Today in History: June 28

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Oscar-winning film director Steven Spielberg testifies on Capitol Hill before the Senate Judiciary Committee's subcommittee on the Constitution, which was holding hearings on the implementation of the Hate Crime Statistics Act, June 28, 1994 in Washington. (AP Photo/John Duricka)

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FILE - This June 28, 1997, file photo shows Mike Tyson biting into the ear of Evander Holyfield in the third round of their WBA heavyweight match in Las Vegas. Tyson, whose meteoric rise to the pinnacle of boxing and stunning fall from grace was legendary, was selected Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010, for induction into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum. (AP Photo/Jack Smith, File)

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President Clinton and French President Jacques Chirac confer while walking to lunch following the first session of the G7 economic summit in Lyon, France Friday June 28, 1996.(AP Photo/Koji Sasahara}

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Approximate 170 Haitians brought back to Haiti from Jamaica by a U.S. Coast Guard cutter make their way to a processing center at the Port-au-Prince docking area after being repatriated to Haiti on Tuesday, June 28, 1994. The Coast Guard intercepted 1,486 Haitian on Monday equal to two-thirds the number of boat people stopped in all of last year. Thousands of military-tolerated killings and torture cases have taken place since the coup ousting Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide into exile, prompting many people to leave. Haitians in picture are not part of Monday's 1,486. (AP Photo/John McConnico)

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Rioting soccer fans scatter after a sting ball grenade fired by police officers, explodes near the intersection of Florence and Pacific Avenue in Huntington Park, Calif., a Los Angeles suburb, June 28, 1994. Thousands celebrated Mexico's advance in World Cup competition, throwing rocks, bottles and telephone booths at police and sheriff's deputies, who responded with pepper spray and grenades filled with rubber pellets. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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Italy?s Daniele Massaro (19) celebrates his second half goal with his teammate Nicola Berti, right, during the Italy Vs. Mexico Group E World Cup match on Tuesday, June 28, 1994 at Washington?s RFK Stadium. Italy tied with Mexico 1-1 and places third in Group E. Their participation in the next round depends on the results in other groups. (AP Photo/Doug Mills)

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Gail Devers, of Seattle, Wash., clears the hurdles on her way to winning the women's 100-meter hurdles final Sunday, June 28, 1992, at Tad Gormley Stadium in New Orleans, La. Devers becomes the first American woman ever to qualify for the Olympics in the 100-meter dash and the 100-meter hurdles. Devers also set a meet record of 12.55 seconds in the hurdles. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)

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Gregory "Joey" Johnson, 33, in whose name flag burning has been held constitutionally protected, holds a flag sent to him by an unkown well-wisher in New York Wednesday, June 28, 1989. He told a news conference he would take the fifth amendment when asked if he had ever burned an American flag, even though the Supreme Court ruled that he could not be prosecuted for it. (AP Photo/David Cantor)

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This frame from a black-and-white FBI videotape shows Washington Mayor Marion Barry allegedly lighting a crack cocaine pipe in a Washington hotel room on January 18, 1990 as Rasheeda Moore stands behind him. The tape was introduced as evidence by the prosecution during Barry?s drug and perjury trial on June 28, 1990 in Washington. (AP Photo/Barry Thumma)

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The Rev. Jerry Falwell speaks at a press conference at Chicago’s Moody Bible Institute on Thursday, June 28, 1990. The well-known evangelist is scheduled to give the keynote address at Unity 90, the national anti-abortion convention being held in Chicago on June 28 to July 1. (AP Photo/Charles Bennett)

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Confusion prevailed among New York City subway riders when the long-awaited 60-cent fare took effect at the stroke of midnight in New York on June 28, 1980. As midnight came closer and closer, lines at token booths grew longer and longer, and people got more and more impatient waiting in lines for new smaller tokens. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Mayor Ed Koch, center, raises his fists in support of gay and lesbian rights as he marches behind the banner at the head of the Gay-Lesbian Pride Day Parade, Sunday, June 28, 1987, New York. (AP Photo/Frankie Ziths)

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Jazz guitarist B.B. King performs before an enthusiastic audience, Friday, June 28, 1986 at Avery Fisher Hall in New York. In addition to playing the guitar, King Sang, most often meandering blues like “Ain’t Nobody Home.” (AP Photo/Rick Maiman)

