Today In History Slideshow | March 27

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Actor Tom Cruise arrives at the 62nd Annual Academy Awards with his mom Mary Lee Mapother, left, and actress Nicole Kidman, right, Monday, March 27, 1990, Los Angeles, Calif. The rest of the group is unidentified. (AP Photo)

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Real estate mogul Donald Trump speaks at a news conference for the new Harrah's at Trump Plaza in Atlantic City, N.J., March 27, 1984. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight signals his team to "freeze" the ball during the last minutes of play against the UCLA team in the NCAA Basketball semi-final game in Philadelphia, March 27, 1976. (AP Photo)

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A general view of the line up at the start of the Grand National steeplechase event at Aintree, England on March 27, 1936. (AP Photo)

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State Rep. Rufus C. Rose (R-Waterford) poses at his desk, March 27, 1974, in the Hall of the House with a sign saying "Please refrain from smoking" before the start of debate on a bill that would ban smoking at public meetings in public buildings. (AP Photo/Bob Child)

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The Kremlin at night in Russia, March 27, 1947. (AP Photo)

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Dazed matador Amador Ordonez. 22, rides along with the bull which had just hoisted him into the air during a bullfight in the Las Ventas ring in Madrid, Spain, March 27, 1964. Ordonez escaped with minor hip injuries. (AP Photo)

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You are eye-to-eye with Nim, an 18-month-old chimp whos making progress in sign language in an experiment at Columbia University and is living a rough and tumble life as a member of a New York family, shown, March 27, 1975, New York. When not at school he stays with graduate student Stephanie Lafarge, her husband, their seven children and a German Shepherd named Trudge. (AP Photo/Jerry Mosey)

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Actor Marlon Brando shows Japanese actress, Miiko Taka, one of the outdoor sets at Warner Brother Studios in Los Angeles, Calif.,where the two are starring in the film "Sayonara," March 27, 1956. This is Miss Taka's first movie role and she plays the part of a Japanese theater idol who falls in love with Brando's character, a U.S. Air Force officer. Director Josh Logan will follow the James Michener story with the two marrying at the end, despite the objections from her family and the Air Force. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Tricia Nixon walks the White House grounds March 27, 1970 with a couple of Springtime friends - circus clown Bobby Kay and the Easter Bunny, a White House staffer who prefers to remain anonymous. (AP Photo/Henry Burroughs)

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President George H.W. Bush holds one of first dog Millie's six puppies for the press on Wednesday, March 29, 1989 at the White House in Washington. Mother dog Millie gave birth March 27, 1989 with First Lady Barbara Bush serving as midwife according to spokeswomen. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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Jacqueline Kennedy is sits in the living room of her Washington, D.C., residence, March 27, 1960. Her husband, Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) is campaigning for the presidency. (AP Photo)

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Several North Vietnamese children congregate alongside a Hanoi street as a photographer passed by, March 27,1973. They are near the now-closed air raid shelters in Hanoi's many large parks and on tree-shaded sidewalks. (AP Photo/Horst Faas)

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Entertainer and comedienne Carol Burnett, her eyes filling with tears, turns to smile at her husband Joe Hamilton in a Los Angeles courtroom seconds after it was announced that an 11-member jury had ruled in Burnett's favor in her libel suit against the National Enquirer, March 27, 1981. (AP Photo)

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Star basketball player Rudy Macklin, left, of Louisiana State University, and Ricky Huckaby, five-year-old son of LSU assistant coach Rick Huckaby exchange pats, although at different heights, during a one-hour workout the team held in Philadelphia, Pa., March 27, 1981. The workout was in preparation for the NCAA championship basketball tournament. Young Huckaby helps chase loose balls when he's not dishing out pats of encouragement to the players. (AP Photo/Clem Murray)

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West German designer Karl Lagerfeld, center, is applauded by all his models after receiving a bouquet of flowers at the end of the presentation of his first showing for the '84 Fall-Winter ready-to-wear collection under his own name in Paris, March 27, 1984. (AP Photo/William Stevens)

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A detailed composite sketch Los Angeles police have released of the suspect they say gunned down rapper Notorious B.I.G. earlier this month in Los Angeles sits in the foreground beside Los Angeles Police Lieutenant Ross Moen as he speaks to media during a news conference, March 27, 1997. (AP Photo/Michael Caulfield)

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FOR USE WITH FEATURE PACKAGE FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 27--Dennis Wiist, a repository specialist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, looks over a headdress made up of golden eagle feathers that was confiscated by the department at the National Eagle Repository on the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Commerce City, Colo., Feb. 28, 1997. While federal laws make it illegal to kill bald eagles because the bird is a threatened species, the laws carve out exceptions for Indians to acquire eagle feathers and body parts for religious purposes. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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In this handout from the U.S. Navy, Navy and Coast Guard landing parties attempt to square away two "ducks" that were battered Japanese fire, on Iwo Jima, March 27, 1945. The landings were made even more difficult by the heavy, grinding surf, which wreaked havoc with many a landing craft. The "ducks" are shown rapidly filling with water on the blackened sands of the volcanic island fortress. (AP Photo/U.S. Navy)

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Oscar winner Quentin Tarantino, right, poses with his Oscar and Madonna at Chasen's Restaurant at an Academy Award party in Los Angeles, March 27, 1995. Tarantino won the Oscar for best original Screenplay for "Pulp Fiction." (AP Photo/Eric Charbouveau)

