CDAY Almanac http://historicevents.win/ondax.php Today in history, birthdays, holidays CDAY 1 Birthdays http://historicevents.win/ondax.php Johanna van Valois, Queen of France<br> Robert Fayrfax, composer<br> Julius Csar Scaliger, Italy, scholar (On the Subtlety of Things)<br> Alexander Alesius, [Aless/Alane], System theologist/physician<br> Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Spanish writer (Don Quioxite)<br> William Shakespeare, bard<br> William Shakespeare, bard<br> Maarten Harpertszoon Tromp, naval commander<br> Jan Adam Reincken, composer<br> John Commelin, director (Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam)<br> Andreas Kneller, composer<br> George Baron Anson, British admiral/explorer<br> Friedrich von Hagedorn, German poet (Versuch einiger Poem)<br> Johann Friedrich Doles, composer<br> Samuel Wallis, explorer (Wallis Island)<br> Ildephons Haas, composer<br> Alexandre-Auguste Robineau, composer<br> Alexander Reinagle, composer<br> Joseph Mallord Turner, England, landscape painter (Shipwreck)<br> James Buchanan, 15th President (1857-1861)<br> James Buchanan, 15th President (1857-1861)<br> James Buchanan, Cove Gap PA, (Fed/Dem), 15th US president (1857-61)<br> W Friedrich Olivier, German landscape painter/cartoonist<br> Jules J baron d'Anethan, Belgian minister of Justice<br> Guillaume Nerenburger, Belgian general (Triangulatie of Belgium)<br> Eugene-Prosper Prevost, composer<br> Thomas Wright, historian<br> Louis-Antoine Julien, conductor<br> Stephen Douglas, the "Little Giant", debates Lincoln<br> Stephen Douglas, the "Little Giant", debates Lincoln<br> Stephen Arnold Douglas, (Little giant), US senator (Lincoln debates)<br> James Anthony Froude, historian<br> John Gill Shorter, Gov (Confederacy), died in 1872<br> Pierre Dupont, song writer<br> Abdl-Medjid, 31st sultan of Turkey (1839-61)<br> Johann F Ritter von Schulte, German Catholic lawyer<br> Albert FA, king of Saxon (1873-1902)<br> Alfred J Verwee, Flemish painter<br> Edwin Markham, US, poet (1st winner of Amer Acad of Poets Award 1937)<br> Ernst L Wolzogen, German writer/founder (Cabaret berbrettl)<br> Max K E Ludwig Planck, German physicist (Planck Constant, Nobel 1918)<br> Edmund Henry Hynman, 1st viscount Allenby of Megiddo/Fieldmarshal<br> Simon Abramsz, Dutch teacher/writer (For the Young Ones)<br> Arthur Farwell, composer<br> Claude Carter, South African slow lefty cricketer (1912-22)<br> Otakar Sini, composer<br> Albert Coates, St Petersburg Russia, conductor/composer (Eagle)<br> Max [G M J] Winders Maximilien, Belgium, architect (WW II)<br> Charles Warrell, big Chief I-Spy writer/teacher<br> Donald Nichols Tweedy, composer<br> Marcel L'Herbier, French director/screenwriter (El Dorado)<br> Sergei Prokofiev, composer<br> Sergei Prokofiev, composer<br> Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofiev, Ukraine, composer (Peter & the Wolf)<br> Minus van Looi, [Benjamin van der Voort], Flemish writer<br> R Huelsenbeck, writer<br> Frank Borzage, Salt Lake City, director (7th Heaven, Strange Cargo)<br> Basil Sydney, England, actor (Hamlet, Jassy, Simba, Farmer's Wife)<br> George Renevant, Paris, actor (Moulin Rouge, Scotland Yard, Comrade X)<br> Margaret Kennedy, novelist<br> Harold French, director (Encore)/actor<br> John Wengraf, Vienna Austria, actor (12 to Moon, Pride & Passion)<br> Lester Bowles Pearson, (L) 14th Canadian PM (1963-68) (Nobel 1957)<br> Lucius du Bignon Clay, US, general (WW II)/gov (West Germany)<br> Edwin E Dwinger, German writer (General Vlassov)<br> Edith Ngaio Marsh, NZ, Kiwi mystery writer (Black Beech & Honeydew)<br> Vladimir Nabokov, St Petersburg Russia, novelist (Lolita, Ada)<br> Ary Verhaar, composer<br> Henry Barraud, composer<br> Joseph Green, film maker<br> Halldr Laxness, Iceland, novelist (Salka Valka) (Nobel 1955)<br> Duncan Renaldo, Spain, actor (Cisco Kid)<br> Leslie French, actor/singer (More than a Miracle)<br> Lord Carew, Ireland, judge (dressage)<br> Marcel Hillaire, Cologne Germany, actor (Adv in Paradise)<br> Maria Arnoldo, [Adrianus Broeders], photographer/writer<br> Baroness Dudley<br> Frederick Hawkins, dancer<br> Herbert Telley, British actuary<br> Thomas Padmore, senior civil servant<br> Ronald Neame, director (1st Monday in Oct, Poseidon Adventure)<br> Simone Simon, France, actress (All Money Can Buy, Ladies in Love)<br> Jan Meyerowitz, composer<br> Andrew Martin, Lord-Lt (Lechestershire England)<br> John Hubbard, Indiana Harbor Indiana, actor (Don't Call Me Charlie)<br> Mitsu Suzuki, teacher of tea ceremony at SF Zen Center<br> Arnold Hall, CEO (Hawker Siddeley Group)<br> Bud Wilkinson, college football coach (Oklahoma)<br> Jacob Kistemaker, nuclear physicist (ultra centrifuge)<br> Anthony Craxton, British TV producer<br> Maurice Druon, [Kessel], French writer/journalist (Prix Goncourt)<br> Dorian Leigh, San Antonio TX, model, sister of Suzy Parker<br> Talivaldis Kenins, composer<br> Eric Yarrow, CEO (Clydesdale Bank)<br> Louis Barron, composer<br> Janet Blair, Altoona Pa, actress (Leave it to the Girls, Smith Family)<br> Warren Spahn, left-handed pitcher (Boston/Milwaukee Braves)<br> Boy [Segundo JA] Ecury, Aruba, resistance fighter<br> Diarmuid Downs, auto engineer<br> Avram Davidson, US, sci-fi author (Hugo, Peregrine: Primus, Rork!)<br> James Kirkup, travel writer/poet/novelist (African in Greenland)<br> Nathan "Dambuza" Mdledle, singer<br> Arthur Frackenpohl, Irving NJ, composer (Natural Superiority of Music)<br> Colin Welch, columnist/critic<br> James Colin Ross Welch, journalist<br> Malcolm Anson, CEO (Wessex Water Authority)<br> James P Donleavy, Brooklyn, novelist (Ginger Man, Onion Eaters)<br> Richard Laws, Master (St Edmunds College Cambridge)<br> Russell Smith, composer<br> Shirley Temple, child<br> Shirley Temple, child<br> Bill Cotton, CEO (Noel Gay TV)<br> Okke Jager, Dutch theologist/writer/poet<br> Shirley Temple Black, Ca, actress (Heidi)/ambassador (UN)<br> George Steiner, professor (English)<br> Alan Oppenheimer, NYC, actor (6 Million Dollar Man, Eischied)<br> Michael Bowen, RC Archbishop (Southwark)<br> Halston, [R Halston Frowick], fashion designer (1972 Hall of Fame)<br> Jim Fixx, jogger/writer (Jim Fixx on Running)<br> Roger Wittevrongel, Flemish painter<br> David Evans, MP<br> Elias, [Etienne Michiels], Flemish painter<br> Estelle Harris, actress (Estelle Castanza-Seinfeld)<br> John D'Arcy, cricketer (NZ Test batsman on 1958 England tour)<br> Joseph Willaert, Flemish painter<br> Roy Orbison, Vernon Tx, rocker (Pretty Woman)<br> Barry Shepherd, cricketer (Australian lefty bat early 60's)<br> Don Massengale, Jackson TX, PGA golfer (1966 Bing Crosby Celebrity)<br> Victoria Glendinning, author (Edith Sitwell A Unicorn Among Lions)<br> Leonard Ernest John Chant, social worker<br> Russell Hillhouse, under-sect Scottish Office<br> Steven D Symms, (Sen-R-ID, 1981- )<br> David Birney, Wash DC, actor (Brigette Loves Bernie, St Elsewhere)<br> Ray Peterson, Denton Tx, singer (Tell Laura I Love Her)<br> William Hagerty, editor (People)<br> Lee Majors<br> Lee Majors<br> Lee Majors<br> Lee Majors<br> Lee Majors<br> Lee Majors, [Harvey Yeary], Mich, TV actor ($6,000,000 Man, Stunt Man)<br> Richard Monaco, US, sci-fi author (Grail War, Final Quest)<br> Ed Stewart, British DJ<br> Hal Daub, (Rep-R-NB, 1981- )<br> Sandra Dee<br> Sandra Dee<br> Sandra Dee<br> Sandra Dee<br> Sandra Dee<br> Sandra Dee, [Zuck], Bayonne NJ, actress (Gidget, Imitation of Life)<br> Herve Villechaize, "Da Plane, Boss! Da Plane!"