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January 07, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 80) • Page Image 8

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… 70/80 Cartridge ribbon $6.95 NEC8023 (Apple matrix) $8.95. 973-0015 Ask for Bill 10-6. 720112 FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED-$230/month in- cludes all food and utilities. Large house, friendly co- operative…

January 08, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 81) • Page Image 6

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January 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 82) • Page Image 8

…., Thurs., 3-5 p.m. in Angell Hall, Aud. A. 89M0111. MIDWEST COMPUTER SUPPLY INC. 3M 5% in. SS-DD RH $2.50. Epsom MX 70/80 Cartridge ribbon $6.95 NEC8023 (Apple matrix) $8.95. 973-0015 Ask for Bill 10…

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January 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 82) • Page Image 9

… Daily - Tuesday, January 10, 1984 --Page 9 PH PHandheld Computers for the uuu aom uL~8K RAM standard Features: The PC-1500A incorporates 16K bytes of system ROM and 8K bytes of user available RAM…

… 13 times. WANTED Students with comprehensive understanding of microcomputers (Apple, IBM, Atari, Commodore) PART-TIME TELEMARKETING Flexible Hours High Pay Walking Distance from Campus Send replys to…

January 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 83) • Page Image 3

… education, one semester of computer science 'and two years of foreign language, fine arts, vocational education or practical arts. ST. GEORGE'S, Grenada (AP) - Medical students evacuated during the U…

…), Andrew Ewing, "Analytical Applications of Micro-Voltametric Electrodes," 4 p.m., 1200 Chem. Computing Center - Forrest Hartman, "Welcome to MTS," 7 p.m., 130 BSAD. Chem. Eng. - Brice Carnahan, "Intro to…

… Digigal Computing & MTS, I," 7 r p.m., Nat. Sci. Aud. Russian & East European Studies - Brown bag, William Rosenberg, "The Comparative History of Labor Protest - Report on the Paris Colloquium," noon, Lane…

… disasters and to try to head off armed international conflicts. ANTED Students with cotiprehensive understanding of microcomputers (Apple, IBM, Atari, Commodore) PART-TIME TELEMARKETING Flexible Hours High…

January 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 83) • Page Image 6

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… 70/80 Cartridge ribbon $6.95 NEC8023 (Apple matrix) $8.95. 973-0015 Ask for Bill 10-6. 720112 THE U-M ARTS CHORALE has openings for all voices. It meets Tues., Thurs., 3-5 p.m. in Angell H , A. d A ud…

January 12, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 84) • Page Image 6

…. SAY IT WITH BALLOONS. 995-1972. cJtc REALM'S LSAT PREP COURSE Feb. 7-- March 1 Reasonable rates 665-3579 12J0204 M.I. tM.C ELLANEOUS * MIDWEST COMPUTER SUPPLY INC. 3M 5% in. SS-DD RH $2.50. Epsom MX 70…

…/80 Cartridge ribbon $6.95 NEC8023 (Apple matrix) $8.95. 973-0015 Ask for Bill 10-6. 720112 MEN'S WINTER SOFTBALL "Snoball" tour- nament, January 14 and 15, Belleville, call 699-5587 or 697-2693. 08M0113 SCOTT E…

… Farrar and Trude Jaffe ©1984 Los Angeles Times Sypdicate 1 6 10. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 26 27 311 35 36 38 ACROSS Etchers' needs Painter.Chagall Apple part Water wheel Mountain: Comb. form Fixed…

… Students with comprehensive understanding of microcomputers (Apple, IBM, Atari, Commodore) PART-TIME TELEMARKETING Flexible Hours High Pay :11 37 d a I i I L-- I t 1 1 J I 1 …

January 21, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 92) • Page Image 4

… professoriate, and to present the, salary of the missing professor to the state as part of its budgeted An apple for the teacher WHEN SECRETARY of Education Terrance Bell sang the virtues of an education…

… stressing basic skills such as writing and mathematics and criticized over-emphasizing computer learning programs he reminded. us of, the Crosby, Stills, and Nash tune, "Teach Your Children Well." His ver…

… strategies have failed to use the computer as a creative reinforcement of the student's l-earning process. Bell described the trend toward school purchase of com- puters as "almost a fad." He noted, E' "Most…

… of the computer software we have now is electronic page-turning"" and "it hasn't been designed to do a A good job of interacting with the mind of &- the student.." F. Bell's evaluation points out the…

… misguided application of the computer in our nation's schools. Administrators impressed by flashy sales talk and community pressure to "modernize" M )s b . a 4 a" 4l j often miss the point. The computer as…

… sophisticated and effective.ways of thinking. To be able to operate a computer is certainly a desirable skill in our society, but even more impor- tant is an individual's ability to com- municqte with other…

