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Image 3 of The Kentucky Kernel, October 21, 1955

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7 TUE KENTUCKY KKKNKL. Friday, Oct. 21. - 4viV Au - ( L LOUISE WAT KINS "fun to dress up for gamrs" ' ! " "J .i inm JACK IJAXTER "would go alonj; uith bermudas" t With the football season in full swing up comes that old question of what shall I wear. This week wc talked to several people to find out if they thought the UK population was dressing correctly for the games and what they thought about wearing bcrmuda shorts. Here's what they had to say: Jack Baxter "I've been thinking about that. I've been wearing a sports coat to the games but I don't especially like them for games. I think just sweaters and slacks would be better. "I don't think the girls should wear high heels, but they seem to I mm This Week She'll Expect LOVELY "K" MUMS 4. R. K. CAMPBELL ' brrtnuda aren't for me" OIAL3r4854 . . . FDITDSft 216 SOUTH LIMESTONE 'J 1,i i.tWl with it." Louise Watkins "I think that it's fun to dress up for games. For the first few games, at least, it's okay, but on toward winter I think you should dress more sen-- ; sibly, like hats and things and maybe prevent more colds. "I think wearing bermudas should be up to the individual. If they're comfortable and want to, 'they should." R. t. Campbell "I think -- those who come from town dress inappropriately. The students dress okay, but those from town think they're going to the races instead of the game. I don't care If other people wear bermudas, but they're not for me." Dean Sarah B. Holmes "I think that the way the people dress here is much better than wearing shorts or jeans as they do in some schools. Our women always look right for every occasion and are always well uality. I think the sport clothes most girls wear today are very becoming." Dean Leslie Martin "Men at UK are among the best dressed on the nation's campuses. Since most men dress for activity after the game, it's doubtful if any particular attire would be considered for sports." Virginia Coffman "Some dress too much and some not enough. ?(Laslhee . . . TJ" do all riiiht. If everybody else would wear bermudas, I'd go along groomed. "As to bermudas. I think it's a mistake for any grouD to wear one type of dress. It destroys individ- For The. Game J ' . - 193. T' 5 i .T ' ; 1 i Dress At UK Football Games Raked Over Proverbial Coals By ANN ABERXATIIY , 3 I , ,. v. I m i.,. holmks i.i i.i J V4& ... . .. J DKAN MARTIN "I K mm, best dreved" "Homfn always look tljchC HERE'S THE ANSWER TO m,, . . LAUNDRY PROBLEMS WEE WASH DRY FOLD 90 MINUTE SERVICE 10c lb. Also Dry Cleaning and Shirt Laundered ANNA'S HIGH E. WEE WASH IT AND WOODLAND ST. with (Author cf "Barefoot Boy Wttn Chtek," tte.) ADVENTURES IN SOCIAL SCIENCE: NO. 1 "The proper study of mankind is man," said Geoffrey Chaucer in his immortal Casey at the Hat, and I couldn't agree more. In these tangled times it is particularly proper to study man how he lives, how he functions, how he works. Accordingly, thin column, normally devoted to slapdash waggery, will from timo to time turn a serious eye on the social sciences. In making these occasional departures, I have the hearty approval of the makers of Philip Morris Cigarettes, whose interest is not only in promoting the pleasure of young Americans by providing them with a gentle cigarette, matchlessly blended of vintage tobaccos, grown with loving care and harvested with tender mercy, then cured with compassionate patience and rolled into firm, tasty cylinders and brought to you in king size or regular, wrapped in fetching packages of lively crimson and pristine white, at prices that wreak no havoc on the most stringent of budgets; but who are equally concerned with broadening the minds and extending the ntcllectual vistas of every college man and every college .woman. I, for one, atn not unmoved by this in the? makers of Philip Morris, and though I know it is considered chic these days to. disparage. .one's employer,-- shall ut. Indrc(f, I shall cry "Iluzzah!" for the makers of Philip Morris. I shall cry "Iluzzah!" and "Hon appctit!"'ind "Stout Fellows !" -- great-heartcdnr- ss But I digress. For our first U Ill if O U. S. Royal O Tough O Built for C i (it fjii': 11 J. quality throughout safety-bonde- d with added tection I Impact-blowo- ut lesson in social science, let us turn to the study of economics, often called the queen of the social sciences. (Sociology is the king of the social sciences. Advertising is the jack.) Economics breaks down into two broad general classifications: 1) coins; 2) folding money. Hut before taking1 up these technical aspects, let us survey briefly the history of economics. Economics was discovered by the Englishman, Adam Smith. He published his theories in 1778, but everybody giggled so hard that Smith, blushing hotly, gave up the whole thing and went into the cough drop business with his brother. For long years after that, economics lay neglected while tho world busied itself .with other things, like the birth of Victor Hugo, the last days of Pompeii, and the Runny Hug. Then one day while flying a kite during a thunderstorm, tho American Henry George (also called Thorstein Vtblcn) discovered the Jaw of diminishing .returns, and then, boy, the fat was in the fire! Kefore you could say "knife," the Industrial Revolution was on! Mechanization and steam power resulted in prodigies of production. For example, a Welsh artisan named Dylan Sigafoos before the Industrial Revolution used to make horseshoes by hand at the rate of four a day. 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