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The Incredible Pulp
Insurrection Day
October 6, 1971
Independence Day
February 1, 1973

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The Independent Florida Alligator
1973-1983

CONTENTS
•MOVING PICTURES
•STORIES (LIST)
•PEOPLE (GAINESVILLIANS)
•INSIDE (FEATURES)
•OPINIONS
•SPORTS
•CLASSIFIEDS

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NEW STUDENT EDITION 1981
THE DAILY SCROLL

SCROLL #1 (THE DAILY SCROLL)
SCROLL #2 (SCHOOL SPIRIT)
SCROLL #3 (FOOLS IN LOVE)

SCROLL #4 (NIGHT LIFE)
SCROLL #5 (GATOR COUNTRY)
SCROLL #6 (GOING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS).
SCROLL (LOCAL NEWS)

REMEMBER THE ’70s (?)
•100 THINGS TO DO IN GAINESVILLE
•101 THINGS WE’LL MISS

SEX AND THE COLLEGE GIRL
Columnist Laura Kelly’s view of college life both pleased and pissed off her share of those attending the University of Florida.
•ROOMMATES (AFTER SCHOOL)
Virginia Copeland’s comic strip “University Avenue” followed the odd foursome who were assigned to each other, and together went about navigating UF life as dormitory roommates.

FOOTBALL ALMIGHTY
As it was, As it will Always be.

•CRIS COLLINSWORTH (Astronaut High School)

GATOR GROWL (HOMECOMING)
Higher
Education’s Oldest Tradition
“I’d like to fertilize her buds” (Gainesville Is Green)
“Eat Lead Gator Bait” (God Guns and Gators) B•O•B H•O•P•E
Robin Fisher, Robin Williams, and the FAMU band.

TOM PETTY (COMING HOME)
Gainesville’s favorite son, Tom Petty was well on his way to Rock N Roll fame and fortune in 1981, when he and his band (The Heartbreakers) were coming home to play a Growl Weekend show at the brand new O’Connell Center. Ten years before, Petty’s first band, Mudcrutch played the Second Annual Halloween Ball, a show that lives on in University of Florida legend and lore.
•MUDCRUTCH (1971) TOM PETTY INTERVIEW

HALLOWEEN BALL (ALL SAINTS & SINNERS)
The Inaugural & Ten Years After
LUNA(CY)
A NIGHT OF INSIDIOUS TEMPTATION
•WENDY O WILLIAMS (QUEEN OF THE BALL)
WITNESS TO WENDY (Halloween Testimonial: Opening for the Plasmatics.)
•FRANK ZAPPA (KISS HIS ASS ’79)
•TALKING HEADS (AT THE BANDSHELL)

THE MYSTERIOUS MURPHREE STONES
Mucozo, Ortiz, and the Indian Princess.

Carved into the stone arches and brick walls of UF’s oldest dormitory, Buchman Hall, is a North Florida story of Love and War, that was lived 500 years ago.

KILLER (IT’S ALL IN THE GAME)
Jayne Thompson and her associate set out to ASSASSINATE GREG TAYLOR, a transfer student from Alabama, FOR THE FUN OF IT.
•TAKING THE PLUNGE
What’s so funny about jumping out of an airplane.
•HOWARD APPLEDORF

The brutal and sadistic murder of Howard Appledorf, the popular “fast food” professor was tragic and sad. Mean-spirited and cruel were the rumors, speculation, and questions that came after.
•CONVENIENCE IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER “WHEN I SAW BLOOD DRIPPING OFF MY ELBOW, I THOUGHT HE HAD SHOT ME IN THE HEART.” So said Dan Eifert, the engineering student whose late shift job to help pay rent almost killed him.
•GOD GATORS & GUNS (Dave Futch)
“Eat Lead Gator Bait” Gator Growl Skit
University Parking Police, The Independent Florida Alligator, and especially:
B-O-B H-O-P-E “EAT LEAD GATOR BAIT!”
•K.K.K (In Lake City, they call themselves Christian.)
•WOMEN IN PRISON (Where Rights are Equal)
•DEATH PENALTY (Florida’s Final Solution?)