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Head of the Missionaries of Charity order Mother Teresa speaks at a breakfast sponsored by Miami "Right to Life," an anti-abortion group, June 28, 1986. The 75 year old nun who is a Nobel Prize winner for her work with India's poor people, said, "If you don't want the child, give it to me. I want it." (AP PHOTO/KATHY WILLENS)

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Actress Elizabeth Taylor and singer Michael Jackson arrive at the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa, Calif., June 28, 1985. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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A view of the peacefull Market Hall area, with St. Martin's Cathedral at left, of Ypres, a small town in Flanders, Belgium, where some of the bloodiest World War I battles were fought 50 years ago, taken on June 28, 1964. Ypres was so damaged during the war that 60,000 workers labored for one year clearing the ruins before rebuilding the town, an undertaking completed only six years later. The physical scars have long disappeared, but at the entrance to the town the Menin Gate is engraved with the names of 54,896 soldiers whose bodies were never recovered. (AP Photo)

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Poland's Zbigniew Boniek heads the ball to score the second goal for his team during the Football World Cup second round match between Poland and Belgium in Barcelona, Spain June 28, 1982. in Barcelona. Poland defeated Belgium 3-0. (AP Photo)

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More than 200,000 people celebrate San Francisco’s Annual Lesbian-Gay Freedom Day parade, June 28, 1981, an event whose theme is “Front Line of Freedom.” A two-mile parade down Market Street, the city’s main artery, featured 40 floats and some 200 contingents. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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West Beirut residents trying to flee their encircled Palestinian-ruled district June 28, 1982. Residents approach a Lebanese Christian Phalange checkpoint in East Beirut while East Beruit residents go to another checkpoint. (AP Photo/Merliac)

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Dexter Gordon performs at the Charlie Parker tribute at Carnegie Hall in New York City on June 28, 1980. (AP Photo)

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Former champion Jimmy Connors of the United States holds his racquet in both hands, as he bounds across Wimbledon's Centre Court in London on Thursday, June 28, 1979, during his Men's Singles match against fellow countryman Marty Riessen. (AP Photo/DP)

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Ted Bundy, left, accused in the Chi Omega sorority sister murders, leans over the table to offer an opinion to defense counsel Dr. Emil Spillman during jury selection for his murder trial, Wednesday, June 28, 1979, Miami, Fla. Bundy is participating in his own defense, along with a team of public defenders. Spillman is an analytical hypnotist. (AP Photo/Pool)

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A smiling President Jimmy Carter shakes hands on Monday, June 25, 1979 in Tokyo with a grinning Japanese Prime Minister Masayoshi Ohira before the two sat down to their first round of talks on issues involving the United States and Japan. Both leaders will attend the June 28-29 economic summit meeting in Tokyo. (AP Photo)

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Rock group Kansas performing at Madison Square Garden in New York City on June 28, 1978. (AP Photo/G. Paul Burnett)

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Vietnamese soldiers survey the ruins of An Loc during a lull in the two-month battle for the province town in Vietnam on June 28, 1972. The North Vietnamese used armor in the siege of the major rubber town, but failed to take An Loc. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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The horizon is upside down to these riders of the Turn of a Century roller coaster at Great America amusement park in Gurnee, Ill., north of Chicago, June 28, 1977. (AP Photo/Charles Knoblock)

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar takes a swing at a pitch while taking batting practice with the Los Angeles Dodgers in Los Angeles, Ca., June 28, 1977. Abdul-Jabbar, a star of the Los Angeles Lakers of the NBA, likes to take batting practice for the fun of it. (AP Photo)

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Visitors line up in foreground to board the tall ship Danmark from Denmark in Newport, Rhode Island on June 28, 1976. Fog kept most of the spectator fleet tied up at nearby piers. The Danmark will leave Newport on Thursday for sail to New York and review of the grand naval fleet on July 4th. (AP Photo/J. Walter Green)

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People line up at the ticket sales booth between 46th and 47th Street to purchase half price theater tickets, in the Times Square area of Manhattan, New York City, on June 28, 1978. (AP Photo)

