Today In History Sideshow | Mar. 20

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Elston Howard, catcher for the New York Yankees, poses March 20, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Gen. Erich Ludendorff, on trial for treason in the beer putsch of last fall in Bavaria, arrives with his lawyer, Herr Walter Luetgebrune, at the old military academy in Munich, March 20, 1924. (AP Photo)

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Action during the Bristol Cup Race for motorcycles with sidecars, showing F.R. Blackpeel cornering, March 20, 1928. Note passenger's face is almost touching the ground. (AP Photo)

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Rubble along a roadside in the village of Koutrafas, Cyprus, pictured March 20, 1964, after attacks by Greek Cypriots. (AP Photo)

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Strictly for the birds is American movie director John Huston's attention as he plays with the pigeons in Saint Mark's Square in Venice, March 20, 1957. He was on his way to Misurina to direct scenes for "A Farewell to Arms" in the new film version being made from Ernest Hemingway's novel. (AP Photo/Fedele Toscani)

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Photo shows helicopters bringing in supplies, ammo. weapons and mail to firebase ëBunker Hillí and a Chinook helicopter brings in a trailer on March 20, 1969 in Vietnam. (AP Photo/HUET)

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Jean Harris, handcuffed and carrying a book, leaves the Westchester County Jail Friday, March 20, 1981 enroute to the Westchester County Courthouse. The convicted murderer of Scarsdale Diet Dr. Herman Tarnower will hear her sentence by Judge Russell Leggett. (AP Photo/Frehm)

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Indiana's Keith Smart (23) lays up two points between Duke's John Smith (33) and Tommy Amaker (4) in the first half of their NCAA Midwest Regional Semifinal game, Friday, March 20, 1987, Cincinnati, Oh. (AP Photo/Rob Kozloff)

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Owen Charles console operator for the electronic data processing system is pictured at work, March 20, 1958, in Mare Island shipyard, Vallejo, Calif., March 20, 1958. (AP Photo/Clarence Hamm)

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U.S. President George H. Bush and Lech Walesa stand on the reviewing stand on the White House South Lawn during arrival ceremonies, Wednesday, March 20, 1991 in Washington. Walesa is in Washington on his first visit as president. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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Stone images of high priests in the foreground with smaller images of followers are seen at the Rakanji Temple in Tokyo, March 20, 1974. (AP Photo/Max Desfor)

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Former U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon gives his autograph to Russian visitors of the U.S. Exhibition in Moscow, March 20, 1967. (AP Photo/Vasili Semenovich Gritsan)

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Camels circle around drummers in an ancient dance of the desert during a festival in the Sudan, March 20, 1950. Hundreds attended the gathering with drums supplying the music as dance followed ancient dance, riven from countless legends of the desert. (AP Photo)

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Actor Morgan Freeman gives "thumbs up" as he arrives for the annual Nominees Luncheon of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Tuesday, March 20,1990 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Freeman is a nominee in the best actor category for his performance in the film,"Driving Miss Daisy." (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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A teacher writes on a blackboard at a girl's school in Korangi, near Karachi, Pakistan, March 20, 1963. The school is one of two low-cost housing projects under a U.S. foreign aid program. Between them, they house more than 35,000 families, mostly refugees from the 1947 partition of India. The cost was about $40 million, $10 million in dollars and $30 million in Rupee proceeds of Food for Peace sales of U.S. surplus food. (AP Photo)

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Branch Rickey, vice-president and general manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, who originated the farm system, enjoys himself on his actual farm in St. Louis County, shown March 20, 1940. He holds one of his prize roosters. (AP Photo)

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People walk along Moscow's Red Square Friday, March 20, 1998 with St. Basil Cathedral, left, and Kremlin's Spassky Tower seen in the background. The venue for the summit between Russia, Germany and France, which had been planned for the Ural Mountains city of Yekaterinburg, was moved to Moscow Friday, raising further questions about President Boris Yeltsin's health. Yeltsin made a brief and unexpected visit to the Kremlin on Friday following a week-long illness. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)

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Students from the Overbrook School for the Blind reach up and touch the beak of Sesame Street's Big Bird character before his performance Friday, March 20, 1998 in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Chris Gardner)

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Australian Aboriginal Djakapurra Munyarryun plays the didgeridoo while standing among 100,000 plastic life-sized hands, each with a name of an individual sponsor, planted on Bondi Beach in Sydney, Friday, March 20, 1998. The Sea of Hands display, covering 125 meters (112.5 yards) by 75 meters (67.5 yards), is in support of native title and reconciliation of Australian aboriginals. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

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Brazilian firefighters tries to put out a fire at the edge of a road in the municipality of Apiau, Brazil Friday, March 20, 1998. Firefighters moved into Apiau on Friday but many think the understaffed and ill-equipped team is arriving too late. More than 3 percent of the state1.5 million acres (600,000 hectares) has been consumed by fire. Most of it was savanna and grasslands, but the flames have also reached the forest home of the Yanomami Indians, the world's largest Stone Age tribe. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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A Ugandan boy who goes by the name Ali Ali, sits in a hut and reveals the nearly-healed wounds inflicted as punishment for trying to escape from the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) rebels who had abducted him, at a center for victims of war in Gulu town, in Uganda's war-torn northern region, 285 miles north of the capital Kampala, Friday, March 20, 1998. Ali, who recently escaped from the rebels, had been one of the thousands of young Ugandans abducted and forced to fight alongside guerrillas of the LRA, a rebel group which operates from bases in neighboring Sudan. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Nearly a full brigade of Ugandan Army soldiers train together in the early morning hours in Gulu town, in Uganda's war-torn northern region, 175 miles, 285 kms, north of the capital of Kampala, Friday, March 20, 1998. Thousands of soldiers are posted in the region as protection against the Sudan-based rebel Lord's Resistance Army which strikes northern Uganda. Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has promised to discuss Sudanese support for the rebels with President Clinton, during his two-day visit next week. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley )

