Kimberley Dynamiters: 0230.0005

Kimberley Dynamiters
0230.0005

 

KIMBERLEY DYNAMITERS

 

1963 – 1964

 

SAVAGE CUP and B.C. CHAMPIONS

 

Back Row, L to R:  Bill Jones (Coach), Wayne King, Don White, Hugh Hooker,

Vic Petrychko, Les Liley, Reo Touzin, John Manchester, Bill Taylor, Geo Gibson,

Ken McTeer, Doc McIndoe (Trainer), (B. Steenson missing from photo).

 

Front Row, L to R:  Bill Gailamore, Tic Beattie, W. Peacosh, Bob Wardle (Goalie),

Earl Betker (Goalie) W. Sontei, Dick Vincent, Chuck Passmore.

 

0230.0005: Kimberley Dynamiters

Kimberley Dynamiters close up in theKimberley Civic Centre arena, 1963-1964 season. LINK WITH NAME LIST #0230.0344.doc

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1964
Source:  KDHS Box 57;14.3
Collection:  Kimberley District Heritage Society (0230)

Subjects:

Sports arrow Hockey arrow Kimberley Dynamitersarrow
Cities arrow Kimberley arrow Buildings arrow Civic Centrearrow
People arrow Jonesarrow
People arrow Kingarrow
People arrow Wardlearrow
People arrow Whitearrow
People arrow Hookerarrow
People arrow Passmorearrow
People arrow Peacosharrow
People arrow Petrychkoarrow
People arrow Lilleyarrow
People arrow Taylorarrow
People arrow Manchesterarrow
People arrow McIndoearrow
People arrow McTeerarrow
People arrow Gailamorearrow
People arrow Gibsonarrow
People arrow Sonteiarrow
People arrow Steensonarrow
People arrow Beattiearrow
People arrow Betkerarrow
People arrow Vincentarrow

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