Pictorials of college girls are now a regular feature in Playboy, and hardly controvesial, but in 1979 the franchise was new. While 1977's "Girls of the Big 10" hadn't been a huge deal, "Girls of the Ivy League," which was changed to "Women of the Ivy League" as a faux concession, struck feminists in the northeast as outrageous. Somehow it was different when it was Yale, Harvard and Princeton, and many writers, administrators and students got their panties all in a bunch.