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1913NY football Giants sign Jim Thorpe

1913Igor Stravinsky's ballet score The Rite of Spring is premiered in Paris, provoking a riot.

1913After using other pseudonyms over the years, Josef Dzhugashvili signs himself as Stalin ('man of steel) in a letter to the the paper, Social Democrat

1913Wash Senator Walter Johnson ends record scorless streak at 56 innings

1913Jim Thorpe relinquishes his 1912 Olympic medals for playing as a professional

1913Woodrow Wilson inaugurated as 28th US President

19131st four-engined aircraft built and flown (Igor Sikorsky, Russia)

1913Mahatma Gandhi leaves the Tolstoy Farm in Transvaal, South Africa.

1913Mohandas K Gandhi arrested for leading Indian miners march in South Africa

1913George Bernard Shaw's "Androcles & the Lion" premieres in London

1913John D Rockefeller gives $100 million to Rockefeller Foundation

1913Suffragette Emily Davison steps in front of King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby

1913President Taft agrees not to intervene in Mexico

1913At a meeting of the Natal Indian Congress (NIC) in Durban, NIC secretaries, M. C. Anglia and Dada Osman, severely criticise Mahatma Gandhi and tender their resignations

19131st US presidential press conference (Woodrow Wilson)

1913President Woodrow Wilson throws out 1st ball, Senators beat Yankees 2-1

1913Charlie Chaplin began his film career at Keystone for $150 a week

1913Franz Kafka stops working on "Amerika"; it will never be finished

1913Henry Ford institutes moving assembly line

1913Walter Johnson begins string of 56 consecutive scoreless innings

1913President Woodrow Wilson signs Federal Reserve Act into law

1913The South African Government pass the Immigration Act, which restricts the entry and free movement of Asians; it leads to widespread agitation and rioting by resident Indians, led by Gandhi

