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The fourteen contestants. LEFT TO RIGHT: first runner-up, Jean De- Vore; Miss Anderson College, Vicki Looper; Dr. John E. Rouse, president of Anderson College; and Tina Paschal, second runner- up.
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MISS ANDERSON COLLEGE, Vicki Looper. MISS ANDERSON COLLEGE PAGEANT WL From a field of 14 contestants the new Miss Ander- son College was named. Vicki Lopper, sophomore and the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Odell Looper, was named the new Miss Anderson College for 1967. Vicki was chosen from a field of seven freshman and seven sophomores. The title of Miss Congeniality went to a sophomore also, Julie Carter. The honor of first runner-up went to another sophomore, Jean DeVore. The honor of second runner-up went to a freshman, Tina Paschal. Freshman contestants included Debbie Ashley, Sandra Hyatt, Phyl- lis Mims, Mary Anne Reames, and Frankie Taylor. Soph- omore contestants included Janis DeVore, Sue Hawkins, Louise Porter, and Linda Woodson. Master of Cere- monies for the contest was Bob Powell while Dr. John E. Rouse, president of Anderson College, presented trophies to the winners. Phyllis Riddle, Miss Anderson College for 1965-66, crowned the new Miss Anderson College. MISS CONGENIALITY, Julie Carter, receives her award from President Rouse. St
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