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ELIZABETH HARRISON IS SHOWN wilh the biggest and smallest
dogs entered in today's fourth annual dog show at Emerson Field.
The show is sponsored by the Chapel Hill Jaycees with admission
30 cents. There will be about 80 prizes and ribbons.
Put Plenty Of Rationing
No Radio Commercials.,
Pep Rallies In Britain -
by Grady Elmore
There are no pep rallies, no
radio commercials, and plenty of
rationing in England 'today, Miss
Kathleen Goldie-Smith says.
Miss Goldie-Smith, Miss Doris
Lee and Dick Cashmore served as
panel members on the topic, "Eng
land and the World Today," at a
recent Lenoir Hall supper-forum.
All English subjects, they pre
sented the forum group with an
insight into the country V educa
tion system, typical English fam
ily life and the basic problems
confronting the country. .
" I Churchill's popularity, the view
points of English people towards
recognition of Red China and the
people's impressions of Americans
were discussed by the three ex-
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"We do not have pep rallies,"
Miss Goldie-Smith said. "In Eng
land it is not professional foot
ball: just a game between univer
sities." English football ; is quiet,
pleasant, yet exciting," she com
mented. "Here I usually am tired
before the game starts."
A resident-assistant in the bot
any department, Miss Goldie
Smith "came here to study bot
any for one year." That was four
years ago, she relates.
Speaking on typical English
family life, she stressed the rat
ioning situation. "Sugar, meat,
eggs, coal, and cheese have been
rationed for 10 or 12 years now,"
she said. "The English housewife
buys for looks: if it looks nice,
it's all right," she continued.
"When the housewife buys a cake
with1 cream on it, she knows , it
isn't sweet and it isn't cream."
The meat ration consists of
about three-fourths of a pound
per person, she explained. "If one
lives alone, it can be delivered
through the letterbox.' As for cig
arettes, "they're a special luxury,?'
she says. v:'-y ) ',
''England's radio has no adver-cng-standing
problems, . "Cash
tisements," Miss Goldie-Smith
stated. "There are three channels
to select from: a channel of light
programs, one of lectures and con
certs, and one -of straight music."
Miss Doris Lee, a native of Lon
don now a graduate student, here,
commented upon England's edu-
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The last YMCA Supper-Forum
on World Understanding will be
held Monday evening - between
5:30 and 7 o'clock in the second
floor dining room of Lenoir Hall.
Dick 1 Cashmore, graduate of
Cambridge University, will open
the discussion on "The British
Commonwealth" with a brief des
cription of. the Commonwealth
what countries comprise it, how it
was formed and its background.
Miss Doris Lee, ' lecturer m
mathematics at the University of
London, will give an English per
son's view and Paul Somerville;
of Canada, will give a Canadian's
view. . . ..
cational set-up. -
"A child must go to an Infant
School, nearest where he lives, at
the age of five," she explained.
"At ten, he must take an exam
for. placement in Secondary
Schools." On the basis of his score
he will next attend either a Gram
mar or Modern . School. " "The
Grammar. School-is the academic
school, while the Modern is a
"English "students are allowed
to specialize at ah earlier age
than are Americans," she said.
"There, , a student will not take
more than two subjects while in
The basic problems confronting
England were pointed out by Dick
Cashmore. Also a graduate stu
dent here, he hails from York,
"Essentially, England has three
more stated; "over-population, its
island nature, and tradition." Eng
land is about the size of North
Carolina, but with Scotland and
Wales is twice North Carolina's
proportion, he said. '
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