Hmmm, maybe it's not an upsilon? I may be unused to the capital letters...on the cover of the book, the second word starts with a letter that looks to me like a formalized saguaro cactus. Or a 'u' with a line through it. The rest of the word is definitely an epsilon mu alpha tau alpha.
Y'all are fast to respond on this board, which is satisfying to an instant gratification fiend like me. If I could step out of work for ten minutes, I'd be in the basement of the Borders across the street trying to fumble my way through a Greek-Eng. dictionary...
Thanks for the help you've already given me!