Natica and whips
street, where Colonel William Jay, president of the club, who had led the way, stopped while the other coaches passed in review before him. After this the coaches formed in line again and proceeded to Morris Park, where luncheon was served. THE whips of the respective coaches were Mr. Alfred G. Vanderbilt, whose guests included Mrs. Vanderbilt in gray , white cloth and white hat trimmed with white ostrich feathers, Miss Natica Rives in mauve cloth and chiffon and Miss Evelyn Parsons; Mr. Robert L. Gerry, in whose party were Mrs. Gerry in pale pink and black, and Miss Jean Reid in white and Irish lace ; Mr. James Henry Smith, with Mrs. Edmund L. Baylies in gray voile on the box seat ; Mr. C. Ledyard Blair, with Mrs. Frederic Bull and Mrs. Edward Van Ingen among his guests; Mr. E. Victor Loew, junior, whose guests included Mr., and Mrs. J. Norman de R. Whitehouse, the latter in hyacinth blue and a large white straw hat ; Mr. James H. Hyde, among whose guests were Miss Natalie Schenck in pale gray crepe and Irish lace and a gray hat, and Mrs. George J. Gould in silver gray; Mr. Peter Gerry, on whose coach were Mrs. J. Borden Harriman and Miss Angelica Gerry; Mr. Harry Payne Whitney, with Mrs. Whitney on the box seat and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Waterbury behind; Mr. G. L. Boissevain, accompanied by his wife, who was entirely in white, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ellsworth and Mr. and Mrs. John Magee, and Mr. G. G. Haven, junior, whose guests consisted exclusively of men, among whom were Mr. Reginald Rives and Mr. Hamilton Cary. On Colonel Jay's coach, which led the way, were Mrs. Jay entirely in black, Miss Eleanor Jay in red chiffon trimmed with white lace, and Miss Gladys Brooks and her fiancee, Mr. E. V. R. Thayer, of Boston.