Jackie Mitchell pitched her legendary "sinker" in an annual exhibition game with the New York Yankees.
Women-only cars on the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad's "Hudson Tube" route through the McAdoo Tunnel from 23rd Street in Manhattan to Hoboken, New Jersey, are proving popular.
Today, Alice Paul's "Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage" became a national organization, adopted a constitution, and launched a suffrage campaign that puts it into direct competition with another effort by the more conservative National American Woman Suffrage Association.
"A feminist 'pro-change' constituency is solidifying among specific groups of women."
Amelia Earhart's latest adventure nearly ended in disaster today when she attempted to fly to Howland Island, the second stop on her around-the-world flight.
Dozens more women were arrested today both inside and outside the Woolworth Store at 34 West 14th Street in Manhattan on the third day of their strike.
"We demand that as an act of faith toward women in this country, the Ladies Home Journal turn over to the Women's Liberation Movement the editorial content of one issue of the magazine, to be named the Women's Liberated Journal. We further demand a monthly column."
The resilience of the suffrage movement was never more in evidence than today.
Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt called on President Kennedy at the White House today and gave him a three-page list of women he should consider for top jobs in his now 52-day-old Administration.