Blairsden Coaching Club 1905
WHAT IS DOING IN SOCIETY. To-day's To-day's To-day's chief feature, socially. Ia the parade of the Coaching Club. Neither the President. Col. "Jay. nor the Secretary. William C.1 Gulliver, will be in line. Robert Robert L. 'Gerryhas charge of the meet. In pa si seasons it has been the habit of the club' to have ita parade before noon and to drive to Morris Park. It being out of the -question -question td drive to Belmont Park, the whips are. td. have luncheon at the Metropolitan Club, and the parade will follow. Eleven coaches are expected to be in line, and Include those of Gustave Kissel. G. L. BoissevainI Robert L. Gerry. J. Henry Smith; Oliver G. Jennings, C. Led yard Blair, K. Victor Loew. Seymour Le Grand Cromwell, and G. G. Haven, Jr. There will be the usual review at the upper end of Central Park. Next Saturday Saturday the members will tool th-ir th-ir th-ir coaches to Blairsden. the country place In New Jrav of r. Ledvard Blair. As many as possible will leave town Jfriday. driving t. TiiTMln. where J. HenrV Smith and T. Buffem Taller will entertain them, and the following day they are to go to Blairs- Blairs- den. ' ... .. .