Chicago Likely Spot for Olympics
Chicago is considered one of the most likely places in which to hold the Olympic games of 1924. Initial steps to have this effected are being taken by prominent sporting men and civic leaders. Chicago was decided a suitable location as a result of the announcement that the contract for the games had been let to the largest stadium in the world. This stadium probably to be constructed in the windy city, will be horseshoe shaped and built of marble and concrete, and will have a seating capacity of 100,000, according to the present plans. The cost is estimated at $1,725,000.