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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, February 28, 1973'

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CAB rejects decreases
in foreign ticket prices
WASHINGTON (Reuter) - The ready advertised their new rates, fare between Britain and N e w
United States threw the North due to have come into effect on York to about $140 and has already
Atlantic airline fare structure into April 1, with the provision that accepted bookings from passengers
disarray yesterday by rejecting they were subject to government - with the provision that the farej
cheaper rates proposed by f o u r negotiation. may be changed - for flights af-
European airlines. trArl1
Some of the airlines - British The U.S. government's C i v il ter April 1.
Ovrea hAirys -Br Aviation Board (CAB) said t h e Other European airlines proposed
Overseas Airways Corporation fares were too low. similar rates, while the leading
(BOAC), Lufthansa of West Ger. overseas U.S. airlines, Pan Amer-
many, Alitalia of Italy and Olym- BOAC said in January it plan- ican World Airways and Trans-
pic Airlines of Greece - had al- ned to cut the individual return World Airlines, proposed a rate of
1$199. This has already been ap-,
Riegl leav s GO proved by the U.S. board.
Unless agreement is reached on
a new transatlantic package, chaos
in advertising and selling trans-

Read and Use
Daily Classifieds
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre Is
Alive and Well and Con-
gratulates the U n i v e r s i t y
Dance Department on a fine
concert in the Power Center.
PLAN TO SEE OUR CONCERT
APRIL 13, 14, 15
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE

23 suh II . ENDS TODAY
S Shows at 1. ,5, 7, 9 p.m.
S T T e; -a Roy STEIGER & Robert RYAN
in.
Theare Phone 642 - "Lolly-Madonna... XXX"
* STARTS THURSDAY *
Antony Quinn ' Yophet Kotto
Stealing from
The Mob...
IT'S
SUICIDE!

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Elliott Gould, Donald Sutherland, and Sally Kellerman

in ROBERT
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to join Det
FLINT (UPI) - Saying the Re-
public party "has been maneuver-
ed into a straightjacket," U.S.
Rep. Donald Riegle, yesterday
dropped out of the GOP and be-
came a Democrat.
It was the first major defection
from Republican ranks since Pres-
ident Nixon's re-election. Riegle,,
35, has been a longtime administra-
tion critic, particularly of its Viet-
nam policy.
The youthful Flint liberal said
Jet downing
attacked by
world pilots
LONDON (Reuter) - W' o r 1 d
airline pilots yesterday cond em-
ned the shooting down of a Liby-
an airliner by Israeli phantom Jets
last week, but stopped short oft
agreeing on retaliatory measures.1
A statement by the International
Federation of Airline Pilots As-.
sociations called for an impar-
tial investigation into the crash
which cost more than 100 lives. ,
The Federation, representing
some 64,000 airline pilots, said itt
could find "no justification for thef
excessive use of force applied byC
the Israeli authorities . .
The statement, which followed
a meeting here Monday, made not
mention of British-led moves tot
stage a boycott of flights t3 Israel
to protest the downing of the air-
liner.

Atlantic tickets will increase as the
April 1 deadline approaches for
n o c ra ts the expiration of old fare arrange-
ments between the international
the Democratic party is more re- a e.irlines.
the The U.S. airlines said they need-
presentative of the needs of people ed higher fares than those propos-
both on a local and national scale. ,d by the Eurean th s o
Becoming a Democrat opens new k y theEuropeaneconicall
political horizons for Riegle whoksound.
has been elected four times in TheEuropean airlines said lower
the heavily Democratic 7th Dis- fares were needed to compete with
trict.cherneddt mptwih
tract'the charter airlines.
Political observers say Riegle In rejecting the proposed n e w
could run for the U.S. Senate in fares, the CAB said the U.S. gov-
1976 as a Democrat if Sen. Phil- ernment had consulted with the
ip Hart declines to seek a third governments of the four European'
term, as many believe. Or Riegle airlines and was unable to reach
could run for governor against agreement.
Republican Gov. William Milliken U.S. and British government of-'
in 1974. ficials had further meetings in
Riegle was one of the few ,up- London earlier this month and in
porters of California Congressman Washington last week but were
Paul McCloskey in his abortive unable to resolve their differences.
"dump Nixon" attempt in the 1972 r
presidential campaign.

The riotous black-comedy saga of the "Medical Army Surgical Hospi-
tal" in Korea. Meet "Hawkeye" and "Hot-lips"!
2 BIG DAYS-Wed., Feb. 28th & Thurs., Mar. 1st

Auditorium "A", Angell Hall

- 7&9p.m. - R

-$1

DEADLINE: MARCH 2
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PISA, Italy 0P) - Authorities
launched an international contest
on how to keep the leaning tower
of Pisa from toppling. One pro-;
posal was t o dismantle it, rein-
force the sinking base, and put
the tower up again - at its present
tilt with the top 14 feet from the
perpendicular.
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EMU-MAJOR EVENTS COMMITTEE
PRESENTS:
I. G1ELS
MARK ALMOND and FOCUS
TICKETS ON SALE: $2.5C
Salvation Records
is having a special
on J. Geils, Mark
Almond, and Focus
albums for $3.29 each.
330 Maynard St.
Ann Arbor-9-8:00 p.m.
"ANN ARBOR'S OWN SALVATION"

0, $3.50, $4.50
McKenny Union
Ann Arbor Music Mart
Huckleberry Party Store
MAIL ORDERS: E M U
Major Events Committee
McKenny Union
VYmi.. M: rAk. A0107

SHOP THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
UNTIL 9:00 P.M.
Sweater Set
$15
a double exposure of fashion
of superb savings. . .long sleeve ribbed
cardigan with matching sleeveless turtleneck
in washable nylon/acrylic. Fresh spring
colors of pink, blue or white in sizes S-M-L.
LITTLE SEPARATES-STREET FLOOR
Jaoh Y
LIBERTY AT MAYNARD

tickets for all of each evening's performances on sale outside the auditorium at 6 p.m. The Ann Arbor
Film Cooperative is an Affiliate Member of the American Federation of Film Societies. Our new office is
at 527 E. Liberty St., Suite 210. Open .12 noon-2 p.m.
Look what UAC-Daystar has
waiting for you when you return
from Spring Break.
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.:ner:wiv.....da,, March. ..1:,: u. p.m. Reserv.s: $4.50, $4..F ,
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$3.50, $2.50. Since everyone was pleased with "walk-in mail orders" on John
Denver concert, we'll do it again. But Denver tickets sold out in 5 days so don't
wait too long.
This is how it works: you may bring in your order, select the exact seats you wish
and pay for them today, Thursday, Friday, next Monday and Tuesday. Then pick
them up after Wednesday after they arrive. Or, just go Wednesday or any day
thereafter and buy your tickets. All this takes places at the ticket desk in the
Unionrlobby 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. After spring break also on
Saturdays same hours. Sorry no personal checks. 763-4553 for info 11-5:30 only.

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Apologies for late notice on our last two films. It takes time
and energy to deal with continuous harassment by the
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