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1937Bradman scores 123 SA v Queensland, 165 mins, 10-4s 1-6 in cricket

1937Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan disappear over Pacific Ocean

1937Mae West performs Adam & Eve skit that gets her banned from NBC radio

1937Bradman scores 212 (in 441 minutes!) in 5th Test Cricket v England

1937Franco offensive at Guadalajara, Spain

19371st Charlie Chaplin talkie, "Modern Times," released

1937Joe DiMaggio's 1st grand slammer

19374th Golf Masters Championship: Byron Nelson wins, shooting a 283

1937Joe Louis KOs James J Braddock in 18 for heavyweight boxing title

1937Joe DiMaggio takes Ty Cobb's advice & replace his 40 with 36 oz bat

1937FDR visits Grand Coulee Dam construction site in Washington State

1937Ernest Hemingway novel "To Have & Have Not" published

1937Bradman scores 169 in 5th Test Cricket v England in 223 minutes

1937Fingleton & Bradman make record stand of 346 for 6th wkt

1937Bradman scores 270 Aust v England at the MCG, incl 110 singles

1937John Steinbeck's "Of Mice & Men" premieres in NYC

1937Neville Chamberlain becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

1937Japan recognizes Franco government

1937Senate rejects FDR proposal to enlarge Supreme Court

1937Red Sox acquire the contract of 19-year-old Ted Williams

1937USSR executes 8 army leaders as Stalin's purge continues

1937Joe DiMaggio hits 3 consecutive HRs against St Louis Browns

1937FDR dedicates Bonneville Dam on Columbia River (Oregon)

1937Brazilian dictator Getulio Vargas proclaims "Estado novo"

1937Joe Louis beats Tommy Farr in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1937It is revealed Quaker Oats pays Babe Ruth $25,000 per year for ads

1937Henry Ford initiates 32 hour work week

1937FDR signs act of neutrality

1937Karl Radek & 16 others go on trial in Stalin's great purge

1937Hitler informs his military leaders in a secret meeting of his intentions of going to war

1937Stalin executes Russian officers Tuchachevski, Jakir, Putna & Uberevitch

1937Bradman scores 246 SA v Queensland, 364 mins, 20 fours

1937FDR proposes enlarging Supreme Court, "court packing" plan failed

193720th PGA Championship: Denny Shute at Pittsburgh FC Aspinwall PA

1937Margaret Mitchell wins Pulitzer Prize for "Gone With the Wind"