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A Haitian boy finds a U.S. Army gas mask among discarded U.S. Army paraphernalia at the city dump in Port-au-Prince, March 27, 1995. Haitians rummage through Army garbage three times daily since the cost of food and clothing remains prohibitive despite the occupation by U.S. troops over six months ago, and the return of formerly exiled Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide five months ago. (AP Photo/Daniel Morel)

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Sarajevo commuters hang on to the sides of a bus as it cruises along a side street, avoiding "Sniper's Alley" in the center of town in Sarajevo, Monday, March 27, 1995. Bosnian Muslim civilians are coming under threat from rebel Serb artillery shells as tensions increase in Bosnia due to the continuing government offensive in Northern and Central Bosnia. (AP Photo/David Brauchli)

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Jeffrey Daniel sports a spectacular costume and colorful hairstyle for his role as railroad engine Electra, in the new Andrew Lloyd Webber and Richard Stillgoe musical "Starlight Express," at the Apollo Theatre in London, England, March 21, 1984. The musical, for which all the cast had to learn to roller skate, opens on March 27, 1984. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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President Barack Obama, accompanied by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, announces a new comprehensive new strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Friday, March 27, 2009, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House campus in Washington.(AP Photo/Ron Edmonds)

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Robert Kennedy, left, counsel for the special Senate rackets investigating committee, and his brother Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.) consult, March 27, 1957. (AP Photo)

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Wreckage of KLM jumbo jet engine and passengers' personal belongings are scattered on runway of Los Rodeos Airport in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, April 7, 1977 after March 27 collision with a Pan Am jumbo in fog. (AP Photo/Ives)

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Gen. Colin Powell, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, point to a chart during a news conference at the Pentagon on Thursday, March 27, 1992 in Washington. Defense Secretary Dick Cheney has targeted more than 140,000 National Guard and reserve jobs to be eliminated in the next two years in a move that will affect every state. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook)

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U.S. President George H. Bush, along with an unidentified aide and agent jog at the vice president's residence in Washington, Wednesday, March 27, 1992. On Thursday, the President will head up to Bethesda Naval Medical Center for his annual check-up. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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A Palestinian named Mohammed wears a Khafiyah to mask his identity out of fear for his safety in Kuwait City on March 27, 1991. Mohammed says he was kidnapped, tortured and imprisoned for 8 days by a vigilante gang of Kuwaitis after the country was liberated. The government denied Wednesday claims from a human rights group that security forces are abusing Palestinians. (AP Photo/David Longstreath)

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Martial, a 7-month old seal pup, poses with French movie star Brigitte Bardot on a beach near Cayeux, northern France, Tuesday, March 27, 1990 shortly before making its way back to the sea. Martial has been treated in Pieterburen, the Netherlands, after it was separated from its mother and beached in Cayeux. (AP Photo/Michel Lipchitz)

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Albanian youths use demolished cars as a road block on the outskirts of Pristina, the capital of Kosovo province, Yugoslavia, March 27, 1989. On the fifth day the ethnic Albanian unrest escalated to a new high, as shooting was heard in the streets of Pristina. (AP Photo/Udo Weitz)

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This is one of six dinosaur size cement and steel coffins being constructed for radioactive steel tainted in North America’s worst accidental radiation release on March 27, 1985 in Samalayuca, Mexico. (AP Photo)

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First Lady Barbara Bush, granddaughter Marshall (cq) Bush, and son Neil Bush are by Easter bunnies as they stand on the White House balcony on Monday, March 27, 1989 in Washington. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty)

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The entrance to the site in Samalayuca, Mexico on March 27, 1985, where a nuclear cemetery is under construction for radioactive steel that traveled to 16 American states and across northern Mexico is marked “peligro, no pase”-“Danger, keep out”. (AP Photo)

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Sen. Nancy Kassebaum, R-Kan., arrives at the Camino Real hotel in San Salvador Saturday, March 27, 1982 under tight security to hold a news conference. She heads the eight-member U.S. team in El Salvador to observe Sunday’s election. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)

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U.S. Secretary of State George Shultz says hello to Edmonton Oilers star Wayne Gretzky, right, after the Oilers bear the New York Islanders 7-5. Shultz attended game at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York on Tuesday, March 27, 1985. (AP Photo/Ray Stubblebine)

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Swedish tennis star Bjorn Borg with the fiancée Mariana Simionescu in Monaco, Dec. 21, 1979, where he has come to join other well-known players for a press conference on the upcoming Monte Carlo International Tennis Tournament, which will run from March 27 to April 6. Bjorn Borg also announced he will marry Mariana next spring in Bucharest. (AP Photo/Rene Maestri)

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Former Beatle Ringo Starr leaves New York’s Plaza Hotel, Thursday, March 27, 1981 with girlfriend Barbara Bach, left, and her sister Catherine. They are in town to publicize their new film, “Caveman.” (AP Photo/Sands)

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Rudolph W. Giuliani, New York, Associate Attorney General, for the Dept. of justice, March 27, 1981 in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo)

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Stephen Spielberg, director of the very successful movies ?Jaws? and ?Close encounters,? left, holds up a match in front of actor Roy Scheider, center, as fellow actor Richard Dreyfuss looks on during a light moment at the opening night party for Bob Fosse?s new musical ?dancin!? the affair was held at tavern on the green in New York?s central park on Monday, March 27, 1978. Dreyfuss and Scheider both had roles in the movie ?Jaws? and Dreyfuss also had a role in ?close encounters.? (AP Photo/ Richard Drew)

