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History's Happenings for May 25

Constitutional Convention Convenes
1787

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England Restores Monarchy
1660

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First Telegraphed Headlines
1844

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Babe Ruth Hits Last Homer
1935

It was on May 25, 1935 that George Herman "Babe" Ruth -- the Bambino -- hit the final home run of his long (21 years) and illustrious baseball career.

The Babe was playing for the Boston Braves when he smacked his final whopper against the Pirates at Pittsburgh's Forbes Field. Ruth's career total of 714 homers stood until 1974, when Hank Aaron -- of the Atlanta Braves -- topped it.

The Bambino also held the record for the most homers in a single season, set at 60 in 1927, until it was broken by Roger Maris in 1961. In another coincidence, both Ruth and Maris were playing for the New York Yankees.

JFK Kicks Off Moon Race
1961

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St. Louis Dedicates "Gateway to West" Arch
1968

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