Today in History: March 22

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New world champion Tara Lipinski reacts after her free program at the World Figure Skating Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland on Saturday, March 22, 1997. The 14-year-old Lipinski is the youngest ever to win the world title. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

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President Franklin Roosevelt receiving the scroll of membership to Phi Kappa Literary Society of the University of Georgia from Lee Price at Warm Springs, Ga., March 22, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Convicted Long Island Rail Road gunman Colin Ferguson is led in handcuffs and shackles from the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola, N.Y., after he was sentenced Wednesday, March 22,1995.(AP Photo/Kevin Larkin)

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An Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent stands in the rain at a barricade north of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Monday, March 22, 1993. The 23-day standoff with David Koresh and his followers continues. (AP Photo/George Widman)

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Prince & The New Power Generation perform the Worcester Memorial Auditorium in Worcester, Mass., March, 22, 1993. Prince has not undertaken a U.S. concert tour since the "Lovesexy Tour" in 1988. (AP Photo/Paula Scully)

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Branch Davidian cult members leave federal courthouse in Waco, Texas on Monday, March 22, 1993 following a hearing. The 23-day standoff between David Koresh, his followers and federal agents continues. They are identified as front right to rear: James Lawten, 70; Brad Branch, 34; Kevin Whitecliff, 31, Ofelia Santoyo, 62; Gladys Ottman, 67; Sheila Martin, 46. (AP Photo/George Widman)

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Democratic presidential Hopeful Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas reaches out to shake a hand as he arrived in New Haven, Sunday, March 22, 1992 for a day of campaigning. Connecticut voters go to the polls on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

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Antoine Miller, one of three defendants charged with beating truck driver Reginald Denny in the Los Angeles riots a year ago, sits in a Los Angeles courtroom during a pre-trial hearing on Monday, March 22, 1993. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Pamela Smart comes into court at the Rockingham Superior Court House in Exeter, New Hampshire on Friday, March 22, 1991, where she was found guilty on all three charges related to her involvement in the murder of her husband Gregory Smart. Smart was convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. (AP Photo/Lisa Bul)

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A group of Iraqi soldiers man a checkpoint in the town of Um Qasr, Friday, March 22, 1991 in Iraq facing an American checkpoint manned by the 3rd Armored Division soldiers. As Iraqi and American troops eyeball each other across the ceasefire demarcation line, the only shooting is between Saddam Hussein's government forces and rebels seeking to topple his government. (AP Photo/Tannen Maury)

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Four Los Angeles police officers await arraignment in a Los Angeles courtroom on Friday, March 22, 1991 for the beating of black motorist Rodney King in early March. The officers, seated from left, are Stacey Koon, Timothy Wind, Ted Briseno and Laurence Powell. The arraignment was postponed until next week. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Joseph Hazelwood, right, with his arm around his lawyer, Michael Chalos, tells a news conference on Thursday, March 22, 1990, in Anchorage he is pleased with the verdict and wants to return to the sea. Hazelwood was acquitted of three major charges and convicted of one misdemeanor in the grounding of the Exxon Valdez on March 24 in Prince William Sound. (AP Photo/Jack Smith)

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Rescue personnel go over the wreckage of a USAir commuter plane in New York, March 22, 1992. The plane, USAir Flight 405 carrying 51 people bound for Cleveland, skidded part way into the frigid water of Flushing Bay after an attempted take off from LaGuardia Airport. Twenty seven people were killed in the accident. (AP Photo/Richard Harbus)

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Real estate magnate Donald Trump poses in front of one of three Sikorsky helicopters at New York Port Authority's West 30 Street Heliport on March 22, 1988. (AP Photo/Wilbur Funches)

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Providence's Darryl Wright cuts the net from the basket after his team defeated Georgetown, 88-73, for the NCAA Southeast Regional Championship, Saturday, March 22, 1987 in Louisville. (AP Photo/Rob Kozloff)

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Gambler Mickey Cohen is booked on March 22, 1949 on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder by Deputy Shierff Ken White. He was arrested after charges were made that seven of his henchmen, arrested when seen leaving the scene of a brutal beating, were quickly released on "hush-up" orders. The charges brought about a wide investigation of the Los Angeles police department. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)

