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Notable Historical Events - 1920

1920Babe Ruth's 1st Yankee HR & 50th of career, out of Polo Grounds

1920Jack Dempsey KOs Bill Brennan in 12 for heavyweight boxing title in NYC

1920Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 300th game vs Detroit

1920Wash Senator Walter Johnson no-hits Boston Red Sox, 1-0

1920August Krogh is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the regulation mechanisms of capillaries in skeletal muscle

1920Joan of Arc (Jeanne D'arc) canonized a saint

1920Mussolini's squad begins terror, 11 die in Bologna, Italy

192034th US Women's Tennis: Molla Mallory beats M Zinderstein (6-3 6-1)

1920Babe Ruth sets then home run season record at 54

1920George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" premieres in NYC

1920Jack Dempsey KOs Billy Miske in 3 for heavyweight boxing title 1st radio broadcast of a prizefight

1920Walt Disney starts work as an artist with KC Slide Co for $40 a week

1920 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
The Belorussian Communist Organisation is founded as a separate party. 
Jan 2
10,000 US union & socialist organizers arrested (Palmer Raids) 
Jan 3
Arthur Honegger's "Chant de Nigamon," premieres 
Jan 4
1st Black baseball league, National Negro Baseball League, organizes 
Jan 4
Amsterdam actors decide to strike for retirement benefits 
Jan 10
Mont Canadiens (14) & Tor St Patricks (7) score NHL record 21 goals 
Jan 10
Silver reaches record $1.37 an ounce 
Jan 11
French passenger ship Afrique sinks near La Rochelle; 553 die 
Jan 12
Annual drafting of baseball players from minor leagues to be done in inverse order of the final standings, agreed to 
Jan 13
NY Times editorial (falsely) reports rockets can never fly 
Jan 16
1st assembly of the League of Nations (Paris) 
Jan 16
Georgia declares independence 
Jan 17
Paul Deschanel elected president of France 
Jan 17
First day Prohibition comes into effect in the US as a result of the 18th amendment 
Jan 19
Alexandre Millerand forms French government 
Jan 19
US Senate votes against membership in League of Nations 
Jan 20
Dutch 2nd Chamber passes school laws 
Jan 20
The American Civil Liberties Union is founded. 
Jan 21
14th Davis Cup: Australasia beats Great Britain in Sydney (4-1) 
Jan 23
Dutch refuse to turn over ex-kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany to allies 
Jan 26
Amadeo Modigliani's mistress jumps out of a window 
Jan 26
Former Ford Motor Co. executive Henry Leland launches the Lincoln Motor Company which he later sold to his former employer. 
Jan 29
Walt Disney starts work as an artist with KC Slide Co for $40 a week 
Jan 31
1st Ukrainian daily newspaper in US (NYC) begins publication 
Jan 31
Joe Malone, Quebec Bulldogs, sets NHL record with 7 goals in a game 
Jan 31
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, at Howard University, incorporates 
Feb 1
1st commercial armored car introduced (St Paul Minn) 
Feb 1
Soccer team Quick Boys forms 
Feb 1
Royal Canadian Mounted Police forms as Royal Northwest Mounted Police merge with Dominion Police 
Feb 2
Estonia declares its Independence from Russia (Dorpat Peace) 
Feb 2
France occupies (German) Memel territory 
Feb 2
Tarto/Dorpat peace treaty: USSR recognizes Estonian independence 
Feb 4
1st flight from London to South Africa takes-off (lasts 1½ months) 
Feb 6
Saarland administrated by League of Nations 
Feb 8
Swiss men vote against women's suffrage 
