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On this day in history: September 14, 1927 - Legendary dancer Isadora Duncan is killed in Nice, France, when her long silk scarf gets tangled in the rear wheel of the convertible in which she is riding. Her neck is broken and an artery severed. Some accounts have her thrown against the pavement and dragged for 100 feet. The freak accident occurs in full view of a number of friends.
Born on this day in history: September 14, 1849 - Ivan Pavlov (1849 - 1936) physiologist. He discovered conditioned reflex (Pavlovian reflexes) with experiments on dogs; won Nobel Prize, 1904.
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Has Barbara Walters lost it? Some of her co-hosts on "The View" may think so after her claim today about her Havanese dog Cha-Cha. Walters says she's going to bring the woman who was with her at the time on the show to back up her story.