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May 21, 1974 - Image 11

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Tuesday, May 2, , 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pae Eleven

Tuesday, May 21, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Eleven

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From Wire Service Reports squad.
HILADELPHIA - "The city "We've never been given the
rotherly love," finally got a proper credit," said Clarke. "We
nce to display that love Sun- are not just a bunch of Broad
when its Flyers defeated Street bullies. We play good
Boston Bruins, 1-0, and thus hockey."
ame the first post 1967 ex- The visitors' dressing room
sion team to claim Lord was a picture of solemnity. Few
nley's Cup. words were spoken and those
If someone asked me if I few were terse. Former Bruin
ight this team would win coach Tom Johnson was the
Stanley Cup at the begin- first to emerge from the dress-
of the season, I'd have said ing room after a twenty-four
were crazy," quipped jubi- mimite wait.
Philadelphia coach Fred Johnson's first words were
ro. highly critical of referee Art
pproprlately enough, the Fly- Skov, claiming, "After the game
two most valuable players he called, he has to go."
taro Bobby Clarke and goal- Bruin goaltender Gilles Gil-
ler Bernie Parent combined bert, who played his best game
the victory lap around the of the series in a losing effort
ctrum ice with the Stanley Sunday, claimed that the only
held triumphantly over- goal of the game, Rick Mac-
d. Leish's tip-in, should have been
arent was honored as the disallowed.
offs' Most Valuable Player "It was a high stick and no
the accompanying presen- goal," insisted Gilbert. "Mac-
in of the Conn Smythe Leish touched it with his stick,
phy. His main challenger for and after that I never saw it.
award, Clarke, said later, I had it lined up when (Andre)
e right player won it. What Dupont shot."
e could you ask of a man?" MacLeish, the playoff's lead-
arent pulled more of his ing goal scorer with 13, gave a
it of hand magic on the different account. "I was just
ns Sunday as he had to trying to get in front of the
the Atlanta Flames and shot by Dupont. I didn't mean to
r York Rangers before. The hit it. I was just watching it
out was Parent's second of and it hit my stick and went in."
playoffs in which he played The victory celebration con-
.7 games, allowing a minis- tinued in Philadelphia yester-
2.01 goals per game. day as the city feted the Flyers
arke, meanwhile, kept the with a city-long parade down
rs moving throughout the Broad Street. The celebration
s. His scoring, checking, will continue on for months to
ity killing and mastery of come, because for the next fifty-
ace off circles served as an two weeks the Cup resides in
ration to the rest of the Philly.

's to cup win

AP Photo
RICK MacLEISH of the Flyers is mobbed by his teammates after he scored the first (and only
goal of his team's deciding victory over the Boston Bruins. An unidentified Boston player turns
away in mixed sorrow and disgust.

the " narbor fncrooperatiVe
Alan Bates and Glenda Jackson in Ken Russell's
WOMEN IN LOVE
Academy Award: BEST ACTRESS!
An encyclopedia of filmmaking techniques
TONIGHT, Tues., May 21 only! 7 and 9 p.m. $1
AUDITORIUM A-ANGELL HALL
TOMORROW EVENING ONLY 7, 9, and 11 P.M.
"A remake of the classic, this time in flesh-color. Bi
hudqet, fast action, and funny."-William Rotsier, CON-
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Get toknowthe twoof
you before you become
the three of you.
Get to know what you both really like.
What you both really want out of life.
Get to enjoy your freedom together until you both
decide you want to let go of a little bit of it.
But make it your choice.
Research statistics show that more than half of all
the pregnancies each year are accidental. Too many
of them, to couples who thought they knew all about
family planning methods.
Get to know how the two of you don't have to
become the three of you.
Or the four of you.Or...
Planned Parenthood
Children by choice. Not chance.
Ar further information, write Planned Parenthood,
Box 431, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019.
rianned Parenthood is a national, non-profit organisation dedicated to rovidint
information and egfativa meansaof famly planning to all who want an need it.
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adult entertainment
Glenda Jackson in Peter Brook's film of
Peter Weiss' play
MARAT/SADE
THURSDAY EVENING 7 and 9 p.m. $1
Glenda Jackson series tonight and next 4 Thursdos
series ticket: any six fiums on our sededule for $5; alt tickets on
sale for each evening at Auditorium A at 6 p.m.

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