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December 02, 1916 (vol. 27, iss. 53) • Page Image 5

… refreshments followed as usual, apples and doughnuts vieing with each other for popularity. Efficiency Bureau of New York Uni- versity Places Many Men The efficiency bureau of the New York University, which was…

computed scientifically. This regime with plenty of exercise cannot fail to add something to the lives of our citizen soldiers." GIVES ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON TRANSPORTING EXPLOSIVES Col. James L. Taylor of…

December 18, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 73) • Page Image 2

… meets at 7:30 p.m. in the M.E. computing room. Adelphi House of Representatives meets in its room at 7:30 p.m. Charles A. Orr, instructor in the Department of Economics, will speak to the House on the…

…-I ting in the midst of West Point in which youthful, apple-cheeked Dick Powell and demure, perennially pop- ular Ruby Keeler can sing, love, and get into trouble and get out of it, "success" is the word to…

December 18, 1934 (vol. 45, iss. 73) • Page Image 2

….E. computing room. TeLtea tdn lbwl p. he E mu rgo caroling on Thursday evening at CAe7 o'clock. They will leave from the Called Boon To Adejphi House of Representatives . ., rnt uhrnCuc nWl - _,_ ~n . ..Tii…

… musical "Flir- tation Walk" in the light of a cine- mnatic fripponery which is intended to entertain through an ingenious set. ting in the midst of West Point in which youthful, apple-cheeked Dick Powell…

December 16, 1936 (vol. 47, iss. 68) • Page Image 2

… weeks of unem- ployment before benefits begin. The unemployed person will be entitled to 60 per cent of his regular salary, he said, with the weekly amount be- ing computed by taking 1-13 of the quarterly…

… the dignity of the engineering professors is going to be upheld by Prof. William G. Dow of the electrical engineering depart- ment.E Apple Polishing Advice According to an announcement made by Jerome…

… Weisner, '37E, presi- dent of the society, the evening will commence quite unostentatiously. All those attending will be given books on "Apple Polishing." "These," said Mr. Weisner, "will serve as the third…

December 11, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 65) • Page Image 1

… that Ein- stein was just five-onehundreths of a second of arc off in his computations-a tiny fraction of one degree of a circle. "Einstein's theory of relativity had been already substantiated by the…

… yesterday were ones where Alger was given the best chance to gain votes." Unofficial sources place the cost of the recount at $2,000. By BOB APPLE Playing before a jam-packed house, the Union Opera's musical…

December 07, 1955 (vol. 66, iss. 59) • Page Image 6

… "Bandquet". at 6:30J p.m. today in the Golden Apples Room of the Tower Hotel. Sponsored by Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary band fraternity, , the¢ "Bandquet" is the traditional cul- mination of the Band's yearly ac…

…. for Research, Devel., Design, Computation of Stresses, Strains, Shak- ing Forces, and Vibrations. Eaton Manufacturing Co., Foundry Div., Vassar, Mich.-B.S. in Ind., Mech., and Metal. for Devel., and…

December 07, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 67) • Page Image 7

…, prune), apple turnovers. etc. RALPH'S MARKET (formerly Freeman's) 709 Packard NO 2-3175 "Just two doors from the Blue Front' )J129 RELAX THIS CHRISTMAS Let us Set up your Christmas Tree! Trees brought…

… ELECTROMECHANICAL APPARATUS. Radar, infrared, sonar, magnetic detection; computers, timers, telemetering, intercom, optics, microwave systems; transform- ers, lenses for the Apparatus division. BASIC AND APPLIED…

December 18, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 76) • Page Image 8

Computer Programming. B.S. in Math, Physics, or Elec. Engrg. To k ait in th. formulation of computational aspects of problems arising in the'field of iia- sile and space vehicle engrg. Karmazin Corp…

… Monday, Dec. 22 Will reopen Friday, Dec. 26 LEO PING Closed Monday 118 WEST LIBERTY NO 2-5624 oc=>oc=>oc=>0o :oe=:>o e=ooc o The GOLDEN APPLES Restaurant .. . features fo, your enjoyment 4 CHICKEN…

December 19, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 77) • Page Image 5

…; Cinema Guild Board-Daniel Scholoz- man, Chairman Kathryn A. Kay, Ar- Howard Nack, Maxine Apple; Human Relations Board-Frances Sandra Sha- man, Linda S. Smith, Arlene Wolinsky, Ruth Bers; Early Registration…

…. with 5 yrs. computing exp. Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich., has opening for a Mathematician. Ph.D. or equivalent in math. Should have exp. In machine calculation. This po- sition is with the Textile…

December 10, 1959 (vol. 70, iss. 65) • Page Image 5

…, Reliability Engr., Gyro Engr., Digital Computer Engr. and Analyst, Electronic Packaging Engr., Product Design Engr., Environmental Tests Engr., Transistor Application Engr., Bombing Navigation Computer Systems…

… 2-3175 "Just two doors from the Blue Front 40 STUDENTS: Remember mom and da4 and take home U.S. No. one appl from Michigan beautifully boxe Get your order in early. Apple Hi Orchard on Willis Road off…

December 07, 1965 (vol. 76, iss. 82) • Page Image 5

…-5555. F28 MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC To the Duchess of E INTRODUCTION SERVICE HAPPY BIRTHDAY See your on the 14th. Operating successfully in Ann Arbor -The Duke of Windsor F9 for (.ver two years. An IBM computer

