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Monday, October 15, 2018.



Birthdays


70 BC Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) Mantua, Italy (The ’neid)
70 Publius Vergilius Maro, Roman leader/poet (Bucolica, Aene‹s)
70 BC Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro) Mantua, Italy (The ’neid)
1542 Djalalud-Din Mohammed Akbar, emperor of India (1556-1605)
1550 Henry, earl of Nassau-Dillenburg/brother of William of Orange
1608 E. Torricelli --1647
1608 E. Torricelli --1647
1608 E. Torricelli --1647
1608 E. Torricelli --1647
1608 E. Torricelli --1647
1674 Robert Herrick, Mass, British poet (Together)
1761 Peter Gronland, composer
1762 Samuel Adams Holyoke, composer
1775 Bernhard Henrik Crusell, composer
1779 Johan O Wallin, Swedish poet/songwriter/archbishop (D”dens Engel)
1784 Thomas Hastings, composer
1785 Jos‚ Miguel Carrera, president of Chile (1811-14)
1795 Frederik Willem IV, king of Prussia (1840-61)/Germany (1849-61)
1799 August Ferdinand Haeser, composer
1816 Amiel Weeks Whipple, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1863
1818 Irvin McDowell, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1885
1819 Marinus FAG Campbell, bibliography/literary
1822 Alfred Meissner, Austrian physician/writer
1829 Asaph Hall, astronomer, discovered the moons of Mars
1829 Asaph Hall, discovered satellites of Mars (Phobos & Deimos)
1829 Asaph Hall, astronomer, discovered the moons of Mars
1831 Helen Maria Hunt Jackson, author (Ramona)
1832 Henry Harrison Walker, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1912
1833 Klaas Kater, Dutch Christian Worker's Union Leader
1836 Thomas Lafayette Rosser, Mjr General (Confederate Army), died in 1910
1844 Friedrich Nietzsche, Ubermensch
1844 Friedrich Nietzsche, Germany, philosopher/anti-semite (šbermensch)
1844 Friedrich Nietzsche, Ubermensch
1851 George F Moore, US theologist (Hebrews, Old Testament)
1852 Wilhelm Posse, composer
1856 R G Nivelle, French military man
1858 John L. Sullivan, famed pugelist.
1858 Frank Valentine Van der Stucken, composer
1858 John L Sullivan, Mass, heavyweight boxing champ (1882-92)
1858 John L. Sullivan, famed pugelist.
1859 Jaime de Magalhes Lima, Portuguese author/poet (Salmos do Prisoneiro)
1865 Walther Amelung, German archaeologist
1874 Otallo Morales, composer
1878 Paul Reynaud, premier France (May-June 1940)
1879 Jane Darwell, [Patti Woodward], Palmyra MO, actress (Huckleberry Finn)
1879 Sara Allgood, Dublin Ireland, actress (Blackmail, Storm in a Teacup)
1881 P G Wodehouse, British-American writer (Stiff Upper Lip Jeeves)
1890 Arcady Dubensky, composer
1892 Ina Claire, [Fagan], Washington DC, actress (Ninotchika)
1893 Charles II, King of Romania (1930-40)
1895 Alfred Neumann, German playwright (Devil)
1896 Melville Cooper, Birmingham England, TV panelist (I Got a Secret)
1898 Gunther Ramin, composer
1900 Fritz Feld, Berlin Germany, actor (Jack Benny Show, At the Circus)
1900 Mervyn LeRoy, movie producer (Devil at 4 O'Clock)
1901 Bernard von Brentano, German writer (Big Cats)
1901 Hermann Abs, director (Deutsche Bank)/Hitler's advisor
1901 Robert Bromston Thesiger Daniell, soldier
1902 Andrey Yakolevich Shtogarenko, composer
