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GRENOBLE, France (1)-The
Tenth Winter Olympic Games
open with their usual pomp and
pageantry today with Gen. Charles
DeGaulle among the 89,000 spec-
The man behind the extra-
vaganza is French movie director
Jacques Valentin, now Minister of
the House of Fine Arts in Paris. }
"It is the only Olympic ceremony
in history planned by a director of
the arts," said one of Valentin's
chief aides. "Every thing has been
handled like a movie production."
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The French president, who will
sit in a specially heated box, will
officially declare the Games open
during an extravaganza that will
see 30.000 perfumed artificial roses
rained on the crowd, parachutists
drop from the sky and a blast of
spectacular fireworks after lighting
of the traditional flame.
A swirling snowstorm had halted
training and raised fears Satur-
day, but the weather turned beau-
tiful again Sunday and prospects
are good for clear skies and cold
temperatures. That's what the con-
testants want-and need.
Meanwhile, a series of serious
skiing accidents and a mild epide-
mic of food poisoning hit yester-
day on the eve of the officialj
opening of the games.
The harshest tragedy occurred
on the Alpine trail of Chamrousse,
18 miles east of here, where Robin
Morning of Santa Monica, Calif.
broke her right leg in two places!
in a freak accident.
Ron Hebron of Canada, a down-
hill racer, suffered a shoulder in-
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The Name's the Game
THE DISPUTE THREATENING the Olympics centers around
the use of markings identifying the type of skis worn by the
competitors. In the above picture, the two stripes on the tips of
the skis identify a French make, Rossignol.
jury and Wendy Allen of San Pe- bers of the U.S. speed skating
dro, Calif., another U.S. Alpine team-Bill Lanigan of New York,
star, suffered a cut over an eye 16-year-old Dianne Holum of
when she hit a pole during a prac- Northbrook, Ill., and Toy Joan
tice downhill run. Dorgan of Springfield, Ill., were
Miss Morning, rushed to a hos- I forced out of training by stomach
pital by helicopter, is definitely 1upsets believed caused by food
lost for the games. Hebron i poisoning.
doubtful. Miss Allen is expected Top Hope
to be ready to go. Lanigan is America's top hope
Also, at Grenoble, three mem- in the men's 1,500-meter race and
Miss Holum, third in the world's
championship 500, .figured to be
Sp tthe best bet in that event.,
America's biggest hope for med-
al honors rests with -figure skater
rsday Peggy Fleming. The 19-year-old
chigan State. ice darling from Colorado Springs,
day Colo., is rated a cinch to regain
n State. for America the women's figure
irday skating supremacy lost when the
Building, 1:30 p.m. . cream of U.S. talent were killed in
liseum, 5:00 p.m. a tragic airplane accident in Brus-
nts Building, 3:30 p.m. sels.
io State. Miss Fleming, a precise school
ia. skater and dazzling free skater,
a. E Lhas proved to be far ahead of a
at East Lansing. field which includes Tina Noyes
nday of Arlington. Mass., and Janet
consin. Lynn of Rockford, Ill.
GRENOBLE, France (A', - A
dispute over the use of ski trade-
marks flared into a major con-
troversy here yesterday on the
eve of the tenth Winter Olympics.
Count Jean de Beaumont, pres-
ident of the French Olympic
Committee, formally demanded
an immediate emergency session
of the 72-member Internationa
Olympic Committee to discuss
whether Olympic skiers should be
compelled to remove trademarks
from their skis.
IOC President Avery Brundage
. of Chicago earlier had summoned
the 10-member IOC executive
board to a meeting at 9 a.m.
: 3 a.m. EST) today, only a few
hours before the opening of the
Grenoble Winter Olympics, to dis-
cuss the sudden crisis over ski
Brundage objected to a decision
of the International Ski Federa-
tion allowing trademarks to re-
main on skis at least during the
A FIS rule outlawing brand
names on skis has long been ig-
nored. When the IOC reminded
FIS of its own rule, a FIS meeting
promptly decided to suspend the
FIS changed its mind on the is-
sue for the current Olympics aft-
er strong protests from captains
of various teams. A number of
top skiers were reported to have
threatened to boycott the Olym-
pics if the ban were enforced.
Many of the world's top ama-
teur skiers have benefited for
years from the self-interested
generosity of ski manufacturers
-notably in the form of free skis
-without losing their amateur
FIS President Marc Hodler of
Switzerland said the federation
still wants to stop manufacturers'
names appearing on competitors'
skis in future Olympics, but feels
this cannot be done at short no-
tice in the Grenoble games.
Strict application of Olympic
rules would now authorize the
IOC to expel FIS from the Olym-
pic family - leading to cancela-
tion of all ski events at Grenoble
and possibly at future Olympics.
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