THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1967
THE MICRIG N DAILY
THUUSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
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By DOUG HELLER
Did you ever notice how cold a
hockey rink can get when there's
nothing to think about except how
cold a hockey rink can get?
Nothing exciting, just a prac-
tice. And it goes overtime.
Freeze. Should have worn two
Practice over. Give them a
chance to change.
Still freezing when out comes
Jim Keough, Michigan sophomore
goalie and one-half of Coach Al
Renfrew's alternate starting duo
with junior Harold Herman.
Up into the stands for an inter-
view and it still hasn't gotten any
warmer. Let's put it right on the
line. How could a previously un-
defeated team play as miserably
as Michigan did Friday night?
Could one man, Mel Wakabayashi,
Gordie Howe or Bobby Hull make
that much difference out there?
And Jim Keough said "No, one
man doesn't mean that much to
any team . . . we were just down
for the game. We should have
been up and we were down. Be-
sides, even Armstrong (Denver's
coach) said they got all the
An engineering major. Keough
does not believe that a rugged
curriculum and hockey conflict.
You just have to make up your
mind to do it
In an interesting development,
Keough predicts that a decision on
a regular goalie should come at
least four games from now, after
the next Michigan State series. He
doesn't believe that either he or
Herman are playing up to their
potential, citing only a Michigan
Tech game in the Great Lakes
tournament as indicative of his
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Losing Combination Coach Renfrew refused to con-
Keough, who had allowed orily ment on Keough's prediction, but
2.17 goas per game before Fri : he does not think that the goal-
day's barrage of 48 shots which tenders are playing below their
included a minute and a half of ability. He says Keough has the
consecutive on goal slaps, was I perfect temperament for a goalie
ready to take the blame for his or a football quarterback-"cocky"
performance. "I couldn't make the -meaning if you don't know that
big sae. h adt k hyou're going to get the job done
big save." he admitted.
it's not going to get done.
"However, their first goal was On the subject of conditioning,
lucky (it was scored on a baseball Kough remarked that the basic
swing of a rebounding puck) and K ohrmnd th gais
that's the way it went all night. way of conditioning for goalies,
The puck took bad bounces for us aside from being human targets.
andhe misksekd o nes W sen is skating. This ends another
and we missed open nets. When . American misconception accord-
you score five goals you should ican isontion ar d-
win.".. :. ing to Jim: that goalies are hockey
wiA Canadian, Keough startediegplayers who can't skate.
skating when he was three years Keough gives you a ride home.
old, and doesn't think it at all un- type. When there is one little kid said I was waiting for offers. Freeze.
usual. "Americans who think all trying to play with bigger kids, he Baird checked with coach Renfrew "Hey Jim, I've been freezing all
we do is live hockey are wrong. I . . who wasn't really looking - for a afternoon and you don't look cold
was given a pair of skates when is given no choice. He's the goalie. goalie at the time (for evidence at all. Do you hae a high me-
I was three. You have skates It's sort of like an American there is Herman) and he said tabolism rate or something?"
and what can you do with them youngster being the permanent O.K. So here I am." "I'm a Canadian."
but skate? We had a rink in the catcher.
back yard. It might as well be
used." Keough came to Michigan be- SPORT SHORTS:
Too Small to Play !cause it was the best school aca-
demically. "Since any kind of ath- [( 1 1
nemight wonder why some- lthchn rhn s rhiifr i t Nn / LhEY ga 1 Eu E uwm thY1L1
body would be crazy enough to
become a goalie and Keough gave
an answer that is almost a stereo-
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
itcscnoiarsi pis promuai
Canada, you have to come to the
States. I was offered scholarships
by Denver and Michigan Tech.
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highly. Then Bob Baird (Mich-
igan senior forward) was at a
wedding with my father. When he
asked what I was doing, my father
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DETROIT-Joe Schmidt, once
rated the best middle linebacker,
in the National Football League,-
yesterday signed a five-year con-
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Lions back to being the best club
in the loop.
Schmidt, an eight-time NFL All-
Pro selection during his 13 years
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studying for two days a contract
offered Monday by Lion owner
William Clay Ford.
"I feel we have 15 or 16 good
football players that I want on
my club," Schmidt said. "We'll
definitely have to make some
Schmidt said he has a free hand
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The contract given the 34-year-
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1965 season, replaces Harry Gil-
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SAN DIEGO, Calif.-San Diego
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12th team in the National Basket-
Commissioner J. Walter Kenne-
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said the team will begin operat-
ing in the 1967-68 season.
"We're just as happy as we can;
be to have San Diego in the NBA,"
Kennedy said. "Our expansion
committee believes that San Diego
gave the best presentation of any
city seeking the franchise."
The ownership of the new team
is scheduled to be announced with-
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The San Diego team will play
in the new San Diego Internation-
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Kennedy said that a profession-
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the two new NBA teams - will
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Cost of the franchise was $1.75
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NEW YORK - John McHale,
the rosy-cheeked Irish-man who
retired as a player at 26 years of
age because "I couldn't hit curve
balls," became baseball's second
in command yesterday when he
was named Administrator to Com-
missioner William D. Eckert.
McHale, now 45, left his post as
president and general manager
of the Atlanta Braves in succeed-
ing Lee MacPhail as Eckert's
"I was not disenchanted in At-
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