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Skyrockets in Fight Song: Auburn cheers from 1913

Old Auburn “yells and songs” from 100 years ago. They helped Auburn win a national championship in 1913, maybe they’ll mix some magic into 2013. Learn them. Love them. Skyrocket. Boom. Auburn.

From the Oct. 13, 1913 issue of the Orange and Blue… soup’s on:

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This post sponsored by Toomer’s Drugs, sole agents for El Toro and Hernsheim cigars.

Related: This 1902 (or maybe 1903) Toomer’s Drugs beverage menu is too fancy for you.

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