The Daily News | September 22

First US business high school opened (Washington, DC), 1890
Irving Berlin died, 1989
Sara Jane Moore attempted to kill President Gerald Ford, 1975
Tuscarora Indian War began, 1711
US Congress established the office of postmaster general, 1789
President Nixon subpoenaed, 1974
Patent for ice cream cone mold filed for (Italo Marchiony), 1903
Proclamation of the Republic of Mali, 1960
Nathan Hale, US Revolutionary War hero and patriot, hanged, 1776
West Germany formed by Allied forces, 1953
Russian trappers established a colony on Kodiak Island, Alaska, 1784
First survey of national lands began, 1785
Fred Merkle fails to touch second base, costing Giants the pennant, 1908
Jack Dempsey-Gene Tunney championship fight, 1927
Willie Mays hit his 600th home run (Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego), 1969
Last episode of “The Honeymooners” aired, 1956
Tacy Richardson’s ride to warn Washington of approaching British troops, 1777
First all-woman jury in the colonies empowered, 1656
Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick’s “Fiddler on the Roof” opened on Broadway, 1964
Cy Young got his 511th and final major league win, 1911
Otto von Bismarck, statesman and military theoretician, became premier of Prussia, 1862
Lou Brock broke the career stolen base record (938), 1979
Largest crowd ever in Fenway Park (47,627 for a double header vs New York Yankees), 1935
Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, 1862