Feb 9
International treaty recognizes Norwegian sovereignty over Svalbard 
Feb 9
Joint Rules Com bans foreign substances & alterations to baseballs 
Feb 10
Baseball outlaws all pitches involving tampering with ball 
Feb 10
Jozef Haller de Hallenburg performs symbolic wedding of Poland to the sea, celebrating restitution of Polish access to open sea. 
Feb 12
-Apr 26] 14,000 Rotterdam/Amsterdam harbor workers strike 
Feb 12
NL votes 6-2 for 1 commissioner AL votes 6-2 to keep group commission 
Feb 13
National Negro Baseball League organizes 
Feb 13
League of Nations recognizes perpetual neutrality of Switzerland 
Feb 13
Switzerland rejoins the League of Nations 
Feb 14
League of Women Voters forms in Chicago 
Feb 19
Netherlands joins League of Nations 
Feb 21
Darius Milhaud & Jean Cocteau's ballet, premieres in Paris 
Feb 22
1st artificial rabbit used at a dog race track (Emeryville California) 
Feb 24
NSDAP begins at Hofbrauhaus Munich 
Feb 24
Peace treaty gives Estonia independence 
Feb 28
Maurice Ravel's "Le tombeau de Couperin," premieres 
Mar 1
Austria becomes a kingdom again, under Adm Horthy 
Mar 1
Buriat ASSR, in RSFSR, constituted 
Mar 2
Karel Capék's "Loupeznik," premieres in Prague 
Mar 3
Montreal Canadiens scores NHL record 16 goals beating Quebec Bulldogs 
Mar 4
Last day of Julian civil calendar in Greece 
Mar 8
Denmark & Cuba join the League of Nations 
Mar 10
NHL's Quebec Bulldog Jim Malone scores 6 goals vs Ottawa Senators 
Mar 13
Wolfgang Kapp's coup attempt in Berlin fails 
Mar 16
1 Acre Park also known as Baby Park in the Bronx renamed Melrose Park 
Mar 18
Greece adopts the Gregorian calendar 
Mar 19
US Senate rejects Treaty of Versailles for 2nd time refusing to ratify League of Nations' covenant (maintaining isolation policy) 
Mar 20
1st flight from London to South Africa lands (took 1½ months) 
Mar 20
US Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld 
Mar 20
US Mens Figure Skating championship won by Sherwin Badger 
Mar 23
Perserikatan Communist of India (PKI) political party forms 
Mar 24
1st US coast guard air station established (Morehead City NC) 
Mar 25
Greek Independence Day 
Mar 27
Hermann Muller becomes German chancellor (SPD) 
Mar 28
Thomas Masaryk elected president of Czechoslovakia 
Mar 28
Palm Sunday tornado outbreak of 1920 affects the Great Lakes region and Deep South states. 
Mar 31
British parliament accepts Irish Home Rule law 
Apr 1
The (Anglican) Church in Wales disestablished 
Apr 1
Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) beat Seattle (PCHA), 3 games to 2 
Apr 4
Arabs attack Jews in Jerusalem 
Apr 6
French troop attacks Main/Darmstadt/Hanau 
Apr 8
LONGA soccer team forms in Tilburg 
Apr 13
1st woman US Civil Service Commissioner, Helen Hamilton appointed 
Apr 14
Tornadoes killed 219 people in Alabama & Mississippi 
Apr 15
New Canadian small cent coin is released 
Apr 17
American Professional Football Association forms (NFL) 
Apr 19
24th Boston Marathon won by Peter Trivoulidas of Greece in 2:29:31 
Apr 20
7th modern Olympic games opens in Antwerp Belgium 
Apr 20
Balfour Declaration recognized, makes Palestine a British Mandate 
Apr 20
Big Show ends 2 year run on NBC radio 
Apr 20
Tornadoes kill 219 in Alabama & Mississippi 
Apr 20
Phillies mgr Gravvy Cravath puts himself in as pinch hitter, his 3- run homer beats NY Giants 3-0 
Apr 21
John Galsworthy's "Skin Game" premieres in London 
Apr 23
Turkish Grand National Assembly 1st meets, in Ankara 
Apr 23
