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1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Triangle Round Robin Golf Tournament

1959Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth" premieres in NYC

1959Dorothy Rigney, husband John, & Hank Greenberg resign from White Sox

1959Richard "Dick" Hickock and Perry Smith murder four members of the Clutter Family at their farm outside Holcomb, Kansas (subject of Truman Capote book In Cold Blood).

1959Mickey Wright wins LPGA Cavalier Golf Open

1959Yankee catcher Yogi Berra's errorless streak of 148 games ends

1959Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open

1959Boston Celtic's Bill Sharman begins record of 56 straight free-throws

1959Nikita Khrushchev is denied access to Disneyland

1959Charles de Gaulle forms French government

1959Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker message off the Moon

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Waterloo Golf Open

1959David Ben-Gurion's Mapai party wins Israeli parliamentary election

1959Bill Sharman hits a NBA record 56 consecutive foul shot

1959US recognizes Fidel Castro's Cuban government

1959Floyd Patterson KOs Brian London in 11 for heavyweight boxing title

1959Sammy Baugh named 1st coach of NY Titans (AFL)

1959Allen Ginsberg writes his poem "Lysergic Acid", SF

195966th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Darlene Hard (6-4 6-3)

1959Yankee Whitey Ford strikes-out 15, beating Senators, 1-0 in 14 innings

1959Cleveland Browns' Jim Brown makes club record 37 rushing attempts

1959Boston Celtic Bob Cousy sets NBA record with 28 assists Boston Celtics score 173 points against Minneapolis Lakers

1959"Nervous Set" closes at Henry Miller's Theater NYC after 23 perfs

19591st Grammy Awards: Perry Como & Ella Fitzgerald win

1959Ingemar Johansson TKOs Floyd Patterson in 3 for heavyweight boxing title

1959Tom Landry accepts coaching job with Dallas Cowboys (stays until 1988)

1959Soviet Premier Khrushchev arrives in US to begin a 13-day visit

19595th LPGA Championship won by Betsy Rawls

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Seattle Golf Open

1959Sam Snead sets PGA record for 36 holes at 122

1959"Roy Campanella Night" Largest baseball crowd (93,103 in LA Coliseum) sees Dodgers' Sandy Koufax beat Yankees 6-2 in exhibition

195988th British Golf Open: Gary Player shoots a 284 at Muirfield Gullane

195914th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright

1959Jacques Plante becomes the first goaltender to wear a mask during a game

1959Pope John XXIII 1st encyclical "On truth, unity, & peace, in charity"

1959Charles de Gaulle inaugurated as pres of France's 5th Republic

1959Buddy Holly releases his last record "It Doesn't Matter"

1959Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, opens (NYC)

1959Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev concludes his US visit

1959"The Day the Music Died" plane crash kills musicians Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, J. P. Richardson and pilot near Clear Lake Iowa.

1959Mickey Wright wins LPGA Hoosier Celebrity Golf Tournament

1959The Avro Arrow program to design and manufacture supersonic jet fighters in Canada is cancelled by the Diefenbaker government amid much political debate.

1959French President Charles de Gaulle recognizes Algerian right of self determination

1959US VP Nixon argues with Khrushchev, known as "Kitchen Debate"

1959Fidel Castro is interviewed by Edward R Murrow

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Opie Turner Golf Open

1959"Rawhide" with Clint Eastwood premieres on CBS TV

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open

1959Mickey Wright wins LPGA Jacksonville Golf Open

1959Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Sacerdotii nostri primordia

1959"Some Like It Hot", starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, is released

1959Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Princeps Pastorum

1959Jim Brown scores 5 TDs in Cleveland Browns 38-31 win over Balt

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Western Golf Open

1959Ernie Banks, Cubs shortstop, wins 2nd consecutive NL MVP

1959Lee Harvey Oswald announces in Moscow he will never return to USA

1959Paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey discovers the partial skull of a new species of early human ancestor, Zinjanthropus boisei or 'Zinj' (now called Paranthropus boisei) that lived in Africa almost 2 million years ago

1959"Some Like it Hot" with Marilyn Monroe & Jack Lemmon premieres

1959Lee Harvey Oswald arrives in Southampton, England

1959"Nervous Set" opens at Henry Miller's Theater NYC for 23 performances

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Lake Worth Golf Open

195973rd Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Alex Olmedo beats Rod Laver (6-4 6-3 6-4)

1959Yanks trade Marv Thronberry, Don Larsen, Hank Bauer & Norm Seibern for Roger Maris, Kent Hadley & Joe Deaestri

1959Buddy Holly's last performance

1959Emilio G. Segrè publishes his discovery of the antiproton, a sub-atomic antiparticle for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1959

1959Lee Harvey Oswald signs guestbook in hotel Helsinki

1959American gangster Meyer Lansky flees Cuba for the Bahamas due to the Cuban Revolution and rise of Fidel Castro

1959Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista flees Cuba for the Dominican Republic

1959French President Charles de Gaulle grants amnesty to 130 Algerians sentenced to death

1959Edward Franklin Albee's "zoo story" premieres in Berlin

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Nehi Golf Tournament

1959Fidel Castro names himself Cuba's premier after overthrowing Batista

1959Vince Lombardi signs a 5 year contract to coach Green Bay Packers

1959Pope John XXIII proclaims 2nd Vatican council

1959Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Land of the Sky Golf Tournament

