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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, November 1, 197+

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,ridde Picks'Hinton named ice assistant

Stumbling out of bed and pulling on his stiff trousers which
were standing in the corner of his circular room, he slurped
down a mint julep and made a mad dash for his pink colored
Fleetwood. Revving up his high powered machine, the masked
banana roared out of theadriveway, nearly colliding with Shakey
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Recovering his poise, the "Yellow Yonker" continued his
fearless journey, laying waste to the Nickels Arcade and plowing
through a group of picketing Hare Kristna people. Emerging
victorious, the masked banana slipped into that "coveted Maynard
Street publication" at a stroke before 12 o'clock (tonight's dead-

as Kec
By LEBA HERTZ
When Jim Keough, assistant
coach for the Michigan hockey
team, announced his plans to
try out for the World Hockey
Association's Michigan Stags,
Coach Dan Farrell had to come
up with a replacement who
would adequately fill Keough's

nigh tr-
place. That individual was Doug
Hinton.
Hinton, born in Toronto, grad-
uated from Michigan Tech in
1970. It was at Tech where he
first met Farrell who became
assistant coach in Hinton's
junior year.
"We were a good team,"

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Gridde Picks and then like a
through the bathroom window.
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said Hinton on his years with basically the same.
the Huskies, "I played all the His major duties with the
time. We went to the NCAA's team are in the field of re-
twice." cruiting. This does not limit him
After Hinton graduated from to that alone however.
Tech, he played four years in "I was a defenseman, so
the Detroit Red Wing organ- I'll probably have more to say
ization at Fort Worth of the to the defense. -That won't
Central Hockey League. restrict me from talking to
"I played four years of pro- the forwards. During the
fessional hockey, said Hinton, game, I'll be in the press box.
"You're playing twice*as many I'll try to spot what the other
games. Eventually it doesn't team is doing. For example,
bother you, but at first playing how well their power play is
in the pros wears you out. When working."
the NCAA season is over, you're Hinton feels that his rapport
only halfway through the season with the team is coming along
in the pros." smoothly.
When the Red Wings released "The guys are very receptive.
Hinton in September, he got his They realize I'm giving them
opportunity to become the new constructive criticism," said
assistant coach for the Wol- Hinton.
verines. . Defenseman and captain of
"I was interested in coach- the Michigan team, Randy Tru-
ing ever since I went to Michi- deau says he is getting more
gan Tech," said Hinton, "I attention. "As a goalie, Keough
thought I'd like to get into the was able to work with them
field. much better than with the de-
"We (Hinton and Farrell) fense," commented Trudeau,
weretalking during thetsummer "You need more experience as
about what I'd 'like to do. I a defenseman to work with the
wasn't sure if I was getting out defense. Doug is also able to
of hockey. But I found out in work well with the forwards."
September, I wasn't playing in Trudeau talks about the two
hockey-Detroit released me. I coaches. "I liked them both.
guess I could have played some- But one difference is that
where else, but then the op- Doug and Dan work much bet-
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portunity arose."
Concerning his work with the
team and Farrell, Hinton hopes
both he and Michigan's second
year coach will be able to draw
ideas from each other even
though their philosophies are

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the ice."
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assistant coach. "I really like
Hinton. He can sometimes
identify better with the guys
than Dan. He's younger and
closer to our age. He's only
been out of college four years.
Hinton comes {to Michigan
with fine qualifications and if
the rest of the team goes along
with Trudeau's assessment of
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