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Friday, October 12, 2018.



Birthdays


1350 Dimitri "Donskoi" Ivanovitch, great monarch of Vladimir-Soezdal
1490 Bernardo Pisano, composer
1537 Edward VI, Tudor, King of England (1547-53)
1606 Christoph B von Galen, prince-bishop of Mnster (1650-78)
1686 Silvius Leopold Weiss, composer
1713 Johann Ludwig Krebs, composer
1742 Johan Peter Melchior, German sculptor
1759 Frantisek Vaclav Tomes, composer
1762 John W Janssens, gov-gen of Cape colony/Dutch-Indies 1811
1763 John Ross, composer
1798 A J Pedro I van Alcantara, Kaiser of Brazil (1822-31)/king of Portugal
1798 Charles Albert, King of Sardinia (1831-49)
1807 John Tideman, Dutch Remonstrant theologist
1808 John Liptrot Hatton, composer
1813 Lyman Trumbull, MC (Union) died in 1896
1815 William Joseph Hardee, Lt Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1873
1822 Joseph Haydn Potter, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1892
1832 Walter T Watts-Dunton, England, lawyer/poet/writer (Aylwin)
1840 Helena Modjeska, Poland, Shakespearian actress (Juliet)/anti-Russian
1844 George W Cable, American writer (Northampton Years)
1845 Amintore Galli, composer
1855 Arthur Nikisch, Szent-MiklĒs Hungary, conductor (Berlin Philharmonic)
1855 August Sauer, Austria literature historian (Euphorion)
1855 Jacobus of Looy, Dutch writer/painter (Death of My Cat) [or 9/12]
1860 Elmer Sperry, inventor of the gyrocompass
1860 Elmer A Sperry, inventor (gyrocompass)
1860 Elmer Sperry, inventor of the gyrocompass
1866 Antonie Waldrop, painter/lithographer
1866 James Ramsay MacDonald, (L) British PM (1924, 1929-35)
1872 Ralph Vaughan Williams, British composer
1872 Ralph Vaughan Williams, Down Amp England, composer (Hugh the Drover)
1872 Ralph Vaughan Williams, British composer
1875 Aleister [Edward S] Crowley, (75 pseudonames), British occultist
1878 Karl Buresch, Austria politician
1880 Healey Willan, composer
1881 Carlos Lopez Buchardo, composer
1881 William Nigh, Berlin Wisconsin, director (Ape, Doomed to Die, Mr Wong)
1882 Hermann Wolfgang Sartorius Waltershausen, German musicologist/composer
1884 Godfrey Tearle, English/US actor (39 Steps)
1886 Karl Dane, Copenhagen Denmark, actor (Son of the Sheik)
1890 Luis de Freitas Branco, composer
1891 Edith Stein, German philosopher
1893 Pall Isolfsson, composer
1894 Charles Hodge, Calif, NYU professor (Answers for Americans)
1894 Elisabeth A de Vreugd, chambermaid of Dutch queen
1896 Eugenio Montale, Italy, poet/translator (Xenia-Nobel 1975)
1902 Dirk A M Binnendijk, critic (Authoritarian Regimes in Transistion)
1903 Grayson Kirk, Jeffersonville Ohio, educator
1905 Rick Ferrell, baseball Hall of Fame catcher
1906 Edmund Charles Wolf Myers, soldier/engineer
1906 Joe Cronin, baseball (Pirates, Red Sox, Senators, MVP 1930, AL Pres)
1906 Willy Hess, composer
1907 Wolfgang Fortner, composer
1908 E. Vidal Abascal --1994
1908 E. Vidal Abascal --1994
1908 E. Vidal Abascal --1994