1902 William Edmundson, Spokane Wash, vocalist (Southernaires)
1904 Julian Hodge, British financier/multi-millionaire (Hodge Group)
1905 C. P. Snow, British novelist and scientist.
1905 Alexey Kozlovsky, composer
1905 Charles P Snow, England, novelist/scientist (Death Under Sail)
1905 Dag Ivar Wiren, composer
1905 Edna Deanne Fuelling, dancer choreographer/drama teacher
1905 C. P. Snow, British novelist and scientist.
1907 John "Cardinal" Dearden, US cardinal (1969-88)/archbishop of Detroit
1908 John Kenneth Galbraith, economist
1908 John Kenneth Galbraith, economist (Affluent Society-58 Hillman Award)
1908 John Kenneth Galbraith, economist
1909 Robert Trout, Wake County NC, newscaster (ABC)
1910 Xenophon Balaskas, cricketer (South African leg-spinner of 30's)
1911 James H[enry] Schmitz, Germany, sci-fi author (Lion Game)
1913 Klaus Barbie, gestapo chief (Lyon)
1915 W Weyrauch, writer
1917 Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., historian
1917 Arthur Schlesinger Jr, Ohio, historian (1946 Pulitzer-Age of Jackson)
1917 Jan Miner, Boston Mass, actress (Crime Photographer)
1917 Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., historian
1919 Edwin C Tubb, Brits sci-fi writer (Earth is Heaven, Earthfall)
1919 Howard Frank Trayton Smith, diplomat/head (MI5)
1921 Mario Puzo, author (Godfather)
1921 Angelica Rozeanu, Romanian table tennis player (World Champ 1950-55)
1921 Gul Mahomed, cricketer (Indian & Pakistani batsman)
1921 Mario Puzo, NYC, novelist (Godfather, Cotton Club, Earthquake)
1921 Mario Puzo, author (Godfather)
1923 Italo Calvino, Cuba, author (Winter's Night a Traveler)
1924 Lee Iacocca, a very good new car salesman.
1924 Colin Romoff, NYC, orch leader (Andy Williams Show)
1924 Lee A Iacocca, CEO (Chrysler Corp)
1924 Nigel Green, South Africa, actor (Skull, Tobruk, Ipcress File)
1924 Lee Iacocca, a very good new car salesman.
1925 Mickey Baker, rocker
1926 Evan Hunter, [Ed McBain], American writer (Blackboard Jungle)
1926 Jean Peters, Canton OH, actress (Viva Zapata!, Apache, Deep Waters)
1926 Karl Richter, composer
1926 Michel Foucault, French philosopher (History of Sexuality)
1926 Paul-Michel Foucault, French philosopher (Les Mots et les Choses)
1927 Mary Perot Nichols, journalist
1927 Oswald Moxley Gibbs, diplomat
1928 Mark Lenard, actor (Mr Spock's dad Sarek-Star Trek)
1930 Fela Ransome/Anikulapo Kuti, Nigerian singer/saxophonist
1930 Phillipe Leroy, Paris France, actor (Night Porter, Leonardo da Vinci)
1932 Jaan Raats, composer
1932 Riekus Waskowsky, poet
1934 Peter Haskell, Boston Mass, actor (Bracken's World, Rituals)
1935 Bobby Joe Morrow, Brownsville TX, sprinter (Olympic-3 gold-1956)
1935 Hans Croiset, Dutch theatre director/actor (Witte Waan)
1935 Murdo Alexander MacLeod, minister
1936 Kari Rydman, composer
1937 Linda Lavin
1937 Linda Lavin
1937 Linda Lavin
1937 Linda Lavin
1937 Linda Lavin
1937 Anthony Hopkins, clinical neurologist
1937 Barry McGuire, Oklahoma City, singer (Eve of Destruction)
1937 Linda Lavin, Portland Maine, actress (Alice, Barney Miller)
1938 Marvin E "Marv" Johnson, US gospel/R&B singer (Move 2 mountains)
1938 Rafael Aponte-Ledee, composer
1939 Carmelo Bossi, Italy, light middleweight boxer (Olympic-silver-1960)
