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Notable Historical Events - 1928

1928Kellogg-Briand Pact, 60 nations agree to outlaw war

1928Paleoanthropologist Davidson Black reports his findings on the ancient human fossils found at Zhoukoudian, China in the journal Nature and declares them to be a new species he names 'Sinanthropus pekinensis' (now known as 'Homo erectus')

1928Paavo Nurmi runs world record 15m (46:49.6)

1928Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb got his 4,191th & final career hit

1928Bradman scores 132* for NSW against MCC

1928Republican National Convention, meeting in KC, nominates Herbert Hoover for President

1928George Eastman shows 1st color motion pictures (US)

1928Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse appears in NY in "Steamboat Willie"

1928American aviator Amelia Earhart becomes the 1st woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean landing at Burry Port, Wales

1928Prussia forbids speech from Adolf Hitler

1928Bradman scores 134 not out (225 mins, 13 fours) NSW v Vic

1928Benito Mussolini signs peace treaty with Abyssinia (Ethiopia)

1928Test Cricket debut of Don Bradman, who scored 18 & 1 vs England

1928Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin

1928Soviet Union orders exile of Leon Trotsky

1928Benito Mussolini modifies Italy electoral system (abolishes right to choose)

1928Alfred Hitchcock's 1st film, "Case Of Jonathan Drew," is released

192811th PGA Championship: Leo Diegel at Five Farms CC Baltimore

192863rd British Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 292 at Royal St George's

1928Herbert Hoover speaks of "American system of rugged individualism"

1928USSR signs Briand-Kellogg-pact

1928Louis Armstrong makes 78 recording of "West End blues"

1928Ty Cobb last hitting appearance, pops out against Yankees

1928Paavo Nurmi runs world record 10 miles (50:15.0)

1928Bradman scores 131 NSW v Queensland, 212 mins, 14 fours

1928Amelia Earhart leaves Nfld to become 1st woman (passenger) to fly Atlantic (as a passenger in a plane piloted by Wilmer Stultz)

1928Benito Mussolini ends women's rights in Italy

1928Ty Cobb, 41, steals home for 50th & final time

1928Walter Johnson signs a 3-year contract to manage the Senators

1928Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie" is released

1928Babe Ruth hits HR # 42 & is 4 weeks ahead of his 1927 pace

1928Herbert Hoover (R) beats Alfred E Smith (D) for US President

19282nd Test Cricket Australia v England starts with Bradman 12th man

1928NY Yankee Lou Gehrig hits 2 triples & 2 HRs to be White Sox 15-7

1928Mae West's NYC debut in a daring new play "Diamond Lil"

