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February 08, 1947 - Image 3

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1flation Hits Local Co-eds intBad Way
gan coeds may have fallen managed to keep their svelte waist Expanding hips wouldn't neces-
the peculiar post-war i- lines, but fitting the buxom mod- sarily be due to a growth of fatty
that has added two inches ern misses into girdles of pre-war tissue according to this doctor.
average hip measurement measurements is becoming a realt .'oh c
1 to junior misses all over tussle. It might mean development of
al Ann Arbor corsetieres Before this seam-popping ten- worthwhile nuscle or even an in-
w hn on rstire dency began, one local fitter called crease in bone structure.
with- he fashion stylist 26-34 the average coed waist-hip "If it's due to good muscular
ve d d girdle man- - ooion. But now, she said, development," she said, "it should
s by considerably. out- 26-36 is a more accurate figure. in general accentuate the desir--
the pre-war model. The University Health Service able feminine figure."
waists.still are the vogue is a little reluctant to accept this For coeds who feel that there's
pus orsetshops but trim growth .as. a feature of.the post- an undue inflation no twar anted
y be disappearing curi- war. world but one doctor thinks by muscles or bones, the doctor
thisgirtgainingo if e it y be a o g recommends an immediate con-
d.these local stylists. neation with the physical educa-
igan coeds, they.say ,have Patronize Your SBE tion pogram.

Coed Volunteers It happened in an economics
Estelle Klein, chairman of the The professor asked one student
League personnel committee, said a question.
yesterday that all girls interested "I don't know" the student re-
in volunteering for work at the plied.
Student Book Exchange should
report to the League Game Room. Unperturbed, the professor
The Book Exchange will be open "k aeth hm thud eco.
until Feb. 20, 9-12 and 1,5 Mon. "I agree with him," the second
through Fri., and 9-12 Saturday. student answered.
Volunteers will be able to work The professor grew curious. "Do
according to their own schedules. you two study together?" he in-
The Exchange which operate quired.
on a non-profit basis sells sc nd-
hand books at student set prices. 'VPEWRITERS
jIBought,old, Ren.tedleaired
Buy ad Sell Texts it S E SCE'5 5
Student Book Exchauge -.DMORLL
1 314 S.,State St. Phpne 7177

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