•OTTO’s GREEN ACRES (Kim Kulish)

•GAINESVILLE IS GREEN
Gainesville’s Claim To Fame (Laura Kelly)

“I’d like to fertilize her buds” (Sensi Dreams)

•MOVING PICTURES
•STORIES (LIST)
•PEOPLE (GAINESVILLIANS)
•INSIDE (FEATURES)
•OPINIONS
•SPORTS
•CLASSIFIEDS

1980
1981
1982

 

OPINIONS:
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
•JUST SAY NO (1980) Nancy & Ron by Don Wright
•IRAN — BOMBS AND HOSTAGES
“Rock The Casbah” (Oil Concerns)

•NO NUKES (Nuclear Rain in D.C.)
“Faggots Against Men Killing Men In War”

June 12, 1982 — Central Park (NYC) No Nukes Rally 800,000

•Z-MAN — Steve Zoellner (Homegrown Farmer)
The Science of Growing Weed.
Fifth Generation Afghanistan Seeds
Five acres on Lake Orange, near Cross Creek
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (Cross Creek Cumquat Marmalade)
Harriet Beecher Stowe (Tangerines in Palatka)

MUSIC:

Tom Petty (Mudcrutch)
The Allman Brothers Band (Purple & Green Mushroom Tea)
Sea Level (Chuck Leavell, The Tree Man)
The Outlaws (“Green Grass and High Tides”)
“If Bongs Were Outlawed, Only Outlaws Would Have Bongs”
“I’d like to fertilize her buds” (Gator Growl)
The Dixie Dregs

NEWS:
•NASA’s RETURN TO SPACE (Columbia)
•MARIEL BOAT LIFT (Kyle Kulish Kim Kulish Barbara Hansen)
•MIAMI BURNS (David Futch Albert Diaz)
•THE “O” DOME (Stephen C. O’Connell’s Inflatable Doll)
•FLORIDA FIELD (Artificial Intelligence)

POWER OF THE SUN (Solar Capital of The World)
•ABORTION (Criminal to Classifieds)
•E.R.A. (
“Ms. Liberty” Crucifixion)
University Ave.”Reagan”
•THE DRAFT (YES AND NO?)
•ALCOHOL (AGE? AND ALLOWANCE)

Gainesvillians
People
•ROBERT Q. MARSTON
•ALBERT A. MURPHREE
Murphree’s Opening Message (alt.)
— STEPHEN C. O’CONNELL
•HOWARD APPLEDORF
SCOTT CAMIL (The Gainesville 8)
— FATHER MICHAEL GANNON (Praying for Peace)

•HARRY CREWS (“Feast of Snakes”)
Florida Authors:
•JERRY UELSMANN (PhotoSurrealist)
Florida Photographers:
— FATHER MICHAEL GANNON (Anti-Vietnam Activist)
— SONNY TILLMAN (Sonny’s Barbeque)
— FRED BAER (Bow Hunter)

Daily Features (People)
DR. ROBERT CADE (GATORADE)
CHARLIE PELL (BEAR BRYANT) DADDY’S HOME
STEVE SPURRIER (Christian Warriors)
Danny Wuerffel Tim Tebow
 Emmitt Smith
•CRIS COLLINSWORTH (Astronaut High School)
— MR. 2-BITS
— ALBERT THE ALLIGATOR (MASCOT EVOLUTION)
SAVING ALBERT (Surgery) John Moran)

DISNEY SERIOUS
BACK TO THE CARTOON FUTURE
— SONNY TILLMAN (Sonny’s Barbeque)
— FRED BAER (Bow Hunter)

Richard Nixon
Gerald Ford
Jimmy Carter (victim of middle east circumstance)
Oil, Iran, Hostages, and Bombs (Wayne Plymel dies in Beirut)
Bob Graham (with Albert)
RFK Jr. (for Uncle Ted)
George Bush
Speakers — Jay Gould, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King, Joan Baez …

Places
President’s Mansion
THE BROWN HOUSE
St. Augustine’s Catholic Church
ALLIGATOR OFFICE
Old College Inn
Arcade — When Space Invaders Ruled The World.
Renaissance Fair — Ice Cream, Relaxation, and Sidewalk Massage
Hyde & Zeke’s — Music Education, Affordable Tunes, Artistic Covers, and liner notes with complete information and a communicative purpose.
All that for $1.
Leonardo’s
Burrito Brothers

Krispy Kreme
Cafe Gardens

Frisch’s Big Boy
Steak ‘n’ Shake
Skeeter’s
Sonny’s
Wilbert’s
Nell’s Take Out
Cinema Draft House
Oaks Mall

MOVING PICTURES (1978-1988)

UF Administration
Tigert Hall
Registration SS#?

