Earle Hopping

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Earle Wayne Hopping (October 31, 1882 - January 1963) was an American polo player. He played for the United States in the 1930 International Polo Cup.[1] In that year the American side won the series 10-5 and 14-9.[2] He also had an intercollegiate indoor polo cup named after him which was played by West Point against the Yale University Bulldogs and which ended in a 9 1/2 to 3 victory for West Point.[3]

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He was born on October 31, 1882 in Lebanon, Ohio to Ellery Hopping. He died in January 1963.

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