….m. Arrangements will be made for individual working time. We pre- fer 3 hrs. min. per night. Contact Mr. Alan Guest at APPL I ED DYNAMICS 2275 Platt Rd. AA or call 665-3601 VW 1965. BUY the wife a little some…

December 06, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 81) • Page Image 7

…, Albion, Michigan 49224. H42 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER Full time opening for programmer experienced with small machines (PDP-9 class) and interested in nat- ural language processing and sys- tems development of…

… VISITING UM PROFESSOR seeks fur- nished apartment near University DODGE DART 1965: automatic, air- cond., 39,000 mi., $1650. 662-9703. Orig. owner. N45 '65 VOLVO 544. Candy apple red, 4- speed, dual carbs…

December 07, 1968 (vol. 79, iss. 82) • Page Image 10

…. Aid Association for Lutherans, Apple- ton, Wisc.: Bckrnds in Finance. Busi- ness, Admin., Acctg., and Econ for positions as Staff Assistant. Positions in Actuarial work, and Manual writing also…

… in graduate architects for design-oriented firm. Especially persons with formal train- ing in computer aided building design and planning. SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE 212 S.A.B., Lower Level vriy o…

December 03, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 69) • Page Image 5

…. eFte t.ons, computer programs, theses and______ dissertation writing. Only termpaper If you are pregnant and desperate call organization owned and operated by us 700 a~m.-3:00 p.m. - 665-5598 college…

… FRIENDLY GOLFER interested in tak- ing 8'day Bahama trip. Beginning ELVES SHOP at Apple Rose Natural Jan. 1st. Call Dave 764-0075 immedia- Foods. Orcs shop at supermarkets. tely if not sooner. 69M18 You are…

… dead? Call RJ's PLOWING & TOWING, student owned - operated. Discount with U-M ID. 761-6943. 71J77 INTERESTED IN renting time on IBM Computer? Minimum time 4 hr. monthly. 971-7655. 69J31 EXPERT PAINTING…

computer programming and language translations. Call 761-5880 24 hrs. a day.I CREATIVE RESEARCH, INC. 311 S. State St., Room 2 cFtc - nt ticc+c c r. . r t m e^.t .re _ BARGAIN CORNER COME IN and see our…

… systenr WARDEN by Sunday. 40F70 TALKS ABOUT COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Our specialty. 2 day service on most programs. FORTRAN spoken here. r .Creative Research, 31X S. State Street, Ji'.I.D /1) No, 2. 761…

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December 04, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 71) • Page Image 5

….-Sat. cF70 DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE with dou- ble knit suits, sportscoats and slax from Marty's. 310 S. State St. IFtc COMPUTER PROGRAMS done by ex- perts, $15. Call WRITE-ON, 663-8733, 24 hours a day. e…

… TOURNAMENT. Sec- ond round deadline--Dec. 6. Union. cF71 ELVES SHOP at Apple Rose Natural Foods. Ores shop at supermarkets. You are what you eat. 82F71 A MOST UNIQUE weekend presented by Ukranian students at…

… stereo headphones. BUSINESS SERVICES $550 new excellent condition. $390. 663-7635. dB7O EXPERIMENTAL TYPIST available for COMPUTER NUDE - exciting female home typing. Mrs. Serafin. 761-3250. nudes (14"x38…

…"), individually drawn7 on a real computer! Excellent shad- STUCK IN a ditch? Battery dead? Call ing, a new art, media, a fine gift. RJ's PLOWING & TOWING, student $2.95 post paid from Computer Post- owned…

… One: Lat. 29 Montezuma, for MUST SELL: Engagement set, white INTERESTED IN renting time on IBM Computer? Minimum time 4 hr.. LOOK PRETITY and keep warm in a goild, ct. VVS. Gold i470r _ monthly. 971…

December 05, 1971 (vol. 82, iss. 71) • Page Image 5

COMPUTER PROGRAMS done by ex- - _ be, call Jim evenings at 769-5988 pens, $15. Call WRITE-ON, 663-8733, CUSTOM designed diamond engage- about with people like you. 71F24 24 hours a day. Fte ment rings hand…

…, computer programs, theses and i UiccL Ltinn w itinJU OL ll t. 11:00 p.m.-7:00 a.m. - 971-1827 WEDDING INVITATIONS, Mod or Tra- ditional style. Call 761-0942 anytime. .cFtc BLOOD DONORS LANGE (PRO) SKI…

Apple Rose Natural CALL 663-8733, 24 hours ad Foods. Ores shop at supermarkets. 212, MICHIGAN THEATER You are what you eat. 82F71 Your BANKAMERICARD a TER CHARGE welcome. FIGHT THE CHILLS with breakfast…

….00 1per pg. Used papers from $1.50 pert pg. Also computer programming and, language translations. Call 761-58801 24 hrs. a day. CREATIVE RESEARCH, INC. 311 5. State St., Room 2 cFtc. CLASSIFIED…

…73 lent condition, best offer. 761-6083. 56N74 34F72 COMPUTER NUDE -- exciting female nudes (14"x38"), individually drawn; on a real computer! Excellent shad- ing, a new art. media, a fine gift. $2…

….95 post paid from Computer Post- ers, Union, P.O. Box 212, Saline, Mich. 39B72 SAM'S STORE LEVI DENIMS Bell Bottoms . ... $8.00 Traditionals ... $7.50 Button Flys.......$6.98 Super Slims .....$7.00 Boot…

