Sport: Fours

A sleek pony stretched his neck, drew back his body, shook at the withers, coughed. Soon many another pony was coughing. There was consternation in the Long Island stables wherein were quartered the ponies, for the cough-claque lessened the chances of victory for the Argentine polo team, ready to battle a U. S. four for the championship of the Americas.

But polo is of all games the most sportsmanlike, most gentlemanly. Quickly, the Defense Committee of the U. S. Polo Association postponed the international matches until September 15.

At and near the Meadowbrook Club, center of U. S. polo, the slightest detail of...

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