DENVER'S AIRPORT . . . BACK TO BASICS

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Fed up with flaws in a high-tech baggage system that have led to a 10 month delay in the opening of Denver's new International Airport, the city's mayor has decided to build an ordinary conveyer belt system. The Mile High airport has been losing $1 million a day since May 15 because of the failed futuristic baggage system. The alternative conventional system will run up a tab of $50 million -- a quarter of the cost of the computerized system.