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The championship tournament of the Intercollegiate Polo Association is to be held again this year on the turf of the Westchester Biltmore Club at Rye, N. Y. The tournament will take place from June 19 to June 26. This year, in addition to the regular University team games, a new class will be organized consisting of the Freshman teams of Yale, Princeton, and Harvard, which will also compete for intercollegiate honors.
The holding of these intercollegiate polo games gives a clear indication of the extraordinary progress which the sport has made among college athletics during recent years. There is hardly a parallel to this sudden rise in popularity of a game in American sporting history.
Harvard Players Cited
"Any one of the four players on the Harvard team, the present Intercollegiate champions," said a report of the United State Polo Associations. "Is such material as to have a pronounced effect on the future of the game. They are all players of considerable ability and rare promise. That they happen to be the sons of families in which polo has been played is not significant. There are as promising players at Yale and Princeton and the other institutions in the Intercollegiate Polo Association. College graduates interested in the game, who saw little or nothing of this sport in their undergraduate days, would be amazed at the hold polo has taken in various colleges and universities.
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