Sport: From Hurlingham

Six swart Britishers debarked from the S. S. Minnetonka from London, were propelled by motor to the Westchester-Biltmore Country Club in Rye, N. Y. They had come, via London, from India, where they are officers in the British Army. It was to them that Great Britain's polo organization, Hurlingham, had assigned the task of winning the Westchester cup, emblematic of international championship. Since 1921 it has rested in the U. S.

The six stalwarts take their sport with some seriousness. Twenty thousand pounds were contributed by Indian Rajahs, princes, potentates to send these athletes...

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