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Notable Historical Events - 1954

1954Jacques Cousteau's 1st network telecast airs on "Omnibus" (CBS)

1954Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Texas Golf Open

1954Giants' Willie Mays gets 82nd extra-base hit, breaks Mel Ott's record

1954Rocky Marciano KOs Ezzard Charles in 8 for heavyweight boxing title

1954Linus Pauling wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

1954Robert Oppenheimer accused of being a communist

1954President Getulio Vargas of Brazil resigns temporarily

1954Elvis Presley joins Memphis Federation of Musicians, Local 71

1954Pulitzer prize awarded to Charles A Lindbergh & John Patrick

1954"Barefoot Contessa" starring Ava Gardner premieres at the Capitol

1954US Senate admonishes Joseph McCarthy because of his slander campaigns

1954Nationwide test of salk anti-polio vaccine begins

1954Nobel prize for literature awarded to Ernest Hemingway

1954Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Women's Golf Open

1954Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 for heavyweight boxing title

1954Betsy Rawls wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open

1954Milwaukee Braves' Hank Aaron's 1st game

1954US Atomic Energy Commission voted against reinstating Dr Robert Oppenheimer

1954Elvis Presley records a 10 minute demo in Nashville

1954Joseph Welch asks US Senator Joseph McCarthy "Have you no sense of decency, sir?" during Senate-Army hearings

1954Ho Chi Minh enters Hanoi after withdrawal of French troops

1954Willie Mays famous over-the-shoulder catch of Vic Wertz' 460' drive

1954Walt Disney's 1st TV show, "Disneyland", premieres on ABC

195418th Golf Masters Championship: Sam Snead wins, shooting a 289

1954Yogi Berra plays his only game at 3rd & Mickey Mantle plays shortstop

1954In spring training, baseballer Ted Williams breaks his collarbone

1954General Fulgencio Batista elected President of Cuba

1954Elvis Presley pays $4 to a Memphis studio & records his 1st two songs, "Casual Love" & "I'll Never Stand in Your Way"

1954Steve Allen's "Tonight Show" premieres

1954Hammerin' Hank Aaron hits 1st of his 755 homers

1954Edward R Murrow criticizes Sen Joseph McCarthy (See it Now)

195426th Academy Awards - "From Here to Eternity" best film, William Holden & Audrey Hepburn best actor/actress

1954Dorothy Parker/Arnaud d'Usseau's "Ladies of the Corridor" premieres

1954The Japanese film "Seven Samurai", starring Toshiro Mifune, is released

1954"CBS Morning Show" premieres with Walter Cronkite & Jack Paar

19541st mass inoculation with salk vaccine (Pittsburgh)

1954Queen Elizabeth II opens NZ parliament

1954US Army charges Senator Joseph McCarthy used undue pressure tactics

1954Louise Suggs wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open

1954Stan Musial hits 5 HRs in a doubleheader

1954Simone de Beauvoir receives Prix Goncourt

1954"Star is Born" starring Judy Garland & James Mason premieres

1954Ted Williams gets 8 hits in 1st game (DH) since breaking collarbone

1954Elvis Presley records his debut single "That's All Right"

