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Connewood Defeats Crimson Trio by Last Chukker Spurt

Aided by Luck at First the Crimson Fell Before a Four Goal Surge


By a four goal last chukker surge, the Connewood Polo Team defeated the versity trio by a score of 9-8, in the Class A match held at the Commonwealth Armory Saturday.

Luck was with the Crimson in the early part of the match, getting three unearned goals: one from the mallet of an opponent and two from handicap. Going into the final period leading 8 1/2-6 the Crimson team appeared to have the game safely in hand, but excellent play on the part of the Connewood trio, aided by two wilful Crimson ponies, turned the tide. Gerry, Von Stade, and Winmill played for the Crimson.

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