CDAY Almanac http://historicevents.win/ondax.php Today in history, birthdays, holidays CDAY 1 Birthdays http://historicevents.win/ondax.php Rudolf Agricola, [Roelof Huysman], Dutch humanist/organist<br> Charles de Bourbon, officer/governor (Lombardy)<br> Fran‡ois de Guise, [Balafr‚], French general strategist (Calais)<br> J Henry Alting, Dutch theologist<br> Arcangelo Corelli, Fusignano Italy, violinist/comp (Concerto Grossi)<br> Georg Bronner, composer<br> Johann Melchior Conradi, composer<br> Baron Ernst Gottlieb, composer<br> Louis-Maurice de La Pierre, composer<br> Hans Georg Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff, German architect (Sanssouci)<br> Tobias Mayer, "method of lunars" for longitude determination<br> Horace B de Saussure, Swiss physicist/geologist<br> Narciso Casanovas, composer<br> Friedrich M Klinger, German playwright (Wirrwarr)<br> Jan Jachym Kopriva, composer<br> John Pinkerton, Scottish historian<br> Raphaelle Peale, US, painter (After the Rain-1823)<br> Ren‚-Th‚ophile-Hyacinthe Lannec, France, inventor (stethoscope)<br> Giovanni Pacini, composer<br> Samuel Read Anderson, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1883<br> Friedrich Wilhelm Markull, composer<br> Henri Vieuxtemps, Verviers Belgium, composer/teacher (Brussels Cons)<br> William Farrar "Baldy" Smith, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1903<br> Francisco Salvador Daniel, composer<br> Francis Jay Herron, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1902<br> Sam[uel] van Houten, Dutch (lib) minister (child labor laws)<br> A. Montgomery Ward, found mail-order a nice business.<br> A. Montgomery Ward, found mail-order a nice business.<br> A Montgomery Ward, found mail-order business (Montgomery Ward)<br> Selwyn Image, Bodiam Sussex, painter<br> Anton Urspruch, composer<br> Ludwig Bonvin, composer<br> Jaroslav Vrchlicky, [Emil Fr¡da], Czech poet (1 night on Karlstein)<br> Friedrich A Krupp, German arms manufacturer<br> Otto Liman von Sanders, German general in Turkey (WW I)<br> Samuel Sidney McClure, Irish-American newspaper editor/publisher<br> Ernest Ford, composer<br> Edward German (Jones), Whitchurch Shropshire, British composer<br> Mori Ogai [Mori Rintar“), Japanese author (Maihime/Gan)<br> Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson, NSW Australia, poet (Waltzing Matilda)<br> William Cadbury, England, chocolate manufacturer (Cadbury)<br> Louis de Raet, Belgian economist/founder (Flemish People's Party)<br> Thomas J Watson, US, representative/founder (IBM)<br> Henri Vandeputte, Belgian author/poet (L'homme Jeune)<br> Dorothy Canfield Fisher, US, novelist (Book-of-Month-Club)<br> Alvaro Obregon, general/president Mexico (1920-24)<br> Kurt Schindler, composer<br> Noah Beery, Smithville AR, actor (Story of Esther, Mark of Zorro)<br> Arthur Vanderpoorten, Flemish minister of Internal affairs (1940)<br> Leevi Antti Madetoja, composer<br> Henrietta P "Hetty" Beck, actress (Bouwmeester Award)<br> Otto Stern, German/US physicist (Stern-Gerlach-experiment, Nobel 1943)<br> Ronald Aburthnott Knox, English priest/writer (Viaduct Murder)<br> H[aroldson] L Hunt, Texas oil multi-millionaire<br> Georg Britting, writer<br> Theodor Plievier, German writer (Des Kaisers Kulis, Stalingrad)<br> Anita Stewart, NY, actress (South of Hell Mountain)<br> Edna Park Edwards, PA<br> Johan[nes A] Kaart, Dutch actor/stage manager (My Fair Lady)<br> Tom Lowry, cricketer (NZ batsman in seven Tests & their 1st Test capt)<br> Marian Anderson, Phila, operatic contralto (banned by D.A.R.)