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Page 12-Wednesday, December 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Money for Your Books
Tips from the
ability to buy a
Reported usage in
History of usage in
Whether or not the
book is the most
Probability of a future
General physical condition
of the book -particularly
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.
M "d'r' ° . ' ',
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
There are many
others for which
we will pay half
price or more!!
for text books
The University Cellar anticipat
heavy demand for used copies
following books for the Winter
"NOTE: All prices are more than 50% of the list price, and wi
higher at the Cellar than quoted here if publishers should raise ti
prices before Winter classes begin.
PUBL. FOR G
AUTHOR TITLE LIST PRICE COPIES W
ABRAMS Norton Anth of English Literature Vol. I 4th '79 14.95
ADAMS Lab Experiments in Organic Chemistry 7th '79 20.95 11
ANIKOUCHINE World Ocean 2nd'81 19.95 10
ARNASON History of Modern Art 2nd '77 22.95 1'
BARRETT Constitutional Law 6th '81 27.50 15
BEER Mechanics of Materials 26.95 1
BERMAN Exploring the Cosmos 3rd '80 19.95 11
BLUM National Experience Part 115th '81 13.95
BOYCE Elementary Differential Equations 3rd '77 23.95 1
CARLSON Electrical Engineering 27.95 1
CARNAHAN Digital Computing, Fortran IV, WATFIV, MTS, '79 ed. 13.50
CHANG Chemistry 23.95 1
DORNBUSCH Macroeconomics 2nd '81 19.95 1
ECKERT Animal Physiology 26.95 14
FLINN Engineering Materials & their Applications 2nd '81 23.95 1
GARDNER Art Through the Ages Vol I or Vol 117th '80 14.95
GIESECKE Engineering Graphics 3rd '81 25.95 1
GILLETT Calculus and Analytic Geometry 29.95 1
GLEITMAN Psychology 18.95 Ic
GRANT Principles of Engineering Economy 6th ed 24.95 1
HAGIWARA Theme et Variations 2nd '81 18.95 1
HALLIDAY Fundamentals of Physics 2nd '81 27.95 1
HAMBURG Statistical Anal. for Decision Making 2nd '77 21.95 1
HETHERINGTON Child Psychology 2nd '79 21.95 1
HOFFMANN Calculus for Soc., Managerial, & Life Sci. 2nd '80 18.95 1
HORNGREN Cost Accounting 4th '77 25.95 1
JOHN Winters of the World 21.95 1
KEETON Biological Science 3rd '80 24.95 1
KEMP Organic Chemistry 28.95 1
KIESO Intermediate Accounting 3rd '80 28.95 1
KNORRE Puntos de Partida 18.95 1
LAZZARINO Prego: Invitation to Italian 18.95 1
LEHNINGER Biochemistry 2nd '75 34.95 1
LENARD Elan 17.955
MARION General Physics w/Bioscience Essays 26.95 1
MATHES Designing Technical Reports 19.95 1
McCONNELL Economics 8th '81 20.95 1
MOELLER Deutsche Heute 2nd '79 17.50
MUSGRAVE Public Finance in Theory and Practice 3rd '81 23.95 1
PEMBER Mass Media in America 3rd '81 13.95
RAY Global Politics 16.25
REDD Behavior Modification 18.95 1
REMINGTON Statistics w/Applications to Bio & Health Sci 24.95 1
ROSS First Course in Probability 20.95 1
SAMUELSON Economics 11th '80 20.95 1
SHANK American Politics, Policies & Priorities 3rd '81 13.95
SMITH Business Law 4th '77 20.95 1
SMITH Perspectives on World Politics 12.95
STREETER Fluid Mechanics 7th '79 28.00 1
STREETMAN Solid State and Electronic Devices 2nd '80 27.95 1
STRYER Biochemistry 2nd '81 29.95 1
SWOKOWSKI Fundamentals of Algebra & Trigonometry 5th'81 21.25 1
TIPLER Modern Physics 21.95 1
VANDER Human Physiology 3rd '80 24.95 1
VAN VLACK Elements of Materials Science & Engineering 4th'80 23.95 1
VAN WYLEN Fundamentals of Classical Thermodyn Si Vers Rev. 2nd 26.95 1
WALGENBACH Principles of Accounting 2nd '80 22.95 1
WATSON Price Theory and its Uses 5th '81 20.95 1
WILLIAMS Towards a Self Managed Life Style 2nd '79 9.50
WOLFE Curso Intermedio Espanol 13.95
WE WILL BE BUYING MANY OTHER TITLES FOR HALF OF LIST PRICE OR MORE IN DEC. AND FIRST WEEK OF JANU
WE ALSO USUALLY PAY MORE THAN WHOLESALE (NATIONAL MARKET VALUE) FOR BOOKS NOT BEING USED NE
and future usage
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 sell now or later.
On most books this will be higher
than wholesale prices.
sharply, so sell
your books now!
Located in the
just across from the pinball room.
Open Monday through Friday 9-5
Saturday, December 19, open 10-5
Sunday, December 20, open 12-5.
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