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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-15,Lethbridge, Alberta t^THË HTMSBIPQE HtmtP-TiiWdty. Jumry 1». 1*T4 NHL AND WHA HOCKEY SPECJAL Fit...... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CICMTI» VILLAU MALL niOMC3M-»toi Tlie HerilUl' Sports LITHIIUMI Omei FURNITUI Lww Lmt 7M tlrMt «iMplM tut nMM(40*)a2t-r4ii HOMtAND OFFICE SAFES . . Shula on Cloud Nine, but turbulence lies ahead HOUSTON (AP) - Coach Don Shula acknowledged Moo* day that he wa» floating on Cloud Nine. “1 am full of pride,” be said. "This was our greatest game.” But certain turbulence lies ahead for the Super Bowl footbail champion Miami Dolphins. Most of the big stars in Sunday’s 24-7 victory over Minnesota Vikings—Larry Csonka, Mercui^ Morris, Paul Warfield and Nick BuoniconU, among them—go to the conference table Tor renewal of their National Football League contracts. It could be a hassle, and Shula admitted it. “We have some talking to do.” the Miami coach said, adding that negotiations would be in the hands of A. P-Peppler, the team's director of pro scouting. However, everybody knows that Peppier is only the front man and that the final draft of all contracts is reserved for Joseph Robbie, the president and general manager, and Shula. “I run the football operations,“ Shula said firmly at an early morning news conference before flying back to Miami with his triumphant Dolphins. “You can expect to see a lot of new faces on next year’s team,” said linebacker Dick Swift, the Dolphin player representative. “A lot of important contracts come up for renewal and you can bet the guys will be asking more than the management wants to ^One of the key contracts is that of the 237-pound Csonka. who emerged as one of the sports’ true superstars by rushing for a record 145 yards and two touchdowns in the crunching humiliation of one of pro football’s most highly touted defences. His present salary is f55,000. He is expected to shoot for the 1100,000 range. Big raise demands can also be expected from such standouts as ball carrier Mercury Morris, safeties Jake Scott-who started his pro career with British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League—and Dick Anderson and Paul Warfield, one of football’s best pass receivers. All are in the $40.000 to $50,000 range. Tight end Jim Mandich, who caught (Hie of the key passes that helped crack Minnesota’s lirit early in the game, has to him after the confusion dies down.” Shula said Kiick had never discussed a desire to be traded with him although he had heard reports of the running back's unhappiness. “1 played golf with Jim recently and he didn’t mention played out his option and can dicker for new employment. Jim Kiidc, once a running mate of Csonka in the back-field, has been unhappy over being relegated to a secondary role behind Mercury Morris and has told friends he wants to be traded, “Mandich didn’t think he fitted into our plans,” Shula said Monday. “He thought we wanted bigger tight ends and stronger blockers. “But Jim has proved himself. He has played outstanding ball in the playoffs. I think he may feel now that he is an important cog in our team. I have promised to talk it,” Shula said. “Maybe it was because he beat me for 10 bucks, t have no intention of trading Kiick. He’s a valuable asset to the team.” Kiick scored one of the touchdowns against the Vikings, his first of the season. “I alternate Kiick with Morris,” Shula said. “Kiick has a way of smelling that goal line.” Shula, recently signed to a new contract reported to be for five years at $85,000 a year, was, beaming when he met with the Super Bowl press for the final time. “Every year the team has done better,” he said. ‘‘I consider what we did this year a greater accomplishment, although we lost two games. minec nooM ^SPECIALS Prices effective ONE WEEK ONLY! are timely specials that will help you save $$ on any rec room or fix-up project. Shop Beaver this week. GOOD QUALin HUBBER BACKED CARPET Choice of orange or blue/green. Low level loop pile. Snip-n-fit. ■■ mm REC ROOM SPECIAL....... SQ.YD.V Armitrong Accotone VINYL aOORING Long-wear, easy care Dutch iiielike pattern in Beige and Whrte of Beige and White Marble design Above grade installation only 32'wide 069 Y sii-YO. STAR OUST ACCOUSTIC CEILING TILE IZ'xlZ"    iQ.29 64sq.ft. .. CARTON lO POORS Large selection of pre-finished and unfinished interior and exterior doors. Some damaged. priced from 4 .95 and UP Stor« Hourt: •:M ».III. 10 S:M M«n. to Ffl. •:M a.m. to S:00 p.m. Siitiir<l«y 1707>3rd Aw. S.-PhofM LvthbrMg«, Alb«rta the do-it-yourself store Penguins grab (panic) button a|er Monday, replacing Riley, who resigned un- Fired Bill McCreary was fired Monday as coach of the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. Phii Maloney was named to replace him. Kittens capture gals’ tourney The Lethbridge Catholic Central Kittens chalked up three lop-sided victories and LCC add Eakett, Williams The Lethbridge Community College Kodiaks announced Monday that they^- have bolstered their line-up for the 1973-74 Alberta College Athletic Conference Men’s Basketball League campaign . with the addition of two veteran ball players. Kodiaks' coach Ben Brooks was more than pleased to acquire the services of Kendon Eakett and Gary Williams for the remainder of the season. As he puts it,” Eakett and Williams will provide stepped-up ball handling and add to our running game. Their added spark was very evident on the weekend when we practically ran the University of Calgary Jayvees off the floor.” Eakett, who was a starting guard for the Kodiaks in the 1971-72,season, was forced to sit on the sidelines for a year due to a knee injury. But Eakett feels healthy enough to dress again and apparently the lay-off hasn’t affected his game at all. On the other hand, Williams toiled with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns of the Canada West University Men’s Basketball League season for part of this year, but has since transferred back to the LCC, Meanwhile the Kodiaks will be in action Wednesday evening when they host the U of L Pronghorns in an exhibition game. Game time is set for nine o’clock at the