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Saturday, October 13, 2018.



Birthdays


1474 Mariotto di Bigio di Bindo Albertinelli, Italian painter
1537 Jane Grey, Queen of England for 9 days
1563 Francesco Caracciolo, Italian religious founder/saint (Caracciolini)
1652 Johann Heinrich Kittel, composer
1759 Ecco Epkema, Dutch linguist (Frisian, old-Frisian)
1761 Dirk van Hogendorp, Dutch earl/general/minister of War [NS]
1769 Horace H. Hayden, cofounder of 1st dental college
1769 Horace H Hayden, cofounded 1st dental college
1769 Horace H. Hayden, cofounder of 1st dental college
1783 Frantiszek Soltyk, composer
1792 Moritz Hauptmann, composer
1794 Anselm Huttenbrenner, composer
1797 William Motherwell, Scottish civil servant/poet
1808 Henry Haywood Bell, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1868
1810 James Shedden Palmer, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1867
1815 Jules Quicherat, French historian/archaeologist
1821 Rudolf Virchow, German politician/antropologist (cell pathology)
1822 Karl Reinthaler, composer
1823 Immanuel Faisst, composer
1824 Henry Stephen Cutler, composer
1826 Lafayette Curry Baker, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1868
1853 Lillie Langtry, [Jersey Lily], vaudevillian actress (Lillie)
1853 Maria E "Beppie" Bakker, Dutch actress/wife of Piet Vink Sr
1863 C-E Auguste Rateau, French mining engineer (Rateau steam turbine)
1867 Pierre Bonnard, French painter/illustrator
1877 Bernard Bosanquet, cricketer (pioneer of googly)
1879 Peter Van Anrooy, Dutch conductor/composer (Piet Hein Rhapsodie)
1881 George Bacovia, [Vasiliu], Romanian poet/composer/painter
1885 Harry Hershfield, Cedar Rapids Iowa, cartoonist (Can You Top This?)
1889 Douglass Dumbrille, Hamilton Ont, actor (Mr Deed Goes to Town)
1890 G. Feigl --1945
1890 G. Feigl --1945
1890 G. Feigl --1945
1890 G. Feigl --1945
1890 Conrad Richter, writer (Light in the Forest)
1890 Gosta Nystroem, composer
1890 G. Feigl --1945
1891 Irene Rich, [Luther], Buffalo NY, actress (Beau Brummell, Champ)
1891 Ludwig Weber, composer
1895 Kurt Schumacher, German politicial chairman (SPD) [NS]
1895 Vera [A Veronica] Bondam, actress
1899 Marcelle de Manziarly, composer
1900 Marius-Fran‡ois Gaillard, composer
1901 Benjamin Merkelbach, architect/city builder of Amsterdam
1901 Edward Chapman, Harrogate England, actor (Promoter, Rembrandt)
1901 Irja A Browallius, Swedish author (Syndon p† Skruke)
1902 Arna Bontemps, Louisiana, black author (100 years of negro freedom)
1902 Franco Giorgetti, Italy, cyclist (Olympic-gold-1920)
1903 Jens Bjerre, composer
1903 Patsy Moran, PA, actress (Children of the Wild)
1904 Jutta Hecker, writer
1904 Wilfred Pickles, Halifax England, actor (Billy Liar, Gay Dog)
1907 Yves All‚gret, French director (D‚d‚e d'Anvers, Lesson Orgueilleux)
1908 John Grant, British rear-admiral
1908 Werner Reinowski, writer
1909 Herblock, [Herbert L Block], Roosevelt, Utah, political cartoonist
1910 Art[hur] Tatum, US jazz pianist/composer
1910 Otto Joachim, composer
1911 Ticker Freeman, Paterson NJ, pianist (Dinah Shore Show)
1912 Hugo David Weisgall, Ivancice Moravia, composer (4 Impressions)
1913 Frances Tustin, child psychologist
1915 Cornel Wilde
1915 Cornel Wilde
1915 Cornel Wilde
1915 Cornel Wilde
