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January 25, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… Under a deal with Apple Computers He als Inc., the sales of four types of Apple systems c computers, including the Macintosh "We jus model unveiled in New York yesterday, going. tos may begin by early…

… prices, afraid they will invite competitors able to offer bargains because their parts and labor are cheap compared to that purchased with the strong dollar. 'U' to sell computers to students, By…

…. purchase 800 computers from the com- The Ma pany for substantially reduced prices. price of$ University officials are hoping close percent d ties with the company will make it which re easier for students…

… and professors to $5,500, de purchase and use computers, while Ap- discounte ple is using the deals to. tap a large The Ap student market. close to th Although the University is hoping to "THEl begin…

… taking orders for the computers Macintosh by next week, officials are unsure of ple is notz how much the computers will cost and the HIe to how long the company will take to high scho deliver. Marks GREG…

… MARKS, a University com-S staff ystems manager and chief of the program, said the rg for the computers arrived y and the University will an- he prices next week. o said that delivery of the could take…

… some time. st don't know how fast Apple is ship," Marks said. "We still ave any models to even te with." NIVERSITY will sell four dif- mputers: the Macintosh, the Apple Ile, and the Apple III. acintosh…

January 25, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

… the importance of establishing import quotas on shoes made abroad in a Washington news conference yesterday. Apple, 'U' make deal; computer sales blossom (Continued from Page 1) By GEOFF JOHNSON Circe…

… to use the computers. The center also will be available to train students who purchase computers from somewhere other than the University, Marks said. Most students reacted positively to the Apple deal…

… the computer retail business, thus competing with local merchants for a large segment of Ann Arbor's high-tech market," Lochner said. "We support Apple products being used internally, but question the…

… the Huron River where they held him under the water until he drowned. COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MAJORS THE MOVE IS ONTO nM I ... A REMARKABLE COMPUTER COMPANY with locations…

… throughout the U.S. and Canada. ROLM's breadth and diversity are apparent in its expanding divisions: TELECOMMUNICATIONS designs and manufactures digital computer-controlled business communication systems for…

…. MIL-SPEC COMPUTER develops, manufactures and sells ruggedized computer systems. MOVE ON TO THE FREEDOM OF ROLM, where high value is placed on personal intitiative, creativity and rapid career movement…

… with a high'degree of initiative, strong communication skills and demonstrated leadership abilities. For this recruiting season, we are primar- ily seeking computer science and electrical engineering…

… sharing and stock pur- chase plan. 3-month paid sabbatical after 6 continuous years of employ- ment. Active housing program for all new hires. will only be allowed to purchase one computer each, and will…

Computer Center and the School of Education are teaming up to provide technical and educational training to buyers. The two units will form a Microcom- puter Education Center to show studen- ts and staff how…

… long." Paula Johnson, another sophomore computer science major, said the plan 'sounds like a good idea." Local computer dealers who sell Ap- ple computers were considerably less enthused. Anita Lochner…

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