Utah Ski Archive 93-94 Highlights; 1993 Ski Affair; The Utah Ski Archives Hosts ISHA; Utah's Ski Review for 1938; New Additions to the Archive's Collection

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Title Utah Ski Archives Newsletter: 1994 (Autumn), no. 5
Creator Friends of the Ski Archives
Subject Skis and Skiing--Periodicals; Skiing--Utah--History
Description The Utah Ski and Snowboard Archives is one of the most comprehensive collections in the entire country for research into the history and development of Utah's prospering winter sports industry. The archives document the history of ski competition on local, national, and international levels; the founding of major resorts; snow safety and avalanche control; ski equipment; ski instruction; freestyle skiing; the 10th Mountain Division; back-country skiing; and virtually every facet of winter sports in Utah and the surrounding region. The archives are the repository for the Salt Lake Winter Olympics Games Bid Committee records and the records of the 2002 games themselves.
Table of Contents Ski Affair '94 Has Olympic Ring; Nick Badami's Impact Wins Quinney Award; Rampton, Gallivan, Jack, Welch to Receive Ski Archives Honors; Salt Lake Olympic Bids at a Glance; Tales from the Archives; Utah Ski Archive 93-94 Highlights
Publisher University of Utah Marriott Library Ski Archives Program
Contributors Korologos, Mike; Thompson, Gregory C. (Gregory Coyne), 1943-
Date 1994-10
Type Image
Format application/pdf
Identifier fall_1994_no5.xml
Source Accn 1086
Language eng
Relation Is part of: Utah Ski Archives
Is Part of Ski Archive
Rights Management University of Utah, Copyright 2001
Source Physical Dimensions 22 cm x 28 cm
Coverage Temporal Fall, 1994
Newsletter Date Utah Ski Archives Newsletter, Fall 1994, No. 5
Scanning Technician Karen Edge
Metadata Cataloger Karen Edge; Clifton Brooks; Chris Anderson
ARK ark:/87278/s6bc3xwc
Setname uum_usan
Date Created 2002-01-08
Date Modified 2015-12-11
ID 190215
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6bc3xwc

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Title Utah Ski Archive 93-94 Highlights; 1993 Ski Affair; The Utah Ski Archives Hosts ISHA; Utah's Ski Review for 1938; New Additions to the Archive's Collection
Creator Friends of the Ski Archives
Description UTAH SKI ARCHIVE 93-94 HIGHLIGHTS 1993 SKI AFFAIR In October of 1993, the Utah Ski Archives successfully held its third annual Ski Affair at the Red Lion Hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City. An event that saw over 400 in atten- dance to honor early ski area developers of the Inter-mountain Region. Those receiving spe- cial recognition from the ski archives includ- ed: Janet Lawson, Zane Doyle, Ann Holding- Peterson, Ray Stewart, Phil Jones, Neil Rafferty, and Luella Seeholzer THE UTAH SKI ARCHIVES HOSTS ISHA During the week of April 4-9, Park City was the site of the third annual gathering of the 1938 z4fahk PREMIER 2s-L ",ah S,.,. Champion. DownhIll-Dave Qumney. Utah State Champion. Slalom-Field Olsen. Utah S,.,e In~srmadinla Doanhill-Paul Schenk. Jr. "lab State IntarmeLate Sl.&m-Max Mower. State Slalom Champion. Under IS-Lester Dorney. Slors Jumpmq Champioluhip, Class El-Emor Fredbo. State lumpins Chmnpion. Class B-Gordon Wrenn. Stale Jumping Champion. Class C-Jack Mechom. Jvnior Bwe Jumping Champions: Class R-Dan Howell. Clms &Don W~lhams. Class C-Jim Nell. Clms D-Jack Reddish. Girls' Jumping ChampIon-Ruth Erud Lewt. Td.Sme Chmnpions (William M. Jefbn tmphy.J Utah team. composed of Rlt Engen. Dcwe Qumney. Dick K,mbo,l, Jimmy Howell, Ed Critchlow and Mike O'Nelll. Individual Jump Wimmr In Willlam hf. Jeffan Compatftion- Flu Engen. Slalom Winner In Jsttsn Trophy Competition-Kaore Engen. Rlr,ine Ski Club f. I. S. Open Downhill--Roland Cossmun. Rlpine Skf Club F. l. S. O& Slalom-Roland Cossman. Rlpine Ski Club Clols B DownhiS-Reid Olsen. Rlpme Skt Club