1915 Cornel Wilde
1915 Cornel Wilde, NYC, actor (High Sierra, 5th Musketeer)
1916 David Hollestelle, Dutch baritone (Great-Broadcast chorus)
1917 Burr Tillstrom, Chic Ill, puppeteer (Kukla, Fran & Ollie)
1917 Laraine Day, Roosevelt Utah, actress (Dr Kildaire, I've Got a Secret)
1918 Jack MacGowran, Dublin Ireland, actor (King Lear, Exorcist)
1918 Robert Walker, Salt Lake City Utah, actor/writer (Bataan, Mme Curie)
1920 Albert Hague, Berlin Germany, actor (Mr Shorofsky-Fame)
1920 Nipsey Russell, Atlanta Ga, comedian (Car 54, Barefoot in the Park)
1921 Yves Montand
1921 Yves Montand
1921 Yves Montand
1921 Yves Montand
1921 Yves Montand
1921 Harper MacKay, Boston Mass, orch leader (NBC Follies)
1921 Yves Montand, France, actor/singer (Z, Napoleon, Grand Prix)
1922 Alan Scott, Haddonfield NJ, TV host/songwriter (Spin the Picture)
1922 Gilberto Mendes, composer
1923 Servaas "Faas" Wilkes, Dutch soccer star (Xerxes/Fortuna/Inter Milan)
1924 Nipsey Russell
1924 Nipsey Russell
1924 Nipsey Russell
1924 Nipsey Russell
1924 Nipsey Russell
1924 Nipsey Russell, comedian (Car 54 Where Are You?, Barefoot in the Park)
1924 Terry Gibbs, Bkln NY, orch leader (Steve Allen Comedy Hour)
1925 Lenny Bruce
1925 Lenny Bruce
1925 Lenny Bruce
1925 Lenny Bruce
1925 Margaret Thatcher, Iron Lady, British Prime Minister (1979-1990)
1925 Lenny Bruce
1925 Frank D Gilroy, American writer (Subject Was Roses)
1925 Lenny Bruce, [Leonard Schneider], comedian, arrested on obsenity
1925 Margaret Thatcher, Grantham England, (Tory) British PM (1979-90)
1925 Margaret Thatcher, Iron Lady, British Prime Minister (1979-1990)
1926 Ray Brown, US, bandleader
1927 Anita Kerr, Memphis TN, singer (Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour)
1930 Peter J Clase, S African minister of Education/Culture (1985- )
1931 Ed Matthews, Hall of Famer/Milwaukee Brave/HR hitter (512)
1931 Janice Elliott, novelist
1933 Adam Kaczynski, composer
1934 Nana Mouskouri, Crete Greece, singer (Try to Remember) [or 10/10/36]
1935 Philippine J Aeckerlin, Dutch actress (Oh Venus, Daddy Longlegs)
1936 Cliff Gorman, Jamacia NY, actor (Boys in the Band, Angel)
1936 Elizabeth Furse, (Rep-D-Oregon)
1936 John Menzies, Scottish publisher/banker/multi-millionaire
1938 Jim McMullan, Long Beach NY, actor (Dr McDaniel-Ben Casey)
1938 Mahboob Shah, cricketer (Pakistani Test umpire on intl panel)
1939 Melinda Dillon, Hope Ark, actress (Close Encounters, Slap Shot)
1940 Chris Farlowe, rocker
1941 Paul Simon
1941 Paul Simon
1941 Paul Simon
1941 Paul Simon
1941 Paul Simon
1941 John Snow, cricketer (fiery England quickie Unpopular with Aussies)
1942 Art Garfunkel, singer, built bridge over troubled waters
1942 Jerry Jones, owner/GM (Dallas Cowboys)
1942 Pamela Tiffin, [Pamela Wonso], Oklahoma City OK, actress (Viva Max!)
1942 Paul Simon, Newark NJ, singer/actor (Kodachrome, 1 Trick Pony)
1942 Art Garfunkel, singer, built bridge over troubled waters
1944 Buddy Allin, Bremerton WA, PGA golfer (1980 NZ Open)
1944 Robert Lamm, NYC, rocker (Chicago-If You Leave Me Now)
1945 Karen Akers, NYC, singer (On Stage at Wolf Trap)
1946 Bram Vermeulen, Dutch singer (Neerlands Hoop)
1946 Demond Wilson, Valdosta GA, actor (Sanford & Son, Baby I'm Back)
1947 Sammy Hagar
1947 Sammy Hagar
1947 Sammy Hagar
1947 Sammy Hagar
1947 Sammy Hagar
