September 22, 1964: Gator Growl director Tom Kirby pleads with students to audition for Gator Growl, stating he only has half the talent needed to act in "the world's largest completely student-produced show."
September 26, 1977: Alligator reporter Terry Galvin is arrested and jailed in Kent, Ohio, while photographing the arrest of a demonstrator at Kent State University. More than 2,000 people gathered to rally at KSU in protest of construction near the site where four students were killed by National Guardsmen in 1970. Galvin is held on $2,500 bond.
September 24, 1985: UF receives $922,500 to remove cancer-causing asbestos from the architecture and psychology buildings, the Health Center, Fine Arts Building C and McCarty Hall.
September 22, 1997: UF beats the Tennessee Volunteers for the fifth-straight season. A record crowd of 85, 714 come out to watch the Gators' 33-20 victory.