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1931Bradman scores 226, the 1st Test Cricket century at Gabba, v South Africa

1931Bradman scores 152 Aust v WI, 154 minutes, 13 fours 2 fives

1931Al Capone convicted of tax evasion, sentenced to 11 years in prison

1931Bradman bowled by Herman Griffith for a duck as W I win the Test

1931Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" premieres at Los Angeles Theater

1931Lou Gehrig hitless in Detroit, his 1,000th consecutively played game

1931Jane Addams (1st US woman) named co-recipient of Nobel Peace Prize

19311st Test Cricket match at the Gabba Bradman scores 200 on 1st day

1931Arkansas legislature passes motion to pray for soul of H L Mencken after he calls state "apex of moronia"

1931Lou Gehrig completes his 6th straight season, playing in every game (.3486) Jim Bottomley (.3481)

1931Mob hitman Mad Dog Coll allegedly participates in a kidnapping attempt that results in the shooting death of a child, which earns him the nickname "Mad Dog"

1931Bradman scores 112 Australia v South Africa at cricket SCG

1931Charlie Chaplin receives France's distinguished Legion of Honor

19311st rocket-powered aircraft design patented (Robert Goddard)

1931Bradman scores 220 NSW v Victoria, 308 mins, 13 fours

1931Babe Ruth hits his 600th HR, off George Blaeholder of Browns

1931Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical on Nun abbiamo bisogno (We do not need fascism and Mussolini)

1931Bradman scores 135 NSW v South Africa, 128 mins, 15 fours

1931Gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years for tax evasion

1931Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2 mile (8:59.6)

1931Salvatore Maranzano is murdered by Charles Luciano's hitmen.

1931Teenage girl strikes out Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game in Chattanooga, Tennessee

1931Thomas Edison submits his last patent application.

1931Lou Gehrig hits a HR but is called out for passing a runner, mistake costs him AL home run crown; he & Babe Ruth tie for season

1931Gandhi & British viceroy Lord Irwin sign pact

1931Al Capone is indicted on 5,000 counts of prohibition & perjury

1931The original "Dracula", starring Bela Lugosi as the titular vampire, is released

