Sport: Horses and Men

All the king's horses and all the king's men who represented England in the first of the 1924 International Polo matches at Meadow Brook, L. L, became as Humpty Dumpty before a smashing U. S. attack, nor could they pull themselves together again. With Lord Renfrew grinning, with Secretary of War Weeks beaming, with Astors and Goulds and Whitneys and Vanderbilts tilting their field glasses, with Cohens and Murphys and Joneses and Smiths asking questions and gaping —all to the number of 35,000, jammed about International Field—Dev-ereux Milburn and his three co-centaurs swept...

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