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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,

TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. MAY 3,

Look who's in the
National College Queen
Contest
Here are the four Finalists in our state-vote for your choice today'

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MISS SUZANNE BURGOYNE
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
East Lansing, Michigan " Hometown: St. Joseph, Michigan
Junior. Majoring in: Advertising
Also studying: Psychology, Philosophy, English Literature, Voice
Age: 20 Height: 5'7" Blonde hair, green eyes
Suzanne has earned a scholarship, and is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta.
Named by Phi Kappa Phi for having the highest Sophomore average in her col-
lege, she has also become an Honorary National Merit Scholar. Suzanne has
been on the All-A List for four consecutiveterms. She enjoys membership in the
Michigan State Players and the United Student Organization. Suzanne has been
Assistant Promotion Director of All-University Radio, and is a member of the
"Winds of Change" staff. Her sorority is Alpha Chi Omega. Among her sports are
horseback riding, canoeing, skiing and swimming. As hobbies, Suzanne prefers
creative writing, singing and acting. She has done volunteer work as a Dormitory
Activities Chairman, including visitations to a Home for the Aged. Her goal is to
attend Graduate School in Journalism, and then to teach at a college.

MISS PATRICIA ANN De BRABANDER
WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Detroit, Michigan * Hormetown: Detroit, Michigan
Junior. Majoring in: Mathematics
Also studying: Psychology, Physics, German
Age: 20 Height: 5' 6" Brown hair, hazel eyes
Patricia has earned a scholarship, and has been named to the Dean's List in every
quarter. She received a Citation for Achievement at the annual Honors Convoca-
tion, and she participates in the Liberal Arts Honors Program. Patricia holds
membership in the Association of Women Students and the Newman Club. She
has been on the Election Committee of the Liberal Arts Student-Faculty Board.
Her favorite sports are basketball, swimming, bowling, ice skating, and roller
skating. Patricia makes most of her own clothes. She enjoys sewing, knitting, bak-
ing, and reading. She has helped her church during fund-raising drives, and has
participated in the Catholic Student's Mission Crusade for both foreign and home
missions. Her ambition is to seek a Master's Degree in Mathematics. Then, she
will teach at the college lever before she is married.

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MISS RUTH ANNE MAYER
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Ann Arbor, Michigan " Hometown: Union, New Jersey
Freshman. Majoring in: Nursing
Also studying: Political Science, Sociology, Chemistry, Anthropology
Age: 19 Height: 5'61/2" Dark Brown hair, brown eyes
Ruth Anne h-as earned two scholarships and a Commendation from the National
Merit Scholarship Association. In high school, she was on the first Honor Roll and
was a member of the National Honor Society. Ruth has been active on the Angell-
house Counsel and in Student Government. She was Vice president of the Fresh-
man Nursing Class, and a member of the Nursing Council. Her high school
activities included serving with the Student Council and being Treasurer of the
Future Physician's Club. She also was Art Editor for the Yearbook. Ruth's hob-
bies are painting sculpture, jewelry making, knitting, sewing, and singing. She
has been a volunteer hospital worker and a Sunday School teacher. Ruth served
her community during elections and in Red Cross projects. Her goal is to become
a nurse, and later she hopes to specialize as an Art Therapist,
Read the biographies above and choose your candidate for the National
College Queen competition.
Your vote will help determine which girl will go on to the National
Finals... and the time to vote is now!
If you've already voted on campus, fine! If not, here's your chance
to vote by mail. The winner becomes our State College Queen and'wins
a trip to New York, where she'll compete with Finalists from all the

MISS SHARON MARIE VON DRA
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
East Lansing, Michigan " Hometown: Greensburg, Pennsylvania
Senior. Majoring in: International Relations (Asian Area)
Also studying: Philosophy, Chinese, French, Computer Programming
Age: 20 Height: 5' 3" Dark Blonde hair, blue eyes
Sharon received two national awards based on her academic achievements, and
is a nominee for a Woodrow Wilson Award. She has been President of Pi Sigma
Alpha, Chairman of Mortar Board, and Secretary and Vice-President of Delta
Sigma Rho. Sharon has also served as Sophomore Secretary, AWS Complex
Chairman, a Director of the Freshman Orientation Board, Chairman of College
Bowl, and Chairman of the "Winds of Change" Seminar. She is a member of Alpha
Chi Omega sorority, having been their Pledge Class Scholarship Chairman and
Activities Chairman. She enjoys Track and Field sports, also ice skating and fenc-
ing. Her hobbies are embroidery, cooking, music, poetry, and bridge. Sharon has
worked for UNICEF and Community Chest drives. After attending Graduate
School, she looks forward to college teaching and becoming a homemaker.
other 49 states for the title of National College Queen. Each finalist will
be presented on a television spectacular, June 16th at 10 PM. on the
NBC network.
~Vote today! Just cut out the ballot below, print in the last name of
the girl of your choice, put the baflot in an envelope and send it off air
mail. All ballots must be postmarked by midnight, Saturday, May 6th
to be counted.

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Mail this ballot to:

Post Office Box 1096,
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11202

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