- April 12, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to singing; landscapes; interiors; Lakeside Beach; High Hand band; receiving trophies and awards; dancing; weightlifting; band playing; speeches
Appears in April 12, 1984 issue:
02-358-9. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Parts of Mt. Whistler Lodge still stand nearly intact on the shore of Alta Lake. The main building is now on its last foundations but close by are a few old log cabins one part of the fishing lodge, which finally was condemned in the mid-70's after a 30-year career as a popular destination for city dwellers.
02-358-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Iain Harris, President of Air B.C.
02-358-49. Pg. 8. Caption: Will the Real Inspector Hound please stand up? Or at least not fall over when you're run into by a semi-paralyzed invalid from Canada. A lighter moment wheeled into the current Howe Sound Drama Club production featured at Brackendale Art Gallery April 13 and 15.
02-358-68. Pg. 11. Caption: The Pumphouse at Whistler Creek Lodge is the place to be for pumping iron in Whistler. The club, which anyone can join, boasts a wide variety of barbells, dumbbells and more modern exercise machines, such as the one Pierre Taillefer was working out on Sunday. Membership costs $30 a month, with a discount for the six-month membership.
02-358-75. Pg. 15. Caption: Terri Schlingloff of Whistler grabbed a spot on the Women's Freestyle Team over the weekend after taking third place in her specialty at the National Freestyle Championships held at Sunshine Village near Banff. Schlingloff was the top B.C. skier in the events and earned her national team spot in the moguls competition. She placed behind Lucy Barma and Meredith Gardner. Ann Fraser took fourth place. Schlingloff will join the European World Cup tour in December and may have a spot on the Europa Cup tour as well.
02-358-33. Pg. 18. Caption: John Robinson holds the trophy awarded to the Winterhawks by Howe Sound Men's Hockey League President Tom Russell for winning this year's championship. The awards banquet, held in The Chief-tain Hotel in Squamish last Saturday, also saw Winterhawk Brian Ayearst pick up awards for Best Defenceman of the Year and Most Valuable Player in the Playoffs. Rick Rosser, from Triple C, received the High Scorer and Most Valuable Player Award for regular season play. Exporter Garth McCreedy was awarded the Most Sportsmanlike Player while John Hunter's picked put the Most Sportsmanlike Team Award. Triple C also received an award for finishing the season in first place and Exporter Darren Doak picked up the award for Rookie of the Year.
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