Today In History Slideshow | 4-20-17

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Prof. Marshall W. Jennison of Massachusetts institute of technology, took this high-speed photograph of the spasm which sprays droplets from mouth and nose at "muscle" velocities of up to 150 feet per second. Most of the moisture drops quickly evaporate, leaving thousands of germ-laden particles in the air. Prof. Jennison is studying the relation of the sneeze to spread of respiratory diseases. Photo shows backlighting highlights the thousands of tiny droplets, April 20, 1940. (AP Photo)

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Barney Ewell, Penn State's great track star, has collected enough trophies to fill a case all by him self. Here he is with a few of his prizes on April 20, 1942 ib State College. Current claimant to the title of "Fastest Human," Ewell now holds the I.C.A.A. outdoors titles in the 100 and 220 yard dashes and broad jump, the I.C.A.A. indoors broard jump and the National A.A.U. 60 yard dash titles, and is National Collegiate outdoor 100 and 220 yard dash and National A.A.U. outdoors 100 meter champion. All told, he has won 14 outdoors and four indoor titles in three and one-half years of college and A.A.U. competition. (AP Photo)

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Peter O'Toole, center, the Irish actor who is to play the title role in the film "Lawrence of Arabia" squats on the dusty ground as he takes a glass of tea with a couple of Beduin farmers on April 20, 1961 in Amman, Jordan. O'Toole has spent several weeeks among the Jordanian Arabs learning their language, local customs and how to ride a camel. (AP Photo)

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General Douglas MacArthur sits serenely in his open car as he tours the streets of New York City, April 20, 1951, in a hero's ticker tape parade. A wild "welcome home" ovation was accorded MacArthur by an estimated 7,500,000 people. (AP Photo)

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A spectator where he once was Idol, the "King of Swat" attended the American League season opener at Yankee Stadium on April 20, 1937, with his wife Claire. The world champion New York Yankees played the Washington Senators. (AP Photo/John Rooney)

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A peace rally staged by students of City College of New York in Lewisohn Stadium on the college's campus, April 20, 1939, was one of a number of student demonstrations for peace conducted throughout the country. Daniel French, president of the intercollegiate council, stands on wall addressing the students. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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A Japanese crowd stands in front of the Da Vinci painting "Mona Lisa" at its first public viewing at the National Museum in Tokyo, April 20, 1974. The painting was loaned by the French government and will be on display until June 10. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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Golfer Lawson Little, 20-year-old Stanford freshman, is shown playing in the Northern California Golfers tournment, April 20, 1931. (AP Photo)

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Strikers and police clash in the street in Philadelphia, Penn., April 20, 1934. (AP Photo)

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A new technique of abdominal decompression which eases the labour of childbirth and is thought to improve the mental and physical balance of newborn babies has been developed by Prof. O. S. Heynes, head of the Gynaecological Department of the University of Witwatersrand's Medical School in the Transvaal, South Africa. A patient is shown in the decompression suit and operates the button controlling the reduction of air pressure inside the suit, April 20, 1962. (AP Photo)

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A hot dog vendor plies his wares amid a large crowd that turned out at Candlestick Park in San Francisco to watch the San Francisco Giants play their opening home game of the 1965 season against the Pittsburgh Pirates, April 20, 1965. This view was at the start of the first inning. (AP Photo)

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SWAT members run down Pierce Street while a Jefferson County, Colo., Sheriff's Department deputy peers through a fence to keep an eye on Columbine High School after a pair of gunmen went on a shooting rampage inside the facilty Tusday, April 20, 1999, in the southwest Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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Outside of one of the hutments, a woman sits dishevelled, while others in the background go for water in rusty tins in the Belsen Concentration Camp, Belsen, Germany, April 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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In this aerial photo taken in the Gulf of Mexico more than 50 miles southeast of Venice on Louisiana's tip, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is seen burning Wednesday, April 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this aerial photo taken in the Gulf of Mexico more than 50 miles southeast of Venice on Louisiana's tip, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is seen burning Wednesday, April 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this aerial photo taken in the Gulf of Mexico more than 50 miles southeast of Venice on Louisiana's tip, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is seen burning Wednesday, April 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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In this aerial photo taken in the Gulf of Mexico, more than 50 miles southeast of Venice on Louisiana's tip, the Deepwater Horizon oil rig is seen burning Wednesday, April 21, 2010. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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From left, Rachel Ruth, Rhianna Cheek and Mandi Annibel, all 16-year-old sophomores at Heritage High School in Littleton, Colo., console each other during a vigil service in Denver's Civic Center Park late Wednesday, April 21, 1999, to honor the victims of the shooting spree in Columbine High School in the southwest Denver suburb of Littleton on Tuesday, April 20, 1999. (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)

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FILE -- In an April 20, 1999 file photo Fran Allison, right, comforts her daughter Brooke after they were reunited after a shooting at Columbine High School in Denver on Tuesday, April, 20, 1999. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski/FILE)

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FILE -- In an April 20, 1999 file photo unidentified young women head to a library near Columbine High School where students and faculty members were evacuated after two gunmen went on a shooting rampage in the school in the southwest Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. (AP Photo/Kevin Higley/file)

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University of Miami's Ray Lewis is hugged by his grandmother Elease while speaking with his new team the Baltimore Ravens after being drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft Saturday April 20, 1996 in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Boan)

