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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
22nd October 1960 Charlton Athletic Football Club draw 6-6 against Middlesborough.
22nd October 1941 Born today: Charles Keating, London England, actor (Carl Hutchins-Another World)
22nd October 1938 Actor Derek Jacobi, was born in Leytonstone, London.
22nd October 1910 Millwall open their new ground The Den after 4 previous grounds on Isle of Dogs.
22nd October 1904 QPR Football Club play their first game at their new ground Loftus Road.
22nd October 1897 World's 1st car dealer opens in London.
King's College Wimbledon Rocks
Celebrated public school for the famous.
Location: Southside, Wimbledon Common, SW19 4TT
Description: King's College School opposite WImbledon Common is one of the top college's in London with a long list of famous and celebrated alumni.
In music scholars here included Michael Nyman, John Deacon from Queen, Marcus Mumford & Ben Lovett from Mumford and Sons plus Matt Owens from Noah and the Whale.
In politics alumni include Lord David Owen and the current prime minister of Jordan Marouf al-Bakhit.
Napolon, Prince Imperial, the only child of Emperor Napoleon III of France and his Empress consort Eugnie de Montijo, attended here before his untimely death in Africa.
Bishop Desmond Tutu is one of the College's most distinguished relgiious alumni which also includes more than 10 further Bishops in the UK.
In the arts, authors Sir Arthur C. Clarke, C. S. Forester, Alain de Botton, Sir Walter Besant, Sir W. S. Gilbert, Thomas Hardy, John Keats, Charles Kingsley, W. Somerset Maugham, Michael Morpurgo, John Ruskin and Virginia Woolf attended KCS.
Other noteds include Rory Bremner, Sue Carpenter, Quentin Crisp, Derek Jarman, Boris Karloff, Sir Allan Powell, Sir Charles Wyndham, David Bellamy, and Henry Marc Brunel.