THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Tucvla y, April
for and about
Male Lists Courses
To Help Housewife
By JIM FARRIS
With the disappearance of the maid in homes, the gianti of
American Industry have been able to sell us every possible gadget
to make housework easier.
To meet the cuurent educational demands, the following new
courses should be pioneered by the University:
Home Economics I: 3 credits;
study of modern household machinery including translation of
Instruction manuals, elementary
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electrical maintenance a study of
Vice chairman of Henrv Clav
oiling, and how to locate and keep
Qf lhe Boy Sc(mts Qf Ampr.
a screw driver.
ica, president of Nicholasville's
Home Economics II: 3 credits
Babe Ruth League, and Little
(nrereouisite Home Economics I)
how to make the vendor perform League, and head of the Central
under the guarantee without law Kentucky Education Association
are a few of the 15 officers
suits, how to replace the hi-advanced electrical main- - cerning youth and education which
tenance- -a study of the fuse box H
and how to replace a fuse.
Home Economics III: 4 credits
(prerequisite Home Economics I.
Tw0 eggs eaten at breakfast will
II) how to get the spoon out of suppiy about 25 percent of tho
the garbage grinder and the safety esMntial daily nutrients for adulU.
pin out of the automatic washer
when the basement has been
There are feelings which women
pumped out after being flooded
because of the safety pin In the guess in spite of the care men take
to bury them. Honore De Balzac.
Pnule And The Innocent
Tnurrt. Irft, a Arinor, spiteful spinster of Molirre's
wears a puritanical
jtown of reddish brown, designed by Pierre C'ardin. Deep blue for purity is used by Cardin in this
for Anouk Kerjac, right, who plays the youthful Fliante in the play, now touring U.S. cities.
French Drama Shows How
Costumes Express Character
Play To U.S.
The most beautiful
new look in diamonds
The Associated Press
Clothes can express character,
fays Pans designer Pierre Cardin,
win) proves his words with his
(.!iime; lor "Ie Misanthrope," a
!( .v interpretation of Mohere in
UK tit iii dress, now on world tour
under the auspices of the French
o nunc nt.
!sci:!.u !v stnkinc are Cartten's
f.'.M.s f( r ti e th:ee leading women
f the play
li r.n'' i s
(j,:;c!ul prude, one a lovely
and one the eternal
For Arsinoe, the prude, played
by iielle Tourrt, Cardin does a
Nine, flowing town in reddish
an enveloping stole, riving a Puritanical effect.
Hhante, the young innocent
played by Anouk Ferjac. wears an
evening Rown of deep, pure blue,
Kelt, feminine and modest, with
cash and bodice trim of lighter
Ctlimene. the enchantress,
played by Madeleine Delavaivre, Is
a vision In a ball gown of pale
pink, satin, seductively draped and
worn beneath a magnificent
cape of deeper pink, dipping to a train in back.
All three gowns are made of a
costly crush-proo- f
a heavy, rich satin but of light
weight, for Jet travel.
The Moliere play Is presented by
the Vieux Colombler of Paris, first
theatrical troupe in history to
circle the globe.
After its recent appearance in
New York, the company is touring 40 leading U.S. universities,
then continuing to Honolulu. Australia, Saigon. Vietnam. Cambodia,
Ttheran. Iran, Beyrouth. Lebanon,
Sicily, then back to Paris, and on
to London, In four months. '
Madeleine Delavaivre, as Celimene, the ravlshingly beautiful
charmer, wears a gown which is the essence of femininity in pale
pink, seductively draped and worn with a dramatic
cape of deeper pink.
American appearances on their
tour Include: Williamstown. Mass.;
Syracuse, N.Y.; Notre Dame, Ind.;
Milwaukee, Wis.; Lawrence Kan.;
Minneapolis, Minn.; Urbana, 111.;
Bloomington. Ind.; Cincinnati,
Ohio; Princeton. N.J.; Baltimore,
Md.; Washington. DC,
Hadley, Mass.; Providence, R.I.;
Cambridge, Mass.; Lynchburg, Va.;
Greensboro, N. C; Miami, Fla.;
Atlanta, Ga.; New Orleans, La.;
Austin, Texas; Tucson, Ariz.;
Seattle, Wash.; Portland, Ore.;
Berkeley, Calif.; Boulder, Colo.;
Evanston, 111.; Los Angeles, and
San Francisco, Calif.
Barefoot Girls Back In Style
Jeeperst Creepers! Where'd you
get those peepers?
eeper by Capeiio bhow
the popular barefoot look for fcpring.
After almost a decade of closed
the open look is back. Toes
are not left waving in the breeze
as in the 1940's, when women wore
thoes two sizes too small. Toes
and lift Is are covered in shoes for
all occasions with wide cutout
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