1937J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published

1937 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
Anastasio Somoza becomes president of Nicaragua 
Jan 1
Count Claus von Stauffenberg promoted to captain 
Jan 1
US Army Air Corps physiological research laboratory completed, Ohio 
Jan 1
Safety glass in vehicle windscreens becomes mandatory in Great Britain. 
Jan 5
Fingleton & Bradman make record stand of 346 for 6th wkt 
Jan 5
Only unicameral state legislature in US opens 1st session (Nebr) 
Jan 6
Bradman scores 270 Aust v England at the MCG, incl 110 singles 
Jan 8
-50°F (-45.6°C), San Jacinto, Nevada (state record) 
Jan 9
Italian regime bans marriages between Italians & Abyssinians 
Jan 9
Maxwell Anderson's "High Tor" premieres in NYC 
Jan 12
Plow for laying submarine cable patented 
Jan 19
Cy Young, Tris Speaker & Nap Lajorie elected to Baseball Hall of Fame 
Jan 19
Millionaire Howard Hughes sets transcontinental air record (7h28m25s) 
Jan 20
-45°F (-43°C), Boca, California (state record) 
Jan 20
1st US Presidential Inauguration day held on Jan 20th, (previously March 4th) 
Jan 23
Karl Radek & 16 others go on trial in Stalin's great purge 
Jan 25
1st broadcast of "Guiding Light" on NBC radio 
Jan 25
Miami-to-Tampa bus overturned in a canal, kills 13 
Jan 25
Soap Opera "Guiding Light" premieres on radio 
Jan 30
2nd of Stalin's purge trials; Pyatakov & 16 others sentenced to death 
Feb 1
Stapleton, Staten Island becomes a customs-free port 
Feb 3
Bradman scores 212 (in 441 minutes!) in 5th Test Cricket v England 
Feb 4
Jim Margie, Philadelphia, bowls 900 in 3 (unsanctioned) games 
Feb 5
1st Charlie Chaplin talkie, "Modern Times," released 
Feb 5
FDR proposes enlarging Supreme Court, "court packing" plan failed 
Feb 6
K Elizabeth Ohi becomes 1st Japanese-US female lawyer 
Feb 8
Maxwell Anderson's "Masque of Kings," premieres in NYC 
Feb 10
Ragnhild Hveger swims world free style record 400m (5:14.2) 
Feb 11
44-day sit-down strike at General Motors in Flint Mich ends 
Feb 12
Cleveland (now St Louis) Rams granted an NFL franchise 
Feb 13
"Prince Valiant" comic strip appears; known for historical detail 
Feb 13
Bradman scores 123 SA v Queensland, 165 mins, 10-4s 1-6 in cricket 
Feb 13
Maribel Vinson wins her 9th US figure skating championship 
Feb 13
NFL Boston Redskins move to Wash DC 
Feb 13
US female Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson 
Feb 13
US male Figure Skating championship won by Robin Lee 
Feb 16
DuPont Corp patents nylon, developed by employee Wallace H Carothers 
Feb 16
Jean Anouilh's "Le Voyageur Sans Baggage," premieres in Paris 
Feb 20
1st automobile/airplane combination tested, Santa Monica, Ca 
Feb 21
Initial flight of the first successful flying car, Waldo Waterman's Arrowbile. 
Feb 21
The League of Nations bans foreign national "volunteers" in the Spanish Civil War. 
Feb 24
1st US group hospital-medical cooperative authorized, Wash, DC 
Feb 26
C Isherwood/WH Auden's "Ascent of F6," premieres in London 
Feb 27
Bradman scores 169 in 5th Test Cricket v England in 223 minutes 
Mar 1
1st permanent automobile license plates issued (Ct) 
Mar 1
Gov Wouters innaugrates the radio station on the Dutch Antilles 
Mar 1
US Steel raises workers' wages to $5 a day 
Mar 2
Mexico nationalizes oil 
Mar 3
Australia snatch series against England 3-2 after being 2-0 down 
Mar 4
9th Academy Awards - "The Great Ziegfeld", Paul Muni & Luise Rainer wins 
Mar 7
Bucharin, Jagoda & Rykov pushed out of CPSU in USSR 
Mar 14
Battle of the Century: Fred Allen & Jack Benny meet on radio 
Mar 14
Pope Pius XI publishes anti-nazi-encyclical Mit brennender Sorge 
Mar 15
1st blood bank forms (Chicago IL) 
Mar 15
1st state contraceptive clinic opens (Raleigh NC) 
Mar 16
