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Alabama Cattlemen’s Association ad in 1972 Auburn game program features models in dresses that label their bodies according to beef cut diagram

The Alabama Cattlemen’s Association will see your not-so-subliminal recruitment ad, Auburn ROTC, and raise you an ad that forces you to literally look at a young woman like a piece of meat.

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Good Lord…

Auburn coeds? Who can say… so many cow college jokes regardless. Wait, are they twins?!

UPDATE: We’re told then ACA’s Vice President Ham Wilson is that Ham Wilson whose name is on Auburn’s, you know, Ham Wilson Livestock Arena.

Related: Miss Auburn 1979 was a real cow.

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