1947 Sammy Hagar, Monterey CA, rock vocalist (Van Halen-Jump)
1948 Lacy J Dalton, Bloomsburg Pa, country singer (Crazy Blue Eyes)
1948 Leona Mitchell, Enid Okla, soprano (Musetta-La Boh‚me)
1949 Craig McGregor, rocker (Foghat)
1950 Annegret Richter-Irrang, German FR, sprinter (Olympic-gold-1972)
1950 Ellen Brusse, [Elizabeth Wenmakers], Dutch TV hostess
1951 John Ford Coley, rocker (England Dan & John Ford Coley)
1951 Olympia-Ann Sylvers, rocker
1952 Beverly Johnson, model/actress (Ashanti Land of No Mercy)
1952 Michael "Rich"ard Clifford, Cal, Army/Astronaut (STS 53, 59, 76)
1953 Bill Schuette, (Rep-R-MI, 1985- )
1956 Anura Ranasinghe, cricketer (Sri Lankan batsman in 3 Tests 1982)
1958 Barb Bunkowsky-Scherbak, Toronto ON, LPGA golfer (1984 Chrysler)
1958 Dwayne Evans, Phoenix Az, 200m runner (Olympic-bronze-1976)
1958 Joseph Richard Sylvers, rocker
1958 Maria Cantwell, (Rep-D-Washington)
1959 Marie Osmond
1959 Marie Osmond
1959 Marie Osmond
1959 Marie Osmond
1959 Marie Osmond
1959 Marie Osmond, Ogden Ut, singer/actress (Paper Roses, Goin' Coconuts)
1960 Greg Derr, Marshfield Mass, free pistol (Olympics-1996)
1960 Joey Belladonna, Oswego NY, heavy metal vocalist (Anthrax-Protest)
1961 Derek Harper, NBA guard (NY Knicks, Orlando Magic)
1962 Jerry Rice
1962 Jerry Rice
1962 Jerry Rice
1962 Jerry Rice
1962 Jerry Rice
1962 Jerry Rice, NFL wide receiver (SF 49ers)
1962 Kelly Preston, Honolulu HI, actress (Mischief, Twins, A Tigers Tale)
1964 Chris Gwynn, LA CA, outfielder (San Diego Padres)
1965 Cherelle, rocker (Affair-First Bite)
1965 Linda Brenneman, Wheat Ridge Colo, cyclist (Olympics-11th-96)
1965 Rob Schneider, actor (Saturday Night Live, Men Behaving Badly)
1967 Derrick Moore, NFL running back (Az Cardinals, Carolina Panthers)
1967 Javier Sotomayor, Cuban jumper (world record 1989)
1967 Trevor Hoffman, Anaheim CA, pitcher (San Diego Padres)
1968 David Alcoriza, Lodi Calif, double trap (Olympics-1996)
1968 Julio Valera, San Sebastian Puerto Rico, pitcher (KC Royals)
1968 Tisha Campbell, Newark NJ, actress (Gina-Martin, House Party)
1969 Nancy Kerrigan
1969 Nancy Kerrigan
1969 Nancy Kerrigan
1969 Nancy Kerrigan
1969 Nancy Kerrigan
1969 Cady McClain, Burbank Calif, actress (Dixie Martin-All My Children)
1969 Rhonda Mapp, WNBA center/forward (Charlotte Sting)
1969 Tim Crabtree, Jackson MI, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)
1970 Ann Grossman, Grove City Ohio, tennis star (1994 LA finalist)
1970 Eric Gant, WLAF running back (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1970 Steve Matthews, NFL/WLAF quarterback (KC Chiefs, Scottish Claymores)
1971 Hitesh Modi, cricketer (Kenyan left-handed batsman 1996 World Cup)
1971 Irv Smith, NFL tight end (NO Saints)
1971 Jay Williams, defensive end (St Louis Rams)
1971 Sean O'Donnell, Ottawa, NHL defenseman (LA Kings)
1972 Jaime Bernardo, prince of Netherlands
1972 Jean Foster, Columbus GA, 3x20 rifle (Olympics-1996)
1972 Margarita Maria Beatriz, princess of Netherlands
1972 Summer Sanders, Calif, butterfly swimmer (Olympics-gold-1992, 96)
1973 Brian Dawkins, safety (Philadelphia Eagles)
1974 Anthony Carbone, Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
1975 Arafath Hill, soccer player (FC Groningen)
1975 Leo Koswal, soccer player (Dordrecht '90)
