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On This Day 7-1-22

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In 1935 Benny Goodman recorded the "King Porter Stomp," signaling the beginning of the swing era. In 1956 Elvis Presley appeared on the "Steve Allen Show" and sang "Hound Dog" to a Bassett hound named "Sherlock." In 1956 Brenda Lee signed her first record contract at age 11. In 1963 The Beatles recorded "She Loves You" and "I'll Get You" at the Abbey Road studios in London. In 1965 The Beatles' album "Beatles VI" was certified gold. In 1967 The Beatles' "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" album hit #1 on the U.S. albums chart and stayed there for 15 straight weeks. In 1967 Following the drug convictions of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the London Times printed an editorial sympathizing with the pair. In 1967 "Windy" by the Association hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for four weeks. In 1968 The Doors' album "Waiting For The Sun" was relea

Today In History

In 1535 Sir Thomas More went on trial in England, charged with treason for rejecting the Oath of Supremacy. In 1776 The first vote was taken on the Declaration of Independence. In 1847 The first adhesive U.S. postage stamps went on sale. In 1862 Congress outlaws polygamy (multiple marriages). In 1863 The Civil War Battle of Gettysburg began. In 1867 Canada became a self-governing dominion of Britain as the British North America Act took effect. In 1874 The Philadelphia Zoological Society, the first U.S. zoo, opened. In 1893 President Cleveland underwent a secret operation to remove a cancerous growth from the roof of his mouth. The procedure was successful. In 1898 During the Spanish-American War, Theodore Roosevelt and his "Rough Riders" wage a victorious assault on San Juan Hill in Cuba. In 1915 Actress Annette Kellerman did the first movie nude scene in the movie "Daughter Of The Gods." In 1916 Dwight D. Eisenhower married Mary "Mamie" Geneva

Born On This Day

In 1730 Revolutionary, Isaac Sears (anti-British demonstrations) In 1802 U.S. Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles (Lincoln, Johnson) In 1804 French novelist, George Sand In 1807 Engineer, Thomas Green Clemson (Clemson University was named for him) In 1853 Diamond merchant/politician, Cecil John Rhodes In 1857 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Roger Connor (New York, St. Louis) In 1861 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, John Gibson Clarkson In 1872 Aviator, Louis Bleriot (the first to fly across the English Channel) In 1873 Director, Alice Guy-Blanche (world's first woman director) In 1892 Author, James M. Cain (The Postman Always Rings Twice) In 1899 Pianist/guitarist Thomas A. Dorsey (Father of Gospel Music) In 1899 Fictional adventurer Henry "Indiana" Jones Jr. In 1899 Actor, Charles Laughton (The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Spartacus) In 1904 Physician, Mary Calderone (Planned Parenthood) [d: 10-24-98] In 1906 Cosmetics founder/executive, Estee Lauder [d: 4-24-04] In 1909 Actress/panelist, M

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In 1957 "Teddy Bear" by Elvis Presley and "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On" by Jerry Lee Lewis entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1959 Ricky Nelson sang "I Got A Feeling" on TV's "Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet." In 1964 Sam Cooke began a 2-week stay at New York's Copacabana Club. In 1965 John Lennon's second book, "A Spaniard In The Works," was published. In 1966 The Beatles began their final world tour in Munich, Germany. In 1966 The Rolling Stones began an American tour in Lynn, Massachusetts. In 1967 "Whiter Shade Of Pale" by Procol Harum and "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1967 The 5th Dimension performed "Up, Up & Away" on "American Bandstand." In 1972 A Rolling Stones concert was filmed in Fort Worth, Texas, for the movie "Ladies & Gentlemen The Rolling Stones," released two years later. In 1972 "Long

Today In History...

In 1314 The forces of Scotland's King Robert I defeated the English in the Battle of Bannockburn. In 1497 The first recorded sighting of North America by a European took place as explorer John Cabot claimed eastern Canada for England. In 1509 Henry VIII was crowned King of England. In 1647 Margaret Brent, a niece of Lord Baltimore, is ejected from the Maryland Assembly after demanding to vote in the governing body. In 1793 The first republican constitution in France was adopted. In 1901 The Jewish National Fund was started. In 1908 Grover Cleveland, the 22nd and 24th U.S. president died at age 71. In 1915 More than 800 were killed when the excursion steamer Eastland capsized at Chicago's Clark Street dock. In 1916 The first million-dollar movie contract was awarded to Mary Pickford for 2 years. In 1930 The first radar detection of planes was used in Anacostia, DC. In 1940 France signed an armistice with Italy during World War II. In 1947 Pilot Ken Arnold reports flying saucers

Born On This Day...

