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Molson World Downhill 1982 Magazine

The Molson World Downhill (Whistler Mountain, February 27, 1982) magazine.
Table of Contents:
2 Canadian Alpine Ski Team
3 Premier's Message
4 Mr. Eric Molson's Message, Dr. Peter Andrew's Message
6 Acknowledgements
8 Organizing Committee, World Cup Rules, Schedule of Events
10-11 World Cup to Date
13 Competitors Picture Page
15 Ken Read Story, "This is Whistler" Section
18 The Course
20 1981 Final World Cup Standings
22 Skiing for Medals, National Team Coach John Ritchie
26 The Competitors
28 Race Results Chart
28 How to Watch the Race

Includes information on the story of the World Cup Race, the World Cup rules, the Schedule of Events, past World Cup results, the top competitors, an article on the resort town of Whistler, and article on downhill skiing by Ken Read, map of the course, an article about Molson skiing and information about how and where to watch the race.

Week of November 18, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to broken road; cleaning; driving; police; dinner; mountain views; car accidents; restaurant; drinking; construction
Appears in November 17, 1981 issue:
02-197-61. Pg. 1. Caption: [left] Looking good big old Softie...
02-197-64. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] ...and you too, Blackcomb with your new coats of snow.
02-197-20. Pg. 3. Caption: Oops -- didn't think that telephone pole looked like that last night. This one took a nose-dive in the early morning hours of Saturday, November 14, knocking out power in the southern part of the municipality for several hours. B.C. Hydro said that the rain-soaked earth was at the root of the problem.
02-197-86. Pg. 4. Caption: Dept.of Highways worker stands on one of the 44,000 lb. concrete beams that will make up the base of the Bridge at River of Golden Dreams.
02-197-47. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Chris Speedie, Whistler Cay.
02-197-46. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Rita Knudsen, St. Anton's Village
02-197-43. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Murray R. Dawson, Alpine '68.
02-197-45. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Kevin Rose, Nesters Road.
02-197-49. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Iole De Carlo, Emerald Estates.
02-197-48. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Rocco, Alta Vista.
02-197-14. Pg. 11. Caption: It was the last breakfast -- a fitting occasion for Jan Systad to serve son Christopher. Champagne poured with the orange juice as friends bid farewell to the five-year tradition of the Cookhouse.
02-197-36. Pg. 12. Caption: Back to offer you Chinese culinary delights, one Edmond Wong and crew of the Alta Lake Inn. (l to r) Law, Tse, Kwang -- your cooks; Gilbert, president; Peni, waitress; Edmond; and Jeannie, waitress.
02-197-80. Pg. 13. Caption: John and Kris Robinson with Bernie and Donna Hauschka at the re-opening of Beau's.
02-197-25. Pg. 14. Caption: Al Raine displays his broadjumping skills for sons Charlie and Willie, an unidentified family friend and the family dog.
02-197-101. Pg. 15. Caption: [top] Oh happy days -- frosted slopes and free season's passes from each mountain. Roland Kentel (left), president of Whistler Athletic Society, was pleased to present Rod MacLeod with a pass to Whistler and Cheryl Devine with one to Blackcomb for their top efforts in raising money for the Terry Fox Marathon of Hope, Rod raise $1,260 and Cheryl raised $1,134.
02-197-28. Pg. 15. Caption: [bottom] Constable Gordon A. Sims has just joined the Whistler Detachment after 6 1/2 years in North Vancouver.
02-197-39. Pg. 19. Caption: Treasurer Gary Raymond plays at the keyboard of the municipality's new $60,000 Basic MAI system 210 computer. The system is capable of printing 150 lines per minute and storing up to 14 million characters. Tax accountant Kathy Hicks and MAI system analyst Gene Wong look on.
02-197-7-8. Pg. 20. Caption: Aftermath of recent flooding. Lost Lake Trail cut in two by raging water at Beaver Dam tree.