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Six-month-old Jesse John Clark makes a gesture of confidence in his father, computer whiz Steve Wozniak during a new conference at which Wozniak announced his plans for a second US Festival for the Memorial Day weekend, in Los Angeles, March 22, 1983. The child was born during the first US Festival the previous September, an extensive rock music and computer technology celebration near San Bernadino, Calif. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

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A military vehicle stands outside of the Coca-Cola Company in Managua, Nicaragua, March 22, 1983. The former general manager of the company, Adolfo Calero, was accused by the Sandinista government of being a leader of anti-Sandinista Contra forces and giving money from the company to finance anti-government guerrillas operating from Honduras. (AP Photo)

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Era opponent Phyllis Schlafly faces reporters on Thursday, March 22, 1979 at the National Press Club in Washington, the last day of the seven-year-time-period states were given by Congress to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. She stands beneath a photograph of the Capitol. (AP Photo/ Harvey Georges)

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From left, Belgian representative to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Prince Alexandre de Merode, President of the Belgian Olympic Committee Raoul Mollet, General Secretary of the U.S. Olympic Committee Col. F. Don Miller, and President of the West German Olympic Committee Willi Daume, during a meeting, March 22, 1980 in Brussels, of officials from 18 Western European Olympic committees to discuss a possible boycott of the Olympic games in Moscow. (AP Photo)

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Standing at the podium at an anti-Equal Rights Amendment dinner in Washington are, from left: Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.), activist Phyllis Schlafly, and Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), March 22, 1979. The dinner was held to celebrate the date of what would have been the expiration of the seven-year ratification period for the ERA before its extension by Congress. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Former Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife Linda clown on a river boat on the Thames, March 22, 1978 during a trip to promote their new "London Town" album by McCartney and his band Wings. The famed London Tower Bridge is in background. (AP Photo)

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A young Lebanese youth listens to a local radio station about the latest situation in Lebanon, as Israeli forces encircle his hometown of Tyre Tuesday afternoon, March 22, 1978. Moments later a ceasefire announcement brought cheers all around. (AP Photo/Bob Dear)

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Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., who helped lead the fight for passage by the Senate of a constitutional amendment giving women equal rights, talks about the vote in Washington on Wednesday, March 22, 1972 after congressional approval. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Italian driver Nanni Galli, coasts to a halt as his left rear wheel runs alongside him at the end of the first lap of the Sebring 12-hour Endurance Race, in Sebring Fla., on March 22, 1969. Repairs were made to the car and resumed in the race. (AP Photo)

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Former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter is shown as he made an appearance at the Atlanta 500 Stock Car Race in Hampton, Georgia, March 22, 1976. Carter is currently the front runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. (AP Photo)

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Armored personnel carriers and tanks are lined up for an assault of North Vietnamese positions in the Michelin rubber plantation, 40 miles northwest of Saigon on March 22, 1969. Two squadrons of the 11th Armored Regiment under Colonel George Patton Jr. are involved in a massive Allied counter offensive. The offensive aims at preempting North Vietnamese attacks against the Vietnamese capital. So far the 11th Armored Regiment has killed more than 300 North Vietnamese in Operation “Atlas Wedge." (AP Photo/Johner)

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Actor Paul Newman is seen at Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wis., March 22, 1968, in support of presidential candidate Sen. Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota. (AP Photo)

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Mr. Ed visits a beach beatnik art colony with his TV friend, Alan Young, March 22, 1962. (AP Photo)

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British fashion model Twiggy, 17, is kissed on the cheek by her manager and partner, Justin De Villeneuve, at a party in her honor in New York City on March 22, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Referee John LoBianco directs champion Muhammad Ali to a neutral corner before he started the knockout count over prostrate challenger Zora Folley in seventh round of heavyweight little fight. Ali was declared victor on a knockout at 1:48 of the round in fight in New York's Madison Square Garden, March 22, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Princeton University's William Kock, left, passes the ball to teammate Bill Bradley (42) during a game against Wichita State in Portland, Ore., March 22, 1965. Bradley then scored two of his record setting 58 points in the NCAA Consolidation game. Princeton won 118-82 to take third place in the championship tournament. (AP Photo)

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FILE-In this March 22, 1959, file photo, Fidel Castro, Cuba's Prime Minister, salutes the crowd at labor rally supporting him in Havana. Causes across the political spectrum have long used distinctive salutes to identify themselves. When Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right suspect in the massacre of 77 people in Norway, pulled his right hand to his chest and then thrust his arm out with a clenched fist after an Oslo courtroom guard removed his handcuffs on Monday, April 16, 2012; it was hardly the first time such a salute has been flashed. (AP Photo/File)

