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Published June 14, 1996
USOC sources say Bill Hybl, who served as interim President of the USOC in '91-'92, has been nominated for a full-term as President. The Olympic Committee is expected to release the list of officer candidates today (Colorado Springs GAZETTE TIMES, 6/14)...By the end of the Games, the state of Georgia will have spent more than $320,000 on bodyguards and drivers for ACOG president Billy Payne and CO Officer A.D. Frazier (ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 6/14).