In 1771 French industrialist Eleuthere I. du Pont (Dupont Chemical Co.) In 1777 British explorer Sir John Ross (located at the north magnetic pole) In 1788 Inventor, Thomas Blanchard (machine tools) In 1813 American clergyman/author, Henry Ward Beecher In 1839 Manufacturer, Gustavus Franklin Swift (founded by Swift & Co.) In 1842 Author/journalist, Ambrose Bierce In 1895 Boxer, Jack Dempsey (world heavyweight champ, 1919-26) In 1899 Actor, Chief Dan George (Outlaw Josey Wales, Americathon) In 1900 Singer/actor, Gene Austin (My Little Chickadee) [d: 1-24-72] In 1904 Singer/actor, Phil Harris (Anything Goes, Jungle Book) [d: 8-11-95] In 1907 Actress, Martha Sleeper (Spitfire, The Scoundrel) [d: 3-25-83] In 1909 Scientist, Lord William Penney (British atomic bomb) [d: 3-3-91] In 1910 Judge, Irving Kaufman (sentenced Rosenbergs to death) [d: 2-1-92] In 1911 Auto racer, Juan Manuel Fangio (5-time Formula 1 champ) [d: 7-17-95] In 1912 Publisher/editor, Norman Cousins (Saturday Review) [d

On This Day 6-14-22

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Supreme Court Readies to Upend the Gun Control Push; Roe v. Wade Protesters Won’t Write Off Violence

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In 1939 "Beer Barrel Polka" by Will Glahe was #1 on the charts. In 1957 The Isley Brothers' first single, "Angels Cried," was released. In 1957 "Love Letters In The Sand" by Pat Boone hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 5 weeks. In 1964 The Rolling Stones made their U.S. TV debut on "The Dean Martin Show." In 1964 Ringo Starr collapsed during a Beatles' recording session due to exhaustion. Jimmy Nicol became the group's temporary drummer for 10 days while Ringo recuperated. In 1965 Gary Lewis & the Playboys record recorded "Save Your Heart For Me." In 1967 "Light My Fire" by Doors enters entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1967 "Respect" by Aretha Franklin hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks. In 1970 Ray Davies re-recorded a line in "Lola" to comply with BBC standards. "Coca Cola" becomes "Cherry Cola." In 1972 The Rolling Stones b

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In 1621, the Dutch West India Company received a charter for New Netherlands, known as New York. In 1888 The poem "Casey at the Bat," by Ernest Thayer, was first published by the San Francisco Daily Examiner. In 1916 The R.O.T.C. program was established by an Act of Congress. In 1935 The French liner Normandie set a record on its maiden voyage by crossing the Atlantic in just four days, 11 hours, 42 minutes. In 1937 The Duke of Windsor, who had abdicated the British throne, married Wallis Warfield Simpson in France. In 1942 Battle of Midway began; Japan's first major defeat in World War II. In 1948 The 200-inch reflecting telescope in the Palomar Mountain Observatory was dedicated in California. In 1949 "Dragnet" was the first broadcast on radio (K.F.I. in Los Angeles). In 1963 Pope John XXIII died at the age of 81. In 1965 Gemini IV was launched, and Ed White became the first American to walk in space. In 1972 San Jan Priesand became the first woman

Born On This Day...

In 1761 English army officer Henry Shrapnel (invented the shrapnel shell) In 1780 English author William Hone (The Everyday Book) In 1808 Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy (1861-1865) In 1844 Garret Augustus Hobart, 24th U.S. vice president (1897-1899) In 1864 Auto manufacturer Ransom Eli Olds (Olds Motor Vehicle Co.) In 1865 George V, king of England (1910-36) In 1901 Actor, Maurice Evans (Maurice-Bewitched, The Jerk) [d: 3-12-89] In 1904 Scientist, Dr. Charles Richard Drew (blood plasma) [d: 4-1-50] In 1906 Actress/singer, Josephine Baker [d: 4-12-75] In 1908 Actor, Eddie Acuff (Mailman-Blondie series) [d: 12-17-56] In 1911 Actress, Paulette Goddard (Sins of Jezebel) [d: 4-23-90] In 1911 Game show host Dr. Mason Gross (Two For The Money) [d: 10-11-77] In 1913 Actress, Ellen Corby (Grandma-Waltons, Addams Family) [d: 4-14-99] In 1913 Actress, Lucille Lund (The Black Cat) [d: 2-15-02] In 1915 Actor, Leo Bernard Gorcey (Dead End Kids, Bowery Boys) [d: 6-2-69] In 1915 Actres