… about computer-illiterate children, but it produces more well-rounded and adap- table people. The latest popular tune might be more popular, but "Reading, 'Riting, and 'Rithmatic" is the oldie but goodie…

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…

January 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 99) • Page Image 4

… students are going to be getting Apples from the University-the kind you punch, not the'kind you munch. In a deal with Apple Computers Inc., Univer- sity students and staff will be able to purchase…

… for that first computer. break. Sure, Apple will be able to tap a huge market and the University will ease pressure on its overtaxed terminal facilities, but what's wrong with everyone being a winner…

computers will. be sold by the University: the brand new Macintosh, the Lisa, the Apple Hie, and the Apple III. The juiciest deals will be available on the Macin- tosh and the Lisa. The Macintosh retails for…

… teaming upto provide technical and educational training. Apple and the University have been getting along very well lately-the College of Engineering picked up 800 computers from Steve Job's company last…

… is selling Apple Computers at discount prices. _4 Edited and managed by students at The University of Michigan UTOPIA Vol. XCIV-No. 99 420 Maynard St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Editorials represent…

…OPINION Page 4 Sunday; January 29, 1984 The Michigan Daily I The 'U, tries a hard sell for software T RADITIONS TOPPLE. It used to be that the students gave the teacher an apple, but now…

…. Officials are unsure at present of how much the computers will cost and how long it will take the company to deliver. It is expected, though, that a price list will be available in a few days. Four different…

… $2,495 and will be sold for roughly half that. The Lisa which retails for between $3,500 and $5,500 will be discounted by 40 percent. Greg Marks, a University computer systems manager and chief…

… organizer of the program, explained that "the rationale is to help the Macintosh and the Lisa. Apple is not nearly as interested in selling the HIe to colleges. They consider it a high school machine…

…. Unfortunately it will be pretty difficult to pass the savings along to friends and family members since customers are limited to one computer each. On the other hand, an enter- prising few might try scalping them…

February 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 101) • Page Image 1

… place orders for the Apple Lisa and recently-introduced Macintosh computers at sharply reduced prices under an agreement between the computer maker and the Univer- sity. THE MACINTOSH, which is being…

… deals, the University hopes to increase the number of- terminals it owns while making it easier for students to buy their own computers. COMPUTER-industry analysts say Apple's efforts in the college…

… market are an attempt to displace International Business Machines Corp. as the leader in personal computers. Apple appears to be willing to accept a lower price for its Macintosh in return for the ex…

February 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 101) • Page Image 2

… slain Marine as Lance Cpl. George Dramis of C~ape May, N.J. 'U' offers Apple computer bargains (Continued from Page 1) Zenith and IBM personal computers as well as Apple products. 'It's not inten- ded…

… can pick their computer up at Michigan Media. Only full-time students can purchase the computers. Students can also purchase the Macintosh, Lisa 2, and two other models, the Apple II and Apple III, at…

… as a place where only Apples are sold," Marks said. Once students receive a demon- stration and decide to purchase a com- puter; officials at the education center will send them to University Photo Ser…

… the same discounted prices through Inacomp, a local, private computer dealer. Sponsored jointly by the educaiton school and the University Computing Center, the Microcomputer education Center eventually…

… will offer classes and lectures on basic computer use, said Schmidt. Skills such as word processing, illustration, and statistical computations will be taught. MARKS SAID that once the center gets its…

… Coordinator....... STEVE MATHER tlieb, Nancy Gottesman, Claudia Green,' Georgea Circulation Supervisor ., TIM BENNETTI. , . ,' , s " # 1984 Engineering and Computer Science Grads If you are a high achiever…

… Professional Sales If you are graduating with a degree in Engineering or Computer Science, or an MBA with the same undergraduate degrees, you should investigate these opportunities in technical sales. You…

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February 07, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 106) • Page Image 6

… printer $299. TI-59 $162.50. 662-6262. 84B0215 STEREO AND video-all brands discounted. The Audible Difference, 651-0077 after 6:00 PM. 47B0208 PERSONAL COMPUTER: Kaypro IV with Transtar 130 (letter quality…

… 21. Counselor positions available - Rocketry, arts and crafts, photography, rock climbing, computer, wrestling, waterski, sailing, land sports and drama. Call (215)224-2100 or write 110A Benson…

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February 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 110) • Page Image 1

…-million dollar computer system. The announcement of the pact comes less than three weeks after the University and Apple Computers Inc. revealed a plan to offer discounted computers to University students and…

… personnel. Apple is selling some of its computers at almost half the retail price: APPLE, ALONG with Apollo Computers, is also providing the College of Engineering with computers for its new system, the…

… ". . Business *school to buy computers By THOMAS MILLER The University's School of Business Ad- ministration yesterday unveiled an agreement with Burroughs Corporation that will provide the school with a multi…

