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and ( 4 ) catcher Johnny Blanchard of the New York Yankees matched a record with home runs in four successive times at bat, two of them as a pinch-hitter.
But the strongest part of their defense was their secondary, led by All-AFL safeties Johnny Robinson and Bobby Hunt, who each recorded 10 interceptions, and defensive back Fred Williamson, who recorded 4.
This continued until Ellington basically signed exclusively to Brunswick in 1932 and stayed with them through late 1936, when Irving Mills put him on Mills ' new Master label, and various small groups within Ellington's band recorded on Mills ' Variety label ' fronted ' by his 4 main soloists, Barney Bigard, Rex Stewart, Johnny Hodges and Cootie Williams.
The 2010 tribute Million Dollar Quartet is based on the famous photograph of Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis grouped round Elvis Presley at the piano, the night when the four joined in an impromptu jam at Sun Record's one-room sound studio, the " Million Dollar Quartet " of 4 December 1956.
* Season 4 ( 1970 – 1971 ): Henry Gibson, Arte Johnson, Alan Sues, Lily Tomlin, Johnny Brown, Dennis Allen, Ann Elder, Nancie Phillips, Barbara Sharma, Harvey Jason, Richard Dawson.
When LaMotta returned, he knocked out his first two opponents, Johnny Pretzie ( TKO 4 ) and Al McCoy ( KO 1 ), but a split decision loss afterwards to Billy Kilgore convinced him to finally retire.
* Big Ole Badass Bob The Cattle Rustler – an American Westerner / Texan who drives a semi-truck ; has appeared on " Lawnmower Sale " and " Bad Ass Massage ", both from The Jerky Boys 3 album, " Flower Lady # 4 " from The Jerky Tapes album, and is a featured character on Sol's Rusty Trombone ( voiced by Johnny Brennan ).
* Sammy Cox – older man with a pronounced lisp ; appeared on one track to date (" Herman " from The Jerky Boys 4 album ) ( voiced by Johnny Brennan ).
In 2012, some members of the band, including Johnny Vatos, announced they would host a Dance Party show, not a reunion, but under a different name of " Johnny Vatos Boingo Dance Party " in Redondo Beach, California on May 4, 2012.
* December 4 – Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash record together at Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
What little original music is used was composed by Johnny Mandel, and primarily features two recurrent piano themes based on " Gnossiennes " No. 4 and No. 5 by Erik Satie.
In Game 4 on October 9, Doby became the first black player to hit a home run in World Series history when he hit one off the Braves ' Johnny Sain.
* One of only 4 QB's to lead the league in touchdown passes 4 times ( tied w / Johnny Unitas, Brett Favre, and Len Dawson )
Slave Labor released a Spooky squeeze toy, first shown in Johnny the Homicidal Maniac # 4, as part of its promotion for I Feel Sick.
It would be 51 years before they lifted the famous trophy again, defeating arch rivals Pollok 4 – 0 in the final at Fir Park with strikes from Mark McLaughlin, Johnny Millar, Steven Convery & Steven Nugent.
On October 4, 1975, however, Flair's career nearly ended when he was in a serious plane crash in Wilmington, North Carolina that took the life of the pilot and paralyzed Johnny Valentine ( also on board were " Mr. Wrestling I " Tim Woods, Bob Bruggers, and promoter David Crockett ).
She is the host of Escape from Scorpion Island series 4 with Johnny Pitts replacing JK and Joel from Series 2 and 3.
On February 4, 1969, Gibson appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, and said the Major League Baseball Players Association ( MLBPA ) had suggested players consider striking before the upcoming season began.
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During the First World War the German army used horses for logistics, 1. 4 million of them, in the 1939 – 45 war it used 2. 7 million horses.
For example, a Dinosaur is a member who was active before the first Worldcon ( World Science Fiction Convention ) held on July 4, 1939, while Associate Membership requires provable activity in fandom for more than three decades.
Oswald was born in New Orleans on October 18, 1939, to Marguerite Frances ( née Claverie ; New Orleans, Louisiana, July 19, 1907 – Fort Worth, Texas, January 17, 1981 ) and Robert Edward Lee Oswald, Sr. ( New Orleans, Louisiana, March 4, 1896 – New Orleans, August 19, 1939 ).
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* November 4 – WWII: U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt orders the United States Customs Service to implement the Neutrality Act of 1939, allowing cash-and-carry purchases of weapons to non-belligerent nations.
A series of serosurveys in 1939 in central Africa found anti-WNV positive results ranging from 1. 4 % ( Congo ) to 46. 4 % ( White Nile region, Sudan ).
Since 1 September 1939 the German University was subordinated to the Reichsministry of Education in Berlin and on 4 November 1939 it was proclaimed to be Reichsuniversität.
Jon Howard Appleton ( born January 4, 1939 ) is an American composer and teacher who was a pioneer in electro-acoustic music.
Appleton was born in Los Angeles, California on January 4, 1939 to Jewish parents: Helen Jacobs Appleton ( born Philadelphia, 1908 ) and Charles Leonard Appleton ( born Haim Eppel Boim in Kishenov, Moldavia, 1900 ).
The couple had five children: Christopher ( born 1939 ), Christina ( born December 1, 1941 ), Catalina ( born November 21, 1942 ), Duncan ( born August 4, 1945 ), and Valentina ( born December 26, 1952 ).
On 4 January 1939 Raeder advised Hitler that given the Kriegsmarines status as third in regards to allocation of resources and spending behind the Army and the Air Force, the construction targets could not be met within the deadlines given.
Miranda signed a movie contract with Hollywood and arrived in the United States in 4 May 1939 with her band, the Bando da Lua.
He prevailed over the isolationists, and on November 4 the Neutrality Act of 1939 was passed, allowing for arms trade with belligerent nations on a cash-and-carry basis, thus in effect ending the arms embargo.
* 1939: First 4 MW utility power generation gas turbine from BBC Brown, Boveri & Cie. for an emergency power station in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
It must be construed and the Official Secrets Acts 1911 to 1939 have effect, as if it was contained in the Official Secrets Act 1911 but so that sections 10 and 11, except section 10 ( 4 ), do not apply.
When it was first released, the film premiered in Constitution Hall in Washington, D. C., on October 17, 1939, sponsored by the National Press Club, an event to which 4, 000 guests were invited, including 45 senators.
William Halse Rivers Rivers was the oldest of four children, with his siblings being brother Charles Hay ( 29 August 1865 – 8 November 1939 ) and sisters Ethel Marian ( 30 October 1867 – 4 February 1943 ) and Katharine Elizabeth ( 1871 – 1939 ).
* Wydarzenia 3 i 4 września 1939 r. w Bydgoszczy – „ Blutsonntag ", reproduction of text from Historia Bydgoszczy, Tom II, część druga 1939 – 1945, Marian Biskup ( ed.