March 1930

The Marine Corps Riding and Polo Association

Volume 15, Issue 1

SATURDAY, September 28th, 1929, besides being the anniversary of sundry and other more or less notable occasions, was a red-letter days in Marine Corps athletics. On that day a polo team composed entirely of Marine officers was organized, and played its first game, it being as well the first time in the history of the Corps that such a team has been organized and has played within the continental limits of the United States.

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