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Greyhound expects return to full service tomorrow

Union officials were to finish counting ballots today on a tentative contract that union-watchers said they expected the 12,000 striking workers to ratify. Greyhound

chairman John W. Teets said Greyhound Bus Lines would be back in full service by tomorrow if the contract is approved, ending the 48-day walkout. The contract calls for a 7.8 percent pay cut.

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