1954 Historical Events
Date Event
Jan 1
KSLA TV channel 12 in Shreveport, LA (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Jan 1
Rose & Cotton Bowl are 1st sport colorcasts 
Jan 1
WWTV TV channel 9 in Cadillac-Traverse City, MI (CBS) 1st broadcast 
Jan 1
Yugoslav parliament chairman/VP Milovan Djilas criticize communism 
Jan 2
Herman Wouks "Caine Mutiny," premieres in NYC 
Jan 4
Elvis Presley records a 10 minute demo in Nashville 
Jan 4
Soap Opera "The Brighter Day" premieres 
Jan 7
Georgetown-IBM experiment, the first public demonstration of a machine translation system, is held in New York at the head office of IBM. 
Jan 8
Elvis Presley pays $4 to a Memphis studio & records his 1st two songs, "Casual Love" & "I'll Never Stand in Your Way" 
Jan 9
-87°F (-66°C), Northice Station, Greenland (Greenland record) 
Jan 9
Bert Olmstead, Mont Canadiens, ties NHL record of 8 points in game 
Jan 9
Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Louise Bogan & Leonie Adams 
Jan 10
Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to W H Auden 
Jan 11
2 ton locomotive swept into ravine by avalanche 10 die (Austria) 
Jan 12
Austria's worst avalanche-kills 200; 9hrs later 2nd one-kills 115 
Jan 12
Queen Elizabeth II opens NZ parliament 
Jan 13
Military rule in Egypt; 318 Muslim Brotherhood members arrested 
Jan 13
WEAR TV channel 3 in Pensacola-Mobile, FL (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Jan 14
Sandy Wilson's musical "Boyfriend," premieres in London 
Jan 14
The Hudson Motor Car Company merges with Nash-Kelvinator Corporation forming the American Motors Corporation. 
Jan 16
"South Pacific" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 1928 performances 
Jan 17
Jacques Cousteau's 1st network telecast airs on "Omnibus" (CBS) 
Jan 17
NFL Pro Bowl: East beats West 20-9 
Jan 17
Suggs Louise wins LPGA Sea Island Golf Open (Cloister) 
Jan 18
Fanfani forms Italian government 
Jan 20
-70°F (-57°C), Rogers Pass, Montana (US 48 state record) 
Jan 20
Dmitri Sjostakovitsj' "Concertino opus 94," premieres 
Jan 20
The National Negro Network is established with 40 charter member radio stations. 
Jan 21
1st gas turbine automobile exhibited (NYC) 
Jan 21
USS Nautilus, the first nuclear-powered submarine, launched on the Thames, Connecticut. 
Jan 23
Harry van Thorn chosen chairman of Dutch KVP 
Jan 23
Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games) 
Jan 24
BPAA All-Star Tournament won by Don Carter 
Jan 24
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Tampa Women's Golf Open 
Jan 26
Ground breaking begins on Disneyland 
Jan 29
Arnold Schoenberg's "De Profundis," premieres in Cologne 
Jan 30
Belgium ends trade agreement with USSR 
Jan 30
Fanfani government of Italy resigns 
Feb 1
1st TV soap opera "Secret Storm" premieres 
Feb 1
Scapino Ballet Studio in Amsterdam destroyed by fire 
Feb 1
Soccer team The County froms in Doetinchem 
Feb 2
Bevo Francis, Rio Grande College, scores 113 pts in basketball game 
Feb 2
Pres Eisenhower reports detonation of 1st H-bomb (done in 1952) 
Feb 2
Snow falls on Gibraltar 
Feb 3
Jeen van den Berg wins Dutch Eleven Cities Skating race (7:32) 
Feb 5
WCDC TV channel 19 in Adams, MA (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Feb 9
Mario Scelba forms new government in Italy 
Feb 10
Eisenhower warns against US intervention in Vietnam 
Feb 10
Ice Dance Championship at Oslo won by Jean Westwood/Lawrence Demmy GRB 
Feb 10
Ice Pairs Championship at Oslo won by Frances Dafoe/Norris Bowden CAN 
Feb 10
Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Oslo won by Gundi Busch GER 
Feb 10
Men's Figure Skating Championship in Oslo won by Hayes Alan Jenkins US 
Feb 11
6th Emmy Awards: I Love Lucy, Donald O'Connor & Eve Arden win 
Feb 13
Frank Selvey scores 100 points for Furman beating Newberry 149-95 
Feb 14
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA St Petersburg Golf Open 
Feb 14
Sen John Kennedy appears on "Meet the Press" 
Feb 14
WTOC TV channel 11 in Savannah, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Feb 15
1st Bevatron particle accelerator in operation-Berkeley, California 
Feb 15
WRDW TV channel 12 in Augusta, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Feb 16
WNEM TV channel 5 in Bay City, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Feb 17
WAST (now WNYT) TV channel 13 in Albany-Troy, NY (NBC) 1st broadcast 
Feb 18
The first Church of Scientology is established in Los Angeles, California. 
Feb 20
Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Serbin Golf Open 
Feb 20
General Zahedi wins election in Persia 
Feb 23
1st mass inoculation with salk vaccine (Pittsburgh) 
Feb 23
Syrian army drives out president Adib el-Shishakli 
Feb 25
Abdul Nasser appointed Egyptian premier 
Feb 26
1st typesetting machine (photo engraving) used, Quincy Mass 
Feb 26
Michigan rep Ruth Thompson (R) introduces legislation to ban mailing "obscene, lewd, lascivious or filthy" phonograph (rock & roll) records 
Feb 28
Patty Berg/Pete Cooper wins LPGA Orlando Mixed Golf Tournament 
Feb 28
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island 
Mar 1
4 Puerto Ricans open fire in US house of reps injuring 5 reps 
Mar 1
In spring training, baseballer Ted Williams breaks his collarbone 
Mar 1
Rebellion during visit of pres Naguib in Khartoum Sudan, 30 die 
Mar 1
US explodes Castle Bravo, 15 megaton hydrogen bomb at Bikini Atoll - most powerful nuclear device ever detonated by the US 
Mar 4
JE Wilkins appointed 1st Black US sub-cabinet member 
Mar 4
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, announces the first successful kidney transplant. 
Mar 5
"Girl in Pink Tights" opens at Mark Hellinger NYC for 115 perfs 
Mar 7
Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Sarasota Golf Open 
Mar 7
Russia wins title in their 1st international ice hockey competition 
Mar 8
Herb McKinley sets quarter mile record of 0:46.8 in Melbourne, Australia 
Mar 9
1st local color TV coml WNBT-TV (WNBC-TV) NYC (Castro Decorators) 
Mar 9
Edward R Murrow criticizes Sen Joseph McCarthy (See it Now) 
Mar 9
WMUR TV channel 9 in Manchester, NH (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Mar 11
US Army charges Senator Joseph McCarthy used undue pressure tactics 
Mar 12
1st performance of Arnold Schoenberg's "Moses und Aaron" 
Mar 13
Braves' Bobby Thomson breaks his ankle, he is replaced by Hank Aaron 
Mar 13
Viet Minh General Giap opens assault on That Bien Phu 
Mar 14
Braves Henry Aaron homers in his 1st exhibition game 
Mar 14
KDAL (now KDLH) TV channel 3 in Duluth-Superior, MN (CBS) begins 
Mar 14
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship 
Mar 14
NBA Baltimore Bullets end a 32 game road losing streak 
Mar 15
"CBS Morning Show" premieres with Walter Cronkite & Jack Paar 
Mar 15
WSJV TV channel 28 in Elkhart-South Bend, IN (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Mar 19
1st color telecast of a prize fight, Giardello vs Troy in Madison Square Garden, NYC 
Mar 19
1st rocket-driven sled on rails tested in Alamogordo, NM 
Mar 19
US Ladies' Figure Skating championship won by Tenley Albright 
Mar 19
US Men's Figure Skating championship won by Hayes A Jenkins 
Mar 19
Weekes, Worrell & Walcott complete centuries in innings v England 
Mar 20
"King & I" closes at St James Theater NYC after 1246 performances 
Mar 20
16th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: La Salle beats Bradley 92-76 
Mar 20
1st newspaper vending machine used (Columbia Pennsylvania) 
Mar 21
KFBB TV channel 5 in Great Falls, MT (ABC/CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting 
Mar 22
1st shopping mall opened in Southfield, Mich 
Mar 22
Closed since 1939, the London bullion market reopens. 
Mar 25
26th Academy Awards - "From Here to Eternity" best film, William Holden & Audrey Hepburn best actor/actress 
Mar 25
Pope Pius XII encyclical "Sacra virginitas" (On consecrated virginity) 
Mar 25
RCA manufactures 1st color TV set (12½" screen at $1,000) 
Mar 26
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island 
Mar 28
8th Tony Awards: Teahouse of the August Moon & Kismet win 
Mar 28
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open 
Mar 28
WKAQ TV channel 2 in San Juan, PR (TM) begins broadcasting 
Mar 30
Test Cricket debut of Garry Sobers v England at Kingston 
Mar 31
US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs established 
Mar 31
USSR offers to join NATO 
Apr 1
1st Dutch motorway, Amsterdam-Utrecht, opens 
Apr 1
1st US Army helicopter battalion forms, Fort Bragg, NC 
Apr 1
Earthquake/tsunami ravage Aleutians, 200 killed 
Apr 1
US Air Force Academy forms 
Apr 1
WQED TV channel 13 in Pittsburgh, PA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 2
Plans to build Disneyland 1st announced [see Jan 26] 
Apr 3
"Me & Juliet" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 358 performances 
Apr 3
Don Perry climbs a 20' rope in under 2.8 seconds (AAU record) 
Apr 4
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Carrollton Georgia Golf Open 
Apr 5
Elvis Presley records his debut single "That's All Right" 
Apr 6
Mont Canadiens score 3 goals in 56 sec in playoff game against Det 
Apr 6
TV Dinner was 1st put on sale by Swanson & Sons 
Apr 6
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island 
Apr 7
German government refuses to recognize DDR 
Apr 7
US President Eisenhower in news conference first to voice fear of a "domino-effect" of communism in Indo-China 
Apr 7
WALB TV channel 10 in Albany, GA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Apr 8
"By the Beautiful Sea" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 270 perfs 
Apr 9
WECT TV channel 6 in Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 10
KRGV TV channel 5 in Weslaco, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Apr 11
Marlene Bauer wins LPGA New Orleans Golf Open 
Apr 12
18th Golf Masters Championship: Sam Snead wins, shooting a 289 
Apr 12
8th NBA Championship: Min Lakers beat Syracuse Nationals, 4 games to 3 
Apr 12
Belgian Van Houtte government resigns 
Apr 12
Bill Haley & Comets records "Rock Around Clock" 
Apr 12
Joe Turner releases "Shake, Rattle & Roll" 
Apr 13
Balt Orioles 1st game, loses to Tigers in Detroit 3-0 
Apr 13
Milwaukee Braves' Hank Aaron's 1st game 
Apr 13
Robert Oppenheimer accused of being a communist 
Apr 14
Soviet diplomat Vladimir Petrov asks for politics asylum in Canberra 
Apr 15
KARK TV channel 4 in Little Rock, AR (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Apr 15
Orioles 1st game in Baltimore beat White Sox 3-1 
Apr 15
WHO TV channel 13 in Des Moines, IA (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Apr 15
Yankees dedicate a plaque to Edward Barrow 
Apr 16
KVAL TV channel 13 in Eugene, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 16
Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3 
Apr 18
Colonel Nasser seizes power & becomes PM of Egypt 
Apr 18
Louise Suggs wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open 
Apr 19
58th Boston Marathon won by Veikko Karvonen of Finland in 2:20:39 
Apr 19
7-time winner of Boston Marathon, 65-year-old Clarence Demar, runs his last race at Boston finishing 78th 
Apr 20
"Golden Apple" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 125 performances 
Apr 21
Gregori Malenkov becomes premier of USSR 
Apr 21
USAF flies French battalion to Vietnam 
Apr 22
Achiel van Acker forms Belgian government 
Apr 22
NBA adopts 24-second shot clock & 6 team-foul rule 
