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Monday, April 5, 1965
The Daily Nebraskan
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ALL THE BOOKS YOU
Thousands of books for good reading
fiction, religion, textbooks, music and many
others are pitched into a pile to sell all you
can carry for $1.00. If you don't like the
selection the first day -try the next day or
the next as new books are added to this
Included with our stacks Of 99c books re hun
dreds of Golden Books -including Golden Geog
raphy, Golden Treasury of Fairy Tales, Golden
Biology and many, many others.
50th ANNIVERSARY SL PRICE 89c
117. THE GAY GENIUS. This little known Su Tungpo
becomes a biographical reality because of the
author Lin Yutang. Su Tungpo was a poet, humani
tarian and "prowler in the moonlight." In spite of
the time span, documental evidence is abundant
lor the biography of so rare a being.
Regular Price $4.50
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE. 99c
121. THE NUDE DESCENDING A STAIRCASE. This col
lection of poems is the first of X. J. Kennedy. A rare
intention gives significant intellectual growth.
X. J. Kennedy is a new, young poet who has rapidly
Regular Price $2 50
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122. AMERICA THE VINCIBLE. Emmet John Hughes
pleads for a nation so dedicated and so conceived
as ours. America's role in world affairs is critically
appraised in this book which is intended to disturb
and trouble every complacent citizen.
Regular Price $3 95
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Self-pronouncing text (King James Version) Red
tetter, overlapping Wortex binding (looks like
leather). Red edges, Bible Paper Presentation
page, family register.
Regular Price $2 50
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE.-...-..,.,.. 99c
Revised Standard Version-Large Print Edition -Hard
back cloth cover.
Regular Price $2.50
90th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE. 99c
127. FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. R. 6. Casey has apt
ly titled his book which concerns Australia's close
link with the United States and essential diplo
matic fforti during the Cold War.
Regular Price $3.00
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE. 39c
12B.THE PURE PRINCIPLE. Y. Keshava Menon of
lers SHANKARA to all who can evaluate philosophi
cal Insight with regard to Self and the external
world. Shankara was an Indian philosopher who
possessed a spiritual freedom with which the
author wishes to acquaint you.
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134. MOW TO BUII D AND OPERATE A MOBILE HOME
PARK. Some 128 pages and 65 illustrations may
offer new concepts to moderns who prefer the
preferred. L. C. Michelson gives mobile living new
dimensions in his greatly needed book.
Regular Price $4 00
BOth ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE ...m.,39c
Just a portion of our Golden
ATTACHE CASES. Regular Pric $10 95 inc. lax.
SOtti ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE ... $5.59 inc. tax.
FOUNTAIN PEN DESK SETS. Regular Price $4.50
SOtti ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 50 OFF
FLUORESCENT STUDY LAMPS. Regular Price $9 95
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JUMBO STEEL STORAGE FILES. Regular Price $3 50
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COLORED PENCIL SETS. Regular Price $130
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136. J.F.K. THE WAN AND THE MYTH. This book is
Victor Lasky's answer to the question of Kennedy's
stupendous successes. The author has compiled
hundreds of little-known facts, amply supported
by both conservative and liberal political sources.
Regular Price $7.95
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE... 199
141. THE GOLDEN 00K OF CAMPING. No cans of
beans for the camper who reads this book and
what's more no injuries for the careful reader who
will find new knowledge about the uses of knives
and axes. The author, Gordon Lynn, is a boy scout
counselor and guide.
Regular Price $1.99
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE G9c
BETTY CROCKER COOKBOOKS
lllust tod with color pictures and drawings. Each
spira' bound with pages that lie flat and wipeclean
covers. Some of these were damaged in shipment
so we will sell - While they last!
1 . Outdoor Cookbook
2. Good & Easy Cookbook
3. Boys & Girls Cookbook
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 19c a.
