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What Auburn SGA election campaigning looked like in 1973

Flyer for 1973 Miss Auburn candidate Deborah Whatley. She eventually lost out to another Deborah—Deb Lowe.

Auburn’s SGA elections are this week, and the concourse currently looks about the same as it did this time 40 years ago, though the intrigue may not be as thick—we’ve been told the power to the cooler housing the chocolate chip ice cream SGA presidential candidate Chip Stillwell was scooping out for voters was somehow cut overnight. He didn’t win.

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Photos: Larry Parker.

Related: That time a cow won Miss Auburn.

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