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A ’stache grows in Providence

By MARION DAVIS  |  November 18, 2009

Chapman, whose dad used to have a mustache, says some older men really appreciate the calendar — though Phipps admitted that his mom "refuses to take me seriously with a mustache."

But the girls on campus, they love it. Phipps overheard an exchange the other day, two friends saying they wanted to buy a calendar, and their male (un-mustached) friend dismissing it as silly. Chapman doesn't bother with the naysayers.

"There are some people who don't get it," he says. "I feel bad for them."

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