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Girls Gone War Eagle, 1979

J&M Bookstore had this “T-shirt of the Week” thing going back in the late 70s, the salad days of Auburn T-shirt screen printing, and regularly advertised their latest creation in The Plainsman. And every now and then the copy would get a little titillating, and their tiger would get this look on his face—like he did in this “Dry T-shirt Sale” ad in 1979.

Fellas, forget roses or a box of chocolates—what your lady really wants for Valentines Day is an Auburn T-shirt that she can get wet on Spring Break, or on one of those nights at Nickel’s Alley, or just any ol’ day at the pool. If you know what I mean. And I think that you do. Click to enlarge.

50 percent off, indeed.

Related: War ******* Eagle T-shirts.

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