December 02, 1972 (vol. 83, iss. 71) • Page Image 4

… out" the apple. whisked from my grasp, stamped, codified, re-issue and promptly de- posited on the reservedshelf. "But", I mumbled, out of lack for anything else to say, "I should at least have it for…

… patient atte explained with unswervingl "As of right now the compute your identity number on fil it won't make sense for the number to have it on hold.1 back in a couple of day, afte 42-0156 (or was it 65…

December 06, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 75) • Page Image 6

… cimrutrvi computer program- ming and its uses in radio prora- ming . .. If you can get into any of these areas and would like a place that will provide the facilities and materials for you to take off on your…

…~tc TrYPING-769-2645, anytime. cFt ROCKY MOUNTAIN herbal magic! Ce- lestial Seasonings people-blended teas. Eleven of 'em; one for each day of the week. All avail, at Apple- rose, Eden retail, Soybean…

December 07, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 76) • Page Image 6

… you! We build our own here and are proud of our workshop facilities . . . from radio transmitter design to amp construction . . . power supplies logic control circutry/computer program- ming and its…

… available. Pleasant working conditions and ade- quate parking facilities. Apply at Kelly Services, 4825 Washenaw Ave. 161H112 SALES CLERK wanted M-W-F after- noons. Call for appl. between 9 and 11. 769…

…. Eleven of 'em; one for each day of the week. All avail. at Apple- rose, Eden retail, Soybean Cellars. BUY YOUR GIFTS at the Graffiti . Crafts Store in the U. Cellar. Pottery, macrame. paintings, etc. Mon…

December 08, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 77) • Page Image 6

… workshop facilities . - . from radio transmitter design to amp construction . . . power supplies/logic control circutry/computer program- ming and its uses in radio program- ming . . . if you can get into…

… North Campus Co-op for male or female. Call Nan, 663-6860. 52F112 COMPUTER SALESMAN, 27, U-M Lum desires the compazionsh o of radiant. JUST plain lonely'? Call 76-GUIDE. 39F112 PIPE SMOKERS! Handcrafted…

… 'em; one for each day of the week. All avail, at Apple- rose, Eden retail, Soybean Cellars. BUY YOUR GIFTS at the Graffiti Crafts Store in the U. Cellar. Pottery, macrame, paintings, etc. Mon.-Fri. 10 a…

December 09, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 78) • Page Image 7

… construehon ... power suoplies logic control circutry computer program- ming and its uses in radio program- ming . . if you can Lct into any of these areas and would like a place that will provide the…

… Cellars. cNlO9.Now-Fri.-Sun.-FORGOTTEN WR9 day of the week. All avail. at Apple- Now-Fri.-Sun.-FORGOTTENWORKS rose, Eden retail, Soybean Cellars. 1965 MERCURY, runs well. 7 good tires, 12-6, Antique Village…

… suffix. 60 One way to eat an apple. SAM'S STORE LEVIS - DENIM TRADITIONALS ... . BUTTONFLYS ..... . BOOT JEANS ... JACKETS .........1 LEVIS-CORDUROYS Boots Jeans 8.50 & BELL BOTTOMS HOODED SWEATSH I RTS…

December 11, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 79) • Page Image 6

… Broadcasting might be for you! We build our own here and are proud of our workshop facilities . . . from radio transmitter design to amp construction . . . power supplies 'logic control circutry computer program…

…. Programs start January. 761-8255. cF12 COMPUTER SALESMAN. 27, U-M Lum desires the companionship of radiant vibrant co-ed. Write: Frank Havel 6047 Midtlesex, Dearborn, Mich..48126 or call 584-3137. 42F 12 TO…

…- plerose Natural Food Stores. cF112 ROCKY MOUNTAIN herbal magic! Ce- lestial Seasonings people-blended teas. Eleven of 'em: one for each day of the week. All avail, at Apple- rose, Eden retail, Soybean…

December 12, 1973 (vol. 84, iss. 80) • Page Image 6

COMPUTER SALESMAN, 27, U-M Lut desires the companionship of radiant, vibrant co-ed. Write: Frank avel, 6047 Middlesex, Dearborn, Mich. 48126 or call 584-3137, 42I12 TO THE GIRL in grey sweater, in front at…

…. Eleven of 'em: one for each cay of the week. Al avail, at Apple- rose. Eden retail, Soybean Cellars. CARD FREAKS! A new way to play your old favorites: Rummy, Hearts, Bridge, Poker. Solitaire -- play them…

December 04, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 74) • Page Image 3

… Communist-led eatery in Atlanta, Ga. The Pickrick which o General Confederation of Labor, career 10 years ago when he chased blacks the nation's largest union, im- as he sliced apple pie before just opening…

… Blueprint for Survival, "The' Next Civilization," last in series, "The Consequences of No-Growth Policies," 10:05 am. Computing Seminar: Brown bag, T. Teorey, CICE, "Systems Approach to Operating Systems…

December 07, 1975 (vol. 86, iss. 78) • Page Image 3

…-tilled products of the the damp cold. - farm as Josephine and Everett VanHoy farm. Carefully and exact- Crates and pecks of the hand- s.F.'. ingly the seven kinds of apples, nurtured vendibles are piled and Van…

…Hoy begin loading Winesap the soil-covered beets, the carrots l - apples, giant sugar pears, home and the pears are ordered. Then the first sleepy-eyed shoppers be- .. r :- canned bread - and - butter pickles…