1931Lou Gehrig's 4 RBIs break his old RBI mark of 175 en route to 184

1931Bradman scores 219 NSW v South Africa, 234 mins, 15 fours

1931Bradman scores 223 Australia v WI, 297 mins, 26 fours

1931Stalin throws Krupskaya Lenin out of Central Committee

1931Chinese People's Republic proclaimed by Mao Zedong

1931 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 3
Nels Stewart of Montreal Maroons scores 2 goals in 4 sec (record) 
Jan 5
1st woman to purchase a baseball team Lucille Thomas purchases Topeka franchise in the Western League 
Jan 6
Thomas Edison submits his last patent application. 
Jan 7
Guy Menzies flies the first solo non-stop trans-Tasman flight (from Australia to New Zealand) in 11 hours and 45 minutes, crash-landing on New Zealand's west coast. 
Jan 8
Phila Quakers set then NHL record of 15 straight loses 
Jan 10
Phila Quakers defeat Montreal, ends NHL-record 15-game losing streak 
Jan 16
Bradman scores 223 Australia v WI, 297 mins, 26 fours 
Jan 22
French government of Steeg falls 
Jan 22
VARA begins experimental TV broadcast in Diamantbeurs Amsterdam 
Jan 22
Sir Isaac Isaacs is sworn in as the first Australian-born Governor-General of Australia. 
Jan 26
Hungary-Austria sign peace treaty 
Jan 26
Lynn Riggs' "Green Grow the Lilacs," premieres in NYC 
Jan 28
Bradman scores 220 NSW v Victoria, 308 mins, 13 fours 
Jan 30
Charlie Chaplin's "City Lights" premieres at Los Angeles Theater 
Jan 31
NHL's Quebec Bulldogs' Joseph Malone scores a record 7 goals 
Jan 31
Philip Barry's "Tomorrow & Tomorrow," premieres in NYC 
Feb 2
1st siyyum of Talmud celebrated by Daf Yomi students 
Feb 2
1st use of a rocket to deliver mail (Austria) 
Feb 3
Arkansas legislature passes motion to pray for soul of H L Mencken after he calls state "apex of moronia" 
Feb 3
The Hawke's Bay earthquake, New Zealand's worst natural disaster, kills 258 
Feb 4
National League adopts a deader baseball 
Feb 5
Maxine Dunlap becomes 1st US women to earn a glider pilot license 
Feb 7
US opera, "Peter Ibbetson," by Deems Taylor premieres at Met Opera NYC 
Feb 8
Gas explosion Fire in Fushun-coal mine, Manchuria kills 3,000 
Feb 10
New Delhi becomes capital of India 
Feb 10
Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Harts premieres in NYC 
Feb 12
Vatican Radio begins broadcasting with the callsign HVJ 
Feb 14
Bradman scores 152 Aust v WI, 154 minutes, 13 fours 2 fives 
Feb 14
Spanish government of General Damasco Berenguer falls 
Feb 14
The original "Dracula", starring Bela Lugosi as the titular vampire, is released 
Feb 15
Spring training site of NY Yankees in St Petersburg is renamed Miller Huggins Field in honor of the team's late manager 
Feb 16
Extreme right wing Pehr Evind Svinhufvud becomes president of Finland 
Feb 17
1st telecast of a sporting event in Japan (baseball) 
Feb 17
Hockey's Hershey Bears (now with AHL) 1st game 
Feb 20
Congress allows California to build Oakland-Bay Bridge 
Feb 21
Alka Seltzer introduced 
Feb 21
Chicago White Sox & NY Giants play 1st exhibition night game 
Feb 28
Canadian Rugby Union adopts the forward pass 
Feb 28
Oswald Mosley founds his New Party 
Mar 3
"Star Spangled Banner" officially becomes US national anthem by congressional resolution 
Mar 3
Cab Calloway records "Minnie Moocher" (Jazz's 1st million seller) 
Mar 4
Bradman bowled by Herman Griffith for a duck as W I win the Test 
Mar 4
West Indies beat Australia for the 1st time, by 30 runs at SCG 
Mar 5
Gandhi & British viceroy Lord Irwin sign pact 
Mar 10
British Labour party removes fascist sir Oswald Mosley 
Mar 11
Ready for Labour and Defence of the USSR, abbreviated as GTO, is introduced in the Soviet Union. 
Mar 14
1st theater built for rear movie projection (NYC) 
Mar 16
Genootschap Onze Taal (Our Language) organizes (Neth) 
