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Sunday, January 11, 1970.



Birthdays


1403 Jan IV, Duke of Brabant/Limburg
1449 Domenico Ghirlandajo, Italy, renaissance painter
1503 Francesco Parmigianino, Italian artist (Madonna with the Long Neck)
1703 Columban Praelisauer, composer
1707 V. Riccati --1775
1707 V. Riccati --1775
1707 V. Riccati --1775
1707 V. Riccati --1775
1707 V. Riccati --1775
1720 Gijsbert John van Hardenbroeck, Utrechts regent
1727 Franz Sebastian Haindl, composer
1732 Pehr Forsk†hl, Finish botanist
1746 Frantisek Adam Mica, composer
1746 William Curtis, English botanist/publisher (Botanical Magazine)
1750 Johann Jakob Walder, composer
1755 Alexander Hamilton, the 1st Secretary of the US Treasury
1755 Alexander Hamilton, the 1st Secretary of the US Treasury
1757 Alexander Hamilton, West Indies, 1st US Sec of Treasury ($10 face)
1801 John Lodge Ellerton, composer
1807 Ezra Cornell, founded Western Union Telegraph & Cornell Univ.
1807 Alfred Eugene "Mudwall" Jackson, Brig General (Confederate Army)
1807 Ezra Cornell, founder (Western Union Telegraph, Cornell University)
1807 Ezra Cornell, founded Western Union Telegraph & Cornell Univ.
1808 Antoine GB Schayes, Belgian historian/archaeologist
1814 James Paget, English surgeon (disease of Paget)
1814 Richard Griffith, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1862
1815 John A MacDonald, (C) 1st PM of Canada (1867-73)
1816 Fitz-Henry Warren, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1878
1818 John Reese Kenly, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1891
1831 James Ronald Chalmers, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1898
1839 Eugenio Maria de Hostos, Puerto Rico, patriot/scholar
1842 William James, US, psychologist/philosopher
1849 Oskar Lassar, German dermatologist (bath house)
1850 J C Arthur, Lowville NY, botanist (studied rusts)
1850 Philipp la Renotiere von Ferrary, famous philatelist
1852 Konstantin Fehrenbach, German chancellor (1920-21)
1853 Gustav Falke, German author/poet (Der Mann im Nebel)
1856 Christian August Sinding, Kongsberg Norway, composer
1857 Fred[erick J] Archer, English jockey (won 5 Derbys)
1859 [Gerard] Jan Ligthart, Dutch educator (Nog bij mother, Ot & Sien)
1860 Marie Bashkirtseff, Russian/French painter/author (Journal)
1864 Thomas Dixon, US attorney/playwright (Flaming Sword)
1872 Paul Graener, composer
1873 Joaqu¡n Alvarez Quint‚ro, Spanish dramatist/playwright (Los Galeotes)
1875 Reinhold Gliere, composer
1878 Theodorus Pangalos, Greek general/dictator (1926)
1879 Antonio Beltramelli, writer
1880 Rudolf T Palm, Cura‡ao, pianist/composer
1885 Alice Paul, founder of National Woman's Party, ERA advocate
1885 Alice Paul, ERA advocate/founder (National Woman's Party)
1885 Alice Paul, founder of National Woman's Party, ERA advocate
1886 George Zucco, England, actor (Adv of Sherlock Holmes, Capt Fury)
1887 Aldo Leopold, founder (Wilderness Society)
1888 Chester Conklin, Oskaloosa IA, actor (Every Day's a Holiday, Greed)
1890 Monte Blue, Indianapolis IN, silent film actor (Montana, Oh Boy)
1894 Jaroslav Vogel, composer
1896 Eva Le Gallienne, London England, actress/director (Resurrection)
1896 Paddy Driscoll, NFL QB/coach (Chic Cardinals, Bears)
1898 Hans Rudolf Krik, Danish writer/critic (Fiskerne, Slaven)
1901 Andries D Copier, Dutch glass manufacturer (Gildeglass)
1902 Maurice Durufle, French organist/composer
1903 Alan Paton, South African writer (Cry, the Beloved Country)
1903 Alan Paton, South Africa, writer (Cry, the Beloved Country)
1903 Alan Paton, South African writer (Cry, the Beloved Country)
