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t rie MICHIGAN DAILY

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GEO negotiations continue

Unit to probe Cobb affair

J

(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan Employment Rela-
tions Commission (MERC) but
is not actually a state employe.
McDonald is an attorney and
an arbitrator.
THE ROLE of the fact-finder
as defined by MERC is to hold
hearings of the positions of
both parties, evaluate the mer-
its of those positions, and make
a recommendation for solving
the dispute.
The final step for negotia-
tions is binding arbitration,
which the GEO has repeatedly
proposedand the University
as rejected. The role of the

arbitrator is essentially iden-1
tical to that of the fact-finder
except that his recommenda-
tion is legally binding. Both
parties must agree to that
recommendation as the final
contract.
The GEO leadership is,
scrambling to maintain its sup-
port, particularly with under-
graduates. While they still
urge undergraduates to honor
their picket lines, they are
aware of the difficult position
students are in with mid-terms
fast approaching in many de-
partments.
AS UNION leader Mark Kap-
lan put it at Monday's mass
meeting, "The University has
the undergrads by a delicate
part of the anatomy and we
can't expect them (the under-
graduates) to walk away when
the hand that is holding that
delicate part of the anatomy
won't let go."
GEO spokesman said last
night, "While the numbers of
undergraduates who have been
honoring the picket lines has
decreased, the number of
trucks getting through has de-
finitely decreased."

THE STEWARDS endorsed
four of the Third World Coali-.
tion Council's (TWCC) six ini
-tial demands; the demand for
a Chicano Cultural Center, for
an Asian American advocate,
for a Native American advo-
cate, for amnesty for demon-
strators, and urged an investi-
gation of the firing of Cleo
Lyons.
"We feel the kinds of changes
they're trying to get. would
complement our affirmative ac-
tion proposal," declared Dave
Gordon.
GEO plans another mass ral-
ly in Regents' Plaza in front of
the Administration Building
for tomorrow at noon, where
speakers from groups support-
ing the union will speak. The
rally will be directed at the
Regents meeting which will be
going on at the time.
GEO bargainers Michelle
Hoyman and Mark Kaplan will
address the Regents concern-
ing the union's demands. Hoy-
man and Kaplan represent the
more conservative and radical
factions of the union, respec-
tively.
The union received the sup-
port of vet another group yes-
terday. This time it's the
Washtenaw County Board of
Commissioners, representing
the first GEO support from a
publicly elected body.

(Continued from Page 1)
VICE-PRESIDENT for Aca-
demic Affairs Frank Rhodes
appointed the affirmative a--tion
committee in December, chatrg-
ing it to "generally review af-
firmative action in the Univer-
sity and make recommenda-
tions," Rhodes' assistant Ed-
ward Dougherty explained yes-
terday.
According to Edwards the
"group first met after the Cobb
affair broke on January 19 and
decided immediately to look in-
to it." He added, "We real-
ized there were lots of other
tough problems but they simply
had to wait because the Cobb
case was too important."
Edwards was pleased with the
investigation's initial stages, as-
serting, "Thus far we have vot
had any obstacles thrown in
our way. We have been able to
get all information anyone on
our committee feels played a
significant part."
ONE HIGH University source
cited the committee's all fac-
ulty make-up as a positive
point, explaining, "They will
probably do better than admin-
istrators. There is a feeling
among some faculty against the
administration. Some professors
do not want the administration
to tell the faculty what to do-
that's a part of the tenure ques-
tion."
The committee's investigation
follows a request a week and a

half ago from the Deparrment
of Health, Education and Wel-
fare (HEW) Civil Rights divi-
sion for a full report from the'
University on the . dcansnip
crisis.
Regent James Waters (D-
Muskegon) also called >n the
Board of Regents last week to
investigate the c o m p 1 a x in-
cident.
EDWARDS undersc)red the
difference b e t w e e n HEW's
purely legal examianfion and
the committee's p r o b e into
"questions of University
policy," explaining, "We are
asking if the University acted
in a legitimate fashion; did we
act right?"
Waters did not rule out the
Regental investigation yester-
day in view of the University
probe. He said, "I'm not :ure
if this will be satisfactory."
Waters s a i d the Regents
would discuss a possible probe
during their regular monthly
meeting today and tornrrow.
CHAIRWOMAN for the Wo-

man's Commission E u n i c e
B'irns, who earlier expressed
shock at the University's action,
yesterday was confident that the
committee probe would answer
the multitude of questions raised
since the Regents' unexp;oted
vote last month.
Burns hoped "the zoology de-
partment would talk t> the
panel," suggesting that "silence
sometimes looks bad.' Burns
named the tenure issue as the
major factor in the breaKdown
of the negotiations.
Comparative Literature Prof.
and former associate LSA dean
Charles Witke welcomed the
committee probe yeserday as-
serting, "It seems important to
have the truth about everything.
I always thought 'he best pis-
sible kind of group to nvesti-
gate are representatives of the
faculty rather than an outside
group or an administrative
wing."
He concluded, "This seems a
step in the right direction. The
more known about the process
and the University trie better,"