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Mercedes Garcia of El Salvador waits in line outside of the downtown Los Angeles United States Immigration and Naturalization Service office on Wednesday, March 20, 1996 in Los Angeles. More than 200 people lined up in the predawn hours on Wednesday, to get the new computer-coded “green cards.” The new cards are expected to hamper illegal immigrants and cut down on counterfeit copies. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Faithful take part in a pilgrimage to the Calvary hill in Tandil, Argentina, Thursday, March 20, 2008.(AP Photo/Pablo Aneli)

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Television talk show host Merv Griffin speaks in front of an audience in Los Angeles, Calif., on March 20, 1974. (AP Photo)

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Shacks of unemployed and destitute men dot the waterfront of Seattle, Wash., March 20, 1933, once one of the busiest industrial sites on the Pacific coast. (AP Photo)

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This is the exterior of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company plant in Durham, N.C., Thursday, March 20, 1997. Liggett Group Inc. will acknowledge that cigarettes are addictive and cause cancer under a settlement with 21 of 22 states suing the tobacco industry, the Massachusetts attorney general's office said Thursday. (AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker)

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FILE--One of Tokyo subway sarin gas attack victims is treated at St. Luke's Hospital in Tokyo on March 20, 1995, shortly after a doomsday cult group released the poison gas, killing 12 people and injuring more than 5,500 others. 10 month before the attack, seven people were killed and 200 sickened in Matsumoto, central Japan, in the world's first known sarin gas terrorist attack by the same group. Yet despite the suffering and fear that remain in the sarin victims, Japanese scientists have found few lingering symptoms in the many people who were injured. (AP Photo/Chiaki Tsukumo)

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Shoko Asahara, leader of the Aum Shinri Kyo cult, is driven away from the Tokyo District Court to the Metropolitan Police headquarters, Aug. 16, 1995, after a ten-day extension of his detention was approved. Asahara, already charged with murder in the March 20 Tokyo subway sarin gas attack, was charged in the case of a government official who police said was kidnapped, drugged and incinerated in a microwave oven. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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Republican presidential contender Pat Buchanan and his wife, Shelley, meet with reporters after arriving at Chicago?s O?Hare International Airport on Monday, March 20, 1995 before heading to Iowa by motor home for campaign appearances. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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Riot police rescue team members in gas masks come out from a Tokyo’s Kasumigaseki subway station exit in morning on Monday, March 20, 1995 as the station is sealed off after toxic fumes filled in the metropolitan subway systems. Six people died and more than 800 received medical treatment following they fell ill by the incident. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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A subway passenger with his mouth covered up by a handkerchief is escorted by masked policemen at Tokyo’s Akasaka Station in morning on Monday, March 20, 1995 as the station was filled by toxic fumes. Six people died and more than 800 received medical treatments following the busy morning rush hour incident. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)

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Japanese Self Defense troops man the busy Tsukiji subway station in Tokyo on Monday, March 20, 1995. Thousands of commuters were sickened and at least six killed during the morning rush in what authorities believe was a nerve gas attack in one of the world’s busiest subway system. (AP Photo/Itsuo Inouye)

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Wearing a cloth mask, subway employees stand outside Kasumigaseki Station, after they were evacuated from the underground station where toxic fumes spread in downtown Tokyo, Monday, March 20, 1995. At least 6 people were killed and several hundred people were carried to a hospital. Authorities said the substance was believed to be methyl cyanide but the source of the gas was not immediately known. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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Demonstrators throw rotten tomatoes at the Department of Labor and Employment building, Monday, March 20, 1995 in Manila to show their indignation over the inability of the department in protecting the rights of Flor Contemplacion, a Filipino domestic help and mother of four children, who was executed Friday in Singapore. Wide spread indignation was aimed at the government’s Labor and Foreign Affairs departments as well as President Fidel Ramos’ government over the hanging of Contemplacion, who they regard now as a new hero. (AP Photo/Fernando Sepe Jr.)

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Subway passengers affected by sarin gas planted in central Tokyo subways are carried into St. Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo March 20, 1995. Even three years after the Aum Shinri Kyo cult's terrorist attack, in which 12 poeple were killed and thousands were injured, many victims continue to suffer - both physically and mentally. (AP Photo/Chikumo Chiaki)

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The Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan talking with reporters at the Berto Center training facility, Monday, March 20, 1995, Deerfield, Ill. Jordan made his return to the NBA Sunday in the 103-96 loss to the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis. (AP Photo/Tim Boyle)

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Motown recording artist Stevie Wonder sings a song from his new album "Conversation Peace" at HMV Recordse in New York City, Monday, March 20, 1995. The album is Wonder's first in over eight years. (AP Photo/Teddy Blackburn)