1976 Edward Ellis, tackle (New England Patriots)
1978 Jermaine O'Neal, NBA forward (Portland Trailblazers)
1993 Tiffany Trump, daughter of Donald Trump & Marla Maples
2324 Beverly Crusher, fictional doctor on Star Trek Next Generation

Events


1213 Battle at Steppes-Bishop Pierrepont & Louis II beat Henry I of Brabant
1307 French king Philip IV convicts templars because of heresy
1483 Rabbi Issac Abarbanel starts his exegesis on Bible
1492 English admiral Poynings fleet occupies Lock
1501 Maximilian of Austria & Louis XII sign Treaty of Trente
1534 Alessandro Farnese elected as Pope Paul III
1629 Dutch West Indies Co grants religious freedom in West Indies
1652 Prince of Cond‚ flees Paris
1659 Gen-major John Lambert drives out English Rump-govt
1660 Denmark king Frederik III makes coup
1702 Dutch/English troops occupy Luik
1710 English troops occupy Acadia (Nova Scotia)
1716 Hungarian Emperor Karel VI's troops occupy Temesvar
1724 Jonathan Swift publishes last of Drapier's letters
1760 Russian/Austrian army evacuates Berlin
1775 Continental Congress establishes a navy
1775 Continental Congress establishes a navy
1775 Continental Congress orders construction of a naval fleet
1792 George Washington lays the cornerstone of the Executive Mansion
1792 George Washington lays the cornerstone of the Executive Mansion
1792 "Old Farmer's Almanac" is 1st published
1792 Washington lays cornerstone of Executive Mansion (White House)
1812 Battle of Queenstown Heights, Brit beats US attempt to invade Canada
1843 B'nai B'rith founded (NY)
1845 Texas ratifies a state constitution
1860 1st aerial photo taken in US (from a balloon), Boston
1862 Bismarck's "Blood & Iron" speech
1863 Skirmish at Blountsville, Tennessee (50 casualties)
1864 Battle at Darbytown Road Virginia (337 casualties)
1864 Battle of Dalton, GA - surrendered
1864 Battle of Harpers Ferry, WV (Mosby's Raid)
1864 Maryland voters adopt new constitution, including abolition of slavery
1870 Gustav Mahler (10) gives his 1st public piano concert
1881 Revival of Hebrew language as Eliezer Ben-Yehuda & friends agree to use Hebrew exclusively in their conversations
1884 Greenwich established as universal time meridian of longitude
1893 Vigilant (US) beats Valkyrie II (Engld) in 9th America's Cup
1899 7000 lay-offs black mine workers of South Africa reach Natal
1902 Arna W Bontemps noted poet & librarian of Fisk University
1903 Pirates beats Pilgrims (Red Sox) 5 games to 3 in 1st World Series
1903 Victor Herbert's "Babes in Toyland," premieres in NYC
1913 Explosion & fire in Universal Coal Mine, South Wales
1914 Belgian regime forms at St Adresse at Le Havre
1914 Boston Braves sweep Phila A's, 1st sweep in World Series history
1914 Garrett Morgan invents & patents gas mask
1914 Pro-German Boers begin opposition of British authority in South Africa
1915 Boston Red Sox beat Phila Phillies, 4 games to 1 in 12th World Series
1917 Soviet accept establishment of Petrograd Military
1919 Race riot at Elaine Arkansas
1920 World Series celebration in Wade Park brings out 50,000+ Clevelanders
1921 NY Giants beat NY Yankees, 5 games to 3 in 18th World Series
1923 Angora (Ankara) becomes Turkey's capital
1924 Wahhabietes under Ibn Saudi take Mecca
1930 New German Reichstag opens with 107 NSDAP'ers in uniform
