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Loveliest of the Plains—Carolyn Egge leaves it all on the field

“Sparkling exhibition of autumnal effervescence.” That’s how The Plainsman rolled in 1959, exactly 53 years ago today.

I bet the boys couldn’t leaf her alone.

Previously: Sultry Jean Thomas.

Related: More early Miss AU Tan photos surface.

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