Los Angeles is preparing to stage the 2028 Olympic Games, and hopes to avoid the high costs that have hurt other host cities in recent years. In some cases, financial worries prompted other cities to drop their bid to host Olympic games. But organizers in Los Angeles are applying lessons in efficiency and frugality from previous times the city staged the Olympics. The games in 1932 and 1984 produced significant surpluses. VOA’s Elizabeth Lee reports.