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The third in this semester's lunch hour discussions. Repre-
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and Internal Revenue Service will discuss opportunities in
their fields.
ALL WOMEN WELCOME - Freshpeople, Seniors, Grad.
students, faculty, and staff. Feel free to bring or buy
your lunch.
THURSDAY, FEB. 20-12 NOON
Held in Conference Rooms 1 & 2
MICHIGAN LEAGUE

Records will not burn
(Cotined romPag 1

Mlanning t
Placement
764.7460

The GEO made a
commitment to the
World Coalition Council
day after a meeting
GEO Stewards' Council1

limited
Third
yester-
of the
to con-

E sider the group's demands.

GOING TO EUROPE IN 1975?
YOU MUST BE AN EARLY BIRD TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOWEST INDIVIDUAL AIR FARES TO EUROPE.
THE LOWEST FARES AND THE LARGEST TRAVEL PROGRAM OPERATE OUT OF CANADA.
TRAVEL WITH AIR CANADA - LAKER AIRWAYS - CP AIR - TRANSAVIA - QUEBECAIR TO...
PARIS, AMSTERDAM, FRANKFURT, LONDON, GLASGOW, MANCHESTER, DUBLIN, LISBON.
DEPARTURES FROM TORONTO - MONTREAL - WINDSOR, ON CANADIAN GOVERNMENT APPROVED ABC FLIGHTS.
TWO WEEKS TO 20 WEEKS. YOU CAN SAVE ON SCHEDULED FLIGHT COSTS BUT YOU MUST BOOK AT LEAST 60 DAYS BEFORE DEPARTURE.

(Continued from Page 1)
that students be allowed to see
all materials in their files.
MORRIS SAID Tuesday that
because Rhodes declared last
month that students should notI
be allowed to see their letters(
of recommendation, there wasE
no option but to remove them
from the files.
Morris commented Tuesday,
"The feeling of the board is
that if the material is' not ac-
cessible to the student, it should
not be accessible to anyone."
He stressed that he did not per-
sonallyapprove of the decision
to destroy the material, but that
no other options were open.
Rhodes consulted Morris yes-!
terday morning prior to an-
nouncing his decision that the
files should not be deyroved.
Morris left town soon after the
meeting and could not be reazli-
ed for comment last night.
THE MOVE to destroy por-
tions of student records is the
result of a new federd law
allowing students to see almostr

all of the material in their aca-
demic records. However, let-
ters of recommendation writen
before January 1, 1975, with the
understanding that they would
remain confidential, may stay
secret.
Acting LSA Dean Billy Frye
commented last night, "The
whole question of the meaning
of the law is still under con-
sideration."
Frye argued against the de-
struction of counseling material
saying, "When material is de-
stroyed, the decision not to put
that material to use is irrevoc-
able."
EUGENE NISSEN, the I SA
director of academic actions,
noted that "andargument against
having files destroyed is that
this would raise the leval of
student mistrust, apprehension
and concern. It would raise
more questions than it would
answer. It would also be costly."