1908 E. Vidal Abascal --1994
1908 Ann Lane Petry, US journalist/author (Street)
1908 E. Vidal Abascal --1994
1909 Josephine Hutchinson, Seattle WA, actress (Story of Louis Pasteur)
1909 Zellig S Harris, US linguist
1911 Louis M de Guiringaud, French foreign minister (1976-78)
1911 Vijay Merchant, cricketer (all-time great Indian batsman)
1913 William James Moyce, armaments scientist
1917 Hans Bentz van den Berg, Dutch actor (Last Train)
1918 Emil Cossetto, composer
1919 Andre Casanova, composer
1920 Alice Childress, US playwright/actress (Wedding Band)
1921 Jaroslav Drobny, Czech, hockey (Oly-gold-1948), tennis (Wimb-1954)
1923 Jean Nidetch, Brooklyn, nutritionist founder (Weight Watchers)
1925 Bill Parkhouse, cricketer (England batsman in 7 Tests 1950-59)
1925 Fons Jansen, news reader/Dutch cabaretier (court jester of beliefs)
1925 Guitar Gabriel Robert Lewis Jones, singer/guitarist
1925 William Steinkraus, equestrian (Oly-gold/2 sil/br-52/56/60/64/68/72)
1926 Hans Liebold, Germany, auto racer (Nardo, Italy)
1927 Antonia Rey, Havana Cuba, actress (True Colors, Wise Guys)
1928 Al Held, US, painter/sculptor (hard edge-style)
1929 Robert Coles, Milton Mass, author (Anna Freud, Pulitzer 1973)
1930 Jack S Gottlieb, composer
1931 Raoul Pleskow, composer
1932 Dick Gregory
1932 Dick Gregory
1932 Dick Gregory
1932 Dick Gregory
1932 Dick Gregory
1932 Dick Gregory, comedian/political activist/dietician (Bahamian Diet)
1932 Dusan Makavejev, Belgrade Yugoslavia, director (Man is Not a Bird)
1932 Jake Edwin Garn, (Sen-R-Utah, 1974- )/astronaut (STS 51D)
1932 Mayer Joel Mandelbaum, composer
1932 Ned Jarrett, auto racer/announcer (50 Grand National victories)
1933 Broos van Erp, Dutch MP (VVD)
1935 Luciano Pavarotti, silver voice
1935 Luciano Pavarotti, Modena Italy, operatic tenor (Oh Giorgio, 3 Tenors)
1935 Sam Moore, Miami Fl, rock vocalist (Sam & Dave-Soul Sister)
1935 Luciano Pavarotti, silver voice
1936 Tony Kubek, shortstop (NY Yankees)/sportscaster (NBC-TV, MSG)
1941 Craig A Washington, (Rep-D-Texas)
1942 Daliah Lavi, Shavel Zion Israel, actress (Casino Royalle, Lord Jim)
1942 Melvin Franklin, Montgomery Alabama, rocker (Temptations)
1946 Ashok Mankad, cricketer (son of Vinoo, batted for India 1969-78)
1947 Chris Wallace
1947 Chris Wallace
1947 Chris Wallace
1947 Chris Wallace
1947 Chris Wallace
1947 Chris Wallace, Chic Ill, newscaster (NBC Weekend News)
1948 Rick Parfitt, Surrey Engld, pop guitarist/singer (Status Quo-Wanderer)
1950 Susan Anton
1950 Susan Anton
1950 Susan Anton
1950 Susan Anton
1950 Susan Anton
1950 Susan Anton, Oak Glen Calif, actress (Golden Girl, Spring Fever)
1951 Bernie Ruoff, West Germany, CFL kicker (Winnipeg, Hamilton)
1951 Ed Royce, (Rep-R-California)
1951 Sally Little, Cape Town South Africa, LPGA golfer (1982 Dinah Shore)
1954 Tom Blomberg, Dutch radio host/producer (Evening Rush Hour)
1955 Pat Dinizio, rock vocalist (Smithereens)
1958 Jeff Keith, rock vocalist (Tesla-Psychotic Supper)