All but one senior fouls out of a scrimmage game between seniors & sophomores, but he holds on to win the game 35-32 
Mar 18
Gas explosion in school in New London Texas: 294 die 
Mar 18
The human-powered aircraft, Pedaliante, flies 1 kilometre (0.62 miles) outside Milan. 
Mar 19
Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Divini redemptoris against communism 
Mar 19
Astronomer Fritz Zwicky publishes his research on stellar explosion in which he coins the term "supernova" and hypothesizes that they were the origin of cosmic rays 
Mar 20
Franco offensive at Guadalajara, Spain 
Mar 21
Ponce massacre, police kill 19 at Puerto Rican Nationalist parade 
Mar 23
LA Railway Co starts using PCC streetcars 
Mar 24
Bus blew a tire, going out of control, killing 18 (Salem Illinois) 
Mar 24
National Gallery of Art established by Congress 
Mar 25
It is revealed Quaker Oats pays Babe Ruth $25,000 per year for ads 
Mar 25
Italy & Yugoslavia sign non-aggression treaty (Pact of Belgrade) 
Mar 25
Lionel Conacher misses on 1st Stanley Cup penalty shot 
Mar 25
Wash Daily News is 1st US newspaper with perfumed advertising page 
Mar 26
Joe DiMaggio takes Ty Cobb's advice & replace his 40 with 36 oz bat 
Mar 26
Spinach growers of Crystal City, Tx, erect statue of Popeye 
Mar 26
William H Hastie becomes 1st black federal judge (Virgin Islands) 
Mar 27
Feyenoord-stadium official opens in Rotterdam 
Apr 1
Aden becomes a British crown colony 
Apr 4
4th Golf Masters Championship: Byron Nelson wins, shooting a 283 
Apr 12
Sir Frank Whittle ground-tests the first jet engine designed to power an aircraft at Rugby, England. 
Apr 15
Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 3 games to 2 
Apr 17
Cartoon characters Daffy Duck, Elmer J Fudd & Petunia Pig, debut 
Apr 19
41st Boston Marathon won by Walter Young of Canada in 2:33:20 
Apr 22
NYC college students stage 4th annual peace strike 
Apr 26
German Luftwaffe destroys Basque town of Guernica in Spain 
Apr 27
1st US social security payment made 
Apr 28
1st animated cartoon electric sign displayed (NYC) 
Apr 28
1st commercial flight across Pacific, Pan Am 
Apr 30
The Philippines holds a plebiscite for Filipino women on whether they should be extended the right to suffrage; over 90% would vote in the affirmative. 
May 1
FDR signs act of neutrality 
May 3
Margaret Mitchell wins Pulitzer Prize for "Gone With the Wind" 
May 6
German airship Hindenburg explodes in flames at Lakehurst, NJ (36 die) 
May 8
63rd Kentucky Derby: Charley Kurtsinger on War Admiral wins 2:03.2 
May 9
Reds beat Phillies 21-10 (Ernie Lombardi goes 6 for 6) 
May 10
Busmen strike in London 
May 12
St Louis Cards beat Philadelphia Phillies, 15-3 
May 12
Coronation of King George VI of Great Britain (and his other realms and territories beyond the sea) at Westminster Abbey. 
May 15
63rd Preakness: Charley Kurtsinger aboard War Admiral wins in 1:58.4 
May 17
Juan Negrin succeeds Largo Caballero as Spain's premier 
May 19
John Murray/Allen Boretz's "Room Service" premieres in NYC 
May 25
1st airmail letter to circle globe returns to NY 
May 26
Dutch Rail NV at law forms 
May 26
San Francisco Bay's Golden Gate Bridge opens 
May 27
Carl Hubbell wins his 24th consecutive game (since July 17, 1936) 
May 27
Golden Gate Bridge, SF, dedicated 
May 28
Golden Gate Bridge in SF opens to vehicular traffic 
May 28
Neville Chamberlain becomes Prime Minister of the United Kingdom 
May 30
20th PGA Championship: Denny Shute at Pittsburgh FC Aspinwall PA 
May 30
Memorial Day Massacre - Chicago police shoot on union marchers, 10 die 
May 30
Pitcher Carl Hubbell's 24th consecutive victory 
May 30
Police kill 10 strikers at Republic Steel Plant in Chicago 
May 30
61,756, 2nd-largest crowd in Polo Grounds history, sees Dodgers ends Carl Hubbell's consecutive-game winning streak at 24 
