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Don King
Boxing Promoter Don King on March 7, 1985. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler

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WWI U.S. Artilleryman
U.S. Artilleryman in doorway of his bombproof shelter in France, utilizes a few peaceful moments in writing to the folks at home on March 7, 1918. (AP Photo)

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WWI U.S. Troops in France
The men of U.S. Battery E, 5th Field Artillery Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, load horses onto freight cars at Toul, France, March 7, 1918. They were en route to the French front. (AP Photo)

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GREAT DEPRESSION BELL
Fred Bell, a one-time millionaire and now unemployed, sells apples at his stand on a busy street corner in San Francisco, Ca., on March 7, 1931 during the Great Depression. Bell, known as "Champagne Fred" in the earlier days, has nothing left of his share of the Theresa Bell fortune as a result of the stock market crash in 1929. (AP Photo)

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FRANCE ARISTIDE BRIAND
Image shows French Minister and Socialist Aristide Briand, laying out in his Paris, France apartment in the Avenue Kleber shortly after his death March 7, 1932. (AP Photo/Str)

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Bermuda Tennis Finals Perry
Fred Perry, England's second ranking tennis player, pictured with the championship trophy after winning the men's tennis title of Bermuda, March 7, 1932, in Hamilton, Bermuda. Perry defeated H.G.N. Lee, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, in an all-English final. Johnny Doeg, of the United States, who won the championship in 1931, did not defend. (AP Photo)

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Japan Invades Manchuria
A Japanese bluejacket unit makes its way cautiously through a tangle of barbed wire buildings in the Chapei section of Shanghai in March 7, 1932. After the occupation of Manchuria in 1931, the Japanese established the puppet state of Manchukuo in Feb. 1932, the events that lead to the major conflict known as the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1937-45. (AP Photo)

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Charles Lindbergh Kidnap case
New Jersey state troopers warm themselves at temporary barracks near the Charles Lindbergh estate, during the blinding snowstorm and heavy gales which swept across the Sourland Mountain District, New Jersey on March 7, 1932. Baby Charles Lindbergh was kidnapped from his New Jersey home on March 1, 1932. (AP Photo)

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Hunt for Lindbergh Baby
Following the establishment of headquarters of officials directing the search for the Lindbergh baby, countless calls releasing late dispatches as well as the registering of the numerous tips and offers of help have been made from the State House at Trenton, N.J., March 7, 1932. Shown are a group of operators of the telephone exchange in the State House, at their duties. (AP Photo)

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Presidential Portraits
Noted English artist Douglas Chandor is shown with his recently completed painting of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, in Washington, D. C., March 7, 1935. The painting was ordered by the young Democrats of Texas and will hang in the state house at Austin. (AP Photo)

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MALCOLM AND DONALD CAMPBELL
Britain's Sir Malcolm Campbell, right, with his son Donald, on board the British Cunard liner Berengaria at Southampton, March 21, 1935, after he had set a new world land-speed record at Daytona Beach, Florida, March 7, of 276.8 miles per hour. (AP Photo)

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Coast Guardsmen of CG106
One of the Coast Guardsmen of the CG106, March 7, 1936 who captured a rum runner the Sambo G after a desperate battle staged in the darkness on Lake Erie. The rum runner was shot at with hundreds of machine gun bullets. The boat carrying 3,000 cases of liquor was heavily armored. (AP Photo)

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George Bernard Shaw
George Bernard Shaw, who “Ribbed” some of Hollywood’s celebrities on his last visit here, is appearing annoyed at having his lunch interrupted, March 7, 1936 in Los Angeles, by an insisted “interviewer” who turned out to be Vince Barnett, Hollywood comedian. Mrs. Shaw is at right. (AP Photo)

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London Tamara Desni and Bruce Seton
Tamara Desni, the red-headed Russian film star whose attempt to land in England last year to marry Bruce Seton, the actor, were frustrated owing to immigration formalities, married him at the register office in Burnt Oak, London, on March 7, 1937. The bride and groom leaving the register office after the ceremony. (AP Photo)

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WWII U.S. Defense
The six desert beauties pertly perched atop old corral fence are in a defense bond selling race in Palm Springs, California on March 7, 1942, to be queen of the 9th Annual Desert Circus on March 25 to 28. Left to right: Mary Smith, Pat Scriven, Beverly Cooper, Edie Bush, Dorothy Knupp and Tommy Lipps. (AP Photo)