1942 Penny Marshall, actress/director, (Awakenings)
1942 Don Stevenson, Seattle Wash, rock drummer (Moby Grape)
1942 James A Leach, (Rep-R-Iowa, 1977- )
1942 Penny Marshall, Bronx NY, actress (Odd Couple, Laverne & Shirley)
1942 Penny Marshall, actress/director, (Awakenings)
1944 Mac Collins, (Rep-R-Georgia)
1945 Jim Palmer
1945 Jim Palmer
1945 Jim Palmer
1945 Jim Palmer
1945 Jim Palmer
1945 Jim Palmer, NYC, Oriole pitcher/sportscaster/jockey underwear salesman
1945 Steven Camacho, cricketer (WI batsman early seventies)
1946 Richard Carpenter, New Haven Ct, vocalist (Carpenters-Close to You)
1946 Victor Banerjee, Calcutta India, actor (A Passage to India)
1947 Lynn Lowry, E St Louis Ill, actress (Cat People, Crazies)
1948 Aleksandr S Puchkov, Russian colonel/cosmonaut
1950 Chris De Burgh, [Davidson], Argent/Irish rock vocalist (Lady in Red)
1950 Koos van der Vaart, Dutch MP (PvdA)
1951 Frank Dimino, Wash DC, rock vocalist (Angel)
1951 Roscoe Tanner, tennis player (Wimbledon Finals 1979)
1953 Larry Miller, NYC, comedian/actor (Larry-Pursuit Of Happiness)
1953 [Toriano] Tito Jackson, singer (Jackson 5-ABC, Never Can Say Goodbye)
1954 Jere Burns, Cambridge MS, actor (Something So Right, Kirk-Dear John)
1954 Kip Byrne, Detroit Mich, Canadian Tour golfer (Mich State Jr-1970-71)
1955 Cathy Ladman, comedienne (Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead)
1955 Kristine Winder, Vancouver BC, playmate (Oct, 1977)
1955 Tanya Roberts, [Leigh], Bronx NY, actress (Charlie's Angels, Sheena)
1955 Victor Pecci, Paraguay, tennis star
1958 Jayne Modean, Hartford Ct, actress (Nurse Hooter-Trauma Center)
1959 Sarah Ferguson
1959 Sarah Ferguson
1959 Sarah Ferguson
1959 Sarah Ferguson
1959 Sarah Ferguson
1959 Sarah Magaret Fergusson, [Fergie], London England, Duchess of York
1962 Susan DeMattei, SF Calif, cyclist (Olympics-bronze-96)
1963 Angela Rock, Lakewood CA, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-1992)
1963 Stanley Menzo, Suriname/Dutch soccer goaltender (Ajax/PSV)
1965 Daniel Held, Milwaukee Wisc, 10k runner
1966 Douglas Vipond, British pop drummer (Deacon Blue-Raintown)
1966 Jeffrey Jacquet, Bay City Texas, actor (Mork & Mindy, Whiz Kids)
1967 Carlos Garcia, Venezuela, infielder (Pitts Pirates)
1968 George Koonce, NFL linebacker (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1968 Meredith Rainey, Brooklyn NY, 800m runner
1969 Curtis Cotton, NFL/WLAF cornerback (Oak Raiders, Frankfurt Galaxy)
1970 Cooper Harris, CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
1970 Lonnie Palelei, guard (NY Jets)
1971 Angelia Savage, Miss USA-Florida (1997, top 6)
1971 Bernardo Harris, NFL linebacker (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1971 Roland McGhee, Flint Michigan, long jumper
1972 Fred Hoiberg, NBA guard (Indiana Pacers)
1973 Susannah Kate Pryde, Auckland NZ, road race cyclist (Olympics-96)
1978 Cheryl Crowe, Miss Delaware Teen USA (1997)
1978 Devon Gummersall, Colo, actor (Relativity, Brian-My So Called Life)
1979 Mahana Ka'ahumanu Walters, Miss Hawaii Teen USA (3rd-1997)
1991 Owen Joseph Kline, son of Phoebe Cates & Kevin Kline

Events


Mushroom Day
National Grouch Day
World Poetry Day.
Mushroom Day
National Grouch Day
World Poetry Day.
