An ancient king is born, the first Ford rolls off the line, the Special Olympics are born, man lands on the moon, and a home run king belts his last, all on this day.
1968: The first Special Olympics is held at Soldier Field in Chicago. Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who helped found the event, is seen here overlooking the games.
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