Sport: Army Polo

Because of the rain, the field (at Hurlingham) was mud, a pony slipped; because of the slip, Captain J. B. Dening of the British Army's polo team fell on his poll and suffered a slight concussion of the brain. No one, however, went so far as to suggest that it was because of this lamentable accident that the U. S. team won by 6 goals to 4 the second and deciding game of their series (TiME, June 29) against the British. The former was better mounted, more vigorous. Through the gray drizzle of the...

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