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September 16, 1987 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-09-16

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table of
contents

Electronic Living ...
College Is Just the Beginning
Make space in your life for the latest
must-have electronic equipment.

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"The student with a
PC of his or her
own has a definite
advantage when it
comes to the com-
petitive edge in
achieving academic
success."
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Making the Grade with Computers
PCs give student standouts an edge.
Come On In and Steal My Stuff
Why invite theft? Use common-sense
security measures to protect your elec-
tronic equipment.
Push-button Brain Power
Rely on hand-held calculators for a
memory boost.

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"Your goal is to get
a quality electronic
watch that meets
your needs at a
price that's right for
you."

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Product Showcase
What's on the market

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"Technological advances mean a lot more
power in the palm of your hand."
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Who Wants to Know?
A question-and-answer column

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Copyright v 1987 CASS COMMUNICATIONS, INC., Evanston, IL. Material in this issue
may not be reproduced in whole or part without permission from the publisher. Publication
Offices: General Learning Corporation, 60 Revere Drive, Northbrook, IL (312) 564-4070.

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