WHAT ARE ABC FLIGHTS?
Advanced Booking Charters are tic-
ensed and approved flights subject to
rules-made-by the Canadian Government.
Anyone may travel on these flights if
bookings are made no less than 60 days
before departure date, You do not have
-to belong to some organisation or group.
Your fare is not variable or dependent
on the number of people on the flight.
You must pay a nion-refundable deposit
when booking, of $50 and the balance of
the fare must be paid 45 days before
departure. These are not the same as
-American TGC flights where the price
depends on number of-passengers, neither
is it affinity charters where you must
have belonged to an organisation for
TORONTO-LONDON-TORONTO
OUR
REF. NO. 800K
$U.S.279. Depart Return DAYS BEFORE
L$228 14 Aprit 27 May 43 17 Feb.
1S229 18 April 04 May 16 17 Feb.
LS230 18Aprl 11May 23 24Feb.
LS231 25Aoril 11 Mav 16 24 Feb.
LS232 25 April 18 May 23 27 Feb.
LS233 28 April 13 May 15 27 Feb.
LS234 28 April 27 May 29 27 Feb.
LS235 28 April 10 June 43 27 Feb.
$U.S. 299.
CT23 04 May 21 Aug. 109 04 March
LS236 02 May 18Maur 16 03 March
LS237 02 May 25 May 23 03 March
LS238 09 May 25 May 16 10 March
LS239 09 May 01 June '23 10 March
LS240 12 May 27 May 15 13 March
LS241 12 May 10OJune 29 13 March
LS242 12May 24June 43 13March
LS243 16 May 01 June 16 17 March
LS244 16 May 08 June 23 17 March
LS245 23 May 08 June 16 24 March
LS246 23May 15June 23 24March
LS247 26 May 14 June 15 27March
LS248 26 May 24 June 29 27 March
LS249 26 May 08 July 43 27 March
LS250 28 May 17 July 50 28 March
LS251 30 May 15 June 16 31 March
LS252 30 Mpy 22 June 23 31 March
LS253 02 June 17 June 15 03 Aprl
LS254 02 June 01 July 29 03 April
LS255 05 June 21 Aug. 77 04 April
LS256 05 June 04 Sept. 91 04 April
LS257 06 June 22 June 16 07 April
LS258 06 June 29 June 23 07 April
LS259 09June 24 June 15 10April
LS260 09 June 08 July 29 10 April
LS261 09 June 22 July 43 10 April
LS262 13 June 29 June 16 14 April
LS263 13 June 06 July 23 14 April
LS264 16 June 01 July 15 17 April
LS265 16 June 15 July 29 17 April
LS266 19 June 28 Aug. , 70 18 April
LS267 19 June 11 Sept. 84 18 April
$U.S. 366.
LS268 20June 06 July' 16 21 April
LS269 20 June 13 July - 23 21 April
LS270 23 June 08 July 15 24 April
LS271 23 June 22 July 29 24 Aprd1
LS-272 26 June 21 Aug. 56 27 April
LS273 26 June 04 Sept. 70 27 April
LS274 27 June 13 July. 16 28 April
LS275 27 June 20 July 23 28 April
LS276 30 June 15 July -:15 01 May
LS277 30 June 29 July 29 01 May
LS278 03Juiy 28Aug. 56 02May
LS279 03 July 1 1 Sept: 70 02 May
LS280 04 July 20July 16 05 May
LS281 04 July 27 Juiy 23 05 May
LS282 07 July 22 July -15 08 May
LS283 07 July 05 Aug 29 08 May
LS284 07 July 19 Aug: 43 08 May
LS285 11 July 27 July 16 12 May
LS286 11 July 03 Aug; 23 12 May
LS287 14 July 29 July 15 15 May
LS288 14 July 12 Aug. 29 15 May
LS289 18 July 03 Aug. 16 19 May
LS290 18 July 10 Ac4g. 23 19 May
LS291 21 July 05 Aug. 15 22 May
LS292 21 July 19 Aug:. 29 22 May
LS293 21 July 02 Sept: 43 22 May
LS294 25 July 10 Aug. 16 26 May
LS295 25 July 17 Aug. 23 , 26 May
LS296 28 July 12 Aug. 15 29 May
LS297 28 July 26 Aug.. 29 29 May
LS298 01 Aug. 17 Aug.,. 16 02 June
LS299 01 Aug. 24 Aua. 23 02 June
LS300 04Aug, 19Aug .15 05June
LS301 04Aug. 02Sept, 29 05 June
LS302 04 Aug. 16 Sept. 43 05 June
LS303 08 Aug. 24 Aug. 16 09 June
LS304 08 Aug. 31 Aug.' 23 09 June
LS305 11 Aug 26 Aug. 15 12 June
LS306 11 Aug. 09 Sept. 29 12June
LS307 15 Aug. 31 Au.g 16 09 June
L$308 1 52Aug, 07Sept. 23 0 29June
$U.S. 299.
LS309 ISAug. 02Sept. 15 19June
L310 18Aug 16Sept. 29 19June
LS311 18Aug. 30Sept. 43 .1June
L312 222Aug. 07Sept. 16 23June
LS313 22Aug,. 14Sept. 23 23June
LS314 2SAug. 09Sept. 15 14OJuly
LS315 25 Aug. 23 Sept. 29 10 July
LS316 29 Aug. 14 Sit. 16 30OJune
LS317 29 Aug. 21 Sept. 23 30 June
LS318 01 Sept. 16 Sept. 15 03 July
LS. 901 Sept, 30 Sept. 29 03 July
L520 01-Sept. 14 Oct. 43 03 July
LS321 05 Sept. 21 Sept. 16 07 July
-L S322""-OS5'ept: 28Sept. 23 07 July
LS323 08 Sept. . 23 Sept. 15 10 July
LS324 08 Sept.- 07 Oct. 29 10 July
LS325 :-'1r2 Sept. 28 Sept, 16 14 July
LS326 12 Sept. 05 Oct. 23 14 July
'LS327 15 Sept.-30 Sept, 15 17 July
LS5328 15 Sept. 14 Oct. 29 17 July
_ --L3?9 19 Sept. '05 Oct.. 16 121 July
L 3'10 19 Sept. 12 Oct. 23 21 July
Lb3a1 22 Sept.' 07 Oct. 15 24 July
LS332 ,126 Sept. 12 Oct. 16 28 July
LS333 26 Sept. 19 Oct. 23 28 July
.5334 29YSept, 1.4 Oct. 15 31 July
-; IUS. 279,
L53.35 030(Jct. 19 Oct. 16 04 Aug.
LS336 03 Oct. 260Oct. 23 04 Aug.
L .-Oct. 26 Oct. 16 11 Aug.
1 S3:3 1001.t, 2 Nv. 23 11lAug.

