GAMES FOR THE MEN.
Sir,—Now that all your readers know what D.G.V.O. stands for, may I ask again for one of his activities entrusted to me—games for the men? To my last letter the girls' schools answered munificently, the boys’ decently, while my old and trusted friend the general public was a surprisingly bad third. My fault entirely: the public never fails the armies, but I forgot to remind it that every house has one game outdoor or indoor, left—the game I am asking for now. The fact is these things are a bother to pack. I know, having got off 5,000 this week. Still, it can be done, and who cares for trouble to-day?
Address for sending, D.G.V.O.'s depôt, 45, Horseferry-road, S.W.I.
[The previous letter from John Penoyre, which evidently had not received a good response, was published at the beginning of March, here. The D.G.V.O., for those who don't know, was teh Directory General Of Voluntary Organisations, Sir Edward Ward.]