…, and tempting apple pie and banana morning at Ann Arbor Farmer's the VanHoys don't notice the bit- bread which she took from her Market. } ing 4 a.m. frost. Seventeen years oven only hours ago.a of early…

…, straightening a bag of Spy apples. sample in her mouth, th scent. "I can't buy dees squvash unless "The stories I could tell you ..:. hands down her verdict. - *+ In a far corner, near the enclosed I know is…

… tacked to the box ed, snaps Mrs. VanHoy, annoyed duet before she would buy it. Uon . reads: "Free Kittens." Few shop- that this woman should be ques- discovering one rpmaining butter- head, she computes

December 10, 1977 (vol. 88, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

… on Huron Parkway. Computers continued Their wails resounded through the North Campus Computing Center. At NUBS, they moaned and cursed. The Michigan Terminal System (MTS) was still sick late yesterday…

… after conking out Thursday morning. And, not surprisingly, would-be engineers, computer scientists, and statisticians were sweating over uncompleted computer programs and unsympathetic profs. Even a part…

… flown in from Chicago Thursday couldn't resurrect MTS to life. Late yesterday afternoon, computing cen- ter staffers were hoping some southern comfort, in the form of a hard- ware part from Atlanta, would…

… a bushel of apples - her state's leading' agricultural product - that the University of Washington Huskies will defeat Michigan's Wolverine's Jan. 2 in the Rose Bowl. Michigan Gov. William Milli- ken…

December 01, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 70) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, December 1, 1978-Page 9 SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER FREE! $294 WORTH OF PROGRAM TAPES INCLUDEDAPANCE CO New! A Complete Home Computer . System For The Entire Family…

… today, tomorrow, and Monday at the library's main branch. USE WITH ANY TV SET A 2 library offers book bargains ITS LIKE HAVING SOMEONE IN YOUR HOME TO HELP YOU: WCP...CH. FRE WITH COMPUTER PURCHASE…

… HOUR Deliciously Different Frozen Yogurt Shakes % Price " BLOODY LARRY yogurt & raspberry juice * SUNBURST yogurt & orange juice " APPLE BLOSSOM yogurt & apple juice " PINA COLADA yogurt & pina colada…

December 10, 1978 (vol. 89, iss. 78) • Page Image 8

… FALL APPLE JUICE $2.69/GA. WITH THIS AD, LIMIT FOUR GALLONS 407 N. FIFTH AVE. cFtc DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Margaret Farrar and Trude Jaffe HAPPY BIRTHDAY BLERNST!1 dF1210 HAPPY BIRTHDAY…

… Kentucky blue- COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS Softwear Service's own professionals continue to offer flexible work options 'or those with corhputer skills in business, science, engineering, systems. sales and tech…

…. We're working with many computer people to select both the work they want, and how they want to do it. I you'd like to see the opt ions we can offer you. give SOFTWEAR SERVICES the OPTION people 320…

December 12, 1979 (vol. 90, iss. 80) • Page Image 15

… .03 , 0 . 0 0 / 1 7 ITCHELL., KENNETH 0 FOREMAN I HOUSING DIV-N C"A E 2 4 6 0 5 H .0.0 0 / 1 6 IMIT YCELL, LEROY 0 MGR COMPUTER OPERATIONS COMPUTING CENTER 7040 2M .0.0 1/1S S5 ET C ~ L R EB E CC A S T…

… GE, TREVOR N ASST PROFESSOR ELEC 6 COMPUTER ENG 1000 -OT ,02,0,0 0/17 0 uE1,LER, EVA L RESEARCH SCIENTIST POP STUDIES CENTE 4 ,0 , 0 9- O T 20.0 6/ / 1 I1 " RESEARCH SCIENTIST CR20 .0 1 MO 0000 0 / / I…

…/01/76- NAWROEKi, HN. RE9 ASSOC IT_-NLTT SCI _ CCR65T58 ( URSL -T 00 OO 0 /01/]7 a A 1 NAYLOR, ARCH W / PROFESSOR ELEC G COMPUTER ENO 30,000.00 9-MONTH 1100 26,000,00 09/01/56 NAYLOR, BERNARD PROFESSOR PATHOLOGY 76…

… MEDICINE 3A,268.00 12 MO .90 20.334.00 07/01/60 NEMVALT3, KALLE SR TECHNICAL WRITER COMPUTING CENTER - 14,136,00 12 MO .70 ,00 12/12/77 NESBIT, SAMUEL PAUL _ CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR ORAL DIAGNOSIS ___ 18…

…-ARRT CONFERENCE ASST ENO" SUMMER CONF 14.600 ,00 12 Mq ,80 .00 06/04/73 -PAR l NEUHAUS, EVELYN RES ASSOC 11 SOCIAL SCI MED CARE ORO 18,000.00 12 M9 1100 .00 07/29/74 NEUHOFF DAVID L ASSOC PROFESSOR ELEC 6 COMPUTER

… AIDE 1/ SO I L OR H PROFESSOR C O N 8 B I G CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR SUGR-REA A SST DIR APPL-HOSP 0 0 DA A S ST M - A M T E DI O H M S R ASST CURATOR MUEM O OLG 6587 PROFESSOR B O O I AL S I N E FOOD SVC S OP…