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Duke University guard Chris Collins (20, center) puts up a shot while being guarded by Michigan State’s Quintin Brooks, left, Shawn Respert, center, and Daimon Beathea (23) during their game on Sunday March 20, 1994 at the southeastern Region al at the ThunderDome in St. Petersburg, Fla. Duke beat Michigan state 85-74. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)

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U.S. Marine Lcpl. Shawn Patrick, of Lincolnton, N.C., stands guard at the Mogadishu port, Sunday, March 20, 1994. U.S. forces are scheduled to pull out of Somalia by next Friday. (AP Photo/John Moore)

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U.N. Trucks carrying evacuees from the besieged town of Srebrenica makes their way to Tuzla, North of Sarajevo, Saturday, March 20, 1993 near Kalesija. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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Evacuees form Srebrenica look out from a U.N. truck in Medgas, north of Sarajevo, as a U.N. truck convoy carrying evacuees from the besieged Bosnian town made its way to Tuzla, March 20, 1993. U.N. trucks were jammed with almost 700 evacuees. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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Gov. Bill Clinton shakes hands with the crowd as he arrives at a rally being held for him in Hartford, Thursday, March 20, 1992. Clinton and Jerry Brown are the only two people left in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination after Paul Tsongas announced he is suspending his campaign on Thursday. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

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Members of the Full Gospel Motorcycle Association International join hands to form a circle before a ride in Plano, Texas, March 20, 1992. The bikers' mission is to travel the roads, helping stranded motorists and spreading God’s message. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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The Dalai Lama of Tibet listens to questions during a news conference in London on Wednesday March 20, 1991. (AP Photo/Dave Caulkin)

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Pamela Smart and her attorney Mark Sisti listen to closing arguments in her murder conspiracy trial in Exeter, New Hampshire on Wednesday, March 20, 1991, following 11 days of testimony. Deliberation began on Wednesday in the trial of the 23-year-old schoolteacher who is accused of coercing her teenage student lover into killing her husband last year. (AP Photo/Jon Pierre Lasseigne)

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Actor Leonard Nimoy, left, chats with Gene Wilder at the screening of the movie “Never Forget” Tuesday, March 20, 1991, New York. Nimoy portrays concentration camp survivor Mel Mermelstein who was challenged in 1980 by a revisionist group to prove that Jews were gased in camps. (AP Photo/David Cantor)

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Quincy Jones at Grammy Awards in March 20, 1991in New York. (AP Photo/Susan Ragan)

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An unidentified man sleeps on a steam grate near the White House in Washington, Tuesday, March 20, 1990. Government census takers will set out on Tuesday in an attempt to find out the extent of homelessness in the country. Critics fear an undercount will discourage the government from housing and feeding the homeless. Current estimates of the homeless population range from 250,000 to 3 million. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

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A homeless man sits huddled against the side of a building during a rain storm in New York, Tuesday, March 20, 1990. A legion of clipboard-toting counters will set out later in the day for shelters, subways and the city's streets in the broadest attempt ever to find out the extent of homelessness since it became a national disgrace in the 1980's. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Rep. Newt Gingrich looks on as his wife Marianne holds up a copy of their book, “Window of Opportunity” during a news conference on Capitol Hill, Monday, March 20, 1989 in Washington. Gingrich commented on a story in Monday’s Washington Post saying that the book, the contract, the royalties, and the promotional partnership, were completely legal and not in violation of any House rules. (AP Photo/John Duricka)

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World heavyweight boxing champ Mike Tyson shows his confidence after successful weigh-in on Sunday March 20, 1988 in Tokyo. He will make a defense fight against his country fellow Tony Tubbs Monday in Tokyo. (AP Photo/ Sadayuki Mikami)

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Radio personality and author Dr. Ruth Westheimer gestures while visiting with actor Harvey Fierstein backstage at New York’s Lyceum Theatre, Thursday, March 20, 1987. Fierstein performed in “Safe Sex,” a three act play. (AP Photo/Mario Cabrera)

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World heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson takes the weight of British heavyweight Frank Bruno, at a gymn in East London, Friday, March 20, 1987. Tyson is in London to see Bruno fight against James ?Quick? Tillis next week. (AP Photo)

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Philippine President Corazon Aquino chats with returnees from self-imposed exile during a meeting in her Manila office, Thursday, March 20, 1986. A group of 25, some in self imposed exile for more than 10 years, returned on Wednesday. At left is Steve Psinakis of San Francisco, a leader of the group. (AP Photo/Alberto Marquez)

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Deefer, a bouncy Peekapoo, one of eleven winners in the semifinals of the Most Wonderful Pets contest, poses with one of the judges, Associated Press reporter Kiley Armstrong, at the ASPCA's Manhattan shelter in New York, March 20, 1984. The ASPCA favorites will compete at Radio City on April 12 with semifinalists from Bide-A-Wee and the Humane Society of New York during a program hosted by actress Kaye Ballard. (AP Photo/Mario Suriani)

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Sen. Gary Hart, D-Colo., gestures during a Washington news conference, Tuesday, March 20, 1984 in Washington, with Rep. Patricia Schroeder, D-Colo., alongside. Hart, reflecting on a defeat in the Illinois presidential primary, said “I don’t consider tonight’s loss that big a loss.” (AP Photo/Ira Schwarz)

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Britain's Princess Diana holds her young son, Prince William at the airport in Alice Springs, Australia on March 20, 1983. The family had arrived to begin a royal tour. (AP Photo/Dave Caulkin)

