BORN TODAY: In Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Woodrow (Woody) Charles Herman, jazz musician and big band leader.
Also, in Rosa, in the Veneto in Italy – Sebastiano Baggio – Italian Cardinal and President of the Vatican city State in 1984.
World Affairs: In a continuation of the hostilities between Italy and the Ottoman Empire in Libya (Italo-Turkish War, or Guerra di Libia) which was officially concluded during 1912, the Italians suffer a serious defeat by bedouin tribesmen at Sidi Garba, near Derna, in Tripoli. General Mabretti attacks what he believes to be a force of 2000 bedu, but is actually an army ten times larger armedwith cannons. An estimated 2000 Italian lives are lost as the Italian army retreats in disarray, abandoning its dead and injured.
Science, technology and the weather: In Falmer, Sussex, UK – the Race Hill Windmill, built in 1861, is blown down in a storm.