1959Mickey Wright wins LPGA Machine International Golf Open Alliance

1959VP Richard Nixon begins visit on USSR

1959Khrushchev visits Angola

1959Fidel Castro begins US goodwill tour

1959Jack Benny (violin) & Richard Nixon (piano) play their famed duet

1959 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
Cuban Dictator Fulgencio Batista flees Cuba for the Dominican Republic 
Jan 1
Chad becomes autonomous republic in French Community 
Jan 1
Rohan Kanhai completes 256 v India at Calcutta 
Jan 2
USSR launches Mechta (Luna 1) for 1st lunar fly-by, 1st solar orbit 
Jan 3
Alaska admitted as 49th US state 
Jan 4
Luna 1 (Mechta) becomes 1st craft to leave Earth's gravity 
Jan 5
"Bozo the Clown" live children's show premieres on TV 
Jan 5
Buddy Holly releases his last record "It Doesn't Matter" 
Jan 7
US recognizes Fidel Castro's Cuban government 
Jan 7
American gangster Meyer Lansky flees Cuba for the Bahamas due to the Cuban Revolution and rise of Fidel Castro 
Jan 8
Charles de Gaulle inaugurated as pres of France's 5th Republic 
Jan 9
"Rawhide" with Clint Eastwood premieres on CBS TV 
Jan 9
Dam across Tera River collapses after heavy winter rains, 135 die 
Jan 9
Pat O'Connor beats Dick Hutton in St Louis, to become NWA champ 
Jan 11
Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Theodore Roethke 
Jan 11
Hanif Mohammad completes 499 for Karachi, then 1st class world record 
Jan 11
Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Mayfair Golf Open 
Jan 11
NFL Pro Bowl: East beats West 28-21 
Jan 12
KOED TV channel 11 in Tulsa, OK (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jan 13
French President Charles de Gaulle grants amnesty to 130 Algerians sentenced to death 
Jan 13
King Boudouin promises Belgian Congo independence 
Jan 17
"Say, Darling" closes at ANTA Theater NYC after 332 performances 
Jan 18
Ruth Jessen wins LPGA Tampa Golf Open 
Jan 20
Dmitri Sjostakovitsj' Moscow-Tsjerjomoesjki, premieres in Moscow 
Jan 22
USAF concludes that less than 1% of UFOs are unknown objects 
Jan 24
"Party with Comden & Green" closes at John Golden NYC after 38 perfs 
Jan 24
Dmitri Shostakovitch's comedy "Cheryomushk," premieres in Moscow 
Jan 24
WHCT TV channel 18 in Hartford, CT (IND) begins broadcasting 
Jan 25
1st transcontinental coml jet flight (American) (LA to NY for $301) 
Jan 25
Pope John XXIII proclaims 2nd Vatican council 
Jan 26
Italy government of Fanfani resigns 
Jan 26
KOKH TV channel 25 in Oklahoma City, OK (IND/PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jan 28
Soviet Union wins 62-37 for 1st international basketball loss by US 
Jan 29
Walt Disney's "Sleeping Beauty" released 
Jan 30
Australia 1-200 1st day 4th Test v England, Adelaide Oval 
Jan 30
Paul Hindemith's symphony "Pittsburgh," premieres 
Jan 31
Joe Cronin signs 7 year pact to become head of AL 
Feb 1
Swiss men vote against voting rights for women 
Feb 1
Texas Instruments requests patent of IC (Integrated Circuit) 
Feb 1
US female Figure Skating championship won by Carol Heiss 
Feb 1
US male Figure Skating championship won by David Jenkins 
Feb 1
WVUE TV channel 8 in New Orleans, LA (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Feb 1
Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Havana Golf Tournament 
Feb 1
Zack Wheat unanimously elected to baseball Hall of Fame 
Feb 2
Buddy Holly's last performance 
Feb 2
Vince Lombardi signs a 5 year contract to coach Green Bay Packers 
Feb 3
American Airlines Electra crashes in NY's East River, killing 65 
Feb 3
"The Day the Music Died" plane crash kills musicians Buddy Holly, Richie Valens, J. P. Richardson and pilot near Clear Lake Iowa. 
Feb 4
Israel begins exporting copper ore 
Feb 5
"Redhead" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 455 performances 
Feb 5
Australia regain the Ashes with a 10 wicket victory at Adelaide 
Feb 6
1st successful test-fire of Titan ICBM 
Feb 6
Fidel Castro is interviewed by Edward R Murrow 
Feb 7
"Whoop-Up" closes at Shubert Theater NYC after 56 performances 
Feb 7
Castro proclaims new Cuban constitution 
Feb 7
Cessna lands in Las Vegas after 65 d without landing (refuels in air) 
Feb 7
Dorothy Rigney sells White Sox to Bill Veeck for a reported $27M 
Feb 9
Coasters's "Charlie Brown" peaks at #2 
Feb 10
Dutch Princess Wilhelmina publishes "Lonely, but not alone" 
Feb 10
Tornado in St Louis kills 19 & injures 265 
Feb 11
Vinoo Mankad ends his final Test Cricket (v WI at Delhi) 
Feb 13
Barbie doll goes on sale 
Feb 13
Miro Cardon, premier of Cuba, resigns 
Feb 14
$3.6 million heroin seizure in NYC 
Feb 15
Antonio Segni forms Italian government 
Feb 15
Louise Suggs wins LPGA St Petersburg Golf Tournament 
Feb 16
Fidel Castro names himself Cuba's premier after overthrowing Batista 
Feb 16
Leonard Spigelgass' "Majority of One," premieres in NYC 
Feb 17
1st weather satellite launched, Vanguard 2, 9.8 kg 
Feb 19
Britain, Turkey & Greece sign agreement granting Cyprus independence 
Feb 19
Gabon adopts its constitution 
Feb 19
USAF rocket-powered rail sled attains Mach 4.1 (4970 kph), NM 
Feb 20
The Avro Arrow program to design and manufacture supersonic jet fighters in Canada is cancelled by the Diefenbaker government amid much political debate. 
Feb 22
1st Daytona 500 auto race-Lee Petty wins (135.521 MPH) 
Feb 23
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Lake Worth Golf Open 
Feb 23
