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December 07, 1975 - Image 8

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Michigan Daily, 1975-12-07

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First Ever, and Greatest of All

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HOW TO IRON ON YOUR
ORANGE BOWL T-SHIRT DESIGN:
I1 For BEST results, use permanent press mate-
rials of 50%rcotton and 50% polyester. 100%
COTTON MATERIALS DO NOT HOLD COLOR
AFTER SEVERAL WASHINGS.

2. To protect your ironing board and items to be
ironed from staining, place a cover of plain paper
over the board. Notebook or bond typing paper is
good. Do not use porous paper, such as paper tow-
els or tissue as they will allow ink to leak through.
3. Slip your T-shirt over the end of the ironing
board so that the side you wish to print on is
directly over the protective paper.

4. Cut decal pattern along the dotted lines and
place the design face down on the area you wish
to decorate. Pin pattern securely to shirt along
the top and bottom dotted lines so it can't slide
as you iron. Place another piece of protective
paper over the design to protect the iron. Do not
use heavy brown paper.

5. Set your iron on "cotton" and allow it to heat
to proper temperature. Be suresto use a dry iron.
When iron is hot, press across the design with
firm, even pressure for one minute. Be sure to
cover the entire design area. Let T-shirt cool for
about one minute before removing pattern.
NOTE ON LAUNDERING: Wash and dry with other perma-
nent press clothes, usinq~ proper settinqs and temperatures.
Do not use chlorine bleach onranvpermanent press mate-
rials. Colors will soften with the first washing to a slightlv
faded look. Colors will not wash out if you have followed
instructions carefully.

JUDGES IN OUR FIRST EVER CONTEST WERE:

BO SCHEMBECHLER

BOB UFER

TED RAMSAY
Professor, School of Art

UM Football

Coach

WPAG UM football

announcer

IF YOU THINK THEIR JOB WAS EASY, TAKE A LOOK AT THE RUNNERS-UP:

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2nd Place Submitted by
MARK WAGNER
Ann Arhr

3rd Place Submitted by
MARCY ZUSSMAN
Ann Arbor

4th Place Submitted by
RICHARD HILL
Bloomfield Hills

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