Computer Aided Engineering Network (CAEN). In addition, Burroughs also plans to sell microcomputers to University students, faculty, and staff at substantially reduced prices. Although the business school…

… and Burroughs have yet to work out many of the details, the total value of the initial plan is expected to be $12 million. That figure includes approximately 500 computers with a retail value of about…

… $6 million and a new facility to house the system which will cost nearly $6 million. THE SYSTEM reflects the trend towards greater academic and administrative use of. computers in the business school…

…, said Gilbert Whitaker, dean of the business school. According to Whitaker, the agreement will make the school a leader in computer utilization. "We'll be a pioneer in the extent to which we are going to…

… make computers a part of the school," Whitaker said. THE SCHOOL plans to get at least part of the system in by September 1, it should be working in full by early next year, Whitaker added. Charles…

February 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 110) • Page Image 3

… heart of the divided city. 2 School purchases computers engineering students now pay to suo- &continued from Page 1 port the college's new network. ability to run software designed for "The engineering…

… .college has set a other machines such as - the Apple precedent that we might like to follow," Macintosh and the IBM PC. he said. "But no decision has been Burro~ight' and'private contributors reached at…

February 14, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 112) • Page Image 4

… way it won't do the job. f LETTERS TO THE DAILY: Apple To the Daily: From most perspectives the University deserves congratulations for the cooperative arrangement with Apple Computer enabling…

… to push Apple's new MacIntosh. There are several indications that heighten one's suspicions. Most of the information released by the University has indeed focused on the MacIntosh; the Ile (Apple

… unearthed available software? What better investment for Apple than to at- tempt to flood the market of "University types" with their new technology product. - Gary Rentschler Department of Speech and…

February 15, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

…, "Tree Tactics: V Green?" MLB 1, 4 p.m. GCRLT - George Williams, workshop on "Overhea E. Madison, 7-11 p.m. Computing Ctr. - Leigh Daniels, "How to Buy a Bus. Ad., 3:30-5:30 p.m. Chemistry - Jeng-ke Pang…

… understands the budget?" "Nobody!" "Who makes apple pie better than Mom?."K "Nobody !h" GRAVY, WHOSE real name is Hugh Romney, promoted Nobody in the 1976 and 1980 elections, and he proudly says over 50 percent…

February 16, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 114) • Page Image 8

… BO217 rHORENS 126 turntable $425.00. Dual/Sansuyi system $250.00. J.V.C. digital tuner $100.00. 663-4857 44BO218 APPLE II PLUS for sale complete systen w/many accessories eaj connect directly with M…

…, photography, drama, dance, computer, R.N., generals. Women - write: Andrew Rosen, Point O'Pines Camp, 221 Harvard Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081. Men -- write: Bob Gersten, Brant Lake Camp, 84 Leamington Street…

February 17, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 115) • Page Image 10

… LAW SPECIALIST " Through our corporate contacts, our national search team and our computerized placement service, we have placed over 5,000 of our graduates in law firms, banks and corporations…

….00. Dual/Sansuyi system $250.00. J.V.C. digital tuner $100.00. 663-4857 44B0218 APPLE II PLUS for sale complete systen w/many accessories can connect directly with M.T.S. no more waiting for a terminal at…

…- nsylvania - June 25 - August 21. Counselor positions available - .Rocketry, arts and crafts, photography, rock climbing, computer, wrestling, waterski, sailing, land sports and drama. Call (215)887-9700 or…

…, dance, computer, R.N., generals. Women - write: Andrew Rosen, Point O'Pines Camp, 221 Harvard Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081. Men - write: Bob Gersten, Brant Lake Camp, 84 Leamington Street, Lido Beach, NY…

… nationwide. " You can specialize in one of seven areas of the law. " All courses include training in computer applications to legal practice. " If we cannot secure a job for you in the city of your choice, we…

February 28, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 116) • Page Image 11

… ONE SMALL VOICE By Jeff Bergida The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, February 28, 1984 - Page 11 Blue cagers whip Bucks. i i Michigan looks NCAA-bound... :..Buckeyes headed for Big Apple? Notes, quotes…

…* * * * * *. * *** * * * *:: * . " " " " " " " "" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " """" "" "-""" " " '" ' o: 00. 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000000000 ". "- .mf-f "! ! "m. "" " " " Liberty off State . Maple Village ... 668-9329 761-2733 I Marketing 0 Management * Computer Science Majors Software. Sales. At…

Computer Science majors to visit our rep- resentatives when they are on campus. Contact your placement office for specific dates. If you are unable to meet with us during our scheduled visit, please forward…

February 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

…. Computing Center-Bob Brill, "Fortran 77 in MTS, II," 3:30 p.m., room 165 Buss. Ad. Leigh Daniels, "'Using the Apple Microcomputer with MTS," 3:30 p.m., room 140 Bus. Ad. CRLT-Robert Kozma, "Using computer

