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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, February 4, 1973

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PRICE BATTLE
Youth fare: Up, up and away

(Continued from Page 1)
issue is a flying plan familiar
to many University students who
live far from Ann Arbor and who
cannot normally afford the regular
commercial rates charged by air-
lines.
In a country where most young
people seek ways of proving they
are over 21, the airlines youth card
makes it uniquely advantageous
and economical to be under that
age.
Like air fares in general, youth
fare plans vary enormously in
cost and service. Discounts differ
from airline to airline; some offer-
ing only a 20 'per cent write-off
for confirmed reservations-most
slashing prices by up to a third for
passengers flying on a stand-by
basis.
In all cases, youth fares are
restricted to passengers under 22
years of age, and in all cases, a
full plane means that youth fare
paying passengers find themselves
the first people "bumped."

But despite the uncertainties of
youth fares, since the plan was.
first introduced in the 1960's the
youth market on airlines has ex-
panded enormously as young peo-
ple find themselves able to travel
vast distances at great speed at
a cost lower than that offered by
a bus line.
For the time being, students
planning on flying to, say, New
York City, will still be able to buy
their tickets for $29 rather than
$45.
Even United Airlines, which op-
poses youth fares but continues to
offer them on competitive grounds,
say they will continue to offer the
cheap rates.
But sooner or later, the CAB
decision, which was originally
scheduled to go into effect at the
end of this month, will be either
upheld or overturned.
Just when that will be, however,
is a matter of conjecture.
"If the decision is reached by
the summer I'll be surprised," said
CAB spokesman LeRoy Hunting-
ton in an interview this week.

But another CAB spokesman in-
terviewed on Wednesday by a r,-
porter for the Associated Press,
indicated he expected a more im-
mediate decision.
The CAB will rule, "in the rela-
tively near future," said that
spokesman, W. C. Stefany.
What the ruling will be is any-
body's guess. But it seems likely
that, having made the commitment
to end the fares, the CAB will hold
its position. And if that happens,
you'll find the bus station to be a
comfortingly original place.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN

T.V.
listings
(Continued from Page 3)
11:45 7 Movie
"The Immortal" (69)
12:30 4 News
1:30 2 Movie
'Dark Command" (40)
1:45 7 NJews
3:00 2 News
MONDAY
6:00 2 4 7 News
9 Courtship of Eddie's Father
50 Flintstones
56 To Be Announced
6:30 2 CBS News
4 NBC News
7 ABC News
9 I Dream of Jeannie
50 r~iilllgan's Island
56 360 Degrees
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences

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Music School: Deborah Hinderer,
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Future World Lecture Series: R.
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To Tell the Truth
Beverly Hillbillies
I Love Lucy
Archdiocesan Report
W'hats My Line?
Mouse Factory
Let's Make a Deal
Wacky World of Jonathan
Winters

