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Rage 8-Saturday, December 6, 1980-The ihigan daily
Getting the
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PROFILE

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The.Mi~higan Daily--Sqtp.rdgy, Decemk

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Tips from the
University Cellar:
Generally, our
ability to buy a
book depends
the
following ......
salability
factors:
Reported usage in
future courses.
History of usage in -.
past courses.
Whether or not the
book is the most 'i
recent edition.
Probability of a future"
new edition.
General physical conditionr
of the book -particularly
the binding.
Potential for our being able to
resell the book either to other
bookstores or national wholesalers.
Whether or not we are already
overstocked in that particular title.

MWT

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Trade books (those small, pre-
priced, paperback books of mass-
market variety) generally get 25%
to 33% of the list (cover) price .
Opposite, is only
a partial list
of- books
that the
University
Cellar
will buy.
There are many
others for which
we will pay half
price or more!!
Af ter
. '
thefirst
few day S
of ases
Sdman

Paul
fleuerman
15 C-F Sen. 200,6-8
Akron, Ohio
Strong performance last
season came as surprise to
Michigan fans, the Big
Ten-everyone but himself .:.
A heady player who knows
what it takes to win, and gives
110 per cent in that direction. .
Named to first team
Academic All-Big Ten squad.
. earned Big Ten player of the
week honors after first week
of conference season..
Battled back from "
mononucleosis last'December
to win starting pivot spot from,
the departed John Garris ...
enrolled in LSA. . . Born 12-28-
59

Mike
Mc~ee
40F Sen
190,6-5
Omaha, Neb.
Will almost cer-
tainly become the
all-time leading
scorer in Michigan
history . . . Needs
only 457 points to
surpass Cazzie
Russell's school
mark of 2164 . . .
Named to second
team All-Big Ten

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ser
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Marty
Bodnar
Z G Sen.
175, 6-3
Barberton, Ohio
Last year's co-
captain averaged 8.1
points per game in
1979-80, scoring a
season high 23 again-
st Central Michigan .
.. Not a flashy type;
knows what has to be
done, and does it..
Possesses deadly ac-
curacy on set shot

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last
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Am
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sea
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Johnny
Johnson
3 4 G-F Sen.
200,6-4
Buffalo, N.Y.
Potentially one of
the most explosive
players in the Big
Ten.. . . A great

shooter from 15 to 20
feet...
Highlight of season
came at East Lan-
sing, where he
scored 26 points for a
Michigan career
high... .
Enrolled in College
of Education . . .
Born in Manchester,
England, 6-1-59

]on
fintonides
35 C Fr.
220, 7-2
Sarnia, Ont.
The first seven-
footer in Michigan
history ... Averaged
25 points and 15
rebounds per game
at Sarnia Central

Collegiate...
Realizes,thowever,
that there's a huge
difference between
Canadian high school
basketball- and the
Big Ten. . . Is expec-
ted to be a major fac-
tor in, Michigan
lineup in a year or
two ......Business
major in LSA .
Born 7-11-61

M. C.
Burton
4 1 F Fr.
215, 6-6.
Grand Rapids
A chip off the old
block . . Father
(also named M.C.)
played at Michigan

from 1957 through
1959, scoring 1115
career points, 12th
highest on the all-
time Wolverine
scoring list... An en-
thusiastic player in
practice, in the Thad
Garner mold
Business major in
LSA ... Born 7-13-62

Send
they
This is one Christmas ca
Years And its so easy! J
slide: we'll help you selec
and greetings.
And to help make yc
on quality Kodak color p
picture and card we prin
See us soon-andr
Kodak paper..,
fora good loom
Amateur and C
STORES AT: 131
69
LAB AT: 31E

the(

f .r.trx .o
.

rd that will still be arou
ust bring us your favc
ct your card from a va
our cards look good, v
aper. We use Kodak p
t; it's a good way to g
ask about our special

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We resell books in poor condition
at a lower price.
Therefore, if the binding is broken,
or if the book is heavily marked,
we must pay lower prices for them.
Workbooks and programmed texts
must be totally unmarked in order
to be sold back.

Language and law books must be
cleaner than other books in order
to get top prices.
We may not have information about
the future usage of a book...
When this happens, we pay the
highest prices we can.
We will inform you when this situa-
tion arises, so that you can decide
whether to seal now or later.
On most books this will be higher
than wholesale prices.

~.-*. . -

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Student-owned /student controlled.
Located on the ground floor of the
Michigan Urtion, you'll find our
Book Buy-Back department is just
around the corner from our store.

Dean
Hopson
Z 3 F-G Fr.
175, 6-7
Ann Arbor
A graduate of Ann
Arbor Huron High
School, made Class A
All-State for the
River Rats ... Third-

team Parade
Magazine All-
American. .. Played
three years of high
school ball at Albion,
averaging 23 points
and 16 rebounds.
. . .. Enrolled
in School of
Education ...Born 4-
30-62

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Dan
iPele-
koudas
3ZGFr.
170, 6-0
Downers Grove, Ill.
A superb playmak-
ying.. guard in high

school ... Took
his Downers Grove
South High School
team to the state
finals in Champaign
as a senior and was
named first-team
All-Tournament..
Enrolledin LSA...
Born 6-8-62

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