Mar 17
Stalin throws Krupskaya Lenin out of Central Committee 
Mar 18
1st electric shavers go on sale in US (Schick) 
Mar 18
Juan Bautista Aznar becomes premier of Spain 
Mar 19
Nevada legalizes gambling 
Mar 20
Bishop Schreiber warns against national-socialism in Berlin 
Mar 21
KRO-broadcast studio initiated in Hilversum Holland 
Mar 21
US Ladies' Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson 
Mar 21
US Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner 
Mar 23
Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev embrace the gallows during the Indian struggle for independence. Their request to be shot by a firing squad is refused. 
Mar 25
Hal Kemp & his orchestra record Whistles, with Skinnay Ennis 
Mar 25
Scottsboro Boys (accused of raping a white woman) arrested in Alabama 
Mar 26
Iraq & Trans-Jordan sign peace treaty 
Mar 26
Leo Bentley bowls 3 consecutive perfect games in Lorain, Ohio 
Mar 26
New Delhi replaces Calcutta as capital of British-Indies 
Mar 27
Charlie Chaplin receives France's distinguished Legion of Honor 
Mar 27
John McGraw says night baseball will not catch on 
Apr 1
Earthquake devastate Managua Nicaragua, kills 2,000 
Apr 1
Jackie Mitchell became 1st female in professional baseball 
Apr 2
Teenage girl strikes out Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig in an exhibition game in Chattanooga, Tennessee 
Apr 6
1st Scottsboro (Ala) trial begins - 9 blacks accused of rape 
Apr 6
1st broadcast of "Little Orphan Annie" on NBC-radio 
Apr 7
Seals Stadium opens in SF 
Apr 8
"White Horse Inn" opens in London 
Apr 8
Dmitri Shostakovitch's ballet "The Arrow" premieres 
Apr 9
Chicago Cy Wentworth beats Mont Canadiens at 13:50 of 6th period 
Apr 12
Joe McCarthy debuts as NY Yankee manager 
Apr 12
Spanish voters reject the monarchy 
Apr 14
Spain becomes republic with overthrow of King Alfonso XIII 
Apr 14
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 3 games to 2 
Apr 15
1st walk across American backwards begins 
Apr 20
35th Boston Marathon won by Jim Henigan of Mass in 2:46:45.8 
Apr 20
British House of Commons agrees for sports play on Sunday 
Apr 22
Egypt & Iraq sign peace treaty 
Apr 26
Lou Gehrig hits a HR but is called out for passing a runner, mistake costs him AL home run crown; he & Babe Ruth tie for season 
Apr 27
100°F (38°C), Pahala, Hawaii (state record) 
Apr 28
Program for woman athletes approved for 1932 Olympics track & field 
Apr 29
Cleve Indian Wes Ferrell no-hits St Louis Browns, 9-0 
May 1
Empire State Building opens in NYC 
May 1
Norway claims Peter I Island 
May 1
Singer Kate Smith begins her long-running radio program on CBS 
May 4
Mustafa Kemal Pasja becomes Turkish president 
May 8
Operette "Land of Smiles" premieres in London 
May 9
57th Preakness: George Ellis aboard Mate wins in 1:59 
May 10
Golf ball size hail falls in Burlington, NJ 
May 11
Credit-Anstalt, Austria's largest bank, fails, beginning financial collapse of Central Europe 
May 13
Paul Doumer elected president of France 
May 14
Ådalen shootings: five people are killed in Ådalen, Sweden, as soldiers open fire on an unarmed trade union demonstration. 
May 15
Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Quadragesimo anno 
May 16
57th Kentucky Derby: Charley Kurtsinger on Twenty Grand wins 2:01.8 
May 19
Cruiser Deutschland launched in Kiel 
May 21
Belgian government of Jaspar falls 
May 22
Canned rattlesnake meat 1st goes on sale in Florida 
May 23
Whipsnade Zoo opens in Bedfordshire, England 
May 24
1st air-conditioned train installed-B&O Railroad 
May 27
1st full scale wind tunnel for testing airplanes, Langley Field Va 
May 27
Piccard & Knipfer make 1st flight into stratosphere, by balloon 
May 30
Phillies Chuck Klein homers off Ben Cantwell (Braves) in both ends DH 