1928Bradman scores a century each innings (131 & 133*), NSW v Qld

1928 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
1st US air-conditioned office building opens, San Antonio 
Jan 1
Algemeene Vereeniging Radio Omroep (AVRO) begins broadcasting (Neth) 
Jan 6
Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Mortalium animos (against oecumene) 
Jan 9
Eugene O'Neill's "Marco Millions," premieres in NYC 
Jan 10
G/I Gershwin/Romberg/Wodehouse's musical "Rosalie," premieres in NYC 
Jan 10
Soviet Union orders exile of Leon Trotsky 
Jan 12
Philip Barry & Elmer Rice's "Cock Robin," premieres in NYC 
Jan 13
RCA and GE install three test television sets in homes in Schenectady, New York allowing American inventor E.F.W. Alexanderson to demonstrate the first home television receiver which delivered a poor and unsteady 1.5 square inch picture 
Jan 17
1st fully automatic photographic film developing machine patented 
Jan 23
"Abenteuer of brave Soldier Schwejk" premieres in Berlin 
Jan 28
Christopher Hornsrud chosen PM of Norway 
Jan 30
1st radio telephone connection between Netherlands & US 
Jan 30
Bradman scores 134 not out (225 mins, 13 fours) NSW v Vic 
Jan 30
Eugene O'Neill's "Strange Interlude," premieres in NYC 
Jan 31
Scotch tape 1st marketed by 3-M Company 
Feb 3
Paleoanthropologist Davidson Black reports his findings on the ancient human fossils found at Zhoukoudian, China in the journal Nature and declares them to be a new species he names 'Sinanthropus pekinensis' (now known as 'Homo erectus') 
Feb 7
1st solo England to Australia flight takes off (Bert Hinkler) 
Feb 8
1st transatlantic TV image received, Hartsdale, NY 
Feb 8
Scottish inventor J Blaird demonstrates color-TV 
Feb 11
2nd Winter Olympic games opens in St Moritz, Switzerland 
Feb 19
2nd Winter Olympic games close at St Moritz, Switzerland 
Feb 19
Canadian hockey team wins 3rd consecutive gold medal 
Feb 22
1st solo England to Australia flight lands (Bert Hinkler) 
Mar 1
Paul Whiteman & orchestra record "Ol' Man River" for Victor Records 
Mar 4
"Bunion Run" race from LA to NYC begins; It is won by Andy Payne 
Mar 5
Karl Zuckmayer's "Der Hauptmann von Köpenick," premieres in Berlin 
Mar 11
Netherlands & Belgium tie 1-1 (soccer match in Amsterdam) 
Mar 12
In California, the St. Francis Dam fails, killing over 600 people. 
Mar 13
Rudolph Friml's musical "Three Musketeers" premieres in NYC 
Mar 15
Benito Mussolini modifies Italy electoral system (abolishes right to choose) 
Mar 19
"Amos & Andy" debuts on radio (NBC Blue Network-WMAQ Chicago) 
Mar 22
Noel Coward's musical "This Year of Grace" premieres in London 
Mar 27
KGB-AM in San Diego CA begins radio transmissions 
Mar 27
US Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson 
Mar 27
US Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner 
Mar 29
Yeshiva College (now University) chartered (NYC) 
Apr 1
Chiang Kai-shek's army crosses Yang-tse 
Apr 7
44-yr old NY Ranger GM Lester Patrick replaces his injured goaltender in a Stanley Cup game, & beats Montreal Maroons 2-1 
Apr 9
Eugene O'Neill's "Lazarus Laughed" premieres in Pasadena 
Apr 9
Mae West's NYC debut in a daring new play "Diamond Lil" 
Apr 9
Top-Oss soccer team forms in Oss 
Apr 9
Turkey passes separation of church & state 
Apr 13
1st trans atlantic flight Europe-US (Fitzmaurice-von Hunefeld-Köhl) 
Apr 14
Maddus Airlines starts 1st regular passenger flights between SF & LA 
Apr 14
Stanley Cup: NY Rangers beat Montreal Maroons, 3 games to 2 
Apr 15
Alioto's on Fisherman's Wharf (SF) forms 
Apr 19
32nd Boston Marathon won by Clarence DeMar of Mass in 2:37:07.8 
Apr 19
Japanese troops occupies Sjantung-schiereiland 