6 months. ABC flights are for everyone
provided you book 60 days ahead of
departure. Even if you have to travel
from your home town to Montreal,
Toronto, or Windsor, you still save lots
of dollars on the fares available from
the U.S., especially if you intend to be
away for 21 days or less, or for more
than 45 days.
WHO ARE WE?
Kentours is the group sales division
of Kennedy Travel Bureau Limited, and
has been in the Travel industry since
1926. You can check on us by calling the
Better Business Bureau, or the Bank of
Montreal or the Canadian Transport
Commission.
OUR NO. BOOK
REF. Depart Return DAYS BEFORE
LS339 17 Oct. 02 Nov. 16 18 Aug.
LS340 17 Oct. 09 Nov. 23 18 Aug.
LS341 24 Oct. 09'Nov. 16 25 Aug.
LS342 24 Oct. 16 Nov. 23 25 Aug.
LS343 31 Oct. 16 Nov. 16 01 Sept.
LS344 31 Oct. 23 Nov. 23 01 Sept.
LS345 07 Nov. 16 Nov. 09 08 Sept.
LS346 07 Nov. 23 Nov. 16 08 Sept.
LS347 07 Nov. 30 Nov. 23 08 Sept.
LS 348 14 Nov. 23 Nov. 09 15 Sept.
LS349 14 Nov. 30 Nov. 16 15 Sept.
LS350 14 Nov. 07 Dec. 23 15 Sept.
LS351 21 Nov. 30 Nov. 09 22 Sept.
LS352 21 Nov. 07 Dec. 16 22 Sept.
LS353 21 Nov. 14 Dec. 23 22 Sept.
LS354 28 Nov. 07 Dec. 09 29 Sept.
LS355 28 Nov. 14 Dec. 16 29 Sept.
LS356 28 Nov. 21 Dec. 23 20 Sept.
LS357 05 Dec. 14 Dec. 09 06 Oct.
LS358 05 Dec. 21 Dec. 16 06 Oct.
LS359 05 Dec. 28 Dec. 23 06 Oct.
WINDSOR-LONDON-WINDSOR
$U.S. 279.
LS40 20 April 04May 14 19 Feb.
LS41 20 April 11 May 21 19 Feb.
LS42 20 April 18May 28 19 Feb.
LS43 27 April 11 May 14 26 Feb.
L744 27 April 18 May 21 26 Feb.
LS4. 27 April 25 May 28 26 Feb.
$U.S. 309.

Tourama Charters is a division of
Tourama Travels Inc., specialist travel
agents in African and Far Eastern travel
services. We bank at the Bank of Nova
Scotia and we are known to the Better
Business Bureau. Here are the phone
.numbers: Bank of Montreal, 416.867-
5278. Bank of Nova Scotia, 416-866-
5871. Better Business Bureau, 416.363-
7111. Canadian Transport Committee,
613.996-5951.
HOW TO BOOK
Complete the coupon appearing in
this advertisement. Enclose a non-re-
fundable cashiers check or money order
for $50 (or the full fare if you wish) and
mail to either Tourama or Kentours.
OUR NO. BOOK
REF. Depart Return DAYS BEFORE
LS126 02 Nov. 30 Nov. 2b uJ sept.
LS 127 09 Nov, Nov. 14 10Sept.
LS 128 09 Nov. 30 Nov. 21 10 Sept..
LS129 09 Nov. 07 Dec. 28 10 Sept.
LS130 16 Nov. 30Nov. 14 17 Sept.
LS131 16 Nov. 07Dec. 21 17 Sept.
LS132 16 Nov. 14 Dec. 28 17 Sept.
LS133 23 Nov. 07Doc. 14 24 Sept.
LS134 23 Nov. 140cec. 21 24 Sept.
LS135 23 Nov. 21Dec. 28 24 Sept.
LS136 30Nov. 14 Dec. 14 01Oct.
LS137 30 Nov. 21 Dec. 21 01 Oct.
LS138 30 Nov. 28 Dec. 28 01 Oct.
LS139 07 Dec. 21 Dec, 14 08 Oct.
LS140 07 Dec. 28 Dec. 21 08 Oct.
LS141 07 Dec. 04 Jan. 28 08 Oct.
MONTREAL-LONDON-MONTREAL
SU.S. 269.
LS184 26 April 17 May 21 25 Feb
LS185 26 April 07 June 42 25 Feb
SU.S. 294. -
LS186 17 May 07 June 21 1$ Mar.
LS187 . 17 May 21June 35 18 Mar.
LS188 07 June 21June 14 08 April
LS189 07 June 05 July 28 08 April
$U.S. 355.
LS190 21 June 05 July 14 22 April
LS191 21 June 19 July 28 22 April
LS192 05 July 19 July 14 06 May
LS193 05July 02 Aug. 28 06 May
LS194 19 July 02Aug. 14 20May
LS195 19 July 16 Aug. 28 20May
LS196 02 Aug. 16 Aug. 14 03 Juno
LS197 02 Aug. 30-Aug. 28 03 June
LS198 16 Aug. 30Aug. 14 17 June
LS1 99 16 Aug. 13 Sept. 28 17 June
$U.S. 294.
LS200 30 Aug. 13 Sept. 14 01 July
LS201 30 Aug. 27 Sept. 28 01 July
LS202 13 Sept. 27 Sept. 14 15 July
LS203 13 Sept. 11 Oct. 28 15 July
LS204 27 Sept. 11 Oct. 14 29 July
LS205 27 Sept. 25Oct. 28 29 July
$U.S. 269.