Apr 22
US Senate Army-McCarthy televised hearings begin 
Apr 22
USSR joins UNESCO 
Apr 23
Hammerin' Hank Aaron hits 1st of his 755 homers 
Apr 24
1st American, civilian pilot, P.R. Holden, wounded in Indochina 
Apr 24
Australia & USSR break diplomatic relations 
Apr 24
WSEE TV channel 35 in Erie, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 25
Bell labs announces 1st solar battery (NYC) 
Apr 25
British raid Nairobi Kenya (25,000 Mau Mau suspects arrested) 
Apr 25
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island atmospher 
Apr 25
WDEF TV channel 12 in Chattanooga, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Apr 26
Far Eastern Affairs conference opens in Geneva 
Apr 26
Nationwide test of salk anti-polio vaccine begins 
Apr 26
The Japanese film "Seven Samurai", starring Toshiro Mifune, is released 
Apr 30
Darius Milhauds 4th Concert for piano/orch premieres in Haifa 
May 1
80th Kentucky Derby: Raymond York aboard Determine wins in 2:03 
May 1
Bishops publish Mandement (member socialist org forbidden) 
May 1
HSA-UWC Forms (Unification Church) (Moonies) 
May 1
WAPA TV channel 4 in San Juan, PR (NBC/SFN) begins broadcasting 
May 2
Stan Musial hits 5 HRs in a doubleheader 
May 3
KTEN TV channel 10 in Ada-Ardmore, OK (ABC) begins broadcasting 
May 3
Pulitzer prize awarded to Charles A Lindbergh & John Patrick 
May 3
WHA TV channel 21 in Madison, WI (PBS) begins broadcasting 
May 4
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island 
May 5
Military coup by general Alfredo Stroessner in Paraguay 
May 6
Roger Bannister of Britain breaks 4 minute mile (3:59:4) 
May 7
French surrender to Vietminh after 55-day siege at Dien Bien Phu 
May 7
US, Great Britain & France reject Russian membership in NATO 
May 8
1st shot-put over 60' (18.29 m)-Parry O'Brien, Los Angeles, CA 
May 10
Bolshoi Ballet does not appear in Paris 
May 13
"Pajama Game" opens at St James Theater NYC for 1063 performances 
May 13
Labour Party wins British municipal elections 
May 13
Robin Roberts gives up a HR then retires next 27 men in a row 
May 13
US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Enwetak 
May 13
Chinese Middle School students in Singapore take part in anti-National Service riots. 
May 14
Belgium shortens military conscription from 20 to 18 months 
May 15
KGLO (now KIMT) TV channel 3 in Mason City, IA (CBS) 1st broadcast 
May 16
Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA National Capital Golf Open 
May 16
Ted Williams gets 8 hits in 1st game (DH) since breaking collarbone 
May 16
WGAN (now WGME) TV channel 13 in Portland, ME (CBS) 1st broadcast 
May 17
Supreme Court unanimously rules on Brown v Topeka Board of Education reversed 1896 "separate but equal" Plessy Vs Ferguson decision 
May 19
Postmaster General Summerfield approves CIA mail-opening project 
May 20
Chiang Kai-shek becomes president of Nationalist China 
May 21
Amendment to give 18-year-olds right to vote is defeated 
May 22
80th Preakness: Johnny Adams aboard Hasty Road wins in 1:57.4 
May 22
KREX TV channel 5 in Grand Junction, CO (CBS) begins broadcasting 
May 22
Robert Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan is Bar Mitzvahed 
May 24
1st rocket attains 150 mi (241 km) altitude, White Sands, NM 
May 24
Dr Peter Murray Marshall becomes 1st black to head an AMA unit 
May 24
German airline Lufthansa forms 
May 24
IBM announces vacuum tube "electronic" brain that could perform 10 million operations an hour 
May 29
Pope Pius X issues holy declaration 
May 29
First of the annual Bilderberg conferences. 
May 30
Dutch bishops forbid membership to non-catholic sporting clubs 
May 30
Emile Zatopek runs world record 5K (13:57.2) 
May 30
Hector Villa-Lobos' "Odisseia de Uma Raca" premieres 
May 31
Indianapolis 500: Bill Vukovich wins in 3:49:17.261 (210.567 km/h) 
Jun 1
Emile Zatopek runs record 6 mile: (27:59.2)/10,000m (28:54.2) 
Jun 2
John Costello (Cons) becomes premier of Ireland 
Jun 4
Arthur Murray flies X-1A rocket plane to record 27,000 m 
Jun 4
France grants Vietnam independence inside French Union 
Jun 5
"Your Show Of Shows" last airs on NBC-TV 
Jun 5
Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ecclesiae fastos 
Jun 6
Patty Berg wins LPGA Triangle Round Robin Golf Tournament 
Jun 7
1st microbiology laboratory dedicated (New Brunswick NJ) 
Jun 9
Joseph Welch asks US Senator Joseph McCarthy "Have you no sense of decency, sir?" during Senate-Army hearings 
Jun 10
KQED TV channel 9 in SF, CA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jun 10
PBS reaches SF: KQED (Channel 9) starts broadcasting 
Jun 12
"Girl in Pink Tights" closes at Mark Hellinger NYC after 115 perfs 
Jun 12
86th Belmont: Eric Guerin aboard High Gun wins in 2:30.8 
Jun 12
Bill Haley's "Rock Around the Clock" is originally released 
Jun 12
Milwaukee Braves Jim Wilson no-hits Phillies, 2-0 
Jun 13
Cornerstone of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, laid in Bronx 
Jun 14
Pres Eisenhower signs order adding words "under God" to the Pledge 
Jun 15
Great Britain's 2 biggest steel factories nationalized 
Jun 15
UEFA (Union des Associations Européennes de Football) is formed in Basle, Switzerland. 
Jun 16
Dutch military conscription shortened from 20 to 18 months 
Jun 16
Ngo Dinh Diem elected president of Vietnam 
Jun 17
CIA exile army lands in Guatemala (JF Dulles & United Fruit Co) 
Jun 17
Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 for heavyweight boxing title 
Jun 17
Televised Senate Army McCarthy hearings ends 
Jun 18
Pierre Mendèsforms French government 
Jun 19
54th US Golf Open: Ed Furgol shoots a 284 at Baltusrol GC in NJ 
Jun 19
Betty Jameson wins LPGA Western Golf Open 
Jun 19
Tasmanian Devil debuts in "Devil May Hare" by Warner Bros 
