ON THIS DAY IN RECENT HISTORY ~ MARCH 7
1933 - Game of "Monopoly" invented
1936 - Hitler breaks Treaty of Versailles, sends troops to Rhineland
1938 - Janet Guthrie, race car driver (1st woman to race in Indie 500), born
1939 - Marion Marlowe, St Louis Mo, singer (Arthur Godfrey & Friends), born
1939 - Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians recorded "Auld Lang Syne."
1939 - Glamour magazine begins publishing
1942 - Michael Eisner, Mt Kisko NY, CEO (Walt Disney), born
1942 - 1st cadets graduated from flying school at Tuskegee
1955 - Mary Martin as "Peter Pan" televised
1959 - Donna Murphy, American actress, born
1961 - Mary Beth Evans, Pasadena California, actress (Katherine-General Hospital), born
1962 - Taylor Dayne, [Leslie Wunderman], NY, vocalist (I'll Always Love You), born
1962 - Beatles made their broadcasting debut on BBC radio
1967 - Sandra Dee received a divorce from Bobby Darin.
1979 - Warren Giles & Hack Wilson selected to baseball Hall of Fame
1983 - TNN (The Nashville Network) begins on Cable TV
1985 - The song "We Are the World" was heard on the radio for the first time.