Names and deposits must reach us in
time, that is, no later than 60 days be-
fore departure date. By regulation we
cannot accept late bookings for any
reason, so mail early.
You must, at time of booking give
name, address, phone number and your
passport or social security number. This
identity number is checked at the airport
to ensure that only those who booked
60 days ahead can travel.
We will send you a receipt and flight
confirmation, with a note indicating
when the balance of the fare must reach
us. Again you will receive a receipt when
the balance of fare is paid. This balance
of fare must reach us 45 days before
departure date. Your tickets and flight

instructions will be mailed to you 30
days before departure date.
Insurance is available at $6 per pas-
senger to protect you in case illness or
injury or death involving the passenger
or his/her immediate family, makes can
cellation of the trip necessary. This in.
surance covers the refund of the moneys
paid by the passenger. Indicate on your
booking form that this missed-flight in-
surance is required, enclose $6 and with
your receipt we will send you the insur-
ance document.
With your receipt, we will send you
details about Student Railpass, Eurail-
pass and other useful travel literature.
OUR NO. BOOK
REF Depart Return DAYS BEFORE
TORONTO-FRANKFURT-
AMSTERDAM-TORONTO
S$US. 399.
CTO6 25 June 18 July 23 25 April
CT07 09 July 19Sept. 72 09May
CT08 09 July 10 Oct; 93 09 May
$U.S. 344.
CTO9 23 Aug 25 Sept. 33 23 June
The above flights are to Frankfurt and
return is from Amsterdam.
TORONTO-FRANKFURT-TORONTO
$U.S. 344.
CT1 O6e 2Set13 0Mac

OUR
REF.

NO. BOOK
Depart Return DAYS BEFORE

$U.S. 296.
LS31 20 Aug. 11 Sept. 22 20 June
L32 20 Aug. 25 Sept. 37 20 June
TORONTO-AMSTERDAM-TORONTO

LS46
LS47
LS48
LS49
LS 50
LS51
LS52
LS 53
LS 54
LS55
LS56
LS57
LS58
LS59
LS60
LS61
LS62
LS63
LS 64
LS 65
LS 66
$U.S.
LS 67
LS 68
LS 69
LS70
LS 71
LS72
LS 73
LS 74
LS 75
LS76
LS 77
LS 78
LS 79
LS80
LS81
LS82
LS3
LS84
LS85
LS86
LS88
LS89
LS90J
LS92
LS 93

04 May
04 May
04 May
11 May
11 May
11 May
18 May
18 May
18 May
25 May
25 May
25 May
01 June
01 June
01 June
08 June
08 June
08 June
15 June
15 June
15 June
359.
22 June
22 June
22 June
29 June
29 June
29 June
06 July
06 July
06 July
13 July
13 July
13 July
20 July
20 July
20 July
27 July
27. July
27 July
03 Aug.
03 Aug.
03 Aug.
10 Aug.
10 Aug.
10 Aug.
17 Aug.
1 7 Aug.
17 Auig..

18 May
25 May
01 June
25 May
01 June
08 June
01 June
08 June
15 June
08,June
15 June
22 June
15 June
22 June
29 June
22 June
29 June
6 July
29 June
06 July
13 July
06 July
13 July
20 July
13 July
20 July
27 July
20 July
27 July
03 Aug.
27 July
03 Aug.
10 Aug.
03 Aug.
10 Aug.
17 Aug.
10 Aug.
17 Aug.
24 Aug.
17 Aug.
24 Aug.
31 Aug
24 Aug.
31 Aug.
07 Sept.
31 Aug.
07 Sept.
14 Sept.
07 Sept.
21 Sept.
14 Sept.
14 Sept.
21 Sept.
28 Sept.
21 Sept.
28 Sept.
05 Oct.
28 Sept.
05 Oct.
12 Oct.
05 Oct.
12 Oct.
19 Oct.
12 Oct.
19 Oct.
26 Oct.
19 Oct.
26 Oct.
02 Nov.
26 Oct.
02 Nov.
09 Nov.
02 Nov.
09 Nov.
16 Nov.
09 Nov.
16.Nov.
23 Nov.
16 Nov.
23 Nov.

