Sport: East v. West (Cont'd)

The drawing rooms and porches of leafy Lake Forest, Ill. talked of nothing but polo last week and eight thick-wristed, sunburned guests-of-honor had lots to say to each other when they met. Week before, the four best players that swanky Eastern polo could produce had been ridden groggy by a hard-hitting, hell-for-leather Western four, beaten in the first of three games, 15 to 11 (TIME, Aug. 21). Since he became a 10-goal player in 1922 the East's Captain Thomas Hitchcock had never been challenged on a field as the West's Cecil Smith had...

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