Henry S. Woods
Year Inducted: 1966
(No information as to date and place of birth or death.)
Henry "Bem" Woods was a member of the Dartmouth Outing Club. He was the first national champion in the downhill being the winner of the historic race on Mount Mooselauke in New Hampshire in 1933.
A very good four event skier he was named captain of the 1937 U.S. FIS team and competed throughout Europe that year. He eventually became a nationally qualified judge for ski jumping.