There was a club-house ashore, where I stayed for a few days.
The three figures went toward the bright lights of the club-house.
This he calls a cottage, though it usually looks more like a public library or a hospital or a club-house.
And when Drake, on his return, called Garrison into the club-house, Garrison went white-faced.
The club-house was full of people, owing to the festivities of the morrow, which was St. John's day.
Major Bagstock and Cousin Phenix stared at them from a club-house window.
On the pier, near the club-house, were the Shepard party; and it was the colonel who had hailed us.
As far as the first turn the lights from the club-house helped them.
A moment later Murray heard a taxi-cab whir noisily away from the club-house door.
I reached the club-house, and the first man I saw was Redford.
Having to do with routine and sometimes shady urban partisan politics: Dinkins, 62, is a classic clubhouse politician (1960s+)