1913Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 36th game

1913NY Armory Show introduces Picasso, Matisse, Duchamp to US public

1913 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
Post office begins parcel post deliveries 
Jan 2
National Woman's Party forms 
Jan 2
Mahatma Gandhi leaves the Tolstoy Farm in Transvaal, South Africa. 
Jan 6
Attempting to end hostilities in the Balkans, the London Peace Conference breaks down because Turkey refuses to cede Adrianpole, the Aegean island, and Crete 
Jan 7
William M Burton patents a process to "crack" petroleum 
Jan 8
Frank Chance becomes Yankee manager 
Jan 11
1st sedan-type car (Hudson) goes on display at 13th Auto Show (NYC) 
Jan 12
After using other pseudonyms over the years, Josef Dzhugashvili signs himself as Stalin ('man of steel) in a letter to the the paper, Social Democrat 
Jan 13
Delta Sigma Theta, the world's largest Black Women's Sorority is founded at Howard University, Washington DC 
Jan 16
British House of Commons accepts Home-Rule for Ireland 
Jan 17
Raymond Poincaré elected president of France 
Jan 18
Turkish-Greek sea battle near Troy 
Jan 19
Raymond Poincaré installed as president of France 
Jan 21
Aristide Briand forms French government 
Jan 23
The Young Turks lead a coup d'etat against the Turkish Government 
Jan 24
Franz Kafka stops working on "Amerika"; it will never be finished 
Jan 26
Jim Thorpe relinquishes his 1912 Olympic medals for playing as a professional 
Jan 29
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, at Howard University, incorporates 
Jan 30
UK House of Lords rejects Irish Home Rule Bill 
Feb 2
NY football Giants sign Jim Thorpe 
Feb 2
NYC's Grand Central Terminal opens 
Feb 3
16th Amendment, federal income tax, ratified 
Feb 3
Golden/Cawthorne's musical "Sunshine Girl," premieres in NYC 
Feb 4
Louis Perlman patents demountable auto tire-carrying wheel rim 
Feb 4
National Institute of Arts & Letters founded 
Feb 9
-18] 10 Day Tragedy of Mexico-City; 3,000 die 
Feb 10
Edward Sheldons "Romance," premieres in NYC 
Feb 15
1st avant-garde art show in America opens in NYC 
Feb 16
President Taft agrees not to intervene in Mexico 
Feb 17
1st minimum wage law in US takes effect (Oregon) 
Feb 17
NY Armory Show introduces Picasso, Matisse, Duchamp to US public 
Feb 18
French painting "Nude Descending a Staircase" displayed in NYC 
Feb 18
President Francisco Madero of Mexico is overthrown 
Feb 19
1st prize inserted into a Cracker Jack box 
Feb 19
Mexican General V Huerta takes power with US support 
Feb 20
King O'Malley drives in the first survey peg to mark commencement of work on the construction of Canberra. 
Feb 22
Lowell HS, SF opens (on its 1st campus) 
Feb 25
The 16th Amendment to the Constitution becomes law, providing the legal basis for the institution of a graduated income tax 
Feb 28
6.8-m, 4000-kg elephant seal killed, South Georgia (S Atlantic) 
Mar 1
1st state law requiring bonding of officers & state employees, ND 
Mar 1
Federal income tax takes effect (16th amendment) 
Mar 3
Ida B Wells-Barnett demonstrates for female suffrage in Washington DC 
Mar 4
1st US law regulating the shooting of migratory birds passed 
Mar 4
Dept of Commerce & Labor split into separate departments 
Mar 4
Gabriel Faure's opera "Penelope" premieres in Monte Carlo 
Mar 4
NY Yankees are 1st to train outside US (Bermuda) 
Mar 4
Woodrow Wilson inaugurated as 28th US President 
Mar 8
Federal League organizes with 6 teams 
Mar 8
Internal Revenue Service begins to levy & collect income taxes 
Mar 10
Stanley Cup: Quebec Bulldogs sweep Sydney (NS) Millionaires in 2 games 
Mar 10
William Knox becomes 1st in American Bowling Congress to bowl 300 
Mar 12
Foundation stone of the Australian capital in Canberra laid 
Mar 13
Kansas legislature approved censorship of motion pictures 
Mar 14
John D Rockefeller gives $100 million to Rockefeller Foundation 
Mar 14
