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The rain poured at the UCLA game, hut it didn ' t dampen the spirits of these Dawgs fans. (LEFT. Photo by Bob Bolden.) Everyone kno ws that the true purpose of hav- ing a shaker is that the stick part is excellent for mixing Jack Daniels with coke. (BELOW. Photo bv Bob Bolden.) Checking the Coleseium doors for football lottery winning numbers could be a nerve- racking experience if you didn ' t win. (LEFT. Photo by Paul Detwiler.) The ignorance of Florida fans is exhibited by this man. who is begging Debbi Holmes for mercv before the game even began. (BELOW LEFT Photo by Bob Bolden.) Christine Sellers and Julie Kontos are ready to hit the road to Jacksonville for the annual Cocktail Party. (BELOW. Photo by Bob Bol- den.) %. ' .Si ' V.. INTRODUCTION 11
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ii H ow ' Bout Them Dawgs fj Georgia Bulldog fans from Ra- bun Gap to Tybec Light flocked to Athens on Satur- day afternoons during the fall. The reason, of course, was to see their beloved Dawgs whip up on SEC and other rivals such as Auburn. South Carolina, and Kentucky. These same fans followed the Dawgs to such in- hospitable places as Georgia Tech, Vandcrbilt. and Clemson (it really does smell like Number Two there.) The 1980 ' s are truly the Decade of the Dawgs. Since 1980. the Dawgs have posted an impressive 43-4-1 re- cord. They have won three SEC ti- Head Coach Vince Dooley has been inslru- monuil m banging Georgia Football to na- tional prominence. (BELOW. Photo by Paul Dotwiler.) Freshman Cahin Ruff is sure to help the Dawgs continue their winning ways in the years to come. (RIGHT. Photo by Greg Pe- ters.) tics, one national championship, and appeared in four consecutive major bowl games. The Dawgs have fin- ished the season ranked #1, #5, #4. and #4 during the four years of this decade, an impressive feat by any- one ' s standards. This year, the Dawgs treated us to an opening win over the UCLA Bru- ins, and they continued their win- ning ways until they met Auburn between the hedges. The Florida Gators had just choked once again against the Dawgs the week before, and the Dawgs were hungry for their fourth consecutive SEC title. They couldn ' t hold on, however, and Auburn left Athens with a win, and the SEC Crown. In the final game of the season, the Dawgs proved they could play against anybody, as they whipped previously unbeaten Texas in the Cotton Bowl. No matter who they play, the Dawgs play with pride and determination. They never give up, and that ' s why everyone loves them so much. Goooooooooo Dawgs! Sic ' Em! Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof. il 10, INTRODUCTION
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u GA Students Know How To Party During the course of the day, ihe average Georgia student spends the majority of it working hard at playing. A love of fun is something common to all UG A students. A few years ago. a poll came out listing the top 10 party schools in the country. The Univer- sity of Georgia failed to make the poll, because the pollsters said that students at UGA were professionals at partying, and were therefore not eligible for the poll. We would sure- ly have been number 1 if they had included us. The party atmosphere, however, Keith Duel. Kim Vill(es, Dan Duncan, and hkc Koser enjov a visit to the Iron Horse (RIGHT. Photo by Bob Balden.) These two coeds are have a long way to go to fini.^h their float, but somehow they always seem to get finished on time. (BELOW. Photo by Paul Detwiler.) is tempered by academic life. Most students put studies first, but when they are finished studying for the night, it is time to have a good time. Popular night spots in Athens in- clude O ' Malley ' s, Buckhead Beach, the Mad Hatter, and the 40 Watt Club. For the braver souls, there is the Night Owl Lounge, the Armadil- lo Palace, and Bourbon Street. For the really brave, a late night break- fast at Blanch ' s Open All Night Cafe always proved entertaining. Some of us whiled away the time mastering video games at such places as the Fusebox, Video-Rama, and the Tate Center game room. Homecoming week provided a veeks worth of activity — everyth- ing from building floats at 3:00 in the morning to setting a world record toast to the Dawgs. Football games were another outlet for students to show off their party skills. Students invented some very clever ways of sneaking liquor into the gate after officials started checking for it mid- way through the season. After a long day of classes, study- ing, or tests, UGA students could al- ways be found relaxing from the stress in their own way. 12INTROD UCTIUS
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