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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fridoy, July 15, 1977

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY N Friday, July 15, 1977

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Aussie governor-general quits

SYDNEY, Australia (AP)-Sir
John Kerr, whose ouster of the
Labor government in 1975 made
him the center of a continuing
controversy, resigned yesterday
as Australia's governor general.
The resignation of Queen
Elizabeth It's representative in
Australia was announced joint-
ly at Buckingham Palace in
London and by Prime Minister
Malcom Fraser in Canberra. It
came 18 months short of the
scheduled end of Kerr's

five-year term.
KERR'S REPLACEMENT will
be Sir Zelman Cowen, a 57-
year-old law professor and vice
chancellor of Queensland Uni-
versity. Despite his reputation
as a distinguished professor, he
is not well-known outside aca-
demic and legal circles. Cowen
will take office in December.
Kerr, the son of a boiler mak-

er and former chief justice in
the state of New South Wales,
has been the object of repeat-
ed demonstrations for the past
18 months. His car has been
splattered with paint and he has
been jeered at many public
functions.
Kerr, 63, used his previously
untested constitutional powers
to dismiss Laborite Prime Min-
ister Gough Whitlam, install the

conservative Fraser as crretak-
er, close parliament and call
national elections. The move fol-
lowed an impasse in parliament
that developed when Fraser's
conservative opposition coalition
blocked Laborite appropriation
bills in the upper house.
FRASER WON the elections
but the unprecedented series of
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Eastern Air asks 'travel pass'

MIAMI (AP) - Eastern Air-
lines yesterday asked the Civil
Aeronautics Board for a special
$299 fare to allow unlimited
travel among more than 90'
cities throughout North Ameri-
ca for 21 days when two people
travel together.
The fare would allow the trav-
elers to go to as many of the
cities served by Eastern in the

United States, Canada apd Latin
America as they desire during
the 21-day period, an Eastern
spokesman said. Each would
pay $299.
AT LEAST, TWO persons
would have to buy their tickets
at the same time and travel
together during the entire itin-
erary, the spokesman said.
The spokesman said the spe-
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cial fare would require a mini-
mum of seven days travel and
a maximum of 21. All reserva-
tions would have to be made
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The offer by Miami-bated
Eastern is the first time a major
airline has attempted to pro-
vide unlimited travel service
at a basic fee. The plan would
be similar to a Eurorail pass,
which allows such unlimited
travel on the European rail-
road system.
Charles Carey, sales and ser-
vice manager for the airline,
said the rate would not fluctu-
ate with the seasons.
Eastern proposes to start the
special fare Sept. 16 for a test
period that would last at least
through Sept. 10, 1978.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
volume LXXXVII, No. 44-S
Friday, July 15, 1977
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