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Early Wynn, left, with Whitey Ford, center and Hank Greenberg, right, at Mets Old Timers Day in Shea Stadium, New York on June 28, 1975. (AP Photo/Harry Harris)

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Cohy, a three-month-old Chihuahua, nestles in a slipper-shoe in the home of it’s owner Patrick Loebach, in Leonore, Ill., near LaSalle on June 28, 1974. (AP Photo/RDB)

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Seen here is the Piazza Del Popolo in Rome, June 28, 1971, during a speech by the deputy Almirante at a rally organized by MSI, the neo-fascist party, which had record gains at local elections. (AP Photo)

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General view of Seoul, South Korea on June 28, 1973. (AP Photo/Kim Chon-Kil)

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Ted Nugent shown on June 28, 1979 has been playing what his followers affectionately call 'Chainsaw Guitar' the image his fans see of him is one of a wild man .(AP Photo/Mac Allan)

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The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, puts his arm around a senior citizen at Flamingo Park in Miami Beach, June 28, 1972 as a group plays cards. Abernathy visited the park and greeted citizens after a plea before the Miami Beach City Council to allow the setting up of a Resurrection City II at Flamingo Park which is large enough to accommodate some 500 persons and close enough to the convention site. (AP Photo/Mark Foley)

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Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, right, and President of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto shake hands after signing and agreement in the Governor's Mansion, in Simla, India, June 28, 1972. After several days of talks, the agreement calls for the withdrawl of forces from their borders and renunciation of the use of force. (AP Photo)

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American singer Aretha Franklin, center, is taken into custody by a policeman at the airport in Rome, June 28, 1971 when airport officials prevented the singer from taking a flight for Paris following the filing of a complaint by an Italian organizer for a breach of contract. Miss Franklin was released after a search of her luggage. (AP Photo)

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Impresario Bill Graham addresses the crowd at the Fillmore east in New York on Sunday, June 28, 1971. (AP Photo/Ron Frehm)

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Muhammad Ali and his wife Belinda are seen taking a stroll in this June 28, 1971 photo near their home in Chicago, Ill. (AP Photo)

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Peter Fonda, 29-years-old son of Henry Fonda, says he isn't a spokeman for his generation but speaks "only for himself" during an interview June 28, 1969 in Hollywood, Calif. He added: "As for my generation, it was time they started doing their own speaking. There has been too much of the 'silent majority'--at both ends of the generation gap." (AP Photo)

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Rabbi Meir Kahane, center, wearing dark suit, talks with a small band of his followers after the shooting of reputed mob Chieftan Joseph Colombo Sr., during an Italian-American rally on Monday, June 28, 1971 at New York?s Columbus circle. Kahane head of the militant Jewish defense league earlier addressed the rally, saying; ?Joe Colombo came to me and offered his hand in friendship. I was proud to take it?. Kahane was alluding to a march declaration by himself and Colombo that they would join in a fight Afainst Wyat they termed discrimination. (AP Photo)

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Entrance to the Ambassador hotel in Los Angeles, Calif. on June 28, 1968. It was at the Ambassador Hotel that U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy was shot on June 5, 1968 after making a campaign speech. (AP Photo/David F. Smith)

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Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, accused assassin of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, is wheeled to an elevator en route back to his cell in the Los Angeles County Central jail, June 28, 1968 after winning a continuance of three weeks before entering a plea to a charge of murder. With him is his attorney, Russell E. Parsons. Sirhan suffered an injured ankle at the time of his arrest the night, Sen. Kennedy was shot. (AP Photo/George Brich)

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When the Diligenti quintuplets were born in Argentina 25 years ago, their father prevented exploitation or commercialization of their uniqueness. Since that time, they have been together seldom, the first when almost a year old and another time when they celebrated their 15th birthday at Bueno Aires on June 28, 1968. (AP Photo)

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An Arab family digs out the wreckage of their home in Kakilya, June 28, 1967, a Jordanian town now in Israeli hands. The family had evacuated the town when war came to it and returned to find the destruction. (AP Photo)

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First outdoor concert given by the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on June 28, 1967, as some estimated 15,000 onlookers listen to Anna Moffo, Met Opera star who was the featured singer. (AP Photo)

