Sport: Hurricanes v. Santa Paula

Rivalry between the two South American teams entered in this year's Open Polo Championship was a shade more than friendly. The Santa Paula Team, which won the Pacific Coast Open in 1930, arrived first, played at Chicago and Detroit this summer. The Anglo-Argentine Hurlingham team got to Westbury, N. Y. just in time to steal some of Santa Paula's thunder. If they played brilliantly in the Open, their accomplishments might have affected the enthusiasm with which U. S. buyers would bid for the spare-limbed, light-footed, cattle-trained ponies Santa Paula had brought with them...

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