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THE MCMGAN DAILY

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Unique

Nocturnal
Ingenuity
Uncovereed
Sure, it's silly.
Coeds like to dress up to go to
bed. In fact, there are usually in
all the residence halls great rival-
ries among the women to see who
can find the most outlandish pa-
jamas to wear.
When found, the pajamas are
flaunted up and down the halls
by the wearers, who are waiting
to hear the coveted words, "My
gosh, look what Minerva's got on
tonight," and waiting to see looks
of envy over her new "find."
Ski pajamas with matching hats
and slippers are now becoming
very common, but soon coeds may
well be looking for something new
and different.
The football outfit, with striped
knee socks and a number on the
front of the shirt, is still fairly
unique and probably will be the
rage for a few more months.
There are always the prosaic
shorties consisting of a flouncy
shirt with bloomers to match. Al-
though the shorties are quite com-
mon, they still remain popular
among the coeds, with practical
value in the warm spring and
summer months.
Other quite unusual night ap-
parel includes the leotard pa-
janas which are tight fitting and
owned by only the more brave
coeds. These aren't worn for sleep
but merely for lounging around.
These pajamas are something worn
by frustrated ballerinas who can
pirouette to their hearts' content
in the privacy of their'own rooms.
More conservative pajamas in-
clude those made like bermuda
shorts for the more collegiate
women. They consist of striped
flannel shirts with button down
collars and bermudas to match.
Dressed in this outfit, one can feel
collegiate even while brushing one's
teeth.
Even more conservative is the
pajama set consisting of matching
night cap, shirt, shorts, and
slippers. This outfit was designed
for introverts who want to be in
style, but still aren't willing to
become too risque about it.

New Year's
Eve Plans
Vary Widely
Many to Spend
Night at Home
By SUE J'ES SUP
Apparently some University stu-
dents won't celebrate New Year's
Eve at parties.
"Babysitting for relatives at low
rates" is in the offing for a Univer-
sity coed, who participated in a
Daily poll concerning New Year's
eve plans.
Morton G. Fox, '56, said he is
planning to spend New Years
sleeping.
"Mechanicsburg, Pa. isya very
quiet town 365 days a year in-
cluding New Year's Eve," a sen-
ior history major remarked.
Plans Include Study
"I'm going to study and try to
raise my faltering point average,"
a determined coed said, viewing a
pile of unfinished homework.
"My fiance will be playing in a
dance band and I'll be home with
my parents," a senior remarked
sadly.
"Isn't it sort of early to make
plans?" one unattached coed asked
wistfully.
Despite these gloomy statistics,
however, some peopl are planning
to spend New Year's ve in a fes-
tive manner.
"He hasn't asked me yet but he
will when he sees me," a Boston
coed from Martha Cook confided.
Has Many Offers
"I'm in the process of sorting
out and discarding offers," a
blonde coed nonchalantly re-
marked.
Robert Trost, '58, is looking for-
ward to attending a party. He
doesn't know yet whether it will
be coed or not. "But whatever de-
velops I'm sure it will be fun," he
added.
A senior coed gritted her teeth
dnd vowed "I've never had a date
yet on New Year's Eve-if I don't
dig one up for this year, and have
to spend it with the girls again,
I'll do something drastic."
Her roommate, standing nearby,
patted her on the shoulder and
Promised to find her a blind date.

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