1931 Musical "Everybody's Welcome" with T/J Dorsey premieres in NYC
1931 No‰l Cowards "Cavalcade," premieres in London
1933 JDJ Boularan's "Tovarich," premieres in Paris
1933 Soccer team STEVO forms in Geesteren
1936 Explosion caused by leaking gas rips out section 12 of Cleve Stadium
1937 A recorded trace of snow in Central Park NYC
1941 Nazi's kill 11,000 Jewish children/old people
1943 Italy declares war on former Axis partner Germany
1944 Riga Latvia freed
1944 US 1st army begins battle of Aachen
1947 "Kukla, Fran & Ollie" premieres
1947 1st NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Toronto 4-3 at Toronto
1949 "Touch & Go" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 176 performances
1953 Burglar alarm-ultrasonic or radio waves-patented-Samuel Bagno
1954 RP Smith/M Shulman's "Tender Trap," premieres in NYC
1955 1st edition of L'express publishes in Paris
1956 WAGM TV channel 8 in Presque Isle, ME (CBS/NBC/ABC) begins
1957 German Dem Rep recalls East Mark & issues new currency
1960 3rd presidential debate with Nixon in Hollywood & Kennedy in NY
1960 Nikita Khrushchev (PM USSR) bangs his shoe on table at UN
1960 Opponents of Fidel Castro executed in Cuba
1960 Pirate's Mazeroski's bottom of 9th lead off HR beats NY Yankees 10-9 in game 7 of 57th World Series
1962 "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" opens on Broadway, with Uta Hagen
1963 "Beatlemania" is coined after Beatles appear at Palladium
1963 15th Ryder Cup: US beats 23-9 at East Lake CC Ga
1963 9th LPGA Championship won by Mickey Wright
1964 At Plesman airport, Cura‡ao, 125.5 mm rainfalls (record)
1964 Voskhod 1 crew returns
1966 173 US airplanes bomb North-Vietnam
1966 Vice Admiral Rufus L Taylor, USN, becomes deputy director of CIA
1967 CBS radio cancels "House Party"
1968 Tinker Creek Gorge of Cleveland Metroparks is dedicated
1969 Soyuz 8 is launched
1969 Soyuz 8 is launched
1969 1st time 7 people in space
1969 Billy Martin (97-65) is fired as manager of AL West-winning Twins
1969 Soyuz 8 is launched
1970 Angela Davis arrested in NYC
1970 USSR performs nuclear test at Sary Shagan USSR
1971 1st World Series night game (Pittsburgh 4-Baltimore 3)
1971 WTZH TV channel 24 in Meridian, MS (CBS) suspends broadcasting
1972 "Hurry, Harry" closes at Ritz Theater NYC after 2 performances
1972 Aeroflot Il-62 crashes in large pond outside Moscow, 176 die
1972 Commish Bowie Kuhn allows Bert Campaneris to play in World Series
1972 Uruguay to Chile plane crashes in Andes Mountain, (12 of 23 rescue)
1972 Argentine Fairchild crashes in Andesgebergte (rugby team eats crash victims to survive)
1973 Jordan enters Yom Kippur war
1973 Teri Garr appears on Bob Newhart Show in "Emily in for Carol"
1975 9th Country Music Assn Award: John Denver wins
1975 Rock vocal Neil Young undergoes throat surgery
1978 James Earl Ray, assassin of Martin Luther King weds Anna Sandhu
1978 Pres Carter answers caller questions on National Public Radio
1978 Swaziland's new constitution promulgated bans political parties
1978 Tiros N, US's 1st 3rd generation weather satellite, is launched
1978 Graig Nettles at 3rd makes many spectactular plays in WS game 3 as Guidry beats Dodgers, after trailing 2 games to 0 Yanks win next 4
1980 14th Country Music Assn Award:[approx]