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President Jimmy Carter stands center stage flanked by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, left, and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin as the three leaders shake hands following the signing of the Middle East peace treaty at the White House in Washington, March 27, 1979. The ceremony took place outside the Executive Mansion on the North Lawn. (AP Photo)

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Stevie Wonder, right, with daughter Ayesha Clowning with clowns backstage at the Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey circus during the intermission on Monday, March 27, 1978 at New York’s Madison square garden. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

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** FILE ** The remains of a KLM jumbo jet which collided with a Pan Am jumbo jet sits in ruins at Los Rodeos airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, in this March 27, 1977 file photo. March 27, 2007 marks the 30th anniversary of the world's worst air disaster which killed 583 people when a KLM jet crashed into a Pan Am 747 as it attempted to take off. (AP Photo)

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Spanish troops mopve in to clear the wreckage of the KLM and Panam Jumbo jets from the runway of Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, on March 29, 1977. More than 550 passengers and crew lost their lives when the two planes collided in fog on March 27. (AP Photo)

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Scene of the world’s worst air disaster in Los Rodeos, March 27, 1977 when two jumbo jets collided on a fogbound runway with the loss of over 550 lives. (AP Photo/Paul Roque)

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Control tower of Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain is framed by a hole in the tail of the wrecked KLM 747 Jumbo which collided with a Pan Am jumbo on March 27, 1977. More than 550 passengers and crew died in the world’s worst air disaster. (AP Photo/Paul Roque)

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Aircraft technicians examine Pan Am jumbo jet engine after world’s worst air disaster at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, March 27, 1977. More than 550 passengers and crew died when the Pan Am jumbo jet collided with a KLM jumbo jet. (AP Photo/D. Ives)

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Wreckage of one of two Boeing 747 jetliners that collided at Santa Cruz De Tenerife, in the Canary Islands on Sunday, March 27, 1977, in what authorities termed the worst air collision in history. Initial estimates said at worst 243 of more than 600 persons aboard the aircraft had perished. (AP Photo)

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Tired Red Cross worker shows harrowed face after a very long night rescuing victims from the wreckage of the Pan Am and KLM jumbo jets which collided at Los Rodees airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on March 27, 1977. (AP Photo)

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Wreckage of one jumbo jet and personal belongings of passengers are strewn on the runway days after the world’s worst air disaster, when two Jumbo jets collide at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, March 27, 1977. More than 550 died. (AP Photo)

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Pianist Van Cliburn does not usually need the music but it was there large as life on the wall of a music company on Sunday, March 27, 1977 in Minneapolis where he touched the ivorys on a piano in an adjoining parking lot. The wall score is Maurice Ravel's "Gaspard de la Nuit." Van Cliburn was in town for a number of concerts. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

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Spanish Civil Guard survey debris from the world’s worst air disaster when two jumbo jets collided at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on March 27, 1977. More than 550 died. (AP Photo

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Spanish Civil Guard and a Red Cross official sort through debris for personal belongings from hundreds of dead in the world’s worst air disaster when two jumbo jets collided at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on March 27, 1977. More than 550 died. (AP Photo)

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Debris shown, March 1977, of the world’s worst air disaster when two jumbo jets collided at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, March 27. More than 550 died. (AP Photo)

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Spanish Civil Guard surveys debris from the world’s worst air disaster when two jumbo jets collided at Los Rodeos Airport, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain on March 27, 1977. More than 550 died. (AP Photo

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Rock throwing Saigon middle school students charge police during an anti-draft demonstration in Saigon, Thursday, March 27, 1975. The students were angered by changes in the conscription law, lowering the draft age to 17. The change came about due to the increasingly serious military situation. (AP Photo/Lo Vinh)

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Cars, trucks and buses, overburdened with passengers and cargo, are in full view of the sea as they reach near Tuy Hoa, Vietnam on March 27, 1975, a safe haven, after fleeing the central highlands. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Steve Prefontaine, America's best amateur distance runner works out in a Denver, Colo., park, March 27, 1975. He is considering whether to compete for the U.S. in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. (AP Photo/Doug Pizac)

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Unionists march in Tokyo on Sunday, March 16, 1975 to the Spring labor offensive joint struggle committee’s rally in advance of unified strike schedules for March 27. The committee is composed of several labor organizations, police estimated that some 31.000 people participated in the March and rally. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami)

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Local concerned Oglala Sioux keep watch at roadblock near Wounded Knee, South Dakota on March 27, 1973 to prevent supplies from reaching members of the American Indian Movement who hold the village. The blockade was ordered on March 26 by the Oglala Sioux Tribal President Dick Wilson. (AP Photo/Fred Jewell)

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A woman in Native American Indian dress, who indentified herself as Sashim Littlefeather, tells the audience at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles March 27, 1973, that Marlon Brando was declining to accept his Oscar as best actor for his role in "The Godfather." Littlefeather said Brando was protesting "the treatment of the American Indian in motion pictures and on televison, and because of the recent events at Wounded Knee." (AP Photo)

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Singer-Actress Diana Ross arriving at the 45th Academy Awards Show, March 27, 1973. She was nominated for Best Actress in ?Lady Sings the Blues.? (She didn?t win Oscar, Liza Minelli won) Diana is shown with her husband, Robert Ellis (Long hair and mustache). (AP Photo)

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Church at Wounded Knee, South Dakota on March 27, 1973. In foreground is a make-shift barricade constructed by supporters of AIM during their seizure of the hamlet. (AP Photo)