South African Supreme Court declares that marriages not celebrated according to Christian rites and/or not registered by the Registrar of Marriages, are invalid; all Moslem and Hindu marriages are therefore declared invalid 
Mar 15
1st US presidential press conference (Woodrow Wilson
Mar 15
Cleveland establishes 1st small claims court 
Mar 17
The Uruguayan Air Force is founded. 
Mar 18
King George I of Greece is assassinated in the recently liberated city of Thessaloniki. 
Mar 21
-26] Flood in Ohio, kills 400 
Mar 24
Netherlands soccer team's 1st victory over England 
Mar 24
Palace Theater opens at 1564 Broadway NYC 
Mar 25
Great Dayton Flood 
Mar 25
Home of vaudeville, Palace Theatre, opens (NYC) starring Ed Wynn 
Mar 26
Bulgaria captures Adrianople, ending the 1st Balkan War 
Mar 26
Dayton, Ohio almost destroyed when Scioto, Miami, & Muskingum River reach flood stage simultaneously 
Mar 28
Guatemala becomes a signatory to the Buenos Aires copyright treaty. 
Apr 3
British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst sentenced to 3 years in jail 
Apr 4
The Greek aviator Emmanuel Argyropoulos becomes the first pilot victim of the Hellenic Air Force when his plane crashes. 
Apr 8
17th amendment, requiring direct election of senators, ratified 
Apr 8
Opening of China's 1st parliament takes place in Peking (now Beijing) 
Apr 9
Brooklyn Dodger's Ebbets Field opens, Phillies win 1-0 
Apr 10
President Woodrow Wilson throws out 1st ball, Senators beat Yankees 2-1 
Apr 10
Walter Johnson begins string of 56 consecutive scoreless innings 
Apr 10
During the Montenegrin siege of Scutari, the Montenegrin coastline is blockaded 
Apr 14
Belgium begins general strike for voting rights 
Apr 16
The Bulgarians and the Turks agree to an armistice that will be accepted by the other nations involved 
Apr 19
17th Boston Marathon won by Fritz Carlson of Minn in 2:25:14.8 
Apr 21
German passenger ship Imperator runs aground 
Apr 22
Montenegro troops march into Skoetari, North-Albania 
Apr 24
Skyscraper, the Woolworth Building in New York City is opened 
Apr 26
Panama-Pacific International Exposition opens in SF 
Apr 26
Sun Yet San calls for revolt against pres Yuan Shikai in China 
May 1
Longacre Theater opens at 220 W 48th St NYC 
May 6
King Nikita I of Montenegro vacates Skoetari, North-Albania 
May 7
British House of Commons rejects women's right to vote 
May 7
An ambassadorial conference in St Petersburg, Russia, awards the town of Silistria to Rumania in compensation for Bulgaria's other territorial gains in the First Balkan War 
May 9
17th amendment provides for election of senators by popular vote 
May 10
39th Kentucky Derby: Roscoe Goose aboard Donerail wins in 2:04.8 
May 10
Yanks commit 8 errors & still beat Tigers 10-9 in 10 innings 
May 12
Harry Green runs world record marathon (2:38:16.2) 
May 13
1st four-engined aircraft built and flown (Igor Sikorsky, Russia) 
May 14
Frans Hals museum opens in Haarlem, Netherlands 
May 14
Wash Senator Walter Johnson ends record scorless streak at 56 innings 
May 19
Webb Alien Land-Holding Bill passes, forbidding Japanese from owning land 
May 20
38th Preakness: James Butwell aboard Buskin wins in 1:53.4 
May 26
US Actors' Equity Association forms (NYC) 
May 26
Emily Duncan becomes Great Britain's first woman magistrate. 
May 29
Igor Stravinsky's ballet score The Rite of Spring is premiered in Paris, provoking a riot. 
May 30
1st Balkan War ends, Treaty of London 
May 30
New country of Albania, forms 
May 30
John McGraw joins Fred Clarke, Cap Anson, Frank Selee, & Connie Mack as managers who have won 1,000 games 
May 30
Indianapolis 500: Jules Goux wins in 6:35:05.108 (126.686 km/h) 
May 31
17th amendment (direct election of senators) declared ratified 
May 31
Alexis Ahlgren runs world record maraton (2:36:06.6) 
Jun 1
The Serbian government concludes a ten-year treaty with Greece against Bulgaria; Serbia wishes to pursue Macedonian aspirations with Greece's help 
Jun 2
1st strike settlement mediated by US Dept of Labor - railroad clerks 
Jun 2
Demonstrations for general voting right in Netherlands 
