From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for Feb. 13, 1972:
Movies showing this weekend in Lawrence included "Pocket Money" with Paul Newman and Lee Marvin; Clint Eastwood in "Dirty Harry," another Paul Newman movie called "Sometimes a Great Notion," and a picture titled "Guess What We Learned in School Today?" Advertisements proclaimed the quality of the "Hi-Lo" cheeseburger, available with French fries and a milkshake for 80 cents at Sandy's, 2120 W. Ninth. The Burger Hut at 1404 W. 23rd offered "Mini Monsters;" their ad also informed the public that their 100% ground beef was delivered fresh daily from "Harwood's Meats, RFD 5." The Dari-King at 6th and Florida was also open for hungry Lawrence residents. Comics running in the daily Journal-World on this date included Peanuts, Doonesbury, B.C., Beetle Bailey, Andy Capp, Nancy, David Crane, Mutt 'n Jeff, Dick Tracy, and The Better Half.