May 31
1st quadruplets to finish college (Baylor University) 
May 31
Brooklyn Dodgers snap NY Giant Carl Hubbell's 24-game winning streak 
May 31
German battleships bombard Almeria, Spain 
May 31
Indianapolis 500: Wilbur Shaw wins in 4:24:07.861 (182.789 km/h) 
Jun 1
Chicago White Sox Bill Dietrich no-hits St Louis Browns, 8-0 
Jun 1
Prince Konoye becomes Japanese premier 
Jun 3
Josh Gibson HR's just 2 feet below rim of Yankee Stadium (580' drive) 
Jun 4
Leon Blum becomes premier of People's front government of France 
Jun 5
69th Belmont: Charley Kurtsinger aboard War Admiral wins in 2:28.6 
Jun 5
Henry Ford initiates 32 hour work week 
Jun 6
Phillies trailing 8-2 to St Louis, forfeit game 
Jun 8
World's largest flower blooms in NY Botanical Garden, 12' calla lily 
Jun 11
Marx Brothers' "A Day At The Races" released 
Jun 12
41st US Golf Open: Ralph Guldahl shoots a 281 at Oakland Hills Mich 
Jun 12
USSR executes 8 army leaders as Stalin's purge continues 
Jun 13
Joe DiMaggio hits 3 consecutive HRs against St Louis Browns 
Jun 13
Stalin executes Russian officers Tuchachevski, Jakir, Putna & Uberevitch 
Jun 16
Marx Brothers' "A Day At The Races" opens in LA 
Jun 17
Marx Brothers' "A Day At The Races" opens in NY 
Jun 19
Franco-troops conquer Bilbao Basques 
Jun 21
French People's front government-Blum falls 
Jun 22
Joe Louis KOs James J Braddock in 18 for heavyweight boxing title 
Jun 25
Cub Augie Galan becomes 1st player to switch hit HRs in a game 
Jun 26
Test cricket debut of Len Hutton v NZ at Lord's, scores 0 & 1 
Jul 1
Britain begins using 999 emergency phone number 
Jul 1
Rev Martin Niemöller (Bekennende Kirche) arrested in Germany 
Jul 1
Spanish bishops support Franco & fascists 
Jul 2
57th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Don Budge beats G von Cramm (6-3 6-4 6-2) 
Jul 2
Amelia Earhart & Fred Noonan disappear over Pacific Ocean 
Jul 2
50th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Dorothy Little beats J Jędrzejowska (6-2 2-6 7-5) 
Jul 5
117°F (47°C), Medicine Lake, Montana (state record) 
Jul 5
Chicago Cub Frank Demaree gets 6 hits in 1st game & 2 in 2nd game 
Jul 5
Joe DiMaggio's 1st grand slammer 
Jul 5
Republican offensive by Brunete in Spain 
Jul 5
Spam, the luncheon meat, was introduced into the market by the Hormel Foods Corporation. 
Jul 7
5th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 8-3 at Griffith Stadium, Wash 
Jul 7
Japanese & Chinese troops clash, (Marco Polo Bridge), beginning of Second Sino-Japanese War 
Jul 9
72nd British Golf Open: Henry Cotton shoots a 290 at Carnoustie Golf Links 
Jul 10
Dutch Django Reinhardts "Quintette, premieres in du Hot Club" 
Jul 12
-13) Tupolev ANT-25 non-stop flight Moscow to San Jacinto Calif 
Jul 15
Buchenwald Concentration Camp opens 
Jul 15
Japanese attack Marco Polo Bridge, invade China 
Jul 19
Entartete Art Fair opens in Munich 
Jul 19
Joris Ivens' "Spanish Earth" premieres in Hollywood 
Jul 22
Irish premier Eamon de Valera wins elections 
Jul 22
Senate rejects FDR proposal to enlarge Supreme Court 
Jul 23
Isolation of pituitary hormone announced (Yale University) 
Jul 24
Alabama drops charges against 5 blacks accused of rape in Scottsboro 
Jul 26
End of the Battle of Brunete in the Spanish Civil War. 
Jul 27
32nd Davis Cup: USA beats Great Britain in Wimbledon (4-1) 
Jul 28
Eddie Paynter scores 322 for Lancashire against Sussex 
Jul 28
Richard Moore scores 316 for Hampshire against Warwickshire 
Jul 29
Japanese troops occupies Peking & Tientsin 
Jul 29
Tongzhou Incident 
Jul 30
Phillies Dolph Camilli, plays 1st base & registers no put outs 
Jul 31
Politburo enables Operative Order 00447: execute 193,000 Russians 
Aug 2
The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 is passed in America, essentially rendering marijuana and all its by-products illegal. 
