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February 6, 1980

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Senator Hayakowo Moving Summer Olympics The Soviet occupation of, Afghanistan presents the b most serious threat to world peace since World War II. )' With Russian howitzers dug into the Afghan countryside/ and Soviet soldiers patrolling  the cities, I doubt that any ''i diplomatic action will bring about their withdrawal. If:! would be a terrible mistake  on the part of the United d States and the internationaP ':' community to hesitate to '. send a clear message to the ; Soviets. :,w I believe one of the mos , serious nort-military moves :'' we could make would be to = relocate the 1980 SummeP qj Olympic Games scheduled to , be held'in Moscow. For well  over four years now the i Russian government has *u been beautifying Moscow for, ,' the worldwide exposure i,':, will receive from the Games. ,,': The domes of churches have" been painted .and the cob.,' blestones of Red Square,:; repaired. To prepare for th ; Olympics the government;r' has built a 45,000-seat  stadium, a 6,000-seat bicycle' track, and a 13,500-seat poo|'', complex. They have als6'? constructed housing and transportation facilities to accomodate the estimated 300,000 people who will attend the Games. The total cost t(L the Russian government has been estimated to be as higl as $3 billion. Relocating the " Games now would be a tremendous blow to Soviel,) prestige" it would humiliate- ' 1 V,, the Soviet government befor, its own people and the world.;i  The modern Olympics wer originally designed to., enhance the cause of worl peace. To sponsor the Games;, was intended as a symholi:, gesture of the host country's,i, commitment to internationa|.=, friendship. But what kind of,,, friendly message will be, projected to the world if.3 while athletes from a huny, dred nations contend in i peaceful competition iqr  Moscow, Soviet tanks patro,; the streets of Kabul.  The Soviet Union's military! ; presence in Afghanistanr ` undermines all efforts . tq, establish world peace. Thgi, Soviets must be shown 0':, cannot trample a free,:', country and expect to parq ticipate in the internationalc community on a "business a/ usual" basis. Relocating the;, Games, or if necessary, i boycotting them, would be: one way of showing our,; country's disapproval of thei=q military actions, tA II is our responsibility t; the world and our ow; athletes to support a]< relocation of the Games. For.e many American athletes the.,, 1980 Olympics represent thei;., only chance to compete in thei] Games. Many of them hav trained most of their lives fo;.: this great opportunity and fo, many of them 1984 will be too late. I don't think it is fair a[b this late date for us to tett them its all been called off, i I am encouraging m)j! colleagues m the Senate toe ask the United State Olympic Committee to petition the Internationa|w Olympic Committee te, relocate the 1980 Summev; Olympic Games from!; Moscow to a site outside the. Soviet Union. If the Olympic: are not moved. I would en-,fl courage the USOC to suppor,, a complete boycott of th,, Moscow Games and work t organize an alternative in-; ternational amateur athletic event. Dil..,.(. DU NT [) ; 1 I(:KE T , ii I='; " '!1 :.II()RT H I: i ,00oo . .  " == '- 2 m #A , .-_ Idi-_ D  ,- _ ,,.... -'. / " ' " 21 HEALTH & BEAIITY AIDS