KVIE TV channel 6 in Sacramento-Stockton, CA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Feb 27
Chicago Cards trade running back Ollie Matson to LA Rams for 9 players 
Feb 27
Boston Celtic Bob Cousy sets NBA record with 28 assists Boston Celtics score 173 points against Minneapolis Lakers 
Feb 28
"Goldilocks" closes at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC after 161 perfs 
Feb 28
Ice Dance Championship at Colo Springs USA won by Denny & Jones of GRB 
Feb 28
Ice Pairs Championship at Colorado Springs won by Wagner & Paul of CAN 
Feb 28
Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Colo Spr won by Carol Heiss USA 
Feb 28
Launch of Discoverer 1 (WTR)-1st polar orbit 
Feb 28
Men's Figure Skating Championship in Colo Spr won by David Jenkins USA 
Feb 28
NFL trade, Chicago Cards trade Ollie Matson to LA Rams for 9 players 
Mar 1
Archbishop Makarios returns to Cyprus after 3 years 
Mar 1
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA Golden Triangle Festival Golf Tournament 
Mar 3
1st US probe to enter solar orbit, Pioneer 4, launched 
Mar 3
Brit government arrests Hastings Banda of Nyasaland, ends emergency crisis 
Mar 3
SF Giant's rename their stadium Candlestick Park 
Mar 4
US Pioneer IV misses Moon & becomes 2nd (US 1st) artificial planet 
Mar 5
Iran & US sign economic & military treaty 
Mar 6
11th Emmy Awards: Playhouse 90, Jack Benny Show, Raymond Burr win 
Mar 6
Farthest radio signal heard (Pioneer IV, 400,000 miles) 
Mar 7
"Bells Are Ringing" closes at Shubert Theater NYC after 925 perfs 
Mar 7
1st aviator to fly a million miles (1.61 M km) in a jet (MC Garlow) 
Mar 7
West Indies all out 76 v Pakistan at Dacca, Fazal Mahmood 6-34 
Mar 8
Groucho, Chico & Harpo's final TV appearance together 
Mar 8
KUAT TV channel 6 in Tucson, AZ (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Mar 8
Mickey Wright wins LPGA Jacksonville Golf Open 
Mar 8
Pro-Egyptian coup fails in Mosul Iraq 
Mar 9
"Juno" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 16 performances 
Mar 9
1st known radar contact is made with Venus 
Mar 9
Barbie, the popular girls' doll, debuted, over 800 million sold 
Mar 10
Dorothy Comiskey Rigney, sells 54% of White Sox to Bill Veeck 
Mar 10
Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth" premieres in NYC 
Mar 10
Uprising against Chinese occupation force in Lhasa Tibet 
Mar 11
"Raisin in the Sun", 1st Broadway play by a black woman, opens 
Mar 11
Teddy Scholten wins Eurovision Song festival with "A Little Bit" 
Mar 12
Dutch Liberal Party wins 2nd parliamentary elections 
Mar 12
US House joins Senate approving Hawaii statehood 
Mar 15
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship 
Mar 15
Richard Rogers' "No Strings" opens on Broadway 
Mar 15
Robert Foster sets record by staying underwater 13 m 42.5 s 
Mar 15
WILX TV channel 10 in Lansing, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Mar 16
Iraq & USSR sign economic/technical treaty 
Mar 17
Australia & USSR restore diplomatic relations 
Mar 17
Dalai Lama flees Tibet for India 
Mar 18
Boston Celtic's Bill Sharman begins record of 56 straight free-throws 
Mar 18
President Dwight D Eisenhower signs Hawaii statehood bill 
Mar 19
"1st Impressions" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 84 performances 
Mar 21
"Juno" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 16 performances 
Mar 21
21st NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: California beats W Va 71-70 
Mar 22
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Nehi Golf Tournament 
Mar 24
Iraq withdraws from the Baghdad Pact 
Mar 24
The Party of the African Federation (PFA) is launched by Léopold Sédar Senghor and Modibo Keita. 
Mar 25
Bill White traded to St Louis for pitchers Sam Jones & Don Choate 
Mar 25
French pres De Gaulle acknowledges Oder-Neisse boundary 
Mar 26
Test debut for Mushtaq Mohammad v WI age 15 yrs 124 days 
Mar 28
11 days after Tibet uprising, China dissolves Tibet's government & installs Panchen Lama 
Mar 29
"Some Like it Hot" with Marilyn Monroe & Jack Lemmon premieres 
Mar 29
Wes Hall takes Pakistani cricket hat-trick at Lahore 
Mar 29
"Some Like It Hot", starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis, and Jack Lemmon, is released 
Mar 30
WNED TV channel 17 in Buffalo, NY (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Mar 31
Dalai Lama fled China & was granted political asylum in India 
Apr 4
Fed of Mali, consisting of Senegal & French Sudan (dissolved 1960) 
Apr 5
23rd Golf Masters Championship: Art Wall Jr wins, shooting a 284 
Apr 6
31st Academy Awards - "Gigi", Susan Hayward & David Niven win 
Apr 7
Oklahoma ends prohibition, after 51 years 
Apr 7
Radar 1st bounced off Sun, Stanford Calif 
Apr 9
Balt Orioles pull their 2nd triple play (3-6-3 vs Wash Senators) 
Apr 9
Bill Sharman hits a NBA record 56 consecutive foul shot 
Apr 9
NASA names 1st 7 astronauts for Project Mercury 
Apr 9
13th NBA Championship: Bost Celtics sweep Minn Lakers in 4 games Boston Celtics wins 8th straight title 
Apr 11
"Jamaica" closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 558 performances 
Apr 11
Dodger pitcher Don Drysdale hits his 2nd Opening Day HR 
Apr 11
Dutch prince Bernhard visits Lockheed factory 
Apr 12
13th Tony Awards: J B & Redhead win 
Apr 12
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open 
Apr 12
