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Bill
Frieder
Head Coach Age 37
After seven years
of waiting in the
wings as Johnny
Orr's top assistant,
takes over the head
coaching reins...
Became 12th coach
on Wolverine history
on March 31, 1980,
succeeding the suc-
cessful and per-
sonable Orr ...
During his years as
Orr's right hand
man, received
numerous head
coaching offers
Declined them all in
hopes of getting his
chance at Michigan .

*.A tireless worker
and an excellent
teacher of basketball
fundamentals...
Arrived in Ann Arbor
in 1973 after winning
two Class A state
championships at
Flint Northern High
School . . . Strung
together a 37-game
winning streak at-
Flint Northern, still a
record for the longest
streak by a Class A
team in Michigan..
A 1976 graduate of
Michigan, holds both
BBA and MBA
degrees. .. He, wife
Jan and daughter
Laura reside in Ann
Arbor

M CHIGA
TEAM
Thad Garner
4 5 F Jun.190, 6-7
Hammond, Ind.
Elected co-captain this year
along with Paul Heuerman...
Started all 30 games as a
sophomore, scoring ten points
per contest . .. Led team in
rebounds with 200, steals (51),
and assists (75) . . . only fron-
tline starter to shoot over 50
per cent from the field . .
Irrepressible enthusiasm
characterizes his performan-
ce on the court . . . Became a
big favorite with Wolverine
fans last season ... Born 12-7-59

Tim
McCormick
4 4 F-C Fr.
230, 6-10
Clarkston
The most highly
publicized Michigan
recruit since Phil
Hubbard in 1976 ...
Expected to see con-
siderable action,
should help out im-
mediately . . . Was
hotly pursued, by
North Carolina and
Ohio State . . . Took
Clarkston High
School to state Class
A semifinals in 1980,
averaging 25 points

and 18 ,rebounds
during his senior
year . . . named
Parade Magazine
All-American . . . A
versatile performer
and outstanding
shooter, will likely be
used from the outside
on offense and will
cover opponents' big
man on defense ...
Suffers from "jum-
per's knee," an af-
fliction common
among tall
youngsters . .. Per-
sistent, albeit minor,
knee inflamation is
source of concern for
Frieder... Business
major in LSA-1-
Born 3-10-62

Mark
Bodnar
30 G Sen.
175, 6-3
Barberton, Ohio
Identical twin of
Marty Bodnar, ex-
cept Mark shoots
left-handed .. Hob-

bled by a series of
foot injuries during
his first two seasons,
only now has he been
able to perform at
full tilt ... Competed
with Marty this fall
for starting guard
spot . . . Enrolled in
School of Business..
. Born 6-20-59

Joe
James
4 Z G-F Soph.
195, 6-5
Youngstown, Ohio
Needs more play-.
ing time to develop
his skills . . . A
tremendous leaper,
possesses a 40-inch

vertical jump3.fr .
Shot only .273 from
the field last year in
averaging less than
one point per game. .
. Started games
against Wisconsin,
Northwestern, and
Ohio State
Enrolled in College
of Education
Born 2-19-60

