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Going Home
For Christmas
“Merry Christmas Baby” b/ Bruce Springsteen
((( 1980 )))

sandy felsenthal

Christmas break

Sometimes even Santa Claus needs a break from the seemingly endless demands of eager children with visions of what’s to come Christmas morning. Under the guise of a reindeer feeding time, this Kris Kringle takes a short, but well deserved, timeout this week at the Oaks Mall.

monday
january 26, 1981
vol 74 no 76

((( “Home Again” )))

dave hogerty

Hopefully Home for Christmas

Harry Resnick, 82, hitchhiking at the University Avenue onramp to I-75. He had started hitchhiking in Miami, and was hoping to make it to see his son in Baltimore before Christmas.
Inside
january 26, 1981
((( “Fantasy Girls” )))

“I’ll Be Home For Christmas”
Frank Sinatra
((( Finally )))

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alligator
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)

wednesday
february 16, 1982
vol 65 no 75

dave hogerty

Back In Black

Since its unveiling last November, the V-shaped memorial has inspired much criticism. Many took offense at the black wall sinking into the ground, while the other (All) American monuments stand virgin-white, and rise into the heavens.

But in the dead of a Washington winter, while the ivory towers disappear in the overcast sky, one monument has the strenth and presence to survive. The names carved into the mirror-like, black granite wall — the names of more than 57.000 Americans who died in Vietnam — break through the snowy White scene more noticed and more honored than any of the other monuments shivering on Constitution Avenue.

a.
alligator
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)

((( “Can’t Find My Way Home” )))

dave hogerty

Hopefully Home for Christmas

Harry Resnick, 82, hitchhiking at the University Avenue onramp to I-75. He had started hitchhiking in Miami, and was hoping to make it to see his son in Baltimore before Christmas.

dave hogerty