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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HKAID 11 WE FMmS Russians draw in world championships BFRN Suitterland CP isiderablv by the fine goaltendlthe first while the Soviets i uh the I a man short Alexander Martin managed to avoid their first representing the amount of donations received to date from Rupp scores three times against Detroit Penguins still in fight for playoff berth By THE CANADIA NPRESS Jean Beliveau found Wednes day night that pregame cele brations make playing hockey difficult On the other Duane who seldom has had to worry about the attentions of thousands of had his mind on the game and scored three The three goals helped Pitts burgh Penguins to an 82 victory over Detroit Red Wings and re vived the Penguins sum hopes of catching Philadelphia Flyers for a playoff spot in the Na tional Hockey League West Di The suf fered a 53 defeat at the hands of the nervous Beliveau and his Montreal Canadiens team In other Bobby Hull 44th season goal gave Chicago Black Hawks a 21 win over Boston Bruins and the return o Norm Ullman helped Toronto Maple Leafs to a 60 victory over California Golden Jean Beliveau Night in Mont real featured a special 30min ute pregame ceremony in which the team captani was ho ored wtih several presenta including a cheque which goes to the Beli veau fund for underprivileged Beliveau said after the game re was grateful for the attention ut it took his mind off his und grmvs by BERT MACS YOUR CYCLE CENTRE OF THE SOUTH Just Arrived BOYS OR GIRLS CCM SWINGERS Ideal for 3 to 5 years Convertible bar Kick stand Heavy duty air tires Chain guard Streamers Ball bearings throughout and up HIGH RISE BICYCLES 3 or 3 ipeed i Delight Hustlers I Stingrats 1 Eliminators i Mustangs Marauders i Choppers Complete with kick streamers AS IOW AS Over 400 bicycles in stock BERT MACS CYCLE 913 3rd Phone 3273221 Open and till 9 Serving Southern Alberta For Over 35 Years I think for perhaps the first time in my at least one of the very few I had my mind on something else prior to the start of a I found the first period quite hard to Beliveau I felt nervous and But the second period was better and I had found my legs and my as the game went into the late Beliveau set up John Fergu son for a goal in between two goals by Yvan Cournoyer as the Canadiens roared back from a 10 firstperiod At Jean Pronovost scored his 20th of the season and set up two others by Rupp Big evening for Jean MONTREAL CP Jean Beliveau Night was a success in every captain of Mon treal was honored Wednesday night before the National Hockey League game between Montreal and visiting Philadelphia It was a great night for said Beliveau after the won by Montreal I was especially grateful to my teammates for playing so hard to I per they played a bit for me The pregame ceremony lasted some 30 minutes and Beliveau was presented with gifts by his the Flyers and the Canadiens But tha highlight of the cer emonies was the presentation of a cheque to Beli veau for the Jean Beliveau The inscribed on a board about the size of a was brought to Beliveau by three of his former coaches Toe Punch Imlach and Roland who coached him as a While the Canadiens team captain had agreed to accept certain gifts as mementos of the he would not ac cept any a special fund was created in Beuveaus name and all donations to the fund are to be used to aid underpri vileged In a brief speech after the Beliveau thanked the organizers of the event and the contributors to the It is the greatest mark of esteem you could have shown Beliveau told a crowd of Thank you all very much for the work you have put into this Following his Beli veau presented the cheque to three young hockey representing the underprivi leged children of The last few days have been veiy hectic for me and the organizers of the Jean Beliveau he I think for perhaps the first time in my at least for one of the very few I had my mind on something eke prior to the hockey I found the first period quite hard to I felt nerv ous and But the second period was better and I had found my legs and my as the game went into the late Yankees cut two players FORT AP Veterans Mike Mc and Pete both acquired last were cut Wednesday by New York a lefthanded pitcher who broke in with New York Giants in came to the Yankees last