… * Management " Computer Science Majors Software. Sales. At Cullinet it's a great combination. If your career choice is in the area of sales and marketing, and you want to put your B.S. or M.S. to work in an…

… Marketing Career so we encourage Marketing, Man- agement or Computer Science majors to visit our rep- resentatives when they are on campus. Contact your placement office for specific dates. If you are unable…

March 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 118) • Page Image 3

… at Alice Lloyd Hall. Computing Ctr. - Chalk Talk, CC Consulting Staff, "Handy Editor Pat- terns," 12:10 p.m., 1011 NUBS; Forrest Hartman, "Intro to Textforms II: How to Use Macros," 3:30 p.m.,,165 Bus…

… complete. UniVersit, 7 Health Service' Appl ic at ion Deadline March 12, 1984 ISN'T THAT. NERB's WIFE RUNNING AR~OUND WITH THAT HAMSTERp? C Eric Taylor-Andy Hill The Michigan Daily INDUSTRIAL…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 2

… reports agreeme Two Apple Macintosh computers, sell the which were being used as demonstrator models t models for students wishing to buy bers at su discounted computers from the Univer- O fficia sity, were…

… a There a few weeks before spring vacation, the case, wh computers were being used as demon- police sai strator models under the University's stolen. nt withApple Computers to Macintosh and several…

… serious campaign are Employment Minister John Rober- ts and party president Iona Cam- pagnolo. CONTACT: HALLE PARK 3505 Mayfield Road CLEVELAND, OHIO 44118 (216) 382-4000, Ext. 267 computers From staff…

… stolen Wednesday morning ter, how along with a computer printer, campus compute security officials said yesterday. demonstr The computerware, which security remain of officials say was valued at $6…

… & Crafts Assistants, Archery, Riflery, Computers, Rocketry, Photography, Radio, Drama, Dance, Gymnastics, and Pioneering. We are also seeking RN's at this time. French Woods Festival of the, Performing Arts…

…, Sports, Go-Carts and Computer TFEERNENEeAM34 OWNERDRECTRS SNCE 1%,H " e l n n t a p eeF E R N D A L E , N Y 1 2 7 3 4 - 9 7 1 2 Friday, March 2, 1984 Vol. XCIV-No. 119 (ISSN 0745-967X) The Michigan Daily…

March 02, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…/DOS has computer companies and others chomping at the bit. We design state-of-the-art system software. We need programmers to work on Operating Systems. Compil- ers (FORTRAN, COBOL, Pascal, BASIC, C) Word…

… Processing, Data Base Management Sys- tems, Graphics and more. Our OEM customer base is a Who's Who of the hardware business (IBM, Apple, Radio Shack, Intel, Tektronix)..As new systems, like the IBM Personal…

Computer and new processors like the 68000o are developed, Microsoft's programmers get their hands on the machines before they go into production. So your hardware suggestions and software innovations dur…

…- ing R & D become part of the computers of the future. Microsoft provides the best sys- tems programming work environment. all the high-level hardware (DEC 2060, two 1170s, and ,VAX 11750 development…

… fifteen minutes away. We are looking for outstanding programmers-those with intel- ligence, drive, and a commit- ment to excellence. We want programmers who will advance The Standard in micro- computer

March 14, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

… Rio! iRio I Archery, Arts & Crafts, Ca- noeing, Ceramics, Computers, Dance, Drama, Fencing, Golf, Gymnastics. Overnight Camp- ing, Piano/Song Leader, Riding (English), Riflery, Sailing, Scu- ba, Swim…

… 180 East End Ave., NY, NY 10128 (212) 744-3421 Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Canoeing, Computers, Foot- ball, Golf, Karate, Lacrosse, Overnight Camping, Riding (English), Riflery, Sailing, Scuba, Shop…

… competition went, it was like the old apples and oranges platitude. Or, in the Michigras Battle of the Bands, more like comparing an apple, a pear, a peach, and a banana. The peach band won. They were called…

…. The guitarist does most of the singing. They were more rock and rollish from Next Window Please's pop, but still in the danceable vein. The apple band was the third place finisher. They were called The…

March 23, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 137) • Page Image 8

… climbing, computer, wrestling, waterski, sailing, land sports and drama. Call (215)887-9700 or write 407 Benson East, Jenkintown PA 19046. cH0330 PERSONAL SECRETARY to UM student. $4/hr, approx. 4 hrs every…

… Wagons of old 20 Arikara 21 Verde Natjonal Park 22 Kind of apple 23 Deluge 25 Building place 26 Form of chalcedony 27 Weaken, in a way, 31 "Get - on!" 33 Willow branch 34 Ear: Prefix 35 Logical 36 Radar…