Apr 19
Yanks are out of 1st place for 1st time since May 1926 
Apr 19
The 125th and final fascicle of the Oxford English Dictionary is published. 
Apr 24
Fathometer, which measures underwater depth, patented 
Apr 25
Buddy, a German Shepherd, becomes 1st guide dog for a US citizen Morris Frank 
Apr 26
Madame Tussaud's waxwork exhibition opens in London 
Apr 30
Cherkess Autonomous Region forms in RSFSR (until 1957) 
May 1
6 children die & 10 injured by hailstones in Klausenburg, Romania 
May 1
Drunken fascist Erich Wichman attacks VARA-radio transmitter 
May 1
Lei Day begun (a Hawaiian celebration) 
May 1
Pitcairn Airlines (later Eastern) begins service 
May 1
Rotterdam soccer team Black White '28 forms 
May 2
KPQ-AM in Wenatchee WA begins radio transmissions 
May 3
Japanese atrocities in Jinan, China. 
May 7
The United Kingdom lowers age of women voters from 30 to 21 
May 7
Pulitzer prize awarded to Thornton Wilder for (Bridge of San Luis Rey) 
May 10
WGY, Schenectady begins regular TV programming 
May 11
54th Preakness: Raymond Sonny Workman aboard Victorian wins in 2:00.2 
May 11
63rd British Golf Open: Walter Hagen shoots a 292 at Royal St George's 
May 11
General Electric opens 1st TV-station (Schenectady, NY) 
May 12
Benito Mussolini ends women's rights in Italy 
May 12
Opium laws enforced 
May 14
John McGraw is knocked down by a taxicab & suffers a broken leg 
May 15
Mickey Mouse made his 1st ever appearance in silent film "Plane Crazy" 
May 17
9th modern Olympic games opens in Amsterdam 
May 19
54th Kentucky Derby: Chick Lang aboard Reigh Count wins in 2:10.4 
May 19
"Firedamp" explodes in Mather Pa coal mine killing 195 of 273 miners 
May 19
51 frogs enter 1st annual "Frog Jumping Jubilee" (Angel's Camp, Cal) 
May 22
US Congress accept Jones-White Merchant Naval Act 
May 23
Bomb attack on Italians embassy in Buenos Aires, 22 die 
May 24
Record 12 future Hall of Famers take the field, as Yanks beat A's 9-7 
May 24
Umberto Nobile flies airship over North Pole again 
May 26
A's commit 7 errors & lose to Yanks 7-4 
May 28
Dodge Brothers Inc & Chrysler Corp merged 
May 29
Fritz von Opel reaches 200 kph in experimental rocket car 
May 30
Indianapolis 500: Louis Meyer wins in 5:01:33.725 (160.101 km/h) 
May 31
1st aerial crossing of Pacific takes off from Oakland 
May 31
Charlie Hallows scores his 1,000th run of Cricket season 
Jun 2
Velveeta Cheese created by Kraft 
Jun 4
President of the Republic of China Zhang Zuolin is assassinated by Japanese agents. 
Jun 8
1st US-to-Australia flight lands (Sir Charles Kingford) 
Jun 9
60th Belmont: Clarence Kummer aboard Vito wins in 2:33.2 
Jun 9
Charles Kingsford-Smith & Charles Ulm are 1st to fly across the Pacific when they end their flight from California to Brisbane 
Jun 11
Alfred Hitchcock's 1st film, "Case Of Jonathan Drew," is released 
Jun 12
NY Yankee Lou Gehrig hits 2 triples & 2 HRs to be White Sox 15-7 
Jun 14
Republican National Convention, meeting in KC, nominates Herbert Hoover for President 
Jun 15
Ty Cobb, 41, steals home for 50th & final time 
Jun 17
Amelia Earhart leaves Nfld to become 1st woman (passenger) to fly Atlantic (as a passenger in a plane piloted by Wilmer Stultz) 
Jun 18
American aviator Amelia Earhart becomes the 1st woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean landing at Burry Port, Wales 
Jun 24
32nd US Golf Open: Johnny Farrell shoots a 294 at Olympia Fields Ill 
Jun 24
With declining business, the Great Gorge and International Railway begins using one-person crews on trolley operations in Canada. 
Jun 25
NY Giant Fred Lindstrom ties record of 9 hits in a doubleheader 
