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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD Saturday, Novcmbnr 14, 1970 a kick out of east ALL 15 NOT SO COZY ANYMORE Chicago Black Hawk hockey star Bobby Hul pictured with his wife, Joanne, in Is being sued by her on the grounds of physical cruelty. ___________________________ Trail Nelson by one point Dynamiters move By THE CANADIAN PRESS Kimbsrley Dynamiters lived up to their name Friday night as they exploded for a 7-4 vic- tory over front running Nelson Maple Leafs to move to within one point of: first place in the Western International H o c key League. Elsewhere in (lie league, goaltender Danny Sull i v a n blocked 47 shots as Cranbropk Royals salvaged a 2-2 lie with Trail Smoke Eaters. In Cul- gary, Spokane Jets of the W.I.H.L. ran into trouble with the Stampeders and dropped ail 8 1 decision to the Alberta Hockey League club. Terry Robitaille, Don White, Dale McBain, Wally Soutcr, Adrien Blaise, dcfeneeman Bill Stinson and Dick Vincent scor- ed for the Dynamiters, playing before a hometown crowd of Tom Foxcrofl, with two goals, Peter Vipond and Hugh Hooker were the only Nelson players to beat Kinibertey goalie Ed Babiuk. The Dynamiters shelled Maple Leaf netminder Duffy Ricliardsoii dies Friday WrUAMSPORT, Pa. fAF) Thomas H. Richardson, 75, long-time president of base- ball's Eastern League and for- mer president of the Interna- tional League, died Friday. Richardson had been president of tha Eastern League since 1937, except for a six-year pe- riod in the 1960s when he was head of the International League. Richardson was I he guest speaker at last year's Lelh- bridge Kinsmen Sportsman's Dinner. He had heen invited to the dinner a year earlier but suffered a severe heart attack and was unable to attend. IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZi 9 HEATER BATTIRY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FAIL TUNE-UP IS A MUSTS Better I Should Go To El RANCHO TEXACO Tod a y! Rancho Ernie Says DONT SUFFER AlONC- WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAY! 6lh AVE., M.M. DRIVt Service PHONE 327-5406 Lewis with 47 shots in the rout In Trail, Sullivan was helped by goals from Ken Hicks and defenceman Gaiy Kilpatrick, recently reinstated as an ama- teur after several seasons with Seattle Totems of the Western Hockey League. J i m Benzelock and John Thompson scored for the Smoke Eaters, in last place two points behind the Royals. George Hill turned in his second straight three goal night for the Stampeders before Calgary fans. Wally Kozak added two goals and Brian Dickie, Don Thiessen and Ron Houston got the others. Ken Gustafsson was the lone Spokane sniper. The victory moved the Stam- petlers to within two poinls of AHL leaders Edmonton Mon- arclis, who have two games in hand. FATAL CURVE WATERLOO, Ont. (CPJ Douglas Shuh, 24, former cap- tain of the University of Water- loo football team, was killed early today w hen the car in which he was riding went off the road on a curve and hit hydro pole. Hy Al. JlcNEIL MONTHKAL Pittsburgh 3 California 4 ALBERTA JUNIOR 9 Red Deer 8 Calgary B Edm. Leafs As Edffi. Movers 2 WESTERN CANADA Essiern Division W L 12 L T a s Estevan Flin Fion Winnipeg Regina f M Brandon 5 10 Western Division Edmsiton 12 4 5 Swiff Current 6 9 Medicfrie Hst 690 sasKaioon 5 11 o 10 31 28 39 27 13 46 36 17 47 5fl U 41 49 10 23 60 7 33 49 50 31 20 31 22 13 32 33 16 35 10 F A Ffe 95 47 2! 72 43 20 61 W .W A3 33 63 8 r A fts 65 43 24 5! 40 17 71 H 15 84 54 35 47 dl 17 55 59 13 56 76 12 49 73 HOCKEY SCORES Juffslo i California 2 American Baltimore 6 Montreal 1 Providence 4 Rochester 2 Western San Diego 2 Denver 2 Phoenix 4 Salt Lake dry 2 central Omaha 4 Amarlllo 4 Oklahoma Cily 5 Forf Worth Kansas City 4 Tuisa 4 Eastern New Jersey 8 Syracuse 4 Johnstown 7 Long Island 1 Charlotte 11 Greensboro 1 internaltonat Muskegon 3 Toledo 1 DCS Moines 3 Fort Wayne 3 Alberts Senior Calgary fi Spokane W1HL 1 Junior Bor.lface JO West Dauphin I Western Canada Saskatoon 6 Calgary 3 Flin Flon 7 Winnipeg 6 Regina 4 Swiff Curren! I Edmonton S Estevsn 4 Western iofernalionaf Trail 2 Cranbrcok 2 Kimbsrley 7 Nelson 4 B.C. Junior Vancouver 4 Kamloops 2 Penfitlon 6 New Westminster I Veroan 6 Kelowna, 3 WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, NOV, 16 NORTH AMERICAN TITLE AT STAKEI ABDUUAH THE BUTCHER vs SWEET DADDY S1KI CHRISTY BROS, vi SWEOTAN and PEUH BABIC VI HAYES ploi 2 bio houli Admission Box Offico opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTtING on CJl-HTV HOT DEALS ON PRICED FROM WINTER TIRES 14-20 6.50x13 ELRICH TIKE LID COMPLETE TIRE SALfS SERVICE m Irt ioiHh 357-4445 ;