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Argentine soldiers train their submachine guns toward the Government House, Casa Rosada, in Buenos Aires June 28,1966 as ousted President Arturo Illia left the building. An overnight coup by the Military, overthrew the administration of the 65 year-old President (AP Photo)

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Dick Clark is seen in action as executive director of ABC-TV's new musical variety show, "Where The Action Is." June 28, 1965. Clark expects to gross between six and seven million dollars this year from his production complex of varied entertainment for teens. (AP Photo)

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Jazz musician Nina Simone reads a story book to her two-year-old daughter Lisa before departing on a TWA Starstream jet for London from New York City on June 28, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Benny Goodman and his sextet make music on the steps behind the Nation’s Capitol of “The Lively Ones” in Washington June 28, 1963, to be telecast on NBC TV Thursday, July 25. This will be the first of eight programs which will feature top jazz performers and singer .(AP Photo)

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Beatles John Lennon continues to play the guitar as he evades a young fan who wants Lennon's yachting-style cap as a souvenir during the Beatles concert in Rome, Italy, June 28, 1965. (AP Photo)

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Chicago police drag away one of 80 civil rights marchers who were arrested in the Loop after staging a rush hour sit-in on a downtown street in Chicago, June 28, 1965. Leaders of the march, dissatisfied with results of their two-hour meeting with Mayor Daley, ordered marchers to assume "arrest position." (AP Photo)

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Actor Steve McQueen, sits in his new Ford-Cobra roadster, June 28, 1963, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Dick Stroebel)

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u.s. President John F. Kennedy is driven through St. Patrick Street, in Cork, Ireland on June 28, 1963 on the way to city hall to be officially welcomed to town. (AP Photo)

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Ed Kranepool, 17, signed by the New York Mets June 28, 1962 for a rumored $75,000-plus , is shown with his mother, Mrs. Ethel Kranepool, as they visit the Polo grounds in New York. The left-handed first baseman, who hit nine home runs in 1961 for Monroe High School, Bronx, NY (AP Photo/John Lindsay)

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Australia’s Rod Laver in action in the opening round of the all-England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon, England on June 28, 1961. Laver is the favorite to win the tourney. The No. 1 seed, Aussie Neale Fraser, is suffering from water on the knee. On July 1, Laver will meet fellow Australian Bob Hewitt with the winner moving to the quarter finals against Chile’s Luis Ayala. (AP Photo)

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President John Kennedy meets with newsmen June 28, 1961 during a press conference in the State Department auditorium in Washington. It was his first meeting with the press since may 5, 1961. (AP Photo)

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Hollywood movie producer ("Around the World in 80 Days") Mike Todd embraces his wife, British actress Elizabeth Taylor after lunch in Rome, Italy on June 28, 1957. The noted movie couple arrived at late night and will leave again for Milan later. Elizabeth Taylor is reported to be expecting a baby. (AP Photo/Elio Sorei)

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The fishing scooner three brothers rests high and dry on a road after it was tossed from the water as hurricane Audrey ripped through south Louisiana coastal town in Cameron, La., on June 28, 1957. Many boats were tossed ashore or sunk during the first hurricane of the season. (AP Photo/Randy Taylor)

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Circus elephants parade past the Chicago White Sox dugout between double header games with the New York Yankees at Comiskey Park, Chicago, Ill., June 28, 1959. Bill Veeck, president of the Sox, brought in the Cristina Bros., circus to entertain the 40,000 fans. (AP Photo)

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First lady Mamie Doud Eisenhower is seated in the first row as she listens to U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's address to representatives of 15 Muslim nations at the dedication ceremony of the Islamic Center in Washington, on June 28, 1957. (AP Photo)

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Plastic bags filled with garbage pile up outside a cleaners in New York's mid-Manhattan, June 28, 1975, after city sanitation workers refused to pick up trash in a work stoppage that began June 27. Agreement was announced Saturday to lift the suspension of some 200 workers and have them return to work collecting tons of trash that accumulated on the city's East Side. (AP Photo/Suzanne Vlamis)

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Members of a civic group opposed to burlesque shows picket the Reade Paramount Theater, June 28, 1953, in Long Branch, N.J., to protest the opening of the theater for burlesque entertainment. The opening show went on as scheduled. (AP Photo)