LCC gym. Minor hockey The Seals grabbed a slim 1-0 first period lead and hung on to defeat the Blades 2-1 in a Bantam “B” game Monday night. Dennis Taylor and Darren Visosky tallied for the Seals while Greg McKean replied for the Blades. The Natienals scored three big goals in the third period and edged the North Stars 4-3 in a Midget game last night. Brad Robertson led the Nationals with a pair of goals while singles went to Glen Lewis and Craig Murray. Dale Ptj«ia, Ed Maxwell and Barry Peterson scored for the North SUrs. The Nuggeto and Cougars battled to a scoreless draw in a Bantam "B” contest over the weekend. In another weekend tilt, the Hornets doubled the score 8-4 over Standoff. Brian Ferenz, Danny Jones and Anton Mihay fired in two goals apiece for the locab while Murray H. Stheins managed a hat-trick In a losing cause. carted home the Medicine Hat High School Girls’ Invitational Basketball Tournament title over the weekend. The Kittens went undefeated in the two-day event as they trounced Medicine Hat McCoy 50-20, whipped Medicine Hat Crescent Heights 34-17 and wallopped Regina Miller Marauders 4418. McCoy turned out to be the Kittens’ first victims with Mickey Kinahan leading the locals with a 17>point outing. Teammate Martha Kaplan chipped in with 16 points. pe Ki Kaplan and Wendy Hodzinyak turned in 10-point lerformances to lead the Ittens to their easy win over Crescent Heights in the semifinal. ’The championship final was no contest as the Kittens easily handled the out-matched Regina squad, who had ‘ the Lethbridge Collegiate stitute Clipper Queens 4442 earlier. Kinahan and Kaplan led the Kittens' assault once again with 13 points apiece while Dee Dee Grabavac was by far the top defensive star for the Kittens. The Kittens will see action again Thursday night when they continue their bid for the city girls' basketball crown. The Winston Churchill Griffins, Clipper Queens and the Kittens are currently taking part in a home • and - home round - robin series which will determine the city girls’ champion. The Kittens, who have already defeated the Clipper Queens in their initial match, will host the Griffins for a seven o’clock tilt at the CCHS gym. Meanwhile the Coaldale Kate Andrews Larks remained undefeated after four league games as they dumped the Fort Macleod Meteors 4834 in a Southwest Conference Girls’ Basketball League game Saturday night. Bonny Stanko paced the Laiks’ attack with 11 points while Sandra Bohner aided with 10. Kim Homberger hooped 14 points for the Meteors while 10 points going to Pat Hester. The Larks currently lead the six-team league with a 4^) record while WCHS Griffins are in second at 2-2. Picture Butte holds down third with a 1-1 record while fourth goes to Vauxhall, who sport two wins and three losses. Merchants earn win The Magrath Merchants scored a hard-fought 73-i7 victory over the Blood Reserve Golden Eagles in a Chinook Men’s Basketball League gante staged Monday night. Frank Kerr led the Merchants to their second win of the season with 2D points while teammate Reed Blumel chipped in with 18. Charlie Weasel Head notch* ^ 27 big points and Htmer Young f^ne 1« for the Eagles. PITTSBURGH (AP) - At 34. Jack Button is the youngest geoerit! manager in the National Hockey League. Maybe that’s why he figures a continuing youth movement is the only cure for the ills of Pittsburgh Penguins. “We are going to build. We are going to build with younger players,” said Button who was named general Strong words at coast VANCOUVER (CP) — The new coach of Ure Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League says he’d "like to fumigate Üie whole place and have us all scrub ourselves with carbolic soap to get rid of this feeling of frustration,”    , Phil Maloney, hired Sunday to replace Bill McCreary as coach, said players were “taking their aggressions out on themselves and each other.” McCreary, meanwhile, said he plans a news conference in the next few days when he will “say a lot—I’ll bring everything into the open.” His dismissal followed Vancouver’s 8-1 loss to New York Rangers here Saturday, a game McCreary said was the absolute worst by the Canucks this season. The Canucks, floundering in last place in the NHL eastern division, have managed only nine wins and seven ties in 41 games. They won their ninth game of the season, their first 1974 victory, when Uiey edged California Golden Seals 3-2 on Friday. Maloney, 46, who lives in Vancouver, has been coach since last season of Seattle Totems, Vancouver’s Western Hockey League farm team. The Totems are second in the WHL. Hal Laycoe, Canucks general manager, said Maloney was “stepping out of a very favorable position.” manai Jack der fire. “We’re the third-youngest team in the league,” Button said. The third-youngest team in the NHL, however, is mired in seventh place of the West Divisiim and they got there with a host of players under 2&. But that isn’t discouraging Button, who has been director of scouting and personoel under Riley for the last five years. The Penguins have won two of their last four games. HAVE INDICATION “The last four games have given us solid indication that they (the team) are coming together,” Button said. Owner Tad Potter, who has recently criticized his team publicly, announced the change at a news conference. He said Riley, 52, resigned, and that, “I deeply regret accepting Jack Riley’s resigna-Uon.” The Associated Press learned, however, that Riley was pressured to quit and that Button had been approached about the job by owner Potter last Friday, two days before Riley told Potter he would step down. “Somebody had to go,” said Riley, who admitted the pressure of the job was affecting his health and that now he’ll “have some time to think things over.” “I resigned,” said Riley, “but I don’t think my contract would have been renewed. IMAGE HURT "It’s been a culmination of losing, of course, and probably the »ct that my image has been tarnished pretty badly by bad publicity. I’ve never been a public relations man but I’ve always been able to get along with people.” Riley and Button both were on the last year of three-year contracts with the cl&b. 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