Jun 21
John Landy runs world record mile (3:58.0) 
Jun 22
Congress passes revised organic act for Virgin Islands 
Jun 23
122°F (50°C), Overton, Nevada (state record until June 29, 1994) 
Jun 24
"John Murray Anderson's Almanac" closes at Imperial NYC after 229 perf 
Jun 26
Jim Peters runs marathon in 2:17:39.4 
Jun 27
1st atomic power station opens (Obninsk, near Moscow, Russia) 
Jun 27
CIA-sponsored rebels overthrow elected government of Guatemala 
Jun 28
111°F (44°C) at Camden, South Carolina (state record) 
Jun 29
US Atomic Energy Commission voted against reinstating Dr Robert Oppenheimer 
Jun 30
Largest check: Internal US Treasury check at $4,176,969,623.57 
Jun 30
Yank pitcher Tom Morgan ties record by hitting 3 batters in 1 inning This was also Bobby Brown's last game; he retired to become a doctor 
Jul 1
Cards' Joe Cunningham hits 2 HRs for record 3 HRs in his 1st 2 days 
Jul 1
Test Cricket debut of Khalid Hassan, 16 yrs 352, then world record 
Jul 1
WDBO (now WCPX) TV channel 6 in Orlando, FL (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Jul 2
68th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: J Drobny beats K Rosewall (13-11 4-6 6-2 9-7) 
Jul 2
Denis Compton scores 278 in 290 minutes v Pakistan 
Jul 3
"Wonderful Town" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 559 perfs 
Jul 3
61st Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Maureen Connolly beats L Brough (6-2 7-5) 
Jul 3
9th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias 
Jul 3
Food rationing ends in Britain 
Jul 4
WMSL (WYUR, now WAFF) TV channel 48 in Huntsville, AL (ABC) begins 
Jul 4
West Germany beats Hungary 3-2 for soccer's 5th World Cup in Bern 
Jul 4
Dr Sam Sheppard's wife Marilyn is murdered (he is accused of crime) 
Jul 5
B-52A bomber made its maiden flight 
Jul 5
Last day of Test Cricket for Khalid Hassan aged 16 yrs, 356 days 
Jul 5
The BBC broadcasts its first television news bulletin. 
Jul 6
KMOS TV channel 6 in Sedalia-Warrensburg, MO (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jul 6
Tunisian government of M'zali, resigns 
Jul 7
Formation of the TANU party (Tanganyika African National Union ) in Tanzania 
Jul 8
KMOX (now KMOV) TV channel 4 in Saint Louis, MO (CBS) 1st broadcast 
Jul 8
Military junta selects colonel Armas president of Guatemala 
Jul 11
1st White Citizens Council organizes in Indianola, Miss 
Jul 12
Major League Baseball Players Association founded 
Jul 12
Pres Eisenhower put forward a plan for an interstate highway system 
Jul 12
ANC President Albert Luthuli banned by South African Minister of Justice from attending public gatherings and confined to the magisterial district of Lower Tugela, Natal 
Jul 13
21st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 11-9 at Municipal Stadium, Cleve 
Jul 13
Dean Stone gets credit for AL win, although he didn't retire a batter, he threw out Shoendienst trying to steal home, AL-11 NL-9 
Jul 14
117°F (47°C), East St Louis, Illinois (state record) 
Jul 14
118°F (48°C), Warsaw & Union, Missouri (state record) 
Jul 15
110°F (43°C) at Balcony Falls, Virginia (state record) 
Jul 15
1st coml jet transport plane built in US tested (Boeing 707) 
Jul 15
KOCO TV channel 5 in Oklahoma City, OK (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Jul 15
WBOC TV channel 16 in Salisbury, MD (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Jul 17
1st major league game where majority of team is black (Dodgers) 
Jul 17
Construction begins on Disneyland. . . 
Jul 17
Theodor Heuss re-elected president of West Germany 
Jul 18
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Inverness Four-Ball Golf Tournament 
Jul 18
Cards losing 8-1 to Phillies begin stalling in 5th, they forfeit game 
Jul 20
Armistice for Indo-China signed, Vietnam separates into North & South 
Jul 20
Tennis champ Maureen Connolly's right leg is crushed in an accident 
Jul 20
West German secret service head Otto John defects to German DR 
Jul 21
At Geneva, France agrees to independence of North & South Vietnam 
Jul 22
US Virgin Islands adopt constitution (Revised Organic Act) 
Jul 22
WTHI TV channel 10 in Terre Haute, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Jul 25
Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Fort Wayne Golf Open 
Jul 26
WCET TV channel 48 in Cincinnati, OH (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Jul 27
36th PGA Championship: Chick Herbert at Keller GC St Paul Minn 
Jul 27
Armistice divides Vietnam into two countries 
Jul 28
Ernest Blochs 4th string quartet premieres 
Jul 28
"On the Waterfront", starring Marlon Brando, is released 
Jul 30
Bob Kennedy hits the 1st grand slam for the new Baltimore Orioles 
Jul 30
Elvis Presley joins Memphis Federation of Musicians, Local 71 
Jul 31
Mil Braves' Joe Adcock sets record of 18 total bases (4 hrs, 1 double) 
Jul 31
First ascent of K2, by an Italian expedition led by Ardito Desio. 
Aug 1
Louison Bobet wins his 2nd Tour de France 
Aug 1
WKBT TV channel 8 in La Crosse, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Aug 1
In South Africa, The Natives Resettlement Act empowers the Government to remove Africans from any area within and next to the magisterial district of Johannesburg; less than a year after the Act was passed Sophiatown residents were forcefully removed to Meadowlands in Soweto 
Aug 2
Tahar Ben Ammar appointed premier of Tunisia 
Aug 3
1st VTOL (Vertical Take-off & Land) flown 
Aug 4
Boscombe Down 1st flight of supersonic P-1 Lightning 
Aug 4
The Government of Pakistan approves the National Anthem, written by Hafeez Jullundhry and composed by Ahmed G. Chagla. 
Aug 5
Boxing Hall of Fame's 1st election selects 24 modern & 15 pioneers 
Aug 5
Patty Berg wins LPGA World Golf Championshio 