<br> Johannes Linthorst Homan, director of the queen in Groningen<br> Albert Kuyle, [Louis Kuitenbrouwer], Dutch writer (Jesus' Robe)<br> Galo Plaza Lasso, pres of Ecuador (1948-52), head of OAS (1968-75)<br> Ramon Tapales, composer<br> Alec Wilder, Rochester NY, composer (1973 ASCAP award)<br> Charles B Timmer, Dutch translator/writer (Russia Black on White)<br> Red Barber<br> Red Barber<br> Red Barber<br> Red Barber<br> Red Barber<br> Staats Cotsworth, Oak Park IL, actor (Peyton Place)<br> Walter L "Red" Barber, Miss, sports announcer (Bkln Dodgers, NY Yanks)<br> Joseph "Poeske" Scherens, Belgian cyclist (champ sprinter 1932-37)[NS]<br> Marjorie Lawrence, Australia, soprano (Venus-Tannh„user)<br> Ai Qing, poet<br> Marc Lawrence, NYC, actor (Man With Golden Gun)<br> Arthur Hunnicutt, Gravelly AR, actor (Big Sky, Apache Uprising)<br> Jos‚phine F "Fietje" van Anrooy, Dutch actress/director<br> Oskar Danon, composer<br> Rene Leibowitz, composer<br> Arthur Kennedy<br> Arthur Kennedy<br> Arthur Kennedy<br> Arthur Kennedy<br> Arthur Kennedy<br> Albert Westerlinck, [Jos‚ J M Aerts], Flemish literary<br> Arthur Kennedy, Worcester Mass, actor (Fantastic Voyage, Peyton Place)<br> [Bert de] Wayne Morris, LA Calif, WW II-pilot/actor (Paths of Glory)<br> Per-Jakez Helias, writer/teacher<br> Homer Keller, composer<br> Don Tallon, cricketer (perhaps Australia's greatest wicket-keeper)<br> Raf Vallone, Tropea Italy, actor (El Cid, 2 Women, Greek Tycoon)<br> Charles A Hayes, (Rep-D-IL, 1983- )<br> Olive Gibbs, peace campaigner<br> Jock Mahoney, Chicago, actor (Dallas, Yancy Derringer, Day of Fury)<br> Joseph R Hunt, tennis champ (US Open-1943)<br> Kathleen Freeman, Chicago Ill, actress (Beverly Hillbillies)<br> Colin Franklin, doctor<br> Paul Fetler, composer<br> Trevor Oswald Ling, religious studies professor<br> Tommy Edwards, rock vocalist (It's All in the Game)<br> Alden Winship Clausen, Hamilton Ill, banker (Pres of World Bank)<br> Margaret Truman, Mo, pres daughter/writer (Murder at FBI)/pianist<br> Hal Holbrook<br> Hal Holbrook<br> Hal Holbrook<br> Hal Holbrook<br> Hal Holbrook<br> Fritz Behrendt, German/Dutch cartoon character (The Slogan)<br> Hal Holbrook, Cleveland, actor (All the President's Men, Mark Twain)<br> Friedrich Cerha, composer<br> Lee Hoiby, Madison Wisconsin, composer (1957 Arts & Letters)<br> Chaim Potok, NYC, novelist (Promise)<br> Yasser Arafat, PLO-leader (Achille Lauro, Nobel 1994)<br> Usko Merilainen, composer<br> Buck Trent, Spartanburg SC, banjoist/singer (Hee Haw)<br> Bobby Lewis, rocker (Tossin' & Turnin')<br> Craig Thomas, (Rep-R-Wyoming)<br> Alan Bates<br> Alan Bates<br> Alan Bates<br> Alan Bates<br> Alan Bates<br> Alan Bates, Allestree Engld, actor (Zorba the Greek, Unmarried Woman)<br> Barry Humphries, Australia TV host (Dame Edna Everage)<br> Buddy Ryan, NFL coach (Phila Eagles, Phoenix Cardinals)<br> Johnny Bush, country singer<br> Jim Brown<br> Jim Brown<br> Jim Brown<br> Jim Brown<br> Jim Brown<br> Barry Jarman, cricketer (Australian wicket-keeper in 60's)<br> Jim Brown, Ga, NFL full back (Cleveland Browns)/actor (Dirty Dozen)<br> Peter Walker, cricket all-rounder (Glamorgan did little for Eng 1960)<br> Mickey McGill, US vocalist (Dells-Love is Blue)<br> Mary Frances Berry, educator/head (US Commission on Civil Rights)<br> Mary Ann Mobley, Biloxi Ms, Miss America-1959/actr (Diff'rent Strokes)<br> Dennis Gamsy, cricketer (S African bat in 2 Tests v Australia 1970)<br> Gene Pitney, Hartford Ct, vocalist/songwriter (Town Without Pity)<br> Heidi Biebi, German Fed Rep, downhill skier (Olympic-gold-1960)<br> Huey Newton, Black Panther leader<br> Bernie Grant, British politician (Labour)<br> Brenda Fricker, Dublin Ireland, actress (My Left Foot)<br> Patricia Morrow, actress (Rita-Peyton Place)<br> Willie J L Swildens-Rozendal, Dutch MP (PvdA)<br> Andr‚ Dussollier, Annecy France, actor (3 Men & a Cradle)<br> Valdemar Bandolowski, Denmark, yachting (Olympic-gold-1976, 80)<br> Zina Bethune, NYC, actress (Nurses, Who's That Knocking at My Door)<br> Ben Cramer, Dutch vocalist (Clown)<br> Dallas Adams, British actor/painter/writer (Terror From Within)<br> Dodie Stevens, actress (Mary Hartman!)