Sport: Polo & Parties

Polo's brightest season started last June when the U. S. beat England at Hurlingham. It continued at Berlin, where Argentina won the Olympic tournament, in which no U. S. team was entered. Last week, Polo moved to Long Island for the U. S. Open Championship. This year the Open has an extra significance: the winner will represent the U. S. against Argentina in the year's second major international series, the Cup of the Americas, starting at Meadow Brook Sept. 19. In last week's first-round matches, all played the same afternoon on three...

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