1904 Frederick Boland, Irish diplomat/president (UN General Assembly)
1905 Ellery Queen
1905 Ellery Queen
1905 Ellery Queen
1905 Ellery Queen
1905 Ellery Queen
1905 John Henry Jacques, co-operative retailer
1905 Manfred Bonnington Lee, detective writer (« of Ellery Queen)
1905 Pierre Mendes-France, French Premier (1954-55)
1906 Albert Hofmann, Swiss chemist, discoverer of LSD
1906 Albert Hofmann, Switzerland, chemist (discovered LSD)
1906 Johannes Paul Thilman, composer
1906 Robert Nesbitt, impresario
1906 Albert Hofmann, Swiss chemist, discoverer of LSD
1908 Lionel Stander, NYC, actor (Max-Hart to Hart, Unfaithfully Yours)
1909 Gunnar Johnsen Berg, composer
1909 Marguerite Kelsey, English model/painter (Haunting)
1910 Izler Solomon, St Paul, Minn, conductor
1910 Trygve Martin Bratteli, Norwegian PM (Labour) (1971-72, 1973-76)
1912 Donald Barry, Houston Tx, actor (Mr Gallo-Mr Novak)
1912 Roger Lewis, aviation exec (Lockheed, Curtiss Wright, Pan Am)
1912 Thomas "Schoolboy" Rowe, Waco Texas, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)
1914 Dorothy Jeakins, costume designer
1916 Bernard Blier, Buenos Aires Argentina, actor (Les Miserables)
1916 James H [Jimmy] Quillen, (Rep-R-TN, 1963- )
1918 Albert Weisser, composer
1919 Veda Ann Borg, Boston MA, actress (Avalanche, Accomplice)
1920 John Powell, campaigner
1922 Kathleen Byron, London England, actress (Abdication, Profile, 4 Days)
1922 Neville Duke, English test pilot
1922 Tony Charmoli, Minn, choreographer (Cher, Julie Andrew)
1924 Don Cherry, Wichita Texas, singer (Dean Martin Summer Show)
1924 Slim Harpo, musician
1926 Grant Tinker
1926 Grant Tinker
1926 Grant Tinker
1926 Grant Tinker
1926 Grant Tinker
1926 Alexander Gibson, conductor
1926 Elisabeth M J "Elly" Bakker, Dutch actress (The Miser)
1926 Grant Tinker, broadcasting executive (NBC-TV)
1926 Lev Stepanovich Demin, Russia, cosmonaut (Soyuz 15)
1926 Phil Sidey, broadcaster
1927 John Hayes, cricketer (NZ fast bowler in 15 Tests 1951-58)
1927 Wilton "Bogey" Gaynair, saxophonist
1928 David L Wolper, producer (Devil's Brigade)
1928 Mitchell Ryan, Cincinnati Oh, actor (Chase, Executive Suite)
1929 Nicoletta Orsomando
1929 Rod Taylor, Sydney Australia, actor (Bearcats, Time Machine)
1929 Wanda Wilkomirska, Warsaw, Poland, violinist
1930 Rod Taylor
1930 Rod Taylor
1930 Rod Taylor
1930 Rod Taylor
1930 Rod Taylor
1931 Ed Hall, Roxbury Mass, actor (Dr Bicker-Medical Center)
1933 Goldie Hill, Karnes County Tx, country singer (Grand Ole Opry)
1934 Jean Chr‚tien, Canada PM (Lib, 1993- )
1935 Chuck Barksdale, US singer (Dells-I Can Sing a Rainbow)
1936 Linda Lawson, Ann Arbor Mich, actress (Don't Call Me Charlie)
1936 Meindert Leerling, Dutch TV director/MP (RPF)
1938 Fischer S Black Jr, financial theorist
1938 Michael Fenn, docker/socialist
1938 Narvel Felts, country singer
1939 Anne Heggtveigt, Canada, slalom (Olympic-gold-1960)
1940 Mark DeVoto, composer
1942 Clarence Clemons, rock saxophonist (Bruce Springsteen's E St Band)
1943 William Albert Penn, composer
1944 Henry Cecil, British(?) organizer
1944 York Georg Holler, composer
1945 Christine Kaufmann, Austria, actress (Town Without Pity, Red Lips)
1946 Ludmila Poradnik, USSR, team handball (Olympic-gold-1976, 80)
1946 Naomi Judd, [Diana Ellen], Ashland Ky, singer (Judds-Why Not Me)
1946 Tony Kaye, rocker (Yes)
1947 Anna Calder-Marshall, Kensington England, actress (Zulu Dawn)
1947 Bryan Robson, English international soccer star
1948 Madeline Manning-Jackson-Mimms, US 800m runner (Oly-gold-1968)
1949 [Frederick] Dennis Greene, rocker (Sha Na Na-Shannon)
1949 Tom Netherton, Munich Germany, singer (Lawrence Welk Show)