… and return - once or twice weekly. 769-2823. 51H0323 SENIORS - GRADUATES work in Ann Arbor. Openings for computer science, computer engineer majors. Real time program development with the leader in…

April 01, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 145) • Page Image 3

… students at 2 p.m. in Hill Auditorium. Films Classic Film Theater - Dragonslayer, 2:15 & 7 p.m., Excalibur, 4:30 & 9:15 p.m., Michigan Theater. Ann Arbor Film Co-op - The Apple Game, 7 p.m., MLB 4. Russian…

…," Michael Thewell, 7:30 p.m., MLB Lee. Rm. 2. Matthaei Botanical Gardens - "Trees and Shrubs of Ornamental Value in China," Shidong Zhao, noon, Rm. 139,1800N. Dixboro Rd. Computing Center - "Communications…

April 03, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 146) • Page Image 2

… Star Wars technology that can beat the Russians, to build computers that are faster than those from Japan..." may need to be revised. "THE GREATER gift of education is understanding," Rhodes said, which…

… from Page 1) we're just here is when the machines break down, the varic But like anything else, you learn to roll departme with the punches," says Karunas. "IT'S L The record time for computers being…

… orderinga out of order was 24 hours, according to out of me Karunas. A computer hold up can throw do?" Kar off the entire CRISP schedule, he says, wanting tc because students have to return the kids some…

… following day for appointments. "It's ac Some students get pretty testy when want, wh their schedules don't work out, adds being abl Karunas. Comput "ONCE I had to call security to have spend hou a fellow…

…." Ulrichs Annual Inventory Sale Involving every item in our store except textbooks. Special prices on calculators, computers and computer products. Sale Ends Saturday, April 7th al I GRAND ONE WEEK ONLY…

… PRIL 2-7 IB?(Coipa les OPENING wRITE WAY CASH REGI§TERS -COMPUTERS 20% OFF All Office Supplies YOUR ONE STOP MARKETPLACE FOR ALL YOUR COMPUTER NEEDS. INCLUDING: File folders Attache cases Brief bags…

… $508.00 %hnrn Intalliwritar SAVE O SOFTW MC DIS L ING EDGE BIG SEE uA Bi ALCOMPUTERN )N ALL coprowloN HARE 6 HARDWARE ONITORS - r SK DRIVES 5%/" Diskettes f or popular personal computers. SOFTWARE…

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April 05, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 148) • Page Image 10

… desired effect. The for- mer third-baseman also once took a dump on top of Joe Pepitone's birthday cake. Now that's ugly GRAND OPENING iW RiTE WAY ONE WEEK RT A ONLY CASH REGISTERS *COMPUTERS O LYOUR ONE…

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April 06, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 149) • Page Image 2

…: SAVE BIG ON ALL SOFTWARE £ HARDWARE MONITORS DISK DRIVES PRINTERS QEEUA COMPUTER COROIAUON 5%A" Diskettes for popular personal computers. SOFTWARE&RHARDWARE FOR A APPLE ATARI[ (C- J1e 80 l~ ~,1984…

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April 07, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 150) • Page Image 6

… only, 10- 6at 1204 Ferdon in Burns Park. Call 761-6885 for more info. 37B0407 BEEN WITHOUT A computer long enough? For sale: 1 Atari 800 system with a disk drive, printer, software including word…

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April 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 152) • Page Image 8

…I FOR SALE APPLE II-C starter systems $1199.00.90 day warran- ty. Computer Reruns (used computers bought and sold), Tues.-Fri. 1-7, Sat. 10-5. 994-4949 anytime. 44B0413 1975 SUZUKI 550. Good…

…" by 22" MUST SELL 665-9219 40B0411 BEEN WITHOUT A computer long enough? For sale: 1 Atari 800 system with a disk drive, printer, software including word processing and games, plus many extras. $1250 but…

… have excellent verbal and written,. English skills. Some typing and/or computer ter- minal experience helpful. Part time hours, $3.50 to start. Must have own transportation. Call 973-0979 from 10a.m.4 p…

April 11, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 153) • Page Image 8

…, $375. Call 662-6585. 93B0412 APPLE II-C starter systems $1199.00. 90 day warran- ty. Computer Reruns (used computers bought and sold), Tues.-Fri. 1-7, Sat. 10-5. 994-4949 anytime. 44B0413 1975 SUZUKI 550…

…0 FOR SALE BEEN WITHOUT A computer long enough? For sale: 1 Atari 800 system with a disk drive, printer, software including word processingandgames, plus many extras. $1250 but reasonable offers…

April 12, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 154) • Page Image 8

…I FOR SALE APPLE II-C starter systems $1199.00. 90 day warran- ty. Computer Reruns (used computers bought and sold), Tues.-Fri. 1-7, Sat. 10-5.994-4949 anytime. 44B0413 1975 SUZUKI 550. Good…

