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    Jack Dempsey, the former heavyweight champion is atop a 1200-pound moose he killed during one of his hunts in Wyoming on Nov. 1, 1931. With him is Harry Johnson, a Salt Lake City, Utah, sportsman. The Associated Press

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    Dr. Albert Einstein, left, and Carl Laemmle, film executive, speak as the famed German scientist visits Hollywood motion picture studios, in Los Angeles, Nov. 1, 1931. It was later announced that Einstein had refused a large salary offer from a motion picture company. The Associated Press

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    Artists Richard Tauber and Josephine Baker are sitting together on a bench at the Kastrup aerodrome after arriving in the same aeroplane to Copenhagen, Denmark, Nov. 1, 1933. They are both in Copenhagen to give individual recitals, Austrian tenor Mr. Tauber in concert and Miss Baker with her own jazz band "The 16 Baker Boys". The Associated Press

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    Seabiscuit and jockey George Woolf lead War Admiral and jockey Charles Kurtsinger in the first turn at the race at Pimlico in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 1, 1938. Seabiscuit won and set a new track record. The Associated Press

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    The meeting between British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and Italian dictator Benito Mussolini in Rome on Nov. 1, 1939. British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain acknowledged the cheering crowds which lined the route as he drove from the station with Count Ciano in Rome, on Jan. 11, 1939. The Associated Press

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    U.S. servicemen bob for apples with their USO hostess companions during a Halloween party hosted by the tenants of a 14-story cooperative apartment building in Beekman Place in New York City, Nov. 1, 1943. The Associated Press

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    As a dual purpose attack, diversionary and destructive, U.S. Navy heavy guns pound Buka Airfield, on the northern tip of Bougainville Island, on Nov. 1 as U.S. Marines landed on Bougainville. A fighting ship’s guns belch a fire of flame into the night sky on Nov. 1, 1943. The Associated Press

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    Howard Hughes, millionaire plane manufacturer, sits at the controls of his giant eight-engine wooden flying boat in a graving dock at Los Angeles, Oct 31, 1947. The craft was taken from its dock for float testing Nov. 1 and was scheduled for taxi tests Nov. 2, 1947. The plane derisively called the "Spruce Goose" has been under construction since March 1943 and the estimated cost is approximately $25,000,000. The Associated Press

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    Levert Taylor, 20, and Glenda Jackson, both of Shreveport, La., are shown with policeman W. L. Copeland at Jackson, Miss., Nov. 1, 1961, after their arrest on a breach of peace charge for refusing to move out of the white waiting room at a bus station there. Taylor and Miss Jackson were in Jackson to test the ICC desegregation ruling. The Associated Press

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    A squad leader of the 3rd brigade, U.S. 1st air cavalry division calls for attack across rice paddy outside a hamlet near Tam Ky, South Vietnam on Nov. 1, 1967. Troops were landed by helicopter during operation Wallowa. Action took place some 350 miles northeast of Saigon. The Associated Press

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    Relatives gather at the grave of a South Vietnamese soldier killed in the war, one of many buried at Bien Hoa National Cemetery, northwest of Saigon, Nov. 1, 1974. The occasion of their visit was Vietnamese National Day. The Associated Press

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    British glam rocker David Bowie performs at New York's Radio City Music Hall, Nov. 1, 1974. The Associated Press

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    Ronald Reagan points out something interesting to wife Nancy Reagan during a rally at the Oakland-Pontiac, Mich., airport Saturday, Nov. 1, 1980. Reagan, accompanied by Gerald Ford, campaigned in four Michigan cities on Saturday before leaving for Ohio.The Associated Press

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    India’s Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, lies in state at the Teen Murti House in the Indian capital in New Delhi on Thursday, Nov. 1, 1984. Hundreds of thousands of people have been filing past her body since dawn Thursday. Mrs. Gandhi was assassinated by three of her guards on Wednesday in morning. The Associated Press

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    His Royal Highness Prince Charles and his wife Princess Diana are welcomed by members of the British community at the Gatow airport in Berlin, Nov. 1, 1987. The Royal couple came here for one day on the occasion of the 750th anniversary of Berlin and will continue for a six-day official visit to West Germany visiting various cities. The Associated Press

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    Tipper Gore, left, and Hillary Rodham Clinton laugh at the jokes of Democratic vice-presidential candidate Al Gore during a "Get Out The Vote"rally at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, N.J., Nov. 1, 1992. The Associated Press

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