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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta March 1971 THE LHH8RIDGE Bucyk reaches SOgoul plateau in romp past Wings Ho burly Bruins continue IAN MaeLAIXE Canadian Prcis Staff Writer Phil Johnny Bucyk UK Boston Bruins stuck to their thing Tuesday night in what was generally a fright night for National Hockey League goal The Bruins rolled up their big gest score of the yeir and became the fifth 50goal man in u 114 drubbing of Detroit Red Louis Blues bombed Montreal Caiu diens Minnesota North Stars rolled 72 over Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Black Hawks rapped Vancouver Canucks 74 The only game tonight has I Pittsburgh Penguins in Oakland against California Golden Boston bombarded Detroit goaltender Roy Edwards with 48 a shoot that yielded Bu cjks 49th and 50th goals of the season and Espositos It was the first time in NHL his tory two members of one team had reached the once inaccessi ble 50goal mark the same Esposito also picked up three Eriurs their ficeit The Bean assists for 1U4 moving Cciilur in thtf season six ahead of teammate Bobbj istcied guala in iuh of Orr in the scoring i tfcice who had closed to within three Louis continued their re during the had one as1 com scoring binge at the sist in the pene of the who had the first The fans was a Detroit i oeaen 10 times tiea Thc Bllies continued the pres Olympia NHL record five m the lo games in throughout firing 44 shots and they were treated to the Louis I George Mori iscn broke a peri sonal 13game scoring slump and Christian Boideleau made it 20 in a 2lshot assault on j Montreal goalie Phil Myre in j opening up a 40 lead before the s I Canadiens could reply with Re jean Houles secondperiod Chicagos rookie Gilles made an impressive NHL facing 46 Vancouver He stopped all but including two by Rosaire Paie The Black Hawks got most of their ofience from Bobby Hull as the Golden let notched his 41st of the season and set up four including two by linemate Chico Clucagos Keith Magnuson collected fouiminutes in penal ties to break the league record for penalties with Howie Young set the mark of 273 min utes with Detroil in Ihe 196263 Minnesota set a club record at Los Angeles with six goals in the first five of them in a span of seven Bill Goldsworthy led the pa rade with two in the firstperiod outburst that saw Kings coach Larry Regan lift starting goalie Denis DeJordy in favor of Jack Morris after the North Stars had moved into 40 lead on Uoldsworthys first Thirty seconds Noiris yielded his first goal and Golds worthys second of the night as the North Stars continued t o storm the Los Angeles fir ing 18 of their 36 shots at tin Kings goal in the first with Detroit coach Doug Barkley and didnt drsss for play in the second or third THAT EtUSIVE PUCK Bostons Mike Wallon and Red Wing defence man Gary Bergman have the same idea as they chase a loose puck in Tuesday nights 114 Bruin romp over Bergman later had words Betsy Clifford violates curfew Ace Canadian skier suspended MONTREAL CP1 of the womens has wanted to retire for las national ski team again the U national of the ithout its most in last has had a lot of prob ember Betsy Clifford I had a long talk with her 2en suspended for the i n the World Cup race at ar of the season for violating said Miss Clifford Anne and she because she to retire I man Ed manager curfew in He said to talk her out of it and e said Tuesday the suspension that she was all fired up iss Clifford was suspended it was put into effect now this had to Uie teams kid has so much talent and Peter said the if she can ever find herself strips him of Henry Cooper LONDON AP Its just 21 and l points decision after 15 ve Henry He 16 years Coopers at Wembley Tuesday it of boxing a the British lan and a sportsman to heavyweight crowd booed the from the old man by a Cooper went straight to B u n e r with congraulations said Hes a fine young Leading Then he announced his He has been at it for 17 vear and has been acclaimed as best British boxer of all vetting in You cant go on for Cooper said as he reached his This was my By THE ASSOCIATED alike seven and Choji I had won I would proba The bigname pitchers went have gone But the ref apidly getting in shape for the tail of he baseball hil Nieki o hurled five good Murata pitches for Japans Lotle Orions and lie stifled California Angels 72 decision went against me and there is no point in continuing including Tony ended up with 64 first home run winning losing 13 and four and faned i e k r whose knuckleball didnt knuckle down to LONG REIGN yielded only one held the British title al h i s stint as without a break for 12 whipped Minnesota Twins Baltimores off was European champion three times and was one of the few boxers to knock Muham winter was Ah down o r 1 d championship now has won 32 of Ms Los Angeles He was held to a draw seven innings in a 30 Bill the Tom Dukes finished liger now fighting out o ISSN other touring L Tokyo lost to won lie title by the nar 62 when the possible four times in the to 71 on the scorecan referee Harrv While Sox and Houston Astros got strong probably got the deci 1 Bradley and two by a furious allflut attac New York Yankees the last He flung him four hits as the clubs at Cooper and landed a twogame visit to of lefts to Ihe was New Yorks eighth that despite had the crowd roar o r c a r m e d Don Wilson worked five scoreless innings and liouslon downed with a superb twofisted assault lhat brought him the 13lh and 14th