18 MAY 1923, page 10

Non-golfers, If There Are Any Such Unfortunates Among The...

of the Spectator, may not realize the extraordinary place occupied by golf in the United States. The devotees of the " Royal and Antient " game are said to number 2,000,000.......

Simultaneously With The Appearance Of Some Notes Of Mine In

the Spectator suggesting that American opinion might favour an alteration in the present immigration laws so as to admit a larger annual quota of British to the United States,......

Letters To The Editor.

KENYA. [To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] SIB,---In discussing the question of Kenya Colony, is it impossible to get down to bed-rock facts ? There must be many more than 310......

American Naval Men Are Said By Mr. F. W. Wile,

the Washington correspondent of the Sunday Times, to be somewhat agitated by Mr. Amery's alleged statement in the House of Commons that " the command of the seas " remained, as......

The Jeremiahs Amongst Us Who Two Years Ago Foretold The

decline and fall of British golf reckoned without Mr. Roger Wethered. His wonderful play in the two final rounds against Mr. Robert Harris, a doughty opponent from across the......

The American Review Of Reviews Then Continues :- " We

do not apply our quota law to Canada, and we might very properly repeal it as regards bona fide immigrants from English-speaking countries. In view of the fact that English is......

7 1 1-1e Mental Treatment Sill.

[To the Editor of the SPECTATOR.] Sia,—The letter written by " Lux," if unanswered, though it teems• with • misstatements of fact and signs of confusion of thought, may do much......