On This Day: September 28th
This is 271st day of the year and 94 days remain in the year.
Eight Chicago White Sox players were indicted for fixing the 1919 World Series in the "Black Sox scandal."
Two U.S. Army planes landed in Seattle after completing the first round-the-world-flight in 175 days.
Walter Washington became the first mayor of the District of Columbia.
Jazz great Miles Davis died.
Althea Gibson, the first African-American tennis player to win at Wimbledon, died.
September 28 BirthdaysMichelangelo CaravaggioPronunciation: [mEkAlän´jAlO mArE´zE dä käräväd´jO]
or Amerigi da Caravaggio
1573?–1610, Italian painter.
Ed Sullivantelevision personality
Alice Marbletennis player
Georges Clemenceaupolitical figure
Avery Brundagesports executive