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Page 12S -The Michigan baily - Friday, December 7, 198
Getting
the Most
Money
for Your
Course
Books-
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The Michigan Daily - Friday, December 7,

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.

We resell books in poor con-
dition at a lower price.
Therefore, if the binding 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
Cellar will buy.
NOTE: All prices are more
than 50o 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.*

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
HOURS

* Potential for our being able to
resell the book either to other
bookstores or national
wholesalers.

AUThOR TITLE115
ALLISON Norton Anth.of Poetry-Complete 3rd 17.
ANTON Elementary Linear Algebra 4th 27.
ARONONsocalAnimtral 4th 11 .
A"KNSON ntr to Psychtolgy 8th
BARSON La Grammaire A L'Oeuvre 3rd 1 .
BEACHLEY Introduction to Dynamic System Analysis 1
BEER Mechanics of Materials 81 ed 37.
BERMAN Exploring the Cosmos 4th 28.
BOOTZIN Abnormal Psychology 4th 26.
BREALEY Principles of Corporate Finance 2nd 31 .
BRETZ Pasajes: Lengua 1 6.6
qANOS intermediate Accounting 36.
DELACROIX Gardner's Art through Ages Vol. 2 7th 18.;
DEVORE Probability and Stat. for Eng. and Science 331
ECKERT Animal Physiology 2nd 32.
EL.ECK Strength and Fract of Engineering Solids 39.
FRENCH Graphic Science and Design 4th 36.
FUSFELO Economics SF '82 28.3
GERSTING Math Structures for computer Science 2.9
HALLIAY Fundamentals of Physics 2nd 3t.0
HENNING Financial Markets and Economy 4th 28.
HIMMELBLA Basic Principles and ca c in Chem Engin 4th 38.9
JOHNSON Basic Electric circuit Analysis 2nd 36.9
KRUSE Data Structures and Project Design 2.9
LAZZARINO Prego (texrt) 2nd 26.O
tENNNGERPrinciples of +ocherristry 9
LEIES Elments of Theory oputation 28.
MCCANN Intro to Ordinary DifferentialEquations 27.9
MOELLER Deutsche Heute-Grundstufe 3rd 25.9
NORTON People and a Nation Vol. 2 19.9
PA:M Modeing Analysis and Control Dynamic syst 45.4
PUBYES Life: Science of Biology 32.5
ROBERTS Modern ExperimentalOrganic Chemistry 3rd 30.9
"RT Iternational Trade and Investment 5th 27.9
ROSS First Course in Probability 2nd 29.9
SCHMENNER Production Operations Management 2nd 28.9
SHANK American Politics Policies and Priorities 4th 18.9
SEARS College Physics 5th 35.9
SMITH Psychology:Frontiers of Behavior 2nd 27.5
SONNTAG Intro to Thermodynamics Wiley 2nd 43.4
SPILLER Financial Accounting 4th 29.9
STRAN Linear Albegra 2nd 28.1
STRYER Biochemistry 2nd 37.9
TPLER Modern Physics 299
TUGGLE Assembler Language 20.9
HUGHES Strategic Sales Management
AUERBACH Financial Markets and Institutions
CARLSON Physiology of Behavior
MYERS Social Psychology
ABELL Expoloration of Uniers
CURTIS tioogy
BUSH: Malfunction in ork Environment
ENNINGER Princ and Types of Speech Communication
SEISER Physics
TAMARIN Principles of Genetics
SHILLINSLAW Accounting
SUZUKI Intro to Genetic Analysis
LENARD Elan
GIESECKE Engineering Graphics
IUTHLL Conceptsaito Nursng
I AULERM #anggrganitzations
SEARS >Utniersit hyics
HONOUR Visal Ars k:{}

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

Monday - Friday
Saturday, Dec. 15
Sunday, Dec. 16
Saturday, Dec. 22
Sunday, Dec. 23

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