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Rome Colonel Josef Beck and Count Ciano
The Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Colonel Josef Beck and his wife, are on a visit to Italy and Colonel Beck is combining social and pleasure visits, during his brief stay on Italian soil. The Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Colonel Josef Beck, left, with the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Count Ciano, having a friendly chat during the former’s visit to Rome, on March 7, 1938. (AP Photo)

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Climate Temperature Spike
FILE - In this Aug. 29, 1938 file photo, smoke rises from smokestacks at Skoda’s main foundry in Pilsen, Czechoslovakia. A new study looking at 11,000 years of climate temperatures shows the world in the middle of a dramatic U-turn, lurching from near-record cooling to a heat spike. It shows how the globe for several thousands of years was cooling until an unprecedented reversal in the 20th century, which scientists say is further evidence that global warming isn’t natural but man-made since the start of the Industrial Revolution. The research was released Thursday, March 7, 2013 in the journal Science. (AP Photo)

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GABLE DIVORCE
Mrs. Maria Gable, estranged wife of Clark Gable, screen star, is shown at Las Vegas, Nev., County Courthouse March 7, 1939 as she received her formal divorce decree from Clerk LLoyd S. Payne, as her attorney (behind Payne), Frank McNamee, Jr., and Miss Frances McNamee (at right of Mrs. Gable), a niece of the attorney, look on. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth and Margaret 1939
Princesses Margaret Rose, front left, and Elizabeth, front right, all decked out in ermine cloaks and fancy dresses, leave the home of Viscountess Astorx after attending a fancy dress party there, March 7, 1939, London, England. Other guests included Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary and three of the children of U.S. Ambassador to London, Joseph Kennedy. (AP Photo)

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Labor John L Lewis 1939
John L. Lewis, center, and his CIO aides arrive at the White House in Washington, D.C., March 7, 1939 to join a peace conference with American Federation of Labor leaders with President Roosevelt. Left to right are Philip Murray, Lewis, and Sidney Hillman. The former and latter are CIO vice presidents. (AP Photo)

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New York Queen Elizabeth Liner
Britain's Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth is pushed by tugs into her berth in New York March 7, 1940, after she had travelled from England. The liner will possibly stay in New York for the duration of the war, next to her sister ship Queen Mary and the French liner Normandie. (AP Photo)

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Yankees Spring Training Dimaggio McCarthy
Joe McCarthy, Yankees manager, turns cameraman for distinguished leading man Joe DiMaggio at their St. Petersburg, Fla., training site, March 7, 1939.

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Oliver Hardy Remarries
Oliver Hardy, the larger half of the screen comedian team of Laurel and Hardy, holds hands with his bride, Virginia Lucille Jones, studio script girl, after their marriage in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 7, 1940. Hardy gave his age as 48; Mrs. Hardy said she is 26. (AP Photo)

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WWII US Civil Defense Blackouts 1941
Policemen in black cloth masks practiced groping their way through "darkness" in Seattle, March 5, 1941 in this stunt to call attention to the city's blackout scheduled for March 7. (AP Photo/Paul Wagner)

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Comines was attacked by bombers
Comines was attacked by bombers of the R.A.F. during a daylight sweep on Northern France on March 7, 1941 the principal objective being the power station. 1. The Boiler House, 2. The Pump House, 3. Water circulating pipes, 4. Turbine house, 5. First bomb bursts. (AP Photo)

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Tuskegee Airmen
These airmen shown listening to an instructor are among first class of African American pilots in history of the United States to get thier wings at the advanced fly school on March 7, 1942 at Tuskegee, Alabama. Left to right: R.M. Long, G.S. Roberts, London, W. VA.; Capt. B. Washington; C.H. Debow, Indianapolis; Mac Ross, L.R. Curtis, New Rochelle, N.Y. (AP Photo)

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Douglas Macarthur

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General Douglas Macarthur
General Douglas Macarthur, saluting during a parade in Philippines shown March 7, 1942. (AP Photo)

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WWII U.S. PARAMOUNT THEATER
People crowd outside New York's Paramount Theater on Broadway and 43rd St. to attend a screening of "Hitler's Children" on March 7, 1943 during World War II. (AP Photo/Dan Grossi)

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New York Bar Scene 1943
This is the scene at an unidentified New York City bar and lunchroom, March 7, 1943. (AP Photo/Dan Grossi)