1959 Abigail Kingsley Alling, NYC, executive (Biosphere 2)
1960 Lionel Washington, cornerback (Oakland Raiders)
1960 Stephen Brent Lowery, Birmingham AL, PGA golfer (1994 Sprint)
1962 Dhammika Ranatunga, cricketer (bro of Arjuna Sri Lankan batsman 1990)
1962 Sid Fernandez, Honolulu Hawaii, pitcher (NY Mets, Phila Phillies)
1963 Michael Zordich, NFL strong safety (Phila Eagles)
1963 Randy Wood, Princeton, NHL left wing (Dallas Stars)
1964 Darrick Heath, Hempstead NY, team handball left back (Olympics-1996)
1964 Fanie De Villers, cricketer (great South African pace bowler 1993- )
1964 Jo Ann Willette, actress (Constance-Just 10 of Us, Real Genius)
1965 Chris Chandler, NFL quarterback (Houston Oilers, Atlanta Falcons)
1965 J Daigneault, Montreal, NHL defenseman (Pitts Penguins)
1965 Larry Silveira, Walnut Creek CA, Nike golfer (NIKE Knoxville Open-2nd)
1965 Todd Krygier, Chicago Heights, NHL left wing (Anaheim, Washington)
1966 Mel Rojas, Haina Dom Rep, pitcher (Montreal Expos)
1966 Wim Jonk, Dutch soccer star (Ajax)
1967 Becky Iverson, Escanaba MI, LPGA golfer (1995 Friendly's Classic)
1968 Adam Rich, NYC, actor (Nicholas-8 is Enough, Code Red, Gun Shy)
1968 Charles Anthony, CFL defensive back (Toronto Argonauts)
1968 Leon Lett, NFL defensive tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
1968 Mike Trombley, Springfield MA, pitcher (Minn Twins)
1969 Alison Peek, Australia, field hockey halfback/midfielder (Olympics-96)
1969 Dave Chaytors, CFL defensive tackle (BC Lions)
1969 David Collins, Bethpage NY, rower (Olympics-bronze-1996)
1969 Jose Valentin, Manati Puerto Rico, infielder (Milwaukee Brewers)
1969 Kimberly Ann Grimm, Mt Lake Park Md, Miss Maryland-America (1991)
1969 Nancy Ann Kerrigan, Woburn Mass, figure skater (Olympics-silver-1994)
1969 Terry Ray, NFL strong safety (NE Patriots)
1970 Kirk Cameron
1970 Kirk Cameron
1970 Kirk Cameron
1970 Kirk Cameron
1970 Kirk Cameron
1970 Amy Beth Keller, Great Bend Kansas, Miss America (Kansas-Top 10-1996)
1970 Charlie Ward, NBA guard (NY Knicks)/Heisman Trophy winner (1993)
1970 Herman Arvie, NFL tackle (Cleve Browns)
1970 Karen Courtland, Orange NJ, pairs skaters (Olympics-1994)
1970 Kimberly Hoskins, Yuma Arizona, Miss Arizona-America (1991)
1970 Kirk Cameron, Panorama City Calif, actor (Mike-Growing Pains)
1971 Bronzel Miller, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)
1971 Pavol Rybar, hockey goaltender (Team Slovakia 1998)
1972 Jeroen Egge, WLAF offensive linesman (Amsterdam Admirals)
1972 Neriah Davis, Los Angeles CA, playmate (Mar, 1994)
1972 Singor Mobley, safety (Dallas Cowboys)
1972 Tom van Mol, soccer player (PSV)
1974 Karmyn Tyler, Shreveport Louisiana, Miss America-Louisiana (1996)
1974 Miroslav Satan, Topolcany CZE, NHL forward (Team Slovakia, Edmonton)
1974 Rachyl Hoskins, Miss USA-Kentucky (1997)
1975 Scott Von Der Ahe, linebacker (Indianapolis Colts)
1977 Carmen Carrillo Vilanova, Miss El Salvador Universe (1997)

Events