14
21
28
14
21
28
14
21
28
14
21
28
14
21
28
14
21
28
14
21
28

05 Mar.
05 Mar.
05 Mar.
12 Mar.
12 Mar.
12 Mar.
19 Mar.
19 Mar.
19 Mar.
26 Mar.
26 Mar.
26 Mar.
02 April
02 April
02 April
09 April
09 April
09 April
16 April
16 April
16 April
23 April
23 April
23 April
30 April
30 April
30 April
07 May
07 May
07 May
14 May
14 May
14 May
21 May
21 May
21 May
28 May
28 May
28 May
04 June
04 June
04 June
11 June
11 June
11 June
18 June
18 June
18 June
25 June,
25 June
25 June
02 July
02 July
02 July
09 July
09 July
09 July
16 July
16 July
16 July
23 July
23 July
23 July
30 July
30 July
30 July
06 Aug.
06 Aug.
06 Aug.
13 Aug.
13 Aug.
13 Aug.
20 Aug.
20 Aug.
20 Aug.
27 Aug.
27 Aug.
27 Aug.
03 Sept.
03 Sept.

$U .S. 29 1.
OSO1 29 Aprit
QS02 29 April
$U.S. 324.
CT01 05 May
CTO2 05 May
TT01 07 May
TT02 14 May
QS03 16 May
QSO4 16 May
QSOS 20 May
TS06 20 May
CTO3 22 May
£T04 22 May
QSO7 30 May
0508 30 May
703 05 June
QSO9 10 June
QS10 10June
QS11 13 June
QS12 13 June
$U.S. 377.
TT04 26 June
QS13 27 June
QS14 27 June
QS15 01 July
QS16 01 July
TT05 02 July
TT06 09 July
TT07 10 July
QS17 11 July
QS18 11July
QS19 22 July
QS20 22 July
CTOS 24 July
0S21 25 July
0S22 25 July
QS23 08 Aug.
QS24 08 Aug.
QS25 12 Aug.
0S26 12 Aug.
$U.S. 324.
0S27 22 Aug.
0S28 22 Aug..,
Q029 02 Sept.
QS30 02 Sept.
Q531 05 Sept.
0S32 05 Sept.
0.533 19 Sept.
QS34 19 Sept.
QS35 23 Sept.

05 Aug.
12 July
26 July
23 July
13 Aug.
15 Aug.
20 Aug.
25 Aug.
26 July
09 Aug.
13 Aug.
03 Sept.
12 Sept.
09 A ug.
23 Aug.
23 Aug.
06 Sept.
03 Sept.
24 Sept.
06 Sept.
20 Sept.
24 Sept.
15 Oct.
20 Sept.
04 Oct.
04 Oct.
18 Oct.
15 Oct.

21 May 22
11 June 43
09 Sept. 128
30 May 25
23 May 16
19 June 36
31 May 15
14 June 29
11 June 22
02 July 43
13 June 22
09 Sept. 110
14 June 15
28 June 29
28 July 53
02 July 22
23 July 43
28 June 15
12 July 29

40
15
29
22
43
44
42
40
15
29
22
43
50
15
29
15
29
22
43
15
29
22
43
15
29
15
29
22

28 Feb.
28 Feb.
05 March
05 March
07 March
14 March
17 March
17 March
21 March
21 March
22 March
22 March
31 March
31 March
05 April
11 April
11 April
14 April
14 April
26 April
28 April
28 April
02 May
02 May
02 May
09 May
10 May
12 May
12 May
23 May
23 May
24 May
26 May
26 May ,
09 June
09 June
13 June
13 June
23 June
23 June
04 Juliy

CT10 06 May
MS39 13 May
0S40 13 May
CCO1 15 May
CCO2 28 May
0541 03 June
0S42 03 June
CC03 11 June
CCO4 11 June
CC05 18 June
CCO6 18 June
$U.S. 399.
QS43 24 June
0S44 24 June
CC07 25 June
CC08 25 June
CC09 02 July
CC10 02 July
QS45 15 July.
QS46 15 July
CC11 23 July
CC12 30 July
QS47 05 Aug.
0S48 05 Aug.
CC13 13 Aug.
$U.S. 344.
CC14 23 Aug.
QS49 26 Aug.
QS50 26 Aug.
CC15 27 Aug.
CC16 03 Sept.
CC 17 03 Sept.
QS51 16 Sept.

26 Sept.
11 Sept.
04 June
25 June
06 June
19 June
25 June
16 July
03 July
10 July
03 July
10 July
16 July
06 Aug.
18 July
24 July
24 July
31 July
06 Aug.
27 Aug.
14 Aug.
28 Aug.
27 Aug.
17 Sept.
04 Sept.
11 Sept.
17 Sept.
08 Oct.
17 Sept.
26 Sept.
03 Oct.
08 Oct.