The national council in Turkey denounces the government of Sultan Mehmed VI and announces a temporary constitution. 
Apr 24
British Mandate over Palestine goes into effect (lasts 28 years) 
Apr 24
Polish troops attack Ukraine 
Apr 26
Harlow Shapley & Heber D. Curtis hold "great debate" on nature of nebulae, dalaxies and size of universe at US National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C. 
Apr 27
Pogrom leader Petljoera declares Ukraine Independence 
Apr 28
Azerbaijan SSR joins USSR (1st time) 
May 1
Babe Ruth's 1st Yankee HR & 50th of career, out of Polo Grounds 
May 1
Belgium-Luxembourg toll tunnel opens 
May 1
Longest major league baseball game by inninngs - Brooklyn Dodgers tie Boston Braves, 1-1, in 26 innings 
May 2
1st game of National Negro Baseball League played in Indianapolis 
May 5
German-Latvian peace treaty signed 
May 5
Polish troops occupy Kiev 
May 5
US Pres Wilson makes Communist Labor Party illegal 
May 7
USSR recognizes Georgia's independence 
May 8
46th Kentucky Derby: Ted Rice aboard Paul Jones wins in 2:09 
May 14
Wash Senator Walter Johnson wins his 300th game vs Detroit 
May 14
Giants inform Yankees that the lease allowing them to play in the Polo Grounds will not be renewed at end of 1920 season 
May 15
Soccer team ADO '20 forms in Heemskerk 
May 16
Joan of Arc (Jeanne D'arc) canonized a saint 
May 16
Spanish bullfighter Joselito is fatally gored fighting his last bull 
May 17
1st De Havilland double-decker flight (London) lands in Schiphol 
May 17
1st flight by Dutch airlines KLM (Koninklijke-Luchtvaart-Maatschappij) 
May 18
46th Preakness: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 1:51.6 
May 20
Policemen raid the Cubs' bleachers & arrest 24 fans for gambling 
May 23
Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical Pacem Dei 
May 27
Tatar ASSR forms in Russian SFSR 
May 31
Indianapolis 500: Gaston Chevrolet wins in 5:38:31.901 (142.617 km/h) 
Jun 1
RKSV Volendam soccer team forms in Volendam 
Jun 1
Adolfo de la Huerta becomes president of Mexico. 
Jun 2
Pulitzer prize awarded to Eugene O'Neill (Beyond the Horizon) 
Jun 4
Peace of Trianon between Allies & Hungary 
Jun 5
1st rivet driven on Bank of Italy headquarters at 1 Powell 
Jun 5
A's VP Thomas Shibe denies charges that baseballs are livelier 
Jun 6
Gen Wrangel opens offensive against red Army 
Jun 8
Reds' Edd Roush falls asleep in center during long infield argument Heinie Groh goes to wake him, but ump ejects Roush for delay of game 
Jun 11
Republicans nominate Warren G Harding for president 
Jun 12
52nd Belmont: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 2:14.2 
Jun 12
Farmer Labor Party organized (Chicago) 
Jun 13
Post Office says children could not be sent by parcel post 
Jun 15
De Zweef soccer team forms in Nijverdal 
Jun 15
Duluth lynchings in Minnesota. 
Jun 17
Dutch 2nd Chamber accept Anti-revolution law 
Jun 20
Yanks win protest of 1-0 White Sox win & game is replayed 
Jun 24
Chuvash Autonomous Region forms in RSFSR 
Jun 25
League of Nations places Internationall Court of Justice in Hague 
Jul 1
Wash Senator Walter Johnson no-hits Boston Red Sox, 1-0 
Jul 1
55th British Golf Open: George Duncan shoots a 303 at Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club 
Jul 3
40th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Bill Tilden beats Patterson (2-6 6-3 6-2 6-4) 
Jul 3
Java Technical School Bandung opens 
Jul 3
Royal Air Force holds an air display at Hendon, England 
Jul 3
33rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats D Chambers (6-3 6-0) 
Jul 6
Yankees score 14 in 5th inning & beat Washington Senators, 17-0 
Jul 10
Tris Speaker is stopped at 11 consecutive hits by Tom Zachary 
Jul 12
Lithuania & USSR sign peace treaty, Lithuania becomes independent republic 
Jul 15
Ruth ties his record of 29 HRs in a season 
Jul 16
15th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in Auckland (5-0) 
Jul 16
China joins the League of Nations 
Jul 16
Gen Amos Fries appointed 1st US army chemical warfare chief 
Jul 16
Ruth sets season home run record with 30 en route to 54 
Jul 20
Heerenveen soccer team forms 
Jul 23
British East Africa renamed Kenya & becomes a British crown colony 
Jul 25
Red Sox turn triple-play, but Ruth's 35th HR leads Yanks to 8-2 win 
Jul 27
Radio compass used for 1st time for aircraft navigation 
Jul 27
Resolute beats Shamrock IV (England) in 14th running of America's Cup 
Jul 29
1st transcontinental airmail flight from NY to SF 
Jul 29
Mexican rebel Pancho Villa surrenders 
Jul 29
Construction of the Link River Dam begins as part of the Klamath Reclamation Project. 
Aug 1
Papendrecht soccer team forms 
Aug 1
Peace of Riga-Independence of Latvia 
Aug 2
Marcus Garvey presents his "Back To Africa" program in NYC 
Aug 8
Tigers beat Yanks 1-0 in shortest AL game, 73 minutes 
Aug 9
Bulgarian & allied Peace of Neuilly-sur-Seine goes into effect 
Aug 10
Allies recognize Poland, Czechoslovakia & Romania 
Aug 10
Treaty of Sèvres (Allies & Turkey) 
Aug 10
Turkish government renounces its claim to Israel, recognizes British mandate 
Aug 11
1st peace of Riga-Soviet Union recognizes Independence of Latvia 
Aug 12
Battle of Warsaw (Vistula) between Poland and Russia begins 
Aug 13
24th US Golf Open: Ted Ray shoots a 295 at Inverness Club in Ohio 
Aug 14
Little Entente formed by Czechoslovakia & Yugoslavia 
Aug 14
Olympic Games open in Antwerp 
Aug 16
Ray Chapman, of Indians is hit in head by Yanks' Carl Mays pitch; he dies next day, only major league fatality 
Aug 17
In memory of Ray Chapman (died Aug 16), Yanks cancel game with Indians 
Aug 18
1st class cricket debut of Walter Hammond 
Aug 18
US ratifies the 19th Amendment to the constitution bringing in women's suffrage 
Aug 20
1st US commercial radio station, 8MK (WWJ), Detroit begins daily broadcasting 
Aug 20
Allen Woodring wins Oympic 200 m dash wearing borrowed shoes 
Aug 20
Israel publishes its first medical journal "Ha-Refuah" 
Aug 20
Preliminary meeting in Akron to form American Pro Football League 
Aug 20
Red Sox-Indians game postponed in Boston to allow Indian players to attend Ray Chapman's funeral in Cleveland 
Aug 21
3rd PGA Championship: Jock Hutchison at Flossmoor CC Flossmoor Ill 
Aug 23
M R Rinehart & A Hopwood's "Bat" premieres in NYC 
Aug 25
1st US woman to win in Olympics (Ethelda Bleibtrey) 
Aug 25
Russia suffers a decisive defeat in the battle of Warsaw against Poland 
Aug 26
Percy Fender (Surrey v Northants) scores 100 in 35 mins 
Aug 31
Belgium starts paying old age pensions 
Aug 31
Detroit radio station is 1st to broadcast a news program on the air 
Sep 1
France creates Greater Lebanon 
Sep 1
New town hall of Rotterdam opens 
Sep 2
W Somerset Maugham's "East of Suez" premieres in London 
Sep 4
Last day of Julian civil calendar (in parts of Bulgaria) 
Sep 5
Iron monument unveiled at Stone churches, Flanders 
Sep 6
40th US Men's Tennis: Wm Tilden beats Wm M Johnston (6-1 1-6 7-5 5-7 6-3) 
Sep 6