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In 1851 Maine became the first state to enact a law prohibiting alcohol. In 1858 The Donati Comet was first seen and named after its discoverer. In 1883, the first non-league baseball game played under electric lights occurred in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. In 1886 President Grover Cleveland married Frances Folsom and became the first president (and to date the only) to wed while in office. In 1896 Marconi was given a patent on his new invention, the radio. In 1910 Pygmies were discovered in Dutch New Guinea. In 1924 U.S. citizenship was granted to all American Indians. In 1941 Baseball's "Iron Horse," New York Yankee Lou Gehrig, died at age 37 of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). In 1946 The Italian monarchy was abolished in favor of a republic. In 1953 Elizabeth II was crowned Queen of Great Britain in Westminister Abby, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI. In 1966 The U.S. space probe Surveyor I made the first soft landing on the moon and began transmitt

Born On This Day...

In 1535 Religious leader, Pope Leo XI (1605) In 1740 French military general/writer, Marquis de Sade In 1835 St. Pius X, 257th Roman Catholic pope (1903-14) In 1840 English novelist/poet, Thomas Hardy In 1857 Composer, Sir Edward Elgar (Pomp and Circumstance) In 1863 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Wilbert Robinson In 1881 Engineer, Henry Joseph Round (helped develop radio communications) In 1899 Actor, Royal Beal (Death of a Salesman) In 1903 Physicist, Robert Morris Page (pulse radar) [d: 5-15-92] In 1904 Swimmer/actor, Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan) [d: 1-20-84] In 1908 Newscaster, Ben Grauer (radio news pioneer) [d: 5-31-77] In 1915 Cartoon vocist, Walter Tetley (Sherman-Bullwinkle Show) [d: 9-4-75] In 1917 Actor, Max Showalter (Niagra, Sixteen Candles) [d: 7-30-00] In 1920 Football Hall-of-Famer, Tex Schramm (Cowboys President) [d: 7-15-03] In 1921 Producer, Alexander Salkind (Superman movies) [d: 3-8-97] In 1926 Actor, Milo O'Shea (Barbarella, Romeo & Juliet, Verdict) [d: 4-2-13] In

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In 1801 Religious leader, Brigham Young (second president of Morman Church) In 1882 Poet/author, John Drinkwater (Bird in Hand) In 1887 English actor, Clive Brook (Woman To Woman) [d: 11-17-74] In 1890 Actor, Frank Morgan (The Wizard of Oz, Annie Get Your Gun) In 1905 Actor, Robert Newton (Around the World in 80 Days) [d: 3-25-56] In 1907 Aeronautical engineer, Frank Whittle (jet engine) [d: 8-8-96] In 1915 Country singer/actor, Johnny Bond [d: 6-12-78] In 1915 Actor, John Randolph (Pritzi's Honor, You've Got Mail) [d: 2-24-04] In 1921 Bandleader/conductor, Nelson Riddle [d: 10-6-85] In 1922 Actress/model, Joan Caulfield (My Favorite Husband) [d: 6-18-91] In 1922 Actress, Joan Copeland (One Life To Live, A Little Sex) [d: 1-4-22] In 1925 Actor, Richard Erdman (Stalag 17, Tora! Tora! Tora!) [d: 3-16-19] In 1925 Country singer, Dale Warren (Sons of the Pioneers) [d: 8-9-08] In 1926 Actor, Andy Griffith (Andy Griffith Show, Matlock) [d: 7-3-12] In 1926 Actress/singer, Marilyn Monr

Today In History...

In 1638 The first earthquake recorded in the U.S. shook Plymouth, MA. In 1792 Kentucky became the 15th U.S. state. In 1796 Tennessee became the 16th U.S. state. In 1813 U.S. Navy gained its motto when the mortally wounded commander of the U.S. frigate Chesapeake, Captain John Lawrence, uttered, "Don't give up the ship." In 1845 A homing pigeon completed an 11,000 km trip from Namibia to London in 55 days. In 1868 James Buchanan, the 15th U.S. president, died near Lancaster, PA. In 1877 U.S. troops are authorized to pursue bandits in Mexico. In 1888 California received its first seismographs as three of the devices were installed at the Lick Observatory. In 1925 Lou Gehrig started in the first of 2130 consecutive games. In 1938 The first "Superman" comic was issued. In 1939 The first TV heavyweight boxing match -, the first TV heavyweight boxing match was Max Baer vs. Lou Nova. In 1943 Actor Leslie Howard was killed when the Germans shot down his civilian flight

Music Calendar...

