Sport: Rolling Rock Row

One of the oldest quarrels between Labor and Capital is the one between sporting country squires and the fan ers over whose fields they ride to hounds. Farmers perennially growl that the squires break down their fences, trample their crops. Squires perennially reply that privileges and increased property values pay for the damage they do. Last week this dispute—in England as old as the Norman Conquest—became part of the current U. S. strike rash.

Fifty miles outside of Pittsburgh, in Pennsylvania's Ligonier Valley, are Rolling Rock Farm and Rolling Rock Country Club. Rolling...

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