638 Honorius I ends his reign as Catholic Pope; Pope Severinus elected
642 John IV ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1165 Rambam reaches Jerusalem
1285 180 Jews refuse baptism in Munich Germany, they are set on fire
1366 King Frederick III of Siciliy forbids decorations on synagogues
1459 Battle at Ludfor: Richard of York defeated
1492 Columbus arrives in the Bahamas; the real Columbus Day.
1492 Columbus arrives in the Bahamas; the real Columbus Day.
1492 Columbus arrives in Bahamas [real Columbus Day]
1492 Flemish rebel leader Philip van Kleef surrenders
1504 Queen Isabella I of Spain signs her testament
1509 Emperor Maximilian leaves Italy
1518 Pontifical ambassador interrogates Martin Luther
1549 John Dudley earl of Warwick becomes English premier
1576 Rudolf II succeeds Maximilian II as arch duke of Austria
1609 Children's rhyme "Three Blind Mice," published in London
1654 Kruittoren van Delft, explodes, 50-100 killed
1659 English Rump-government fires John Lambert & other generals
1692 Massachusetts Bay discontinues witch trials
1702 Battle of Bay of Vigo: Dutch & English fleet destroy & occupy Spanish silver fleet & French squadron
1711 Karel VI Habsburg crowned Roman Catholic emperor
1729 Willem KH Friso installed as viceroy of Gelderland
1730 Christian VI succeeds Frederik IV as king of Denmark
1775 US Navy forms
1776 British Brigade begins guarding Throgg Necks Road in Bronx
1792 Columbus Day is 1st celebrated
1798 Flemish uprising against French occupied Boerenkrijg
1798 Friedrich von Schillers "Wallensteins Lager," premieres in Weimar
1815 Ex-king Joachim Murat van Naples sentenced to death
1822 2nd eruption of Galunggung (Java) destroys summit of mountain
1823 Charles Macintosh of Scotland begins selling raincoats (Macs)
1833 Charles Darwin begins return trip to Buenos Aires
1836 18" of snow falls in Bridgewater NY
1850 1st women's medical school (Women's Medical College of Penns), opens
1853 John Morrissey wins boxing title, when Yankee Sullivan leaves ring after 36th round to slug Morrissey's fans
1854 Lincoln University founded as Ashmun Institute
1860 British & French troops capture Beijing
1861 Confederate ironclad Manassas attack Union's Richmond on Mississippi
1862 JEB Stuart completes his "2nd ride around McClellan"
1862 Maj Gen Earl Van Dorn assumes command of Conf troops in Missisippi
1862 Skirmish at Monocacy, Maryland
1871 Pres Grant condemns Ku Klux Klan
1872 Montreal Foot Ball Club 1st game playing Quebec City to 0-0 tie
1879 British troops occupy Kabul Afghanistan
1881 Henry M Stanley signs contract with Congo monarch
1886 Hurricane & sea surge kills 250 at Indianola Texas
1886 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of 2nd Stain" (BG)
1891 Astronomical Society of France is inaugurated
1892 Pledge of Allegiance 1st recited in public schools
1899 South Africa Boer Republic declares war on England
1901 Theodore Roosevelt renames "Executive Mansion," "The White House"
1903 Lyric Theater opens at 213 W 42nd St NYC
1907 Cubs beat Tigers 4 games to 0 with 1 tie in 4th World Series
1913 John McGraw, after drinking, blames Wilbert Robinson's coaching mistakes for World Series lose, Robertson blames McGraw & is fired
1914 1st battle at Ypres, begins
1915 Ford Motor Company manufactures its 1 millionth Model T automobile
1915 Theodore Roosevelt criticizes US citzens who identify themselves, with dual nationalities
1916 Boston Red Sox beat Bkln Dodgers, 4 games to 1 in 13th World Series
1918 1st use of iron lung (Boston's Children Hospital)
1918 Cloquet Minn & 25 other communities destroyed by forest fire, 559 die
1918 Forest fire in Minnesota & Northern Wisconsin kills about 800
1920 Cleve Indians beat Bkln Dodgers, 5 games to 2 in 17th World Series
1920 Construction begins on Holland Tunnel connecting NJ & NYC
1920 Man O'War's last race & win
1920 Soccer team Quick '20 forms
1923 NY Giant's Casey Stengel HR beats Yanks 1-0 in World Series
1924 Sokolnicheskaya Radio begins broadcasting from Moscow
1925 Albert Michelsen runs world record marathon (2:19:01.8)
1925 German-Russian trade agreement signed
1927 Hermann Gorner of Germany raises 24 men weighing 4,123 lbs on a plank with soles of his feet
1929 Cubs blow 8-0 World Series lead, A's score 10 in 1 inning
1931 1st International Conference on Calendar Reform
1933 Alcatraz becomes a federal prison (unofficially)
1933 John Dillinger escapes from Allen County, OH, jail
1935 Cole Porters musical "Jubilee," premieres in NYC
1940 Hitler begins operation-Seel”we (invasion of England)
1941 Russian govt moves from Moscow to Volga as Nazis close in on Moscow
1942 Successful Russian counter attack through 37th Guard division
1942 US navy defeats Japanese in WW II Battle of Cape Esperance
1943 US bombs Rabaul, New Britain
1944 German army retreats from Athens
1948 Casey Stengel takes over as Yankee manager
1949 Eugenie Anderson becomes 1st woman ambassador nominated in US
1950 "Call Me Madam" opens at Imperial Theater NYC for 644 performances
1952 Hanif Mohammad scores twin 100s v N Zone (Ind) his 1st fc cricket tons
1952 KBTV (now KUSA) TV channel 9 in Denver, CO (ABC) begins broadcasting
1953 US & Greece signs peace treaty (US bases)
1955 -13] Hurricane Connie, kills 43 in NC, SC, Virginia & Maryland
1955 -13] Hurricane Hazel, kills 68 in Haiti
1956 Marga Klomp‚ becomes 1st Dutch women elected minister
1957 first commercial flight between California and Antartica.