<br> Herve Villechaize, "Da Plane, Boss! Da Plane!"<br> Carmen von Thyssen, Barcelona Spain, Baroness<br> [Gerardus] Bob van Toll, actor/interpreter/director (Pastorale 1943)<br> Herve Villechaize, France, "Da Plane! Da Plane!" (Fantasy Island)<br> Hugh Davies, composer<br> Tony Esposito, Ontario, NHL goalie (Chicago Blackhawks)<br> Niklaus Schilling, Basel Germany, director (Dormire, Atem, Rheingold)<br> Bernadette Devlin McAliskey, Ireland, political activist [or 1940]<br> Saskia, [Trudy van den Berg], singer (S & Serge, Spinning Wheel)<br> Richard Day, engineer/development expert<br> Tessa Wyatt, actress (Beast in the Cellar, Wedding Night)<br> Joyce DeWitt<br> Joyce DeWitt<br> Joyce DeWitt<br> Joyce DeWitt<br> Joyce DeWitt<br> Blair Brown, Wash DC, actress (Altered States, Molly Dodd)<br> John Miles, vocal/guitar/keyboards (John Miles Band-Rebel, Zaragon)<br> Joyce DeWitt, Wheeling WV, actress (Janet Wood-Three's Company)<br> Walter Sweeney, MP<br> Loek M L H A Hermans, Dutch MP (VVD)<br> Lionel Johnston, Augusta Ga, actor (Sons & Daughters)<br> Narada, [Michael Walden], Mich, rocker (Don't Want Nobody Else)<br> Terry Moor, Hartford Conn, tennis star<br> Tony Maselli, (fictional character on "Who's the Boss")<br> Fred Upton, (Rep-R-Michigan)<br> James Russo, NYC, actor (My Own Private Idaho, China Girl)<br> Captain Sensible, rocker<br> Judy Davis, Perth Australia, actress (Husbands & Wives)<br> Mike Smith, British DJ<br> Su Ingle, British TV hostess<br> Tony Miles, chess player<br> Peter Teravainen, Plymouth MA USA, Australasia golfer<br> Jan Hooks<br> Jan Hooks<br> Jan Hooks<br> Jan Hooks<br> Jan Hooks<br> Jan Hooks, Decatur Georgia, comedienne actress (SNL, Designing Women)<br> Kathleen Lynch, Motueka NZ, cyclist (Olympics-96)<br> Max Planck, physicist (Quanta Physics)<br> Terri Luckhurst, LPGA golfer<br> Valerie Bertinelli<br> Valerie Bertinelli<br> Valerie Bertinelli<br> Valerie Bertinelli<br> Valerie Bertinelli<br> Joseph Martin Mudd, Louisville KY, PGA golfer (1988 Federal Express)<br> Steve Clark, Hillsborough England, rock guitarist (Def Leppard)<br> Valerie Bertinelli, Del, (1 Day at a Time, Sydney); Ms Eddie Van Halen<br> Benoit Doucet, Montreal Quebec, hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)<br> Dan Frischman, Whippany NJ, actor (Arvid Engen-Head of the Class)<br> Gen, [Simon Matthews], English pop drummer (Jesus Jones-Zeroes & Ones)<br> Martin Lopez-Zubero, Spanish backstroke swimmer (world record 200m)<br> Donna Weinbrecht, skier (Olympic-gold)<br> Jacques "Jacq" Koumans, soccer player (NAC)<br> Richard Greenwood, LA Calif, Canadian Tour golfer (1990 Napa Valley)<br> Wayne Drinkwalter, CFL defensive tackle (BC Lions)<br> Brent Muscat, rocker (Faster Pussycat-Wake Me When It's Over)<br> Melina Kanakaredes, Akron Ohio, actress (Eleni Andros-Guiding Light)<br> Rheal Cormier, New Brunswick, pitcher (Montreal Expos)<br> Susan Emily Savastano, E Providence RI, Miss RI-America (1991)<br> Nadeem Shahid, cricketer<br> Scott Bairstow<br> Scott Bairstow<br> Scott Bairstow<br> Scott Bairstow<br> Scott Bairstow<br> Cristiano Caratti, Italy, tennis star (1987 Orange Bowl boys doubles)<br> Frank Temming, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)<br> Chuck