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Week of March 8, 1984
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March 8, 1984 (Creation)
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182 photographs : b&w negatives ; 3.5 x 2.5 cm and 35mm
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Photographs including but not limited to Miss Whistler awards; portraits; putting up an event tent; Greg Lee; receiving a trophy; Image Makers; singing; band playing; acting in costume; dancing with balloons; clowns; skiing medal ceremonies; car accident; typewriters; Freestyle skiing; paragliding; Molson World Downhill Championship; Pepsi Challenge; Miss Winterfest contest
Appears in March 8, 1984 issue:
02-362-137. Pg. 11. Caption: A 1983 Datsun left Highway 99 Friday, landing on its roof and sending the driver to hospital. The car was northbound on a long straightaway north of White Gold. The driver, Wade Knutson of Vancouver, was passing a car when he was forced to drive off the road to avoid an oncoming car. The Datsun flipped twice, through Knutson clear. Nuts was taken to a local doctor and then to a Vancouver hospital. He is in stable but not serious condition. However, Knutson will be charged with passing while unsafe. The car received $4,000 damage.
02-362-140. Pg. 13. Caption: A typewriter graveyard? No, these are just a small part of the many tons of equipment, from pencils to lasers, being used for Molson World Downhill coordination.
02-362-248. Pg. 15. Caption: Despite a full cast on his right leg, local musician Jim Brindley continues turning out the tunes. Blindly and other Whistler virtuosos se the Mountain House a 'shaking' last Tuesday night.
02-362-182. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] About 8,000 skiers visited Blackcomb Mountain during the Volvo Ski Show Saturday and Sunday.
02-362-152. Pg. 19. Caption: The Silver Streak "I party whereof I go"
02-362-76. Pg. 20. Caption: It was a tough choice for judges at Saturday's air band contest. The contest, held at Stumps in conjunction with the Volvo Ski Show, featured four bands. The Energy Pals, a duo, eventually won and took home two pairs of Blizzard skis. In second place were The Superbs followed by the five-member "Culture Club" (above).
02-362-146. Pg. 21. Caption: Christina Platt, Nancy Ford and Gabriella Rozza took home Pepsi Challenge medals Saturday.
02-362-283. Pg. 24. Caption: Ms. Winterfest contestants modelled fashions and hairstyles at Stumps Friday Night in preparation for yesterday's decision and coronation. Barbara Chomos, above, models a pink ski suit from McConkey's.
02-362-031. [From left to right: Trudy Alder and Arv Pellegrin]
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Donated to the museum by the Whistler Question.
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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.