Jun 3
Dutch 1st Chamber accepts Health laws 
Jun 4
Suffragette Emily Davison steps in front of King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby 
Jun 5
Dutch Disability laws go into effect 
Jun 6
Rabbit Maranville, is thrown out trying to steal home 3 times 
Jun 11
Grand Vizir Mahmud Shevket Pasha is assassinated, resulting in continuing Young Turk terrorism until WWI 
Jun 12
"Dachshund" by Pathe Freres, early animated cartoon, released 
Jun 13
45th Belmont: Roscoe Troxler aboard Prince Eugene wins in 2:18 
Jun 13
Yanks win 13th game of year after losing 36 games 
Jun 14
The South African Government pass the Immigration Act, which restricts the entry and free movement of Asians; it leads to widespread agitation and rioting by resident Indians, led by Gandhi 
Jun 15
The Battle of Bud Bagsak in the Philippine concludes. 
Jun 16
South African Government pass the segregationist Native Land Act, which restricts purchase or lease of land by native Africans 
Jun 19
Natives Land Act, Act No 27, passed in South Africa: confines Africans to hopelessly overcrowded reserves and deprives them of rights to purchase land outside the native reserves 
Jun 20
3 of 1st 4 Yankees hit-by-pitch en route to a record 6 hit batsman 
Jun 20
Bert Daniels set AL mark, being hit-by-pitch 3 times in a doubleheader 
Jun 21
Tiny Broadwick is 1st woman to parachute from an airplane 
Jun 24
53rd British Golf Open: J H Taylor shoots a 304 at Hoylake Hoylake 
Jun 25
Dutch Parliamentary election (confess party looses majority) 
Jun 25
American Civil War veterans begin arriving at the Great Reunion of 1913. 
Jun 29
The attack by Bulgarian General Michael Savov on Greek and Serbian positions leads to beginning of the second Balkan War 
Jun 30
NY Giants score 10 in 10th to beat Phillies 11-1 
Jun 30
To increase the peacetime strength of the German Army, the Reichstag pass the Army and Finance Bills, a massive defense buildup 
Jul 1
Serbia & Greece declare war on Bulgaria 
Jul 3
Common tern banded in Maine; found dead in 1919 in Africa (1st bird known to have crossed the Atlantic) 
Jul 3
Confederate veterans at the Great Reunion of 1913 reenact Pickett's Charge; upon reaching the high-water mark of the Confederacy they are met by the outstretched hands of friendship from Union survivors. 
Jul 4
37th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: A F Wilding beats McLoughlin (8-6 6-3 10-8) 
Jul 4
30th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Dorothea Chambers beats W McNair (6-0 6-4) 
Jul 5
Queen Wilhelmina meets SDAP-leader Troelstra 
Jul 10
134°F (57°C), Greenland Ranch, California (US record) 
Jul 10
Romania declares war on Bulgaria 
Jul 10
Death Valley, California hits 134 °F (~56.7 °C), which is the highest temperature recorded in the United States. 
Jul 12
150,000 Ulstermen gather and resolve to resist Irish Home Rule by force of arms; since the British Liberals have promised the Irish nationalists Home Rule, civil war appears imminent 
Jul 18
After 68 straight innings Christy Mathewson gives up a walk 
Jul 19
Billboard publishes earliest known "Last Week's 10 Best Sellers among Popular Songs" Malinda's Wedding Day is #1 
Jul 20
Turkish troops take Adrianopel & Erdine from Bulgaria 
Jul 21
The Egyptian government announces a new constitutional system and electoral law 
Jul 23
Arabs attack Jewish community of Rechovot Palestine 
Jul 25
Carl Weilman strikes out 6 times in a 15 inning game 
Jul 25
Pirates Max Carey goes hitless, but scores 5 runs against Phillies 
Jul 25
A meeting in Johannesburg, called by the South African Native National Congress, now African National Congress, is attended by a large number of people from South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland 
Jul 27
Belgian Philippe Thys wins Tour de France 
Jul 28
12th Davis Cup: USA beats British Isles in Wimbledon (3-2) 
Jul 29
Albania becomes sovereignty under prince Wilhelm von Wied 
Jul 30
Conclusion of 2nd Balkan War 
Aug 3
Wheatland Hop Riot 
Aug 8