Adams, Pacific Palisades Calif, tennis star (1989 USTA Boys)<br> Rachel Hetherington, Port Macquarie NSW, golfer (1993 NSW Champ)<br> Derek Armstrong, Ottawa, NHL center (NY Islanders)<br> Patrick Poulin, Vanier, NHL left wing (Tampa Bay Lightning)<br> Joey Kent, wide receiver (Tennessee Oilers)<br> Sam Madison, cornerback (Miami Dolphins)<br> Bret Anderson, CFL slot back (BC Lions)<br> Tamas Buday Jr, Budapest Hungary, Canadian canoeist (Olympics-96)<br> Gabriella MAO Windsor, daughter of English prince Michael General events http://historicevents.win/ondax.php TV-Turnoff Week<br> TV-Turnoff Week<br> TV-Turnoff Week<br> Lyrid meteor shower, radiant in Hercules<br> National Secretary Day<br> TV-Turnoff Week<br> Lyrid meteor shower, radiant in Hercules<br> National Secretary Day<br> TV-Turnoff Week<br> King Brian Boru of Ireland beats Danes at Battle of Clontarf<br> Damascus surrenders to sultan Nur ad-Din van Aleppo<br> 1st English order of knighthood founded (Order of Garter)<br> Pedro Cabral lands & annexes Brazil (Terra da Vera Cruz)<br> Portuguese navigator Pedro Cabral & 6 ships return to Lisbon<br> King Maximilian I routes troops to Bavaria<br> Netherlands buys De Briel/Vlissingen/Fort Rammekens from England<br> Sweden & Protestant German monarchy form Union of Heilbronn<br> English king Charles II crowned in London<br> Connecticut chartered as an English colony<br> Richard Steele's "Tender Husband," premieres in London<br> Cornelis Steenoven elected archbishop of Utrecht<br> Opera "Il R Pastore" is produced (Salzburg)<br> President-elect George Washington moves into Franklin House, NY<br> William Hastings acquitted in England of high treason<br> Dutch emperor accepts new Constitution<br> Missolonghi captured by Turks<br> English steamship "Great Western" crossing Atlantic docks in NYC<br> Canada issues its 1st postage stamps<br> Dem convention in Charleston SC divided over slavery<br> Arkansas troops seize Ft Smith<br> Battle of San Antonio, TX<br> Battle of Cane River, LA (Red River Expedition, Monett's Ferry)<br> Queen Victoria & Napoleon III turn down plans for a channel tunnel<br> Blossom Rock in San Francisco Bay is blown up.<br> Blossom Rock in San Francisco Bay is blown up.<br> Blossom Rock in SF Bay blown up<br> 1st Dutch test drive of steam tram<br> Gilbert & Sullivan's opera "Patience" produced in London<br> John Heemskerk Azn forms Dutch govt<br> Jews are expelled from Moscow Russia<br> Premier of motion pictures (Koster & Bial's Music Hall, NYC)<br> Vitascope system of movie projection 1st demonstrated (NYC)<br> 1st know occurrence of word "hillbillie" (NY Journal)<br> NY Highlanders (Yankees) win their 1st game beating Wash Senators 7-2<br> American Academy of Arts & Letters forms<br> Denmark, Germany, Engld, France, Neth & Sweden signs North Sea accord<br> International Exhibition opens in Brussels<br> ACA becomes National Advisory Council on Aeronautics (NACA)<br> Lord Dunsany's "Night at an Inn," premieres in NYC<br> Battle of Zeebrugge ends<br> Dover Patrol overthrows Germany U-boat in East Sea<br> National Urban League forms<br> Major leagues open a reduced 140-game season<br> Turkish Grand National Assembly 1st meets, in Ankara<br> Charles Paddock runs world record 100m (10.4 secs)<br> British Empire Exhibition opens at Wembley<br> 1st London performance of operetta "Fasquita" staged<br> Pastor LH Perquin forms Union of Catholic Dutch Radio (KRO) forms<br> Shakespeare Memorial Theatre opens at Stratford-on-Avon<br> Dovo soccer team forms in Veenendaal<br> Carl Hubbell's 1st start of season