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Well guarded by state and local police, members of the Ku Klux Klan held a rally on the steps of City Hall in Meriden, Connecticut, Saturday, March 20, 1982. The rally was peaceful, but Klan head Bill Wilkinson’s speech was drowned out by the crowd. (AP Photo/Child)

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Actress Debbie Reynolds with comedian Rich Little in Los Angeles on March 20, 1982. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac)

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Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger chats with designer Diane Von Furstenberg at the invitational world premiere in New York, Wednesday, March 20, 1980 of “Nijinsky”, amovie based on the life of the famous Russian dancer. (AP Photo/Bocklett)

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Afghani Muslim dissidents listen to a speech delivered by a Muslim priest on Tuesday, March 20, 1979 outside the Afghani consulate in Tehran, Iran. Portraits of Khomeini and banners protesting the pro-Soviet regime in Afghanistan are on display. Warplanes and Afghanistan ground troops have been battling rebellious Muslim groups since last week in the northwestern province of Herat, bordering Iran, diplomatic sources reported Tuesday. (AP Photo/Merlina)

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Comedian Steve Martin, left, and director-entertainer Carl Reiner, right, struggle pose by Reiners birthday cake, Tuesday, March 20, 1979, Los Angeles, Calif. Martin has begun filming his first motion picture The Jerk directed by Reiner recently in Los Angeles. Reiner was 56 Tuesday. (AP Photo/Eve)

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Larry Bird Indiana State's All-American basketball whiz, walks with Flora Katz outside Galligher's restaurant in New York, Tuesday, March 20, 1979 where he had earlier been presented with the coaches award as the college basket ball player of the year. Bird disclosed on Tuesday that an excited fan grabbed and twisted his ailing left thumb following on Saturday's regional victory over Arkansas. (AP Photo/Pickoff)

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DePaul coach Ray Meyer, top, signals a play number as DePaul tries to penetrate the defense of Notre Dame during the second half of game for the NCAA Midwest regional championship in Lawrence Sunday, March 20, 1978. Notre Dame beat DePaul 84-64. (AP Photo/EH)

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The sun shines atop this 50-foot solar triangle sculpture in front of New York's McGraw Hill building on Monday, March 20, 1978. The sculpture adds a unique view to the arrival of the equinox position which is at 6:34 PM AM better known as spring. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)

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This is the way Patty Hearst looked as she left the Federal Building in San Francisco, March 20, 1976 with U.S. Marshal Bill Brown and after her case went to the jury for deliberation and verdict. (AP Photo)

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Members of total impact, a film cooperative pose on one of their sets in New York City on March 20, 1976. The 25 members have gathered together in a “group marriage of filmmakers” based on equal shares in the company, and group residence in a second avenue apartment building. Shown above, are: David Secter, foreground, president and director of total impact; San Kitt, Associate producer, left; Avery Kleuber, upper left, Production manager Joey Asaro, upper right, Producer Jane Altschuler, film editor, and Gerry Holbrook, art director. (AP Photo)

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World heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali arrives on March 19, 1976 at a Paterson courthouse in New Jersey to await a decision concerning bail for former boxer Rubin ?Hurricane? Carter and John Artis. Carter and Artis have been in prison for nearly a decade serving sentence for a 1966 triple murder in Paterson, and on Wednesday the New Jersey Supreme Court granted them a new trial. Bail was granted for the pair on Friday and sources said they would be released from prison on March 20. Ali one of a number of celebrities who have adopted Carter?s cause. (AP Photo/DP)

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Oscar McGregor, one of the jurors who returned a guilty verdict on Saturday in the Patty Hearst case, leaves the hotel in San Francisco, March 20, 1976 where the jury was housed. (AP Photo)

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Challenger Chuck Wepner, left, flicks left to jaw of champion Muhammad Ali picture taken while pair were high up in the Cleveland Coliseum in Richfield, Ohio, March 20, 1975 where they will meet for title on Monday night. It?s the first fight in the five-month old arena and the first heavyweight title bout in Cleveland since Max Schmeling defended his title successfully against Young Stribling in 1931. (AP Photo/Harry Cabluck)

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Pope Paul VI is waited upon by Franco Ghezzi of the Papal Household prior to the weekly general audience March 20, 1974. The Pontiff, updating the image of Virgin Mary, pictured her today as "the new woman" taking an active role in the early Church. Prelate at center unidentified. At left is a Swiss Guard wearing the Michelangelo's brightly designed uniform. (Ap Photo)

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Pope Paul VI gestures during a public audience at the Vatican, March 20, 1974. (Ap Photo/Gianni Foggia)

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Pres. Richard Nixon, right, sights through the view of a movie camera as he met Bob Welch, cameraman for National Broadcasting Company, award winner of the White House. News Photographers Association photo content, in his White House office, March 20, 1969, Washington, D.C. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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The hand skills that once made Indian basketry and bead work famous is being applied to assembly of parts for oscilloscopes under a Warm Springs tribal council contract with Tektronix, Inc., of Beayerton. Mary Danzuka, foreground, assembles terminal strips in Warm Springs, Oregon on March 20, 1969. Maxine McKingley, a trainer, checks finished product with magnifying glass, and Ernestine Stevens, background, winds coil. (AP Photo)