December 10, 1980 (vol. 91, iss. 80) • Page Image 5

…01 NThENT ANNUAL APPOINTMN PRPET19 APPOINTING 811 APRAACIOTNETITO i PULL TIME SLWIPlO DTEO ANNUAL FO 11 19 - APPOINTlMENT ANNUAL APPlNONT PRI112I.9 APPOINTING _ RATE AE RCTO-N 0100 D~~iE~F 18 SLICSI…

… ASSOC PROFESSOR 61008E COMPUTER 0E 2500 -OT .0 2.6,0 0/17 ATKINS, JEANETTE E OFFICE M1108 . MAIN 990101000-H 8430 20 I 0.0 1/46 ITKINSON. JOHN N PROFESSOR PSYCHOLOGY 45000 -OT .0 4,0 0 0/15 ATRESA, SUDS…

…-MERfITCOME NFTWK.0 12M 00.0 060/1 LECTURER ELEC A COMPUTER ENO 41,5000 128 .16,500 6//C AUSE. ROBERT O CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR RADIOLOGY .0 2MO 0000 0/18 8021989, JAMES I CLINICAL PROFESSOR 3U ROERY-NEUROSURGEY.0 1 O .0…

December 03, 1981 (vol. 92, iss. 69) • Page Image 2

… most major cities to tap into MTS. All of this growth in computerization has led some people to ask if it will result in dehumanization. "Humans are inevitably responsible for what a computer does…

…- Thousands of tons of garbage festooned the streets of the Big Apple yesterday in the second day of a pre-Christmas Holiday strike by private sanitation workers. The city began making emergency pickups of up…

… Advertising. 764-0557; Display advertising. 764-0554: Biling, 764s0550. 0 Computers: They 're all over the place at the 'U' (Continued from Page 1) during the day is so slow he cannot ac- complish much. As…

… the demand for computing facilities grows, the University tries to keep pace by upgrading its machinery (hardware) and its programming, Aupperle said. -The next change will come in April, when the…

…. The new Amdahl 5860 will be the first of its class, Aupperle said. It will be twice as fast, with a larger memory than the computer currently in use, he said. FINERMAN said the new Amdahl will cost…

…, according to Finerman. And it has the potential to grow beyond that. With an eye to the future, the Computing Center is working to establish a network of underground cables on campus, Finerman said. This…

… would provide another way for in- dividuals or departments with small computers to tap into MTS. Finerman said financial constraints are preventing this system, which would extend to University campuses…

… in Dearborn and Flint, from being com- pleted as quickly as most people at the Computing Center would like. BUT THERE are more plans, waiting for realization. The University has been engaged in a joint…

… is planning to acquire a specialized computer, called CYTO, built by Ann Arbor's CYTO Systems, Inc. Dick Volz, an associate director of the computing center, said CYTO is used for image processing, and…

… it will be one of only four in the world. There is little doubt that the influence of computers at the University will grow. Already MTS is part of the MERIT computer network, a joint un- dertaking of…

December 03, 1982 (vol. 93, iss. 70) • Page Image 2

… "Our society will be changed by com- Education-is equipped with TRS 80s, puters in a fundamental way," he said. Atari and Apple computers. While the Computers can exchange information, kids experiment on…

…Page 2-Friday, December 3, 1982-The Michigan Daily 'U' teaches kids how to operate computers By AMY KORMAN Next, Andre tells the children to pun- No one can dispute that today is the ch in any…

… characters or command they age of computers, and the University is want so they can discover what the preparing for it in a unique way- computer can do. teaching children to run the machines. Andre teaches the…

… how to understand the computer. And capable of interacting with the com- third, they can explore on their own, puter," Andre said. "The computer is without examples, to exercise their like a set of…

… blocks, or a puzzle. It's no creativity." less important." "While (the computer's) purpose is He added, "It wouldn't surprise me if not to resolve social issues," Andre most of these kids knew more about…

… said, "the computer will demonstrate microcomputers than their parents at the adaptability of people as did Gut- the end of the program." tenbuerg's printing press." The center-based in the School of…

…- hyis structions on how to modify it. This allows them to discover "the enormous flexibility of computers," he said. optim istic i firset artifiial heart implant (Continued from Page 1) and the plastic…

December 01, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 70) • Page Image 1

… for the college to pay Apple Computers, Inc. and Apollo Computer between $4 million and $7 million to provide approximately 1,000 computers over the next two years. THE NEW system, which has been…

…'s general fund, private donations, and loans. Phillips said the college's Computer Policies Committee chose Apple and Apollo to supply the new system. He said a number of firms were in- vestigated prior to…

… academic program coor- ONCE BOTH sides agreed that autonomy from See CULS OFFICE, Page 5 a e r'1 v e d e n e Ty C J7 Engineering college set to expand computer network By THOMAS MILLER An agreement…

… between the College of Engineering and two major computer manufacturers could put microcom- puters on every engineering student's desk within a few years, officials in the college say. Plans currently call…

… operating since the beginning of the term, already had computer terminals located in East Engineering Building, the Chrysler Center, and the Dow Building. The million-dollar expansion, to be formally…

… announced at a press conference tomorrow, marks the college's plan to make the computer network the most sophisticated univer- sity system in the nation. Future expansions may provide each engineering student…

… that fee. AS THE system grows, officials said, students may eventually be offered the option to buy a computer. However, aerospace Prof. Richard Phillips, who is directing the project, said such plans…

… are still a long way off. "It's still too early to tell what the long term plans will be," he said. "We're just starting, but we'll be rapidly heading towards a computer in every room in a year and a…

