is part of one edition of the station's weekly program guide from
that we still had an easy listening-show called Dinner Date.
programs are highlighted with asterisks.
October 26, Ted Gest (later of US News & World Report)
hosted the Sunrise! morning popular-music show on a "day
of protest against the war in Vietnam," a demonstration against
a scheduled visit by U.S. Navy recruiters. As it turned out,
the recruiters were surrounded in their car near the Allen Art Museum
and trapped for a time.
that evening, among the hosts of classical music programs were Mike
Barone (later Michael Barone of Minnesota Public Radio) and Chris
Rouse (later Christopher Rouse, the composer).