On This Day September 30th
On This Day in history:
1898- City of New York is established.
1861- William Wrigley, Jr., the chewing gum tycoon, is born.
1951- "The Red Skeleton Show" premiers on television.
1954- Julie Andrews makes her first Broadway appearance in "The Boy Friend."
1955- James Dean is killed in a car accident at age 24.
1981- Seoul, South Korea is selected to host the 1988 Summer Olympics.
1982- "Cheers" begins an 11 year run on NBC.
1988- John Lennon receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
1997-The Rolling Stones release "Bridges to Babylon."