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Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio are pictured together in a cabana on Redington Beach near St. Petersburg, Florida, on March 22, 1961. (AP Photo)

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"Moondog" is the name this blind man gives himself. His eccentric costume is familiar around Manhattan. He writes poetry and music in Braille and hands out his compositions free. He will, however accept contributions on March 22,1953 in New york. (AP Photo)

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is welcomed with a kiss by his wife Coretta after leaving court in Montgomery, Ala., March 22, 1956. King was found guilty of conspiracy to boycott city buses in a campaign to desegregate the bus system, but a judge suspended his $500 fine pending appeal. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Former President Harry S. Truman, his wife Bess and their daughter Margaret take a walk on the deck of the liner President Cleveland prior to its departure from San Francisco for Hawaii via Los Angeles, March 22, 1953. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

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The Theodore James family lives in a 16-foot square tent outside the city of Tulare, in California's San Joaquin valley, shown March 22, 1950. James, 49, is a part-time picker and truck driver who recently was on country work relief drawing $22 a week. The family has lived in the tent for three years and doesn't have much hope for anything better. They pay $15 a month rent. Left to right: Mrs. James holding Ronald James, 1; Carroll James, 4; Bruce James, 6; James, holding Ronald's twin brother, Donald James; Richard James, 21, and Phillip James, 20. Two other children live away from home. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Russian composer and chairman of the Russian peace delegation Dmitri Shostakovich, right, is seen at Berlin's, Germany, Tempelhof airport, March 22, 1949. This evening he will fly with the rest of the delegation to the USA, to take part at the World Peace Conference in New York March 25, 1949. (AP Photo/Str) --- Der russische Komponist Dmitri Schostakowitsch, rechts, vorsitzendes Mitglied der russischen Friedensdelegation, auf dem Berliner Flughafen Tempelhof am 22. Maerz 1949. Heute abend wird er mit den anderen Mitgliedern der Delegation weiter in die USA fliegen, um an der am 25. Maerz 1949 in New York stattfindenden Weltfriedenskonferenz teilzunehmen. (AP Photo/Str)

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An Avenger Aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm crashes while landing on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, March 22, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Lord Louis Mountbatten, interim governor-general of India, and Lady Mountbatten, foreground right, walk in stocking feet following the custom of removing shoes in a temple during their visit to the Schwe Dagon Pagoda in Rangoon, Burma, March 22, 1948. The main spire of the pagoda, largest Buddhist pagoda in the world, is covered with gold leaf. (AP Photo)

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Mildred "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias shown at Fort Myers, Fla. when she pitched one inning for the Athletics against the Brooklyn Dodgers, March 22, 1934. (AP Photo)

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The home of President Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York, on March 22, 1939. (AP Photo)

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A specially designed gas mask for horses is being tested by this horse. The test took place in London, March 22, 1941, at a demonstration arranged by the National Air Raid Precautions Animals Committee. (AP Photo)

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Flags of the National Socialists with their Swastika emblems decorate the crowded "Sportpalast" (Sports Palace) in Berlin, Germany, March 22, 1938. Some 12,000 guests have come to listen to the speech of Reichsminister Joseph Goebbels on the first referendum for Greater Germany. EDS not: Banner reads "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuehrer" (One Nation, One Empire, One Leader). (AP Photo)

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A demonstration of Oxford aircraft was given at the Air Ministry’s flying training school at Wittering, Northants. Three of the Oxford aircraft winging their way over Wittering, England, in formation, on March 22, 1938. (AP Photo)

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This is an exterior view of the British Consulate, in Vienna, Austria, on March 22, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Hitler's elite S.S. Storm Troopers listen to an election speech by their leader Paul Moder, unseen, in the Lustgarten, Berlin, on March 22, 1936. (AP Photo)

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As flood waters roll away, workers tackle the job of clearing debris from the street-level floor of the large department store Joseph Horn Company in Pittsburgh, Pa., March 22, 1936. (AP Photo)

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A photograph of a deadheat finish in the mile event of the Oxford-Cambridge track meet in London features Jack Lovelock (16), seen March 22, 1934, with A.B. Leach (17) keeping up. Their time was far below that of July 15, last year, when Lovelock ran the greatest mile in history. His time at that event was 4 minute, 7.6 second4. (AP Photo)

