Miscellany: Club

The trouble with many country clubs is that they are never in the right place. A man joins a club, uses it for three months in the summer, and spends the rest of his time elsewhere. Ah, if his club could only follow him about, if it would come when called, and bring its dining rooms, lockers, bar, dance floor wherever it was told. "Let us have a club like that," said a group of Florida enthusiasts; forthwith organized a company to buy a $400,000 sailing ship from the Government, and equipped it...

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