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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 18,1987-- Page 7

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WVORK-STUDY Positions available in the
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call 764-4311.
PERFECT FOR STUDENTS!
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GOING PLACES
GREAT COMMISSION STUDENTS
Christian open house 7:30 September 15th.
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WANTED: U of M football tickets. 668-
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costs. $460/mo. Call Lomne 996-2393
MALE NON-SMOKER wanted immediately
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ByTHOMAS MACKINN ON
Thirty University students will be
among the ninety thousand people
expected to greet Pope John Paul
tonight in the Pontiac Silverdome.
The students obtained their tickets
through a drawing held by the St.
Mary's Student Chapel, which
serves a large part of the Universi-
ty's Catholic community.
Preparations by area Catholics for
the Pontiff's visit has been "nothing
out of the ordinary" said Father
William Stevenson, of St. Mary's.
"We have been praying for the suc-
cess of the Pope's visit, and we are
hoping he will display an openness
towards the concerns of Catholics in
America."
Father Stevenson said St. Mary's
role was limited because the Pope is
being welcomed by the archdiocese
of Detroit; Ann Arbor is a member
of the Lansing archdiocese. "If we
were in the Detroit archdiocese,
which is the focus, we would be

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more involved, " he said.
The University has an active
Catholic community, with about
four thousand people regularly at-
tending St. Mary's. Eighty percent

of these are students, with Universi-
ty faculty and staff comprising the
rest, Father Stevenson said. Each of
the four masses the church holds ev-
ery Sunday is "packed," Father
Stevenson said.

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Macintosh" personal computers have
been getting quite an education over the
past few years. From faculty members
and administrators at colleges and uni-
versities worldwide.
And based in no small part on what
we've learned in higher education, we:
proudly introduce two new classes of -
higher technology:
The Macintosh SE.
And the Macintosh II.
The SE is a direct descendant of the
Macintosh Plus-the computer that's
performing brilliantly in school even as
we speak.
Like all Macintoshes both larger and
smaller, it's extremely simple to learn.

point-and-click commands and pull-
down menus.
So once you've learned the basics,
you can concentrate on learning all kinds
of other things. Or teaching them, for
that matter
And like the Macintosh Plus, the SE
comes standard with a 32-bit Motorola
68000 microprocessor and a full mega-
byte of internal memory expandable to
4 megabytes.
But since SE is short for "System Ex-
pansion,"'you can o a lot further
You get your choice of either two
internal800K disk drives or one 800K
drive plus an internal 20-megabyte
SCSI hard disk. So you can store tremen-

old floppy disk shuffle.
You also get a choice of keyboards.
Either a Macintosh Plus-1i,-^nnfiguration,
or one complete with function keys for
more specialized applications.
For an even brighter future, the SE
has its very own expansion slot. So you
can add cards that let you do everything
from tie into the campus computer net-
work to work with data created on
MS-DOS computers.
Now between the Macintosh Plus
and the Macintosh SE, most of the fac-
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mance personal computer, we present
the Macintosh I. The Open Macintosh.
It's the fastest Macintosh yet. With an
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You can expand its standard 1 mega-
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byte of memory up to 8 megabytes on
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gigabytes of memory through the slots.
You can add an internal 20, 40 or
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And the Macintosh II has 6 expansion
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the future may hold. .
Like an Ethernet interface card for
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Yet powerful as it is, the Macintosh II
hasn't forgotten its first name.
It can still run most advanced Mac-
intosh business and academic software.
And it's still supported by all those
great programs that made Macintosh a
hit on campus. For example, Kinko's
Academic Courseware Exchange, Apple's .
faculty journal, Wheelsf/r theMinda and
academic conferences.
So if your department is actively re-
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review the qualifications of any or all
the Macintoshes.
Because our family is ready to make
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