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They Were The First Into the Baseball Hall Of Fame

Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Christy Matthewson and Walter Johnson – you can’t argue with those choices among baseball’s all-time greats. They were the first five members of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.

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A Connection Between Early TV And The Buffalo Bills?

Officially it was called a pictorial-transmission machine. The man who invented it called it a televisor for short. It was the first working TV system, and it was demonstrated on this date in London in 1926.

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Bet You Didn’t Know This About Chocolate Cake

E-cards and some calendars say today is Chocolate Cake Day. From Devil’s food and German chocolate to fudge, Black Forest and molten chocolate, there are more than a dozen different types of chocolate cake.

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The First Beer In A Can

Some people might consider it a national holiday. It was on this date in 1935 the first beer in a can was introduced in this country.

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It’s How The Frisbee Was Invented

On this day in 1957, the Wham-O Toy Company began production of what we know today as the Frisbee. Within 20 years they had sold 100 million.

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Conan O’Brien’s Final Night On ‘The Tonight Show’

It was a public relations disaster for NBC when they decided to replace Conan O’Brien as host of 'The Tonight Show' and brought back Jay Leno. And even the lead-up to that debacle was a huge management mistake.

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National Hugging Day

Sometimes, timing is everything. On a day that’s bitterly cold in the northeast, our calendar says it’s National Hugging Day.

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Nightmare For American Hostages Ended On This Date

It was just a few minutes after Ronald Reagan was sworn in as president, succeeding Jimmy Carter, that the 52 U.S. hostages at the U.S. Embassy in Teheran, Iran, were released after 444 days being held captive.

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Corvette Had A Shaky Start

On this day in 1953, a prototype Chevy Corvette debuted at a Motorama auto show in New York City. Then, in June of that year, the first production Corvette rolled out of a plant in Flint, Mich. That first Corvette had an all-fiberglass body, white on the outside, red on the inside, and had a price tag of $3500. A radio and heater were optional.

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Today Is National Nothing Day

Anybody who’s ever worked in radio, TV or a newspaper is familiar with Chase’s Calendar of Events. It’s an annual publication, almost like a text book that goes through the various observances, holidays and events that happen on each date around the world. Every day there’s something going on in the world – some festival, some holiday, some celebration and you’ll likely find it listed in Chase’s.

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Tip Your Hat To National Hat Day

They come in all sizes, shapes, colors and styles. Some people use them to make a statement or promote a product or a cause. And when you’re wearing one, everybody can see it because it’s right on top of your head. It’s a hat, and today for some reason is National Hat Day.

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Ever Heard Of The Vietnam War’s Operation Niagara?

It was 1968, and the United States was deeply involved in the Vietnam War. It wasn’t going well, and the westernmost marine base at Khe Sanh was surrounded by three North Vietnamese divisions.

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