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1926


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1926
   winners of the FA Cup were   
Bolton Wanderers
Bolton Wanderers 1 Manchester City 0
1926
   winner of the Tour de France was   
Lucien Buysse
Belgium
1926
   Wimbledon Men's Singles champion was   
Jean Borotra
1926
   Wimbledon Ladies' Singles champion was   
Kitty McKane Godfree
1926
   winner of the US Open Men's Singles was   
René Lacoste
d. Jean Borotra 6-4 6-0 6-4
1926
   winner of the US Open Women's Singles was   
Molla Mallory
1926
   winner of the Australian Open Men's Singles was   
John Hawkes
1926
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Daphne Akhurst
1926
   winner of the French Open Men's Singles was   
Henri Cochet
1926
   World Series Champions were the   
St. Louis Cardinals
Won in 7 games v. New York Yankees
1926
   was the year   
Claude Monet Died
Died December 5, 1926 Giverny, France. His painting of 1872 "Impression, Sunrise" gave rise to the term Impressionist.
1926
   was the year   
Television Was First Publicly Demonstrated
John Logie Baird made his first public demonstration to members of the Royal Institute and a reporter on January 26th 1926 in Soho, London.
1926
   the winner was   
Aristide Briand and Gustav Stresemann
France, 1862-1932; part-originator of Briand-Kellogg Pact and Locarno Pact / Germany, 1878-1929; part-origintor of Locarno Pact
Svetlana Stalin
   was born on   
February 28, 1926
Daughter of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin
Marilyn Monroe
   was born on   
June 1, 1926
American sultry movie actress
Allen Ginsberg
   was born on   
June 3, 1926
American "beat" poet
Queen Elizabeth II
   was born on   
April 21, 1926
Queen of the United Kingdom
1926
   the winner was   
Norma Smallwood
Tulsa, Oklahoma
1926
   the winner was   
Grazia Deledda
Pen-name of Grazia Madesani, née Deledda; Italy, 1871-1936
1926
   the winner was   
Bubbling Over
Albert Johnson
1926
   the winner was   
Bobby Jones
At Royal Lytham and St. Annes - Amateur
1926
   the winners were   
Harlequins I
1926
      
The June 10th Incident, Where Rioters Supported Deposed King Sunjong
This incident mirrored a similar protest in support of his father, King Gojong.
1926
   Senior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Woods
Norton- 500cc Stanley Woods , first superstar of the TT
1926
   Junior Isle of Man TT winner was   
Bennett
Velocette- 350 cc
1926
   the winner was   
Suzanne Lenglen
Defeated Mary Browne 6-1, 6-0
1926
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Spearfelt
Jockey - Hugh Harold Cairns, Trainer - V. O'Neill, Owner - D. C. Grant, Time - 3.22.75
1926
      
Fianna Fail Was Founded
1926
   was the year   
Five Mayan Cities Were Discovered in Mexico
1926
      
Treaty of Berlin
Germany and the Soviet Union pledge neutrality.
1926
   is birth year of   
Henze
Hans Werner
1926
   Preakness Stakes winner was   
Display
John Maiben on board -- Trainer Thomas J. Healey -- Walter J. Salmon, Sr. -- 1:59.80
1926
   winner was   
Crusader
Albert Johnson up, Trainer: George Conway, Owner: Glen Riddle Farm -- 2:32.20
1926
   was won by   
William B. Mcinnes
For the painting 'Silk and Lace'
1926
   was the first publication of   
Croak
1926
   was the first publication of   
The Penman
1926
   was won by   
Amberwave
E. Kirwan
Bob Fothergill
   hit a natural cycle on   
September 26, 1926
While playing as an outfielder for the Detroit Tigers against the Boston Red Sox in the American League. age 29
Ottawa Senators
   won the Grey Cup in   
1926
Defeated University of Toronto Varsity Blues 10-7 at Varsity Stadium in Toronto, Ontario on December 4, 1926
1926
   the winner was the   
Montreal Maroons
Gussie Alexander
   performed the blues song   
Drifting From You Blues (1926)
Anthony Michael Lazzeri (1926-39)
   had the nickname   
"Poosh 'Em Up Tony"
Butterbeans and Susie
   performed the blues song   
Let The Door Knob Hit You In the Back (1926)
Melvin Thomas Ott (1926-47)
   had the nickname   
“Master Melvin”
Martha Copeland
   performed the blues song   
When The Wind Make Connection With Your Dry Goods (1926)
Marilyn Monroe
   lifespan was   
1926-1962
American film actress
Butterbeans and Susie
   performed the blues song   
He Likes It Slow (1926)






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