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Small skiffs, used as personal boats, carry Thai people along or across the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, Thailand, March 20, 1967. Children even go to school in these tiny boats. At right in background is a tourist boat. (AP Photo)

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General view of the rehearsing of a scene of the Noah’s Ark sequence of Italian producer Dino De Laurentiis’ multi-million-dollar film “The Bible”, presently being shot at the outskirts of Rome, March 20, 1965. The scene will show the animals entering the ark, by the hundreds, including elephants, giraffes, jaguars, chimpanzees, zebras, oxen, llamas, snakes, exotic birds and others. John Huston is directing the film. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Shizo Kanakuri, called the "father of the marathon race", returned to Stockholm, March 20, 1967, to finish the race after 55 years. He was invited by the Consumer's Cooperative Society (Konsum) and the Swedish Olympic Committee in commemoration of the 55th anniversary of the 1912 Olympic games in Stockholm. Here, he looks down at the street in Hotorgscity in the heart of Stockholm. (AP Photo)

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Some of the 33 persons on a hunger strike in the state Capitol pass the time listening to their radio in Frankfort, Kentucky, March 20, 1964. The group has been in the House gallery since Monday and vowed to starve until the Kentucky Legislature acted on a civil rights bill. The accommodations law is dead at this session which ends today. A leader said the group would stay as long as “we feel we’re serving a useful purpose." (AP Photo)

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America’s Junior Miss Queen Diane Sawyer from Kentucky peeps through crack in stage door watching pageant at Mobile, Alabama March 20, 1964. She said she could see better with the glasses turned backwards after this candid shot of her was made. Her reign will end Saturday at night, when a new Queen is chosen. (AP Photo/Horace Cort)

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Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in a car leaving London Airport on March 20, 1963 after walking off the set of “The VIPs” which was being filmed at the airport. Burton had apparerntly objected to the crowds of milling onlookers. (AP Photo)

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Actress Elizabeth Taylor is a picture of cool disdain as she leaves the set of “The VIP’s” at London Airport on March 20, 1963. Miss Taylor was following in the wake of her co star, Richard Burton, who had stormed off the set complaining about the crowd of onlookers milling about. A policeman objected to some of Burton’s choicer language, Burton objected to the policeman and the filming came to a noisy stop. (AP Photo/Victor Boynton)

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Evangelist Billy Graham leaves the White House in Washington March 20, 1956 after a 50-minute visit with President Dwight Eisenhower. Graham said he reported to the President on his completed trip around the world and urged him to visit India in the interest of promoting world peace. (AP Photo)

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A six-ton door, protecting the inner vault of the new bomb shelter at the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, San Marino, Calif., is closed by Lyle H. Wright, head of the library’s reference department, March 20, 1952. The steel door is 18 inches thick. The vault is intended to hold the treasures of the library. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants explains fine points of the game of baseball to a pair of British film players, actress Jean Simmons and her husband, actor Stewart Granger. They watched the Giants and the St. Louis Browns in an exhibition game, March 20, 1952 in Burbank, California. (AP Photo/Ed Widdis)

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This weird looking arrangement is one of 11 new musical instruments designed by Harry Partch of Mills College, Oakland, Calif., inventor of a 43-tone scale. Called "cloud-chamber bowls", it's made of the tops and bottoms of large Pyrex bottles salvaged from cloud chamber experiments at the University of California's radiation laboratory. It is played by Marjorie Sweazey, March 20, 1952, who finds the bowls, suspended from a huge redwood frame, not so complicated as they look. Partch's eleven instruments were played together for the first time at a presentation of W.B. Yeats' version of "King Oedipus" at Mills College. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

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Humphrey Bogart, a nominee for the best actor award, arrives for the annual Academy presentations in Hollywood March 20, 1952 with his wife, actress Lauren Bacall. He was only one of the top male nominees to attend. The other four were out of town. (AP Photo/Dick Strobel)

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“I watch my diet, too” so “Lassie” would say if he could talk, as he eagerly follows his breakfast preparation by Rudd Weatherwax in Hollywood, Calif., on March 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Once the scene of bitter fighting, the Reichswald, Germany’s State Forest, is now providing timber for the Allied armies on the western front. Thousands of feet per day are being cut by members of the Canadian Forestry Corps, who have undertaken the task of trimming and supplying the timber essential for bridge building etc. A considerable number of the trees have been blasted by shell and bomb splinters which tends to make their job all the more hazardous. A tractor lends a hand in the Reichswald Forest, hauling the logs for stacking prior to their journey to the saw mills on March 20, 1945. (AP Photo/Eddie Worth)

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At the London Region fire control room, battle H.Q. of the National Fire Service. In the fight against the Luftwaffe’s fire attacks on London, the course of the raid is followed by telephone reports from all over the Metropolis. Reports of fires and the progress of the raiding are plotted on large scale maps and movement of firefighting reinforcements is ordered accordingly. Switchboard operators in action in London March 20, 1944. This switchboard is the nerve centre through which the operations officer receives reports of fires and the progress of raiding and through which the issues his orders to the areas where the fire battle is being fought. (AP Photo)