May 30
Indianapolis 500: Louis Schneider wins in 5:10:27.948 (155.509 km/h) 
May 31
7.1 magnitude Earthquake destroys Quetta in modern-day Pakistan: 40,000 dead. 
Jun 1
Rozenburg soccer team forms in Rozenburg 
Jun 5
Jules Renkin becomes premier of Belgium 
Jun 5
66th British Golf Open: Tommy Armour shoots a 296 at Carnoustie Golf Links 
Jun 6
"There Ought To Be A Moonlight Saving Time" by Guy Lombardo hits #1 
Jun 6
Yanks turn triple-play but lose 7-5 to Indians 
Jun 8
Duke of Kent wed Princess Marina of Greece and Denmark 
Jun 8
Suriname Work Committee under Louis Doedel forms in Paramaribo 
Jun 9
1st rocket-powered aircraft design patented (Robert Goddard
Jun 9
1st showing of a Donald Duck cartoon 
Jun 10
Norway occupies East Greenland 
Jun 12
Al Capone is indicted on 5,000 counts of prohibition & perjury 
Jun 13
63rd Belmont: Charley Kurtsinger aboard Twenty Grand wins in 2:29.6 
Jun 14
French "St Philbert" overturns off St Nazaire France, drowns 450 
Jun 14
Reinhard Heydrich's 1st meeting with Himmler 
Jun 15
Eddie Collins & Harry Heilmann retire from baseball 
Jun 15
Poland & USSR sign friendship & trade treaty 
Jun 16
Austrian government of Ender falls 
Jun 19
1st photoelectric cell installed commercially West Haven Ct 
Jun 20
Karl Buresch becomes chancellor of Austrian 
Jun 22
RVU, Radio-Volks-University, forms 
Jun 23
Wiley Post & Harold Catty took off for flight around world 
Jun 24
USSR & Afghanistan sign neutrality treaty 
Jun 27
3rd Ryder Cup: US wins, 9-3 at Scioto Country Club (Columbus, Ohio, US) 
Jun 29
109°F (43°C), Monticello, Florida (state record) 
Jun 29
Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical on Nun abbiamo bisogno (We do not need fascism and Mussolini
Jul 1
Cleveland Municipal Stadium is completed 
Jul 1
Ice vending machines introduced in LA 25 lbs, 15 cents 
Jul 1
Phillies Chuck Klein hits for cycle vs Chicago Cubs 
Jul 1
Trans African Railway in use (Benguela, Angola-Jadotville, Congo) 
Jul 3
51st Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Sid Wood Jr beats F X Shields (walkover) 
Jul 3
Max Schmeling TKOs Young Stribling in 15 for heavyweight boxing title 
Jul 3
44th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Cilly Aussem beats H Sperling (6-2 7-5) 
Jul 4
1st fireworks are held at Cleveland Stadium 
Jul 4
1st trailside museum opens in Cleveland Metroparks 
Jul 6
35th US Golf Open: Billy Burke shoots a 292 at Inverness Club Ohio 
Jul 11
NY Giants beat Phillies 23-8 
Jul 12
45,715 fans in 35,000 seat Sportsman Park St Louis, help cause many ground ruled doubles, 11 in 1st game & 21 in 2nd game for 32 
Jul 18
1st air-conditioned ship (Mariposa) launched 
Jul 21
Reno race track, becomes 1st in US to use daily double wagering 
Jul 23
Ashmore & Cartier Is in Indian Ocean transferred to Australia 
Jul 23
France announces it can't afford to send a team to 1932 LA olympics 
Jul 24
George Gunn gets 183 & son of a gunn George Vernon 100* same innings 
Jul 24
Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2 mile (8:59.6) 
Jul 24
A fire at a home for the elderly in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania kills 48 people. 
Jul 26
26th Davis Cup: France beats Great Britain in Paris (3-2) 
Jul 27
Chilean president Carlos Ibáñez forced out 
Jul 27
Grasshoppers in Iowa, Nebr & SD destroyed thousands of acres of crops 
Jul 28
White Sox score 11 in 8th to beat Yankees 14-12 
Jul 28
Mob hitman Mad Dog Coll allegedly participates in a kidnapping attempt that results in the shooting death of a child, which earns him the nickname "Mad Dog" 
Aug 2
Spanish Catalonia agrees (99+%) for autonomous status 
Aug 5
Det Tiger Tommy Bridges perfect game is broken up with 2 outs in 9th 
Aug 8
Wash Senator Bob Burke no-hits Boston Red Sox, 5-0 
Aug 12
