Sport: British Drubbed

The British Army-in-India polo team lost once again to U. S. horsemen. After fighting their way through fierce preliminary matches, the Britains met Thomas Hitchcock Jr. in the finals of the U. S. open championship and with him rode defeat. Hitchcock's play beat Britain in the International matches; Hitchcock's Sands Point team now holds the open title, winning in the finals 11-7. On Hitchcock's four were W. A. Harriman, J. C. Cowdin, U. S. International team substitute, and L. E. Stoddard, former Internationalist. Injury robbed Britain of a better chance. Leading in...

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