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THE SUMMER DAILY

Tuesday, July 31, 1973

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tonight,
6:00 ? 4 11 13 Ne s
9 Ctocrtthip of Eddies F ather
2)) 5) tesoarh 1We lIM,1
24 ARC' New-Smilh Rez;.ocee
I 6 lictstoces
6G ('ha-e',e Way
6.2)) 2 11 Cl)) Net-tOger Sldd
4 13 NI;('N ets--Jo)hn 'hatnc1or
7 AlIC Nk-Smil t 11 ,rc
9 IDream ofJeannie
24 filch 'VAcDyke
30 FirinLg Line
5)) G iWLi ac's Island
56 lbs )a V oYeur hildren (Gro?
4 Ne ss
7 To 1k)) The Truth
9Bescrly hillbillies
11 1'oTell ))the Truth
113%What"' My Lice?
2)) Naccy and the Professor
24 lasotlict for LDollars
5)) I Love Lucy
56 French Chef
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 You Asked hoe It
7 II1'Pice Is Right
9News-D~on Daly
13'Truth or Consequences-
20 Riflemaac
24 Adventurer
50) llgaco heres
56 tChancging Music
413 Moie-Weten
The Alamo
7 24 Temperatures Ii Si n
9Pr)) Foothali
20 Burke's Law
30 36 Evecicg at Pops5
5) Dragcet
8:)) 2 11 llamai) Five-O
7 24 Movie--Drua
50) Meerv(Gritfin
9:)0 2)) There It Ac Acswe--Religio
30 56 Ictercatiocal Performance
52:0 2 11 Movie-D)rama
2)) Sevecnliundred Cluh
1)0:)) 4 13 NBC Reporta
7 24 Marcus Welhy, M.
50) Perry Masocn11W
10:3)0)9 Woods acd Wheels
56 Legacy-Doculmectary
01:)0 24 7 11 13 24 News
9 VCOC Nests-Lloyd IRohertson
5,0(Oce S)ep Beyod-Draca
11):0 2 11 Mavie--Mystery
t The Face of Fear" (1971)
4 13 Johncy Carsoc
S24 Comedy Concert
2)) Nec Directiona
50 Movsie-D)rama B1W
"T'hree Strangers." (1946)
1V:0 09 Movie-Dracma BW
"Love letters." 01945)
13)0 2 Movie-Musiral 11W
"TnPan Alley." (14))
4 7 11 13 Newss
2:30 2 News
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artistic swriting?
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Michigan Daily.

Fashion report

FIOTOR'S NOTE: We received this
I~esrelease in. the mail yesterday
acd found it quite amusicg. We past
.t on to yoo in that same spirit.
WHAT DOES THE COLLEGE
GIRL '73 REALLY WEAR?
This spring Glamour Magazine
took a cross-country poll of five
hundred girls in random colleges,
large and small, rural and ur-
ban, to find out just how many
items they had of everything
from jeans to long evening dress-
es. What we learned they owned
is likely to come as a surprise to
anyone who thinks blue jeans
have some kind of monopoly on
campus.
IN CLASSES: One student tal-
lies it up precisely when she
says, "Anything goes - from
jeans to long skirts" Jeans, hy
far, lead as heing the most popu-
lar, with_ all types of tops -
tailored shirts, knit tops, sweat-
ers layered over shirts, turtle-
necks, hody suits, smocks, T-
shirts, shrink tops, work shirts.
Other toppings are hlazers, hat-
tie and various shaped jackets.
But right next to jeans are
skirts, dresses ("sporty'), pant
suits, "nice pants" (wool and
knittj, "haggies" and cords.
On feet: clogs, loafers and
hoots head the list followed hy
platform soles, heeled shoes of
all kinds (high, chunky), tennis
shoes, sandals, saddle shoes,
crepe soles --- all of them chief-
ly in leather and suede. Brand
names dropped: "Loafers,"
"Waffle Stompers," "Charlie
ttrowns," "Weejuns," "Buster
Browns," and "Fred Braums.'
Apparently jewelry -is some-
times as much in evidence in
class as on dates - watches,
rings, hracelets, earrings, neck-
laces. Also scarves, handhags,
totes.
THE SUMMERI DAILY, summer edi-
t)))) of The Michigan Dolly
Vol. L.XXXIII, No. 51-S
Touesday, July 3i, 1073
is dted asnd manoged by student)s at
the tUniversity of Michsigan. Nests phosno
764-0562. Second clots portage pold ot
Ass Arbor, Michigan 40106. Published
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curing the University year at 420 May-
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ON INFORMAL, DATES: M\ost
girls say that what they wear to
classes they wear on informal
dates, too, with jeans and the
same tops mentioned hefore lead-
ing again, followed hy all the
other in-class items. The only
additions are an occasional
dress short dress, a long hut
not dressy dress, velveteen pants
with a hlazer. The informal dat-
inog situation has hecome a more
relaxed extension of co-ed inte-
gation wehere men and women
live side-hy-side, easily, with-
out a lot of role interference he-
tween them.
ON FORMAL DATES: For
proms and hig or very special
parties, the long dress or "form-
at" 10 most popular; halter-neck-
ed and hackless are the shapes
singled out, while fahrics are
crepe, velvet or chiffon. Second
in line are long skirts with dress-
ed shirts or blouses. Many girls
mention that they occasionally
wear short "dressy" or "Sun-
day" dresses, midi dresses, midi
palazzo pant outfits or velveteen
pants with blazers or matching
jackets.
tN BED: Long nightgosvns are
way ahead of anything else, and
in second place, pajamas. What
followa is a mixed hag, includ-
ing men's old shirts (father's or
hoyfriend's), hahy doll p.j.'s, T-
shirts (long and short), short
nightgowns, pajama tops, under-
pants, and "sou naturel."
Screen Gems reports that 116
progtam pilots were developed
during the past year hy various
studios as possible network
series for the 1973-74 season, and
that only 18 made the grade.
Screen Gems says it scored five
out of t0, in addition to which
its "The Partridge Family" and
"Temperatures Rising" will he
hack for their fourth and second
seasons, respectively.

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