Auburn University Wiring system to temporarily fill rolling tradition

Toomer's Corner to get triangular pole-and-wire system

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Posted: Thursday, March 21, 2013 12:06 pm | Updated: 9:41 pm, Wed May 29, 2013.

The Toomer’s Corner rolling tradition will continue this fall with a triangular wiring system, and students at Auburn have mixed feelings about the intermediate fix.

Three concrete poles would be placed near the white rock in the median on College Street and in the two landscaped islands in front of Toomer’s Drugstore and the Bank Vault on the opposite sides of the corner to replace the ailing Toomer’s Oaks, which are set to be removed April 23, days after the Tigers’ A-Day football game and the trees’ last rolling.

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