Dating facts in 1960s
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Prince Philip was born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark. There were two pages: HRH Prince William of Gloucester (aged 5) and HRH Prince Michael of Kent (aged 5). The Queen's wedding dress was designed by Sir Norman Hartnell. As an owner and breeder of thoroughbreds, she often visits other race meetings to watch her horses run, and also frequently attends equestrian events. She attends the Derby at Epsom, one of the classic flat races in Britain, and the Summer Race Meeting at Ascot, which has been a Royal occasion since 1911. The Queen's horses won races at Royal Ascot on a number of occasions. To formally greet the Queen men should perform a neck bow (from the head only) whilst women do a small curtsy.He joined the Royal Navy in 1939 and after the war, in February 1947, became a naturalised British subject. Norman Hartnell submitted designs for the dress in August 1947. The fabric for the dress was woven at Winterthur Silks Limited, Dunfermline, in the Canmore factory, using silk that had come from Chinese silkworms at Lullingstone Castle. The Queen's Bridal Veil was made of tulle and held by a tiara of diamonds. There was a notable double on 18 June 1954 when Landau won the Rous Memorial Stakes and a stallion called Aureole won the Hardwicke Stakes, and in 1957 The Queen had four winners during Ascot week. Other interests include walking in the countryside and working her Labradors, which were bred at Sandringham. A lesser known interest is Scottish country dancing. On presentation to The Queen, the correct formal address is 'Your Majesty' and subsequently 'Ma'am'. Norman Hartnell, who first worked for the then Princess Elizabeth in the 1940s, produced many of the finest evening dresses in Her Majesty’s wardrobe.
Cassius Marcellus Clay of the US, later known as Muhammad Ali, first gained international prominence by winning the light-heavyweight gold medal.
In the 1950s, a hairstyle known as the bouffant sent women all over the United States running to drug stores for cans of hairspray.
The bouffant is tall and wide, and the ends of the hair flip over or under.
Arnold Palmer, who has won seven majors, won back-to-back majors in 1960 at the Masters Tournament the 190 U. A memorable event for this year was Bill Mazeroski's home run in the 9th inning of Game 7 of the 1960 World Series to defeat the Yankees for the Pirates.
In cricket, the Australia and West Indies 1st Test Cricket match at the Gabba ended in a memorable and rare tie. Below is a time-line of some significant results in the world of sport for the year 1960.
After the initial controversy surrounding athletes from communist countries participating in the Winter Games in the US, things went as usual with the ex-Soviet Union topping the medal count with seven gold and 21 total medals.
A highlight was the US men's ice-hockey team winning their first Olympic gold medal with a record of 7–0–0 during the tournament.Heldt's only advice to her customers was to warn their husbands to keep those hands out of the hair during romantic moments [source: Mannion].The beehive remains a popular style option today, and it has even survived some bad word of mouth. Find out how to style your own beehive hairdo on the next page.Paul Elvstrom of Denmark won his fourth consecutive yachting gold medal in the single-handed dinghy class.Hungarian fencer Aladar Gerevich earned his sixth consecutive gold medal in the team sabre event, and in canoeing Sweden’s Gert Fredriksson won his sixth gold medal.In the Summer Games, Danish sailor Paul Elvstrøm won the gold medal for the fourth straight time in the Finn class, a feat which has not been matched by any other sailor till date.