SELSEY DANCES IN THE HIGH STREET. CHILDREN’S SPORTS AND CARNIVAL. Last week we published the results of the adults' sports on Coronation Day, which finished with a rainstorm. Later in the evening, however, the rain cleared away and the streets were full of people to watch the gay and colourful carnival go by. A dance was held the Pavilion in the evening, at which a fancy dress competition took place. Mr. J. Ball in an ancient Roman costume taking first gentleman’s prize—and a little lady from Austria —dressed in her native costume —taking the first lady’s prize. Much more dancing, however, took place without the Pavilion than in it, and at about 2 a.m. there were roughly 400 people dancing in the High Street to the strains of band supplied by Mr. W. C. Simpson. The man who played the accordion deserves special mention, for he strapped it on him at 10 p.m. and did not stop playing till 4 a.m. in the morning. Six hours continual playing performance to be proud of. N.B. A long list of prize winners for the sports and carnival have been edited out.