Richard Corfields "Camel Corps" opens "Mad Mullah" in Burao Somalia 
Aug 10
2nd Balkan War ends, Treaty of Bucharest, Bulgaria loses 
Aug 13
Otto Witte, a German acrobat and fantasist, is purportedly crowned King of Albania. 
Aug 13
Invention of stainless steel by Harry Brearley, Sheffield, England 
Aug 16
Tōhoku Imperial University of Japan (modern day Tōhoku University) admits its first female students. 
Aug 19
Frenchman Pégoud makes 1st parachute jump in Europe 
Aug 20
1st pilot to parachute from an aircraft (Adolphe Pégoud, France) 
Aug 20
Piotr Nesterow 1st flight (Kiev Ukraine) 
Aug 22
Robert Martineau, bishop of Blackburn 
Aug 26
33rd US Men's Tennis: M E McLoughlin beats R N Williams (6-4 5-7 6-3 6-1) 
Aug 27
Swedish engineer Gideon Sundback of Hoboken applies to patent all-purpose zipper 
Aug 27
Lt Peter Nestrov, of Imperial Russian Air Service, performs a loop in a monoplane at Kiev (1st aerobatic maneuver in an airplane) 
Aug 28
Queen Wilhelmina opens Peace Palace in The Hague 
Aug 29
Pieter Cort Van de Linden forms Dutch government 
Aug 30
Phillies lead Giants 8-6 in top of 9th, fans in bleachers try to distract Giants, Umpire forefeits game to Giants, later overruled 
Aug 31
Soccer club PSV forms in Eindhoven, Netherlands 
Aug 31
Massive protest rally on Sackville Street attacked by the Dublin Metropolitan Police; two strikers killed by the police 
Sep 1
George Bernard Shaw's "Androcles & the Lion" premieres in London 
Sep 1
Yuan Shikai captures Nanjing "2nd Chinese revolution" 
Sep 2
Amsterdam reroutes sewage of canals to South Seas 
Sep 5
Phillies & Braves tie record of only 1 run in a double header, Phillies win 1st game 1-0, then a scoreless tie into 10th 
Sep 6
19th US Golf Amateur Championship won by Jerry Travers 
Sep 6
1st aircraft to loop the loop (Adolphe Pégoud-France) 
Sep 6
Hamilton Alerts apply for ORFU reinstatement, taking the name Hamilton Rowing Club 
Sep 9
Association for Study of Negro Life & History organizes in Chicago 
Sep 10
Cleveland Call & Post forms 
Sep 10
George W Buckner, named minister to Liberia 
Sep 10
Lincoln Highway opens as 1st paved coast-to-coast highway 
Sep 14
27th US Womens Tennis: Mary K Browne beats Dorothy Green (6-2 7-5) 
Sep 14
Cubs Larry Cheney hurls record 14-hit shutout against Giants (7-0) 
Sep 15
1st US milch goat show held, Rochester, NY 
Sep 16
1000s of women demonstrate for Dutch female suffrage 
Sep 20
19th US Golf Open: Francis Ouimet shoots a 304 at The Country Club MA 
Sep 21
1st aerobatic maneuver, sustained inverted flight, performed in France 
Sep 21
Turkey & Bulgaria sign peace treaty in Constantinople 
Sep 22
Coal mine explosion kills 263 at Dawson New Mexico 
Sep 22
George Cohan's "Seven Keys to Baldpate" premieres in NYC 
Sep 22
The first batch of Indian passive resisters, consisting of 12 men and 4 women (including Mrs. Kasturba Gandhi) are arrested at Volksrust and imprisoned in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa 
Sep 23
Roland Garros is 1st to fly over Mediterranean Sea 
Sep 23
Serbian troops march into Albania 
Sep 23
Women protests take place in the Free State, South Africa, led by Charlotte Maxeke, resisting government attempts to impose passes on women; passes are burnt in front of the municipal offices 
Sep 29
Sam S Shubert Theater opens at 225 W 44th St NYC 
Sep 29
Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 36th game 
Sep 29
The Treaty of Constantinople between Turkey and Bulgaria restores peace; the Turks recover Adrianople and Maritza River line 
Oct 2
Phillies beat NY Giants 2 games out of 3 in a tripleheader 
Oct 3
Federal Income Tax signed into law (at 1%) 
Oct 4
Bkln Dodger Jake Daubert earns a new Chalmers auto as NL MVP 
Oct 4
Freddy Wilson of Regina Roughriders kicks 10 singles in a game 
Oct 7
Henry Ford institutes moving assembly line 
Oct 10
British passenger ship Volturno catches fire in Atlantic (136 killed) 
Oct 10
Gamboa Dam in Panama blown up; Atlantic & Pacific waters mix 
Oct 10
Yuan Shikai installed as 1st president of China 
