What Happened in 1954 (Part 2)

Historical Events

Events 101 - 200 of 579

  • Mar 14th KDAL (now KDLH) TV channel 3 in Duluth-Superior, MN (CBS) begins
  • Mar 14th Louise Suggs wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship
  • Mar 14th NBA Baltimore Bullets end a 32 game road losing streak

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Mar 15th "CBS Morning Show" premieres with Walter Cronkite & Jack Paar

Broadcast Journalist Walter Cronkite
Broadcast Journalist
Walter Cronkite
  • Mar 15th WSJV TV channel 28 in Elkhart-South Bend, IN (ABC) begins broadcasting
  • Mar 19th 1st color telecast of a prize fight, Giardello vs Troy in Madison Square Garden, NYC
  • Mar 19th 1st rocket-driven sled on rails tested in Alamogordo, NM
  • Mar 19th US Ladies' Figure Skating championship won by Tenley Albright
  • Mar 19th US Men's Figure Skating championship won by Hayes A Jenkins
  • Mar 19th Weekes, Worrell & Walcott complete centuries in innings v England
  • Mar 20th "King & I" closes at St James Theater NYC after 1246 performances
  • Mar 20th 16th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: La Salle beats Bradley 92-76
  • Mar 20th 1st newspaper vending machine used (Columbia Pennsylvania)
  • Mar 21st KFBB TV channel 5 in Great Falls, MT (ABC/CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting
  • Mar 22nd First shopping mall opened in Southfield, Michigan
  • Mar 22nd Closed since 1939, the London bullion market reopens.

Film tv awardsFilm Awards

Mar 25th 26th Academy Awards: "From Here to Eternity" best film, William Holden & Audrey Hepburn best actor/actress

  • Mar 25th Pope Pius XII encyclical "Sacra virginitas" (On consecrated virginity)
  • Mar 25th RCA manufactures 1st color TV set (12½" screen at $1,000)
  • Mar 26th US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island
  • Mar 28th 8th Tony Awards: Teahouse of the August Moon & Kismet win
  • Mar 28th Louise Suggs wins LPGA Betsy Rawls Golf Open
  • Mar 28th WKAQ TV channel 2 in San Juan, PR (TM) begins broadcasting
  • Mar 30th Test Cricket debut of Garry Sobers v England at Kingston
  • Mar 31st USSR offers to join NATO
  • Apr 1st US Air Force Academy established
  • Apr 1st 1st Dutch motorway, Amsterdam-Utrecht, opens
  • Apr 1st 1st US Army helicopter battalion forms, Fort Bragg, NC
  • Apr 1st Earthquake/tsunami ravage Aleutians, 200 killed
  • Apr 1st WQED TV channel 13 in Pittsburgh, PA (PBS) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 2nd Plans to build Disneyland 1st announced [see Jan 26]
  • Apr 3rd "Me & Juliet" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 358 performances
  • Apr 3rd Don Perry climbs a 20' rope in under 2.8 seconds (AAU record)
  • Apr 4th Louise Suggs wins LPGA Carrollton Georgia Golf Open

Music releaseMusic Recording

Apr 5th Elvis Presley records his debut single "That's All Right"

Singer & Cultural Icon Elvis Presley
Singer & Cultural Icon
Elvis Presley
  • Apr 6th Mont Canadiens score 3 goals in 56 sec in playoff game against Det
  • Apr 6th TV Dinner was 1st put on sale by Swanson & Sons
  • Apr 6th US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island
  • Apr 7th German government refuses to recognize DDR

Conference meetingConference of Interest

Apr 7th US President Dwight D. Eisenhower in news conference is first to voice fear of a "domino-effect" of communism in Indo-China

34th US President & WWII General Dwight D. Eisenhower
34th US President & WWII General
Dwight D. Eisenhower
  • Apr 7th WALB TV channel 10 in Albany, GA (NBC/ABC) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 8th "By the Beautiful Sea" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 270 performances
  • Apr 9th WECT TV channel 6 in Wilmington, NC (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 9th 7th Cannes Film Festival: "Gate of Hell" directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa wins the Grand Prix du Festival International du Film
  • Apr 10th KRGV TV channel 5 in Weslaco, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 10th 108th Grand National: Bryan Marshall aboard Royal Tan wins
  • Apr 11th Marlene Bauer wins LPGA New Orleans Golf Open