Reitz Union (Little River Band on The Lawn)
University Gallery (Sally The Painter)
Florida Museum of Natural History (Bruce’s Shells)
Rathskeller (U2) 
The Hub (Textbooks and Zines)
Century Tower
University Auditorium
Plaza of The Americas
PREACHERS ON THE GREEN
Smather’s Library (East and West)
SQUEAL DAY (Kiki Bochi)
Rush Week

TEN YEARS AFTER (1983) TOM PETTY INTERVIEW
TWENTY YEARS AFTER (1993) TOM PETTY INTERVIEW 

MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THESE (“BEST OF” TOM PETTY)

Soundtrack of a Higher University of Florida Education.

MUSIC  #1.
MUSIC  #2.
MUSIC  #3.

NORTH FLORIDA SOUND
•THE POLICE
•BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
•PAT BENATAR
•FRANK ZAPPA (KISS OUR ASS ’79)
•TALKING HEADS
•MOVIES (Rocky Horror Picture Show)

 

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1912-2022

Vol.1 No.1
[1912]

The Incredible Pulp
How The Alligator won its Independence
September 9, 1979

Insurrection Day
A Matter of Abortion 
October 6, 1971

Independence Day
The day The Independent Florida Alligator lit Gainesville and The University of Florida on Journalistic fire.
February 1, 1973

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CONVENIENCE IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER
TAKING THE PLUNGE
 (the pleasures in jumping out of an airplane)
NAKED LAUNCH (Pretty as a “Florida” Picture)
DIAMOND TEETH MARY
 (Singing In The Devil’s Choir)

FLORIDA THEATER (John Moran)
Movies (1980) NOTES
MOVIES (ROCKY HORROR)
American Graffiti
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Fritz The Cat (Crumb)

American Pop
FM

The China Syndrome (Three Mile Island)
Animal House
Fame (Gator Growl Irene Cara w/ Bob Hope)
E.T. (Don Wright Shuttle)
Heavy Metal
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Halloween (movie at The Reitz Union)

STEVE SPURRIER
& His Christian Warriors
Danny Wuerffel
Tim Tebow
CHRIS COLLINSWORTH
MR. 2-BITS

DR. CADE (Gatorade)

A TUTOR’S PRIVILEGE  — Robin Fisher Johnny Gaffney Steak & Eggs Soft Serve Ice Cream and Fresh Fruit to Go. Gator Growl Charlie Pell “I’ve got something I want you to do for me Robin.” Impromptu speech to 80,000. 
BEAR BRYANT (Visitor)
YOGI BERRA (Visitor)

Speakers Jay Gould (University Auditorium, Talking About an Evolution, Gargoyles in the Rafters), Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Andrew Young, Coretta Scott King, Joan Baez …

Music
On Campus
Florida Field
Eagles, Jimmy Buffett, Linda Ronstadt

O’Connell Center
Tom Petty, Elvis Costello, The Cars, Al Di Meola, Tim Weisberg, Andy Kaufman,
Florida Gym
Pat Benatar, Frank Zappa
Lake Alice

Sea Level, Dixie Dregs, Steve Forbert (w/Martha and Meredith)
The Bandshell
Allman Brothers, Talking Heads, Weather Report (w/Jaco Pastorius), Peter Tosh (“Legalize It”), Eddie Money, Wendy O. Williams (Halloween Ball)
Reitz Union
Little River Band on the lawn
Halloween, Aliens at the Theater
The Rathskeller

