Sport: College Polo

Racing, swerving, magnificent ponies . . . sweating flanks, bruised shins, slashing mallets . . . that is why polo has suddenly jumped into the ranks of spectacular college sports.

The Intercollegiate Polo Championship was decided last week at the Westchester Biltmore Country Club in Rye, N. Y. Yale had outridden and out-scored Princeton, West Point, Pennsylvania Military College. Harvard, with a battered lineup, did not look hopefully toward the final game with Yale until a 198-pound oarsman, Forrester A. Clark, hastened down from New London where he had helped take the scalp of...

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