x - Notebooks get spiral bindings.0195069072
x - Radio At KDKA, Conrad sets up a short-wave radio transmitter.
x - Aviation Daily coast-to-coast air mail service.
x - Radio Two and a half million radio sets in the U.S.
x - Kleenex
x - The Times features its first crossword puzzle.
x - Adjusted Compensation Act for veterans
x - Society The Charleston, catches on nationally and internationally after appearing in the all-black musical revue Runnin' Wild.
x - Raymond Arthur Dart, South African anthropologist, discovers the first skull of australopithecus in a South African stone quarry, one of the major finds of the century.
x - Politics Ahmed, Shah of Persia, dethroned.
x - UKPolitics Winston Churchill becomes Chancellor of the Exchequer under Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin.
x - De Broglie publishes paper on wave-particle duality.
x - Hugo Eckner flies a zeppelin across the Atlantic.
x - Mah-jong craze sweeps the world.
x - American Association for the Study of the Feeble-Minded finds that there are 58 public, and 80 private institutions or the feeble-minded in the US.
x - Small: Origins of Sociology
x - First use of insecticides
x - Labor William Greeen becomes president of the American Federation of Labor(AFL)
x - The Ottoman Dynasty is officially terminated after a reign of over 600 years.
x - First Danish women elected to national post.
x - E.M. Forster's novel A Passage to India is published in U.K.
x - The American Mercury is founded by H. L. Mencken and George Jean Nathan.
x - Jessie Fauset's novel There is Confusion, a key work of the Harlem Rennaissance, is published.
x - Thomas Mann's most famous novel The Magic Mountain ("Der Zauberberg") is published in Germany.
x - Clarence Birdseye invents process for quick frozen food.
x - Sports Baseballer Rogers Hornsby bats .424, an all-time season record. Hornsby is baseball's batting leader from 1920 to 1925.
x - Little Orphan Annie makes her comic strip debut.
x - Eugene O'Neill's play Desire Under the Elms premieres.
x - The first commercially available camera by Germany's Leica company begins mass production and is introduced to the public in spr 1925
x - Finnish runner Paavo Nurmi wins four gold medals in Paris.
x - Italian Fascists murder Socialist leader Giacomo Matteotti.
x - Mustapha Kemel gives Turkey a Democratic constitution then later announces he will rule as dictator, which he does until his death in
x - U.S. Congress enacts the Johnson Act which restricts immigration by of any nationality to only 2 per cent of the number of that nationality that were residents in the US in 1890.
x - Mead: "The Genesis of the Self and Social Control"0684852950
x - Slovakia A group of Roma are tried for cannibalism. They are found innocent.
x - Labor IWW convention splits into factions, and what is left of the organization disintegrates.
x - Politics Republican President Calvin Coolidge is re-elected on a platform of "Coolidge Prosperity" and promotes pro-business policies.
x - Politics Frank B. Kellogg is made ambassador to Britain
x - Fred Astaire and sister Adele dance in Lady Be Good, a Gershwin production
x - Chinese nationalist party, Kuomintang, holds first national congress
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