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Actor Tony Danza cuts a birthday cake at Planet Hollywood in Atlantic City, N.J., Saturday, April 20, 1996, to mark not only his birthday which is Sunday but also Atlantic City's Planet Hollywood which opened on the Boardwalk one year ago. Danza is also appearing on stage at Resorts International this week-end. (AP Photo/William Borrelli)

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French physicist Pierre Curie is shown in 1906. (AP Photo)

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John Wooden, newly announced head basketball coach at UCLA, is shown with his wife, Nell, at their home in Terre Haute, Ind., April 20, 1948. (AP Photo)

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The first members of the Soviet delegation arrive in Geneva, Switzerland on April 20, 1954 for the beginning of the Peace Conference on April 26. In Berlin, American officials had gone on board the aircraft to direct it via the Federal Republic to Geneva. They drew their hats in front of their faces, not because of the photographer but because of the strong wind. (AP Photo)

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) talks to the crowd of more than a thousand during a stop at the Oxford Valley mall in the Philadelphia suburb of Fairless Hills, April 20, 1980. Kennedy is seeking voter support in Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary election. (AP Photo/Gene Puskar)

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World heavyweight champion George Foreman waves to the crowd after being weighted in at 256 pounds on Thursday, April 20, 1995 in Las Vegas. Foreman will defend his IBF heavyweight championship on Saturday when he fights Germany?s heavyweight champion Axel Schultz who weighted in at 221 pounds. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon)

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U.S. President Bill Clinton pauses for a moment of silence for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing on the South Lawn of the White House during a State Arrival ceremony for Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso in Washington, Thursday, April 20, 1995. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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The downtown streets surrounding the Alfred Murrah Federal Building are swamped by emergency vehicles and personnel Thursday, April 20, 1995, after Wednesday's devastating car bomb blast in Oklahoma City. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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On the day following the deadly bomb explosion in Oklahoma City, Okla., the American flag flies alone and at half-staff in New York's Rockefeller Plaza, where flags of all nations are flown, on Thursday, April 20, 1995. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

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A Greyhound bus waits at a light outside the Greyhound Bus Terminal, April 20, 1993 in New York. Greyhound Lines, Inc. and its drivers tentatively agreed earlier to end a bitter, three-year strike against the nation’s only intercity bus company. Under terms of the agreement, no replacement workers will be fired and striking workers will be recalled as vacancies occur. (AP Photo/Ed Bailey)

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The Dalai Lama smiles in response to applause by the audience at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, Calif. on Wednesday, April 20, 1994. The spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists stressed human compassion as a solution to world problems to the crowd of at least 8,000 people. (AP Photo/Matt Sumner)

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English singer Elton John, left, and American musician Axle Rose performing at the Freddie Mercury Memorial Concert at Wembley Stadium in London, England on April 20, 1992. (AP Photo/Gillian Allen)

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Rock singers David Bowie and Annie Lennox perform a duet at Wembley Stadium in London, April 20, 1992, during a concert in memory of Freddie Mercury, who died last year of AIDS. At least 72,000 fans attended the concert. (AP Photo/Gillian Allen)

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British-born American actress Elizabeth Taylor speaks on stage at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert in London, England, United Kingdom on April 20, 1992 in which a galaxy of stars give their time to raise awareness of AIDS and pay their respects to the late lead singer of rock group Queen, who died of AIDS. (AP Photo/Gillian Allen)

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Argentine soccer ace Diego Armando Maradona, whose 15-month suspension from professional soccer was upheld Saturday is surrounded by fans in Buenos Aires on Friday, April 20, 1991 as he made hit debut in an amateur indoor soccer league. Maradonna was suspended from international play when he tested positive for cocaine use. (AP Photo/Eduardo Di Baia)

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Heavyweight challenger George Foreman is tended by veteran trainer Angelo Dundee, left, and former light-heavyweight champion Archie Moore in title fight against Evander Holyfield in Atlantic City on Friday, April 20, 1991. Foreman, 42, lost to Holyfield, 28, in a 12-round decision. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)

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The widow of the late Civil Rights Leader, Martin Luther King, Coretta Scott King, who is in Harare on a five day visit, called on the President, Robert Mugabe to congratulate him on his re-election in a Presidential poll April 20, 1990, before departing. (AP Photo/PW)

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Cuban President Fidel Castro presiding the 25th anniversary ceremony of his revolutionary army’s victory over the Bay of Pigs invasion by a brigade of Cuban exiles at the beach Giron, addressed his nation at night on April 20, 1986 from Havana’s Karl Marx theater in Havana, Cuba. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Reverend Joseph Lowery, right, escorts his wife Evelyn to a waiting limousine as marchers on the way to Washington D.C. complete a short walk at the start of their journey, Monday, April 20, 1982 in Tuskegee, AL. The journey was continued in vehicles from this point. (AP Photo)

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Cuban President Fidel Castro speaks in Havana’s Karl Marx Theatre on April 20, 1981 of Cuba’s victory in the Bay of Pigs invasion. In the background is a painting that shows Castro jumping from a tank at the battle site in 1961. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing races on the way to winning the Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing takes the checkered flag to win the Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing, center, races on the way to winning Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing poses with trophy on the podium after winning Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing, center, raises hands with second place finisher Brazilian Helio Castroneves of Team Penske, left, and third place finisher New Zealand's Scott Dixon of Target Chip Ganassi Racing trophy on the podium after winning Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Katsumi Kasahara)