Aug 6
WLAC (now WTVF) TV channel 5 in Nashville (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Aug 7
"Golden Apple" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 125 performances 
Aug 7
Charles Mahoney becomes 1st US black to serve as a full UN delegate 
Aug 10
Neth Indonesian Union breaks up 
Aug 10
Sir Gordon Richards retires as a jockey with record 4,870 wins 
Aug 10
At Massena, New York, the groundbreaking ceremony for the St. Lawrence Seaway is held. 
Aug 11
BC Lions plays its 1st CF game, they lose to Montreal Alouettes, 22-0 
Aug 11
Formal peace takes place, ending 7+ yrs of fighting in Indochina between French & Communist Vietminh 
Aug 12
Senator Eddie Yost draws his 100th walk for 5th year in a row 
Aug 13
21st NFL Chicago All-Star Game: Detroit 31, All-Stars 6 (93,470) 
Aug 14
WGR TV (now WGRZ) TV channel 2 in Buffalo, NY (NBC) begins 
Aug 15
Alfredo Stroessner names himself president of Paraguay 
Aug 15
WCHS TV channel 8 in Charleston-Huntington, WV (ABC) begins 
Aug 16
"Sports Illustrated" magazine begins publishing 
Aug 16
200 pilgrims drown in Farahzad Iran rain storm flood 
Aug 18
James E Wilkins is 1st black to attend a US cabinet meeting 
Aug 19
Ralph J Bunche named undersecretary of UN 
Aug 22
WPTV TV channel 5 in Palm Beach, FL (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Aug 23
President Getulio Vargas of Brazil resigns temporarily 
Aug 23
First flight of the C-130 Hercules transport aircraft. 
Aug 24
US President Eisenhower signs Communist Control Act, outlawing the Communist Party, at height of McCarthyism 
Aug 24
International Amateur Athletic Federation recognizes Red China 
Aug 24
William Heatherton's "Reluctant Debutante" premieres in London 
Aug 25
Ivan Filin wins Berne marathon (2:25:26.6) (260m) 
Aug 29
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) opens 
Aug 30
Hurricane Carol kills 68 on the US East Coast 
Aug 31
US Census Bureau forms 
Aug 31
Hurricane Carol hits New England, 70 die, Costliest ever hurricane at the time and 1st storm name to be retired. 
Aug 31
Indians beat Yanks 6-1 for record tying 26 wins in August (1931 A's) 
Aug 31
WMTW TV channel 8 in Portland-Poland Spring, ME (ABC) begins 
Sep 1
Hurricane Carol strikes Long Island and New England, kills 68 
Sep 1
Ted Kluszewski is 1st Cin Red to hit 40 HRs en route to 49 
Sep 2
Hurricane Edna batters NE US, killing 20 
Sep 2
WTVD TV channel 11 in Raleigh-Durham, NC (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 3
China begins artillery bombing on Quemoy & Amoy 
Sep 3
Espionage & Sabotage Act of 1954 signed in the US, prompted by the cold war 
Sep 3
Pope Pius X canonized a saint 
Sep 3
The People's Liberation Army begin shelling the ROC-controlled islands of Quemoy. 
Sep 3
The German U-Boat U-505 began its move from a specially constructed dock to its final site at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. 
Sep 4
Peter B Cortese of US achieves a one-arm deadlift of 370 lbs; 22 lbs over triple his body weight, at York, Pennsylvania 
Sep 5
Dutch Super Constellation crashes at Shannon, 28 die 
Sep 6
68th US Women's Tennis: Doris Hart beats A Louise Brough (6-8 6-1 8-6) 
Sep 6
74th US Men's Tennis: E V Seixas Jr beats Rex Hartwig (36 62 64 64) 
Sep 6
US plane shot down above Siberia 
Sep 6
WINS NYC begins playing rock n roll with Alan Freed Show 
Sep 6
Yankees use a record 10 pinch hitters 
Sep 7
Integration begins in Wash DC & Balt MD public schools 
Sep 8
With a 3-2 count, Phillies Richie Ashburn fouls next 14, then walks 
Sep 8
Alan Freed leaves Cleveland to NYC for WINS radio 
Sep 8
SE Asia Treaty Org (SEATO) forms to stop communist spread in SE Asia 
Sep 9
Earthquake strikes Orleansville Algeria: 1,400 killed 
Sep 9
Indians becomes 1st Cleveland team to win 100 games in a season 
Sep 10
12 second shock kills 1,460 in Orleansville Algeria 
Sep 10
WLUK TV channel 11 in Green Bay, WI (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 10
Attempting to handle Hoyt Wilhelm's knuckleball catcher Ray Katt of Giants sets a major league record with 4 passed balls 
Sep 11
1st Miss America TV broadcast 
Sep 11
20.4 cm rainfall at Brunswick, Maine (state record) 
Sep 11
KXJB TV channel 4 in Valley City (Fargo) (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 11
Lee Meriwether (California), 19, crowned 27th Miss America 1955 (1st on TV) 
Sep 12
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA St Louis Golf Open 
Sep 12
Indians sweep Yanks at Municipal Stadium; largest AL crowd (86,563) 
Sep 12
WLBZ TV channel 2 in Bangor, ME (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 12
White Sox win 90th game, 1st time they win this many since 1920 
Sep 13
Reds Ted Kluszewski scores a run in record 17 consecutive games 
Sep 13
WPBN TV channel 7 in Traverse City, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 14
Benjamin Britten's opera 'Turn of the Screw' premieres in Venice 
Sep 14
Giants' Willie Mays gets 82nd extra-base hit, breaks Mel Ott's record 
Sep 14
Hurricane Edna (2nd of 1954) hits NYC, $50 million damage 
Sep 14
USSR performs nuclear test 
Sep 16
CKLW TV channel 9 in Windsor, ON (CBC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 17
Rocky Marciano KOs Ezzard Charles in 8 for heavyweight boxing title 
Sep 18
Cleveland Indians clinch AL pennant, beat Tigers (3-2) 
Sep 18
KTUL TV channel 8 in Tulsa, OK (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 18
WLOS TV channel 13 in G'ville-Spartanburg, SC (ABC) 1st broadcast 
Sep 19
Beverly Hanson wins LPGA Wichita Golf Open 
Sep 20
1st FORTRAN computer program run 
Sep 20
1st National People's Congress adopts Chinese constitution 
Sep 20
KETC TV channel 9 in Saint Louis, MO (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Sep 20