1980 Unprovoked slayings of 6 blacks in Buffalo, NY
1981 Vice President Hosni Mubarak elected president of Egypt
1982 IOC restores 2 gold medals from 1912 Olympics to Jim Thorpe
1982 NJ Devils 1st short handed goal-Don Lever
1984 Blackhawk Bill Gardner scores on 10th penalty shot against Islanders
1984 John Henry becomes 1st thoroughbred to win $6 million
1984 STS 41-G mission; lands at Kennedy Space Center
1985 13th Space Shuttle Mission - Challenger 6 is launched
1985 13th Space Shuttle Mission - Challenger 6 is launched
1985 "Sunday in the Park with George" closes at Booth NYC after 604 perfs
1985 Belgium premier Martens CVP wins parliamentary election
1985 During NLCS, Cards rookie Vince Coleman is injured stretching before game as his left leg is caught in Busch Stadium's automated tarpaulin
1986 20th Country Music Assn Award:
1986 25th NY, NL appearance in World Series (Mets vs A's)
1986 IOC announces baseball will become a medal sport in 1992
1987 1st military use of trained dolphins, by US Navy in Persian Gulf.
1987 1st military use of trained dolphins, by US Navy in Persian Gulf.
1987 1st military use of trained dolphins (US Navy in Persian Gulf)
1987 Costa Rican Pres Oscar Arias wins Nobel Peace Prize
1987 West Indies score 4-360 in 50 overs in Cricket World Cup v Sri Lanka
1988 Concert at Masada ends Israel's 40th-anniversary fest
1988 Nobel prize for literature awarded to Naguib Mahfouz
1988 Shroud of Turin, revered by many Christians as Christ's burial cloth, is shown by carbon-dating tests to be a fake from the Middle Ages
1988 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1989 Bob Quinn resigns as NY Yankee VP/GM & replaced by Harding Peterson
1989 Dow Jones down 190.58 points
1990 1st Russian Orthodox service in 70 yrs held in St Basil's Cathedral
1990 Target Center in Minneapolis opens
1991 Actress Katey Segal suffers a miscarriage
1991 Blue Jay Cito Gaston is 1st manager ejected in a playoff game
1991 Minnesota Twins win AL pennant beating Toronto in 5 games
1993 Greek govt of Papandreou forms
1993 Mighty Ducks win their 1st NHL game
1993 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Kary Mullis & Michael Smith
1993 Nobel prize for physics awarded to Russel Hulse & Joseph Taylor
1993 Phillies beat Atlanta in NLCS
1994 Earliest start of Sheffield Shield season (Queensland v Tasmania)
1994 Nobel prize for literature awarded to Kenzaburo O‰
1995 Joseph Rotblat awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1995 Pamela Anderson Lee, rush to hospital with flu like symptoms
1996 "Big," closes at Shubert Theater NYC after 193 performances
1996 Annika Sorenstam wins Betsy King LPGA Golf Classic
1996 NY Jet Nick Lowrey breaks Jan Stenerud NFL field goal record at 374
1996 Yanks (3) & Orioles (3) combine to tie play off record of 6 HRs
1997 John Denver dies when his plane crashes into San Fransico bay.
1997 John Denver dies when his plane crashes into San Fransico bay.
1997 John Denver dies when his plane crashes into San Fransico bay.
1997 John Denver dies when his plane crashes into San Fransico bay.
1997 John Denver dies when his plane crashes into San Fransico bay.
1997 Andy Green's Jet-powered car reaches record 749.69 MPH

That's All....

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