Tuesday, November 7, 1972
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7
Biophysics Seminar: W. Moore, "Nor-
mal Coordinate Analysis of Secondary
Chlorides and Related Polymers," 618
Physics- Astronomy Bldg.. 1 pm.
Russian & East European Studies
Center: J. Kornai, Inst. of Economics.
Hungarian Academy of Sciences,
"Some Fundamental Questions of Eco-
nomic Growth & Reference to Hun-
garian Long-Tterm Planning," 200 Lane
Hall. 3:30 pin.
LSA Coffee Hour: Botany dept., 1139
Nat. Sci.. 3 pn.
Physics Seminar: R. Choudhury'
Univ. of Delhi. "Soft Bremsstrahlung
Structure Function," P&A Colloquium
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Extension Cerv. & English Dept.:
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Multipurpose Rm., 4:10 pm.
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By DEBBIE ALLEN
A significant amount of today's
election results will be supplied to
the public by University faculty,
students, and computers.
The Center for Political Studies,
a unit of the University's Institute
for Social Research, will send a'
team of experts to the American
Broadcasting Company's election-
night computing facilities in Pa-
basis of the accuracy of past pre-
dictions and because they repre-
sent a particular ethnic or eco-
nomic group. Results from Wyan-
dotte, Mi., a small city which is
primarily working class, for ex-
ample, could be used to predict
how other working class areas will
By using computers to extapo-
late the results of vote compari-
sons, the team expects to predict
the nutcome oft ct nd ninnl
ulcUUL;Uri o stae ananioa
The team, led by the center's r
director, Prof. Warren Miller, will .
compare early returns from key; The team will also analyze a
precincts across the United States national pre-election voter survey'
to past voting patterns. The pre- of 1500 to 2000 people, a sample
cincts analyzed are chosen on the large enough to predict voter at-
titudes on major issues with an
error of only a few percent.
The team has been in New York
for several days preparing for the
election and briefing ABC anchor-
men Howard K. Smith and Harry
Press and United Press Interna-
tional have purchased time from
the University computer to provide
voting statistics to almost every
daily newspaper and broadcasting
station in the state.
The computer will process infor-
mation on the five statewide propo-
sitions on today's ballot, the race
for the State Supreme Court and
the State House of Representatives
It will also serve as a back-up
source of Michigan data in the
presidential, congressional and sen-
atorial races for the National News
The project will use 32 terminal
operators, most of whom are frn
the University, and up to 29 com-
puter terminals at the peak fe-
porting time. But University fac-
ulty and staff will still be able to
use the computer,, said Charles
Engle, a research assistant for the
In another project, Associated computing center.
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at the Michigan Union
1st Floor, Faculty Club Lounge
TODAY (after you vote)
1:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
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for the Holidays!
Bring in any kind of camera, from an Instamatic
to a Nikon to a movie camera, and our sales
personnel will go over it thoroughly:
S* SIX PO INT CHECK *
Checked for accuracy
2. FILM WIND
Checked for. working
3. ELECTRIC EYE
Checked for proper
4. FLASH CONTACTS
Leave your camera with us for a couple of days
and we will check it over at
YOU WILL BE GIVEN A STATUS SHEET ON YOUR CAMERA,
ABOVE: Following the "listen-in," students will be
free to ask any technical questions and get "on the
spot" answers about high-fidelity in general and
Pioneer equipment specifically. Engineers and tech-
nicians from both Hi-Fi Buys and Pioneer will be on
LEFT: At this musical rap session, you will be free to
listen to your favorite discs or tapes on good high-,
fidelity equipment . . . an experience you may not
yet have experienced. We will answer your questions
personally after several talks throughout the day on
different hi-fi topics . . . or if you want . . . just
stop in and pick up a free copy of the book entitled
"UNDERSTANDING HIGH FIDELITY." All we want
is for you to know what's available in'quality sound
for a given price before you get into a system. We
think you'll be surprised! Stop by and see and hear us.
be checked on
A Polaroid pro'2lem usually can
be traced to the batteries or
battery contacts. Your Polaroid's
developing rollers will be
cleaned and your shutter will
ELECTRIC EYE CAMERAS
Most better cameras have battery operated electric eyes. These bat.
teries should be changed once a year and the contacts cleaned.
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