Yangtzee River floods after heavy rain crumbles dikes in China 
Aug 13
Cin Red Tony Cuccinello goes 6 for 6 
Aug 15
Ernest Lassy completes longest canoe journey without port (6,102 mi) 
Aug 15
Roy Wilkins joined NAACP as asst secretary 
Aug 15
Spakenburg soccer team forms 
Aug 18
Lou Gehrig hitless in Detroit, his 1,000th consecutively played game 
Aug 19
Lefty Grove wins AL record tying 16th consecutive game 
Aug 20
45th US Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats Eileen Whitingstall (6-4 6-1) 
Aug 21
Babe Ruth hits his 600th HR, off George Blaeholder of Browns 
Aug 23
45th US Women's Tennis: Helen Moody beats Eileen B Whitingstall (6-4 6-1) 
Aug 23
Count Gyula Károlyi becomes premier of Hungary 
Aug 23
Phila A's Lefty Grove, loses 1-0 (Browns) after winning 16 straight 
Aug 24
France & USSR sign neutrality/no attack treaty 
Sep 1
Gehrig hits his 3rd grand slam in 4 days & his 6th HR in consec games 
Sep 10
Lord Cecil of British government says War was never so improbable 
Sep 11
Salvatore Maranzano is murdered by Charles Luciano's hitmen. 
Sep 12
51st US Mens Tennis: H E Vines beats George M Lott Jr (7-9 6-3 9-7 7-5) 
Sep 13
Capt G H Stainworth flies world speed record (655 kph) 
Sep 13
Right-radical coup of Dr Pfrimer fails in Austria 
Sep 15
British naval fleet mutinies at Invergordon over pay cuts 
Sep 15
Phila A's clinch pennant, beating Cleveland 
Sep 16
Blimp is moored to Empire State Building (NYC) 
Sep 16
St Louis Cards repeat as NL champions with a 6-3 win over Phillies 
Sep 17
1st LP record demonstrated (RCA Victor, NYC), venture failed 
Sep 17
Operetta "Victoria & Her Husband," premieres in London 
Sep 17
Red Sox Earl Webb sets record with 65 en route to 67 doubles 
Sep 18
Japan takes Manchuria, renames it Manchukuo 
Sep 18
To create a pretext for the invasion of Manchuria, China, a railway explosion is faked by the Japanese. 
Sep 19
14th PGA Championship: Tom Creavy at Wannamoisett CC Rumford RI 
Sep 19
Japanese troops conquer Mukden, South Manchuria 
Sep 19
Lefty Grove wins his 30th game of season over White Sox, 2-1 
Sep 20
Lou Gehrig's 4 RBIs break his old RBI mark of 175 en route to 184 
Sep 21
Britain abandons gold standard; pound devalues 20% 
Sep 22
In New Zealand, the Coalition Government forms to combat the Depression (their lack of success led to the election of the First Labour Government in 1935) 
Sep 24
Round-robin playoff among NYC's 3 major league teams, to raise money for unemployed, concludes with Brooklyn losing to both Giants & Yanks 
Sep 27
Lou Gehrig completes his 6th straight season, playing in every game (.3486) Jim Bottomley (.3481) 
Sep 27
Closest NL batting race ends Chick Hafey (.3488) beats Bill Terry's 
Sep 28
Peking (200,000 demonstrators demand declaration of war on Japan) 
Sep 30
Start of "Die Voortrekkers" youth movement for Afrikaners in Bloemfontein, South Africa. 
Oct 1
Spanish Cortes accept general female suffrage 
Oct 1
World Series is a rematch as A's seek 3rd straight title vs Cards 
Oct 1
The second (and current) Waldorf-Astoria Hotel is opened in New York. 
Oct 2
Pope Pius XI encyclical On economic crisis 
Oct 4
Dick Tracy comic strip by Chester Gould debuts 
Oct 4
Juan Esteban Montero becomes president of Chile 
Oct 5
1st nonstop transpacific flight, Japan to Wash (Herndon & Pangborn) 
Oct 5
Paul Green's "House of Connelly," premieres in NYC 
Oct 6
Js Van Severen forms Verdinaso (Union of Flemish Natl Solidarists) 
Oct 7
1st infra-red photograph, Rochester, NY 
Oct 10
A J Bennett hits H Garbarino for 1st scoring pass in Canada's Big 4 
Oct 10
St Louis Cards beat Phila A's, 4 games to 3 in 28th World Series 
Oct 10
William Waltons "Belshazzar's Feast" premieres in Leeds 
Oct 11
100,000 extreme-right Germans form "Harzburger Front" 
Oct 12
