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Auburn students roll Toomer’s Corner after Bill Clinton elected

Minus cell phones and Instagram, it only got a photo blurb in the Plainsman. But Rolling Toomer’s after presidential elections apparently has at least a 20 year history.

Gore Eagle?

Photo: Nov. 5, 1992 issue of The Auburn Plainsman

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