Sport: At Meadow Brook

In the first game of the two-out-of-three series for polo's Cup of the Americas last fortnight, Greentree, representing the U. S., was roundly beaten by Argentina, 21-to-9. There were two reasons for the defeat (TIME, Sept. 28). One was the superiority of the Argentine ponies. The other was the superiority of the Argentine players.

By borrowing five new mounts last week, Greentree at least tried to repair the first defect. The second was irreparable. In arranging the series the U. S. Polo Association had agreed to let the winners of the U. S. Open Championship represent the country. By substituting Winston Guest...

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