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Risqué Plainsman ads for Plainsman ads from the 1970s

In the 70s (not to be confused with the 7-Ds), The Plainsman had this thing for frontpaging photos of presumably nude girls covering themselves with props.

They were also always trying to entice advertisers with their own enticing advertising.

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So this ad with a naked girl in a barrel that ran exactly 40 years ago today (the same day this guy showed up, by the way) was bound to happen to sooner or later.

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Related: ‘Naked’ Auburn girls holding giant cardboard hearts—a Plainsman Valentine’s tradition!

Check out in our growing Loveliest of the Plains archives here.

Related: The girl who was in charge of the 1962 Beat Bama pep rally (more like Bust Bama).

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