In 1956 Doris Day signed a 5-year recording contract with Columbia Records worth $1 million. In 1957 Elvis Presley's single "Teddy Bear" was released. In 1959 "Juke Box Jury" debuted on BBC-TV. In 1959 Sam Cooke's single "Only Sixteen" was released. In 1959 "Lonely Boy" by Paul Anka and "There Goes My Baby" by the Drifters entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1959 "The Battle Of New Orleans" by Johnny Horton hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 6 weeks. In 1963 "One Fine Day" by the Chiffons entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1963 "It's My Party" by Lesley Gore hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks. In 1964 Dolly Parton moved to Nashville, TN, one day after her high school graduation, searching for a record deal. In 1964 The Rolling Stones land in New York to begin their first U.S. tour. Their first date was the next day at a high school stadium in Lynn, Mass

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In 1642 The Canadian city of Montreal was founded. In 1804 The French Senate proclaimed Napoleon Bonaparte as emperor. In 1860 The Republican Party convention in Chicago, IL nominated Abraham Lincoln for president. In 1910 Halley's Comet moved across the sun as seen from Earth. In 1914 The first ship went through the Panama Canal. In 1926 Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson mysteriously vanished while visiting a beach in Venice, CA; she reappeared a month later, claiming to have been kidnapped. In 1927 Grauman's Chinese Theatre opened in Hollywood, California. In 1933 The Tennessee Valley Authority was created. In 1934 Congress approved a package of anti-crime measures, including the so-called "Lindbergh Act," which calls for the death penalty in cases of interstate kidnapping. In 1944 During World War II, Allied forces occupied Monte Cassino in Italy after a four-month struggle that claimed about 20,000 lives. In 1951 The United Nations moved out of its temp

Born On This Day...

In 1815 Inventor James Bicheno Francis (modern hydraulic engineering). In 1825 Manufacturer Daniel Wesson (Smith & Wesson Co.) In 1850 Physicist Oliver Heaviside (ionosphere) In 1851 Writer, Isaac Peretz (modern Yiddish literature) In 1868 Czar Nicholas II of Russia (last Tsar of Russia, 1894-1917) In 1872 Scientist/mathematician Lord Bertrand Russell (modern logic) In 1891 German philosopher Rudolph Carnap (logical positivism) In 1897 Director, Frank Capra (Its A Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith) In 1902 Composer, Meredith Willson (Music Man) [d: 6-15-84] In 1903 Actor, George E. Stone (Perry Mason, Some Like It Hot) [d: 5-26-67] In 1903 Bandleader/pianist Tommy Tucker [d: 7-11-89] In 1909 Tennis star Fred Perry (Wimbeldon, 1934-36) [d: 2-2-95] In 1911 Blues singer "Big" Joe Turner (Shake, Rattle & Roll) [d: 11-23-85] In 1912 Director, Richard Brooks (In Cold Blood) [d: 3-11-92] In 1912 Singer, Perry Como (Perry Como Show) [d: 5-12-01] In 1912 Baseball team owner Dan Toppin

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In 1907 "School Days" by Byron G. Harlan was #1 on the charts. In 1911 Composer Gustav Mahler died in Vienna, Austria. In 1946 "The Gypsy" by Dinah Shore hit #1 on the U.S. charts and stayed there for 8 weeks. In 1959 "Kansas City" by Wilbert Harrison hit #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks. In 1963 The Beatles began their first headlining tour in Slough, England, co-headlining with Roy Orbison and Gerry & The Pacemakers. In 1963 The Kingsmen recorded "Louie, Louie." In 1963 "Blue On Blue" by Bobby Vinton and "Pride & Joy" by Marvin Gaye entered the U.S. top 40 charts. In 1964 David Frost interviewed the Beatles' Paul McCartney on the BBC. In 1966 The Hollies recorded "Bus Stop" at London's Abbey Road Studios. In 1966 Frank Sinatra's album "Strangers In The Night" was released. In 1968 "This Guy's In Love With You" by Herb Alpert, "Think

On This Day 5-10-22

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In 1940 Lionel Hampton joined the Nat King Cole trio to record "Central Avenue Breakdown" and "Jack, the Bellboy." In 1963 The Rolling Stones began their first recording session at London's Olympic Sound Studios. In 1964 Bob Dylan arrived in Britain for his first tour. In 1967 Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Brian Jones were all in court, defending themselves in separate drug-related cases. In 1968 Jim Morrison of the Doors incited a riot during a Chicago concert, then escaped backstage as the crowd battled with police. In 1969 The Turtles and the Temptations played Tricia Nixon's White House Masque Ball. In 1969 "Get Back" b/w "Don't Let Me Down" by Beatles and "Love Theme From 40 Romeo & Juliet" by Henry Mancini both entered the U.S. top chart. In 1973 Alice Cooper appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. In 1974 The Who sold out four nights in Madison Square Garden (80,000 seats) in less than 8 hours