Jack Dempsey KOs Billy Miske in 3 for heavyweight boxing title 1st radio broadcast of a prizefight 
Sep 8
US Air Mail service begins (NYC to SF) 
Sep 12
7th Olympic games close in Antwerp Belgium 
Sep 16
Bomb explosion in Wall Street, kills 30 
Sep 17
Cards set a record of 12 consecutive hits in 4th (10) & 5th (2) innings 
Sep 17
National Football League organizes in Canton Ohio 12 teams pay $100 each to join American Prof Football Association 
Sep 20
Foundation of the Spanish Legion. 
Sep 22
Chicago grand jury convenes to investigate charges that 8 White Sox players conspired to fix the 1919 World Series 
Sep 23
Alexander Millerand elected president of France 
Sep 25
34th US Women's Tennis: Molla Mallory beats M Zinderstein (6-3 6-1) 
Sep 25
Vern Bradburn of Winnipeg Victorias kicks 9 singles in a game 
Sep 28
8 White Sox indicted, threw 1919 World Series (Black Sox scandal) 
Sep 28
Dirk Fock appointed as governor-general of Dutch East Indies 
Sep 29
Babe Ruth sets then home run season record at 54 
Sep 29
Belgium annexes Eupen/Malmö dy 
Sep 29
Joseph Horne Company in Pittsburgh sells radios for $10 
Sep 30
Time Square Theater opens at 217 W 42nd St NYC 
Oct 1
Dutch law provides for an 8 hour working day 
Oct 1
Sir Percy Cox landed in Basra to assume his responsibilities as high commissioner in Iraq. 
Oct 2
Only tripleheader of century (Reds win 13-4, 7-3 then Pirates win 6-0) 
Oct 3
Browns 1st baseman George Sisler gets his record 257th hit of season 
Oct 3
NFL (then American Pro Football Association) plays 1st games 
Oct 6
1st brothers oppose each other in World Series, Cleve's Wheeler Johnston pinch-hits as brother Jimmy plays 3rd base for Bkln 
Oct 9
1st World Series game in Cleveland, Indians win 2-1 
Oct 10
1st Grandslam in WS (Smith) & 1st unassisted triple play (Wambsganss) 
Oct 10
Italy annexes South Tirol (Alto Adige) 
Oct 10
Phoenix Cardinals (then in Chicago) play 1st NFL game, a 0-0 tie 
Oct 10
Indian Bill Wambsganns makes 1st unassisted World Series triple play 
Oct 10
Indian's Elmer Smith hits baseball's 1st World Series grand slam 
Oct 12
Cleve Indians beat Bkln Dodgers, 5 games to 2 in 17th World Series 
Oct 12
Construction begins on Holland Tunnel connecting NJ & NYC 
Oct 12
Man O'War's last race & win 
Oct 12
Soccer team Quick '20 forms 
Oct 13
World Series celebration in Wade Park brings out 50,000+ Clevelanders 
Oct 14
Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland 
Oct 17
Chicago Bears (as Decatur Staleys) play 1st NFL game, win 7-0 
Oct 20
"1st Year" with Frank Craven premieres in NYC 
Oct 23
Chicago grand jury indicts Abe Attell, Hal Chase, & Bill Burns as go-betweens in Black Sox World Series scandal 
Oct 23
African demonstrators shot in Port Elizabeth, South Africa 
Oct 27
League of Nations moves headquarters in Geneva 
Oct 27
Westinghouse radio station in East Pittsburgh, KDKA begins 
Oct 29
Ed Barrow appointed GM of NY Yankees 
Oct 30
The Communist Party of Australia is founded in Sydney. 
Oct 31
Romania annexes Bessarabia 
Nov 1
Eugene O'Neill's "Emperor Jones" premieres in NYC 
Nov 1
American Fishing Schooner Esperanto defeats the Canadian Fishing Schooner Delawana in the first International Fishing Schooner Championship Races in Halifax. 
Nov 2
Warren G Harding elected 29th president 
Nov 3
"Emperor Jones" opens at Provincetown Theater 
Nov 8
Actress Edna Lewis Thomas debuts at Putnam Theatre Brooklyn 
Nov 8
Baseball meeting to depose Ban Johnson is set for Nov 12th 
Nov 10