Oct 11
Phila A's beat NY Giants, 4 games to 1 in 10th World Series 
Oct 12
John McGraw, after drinking, blames Wilbert Robinson's coaching mistakes for World Series lose, Robertson blames McGraw & is fired 
Oct 14
Senghenydd Colliery Disaster, the United Kingdom's worst coal mining accident, an explosion claims 439 lives. 
Oct 15
Train crash in Liverpool during "Black Week" 
Oct 16
Booth Theater opens at 222 W 44th St NYC 
Oct 18
Austrian-Hungary demands that Serbia & Albania leave 
Oct 19
At a meeting of the Natal Indian Congress (NIC) in Durban, NIC secretaries, M. C. Anglia and Dada Osman, severely criticise Mahatma Gandhi and tender their resignations 
Oct 21
Transvaal women satyagrahis begin defiance activities, hawking without licenses in Vereeniging; they cross the Natal border and encourage the miners in Newcastle to strike 
Oct 22
Explosion at Dawson NM coal mine kills 263 mine workers 
Oct 24
Joe Tinker fired as Cin Reds manager 
Oct 26
Huerta elected president of Mexico 
Oct 27
Pres Wilson says US will never attack another country 
Oct 29
Floods in El Salvador kill thousands. 
Oct 31
1st US paved coast-to-coast highway, the Lincoln Highway is dedicated 
Nov 1
Notre Dame upsets Army 35-13, 1st to use forward pass effectively 
Nov 1
Less than a week after the US nonintervention promose, President Woodrow Wilson demands that Mexican dictator Huerta resigns 
Nov 2
St Louis Browns mgr George Stovall is 1st to jump to Federal League 
Nov 3
The USA introduces an income tax. 
Nov 5
Ludwig III crowned king of Bavaria 
Nov 6
Mohandas K Gandhi arrested for leading Indian miners march in South Africa 
Nov 9
Storm "Freshwater Fury" sinks 8 ore-carriers on Great Lakes 
Nov 13
1st modern elastic brassiere patented by Mary Phelps Jacob 
Nov 17
1st US dental hygienists course forms, Bridgeport, Ct 
Nov 18
Lincoln Deachey performs first airplane loop-the-loop (San Diego) 
Nov 23
Jim Larkin and James Connolly establish the Irish Citizens Army in order to protect strikers 
Nov 25
The Irish Volunteers founded in Dublin to "secure the rights and liberties common to all the people of Ireland" 
Nov 26
Russian kingdom forbids Polish congregation of speakers 
Nov 26
Phi Sigma Sigma is founded at Hunter College in New York City. 
Nov 28
Heavyweight Jack Johnson KOs Andre Spaul in Paris 
Nov 29
5th CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Tigers defeats Toronto Parkdale, 44-2 
Dec 1
1st drive-up gasoline station opens (Pitts) 
Dec 1
Continuous moving assembly line introduced by Ford (car every 2:38) 
Dec 2
Archdiocese of Managua created 
Dec 2
Government -Barthou falls due to overtime conscription 
Dec 6
White Sox beat Giants 9-4 in exhibition game in Tokyo 
Dec 8
Construction starts on Palace of Fine Arts in SF 
Dec 9
Heavyweight Jack Johnson-Jim Johnson fight to no decision in Paris 
Dec 9
John K Tener becomes president of baseball's National League 
Dec 10
Kamerlingh Onnes receives Nobel prize for physics 
Dec 11
"Mona Lisa," stolen from the Louvre Museum in 1911, recovered 
Dec 12
Hebrew language officially used to teach in Palestinian schools 
Dec 13
British foreign minister Sir Edward Grey proposes that southern Albania be divided between Greece and Albania with compensation to Greece in the Aegean islands 
Dec 14
Greece formally takes possession of Crete 
Dec 15
Nicaragua becomes a signatory to the Buenos Aires copyright treaty. 
Dec 16
Charlie Chaplin began his film career at Keystone for $150 a week 
Dec 18
The Indian Inquiry Commission, also known as the Solomon Commission, commences its sittings in Pretoria 
Dec 19
Jack Johnson fights Jim Johnson to a draw in 10 for heavyweight boxing title 
Dec 21
1st crossword puzzle (with 32 clues) printed in NY World 
Dec 23
President Woodrow Wilson signs Federal Reserve Act into law 
Dec 29
1st movie serial, "Adventures of Kathlyn," premieres in Chicago 
Dec 30
Barnes takes 17 wickets vs South Africa (8-56 & 9-103) 
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