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1. Show was 21 and Charles van Doren. Herb Stempel was the other player.
2. They were aquitted in court, but banned from baseball for life by the Baseball Commissioner. Eddie Cicotte and Shoeless Joe Jackson confessed their participation in the scheme to the grand jury on September 28, 1920
3. The unsanctioned assassination of Castellano in 1985 by John Gotti sparked years of animosity between the Gambinos and the other New York crime families. Sparks Steak House in Midtown Manhattan.
4. Kitty Genovese and the bystander effect, or bystander apathy, is a social psychological phenomenon that refers to cases in which individuals do not offer any means of help to a victim when other people are present. The probability of help is inversely related to the number of bystanders. In other words, the greater the number of bystanders, the less likely it is that any one of them will help. Several variables help to explain why the bystander effect occurs.
5. Emily Warren Roebling is the Woman Who Saved the Brooklyn Bridge
1, George S. Kaufman, playwright and critic
~ Brooklyn and Manhattan – Brooklyn Museum of Art, NYC
~Spirit of Commerce – Manhattan Bridge, NYC
~Memory--woman who would not leave her husband on the sinking Titanic-Ida Straus and Isidor Straus Memorial – Straus Park, Manhattan, NYC
~Three Graces – Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Astor, NYC
~Pulitzer Fountain outside the Plaza Hotel at the southeast entrance to Central Park~the centerpiece of the Maine Monument in Columbus Circle at the opposite corner of Central Park~ Beauty – New York Public Library, NYC ~She once also stood sentry at the Brooklyn entrance of the Manhattan Bridge as Miss Manhattan and Miss Brooklyn. But those colossal forms now flank the entrance to the Brooklyn Museum~Frick House on Fifth Avenue~She is the two grieving stone figures on the Firemen’s Memorial on Riverside Drive~as Pomona in Grand Army Plaza, New York City~~twenty-five feet tall, holding a crown aloft as the symbol of the city, atop the vast Municipal Building
3. Mae West, who used the pen name Jane Mast.
4. Mary Mallon and George Soper
5. Valerie Solanas, and she shot Andy Warhol and Mario Amaya.
1 Arnold Rothstein
2 Leona Helmsley $12 mill to Trouble ( originally but court cut it back to a scant $2 million)
3 William M. Tweed (Boss Tweed)
4 Bernie Madoff -Mark committed suicide in December 2010, and Andrew succumbed to cancer in September 2014.
5 Columbia University; odious Dr. John Hicks
.. "A clash became inevitable and all eyes turned to a youth named John Hicks Jr. Accounts from the period show that citizens around the town already knew of the macabre antics of young Hicks. College students were younger in the 18th century. The average freshman was fifteen years old. Hicks, who was not to receive his M.D. for five more years, was an undoubtedly spoiled and exceptionally cruel teen."