Jun 28
Alfred E Smith (NY-Gov) nominated for US president at Democratic Convention 
Jun 28
Friedrich Schmiedl attempted rocket mail in Austria (unsuccessful) 
Jun 29
The Outerbridge Crossing and Goethals Bridge in Staten Island, New York both opened. 
Jun 30
Radio Service Bulletin lists radio stations call signs that are to be changed to conform with international standards 
Jul 2
British parliament reduces the age at women can vote to 21 - the same as men (Representation of the People Act 1928) 
Jul 2
The Jenkins Television Corporation (owned by Charles Jenkins) goes on air with W3XK, the first television broadcasting station in the USA 
Jul 3
1st colour TV broadcast in London (John Logie Baird) 
Jul 6
1st all-talking motion picture shown in NY (Lights of NY) 
Jul 6
Worlds largest record hailstone 1.5 lbs (7 inchs in diameter) at the time falls in Potter, Nebraska 
Jul 6
48th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: René Lacoste beats Henri Cochet (6-1 4-6 6-4 6-2) 
Jul 7
41st Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Helen Moody beats L de Alvarez (6-2 6-3) 
Jul 7
Edward Hamm of US, sets then long jump record at 25' 11" 
Jul 7
Sliced bread is sold for the first time by the Chillicothe Baking Company of Chillicothe, Missouri. It is described as the greatest forward step in the baking industry since bread was wrapped". 
Jul 8
Phillies set record of errorless 25 inning doubleheader 
Jul 10
Senator Milt Gaston hurls record tying 14-hit shutout 
Jul 12
1st televised tennis match 
Jul 19
King Fuad of Egypt siezes power and disbands parliament 
Jul 20
The government of Hungary issues a decree ordering Gypsies to end their nomadic ways, settle permanently in one place, and subject themselves to the same laws and taxes as other Hungarians. 
Jul 26
Gene Tunney TKOs Tom Heeney in 11 for heavyweight boxing title 
Jul 26
Yanks score 11 runs in 12th beating Tigers 12-1 
Jul 27
AVRO, General Vereniging Radio Omroep, forms 
Jul 27
Tich Freeman becomes only bowler ever to take 200 first-class wickets before end of July. 
Jul 28
9th Olympic Games open in Amsterdam 
Jul 29
Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie" is released 
Jul 29
Cleve Indians score 17 in 1st 2 inns to beat Yanks 24-6 at Dunn Field they also set a record with 24 singles in 1 game 
Jul 29
23rd Davis Cup: France beats USA in Paris (4-1) 
Jul 30
George Eastman shows 1st color motion pictures (US) 
Jul 31
1st woman to win a track and field olympic gold medal, Halina Konopacka of Poland 
Aug 1
Babe Ruth hits HR # 42 & is 4 weeks ahead of his 1927 pace 
Aug 2
Benito Mussolini signs peace treaty with Abyssinia (Ethiopia) 
Aug 3
Ray Barbuti saves US team from defeat in Amsterdam Olympics track events by winning 400 m (47.8 sec) 
Aug 11
Carl Hubbell's 1st major league victory is a 4-0 shutout of Phils 
Aug 11
Georges Ronsse becomes world champion cyclists 
Aug 12
9th Olympic Games close in Amsterdam 
Aug 13
Soviet Union Spartacan Games begins 
Aug 14
Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur's "Front Page," premieres in NYC 
Aug 25
Tri-City Rugby Football Union forms consisting of Moose Jaw, Regina & Winnipeg 
Aug 27
16 die in a NYC subway's 2nd worst accident 
Aug 27
42nd US Women's Tennis: Helen W Moody beats Helen Hull Jacobs (6-2 6-1) 
Aug 27
Kellogg-Briand Pact, 60 nations agree to outlaw war 
Aug 30
Jawaharlal Nehru requests independence of India 
Aug 31
Brecht & Weils "Dreigroschenoper" premieres 
Sep 1
Albania becomes a kingdom, with Zogu I as king 
Sep 3
Baseball Hall of Famer Ty Cobb got his 4,191th & final career hit 
Sep 6
USSR signs Briand-Kellogg-pact 
Sep 7
