Spring 1998

Ex Libris
Books by JMU alumni
All the Rage
The Life of an NFL Renegade

1997 Andrews
McNeel Publishing
ISBN 0836235878
By Charles Haley
with Joe Layden

Legendary Dallas Cowboy defensive end and the only man ever to win five Super Bowl rings, describes his career as a defensive player for the Super Bowl-winning San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys, and details his experience (and run-ins) with some of the most famous names in professional football.

Haley describes what it's like to be a member of the most popular sports franchise in the world, the Dallas Cowboys. He has opinions and stories about some of football's most famous players - Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Deion Sanders, Joe Montana, Ronnie Lott, Steve Young - and he discusses what it was like to play for Bill Walsh and George Seifert in San Francisco and Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer in Dallas. And he candidly talks about Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, a man with whom Haley has more than a little in common.

All the Rage is also a frank, outspoken look at the heavy price professional football extracts from its players. Haley explains how he coped with the excruciating back surgeries he withstood to keep himself in the game, and how "pain management" became his method of coping.

	
Lighthouses of Virginia:
The Quick and Easy Guide to All Virginia Lighthouses

1988 TRXIV Publishing
ISBN 0966079957
By Jerry Zaccaria ('73/'79 M.Ed.)

Zaccaria earned a B.S. in elementary education and an M.Ed. in school administration from JMU.

From Assateague Island, through the Chesapeake Bay and into the Potomac River, Lighthouses of Virginia is a pictorial reference to the history, location and style of all remaining lighthouses located on Virginia waterways. The book gives information about accessibility of the light, directions for locating it, historical data and architecture. This is the first book written exclusively about Virginia's lighthouses and includes rare interior color photographs of each, a feature not readily available in other works.

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