…. Phillips said current plans to buy 1,000 computers from the firms over the next two years may change as prices fall. "Exactly what we'll be able to buy a year from now is hard to say," he said. FUNDS FOR the…

December 03, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 72) • Page Image 1

… will only be available See JOBLESS, Page 2 Officials fear recalls will hurt 'U' At a press conference in the Chrysler Center yesterday, Steve Jobs (right) founder and president of Apple Computer Inc…

… doesn't mean that See OFFICIALS, Page 7 4'U, deal worth millions By NANCY GOTTESMAN Top executives from two major com- puter firms - including Steven Jobs, one of the founders of Apple Computer, Inc…

…. - came to North Campus yester- day to announce ah agreement to sell $8 million worth of computer equipment to the College of Engineering. The University will purchase some 800 computers from Apple and…

…., says students will soon use computers as routinely as they now use calculators. Engineering Dean James Duder- stadt sits to his right, and Apollo Computer Chairman William Poduska is pictured at the far…

… left. Computer firms kick of By JACKIE YOUNG As two Democratic state senators clean out their desks in Lansing and an- ti-tax group celebrate their victories in recent recall elections, University of…

… Apollo Computer, Inc. at what college officials say are "substantially reduced prices." Earlier this week, college officials said the purchase price would be somewhere between $4 million and $7 million…

… provided with a personal computer workstation, all integrated into a sophisticated communications net- work." Jobs said that the University's wide- scale use of the computer system will give his company a…

… chance to witness the interaction of a "large community of computer users" with the company's technology and that a great deal of computer software will be produced from the venture. "Individuals can do…

… gret things if you give them great tools," Jobs said. Among the advantages of the new computer system, Duderstadt said, is the opportunity for students to use elaborate computer graphics rather than…

… committing designs to paper first. He also said that "the companies' new state-of-the-art computer equipment will be incorporated into ongoing in- structional and research programs ranging from robotics and…

December 03, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 72) • Page Image 2

… Af- fairs Editor Beth Allen. Colleges appears every Saturday. 'U' to buy computer equipment at discount (Continued from Page 1) funds. purchased are Apple's Lisa and of any university in this nation…

… plans to finance the purchase with cor- porate gifts and sponsored research students have been required to pay $100 per term for the new system to finance individual use of the personal computer

… workstations. Among those computers "The agreements are a key element' in our goal of building the most sophisticated computing environment Q burd UI~I Bp *rEUEE0 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 1432 Washtenaw Ave…

…-security Luebeck Prison in West Germany while police and intelligence agencies investigate his role in the alleged transfer of sensitive Western technology to the Soviet Union. The first and largest haul of computer

… and Social Activities - -Maintenance-free Environment -Clean and Healthy Surroundings -Quiet Study /Libraries WHERE: -Meal-serving Residence F -Non-meal-serving Reside WHERE TO APPL -Peer and Academic…

December 04, 1983 (vol. 94, iss. 73) • Page Image 4

… week, Duderstadt announced that two leading computer firms, Apple Computer, Inc., and Apollo Computer, Inc., have agreed to sell the Engineering college $8 million of computer equipment. Everyone…

…, a car in every garage, as the old saying goes. And a computer ter- minal on every desktop is a promise fast becoming a reality at the University, according to Engineering Dean James Duderstadt. This…

… first step toward equiping "each student, faculty, and staff member of the college...with a personal computer work station." That would mean several more hefty purchases from major corporations. At a…

… Hollywood to illustrate clearer the absurdity of Reagan's ideas. In the film War Games the final message con- veyed by the computer is that one should not play the game of nuclear war because no one will win…

December 05, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 74) • Page Image 1

…:}}:::::. . . . . . . . . . . . . ..:v::: x.4::v :. ::". v:. ::n.:: ...: . .:....v .. ...r....:: v ::v..::. r:. :......... Computer backers harass reporter SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Teenage computer hackers seeking electronic revenge…

… official computer security systems and post their findings on com- puterized bulletin boards nationwide. "Most of these people traffic in illegal information - credit card numbers, dial-up access numbers…

… money for charities. However, he said, "If people weren't interested, we never would have started it." Bourgeois denim from American-style denim trousers to Chinese-designed "Apples" and "Teleweebs," the…

December 12, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

… clean quiet house near West Park. $160/mo. inc.util761-5768eves. 92C1212 COUZENS HALL Single Male Lease for sale. Call Jeff at7I-5819. 85C1212 * UNIVERSITY TOWERS COMPUTER BUSINESS PEOPLE. Share office…

… revelation 35 "-as apple pie" 39 Parts of ears 40 Wind: Comb. form 41 Literary collection 42 Extol 53 Reese of baseball 54 Pay, as a bill DOWN 1 Marred 2 Incident 3 Kicks 4 Arm bone 5 Ascot 6 Section of…

December 03, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 62) • Page Image 5

… that? All you get are thorns in your fingers and dirty hands. Instead, ask for a Holiday Bundle from Apple@ -- a MacintoshTM computer and ImagewriterTM II Printer. Macintosh"' is helping people…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 3, 1985-- Page 5 COMPUTERS Fron Richmond, Va. (AP) - Ar- chaeologists are turning to Space Age technology to help them unlock Stone Age secrets…

… revolutionized the work ar- chaeologists do," said Sylvia Gaines, associate anthropology professor at Arizona State University in Tempe. Virginia's Department of Highways and Transportation uses a computer to…

computer to tell us what's there," he said. ARCHAEOLOGISTS also use comput- ers as electronic draftsman, creating maps from coordinates fed into the machine, according to Marley Brown, director of…