Sport awardGolf Major

Apr 12th 18th Masters Golf Tournament: Sam Snead wins, shooting a 289

Golfer Sam Snead
Sam Snead
  • Apr 12th 8th NBA Championship: Min Lakers beat Syracuse Nationals, 4 games to 3
  • Apr 12th Belgian Van Houtte government resigns
  • Apr 12th Bill Haley & Comets records "Rock Around Clock"
  • Apr 12th Joe Turner releases "Shake, Rattle & Roll"
  • Apr 13th Balt Orioles 1st game, loses to Tigers in Detroit 3-0

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Apr 13th Milwaukee Braves' Hank Aaron's 1st game

Baseball Player Hank Aaron
Baseball Player
Hank Aaron

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Apr 13th Robert Oppenheimer accused of being a communist

Father of the Atomic Bomb Robert Oppenheimer
Father of the Atomic Bomb
Robert Oppenheimer
  • Apr 14th Soviet diplomat Vladimir Petrov asks for politics asylum in Canberra
  • Apr 15th KARK TV channel 4 in Little Rock, AR (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 15th Orioles 1st game in Baltimore beat White Sox 3-1
  • Apr 15th WHO TV channel 13 in Des Moines, IA (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 15th Yankees dedicate a plaque to Edward Barrow
  • Apr 16th KVAL TV channel 13 in Eugene, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 16th Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 3
  • Apr 18th Colonel Gamal Abdal Nasser seizes power & becomes Prime Minister of Egypt
  • Apr 18th Louise Suggs wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open
  • Apr 19th 58th Boston Marathon won by Veikko Karvonen of Finland in 2:20:39
  • Apr 19th 7-time winner of Boston Marathon, 65-year-old Clarence Demar, runs his last race at Boston finishing 78th
  • Apr 20th "Golden Apple" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 125 performances
  • Apr 21st Gregori Malenkov becomes premier of USSR
  • Apr 21st USAF flies French battalion to Vietnam
  • Apr 22nd Achiel van Acker forms Belgian government
  • Apr 22nd NBA adopts 24-second shot clock & 6 team-foul rule
  • Apr 22nd US Senate Army-McCarthy televised hearings begin
  • Apr 22nd USSR joins UNESCO
  • Apr 23rd Hammerin' Hank Aaron hits 1st of his 755 homers
  • Apr 24th 1st American, civilian pilot, P.R. Holden, wounded in Indochina
  • Apr 24th Australia & USSR break diplomatic relations
  • Apr 24th WSEE TV channel 35 in Erie, PA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1stFirst Solar Battery

Apr 25th Bell labs announces the 1st solar battery made from silicon. It has about 6% efficiency.

  • Apr 25th British raid Nairobi, Kenya (25,000 Mau Mau suspects arrested)
  • Apr 25th US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island atmospher
  • Apr 25th WDEF TV channel 12 in Chattanooga, TN (CBS) begins broadcasting
  • Apr 26th Far Eastern Affairs conference opens in Geneva

Event of interestEvent of Interest

Apr 26th Nationwide test of Salk anti-polio vaccine begins

Medical Researcher and Virologist Jonas Salk
Medical Researcher and Virologist
Jonas Salk

Film release premierFilm Release

Apr 26th The Japanese film "Seven Samurai", starring Toshiro Mifune, is released

Actor & Writer Toshiro Mifune
Actor & Writer
Toshiro Mifune
  • Apr 30th Darius Milhauds 4th Concert for piano/orch premieres in Haifa
  • May 1st 80th Kentucky Derby: Raymond York aboard Determine wins in 2:03
  • May 1st Bishops publish Mandement (member socialist org forbidden)
  • May 1st HSA-UWC Forms (Unification Church) (Moonies)
  • May 1st WAPA TV channel 4 in San Juan, PR (NBC/SFN) begins broadcasting