1952 Ben Crenshaw
1952 Ben Crenshaw
1952 Ben Crenshaw
1952 Ben Crenshaw
1952 Ben Crenshaw
1952 Ben Daniel Crenshaw, Austin TX, PGA golfer (1976 Bing Crosby)
1952 Lee Ritenour, LA Calif, jazz musician
1952 Massimo Lopez, Italian comedian
1953 Anna Marchesini, Italian entertainer
1954 Saskia ten Batenburg, Dutch actress (Factory, Hunk)
1956 Kuniaki Kobayashi, wrestler (WAR/NJPW)
1957 Darryl Dawkins, NBA center (Philadelphia 76ers, NJ Nets)
1958 Lourdes Ann Kananimanu Estores, Honolulu Hawaii, playmate (Jun, 1982)
1958 Vicki Peterson, LA Calif, rock guitarist/vocalist (Bangles)
1959 Brett Bodine, auto racer
1961 Paul Skansi, NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawk)
1962 Donn Pall, Evergreen Park IL, pitcher (Phila Phillies, Fl Marlins)
1962 Julie Moran, TV hostess (Entertainment Tonight, Independence Day)
1962 Kim Coles, Bkln NY, actress (Synclaire-Living Single)
1963 Jason Connery, London England, actor (Robin Hood)
1963 Kate Gompert, Ames lA, tennis star
1963 Petra Schneider, E German swimming star (world record 400m)
1963 Tracy Caulkins, Winona Minn, swimmer (Olympic-3 gold-1984)
1965 Barbara Belding, San Diego Cal, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-17th-1994)
1965 Joely Richardson, London England, actress (Body Contact, Wetherby)
1965 Karl Van Calcar, Torrance Calif, 3k steeplechase
1965 Loredana Romito, Benevento Italy, model/actress (Fatal Temptation)
1965 Olivia Barash, Miami Fla, actress (Laura-Out of the Blue)
1965 Steve Vancil, Oregon City Ore, golfer (1989 City of Portland)
1966 Christian Pouget, hockey forward (Team France 1998)
1967 Jeff Bankett, Pittsburgh Pa, actor (Tyler-1 Life to Live)
1967 Richmond Webb, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)
1967 Ronnie Stern, St-Agathe, NHL right wing (Calgary Flames)
1968 Ben Rivera, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Phila Phillies)
1968 Sharon Brown, NYC, actress (Chantal-Generations)
1969 Darren Anderson, NFL cornerback (KC Chiefs)
1969 Dave Cruikshank, Northbrook Ill, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
1969 Frank Robinson, WLAF defensive back (Scottish Claymores)
1969 Reemt Pyka, hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)
1970 Franco Davin, Argentina, tennis star
1971 Alexander Delgado, Palmerejo Venezuela, catcher (Boston Red Sox)
1971 Karmeeleyah McGill, WLAF linebacker (Scottish Claymores)
1971 Mary J Blige, singer
1971 Noah Cantor, CFL defensive tackle (Toronto Argonauts)
1971 Stephen Smith, Indianapolis Indiana, high jumper
1972 Amber Medlin, Virginia Beach Virginia, Miss America-Virginia (1996)
1972 Dexter Seigler, NFL cornerback (Seattle Seahawks)
1972 Huub Loeffen, Dutch soccer player (Vitesse)
1972 Rey Ordonez, Havana Cuba, infielder (NY Mets)
1972 Yang Wenyi, Chinese swim star (WR/OR 50m freestyle)
1973 Dave Dickenson, CFL quarterback (Calgary Stampeders)
1973 Rahul Dravid, cricket batter (prolific Karnataka, Tests for India 96)
1974 Echo Leta Johnson, Austin TX, playmate (Jan, 1993)
1974 Goran Lozanovski, Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
1974 Rod Jones, NFL guard (Cincinnati Bengals)
1974 ? Rosenkowitz, Cape Town S Afr, 1st sextuplets to survive born to Sue
1974 Toderick Malone, WLAF wide receiver (London Monarchs)
1974 Warren Morris, Alexandria LA, baseball infielder (Olympics-bronze-96)
1975 Brad Badger, guard (Washington Redskins)
1975 Jacky Verbeek, Dutch soccer player (RKC)
1975 Rory Fitzpatrick, Rochester, NHL defenseman (Montreal Canadiens)
1988 Alexandria L'Esperance, quintuplet
1988 Danielle L'Esperance, quintuplet
