Queen of the surfer girls


The queen of surfer girls was University High’s Mary Hughes, who, at five feet nine, with pouffy, piled-up blonde hair and a George Hamilton tan, strode the ‘Bu as if it were a Paris catwalk. Duane King remembers, “When Mary Hughes walked down the beach, every guy would turn his head and stare. Not most of the guys, but every guy. She would appear on the sand—this striking, statuesque girl with dark skin and a tiny bikini and an incredibly elongated body, very long legs, tiny waist, and broad shoulders … and she would be flanked by these younger twin guys who were like her bodyguards. She was almost an artist at presenting herself!” from ‘Malibu’s Lost Boys’ by Sheila Weller, in Vanity Fair.

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