…. Call 662-6585. 93B0412 BEEN WITHOUT A computer long enough? For sale: 1 Atari 800 system with a disk drive, printer, software including word processing and games, plus many extras. $1250 but reasonable…

April 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 155) • Page Image 10

…, beautiful rosewood. Plus new plush hardcase. $445 or best of- fer. 995-5454. cB0413 APPLE II-C starter systems $1199.00.90 day warran- ty. Computer Reruns (used computers bought and sold), Tues.-Fri. 1-7, Sat…

May 04, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

… project faced opposition from Peterson and Jeff Epton (D-Third Ward) because it may force established business such as Campus Jewelers to relocate. - Eric Mattson Worms steal Apples Seven Apple computers

…, display models of the computers sold by the School of Engineering, were stolen from the Micro Computing Education Center on April 12 or 13. There were no signs of forced entry, said Sgt. Harold Tinsey of…

… the Ann Ar- bor Police Department. He said a key may have been used to enter the room. The computers are valued at an- proximately $17,000, said University security officer Timothy Shannon. The display…

May 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 5) • Page Image 4

… per minute fell on the east Beirut suburb. Five cease-fires were arranged and disregarded, Beirut radio said. 6 I 6 6 Apple computer sales are high at the 'U' By GREGORY HUTTON The University's own…

computer store has received over 1,000 orders for microcomputers from students and staff members. As part of a deal made with Apple Computers Inc., last winter the Univer- sity sells Apple's Lisa and…

…. "Apple expected about one-half the orders it did receive," Marks said. "They just opened a brand new factory to produce these computers." The deal is part of a growing relation- ship between the company…

… resale. Although the staff's time is spent primarily selling the computers, ac- cording to Marks, the computer center is more than just a store. In addition to having demonstrator models of the Apples that…

… and the University. Last fall, the College of Engineering purchased 800 computers at substantially reduced prices. The MacIntosh can be purchased from the Computer Education Center on the third floor…

… of the School of Education Building for about $1324- $1400 less than retail. A 20 percent down payment is required with the order. University officials are hoping that close ties with Apple will make…

… it easier for professors to purchase the equip- ment and use computers, while the company is hoping to tap into the huge market of college students. Two dozen colleges and universities have a similar…

… are for sale, the center offers courses in basic com- puter skills for those with "computer anxiety." The center is "open to the entire University community for all types of instruction," said Elaine…

… Cousins, an advisor of the center. "We operate to help students and faculty choose which programs are best for them, as well as which computers would best be suited to their needs." Member of the…

June 15, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 17) • Page Image 3

… provide a suite of offices so that of small personal computers like the Apple Lisa and Science and Engineering division professors may have office hours on central campus the Apollo computer. Engineering…

… quietly. Merger to create stronger computer dept By ANDREW ERIKSEN and LSA. will remain the same - only the course numoers will LSA students majoring in computer science will Administrators in both…

… engineering computer network this fall as a stronger computer science program at the Univer- tives will be different," said Pollack. result of the merger of two University departments, sity. THE DEPARTMENT is…

… changing slowly to limit according to an LSA dean. THE NEW department will have two divisions: the number of problems for its students. "If the course requires the use of the engineering Computer Science and…

… associate dean Henry Pollack. "I see it as a welcome change," said Prof. Gideon benefits." THE COMPUTERS in the network consist mostly Frieder, who will be the chairman of the Computer There is a plan to…

… students began Prof. George Haddad, the current chairman of the - probably in East Engineering - and to offer paying the $100 fee last fall. electrical and computer engineering department, academic…

… counseling. Some professors will have to The computer and communication sciences depar- will be the chairman of the new department and its commute between North Campus and Central Cam- tment in LSA and the…

… Department of Electrical and electrical engineering division pus to teach classes and hold office hours. Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering THE NEW department will still offer an un- The new…

… department will eventually be moved will officially merge July 1 into the Department of dergraduate degree in computer science for LSA from East Engineering to North Campus when the Electrical Engineering and…

Computer Sciences students and an undergraduate degree in computer new engineering building is complete. The ground (EECS). The faculty will report to James Duder- engineering for engineering students. was…

June 19, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 19) • Page Image 14

… of other, already- developed high-tech centers. Barbara Kraus, a spokeswomen for Apple Computer, said her company probably would never locate a research or manufacturing facility in Michigan. Apple

… ridiculous sequence com- like organ dirge comes on loud, to paring microphotography of computer, hammer in the point. Like the rest of chips with satellite photographs of the film, it's a breathtaking scene…

Computer is located just outside San Francisco in the area known as Silicon.Valley. "THERE IS a certain kind of at- mosphere in Silicon Valley," she said. "We have a very experienced work for- ce. Stanford…

