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May 28, 1985

Increasing public pressure could bring United Airlines and its striking pilots back to the bargaining table this week in an effort to end the 11-day-old walkout, Dale Richter, a spokesman for the Air Line Pilots Assn., which represents the 5,000 striking pilots, said in Chicago. But no new talks were scheduled as the company offered retired pilots $150 a day to help train new pilots. "I have a feeling something will come up," Richter said. Asked if United shared similar optimism, spokesman Joe Hopkins said: "We're available to talk."

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