France Observator reports torture practice by French army in Algeria 
Apr 13
USAF launches Discoverer II into polar orbit 
Apr 13
Vanguard SLV-5 launched for Earth orbit (failed) 
Apr 13
Vatican edict forbids Roman Catholics for voting for communists 
Apr 14
(Robert) Taft Memorial Bell Tower dedicated in Wash DC 
Apr 14
KDIN TV channel 11 in Des Moines, IA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 15
Fidel Castro begins US goodwill tour 
Apr 15
US Secretary of State John Foster Dulles resigns 
Apr 16
"Party with Comden & Green" opens at John Golden NYC for 44 perfs 
Apr 16
Datu Abdul Rozak inaugurated as premier of Malaysia federation 
Apr 16
NY Yankees unveil their 1st message scoreboard 
Apr 16
Phils' Dave Philley gets a major league record 9th straight pinch hit 
Apr 18
Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 4 games to 1 
Apr 19
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Dallas Civitan Golf Open 
Apr 19
Uprising in La Paz Bolivia, fails 
Apr 20
63rd Boston Marathon won by Eino Oksanen of Finland in 2:22:42 
Apr 21
1211-kg great white shark becomes largest fish ever caught on a rod 
Apr 21
Alf Dean using a rod & reel hooks a 2,664lb, 16' 10" white shark 
Apr 22
Yankee Whitey Ford strikes-out 15, beating Senators, 1-0 in 14 innings 
Apr 22
Chicago White Sox beat KC Athletics 20-6, in 1 inning Sox score 11 runs on 1 hit, 10 walks, & 3 errors 
Apr 23
"Destry Rides Again" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 472 perfs 
Apr 23
1st heliport in Britain opens in London 
Apr 24
Neth Dance Theater opens (Rudi of Dantzig & Cut Flier) 
Apr 24
WICD TV channel 15 in Champaign, IL (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Apr 25
St Lawrence Seaway linking Atlantic, Great Lakes opens to shipping 
Apr 26
Cuba invades Panama 
Apr 26
Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open 
Apr 27
"Today" show goes abroard 1st time (Paris France) 
Apr 27
Liu Sjau-chi elected president of China People's Republic 
Apr 27
The last Canadian missionary leaves the People's Republic of China. 
Apr 28
KLOE TV channel 10 in Goodland, KS (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 28
KPLR TV channel 11 in Saint Louis, MO (IND) begins broadcasting 
May 1
Floyd Patterson KOs Brian London in 11 for heavyweight boxing title 
May 1
West Germany introduces 5 day work week 
May 1
White Sox Early Wynn beats Red Sox 1-0 on his own HR 
May 2
85th Kentucky Derby: Bill Shoemaker aboard Tomy Lee wins in 2:02.2 
May 3
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Land of the Sky Golf Tournament 
May 3
Tiger's Charlie Maxwell hits 4 consecutive HRs in a doubleheader 
May 4
1st Grammy Awards: Perry Como & Ella Fitzgerald win 
May 4
Pulitzer prize awarded to Archibald Macleish (JB) 
May 6
Iceland gunboats shoot at British fishing ships 
May 7
"Roy Campanella Night" Largest baseball crowd (93,103 in LA Coliseum) sees Dodgers' Sandy Koufax beat Yankees 6-2 in exhibition 
May 8
3-deck Nile excursion steamer springs a leak panicking passengers who capsized ship. 200 drown just yards from shore 
May 9
Dorothy Rigney, husband John, & Hank Greenberg resign from White Sox 
May 10
Joyce Ziske wins LPGA Howard Johnson Golf Invitational 
May 10
Soviet forces arrive in Afghanistan 
May 10
Giants Jim Hearn allows 2 runs against Pirates, game is suspended, Hearn is released & charged with loss 2 months after his retirement 
May 11
"Kookie, Kookie Lend Me Your Comb" by Byrnes & Connie Stevens hits #4 
May 11
Rodgers & Barer's musical "Once upon a mattress" premieres in NYC 
May 11
Yankee catcher Yogi Berra's errorless streak of 148 games ends 
May 12
"Nervous Set" opens at Henry Miller's Theater NYC for 23 performances 
May 13
Kraft Music Hall with Milton Berle last airs on NBC-TV 
May 15
100th anniversary of 1st college baseball game, between Amherst & Williams Teams reenact the original contest 
May 16
85th Preakness: William Harmatz aboard Royal Orbit wins in 1:57 
May 16
WTOM TV channel 4 in Cheboygan, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting 
May 17
Sam Snead sets PGA record for 36 holes at 122 
May 18
"Castin' My Spell" by Johnny Otis Show hits #52 
May 18
"Judy" by David Seville hits #86 
May 18
"Russian Band Stand" by Spencer & Spencer hits #91 
May 19
Jan de Quay becomes premier of Netherlands 
May 19
The USS Triton, the first submarine with two nuclear reactors, is completed 
May 20
Ford wins battle with Chrysler to call its new car "Falcon" 
May 20
Japanese-Americans regain their citizenship 
May 20
Shah of Persia visits Netherlands 
May 20
Yanks sink to last place, 1st time since May 25, 1940 
May 21
"Gypsy" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 702 performances 
May 21
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Children's Petting Farm opens 
May 22
Benjamin O Davis Jr becomes 1st black major general in US Air Force 
May 23
"Party with Comden & Green" closes at John Golden NYC after 44 perfs 
May 24
1st house with built-in bomb shelter exhibited (Pleasant Hills, Pa) 
May 24
Empire Day renamed Commonwealth Day in Great Britain 
May 25
Khrushchev visits Angola 
May 25
US Supreme Courtt rules Louisiana prohibiting black-white boxing unconstitutional 
May 26
Harvey Haddix pitches 12 perfect innings, loses in 13th 
May 28
Congressional Committee of Astronautics meets Project 7 astronauts 
May 28
Johnson & Bart's musical "Lock up your daughters" premieres in London 