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Hollywood’s newest star is “Lassie,” MGM’s collie wonder dog. His name recently was elevated to the star list, taking its place alphabetically between those of Hedy Lamarr and Myrna Loy. With a stand-in and a dressing room all his own, the canine thespian leads a life much the same as any other star on the sound stages, where he currently is working in two pictures. “Son of Lassie” and “Hold High the Torch.” At home, too, his daily routine is typical of his new position. An early riser, “Lassie” is up even before most of his fellow stars. This time it’s for a typical doggy chore, however bringing the morning paper to his master, canine trainer Rudd Weatherwax in Hollywood, Calif., on March 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Madame Chiang Kai-Shek, presiding graciously at a press conference in Chicago on March 20, 1943, declared that China would welcome as an ally Russia and all other peoples who hold human freedom as a goal. The wife of the Chinese generalissimo added that China had no postwar territorial aims and that her people wanted, and intended to have, only what rightfully belonged to them. (AP Photo/Ed Maloney)

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American infantrymen in Northern Burma under command of Brig. Gen. Frank Merrill watch supplies dropping from a transport plane toward a jungle clearing in Burma, March 20, 1944. These troops are the first Americans to fight as a unit against the Japanese in Burma. (AP Photo)

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The market-going housewife on a bicycle is helping Uncle Sam’s wartime economy in Melrose, Mass., on March 20, 1942. Mrs. Roland Zabel, wife of a lighting engineer, was one of the first in the town to start the women riding to the grocery store for the day’s supplies. She is shown on her bike with the day’s provisions packed in the basket. She is not only saving automobile tires and gasoline, but she is also saving on paper bags. (AP Photo/George H. Hill)

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The Belgian Ambassador in London, Baron Cartier de Marchienne, arriving at the House of Commons in London, on March 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Clement Attlee, the leader of the opposition, right, and Arthur Greenwood, the deputy leader, were among the callers at 10 Downing Street, in London, on March 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Viorel Tilea, Romania’s Minister in London, leaving the Foreign Office, in Downing Street, London, on March 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Scenes of the Munich crisis were repeated at the meeting in Downing Street, London, where these crowds watched the ministers arrive for the cabinet meeting on March 20, 1939. Expressions of those watching downing street doorways where every arrival is scrutinized. (AP Photo)

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A view of Tirana, Albania’s capital, nestling at the foot of Giant hills, on March 20, 1938. A capital of ancient and model buildings, and dominated by the mountains, rising in parts to some 6,000 feet. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Robert Ley, German labor leader, dancing with a Wuerttemberg girl dressed in her native costume Unter Den Linden in Berlin, Germany, where dance groups from all parts of the country performed for the winter relief on March 20, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Labor Secretary Frances Perkins said, she was hopeful efforts to end the Chrysler automobile strike in Detroit would soon be successful. She is shown at the telephone, March 20, 1937 in New York, where she talked with Governor Frank Murphy of Michigan in Detroit and Walter P. Chrysler in New York on the strike situation. (AP Photo)

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Air Protection crews running through the streets of Berlin Kreuzberg during the big maneuver, March 20, 1935. The whole district was closed up, the traffic stopped and the population had to behave just like in a serious cause. (AP Photo)

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Students attempt to overturn a truck during riots in Rangoon, Burma, March 20, 1988. (AP Photo)

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The dome in the crater of Mount St. Helens continues to steam Saturday March 20, 1982 while muds flows from Friday night's eruption are visible in the foreground. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

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President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan say hello to actress Elizabeth Taylor, center, in white, at the Kennedy Center in Washington after her performance in "The Little Foxes," March 20, 1981. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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Sean Lennon, son of late Beatle John Lennon, center, peers out between his mother Yoko Ono, left, and an unidentified spectator during the Virginia Slims Championships at New Yorks Madison Square Garden, Wednesday, March 20, 1985, New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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Photo shows kids doing the break dancing-moves-along 5th Avenue across and 52nd Street near Saint Patrick's Cathedral in New York City on March 20, 1984. (AP Photo/Mario Cabrera)

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Indiana State's Larry Bird, seen March 20, 1979 in Chicago, holds the Adolph Rupp Trophy awarded him when he was named Associated Press college basketball player of the year. Despite a thumb broken early in the season Bird has led his team to an undefeated season and a shot at the NCAA championship. (AP Photo/Charles E. Knoblock).

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Smoke rises from shells fired by British made Centurion tank moving on road near Bazariya a town on hillside overlooking Lebanon's port city of Tyre March 20, 1978 (AP Photo/Saris)

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A Cambodian woman with five children apprehensively looks upwards from the shallow bunker as shells from the insurgent forces start falling in the area in the encircled capital of Phnom Penh, March 20, 1975. (AP Photo/Deasna)

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Ozzie Virgil, first base coach for the San Francisco Giants, heads for the dugout wearing a heap of hats following a productive inning for the Giants in game with Oakland on Friday, March 20, 1971 in Phoenix, Ariz. Virgil collected the protective helmets following base hits by the Giants. Giants won the game 7-6. (AP Photo/RHH)

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North Carolina’s Darrell Elston (32) slam into Massachusetts John Murphy (52) as he goes up under basket in first period on March 20, 1973 at New York’s Madison Square garden. There was no score and an offensive foul was called on Elston on the play in the National Invitation Tournament quarter final game. (AP Photo)

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Seen here is the scribbling corner in Osaka at the Expo '70, March 20, 1970, sponsored by the Nippon Paint Co. where people paint and draw on the 150 meters of white wall. Visitors are free to write anything. (AP Photo/Y.J. Ishizaki)