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Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing shows off her trophy after winning the Indy Japan 300 auto racing at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo Sunday, April 20, 2008. The American became the first female winner in IndyCar history Sunday, taking the Indy Japan 300 after the top contenders were forced to pit for fuel in the final laps. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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American Danica Patrick of Andretti Green Racing celebrates after winning Bridgestone Indy Japan 300 mile auto race on the 1.5-mile oval track at Twin Ring Motegi in Motegi, northeast of Tokyo, Sunday, April 20, 2008. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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FILE - In this July 4, 1980 file photo, Jamaican Reggae singer Bob Marley performs at a reggae festival concert in Paris. "Marley," a documentary about Bob Marley, the charismatic icon of reggae music, directed by Kevin MacDonald, will be released worldwide on Friday, April 20, 2012, and was premiered in the singer's Caribbean homeland on Thursday. (AP Photo/file)

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Three Cuban refugees wash up before breakfast outside the hostel in San Jose on Saturday, April 20, 1980, where they have resided for four days after fleeing Cuba. They hope to come to the United States. (AP Photo/Cotera)

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A Cuban refugee is seen as he waits and ponders his future in one of the Costa Rican refugee centers set up to handle the 10,000 Cubans, April 20, 1980 in San Jose, who besieged the Peruvian Embassy in Havana 2 weeks ago. Juan Matos said that he was shot in the hand while inside the embassy last week. (AP Photo/Williams)

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Actor Omar Sharif, left, and James Coburn study a pool shot during a reception for the cast of the movie “The Baltimore Bullet” which is still in production in Los Angeles Thursday, April 20, 1979. The movie explores the world of the pool hustler. Coburn portrays a hustler who tries for a “big money” game with Sharif, a consummate gambler. (AP Photo/ George Brich)

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Cuban refugees pass the time talking as they sit on bunk beds in hostel in San Jose, Saturday, April 20, 1980 . This group refused to go with others on Friday night to Lima, Peru, in hopes that they will be able to go to the United States. (AP Photo/Cotera)

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Actor Ben Gazzara, left, and ?Today? show interviewer Gene Shalit share a laugh during Gazzara?s appearance on the New York set, Friday, April 20, 1979. (AP Photo/Frehm)

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Mayor Dianne Feinstein, left, presents a plaque to round-the-world bikers Tore Naerland, center, and Marit Voster, right during ceremonies at City Hall in San Francisco on Friday, April 20, 1979. Tore, a blind marathon cyclist, and his sighted companion, Marit, arrived from Tokyo this week and left on Friday on the bike. They hope to reach London on May 18. (AP Photo/Sal Veder)

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Hmong workers walk outside the gates of refugee camp at Nan, Thailand, April 20, 1979. Already, nearly 60,000 Hmong tribesmen have made the tortuous journey on foot out of Laos to northern Thailand. Like so many of the world's 10.5 million refugees, they look to the United States for their future. (AP Photo/Eddie Adams)

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Actress Jane Fonda gestures during her keynote speech to a group of lawyer?s wives in Beverly Hills, California on Wednesday, April 20, 1978. Fonda spoke about her success of melding her public and private lives and her love of acting with her commitment of political activism. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Former presidential adviser Henry Kissinger, right, chats with Donald Fraser, D-Minn., chairman of the house subcommittee on International Organizations investigating Korean-American relations, prior to the start of these hearings in Washington, Thursday, April 20, 1978. Kissinger testified later that he was told in 1972 that South Korea had allegedly bribed a congressman but said no received no other early warnings of alleged Korean influence buying. (AP Photo/Thumma)

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Dr. George Polya, 90, sits with copies of "How To Solve It" at his home in Stanford, Ca., April 20, 1978. His book of mathematical advice for students has sold 250,000 copies in 15 languages. The internationally known mathematician is back teaching at Stanford after first retiring at age 65 in 1953. (AP Photo)

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Pres. Jimmy Carter closes the book of notes on his energy proposals following an address before a Joint Session of Congress on Capitol Hill, Wednesday, April 20, 1977, Washington, D.C. Carter asked congress to approve a nation energy policy that raises prices and taxes for energy and automobiles to encourage conservation of vanishing resources. (AP Photo)

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Pres. Jimmy Carter, center, responds to applause in the House Chamber of the Capital just prior to beginning his energy proposals to a Joint Session of Congress, Wednesday, April 20, 1977, Washington, D.C. Vice Pres. Walter Mondale is at left, and House Speaker Thomas ONeill, right. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger displayed these expressions while attending the session of the Organization of American States in Atlanta, Georgia, April 20, 1974. He confers with OAS Secretary-General Galo Plaza Lasso, former president of Ecuador. (AP Photo)

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Harrison Shoyo, right, poses with his wife, Anna, holding their 2½-year-old grandson Kenneth Roberts, and daughter Levonne, left, April 20, 1972. The Shoyos belong to the Eastern Band of Shoshone people who live on the Wind River Reservation, Wyoming. In the background is their home, standing in the 20 acres of land they own near the foothills of the Rockies. (AP Photo/Bob Scott)

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Lunar Rover during Apollo 16 moon landing, April 1972. (AP Photo)

