The Daily News | March 10

Vatican condemned human artificial fertilization, 1987
Sugar Pops introduced, 1950
Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo (ended war with Mexico), 1848
Franklin College founded, 1789
Zelda Fitzgerald, widow of F. Scott Fitzgerald, died, 1948
Arthur Honegger, composer, 1892
Home for Aged Pioneers established (Prescott, Arizona), 1909
Rings of Uranus discovered, 1977
Dr. Herman Tarnower, “Scarsdale Diet” author, killed, 1980
First US paper money issued, 1862
Re-building of the great Jewish temple in Jerusalem completed, -515
Salvation Army began work in US, 1880
Alexander Graham Bell spoke the first words over the telephone, 1876
Harriet Tubman, US abolitionist, died, 1913
“The Canary Murder Case,” the first Philo Vance film was released, 1929
Irvin S. Cobb, US writer and humorist, died, 1944
Glenn Clarence Cunningham, US track athlete (“Kansas Ironman”), died, 1988
Thomas Jefferson appointed minister to France, 1785
“Jupiter Effect” (semi-alignment of all planets on same side of sun), 1982
Konstantin U. Chernenko, Soviet Premier, died, 1985
James Earl Ray pleaded guilty to the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King and was sentenced to 99 years, 1969
Ulysses S. Grant assumed command of Union army, 1864