Sophie Treadwell's "Machinal" premieres in NYC 
Sep 9
Silvio Cator of Haiti, sets then long jump record at 26' ½" 
Sep 11
1st TV drama-WGY's Queens Messenger 
Sep 11
Ty Cobb last hitting appearance, pops out against Yankees 
Sep 12
-17] Hurricane in Florida, kills 6,000 
Sep 12
Katharine Hepburn's NY stage debut in "Night Hostess" 
Sep 13
KOH-AM in Reno NV begins radio transmissions 
Sep 15
400 kg Fournier-albums (forged postage stamps) burn in Geneva 
Sep 15
Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin 
Sep 15
Cards set NL record of 18 men left on base beating Phillies 8-6 
Sep 15
Stothard, Kalmar & Ruby's musical "Good Boy," premieres in NYC 
Sep 15
Tich Freeman becomes the only bowler to take 300 wickets in an English cricket season. 
Sep 16
Hurricane hits West Palm Beach-Lake Okeechobee Florida; 3,000 die 
Sep 17
48th US Men's Tennis: Henri Cochet beats F T Hunter (4-6 6-4 3-6 7-5 6-3) 
Sep 17
Hurricane hits Lake Okeechobee Florida drowning 1,800-2500 
Sep 17
Pitcher Ray Boggs hits 3 batters in 1 inning 
Sep 18
Cards beat Phillies for 20th of 22 games in 1928 
Sep 18
Juan de la Cierva flies 1st helicopter above Channel 
Sep 19
Mickey Mouse's screen debut (Steamboat Willie at Colony Theater NYC) 
Sep 21
"My Weekly Reader" magazine made its debut 
Sep 24
Cohan/Lardner's musical "Elmer the Great" premieres in NYC 
Sep 27
The Nationalist Republic of China is recognised by the United States. 
Sep 28
1st recording session in Nashville (Warmack's Gully Jumpers) 
Sep 28
Juan de la Cierva makes 1st helicopter flight over English Channel 
Sep 28
NY Yanks clinch pennant #6 
Sep 28
Prussia forbids speech from Adolf Hitler 
Sep 28
US acknowledge Chinese government of Chiang Kai-shek 
Sep 28
Valentin Katayev's "Kvadratura Kruga" premieres in Moscow 
Sep 28
UK passes the Dangerous Drugs Act outlawing cannabis. 
Sep 29
Cardinals win NL pennant with a 3-1 win at Boston 
Sep 29
Yanks (17) Tigers (28) set 9 inning hit record (45)-Tigers win 19-10 
Sep 30
Le Sifflet publishes 1st precursor of Kuifje (Tintin) 
Sep 30
Leon Vanderstuyft of Belgium cycles record 76 mi 604 yds in 1 hr 
Oct 1
Leon Vanderstuyft of Belgium bicycled 76 miles 504 yards in 1 hour 
Oct 1
Paavo Nurmi runs world record 15m (46:49.6) 
Oct 1
USSR launches its first 5-year plan 
Oct 2
The "Prelature of the Holy Cross and the Work of God", commonly known as Opus Dei, was founded by Saint Josemaría Escrivá. 
Oct 3
French submarine "Ondine" sinks returning to Toulon, drowning 42 
Oct 4
25th World Series begins, NY Yankees vs St Louis Cardinals 
Oct 4
KPD begins petition against Germany building a battle fleet 
Oct 6
11th PGA Championship: Leo Diegel at Five Farms CC Baltimore 
Oct 6
Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek becomes president of China 
Oct 6
Josip Broz (Tito) sentenced to 5 years in jail 
Oct 7
Paavo Nurmi runs world record 10 miles (50:15.0) 
Oct 7
Race Tafari Makonnen crowned king of Abyssinia 
Oct 8
Cole Porter & E Ray Goetz' musical "Paris" premieres in NYC 
Oct 8
Eastern Soccer League forms in USA 
Oct 8
Joseph Szigeti debuted Alfredo Casella's Violin Concerto. 
Oct 9
Marcel Pagnol's "Topaz" premieres in Paris 
Oct 9
NY Yankees sweep Cards in 25th World Series, Ruth hits 3 HR in game 
Oct 9
NY Yankees become 1st to sweep consecutive World Series 
Oct 12
1st use of iron lung (Boston's Children Hospital) 
Oct 15
German dirigible "Graf Zeppelin" lands in Lakehurst, NJ 
Oct 15
Walter Johnson signs a 3-year contract to manage the Senators 
Oct 16
Mickey Cochrane wins AL MVP honors, edging Heinie Manush by 2 points 
Oct 22
China expels all Russian instructors & civil servants 
Oct 22