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With the New York Knickerbockers romping to victory, the Milwaukee Bucks Lew Alcindor, seated third from left, slumped into an unaccustomed position on the bench during the fourth quarter in New York on Monday, April 20, 1970. The Knicks were well in command at this point and Milwaukee’s substitutes were playing. New York won the Madison Square Garden contest, 132-96, and with it the long-sought after National Basketball Association’s Eastern Division title. (AP Photo)

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Cairo born, Italian singer and Miss Egypt of 1954, Dalida (Yolanda Christina Gigliotti) rides a camel, led by an unidentified dragoman, in front of the Cheops pyramid in Egypt, April 20, 1959. (AP Photo/Carlostello)

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Apollo 13 commander James Lovell Jr., acknowledges greeting from a friend as he holds his son, Jeff Lovell, 4, after arriving back, Sunday, April 20, 1970, Houston, Texas. In background at right is Dr. Robert R. Gilruth, Director of the Manned Spacecraft Center. (AP Photo)

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Lauren Bacall happily holds the Tony award she won in New York for best actress in a musical comedy, April 20, 1970. The star of the Broadway hit "Applause" stands with actor Walter Matthau. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Mrs. Patricia Haverland, 38, of Charleston relaxes in her well-appointed “coffin”, starting an attempt to break the reported record of 73 days underground in a box in Charleston, West Virginia on April 20, 1968. Mrs. Haverland, a mother of three children, is attempting the feat to show women can set records too. Her coffin is 7 feet long, 3 feet wide and 3 feet deep and has a telephone set. (AP Photo)

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Actor Tony Curtis, 41, poses with his bride, model Leslie Allen, 23, at Curtis' Los Angeles April 20, 1968. The couple was married in Las Vegas, Nev., when their California marriage license was cancelled by a Superior Court judge. Curtis previously was married to actress Janet Leigh and more to German actress Christine Kaufman. (AP Photo/Harold Filan

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They concern cartoonist Bob Kane, creator of ?Batman? shown April 20, 1968, who takes caricatures of leading GOP and Demo presidential hopefuls ? then winds up doing a composite of his idea of what the next presidential competitors might be. GOP composite: Reagan?s hair, Nixon?s nose and eyes and Rocky?s mouth and chin Demo composite; Humphrey?s forehead; McCarthy nose and eyes, and Kennedy mouth and chin. (AP Photo)

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Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother fishes for trout at the outlet of the Clutha River at Lake Wanaka, central Otago, New Zealand on April 20, 1966. She caught nothing. (AP Photo)

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Police carry a demonstrator away from a White House grounds gate on April 20, 1965. He, and other young people protesting United States policy in Viet Nam were hauled off in patrol wagons when they refused to move after dropping to the sidewalk. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Devotees of Golf in Japan find this three-tired driving range to their liking. The unique range is located in the heart of midtown Tokyo on the grounds of a Buddhist temple on April 20, 1963. Each Platform has 50 stations. Golf is considered the fastest growing apart in Japan. (AP Photo)

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President John F. Kennedy during Boston College Centennial observances in Newton, Massachusetts on April 20, 1963. (AP Photo)

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British songstress Dorothy Squire and her husband, Roger Moore, arrive at London Airport, United Kingdom on April 20, 1961 from the United States. Moore has been working with the “Maverick” series but has now retired from his role. (AP Photo)

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A group of anti-Castro Cubans carrying homemade placards marches in front of the White House in Washington on April 20, 1961. About 60 Cubans who live in the Washington area took part in the demonstration. (AP Photo/Byron Rollins)

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The sound of music in his head, Richard Rodgers works on a new composition while his wife does needlepoint in their New York apartment on April 20, 1961. His long partnership with lyricist Oscar Hammerstein II ended by death, Rodgers will collaborate with Alan Jay Lerner on a new Broadway musical. (AP Photo/RG)

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Singer Elvis Presley smiles during a press conference inside his private railroad car at Los Angeles Union Station, California, United States as he arrived on April 20, 1960 to make a movie. (AP Photo/HPM)

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Sir Winston Churchill as he addresses his conservative constituents at Woodford, Essex, England on April 20, 1959. It was the 84-year-old statesman’s first public address for nearly two years. (AP Photo/Lawrence Harris)

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Singer Elvis Presley gestures during a press conference, showing his huge rings and large lace cuffs, inside his private railroad car at Los Angeles Union Station, California, United States as he arrived on April 20, 1960 to make a movie. (AP Photo/HPM)

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Price review, 8-year-old racehorse, leans out of his stall at Royal Veterinary College field station near Hatfield, England on April 20, 1959, to greet England's Queen Elizabeth II. The queen visited the new field station and declared it officially open. (AP Photo)

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This is the receiving area at Panmunjom, Korea on April 20, 1953, where United Nations POWs are being released by the Communists. At left the Communist ambulances unload the UN soldiers and at right, the American ambulances which take them on to Freedom Village, near Munsan. (AP Photo/GS)

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FOR USE AS DESIRED FOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF FENWAY PARK - FILE - This April 17, 1956, file photo shows Fenway Park as the Boston Red Sox played the Baltimore Orioles in the American League opener in Boston. The Red Sox will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fenway's opening on April 20, 1912, when they host the New York Yankees. (AP Photo, File)

