Faye Dunaway was born in 1941. She won an Academy Award for Network in 1976. She also starred in Chinatown (1974), Bonnie and Clyde (1967), and Mommie, Dearest (1981).

In 1952, The Today Show premiered with Dave Garroway and Jack Lescoulie as the hosts on NBC. It is the fifth longest-running television series. (Meet the Press is number one).

George Wallace was sworn in as the governor of Alabama in 1963. In his inauguration speech, he proclaimed “…. I say segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.” The assassination attempt on his life in 1972 left him paralyzed.In

In 1967 Sonny and Cher released The Beat Goes On. In their ten years together, they sold over 40 million recordings and had a very successful television show. Sonny died in a skiing accident in 1998. Cher is still going strong today.

The Miami Dolphins completed their undefeated season in 1973 when they won Super Bowl VII over the Washington Redskins in Los Angeles. Don Shula coached them and Bob Griese was their quarterback. Watch a summary of the game.

Larry Moskal began his career as a Social Studies teacher in 1971. He graduated from the University of Buffalo with degrees in history and education. Larry taught Social Studies for the Ken-Ton School system, a suburban school system north of Buffalo, New York until 2005, and then taught and was the Dean of Students at San Miguel High School in Tucson. At Ken-Ton, he pioneered several online courses for high school students. In the 1980s, he spent three years teaching in Colombia, South America and spent four years at Lewiston-Porter High School. He currently is the PowerSchool Administrator for San Miguel accomplishing his work over the Internet.