season from San Francisco Giants and had a 20 mark in 20 He was M with the Giants in LAST CHANCE Registration LETHBRIDGE MINOR BASEBALL Civic Centre Boxing Room March 27th 9 to 4 REGISTER AND PAY MINOR AND LITTLE LEAGUE SENIOR LITTLE LEAGUE BIG LEAGUE A Parent MUST Accompany Ployer ALSO RETURN ANY UNIFORMS YOU MAY HAVE AT Beliveaus wife EMse and his 13yearold daughter He lene were at his side as re porters interviewed him after the I do hope Jean can get a bit of rest after all said It has really been Premier Eobert Bourassa phoned Jean from Quebec There were many as well as telegrams and flow ers at the Veiy as I but vary Beliveaus home had visitors MONTREAL CP While spectators and hockey personalities were honoring Jean Beliveau at the Montreal Forum Wednesday thieves took advantage of the occasion to break into his sub urban Longueuil Police said first reports in dicated it was a small rob bery with about stolen from the National Hockey League stars The breakin was discov ered by Rita sister inlaw of the Montreal Cana diens who stopped a the Beliveau residence with her husband to freshen up before heading home to Quebec The first indication of breakin was ashatterec basement I dont know what they Proulx bu the safe was broken into anc things were turned upsid the televisioi and things like that dont ap pear to be disturbed but they went through the drawers anc wallets and threw them a over the She said jewellery and cufflinks and things like that were left lying his wife Elise am 13yearold daughter Helen were believed to be celebra ing his special night wit friends when the breakin wa discovered following the Can adiens 53 NHL win ove Philadelphia although the I man short Alexander Martin retaliated for the Russia port the g Second Period 2 Pappln 21 Maloney Penalties Esposlto double minor San derson Koroll Shmyr Tnlrd Period 3 R Hull Boston Chicago Attendance d Keith McCreary as the Pen ums jumped to an early itcCreary made it 40 with hi ond goal early in the thir before Torn Webster gi he Red Wings on the SCOP A minute atfer Webster Rupp got his second of th ght and wrapped up the gam his third in the last minute The 32yearold defenceman w has five goals for the sea on to go with his 26 his est performance yet in three easons with the Pronovost also picked up his st of the season midway trough the third period and Syl pps had four assists for the enguins who have five games eft in which to catch fourth lace six points The Black Hawks putshot the Bruins 3825 at Jim 3appms 21st goal of the season midway through the second pe riod matched a firstperiod mar ter by Bostons Fred lull gave the Hawks their third win of the season against Bos on with his thirdperiod The Bruins won two and tied ne of the season games with he who suffered a hand injury two weeks ago against rejoined the Leaf li eup at Oakland and led To onto with two And rookie centre Darryl Sit out since 16 with a iroken left came back to idd another goal while 3lante and Bernie Parent com bined to score the shutout 3lante stopped 20 shots during the first two periods and took over in the final 20 minute kick out another six Right winger Bon Ellis broke a personal scoring slump tha had stretched back to 13 He got his 23rd goal of the sea son recording its 49t loss of the is dosing in on the league record for de Los Angeles Kings ha the most dismal performance o any club with 52 losses last sea The Leafs move on to mee the Kings in Los Angeles tonigh while Vancouver Canucks via Detroit Red Wings and Minne sota North Stars face the Flyer at Proposal for change defeated PALM A proposal to change the N tional Football League conver sion rule was defeated by th club owners bi enough sentiment for the tw point option surfaced to lea Lamar Hunt of Kansas City Chiefs to predict its eventual The twopoint option allows the team either to kick for a point or pass or run for two points after a touchdown Czechs before a sellout crowd that included hundreds of flag Czech After its evastating victories so far in he the Soviets found lemselves in Uie unusual posi on of having to hustle to catch j CHICAGO BOSTOM p in each period In order to t period i end up with a 33 The who have been 1310 Korar by narrower margins lan the were held cureless until the last period fter Finland scored early in x first off the stick of Veli With