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Auburn Basketball toys with China

Click / enlarge if you want to read about that time in 1980 that Auburn destroyed the Republic of China National Team in an exhibition basketball game in front of a “noisy crowd of 2,100 at Memorial Coliseum.” Sounds intense. War Eagle Supper Club ad for Starcruz  included for extra authentic 1980-ness.

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Credit: Nov. 11, 1980 issue of the Auburn Plainsman.

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