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At The Summer Games, A Hunt For Coveted Tickets

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Hordes of people, hot and frustrated, crowd toward the Olympic ticket offices, hoping against hope they gain entry to their favorite events. Two Americans leaning against a nearby wall could show them how. They have bought a few tickets — not to their favorite events, but these two professional fans will go to pubs and other meeting places and trade their tickets (and maybe a little cash ) for the tickets they really want.
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