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Soldiers of the14th U.S. Engineer combat battalion get to work on site where sick and wounded prisoners of war will be exchanged at Panmunjom on April 20, 1953. In Background are conference Tents which house U.N. and communist negotiators. At right is a helicopter of type which may be pressed into use in the prisoner transfer. (AP Photo/George Sweers )

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U.N. and Red officials check U.N. prisoners of war as they climb out of ambulance at Panmunjom, April 20, 1953. Prisoners moved into medical tents at right where they were quickly checked and then sent on. (AP Photo/Gene Smith)

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Sen. Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis.) shown speaking after Senate Armed Services subcommittee hearing on Malmedy massacre trials in Washington on April 20, 1949. Outside the hearing McCarthy told reporters the subcommittee appears to be more concerned with a “whitewash” of the Army than with getting the facts about the trials. (AP Photo/Herbert K. White)

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A Jewish Immigrant from Belgrade, Yugoslavia, operates this small store on the main square in Yehudia Village near Lydda in Israel a former Arab Village which now houses four thousand newly arrived Immigrants, April 20,1949. (AP Photo)

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FOR USE AS DESIRED FOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF FENWAY PARK - FILE - In this July 9, 1946, file photo, a capacity crowd watches the annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game game at Fenway Park on Boston. The Red Sox will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fenway's opening on April 20, 1912, when they host the New York Yankees. (AP Photo, File)

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Christian Dior arrives in New York on the Queen Mary on April 20, 1948. (AP Photo)

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Honus Wagner, one of baseball’s all-time great shortstops and now a Pittsburgh coach, shows Bing Crosby, one of Pirates owners, proper stance for infielder, but it seems “Der Bingle” can’t quite equal the natural spread of the famous “Flaying Dutchman” in Pittsburgh on April 20, 1948. It happened before Pirate-Chicago opener. (AP Photo)

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When the Ninth U.S. Army took a German experimental station at Hillersleben on April 20, 1945, several new weapons were found there including huge tanks and a new 170mm gun. Comparison with the size of Corporal George Beckwith, gives an idea of the dimensions of the new 170mm gun, the barrel of which is 30ft long. (AP Photo)

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Sgt. Emile Manara, Jr., of 157 Wall St., Inwood, L.I., N.Y., holds one of two six-months-old leopard cubs which he has adopted at a Super fortress base in India, April 20, 1945. A mess sergeant, Manara reports that complaints are a minimum since he added the leopard cubs his mess hall staff. (AP Photo)

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At the close of a busy day the presidents and first ladies of the United States and Mexico, enjoy their dinner in Monterrey, Mexico on April 20, 1943. Left to right: Mrs. Soledad Avila Camacho, wife of the Mexican president; President Franklin D. Roosevelt, President Manuel Avila Camacho, and Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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Betty Shumway struggles out of an attic corner with an old floor lamp from which copper wire and iron can be salvaged for the war effort in Evanston, Illinois, April 20, 1942. (AP Photo/JC)

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There are a number of Royal Air Force hospitals in various parts of Great Britain some attached to stations, others larger at bases and commands. All are equipped, as this picture shows, with the most modern apparatus that medical science can provide. Surgical operation in full swing at a R.A.F. hospital, somewhere in England, on April 20, 1942. (AP Photo)

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Lights go out on Penn and Liberty Avenues and Water Street as Jones and Laughlin's south side plant lights up the city, April 20, 1941. (AP Photo/Bill Allen)

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The rebirth of Spain and her imperialistic ambitions were mentioned by General Franco when he addressed great crowds in Seville after his victory march there, when all units which had taken part in the civil war on his side marched through the city. British authorities in Gibraltar had a similar idea and the defences of the rock had been prepared. General Franco addressing the crowds from a balcony at Seville, on April 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Queen’s Square in the centre of Wolverhampton, on April 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Gas masks of various types to suit adults, children and babies have now been issued to families in Germany. Those for children closely resembled the bag type of masks, with air supplied by bellows, which were tried out for babies and young children in this country. A German family wearing the different types of gas masks issued to them, in Berlin, on April 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Jewish persecution is rampant in the "free" city of Danzig which is now nominally under Nazi control, April 20, 1939. Shops with Jewish owners have been forced to close, and, with their shutters up and graffiti-ed with writings proclaiming the owners' ethnicity and adding other anti-Jewish epithets. They present a dismal sight but one typical of cities under Nazi domination. (AP Photo)

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German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, leader of the German people, was 50. Most spectacular point of a day of rejoicing was the great military parade the biggest ever known in the city even during the pre-war days of the Kaiser. No less than 45,000 men goosestepped past him, with every type of unit of the German Army. Hitler standing in the door of the Reichs Chancellory with the children who were the first to congratulate him on his birthday in Berlin, on April 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Sailor helping William Brown, Australian test cricketer, to put on his coat on his arrival with his colleagues in the liner S.S. Orontes at Southampton, on April 20, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Mahatma Gandhi, who presided over the convocation of the All India Hindi Sahitya Sammelan, Madras session, entering the conference pandal with other leaders, on April 20, 1937, at Madras, India. Gandhi is third from left in front row. (AP Photo)

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Entertainer Michael Jackson performs "Dangerous" during a taping of the American Bandstand's 50th anniversary show Saturday, April 20, 2002, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)

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First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles while speaking about health care reform before the Communication Workers of America, April 20, 1994, in Washington. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