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Present
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"Designing a Future World"
Sunday Feb. 4
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teams tomorrow will represent a
six day delay over the time spe-
cified in the cease-fire agreement.
Under a protocal of the agreement,
the teams were to have been in
place by 8 a.m. Jan. 30-48 hours
after the agreement was signed.
The ICCS teams will set up
headgarters in seven regional lo-
northevn provinces; Pleiku City in
the Central Highlands; Phan Thiet
on the Central Coast; Bien Hoa in
the Saigon area and Can Tho and
My Tho in the Mekong Delta.
B ah Mal
fund-raising
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, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5
ICtr. for. Russian & East European
Each regional team will be { Studies: H. Yakushev, "Soviet Bards as
made up of five truce supervisors a Political Event," Commons Rm.,
fromthefou paticiatig cun-basement, Lane Tall, noon.
from the four participating coun- SACUA Meeting: 4th floor, Admin.
men. The ICCS will eventually es- Bldlg., 2 pm.
tablish inspection teams at 43 lo- Prog. in Engineering for Public Sys-
cations throughout South Vietnam. tems & IOE: P. Kolesar, N.Y.C. Rand
Inst., "Relocation of Fire Companies,"
in addition, the case fire agree- 1042 E. Engin., 4 pm.
ment provides for the four parties Psych. 171 Film Series: "But What
in te JM -Noth ad Soth Vet- Ifthe Dream Comes True?" "HaveI
in the JMC - North and South Viet- Told You Lately That I Love You?"
nam, the United States and the UGLI Multipurpose Rm., 4 pm.
Viet Cong - to send representa- LSA Faculty Meeting: Aud., A, An-
tives to the seven regional sites. gell Hall, 4:10 pm.
After 60 days, liaison with the IC- Womens Research Club Meeting: W.
Conf. Urm., Rackham, 7:30 p.m.
CS is to be assumed by a two-party GENERAL NOTICES
commission composed of South Fellowship Applications for the
Vietnamese and Viet Cong dele- MARGARET K R A U S RAMSDELL
AWARD AND WALLACE RADCLIFF,
gates. AWARD now available for 1973-74: in
n betweenaccordance with terms of both gifts,
The announced meeting bawards are made to assist a grad stu-
the South Vietnamese and Viet dent of The U of M, male or female,
Cong will take place tomorrow in who plans to enter the Christian Min-
the Kleber Avenue Center where istry or the field of Religious Educa-
the Vietnam peace pact was signed Lion; awards may be used for study
in these fields at other institutions;
last Saturday. applications should be made to the
Dean of the Graduate School on forms
The agreement stipulated the available at Graduate Fellowship Of-
Saigon government and. the Viet fice, 1014 Rackham; deadline, March
Cong hold consultations to set up 1, 1973.
a three - segment Council of Na- SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE
tional Reconciliation and Concord 212 SAB
which will organize free elections ANNOUNCEMENT
in South Vietnam. Center for Naval Analyses, Appoint-
ments in the Washington, D. C. Area.
The three parties are the South Openings for seniors and graduate stu-
Vietnamese government, the Viet dents interested in systems analysis,
economics, other field.
Cong and neutralist forces. INTERVIEW - Register in person or
by phone (763-4117)
The peace pact said the two Camp Mapiehurst, Michigan Coed.
sides must do their best to sign an Will interview here Friday, Feb. 9 from
agreement on South Vietnamese 1:30 to 5:00. Openings include special-
internal matters within 90 days of ists for Riding (Eng. or Western, age
20 or up), waterfront, general counse-
the cease-fire going into effect." lors, drama, arts and crafts, science
Under the agreement negotia- coordinator. Details and appis. avail-
tions are divided into two parts ANNOUNCEMENT
- political issues, which will be Greenfield Village and Henry Ford
covered in tomorrow's Paris talks, Museum. New interview schedule post-
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50:oan's Heroes
56 To Be Announced
8:00 2 Gunsmoke
4 Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in
7 Rookies
9 Bobby Goldsboro
56 Hollywood Television Theatre
50 Dragnet
8:30 9 David Frost Revue
50 Merv Griffin-
9:00 2 Here's Lucy
4 Movie
'Funeral in Berlin" (66)
7 Movie
"The Brotherhood" (68)
9 News
9:30 2 Doris Day
9 'rhis Is The Law
10:00 2 Bill Cosby
9 Man Alive
50 Perry Mason
56 speaking Freely
11:00 2 4 7 News
9 C;BC News
50 One Step Beyond
11:20 9 News
11:30 2 Movie
"Too Much, Too Soon" (58)
4 Johnny Carson
7 Jack Paar Tonite
50 Movie
'The Wild North" (52)
12:00 9 Movie
"About Mrs. Leslie" (54)
1:00 4 7 News
1:50 2 Movie
"Hong Kong Farewell"
tltalian, 1962)
3:20 2 News
wcbn
listings
9:00 Classical
12:00 Broadway
2:00 Jazz
7:00 Black Edition
8:00 Rythmn and Blues
11:00 Progressive Rock
3:00 Sigroff
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LOGOS SALE
Everything drastically reduced!
20%-70% OFF
all children's books, posters,
jewelry and Bibles

10%-70% OFF
all other books, cards, records
LOGOS BOOKSTORE
1205 S. University
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Winter says local reaction to the
Bach Mai collection drive has been
"very good," but adds that the lack
of organizational fundshas created
problems.
MAI, which presently lacks suf-
ficient cash to pay for literature,
posters, an office telephone, and
other expenses, is surviving on a
$50 gift and a $200 loan.
But Winter says all monies re-
ceived by mail and at the Fish-
bowl collection table have gone
directly towards medical equip-
ment for Indochina.
MAI funds, Winter explains, go
impdintply intn the urhaSe of

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suppliesAfter the council has assumed SPS to check matrial.
S., which will be shipped to Bach its functions, President Nguyen cant come to the party.
Mai and other medical efforts in Van Thieu's government and the
Indochina with the assistance of Viet Cong will consult about the
the governments of Laos, Cam- Ve ogwl osl bu h
bodia, and North and South Viet- formation of councils at lower O LING
nark. levels. TABLE TENNIS
Today's staff: BILLIARDS
News: Prakash Aswani, Dan Biddle, Cheryl Pilate, Paul Rus FOOSBALL
kin, Charles Stein
Editorial Page: Kathleen Ricke, Martin Stern, Rolfe TessemUNION
Arts Page: Barbara Bialick, Diane Levick, Sara Rimer
Photo Technician: Denny Gainer _
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