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OLYMPIC SKIER SKEETER WERNER NOVEMBER 21, 1955
On our March 14 coverthat year was a smiling, freckle-faced, 18-year-old skier fromSteamboat Springs, Colo., named Wallace (Buddy) Werner.
APPLE PIE IN SUN VALLEY
Brother-Sisteract of Skeeter Werner (left), Jill, Buddy Werner, and Bob Kinmont ( right) headsdown mountain. Bob and Skeeter have also won national junior titles ...
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Cool skiing in sun-baked Alaska
The names that came out of the National Alpine Ski Championships, held for the first time in Alaska, were well known: Werner, Minsch, Ferries and Saubert. But there was also a mountain named Max
SKIER ON A SLOPE TO GLORY
This is a most unusual development in the world of Alpine ski racing, where only Buddy Werner, among all the American men who have tried, ever arrived at a ...
Return of the prodigious native
After five years' racing on the international circuit, Bud Werner comes home to study—and to ski
A SLIPPERY, TRICKY ROAD TO GLORY
The Lauberhorn slalom was run on 600pounds of snow cement—"a race to see who could ski best on rock andgrass," said America's Buddy Werner.
The U.S. has a lively crop of home-grown young skiers who are schussing hard with 1956 in view
IN AND OUT OF A JAM
Then in the 10th starting position came 20-year-old Billy Kidd, a ski hero on the way in, and in the 12th spot Buddy Werner, that wonderful veteran who, sadly, ...