<br> Fred Frith, English guitarist/violinist/bassist (Skeleton Crew)<br> Rick Medlocke, rock guitarist/vocalist (Blackfoot)<br> Guillermo Vilas, tennis player (1977 US Open)<br> Insook Bhushan, Seoul Korea, US US table tennis player (Olympic-92)<br> Janice Dickinson, Bkln NY, model (Vogue)<br> Rene Russo<br> Rene Russo<br> Rene Russo<br> Rene Russo<br> Rene Russo<br> Rene Russo, actress (Ransom)<br> Heidi Hagman, actress (Linda-Archie Bunker's Place)<br> Karen Lende O'Connor, Concord Ma, equestrian 3-day (Oly-silver-96)<br> Ambrose "Rowdy" Gaines, US, 100m swimmer (Olympic-gold-1984)<br> Daniel Ray "Danny" Ainge, basketball & football star<br> Richard Karn, Seattle WA, actor (Al-Home Improvement)<br> Rowdy Gaines, US swimmer (Olympics-3 gold-1984)<br> Michael Jordan, NBA guard/forward<br> Deb[ra] Richardson, Minneapolis MN, beach volleyballer (Olympics-96)<br> Guy McIntyre, NFL guard (Phila Eagles)<br> Michael "Air" Jordan, Bkln NY, NBA guard/forward (Chicago Bulls)<br> David McComb, Australia, vocalist/songwriter (Triffids)<br> Hennie Meijer, soccer player (Cambuur L, FC Heerenveen)<br> Lou Diamond Phillips, Philippines, actor (La Bamba, Stand & Deliver)<br> Tony Blain, cricketer (NZ Test wicket-keeper)<br> Michael Jordan<br> Michael Jordan<br> Michael Jordan<br> Michael Jordan<br> Michael Jordan<br> Dan Reed, rocker/actor (HOTS, Lake Consequence)<br> Michael Jordan, NBA guard (Chicago Bulls)<br> Mike Campbell, Seattle WA, pitcher (Chic Cubs)<br> Clayton Prince, Phila, actor (Hairspray, Reuben-Another World)<br> Jim Bowie, Japanese/US baseball infielder (Oakland Athletics)<br> Luc Robitaille, Montreal, NHL left wing (NY Rangers, Pitts Penguins)<br> Melissa Brooke-Belland, rocker (Voice of the Beehive-Let it Bee)<br> Gary Shuchuk, Edmonton, NHL center (LA Kings)<br> Michelle Forbes, Austin TX, actress (Ensign Ro-Star Trek Next Gen)<br> Bryan Cox, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins, Chicago Bears)<br> Celita Schutz, Riverdale NJ, half-middleweight judoka (Olympics-96)<br> Patrick Uterwijk, pop guitarist (Pestilence, Consuming Impulse)<br> David Klingler, NFL quarterback (Oakland Raiders, Cin Bengals)<br> Joel Steed, NFL nose tackle (Pitts Steelers)<br> Levon Kirkland, NFL linebacker (Pitts Steelers)<br> Traci Adell, New Orleans La, playmate (July, 1994)<br> Tommy Moe, Anchorage Alaska, nordic skiier (Olympic-gold/silver-1994)<br> Billie Joe Armstrong, singer/musician (Green Day)<br> Lloy Ball, Ft Wayne Ind, volleyball setter (Olympics-96)<br> Richard MacQuire, Melbourne VIC Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)<br> Stephen Robinson, Arlington Va, rower (Olympics-1996)<br> Tony Lawson, NSA Australia, diver (Olympics-96)<br> Vladimir Vujtek, NHL forward (Team Czech Oly-Gold-1998, Tampa Bay)<br> William Floyd, full back (San Francisco 49ers)<br> Chris Robinson, NBA guard (Vancouver Grizzlies)<br> Drew Barry, NBA guard (Atlanta Hawks)<br> Frank Sanders, NFL wide receiver (Arizona Cardinals)<br> Raymond Jackson, NFL defensive back (Buffalo Bills)<br> Jerry O'Connell<br> Jerry O'Connell<br> Jerry O'Connell<br> Jerry O'Connell<br> Jerry O'Connell<br> Jerry O'Connell, NYC, actor (Scream 2, Andrew-My Secret Identity)<br> Valeria Mazza, Rosario Argentina, model (Cosmo-July 1995)<br> Sung-Hee Park, Pusan Korea, tennis star (1993 Futures-Seoul)<br> Todd Harvey, Hamilton, NHL center (Dallas Stars)<br> Vaclav Prospal, NHL forward (Team