1988 Erica L'Esperance, quintuplet
1988 Raymond L'Esperance, quintuplet
1988 Veronica L'Esperance, quintuplet

Events


314 St Militiades ends his reign as Catholic Pope
532 Nika-revolt against Justianus & Theodora in Hippodrome Constantinople
1158 Vladislav II of Bohemia becomes king
1558 Westmunster Church in Middelburg destroyed by heavy storm
1569 1st recorded lottery in England is drawn in St Paul's Cathedral
1571 Emperor Maximilian II grants Austrian adel freedom of religion
1599 Jacob van Necks fleet leaves Bantam Java with pepper, clove & muskaat
1642 Isaac Newton is elected a member of Royal Society
1642 Isaac Newton is elected a member of Royal Society
1642 Isaac Newton is elected a member of Royal Society
1693 Mt Etna erupts, Sicily
1709 Colley Cibber's "Rival Fools," premieres in London
1753 Ferdinand VI of Spain & Pope Benedictus XIV sign concord
1758 Russian troops occupy K”nigsberg, East-Prussia [NS=Jan 22]
1759 1st American life insurance company incorporated, Philadelphia
1765 Frisia bans Voltaires "Trait‚ sur la tol‚rance"
1774 Messier adds M51 (spiral galaxy in Canes Venatici) to his catalog
1775 Francis Salvador becomes 1st Jew elected to office in America (SC)
1785 Continental Congress convenes in NYC
1787 Titania & Oberon, moons of Uranus, discovered by William Herschel
1787 Titania & Oberon, moons of Uranus, discovered by William Herschel
1787 Titania & Oberon, moons of Uranus, discovered by William Herschel
1790 Statisten & Vonckisten unite as Belgium
1803 Monroe & Livingston sail for Paris to buy New Orleans; they buy La
1805 Michigan Territory organizes
1813 First pineapples planted in Hawaii.
1813 First pineapples planted in Hawaii.
1813 1st pineapples planted in Hawaii (or 1/21)
1839 Earthquake at Martinique destroys half of Port Royal-700 die
1861 Alabama becomes 4th state to secede
1861 Mexico City captured by Ju rez (Lib) in War of Reform
1863 Naval engagement near Galveston between CSS Alabama & USS Hatteras
1863 Union forces capture Arkansas Post, or Ft Hindman, Arkansas
1864 Charing Cross Station opens in London
1865 Battle of Beverly, WV
1866 Steamship London sinks in storm off Land's End England, kills 220
1873 1st livestock market newspaper published, Drover's Journal, Chicago
1879 Zulu war against British colonial rule in South Africa begins
1885 Henrik Ibsen's "Vildauden," premieres in Oslo
1892 Hawaiian Historical Society founded
1892 Paul Gauguin marries a 13-year-old Tahitian girl
1892 William D McCoy of Indiana appointed US minister to Liberia
1893 Jaap Eden skates world record 1500m (2:35)
1897 M H Cannon becomes 1st woman state senator in US (Utah)
1904 Herero people of South West Africa, now Namibia, begin uprising
1913 1st sedan-type car (Hudson) goes on display at 13th Auto Show (NYC)
1913 Bread & Roses Strike begins
1915 Col Jacob Ruppert & Col Tillinghast Huston purchase Yanks for $460,000
1916 French troops capture/Serbian army flees to Corfu
1917 Guy Bolton & PG Wodehouse's "Have a Heart," premieres in NYC
1919 3 year old German communist party (Spartacus) crushed
1919 Romania annexes Transylvania
1920 French passenger ship Afrique sinks near La Rochelle; 553 die
1922 Insulin 1st used to treat diabetes (Leonard Thompson, 14, of Canada)
1923 1st Dutch Dada-evening (Theo Van Doesburg & Kurt Schwitters)
1923 French & Belgian troops occupy Ruhr to collect reparations
1925 Franc B Kellogg replaces Charles Hughes on as US Sect of State
1927 Royale Theater (Golden, CBS Radio Playhouse) opens at 242 W 45th NYC
1935 1st woman to fly solo across Pacific left Honolulu, AE Putnam
1935 Amelia Earhart flies from Hawaii to California, non-stop
