Sport: Polo Pickings

East-West polo in the U. S. started in the summer of 1933 as a feature of the Century of Progress. West won, in a series of three games which observers considered the most exciting in 20 years. East then challenged West to a return match. Last week, after a summer in which horse vans carrying ponies from one practice field to another have done more than their share of traffic-blocking on the narrow roads of Long Island's North Shore, both sides picked their teams:

West East

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