TO­DAY IN HIS­TORY

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - ENTERTAINM­ENT -

On Jan. 12, 1915, the U.S. House re­jected, 204-174, a pro­posed con­sti­tu­tional amend­ment to give women na­tion­wide the right to vote.

In 1932, Hat­tie W. Car­away

be­came the first woman elected to the U.S. Se­nate af­ter ini­tially be­ing ap­pointed to serve out the re­main­der of the term of her late hus­band.

In 1959, Berry Gordy Jr. founded Mo­town Records (orig­i­nally Tamla Records) in Detroit.

In 1965, the mu­sic va­ri­ety show “Hul­la­baloo” pre­miered on NBC-TV with

host-of-the-week Jack Jones.

In 1971, the ground­break­ing sit­u­a­tion com­edy “All in the Fam­ily” pre­miered on CBS tele­vi­sion.

In 2000, in a 5-4 de­ci­sion, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Illi­nois v. Ward­low, gave po­lice broad author­ity to stop and ques­tion peo­ple who run at the sight of an of­fi­cer.

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