We were sitting in the club car—half a dozen or so of us—when he drifted along.
This is a militant moment for the white-jacketed steward of the club car.
I dont see those fellows, whispered Frank to his chums, surveying the figures in the club car behind them.
The boys wandered out again into the club car, and beyond to the observation platform.
Dinner was served, and the party returned to the club car where Mr. Temple settled down with his cigar and a newspaper.
The banker bit off the end of another cigar and retired once again to the club car.
There is, of course, the chance of being accosted in the club car, but since this went dry the danger has been slight.
In the club car, among fellow travellers of his own sex, he was as one set apart.
The car is entirely filled with regular riders, so it is in a sense a club car.
The club car is one of the most elaborate developments of the entire Commuter idea.