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WWII Africa
A native woman and her six-year-old son embrace after the boy was rescued unhurt, March 7, 1943 from the debris of a Casablanca house, smashed by a German bomb in a raid on December 31. Beams, crossed above the boy’s head, kept the debris from crushing him, and provided an air pocket during the ten hours he was in the razed house. (AP Photo)

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WWII: Guadalcanal: Japanese Prisoners
Japanese prisoners, guarded by U.S. troops, sit on the bow of a motor torpedo boat headed for Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands on March 7, 1943 after their capture on one of the outer islands. The prisoners were brought to Guadalcanal by plane and also by landing boat, later being transferred to U.S. headquarters in the South Pacific. (AP Photo)

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WWII Guadalcanal
In a prisoner’s stockade on Guadalcanal, a U.S. Army doctor administers first aid to a wounded Japanese prisoner on March 7, 1943. M.P.’s armed with tommy-guns stand guard outside. (AP Photo)

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South Africa Madame Perla Siedle
Troopships and hospital ships of the United Nations, bearing fighting men to distant fronts and bringing back wounded, have for years been greeted on arrival at Durban by Madame Perla Siedle, well-known operatic singer, who has sung to them as their ships have come alongside. Her range of songs is wide and the troops join in with Great Enthusiasm. Madame Perla Siedle, the well-known operatic singer, gives a smiling welcome to troops arriving at Durban, South Africa on March 7, 1944. (AP Photo)

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Jesse Owens

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Jesse Owens
Jesse Owens, Olympic champion and world’s record holder, who now exercises only on the bowling alley and golf course near his home in Detroit on March 7, 1944, believes he still can run 100 yards under 10 seconds. Owens last ran at a war relief meet in Canada in the summer, and is presently employed by a Detroit automobile company as a public relations man. (AP Photo)

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Paul Siple

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Paul Siple
Paul Siple, left, and Naval Aviation Pilot James C. McCoy using their octants on the barrier above West Base at high noon at the last Byrd expedition in Antarctica on March 7, 1944. (AP Photo)

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WWII Germany Destruction
General view of the intersection of Cristoph Strasse and V. Werth Strasse, situated in the heart of Cologne on March 7, 1945. This was a German strongpoint during the battle for the Rhineland capital. (AP Photo/Bill Allen)

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WWII U.S. CAPTURE REMAGEN
Troops of the 9th U.S. Armored Division, First Army, advance across the intact Ludendorff Bridge to the east bank of the Rhine River in Remagen, Germany, on March 7, 1945 during World War II. (AP Photo/Allan Jackson)

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U.S. MARINE CORPS

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WWII PHOTOGRAPHER ROSENTHAL
In this image provided by the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe Rosenthal, of the Associated Press, photographer with the wartime still picture pool, looks over the scene at Iwo Jima, Japan on March 7, 1945, from which he has sent some of the most graphic pictures of the Pacific war. (AP Photo/U.S. Marine Corps)

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WWII Germany Allied Invasion
Cologne is now in Allied hands, after First Army troops have completed the capture of the Rhineland capital. The city presents a grim picture of desolation and devastation. A view of the devastation in the centre of Cologne at the intersection of Cristoph Strasse and V. Werth Strasse on March 7, 1945. (AP Photo)

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WWII: Philippines: Concentration Camps
Two American paratroopers strike up a friendship with two civilians who were among those liberated by Americans at Los Banos, southeast of Manila on March 7, 1945. Left to right: Alexander D. Calhoun, Sgt. Russell Smith, Pfc Alfonso Pelagio, Manila guerrilla, and Robert E. Cecil. (AP Photo/Frank Filan)

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WWII Germany Churchill
Prime Minister Winston Churchill of England with Gen. William Hood Simpson, Commander in Chief of the U.S. 9th Army, tour the ruins of Julich, Germany, on the Siegfried Line, March 7, 1945. (AP Photo)

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WWII Canadian Forces in Germany
Cpl. E.A. Nault, of Meadow Lake, Saskatoon, Canada, puts up a sign along the road to Calcar, Germany, March 7, 1945, reminding Allied troops that they are on enemy soil and warning them against fraternizing with the enemy. (AP Photo/Pool/Acme)

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White Rajahs Brooke Family
Lt. Anthony W.D. Brooke, the Rajah Muda of Sarawak, is pictured with his family, his wife, Ranee Muda of Sarawak, Kathleen Mary Brooke, and children Lionel, 4 1/2, Angela, 3, and baby Celia, at home in London, March 7, 1945. Sarawak is actually not a colony but a huge family estate which he hopes he will reclaim from the Japanese invaders. (AP Photo)

