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Making of Miss America #258981

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 28, 1978
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(Studio) Report on making of potential Miss America.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Columbus, Georgia) [Miss Georgia, 1978, Deborah MOSLEY - practices greeting; notes she's from Atlanta and attends Abilene Christian University] Details given of Ms. Mosley's training for Miss America pageant. [MOSLEY - says it's like Muhammad Ali training to beat Leon Spinks next time.] Efforts of her manager, Judson Patton, to prepare her for national contest outlined. [PATTON - discusses upcoming appearances and current affairs with Mosley.] Georgia contest rules requiring Mosley to live with Patton's family in Columbus, in preparation for Atlantic City, noted. [MOSLEY - discusses California Prop. 13 issue. States reasons she's participating in pageant.]
REPORTER: Martha Teichner

Mudd, Roger;
Teichner, Martha

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