Class B Slalom-Dave Qumney. Rlprns Ski Club Chas B Combiisd-Reid Olsen. Rlpine Ski Club Women'. Downhill-Mawne Nzlson. RIpma Ski Club Women's Slalom-Mm Jane Kunball. RIpme Ski Club Women's Combin&iion--Mrs. Jane Kunbclll. S,Iver Sk,= Champion, Class B-D,ck K,mball. Sdver Skis Champion, Class G-Phil Selheldel. Silver Skis Champmn, Class D-Willnm Christensen. Silver Skis Woman'~ Champion-Mrs. Jane Knnball. Silver Skis Women's Novice Chompion-Isabel Cntchlow. Wasatch Mountain Club "Pocket Lnnglauf" Chmnplon-Bill KCfmp. Utah Ski Club Giant Skdam. Chss R-Elf Enqen Class &R,ck Relser. Clmns CMorty McMinn. Senior Class-Fred Speyer. &iadhx... After Skiing by bathing in hvo large indoor swimming pools, tilled with health-givtng worm mineral sprlnq PRTRONIZE YOUR OWN BUSINESS BY SWJMMJNG RT Wasatch Springs Plunge 850 No. 2nd West Was. 1732 CLEAN - MODERN - SUPERVISED International Skiing History Association. Representatives of the Utah Ski Archives ac- tively participated in many of the weeks ac- tivities and hosted an informative and enter- taining evening for ISHA Associates. Skiing Equipment - Reviewing AMERICRN SKI RNNUAL - 1938-39 Ofkid Tern Book of the Nc,"ona, Ski AssaclaUon , :, . . Nothome, L. Goodrich. Editor-in-chlet. Pubhshed by Stephen Doye Press. . Brottleboro. Vermont . $1.00 Rl lost. here's Bible tar 011 skiing enlhuslasts. Rssidiously compiled by a corps of experts, the Rmencon Skl Annual. published by the Stephen Daye Press, represents the most comprehensive skiing literature and doto. Generously Illustmted, the annual also depicts occom- phshments of all ski organizations throughout the Umted States. Conado and Rlaska. Its 300 odd pages are crammed with valuable lntonno- Ilon regarding ski techniques. reviews of outstandins inter- notional, national and regional tournaments. A feature at the publication Is charting the ski ureas In the United States. Large-scale mops depicts favorable skiing sites. how to reach them via all modes of lr(msporhtion and types of winter sports tealured. Skisrs-be they novices or experts-will thoroughly de- llqht in sconnlng the varied chapters devoted to perlinen, notes reqmding competition and qualiflcc,tions. Of interest to Utah ski enlhusiasts, are several sections espe:iolly devoted lo the attoirs of the Rocky Mountain Ski Rssociotion. of which several local clubs are otfilioles. Ketchum Builders Supply EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER Store: 780 WEST 4th SOUTH WRSRTCK 84 11 THE SKI ARCHIVES BOARD WELCOME TWO NEW MEMBERS IN 1994 The Utah Ski Archives welcomes as new members of the advisory board, Mark Menlove, recently named executive director of the Utah Ski Association and Ski Utah. Mark was formerly the communications di- rector for Park City Ski Area. The Advisory Board also welcomes as a new member John Hoagland, Winter Sports and Resort Specialist for the Inter-mountain Region of the USDA Forest Service. Both these new members bring to the board a great deal of expertise and experience that will be of value in furthering the mission of the Utah Ski Archives. DRVE QUINNEY 1" some spa* ydh becomes fntsrsstsd. ,I, other. enthused: but in skiing lhep skim UIN tiese sbgss UghUy and quickly become addicts. Bronzed Dow Pub. ney, president 01 Um Unirerslty of Utah s!d club and 1938 Utnh stmte downhI &am- pion, typifies Le Iypa of lunlor `skiers who me rapidly forging lo ihe fore in gafnbvd neiond rep"hlio... Dare, who also sl&ms eou.ageously and akiUfuUy. Bn- ishsd second in the 1939 slalom. held J~uary 9 at Ccdlfn~' gulch, finfshing 510 second8 behind Reid Ohen. MC LOTS Ski club rider, who emptumd the event. Skfinq-"King of Winter Sports"-made sensationa! head- way in Utah during 1938. R fufl compeUUva schedule enticed hundreds of skiers during the winter months. Rttendcmca records, due to lhs ceoperollon of forest service and country rwd commisdon who dimcled in clearing the