Sport: Olympic Notes

The Netherlands Chamber of Commerce denied a report that, for money reasons, the 1928 Olympic Games would not be held at Amsterdam, as arranged. Los Angeles has second claim.

Six to seven million francs ($310,200 to $361,900) was the estimate issued for total 1924 Olympic gate receipts.

French doctors averted calamity for Francis T. Hunter, member of the U. S. Olympic tennis team, by curing him of severe septic poisoning in the right arm. Amputation was nearly necessary.

A Hearst paragrapher pointed out that the annual Finnish immigration quota (to the U. S.) is only 145.

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