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College Life - 1970's Style, #51692

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 16, 1978
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(Studio) Report on college life in 1970's contrasted to that of 1960's.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Evanston, Illinois) College life in 1960's recalled; films shown. 1970's college lifestyles contrasted, using Northwestern Univ.'s homecoming this fall as example [Celia KING - thinks students realize academic involvement isn't enough.] [Winifred FREEDMAN - says students not afraid to say what they believe in or to do what they want.] Other details about 1978 Northwestern homecoming, especially football game against Michigan, given. [WOMAN - announces Michael Spong and Winifred Freedman as homecoming king and queen.] Comment of 1968 Northwestern graduate about 1978 impt. of homecoming quoted.

Brown, Bob;
Reynolds, Frank

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