Sport: 21-to-9

That the U. S. furnishes the world's best poloists is a notion as universal as were once the notions that the U. S. furnishes the best prizefighters, swimmers and tennis players. Last week, in full view of 38,000 witnesses including more top-line socialites than any other sports gathering of the year, this notion exploded with a dozen loud and startling cracks. The cracks were made by the mallets of four Argentine poloists knocking the ball through the goal posts four times in each of the last three chukkers of a game against the best...

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