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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 9, 1983
Getting
ffe Ms tM
forYour
Course
Books

The Michigan Daily -Friday,

Generally, our,
ability to buy a
book depends
on the following
saleability
factors:
* Reported usage in
future courses.
* History of usage in
past courses.
- Whether or not the
book is the most
recent edition.
* Probability of a future
new edition.
- General physical condition
of the book-particularly
the binding.
* Potential for our being able to
resell the book either to other
bookstores or national
wholesalers.r

We resell books in poor con-
dition at a lower price.
Therefore, if the bindkin is
broken, or if the book is heavily
marked, we must pay lower
prices for it.
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
situation arises, so that you
can decide whether to sell now
or later. On most books this will
be higher than wholesale prices.
Trade books (those small, pre-
priced, paperback books of
mass market variety) generally
get 25% to 33% of the
publishers' list (cover) price.

We anticipate a
heavy demand
for used copies
of titles listed
here for the
Winter Term.
However, this is
only a partial
list of the
course books
which the
NOTE: All prices are more
than 50% of the list price and
will be even higher at the Cellar
than quoted here, if publishers
should raise their list prices
before Winter classes begin.
We will be buying many other
titles for half of list price or
more in Dec. and first week of
January!! We also usually pay
more than wholesale (national
market value) for books not
being used next term.*

AUTHOR
ABELL
ABRAMS
ANTON
BA RACK
BEER
BLUM
BRETZ
BUTTERS
CARLSON
COP'
CURTIS
DAZZO
ECKERT
EMPEY
FOLEY
FOX
FUSFELD,
GARVIN
GIESECKE
HAGIWARA
HALLIDAY
HIMMELBLAU
HORNGREN
INCROPERA
KARNOPP
KEMP
KOFFMAN
LEHNINGER
LEVIN
MATHES
MCCORMICK
PALM
ROOT
ROSMAN
SEARS
SHILLINGLAW
SMITH
SONTAG
STRYER
TIPLER
VANDER
VAN VLACK
WEISS

TITLE
Exploration of the Universe 4th
Norton Anth. of English Lit vol I 4th
Elementary Linear Algebra 3rd
Mosaik-Deutsche Grammatik
Mechanics of Materials 81 ed
Nat'l Experience Part 2 5th
Pasajes: Lengua
Case Problems in Finance 8th
Electrical Engineering
Intro to Logic 6th
Invitation to Biology 3rd
Linear Control System Anal & Design 2nd
Animal Physiology 2nd
American Delinquency Rev. ed.
Fundamentals of Ineractive Comp Graphic
Intro to Fluid Mechanics 2nd
Economics: Princ of Political Economy 82
Contemporary Group Work
Engineering Graphics 3rd
Theme et Variations 2nd
Fundamentals of Physics 2nd
Basic Principles and Calc in Chem Engin4
Cost Accounting 5th
Fundamentals of Heat Transfer
Intro to Dynamics
Organic Chemistry
Problem Solving and Struct Prog in Pasca
Principles of Biochemistry
Earth through Time 2nd
Designing Technical Reports
Human Factors in Engin and Design 5th
Model Analysis and Control Dynamic Syste
Internat'l Trade and Investments 5th
Tapestry of Culture
College Physics 5th
Accounting-Management Approach 7th
Psychology 2nd
Intro to Thermodynamics Wiley 2nd
Biochemistry 2nd
Modern Physics
Human Physiology 3rd
Elements of Materials Seicne and Engin 4
Human Biology and Behavior 3rd

After the first
few days of
classes, demand.
for textbooks
decreases
sharply.
The University
Cellar recom-
mends that
students sell
their books now
for maximum
cash return.
341 East Liberty

w

....andsellus
your dropped
textbooks
while they still
have value.
This is only a
partial list of
titles we'll buy.

BEISER
BEACHLEY
MITCHELL
TAMARIN
EHNINGER
GARDNER
WHIPKEY
CRANDALL
WATSON
MANOFF
BUSH
NADLER
GIANCOLI
BAILYN
SUZUKI
LENARD
WASER
KREUTLER

Physics
Intoduction Dynamic System Analysis
Concepts Basic to Nursing
Principles of Genetics
Princ and Types of Speech Communicati
Principles of Genetics
Power of Calculus
Intro to mech of Solids
Price Theory and Its Uses
Music (with 2 records)
Reintroduction Human Sexuality
Managing Organizations
Physics
Great Republic
Intro to Genetic Analysis
Elan
Chemistry One
Nutrition in Perspective

Monday - Friday

9-6 pm

Saturday
Saturday
Sunday

Dec.10
Dec.17
Dec.18

10-5
10-5
12-5

pm
pm
pm

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