The Daily News | September 25

Charles Lang Freer, US art collector, died, 1919
John Bonham died, 1980
US Bill of Rights submitted to states for vote, 1789
Walter Pidgeon died, 1984
Vasco Nunez de Balboa crossed Isthmus of Panama, 1513
Ring Lardner Sr died, 1933
Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), children’s author, died, 1991
Valerius Corsus died, 1544
Sandra Day O’Connor became first woman on US Supreme Court, 1981
Yosemite National Park created, 1890
First telephone conversation over trans-oceanic cable took place, 1956
Columbus set sail on second voyage, 1493
William Sloane, publishing executive and writer (“The Edge of Running Water”), died, 1974
Ethan Allen captured by the British, 1775
First newspaper published in US (“Publick Occurrences, Both Foreign and Domestic” - Boston), 1690
Oldest man to pitch professional baseball, 1965