The Daily News | October 14

Nazi Germany withdrew from the League of Nations, 1933
Soyuz 23 (USSR) launched, 1976
First issue of the Boston Sunday Globe published, 1877
First US baby show (Ohio), 1854
Alma College (Alma, Michigan) formally established, 1886
British Computer Society founded, 1957
Chicago Cards snap the longest NFL losing streak (29 games), 1945
Victor Hugo married Adele Foucher, 1822
Battle of Hastings (William the Conqueror beat King Harold), 1066
Leonard Bernstein, conductor, died, 1990
William Hooper, signer of US Declaration of Independence, died, 1790
Sound barrier broken (Chuck Yeager), 1947
George and Ira Gershwin’s “Girl Crazy” opened on Broadway, 1930
Theodore Roosevelt shot (Milwaukee), 1912
Croton Aqueduct opened (New York gets public water for first time), 1842
Harry Lillis “Bing” Crosby, singer, died, 1977
New York beat Philadephia in the World Series where every game was a shutout, 1905
Athens liberated by British and Greek troops, 1944
Frank Loesser’s “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” opened on Broadway, 1961
beatles finished recording “The White Album”, 1968