…-tech companies to get tegether8, ekeha geides',an; frm "a new company in the same community. She said Apple would not want to give up the advantage of their current location to move to the Midwest. If Michigan…

July 10, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

… engineering college in conjunction with Apple computers, for which students have a $100 surcharge added to their tuition bills each term. Burroughs hopes to have the system in place this fall and fully…

…The Michigan Daily - Tuesday. July 10. 1984 - paqe 3 Business students fac $10 om uefe By THOMAS HRACH Business students will enter the computer age this fall with a new computer network for the…

… business school, and the new system will be paid for by charging business students an additional $100 per term. "You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world," said…

… Gilbert Whitaker, dean of the School of Business Ad- ministration. "After graduation our students will have a leg up to the power of computers." THE SYSTEM will involve equipment supplied by the Burroughs…

… Corporation, and will link students, faculty and staff in the most ambitious computer familiarity project of any business school in the coun- try, Whitaker said. The new system, he said, is necessary for the…

… University to stay competitive with 'You just can't turn around without having to use a computer in the business world.' - Gilbert Whitaker business school dean the more prestigious business schools. The…

… system will link a number of new microcomputers and also provide users access to the University's central com- puters. The project will be similar to the Computer Aided Engineering Network developed by the…

… using a computer in the business world." Burroughs will send seven representatives to the campus for the first year of the system's operation to help work out logistical problems and train faculty and…

… dormitor) Crawford said he is considering making the fa( specialty housing, possibly for computer science me The temporary housing of seminar participants may become permanent, according to Ann Walt business…

July 13, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 23) • Page Image 9

… some of Comden and Green's best songs, their other accomplishments are worth noting. For instance, before Frank Sinatra recently revived his career with his tribute to the Big Apple, he sang about "New…

… and a computer to speck of light corresponds exactly to a coordinate the special effectsstar in the sky. The planets, which are The second thing you'll notice when bigger, brighter, and move around in…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… freeze was a positive See IN-STATE, Page 11 r Apple deal sours local r By DAVID VANKER Looking for a cheap way to join the 1computer age? A deal between the University and Apple computers to provide…

…'s Microcom- puter Education Center, an office in the education school where potential pur- chasers can try out the Apples and learn how they work. To discourage resale of the bargain computers outside the…

….' - Nancy Reding Apple computer dealer etailers Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale and the University of Chicago. "They're the trend-setters," Dixon remarked. "They're the universities that will be…

… developing a lot of the sof- tware (for the introduced Macintosh)," she said. Consequently students, staff mem- bers, and faculty get a good deal on computers. And Apple sets up ties in a good market. The plan…

… seemed to benefit everyones- except for private computer dealers. THE UNIVERSITY'S arrangement with Apple has not met with much ap- proval in Ann Arbor's private sector. Many retailers charge that the…

… never intended to destroy retail outlets with its offer to the universities. On the contrary, she said, "By getting the computers out to colleges we ac- tually thought it would enhance See APPLE, Page 13…

Apple Computers, Inc. Under the plan, the University is allowed to offer four computer models - the Apple Macin- tosh, Lisa, Hie, and III - at a generous discount. Faculty, staff, and students can get a…

…, manager of Inacomp, the retailer that won the right to serve as the official distributor of the Apple systems sold by the University, said Apple is simply trying to condition computer-users to its products…

… to Ed Fleckenstein, president of Technavest Corp., a local computer retailer, Apple needs to secure a larger share of the market. And, he said, "They'll give (the com- puters) away to get it." AMONG…

computers to students, staff, and faculty at generous discounts has made everyone happy - except the retailers who seem to have lost their market. OVER 1,000 orders have been received at the University…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… be similar to the Computer Aided Engineering Network developed by the engineering college in conjunction with Apple computers. Students in that school have also paid a $100 surcharge added to tuition…

… BOOKSTORE Apple deal sours local computer business Main Store: 549 East University Electronics Showroom: 1110 South University Ann Arbor, MI 48104 (313)662-3201 s (Continued from Page 1) lbusiness…

… Fadden, wider use and ownership of computer benefits retailers as well as the Apple company. "It's a very wise move to get com- puters into everybody's hands," he said. "I think it's good for everybody…

…The Michigan Daily-- Thursday, September 6, 1984 - Page 13 00 Business students to pay $100 fee for computers By THOMAS HRACH Business students will enter the computer age this term with a new…

computer network for the business school, similar to the one already in use by the engineering school. But new technology doesn't come cheap, so the aspiring businessmen will be charged an additional $100…

September 06, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 1) • Page Image 18

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… graduate schools, computer center, an atomic ac- a research library. Instead of 500 lecture you have six per class. Only t countries can afford graduate e said. In the United States however, Heise said…