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A close-up of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as she left the Royal Chapel in Windsor Great Park where they attended morning prayer on Sunday, April 20, 1986. The Queen celebrates her 60th birthday on Monday. (AP Photo/Rota)

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File - (AP) Washington. President Ronald Reagan speaks during an improvised press conference in the Rose Garden, Tuesday, April 20, 1982, about the dispute between Great Britain and Argentina over the Falkland Islands. (AP-Photo) 20.4.1982

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Singer Lena Horne is shown at rehearsal for her upcoming Broadway show, "Lena Horne: The Lady and Her Music," in New York City, April 20, 1981. (AP Photo/Rene Perez)

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Cuban refugees wait aboard a boat at the port of Mariel, Cuba, bound for Key West, Fla., Saturday, April 23, 1980. Cuban President Fidel Castro has agreed to let the Cubans leave the Communist island to start a new life in the United States. (AP Photo/Jacques Langevin)

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W. Mark Felt, a former Associate Director of the FBI waves at the door of U.S. District Court in Washington, Thursday, April 20, 1978 before entering to be arraigned on a grand jury charge of one count of conspiring to violate citizen rights. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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Actress-singer Shirley MacLaine rehearses in the role of Irma La Douce prior to the opening of her own musical production at New York?s Palace Theater, Monday, April 20, 1976. Miss MacLaine?s show is scheduled for a two-week run in Manhattan. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Milton R. Larson, right, county attorney of Lincoln, County Nebraska, leaves the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. with John Murphy, his deputy, April 20, 1976. Larson argued before the high court that restricting news coverage of pending criminal trials is needed to protect the rights of defendants. (AP Photo/Harvey Georges)

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The National Zoo's giant pandas, Ling-Ling and Hsing-Hsing play in their yard in Washington, April 20, 1974. The pandas have been kept apart until now to allow Ling-Ling, the male, to grow larger, avoiding the possibility of Hsing-Hsing becoming the dominant mate. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Mrs. Richard Nixon welcomes China's giant pandas on April 20, 1972 at Washington's National Zoo. With her is Ting-Hung, head of the Bureau of Public Service of the City of Peking, who accompanied the animals to Washington. In the airconditioned Panda House is Hsing-Hsing, the 74-pound male. The pandas were gifts from the people of China, in exchange for a pair of Musk Oxen. (AP Photo)

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South Vietnamese soldiers watch as smoke rises from an air strike April 20, 1972 against a North Vietnamese unit on route 13, about 60 miles North of Saigon. (AP Photo)

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Democratic National Committee office in the luxurious Watergate complex in Washington, shown April 20, 1973. (AP Photo)

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A young woman holds a sign demanding a woman's right to abortion at a demonstration to protest the closing of a Madison abortion clinic in Madison, Wis., April 20, 1971. The Midwest Medical Center was closed after authorities said more than 900 abortions had been performed at the facility in violation of the state's abortion laws. The protest is held at the Dade County building. (AP Photo)

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Dave DeBusschere (22) pours beer over Walt Frazier after the New York Knickers Bocker players beat the Milwaukee Ducks 132-96 in Madison Square Garden April 20,1970 putting them into the NBA Championship playoffs. Others are, Bill Bradley, center, and Cazzie Russel right. (AP Photo)

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Earth Day is celebrated on Fifth Avenue in New York City on April 20, 1970. (AP Photo)

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Patricia Krenwinkel, a defendant in the Sharon Tate murder case, left, comes down a flight of stairs at the Los Angeles Hall of Justice en route to court to seek a change of venue, March 24, 1970, Los Angeles, Calif. She and other defendants, including hippie leader Charles Manson, currently are scheduled to be tried beginning April 20. The other women are unidentified. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)

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Heavily armed African American students leave Straight Hall at Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., on April 20, 1969. The students had barricaded themselves in the building led by Ed Whitfield, far right, demanding a degree-granting African American Studies program. After a 36 hour sit-in, university administrators offered to drop some charges against the students and accelerate the opening of an African-American Studies center. (AP Photo/Steve Starr)

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Police charge as petrol bomb explodes. Northern Ireland police make a baton charge in Waterloo Place, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, April 20, 1969, as a petrol bomb explodes in the street. Violent clashes between police and civil rights demonstrators broke out in Londonderry Bogside district on April 19,1969 (AP-Photo) 20.4.1969

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Cigar-smoking Mia Farrow, wife of American singer Frank Sinatra, is shown in her hotel room in Berlin, during a news conference, April 20, 1967. She will star in the movie "A Dandy in Aspic." (AP Photo/Edwin Reichert)

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Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, in background, testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the conduct of the Viet Nam War, April 20, 1966. In foreground are Sen. William Fulbright (D-Ark.), left, committee chairman, and Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper (R-Iowa). (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

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President John Kennedy, speaking before the American Society of Newspaper Editors, said on April 20, 1961 in Washington, that the United States “will not hesitate” to act on its own against Communists in Cuba if necessary to protect this country’s security. He said that if the time comes when the U.S. has to act against a Communist Cuba “we do not intend to be lectured on ‘intervention’ by those whose character was stamped for all time on the bloody streets of Budapest.” (AP Photo)

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Mrs. Gladstone Williams explains table setting to her students in Washington D.C. on April 20, 1965 by use of a chart. (AP Photo/Harvey Georges)