less than iiree minutes tommy Abrahamson finally ot the equalizer for a 11 The Soviets and the Swedes each have seven points in four but the defend ng are well ahead n goals for and with a 328 The Swedes have an 810 oragainst The Finns are in third place with five followed by the Czechs with the United States with two and the West who have been beaten every time In the only game scheduled the Germans will be fac ng off against the which is winless since its sur prise openingday win over the Friday it will be the battle of the titans as Sweden and the So viet Union take to the The Czechs and Finns also play Fri The six teams move to Geneva for the final round of the double roundrobin tourna coach Murray William son said Wednesday the Soviets now are into the tough The Czechs gave them he and Friday le Swedes might do the czwhs attacked i but the Soviets got quick equalizers from Anatoli Firsov 1 and Vlctdnoor game from Fxiuard Novak Summaries PITTSBURGH B DETROIT 3 PCs Period 1 Rupfr 3 Pronovosl 1 Pronovost Pits 19 Pronovost U 02 Penafies Brown Kin negiesse it 20 Second Period Nc scoring PeniN ties Luce Blackburn 7 Rofr itaine 19 21 t NHL players can further education e said he thinks the contest stall wide open with several ams capable of upsetting the who are shooting for heir ninth straight world cham In Wednesdays the So ets never really got their nor ally welloiled machine into op though they came ose to clinching the game in le closing The Czechs were aided con Toronto sign backs TORONTO CP Bill 85 monds and Dave wh inished 12 in yards gainec ushing in the Eastern Footba onference last wi ave new competition for thei tarting berths in Toronto Argi auts backfield this The Argonauts today an ounced the signing of runnin acks Bob Campbell and Do a graduate of Penn was Pittsburgh Steeler ourthround choice in tlie N tional Football League draft 11 He used mainly on pur returns by the from Wichita Stat played two seasons with 0 ando Panthers of the Contine al MONTREAL CP A pro gram enabling National Hockey players to extend their university education during the f season has been instituted y the The NHL announced Wednes ay that two sixweek courses ill be offered at the bilingual niversity of The cost of the courses woulc be shared by the players and their The semesters would run from about May 20 to le end of June and from the eginning of July to the middl f Since when sponsorshi f junior players ended and a rule was adopted prohibiting the elevation of junior players tc the MIL until their 20th birth many plavers had ible to start on a college educa It was hoped that the program would encourage mor oungsters to pursue a hock Pronovost 31 Kan qieser 1 9 Pren o Bathgate Rupp 5 Pronovoit Penalties Bergman 7 Bathgate 13 Shirs on goat by urgh 81 Atteidance ONTREAL 5 PHILADELPHIA J First Period larke 24 Lacrolx apernere Bouchard 10 Second Period 1 Cour oyer 33 Tardll Ferguson 15 ardlf 1511 4 cournoyer i Uopolntel es Van Impe Bouch rd Clarke 1315 Third Period Ma ovllch 3 00 6 Ber ller 23 325 7 Rochefort 3 Kelly 14 Hale 323 Penalties Mahovllcti erguson Shots on goal by I Aonlreal 10 U Attendance career in the knowledge tha hey would not have to forsak heir NHL president Clareno Campbell said in a statement This is a major step forwan for the NHL and for its players This program is an honest effo to provide the educational too with which players will be ab to move into successful career once they complete their rol as active Nesukaitis unbeaten SINGAPORE CPReuter Violetta 20yearold ace from continued her unbeaten march through the womens ranks at the Common wealth table tennis champion ships The unseeded Canadian reached the womens singles semifinals by defeating Fra ser of New Zealand in the quarterfinals and today meets Karenza the English topseeded Also through to the semifi nals are Jill Shirley and Pauline both of IBs Shuley is thirdseeded and Miss Piddock Miss who is North American champion and has been Canadian champion five said of her impending match with whom she beat in earlier team competition EXPORTA Oawaaj uiQwdk REGULAR AND KINGS Its NO FUDDLE DUDDLE 71 VEGA Vega is so easy to own so economical to drive 97 Inch Wheelbnia Standard Front Disc Brakes 30 Milei Per Gallon lillli Car that doci evcrytlvng AS LOW AS DOWN 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