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Sir Laurence Olivier, left, his wife Vivien Leigh, center, and actor John Mills, right, go through a soft shoe dance at the midnight revue, "Night of 100 Stars," in the London Palladium to benefit the Actors' Orphanage, June 28, 1956. (AP Photo)

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Singer Paul Robeson addresses the Civil Rights Congress rally at New York's Madison Square Garden, June 28, 1950. (AP Photo/Marty Lederhandler)

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Republic of Korea (ROK) soldiers move in single file toward Korea's east-central front near Lookout Mountain, east of the Pukhan River, on June 28, 1953 during the Korean War. Up to 2,000 Chinese Communists drove the South Koreans from the 1,200 foot peak on June 30. The ROK's regained the position. (AP Photo)

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President Harry Truman, speaking before the annual convention of the American Newspaper Guild in Washington June 28, 1950, expressed hope that the U.S., challenge in Korea to the onward march of communism will mean “peace in the world.” “We must and we shall give every possible assistance to people who are determined to maintain their independence.” He said. (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

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This was the crowded operating room at the Montreal Heart Institute during heart transplant operation on Gaetan Paris, a 49 year old electrical designer, June 28, 1968. Unidentified Surgeons and members of the transplant team operate over table in background. Specialist, right foreground, makes adjustments to the "2 heart lungs" machine. An anesthetist controls his apparatus, left foreground. (AP Photo)

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New York Yankees slugger Joe DiMaggio selects his bat in the dugout as he goes to bat in the the second inning against the Boston Red Sox, June 28, 1949 at Fenway Park in Boston. (AP Photo/FCC)

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Taxi driver Charles De Lorne demonstrates his newly installed Motorola television unit for Aline Edwards in Chicago on June 28, 1948. Using a standard table model, the video set was adapted for use in a Chicago taxicab by George Fyler, television engineer. Requiring only 70 watts of power, a special vibrator enables the set to be installed without added battery power. (AP Photo/Edward Kitch)

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Tokyo city employees demonstrate against the food shortage in Japan on June 28, 1946. (AP Photo)

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Dr. Daniel Ellsberg, alleged source of published reports based on Pentagon Papers, places his hand on his wife's shoulder as he talks to newsmen at the Boston federal building on June 28, 1971. Ellsberg, charged in federal warrants with unauthorized possession of top secret documents and failure to return them, arrived to surrender himself to the U.S. Attorney. (AP Photo)

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General view of the demonstration at the Republican National Convention in Chicago on June 28, 1944, after Gov. Thomas E. Dewey, of New York, was placed in nomination for president of the United States. (AP Photo)

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U.S. Army Air Forces B-29 Superforts of the 58th Bombardment Wing, called the "Hellbirds," bomb targets at the Japanese Naval arsenal in Kure, Honshu island, on June 28, 1945. (AP Photo)

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About 2,000 natives of this hometown of Gov. Thomas E. Dewey gathered in the downtown section of Owosso, Michigan on June 28, 1944, to celebrate his nomination as G.O.P. president of the United States. They are shown cheering and waving their signs during the demonstration. (AP Photo)

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A study of German prisoners taken by the Americans in their drive on Cherbourg, France on June 28, 1944. The fall of Cherbourg ends what General Eisenhower refers to as the “second phase of the campaign of liberation.” (AP Photo/Laurence Harris)

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Japanese prisoners of war walk in single file along the beach headed for prison stockade, June 28, 1944. (AP Photo/Clarence Hamm)

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Beatrice Lillie gives an open air performance aboard a British battleship at Gibraltar when she was appearing in “Spring Party” at a Gibraltar theatre, June 28, 1943. (AP Photo)

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An American Air Corps baseball team played a team drawn from the Quartermasters Co. U.S. Army, on the famous cup final ground, at Wembley Stadium in London on June 28, 1942. (AP Photo)

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Capt. Vincent B. Evans of Henderson, Tex., left, tells a mechanic Shirley Poe about some of the exploits of the famed four-engined bomber "Memphis Belle," at Boston Airport, June 28, 1943. (AP Photo)