22
43
23
29
22
29
22
43
22
29
22
43
22
19
22
43
21
23
30
22

143
128
22
43
22
22
22
43
22
29
15
22

06 March
14 March
14 March
14 March
27 March
04 April
04 April
11 April
11 April
18 April
18 April
25 April
25 April
25 April
25 April
02 May
02 May
16 May
16 May
23 May
30 May
06 June
06 June
13 June
24 June
27 June
27 June
27 June
04 July
04 July
18 July

LS206 11 Oct.
LS207 11 Oct.
LS208 25 Oct.
LS209 25 Oct.
LS210 08 Nov.
LS211 08 Nov.
LS212 22 Nov.
LS213 22-Nov.
LS214 06 Dec.
LS215 06 Dec.
TORONTO-PR
$U.S. 269.
LS01 30 April
L$02 30 April
$U.S. 294.

25 Oct.
08 Nov.
22 Nov.
22 Nov.
06 Dec.
06 Dec.
20 Dec.
03 Jan.

14
28
14
28
14
28
14
28
14
28

12 Aug.
26 Aug.
26 Aug.
09 Sept.
09 Sept.
23 Sept.
23 Sept.
07 Oct.
07 Oct.

TORONTO-DUBLIN-TORONTO

RESTWICK-TORONTO

15 May 15
05 June 37

LSO3
LSO4
CT15
CTIG
CT17
LSOS
LS 06
LSO7
LS 08
CT 19

14 May
14 May
20 May
31 May
31 May
04 June
04 June
18 June
18 June
05 July

$U.S. 309
LS94
LS95
LS96
LS97
LS98
LS99
LS100
LS1 01
LS 102
LS103
LS104
LS 105
LS 106
LS 107
t .S 1 08
LS 1 09
LS1 10
LS111
$U.S. 279
LS112
LS113
LS114
LS 115
LS 116
LS 117
LS 118
LSl 19
LS 120
LS 121
LS 122
LS 123
LS 124
LS 1 25

24 Aug.
24 Aug.
24 Aug.
31 Aug.
31 Aug.
31 Aug.
07 Sept.
07 Sept.
07 Sept.
14 Sept.
14 Sept.
14 Sept.
21 Sept.
21 Sept.
21 Sept.
28 Sept.
28 Sept.
28 Sept.
05 Oct.
05 Oct.
05 Oct.
12 Oct.
12 Oct.
12 Oct.
19 Oct.
19 Oct.
19 Oct.
26 Oct.
26 Oct.
26 Oct.
02 Nov.
02 Nov.

$U.S. 355.
LSO9 09 July
LS1O 09 July
1.S11 16 July
LS12 23 July
LS 13 23 July
LS 14d 06Aug.
LS 15 13 Aug.
LS16 13 Aug.
SU.S. 294.
LS17 27 Aug.
LS18 27Aug.
CT21 30Aug.
LS19 03 Sept.
CT22 09 Sept.
LS20 17 Sept,

05 June
19 June
24 June
08 July
16 July
23 July
19 June
10 July
10 July
24 July
07 Aug.
24 July
14 Aug.
07 Aug.
14 Aug.
28 Aug.
04 Sept.
28 Aug.
18 Sept.
18 Sept.
02 Oct.
28 Sept.
09 Oct.
20 Oct.
02 Oct.

22
37
35
49
46
53
15
37
22
37
33
15
37
22
22
37
29
15
37
22
37
29
36
41
15

$U.S. 291.
28 Feb. 0S36 03 Oct. 18 Oct 15
28 Feb. QS37 03 Oct. 01 Nov. 29
QS38 17 Oct. 01 Nov. 15
14 March MONTREAL-PARIS-MONTR
14 March sU.S. 269.
20 March QS63 27 April 12 May 15
31 March OS64 27 April 26 May 29
31 March $299.
04 April OS65 11 May 26 May 15
04 Aprl QS66 11 May 09 June 29
18 April 0S67 25 May 09 June 15
SA pril QS68 25May 23 June 29
05 May QS69 01 June 16 June 15
0S70 01 June 30 June 29
09 May Q571 08June 23June 15
09 May 0S72 08 June 07 July 29
16 May QS73 15June 30June 15
23Mv 74 15June 14 July 29

04 July $U.S. 291.
07 July Q52 27 May 18 June 22 28 M
21 Ju ly S53 27 May 09 July 43 28 M
21 July 0S54 17 June 09 July 22 18 AI
25 July QS55 17 June 30July 43 18 A
$U.S. 355.
0S56 08July 30July 22 09 M
04 Aug QS57 08 July 20 Aug. 43 09 M
04 Aug 0S58 29 July 20 Aug. 22 30 M
18 Aug QS59 29 July 10 Sept. 43 30 M
EAL $U.S. 291.
QS60 19 Aug. 10 Sept. 22 20 J
26 Feb.i 061 19 Aug. 01Oct. 43 20Ju
26 eb. QS62 09 Sept. 01 Oct. 22 11 Ji
26 FTORONTO-LISBON DEPARTURE
12 March $U.S. 344.
12 March SCAN. 319.
26 March 0S107 28 May 12 June 15 28 M
26 March QS108 28 May 26 June 29 28 M
02 April QS 109 28 May 10July 42 28 M
02 April QS110 11 June 26 June 15 11 A
09 April OSl 11June 10July 29 1l
09 April 05 112 11iJune 24 July 42 11l
16 Apri $U.S. 388.
16 April $CAN. 369.

