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level. Relieve Miss North Carolina
missed only because answers to
three sets of (juestions were not
on par with first two girls, fdease
realize this test plus personality
counts twenty five per cent of total
points won.” Lee Price, Jr., presi
dent of the United States Junior
Chamber of Commerce, wired ‘‘My
ballot was as follows; First, Miss
North Carolina; second. Miss Utah; i
third. Miss Indiana; fourth, Miss
Florida; fifth. Miss Arkansas. You
can see from mj vote that I felt
Miss North Carolina should have
been Miss America. However, I
:im certain that the judges deci
sions were followed and that there
was no fraud involved.” Mr. Hick-
lin, chairman of the Miss North [
Carolina Pageant, said that he
thought the only thing that stump- j
ed Lu Long was answering three
questions verbally. The questions '
were: (1) \)o you b-elieve marriage
and a career can be combined ? (2)
What would you use your scholar
ship for? (3) What do you con
sider the most important public
Itroblem in the United States to
day? Mr. Ilicklin said that Miss
L't.'ih and Miss Indiana had a great
deal more experience in .speaking.
Regardless of decisions made,
Salem College welcomes Lu T-ong
Ogburn and joins .with her home
town in acclaiming her their “Miss
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