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MARTIN MARION 1946
St. Louis Cardinals shortstop Martin Marion, left, and Cardinal president Sam Breardon shake hands just after Marion signed his contract with the Cards in St. Louis, March 7, 1946. (AP Photo)

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EVA PERON + 3

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EVITA JUAN PERON
Maria Eva Duarte de Peron and husband, Argentine President Juan Peron, are shown at an official function in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 7, 1946. (AP Photo)

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CIO Lewis 1947
John L. Lewis, in a dramatic appearance before the Senate Labor Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., emphasizes that he opposes labor legislation, March 7, 1947. "This attempt to gild the economic lily in America." (AP Photo)

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Ship Fire 1947
Fireboats pour water into the burning U.S. liner John Ericsson at Pier 90 in New York, March 7, 1947. The British liner Queen Elizabeth is in background. (AP Photo).

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Federico Fellini and Sergio Amidei
Italian screen-writing team nominated to win the 1946 Academy Award ‘Oscar’ for the best film story, Federico Fellini and Sergio Amidei authors of “Open City”. Winners to be announced on March 13, 1947. Fellini joins his partner at Amidie's apartment March 7, 1947. (AP Photo/ Frank Noel)

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Movies Audio
Radio receivers, tinier than a penny match box, have been developed by Paramount sound men. Director Mitchell Leisen shows the studio hairdresser how to work the antenna into Andrea King’s hairdo in Hollywood, March 7, 1948. A flesh colored plastic tube carries messages to the ear. (AP Photo/Don Brinn)

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JAMES FORRESTAL

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FORRESTAL SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
James. V. Forrestal, Secretary of Defense, appears before the House Armed Services Committee in Washington, D.C., on March 7, 1949. He is urging the establishment of the nation's first uniform code of military justice. (AP Photo)

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TED WILLIAMS

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RED SOX WILLIAMS SPRING TRAINING
Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox outfielder, is shown in the team's dressing room after his first full day workout at their spring training camp in Sarasota, Fl. on March 7, 1949. (AP Photo)

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MICKEY ROONEY MARTHA VICKERS
Actress Martha Vickers and Actor Mickey Rooney cast adoring eyes on each other, at Vicker's home in North Hollywood, Calif., on March 7, 1949. The couple is engaged, however the bride will not be free to wed until late summer when her divorce from publicist A.C. Lyles is final. (AP Photo)

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Princess Elizabeth

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London Princess Elizabeth
Britain's Princess Elizabeth waves to the crowd as she arrives for the State Banquet in honour of the French President Vincent Auriol at Buckingham Palace, London, on March 7, 1950. (AP Photo/Harris)

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Mickey Cohen
Gambler Mickey Cohen, third from right, two of his associates, and two police officers exchange friendly congratulations as they were acquitted on March 7, 1950 at Los Angeles, on charges of conspiracy. They were accused of arranging the release of seven Cohen henchmen who had been picked up as suspects in a beating. Left to right: Eli Lubin, W.S. Wolfe, Jimmy Rist, Cohen, Russell E. Parsons, Jack Swan. (AP Photo/Ira Guldner)

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Harold R. Medina
Federal Judge Harold R. Medina sits in his chambers in Federal Courthouse, New York, on March 7, 1949. The jurist denied a motion by defense attorneys seeking to halt the conspiracy trial of 11 high U.S. Communists because of President Truman's remarks about "traitors." Judge Medina denied several defense motions and late in the day ended nearly eight weeks of legal arguments, calling into his courtroom the panel of from which trial jurors will be selected. (AP Photo)

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Korean War U.S. Soldier
Pfc Richard Coate of Trenton, Ohio, is silhouetted in the doorway of a Korean house as he scans the hills in the background for evidence of enemy activity, March 7, 1951. He is with the U.S. Third Division in the Seoul area of the western front. (AP Photo/Jim Martenhoff)

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Released By Chinese Communists
U.N. Soldiers rest on a strawpile at a medical clearing station somewhere in Korea after their release by Chinese communists. Left to right: Pfc. Robert Duncan, Dayton, O.; Pfc. Joseph Collins, Selmer, N.C.; Cpl. Lawrence Buckland, Sydney, Australia; Lt. Angus MacDonald, Brisbane, Australia, and 1st Lt. George E. Dowrie, Brunswick, Ga. Neither the circumstances nor date of their release was available with this picture, released in Washington March 7, 1951. (AP Photo)