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Crowds gather in Belfast, Northern Ireland for a rally during a strike called by Vanguard Party leader William Craig, unseen, on March 27, 1972. Communications and power supplies were disrupted in the Northern Ireland capital in protest at the British Government's decision to to impose direct rule from Westminster. (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight fighter Muhammad Ali clowns with Dr. Kei Suzuki during Ali?s pre-fight physical in Tokyo, March 27, 1972. Trainer Angelo Dundee looks on. Ali will meet Mac Foster in a 15-round bout in Tokyo on April 1. (AP Photo)

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Hooded laymen in procession as they lead the annual lent Via Crucis inside the Rome's Colosseum on March 27, 1972. They belong to an ancient association in Italy called "I Sacconi" meaning big bags, after their hoods. (AP Photo/Gianni Foggia)

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Raquel Welch, Cloris Leachman, named best supporting actress and Gene Hackman at the 1971 Academy Awards presented March 27, 1972 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. (AP Photo)

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Heavyweight champion Joe Frazier waves his guitar and lets out a yell as he gets into car after leaving St. Luke’s Hospital in Philadelphia on March 27, 1971. Physicians pronounced Frazier fully recovered from fatigue and high blood pressure for which he was hospitalized on March 16 following his title bout with Muhammad Ali. (AP Photo/Bill Ingraham)

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Duke Ellington with his orchestra playing at the White House in Washington on March 27, 1968, at a function for President Lyndon Johnson and Liberian President William V.S. Tubman and wife. (AP Photo)

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The Australian Pop band "The Bee Gees", rehearse at the Royal Albert Hall, London, England, March 27, 1968 for their concert tonight. They are backed by a 60-piece orchestra, including The Royal Air Force Apprentices Marching Band. They will play 27 concerts in Great Britain and Ireland. (AP Photo/Peter Kemp)

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“Pickles,” the black and white mongrel dog who became a “world hero” when he discovered the gold World Cup buried beneath a hedge in a garden in Beulah Hill, Norwood, London, United Kingdom, on March 27, 1966, signed for his first film part on March 29, 1966 at the Orme Court, Bayswater, London. He is seen here with, left to right are: Actor Eric Sykes, his owner David Corbett, writer Ray Galton, and script writer Alan Simpson, seated at typewriter, taking a close look at the script at the Orme Court, Bayswater, London offices of Associated London (films) Ltd. “Pickles”, who will be paid 25 pounds (70 dollars) a day, plays the third canine part in the film “The Spy With a Cold Nose,” a doggy skit on the film “The Spy Who Came in from the cold,” due for filming in May. Other stars in the film include Laurence Harvey, Daliah Lavi and Eric Sykes and will also star a bulldog with a second bulldog playing opposite. Girl in picture unidentified. (AP Photo) **UK OUT**

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U.S. Army Lt. Bohdah A. Barycak, from Allentown, Pa., leaps across muddy canal while Vietnamese rangers follow more gingerly during assault on Viet Cong village south of Delta town of Vi Thanh, Vietnam on Saturday, March 27, 1965. Barycak kept in communication with armed U.S. helicopters that fired close support for operation. (AP Photo)

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Elephants performing in New York on March 27, 1964. (AP Photo/Dave Pickoff)

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Anybody can see through this coiffure design, it’s made of glass. For Heidi Galaniuk’s upswept hairdo, the hair is intertwined with a scale model of the glass tower which will be exhibited in Ford Motor Company’s Wonder Rotunda at the New York World’s Fair, March 27, 1964. The glass tower is made of auto windshields, air vents, windows and emerald-like gleanings from the base of a glass furnace. (AP Photo)

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Switching from the swift pace of their TV western, actors Michael Ansara, left, and Peter Brown go into the slow motion of a chess game between scenes of "Wagon Train," Feb. 28, 1963. The kibitzer is Jose De Vega, also in the cast. They were filming "The Adam Mackenzie Story," the March 27 episode. (AP Photo)

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Pickets keep their vigil on crowded sidewalk on March 27, 1963 in front of the New York daily news building as striking photoengravers met to consider contract terms with the city’s publishers. Agreement between the engravers and publishers seem the final step in ending New York’s newspaper blackout which began in December. (AP Photo/ML)

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Former British Featherweight Champion Terry Spinks, at Harry Leyene’s Boxing luncheon in London, on May 16, 1962. He is seen testing his strength with his next opponent Billy Davies, whom Spinks narrowly beat at Wembley on March 27. Later Davies goes before the British Boxing Board of Control to seek permission to fight a ten round contest instead of the scheduled 8, he has to gain this favour because he is not yet 19 and would not be complying with the BBBC standing regulations. (AP Photo)

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A surprised looking Caroline Kennedy is lifted into the air by her grand-father, Joseph P. Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy on her arrival on March 27, 1961 at the airport in West Palm Beach, Florida, for the Easter Holidays with her mother, as she deplanes from the Kennedy private aircraft the “Caroline”. The President is expected to join his family later in the week where they will spend the holiday at the winter resort home of the Kennedy family in Palm Beach. (AP Photo)

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Blacks picket the Nevada State Capital building at Carson City, March 27, 1961 in protest of a state Senate committee’s refusal to release a civil rights bill. It worked partially, the committee approved the bill. But then the state Senate defeated the measure 9-8. It would have permitted suits for up to $250 damages on proof of racial discrimination in housing, employment or public accommodations. The reference to gamblers on the placards hit at casino discrimination. (AP Photo)

