The Paper

 USA

 
Michigan State University student Michael Kindman started The Paper in late 1965. Dissatisfied with working for the mainstream State News, Kindman began a bold experiment in alternative campus journalism. The Paper gave early voice to the nascent anti-Vietnam War movement and was a beacon of counter-culture.
One of the five founding publications of the Underground Press Syndicate, The Paper brought together National Merit Scholars, Students for a Democratic Society, artists, active-duty soldiers and the University Christian Movement in “the first campus-based underground newspaper in American history.” (www.msupaper.org)

1966 November 17

Vol. 2 No. 8

 


 

The article "It's Hungry Freaks, Daddy" on pages 5 and 8 is on Timothy Leary, Zappa and/or Mothers are not mentioned.

Page 5 is full page ad on The Mothers' coming concert in December 9.

p 2 p 5 p 8

Source: Javier Marcote

 

1966 December 1

Vol. 2 No. 9

 


 

Page 7 is full page ad on The Mothers' coming concert in December 9.

p 2 p 7

Source: Javier Marcote

 

1966 December 8

Vol. 2 No. 10

 


 

Page 8 is full page ad on The Mothers' coming concert in December 9. (see also www.zappateers.com)

 p 2 p 5

Source: Javier Marcote

 

1967 January 9

Vol. 2 No. 11

 


 

Page 3, "God Country and The Mothers' Apple Pie", has some pictures from December 9 concert. (see also www.zappateers.com)

p 2 p 11

Source: Javier Marcote