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EDITORIALS
September 05, 1960
COUNTRY HORSE AND CITY HORSE
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September 05, 1960

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We already have indicated our belief that the world is now witnessing its last "amateur" Olympics. But Mr. Brundage's re-election makes certain that the existing Olympic ideal will not be abandoned lightly. It's a nice ideal if you can get it, and Avery Brundage is determined to try until he dies. Stiff-necked and steadfast, he has done everything in his power to promote the Games and keep them clean. He has defied governments, disciplined girls and flouted the press. We wish him another four years as successful as his last eight, and we are sure they will be at least as active and controversial.

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