People, Jan. 27, 1975

Virginia Polytechnic Institute Freshman Gardner Britt, 18, must have been playing football without his helmet. An article in the January Ladies' Home Journal implied that he was more or less engaged to President Ford's daughter Susan, 17—not that she was so special. "I don't think she will do anything spectacular," he opined, suggesting that Susan herself was antifeminist. "She's not like some of those Miss Teenage Americas who always have some fancy career in mind—like nursing." Added Chauvinist Britt: "A job is all right if women can do an equal job, but I...

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