Sport: 47th National

Oldtime patrons of Manhattan's National Horse Show occupied their boxes at Madison Square Garden as usual last week but there were times when they seemed to shiver slightly. At times the 47th show looked like a rodeo, at times like a sham cavalry battle. The Garden shook with the clatter of rough riders, trick riding, polo, mounted basketball, and police squads knocking one another's hats off with sticks. The National Horse Show Association's new president, J. Spencer

Weed, expected that because of these innovations the show would make money for the first time in...

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