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Page 12 -- The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 23, 1988

Biondi

and

Evans

win

golds

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -
Matt Biondi and Janet Evans planted
a solid gold explanation mark at the
end of a day marked by violence,
disgrace, and drug scandal at the
Seoul Olympics yesterday.
Biondi and Evans each won their
second swimming gold medals.
Biondi won the 100-meter freestyle
for his fourth medal and he is almost
certain to win three more. Evans,
slack-jawed and shaking her head
when she saw the clock, cut 1.6
seconds from her own world record
in the 100-meter freestyle.
"I couldn't believe it," she said. "I
was just amazed."
AMAZING was an apt
adjective,too, for the conduct of

South Korean boxing officials, who
attacked a referee and punched him
after a close decision went against
one of their boxers. Five Koreans
were banned from the games.
"It was very disgraceful
behavior," said Shin Hyon-uno,
director general of the Seoul
organizing committee's international
press department.
A Bulgarian weightlifter,
meanwhile, was stripped of his gold
medal and banned from the Olympics
for two weeks when he tested
positive for a diuretic that helped
him loose weight. An Australian
modern penthathlete was also sent
home after high levels of caffeine
showed up in his test.

eo ul____

And there could be more. The
International Olympic Committee
said it expected about 15 positive
drug tests among the 10,000 athletes
here.
AFTER SIX DAYS o f
games, the medal standings looked
like this: Soviet Union 28 medals,
14 gold: East Germany 19, six gold:
United States 13, five gold.
The golds by Biondi and Evans,

and a silver by Chris Jacobs in
Biondi's event, gave a needed lift to
a swimming team considered one of
the best in the world, yet a winner of
only five of a possible 27 medals in
nine events before yesterday.
Biondi, of Moraga, California,
had a time of 48.63, missing his
own world record by .21 seconds but
breaking the Olympic mark of 49.04
he set earlier in the day during
qualifying heats. With four metals,
he is on track to become only the
second man to win seven medals in a
Summer Olympics. Mark Spitz won
seven in 1972, all gold.
Jacobs, of Livingston, New
Jersey, was second in 49.08.
E V A N S, of Placentia,
California, who also won the 400
individual medley, won the 400
freestyle in 4:03.85 Her old world
mark was 4:05.45.
Heike Friedrich of East Germany,
who won the silver in 4:05.94, was
just as amazed about the time as
Evans.
"I didn't think Janet was capable
of producing a time like that," she
said. "I can't swim a 4:03."
Evans' time was fast enough to
win a gold medal in the men's 400
freestyle in any Olympics before
1972.
The boxing controversy, or Battle
of Byun if you will, began after
South Korean fighter Byun Jong-il
lost a 4-1 decision to Alexander
Hristov of Bulgaria. The Korean had
been penalized two points for head
butting, perhaps costing him the
fight.
When the decision was
announced, one Korean coach entered
the ring gesturing angrily at Walker,
and then another came in followed
by a score of other boxing officials
and Koreans. A chair and a bottle
were thrown, and is took dozens of
police to clear the ring of all but
Byun.
The U.S. men's volleyball team
continued defense of its Olympic
championship, battling back to beat
Argentina 11-15, 11-15, 15-4, 17-
15, 15-7 and better its record to 3-0.

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