The Michigan Daily - Sunday, April 21, 1985 - Page 7
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Even near the end of the school year, Tune-n-Tan is booked solid every day because students
want to keep their tans the whole year round.
When the Spring Break trips to Florida en-
ded, many students returned to Ann Arbor
and headed back to class with envy-inspiring
suntans. But like all good things, suntans
Enter the tanning parlors. Local parlors use
two methods of tanning. Alpha, or UV-A rays.
tan your skin. The Beta, or UV-B rays, ac-
count for the burning and peeling thataalways
seem to go along with suntans. One type of
tanning parlor uses only the UV-A rays, while
the other type alternates short exposure to the
UV-B rays with longer exposure to the IT-A
The parlors were flooded with calls and ap-
pointments last month as studenfs fought to
keep their tans despite the ice and snow on the
landscape. But just last week a new tanning
parlor- the Diag- opened for business as the
sun settled in for the summer.
Linda Hazlett and Cliff Joseph wait for their tanning appointments inside the office on Tone-n-Tan while Joe Maxwell works behind the
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Michelle Nesbitt basks in the ultraviolet rays of a
tanning bed, a very comfortable way to get a great tan.
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