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American Prisoners of War Freed
Two American soldiers greet each other following their release by Chinese communists, after spending 17 days as prisoners, in Korea. The men are Pvt. Robert K. Collins and M/Sgt. Woodrow W. Haines, released at Washington on March 7, 1951. (AP Photo)

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WWII Post War Japan
Hesaya Matsumoto still clutching his camera after being injured in riots at a Korean middle school in Tokyo on March 7, 1951. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)

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Wheelchair Students
Jack Chase, wheelchair student at the University of Illinois at Champaign, Ill., lifts his wheelchair into his car, March 7, 1952. He contracted Polio while serving with U.S. forces in Korea in 1946. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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George Gobel and Lucille Ball
George Gobel gets chucked under the chin by Lucille Ball at the Television Academy’s seventh annual awards dinner at the Moulin Rouge in Hollywood, Los Angeles on March 7, 1955, when Gobel was named the industry’s most outstanding new personality. Miss Ball was a candidate for the Award for Best Actress Starring in a Regular Series, but lost to Loretta Young. Actor Desi Arnaz is to the left. (AP Photo/Dick Strobel)

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ITALY SOFIA LOREN 1957
Italian actress Sophia Loren, right, is greeted by her Mother, Romilda Scicolone, at her arrival at Rome's Ciampino airport, March 7, 1957, returning from the Libyian desert where she was working for nearly two months with Rossano Brazzi and John Wayne on her new movie "Legend Of The Lost". (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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BOBBY KENNEDY + 5

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KENNEDY COUNSEL MEETING
Members of the special Senate committee investigating alleged racketeering in labor and industry huddle around committee counsel Robert F. Kennedy as they confer, March 7, 1957. The subject of the conversation was whether they should institute contempt proceedings against a witness, Clifford Bennett, also known as "Jimmy". Left to right, are: Sen. John McClellan, D-AR; committee chairman, Kennedy; Sen. Joseph McCarthy, R-WI; and Sen. Karl Mundt, R-ND. Man in rear is not identified. (AP Photo/HenryGriffin)

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Tommy Steele
Guitarist Tommy Steele is seen relaxing, March 7, 1957 at Beaconsfield Film Studios, Buckinghamshire, England. Rock ?N Roll expert Tommy is playing himself in ?The Tommy Steele Story? that is now before the cameras at Beaconsfield. But he didn?t work on any rock sequences, that?s why his guitar remains covered up in the corner (left). (AP Photo)

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Hungarian Revolution
Hungarian soldiers re-erect their elaborate barbed wire entanglements along the Austro-Hungarian frontier at Heiligenkreuz, March 7, 1957. The damage was done to the almost impenetrable border fence during the Hungarian Revolution. An armed Austrian border guard looks on at right. (AP Photo)

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Joseph McCarthy with wife and Tierney Elizabeth
Senator Joseph McCarthy (R-Wis) and his wife, who holds Tierney Elizabeth, pose at their home with 10-year-old Betsy Tuttle of Eagle River, Wisconsin, a house guest on March 7, 1957. McCarthy, who was not invited to a White House reception for congress members and their wives, said he could not have attended the Tuesday affair because of a prior commitment – the entertainment in his home of Betsy and her father, H.S. (Ben) Tuttle. Obtained for her by McCarthy at a dinner given by Senator Styles Bridges (R-NH) last night. (AP Photo)

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Jack McCartan

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Jack McCartan
Jack McCartan, 24-year-old goalie who led the United States to its first Olympic hockey gold medal in the Winter games at Squaw Valley, relaxes in dressing room at Madison Square Garden in New York on March 7, 1960, after his debut as net tender for the New York Rangers. McCartan made 33 saves, 14 in the final period, as the Rangers topped the Detroit Red Wings 3 to 1. A bruised upper lip is a battle mark. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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American actress Tina Louise
American actress Tina Louise descends the ramp of the plane that carried her to Rome’s Ciampino airport, March 7, 1960. The young actress arrived here to play the leading part in a new film, “Sappho, Venus of Lesbos” on which shooting soon will start at the Cinecitta’ movie studios at the outskirts of Rome. The main male role will be played by American actor Kerwin Mathews. (AP Photo/Mario Torrisi)

