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The past 100 years, March 6, 2018

March 7, 2018 GMT

From The Santa Fe New Mexican:

March 6, 1918: A circus, a real circus, and ten days of it, with a band of 36 pieces, this is what Paul A. Hall of the Elks’ social committee announced this afternoon is to be here April 24 to May 1, as an Elks benefit. The Elks have arranged to bring this circus here,” said Mr. Hall, “… All the information we have received indicates that it will be the finest thing of its kind that ever visited Santa Fe. …”

March 6, 1968: Santa Fe has a new mayor and three new councilmen today. Mayor-elect George Gonzales took an early lead in return tabulations and held it throughout the count. Incumbent Mayor Pat Hollis pared the lead to less than 200 votes in late returns, but Gonzales increased his margin as the last precincts reported.

March 6, 1993: Stress is as much a part of coaching as whistles, Xs and Os, and chalkboards. Stress has been described as akin to revving an engine with the brakes set. It strains, the engine in humans, the heart.