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British actress Elizabeth Taylor, sitting in a wheelchair, is seen leaving a London, United Kingdom, clinic with husband singer Eddie Fisher to start their air trip back home on March 27, 1961. (AP Photo)

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Officers of the East German army lead banner-carrying crowd to rally in East Berlin on March 27, 1958, protesting against equipping of West Berlin troops with nuclear weapons. The banner reads: “prevent the equipment of West Germany’s NATO army with atomic weapons, fight for the confederation of two German states.” (AP Photo)

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The Duke of Iron (aka Cecil Anderson) left, enthralls the crowd with a racy West Indian ditty at the Calypso Room in New York, March 27, 1957. Since the calypso craze blew in like a Caribbean hurricane, clubs like this one have popped up all over the country. A true calypso artist, like the Trinidad-born Duke, prides himself on his ability to make up the words as the song progresses. "The lyrics." says the Duke, "are the vital thing. That's how you can tell the sheep from the goats."(AP Photo/Hans Von Nolde)

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A float with South Vietnamese men representing the ancient soldiers who fought for the heoric Trung sisters in the revolt against the Chinese, is during the anniversary parade in Saigon March 27, 1957. (AP Photo)

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Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Gallitan Cammann, sit in a car after their wedding at St. James Church in New York on March 27, 1954. Cammann, 24, is a casting director. He is a native of New York City. The bride, 20, is the former Elizabeth Montgomery, actress and daughter of screen actor and TV producer Robert Montgomery. She was born in Los Angeles, California. (AP Photo/Tom Fitzsimmons)

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FILE - In this March 27, 1952 file photo, Jimmy Durante performs with the Copa dancers at the Copacabana in New York. The Copacabana is opening again in July and will have a Hispanic music director, Richard Gonzalez and a Cuban chef, Alex Garcia. (AP Photo/Ed Ford, file)

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Grock, Europe's most famous clown, puts on his world famed make-up for his first appearance in his newly-founded circus in Hamburg, Germany on March 27, 1951. (AP Photo/Brueggemann)

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Queen Frederika, left, and King Pau, right, of Greece are carried on shoulders of inmates of a reformatory camp on Island of Makronissos of the Greek coast on the Aegean Sea. The men, former Communists, are undergoing special “reformation” at the camp, and have joined Greece's armed forces in Greece on March 27, 1949. (AP Photo)

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An officer in the 3rd New Zealand Guard in Tokyo on March 27, 1947. At a highly colorful parade and review on the Imperial Palace grounds the First Battalion, Mahratta Light Infantry changed guard with the 3rd New Zealand Guard Battalion, part of the 2nd Expeditionary Force of New Zealand Troops. This will probably be the last time that Indian troops will stand guard in Tokyo as the Indian Government has requested that all Indian troops be recalled to their country. (AP Photo/Charles Gorry)

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Dr. Frank H.J. Figge prepares to check the number of radioactive rays from a mouse during his study of cosmic rays and cancer at the University of Maryland Medical School in Baltimore on March 27, 1947. His experiments indicated that the rays speed up the onset of cancer in mice, provided that the animals were going to have cancer eventually. (AP Photo)

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The invasion beaches of a few years ago are once again the playground for swimmers and sun bathers. The recent opening of the seashore season at the resort center of Taormina, between Messina and Catania, on the Ionian Sea, brought out the first contingent of vacationists. Among them were these bathing beauties who preferred to lie and watch the bathers to being bathers themselves in Sicily, Italy, March 27, 1947. (AP Photo)

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Pamela Gillespie, who plays Mary Skinner, the ingénue lead on Broadway's "Life With Father", poses with a tiny version of herself in New York, March 27, 1945. (AP Photo/Ed Ford)

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British troops battling their way ahead in the Wesel sector have broken through the German line of resistance, which is now in a state of utter collapse. After bitter fighting in the town of Rees, British forces are now forging their way towards centre of Docholt and Dorsten, only four miles distant. British units cross a pontoon bridge spanning the Rhine, on their way to reinforce Allied forces who, it has been reported have smashed the crust of German resistance, in the Wesel sector on March 27, 1945. (AP Photo)

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German prisoners, including a nurse, who surrendered to men of the 36th Division, 7th U.S. Army, march towards the rear of Allied lines, as a truck load of American soldiers ride up to the front line to assist the all out onslaught in the Schweigen sector, Germany on March 27, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Flames belch from the muzzle of a heavy field gun, silhouetting the gun crew seen in the foreground, as salvo after salvo is hurtled, against enemy positions on the seventh U.S. Army front from the newly captured town of Rechtenbach, Germany, on March 27, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Shot down during the U.S. assault on Palawan in the Philippines, this Japanese JAKE float plane is examined by men from the Navy LST (landing ship, tank) in the background on March 27, 1945. JAKE crashed on the shore near Puerto Princessa. (AP Photo)

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British units cross a pontoon bridge spanning the Rhine on their way to reinforce Allied forces on March 27, 1945, who it has been reported have smashed the crust of German resistance, in the Wesel sector. (AP Photo/Eddie Worth)

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With War Department approval, samples of Atomic Bomb material and a glass-encased block of Uranium were exhibited to the public for the first time in St. Louis, Missouri on March 27, 1945 at the American Association for Advancement of Science Convention by the Mallinckroot Chemical Works, which manufactured Atom bomb materials. An armed guard watches the exhibit which is locked in a vault at the Auditorium at night. (AP Photo/GBF)