U2
Downtown
Florida Theater
Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, Return to Forever (John Moran), Roy Buchanan, Spyro Gyra
Lillian’s Music Store
Rickenbacher’s (Boys today don’t know what it’s like to drive in a real man’s car / blue Stratocaster philips head screwdriver)
Main Street Lounge
Artificial Ingredients (Bob Block Joel Benjamin Daryl Pinsky Mike Brennan Patty Avick) Romantics
Hippodrome
Dub’s Lounge and Liquor (Outskirts of Town)

On The Road
Mayport Jazz Festival

Dizzy Gillespie Maynard Ferguson “Chamelon”
Suwannee Bluegrass Festival
Sunday Afternoon Jam At Kevin’s
Rolling Stones (Orlando Tangerine Bowl)
The Police (Disney World Tomorrowland)
Dire Straits (Vinny’s overnight in Jacksonville)
Bruce Spingsteen (Lakeland Civic Center)
Finding a ticket (Kevin Turley)

Rolling Stones

FLORIDA ROAD TRIPS
Orlando (Police at Disney World, Rolling Stones at Tangerine Bowl)
Jacksonville (Dire Straits. Vinny spends the night in jail)
Lakeland (Bruce Springsteen at the Lakeland Civic Center)
Payne’s Prarie
Ritualistic Dance, Ghoulish silhouettes around a Halloween bonfire. 
Micanopy (Doc Hollywood, and the crop they harvest there)
Steve Z’s five acres near Orange Lake, taken care of scientifically by Steve and his partner, both recent Botany graduates, UF School of Architecture.
Cross Creek (Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, Cumquate Marmalade)
Florida Natural History Museum
Warren Cavern
Lochloosa
Ocala National Forest
Silver Springs
Orlando (Police at Disney World)
St. Augustine
Crescent Beach (Interlachen Spud Hastings Palatka St Johns Flagler Beach)
Cedar Key (Rosewood)
Ichetucknee (Fort White/High Springs)
Mayport Jazz Festival
Suwannee River Bluegrass Festival
Daytona Beach (Spring Break)
Cape Canaveral (Inaugural Space Shuttle/Columbia/MTV)
Sebastian Inlet (Surf/Robert Sanchez)

West Palm Beach
Fort Lauderdale
Miami (Mariel/Riots)
Key West (Jeff Cardenas)
New Orleans (Jay Gayoso)
Washington D.C. (Tom Kennedy/Sandy Felsenthal)
Kansas …

“Summer In The City”
NO NUKES RALLY (800,000) CENTRAL PARK
1982 No Nukes
“Faggots Against Killing Men In War”
“Jews for Jesus” 

Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Bella Abzug …

Montreal (Ken Regan Camera 5, Pete Rose and Carl Yastrzemski, over-40 baseball All-Stars, Prime Rib and Brussel sprouts with Howard Cosell, Gainesville Green, Photo Lab, Iran v. Iraq, first pictures with Arnold Drapkin, delivered to three networks. Sunday stroll in the Bronx, Yankees v. Angels, Right Field Bleachers, $2, Puerto Ricans, boomboxes, Reggie Jackson #44 Stand Up between innings … Skating at The Roxy.
Steve Kahn @ Seventh Avenue South, Animation (Jon Anderson, David Sancious) @ Roseland Ballroom, King Crimson, Jean Luc Ponty and Loose Joints @ The Pier, David Sanborn, Hiram Bullock, Will Lee @ Lincoln Center
Ritchie Blackmore (Rainbow) @ Madison Square Garden
David Letterman (Late Night Bands), Jaco with Hiram Bullock, David Sanborn (Night Music), Will Lee, Steve Jordan

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Independence Day
February 1, 1973
The Florida Alligator vs. The University of Florida
The Alligator takes its rightful place in Gainesville society. Holding the university accountable for how it spent (or stole) our money, and agressively, entertainingly, and honestly “covered” the University of Florida, Alachua County, and all of Florida, especially the North.
Ron Sachs (Editor) Independece
Tom Julin (Editor) Sunshine Law

Carl Hiaasen (Writer/Columnist)
Tom Kennedy (Photographer)

David Finkel (Editor)
Ed Barber (General Manager)
Jean Chance (UF journalism professor)
Jon Roosenraad (UF “Ethics of Journalism”)

Stories
NOTES:
moving pictures (sally)
moving pictures (mucozo)
PICTURE STORIES
THE YEAR 1980
THE YEAR 1981
THE YEAR 1982

RANDOM [ 1.]
RANDOM [ 2.]