May 28
Monkeys Able & Baker zoom 300 mi (500 km) into space on Jupiter missile, became 1st animals retrieved from a space mission 
May 29
Charles de Gaulle forms French government 
May 30
"First Impressions" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 84 performances 
May 30
"Nervous Set" closes at Henry Miller's Theater NYC after 23 perfs 
May 30
Iraq terminates milt assistance pact with US due to neutrality 
May 30
Pres Somoza ends emergency crisis in Nicaragua 
May 30
Pres Stroessner disbands Paraguay's parliament 
May 30
World's 1st hovercraft (SR-N1) tested at Cowes, England 
May 30
The Auckland Harbour Bridge is officially opened in Auckland, New Zealand. 
May 30
Indianapolis 500: Rodger Ward wins in 3:40:47.470 (218.641 km/h) 
May 31
Mickey Wright wins LPGA Cavalier Golf Open 
Jun 1
2-time champ Monterrey Mexico barred from 1959 Little League competition for using players outside predetermined geographical area 
Jun 1
Constitution of Tunisia promulgated (National Day) 
Jun 2
Allen Ginsberg writes his poem "Lysergic Acid", SF 
Jun 3
1st US Air Force Academy graduation in Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Jun 3
Eisenhower routes Canadian premier Diefenbaker message off the Moon 
Jun 3
Real Madrid wins 4th Europe Cup 1 
Jun 3
Singapore adopts constitution 
Jun 5
Bob Dylan graduates from Hibbing High School in Minnesota 
Jun 5
The first government of the State of Singapore is sworn in. 
Jun 7
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Triangle Round Robin Golf Tournament 
Jun 7
KLX-AM in Oakland California changes call letters to KEWB (now KNEW) 
Jun 8
1st official "missile mail" lands (Jacksonville, Fla) 
Jun 8
X-15 makes 1st unpowered flight, from a B-52 at 11,500 m 
Jun 9
1st ballistic missile sub launched (George Washington-Groton, Ct) 
Jun 10
Rocky Colovito hits 4 consecutive HRs in 1 game 
Jun 11
Postmaster General bans D H Lawrence's book, Lady Chatterley's Lover (overruled by US Court of Appeals in Mar 1960) 
Jun 12
SF Giants Mike McCormick no-hits Phillies, 3-0 in 5 inning game 
Jun 13
"Sammy Kaye Show" last airs on ABC-TV 
Jun 13
59th US Golf Open: Billy Casper shoots a 282 at Winged Foot GC NY 
Jun 13
91st Belmont: Bill Shoemaker aboard Sword Dancer wins in 2:28.6 
Jun 14
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA American Women's Golf Open 
Jun 16
In South Africa, Apartheid government efforts to remove Black people from Cato Manor close to the Durban city center to Kwa Mashu, a newly established black township on the outskirts, is met with violent resistance. 
Jun 17
Eamon de Valera elected pres of Ireland 
Jun 18
1st telecast transmitted from England to US 
Jun 18
Governor of Louisiana Earl K. Long is committed to a state mental hospital; he responds by having the hospital's director fired and replaced with a crony who proceeds to proclaim him perfectly sane. 
Jun 19
Senate rejects Ike's appointment of Lewis Strauss for Secetary of Commerce 
Jun 22
"Along Came Jones" by Coasters peaks at #9 
Jun 22
"Class" by Chubby Checker peaks at #38 
Jun 22
Eddie Lubanski bowls 2 consecutive perfect games 
Jun 22
Most Phillies strike out in a game (16 by Sandy Koufax) 
Jun 22
Shunryu Suzuki completes his historical Japan to SF voyage 
Jun 22
Vanguard SLV-6 launched for Earth orbit (failed) 
Jun 23
Convicted Manhattan Project spy Klaus Fuchs is released after only nine years in prison and allowed to emigrate to Dresden, East Germany (where he resumed a scientific career). 
Jun 23
A fire in a resort hotel in Stalheim, Norway kills 34 people. 
Jun 26
Ingemar Johansson TKOs Floyd Patterson in 3 for heavyweight boxing title 
Jun 26
Queen Elizabeth & President Eisenhower open St Lawrence Seaway 
Jun 27
"West Side Story" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 734 perfs 
Jun 27
14th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Mickey Wright 
Jun 27
Players vote Henry Aaron unanimously for the All-Star Game 
Jun 28
Phils Wally Post is only outfielder to throw out 2 runners in an inning twice (Losing to Giants 6-0) 
Jun 29
Pope John XXIII 1st encyclical "On truth, unity, & peace, in charity" 
Jun 30
During a game in Wrigley Field, 2 balls were in play at same time 
Jul 1
Heinrich Lubke elected pres of West-Germany 
Jul 1
Israeli Knesset agrees to weapon sales to West-Germany 
Jul 1
WVTV TV channel 18 in Milwaukee, WI (IND) begins broadcasting 
Jul 1
World Refugee Year begins 
Jul 1
The Party of the African Federation (PFA) holds its constitutive conference. 
Jul 2
"Plan 9 From Outer Space", one of the worse films ever, premieres 
Jul 3
73rd Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Alex Olmedo beats Rod Laver (6-4 6-3 6-4) 
Jul 3
88th British Golf Open: Gary Player shoots a 284 at Muirfield Gullane 
Jul 4
66th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Darlene Hard (6-4 6-3) 
Jul 4
America's new 49-star flag honoring Alaska statehood unfurled 
Jul 4
Cayman Islands separated from Jamaica, made a crown colony 
Jul 5
Ben-Gurion's Israeli government resigns 
Jul 5
Indonesia restores constitution 
Jul 5
Jack Gelber's "Connection" premieres in NYC 
Jul 6
5th LPGA Championship won by Betsy Rawls 
Jul 6
Saar becomes part of German Federal Republic 
Jul 6
WENH TV channel 11 in Durham, NH (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jul 7
26th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 5-4 at Forbes Field, Pittsburgh 