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Actor Sean Connery is flanked by "Bond Girls," while on the set of the latest James Bond 007 thriller "Goldfinger," at Pinewood Studios, near Iver Heath, April 20, 1964. Standing immediately next to him on the right is Shirley Easton, who plays the character Jill Masterson, others are unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Mrs. Harry A. Hertel, youth adviser to a group at the First Parish Church in Fitchburg, Mass., assists Timothy Hertel and Priscilla Dupuis as they write letters to patients at Gardner State Hospital, April 20, 1962. They and many others are taking part in a program sponsored by the North Central Massachusetts Mental Health Association devoted to cheering up and rehabilitating mental patients at the hospital. (AP Photo)

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., right, and his close associate, Rev. Ralph Abernathy, are released after 8 days from a jail in Birmingham, Ala., on April 20, 1963. (AP Photo)

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Maurice Richard (left) and Jean Beliveau, of the Montreal Canadiens smile happily in the dressing room with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Boston Bruins 5-3 at the Boston Garden on April 20, 1958 to win the National Hockey League Championship. (AP Photo)

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Princess Margaret on reviewing stand at Piarco Airport in Trinidad with Major Dunston F. Robinson and Sir Edward Beetham, Gov. of Trinidad and Tobago in rear, as they review his Jamaica Regiment, their honor guard for day on April 20, 1958. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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John J. Kelley of Groton, Conn., first American winner of the Boston Marathon in over a decade, gets a kiss from his wife Jacintha seconds after he crossed the finish line in a time of 2:20:05, April 20, 1957, in Boston. Trainer John Semple waits with a sponge. (AP Photo)

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Ernest Hemingway, writer and Nobel Prize winner, is shown with a welcoming committee of Panagra hostesses on his arrival at Talara, Peru on April 20, 1956, aboard Pan American-Grace Airways DC-7B “El Inter Americano”. Hemingway will stay at Cabo Blanco, world famous deep sea fishing resort where he will supervise the location crew in filming fishing scenes for “The Old Man and The Sea.” Cabo Blanco was chosen for the scenes after desperate attempts were made to land a sizeable Marlin off the coast of Cuba. 1000 pound Marlins are not an unusual size at Cabo Blanco. (AP Photo)

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Designer Oleg Cassini stands with actress Grace Kelly at the world premiere of "Strategic Air Comand" in New York, in this April 20, 1955, file photo. Cassini, the designer who created Jacqueline Kennedy's graceful, elegant look, died Friday, March 17, 2006, in a Long Island, N.Y., hospital, said his wife, Marianne. She said her husband was hospitalized after complaining of a headache last Saturday, but that he did not have a stroke. He was 92. (AP Photo)

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Charles E. Wilson, USA Defense Secretary, announced in Washington on April 21, that the USA Air force has undertaken to fly certain French Union personnel to Indochina, where the situation at Lien Bien Phu is deteriorating. He said that the planes would land at bases well outside the combat zone and would then return to their regular stations. French parachute troops bound for Indochina passed through Orly Airfield, Paris on April 20, 1954 on board USA globe master planes. (AP Photo)

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Sgt. 1/c Heren Cabacar, Manila, P.I. (left) cuts the hair of Master Sgt. Robert Shaw of Vancouver, Wash. watching is Pfc. Edward Gaither, 245 E. Vildey Street, Philadelphia, Pa. on April 20, 1953. This picture was made by Frank Noel, Associated Press Photographer and himself a prisoner, in communist prisoner of war camp No. 1 at Changsong on the Korean side of the Yalu River. (AP Photo/Frank Noel )

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A blizzard of ticker tape and confetti virtually blots out the scene on lower Broadway as New Yorkers go all to welcome Gen. Douglas MacArthur in New York, April 20, 1951. The General, sitting on the back of the car, lower left, waves to the cheering throngs that jammed the sidewalks. (AP Photo/Murray Becker)

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A UN exchange prisoner is strapped into the basket of a ski-equipped helicopter and flown from Panmunjom following his exchange on April 20, 1952. Exchanged prisoners were hurried by helicopter and ambulance to UN headquarters at Munsan on First leg of trip home. (AP Photo/GS)

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Members of England's Royal Family stand in the garden of William Shakespeare's birthplace at Stratford-on-Avon, Warwickshire, England, during their visit to the town on April 20, 1950. The visit marked the first paid to the town by a reigning British king more than 300 years. Left to right: Mayor B.S. Cooper, unidentified man, Queen Elizabeth, King George VI, Princess Margaret, and unidentified man. (AP Photo)

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With the building of New York Public Library in the background, New Yorkers enjoy a walk along Fifth Avenue, on April 20, 1950. (AP Photo/Bob Kradin)

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Persons claiming to be members of the Musicians and Theater Chapters of the American Veterans Committee picket the entrance to Carnegie Hall in New York City on April 20, 1947, where Kirsten Flagstad, famous Norwegian Wagnerian soprano, gave her first post-war concert in New York. (AP Photo/Jim Wells)

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The Potato Race is underway as the contestants, employees of the Imperial household, race toward the finish line in Tokyo, Japan on April 20, 1947. Besides wearing bags to slow them, they are required to run backwards. This is an event of an annual field day on the palace grounds. (AP Photo)