is his 17th straight win<br> Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia demand self government<br> 1st performance of Bla Bartk's 2nd Concerto for violin<br> Boston Red Sox Ted Williams hits his 1st HR<br> Dance hall fires kills 198 (Natchez Miss)<br> NY Yankees dedicate a plaque to Jacob Rupert<br> Greece Army surrenders to German Nazis RAF brings Greek king George II to Egypt<br> 4-day allied bombing on Rostock begins<br> Luftwaffe bombs Exeter<br> British & US offensive directed at Tunis/Bizerta<br> Concentration camp Flossenburg liberated<br> US troops in Italy cross river Po<br> Bkln Dodger Ed Head no-hits Boston Braves, 5-0<br> KSTP TV channel 5 in St Paul-Minneapolis, MN (ABC) 1st broadcast<br> Courtesy Mail Boxes for motorists appear in San Francisco.<br> Courtesy Mail Boxes for motorists appear in San Francisco.<br> Chinese Red army conquerors Nanjing<br> Courtesy mail boxes for motorists started in SF<br> Netherlands annexes Elten & Tudderen<br> 1st major league day game completed under lights (Phils 6, Braves 5)<br> 4th NBA Championship: Min Lakers beat Syracuse Nationals, 4 games to 2<br> Nationalist China evacuates Hainan Island<br> Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat NY Rangers, 4 games to 3<br> Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Richmond Women's Golf Open<br> Bob Cain of Browns & Bob Feller of Indians each pitch a one-hitter<br> NY Giant Hoyt Wilhelm wins his 1st relief game & hits his only HR<br> Oil pipeline from Kirkuk to Banias completed<br> General Charles P Cabell, USAF, becomes deputy director of CIA<br> KTAR (now KPNX) TV channel 12 in Phoenix, AZ (NBC) begins broadcasting<br> WCOV TV channel 20 in Montgomery, AL (IND/CBS) begins broadcasting<br> Hammerin' Hank Aaron hits 1st of his 755 homers<br> "Kismet" closes at Ziegfeld Theater NYC after 583 performances<br> Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Carrollton Golf Open<br> US Supreme court ends race segregation on buses<br> Gil Hodges hits his 300th HR & Pee Wee Reese plays in 2,000th game<br> "Destry Rides Again" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 472 perfs<br> 1st heliport in Britain opens in London<br> 1st performance of Ferde Grof's "San Francisco Suite"<br> "Tenderloin" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 216 performances<br> Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open<br> First US satellite to reach moon launched from Cape Canaveral<br> First US satellite to reach moon launched from Cape Canaveral<br> 1st US satellite to reach the moon launched<br> NY Mets win their 1st game ever, after going 0-9, beat Pirates 9-1<br> Ranger 4, 1st US satellite to reach Moon launched from Cape Canaveral<br> "She Loves Me" opens at Eugene O'Neill Theater NYC for 302 perfs<br> Jerry Bock & S Harnick's musical "She Loves Me," premieres in NYC<br> James Baldwin's "Blues for Mr Charlie," premieres in NYC<br> New York State Theater opens<br> Houston Colt 45s Ken Johnson becomes 1st major league pitcher to lose a 9 inning no-hitter, Reds win 1-0<br> Launch of first Soviet communications satelite<br> Launch of first Soviet communications satelite<br> Launch of 1st Soviet communications satellite<br> Soyuz 1 launched, Vladimir Komarov becomes 1st inflight casualty<br> Soyuz 1 launched, Vladimir Komarov becomes 1st inflight casualty<br> Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Raleigh Ladies Golf Invitational<br> Soyuz 1 launched; Vladimir Komarov becomes 1st in-flight casualty<br> "I'm Solomon" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 