ESL Robinson's "Far-Off Hills" premieres in Dublin 
Oct 22
Herbert Hoover speaks of "American system of rugged individualism" 
Oct 22
Phi Sigma Alpha fraternity is founded at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. 
Oct 28
Bradman scores 131 NSW v Queensland, 212 mins, 14 fours 
Oct 28
Indonesian child laws enforced in Bahasa Indonesia 
Nov 1
1st celebration of Authors' Day 
Nov 1
Bradman scores a century each innings (131 & 133*), NSW v Qld 
Nov 1
Graf Zeppelin sets airship distance record of 6384 km 
Nov 2
Dmitri Shostakovitch's 1st Symphony, L Stokovski premieres in Phila 
Nov 3
Turkey switches from Arabic to Roman alphabet 
Nov 4
Jose Moncada elected president of Nicaragua 
Nov 6
Clevelanders vote to build a stadium with city bonds 
Nov 6
Herbert Hoover (R) beats Alfred E Smith (D) for US President 
Nov 6
Colonel Jacob Schick patents 1st electric razor 
Nov 6
Swedes start a tradition of eating Gustavus Adolphus pastries to commemorate the king. 
Nov 8
George & Ira Gershwin's musical "Treasure Girl" premieres in NYC 
Nov 10
Emperor Hirohito's official coronation as Emperor of Japan 
Nov 11
France's 5th government of Poincaré forms 
Nov 11
KXO-AM in El Centro CA begins radio transmissions 
Nov 11
WGL-AM in Ft Wayne IN begins radio transmissions 
Nov 11
WMT-AM in Cedar Rapids IA begins radio transmissions 
Nov 11
WOL-AM in Washington DC begins radio transmissions 
Nov 12
British steamer "Vestris" capsizes & sinks off Virginia, kills 110 
Nov 13
Bradman scores 132* for NSW against MCC 
Nov 17
Boston Garden officially opens 
Nov 17
Notre Dame finally lost a football game after nearly 25 years 
Nov 18
Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse appears in NY in "Steamboat Willie" 
Nov 20
Boston Gardens opens, Mont Canadiens beat Boston Bruins, 1-0 
Nov 20
WGH-AM in Newport News VA begins radio transmissions 
Nov 22
"Bolero" by Maurice Ravel first performed publicly (Paris) 
Nov 26
Paul Claudel's "Lepdrehumily" premieres in Dresden 
Nov 26
Philip Barry's "Holiday" premieres in NYC 
Nov 30
Test Cricket debut of Don Bradman, who scored 18 & 1 vs England 
Dec 1
CFL Grey Cup: Ham Tigers beats Regina 30-0 at Hamilton 
Dec 1
Railroad museum opens in Utrecht Neth 
Dec 2
Cardinals' 1B Jim Bottomley is voted NL MVP 
Dec 4
Walter Donaldson & Gus Kahn's musical "Whoopee" premieres in NYC 
Dec 5
England defeats Australia by record 675 runs at Brisbane 
Dec 5
MW Miklas elected president of Austria 
Dec 11
Buenos Aires police thwart an attempt on Pres-elect Herbert Hoover 
Dec 11
NL Pres John Heydler proposes designated hitter for pitchers 
Dec 12
Nichols/Brownes "Wings over Europe" premieres in NYC 
Dec 13
Clip-on tie designed 
Dec 13
George Gershwin's "An American In Paris" premieres (NYC) 
Dec 14
2nd Test Cricket Australia v England starts with Bradman 12th man 
Dec 17
John McGraw backs NL Pres John Heydler's designated hitter idea 
Dec 19
1st autogyro flight in US 
Dec 20
1st international dogsled mail leaves Minot, Maine for Montreal, Quebec 
Dec 20
Ethel Barrymore Theater opens at 243 W 47th St NYC 
Dec 23
NBC sets up a permanent, coast-to-coast radio network 
Dec 24
George Abbott Theater (Adelphi, 54 St) opens at 152 W 54th St NYC 
Dec 25
Christmas Day attendance at cricket MCG (Vic v NSW) 14,887 
Dec 25
NSW (v Vic) go from 8-74 to 9-113 to be 9-367 at stumps 
Dec 26
Johnny Weissmuller announces his retirement from amateur swimming 
Dec 26
World record 10th wicket stand 307 (Kippax / Hooker) NSW v Vic 
Dec 28
Last recording of Ma Rainey, "Mother of the Blues," made 
Dec 28
Louis Armstrong makes 78 recording of "West End blues" 
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