1935 1st woman to fly solo across Pacific left Honolulu, AE Putnam
1935 Amelia Earhart flies from Hawaii to California, non-stop
1935 Amelia Earhart flies from Honolulu to Oakland Ca (non-stop, of course)
1936 Charles Anderson enters Kentucky House of Representatives
1938 Bradman scores a second innings 113 v Qld after a ton in the 1st
1938 Frances Moulton elected 1st woman president of a US national bank
1940 Sergei Prokofiev's ballet Romeo & Juliet premieres in Leningrad
1941 Princess Irene Brigade established in Congleton
1942 -23øF (-31øC), Kingston, Rhode Island (state record)
1942 Japan conquers Kuala Lumpur, Malaya
1943 US & Britain relinquish extraterritorial rights in China
1944 Crakow-Plaszow Concentration Camp established
1946 Bert Bell becomes 2nd NFL commissioner, moves Chicago HQ to Phila
1946 Enver Hoxha declares People's Rep of Albania with himself dictator
1949 Snowfall 1st recorded in Los Angeles
1952 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Marianne Moore
1953 J Edgar Hoover declines 6 figure offer to become president of International Boxing Club
1954 2 ton locomotive swept into ravine by avalanche 10 die (Austria)
1959 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Theodore Roethke
1959 Hanif Mohammad completes 499 for Karachi, then 1st class world record
1959 Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Mayfair Golf Open
1959 NFL Pro Bowl: East beats West 28-21
1960 Chad declares independence from France
1960 Lamar Clark sets pro boxing record of 44 consecutive knockouts
1961 Racial riot at University of Georgia
1962 Volcano Huascaran in Peru, erupts; 4,000 die
1963 1st discotheque opens, Whiskey-a-go-go in LA
1963 Beatles release "Please Please Me" & "Ask Me Why"
1964 "She Loves Me" closes at Eugene O'Neill Theater NYC after 302 perfs
1964 1st govt report warning smoking may be hazardous to one's health
1964 Beatles "I Want to Hold Your Hand" is #80 in US (Cashbox)
1964 Panama ends diplomatic relations with US
1964 US Surgeon General Luther Terry reports that smoking may be hazardous
1966 "Daktari" African adventure series premieres on CBS TV
1966 550 die in landslides in mountains behind Rio de Janeiro after rain
1967 Romeinse Curie installs Council for Pontifical Study commission
1968 Explorer 36 (GEOS-B) launched into earth orbit (1080/1570 km)
1969 "Hooked on a Feeling" by BJ Thomas peaks at #5
1969 Jethro Tull's This Was Jethro Tull album debuts
1970 Superbowl IV: KC Chiefs beat Minn Vikings, 23-7 in New Orleans Superbowl MVP: Len Dawson, Kansas City, QB
1971 1st "Quickie" Divorce granted in UK
1971 Tigers ace reliever John Hiller, 27, sufferes a heart attack, but later makes a remarkable comeback to record 38 saves
1972 East-Pakistan becomes independent state of Bangladesh
1972 Abu Sayeed Chudhury becomes president & sheik Mujib ur-Rahman premier
1973 American League adopts designated hitter rule
1973 Famous victory at the SCG Pakistan chasing 158 all out 106
1973 Trial of Watergate burglars begins in Wash DC
1974 ABC airs final episode of "Love, American Style"
1975 Soyuz 17 is launched
1975 Soyuz 17 is launched
1975 Soyuz 17 carries 2 cosmonauts to space station Salyut 4
1976 "Pacific Overtures" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 193 perfs
1976 Dorothy Hamill wins her 3rd consec natl figure skating champions
1976 Military coup in Ecuador, Pres Guillermo Lara leaves
1976 Stephen Sondheim's musical "Pacific Overtures," premieres in NYC
1976 US female Figure Skating championship won by Dorothy Hamill
1976 US male Figure Skating championship won by Terry Kubicka