MUSIC [ 1.]
MUSIC [ 2.]
MUSIC [ 3.]
UP FRONT FOR TOM PETTY
NORTH FLORIDA (SOUND)
MOVIES (Rocky Horror Picture Show)

“Faggots Against Men Killing Men In War”

OPINIONS (LETTERS TO THE EDITOR)
NO NUKES
•NO NUKES (JUMP) LOST IN D.C.
CRYSTAL RIVER ACCIDENT
IRAN (TROUBLE WITH OIL)
POLITICALLY SPEAKING
OPINIONS (JUST SAY NO)
GAINESVILLE IS GREEN
NARCS AMONG US
DRINKING (AGE?)
MORE KETCHUP PLEASE
KKK
E.R.A.
TITLE IX
GOD, GUNS, & GATORS
WOMEN IN PRISON
DEATH PENALTY (THE FINAL SOLUTION?)
SHUTTLE
MIAMI BURNING

PEOPLE
PLACES
DRAGON ATTACK
BIKE ACCIDENT 
MINI MASSEUR
BEAR BRYANT
DAY TRIPPING (ON THE ROAD AGAIN)
UF 2000
DIVER ON FIRE (Swimming)
TEACHER’S PRAISE (BEAR BRYANT & CHARLIE PELL)
KANSAS (Pictures)
FIFTH AVENUE (5th AVE)
HOMECOMING 1980
ALLIGATOR OFFICE UNIVERSITY AVE
HALLOWEEN 1981 (Swimming Pool Q’s View)
THE NAKED TRUTH
BACKWOODS POLITICS (Ronald Reagan vs. Jimmy Carter)
What would southwest “Crackers” have to say about it.

HALLOWEEN BALL

“welcome”

Walking into The Independent Florida Alligator newsroom, a visitor sees a small “WELCOME” shrine, featuring portraits of two so-called “Hall of Fame” Alligator alum. In fifty years of “INDEPENDENCE,” The Alligator has produced many “Hall of Fame” journalists who helped The Alligator earn its reputation as one of the country’s finest student newspapers, but it does make good sense to showcase Tom Kennedy and Carl Hiaasen. Kennedy to represent excellence in Alligator photography, and Hiaasen, Alligator writing, editing, and journalistic ethic.

Writing columns for The Alligator was a piece of cake. We had Nixon in the White House, and each day provided a wonderful new atrocity.

It was a splendid opportunity for a columnist to learn the value of contempt. ridicule and satire. It also gave me a pile of newspaper clippings that continue to scare the hell out of editors years later.”

Carl Hiaasen
The Miami Herald (Columnist)
Tropic Magazine (Staff Writer)
and Novelist.

 

Working at The Alligator was a high point of my college years. The Alligator gave me a chance to hone skills being acquired initially in the classroom. It helped me to develop the discipline necessary to meet daily newspaper deadlines with a good product. I also learned valuable lessons about newsroom teamwork and my responsibilities to colleagues and subjects alike. While The Alligator experience gave me a chance to develop photographic techniques necessary for professional success, as importantly, it showed me photojournalism’s power to touch readers’ lives, Those lessons continue to serve me well today.”

Tom Kennedy
National Geographic (Director of Photography)
Washington Post (Multi-Media Managing Editor)
American Society of Media Photographers (Executive Director)

 

The Greeks Don’t Want No Freaks
Eagles
1979 The Long Run 
((( gainesville connection )))

alligator file

free at last

After severing all ties to the university, The Independent Florida Alligator staffs were filled with young, aggressive writers, photographers, and editors who set out to light Gainesville and The University of Florida on journalistic fire.
Ron Sachs (Editor) Independece
Tom Julin (Editor) Sunshine Law

Carl Hiaasen (Writer/Columnist)
Tom Kennedy (Photographer)

David Finkel (Editor)
Dennis Kneale (Editor)
Ed Barber (General Manager)
Jean Chance (UF journalism professor)
Jon Roosenraad (UF “Ethics of Journalism”)


AT HOME
THE BROWN HOUSE
ROOMMATES

Dave Shapiro
(Vacuum Cleaner Summer)
Bruce Nodine
(Curse of The Witches Well)
Bruce Chovnick
(Bruce Springsteen in Lakeland)
Alex Hamilton
(Pistol Behind the Bar)
Jim Mullin
(Eileen’s Brother)

UNIVERSITY AVE
by Virginia Copeland
“Roommates and Friends” (where did they fall?)

