Sport: Junior Polo

The Number Two event of the U. S. Polo year came to pass last week at Rumson, N. J., where fishhawks nest on the telephone poles and the Shrewsbury River winds placidly into the sea. The National Open tournament next month at Meadowbrook will be U. S. Polo's Number One event for 1929. Last week's play was the National Junior.

In polo, a "junior" is a player handicapped at six goals or less; a "junior" team has 20 goals or less. '"Juniors" may be anywhere from schoolboys to grandfathers. The best juniors of the year...

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