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September 29, 1988 | TRACY DODDS and SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writers
Back in its rightful place on the wall at J.J. Mahoney's, the upscale bar in the Hyatt Hotel here, the decorative mask stares in stony silence as the story of its fateful trip to one of the hot spots of Itaewon is told one more time. The mask was taken from the wall at closing time, in the wee hours of Saturday morning by U.S.
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September 24, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Two U.S. double gold medal-winning swimmers were taken into custody by police and held for questioning for more than 8 hours following the alleged theft of an item from a local hotel bar. Doug Gjertsen of Atlanta and Troy Dalbey of San Jose, were apprehended in the Olympic Athletes Village just before dawn by city police, according to Bob Condron, a U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman. No charges were filed and Gjertsen and Dalbey were released.
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September 25, 1988 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Double gold medal-winning swimmers Troy Dalbey of San Jose and Doug Gjertsen of Atlanta were dropped from the U.S. team after the theft of a marble lion's head sculpture from a hotel bar. The United States Olympic Committee, after a meeting of its executive board Sunday, ordered the pair to return to the United States as soon as permitted by South Korean authorities.
SPORTS
September 25, 1988 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Double gold medal-winning swimmers Troy Dalbey of San Jose and Doug Gjertsen of Atlanta were dropped from the U.S. team after the theft of a marble lion's head sculpture from a hotel bar. The United States Olympic Committee, after a meeting of its executive board Sunday, ordered the pair to return to the United States as soon as permitted by South Korean authorities.
SPORTS
September 29, 1988 | TRACY DODDS and SAM JAMESON, Times Staff Writers
Back in its rightful place on the wall at J.J. Mahoney's, the upscale bar in the Hyatt Hotel here, the decorative mask stares in stony silence as the story of its fateful trip to one of the hot spots of Itaewon is told one more time. The mask was taken from the wall at closing time, in the wee hours of Saturday morning by U.S.
SPORTS
September 24, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Two U.S. double gold medal-winning swimmers were taken into custody by police and held for questioning for more than 8 hours following the alleged theft of an item from a local hotel bar. Doug Gjertsen of Atlanta and Troy Dalbey of San Jose, were apprehended in the Olympic Athletes Village just before dawn by city police, according to Bob Condron, a U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman. No charges were filed and Gjertsen and Dalbey were released.
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