"The Hobbit" is published for the first time, Jimmy Hendrix becomes Jimi, Sandra Day O'Connor is confirmed as the first female Supreme Court justice, and a track superstar dies, all on this day.
1982: National Football League players begin a 57-day strike. The strike, which ended on Nov. 16, 1982, would end up shortening the season from 16 games to nine. The new five-year agreement eventually ratified provided severance packages to players upon retirement, an increase in salaries and post-season pay, and bonuses based on the number of years of experience in the league.
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