By Jean L. S. Patrick,Adam Gustavson
Ludy’s collage and classmates rallied round her and raised the money to ship her to compete. She received the gold medal with 1 foot, 2.6 inches to spare. She’d performed her associates, her tuition, the South, and the us proud.
Hooray for Ludy!
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