Czech Oly-Gold-1998, Philadelphia)<br> Shanyn MacEachern, Brampton Ontario, gymnist (Olympics-96)<br> Donielle Thompson, Wheatridge CO, gymnast (World-bronze-95, Oly-96)<br> Lisa Skinner, Queensland Australia, gymnast (Olympics-96)<br> Joseph Gordon-Levitt, actor (Tommy Solomon-Third Rock From the Sun) General events http://historicevents.win/ondax.php Battle at Rudau: Germany beats Lithuania<br> Holy Roman Emperor agrees to pay tribute to the Sultan for peace<br> Boris Godunov chosen tsar of Russia<br> Miles Standish appointed 1st commander of Plymouth colony<br> William Prynne tried in Star Chamber for publishing "Histrio-masti<br> France & Bavaria sign military assistance treaty<br> Kings Charles II & Louis XIV sign secret treaty<br> Thomas Neale granted British patent for American postal service<br> Parliament of Paris accepts Pope Clemens XI's "Unigenitus" degree<br> 1st partition of Poland-Russia & Prussia, joined later by Austria<br> 1st volume of Gibbon's "Decline & Fall of Roman Empire" published<br> Messier catalogs M83 (spiral galaxy in Hydra)<br> Thomas Seddal harvests 8.3-kg potato from his garden Chester, England<br> House breaks electoral college tie, chooses Jefferson pres over Burr<br> 1st US city lit by gas (Baltimore)<br> Baron Karl von Drais de Sauerbrun patents "draisine" (early bicycle)<br> HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leaves Tasmania<br> Dutch ex-king Willem I marries Henriette d'Oultremont de W‚gimont<br> Toscane gets liberal Constitution<br> British recognize independence of Orange Free State (South Africa)<br> Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Un Ballo in maschera" premieres in Napoli<br> Confederate sub "HL Hunley" sinks Union ship "Housatonic"<br> -18] Battle of Charleston SC<br> Columbia SC burns down during Civil War<br> 1st ship passes through Suez Canal<br> Gyula Andressy becomes premier of Hungary<br> Mississippi readmitted to U.S. after Civil War<br> Mississippi readmitted to U.S. after Civil War<br> Esther Morris appointed 1st female judge<br> Mississippi becomes 9th state readmitted to US after Civil War<br> Sardines were first canned, in Eastport, Maine.<br> Sardines were first canned, in Eastport, Maine.<br> Sardines 1st canned (Julius Wolff-Eastport, Maine)<br> First telephone exchange in San Francisco opens with 18 phones.<br> First telephone exchange in San Francisco opens with 18 phones.<br> 1st telephone exchange in SF opens with 18 phones<br> Tsar Alexander II of Russia survives an assassination attempt<br> 1st Test Cricket match played at Sydney Cricket Ground<br> A Ashwell patents free-toilet in London<br> Bismarck gives Carl Peters' firm management of East-Africa<br> London Country Councils' Muzzling Order becomes effective<br> National Organization of Mothers forms (Parent Teacher Association)<br> Giacomo Puccini's opera "Madama Butterfly," premieres in Milan<br> Frances Willard becomes 1st women honored in National Statuary Hall<br> Theodore Roosevelt's daughter Alice marries in the White House<br> 1st hydroplane flight to & from a ship (Glenn Curtiss, San Diego)<br> 1st minimum wage law in US takes effect (Oregon)<br> NY Armory Show introduces Picasso, Matisse, Duchamp to US public<br> Edward Stone, 1st US combatant to die in WW I, is mortally wounded<br> Romberg/Hanley/Atteridge/Smith' musical premieres in NYC<br> Arthur Honegger's "Pastorale D'‚t‚," premieres<br> Ottawa Senator Cy Denneny becomes NHL's all time scorer (143 goals)<br> Johnny Weissmuller sets 100-yard freestyle record (52.4 seconds)<br> Avalanche buries 75 in Sap Gulch Bingham Utah, 40 die<br> Tennis star Suzanne Lenglen beats Helen Wills in their only match<br> French govt of Tardieu, falls<br> 