Malcolm McLane  (deceased)

Year Inducted: 1973

 Date and place of birth:  October 3, 1924, Manchester, NH

Date and place of death: February 2, 2008, Hanover, NH

Malcom McLane was an excellent collegiate skier who used his considerable legal skills in the committee rooms of the sport. A graduate of Dartmouth College he skied on the Dartmouth Ski Team for three seasons from 1946 to 1948.  A Rhodes Scholar he studied at Oxford and skied on its ski team in Europe.  Returning to complete his law degree and set up a law practice he volunteered in many capacities to the benefit of the sport.  He was a ski official at the Squaw Valley Winter Olympics in 1960 and at many FIS competitions as well.  He was a director of the US Eastern Amateur Ski Association from 1953 to 1963 and the National Ski Association from1958 to 1962.  He served on the US Olympic Committee from 1964 to 1973.  The NSA awarded him its highest volunteer honor, the Julius Blegen Award, in 1960.     


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