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" The muscular additions to the arms and shoulders and the expansion of the chest were so great as to have absolutely a ludicrous and embarrassing result; for before the fourth month several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets, and tunics... "
... A system of physical education, theoretical and practical - Page 74
by Archibald Maclaren - 1885 - 516 pages
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Herald of Health, Volumes 15-16

Education - 1870
...month several of the men could not got into their uniforms, jackets and tunics, without assistance, and when they had got them on they could not get them...not get into them at all, and new clothing had to bo procured, pending the arrival of which the men had to go to and from the gymnasium in their great...
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How to Get Strong and how to Stay So

William Blaikie - Physical education and training - 1879 - 296 pages
...several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets, and tunics, without assistance, and when they had got them on they could not get them to meet down the middle by a hand's-breadth. In a month more they could not get into them at all, and new clothing had to be procured,...
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Moral Education: Its Laws and Methods

Joseph Rodes Buchanan - Moral education - 1882 - 395 pages
...month several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets, and tunics without assistance; and when they had got them on, they could not get them...the gymnasium in their great coats. One of these men gained five inches in actual girth of chest. ... "Of these twelve men, in less than eight months every...
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United Service: A Monthly Review of Military and Naval Affairs, Volume 1

Military art and science - 1889
...the fourth month several of the men could not get in their jackets and tunics without assistance, and when they had got them on, they could not get them...hand's breadth." In a month more they could not get them on at all, and new clothing had to be provided. One of the twelve gained five inches in his chestmeasure...
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Annual report of the State Department of Health of Maine. 1891

1892
...jackets and tunics, without assistance, and when they bad got them on they could not get them to meet in the middle by a hand's breadth. In a month more they...arrival of which the men had to go to and from the gymnasinm in their great coats. One of these men had gained five inches in actual girth of chest. Now....
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Report, Issue 7

Maine. State Board of Health - Maine - 1892
...month several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets and tunics, without assistance, and when they had got them on they could not get them to meet in the middle by a hand's breadth. In a month more they could not get into them at all, and new clothing...
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The Montreal Medical Journal, Volume 22

George Edgeworth Fenwick, Thomas George Roddick, George Ross - Medicine - 1894
...month several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets and tunics without assistance. In a month more they could not get into them at all. One gained five inches in chest girth." In this connection it may be well to state the fact that in...
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How to Get Strong and how to Stay So

William Blaikie - Physical education and training - 1899 - 510 pages
...several of the men could not get into their uniforms, jackets, and tunics, without assistance ; and when they had got them on, they could not get them to meet down the middle hy a hand's-breadth In a month more they could not get into them at all ; and new clothing had to be...
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A System of practical therapeutics, Volume 1

Hobart Amory Hare - Therapeutics - 1901
...inch. 5 inches. 2J iinch. inches. J inch. 1 inch. 1J inches. if " and tunics without assistance, and when they had got them on they could not get them to meet down the middle by a hand's breadth. In a mouth more they could not get into them at all, and new clothing had to be procured, pending the arrival...
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Physical Deterioration: Its Causes and the Cure

A. Watt Smyth - Public health - 1904 - 318 pages
...fourth month several of the men could not get into their jackets and tunics without assistance, and when they had got them on they could not get them...the men had to go to and from the gymnasium in their greatcoats." Encyclopedia Britannica, vol. xi., Article " Gymnastics." not worth while to take...
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