1st telecast of a sporting event in Japan (baseball)<br> Hockey's Hershey Bears (now with AHL) 1st game<br> Irving Berlin's musical "Face the Music," premieres in NYC<br> 1st issue of "Newsweek" magazine published<br> Blondie Boopadoop married Dagwood Bumstead in the comic Blondie<br> Marinus van der Lubbe arrives in Glindow, at Potsdam<br> US Senate accept Blaine Act: ending prohibition<br> 1st high school auto driving course offered (State College, Penn)<br> "Phantom" cartoon strip by Lee Falk debuts<br> -58øF (-50øC), McIntosh, South Dakota (state record)<br> SN Behrmann's "End of Summer," premieres in NYC<br> 1st public experimental demonstration of Baird color TV (London)<br> Katwijk soccer team forms<br> Bradman scores 135 in a non-Shield match for SA v West Australia<br> British destroyers board German Altmark off Norway<br> Joe Louis KOs Gus Dorazio in 2 for heavyweight boxing title<br> -19] Hitler visits fieldmarshal von Mansteins hq in Zaporozje<br> Dutch churches protest at Seyss-Inquart against persecution of Jews<br> Gen-major Bradley flies to Wash DC<br> NY Yankee Joe DiMaggio, enlists into the US army<br> Battle of Eniwetok Atoll begins; US victory on Feb 22<br> US begins night bombing of Truk<br> Humanistic Covenant forms in Amsterdam<br> Dutch RC bishops publish manifest against "godless communism"<br> Voice of America begins broadcasting to USSR<br> Chaim Weitzman elected 1st president of Israel<br> Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by Andrea Kekesy/Ede Kiraly of HUN<br> Ladies Figure Skating Champions in Paris won by Alena Vrzanova of CZE<br> Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Richard Button USA<br> Richard Button retains world figure skating championship in Paris<br> 31 die in a train crash in Rockville Center NY<br> Baseball star/pilot Ted Williams uninjured as plane shot down in Korea<br> DSB soccer team forms in Eindhoven<br> Ice Dance Championship at Vienna Austria won by J Westwood/Demmy GRB<br> Ice Pairs Championship at Vienna won by Frances Dafoe & Bowden of CAN<br> KTVF TV channel 11 in Fairbanks, AK (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting<br> Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Vienna won by Tenley Albright US<br> Mike Souchak sets PGA 72-hole record of 257<br> Ice Dance Championship at Garmisch won by Pamela Weight/P Thomas GRB<br> Ice Pairs Championship at Garmisch won by Schwarz & Oppelt of AUT<br> Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Garmisch won by Carol Heiss USA<br> Men's Figure Skating Championship in Garmisch won by H A Jenkins USA<br> Fire in Warreton Mo, kills 72<br> Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA St Petersburg Golf Open<br> Suez Canal reopens<br> Comic strip "BC" 1st appears<br> WETV (now WPBA) TV channel 30 in Atlanta, GA (PBS) begins broadcasting<br> 1st weather satellite launched, Vanguard 2, 9.8 kg<br> Beach Boys introduced a new musical style with their hit "Surfin"<br> Storm in Hamburg, kills 265<br> Wilt Chamberlain of NBA Phila Warriors scores 67 points vs St Louis<br> Toru Terasawa runs world record marathon (2:15:15.8<br> 101st member elected to baseball's hall of fame (Luke Appling)<br> US House of Reps accept Law on the civil rights<br> US Supreme court rules - 1 man 1 vote (Westberry v Sanders)<br> WMEM TV channel 10 in Presque Isle, ME (PBS) begins broadcasting<br> US Ranger 8 launched, will transmit 7,137 lunar pictures<br> US-Japan baseball relations suspended over Masanori Murakami dispute<br> French satellite Diapason D-1A launch into Earth orbit<br> Beatles release "Penny Lane" & "Strawberry Fields"<br> Kosmos 140 (Soyuz Test) launches into Earth orbit<br> Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Springfield