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The Fleet Air Arm, which carried out numerous attacks on warships, engages in the comined manoeuvres in the Atlantic, March 22, 1935. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act, or "Beer Bill", March 22, 1933, which will permit the sale of beer and wine containing 3.2% alcohol starting April 6. He is seen with the Congressional sponsors of the bill, from left to right: Representatives Claude V. Parsons of Illinois and John McCormack of Massachusetts; H.V. Hesselman, clerk in charge of enrolling bills; Representatives John Joseph O'Connor and Thomas Henry Cullen of New York; and Adolph Sabath of Illinois. (AP Photo)

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President Gamal Abdel Nasser addresses Egyptian troops on parade during ceremonies to raise the Egyptian flag over Camp Shalupa in the Suez Canal Zone, March 22, 1955. (AP Photo)

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For the first time for many years the combined British Atlantic and Mediterranean fleets met at the Rock of Gibraltar on March 22, 1931, after the Spring Manoeuvres. (AP Photo)

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Models demonstrate an ultra-violet ray group irradiation "merry-go-round" device during a preview at the Greater New York Safety Council's Annual Convention at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York, March 22, 1943. The apparatus, an adaptation a British invention, is used to promote employee health and reduce absenteeism in war plants. The platform, which is set to music, is geared to twelve revolutions an hour, holds ten workers at a time and provides violet ray application for 100 employees per hour. (AP Photo/Robert Kradin)

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Bobby Jones, the grand slam golfer, and Paul Runyan are seen during the first day's play of the $5,000 Augusta National Invitational at Augusta, Ga., March 22, 1934. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin Roosevelt receiving the scroll of membership to Phi Kappa Literary Society of the University of Georgia from Lee Price at Warm Springs, Ga., March 22, 1937. (AP Photo)

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New world champion Tara Lipinski reacts after her free program at the World Figure Skating Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland on Saturday, March 22, 1997. The 14-year-old Lipinski is the youngest ever to win the world title. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

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Two men chat in the background of a TV showing the video of three masked members of the Basque separatist group ETA declaring a permanent cease-fire, in Valencia, Spain, Wednesday, March 22, 2006. The Basque separatist group ETA announced on Wednesday a permanent cease-fire, bringing a dramatic end to a decades-long campaign of violence and closing the door on one of Western Europe's last active armed separatist movements. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

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Convicted Long Island Rail Road gunman Colin Ferguson is led in handcuffs and shackles from the Nassau County Courthouse in Mineola, N.Y., after he was sentenced Wednesday, March 22,1995.(AP Photo/Kevin Larkin)

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Prince & The New Power Generation perform the Worcester Memorial Auditorium in Worcester, Mass., March, 22, 1993. Prince has not undertaken a U.S. concert tour since the "Lovesexy Tour" in 1988. (AP Photo/Paula Scully)

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An Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agent stands in the rain at a barricade north of the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, Texas on Monday, March 22, 1993. The 23-day standoff with David Koresh and his followers continues. (AP Photo/George Widman)

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Branch Davidian cult members leave federal courthouse in Waco, Texas on Monday, March 22, 1993 following a hearing. The 23-day standoff between David Koresh, his followers and federal agents continues. They are identified as front right to rear: James Lawten, 70; Brad Branch, 34; Kevin Whitecliff, 31, Ofelia Santoyo, 62; Gladys Ottman, 67; Sheila Martin, 46. (AP Photo/George Widman)

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Democratic presidential Hopeful Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas reaches out to shake a hand as he arrived in New Haven, Sunday, March 22, 1992 for a day of campaigning. Connecticut voters go to the polls on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

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Pamela Smart comes into court at the Rockingham Superior Court House in Exeter, New Hampshire on Friday, March 22, 1991, where she was found guilty on all three charges related to her involvement in the murder of her husband Gregory Smart. Smart was convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole. (AP Photo/Lisa Bul)

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Antoine Miller, one of three defendants charged with beating truck driver Reginald Denny in the Los Angeles riots a year ago, sits in a Los Angeles courtroom during a pre-trial hearing on Monday, March 22, 1993. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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Four Los Angeles police officers await arraignment in a Los Angeles courtroom on Friday, March 22, 1991 for the beating of black motorist Rodney King in early March. The officers, seated from left, are Stacey Koon, Timothy Wind, Ted Briseno and Laurence Powell. The arraignment was postponed until next week. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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A group of Iraqi soldiers man a checkpoint in the town of Um Qasr, Friday, March 22, 1991 in Iraq facing an American checkpoint manned by the 3rd Armored Division soldiers. As Iraqi and American troops eyeball each other across the ceasefire demarcation line, the only shooting is between Saddam Hussein's government forces and rebels seeking to topple his government. (AP Photo/Tannen Maury)