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American player Sarah Fabyan, during her match with Mrs. Freda Hammersley, the former Freda James, the British Wightman Cup player, whom she beat 6-2, 6-3, at Wimbledon, London, on June 28, 1939. (AP Photo)

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Against a background war-smashed buildings in a Russian village, two German soldier guard two Russian prisoners June 28, 1941. (AP Photo)

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Boxing champion Joe Louis raises his fist in triumphant, June 28 1939 after he had successfully defended his title against Tony Galento with a fourth round technical knockout at New York's Yankee Stadium. It was the Brown Bomber's seventh successful title defense. (AP Photo)

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This is the portal of the religious Buddhist shrine in the sacred city of Lhassa in Tibet, China on June 28, 1939. This monastery is the living place of the Dalai Lama. (AP Photo)

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It is rice-harvest time in Japan, to farmers the most important period of the year. Like bread to westerners, rice is the staff of life to Japan. A straw-hatted Japanese woman gathering a bumper rice harvest in the interior of Japan, on June 28, 1937. The strands of straw carried on her back are used for tying bundles of rice together. (AP Photo)

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Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover, is seen with his bodyguards in Washington on June 28, 1937. (AP Photo)

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt is shown aboard the Amberjack II at Lakeman Bay, Maine, with his Ambassador-at-Large Norman H. Davis, as they conferred on the Geneva Disarmament Conference, June 28, 1933. (AP Photo)

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Professor Albert Einstein, famous scientist, (left) and M. Edouard Herriot, noted French statesman, in procession for commemoration day exercises at the University of Glasgow, Scotland June 28, 1933. They were given the degree of Doctor of Laws. (AP Photo)

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Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and Col. Norman Schwarzkopf, head of the New Jersey state police, photographed as they entered the courthouse at Flemington, New Jersey on June 28, 1932. Lindbergh testified during the trial of John Hughes Curtis, that activities of the impeded his own and police efforts. (AP Photo)

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A young Arab girl carrying pitchers wanders through the debris of some of the wrecked homes in Kalkilya, Jordan, June 28, 1967. (AP Photo)

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Senator Huey Long from Louisiana shown here at the Democratic National Convention at the speakers platform defending his group of delegates in Chicago, Il. on June 28, 1932. (AP Photo)

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Three friends and Hollywood stars, Harold Lloyd, Charlie Chaplin, and Douglas Fairbanks, from left, share a moment in this June 28, 1932 photograph. (AP Photo)

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At Palace of Versailles in Paris, the treaty marking the close of World War I was signed by representatives of the Allied Powers and of Germany, June 28, 1919 in Paris, France. (AP Photo)

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This is a general view of the Democratic National Convention held in San Francisco, June 28, 1920 in the Civic Auditorium. (AP Photo)

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The Paul Revere House, with an American flag in front is shown in Boston, Mass., June 28, 1966. (AP Photo)

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Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary and his wife, Czech Countess Sophie Chotek, leave the reception at City Hall and walk toward an open car in Sarajevo, Bosnia, on June 28, 1914. A short time later the couple were assassinated by a Serb nationalist. (AP Photo)

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Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson ordains more than 200 ministers in her Foursquare Gospel Church, June 28, 1936, in Los Angeles, after having been confined to her bed since collapsing last Friday. Her attorney said she appeared "to quell rumors that she was dangerously ill." (AP Photo)

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Harvey Milk, a gay political leader in San Francisco, is seen pictured in his camera store on Castro Street on June 28, 1977 in San Francisco. (AP Photo)

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Iraqi President Ghazi Al-Yawer, far right, delivers a speech as members of the government applaud in baghdad, Iraq, Monday June 28, 2004. From left are Vice President of Iraq Ibrahim Al-Jaafari , Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, and Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

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A few Iraqis celebrate in the streets of Baghdad following a ceremony transferring sovereignty to a provincial Iraqi government in Baghdad, Iraq Monday, June 28, 2004.(AP Photo/Khalid Mohammed)

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** FILE ** A bald eagle sits in the shade at the Dallas Zoo in Dallas in this July 2, 2005 file photo. The American bald eagle, once nearly extinct, is making a comeback. The government will confirm that when it takes the revered bird off a list of protected species.(AP Photo/LM Otero, File)

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