Sports record brokenBaseball Record

May 2nd Stan Musial hits 5 HRs in a doubleheader

MLB Legend Stan Musial
MLB Legend
Stan Musial
  • May 3rd KTEN TV channel 10 in Ada-Ardmore, OK (ABC) begins broadcasting

Event of interestEvent of Interest

May 3rd Pulitzer prize awarded to Charles A Lindbergh & John Patrick

  • May 3rd WHA TV channel 21 in Madison, WI (PBS) begins broadcasting
  • May 4th US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island
  • May 5th Military coup by general Alfredo Stroessner in Paraguay
  • May 6th Roger Bannister of Britain breaks 4 minute mile (3:59:4) at Iffley Road,Oxford
  • May 7th French surrender to Vietminh after 55-day siege at Dien Bien Phu
  • May 7th US, Great Britain & France reject Russian membership of NATO
  • May 8th 1st shot-put over 60' (18.29 m)-Parry O'Brien, Los Angeles, CA
  • May 10th Bolshoi Ballet does not appear in Paris

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 101 - 200 of 666

  • Feb 25th John Doe, American musician
  • Feb 26th John Bolger, actor (Capt Gabe McNamara-Another World)
  • Feb 26th Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Prime Minister of Turkey
  • Feb 27th Neal Schon, rock guitarist (Journey-Open Arms, Bad English)
  • Feb 28th Brian Billick, American football coach
  • Mar 1st Ron Howard, Oklahoma, American actor/director (American Graffiti, Happy Days)
  • Mar 1st Catherine Bach, Warren Oh, actress (Daisey Duke-The Dukes of Hazzard)
  • Mar 1st Janis Gill, Torrance Cal, singer (Sweethearts of Rodeo-Midnight Girl)
  • Mar 2nd Stone Phumelele Sizani, South African treasurer (UDF)
  • Mar 3rd Keith Carlton Fergus, PGA golfer (1995 Honda Classic-8th), born in Temple, Texas
  • Mar 3rd Chris Hughes, English record producer and rock drummer (Adam & The Ants), born in London, England
  • Mar 4th Catherine O'Hara, comedienne (Beetlejuice, SCTV), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • Mar 4th Peter Erling Jacobsen, Portland OR, PGA golfer (1990 Bob Hope)
  • Mar 4th Mark Chorvinsky, American author and editor (d. 2005)
  • Mar 4th François Fillon, French politician, Prime Minister of France
  • Mar 4th Willie Thorne, English snooker player
  • Mar 5th Marsha Warfield, comedian/actress (Roz-Night Court)
  • Mar 7th Matt Frenette, rock drummer (Loverboy)
  • Mar 8th Cheryl Baker, rock vocalist (Bucks Fizz-My Camera Never Lies)
  • Mar 8th David Wilkie, 200m backstroke swimmer (Olympic-gold-1976), is born in Colombo, Sri Lanka to Scottish parents
  • Mar 8th Karl Schnabl, 90m ski jumper (Olympic-gold-1976)
  • Mar 9th Charmain Elaine Sylvers, rocker
  • Mar 9th Keven Wade, Chappaqua NY, screen writer (Working Girls)
  • Mar 9th Bobby Sands, Irish IRA member and leader of the hunger strike at Maze Prison where he died in 1981
  • Mar 11th Gale Norton, 48th United States Secretary of the Interior
  • Mar 12th Anish Kapoor, Indian born British sculptor, born in Mumbai
  • Mar 13th Robin Duke, comedienne (SNL, SCTV, Club Paradise), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • Mar 14th Adrian Zmed, actor (TJ Hooker, Dance Fever), born in Chicago, Illinois
  • Mar 14th David La Croix, race horse trainer