Aug 5
Ranger (US) beats Endeavour II (England) in 17th America's Cup 
Aug 6
Franco's artillery fires on Madrid 
Aug 6
Indians overturn Yankees' 7-6 win by a protest 
Aug 6
US & USSR sign trade treaty 
Aug 8
Bonneville Dam on Columbia River begins producing power 
Aug 13
Japanese attack at the beinnging of the Battle of Shanghai during Second Sino-Japanese War. Involves nearly 1 million troops 
Aug 14
China declares war on Japan 
Aug 14
Detroit Tigers score 36 runs in double header vs St Louis Browns 
Aug 18
1st FM radio construction permit issued (W1X0J (WGTR) in Boston MA) 
Aug 24
Republican offensive near Belchite, Spain 
Aug 24
In the Spanish Civil War, the Basque Army surrenders to the Italian Corpo Truppe Volontarie following the Santoña Agreement. 
Aug 25
Japanese fleet blockades Chinese coast 
Aug 26
Franco's troops conquer Santander 
Aug 26
Pumping to build Treasure Island in SF Bay is finished 
Aug 27
Brooklyn Dodger Fred Frankhouse no-hits Cin, 5-0 in 7 2/3 inn game 
Aug 27
George E T Eyston sets world auto speed record at 345.49 MPH 
Aug 28
Toyota Motors becomes an independent company. 
Aug 29
Phila A's Bob Johnson is 2nd to get 6 RBIs in an inning (1st) 
Aug 30
Joe Louis beats Tommy Farr in 15 for heavyweight boxing title 
Aug 31
Det's rookie Rudy York sets record for HRs of 18 HRs in August 
Sep 1
4th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: All-Stars 6, Green Bay 0 (84,560) 
Sep 1
Battle of Gijon in Spain begins 
Sep 2
US Housing Authority created by National Housing Act 
Sep 4
Doris Kopsky, becomes 1st NABA woman cycling champion (4:22.4) 
Sep 5
Spanish Civil War: Llanes falls. 
Sep 6
Spanish Civil War: The start of the Battle of El Mazuco. 
Sep 8
Pan Arab conference about Palestine opens 
Sep 8
Yankees trailing 6-1 in 9th, score 8 to beat Boston 9-6 
Sep 10
2nd American Football League plays 1st game (LA 21, Pittsburgh 0) 
Sep 10
Cleveland (Los Angeles) Rams plays their 1st NFL game, lose 28-0 
Sep 11
51st US Women's Tennis: Anita Lizana beats Jadwiga Jedrzejowska (6-4 6-2) 
Sep 11
57th US Men's Tennis: J D Budge beats G v Cramm (6-1 7-9 6-1 3-6 6-1) 
Sep 15
WPA extends L-Taraval streetcar to SF Zoo (at Sloat Blvd) 
Sep 17
1st NFL game in Washington, DC; Redskins beat NY Giants 13-3 
Sep 18
The first New Zealand State house opens in Miramar 
Sep 21
J. R. R. Tolkien's 'The Hobbit' is published 
Sep 22
Forest fire kills 14 & injures 50 in Cody Wyoming 
Sep 22
Spanish Civil War: Peña Blanca is taken; the end of the Battle of El Mazuco. 
Sep 23
Yankees lose 9-5 but clinch pennant when Red Sox beat Detroit 
Sep 25
"il duce" visits Berlin/named "the Fuhrer" to corporal 1st class 
Sep 25
Battle of of P'ing-hsin-kuan Wutai Mountain 
Sep 27
1st Santa Claus Training School opens (Albion NY) 
Sep 27
Balinese Tiger declared extinct. 
Sep 28
FDR dedicates Bonneville Dam on Columbia River (Oregon) 
Sep 29
Frans Slaats bicycles world record time (45,563 km) 
Sep 30
6th Ryder Cup: US, 8-4 at Southport & Ainsdale, England 
Oct 1
Pullman Co formally recognizes Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters 
Oct 2
FDR visits Grand Coulee Dam construction site in Washington State 
Oct 5
Minister Romme says unemployment is 25% "quarter of Romme" 
Oct 7
Johan Wagenaar's "Feestmars" premieres in Amsterdam 
Oct 10
NY Yankees beat Giants 4 games to 1 in 34th World Series 
Oct 13
A recorded trace of snow in Central Park, NYC 
Oct 15
Ernest Hemingway novel "To Have & Have Not" published 
Oct 15
Rather than accept any trade offers, the Yanks release Tony Lazzeri 
Oct 21
Dmitri Shostakovitch's 5th Symphony premieres 
Oct 21
Franco-troops occupies Gijon 
Oct 25
Belgian government of Zealand falls due to black money 
Oct 25
Casey Stengel signs to manage Boston Bees 
Oct 31