… archaeological excavation at Colonial Williamsburg. digs to databases Archaeologists turn more to computers Some archaeologists share infor- mation by trading disks, but only on a regional basis. The…

… "could sell the information to pot hun- ters who go to a site and dig up pots, ornaments and jewelry, and then sell them for megabucks," she said. Computer archaeology is not limited to the United States…

…. Archaeologists from five countries working at Carthage in Tunis used computers to reduce the confusion of communicating in five languages, Gaines said. COMPUTERS were also used to examine the relation of Britain…

…'s Stonehenge to celestial events, to studey Neolithic houses along the Danube River and to explore sites in Mexico. Archaeologists' increased use of computers prompted Gaines to create "Advances in Computer

… offers seminars on computers to professionals. AT VIRGINIA Commonwealth University in Richmond, ar- chaeological research lab director Dan Mouer links a video camera to a computer to record pictures of ar…

…- tifacts at excavation sites. Mouer said he can send the digitized gray-scale images, similar to photocopies, to other ar- chaeologists for consultation. Computers also cut the tedium of some chores, the…

December 10, 1985 (vol. 96, iss. 67) • Page Image 5

…, there's a good chance you'll be bringing home something else. Better grades. © 1985 Apple Computer. Inc. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Macintosh is a…

COMPUTERS INTER VIEW: DOUGLAS VAN HOUWELING Turning fees into technology Editors note: Daily reporter Jerry Markon and News Editor Thomas Miller met with University Vice Provost for Information…

… Technology Douglas Van Houweling last week to talk about the mandatory computer fee and other computing activities around campus. Here is the first of two excerpts from that interview that will appear on the…

… the public forums - that the University of Michigan is really behind other universities in terms of computing. VH: I think it's important for me to put that in perspective. We're behind the very best…

…. The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, December 10, 1985 - Page 5 i. " Lighten up your Christmas - vacation with a Ax¢ * computer game from SOFTWARE EXCHANGE It makes a great gift I.} Discount Computer Software…

… instructor may extend these IDs. They cannot be extended beyond 31 December 1985. Pick up a RENEWAL FORM: At your departmental office or At the Computing Center's Business Office on North Campus, Monday…

…-0088 You just got a C+ in Post- War Foreign Policy. You just got a B- in Communications Law You just got an F+ in Advanced Physics An F+? Boy, you could use some help. From a Macintosh" personal computer. A…

December 09, 1986 (vol. 97, iss. 67) • Page Image 6

… Heat an ate. Call Maria 662-2189. COMPUTER MDSE. FOR SALE - Apple IHc Personal Computer with b/w monitor scribe printer, and moder. Good software also. Great shape less than 1.5 years old. Call764…

… money, free travel and out- standing marketing experience. :all Inter- Cam pus Programs at 1-800-433-7747 for detais and information mailer. COMPUTER SALES HELP- needed part- time. Sherwood Computer. Call…

… craftsman 35 Yorkshire river 38 Artist's subject 39 They buck for money 42 Opposed 43 Cassini 44 Map dot 45 Winter apple 47 Building wing 49 "- smile be your umbrella" 52 Married in haste 57 Deludes 61 Israel…

…": Coward film 36 Yegg's rocks 37 Fad 40 Musical symbols 41 Wallet items 46 Actress Verdugo 48 Duds 50 Silent 51 Ebb 53 Roman emp 54 Prepares apples for pie 55 Spooky 56 Hum 57 Author Vidal 58 "- Three…

December 01, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 57) • Page Image 7

… country wishes they never seen nothing like the 'Canes either. Miami is the bad apple of intercollegiate athletics. The Hurricanes attract bad citizens to their program with the frequency r head coach Jimmy…

… to have nothing to do with t ves. Kosar, who plays for the Clevela Reserve a microcomputer for three hours of uninterrupted work at the Campus Computing Site, 400 North Ingalls Building, Room 4438…

December 04, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 60) • Page Image 5

… 15,1988. So don tpnxrastinate. O 1987Apple Compute: Inc Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of and acintosh. ImageUriter and TxdC.,:er to be our best. are trademarks ofApple Computer Inc…

…- --- - - - ---------------------- ENGINEERING MAJORS! I f drawing boards programmable scales & rulers calculators 1 computation pad diskettes 1 1 cross-section pads drafting tables comp books mechanical pens NOTICE Our last publication day for…

December 04, 1987 (vol. 98, iss. 60) • Page Image 15

Computer Price'*, Q WordPerfect 4.2 5/4" (IBM PC/XT/AT/Compatibles) $125.00 U WordPerfect 4.2 31/2" (IBM Pc/XT/AT/Compatibles) $125.00 Q WordPerfect 1.1 31/2", 5/" (Apple Ile/Ic) 59.00 WordPerfect 1.1 31…

… below, select the appropriate software for your computer (please note that each student is limited to 'one package of each program) and mark an "x" in the corresponding box(es). ' Product Disk Size…

…/2" (Apple llGs) 59.00 5 Q WordPerfect 4.1 32" (Amiga)99.00 U PlanPerfect 3.0 5" (IBM PC/XT/AT/Compatibles) 99.00 SPlanPerfect 3.0 31/2" (IBM Pc/XT/AT/Compatibles) 99.00 Q WordPerfect Library 51/4" (IBM PC…

