This is History: Republican Party Formed in 1854, Chicago’s ‘Tootsie Roll’ Debuts, Chicago White Sox Owner Bill Veeck Posthumously Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991

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Five retired MaJor League ball players appear in Chicago, Tuesday, March 10, 1976, with Chicago White Sox owner Bill Veeck as they showed new uniforms that the White Sox will be wearing this season. Three home game uniforms at left are worn by (from left) Bill "Moose" Skowron, Mo Drabowski and Jim K. Rivera, wearing home hot weather uniforms. At right are the rosd uniforms worn by Dave Nicholson and Dan Osinski. (AP Photo/LO)

Dave Plier and Dave Schawn talk about the launch of the Republican Party in 1854, the Tootsie Roll is crated in Chicago, ‘Your Show of Shows’ with Sid Caesar, Carl Reiner, Imogene Coca and Mel Brooks premieres, Michael Jordan scores 58 points in one Bulls game, Bill Veeck is elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.


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