Week of July 19, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to housing interiors; construction; outdoor patio; Al Raine; Chamber info book; Blackcomb summer operations; chairlift; gondola; mountain views; bridge; Wedgemount; Garibaldi Provincial Park; Camp Rainshine
Appears in July 22, 1982 issue:
02-277-145. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Twelve months later, window washers shine up the building for its July 23rd opening.
02-277-150. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Workers repair damage done to the Lillooet bridge, which received unwanted alterations Tuesday from a truck too tall for a bridge too small.
02-277-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Debbie Cliffe, Whistler's new postmistress, has a smiled that would send any mail happily on its way. Cliff was formerly the assistant postmistress in Field, B.C. She has been handling her Majesty's Royal Mail since 1975.
02-277-139. Pg. 5. Caption: Halt! A barrier blocks the drive of an Alpine Meadows residence after ditching crew passed by.
02-277-144. Pg. 7. Caption: Hanging high, window washers polish up the Delta Mountain Inn for its July 23rd opening.
02-277-35. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] Executive Chef David Hammonds readies his kitchen in preparation for the opening of Twigs, the casually elegant new restaurant in Delta Mountain Inn. Hammond, received his trainging in England, has had the opportunity to serve royalty, including Queen Elizabeth.
02-277-73. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom left] Not sculpture, but the art deco upholstered chairs in Twigs' holding bar, a spider-like perspective of a chandelier and and eight-armed oak hanger ready to hold your coat.
02-277-79. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom middle] See caption above
02-277-66. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom right] See Caption above.
02-277-147. Pg. 10. Caption: Rotarians enjoy their Bravery Luncheon July 16. They were guests of Delta Mountain Inn, which was giving its Twigs Restaurant staff a taste of the dining room in action.
02-277-57. Pg. 11. Caption: Whistlerites enjoy some of the gourmet treats served by the Gourmet, which recently completed its patio eating area outside in the Rainbow building in Sunshine Place.
02-277-55. Pg. 12. Caption: [left] Lance Fletcher, Co-owner of Stoney's, Fitzsimmons Building.
02-277-49. Pg. 12. Caption: [middle] Keith Inkster, Manager Blackcomb Lodge, Blackcomb Lodge.
02-277-47. Pg. 12. Caption: [right] Don Beverley, Public servant, Alpine Meadows.
02-277-132. Pg. 14. Caption: Virginia Meachin enjoys an early morning cup of java with two hikers who joined her Saturday hike down Whistler Mountain.
02-277-136. Pg. 18. Caption: Fresh off the assembly line is the Municipality's 4x4 multi-purpose truck. Among other chores the vehicle will tackle the job of plotting Whistler streets this winter.

