Sport: East v. West

The East had 50 first-class polo players to choose from and most of the best ponies in the U. S. Tommy Hitchcock at No. 2 and Winston Guest at No. 3 are powerful, polished internationalists. With Winston's younger brother Raymond at back and stubby, black-haired Michael Phipps, one of the few natural No. is in the U. S., the team had a handicap rating of 32 goals. The Westerners had fewer and, supposedly, poorer ponies. Eric Pedley, No. 1 on the team that beat England in 1930, was too busy to play. Even...

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