Los Stravinsky's "In Memoriam Dylan Thomas," premieres in Angeles 
Sep 20
Roger Bannister awarded Britain's Silver Pears Trophy 
Sep 20
New Zealand's Special Committee on Moral Delinquency in Children and Adolescents reports just ten days after concluding hearings. 
Sep 21
1st nuclear submarine, USS Nautilus, commissioned under Commander Eugene P. Wilkinson 
Sep 21
Kleffens appointed chairman of General Meeting UN 
Sep 22
Bkln Dodger Karl Spooner strikes out 15 NY Giants in his 1st game 
Sep 24
Tonight Show premieres on NBC (Johnny takes over 8 years later) 
Sep 24
Yanks tie a record, 3 of their pinch hitters strike out in 1 inning 
Sep 25
Francois "Doc" Duvalier wins Haitian presidential election 
Sep 25
Indians win AL record 111 games 
Sep 25
WCBD TV channel 2 in Charleston, SC (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 26
Japanese ferry boat Toya Maru sinks in Strait of Tsugaru, 1172 die 
Sep 26
KODE TV channel 12 in Joplin, MO (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 26
KUTV TV channel 2 in Salt Lake City, UT (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 26
Patty Berg wins LPGA Ardmore Golf Open 
Sep 26
Typhoon hits Japan - 5 ferryboats sink killing about 1,600 
Sep 26
WANE TV channel 15 in Fort Wayne, IN (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Sep 26
WCAX TV channel 3 in Burlington, VT (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Sep 26
A's defeats Yanks 8-6 in last game franchise will play in Phila 
Sep 26
Yogi Berra plays his only game at 3rd & Mickey Mantle plays shortstop 
Sep 27
1st African American Supreme Court page is CV Bush 
Sep 27
School integration begins in Wash DC & Baltimore Md public schools 
Sep 27
Steve Allen's "Tonight Show" premieres 
Sep 29
"Barefoot Contessa" starring Ava Gardner premieres at the Capitol 
Sep 29
"Masquerade Party" TV game Show; moves to ABC 
Sep 29
"Star is Born" starring Judy Garland & James Mason premieres 
Sep 29
Bennekom soccer team forms in Bennekom 
Sep 29
KALB TV channel 5 in Alexandria, LA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Sep 29
Willie Mays famous over-the-shoulder catch of Vic Wertz' 460' drive 
Sep 30
"Boy Friend" opens at Royale Theater NYC for 483 performances 
Sep 30
USS Nautilus, 1st atomic-powered vessel (sub), commissioned by the US Navy 
Oct 1
British colony of Nigeria becomes a federation 
Oct 2
8th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Detroit 2-2 at Detroit 
Oct 2
Former French possession of Chandernagore made part of West Bengal 
Oct 2
NY Giants sweep Cleve Indians, in 51st World Series 
Oct 3
"Father Knows Best" premieres 
Oct 3
KFVS TV channel 12 in Cape Girardeau, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Oct 5
Hurricane Hazel hits Eastern US 
Oct 7
Hassan el Hodeiby, leader of Moslem brothership, arrested in Egypt 
Oct 7
Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad Sinarum gentem 
Oct 9
KTIV TV channel 4 in Sioux City, IA (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 10
Ho Chi Minh enters Hanoi after withdrawal of French troops 
Oct 11
"On Your Toes" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 64 performances 
Oct 11
Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad caeli Reginam 
Oct 13
RP Smith/M Shulman's "Tender Trap" premieres in NYC 
Oct 14
Israeli act of revenge in Qibiya Jordan, kills 53 
Oct 15
Hurricane Hazel strikes US & Canada, 348 die 
Oct 15
KLTV TV channel 7 in Tyler-Longview, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 17
Phila Eagle Adrian Burk passes for 7 touchdowns vs Wash (49-21) 
Oct 18
Hurricane Hazel (3rd of 1954) becomes most severe to hit US 
Oct 18
WBTW TV channel 13 in Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 18
WNBC radio changes call letters to WRCA (NYC) 
Oct 18
Texas Instruments Inc. announces the first transistor radio. 
Oct 19
Egypt & Great Britain sign treaty; British troops departs 
Oct 19
KAKE TV channel 10 in Wichita, KS (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 19
First ascent of Cho Oyu, sixth highest mountain in the world at 8,201 metres 
Oct 20
"Peter Pan" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 149 performances 
Oct 21
Dorothy Parker/Arnaud d'Usseau's "Ladies of the Corridor" premieres 
Oct 21
Indonesian troops land in New-Guinea 
Oct 22
West Germany joins North Atlantic Treaty Organization 
Oct 23
Britain, England, France & USSR agree to end occupation of Germany 
Oct 23
German FR joins NATO 
Oct 23
Pakistan governor-general Ghoelan Mohammed disbands parliament 
Oct 23
WSAU TV channel 7 in Wausau, WI (CBS) begins broadcasting 
Oct 24
Dwight D. Eisenhower pledges United States support to South Vietnam 
Oct 26
Chevrolet unveils V-8 engine 
Oct 26
Walt Disney's 1st television program, "Disneyland", premieres on ABC 
Oct 26
Trieste return to Italy. 
Oct 27
Pres Eisenhower offers aid to S Vietnam pres Ngo Dinh Diem 
Oct 27
WISN TV channel 12 in Milwaukee, WI (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Oct 27
Walt Disney's 1st TV show, "Disneyland", premieres on ABC 
Oct 27
Benjamin O. Davis Jr. becomes the first African-American general in the United States Air Force. 
Oct 28
Major league owners vote down sale of A's to a Phila syndicate 
Oct 28
N Richard Nash' "Rainmaker" premieres in NYC 
Oct 28
Nobel prize for literature awarded to Ernest Hemingway 
Oct 29
Colonel Nasser disbands Moslem Brotherhood 
Oct 29
Sweden begins experimental TV 
Oct 30
US Defense Department announces elimination of all racially segregated regiments 
Oct 30
1st use of 24-sec shot clock in pro basketball (Rochester vs Boston) 
Oct 31
Algerian Revolution against French begins 
Oct 31
Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Texas Golf Open 