Mass, opens<br> Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash record an album (never released)<br> Golda Meir sworn in as Israel's 1st female prime minister<br> Jeffrey McDonald slices up his wife & daughter<br> Joni Mitchell's final concert (Royal Albert Hall)<br> Robert Marasco's "Child's Play," premieres in NYC<br> England regains cricket Ashes with a 2-0 series win<br> British Parliament votes to join European Common Market<br> President Nixon leaves Washington DC for China<br> Rodney Redmond scores 107 on debut v Pakistan, his only Test Cricket<br> 49 die in stampede for seats at soccer match, Cairo, Egypt<br> Carol Mann wins LPGA Naples Lely Golf Classic<br> "Rockabye Hamlet" opens at Minskoff Theater NYC for 7 performances<br> Macau adopts constitution (Organic Law of Macau)<br> NZ scores their 1st innings win in Test Cricket, v India<br> Richard Hadlee takes 7-23 v India, his 1st match-winning spell<br> China invades Vietnam<br> Eric Heiden equals skating world record 1000m (1:14.99)<br> Buddy Baker wins Daytona 500 (177.6 MPH/285.8 kph)<br> Dot Germain wins LPGA S&H Golf Classic<br> Chrysler Corp reports largest corporate losses in US history<br> Commencement of Sri Lanka's 1st Test Cricket match, v England<br> Bob Bourne fails on 8th Islander penalty shot<br> Netherlands adopts constitution<br> US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site<br> 1st class postage rises from 20› to 22›<br> 1st day/night game at the MCG, Australia v England<br> 3rd person to receive an artificial heart (Murray Haydon)<br> Hein Vergeer becomes world champion skater<br> Laffit Pincay Jr is third to ride 6,000th winners at Santa Anita<br> 1st Francophone Summit convenes at Versailles<br> Howard Stern radio show returns to NYC morning radio (WXRK 92.3 FM)<br> Johnson & Johnson announces it no longer sell capsule drugs<br> Libyan bombers attack N'djamena Airport in Chad<br> Don Mattingly wins highest salary arbitration ($1,975,000 per year)<br> Michelle Renee Royer, 21, (Texas), crowned 36th Miss USA<br> Lebanese terrorists kidnap UN truce observer Lt Col William Higgins<br> US Lt Col Wm Higgins kidnapped by Lebanese terrorists & later killed<br> 6-week study of Arctic atmosphere shows no ozone "hole"<br> Former baseball player/manager Leo Durocher injured in a car crash<br> Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia & Libya form common market<br> Orel Hershiser, Dodger pitcher signs record $7.9M-3 year contract<br> USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR<br> Whitesnake's rocker David Coverdale weds actress Tawny Kitaen<br> US male Figure Skating championship won by Todd Eldredge<br> Haitian ferry boat capsize in storm, 800-2,000 die<br> Mark Foster swims world record 50m free style (21.60 sec)<br> 11th Soap Opera Digest Awards<br> Colin Fergusson found guilty of killing 6 people on the LIRR in NY<br> Tiger mgr Sparky Anderson takes unpaid leave due to baseball strike<br> Federal judge allows lawsuit claiming US tobacco makers knew nicotine was addictive & manipulated its levels to keep customers hooked<br> 1st full ODI for the Netherlands, v NZ, cricket World Cup Nolan Clarke makes ODI debut for Netherlands at age 47<br> Carl Sagan Public Memorial at Pasadena Calif<br> Weekly Standard shows evidence Larry Flint sex abused his daughter<br> Diane Zamora, 20, Naval Academy cadet convicted of capital murder<br> Larry Wayne Harris & Bill Levitt arrested for possession of anthrax<br> Microsoft Corp. releases Windows 2000.<br> Microsoft Corp. releases Windows 2000.<br> Microsoft Corp. releases Windows 2000.<br> Microsoft Corp. releases Windows 2000.<br> Microsoft Corp. releases Windows 2000.