1977 Bollingen Prize awarded to David Ignatow
1977 Cubs trade outfielder Rick Monday to Dodgers for Bill Buckner
1977 France releases Abu Daoud, a Palestinian suspected of involvement in massacre of Israeli athletes at 1972 Munich Olympics
1978 Gov Askew dedicates RCUC solar office building
1978 Soyuz 27 links with Salyut 6 & Soyuz 26 (1st time 3 spacecraft link)
1979 "Grand Tour" opens at Palace Theater NYC for 61 performances
1980 Debut of Pretenders
1981 "Tintypes" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 93 performances
1981 Palau adopts constitution
1981 Brit team led by Ranulph Fiennes completes longest & fastest crossing of Antarctica, reaching Scott base after 75 days (2,500 miles)
1982 Atlanta Ga's temperature goes below zero F
1982 Honduras adopts constitution
1983 Billy Martin named NY Yankee manager for 3rd time
1984 Denver Nuggets 163, San Antonio Spurs 155-highest-scoring NBA game
1984 STS 41-B vehicle moves to launch pad
1984 Supreme Court reinstated $10M award to Karen Silkwood's family
1986 1st black lt gov since reconstruction sworn in (Douglas Wilder of Va)
1987 Largest crowd (76,633) at NFL NY Giant Stadium (beat Wash 17-0)
1988 Test debut of Phil Simmons, WI v India, Madras
1988 USSR announces it will participate in Seoul Summer Olympics
1989 140 nations agree to ban chemical weapons (poison gas, etc)
1989 Denver Nuggets' rookie Jerome Lane misses 7 free throws in a game against Milwaukee, one missed by 2 feet
1989 Kindergarten student caught with loaded handgun at Bronx school
1990 200,000 demand return of Lithuania's independence
1990 Actor Joseph Cotton undergoes vocal cancer operation at 84
1990 Bobby Knight becomes basketball's Big 10 winningest coach (229)
1990 Pat Lafontaine sets NY Islander record of scoring goals in 11 straight
1991 Congress empowers Bush to order attack on Iraq
1991 Ric Flair wins NWA/WCW wrestling title
1991 Soviets storm buildings in Vilnius to block Lithuania independence
1991 Ben Johnson 1st race after being stripped of his 1988 Olympic Gold medal for steroid use, he finished 2nd
1992 Algeria's Pres Chadli announces his resignation
1992 Paul Simon opens a tour in South Africa
1992 US female Figure Skating championship won by Kristi Yamaguchi
1993 Howard Stern's radio show begins transmitting to Buffalo NY (WKBW)
1993 Independent pres candidate Ross Perot publicly returns to politics
1994 Hyderabad score 6 for 944 against Andhra Pradesh in Ranji Trophy
1994 Irish govt announces end of a 20-year broadcasting ban on IRA
1995 5th TV network (WB) Warner Brothers begins (WPIX-TV in NYC)
1995 Birmingham Barracudas granted CFL franchise
1995 DC-9 crashes near Maria La Baya, Colombia: 51 die, 9 yr old girl lives
1995 NHLPA & owners agree to end NHL strike
1996 Space Shuttle STS 72 (Endeavour 10), launches into space
1997 23rd People's Choice Awards: Bill Cosby wins
1997 Martina Hingis beats Jennifer Capriati at Sydney Tennis Intl
1997 Telstar 401 Satellite Fails
1998 "Proposals," closes at Broadhurst Theater NYC after 76 performances
1998 24th Annual People's Choice Awards - Seinfeld, Tim Allen win
1998 AFC Championship: Denver Broncos beat Pitt Steelers 24-21
1998 NFC Championship: Green Bay Packers beat SF 49'ers 23-10
1998 US female Figure Skating championship won by Michelle Kwan
1998 US male Figure Skating championship won by
2001 AOL and Time Warner complete merger.
2001 AOL and Time Warner complete merger.
2001 AOL and Time Warner complete merger.
2001 AOL and Time Warner complete merger.
2001 AOL and Time Warner complete merger.

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