23 May
06 June
13 June
13 June
27 June
27 June
30 June
04 July
09 July
18 July

TORONTO-LONDON-
MANCHESTER-TORONTO
The following 2 flights depart Toronto for
London. with return from Manchester
$U.S. 299.
CT 12 04 June 17 July 43 04 April
CT 13 04June 27Aug. 84 04April
TORONTO-MANCHESTER-TORONTO

$U.S. 355.
OS75 2
QS 76 2;
OS77 2
0S78 2
0S79 0
QS80 0(
QSSi 1
0S82 1
OS83 2
0S84 2
0S85 2
0586 2
0S87 0C
0S88 0C
0S89 1
0590 1
0S91 1;
S92 1
$U.S. 299.
0S93 2,
0S94 2
S95 3
0S96 3
0S97 0C
0598 0;
OS99 1
OS100 1
OSl0l 2
OS 102 21
OS 103 2£
SU.S, 269.
OS 104 I
OS 106 21

22 June
22 June
9 June
29 June
06 July
6 July
3 July
3 July
20 July
20 July
27 Juily
'7 July
03 Aug.
03 Aug.
10 Aug.
1 Aug.
17 Aug
7 Aug.
24 Aug.
24 Aug.
31 Aug.
31 Aug.
7 Sept.
07 Sept.
4 Sept,
14 Sept.
21 Sept.
28 Sept.
28 Sept.

07 July
21 July
14 July
28 July
21 July
04 Aug.
28 July
11 Aug.
04 Aug.
18 Aug.
11 Aug.
25 Aug.
18 Aug.
01 Sept.
25 Aug.
08 Sept.
01 Sept.
15 Sept.
08 Sept.
22 Sept.
15 Sept.
2.9 Sept.
22 Sept.
06 Oct.
29 Sept.
13 Oct
06 Oct.
13 Oct.
27 Oct.

15
29.
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
29
15
15
29

23 April
30 April
30 April
07 May
07 May
14 May
14 May
21 May
21 May
28 May
28 May
04 June
04 June
11 June
21 June
18 June
18 June
25 June
25 June
02 July
02 July
09 July
09 July
16 July
16 July
23 July
30 July
30 July
13 A14g
13 Aug.
27 Aug.

OS114 25June
QS 1l15 25 June
OS116 09 July
OSl7 0 9July
0S118 09 July
OS119 23 July
0S120 23July
0S121 23 July
$S3122406 Aug.
QS 123 06 Aug .
0S124 06 Aug.
SU.S. 344.
SCAN. 319.
0S125 20OAug,
OS126 20Aug.
OS127 20 Aug.
0S128 03 Sept.
OS 129 03 Sept.
QS130 03 Sept.
OS131 17 Sept.
0S132 17Sept,
0S133 17 Sept.
$U.S. 312.
$CAN. 289.
QS 134 01 Oct.
OS 135 01 Oct.
0S136 01 Oct.
QS 137 15 Oct,
OS 138 150Oct.
0S139 15 Oct.
OS140 29 Oct.

10 July
24 July
1 7 Aug.
24 July
07 Aug.
21 Aug.
07 Aug.
21 Aug.
04 Sept.
21 Aug.
04 Sept.
18 Sept.
04 Sept.
18 Sept,
02 Oct.
18 Sept.
02 Oct.
16 Oct.
02 Oct.
16 Oct.
30 Oct.
16 Oct.
30 Oct.
13 Nov.
30 Oct.
13 Nov.
13 Nov.
13 Nov.

15
29
42
15
29
42
15
29
42
15
29
15
42
15
29
42
15
29
42
15
29
42
15
29
29
15

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25 April
25 April
25 April
09 May
09 May
09 May
23 May
23 May
23 May
06 June
06 June
06 June
20 June
20 June
20 June
03 July
03 July
03 July
17 July
17 July
17 July
01 Aug.
01 Aug.
01 Aug.
15 Aug.
15 Aug.
15 Aug.
29 Aug.

$U.S. 263.
LS21 2
LS22 2
$U.S. 296.
LS23 2
LS24 2
LS25 1
LS26 1
SU.S. 355.
LS27 0
L528 C
CT14 C
LS29 3
LS30 3

3 April 22 May 29
3 Apr 12June 51

1 May
1 May
1 June
1 June
02 July
02 July
08 July
30 July
30 July

12 June
03 July
03 July
31 July
31 July
21 Aug.
20 Aug.
21 A ug.
11 Sept.

22
44
22
51
29
51
42
22
44

21 Feb.
21 Feb.
21 March
21 March
11 April
11 April
02 May
02 May
09 May
30 May
30 May

2 Oct. 270 O 15
2 pct. 1 0 Nov. 29
26 Oct. 10 Nnv. 15

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