Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

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Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

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I BELIEVE THIS IS YOURS

It was a youthful indiscretion, but Hal Prieste has been conscience-stricken ever since. It seems he took something that didn't belong to him - an Olympic flag with those famous interlocking rings. So what, you ask? For starters, Prieste's souvenir came from the 1920 Games in Belgium, where he finished third in platform diving for the US. So he traveled all the way to Australia, from his home in Camden, N.J., to return it to International Olympic Commitee officials. By the way, he's 103.

A BOMB WENT OFF? REALLY?

Goeran Persson is what you'd call a sound sleeper. Just 90 feet from the Swedish prime minister's home - the distance from home plate to first base - someone dynamited a food vendor's stall at 3 a.m. Sunday. Persson reportedly didn't so much as roll over.

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