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Joseph Hazelwood, right, with his arm around his lawyer, Michael Chalos, tells a news conference on Thursday, March 22, 1990, in Anchorage he is pleased with the verdict and wants to return to the sea. Hazelwood was acquitted of three major charges and convicted of one misdemeanor in the grounding of the Exxon Valdez on March 24 in Prince William Sound. (AP Photo/Jack Smith)

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Rescue personnel go over the wreckage of a USAir commuter plane in New York, March 22, 1992. The plane, USAir Flight 405 carrying 51 people bound for Cleveland, skidded part way into the frigid water of Flushing Bay after an attempted take off from LaGuardia Airport. Twenty seven people were killed in the accident. (AP Photo/Richard Harbus)

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Real estate magnate Donald Trump poses in front of one of three Sikorsky helicopters at New York Port Authority's West 30 Street Heliport on March 22, 1988. (AP Photo/Wilbur Funches)

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Providence's Darryl Wright cuts the net from the basket after his team defeated Georgetown, 88-73, for the NCAA Southeast Regional Championship, Saturday, March 22, 1987 in Louisville. (AP Photo/Rob Kozloff)

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Gambler Mickey Cohen is booked on March 22, 1949 on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder by Deputy Shierff Ken White. He was arrested after charges were made that seven of his henchmen, arrested when seen leaving the scene of a brutal beating, were quickly released on "hush-up" orders. The charges brought about a wide investigation of the Los Angeles police department. (AP Photo/Harold Filan)

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Six-month-old Jesse John Clark makes a gesture of confidence in his father, computer whiz Steve Wozniak during a new conference at which Wozniak announced his plans for a second US Festival for the Memorial Day weekend, in Los Angeles, March 22, 1983. The child was born during the first US Festival the previous September, an extensive rock music and computer technology celebration near San Bernadino, Calif. (AP Photo/Wally Fong)

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A military vehicle stands outside of the Coca-Cola Company in Managua, Nicaragua, March 22, 1983. The former general manager of the company, Adolfo Calero, was accused by the Sandinista government of being a leader of anti-Sandinista Contra forces and giving money from the company to finance anti-government guerrillas operating from Honduras. (AP Photo)

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Era opponent Phyllis Schlafly faces reporters on Thursday, March 22, 1979 at the National Press Club in Washington, the last day of the seven-year-time-period states were given by Congress to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. She stands beneath a photograph of the Capitol. (AP Photo/ Harvey Georges)

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From left, Belgian representative to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Prince Alexandre de Merode, President of the Belgian Olympic Committee Raoul Mollet, General Secretary of the U.S. Olympic Committee Col. F. Don Miller, and President of the West German Olympic Committee Willi Daume, during a meeting, March 22, 1980 in Brussels, of officials from 18 Western European Olympic committees to discuss a possible boycott of the Olympic games in Moscow. (AP Photo)

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Standing at the podium at an anti-Equal Rights Amendment dinner in Washington are, from left: Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.), activist Phyllis Schlafly, and Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), March 22, 1979. The dinner was held to celebrate the date of what would have been the expiration of the seven-year ratification period for the ERA before its extension by Congress. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Former Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife Linda clown on a river boat on the Thames, March 22, 1978 during a trip to promote their new "London Town" album by McCartney and his band Wings. The famed London Tower Bridge is in background. (AP Photo)

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A young Lebanese youth listens to a local radio station about the latest situation in Lebanon, as Israeli forces encircle his hometown of Tyre Tuesday afternoon, March 22, 1978. Moments later a ceasefire announcement brought cheers all around. (AP Photo/Bob Dear)

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Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind., who helped lead the fight for passage by the Senate of a constitutional amendment giving women equal rights, talks about the vote in Washington on Wednesday, March 22, 1972 after congressional approval. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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Former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter is shown as he made an appearance at the Atlanta 500 Stock Car Race in Hampton, Georgia, March 22, 1976. Carter is currently the front runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. (AP Photo)

