Sport: Midwicks

At Rumson, N. J., where fish-hawks nest on telephone poles and the ocean waves roar loudly, four hard-galloping Californians swooped down on four Rockaway riders and captured the national junior* polo championship. Previously the Californians, who call them selves the Midwicks, had swooped upon a Meadowbrook team from Long Island. The Rockaway men had beaten an Army team in the other semi-final

Mrs. Thomas N. McCarter, wife of the President of the Rumson Country Club, awaited the victors in front of the clubhouse. When they rode up, she presented her congratulations and a trophy to each of the following:...

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