… address and the address of your local computer store (dealer) in the space provided: 3 ShipTo Your Dealer * _____________ (~-~-,r~e~CMlPUTER I *_ _RCCEnTER* Phone 29934 Southfield Rd Southfield, MI 48076…

December 02, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 60) • Page Image 7

… have a phone system tied into the existing computer registration sys- tem. "Phone registration and on-line terminals will be standard in 10 years" at U.S. universities, said Associ- ate Registrar Douglas…

… com- bined phone and on-line registration system, said Dan Stuart, assistant registrar for scheduling and registra- tion, primarily for "the convenience of the student." Some computer terminals will be…

… days of the term, she said. Students at Ferris St. are assigned a day, based on the number of credit hours they have, when they can begin calling, Sonnenberg said. The computers and phones open at 3 a…

… Michigan would probably need 48 phone lines. As early as next semester, Woolley said software should be in place to allow any student, via the MTS computer network, to check on the number of spaces available…

… Hillel. Chanukah I 1429 Hill St. 769-0500 um m ._...._ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ i i * I I I Educational Holiday Promotion Take an Apple4acintosh home frteholidays. 0 o O a.- 0 p0 0 0 0Qa 0 0 0 a…

… 04 t Bundle #1 Bundle #3 Macintosh Plus with Apple 800K floppy drive Imagewriter U printer Microsoft Word Quantity left: 30 $1,941 Bundle #2 Macintosh Plus with Apple 20M SCSI drive Imagewriter II…

… printer Microsoft Word Ouuantity left: 70 ".. . Take immediate delivery! Take advantage of Apple's great financing program! Offer good only while these bundles last! Stop by the Hands-On Display, Ground…

December 08, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 64) • Page Image 6

…-1113. COMPUTERS, IBM & clones printers, etc. Good prices & service. Call 741-9400. DATSUN 200SX 1982-Automatic, All power, good condition $4500/best. 764-1009. FISHTANKS: 30 gal. long/18 gal. hex. w/ flourohoods…

…-TECH Software Salesperson Seidl Computer Engineering needs an out- going enthusiastic student to do telemarket- mg. 15-20 hrs/wk, flexible around class schedule. Will train. Good pay plus bonuses. Start ASAP and…

… the telephone & possess good communication skills & ability to work unsu- pervised. Call 662-3193 for application in- formation. THE MICHIGAN DAILY IS NOW HIRING A COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST POSITION…

… information call Heath at 665-7309. EXPERIENCED WORD PROCESSORS needed. 10-20 hrs./wk. on campus. Flexible hours, exce tional pay. Appl UatUof M Em- ployment Office, 2031 AdServices Bldg. or call 764-7280 for…

December 09, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 65) • Page Image 8

… about: -computing centers -library hours coc -CRISP -graduation campus information center -and a lot more! For phone numbers on campus, call the CAMPUS OPERATOR ! 4 until 11:00 p.m. Come Early and…

… Party! Maynard 994-6500 310 1 A 4 Intent to Demonstrate I,-. {m Whether it's conquering bio-chem lab, tracking your progress on the team, or straightening an artistic bent, Apple knows you've been…

… using your Macintosh for more than just writing papers. Since we've always held that you are the true genius behind your computer, we've set aside a day in February for you to share your ideas with all…

… receive a free Apple sweatshirt and an opportunity to win an Apple scanner or a CD-ROM. Submission deadline is December 22. Exhibitor interviews will be held inJanuay. Name: Campus Address:. Is your…

…: Major: Phone: Drop off your "Intent to Demonstrate" at any of the ResComp Monitor Clusters: EastQuad, SouthQuad, WestQuad, Alice-Lloyd, Markley, Mosher-Jordan, Bursley or at the Computer Resource Center…

December 09, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 65) • Page Image 13

… Concert Computer Synthesis - Visuals - Dance - Live Performance Rackham, 8:00 p.m. FREE -- The Personal Column MICHIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED ADS * ROSE BOWL * * ROSE PARADE * buy/sell CONCERTS * SPORTS…

… butter or soy margarine. Fresh fruit salad, ber- ries and cream, or sau- teed apples. Breakfast-In-Bed blend prrnium coffee, Ghirardelli hot choco- late, tea, or milk. >y Fresh-squeezed or- ange juice…

December 12, 1988 (vol. 99, iss. 66) • Page Image 6

… 11rMac disks. Please call 996- 2697. Leave a message. M FOR SALE 19" QUASAR Color TV with remote. $75.' Full size Litton auto-cook microwave even $75 call 747-8848. COMPUTERS, IBM & clones printers…

…. $10 paid upon com letion of study. Free individualized daily caloric need estab- lished, free body fat estmate.8For more in- formation call 747-0218. HI-TECH Software Salesperson Seidl Computer

… through mid Jan. Possible part-time positions thereafter. Start at $4/hr. Big discounts on textbooks and supplies. Flexible hours. Appl inperson at Michigan Union Bookstore, Ground floor of the Michigan…

… Union. 995-8877. PART TIME POSITION -- data entryon a Macintosh computer. Contact Dr. George Upton 764-1542. Position to start immedi- ately. PART-TIME TELLER positions available in the Ypsilanti…

… busy of- fice. Must like the tee one & possess good communication skills ability to work unsu- pervised. Call 662-3193 for application in- formation. THE MICHIGAN DAILY IS NOW HIRING A COMPUTER SYSTEMS…

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