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FOR USE AS DESIRED FOR THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF FENWAY PARK - FILE - In this April 14, 1946 file photo, fans in Fenway Park's centerfield bleachers watch the Boston Red Sox play the Boston Braves during intra-city series in Boston. The Red Sox defeated the Braves, 19-5. The Red Sox will celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fenway's opening on April 20, 1912, when they host the New York Yankees. (AP Photo, File)

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A camel driver tends his camels as they rest in the southern market place, Tehran, Iran April 20, 1946. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)

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Three survivors of the famous Iwo Jima flag raising on Mt. Suribachi attend a Washington Nationals-New York Yankees game in Wash. DC, April 20, 1945. From left to right: House Speaker Sam Rayburn, D-Tex; pharmacist's mate 2nd Class John H. Bradley of Wisconsin; Pfc. Rene A. Gagnon of New Hampshire; Nat's owner Clark Griffith, holding new 7th War Loan poster; and Pfc. Ira Hayes of Arizona. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)

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Standing along a roadside, British and American soldiers watch a long line of German captives on their march to a prisoners of war enclosure, at an unknown location, on April 20, 1945, in the final days of World War II. (AP Photo)

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Army transport was brought into use to assist hundreds of workers to reach their offices in the city of London, on April 20, 1944, after about 1,300 trolley-bus and petrol bus drivers and conductors came out on strike in protest against the summer schedules causing thousands of people to be caught without means of conveyance. A London Transport inspector assists a woman and her baby into an army lorry which is replacing the No. 6 bus to and from to Hackney and Leyton. (AP Photo)

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Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, left, exchanges greetings with Mrs. Soledad Camacho, wife of Mexico’s president, on arrival in Monterrey, Mexico on April 20, 1943. President Manuel Avila Camacho is on Mrs. Roosevelt’s left. President Franklin D. Roosevelt is on right. (AP Photo/George R. Skadding)

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The New York Yankees and the Athletics game today, April 20, 1942, was postponed so Joe DiMaggio got together with Connie Mack to discuss the finer points of holding a bat. (AP Photo/str)

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President Roosevelt reviews smart looking troops of the Mexican Army from the Palace of the Governor of the State of Nuevo Leon, on his visit to Monterrey, Mexico, April 20, 1943. Roosevelt has Mrs. Avila Camacho and the Mexican President on his right and left, with Mrs. Roosevelt on right of platform. A big picture of Roosevelt is hung on left: an American flag mange behind him. (AP Photo)

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Outfielder for the Boston Red Sox Ted Williams poses at Yankee Stadium in New York City on May 23, 1941. He was born Theodore Samuel Williams in San Diego, Ca. on Aug. 30, 1918. He played with the Boston Red Sox for 19 seasons, 1939-1942 and 1946-1960, retiring at age 42. He served in World War II and the Korean War. During his major league career, Williams was named American League Most Valuable Player twice, achieved two AL Triple Crowns, won six AL batting championships, and is considered one ofthe greatest hitters with 521 homeruns and a lifetime average of .344. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1966. (AP Photo)

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Ted Williams, ace Red Sox Rookie who thus far is having sensational year. To date he has batted in 47 runs, and is led only by Hank Greenberg of Detroit on June 15, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Actress Merle Oberon, left, John Jacob Astor, center and tennis star Frank Shields, right, are shown at the Havana-Madrid nightclub in New York, April 20, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Associated Press president, Frank B. Noyes, center, and satirist H.L. Mencken are shown, April 20, 1936. Man at left is unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Gov. Eugene Talmadge of Georgia is seen trying his hand at planting cotton at his farm in Forsyth, Ga., April 20, 1935. He is a critic of the Cotton Processing Tax and has called Pres. Franklin Roosevelt an "extreme radical." (AP Photo)

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The Senate ways of Rose McConnell Long, left, aren't a bit like those of her late husband, Huey P. Long, whose unexpired term she is filling. The Louisiana "Kingfish" wandered in and out of the senate chamber as he pleased, talked at length and often in biting terms. His widow arrives, stays late, says little. Rose McConnell Long walks to work with Senator Hattie Caraway, right, in Washington, April 20, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Birthday greetings were extended to Reichsfuhrer Adolf Hitler, April 20, 1935, in Berlin by means of more parades and more idolatry. The Nazi leader is shown acknowledging salutes from the window of the Chancellory. (AP Photo)

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Harold Lloyd, film comedian was surprised with a birthday party on April 20, 1934 when nearly 100 of his friends, Hollywood celebrities, descended upon his Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion for a night of celebration. The party was planned as a “Greenwich Village” affair and guests came in costumes. The comedian and his wife, the former Mildred Davis, are shown during the festivities. (AP Photo)

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German Minister of Propaganda Minister Dr. Joseph Goebbels, second left,walks with Prince August Wilhelm, centre, as they leave the Berlin Dome in Berlin on April 20, 1933, after the divine service to celebrate Adolf Hitler's birthday. (AP Photo)

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New York Yankees pitcher Vernon Gomez and Athletics pitcher Robert "Lefty" Grove, shake hands at Yankee Stadium April 20, 1932, a short time before they opened the New York season for the two teams.(AP Photo)

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Adolf Hitler in Fascist uniform shown around 1930. (AP Photo)

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This is a March 1921 photo of Madame Marie Sklodowska-Curie, discoverer of radium in Paris, France. (AP Photo)

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