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Nude girls, clothed

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At Hastings in Fayetteville, the UA co-eds featured in the new "Girls of the SEC" issue of Playboy, via our correspondent/photographer Bo Counts: Wearing the black tank top is Bentonville native, Stephanie Schaffer (pseudonym), a communication major with three semesters left until graduation. She said she was very surprised to see such a long line and have to autograph so many magazines. She also said she'd like to do more modeling in the future.

Wearing the blue shirt/dress is Julieanne Hanson (pseudonym), who has lived in Fayetteville for the past three years and is going to school for business with about two years left until graduation. She would also like to do more modeling to start her portfolio. She said the most overwhelming thing for her so far has been having to get up at 5:30 am to sign autographs all day.

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