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Italian driver Nanni Galli, coasts to a halt as his left rear wheel runs alongside him at the end of the first lap of the Sebring 12-hour Endurance Race, in Sebring Fla., on March 22, 1969. Repairs were made to the car and resumed in the race. (AP Photo)

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Actor Paul Newman is seen at Alverno College in Milwaukee, Wis., March 22, 1968, in support of presidential candidate Sen. Eugene McCarthy of Minnesota. (AP Photo)

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Armored personnel carriers and tanks are lined up for an assault of North Vietnamese positions in the Michelin rubber plantation, 40 miles northwest of Saigon on March 22, 1969. Two squadrons of the 11th Armored Regiment under Colonel George Patton Jr. are involved in a massive Allied counter offensive. The offensive aims at preempting North Vietnamese attacks against the Vietnamese capital. So far the 11th Armored Regiment has killed more than 300 North Vietnamese in Operation “Atlas Wedge." (AP Photo/Johner)

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Mr. Ed visits a beach beatnik art colony with his TV friend, Alan Young, March 22, 1962. (AP Photo)

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British fashion model Twiggy, 17, is kissed on the cheek by her manager and partner, Justin De Villeneuve, at a party in her honor in New York City on March 22, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Referee John LoBianco directs champion Muhammad Ali to a neutral corner before he started the knockout count over prostrate challenger Zora Folley in seventh round of heavyweight little fight. Ali was declared victor on a knockout at 1:48 of the round in fight in New York's Madison Square Garden, March 22, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Princeton University's William Kock, left, passes the ball to teammate Bill Bradley (42) during a game against Wichita State in Portland, Ore., March 22, 1965. Bradley then scored two of his record setting 58 points in the NCAA Consolidation game. Princeton won 118-82 to take third place in the championship tournament. (AP Photo)

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FILE-In this March 22, 1959, file photo, Fidel Castro, Cuba's Prime Minister, salutes the crowd at labor rally supporting him in Havana. Causes across the political spectrum have long used distinctive salutes to identify themselves. When Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right suspect in the massacre of 77 people in Norway, pulled his right hand to his chest and then thrust his arm out with a clenched fist after an Oslo courtroom guard removed his handcuffs on Monday, April 16, 2012; it was hardly the first time such a salute has been flashed. (AP Photo/File)

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Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio are pictured together in a cabana on Redington Beach near St. Petersburg, Florida, on March 22, 1961. (AP Photo)

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is welcomed with a kiss by his wife Coretta after leaving court in Montgomery, Ala., March 22, 1956. King was found guilty of conspiracy to boycott city buses in a campaign to desegregate the bus system, but a judge suspended his $500 fine pending appeal. (AP Photo/Gene Herrick)

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Former President Harry S. Truman, his wife Bess and their daughter Margaret take a walk on the deck of the liner President Cleveland prior to its departure from San Francisco for Hawaii via Los Angeles, March 22, 1953. (AP Photo/Ernest K. Bennett)

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"Moondog" is the name this blind man gives himself. His eccentric costume is familiar around Manhattan. He writes poetry and music in Braille and hands out his compositions free. He will, however accept contributions on March 22,1953 in New york. (AP Photo)

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The Theodore James family lives in a 16-foot square tent outside the city of Tulare, in California's San Joaquin valley, shown March 22, 1950. James, 49, is a part-time picker and truck driver who recently was on country work relief drawing $22 a week. The family has lived in the tent for three years and doesn't have much hope for anything better. They pay $15 a month rent. Left to right: Mrs. James holding Ronald James, 1; Carroll James, 4; Bruce James, 6; James, holding Ronald's twin brother, Donald James; Richard James, 21, and Phillip James, 20. Two other children live away from home. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Lord Louis Mountbatten, interim governor-general of India, and Lady Mountbatten, foreground right, walk in stocking feet following the custom of removing shoes in a temple during their visit to the Schwe Dagon Pagoda in Rangoon, Burma, March 22, 1948. The main spire of the pagoda, largest Buddhist pagoda in the world, is covered with gold leaf. (AP Photo)

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An Avenger Aircraft of the Fleet Air Arm crashes while landing on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier, March 22, 1945. (AP Photo)