  • Mar 14th Jann Browne, country singer (Mexican Wind)
  • Mar 15th Craig Wasson, Oregon, actor (Body Double, 4 Friends, Men's Club)
  • Mar 16th Dav Whatmore, cricketer (Colombo Aust bat 1979, Sri Lanka coach 1995-)
  • Mar 16th Hollis Stacy, LPGA golfer (US Open 1977, 78), born in Savannah, Georgia
  • Mar 16th Jimmy Nail, singer/actor (Evita, Spender, Howling II)
  • Mar 16th Nancy Wilson, SF, rock guitarist (Heart-Never, What about Love)
  • Mar 16th Colin Ireland, Kent, England, serial killer ('Gay Slayer'/ Coleherne killer), (d. 2012)
  • Mar 17th Lesley-Anne Down, actress (A Little Night Music, Moonraker), born in London, England
  • Mar 17th Rena Jones, rock vocalist
  • Mar 17th Wally Stocker, rock vocalist/guitarist (Babys-Missing You), born in London, England
  • Mar 18th James F Reilly II, Mt Home AFB Idaho, PhD/astronaut (STS 89, sk:100)
  • Mar 19th Charles Pinnell, horse trainer
  • Mar 19th Indu Shahani, Indian educationist and Sheriff of Mumbai
  • Mar 20th Charlie Simmer, Ontario, NHL left winger (LA Kings)
  • Mar 20th Jim Seales, Hamilton Ala, singer (Shenandoah-Sunday in the South)
  • Mar 20th Liana Kanelli, Greek journalist and politician
  • Mar 21st Mary Jane Smith, Van Nuys Ca, WPVA volleyballer (National-9th-1993)
  • Mar 23rd Moses Malone, NBA center (Atlanta Hawks, Milw Bucks, Philadelphia '76ers), born in Petersburg, Virginia, (d. 2015)
  • Mar 23rd Geno Auriemma, American basketball coach
  • Mar 24th Donna Pescow, actress (Angie, Out of this World, Rainbow), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • Mar 24th Irina Ratushinskaya, Odessa Ukraine, disident poet (Beyond the Limit)
  • Mar 24th Robert Carradine, actor (Slim-The Cowboys, Wavelength), born in Los Angeles, California
  • Mar 25th Elli Stai, Greek journalist and TV presenter
  • Mar 25th Thom Loverro, American sportswriter
  • Mar 26th Curtis Sliwa, founder (Guardian Angels)/radio personality (WABC)
  • Mar 26th Piers Gardner, director (British Institute of Intl & Comparative Law)
  • Mar 26th Kazuhiko Inoue, Japanese seiyu (voice actor)
  • Mar 28th Morris Mason, American convicted rapist and murderer (d. 1985)
  • Mar 29th Karen Anne Quinlan, NJ, famous comatose patient (right to die case)
  • Mar 31st Tony Brock, England, rock drummer (Isn't It Time, Every Time I Think of You)
  • Apr 1st Jeff Porcaro, drummer/percussionist (Toto-Roxanne, Africa), born in Los Angeles, California
  • Apr 2nd Ron Palillo, Ct, actor (Arnold Horshack-Welcome Back Kotter), (d. 2012)
  • Apr 2nd Susumu Hirasawa, Japanese electropop musician
  • Apr 3rd Elisabetta Brusa, Italian composer
  • Apr 4th Julie Carmen, Mount Vernon NY, actress (Gloria, Last Plane Out)
  • Apr 5th Christopher S Nelson, actor (Sons & Daughters), born in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Apr 5th Michael W Butler, computer programmer (created TODAY program)
  • Apr 5th Stan Ridgeway, rocker (Mosquito-Garage Sale)
  • Apr 6th Judi Bowker, Shawford England, actress (Clash of the Titans)
  • Apr 7th Donna White, LPGA golfer

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Apr 7th Jackie Chan, Hong Kong martial arts actor (Rumble in the Bronx), born in Hong Kong