Spanish government moves from Valencia to Barcelona 
Nov 1
Stalinists executed by shooting Pastor Paul Hamberg and seven members of Azerbaijan's Lutheran community (including three women). 
Nov 2
AL batting champ Charlie Gehringer wins MVP 
Nov 3
Maurice Archambaud bicycles world record for distance in one hour (45.796 km) 
Nov 3
NHL Howie Morenz Memorial Game: All-Stars beat Montreal 6-5 in Mont 
Nov 5
Hitler informs his military leaders in a secret meeting of his intentions of going to war 
Nov 8
The Nazi exhibition Der ewige Jude ("The Eternal Jew") opens in Munich. 
Nov 9
Japanese army conquers Shanghai 
Nov 9
St Louis Cards Triple Crown winner Joe Medwick is named NL MVP 
Nov 10
Brazilian dictator Getulio Vargas proclaims "Estado novo" 
Nov 11
Messerschmidt ME-109V13 flies world record 610.4 kph 
Nov 11
Nobel prize for physics awarded to C J Davisson & GP Thomson 
Nov 13
NBC forms first full-sized symphony orchestra exclusively for radio 
Nov 15
First US congressional session in air-conditioned chambers 
Nov 17
Britain's Lord Halifax visits Germany, beginning of appeasement 
Nov 21
Dmitri Shostakovitch's 5th Symphony premieres in Lenningrad 
Nov 23
Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy" premieres in NYC 
Nov 23
Emile Janson becomes Belgian premier 
Nov 23
John Steinbeck's "Of Mice & Men" premieres in NYC 
Nov 25
World's Fair of Paris closes (31.2 million visitors) 
Nov 27
Pro-labor musical revue "Pins & Needles" opens, produced by ILGWU 
Nov 29
Prince Bernhard injured in auto accident in Netherlands 
Nov 30
3rd Heisman Trophy Award: Clint Frank, Yale (HB) 
Dec 1
Japan recognizes Franco government 
Dec 7
Dutch Minister Romme proclaims married women are forbidden to work 
Dec 7
Red Sox acquire the contract of 19-year-old Ted Williams 
Dec 7
Russian chess player Alekhine recaptures world title from Max Euwe 
Dec 11
25th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Winn Blue Bombers, 30-7 
Dec 11
Italy withdraws from League of Nations 
Dec 12
NBC & RCA sends 1st mobile-TV vans onto the streets of NY 
Dec 12
Washington Redskins win NFL championship 
Dec 12
Japanese aircraft shell & sink US gunboat Panay on Yangtze River in China. (Japan apologized & eventually paid US $2.2M in reparations) 
Dec 14
Japanese troops conquer/plunder Nanjing 
Dec 16
Theodore Cole and Ralph Roe attempt to escape from the American federal prison on Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay; neither is ever seen again. 
Dec 20
Bill O'Reilly takes 9-41 for NSW against South Australia 
Dec 21
1st feature-length color & sound cartoon premieres (Snow White) 
Dec 21
O'Reilly completes 14-98 for cricket match, NSW v South Aust 
Dec 21
The first full-length cel animated feature film and the earliest in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", premieres at the Carthay Circle Theatre 
Dec 22
Lincoln Tunnel (NYC) opens to traffic 
Dec 23
First flight of the Vickers Wellington bomber. 
Dec 24
Dutch government recognizes Italian king Emanuel III as emperor of Abyssinia 
Dec 25
Arturo Toscanini conducts 1st Symphony of the Air over NBC Radio 
Dec 25
Queensland all out for 93 v SA in front of 10,436 
Dec 27
Bradman scores 246 SA v Queensland, 364 mins, 20 fours 
Dec 27
German immigration officials with no explanation bar Juan Carlos Zabala (Arg), 1932 Olympic marathon champion, from entering Germany 
Dec 27
Mae West performs Adam & Eve skit that gets her banned from NBC radio 
Dec 28
Fascist Octavian Goga becomes PM of Romania/begins spread of Judaism 
Dec 29
2nd Irish constitution comes into effect; Irish Free State renamed Erie 
Dec 29
Lou Thesz beats E Marshall in St Louis, to become wrestling champ 
Dec 29
Pan Am starts San Francisco-to-Auckland, New Zealand service 
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