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Subject: TSG in Fool Commentary Date: 6/10/2003 12:16 PM
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A Stock for Dad: Sabre Group

By Rick Aristotle Munarriz (TMF Edible)
June 10, 2003


This is part of The Motley Fool's annual "Stocks for Dad" special (Father's Day is June 15). If Dad likes comfort, relaxation, and growing profit margins, be sure to check Fool.com Wednesday for another great stock idea.

The Sabre Group (NYSE: TSG)
Trading at $23.95 as of June 9, 2003

Dad, you have always loved to travel. You always loved to take the family along too. Maybe I didn't appreciate it when I was growing up. OK, I confess, I was an ungrateful little brat. I should have been thanking you for giving me the opportunity to see this amazing world we live in, rather than complain about the teen parties and band rehearsals that I missed along the way.



I know better now. Thank you.



So, I figured I'd single out a stock you might appreciate taking under your wing this year. You may know The Sabre Group (NYSE: TSG). The company's been booking online travel before booking online travel was cool. Since you're just a few flights away from hitting the million-mile mark with your American Advantage frequent flyer account, I guess I should point out that the company was spun off by American Airlines' parent AMR (NYSE: AMR)...
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