• a. • I had been meaning to join dic Challoner fur a long time. Would I really make use of the facilities and be at home there? When I heard about all the Club's activities I thought again.
A monthly Bulletin gives details of all that goes on in the Club. Among activities I noticed were Dances from the Annual Dance at the Dorchester to "hops" in the Club House.
But not everyone dances, and for the amateur musicians there is the Club Orchestra. For those who like amateur dramatics the Choi/otter Players.
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Outdoor tastes arc not forgotten. The Tennis Section is one of the most lively elements in the Club. It has regular games on courts reserved MAO in convenient parts of London; and Table Tennis MAD is played in the Club almost every evening. Mixed
7 hockey is arranged in season by the younger members, and Challoner cricket sides have played many memorable matches in the summer, both in London and in the country. And there are etc the country rambles.
Bridge, whist and canasta are played Pegularl) §14• in the Club. Lectures and discussion groups, theatre parties and gramophone recitals-there is no end to the Challoner activities.
Last year nearly 30,000 meals were served in the Club dining-room. Luncheon is only 3/9d. and Dinner 5/-; and in the Snack Bar the spaghetti is first class.
. There is definitely a place for me in the Challoner.
=, I will get in touch now with the Secretary, Col. Triggs. The address, 59/61 Pont Street, S.W.t. Tel. KEN 5343.
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