Oct 31
KREM TV channel 2 in Spokane, WA (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting 
Nov 1
General Fulgencio Batista elected President of Cuba 
Nov 1
India takes over administration of 4 French Indian settlements 
Nov 1
KUON TV channel 12 in Lincoln, NB (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Nov 1
US Senate admonishes Joseph McCarthy because of his slander campaigns 
Nov 1
The Front de Libération Nationale fires the first shots of the Algerian War of Independence against France. 
Nov 2
Charles C Diggs Jr elected Michigan's 1st black congressman 
Nov 2
JS Thurmond is 1st senator elected by write-in vote (SC) 
Nov 2
Taiwan & US sign military pact 
Nov 3
Nobel for physics awarded to Max Born & Walter Bothe 
Nov 4
"Fanny" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 888 performances 
Nov 4
Philadelphia A's move to Kansas City 
Nov 7
US spy plane shot down North of Japan 
Nov 7
Cleveland Browns' Chet Hanulak sets club record with 7 punt returns & win by their largest margin of victory (59) beating Wash 62-3 
Nov 8
AL approves Philadelphia A's move to Kansas City 
Nov 10
Iwo Jima Memorial (servicemen raising US flag) dedicated in Arlington 
Nov 10
Lt Col John Stapp travels 632 mph in a rocket sled 
Nov 12
Ellis Island, immigration station in NY Harbor, closed 
Nov 14
Egyptian pres Naguib fire, state of emergency declared 
Nov 15
1st regularly scheduled commercial flights over North Pole begins 
Nov 18
Yanks trade Woodling, Byrd, McDonald, Triandos, Miranada & Smith to Orioles for Turley, Larsen & Hunter as part of an 18 player deal 
Nov 20
KTRK TV channel 13 in Houston, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Nov 22
Humane Society forms 
Nov 23
For the first time, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closes above the peak it reached just before the 1929 crash. 
Nov 24
Air Force One, 1st US Presidential airplane, christened 
Nov 24
France sends 20,000 soldiers to Algeria 
Nov 26
Test Cricket debut of Colin Cowdrey v Australia at Gabba 
Nov 27
"By the Beautiful Sea" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 270 perfs 
Nov 27
42nd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 26-25 
Nov 27
Alger Hiss is released from prison after serving 44 months for perjury. 
Nov 28
1st pro football game in Netherlands 
Nov 28
Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 80-yard punt 
Nov 28
KCKT (now KSNC) TV channel 2 in Great Bend, KS (NBC) 1st broadcast 
Nov 30
1st meteorite known to strike a woman (Liz Hodges-Sylacauga Ala) 
Nov 30
20th Heisman Trophy Award: Alan Ameche, Wisconsin (FB) 
Nov 30
John Strydom succeeds Malan as premier of South Africa 
Dec 1
Nationalist China & US sign dike agreement 
Dec 1
Yanks send Miller, Segrist, Leppert & 2 minors to Orioles for Blayzka, Kryhoski, Johnson, Fridley & Del Guercio (completing 18 player deal) 
Dec 2
"Hit the Trail" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 4 performances 
Dec 2
Frank Selvy of Milwaukee sets then NBA record of 24 of 26 free throws 
Dec 2
US Senate censures Joeseph McCarthy (Sen-R-Wisc) for "conduct that tends to bring Senate into dishonor & disrepute" 
Dec 3
Samuel Barber's "Prayers of Kierkegaard" premieres 
Dec 3
William Walton's opera "Troilus & Cressida" premieres in London 
Dec 4
"Hit the Trail" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 4 perfs 
Dec 4
"On Your Toes" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 64 performances 
Dec 4
The first Burger King is opened in Miami, Florida, USA 
Dec 5
KTEW (now KJRH) TV channel 2 in Tulsa, OK (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Dec 6
Simone de Beauvoir receives Prix Goncourt 
Dec 7
Japanese government of Joshida resigns 
Dec 7
KCTS TV channel 9 in Seattle, WA (PBS) begins broadcasting 
Dec 8
Maxwell Anderson's "Bad Seed," premieres in NYC 
Dec 8
WPTZ TV channel 5 in Plattsburgh, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Dec 9
Dmitri Sjostakovitsj appointed honored guest of Royal Swedish Academy of Music 
Dec 10
Linus Pauling wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry 
Dec 10
Albert Schweitzer receives Nobel Peace Prize 
Dec 10
Philadelphia Phillies purchase Connie Mack Stadium 
Dec 11
Phillies purchase Connie Mack Stadium 
Dec 11
USS Forrestal christened in Newport News, Va 
Dec 14
WOAY TV channel 4 in Oak Hill-Beckley, WV (ABC) begins broadcasting 
Dec 15
Fordham University scraps football team for financial reasons 
Dec 15
Netherlands Antilles becomes co-equal part of Kingdom of Netherlands 
Dec 17
1st fully automated railroad freight yard (Gary, Indiana) 
Dec 17
WEAU TV channel 13 in Eau Claire, WI (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Dec 23
The first human kidney transplant is performed by Dr. Joseph E. Murray at Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. 
Dec 24
Council for the Children Protection forms in Netherlands 
Dec 24
Laos gains its independence 
Dec 25
WSFA TV channel 12 in Montgomery, AL (NBC) begins broadcasting 
Dec 26
"The Shadow," airs for last time on radio 
Dec 26
Cleveland Browns win NFL Championship, beating Detroit 56-10 
Dec 27
"Saint of Bleecker Street" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 92 perfs 
Dec 27
Gian Carlo Menotti's opera "Saint," premieres in NYC 
Dec 28
43rd Davis Cup: USA beats Australia in Sydney (3-2) 
Dec 28
KEPR TV channel 19 in Pasco-Kennewick-Richl, WA (CBS) 1st broadcast 
Dec 29
Kingdom of Netherlands, with Netherlands & Netherlands Antilles as autonomous parts, comes into being 
Dec 30
"House of Flowers" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 165 performances 
Dec 30
Harold Arlen/Truman Capotes musical premieres in NYC 
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