Just above Ravinia Park on Sheridan Road north of Chicago, is the Lake Shore Country Club, often called the "Jewish Club" because most of its members are of that descent and persuasion. From the Jewish Club last week came this story:

Member Alfred S. Austrian, able attorney, was not-so-good golfer. He could barely "break" (score less than) 100. He offered Club Professional George A. Neill $10,000 if he could teach him to break 80. Scot Neill set to work on Member Austrian. Weeks passed. Came at last...

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