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Doctor In The House (1946)

showing the bright yellow socks under his blue trouser-legs. He was reading the sporting page of the Express with undeceptive thoroughness. Next to him, a man of the Frankly Worried class sat on the edge of his chair tearing little bits off his invitation card and jumping irritatingly every time the door opened. There was the Crammer, fondling the pages of his battered textbook in a desperate farewell embrace, and his opposite, the Old Stager, who treated the whole thingg with the familiarity of a photographer at a wedding. He had obviously failed the examination so often he looked upon the viva simply as another engagement to be fitted into his day. He stood looking out of the window and yawning, only cheering up when he saw the porter, with whom he was now on the same warm terms as an undergraduate and his college servant.
`How are you getting on this time, sir?' the porter asked him cheerily.
`Not so dusty, William, not so dusty at all. The second question in the paper was the same one they asked four years ago. What are they like in there?'
`Pretty mild, this morning, sir. I'm just taking them their coffee.'
`Excellent ! Put plenty of sugar in it. A low blood-sugar is conducive to bad temper.'
`I will, sir. Best of luck.'
`Thank you, William.'
The other occupant of the room was a woman. A trim little piece, I noticed, probably from the Royal Free. She sat pertly on her chair with her hands folded on her lap. Women students-the attractive ones, not those who are feminine only through inescapable anatomical arrangements-are under a disadvantage in oral examinations. The male

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