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Anti-war demonstators burn what they said are their draft cards outside Selective Service headquarters at Northampton, Mass., Thursday, March 20, 1970. The burning of the draft cards is part of a demonstration by about 300 protesters and part of a week-long nationwide anti-draft campaign for the Vietnam War. (AP Photo)

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Beatle John Lennon waves his marriage certificate as his bride, Japanese artist Yoko Ono, stands at his side after their wedding at the Rock of Gibraltar on March 20, 1969. They are about to board a chartered jet to Paris where they will honeymoon. (AP Photo)

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18-year-old French singer France Gall, singing for Luxembourg in the Eurovision Song Contest, proudly presents her winning medal for performing the Serge Gainsbourg, left, song "Poupee de Cire, Poupee de Son" (Wax Doll, Rag Doll) with orchestra director Alain Gorauguer, right, after beeing awarded in Naples, Italy, March 20, 1965. (AP Photo/Guilio Broglio)

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Gina Lollobrigida checks a mirror during wardrobe tests at Hollywood studio in California March 20, 1964. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard posing for a portrait on March 20, 1861. Beauregard was a general for the Confederate Army during the American Civil War. (AP Photo)

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Great celebrations marked the second anniversary of Independence for Tunisia, specially in Tunis. President Bourguiba’s guard, wearing white coats and armed with long sabers, lined at the entrance of the Bardo Palace in Tunis on March 20, 1958, with officials leaving the palace, after being received by President Bourguiba. (AP Photo/Pringle)

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Snow-capped mountains loom over Juneau, capital of Alaska, shown March 20, 1959. It is the third largest city in the new state, and it has some problems peculiar to any frontier place. A two-bedroom home costs $30,000 for example. As for roads, there are two going out of town; one stretches five miles south, the other 35 miles north. (AP Photo)

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Great celebrations marked the second anniversary of Independence for Tunisia, specially in Tunis. President Bourguiba’s guard, wearing white coats and armed with long sabers, lined at the entrance of the Bardo Palace in Tunis on March 20, 1958, with officials leaving the palace, after being received by President Bourguiba. (AP Photo/Pringle)

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On the reviewing stand during the parade in Tunis, to celebrate Tunisian Independence, March 20, 1957, are from left American Vice-President Richard Nixon, Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Bourguiba, Bey of Tunis Mohammed Lammine and Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Feisal. (AP Photo/Staff/Burroughs)

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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. greets friends in the Montgomery Courthouse, March 20, 1956, as he arrived for the second day of his trial on a charge of violating Alabama's anti-boycott law. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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The Medrano Circus in Paris, presents a sensational new acrobat act: Danish John Vree and his partner Catherine, aged 19, March 20, 1953. Catherine succeeds in getting into a small box while Vree watches. (AP Photo/Louis Heckly)

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Cowboy film star Roy Rogers rides his famous horse Trigger, to greet 40,000 children at London's Harringay Arena, March 20, 1954. Rogers, and his wife Dale Evans, appeared in the special rally with U.S. Evangelist Billy Graham, unseen. (AP Photo)

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Looking as tired as his favorite GI?s, a little Korean puppy follows his pals to war as First Cavalry division troops advance toward Chunchon on March 20, 1951, on the central front in Korea. (AP Photo/Jim Pringle)

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A street car moves through bombed out Berlin, March 20, 1949. This aerial view shows the western sector of the city at the Potsdamer Platz (Potsdam Square). At the day of the "Waehrungsumstellung", (Currency conversion) the West German Mark was introduced in West Berlin as general legal tender, in the still blockaded city by the Soviets. (Potsdam Square) (AP Photo/H. von Nolden)

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** FILE ** Actor Humphrey Bogart is seen on March 20, 1952. Bogart who was famous for films like "Casablanca" and "The Big Sleep" died on Jan. 14, 1956. (AP Photo) ** zu unserem Korr **

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Celeste Holm, center, and George Seaton, right, hold their Oscar statuettes for "Miracle on 34th Street" at the 1947 Academy Awards ceremony held at the Shrine Auditorium in Hollywood, Ca., March 20, 1948. Holm won for surpporting actress and Seaton for best screen play. At left is Donald Crisp, who made the presentation to Holm. (AP Photo)

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Fort Dufferin, last remaining stronghold of the Japanese in Mandalay fell to troops of the 19th in Indian ‘Dagger’ division after severe fighting in the city. The fort is a square with sizes a mile long and a quarter long, right is the heart of Mandalay surrounded by a 30 foor rampart and a pay 70 yards wide. British tanks moving up for the final assault on the fort in Mandalay, March 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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The epidemic of liquer poisoning among Allied soldiers has brought to light a Belgian bootleg industry run by peasants in tradition of the prohibition days in the U.S. A number of soldiers were poisoned by so called cognac. Investigation by excise officials and Military police exposed many small distilleries hidden in peasant cottages, farm attics and stables. By evading the high tax on spirits these bootleggers were collecting as much as 600 francs for a quart of this dangerous faked brandy. Discoveries also revealed that this hooch was often made in conditions of filth, with sugar beet and methylated spirits, and in one instance fermented with manure. The bottles bear five stars instead of the usual three for good brandy. A good haul for Belgian inspectors and excise officers find distilling equipment and bottles of faked brandy in a racketeers motor truck in Belgium on March 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Among the tremendous quantities of supplies being unloaded by Americans for the use of U.S. troops and their allies on the Tunisian front are these rubber truck tires on a dock, March 20, 1943. Trucks, tanks and other weapons of war which have arrived in sections are put together on an ‘assembly line’ on the docks. (AP Photo)