1st International Conference on Calendar Reform 
Oct 13
Musical "Everybody's Welcome" with T/J Dorsey premieres in NYC 
Oct 13
Noel Cowards "Cavalcade" premieres in London 
Oct 14
1st broadcast of Dutch Radio Peoples University 
Oct 14
Spanish Cortes agrees to separation of Church & State 
Oct 16
Trunk murderess Winnie Ruth Judd chops 1st 
Oct 17
Al Capone convicted of tax evasion, sentenced to 11 years in prison 
Oct 20
Frankie Frisch of the Cards named MVP 
Oct 24
George Washington Bridge linking New York City and New Jersey dedicated, opens the next day 
Oct 24
Gangster Al Capone is sentenced to 11 years for tax evasion 
Oct 26
Eugene O'Neill's "Mourning Becomes Electra" premieres in NYC 
Oct 27
Chuhei Numbu of Japan, sets then long jump record at 26' 2½" 
Oct 29
Lefty Grove, A's pitcher who won 31 games, is named the AL's MVP 
Oct 30
W2XB TV channel 1 in NYC, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Nov 1
Dupont introduces synthetic rubber 
Nov 2
Warren, Dixon & Young's musical "Laugh Parade" premieres in NYC 
Nov 3
First commercially produced synthetic rubber manufactured 
Nov 4
Jean Genet's "Judith" premieres in Paris 
Nov 7
Chinese People's Republic proclaimed by Mao Zedong 
Nov 10
4th Academy Awards - "Cimarron", Lionel Barrymore & Marie Dressler win 
Nov 11
Cornerstones laid for Opera House & Veteran's Building 
Nov 12
Maple Leaf Gardens opens in Toronto - Chic Blackhawks beat Leafs, 2-1 
Nov 12
Sibelius/Ashton's ballet "Lady of Shalott" premieres in London 
Nov 13
Hattie Caraway (D-AK) appointed first US woman senator 
Nov 14
Ottawa Mint Act is proclaimed in Britain 
Nov 17
Bradman scores 135 NSW v South Africa, 128 mins, 15 fours 
Nov 20
Commercial teletype service begins (AT&T) 
Nov 22
Ferde Grofe's "Grand Canyon Suite" premieres 
Nov 23
Nationally Crisis Committee forms in Hague 
Nov 27
1st Test Cricket match at the Gabba Bradman scores 200 on 1st day 
Nov 28
Bradman scores 226, the 1st Test Cricket century at Gabba, v South Africa 
Nov 30
His Master's Voice & Columbia Records merge into EMI 
Dec 1
Ottawa branch of Royal Mint begins operation as Royal Canadian Mint 
Dec 3
Alka Seltzer goes on sale 
Dec 4
"Frankenstein" opens at Mayfair 
Dec 5
CFL Grey Cup: Mtl AAA beats Regina, 22-0 at Montreal 
Dec 7
Bradman scores 219 NSW v South Africa, 234 mins, 15 fours 
Dec 8
Coaxial cable patented 
Dec 9
Benn W Levy's "Springtime for Henry" premieres in NYC 
Dec 9
Japanese army attacks Chinese province of Jehol 
Dec 9
Spain becomes a republic 
Dec 9
Baseball cuts squad from 25 to 23 players & NL continues to prohibit uniform numbers 
Dec 10
Jane Addams (1st US woman) named co-recipient of Nobel Peace Prize 
Dec 10
Manuel Azaña becomes premier/Niceto Zamora president of Spain 
Dec 11
Japan leaves the Gold Standard 
Dec 11
Statute of Westminster gives complete legislative independence to Canada, Australia, NZ, South Africa, Ireland, Newfndlnd 
Dec 12
Japanese government of Imukai forms 
Dec 14
1st assembly of Anton Musserts NSB in Utrecht 
Dec 16
German SPD begins Iron Front against fascism 
Dec 19
Bradman scores 112 Australia v South Africa at cricket SCG 
Dec 19
Joseph A Lyons (C) becomes premier of Australia 
Dec 25
Albert Lonergan scores 137 SA v Qld at Adelaide before 5,697 
Dec 25
Fleetwood-Smith takes 5-69 Victoria v Tas at Hobart 
Dec 25
NY's Metropolitan Opera broadcasts an entire opera over radio 
Dec 26
George/Ira Gershwin's "Of Thee I Sing," premieres in NYC 
Dec 26
Pulitzer Prize-winning musical play "Of Thee I Sing" opens on Bdwy 
Dec 28
Lin-Sen succeeds Chiang Kai-shek as president of Nanjing-China 
Dec 29
Identification of heavy water publicly announced, HC Urey 
Dec 29
Victoria score 7 for 435 in second innings to beat NSW 
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