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Plainsman daydreams, 1949

According to this comic from a 1949 issue of The Plainsman, when it comes to Spring Break, there are three types of Auburn students: The beer-guzzlin’ beach bum, the pi-lovin’ 98 lb. weakling, and the red-blooded, rat cappin’ freshman.

I wish they all could be Chewacla girls…

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