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Boxing Terry Downes and Willie Green
British middleweight champion Terry Downes, right, and Wild Willie Green from Warwick, Rhode Island, shake hands at their weight-in at Joe Bloom’s Gymnasium, in London, on March 7, 1961. They meet over ten rounds at London’s Wembley Pool that night. (AP Photo)

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Italy Rome Ellen and Alice Kessler
German twins, dancers-actresses Alice and Ellen Kessler, left, perform a dance in Rome’s, Italy fashionable Via Veneto street on March 7, 1961, as they leave a night club holding gifts. (AP Photo)

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England Terry Spinks and Dave Hilton
Terry Spinks, right, British featherweight champion, and Dave Hilton, the Canadian champion, shake hands at their weigh-in at Joe Bloom’s Gymnasium, in London, on March 7, 1961. They meet in a non-title ten-rounder at the Empire Pool, Wembley. (AP Photo)

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Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood
Warren Beatty and Natalie Wood have eyes only for each other at the Milton Berle opening in Los Angeles' Coconut Grove, March 7, 1962. (AP Photo/Harold P. Matosian)

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John XXIII Ash Wednesday 1962
Pope John XXIII blesses the crowd as he leaves Santa Sabina Basilica near the Vatican, March 7, 1962 which he visited to take part in procession of priests and parishioners in a ceremony Ash Wednesday, marking the first day of Lent. Smudge of ash appears on forehead of the 80 year-old pontiff. (AP Photo)

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Fashion 1962
Paris designer Hubert de Givenchy includes this cocktail dress in his spring collection on March 7, 1962. It is in Pink Organza satin embroidered with Polka dots. The belt, bow and glace gloves are white. (AP Photo)

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Hypnosis
David Harold Kerns, just 24 hours old, is held by his mother, Mrs. Harold L. Kerns, at Kanawha Valley Hospital after delivery under hypnotic trance induced by telephone conversation in Charleston, West Virginia, March 7, 1962. Holding telephone is nurse Patricia Frazier. (AP Photo)

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Van Johnson Claire Wilcox
Actor Van Johnson, pictured on the set of "Wives and Lovers" with child actress Claire Wilcox, on March 7, 1963. (AP Photo)

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Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) at The Bitter End, a Greenwich Village spot in New York's Bohemian Quarter on March 7, 1963. The reason the man who calls himself the "greatest" as a fighter, was chosen as the winner during a verse reading session with the village's "inner circle of poets" competing. (AP Photo/John Rooney)

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Diane Sawyer Wears Crown Flower show
Diane Sawyer, 18-year-old Wellesley College freshman from Louisville, Ky., wears crown of roses after her coronation as Queen of the 47th international flower show in New York Feb. 12, 1964. She will reign during the show to be held March 7-15 at the New York Coliseum. Diane was chosen America’s Junior Miss of 1963 at nationwide competitor in Mobile, Ala., in March a year ago. (AP Photo/Anthony Camerano)

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Tibet Peopel Refugees Children In Englalnd
Four young Tibetan boys, some of the 21 Tibetan refugee children now settling in at the Pestalozzi children?s village at Sedlescombe, near Battle, Sussex, England, enjoy a game of ball near their cedar wood house in the village on March 7, 1963. The children, who fled from the Chinese in 1956, are making new lives in Britain, after being specially nominated to come to this country by the Dalai Lama himself. He hopes they will be trained as doctors, teachers or in other skilled professions so they way eventually go back to their own land and help others less fortunate than themselves. (AP Photo)

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Selma Civil Rights March 1965
State troopers swing billy clubs to break up a civil rights voting march in Selma, Ala., March 7, 1965. John Lewis, chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (in the foreground) is being beaten by a state trooper. Lewis, a future U.S. Congressman sustained a fractured skull. (AP Photo)

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VOTER RIGHTS BLOODY SUNDAY
Tear gas fumes fill the air as state troopers, ordered by Gov. George Wallace, break up a demonstration march in Selma, Ala., on what is known as Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965. As several hundred marchers crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge to begin their protest march to Montgomery, state troopers violently assaulted the crowd with clubs and whips. A shocked nation watched the police brutality on television and demanded that Washington intervene and protect voter registration rights for blacks. (AP Photo)

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SELMA VOTER RIGHTS TROOPERS
Alabama state troopers wearing masks round up stragglers in a heavy cloud of tear gas after breaking up a civil rights voter registration march in Selma, Ala., March 7, 1965. (AP Photo)

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