142. "DADDY TELL ME A STORY" by George L. Jack
son. A book of stones for Mom or Dad to read to
the child or can be read by the young reader. Stor
ies with action, plot and climax to stimulate the
Regular Price $2.95
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 129
143. THE ROAD TO FAITH. This book tells of one
man's journey on the narrow road to selfreali7
tion. Will Oursler draws upon his own wide experi
ences for the presentation of truths basic to all
faiths amidst the complexities of modern life.
Regular Price $3.50
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 69c
PIECES OF SCULPTURE
Eternal Idol Pieta
The Kiss Praying Hands
Town Crier The Thinker
Bust of Lincoln
ART PRINTS, PICTURE FRAMES,
ORIGINAL OILS 20 off
Anniversary Supply Specials!
CLIP BOARDS. Masonlta, Letter Size. Reg Price 55c
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 39C
SPIRAL STENO NOTEBOOKS. Regular Price 25c
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 2 f 0 r 2 5 C
SCRATCH PADS. Assorted Sizes
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WRITING TABLETS. Regular Price Z9c
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE....
SWEAT SHIRTS. U. of N., Rummage Tabla,
Regular Price $2.95 to $3.25
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PR1CE.... $1 .03
NEBRASKA BOOK STORE has been in operation "facing the
campus" for fifty years.., serving the students of the Univer
sity of Nebraska and the people of Lincoln. After living in one
house for half a century, it is time to really clean house for a
fresh start this Spring. This is exactly what we plan to do...really
clean house with so many book bargains you will be amazed.
Thousands of books... some Originally selling for
$3 95 and over. Including hundreds ot young read
ers borrts with such titles as:
Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty
Quick Draw McGraw
Baby's first Christmas
Dale Evans Prayer Book
SOtti ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 19c ei.
146. THE SUPER AMERICANS. Texas is the subject
of this wmsomely factual book by John Bainbridge
in which the Texans are magnified and finally re
vealed as similar to all Americans. This is a book of
inspired social writing enhanced by the literary
skill of the author.
Regular Price $5 95
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE ,.,.... 69c
Hundreds of craft books-nature, Indian, camping
and others. Also song books, animal books, poetry
books and Bible stories. Good for young or old.
These books usually sell for many times over.
SOth ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE 69c ea.
Thousands of books for $1.99 each. Some orig
inally sold for as high as $20.00. These include art
books, young readers books, scientific books and
hundreds of others. Some of the young readers
books include regular $5.00 books such as:
Kipling -Jungle Books
Lite-tpic of American
The Human Body
Carson -The Sea Around Us
The American Indian
World ot Science
Golden Book of Myths and Legends
Book of Scouting
Book of Robin Hood
AMERICAN COLLEGE DICTIONARY. New $6.00- Sale
DICTIONARY Of CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN USAGE.
A ready reference guide to the effective use of
New $6 95
SOth ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE T-89
funk I WagnBlls Standard Dictionary of English
language -International Edition. Including abbre
viations commonly in use, world populations and
other references. 1963 copyright, over 1500 pages,
2 Vol. Duplex Binding.
Regular Price $35.00
SOtti ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE B.95
Thousands of these books are new from publishers
...some slightly damaged in shipment.
We are selling books for less than the cost of paper.
50TH ANNIVERSARY SALE STARTS
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1 53. THE SECRET WORLD OF KIDS. Five year old:
""I've got the smartest dog. AH I have to say is 'Are
you coming in or arent you?' and he either comes
in or doesn't." Art Lmkletter has found a marvelous
source -children - and it is trom these children and
their secret world That the reader will gam new
Regular Price $3 50
SOth ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE.-. 69c
1ST. THE WORKS OF PLATO. A. 1our-volume Jowett
Translation is complete in this one book which
contains "The Republic." "The Symposium" and
other famous platonic dialogues. This is the first
one-volume edition of Plato's works and contains
Jowett's -enlightening analysis of the dialogues.