The, MichigonDo iy-Saturda
The University Cellar anticipa
heavy demand for used copies
01
following books for the Wintei
Note: All prices are more than 50% of the lisi
and will be even higher at the Cellar than quot
ushers raise the list prices before classes begi
PUBL.
AUTHOR TITLE LIST PRICE CC
ABRAMS Norton Anthology of English Lit. 4th'79 11.95
ARONSON Social Animal 3rd'80 7.95
ATKINSON Intro. to Motivation 2nd'78 15.95
BATES Guide to Physical Examination 2nd'79 24.75
BEACHLEY Intro. to Dynamic System Analysis 19.95
BORNSTEIN Comparative Economic Systems 4th'79 17.95
BOWLES Engin. Prop. Soils and their Meas. 2nd'78 20.95
BRUNNER Textbk. of Med. Surg. Nursing 4th'80 28.95
CARNAHAN Digital Comp. plus Fortran IV, etc. '79 two vol. set 13.50
CASTELLAN Physical Chemistry 2nd'71 22.95
COLEMAN Abnormal Psych. and Modern Life 6th'80 20.95
DONOGHUE Child and the English Lang. Arts 3rd'79 14.95
DORF Modern Control 'Systems 3rd'80 20.95
DUVAL Moderne Deutsche Sprachlehre 3rd'80 16.95
ECKERT Animal Physiology 24.95
FELDSTEIN Health Care Economics 19.95
FESSENDEN Organic Chemistry 27.50
FOX Intro. to Fluid Mechanics 2nd'78 25.95
FREEDMAN Statistics 14.95
GARDNER Art through the Ages 7th'80 11.95
GIBSON Organizations 3rd'79 17.25
GOODMAN Pharm. Basis of Therapeutics 6th'80 36.00
GUNTHER Constitutional Law 10th'80 23.00
HALLIDAY Fundamentals of Physics Revised Ed.'74 25.95
HILGARD Intro. to Psychology 7th'79 18.95
HORNGREN Cost Accounting 4th'77 21.00
KARNOPP Intro. to Dynamics (with red no. on back cover) 19.95.
KADZIN Behavior Mod. in Applied Settings 2nd'80 10.95
KEETON Biological Science 3rd'80 19.95
KERMAN Listen 3rd'80 14.95
KIESO Intermediate Accounting 3rd'80 24.95
KINNEAR Marketing Research 17.95
KMENTA Elementary Econometrics '71 20.95
KOTLER Marketing Management 4th'80 19.95
KREYSIG Advanced Engineering Mathematics 4th'79 27.95
LEHNINGER Biochemistry 2nd'75 31.95
LUCKMANN Medical-Surgical Nursing 2nd'80 34.00
MACK Norton Anthol. of World Masterpieces 4th79 12.95
MANSFIELD Microeconomic Theory and Applications 3rd'79 14.95
MATHES Designing Technical Reports '76 19.00
McCORMICK Human Factors in Engineering and Design 4th'76 30.00
MILLER Living in the Environment 2nd'79 19,95
MUSGRAVE Public Finance in Theory and Practice 3rd'80 21.00
NETER Applied Linear Statistical Models '74 20.95
PAVIA Intro. to Organic Lab Techniques (good shape) 17.95
REDD Behavior Modification 16.95
RITTER Principles of Money, Banking, and Fin. Mkts. 3rd'80 14.95
SEARS College Physics 5th'80 20.95
SMITH Business Law 4th'77 18.95
SONDERMANN Theory and Practice of Internat'I. Rel's. 5th'79 10.95
STREETER Fluid Mechanics 7th'79 23.95
VANDER Human Physiology 3rd'80 20.95
VAN VLACK Elements of Materials Sci. and Engineer'g. 4th'80 21.95
VAN WYLEN Fund. of Classical Thermodynamics Si Version 2nd'78 23.95
WALGENBACH Principles of Accounting 2nd'80 19.95
WALPOLE Probability and Stat. for Engin. and Sci. 2nd'78 21.95
WASER Chemistry One 2nd'80 20.95
WHIPKEY Power of Calculus 3rd'79 (good shape) 17.95
WOLFE Curso Basico de Espanol '70 (good shape) 15.95
WE WILL BE BUYING MANY OTHER TITLES FOR HALF OF LIST PRICE OR MORE IN DEC. AND FIRST WEEK OF JA
WE ALSO USUALLY PAY MORE THAN WHOLESALE (NATIONAL MARKET VALUE) FOR BOOKS NOT BEING USED

Ike
Person
52 F Soph.
210,6-7
Barrington, Ill.
A pleasant sur-

prise for the
Wolverines last
season . . Strong
performer off the
bench at both for-
ward and center . .
Enrolled in College
of Education - - -
Born 2-10-60

Leo
Brown
Z o F Soph
205, 6-8
Mansfield, Ohio
Played in only four
games last year. .
Court time was
severely cut last
season by strained

knee ligaments
With leg fully healed,
should provide
reserve strength at
forward.. . Spent the
past summer
working out in the
Detroit area against
top competition ..
Enrolled'in LSA
Born 12-21-60

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