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July 1999

Neither war nor a weak economy could keep skiers and riders away in long as the snow was good.
An eqic Zaugga and winter in Connecticut.
The Snow Gods Must Be Crazy. Oh-So-Revealing Sign Of The Times. The Hazy View From Wall Street. Revenge Of The Lynx. Jibbing At St. Mary's. Keeping Up With The Olympic Movement. Short Swings.
Rope-tow tension systems, trailers and alpine slide repair sleds are some great ideas from creative ski resorts.
The devil is in the details regarding helmet indemnification.
The Snow Summit Story 1952-2002 written by Richard Kun. 68 pages of heavily illustrated vintage photos. Forward by Doug Pfeiffer who helped in editing. Available from Snow Summit, Attn: Diane Cartright, P.O. Box 77, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315, $20.00.
With more and more skiers heading out of bounds, rescue demands on areas are rising.
Magic Mountain ski area hopes to increase revenues not only with skier days but wind energy, too.
A quick look at the latest research.
With fatal industrial accidents increasing in recent years, it's time to realize that bad things can, in fact, happen to anyone.
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