Liebling, A. J.
September 1960
New Yorker;9/10/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 30, p85
The article presents news related to the 1960 Olympics held in Rome, Italy. The opening of the Olympics would include a feature of the set of games included in the Olympics. One of the games that are gaining international attention is swimming. Hotels in Rome have been fully booked because of the Games. Also, several Church properties has been leased by the Italian Olympics Committee.


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