September 12, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 6) • Page Image 8

… JEWISH Religious School seeking Jr. High teacher of history and Bible for Sat. a.m. program. Call 994-4261 or 665-4744. 60H0915 IMMEDIATE OPENING for daytime waitress. Full or part time. Apple in person at…

… details. 24 hrs. 48H0914 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER-% time, 7-10/hr. upperclass or grad student, work experience preferred. 996-0684 evenings and weekends. 38H0915 PIZZA MAKERS, counter help, and pizza drivers…

… - computer 46 Sulfur: Comb. form 49 Crowded, as at a sale 51 Bangkok baby- sitter 55 Part of the ship's bow 56 Mrs. Shakespeare and others 57 Sabot's relative 58 Berra of baseball 59 European blackbird 60…

September 19, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…, "Fortran-77 Programming Language II," 7:00-8:00 p.m., Nat. Sci. Auditorium. CAEN Evening Training Session - Richard Phillips, "The Apple Lisa and Macintosh," 7:00 p.m., Carrol Auditorium, Chrysler Center…

…Sable River, 7:30 p.m., NCRB Conference Room. Undergraduate Tappan Association - Meeting, 6:00 p.m., Rm. 3302, East Engineering. Miscellaneous Computing Center - Laboratory introduction to Ontel Terminal, 1…

September 22, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 15) • Page Image 6

… Unaccompanied performance Norse god Tumult Computer input Grow weary Short jacket Pause River or sea "-- Sylphides" .10 it 112 113 i mia s a t s s s s - .o< 1 - : Cheating: Little risk, little guilt See…

… Arbor. Michigan -.Friday. March23. 1984 e'e Cen Twlv ePges .B Apple Bound Cager s gon , oust touhXavier n NYT --- 5 & 7 15 j 97-1 23 24 25 26 29 30 31 32 . 37 38 39 41 42 43 45 51 52 153 E 54 55 33…

September 23, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 16) • Page Image 4

… aculty, and other groups in- University to vote against i computers poperty taxes to their December, 1981 levels-substantially lower than current rates-unless voters backed a tax increase in a special…

… University officers to campaign against it. The University will spend an un- Just when you thought it was safe to go to the library to escape the advance of computer technology by settling into a chair and…

… letting your eyes dive into an old leather-bound book, the UGLi replaces its lounge chairs and tables with Michigan Terminal System computers. Forget pop machines and candy dispensers, in a high tech world…

computer facility for general student use would be a good trade off for the lounge, especially considering the Michigan Union's new food places and study area. Though it is not yet known how much the project…

… will cost or which computers will be in stalled, Norden estimates there will be at least 40 or 45 Zenith Z150's as well as a large number of MTS terminals. One of the few flaws in the idea is that it was…

…'s 1 IHEMCRAB APPLE National Wildlife Refuge in Williamson County, Ill. used to be the Sangamon dump-a disposal site for a local electrical com- pany. It is now the federal site listed as most hazardous…

September 26, 1984 (vol. 95, iss. 18) • Page Image 3

… compatibles, including graphics. Models for Apple computers also available. 32900 COLUMBIA MPC COMPUTER -- with dual floppies. 1 28K memory, graphics, serial …

… will- carry nuclear warheads. Engin. school issues photo I.D. By ALYSSA FIRST In an effort to clamp down on studen- ts who show false identification cards to use computers at the College of Engineering…

… use computers in the Chrysler Center, the Undergraduate Library, East Engineering and the Dow Buildings, said Robert Patrick, associate security supervisor for the safety department. FORMERLY students…

… other students who want to use the special computers, said Mary Robertson, a senior who sits on the college's student council. "I've heard of people giving away their ID cards and a lot of people doing…

… LSA stuff on the engineering com- puters," Robertson said. "THE PROBLEM was brought up in engineering council and photo IDs were seen as the best solution," she ad- ded. Use of engineering computers is…

… supposed to be there could be denying access to an engineering student who has paid a fee to use the computers," Phillips said. SEVERAL students said the college failed to notify them about getting a new…

… Development - Phillip Tobias, "The Kalahari Bushmen and the Changing Size of Modern Human Beings," 4:10 p.m., Rackham. Computer Center - "Intro to File Editor," 12:10 p.m., 1011 NUBS; "In- tro to Taxis part 1…

… Organizations Development Center - Workshop, "One for All and All for One: Team Building" 4 p.m. & 7 p.m., Union. Microcomputer Education Center - Workshop, Intro to Macintosh Per- sonal Computer, 9 a.m., Word…

…- cident. A story in yesterday's Daily in- correctly stated that those facts were confirmed by Ann Arbor police. s In a barrel because of debts? LOOK FOR WORK IN DAM COMPUTERS "You'll swear by us" STUDENT…

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