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  • Sep 11, 1913
    College football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant is born in Moro Bottom, Arkansas. A longtime fixture at the University of Alabama, he's referenced in Tim McGraw's 2009 hit "Southern Voice"
    Sep 12, 1913
    Track star Jesse Owens is born in Oakville, Alabama. A winner of four gold medals during the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Owens will be referenced in Bill Anderson's 1970 country hit "Where Have All Our Heroes Gone"
    Sep 22, 1913
    Cole Porter enrolls in Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He lasts only one year, turning instead to music, where he writes the Gene Autry country hit "Don't Fence Me In"
    Sep 29, 1913
    Sarah Rachel Roberts is born in Kentucky. Her children will include a Grand Ole Opry star, Skeeter Davis

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