Week of September 13, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to pouring cement; baseball; firefighters; construction; drinking; Brummet modelling t-shirt; portraits; Birthday party; Whistler Conference Centre
Appears in September 13, 1984 issue:
02-417-B-17. Pg. 1. Caption: [top left] John Johnston, deputy minister, Lands, Parks and Housing.
02-417-A-2. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Sunday morning the Whistler fire dept. cut a hole in a burning Alpine Meadows house, attempting to release combustible gas.
02-417-A-32. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom left] WLC director Wendy MacDonald shared the story of her successful career Sept. 7 with Women of Whistler, a group established for professional and business women in the community. MacDonald is president of B.C. Bearing Engineers Ltd. and was recently named Canadian Businesswoman of the Year.
02-417-C-3. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Conference Centre worker Helene Patenaude was de-shingling its roof Monday, while elsewhere dormers were in the first stages of construction. See Conference Centre special report, page 12.
02-417-A-10. Pg. 7. Caption: Dr. Peter Oberlander, winner of the Rotary Club of Whistler lottery for a lifetime dual mountain pass, was presented his prize Friday by Lorne Borgal, president of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, and Hugh Smythe, president of Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises. Oberlander, a University of British Columbia professor and director of human settlement for the United Nations, spoke to Rotarians at their weekly luncheon, on his own experiences in this area since he first visited Diamond Head at Easter, 1950. Oberlander recalled the trip by water to Britannia Beach from Horseshoe Bay, and from Britannia to Sqaumish by jeep. In the 1960's, Oberlander assisted Keg owner George Tidal in laying out his restaurant on Alta Lake. Later, Oberlander helped plan what was to be the Olympic townsite, and has since then been a frequent and enthusiastic weekender here. Winning the lifetime pass, he said, is "in many ways a crowning achievement" to his three decade-long familiarity with the area.
02-417-A-5. Pg. 8. Caption: Umpire Jerry Kazman keeps a close eye on all plays as Team Gangrene outfielder hits a long drive to left field in the Longhorn slo-pitch tournament Sunday.
02-417-B-12. Pg. 9. Caption: Whistler residents Lee MacLaurin and Ian Mounsey were wed Saturday in a ceremony at Tyrol Lodge. Lee is the daughter of Isobel and Don MacLaurin of Whistler, and Ian is the son of Ken and Sylvia Mounsey of Galiano Island. Best man at the wedding was Jim Lang, while Lee's sisters Sue and Jill were bridesmaids. Marriage Commissioner Joan Hinds of Squamish performed the ceremony and guests at the Tyrol Lodge reception were treated to a topographic wedding cake sculpted in the form of Whistler Mountain and decorated with a pair of "ski-niks" and candy trees. Lee started a family tradition by wearing the same dress mother Isobel wore at her wedding 26 years ago.
02-417-B-24. Pg. 12. Caption: Tony Brummet, Land, Parks and Housing minister, officially opened the Black Tusk Village subdivision Saturday. The 94 strata-lot subdivision was built to provide a new home for former residents of Garibaldi, which in 1981 was declared hazardous because of the Barrier, a rock face nearby. Brute, centre, was assisted by LPH regional director Al Rhodes, left, and Nelson Bastien, chairman of the Garibaldi Ratepayers' Association.
02-417-D-9. Pg. 17. Caption: The summer students hired by Whistler Resort Association said goodbye last week following a season-long series of performances in Whistler Village. (From left to right) Rob McQuaid, Mike McQuaid, Karen Overgaard and Rick Johnson were four of the university and community college students who helped create a festive atmosphere in the village this summer. WRA summer students who were absent include Kimberley Paulley, David Lyford, Paul Ciechanowski, Kristine Keil and Susan Mathew.
02-417-D-15. [Around the table from left to right: Pat Hocking, Jane Burrows, unknown, Pauline Wiebe, Ray Wiebe, unknown, unknown, Glenda Bartosh, unknown, Paul Burrows, and Ken Pope]
02-417-D-016. [From left to right: Sue Neilson, unknown, Tim [?] (chef at Araxi), Pauline Wiebe, and Ray Wiebe]

The Magazine

A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village.

Sunday February 21, 1982 Page 3

A full page article from The Magazine newspaper on Sunday, February 21, 1982 on page three. The article is entitled "Now here's the $24- million question: Will the world be wowed by Whistler?" The article previews the World Cup Downhill race featuring the Crazy Canucks, the promotion of Whistler as a world class resort, and the real estate development taking place in Whistler Village..

Whistler Village Report, Issue Number Two, December 1978 + duplicate

The Whistler Village Report published by Whistler Village from December 1978. Articles are entitled: "Where We've Been ... and Where We're Going," "Joint Government Agreement Gives Whistler $9 Million," "Blackcomb Mountain Development Begins," "Snow Unseasonably Slow at Whistler," "Developments Proceed With Set Schedule," and "New Council Sworn In."

The articles are about the subjects of the history of Whistler as a resort town and the building of Whistler Village, the Whistler Village log, a 9 million dollar grant from the federal and provincial governments for resort development and town planning, the development of Blackcomb Mountain, the unseasonably slow snow, the seasonal schedule for development in Whistler and the new council for the Resort Municipality of Whistler being sworn in.