roads. increased rsry considerably. Ssrsral new clubs apmng up and the 9snsral public became more enthusiastic about Uloh's unsurpassed skiig facilities. On the opposile page is Ustad all of the recognized leaders in the Utah ski world. compiled through the Cooper- aticm of au Ihe ski organircdions in Ihe nhle. NEW ADDITIONS TO THE ARCHIVE'S COLLECTION The collections of the Utah Ski Archives continues to grow. This year's film collection can boast the additions of Bob Smith who made Utah Ski promotional films in the early 1970's. There were 12 films donated. There is also footage from 1939 of Alf and Corey Engen making an inaugural jump from Snow Basin's Becker Hill, donated by Jack Becker. The two famed Engen Brothers threw roses over their shoulders as they sprung skyward from the jump. Another valuable piece that has been added to our video collection this year features a three hour interview with Alf Engen. The interview was conducted by Larry Warren and taped at Bear Hollow, site of the Alf Engen Ski Museum. The Archive's collection of photographs continues to grow as well. Donated by Catherine Strong is a scrapbook kept by Mrs. Strong's relatives of the Brighton area during the 1920's, and 1930's. The scrapbook is a great pictorial history of many aspects of the Brighton area. Ted Major, founder of the Teton Science School, and an early Alta Skier has also do- nated many early photographs of that area. The many photos, films, and documents that continue to be donated to the archives con- tribute a great deal to our mission of docu- menting Utah's illustrious ski history. Do you work for one of these com- panies? If you do, you can double, or even triple, the dollar value of your donation. Please check with your company's personnel and community affairs department and obtain the matching gift form. Thank You. American Airlines American Express Amoco Oil co. ASK FOR . . . DEMAND The Famous Honeywell IBM K-Mart / Lund Skis and LUND SKI EQUIPMENT From Your Local Sporting Goods Dealer ""di","`The al&&e BOh fi PCUfStdIO cHardware (30.1~~~ WHOLESRLE EXCLUSIVELY ARC0 Asarco Inc. B.P. Minerals America Beatrice companies Boise Cascade Corp. Bonneville International Carter Hawley Hales Chase Manhattan Chevron Citibank Digital Equip<descri>UTAH SKI ARCHIVE 93-94 HIGHLIGHTS 1993 SKI AFFAIR In October of 1993, the Utah Ski Archives successfully held its third annual Ski Affair at the Red Lion Hotel in Downtown Salt Lake City. An event that saw over 400 in atten- dance to honor early ski area developers of the Inter-mountain Region. Those receiving spe- cial recognition from the ski archives includ- ed: Janet Lawson, Zane Doyle, Ann Holding- Peterson, Ray Stewart, Phil Jones, Neil Rafferty, and Luella Seeholzer THE UTAH SKI ARCHIVES HOSTS ISHA During the week of April 4-9, Park City was the site of the third annual gathering of the 1938 z4fahk PREMIER 2s-L ",ah S,.,. Champion. DownhIll-Dave Qumney. Utah State Champion. Slalom-Field Olsen. Utah S,.,e In~srmadinla Doanhill-Paul Schenk. Jr. "lab State IntarmeLate Sl.&m-Max Mower. State Slalom Champion. Under IS-Lester Dorney. Slors Jumpmq Champioluhip, Class El-Emor Fredbo. State lumpins Chmnpion. Class B-Gordon Wrenn. Stale Jumping Ch
Publisher University of Utah Marriott Library Ski Archives Program
Contributors Korologos, Mike; Thompson, Gregory C. (Gregory Coyne), 1943-
Format application/pdf
Identifier utah_ski1.jpg
Source Accn 1086
Relation Is part of: Utah Ski Archives
Rights Management University of Utah, Copyright 2001
Source Physical Dimensions 22 cm x 28 cm
Coverage Temporal Fall, 1994
Newsletter Date Utah Ski Archives Newsletter, Fall 1994, No. 5; Page 5
Scanning Technician Karen Edge
Metadata Cataloger Karen Edge; Clifton Brooks
Setname uum_usan
Date Created 2005-03-16
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 190142
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6bc3xwc/190142