TO­DAY IN HIS­TORY

Daily Freeman (Kingston, NY) - - KICKOFF -

TO­DAY’S HIGH­LIGHT

Nov. 29, 2001

Ge­orge Har­ri­son, the “quiet Bea­tle,” died in Los An­ge­les fol­low­ing a bat­tle with can­cer; he was 58.

ALSO ON THIS DATE

1890

The first Army-Navy foot­ball game was played at West Point, New York; Navy de­feated Army, 24-0.

1956

The mu­si­cal com­edy “Bells Are Ring­ing,” star­ring Judy Hol­l­i­day, opened on Broad­way.

1972

The coin-op­er­ated video ar­cade game Pong, cre­ated by Atari, made its de­but at Andy Capp’s Tav­ern in Sun­ny­vale, Cal­i­for­nia.

1981

Ac­tress Natalie Wood drowned in a boat­ing ac­ci­dent off Santa Catalina Is­land, Cal­i­for­nia, at age 43.

1986

Ac­tor Cary Grant died in Daven­port, Iowa, at age 82.

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