From the May 1946 magazine.

Time on Your Hands

When May Day comes, the old summer solstice isn't far off. The outdoors beckons as of yore, and there's no reason why A.A.s shouldn't stretch their legs in the sunshine and play just as they used to.

Lots of the fellows seem to have foresworn former friends and pleasant pursuits, on acceptance of the A.A. program. True, a golf club can be a disturbing place for a fellow trying not to drink, particularly if the club was the scene of his crimes on occasion.

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