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These are wounded British soldiers at a North African Casualty Clearing Station, March 20, 1943, the most advanced medical post having proper operating facilities. A station like this can handle 200 casualties at once. (AP Photo)

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Some of the thousands of prisoners taken in the bridgehead in a single day’s fighting. Many of them had changed into civilian clothes before surrendering. They are seen herded together on arrival on the west banks of the Rhine, Germany, on March 20, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Long after regular night club habitués have struggles homeward, war workers on the lobster shift at the Bendix Aviation Corp in Philadelphia, on March 20, 1943. Here stroll over to the Cadillac Tavern where dining, dancing and floor show start at 6.45 A.M. and continue until the wee hours of 2 p.m. Once about every three weeks, nightspot owner Tommy O’Boyle puts on special shows for the precision department workers, with breakfast opening the dawn-to-afternoon festivities. This picture shows workers thronging the dance floor. (AP Photo/FS)

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Two men from Barbadoes, in the West Indies, ready for action with their machine-gun at an R.A.F., training and maintenance station “somewhere in England” March 20, 1941. It would certainly be a “black look-out” for any enemy bomber venturing too near this pair of gunners. (AP Photo)

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The London hostelry as it was on March 20, 1941 after last night?s big London ?Blitz? when it was wrecked by a bomb. (AP Photo)

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Maurice (The Angel) Tillet in action with Rudy Dusek of Omaha in an exhibition bout at Chicago on March 20, 1940. Tillet won in 15 minutes, 4 seconds. (AP Photo/Carl E. Linde)

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During the weekend the British and French ambassadors in Berlin were recalled. to consult with their respective governments about he position in central Europe. Sir Neville Henderson, British Ambassador in Berlin, leaving the Foreign Office, passing the dense crowd waiting in Downing Street in London, on March 20, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Maurice "The Angel" Tillet, 275-pound French wrestler, is shown in his corner after defeating Rudy Dusek, 225, of Omaha in 15 minutes, 4 seconds at Chicago on March 20, 1940. (AP Photo/Carl E. Linde)

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The tomb of the mother of King Zog of Albania, an impressive monument, in its simple lines of dignity in Albania, on March 20, 1938. (AP Photo)

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The big hall in the Royal Palace of Tirana, the capital of Albania, on March 20, 1938, where King Zog will marry the countess Geraldine Apponyi. (AP Photo)

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A quaint, cobbled street in Tirana, Albania’s capital in the peasant’s quarter, on March 20, 1938, showing the native style of dressing and the primitive means of transport. (AP Photo)

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The Great Mosque, Tirana, Albania’s capital, with foreground a fountain adding serenity to the scene, on March 20, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Against a background of planes, President Franklin D. Roosevelt tours the Navy's huge southeastern air station in Jacksonville, Fla., March 20, 1941 before embarking on a vacation fishing cruise. With the president are Rear Admiral Ross T. McIntire, right, White House physician and Surgeon General of the Navy, and Captain Charles P. Mason, center, commander of the station. (AP Photo)

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American aviatrix Amelia Earhart, navigator Frederick Noonan, standing behind her, and Capt. Harry Manning emerge from the Electra after it crashed on takeoff from Luke Field, near Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, March 20, 1937. Earhart and her crew were en route to Howard Island on their around-the-world flight. The smashed propeller and motor are visible in foreground. (AP Photo)

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Boston Braves Babe Ruth, left, shakes hands with ace Cardinals pitcher Dizzy Dean before an exhibition game in St. Petersburg, Fla., March 20, 1935. The Cardinals won 5-4 as Ruth went hitless in two at-bats. (AP Photo)

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Police van pulled up outside Harlem court with monotonous regularity in New York on March 20, 1935, as prisoners taken the night before in race riots in New York's Black Belt were arraigned. Police lead captives from a van through lanes of curious to the courthouse. (AP Photo)

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Amelia Earhart, Trans-Atlantic flier, is shown when she told the senate post office committee she would like to see permanent air mail legislation enacted speedily without restrictions that would damage the aviation industry, March 20, 1934, Washington, D.C. (AP Photo)

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President Hoover is presented with a monumental bust of George Washington by Swiss sculptor Ernest Durig, left and Minister of Switzerland Marc Peter, right, in Washington, March 20, 1932. The President asked where the seven feet high statue could be placed, but no one had a satisfactory answer. (AP Photo)

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Britain's Queen Mary being greeted by the Mayor of Westminster on her arrival at the opening ceremony for the new headquarters for the Girl Guides in Buckingham Palace Road, London on March 20, 1931. The majority of the money for the new building has been raised by Girl Guides in all parts of the world. (AP Photo/Bead)

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SS Europa makes maiden voyage to New York, USA on March 20, 1930. (AP Photo, Staff, Putnam)

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Commander-in-chief of Mexican revolutionary armies at Torreon, Mexico, directing entrainment preparatory to evacuating the city, March 20, 1929. The federal forces under Calles now occupy the city. (AP Photo)

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Babe Didrikson, the eminent woman athlete, and Jimmy Foxx, the hard-hitting member of the Philadelphia Athletics, pose together at Fort Myers, Fla., on March 20, 1934. (AP Photo)

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