Last year a Miss America contestant made news because she had just one arm. Would that tradition-bound pageant be ready for a beauty queen in a wheelchair? If your first reaction was "probably not," then the response from the disabled community is "why not?" With that question in mind, Nebraska revived a pageant this year designed to break some stereotypes. "Statewide's" Bill Kelly says the disabled community borrowed the trappings of a familiar American event, and made it their own to prove a point.