  • Apr 7th Tony Dorsett, NFL running back (Dallas Cowboys, Heisman Trophy)
  • Apr 8th Gary Carter, catcher (Mont Expos, NY Mets)
  • Apr 8th John Schneider, Mt Kisco NY, actor (Bo-Dukes of Hazzard)
  • Apr 8th G.V. Loganathan, American professor (d. 2007)
  • Apr 9th Dennis Quaid, actor (Big Easy, Dreamscape, Right Stuff), born in Houston, Texas
  • Apr 9th Iain Duncan Smith, British politician
  • Apr 10th Peter MacNicol, actor (Chicago Hope, Sophie's Choice), born in Dallas, Texas
  • Apr 12th Marvin Johnson, US, middleweight boxer (Olympic-bronze-1972)
  • Apr 12th Pat Travers, Canadian rock guitarist (Puttin' it Straight), born in Toronto, Ontario
  • Apr 13th Barbara Roche, British politician (L), immigration minister
  • Apr 13th Jimmy Destri, rock keyboardist (Blondie-Heart of Glass, Rapture)
  • Apr 13th Niels Olsen, Danish singer
  • Apr 14th Bruce Sterling, US, sci-fi author (Involution Ocean, Schismatrix)
  • Apr 15th Emmanuel, Mexico City Mexico, spanish singer
  • Apr 16th Ellen Barkin, actress (Big Easy, Sea of Love), born in The Bronx, New York
  • Apr 16th John Bowe, Australian racing driver
  • Apr 17th Kim Tyler, actress (Kyle-Please Don't Eat Daisies), born in Hollywood, California
  • Apr 17th Riccardo Patrese, driver (Grand Prix)
  • Apr 17th Rowdy Roddy Piper, Canadian professional wrestler
  • Apr 17th Michael Sembello, American musician
  • Apr 18th Kim Stone, bassist (Spyro Gyra-Morning Dance)
  • Apr 19th Trevor Francis, British soccer manager
  • Apr 20th Peter Toohey, cricketer (NSW & Australian batsman 1977-80)
  • Apr 20th Gilles Lupien, French Canadian ice hockey player
  • Apr 21st Dale Eggeling, Statesboro GA, LPGA golfer (1995 Oldsmobile Classic)
  • Apr 21st James Morrison, American actor
  • Apr 21st Ebiet G. Ade, Indonesian singer
  • Apr 22nd Joseph Bottoms, Santa Barbara Cal, actor (Surfacing, Blind Date)

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Apr 23rd Michael Moore, American filmmaker (Fahrenheit 9/11, Bowling for Columbine, Sicko), born in Flint, Michigan

Documentary Filmmaker Michael Moore
Documentary Filmmaker
Michael Moore
  • Apr 24th Jack Blades, rock bassist (Damn Yankees-Coming of Age, Night Ranger)

Famous Weddings

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Famous Divorces

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Famous Deaths

Deaths 101 - 163 of 163

  • Aug 6th Theo[by] Van Reijn, sculptor/drawer/lithograph, dies at 70 [or 8/10]
  • Aug 8th Gino Tagliapietra, composer, dies at 67
  • Aug 11th Santo Trafficante, Sr., Sicilian-born American mobster (b. 1886)
  • Aug 13th Hermann W S Waltershausen, German musicologist/composer, dies at 71
  • Aug 14th Hugo Eckener, German inventor and commander of the famous Graf Zeppelin during its record-setting flights, dies at 86
  • Aug 17th Billy Murray, singer (Denver Nightengale), dies at 77
  • Aug 19th Alcide de Gasperi, Italian premier (1945..53), dies at 73

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Aug 24th Getulio D Vargas, President and dictator of Brazil: 1930-45, 51-54, suicide at 71

