Sport: Chicago Polo

Polo has never been a major sport in Chicago. Of recent years it has been played by scattered groups each dominated by the man who owned the field—domineering Col. Robert Rutherford (Chicago Tribune] McCormick at Catigny Farm, ambitious Paul Butler (paper) at Oak Brook (he has eight fields), successful John Hertz (taxicabs) at Leona Farms, and A. C. Barger at North Shore. At

Onwentsia Club in smart Lake Forest, polo has been less a one-man affair, more of a game, with Broker Charles Foster Glore and Major Frederic McLaughlin (Coffee, Irene Castle's husband) as...

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