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Testifying against a bill which would abolish the NYA and CCC, President James Richmond of Murray State Teachers College in Kentucky drew the fire, of Sen. Kenneth McKellar (D-Tenn), when he mentioned major defense projects in “Senator McKellar’s state” and a dearth of them in Western Kentucky on March 27, 1942. The hearing was before the senate labor committee. (AP Photo)

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Among the squadrons formed into the second tactical air force is a squadron of Mitchell medium bombers manned and flown by men of the Royal Dutch Naval Air Service. Most of the men have been flying with the Royal Air Force for a considerable time and have made many sorties over enemy-occupied Europe. An unusual angle shot of men of the Royal Dutch Naval Air Service bombing-up one of their Mitchell’s for a raid on enemy-occupied Europe, on March 27, 1944. (AP Photo)

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Manager Bill McKechnie of the Cincinnati Reds, left, talks with Gerald Walker, his new outfielder, while waiting for the end of the rain that washed out the game between his team and the Boston Red Sox in Tampa, Fla., on March 27, 1942. Purchase of Walker from the Cleveland Indians was announced on March 26th. (AP Photo)

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The jackets of American Volunteer Flyers along the Burma Road in China March 27, 1942 carry an inscription to the effect that “this foreigner has come to assist China, and all Chinese people should afford him the utmost cooperation.” (AP Photo)

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Members of the American Volunteer Group line up in front of one of their Curtiss P-40 Warhawk's, the nose of which they painted the shark mouth logo, in Kunming, China in March 27, 1942. (AP Photo)

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The new Emperor of the Manchurian Empire with Associated Press correspondent, James A. Mills, who reported the enthronement ceremonies on March 27, 1942. This is Mill?s third ?Coronation? story his two previous ones being the elevation of little crown Prince Mihai of Rumania to kinghood, and the coronation of emperor Hailie Selassie as king of Abyssinia. (AP Photo)

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Private Billy Conn reaches into the ring to grasp the hand pf private Joe Louis and wish him Luck in Joe's fight with Abe Simon March 27, 1942 in New York Madison Square Garden. (AP Photo)

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The Royal Irish Fusiliers of the British expeditionary forces have come to the aid of French farmers whose horses have been commandeered for the French Army. A tank is hitched to a plow to help with the spring tilling of the soil on March 27, 1940. (AP Photo)

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Even its mother might not recognize this docile horse, equipped with a gas mask developed by Our Dumb Friends League in London, England March 27, 1940, as a precaution against gas attacks. The mask might almost be a feed bag, save for the window panes and the enclosed ear muffs. (AP Photo)

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Sir Kingsley Wood, Britain’s Air Minister, flew to Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, which he inspected with the hospital and the electrical and wireless school. He toured the fitting shops and watched the stages of instruction through which the cadets go. Sir Kingsley Wood inspecting boy entrants undergoing training as radio operators, on March 27, 1939, all under 16, during his tour of Cranwell College. (AP Photo)

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American actress Dorothy Lamour, with chains around her body and dressed as a slave, during a break in filming in America, on March 27, 1939. (AP Photo)

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An Israeli police officer stands near some of the victims' bodies after a suicide bomber blew himself up Wednesday, March 27, 2002, in a hotel dining room in the Israeli resort of Netanya, as guests gathered for a Passover Seder, the ritual meal ushering in the Jewish holiday. (AP Photo/Eitan Hess-Ashkenazi).

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West-German designer Karl Lagerfeld, center, is applauded by all his models after receiving a bouquet of flowers at the end of the presentation of his first collection under his own name, Tuesday March 27, 1984, in Paris, France, for the 1984 Fall-Winter ready-to-wear. (AP Photo/Stevens)

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British rock star Eric Clapton and his bride, Pattie Boyd Harrison, leave a church after their marriage in Tucson, Arizona, March 27, 1979. Clapton and Pattie, former wife of Beatle George Harrison, are in Tucson for a concert Clapton is playing Wednesday night. (AP Photo)

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Assistant professor Kenneth Van der Laan, left, conducts a biology class at Wellesley College,Mass., March 27, 1975. Wellesley is one of the women's colleges benefiting from renewed interest in what they offer, after the last years of the trend to go coed or merge. At a time when many colleges are facing dwindling enrollment, that at women's colleges is growing--and so is the idea that all female schools are, perhaps , at present the best place to prepare girls for a male-dominated world. (AP Photo)

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Los Angeles Dodgers' manager Walter Alston directs the Dodgers from the bench during an exhibition game at Winter Haven, Fla., as he starts his 22nd year with the team, March 27, 1975. (AP Photo)

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There’s not very much in the way of contact as challenger Ken Norton, left, and heavyweight champion George Foreman flailed away at each other in the first round of their title bout at the Poliedro in Caracas, Tuesday, March 27, 1974. Action sharpened in the second as Foreman knocked out Norton. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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John Wooden, UCLA head basketball coach, holds the NCAA championship trophy which the Bruins won for the fifth straight year, March 27, 1971. Bruins took the trophy by defeating Villanova Univesity 68-62, in Houston, Texas. Sidney Wicks (35) Bruins forward, wears part of the basket net around his neck. (AP photo)

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Unbeaten Dan Gable, right, of Iowa State, grapples with Minnesota's Gary Pelcl during NCAA wrestling championships at McGaw Hall in Evanston, Ill. on March 27, 1970. Gable pinned Pelcl and is unbeaten through high school and college compettion which includes 179 victories with 106 pins.(AP Photo/FJ)