Jul 9
Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Hoosier Golf Open 
Jul 9
Mickey Wright wins LPGA Hoosier Celebrity Golf Tournament 
Jul 12
NBC uses cameras to show catchers signals during ankee-Red Sox game 
Jul 14
USS Long Beach, first nuclear powered cruiser launched at Quincy, Mass 
Jul 15
The steel strike of 1959 begins, leading to significant importation of foreign steel for the first time in United States history. 
Jul 17
2,000 ft long by 1,300 foot wide section of ridge falls into Madis 
Jul 17
Tibet abolishes serfdom 
Jul 17
River Canyon extending man-made Lake Hebgen by 5 miles. (Montana) 
Jul 17
Paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey discovers the partial skull of a new species of early human ancestor, Zinjanthropus boisei or 'Zinj' (now called Paranthropus boisei) that lived in Africa almost 2 million years ago 
Jul 18
African American William 'Bill' Wright is the 1st coloured person to win a major golf tournament (U.S. Amateur Public Links Championships) 
Jul 19
Mickey Wright wins LPGA Machine International Golf Open Alliance 
Jul 21
1st nuclear powered merchant ship, NS Savannah, named, Camden NJ 
Jul 21
Red Sox are last team to use a black player (Pumpsie Green) 
Jul 22
Benjamin Britten's "Missa Brevis" in D premieres 
Jul 22
Earth gas found at Kolham (Slochteren) Groningen 
Jul 23
VP Richard Nixon begins visit on USSR 
Jul 24
500,000th Dutch TV set registered 
Jul 24
US VP Nixon argues with Khrushchev, known as "Kitchen Debate" 
Jul 25
SR-N1 hovercraft crosses the English Channel from Calais to Dover in just over 2 hours. 
Jul 26
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Western Golf Open 
Jul 27
Abbas Ali Baig scores 112 for India v England on debut 
Jul 27
William Shea announces plans to have a baseball team in NYC in 1961 
Jul 28
Great-Britain starts using postal codes 
Jul 28
Hawaii's 1st US election sends 1st Asian-Americans to Congress 
Jul 29
First United States Congress elections in Hawaii as a state of the Union. 
Jul 30
In his major league debut, SF Giant Willie McCovey goes 4-for-4 
Jul 31
1st exhibit of bongos at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens 
Aug 1
New Continental baseball league formed 
Aug 1
Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Sacerdotii nostri primordia 
Aug 1
WAAY TV channel 31 in Huntsville, AL (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting 
Aug 2
41st PGA Championship: Bob Rosburg shoots a 277 at Minneapolis GC 
Aug 2
Milwaukee Brave Bill Bruton hits 2 bases loaded triples 
Aug 2
SF Giants 1st baseman Willie McCovey hits 1st of his 521 HRs 
Aug 3
27th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 5-3 at Memorial Coliseum, LA 
Aug 3
50 killed in uprising in Guinea-Bissau 
Aug 3
AL beats NL 5-3 in 27th All Star Game (Dodger Stadium) 
Aug 4
"Billy Barnes Revue" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 87 perfs 
Aug 5
42.4 cm rainfall in Decatur Co, Iowa (state record) 
Aug 5
Chicago Cardinals (NFL) beat Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 55-26 in Toronto 
Aug 7
Explorer 6 transmits 1st TV photo of Earth from space 
Aug 7
The Lincoln Memorial design on the U.S. penny goes into circulation. It replaces the "sheaves of wheat" design 
Aug 12
1st ship firing of a Polaris missile, Observation Island 
Aug 12
Progressive Party under John Steytler forms in South Africa 
Aug 13
US Military satellite Discoverer 5 launched (into polar orbit) 
Aug 14
26th NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Baltimore 29, All-Stars 0 (70,000) 
Aug 14
AFL organized with NY, Dallas, LA, Minneapolis, Denver & Houston 
Aug 16
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Seattle Golf Open 
Aug 16
USSR introduces installment buying 
Aug 17
7.1 quake strikes Yellowstone National Park 
Aug 17
USSR & Iraq signs contract for building Iraqi nuclear reactor 
Aug 18
Branch Rickey resigns as Pirates' CEO to be pres of Continental League 
Aug 19
Doctor X beats Wilber Snyder in Omaha, to become NWA wrestling champ 
Aug 19
Honolulu seeks a franchise in Continental League 
Aug 19
Satellite Discoverer 6 launched into polar orbit 
Aug 20
Belgium shortens military conscription to 12 months 
Aug 21
Hawaii becomes 50th US state 
Aug 22
Cin Red Frank Robinson hits 3 consecutive HRs 
Aug 23
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA Spokane Golf Open 
Aug 24
England complete 5-0 series drubbing of India 
Aug 24
Hiram L Fong sworn in as 1st Chinese-American senator while Daniel K Inouye sworn in as 1st Japanese-American Rep (Both from Hawaii) 
Aug 26
British Motor Corporation introduced the Morris Mini-Minor, designed by Alec Issigonis it was only 10 ft long but seated 4 passengers 
Aug 31
48th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in New York (3-2) 
Aug 31
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Waterloo Golf Open 
Aug 31
Sandy Koufax breaks Dizzy Dean's NL mark of 18 strikeouts in a game 
Sep 2
US President Eisenhower arrives in Paris 
Sep 5
Wash Senator Jim Lemon is 7th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (3rd) 
Sep 6
Kathy Cornelius wins LPGA Cosmopolitan Golf Open 
Sep 8
The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is established. 
Sep 11
"Duke" Ellington wins Springarn Medal for his musical achievements 
Sep 11
Congress passes a bill authorizing food stamps for poor Americans 
