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Kennedy killed, St. Helens' earlier eruption, Nobel Prizes funded


Nov. 21: 301,000 BC—First time a hominid multi-tasked; he both hunted and gathered. 1922—Rebecca Felton becomes the first female U.S. Senator. 1973—Rosemary Woods “accidental” erasure of 18 minutes of a Watergate tape is discovered. Born: Malcolm John “Mac” Rebennack, Jr., stage name Dr. John the Night Tripper (1940). Robert Benchley (1945). World Television Day. Today’s Word: Esssse—ashes.

Nov. 22: 1842—In Washington State, Mount St. Helens erupts. 1925—Red Grange signs with “Da Bears.” 1928—In Paris, Maurice Ravel’s Bolero is first performed publicly. 1934—Eddie Cantor’s radio show premieres “Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town.” 1963—President Kenned...

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