George Bernard Shaw's "Heartbreak House" premieres in NYC 
Nov 11
Great Britain's monument to her war dead, the Cenotaph in Whitehall, designed by Edwin Lutyens, unveiled 
Nov 11
The burials of unknown soldiers take place simultaneously in Westminster Abbey, London, at at the Arc de Triomphe, Paris. 
Nov 12
Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis elected 1st baseball commissioner 
Nov 13
Hudson River frozen at Albany 
Nov 14
American Pro Football League's Chic Tiger Joe Guyon punts 95 yards 
Nov 15
Ernst Toller's "Massen und Menschen" premieres in Nuremberg 
Nov 15
Free City of Danzig forms under League of Nations protection 
Nov 15
League of Nations holds first meeting in Geneva 
Nov 16
Australia's Qantas airways founded in Winton, Queensland as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Limited 
Nov 16
1st postage stamp meter is set in Stamford Conn 
Nov 18
Apollo Theater (Academy, Bryant) opens at 221 W 42nd St NYC 
Nov 20
Nobel Peace Prize awarded to US president W Wilson 
Nov 21
Karel Capék's "Vec Makropulos" premieres in Prague 
Nov 21
Mussolini's squad begins terror, 11 die in Bologna, Italy 
Nov 25
1st Thanksgiving Parade (Phila) 
Nov 25
WTAW of College Station, Tx, broadcast 1st football play-by-play 
Nov 28
Kilmichael Ambush, Battle of the Irish War of Independence. 
Dec 3
Turkey & Armenia agree to peace treaty 
Dec 4
1st Pro football playoff game Buffalo-7, Canton-3 at Polo Grounds 
Dec 4
8th CFL Grey Cup: U of Toronto defeats Toronto Argonauts, 16-3 
Dec 5
Pro football playoff game Akron & Buffalo 0-0 tie, title undecided 
Dec 5
Dimitrios Rallis forms a government in Greece. 
Dec 7
NSW make 802 against South Australia, then Mailey takes 8-81 
Dec 7
USPD-KPD parties merge into Vereinigte Communist Party of Germany 
Dec 10
August Krogh is awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the regulation mechanisms of capillaries in skeletal muscle 
Dec 12
Maurice Ravels ballet "La Valse" premieres in Paris 
Dec 13
F Pease's interferometer at Mount Wilson Observatory is the first to measure the diameter of a star (Betelgeuse) 
Dec 13
League of nations establishes Intl Court of Justice in The Hague 
Dec 13
Netherland breaks contact with kingdom of Serbia, Croatia & Slavia 
Dec 14
Jack Dempsey KOs Bill Brennan in 12 for heavyweight boxing title in NYC 
Dec 16
8.5 earthquake rocks the Gansu province in China, killing an estimated 200,000 
Dec 17
AL votes to let spitball pitchers to continue using it 
Dec 17
British Empire receives League of Nations mandate to Nauru 
Dec 17
Japan receives League of Nations mandate over Pacific islands 
Dec 17
South Africa receives League of Nations mandate over SW Africa 
Dec 18
1st US postage stamps printed without the words United States or US 
Dec 19
1st US indoor curling rink opens (Brookline, Mass) 
Dec 19
King Constantine I is restored as King of the Hellenes after the death of his son Alexander I of Greece and a plebiscite. 
Dec 20
Bert Collins scores 104 on Test Cricket debut v England SCG 
Dec 20
Bob Hope becomes an American citizen 
Dec 21
Jerome Kern/BG DeSylva's musical "Sally" premieres in NYC 
Dec 23
Government of Ireland Act / Home Rule Act passed partitioning Ireland 
Dec 24
Enrico Caruso gives his last public performance (NYC) 
Dec 29
The netherlands/Venezuela recover diplomatic relations 
Dec 29
Yugoslav government bans communist party 
Dec 31
Roy Park makes 1st-ball duck in only Test Cricket inn, v Eng at MCG 
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