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Page 23 text:
U. SA. dominates Olympics
fists mfg to
For the first time in over half
a century, the summer OL YM-
PICS were held in the United
States. Colleges all over Califor-
nia offered their gyms,
stadiums, and fields for the
need of the Olympians.
America had the largest
number of medals by winning
774 medal total. America had
immense competition with
West Germany who had the
second largest medal count.
The United States might
ha ve had more competition if
Russia had not boycotted, with
the fear of the Gymnasts being
killed and the fear of them
defecting on their own will.
The opening and closing of the
games had spectacular visual
and Audio effects, yet the
Olympic games was said to be
filled with too much
Olympians celebrate success.
Gregg Louganis in perfect diving form.
Carl Lewis going for the gold.
Mary Lou Retton displays grace and
agility on floor routine,
Page 22 text:
Candida tes vie
for top spot
Ronald Reagan enjoying warm welcome,
Walter Mondale making speech for
George Bush speaks straight from the
Geraldine Ferraro states a vie w.
Campaigning all over the nation
the candidates faces were known
to all the people. Much of the at-
tention for this year's election was
mainly centered around the
Democratic running-ma te
Geraldine Ferraro, who just hap-
pened to be the first woman to
ever run in any presidential
During most of Mondale's and
Ferraro's political touring, Ferraro
usually overshadowed Walter
Mondale, while on the Republican
side Reagan and Bush received
their share of publicity. Not only
did women 's equality Hnally
reached one of the presidential
elections, but Ronald Reagan turn-
ed out to be the oldest candidate
to run for the presidential office,
at the age of 70. The platforms of
the candidates ranged from taxes
to the conflict of religion, which
dealt with the school prayers in
When both political parties had
their conventions one could clear-
ly see that a great group of people
were out there supporting their
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