60 years ago this day in history………

Rawhide, original release date March 25, 1951, a stagecoach stop employee and a stranded traveler find themselves at the mercy of a band of stagecoach gold robbers.

5th Tony Awards: Guys & Dolls & Rose Tattoo win

 E Purcell & EM Ewen detect 21-cm radiation at Harvard physics lab

On March 25, 1951, Eddie Collins died. He was a second baseman who played for Connie Mack and the Philadelphia A’s and later for the White Sox. He was the leader of the clique of players on the 1919 White Sox who were unaffiliated with the fixing of the World Series that year.

Oscar Micheaux died on this day. He was an African American writer, producer and distributor of his own films. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=2540

Grand Encampment of the Knights Templar of the United States of America held their Easter Services at Arlington National Cemetery.

A baby girl was born to James and Betty on this Easter Sunday in Topeka, Kansas. She weighed 8’ 7” and was 21” long. She was the oldest grandchild on her mother’s side of the family and joined her cousin Cheryl on her father’s side.

They rejoiced and were glad……….

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