1957 first commercial flight between California and Antartica.
1957 "Mask & Gown" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 39 performances
1957 "Simply Heavenly" closes at Playhouse Theater NYC after 62 perfs
1957 1st coml flight between Calif & Antartica
1957 Canadian Prime Minister Lester Bowles Pearson wins Nobel Peace Prize
1958 CVP wins municipal elections in Belgium
1958 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1958 WJRT TV channel 12 in Flint, MI (ABC) begins broadcasting
1960 Nikita Khrushchev pounds his shoe at UN General Assembly session.
1960 Nikita Khrushchev pounds his shoe at UN General Assembly session.
1960 JFK & Richard Nixon's 3rd presidential debate
1960 Nikita Khrushchev pounds his shoe at UN General Assembly session
1961 "Let It Ride" opens at Eugene O'Neill Theater NYC for 68 performances
1961 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1962 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1962 US/USSR sign joint space effort in telecommunications & meteorology
1963 Archaeological dig begins at Masada, Israel
1963 Archaeological dig begins at Masada, Israel
1963 "Student Gypsy" closes at 84th St Theater NYC after 16 performances
1963 Archaeological digs begin at Masada, Israel
1963 At 4 AM, traffic on Bay Bridge is 1-way on each deck
1964 USSR launches first 3-man crew into space
1964 USSR launches first 3-man crew into space
1964 1st time 3 people in space
1964 KCSM TV channel 60 in San Mateo-SF, CA (PBS) begins
1964 Launch of Voskhod 1, 1st 3 man crew (Komarov, Feokistov, Yegorov)
1964 Voskhod 1 launched: 1st flight with 3 cosmonauts
1964 WSBK TV channel 38 in Boston, MA (IND/ABC/CBS/NBC) begin
1964 WUCM TV channel 19 in University Center, MI (PBS) begins broadcasting
1966 Jimi Henrix Experience fors with Noel Redding & Mitch Mitchell
1967 St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 64th World Series as Lou Brock steals a record 7 bases in 1 World Series
