Billboard publishes its first music chart, Sputnik falls to Earth, The Beatles record together for the last time, and Nancy Pelosi becomes the first female speaker of the House, all on this day.
1964: Actress Dorothy-Marie "Dot" Jones, best known for her Emmy-nominated recurring role on the TV series "Glee," is born in Turlock, California. A former bodybuilder and a 15-time world arm wrestling champion, Jones also has appeared in movies such as "Patch Adams" and "The Boondock Saints" and in TV shows like "Married… with Children," "Nip/Tuck," "Desperate Housewives" and "Prison Break."
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