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Vintage Auburn Beer Stein Leaves Little to the Imagination

Auburn, in the 1960s, was a seething cauldron of sexual tension. Coeds couldn’t drink. Coeds couldn’t stay out late. Cheap thrills, for Auburn men, were at a premium.

And if they could keep your beer nice and frothy, all the better.

A common inside joke among fraternity brothers of that era: “Did you skol last night?”

Or at least it should have been.

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