Sep 11
Elroy Face's 22 game win streak ends as Dodgers beat Pirates 5-4 
Sep 11
Oriole Jerry Walker pitches 16 inn beating White Sox 1-0 
Sep 12
"Bonanza" premieres on NBC-TV 
Sep 12
Janos Kádár becomes premier of Hungary 
Sep 12
Luna 2 launched by USSR; 1st spacecraft to impact on Moon 
Sep 13
73rd US Womens Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Christine Truman (61 64) 
Sep 13
79th US Mens Tennis: Neale Fraser beats Alejandro Olmedo (63 57 62 64) 
Sep 13
Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Memphis Golf Open 
Sep 13
USSR's Luna 2 becomes 1st probe to contact another celestial body 
Sep 14
Soviet Union's Luna-2 is 1st spacecraft to land on the Moon 
Sep 14
WQEX TV channel 16 in Pittsburgh, PA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Sep 15
Soviet Premier Khrushchev arrives in US to begin a 13-day visit 
Sep 16
French President Charles de Gaulle recognizes Algerian right of self determination 
Sep 17
59th US Golf Amateur Championship won by Jack Nicklaus 
Sep 17
Transit 1A, 1st navigational satellite launched; failed to orbit 
Sep 17
Typhoon kills 2,000 in Japan & Korea 
Sep 18
Vanguard 3 launched into Earth orbit 
Sep 19
Nikita Khrushchev is denied access to Disneyland 
Sep 20
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA Links Golf Invitation Open 
Sep 21
600 Indian Dutch emigrate to US 
Sep 22
Chicago White Sox clinch AL pennant 
Sep 23
1959 The M/S Princess of Tasmania Australia's first passenger RO/RO diesel ferry makes maiden voyage across Bass Strait. 
Sep 26
Milwaukee Braves Warren Spahn becomes winningest NL lefty 
Sep 26
SF Giants Sam Jones 2nd no-hitter, beats St Louis Cards, 4-0 
Sep 26
Typhoon Vera, hits Japanese island of Honshu, causing the deaths of 4,580 people with 658 missing 
Sep 27
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Opie Turner Golf Open 
Sep 27
Braves & Dodgers finish in a tie (86-68) 
Sep 27
Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev concludes his US visit 
Sep 28
"Hennesey" debuts on CBS-TV 
Sep 28
Edward Franklin Albee's "zoo story" premieres in Berlin 
Sep 28
Explorer VI reveals an intense radiation belt around Earth 
Sep 29
"Many Loves Of Dobie Gillis" debuts on CBS-TV 
Sep 29
"Philip Marlowe" debuts on ABC-TV 
Sep 29
Dodgers win game 2 of playoff, 6-5, & take NL pennant 
Sep 29
Little Anthony & the Imperials record "Shimmy Shimmy Koko Bop" 
Sep 29
Sultan of Brunei promulgates a constitution 
Oct 1
1st World Series since 1948 not to feature a NY team (LA vs Chic) 
Oct 2
Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone" premieres on CBS-TV 
Oct 3
13th NHL All-Star Game: Montreal beat All-Stars 6-1 at Montreal 
Oct 4
1st World Series game played west of St Louis (in LA) 
Oct 4
Cleveland Browns' Jim Brown makes club record 37 rushing attempts 
Oct 4
Dmitri Sjostakovitch 1st Cello concert premieres in Leningrad 
Oct 4
LA Dodgers set World Series attendance record at 92,394 
Oct 4
Netherlands beats Belgium 9-1 
Oct 4
USSR Luna 3 sent back 1st photos of Moon's far side 
Oct 6
Single game World Series attendence record set (92,706 in LA) 
Oct 6
Soviet Luna 3, 1st successful photographic spacecraft, impacts Moon 
Oct 7
"Happy Town" opens at 84th St Theater NYC for 5 performances 
Oct 7
Far side of Moon seen for 1st time, compliments of USSR's Luna 3 
Oct 8
"At the Drop of a Hat" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 216 perfs 
Oct 8
Conservatives win British general election 
Oct 8
LA Dodgers beat Chicago White Sox, 4 games to 2 in 56th World Series 
Oct 9
Lee Harvey Oswald arrives in Southampton, England 
Oct 10
"Happy Town" closes at 84th St Theater NYC after 5 performances 
Oct 10
Lee Harvey Oswald signs guestbook in hotel Helsinki 
Oct 10
Pan Am begins regular flights around the world 
Oct 11
KTHI TV channel 11 in Fargo-Grand Forks, ND (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 12
At the national congress of APRA in Peru a group of leftist radicals are expelled from the party. They will later form APRA Rebelde. 
Oct 14
WMUB (now WPTO) TV channel 14 in Oxford, OH (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Oct 15
"Untouchables" premieres 
Oct 15
KNDO TV channel 23 in Yakima, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 17
"Billy Barnes Revue" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 87 perfs 
Oct 17
Queen Elizabeth is fined $140 for withdrawing her race horse 
Oct 17
Stinchcomb Memorial in Cleveland Metroparks' dedicated 
Oct 19
Florence Henderson joins Today Show panel 
Oct 19
William Gibson's "Miracle Worker," premieres in NYC 
Oct 20
Clark Griffith of Senators says team will not move the franchise 
Oct 20
WABG TV channel 6 in Greenwood-Greenville, MS (ABC) 1st broadcast 
Oct 21
Contra revolutionaries bomb Havana 
Oct 21
Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, opens (NYC) 
Oct 21
Players Association approves 2 All-Star Games in 1960, to be held in KC & NY 
Oct 22
Bob Merrill's musical "Take Me Along" opens at Shubert Theater NYC for 448 performances 
Oct 23
Chinese troops move into India, 17 die 
Oct 24
US premier of D Sjostakovitch's 1st Cello concert 
Oct 27
Rare Pacific hurricane kills 2,000 in Western Mexico 
Oct 28
Buffalo Bills enter AFL 
Oct 28
Jean Genet's "Les Negres" premieres in Paris 
Oct 29
10 nation soccer league to play all games on NY Randalls Is, announced 
