Sport: At Hurlingham

In the last decade, U. S. polo has experienced sweeping changes. Once practiced only by rich patricians, it has lately become popular among cowboys in the Southwest, cinemagnates in California. Once watched by socialites only, New York polo matches in the last few years have drawn crowds as large as baseball games. Determined to make polo in England more profitable, London's swank Hurlingham Club last month made the brave gesture of announcing that it would open its grounds to the public for the Westchester Cup series against the U. S. Before play started,...

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