The metaphysical, ethical and political ideas of
Plato can be found in the 1738 pages of this re
Regular Price $6.95
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE...-.-........ -V99
OUR PAPERBACK GALLERY
20 OFF ENCYCLOPEDIAS AND SETS
for this 50th Anniversary sale we will allow any
additional 20 discount tor all Encyclopedias and
Sets-this is in addition to the 30-50 discount
Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia
Book of Knowledge
50 DISCOUNT off new price on reference book
and miscellaneous dictionaries in reference room:
158. KNOW NEBRASKA. By Bruce Nicoll and Ken
Keller. 1961 edition. A good reference book on
Nebraska for the young reader. Limited supply
while they iBSt.
Regular Price $3.B0
50th ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICE.... ...1 JJ0
APRIL 5TH - 8:00 A.M.
Nebraska Book Store
1135 R Street Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
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No phone orders, pleBse.
Store hours: Monday through Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 ji.m.
ing high school football stars
In the nation has signed a let
ter of intent to attend the Uni
versity of Nebraska next fall,
Coach Devaney has an
Devaney said Nester (Bus
ter) Yannon, 5-10li, 205-pound
high school All A m e r i c a n
from Central Catholic High
School in Steubenville, Ohio
has signed with the Cornhusk
ers. "AVe couldn't be happier,"
Coach Devaney said upon
learning that Yannon had
made his derision to attend
Nebraska. "Buster is a fine
boy and a great football play
er. We are elated that be has
decided to become a Corn-
husker football player, and
gain his college education at
the University of Nebraska."
Yannon carried the ball 212
times and averaged 8 yards
per carry last fall. He also
punted for a 35-yard average.
The husky Steubenville star
made a host of honors during
his senior campaign. Among
them: Prep All America by
New York Times, Prep A 1 1-
Amencan and Scholastic
Magazine; Ohio All State by
United Press International
and Associated Press; honor
ary captain of the All Eastern
Ohio District team; "Back of
the Year" and the "Mr.
Touchdown" award in Steu
benville. Yannon, in gaining "Back
of the Year" honors in Ohio,
followed in the footsteps of
Harry Wilson, also a Stenben
ville product who now is star
ring for the Cornhuskers.
In selecting Nebraska, Yan
non will also be joining three
other Huskers, in addition to
Wilson, who hail from the
Steubenville area. They are
center Steve Schaefer, full
back Bob Weinman and All
Big 8 end Tony Jeter, who is
from nearby Weirton, W. Va.
Yannon gained over 1,693
yards rushing last fall to
eclipse the ground-gaining
record set by Wilson in 1962.
The Cornhuskers this week
end added Sam Buda, 245
pound tackle from Creighton
PreD. to the growing list ot
outstanding high school ma
terial from Nebraska who
have signed letters of intent
with the Huskers. The Husk
ers have now garnered all the
Nebraska prep stars that
Presented To 7
Five sophomores, a junior
and a senior have earned var
sity wrestling letters for the
1964-65 season, first-year
Coach Orval Borgialli an
nounced this weekend.
AH win return except 167
pound senior Ken Fox, who
was awarded his tmrd letter.
The Huskers wound up with
a 5-11-1 dual record for the
season and finished sixth in
the Big Eight Conference
Championships. Lav erne Al
ters, 191-pounder, was second
in the meet, and heavyweight
Carel Stith placed third. Both
ADers also won a football
letter as a guard on the 1964
Big Eight championship
The Ittttermen: La Verne Al
ters, soph., Davenport, la.;
Rick Allgood, jr., Lincoln;
Ben Barends, soph., Washing
ton, NJ.; Ken Fox, sr., Lin
coln; Dale Huff, soph-, Fre
mont; Bidhie Kerr, soph.,
Washington, N J.; Carel Stith,
"'Old man winter, that eld
man winter lie jus . . ," The
song may be mixed up, but
then so is the weatherman.
Baseball, football, and rao
nicking succumbed to the
winter-like weather again this
weekend, but hopes for th
'spring' activities are optim
istically held by die-hard Ne
braska sports ians.
Football practice should be
gin today, but Coadh Tony
Sharpe must feel the fates ar
against him as he looks out
side and thinks about eevea
straight cancblled games with
the Missouri Tigers invading
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