1968 Equatorial Guinea gains independence from Spain.
1968 Equatorial Guinea gains independence from Spain.
1968 "Noel Coward's Sweet Potato" closes at Barrymore NYC after 17 perfs
1968 19th Olympic games open at Mexico City, Mexico
1968 Equatorial Guinea (Spanish Guinea) declares independence from Spain
1968 Norma Enriqueta Basilio Satelo is 1st woman to light Olympic flame
1969 1st time 5 people in space
1969 KDB-AM in Santa Barbara CA changes call letters to KAPN
1969 KHOF (now KAGL) TV ch 30 in San Bernardino/Glenda, CA (IND) begins
1969 Soyuz 7 is launched
1969 Yoko Ono suffers another miscarriage
1970 Rock Memorabilia Auction at Filmore East
1971 "Jesus Christ Superstar" opens at Mark Hellinger NYC for 711 perfs
1972 Mariner 9 takes pictures of the Martian north pole. No Santa.
1972 Mariner 9 takes pictures of the Martian north pole. No Santa.
1972 "Hurry, Harry" opens at Ritz Theater NYC for 2 performances
1972 46 sailors injured in race riot on aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk
1972 Billy Harris failed in 1st Islander penalty shot
1972 Mariner 9 takes pictures of Martian north pole
1973 Israeli counter offensive in southern Syria
1973 Juan PerĒn elected president of Argentina
1973 Nixon nominates Gerald Ford to replace Spiro Agnew as VP
1974 1st time Wash Caps are shutout as they are beat 6-0 by Minnesota
1975 Archbishop Oliver Plunkett became 1st Irish-born saint in 7 centuries
1975 Jacqueline Hansen runs women's world record marathon (2:38:19)
1975 NASA launches space vehicle S-195
1976 4th Space Shuttle Enterprise, approach & land test (ALT) flight
1976 Hua Guo-feng succeeds Mao Tse-tung as chairman of Communist Party
1977 "Throwaway Game" Catfish Hunter loses WS 6-1 resting Yank pitchers
1977 4th test of space shuttle Enterprise
1977 Psychic Romark attempts to drive blindfolded, smashed into cop van
1977 US Supreme Court heard arguments in "reverse discrimination" case of
1977 Allan Bakke, white student denied admission to U of Calif Med School
1978 Representatives of Israel & Egypt open talks in Washington
1978 Sid Vicious charged in murder of girlfriend Nancyh Spungen
1979 Pressure in nucleus of tropical cyclone at Guam hits record 870 hpa
1980 "Your Arm's Too Short to Box" closes at Ambassador NYC after 149 perfs
1980 7 stabbed at Blood, Sweat & Tears concert in LA
1980 Amy Alcott wins LPGA Inamori Golf Classic
1981 "Marlowe" opens at Rialto Theater NYC for 48 performances
1981 15th Country Music Assn Award:
1982 38.6 cm (15.2") of rainfall, Angoon Alaska (state record)
1982 Milwaukee Brewer Paul Molitor getrs world sereis record 5 hits
1983 5225 Loral & 5424 Covington
1984 IRA bombs hotel where Margaret Thatcher is staying, 5 die
1985 International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War get the Nobel Peace Prize.
1985 International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War get the Nobel Peace Prize.
1985 Challenger moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS 61A mission
1985 Intl Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War receives Nobel Prize
1985 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1986 Calif Angels within 1 pitch of pennant victory lose to Red Sox
1987 21st Country Music Assn Award: Hank William Jr wins
1987 George Harrison releases "Got My Mind Set On You"
1987 Minnesota Twins beat Detroit Tigers for AL pennant
1987 Oscar Arias (Costa Rican Pres) wins Nobel Peace Prize
1988 George Bush & Michael Dukakis meet in 2nd debate
1988 Israel & China sign trade deal, plan diplomatic relations
1989 Herschel Walker is traded from Cowboys to Vikings for 12 players
1989 Musical "Buddy" with Paul Hipp premieres in London
1990 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1991 Boxer Hector Comacho arrested for driving while getting oral sex
1991 Mike Lerch of Princeton ties NCAA record with 370 receiving yards
1991 Statler Brothers Show premieres on TNN
1991 Steven Spielberg weds Kate Capshaw
1991 Wrestler Rip Oliver forced to retire after being injured by Crush
1991 Doug Flutie of BC Lions sets CFL passing record of 582 yards despite losing to Edmonton 45-38 in overtime
1992 5.8 earthquake at Cairo (at least 510 die)
1992 Arecibo radio telescope begins Microwave search for occupied planets
1992 Brett "Hitman" Hart beats Ric Flair for WWF Heavyweight title
1992 Expo '92 closes in Seville Spain
1992 Howard Stern radio show premieres in Albany NY (WQBK 103.5 & 103.9 FM)
1992 Microwave Observing Project begins (seeking alien life)
1992 Wash Redskin Art Monk sets NFL record with 820th reception
1993 "Mixed Emotions" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 48 performances
1994 Contact with Venus orbitter Magellan broken
1994 Iranian Fokker's F28 explode between Isfahan & Teheran: 66 killed
1995 "Patti LuPone on Broadway" opens at Walter Kerr NYC for 46 perfs
1997 David Duval wins Michelob Championship at Kingsmill Golf Club
1997 Juli Inkster wins LPGA Samsung World Championship
1997 Transamerica Senior Golf

That's All....

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