A snow sculpture depicts Santa stuck upside-down in a chimney.
Courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections, UAP 2, F271

This entry to the 1969 Winter Carnival snow sculpture challenge elicited smiles from campus passersby. The annual event also included winter sports competitions, the election of a Snow Queen and King, and, of course, dances.

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