The article written by Associated Press for the Star Tribune 1/24 explores the new panic around the 2012 London Olympic games. It states that parents who want to attend the Olympics will have to buy tickets for their babies to bring them into the venues. This includes every child, even newborns carried in parent's arms. This rule is not going over well with the pregnant women who bought tickets for themselves but not their unborn children, or even those who bought tickets before they knew that they were pregnant.
I could tell that this article was subtly arguing against this rule. The author used words such as "outstripped supply", "difficult to rectify", "panicked", "infuriated", and "outraged". The author even claims that, "Tickets woes of all kinds have dogged the London Olympics." I can pick out the logos and ethos arguments in this article as they are describing the emotions of the mothers and given specifics on ticket sales and why this is a problem.