Sport: Polo Rankings

With little or no prospect of international polo in the U. S. next summer, last week's annual meeting of the U. S. Polo Association was one of the quietest on record. After re-electing last year's officers, the Association accepted the recommendations of the Handicap Committee, which left only 15 U. S. poloists ranked in the ''internationalist" class (seven goals or more). Highest, of course, was Thomas Hitchcock Jr., who has been one of the world's three ten-goal players since 1922.* Sport-writers who thought his play had declined were more surprised than poloists, who...

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