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November 03, 1986 | Sarah Ballard
Long Island. Today those words evoke suburbia, endless miles of housing developments and shopping centers connected to New York City by an infamous expressway and a hapless commuter railroad. Once upon a time,...
March 18, 1985 | Jeremiah Tax
The so-called Golden Age of Sports gained its luster from a group of men whose exploits were prodigious, among them Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, Bill Tilden, Red Grange, Bobby Jones and Tommy Hitchcock. Who below the age...
May 09, 1977 | Robert Gantwell
Cecil Smith, now 73, was a Texas ranch hand when he discovered polo, the millionaires' sport. He invaded that alien world and, with brilliant horsemanship, became the game's best player
August 10, 1959
A renaissance has overtaken a sport that nearly died when its rich patrons grew too old to play. Here it is at its best at Oak Brook
April 08, 1957
CECIL CALVERT SMITHTwenty-four years ago this onetime cowboy took a fellow Texan and a couple of Californians to the first East-West polo match and beat Tommy Hitchcock, the Guest brothers and Mike Phipps. "Polo,"...