Sport: Tenth Olympics

From the portico of the formal, old-fashioned building in Berlin that used to be the assembly hall of the Prussian upper house, last week fluttered a flag embellished with five interlinking rings. It was the flag of the International Olympic Committee, the five rings symbolizing the brotherly accord, in sport, of five continents. Inside the former Herrenhaus met delegates from 45 nations to the Olympic Congress. They talked all week, making plans and taking cognizance of plans already carried out for the Tenth Olympic Games, to be held in Los Angeles in 1932.*...

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