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Russian composer and chairman of the Russian peace delegation Dmitri Shostakovich, right, is seen at Berlin's, Germany, Tempelhof airport, March 22, 1949. This evening he will fly with the rest of the delegation to the USA, to take part at the World Peace Conference in New York March 25, 1949. (AP Photo/Str) --- Der russische Komponist Dmitri Schostakowitsch, rechts, vorsitzendes Mitglied der russischen Friedensdelegation, auf dem Berliner Flughafen Tempelhof am 22. Maerz 1949. Heute abend wird er mit den anderen Mitgliedern der Delegation weiter in die USA fliegen, um an der am 25. Maerz 1949 in New York stattfindenden Weltfriedenskonferenz teilzunehmen. (AP Photo/Str)

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The home of President Roosevelt in Hyde Park, New York, on March 22, 1939. (AP Photo)

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A specially designed gas mask for horses is being tested by this horse. The test took place in London, March 22, 1941, at a demonstration arranged by the National Air Raid Precautions Animals Committee. (AP Photo)

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Mildred "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias shown at Fort Myers, Fla. when she pitched one inning for the Athletics against the Brooklyn Dodgers, March 22, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Flags of the National Socialists with their Swastika emblems decorate the crowded "Sportpalast" (Sports Palace) in Berlin, Germany, March 22, 1938. Some 12,000 guests have come to listen to the speech of Reichsminister Joseph Goebbels on the first referendum for Greater Germany. EDS not: Banner reads "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuehrer" (One Nation, One Empire, One Leader). (AP Photo)

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A demonstration of Oxford aircraft was given at the Air Ministry’s flying training school at Wittering, Northants. Three of the Oxford aircraft winging their way over Wittering, England, in formation, on March 22, 1938. (AP Photo)

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This is an exterior view of the British Consulate, in Vienna, Austria, on March 22, 1937. (AP Photo)

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Hitler's elite S.S. Storm Troopers listen to an election speech by their leader Paul Moder, unseen, in the Lustgarten, Berlin, on March 22, 1936. (AP Photo)

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The Fleet Air Arm, which carried out numerous attacks on warships, engages in the comined manoeuvres in the Atlantic, March 22, 1935. (AP Photo)

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A photograph of a deadheat finish in the mile event of the Oxford-Cambridge track meet in London features Jack Lovelock (16), seen March 22, 1934, with A.B. Leach (17) keeping up. Their time was far below that of July 15, last year, when Lovelock ran the greatest mile in history. His time at that event was 4 minute, 7.6 second4. (AP Photo)

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As flood waters roll away, workers tackle the job of clearing debris from the street-level floor of the large department store Joseph Horn Company in Pittsburgh, Pa., March 22, 1936. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Cullen-Harrison Act, or "Beer Bill", March 22, 1933, which will permit the sale of beer and wine containing 3.2% alcohol starting April 6. He is seen with the Congressional sponsors of the bill, from left to right: Representatives Claude V. Parsons of Illinois and John McCormack of Massachusetts; H.V. Hesselman, clerk in charge of enrolling bills; Representatives John Joseph O'Connor and Thomas Henry Cullen of New York; and Adolph Sabath of Illinois. (AP Photo)

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For the first time for many years the combined British Atlantic and Mediterranean fleets met at the Rock of Gibraltar on March 22, 1931, after the Spring Manoeuvres. (AP Photo)

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President Gamal Abdel Nasser addresses Egyptian troops on parade during ceremonies to raise the Egyptian flag over Camp Shalupa in the Suez Canal Zone, March 22, 1955. (AP Photo)

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Bobby Jones, the grand slam golfer, and Paul Runyan are seen during the first day's play of the $5,000 Augusta National Invitational at Augusta, Ga., March 22, 1934. (AP Photo)

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Models demonstrate an ultra-violet ray group irradiation "merry-go-round" device during a preview at the Greater New York Safety Council's Annual Convention at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York, March 22, 1943. The apparatus, an adaptation a British invention, is used to promote employee health and reduce absenteeism in war plants. The platform, which is set to music, is geared to twelve revolutions an hour, holds ten workers at a time and provides violet ray application for 100 employees per hour. (AP Photo/Robert Kradin)

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Two men chat in the background of a TV showing the video of three masked members of the Basque separatist group ETA declaring a permanent cease-fire, in Valencia, Spain, Wednesday, March 22, 2006. The Basque separatist group ETA announced on Wednesday a permanent cease-fire, bringing a dramatic end to a decades-long campaign of violence and closing the door on one of Western Europe's last active armed separatist movements. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)

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