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Toomer’s Corner obstacle course

Back in the 1930s and 1940s, the Auburn Plainsman would just feature these hilariously random renderings of Auburn lust. Regularly. Just cause.

The “Toomer’s Obstacle Course” comic from the January 30, 1946 issue is one of our favorites.

toomer's obstacle course
AU-oooga! AU-oooga!

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