C. Haas, Jr.
Haas won his first trophy at Yale in 1938 and, for the next 62 years,
competed and won numerous club and high-goal tournaments including: winning
the East Coast Open three times, the Monty Waterbury three times and the
Arena Sherman Memorial. He was a chairman of the Polo Training Foundation,
was Chairman of the USPA's Safety and International Committees and served
as a long-term governor of the Northeastern Circuit . He was also a president
of the Gulfstream Club where he was always unselfishly ready to assist
any worthy polo cause. Among Haas' proudest achievements was his determined
work in developing a new and improved safety helmet as well as representing
the polo interests of the United States in the organization and development
of the Federation of International Polo.
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