7 performances<br> 1st decimal coins issued in Britain (5 & 10 pence)<br> United Methodist Church forms<br> ABC Masters Bowling Tournament won by Jim Chestney<br> LA Laker Jerry West scores 53 points<br> Over 1000 mi flooded in Shantung Province China<br> Sirhan Sirhan sentenced to death for killing Bobby Kennedy<br> Columbia University operations virtually end, by student strike<br> Soyuz 10 launched; cosmonauts become 1st in Salyut 1 space station<br> Apollo 16 astronauts explore the Moon's surface<br> Apollo 16 astronauts explore the Moon's surface<br> 26th Tony Awards: Sticks & Bones & 2 Gentlemen of Verona win<br> Apollo 16 astronauts explores Moon surface<br> Betty Burfeind wins LPGA Birmingham Centennital Golf Classic<br> USSR performs nuclear test at Sary Shagan USSR<br> Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land," premieres in London<br> ADO The Hague soccer team forms<br> Dr Allen Bussey completes 20,302 yo-yo loops<br> Milt workers kill 300-500 students in Addis Ababa<br> Czech chess master Vlastimil Hort plays 201 games simultaneously & only loses 10<br> Amy Alcott wins LPGA American Defender Golf Classic<br> Reds Joe Morgan ends record streak of 91 cons errorless games at 2nd<br> USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR<br> Soviet sub catches fire off Japan, 9 die<br> David Hookes scores his only Test Cricket century, 143* v Sri Lanka<br> AIDS-virus identified (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)<br> Brooklyn College soccer team wins Nepal's invitational<br> Coca-Cola announced it is changing its secret flavor formula<br> Flyers 5-Isles 3-Patrick Div Finals-Flyers hold 3-0 lead<br> New Coke debuts<br> Grand Floridian Beach Resort groundbreaking<br> Madrid-Nelli Cooman runs world record 60m indoor (7 sec)<br> 28 construction workers killed in an apt collapse in Bridgeport, Ct<br> NJ Devils farm team Maine Mariners (AHL) move to Utica (Devils) NY<br> A Greek pedals self-powered aircraft, 74 miles<br> Federal smoking ban during domestic airline flights of 2 hrs or less<br> Karolina Szabo runs female world record 25k (1:29:30)/30k (1:47;06)<br> Betsy King wins LPGA USX Golf Classic<br> Kareem Abdul-Jabbar plays his last game as a Laker<br> Nolan Ryan blows a no hitter in 9th inning<br> Students in Beijing China announce class boycotts<br> 11th Emmy Sports Award presentation<br> Bjorn Borg loses 6-2, 6-3 to Jordi Arrese after 8 year lay off<br> Gordon Greenidge scores 223 v Aus, his last Test Cricket knock at home<br> USSR grants republics right to secede under certain conditions<br> "Shirnada" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 4 performances<br> Marion Berry (former mayor of Wash DC) let out of prison<br> McDonald's opens its 1st fast-food restaurant in China<br> Eritrea votes to secede from Ethiopia<br> Mtley Cre's Mike Mars files for divorce from Emi-Canyn<br> Peter Townshend's musical "Tommy," premieres in NYC<br> Army shoots to death 23-40 fishermen in Gonaives Haiti<br> General Tire World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by Norm Duke<br> Libertarian party nominates Howard Stern for Governor of NY<br> Laura Davis wins LPGA Chick-fil-A Charity Golf Championship<br> Pres Clinton declares a national day of mourning for Okla City<br> Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Reno NV on KRZQ 96.5 FM<br> Sotherby begins 4 day auction of Jackie O stuff-take in $34.5 million<br> "Titanic," opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC<br> 32nd Academy of Country Music Awards: LeAnn Rines & Brooks & Dunn