When Ine fina V i stalled it looked as i Ihc was going to keep his mm run in the top of the and the fans ob Jim Fairey and thought he was the win pulled a double downed Kansas City conceded a lot o Tigers trounced as well as At the RFGULAR AND Mcts 101 behind a j weighm he was 189 pounds in the 1 Burner was 2121 he could be the undisputed orld But Betsy has been up and own in spirit all Unfor unately she was dragging the sst of the team up and down itli her and you can excuse omebody for this sort of thing nly so many I really do hope Betsy comes ack next year but she has to nake the big decision oes she really want to be champion or does she just want to ski for fun I tell you Mie if its the she s better off to John the skiers said in Camp the suspension came as a urprise to He said in an interview Cham agne told him earlier Tuesday hat his daughter would finish he return to school in Ottawa and rejoin the team in he Clifford said last years ilalom wcrld had old him she had not broken any curfew The only night she was not in bed by she was prevented rom returning to the home where she was staying by a sev eninch snowfall and spent the night in a womens Clifford In Ed chair man of the national alpine com mittee said the skiing star had a lot of ups and thinks weve been too tough on her and that were un but weve always worked with her and tried to cope with her BLAMES COACH Miss Cliffords father said theres no doubt in his mind that Franzen doesnt want her with the Theres been no rapport be tween them for three he referring to the length of lime his daughter has been with the He said returning from was coming home j She w as informed of her sus pension in a twominute converj sation with Clifford and was not given an op portunity to explain the alleged curfew Thc real problem was Ihc ab sence of a female chaperone for the womens team and the fact that the team just isnl equipped to handle five girls They wanl her lo win medals all by If this suspension is then I think the Cana dian Ski Association should launch an investigation into why she was to coach Clifford said Betsy is under more pressure than Ihc olhci girls on the twcen panics of an ABA doub leheadcr LOUIS t MONTREAL 1 First Period 1 Morri son 14 Unger 2 St Bordeleau 17 Connelly Penalties Louis bencl served by Bordeleau Lapointi Richard Second Period Hud 7 Bob Plager 4 Rob 10 Arbour 5 V Houle 9 Trem 6 Cameron 1 deleau 17 Penalties Picar Lapointe ird Period Rober il Beliveau 8 Unger 22 Marseille Penalties Robert Connelly major i1 ots on goal by Mi M Louis 21 12 11 DETROIT 4 rst Period McKenzi Stanfield 24 2 Bucyk 4 smith Penalties cond Period Libe Berenson Bo Carleton IS Green Howe 22 Collins Stanfield 21 Espositc 1 9 Charron 9 R Smith 2 Casl 17 Penalties Robitail Esposito Brown Oi r s mrd Period 9 Smil 10 10 Redmond 19 Cc 242 11 Bos to 24 Orr 323 12 E to 62 4 15 13 Carleton J Walton Bosto yk 50 Stanfield Green 16 5 1 Hodce 41 Green Penalties Luc lots on goal by 17 16 154 Uclroit 11 U Mtendance MINNESOTA 7 LOS ANGELES 2 irst Period Moh Droum 2 55 Burns 9 11 3 Harvey 11 P 0 4 06 4 Goldswort Gibbs 5 Mmnesol dsworthy 29 Grant Curtis m duct 4 06 Nanne 6 Grant 12 tis 17 1 econri Period Los Angele nsberry 21 Byers 8 M Goldsworthy 30 ftAohi ant maji 13 26 Third Period 9 Los Angeli ry 22 ByerSt P Thots on goal by V nnesota 18 10 8 L 5 Angeles 7 12 CHICAGO 7 VANCOUVER 4 irst Period Hull AAikita 220 2 Hull 1 Stapleton Van Schmauli 3 Popipl I 57 OShea myr 9 Sehmauiz Maloney nor and misconduct lion IB 27 Second Period 4 Magnu n 3 B Hull 5 26 5 i liement 28 Wilklns 2347 Maki 20 Shmyr 03 Penalties Maqnuson 3 vaki Wilson served by Rizzuto 33 Mikita 12 Jarrett 13 Korflb maior ihnscn 17 06 Third Period 7 Vancouver Tal i 1 12 Ccrrician 5 38 8 Angolti 8 Pin r 9 9 Campbell 16 i Hull 10 07 10 Maki 21 Camptielll 15 06 11 Van Paiement 29 Taylor 4 MaKi Sehmautz 30 03 Shots on goal by I Chicaqo 12 H Vancouver 9 15 Attendance TAKING A REST Heavyweight champion Joe Frazier is resting in a hospitol in but it wasnt hil fight with Muhammad Ali that put him His doctor said it was a round of appearances since the champion ship bout that laid the champion Hes simply tired said the Boxing champ is laid low PHILADELPHIA AP V h a t Muhammad Ali couldnt do in 15 a week of greeting fans and signing auto raphs Joe Frazier The heavyweight champ was idmitted to Lukes hospital ji Philadelphia eight days after he hammered out a unanimous decision over Ali in iladison Square Garden to be come the undisputed weight heavy James Giuffre said Fra zier complained oE tiredness on a visit to the hospital during which the champ showed fight films to children in the Frazier was admitted for at least a week of the doctor after tests revealed he had high blood This is definitely not fight the physician dismissing rumors that Uie champ had suffered serious in juries in his 15round slugfest with The physician said the trouble stemmed from the strenuous schedule of engagements Fra zier has been keeping since he down the heavyweight ganically the doctor TO RETIRE NEW YORK AP Heavy weight champion Joe Frazier has decided to says a copyrighted story printed in to days editions of a Long Island daily Boxing writer Bob Waters wrote that Frazier has decided to heed the pleas of his and his manager Yancey and retire as the undefeated cham Frazier outpointed Mu hammad Ali in their 15round title bout on March nailed Giuffre said he ordered Frazier admitted for further rest and definitive After a 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