1 Duplicate.

Week of May 8, 1980

Photographs including but not limited to Fire Hall; RCMP; Pat Carleton; town planning; Construction; village planning
02-117-22. Pg. 1. Caption: Crowds and officials bask in the sun shine during Mayor Carleton's address at the Public Safety Building. Left to right Sgt. Stan Nowicki, RCMP, Cpl. Hurt, RCMP (finance); Tom Robertson, RCMP; Mr. Ayers, B.C. Ambulance Service; Lindsay Wilson, Whistler Fire Chief; Assistant Commissioner RCMP 'E' district, Hank Jensen, RCMP; Mayor Carleton; Larry Bell, Deputy Minister of Lands, Parks and Housing; Cpl. Neal Davidge, RCMP; Const. A.J. Rybka, RCMP.
02-117-51. Pg. 3. Caption: Pumps are at work in these vertical culverts to keep the water table down at the site of the Resort Centre excavation during the spring runoff.
02-117-31. Pg. 4. Caption: Cpl. Neal Davidge, RCMP Whistler receives a small plaque for RCMP's rack commemorating the opening of the Public Safety Building from Mayor Pat Carleton. RCMP's staff Sgt. Stan Nowicki and Cpl. Hurt look on.
02-117-53. Pg. 5. Caption: Stefan Ples, long-time resident of Whistler, receives lifetime passed from Garibaldi Lifts President Franz Wilhelmsen in recognition of his long involvement with Whistler.
02-117-48. Pg. 7. Caption: Lonely toilet stands ready to serve Parcel 16, not 15 as shown, in the Town Centre. See centre spread for more Town Centre news.
02-117-2. Pg. 9. Caption: The Bears have returned to the dumps! Yearlings are quickly learning the ins and outs of the new bins and lend a helping paw to the crows everyday in the Rubbish-spreading department.
02-117-15, 14, 13. Pg. 10-11. Caption: Mountainside Lodge, Package 16, Inn at the Keg.
02-117-55. Pg. 14. Caption: B.J. Cooper and Pauline LePatourel of the Whistler Question staff kick-off the Pitch-In clean-up campaign for Whistler.
02-117-11. Pg. [20] or back cover. Caption: Construction City 1980. Piledriver towers over Resort Centre at town centre site as spring-summer construction picks up pace. Workers began flooding into the Valley this week as new town centre packages began.

Week of March 24, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to Nancy Greene; Al Raine; musician; Pemberton school sports; construction; Whistler Resort & Club
Appears in March 26, 1981 issue:
02-131-9. Pg. 14. Caption: Junior paddlers practice in the course on the Cheakamus River.
02-131-25. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] The Senior Boys Basketball team that participated in the Howe Sound Zone Finals. (back row l to r) Coach Detlef Rudolph, Curtis Smith, Barry Dan, Archie Wallace, Boby Wallace, Jerome Dan. (front row l to r) Garry Edmonds, Roberts Ritchie, Carl Smith.
02-131-32. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] The senior girls Gasketball team that competed in the Provincial Championships at Revelstoke. (back row l to r) Andrea Ross, Pam Spencer, Kathy Zurcher, Shirley LeBlanc, Patti Perkins. (front row l to r) Aleta Ross, Vicki John, Bernice Gilmore, Coach Sue Thiessen.
02-131-20. Pg. 19. Caption: Mrs. Myrtle Philip, assisted by Roberta Carson, proudly displays the band-drawn quilt presented to her by the Myrtle Philip School students on the occasion of her 90th birthday. (Story on page 8).

Whistler Village Report

The articles are about the subjects of the history of Whistler as a resort town and the building of Whistler Village, the Whistler Village log, a 9 million dollar grant from the federal and provincial governments for resort development and town planning, the development of Blackcomb Mountain, the unseasonably slow snow, the seasonal schedule for development in Whistler and the new council for the Resort Municipality of Whistler being sworn in.