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A 1979 Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Ad Targeting Auburn Students

In 2012, you’d probably be hard-pressed to find five Auburn students who have a subscription to any newspaper, let alone the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (no offense).

But back in 1979, an Auburn student apparently wasn’t an Auburn student without one—or at least not a well-equipped Auburn student.

“Just come by our booth at the student union…”

Related: Aubie called as star witness in 1979 trial.

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