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Ted Hickel t work filling orders at oil company warehouse on March 27, 1969 says being son of millionaire means nothing to him. “It’s my own life,” says son of secretary of Interior. (AP Photo/BM)

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Students at Haskell Institute in Lawrence, Kan., walk to class on March 27, 1969. Students must be at least one-quarter Native American Indian to enroll in two-year courses at Haskell, where they are trained for careers in business and industry. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is seen speaking to newsmen in Newark, N.J., on March 27, 1968. King is saying that he is "disenchanted" with President Johnson's Vietnam policies and may endorse either Sen. Robert Kennedy or Sen. Eugene McCarthy for the Democratic Presidential nomination. (AP Photo)

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President Dwight Eisenhower and Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower arrives, March 27, 1960 at National Presbyterian Church in Washington to attend morning services. The Chief Executive is scheduled to the White House Conference on Children and Youth which formally opens at College Park, Md., later in the day. (AP Photo/Bob Schutz)

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Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, left, and her host, Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, watch royal step as they arrive for a visit at the Hydrological Laboratories of the Delft Technical University, in the Netherlands, March 27, 1958. Queen Elizabeth ended a three-day state visit and departed for home later in the day. Behind them, right, is Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands. (AP Photo)

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Singer Eddie Fisher, right, stands alongside bed of his wife, actress Elizabeth Taylor in a London Clinic where she was recuperating from a bout with pneumonia, March 23, 1961, London, England. Actress is slated to leave on March 27 and fly to California. (AP Photo)

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Italian film star Sophia Loren is shown in Rome, Italy, on March 27, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Emil Zatopek of Czechoslovakia won the cross country race organized in Vincennes, near Paris, France March 27, 1955, by communist paper “L’Humanite”. He covered the 10 kilometers of the course in 35 minutes and 15 seconds. On our photo, during the race, Zatopek, left, passes Soviet racer Wassill Krigochein. (AP Photo/Godot)

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Arnold Palmer, Wake Forest amateur golfer chips out of a trap during Azalea Festival on March 27, 1954 in Wilmington, N.C. (AP Photo/Rudolph Faircloth)

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Jane Casey (left) and Jane Challis show progress in home entertainment at the Chicago Modern Living Exposition, March 27, 1953. The huge horn fitted onto the 1900 Edison Home Phonograph using a cylinder record. The item at left is a 1953 model Sentinel television chassis. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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Dr. Jonas E. Salk, 38, professor of research bacteriology at the University of Pittsburgh, Pa., is shown in a laboratory on March 27, 1954. Dr. Salk announced the successful use of a new polio vaccine on 90 children and adults. An assistant, Ethel J. Bailey, works on a step in the vaccine's production. (AP Photo)

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Dmitri Shostakovich, Russian composer-member of the Soviet delegation to the Cultural and Scientific conference for World Peace, plays the second movement of his fifth symphony as the spotlight beats down upon him in Madison Square garden in New York on March 27, 1949. His playing wound up the evening’s program of the conference before a crowd of more than 18,000. The Madison Square Garden program ended the conference. Pickets paraded outside during the meeting. (AP Photo/ Marty Lederhandler)

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Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-Wisc.), is at his desk, March 27, 1950 as Esther Brunauer appeared before a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee. He told reporters that he was staying away because the committee has refused him permission to cross-examine witnesses. Mrs. Brunauer, on the state department's United Nations relations staff, denied McCarthy's charges that she was pro-Communist. (AP Photo/Herbert K. White)

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Sala Palace, one of the King’s official residences near Taiz, Yemen on March 27, 1950. (AP Photo)

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Pickets carrying signs and flags march in front of Madison Square Garden, New York, March 27, 1949, as delegates and spectators attend the closing session of the Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Place. Police estimated the pickets at more than 2,000 and the number inside the Garden was estimated at 17,000 (AP Photo)

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Towards the setting sun goes a gypsy family seen at Milford in Surrey, March 27, 1948. Without them Easter would lose a Great deal of its Color, on the Caravan is Mr. Mitchell and his daughter. Behind the son follows on Pony and Cart. Mother and two more daughters bring up the Rear “The Caravans are going” said Mrs. Mitchell, “Film people are buying up most of them. I’m thinking of selling mine and settling in an old Rail Coach at Dunsfold, so the kids can go regular to school. (AP Photo)

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A group of Greek girls, all members of guerrilla bands in Western Macedonia, met the U.N. investigating team near Yerma, Greece, in the foothills of Mount Siniatsikon, on March 27, 1947. (AP Photo)

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Andrea Mead, 14-year-old Rutland, VT skier, uses her ski poles to give her impetus as she starts a downhill run at Sun Valley, Idaho, March 27, 1947. Miss Mead was recently chosen as a member of the women's downhill and slalom teams to represent the United States in the 1948 Winter Olympics to be held in St. Moritz, Switzerland. (AP Photo)

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Sergeant Joe Louis sits with his wife,Marva Trotter Louis, in Judge John A. Sbarbaro's chambers in Chicago, Illinois, March. 27, 1945 talking over their divorce settlement. Judge Sbarbaro, right, granted the divorce on grounds of desertion. (AP Photo)

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Chinese soldiers at the Kwangsi Province infantry training center in China March 27, 1944 gather in a huge cave to listen to a speech by Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek during the Chinese leader’s visit to the American-staffed training center in February 1944. (AP Photo)

