Director: John Gilling. Also starred Frank Hawkins, Anthony Doonan & Gillie Fenwick
Test batting average of 99.94.
(1928-1948) Made 12 Test double-centuries and went over 300 twice. He held the record highest score both for Tests (334) and first-class cricket (452*). His 29 Test centuries stood as the world record for many years, and he is the only man to score 100 first-class centuries without appearing in county cricket. His Test batting average was 99.94. He was dismissed for a duck by Eric Hollies in his final Test innings in 1948 when he needed just four to maintain his career average over 100.
1971; 1 week as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart
Test Batting average 99.94. Said to be the greatest statistical average for a sport ever. Played for Australia. First test debut in 1928.
Samuel Eliot Morison, 1942
Is an international yachting regatta
Four time Winner - All England Open Badminton Championships 1953-1957
Known as Battle of the Skagerrak in Germany. The largest naval battle of World War I and the only full-scale clash of battleships in that war. Fought May 31st to June 1st, 1916 off the Jutland Peninsula of Denmark in the North Sea. Considered a victory by each side. Germany sank more British ships than they lost. Germany never again challenged the Allies on the open seas with their surface fleet during the war.
Darjeeling -- The zoo is at an average elevation of 2133.5 m.
German supreme naval commander and brief President after Hitler's suicide
Australian. "The Don" is widely considered the best batsman of all time.
1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979)
Robinson earned the nickname "The Admiral"based on his prior service as an officer in the United States Navy, although his actual rank was Lieutenant, Junior Grade . He along with power-forward Tim Duncan, were nicknamed the "The Twin Towers".
The French defeat at Trafalgar forced Napoleon to abandon hopes of invading Britain.
A Word to Husbands by Ogden Nash
American four-star admiral; directed the original development of naval nuclear propulsion