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This Day In Everett History

  1. This Day in Everett History

    September 26, 2016, All Day

    1914: The Everett High football team beats Marlborough 60-0 in the first game of the season on its way to a 13-0 season in which they scored 600 points to their opponents zero and won a national championship.

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  2. This Day in Everett History

    September 27, 2016, All Day

    1919: The first official female cheerleader in the Boston area, Beatrice Adelaide "Bobsy" Sullivan of Everett High School, makes her debut.
    1941: The 7052-ton tanker I. C. White, owned by American interests and flying the flag of Panama, was torpedoed in the South Atlantic. The IC White was under the command of William Mello of Everett.
    1948: Mayor Reynolds evicts 4 families totaling 18 persons who were living in the city stables.
    1970: SP4 Robert Frank Ronga, Jr. dies in Vietnam.

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  3. This Day in Everett History

    September 28, 2016, All Day

    1913: The first mass of the new Our Lady of Grace Parish was celebrated in the Prattville School hall.

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  4. This Day in Everett History

    September 29, 2016, All Day

    1899: A case of smallpox was reported in the town of Everett. It was traced to a barber in Chelsea.

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  5. This Day in Everett History

    September 30, 2016, All Day

    1918: U Boat-152 sinks the USS Ticonderoga killing 213 men including Everett's Charles E. Glazebrook.
    1919: Jackson Cannell of Everett elected captain of the Dartmouth varsity football team.

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