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Sewing fabric to cover wings and stabilizers at a Flying Fortress base in England, March 27, 1944, left to right are: T/Sgt. L.N. Tolson, 1091 71st St., Oakland, Calif.; S/Sgt. Nathan Gotleib, Rosanhayn, N.J.; and S/Sgt. Harold V. McRenzie, 1423 W. Cucharras St., Colorado Springs, Colo. (AP Photo)

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Orteaga Santoy, presents the Benito Juarez Air WAC Squadron’s special guidon to Mrs. Ledesma, as the first squadron of Latin American WACS sworn into the service March 27, 1944. (AP Photo)

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Forward base of 14th US airforce somewhere in China March 27, 1944. Chinese soldiers keeps vigil at fighter line. That’s straw rain hat on his back. (AP Photo/Farnsworth))

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With Meat on the Lips of Many and the mouth of few these war time days mother Hubbard's Fabled Dog is not the only canine without bone on March 27,1943 at New York. (AP Photo)

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Three soldiers of a Chinese Army unit that may be likened to airborne infantry, examine the insignia on the back of an American airman on the India-China Wing, Air Transport Command, U.S. Army Air Forces, March 27, 1944, who will fly them to points where they may be needed. This insignia is used as identification should the airmen be forced down in the parts of China where the people are unfamiliar with Americans, the war or the outside world. The Chinese characters indicate the wearer of the jacket as friendly. (AP Photo)

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Shirley Temple, sixteen years old and a junior at Westlake School for Girls in Hollywood, Ca., is photographed in her study on March 27, 1944. While she was working in "Since You Went Away" she did her weekly lessons on the set with a teacher and in her study every evening. (AP Photo)

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Boxer Joe Louis, left, on the scale, shakes hands with Abe Simon at weight in March 27, 1942 at Madison Square Garden in New York. The weigh in is for their heavyweight title bout. Officials are unidentified. (AP Photo/ Carl Nesensohn)

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A 150- bed hospital in Manzanar, Calif. has been provided by the U.S. government for Japanese evacuated from Pacific Coast cities and communities. Nurse Fumiko Gohata holds the arm of patient Frank Saito while Dr. James Goto stands by, March 27, 1942. (AP Photo)

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An impressive picture of the Viceroy’s bodyguard as it leaves the Palace grounds on horseback inNew Delhi on March 27, 1941. Comprised of two Britons and 116 Indians, this is the oldest unit, 167 years in the Indian army. (AP Photo)

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General Lord John Gort, Commander-In-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force, leaving the sergeants mess at an airfield, on March 27, 1940, somewhere in France. (AP Photo)

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A docile horse wears a gas mask as a precaution against gas attacks, on March 27, 1940. It was developed by "Our Dumb Friends League," a humane society in London, England. (AP Photo)

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American thoroughbred Seabiscuit, with jockey "Spec" Richardson up, is shown in the victory circle after winning the $12,500 Agua Caliente Handicap at Agua Caliente, Mexico, March 27, 1938. Standing, left to right, are, trainer Tom Smith, next to Seabiscuit; Seabiscuit; owner Charles S. Howard; screen actress Arline Judge; and singer-actor Bing Crosby. (AP Photo)

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The "William Crooks," Pioneer Railroad Locomotive in America's Northwest, comes back to where it was built 78 years ago and receives a welcome from several thousand people in Paterson, N.J. on March 27, 1939. The old engine came from St. Paul, Minn., under its own power, enroute to the New York's World's Fair of 1939. (AP Photo)

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A second unit of the American Friends of Spanish Democracy is shown with one of their ambulances, en route for Spain, March 27, 1937 in Paris, France. (AP Photo)

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Rippling dunes of dust, piled up against fences and an abandoned farm home, barn and windmill, illustrate the desolation in part of the dust bowl in Oklahoma on March 27, 1937. (AP Photo)

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German machine gun post along the Rhine shows exercises in field ¼ mile from Belgian frontier near Aachen on March 27, 1936. (AP Photo)

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Anti-War pickets in Philadelphia, March 27, 1935. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Vinson Navy Bill, authorizing construction of the American Navy up to existing treaty strength in the executive offices in Washington, DC, March 27, 1934. Standing from left to right are: Representative Carl Vinson, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Henry Latrobe Roosevelt and Representative Fred Britten, Illinois. (AP Photo)

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State Militia troops in front of the Morgan Country Circuit Court at Decatur, Alabama, where seven Blacks were sentenced to death in the first trials are now facing a new trial on charges of attacking two White Girls. The rehearing of the defendants, who were once sentenced to death at Scottsboro, Ala., opened March 27, 1933. (AP Photo).

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Robert Lyall riding Grakle after winning The Grand National horse race at Aintree Racecourse, England on March 27, 1931. (AP Photo/Staff/Putnam)

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A Hungarian farmer in traditional dress as he tends to his flock of long horned bulls in Hortobagy, Hungary on March 27, 1930. (AP Photo)

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High Commissioner X. M. Landis, greets Babe Ruth and Bob Meusel, Yankees, March 27, 1922, who have been suspended for a month for barnstorming after the world series. (AP Photo)

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Miss Elinor Smith beside her plane before marking an assault on the women's altitude record at Roosevelt Field, Long Island, March 27, 1931. She was forced to come down after reaching about 25,000 feet. The plane was damaged when landing not far from the field, but Miss Smith escaped injury. It is believed she ran out of gasoline, possibly due to a leaking tank. (AP Photo)

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