Martha
Meredith
Michelle

MUSIC (The Sound of Higher Education)
So many artists came to play in Gainesville …

TOM PETTY (COMING HOME)
Tom Petty, Gainesville’s Hometown Boy was Coming Home to celebrate the release of Damn The Torpedos album, and to say hello to his father Earl, who still lives in the same small house in Northeast Gainesville where he raised  Tom, and guided him on
the long journey, that took him from, lower middle-class North Florida, to Rock N Roll fame and fortune in Hollywood, California.

Mudcrutch (HOMECOMING) — Before the Heartbreakers, at a time when the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and The Outlaws were attracting national attention to Florida’s brand of Southern Rock, Tom Petty was still thought to be a local musician. His band, Mudcrutch, was making its name in small clubs, at beach parties, playing barbecues in the woods, next to a spring, or clear-running river, and any Saturday night on fraternity row.

TOM PETTY (INAUGURAL HALLOWEEN BALL)
TOM PETTY (Music Is Life)
TOM PETTY (Looking Back)
TOM PETTY (Memories Are Made Of These)

Johnny Hines
Bo Diddley
Tom Petty
Eagles w/Jimmy Buffett
Linda Ronstadt w/Livingston Taylor
Allman Brothers
Sea Level
Dixie Dregs
Steve Forbert
Pat Benatar
Frank Zappa
Talking Heads (w/Bernie Worrell)
Weather Report (w/Jaco Pastorius)
Peter Tosh (“Legalize It”)
Marshall Tucker Band (w/B.B.King)
The Cars
Elvis Costello
Al Di Meola (w/Tim Weisberg)
Romantics
Little River Band (Reitz Union Lawn)
Spyro Gyra
Roy Buchanan
Return to Forever
Muddy Waters

1980 — Music at The University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
“21st Century Schizoid Man” — visiting high school friend at his Cin City apartment (just behind convenience store), listening to his roommate’s King Crimson Court of the Crimson King album.
Johnny Hines
Bo Diddley
Muddy Waters
Return to Forever (John Moran)
Frank Zappa
Pat Benatar
Talking Heads
Eagles
Linda Ronstadt
Jimmy Buffett
Allman Brothers
Sea Level
Dixie Dregs
Cowboy
Fat Chance Band
Outlaws
Weather Report
Peter Tosh
Little River Band
The Cars
Elvis Costello
Andy Kaufman (Wrestling)
Al Di Meola
Tim Weisberg
Spyro Gyra
Wendy O. Williams
Eddie Money
U2 at The Rathskeller

FRED BAER (Bow Hunter)
The Fred Bear Museum originated in Grayling, Michigan in 1967. Eventually the museum’s collection represented the largest privately held collection of archery artifacts in the world. At first the museum remained behind in Grayling, but in 1985 it too was moved to Gainesville, where it found a home in the Bear Archery plant between Archer Road and Williston Road, just off of I-75. That museum closed in 2003, and the collections were sold to the Bass Pro Shops chain.

People
ROBERT Q. MARSTON
ALBERT A. MURPHREE
Murphree’s Opening Message (alt.)
STEPHEN C. O’CONNELL
HOWARD APPLEDORF
SCOTT CAMIL
FATHER MICHAEL GANNON

HARRY CREWS (“Feast of Snakes”)
Florida Authors:
JERRY UELSMANN (PhotoSurrealist)
Florida Photographers:
FATHER MICHAEL GANNON (Anti-Vietnam Activist)
SCOTT CAMIL (The Gainesville 8)
SONNY TILLMAN (Sonny’s Barbeque)
FRED BAER (Bow Hunter)

anonymous (or was it ?)

thursday
october 29, 1981
vol 75 no 48 

“Title”
Artist
1980 — Album
((( subtitle ))) Man vs. Woman

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