Home / Vintage / 1950 Auburn Tigers Stacked At Coed? Florida thought so.

1950 Auburn Tigers Stacked At Coed? Florida thought so.

Our team may not have been stacked in Earl Brown’s miserable final year on the Plains, but our coeds apparently were, at least if the decorations seen in this silent government-produced featurette on Florida’s 1950 homecoming festivities are any indication.

The fraternity behind the decorations shown below opted not for a Gator-hunts-Tiger safari or an eagle behind bars captioned with some sort of rah-rah pun, but rather what looks to be—you can almost hear the Toon Town ahh-oooga—a zoot-suited gator going gaga over a curvy Auburn tigress. And that’s it. Kind of weird.

Lookin' nifty in 1950.

Whatever reputation Auburn girls may have had in the bust line department proved little distraction for the victorious Gators, or any team for that matter… except perhaps our own—we lost every freaking game that season. (Travis Tidwell pun intended but not included.)

Keep Reading:

* War Eagle from Marwencol!
* Derek Jeter’s guardian angel spotted—and he’s an Auburn fan
* Ad for a Wet T-shirt Contest at Nichol’s Alley
* Pat Dye buying sunglasses
* Muhammad Al on the Haley Center concourse
* Playboy in Auburn, 1989

* Outer Space is full of Auburn shirts

Like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.

About Staff

Check Also

paint caper conclusion crop

Bama students vandalized their own campus with Auburn graffiti before the 1953 Iron Bowl

In 1953, a Bama student, either out of self-loathing, or in an attempt to rile his team to victory in the upcoming Iron Bowl, painted not just random doors and alleys of his own campus with Auburn slogans, but Denny freakin' Chimes. So when someone tries to stop you from relieving yourself on the Saban statue at this year's game, just tell them: "I learned it from watching you."