Oct 31
Lee Harvey Oswald announces in Moscow he will never return to USA 
Oct 31
USSR & Egypt sign contracts for building Aswan Dam 
Nov 1
Jacques Plante becomes the first goaltender to wear a mask during a game 
Nov 1
Jim Brown scores 5 TDs in Cleveland Browns 38-31 win over Balt 
Nov 1
Patrice Lumumba arrested in Belgian Congo 
Nov 1
WOV-AM in NYC changes call letters to WADO 
Nov 2
"Girls against the Boys" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 16 perfs 
Nov 2
Charles Van Doren confesses that TV quiz show "21" was fixed 
Nov 2
The first section of the M1 motorway, the first inter-urban motorway in the United Kingdom, is opened between the present junctions 5 and 18, along with the M10 motorway and M45 motorway 
Nov 3
David Ben-Gurion's Mapai party wins Israeli parliamentary election 
Nov 4
Ernie Banks, Cubs shortstop, wins 2nd consecutive NL MVP 
Nov 5
AFL announced with 8 teams 
Nov 7
13th Ryder Cup: US wins 8½-3½ at Eldorado Golf Club (Indian Wells, California) 
Nov 8
KJTV (now KGET) TV channel 17 in Bakersfield, CA (NBC) 1st broadcast 
Nov 8
Tunisian president Habib Bourguiba's Nes Destour party wins every seat 
Nov 10
Corinne Rottschaeffer of the Netherlands elected Miss World 
Nov 11
1st episode of "Rocky & His Friends" airs 
Nov 11
Seals Stadium in San Francisco, demolished 
Nov 12
White Sox 2B Nellie Fox wins AL's MVP 
Nov 14
"Girls against the Boys" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 16 perfs 
Nov 14
Kilauea's most spectacular eruption (in Hawaii) 
Nov 15
Richard "Dick" Hickock and Perry Smith murder four members of the Clutter Family at their farm outside Holcomb, Kansas (subject of Truman Capote book In Cold Blood). 
Nov 15
Cleveland Browns' halfback Bobby Mitchell sets club record for longest run from scrimmage (90-yards), beat Wash 31-17 
Nov 16
"Sound of Music" opens at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC for 1443 perfs 
Nov 17
De Beers firm of South Africa announces synthetic diamond 
Nov 17
Giants slugger Willie McCovey wins NL Rookie of Year 
Nov 17
William Shea shows proposed NYC stadium with transparent roof 
Nov 18
Wash Senator Bob Allison wins AL Rookie of Year 
Nov 19
"Rocky & His Friends" debuts on ABC 
Nov 19
Ford cancels Edsel 
Nov 20
UN adopts Universal Declaration of Children's Rights 
Nov 20
WABC fires Alan Freed over payola scandal 
Nov 21
Jack Benny (violin) & Richard Nixon (piano) play their famed duet 
Nov 22
AFL's 1st draft - NY Titans choice George Izo, QB, Notre Dame 
Nov 22
Boston Patriots enters AFL 
Nov 23
"Fiorello!" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 796 performances 
Nov 25
"Once Upon a Mattress" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 460 performances 
Nov 28
47th CFL Grey Cup: Winn Blue Bombers defeats Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 21-7 
Nov 28
KOMC (now KSNK) TV channel 8 in McCook - Oberlin, NB (NBC) begins 
Nov 28
Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Princeps Pastorum 
Nov 29
2nd Grammy Awards: Mack The Knife, Bobby Darin wins 
Nov 30
Joe Foss named 1st commissioner of AFL 
Dec 1
12 nations sign treaty for scientific peaceful use of Antarctica 
Dec 1
25th Heisman Trophy Award: Billy Cannon, LSU (HB) 
Dec 1
The 1st color photograph of Earth received from outer space 
Dec 2
Malpasset dam collapses destroying French Riviera town of Frejus 
Dec 3
State of emergency on Cyprus ends 
Dec 5
Intikhab Alam bowls Colin McDonald with 1st ball in Tests 
Dec 7
"Saratoga" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 80 performances 
Dec 8
Dom Mintoff demands independence for Malta 
Dec 8
President Eisenhower watches Pakistan v Aust Test Cricket at Karachi 
Dec 11
Yanks trade Marv Thronberry, Don Larsen, Hank Bauer & Norm Seibern for Roger Maris, Kent Hadley & Joe Deaestri 
Dec 11
Emilio G. Segrè publishes his discovery of the antiproton, a sub-atomic antiparticle for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1959 
Dec 12
UN Committee on Peaceful Use of Outer Space is established 
Dec 13
Archbishop Makarios elected 1st president of Cyprus 
Dec 14
Archbishop Makarios proclaimed president of Cyprus 
Dec 14
J B Jordan in F-104C sets world altitude record, 31,513m 
Dec 15
Everly Brothers record "Let It Be Me" 
Dec 16
Snow falling in Lowarai Pass West Pakistan kills 48 
Dec 17
"On The Beach" is 1st film to premiere on both sides of Iron Curtain 
Dec 17
1st movie opening simultaneously in major cities (On The Beach) 
Dec 18
Sammy Baugh named 1st coach of NY Titans (AFL) 
Dec 19
1st Liberty Bowl game-Penn State beats Alabama 7-0 
Dec 20
Jasu Patel takes 9-69, India v Australia at Kanpur 
Dec 21
10th largest snowfall in NYC history (13.7") 
Dec 21
Citizens of Deerfield Ill block building of interracial housing 
Dec 21
Tom Landry accepts coaching job with Dallas Cowboys (stays until 1988) 
Dec 22
Continental League awards its last franchise to Dallas-Fort Worth 
Dec 22
NY Ranger goalie Marcel Paille wears a customized mask 
Dec 25
A synagogue in Cologne Germany desecrated with swatstikas 
Dec 25
Richard Starkey receives his 1st drum set 
Dec 25
Sony brings transistor TV 8-301 to the market 
Dec 27
Balt Colts beat NY Giants 31-16 in NFL championship game 
Dec 29
Saul Levitt's "Andersonville Trial," premieres in NYC 
Dec 30
George Washington, 1st ballistic missile sub commissioned 
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