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The political earth shook, a piece of the international sky fell on her tail feathers (see p. 23), but little Finland last week made no move to abandon her preparations for the 1940 Olympic Games, into which she has already sunk $10,000,000. Despite rumors that the Games might be transferred to Detroit, the proud Finns announced that they would not relinquish them until the last possible moment.

Meanwhile, in the U. S. the Amateur Athletic Union, in its November issue of Amateur Athlete, forecast for its track fans what to expect should the Olympics...

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