President and Dictator of Brazil Getulio Vargas
President and Dictator of Brazil
Getulio Vargas
  • Sep 3rd Eugene Pallette, actor (It's a Date, My Man Godfrey), dies at 65
  • Sep 5th Eugen Schiffer, German politician (b. 1860)
  • Sep 7th Bud Fisher, American cartoonist (b. 1885)
  • Sep 9th Alfred Gradstein, composer, dies at 49
  • Sep 10th Peter Anders, German opera singer, dies
  • Sep 11th Licinio Refice, composer, dies at 69
  • Sep 19th Tibor Harsanyi, composer, dies at 56
  • Sep 21st Kokichi Mikimoto, Japanese inventor (b. 1858)
  • Sep 24th Edward Pilgrim, British suicide hastened by bureaucracy (b. 1904)
  • Sep 25th Eugenio d' Ors y Rovira, Spanish essayist/philosopher, dies at 71
  • Sep 26th Ellen Roosevelt, American tennis player (b. 1868)
  • Sep 28th Bert Lytell, actor (Henry-One Man's Family), dies at 69
  • Sep 30th Percie Charlton, cricketer (2 Tests for Australia 1890), dies
  • Oct 3rd Herbert Prior, actor (Pollyanna), dies at 87
  • Oct 5th Flor Alpaerts, Flem composer (Tyl Uilenspiegel/Pallieter), dies at 78
  • Oct 6th Hakon Borresen, composer, dies at 78
  • Oct 8th Morten Korch, Danish author, dies at 78
  • Oct 12th George Welch, American pilot (b. 1918)
  • Oct 20th Willie Shaw, race car driver (Indy 500-1937, 39, 40), dies at 51
  • Oct 22nd Prosper Cocquyt, Belgian brewer/pilot, dies at 54
  • Oct 22nd Jibanananda Das, Bengali poet (b. 1899)
  • Oct 23rd Henri Zagwijn, composer, dies at 76
  • Oct 26th Floris HL Prims, Flemish priest/historian/archivist of Antwerp, dies
  • Oct 27th Franco Alfano, Italian (opera)composer (Puccini's Turandot), dies at 78
  • Oct 27th Frank Druce, cricketer (252 runs in 5 Tests for England), dies

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Nov 3rd Henri E B Matisse, French painter/sculptor (Dance II), dies at 84

Impressionist Painter Henri Matisse
Impressionist Painter
Henri Matisse
  • Nov 4th Stig H Dagerman, Swedish author (Burned Child), dies at 31
  • Nov 10th Hussein Fatemi, Iran Foreign minister, executed
  • Nov 11th John Rosamund Johnson, composer, dies at 81
  • Nov 13th Fay Baker, actress (Sorority Girl), dies at 60
  • Nov 15th Lionel Barrymore, [Blythe], actor (Dr Kildare, Key Largo), dies at 76
  • Nov 16th Albert Francis Blakeslee, American Botanist, dies at 80
  • Nov 19th Walter Bartley Wilson, founding member of Cardiff City F.C. (b. 1870)
  • Nov 21st Karol Rathaus, composer, dies at 59
  • Nov 21st Werner Elert, German Lutheran theologian, dies at 69
  • Nov 22nd Andrej J Vysjinski, Russian UN ambassador, dies at 70
  • Nov 22nd Moroni Olsen, actor (Possessed), dies at 65
  • Nov 22nd Roderick McMahon, Professional Wrestling/Boxing Booker (b. 1882)
  • Nov 26th Bill Doak, former Major League Baseball pitcher (b. 1891)

Person of interestPerson of Interest

Nov 28th Enrico Fermi, Italian/US nuclear physicist (Nobel 1938), dies of stomach cancer at 53

Father of the Atomic Bomb Enrico Fermi
Father of the Atomic Bomb
Enrico Fermi
  • Nov 29th George Edward Robey, English comic/actor (Henry IV), dies at 85
  • Nov 29th Dink Johnson, American musician (b. 1892)
  • Nov 30th Wilhelm Furtwängler, German conductor (b. 1886)
  • Dec 1st Fred Rose, American songwriter and music publishing executive (b. 1897)
  • Dec 3rd Enrique Soro Barriga, composer, dies at 70
  • Dec 4th Nina Vasar, wife of Russian composer Dmitri Sjostakovitsj, dies
  • Dec 8th Gladys George, actress (Roaring Twenties), dies at 50
  • Dec 13th John Raymond Hubbell, American writer (b. 1879)
  • Dec 20th Emilis Melngailis, composer, dies at 80
  • Dec 20th James Hilton, English author (Lost Horizon), dies at 54
  • Dec 23rd René Iché, French sculptor (b. 1897)
  • Dec 25th Johnny Ace, American rhythm and blues singer, accidentally shoots himself in the head at 25
  • Dec 25th Liberty Hyde Bailey, US botanist (Plantbreeding), dies at 96
  • Dec 25th Rosario Scalero, composer, dies at 84
  • Dec 31st Peter Van Anrooy, conductor/composer (Piet Hein Rhapsodie), dies at 75