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Page 14 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 22, 1985

The Michigan Daily - Friday, Nov
.waitung game for new'

Frosh shoot for future

I G- Billy Butts

G- Ron Gibas

Major: Undecided
Favorite NBA team: Lakers
Best player faced: Danny Manning
Favorite class: Psychology
Favorite TV show: The A-Team
Nickname: Dollar Bill
Shoe size: 13
Favorite candy bar: Clark
Favorite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
When I'm not on the court, I'm probably: Studying or sleeping

Nickname: Gib
Maor: Mechanical engineering
Favorite NBA team: Denver Nuggets
Best player faced: Gary Grant
Hero: My dad
Favorite class: Dynamics
Listens to: Soft rock and gospel
Favorite TV show: MASH
Shoe size:l11
Favorite candy bar: Hershey's with almonds
Favorite cartoon character: Scooby Doo
When I'm not on the court, I'm probably: With Nancy
in 15 years I'd like to be: Rich, retired and enjoying my family

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By ADAM MARTIN
ITH expectations building
around this year's Michigan
basketball team, few people are
looking to the future.
But next year Michigan will lose its
starting front line to graduation, so
this year's crop of freshmen will soon
be the substance of Michigan's future.
The 1985-86 Wolverines return their
starting five and a total of nine let-
termen from last year's Big Ten
Championship squad. Most of the
freshman will simply have the best
seats in Crisler arena.
Next Winter, however, things will
be different. Of the starters, only
guards Gary Grant and Antoine
Joubert will be back. The strength
and success of the Wolverines will
depend greatly on how well this year's
crop of recruits can replace
devastating front line players like
Roy Tarpley, Butch Wade; Rich
Rellford, and the added dimension
provided by forward Robert Hender-
son.
According to head coach Bill
Frieder, filling the well-worn shoes of
this year's starters will take patience,
a good deal of instruction, and time.
"The six freshmen are way behind
right now," said Frieder, "it's like
night and day."
In the next year, Frieder will try to
reconcile night and day. His task will
be difficult, but not impossible.
Go Fight
No.
ICHIGAN IS

"It (the group of new freshmen) is a
good class," he said. "It's probably a
little overrated. Up the line, it'll be
good, but most are a year or two a-
way. There's no question they have a
ways to go."
The question is where the freshmen
will be next year. Frieder has said
last year's Mr. Basketball from
Michigan, Glen Rice, has the potential
to contribute this season. But it is next
year when Rice's contribution will
really count.
The 6-7, 175-pound forward
averaged 28 points and 12 rebounds
per game at Flint Northwestern High
School, and was named to the Detroit
News' Dream Team for 1984-85.
Rice's job along with the five other
newcomers, will be to turn superb
high school statistics into college
reality.
"I think I can contribute this year,"
said Rice, "but I figure next year I'll
get my real shot. Hopefully next year,
I'll be a much improved player, and
I'll do all the things I need to do to
start."
Despite his high hopes, Rice is
realistic. He recognizes the respon-
sibilities he'll have as a Wolverine.
"It's gonna be a lot of hard work. I
set real high goals for myself, and
that makes it even harder."
One of the Flint native's main goals
is adding strength. He watches the
See NEW, Page 9

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F - Mark Hughes

G- Antoine Joubert

Freshman Loy Vaught fights for position with the veterans. The 6-9 forward battl
freshman phenom. Frieder says his crop of newcomers won't see much action c
out of the way.

Nickname: Huey
Major: Business
Favorite NBA team: Lakers and 76ers
Best player faced: Darrel Dawkins
Hero: Charles Barkley
Favorite class: English
Listens to: Rhythm and blues
Favorite TV show: The Cosby Show
Shoe Size: 13%/
Favorite candy bar: Mars
Favorite cartoon character: Thundorr the Barbarian
When I'm not on the court, I'm probably: Sleeping or studying
in 15 years I'd like to be: President of a major business

Nickname: Judge
Major: Phys. Ed.
Favorite NBA team: Lakers
Best player faced: Magic Johnson
Hero: Magic Johnson
Favorite class: Religion and Business Law Communications
Listens to: Soul and Rap
Favorite TV show: The Cosby Show
Shoe size: 111 '
Favorite candy bar: Snickers
Favorite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
When I'm not on the court. I'm probably: Listening to music,
studying, talking to my parents
In 15 years I'd like to be: A successful business person

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Nickname: Stoyks
Major: Cellular Biology
Favorite NBA team: Lakers
Best player faced: Reggie Williams
Hero: Magic Johnson and Garde Thompson
Favorite class: Physics
Listens to: Bryan Adams and rock
Favorite TV show: Miami Vice and St. Elsewhere
Shoe size: 13
Favorite candy bar: Milky Way
Favorite cartoon character: Bugs Bunny
When I'm not on the court, I'm probably: At the DG house or
studying
in 15 years I'd like to be: A successful practicing orthopedic
surgeon

Nickname: The Tarp
Major: Communication
Favorite NBA team: Lakers
Best coaver faced: Dr. J
Favorite class: Law and Liability, Market management
Listens to: Rap
Favorite TV show: The Cosby Show
Shoe size: 14
Favorite candy bar: Snickers
Favorite cartoon character: He-Man
When I'm not on the court, I'm probably: Studying or sleeping
in 15 years I'd like to be: Rich and successful and chilling willing
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