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SALT LAKE CITY OLYMPIC DELEGATION: SLEEPLESS IN BUDAPEST
Published June 14, 1995
The delegation which will make Salt Lake City's presentation to the IOC today is officially beginning participation in the 104th IOC Congress, according to John Keahey of the SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. The group will have four hours to rehearse its 55- minute presentation today and those expected to present include Salt Lake Bid Committee Members Tom Welch, Frank Joklik and Dave Johnson; Salt Lake City Mayor DeeDee Corradini; Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt; USOC Pres Dr. LeRoy Walker; IOC Member Anita DeFrantz of L.A.; and 10-year-old Figure-skater Cynthia Ruiz of West Valley City (John Keahey, SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 6/14). Anita DeFrantz, U.S. rep on the IOC's Executive Board: "I have visited all four cities and they could all host the Games. The difference is that Salt Lake City has the venues now. The facilities exist" (Gordon Monson, SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, 6/13).