1501 English crown prince Arthur marries Catharina of Arag¢n
1520 King Henry VIII of England orders bowling lanes at Whitehall
1522 Emperor Karel I names Hern n Cort‚s governor of Mexico
1581 Commissioned by Catherine De Medici, the 1st ballet "Ballet Comique de la Reine," is staged in Paris
1582 Many Catholic countries switch to Gregorian calendar, skip 10 days
1598 Spanish general strategist Bernardino de Mendoza occupies fort Rhine
1641 Paul de Chomedy de Maisonneuve claims Montreal
1654 Prince Willem III appointed viceroy of Overijssel
1655 Jews of Lublin are massacred
1660 Asser Levy granted butchers license (kosher meat) in New Amsterdam
1705 English fleet under Lord Peterborough occupies Barcelona
1724 Cornelis Steenoven is 1st archbishop of Old-Catholic church
1756 Saxon army surrenders to Prussia
1777 Mjr James Graves Simcoe appointed commandant of Queen's Rangers (Penn)
1783 Jean Pilƒtre de Rozier makes captive-balloon ascent
1786 Earliest 32øF (0øC) recorded temp in NYC
1789 1st presidental tour-George Washington in New England
1815 Napoleon Bonaparte exiled on Island of St Helena
1827 Charles Darwin reaches Christ's Counsel, Cambridge
1842 Karl Marx becomes editor-in-chief of Rheinische Zeitung
1846 Dr William Thomas Green Morton 1st public use of ether
1860 Grace Bedell writes to Lincoln, tells him to grow a beard.
1860 Grace Bedell writes to Lincoln, tells him to grow a beard.
1860 11-year-old Grace Bedell writes to Lincoln, tells him to grow a beard
1863 Cliff House opens in SF (1st of many on site)
1864 Confederate troops occupy Glasgow, Missouri
1866 Great fire in Quebec destroys 2,500 houses
1874 Child labor law takes 12 year olds out of work force
1877 45th Congress (1877-79) convenes
1878 Edison Electric Light Company incorporated
1880 K”ln cathedral completed, 633 years after it begun
1881 1st American fishing magazine, American Angler published
1883 Supreme Court declares Civil Rights Act of 1875 unconstitutional
1885 Hoss Radbourne pitches his 60th win of season
1889 Amsterdam Central Station officially opens
1890 Alabama Penny Savings Bank organizes in Birmingham
1894 Capt Alfred Dreyfus arrested accused of espionage
1897 Aaron/Samuel Bloch carry 1st Mail Pouch
1897 King Leopold II takes Belgian crown
1899 Cincinnati closes season with 16-1 & 19-3 victories over Cleve Spiders
1905 Claude Debussy's "La Mer," premieres
1905 Union workers at NVV rejects safety demands
1912 Red Sox Tris Speaker's makes only world series unassisted double play, from the outfield
1913 Train crash in Liverpool during "Black Week"
1914 ASCAP founded (American Soc of Composers, Authors & Publishers)
1914 ASCAP founded (American Soc of Composers, Authors & Publishers)
1914 ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers) founded
1914 Battle of Warsaw, begins (ends Oct 21)
1914 Clayton Anti-trust Act passed (union & strike rights)
1917 Chicago White Sox beat NY Giants, 4 games to 2 in 14th World Series
1918 British Q-ship Cymric sinks British submarine J6
1919 14 horses begin 300-mile race from Vt to Mass for $1000 prize money
1923 NY Yankees 1st World Series win beating NY Giants, 4 games to 2
1924 Pres Coolidge declares Statue of Liberty a national monument
1925 Pitts Pirates beat Wash Senators, 4 games to 3 in 22nd World Series
1925 Willem Landr‚'s opera "Beatrice" premiers in The Hague
1926 Austria govt of Seipel, forms
1926 Philip Barry's "White Wings!," premieres in NYC
1928 German dirigible "Graf Zeppelin" lands in Lakehurst, NJ
1928 Walter Johnson signs a 3-year contract to manage the Senators
1933 Philadelphia Eagles play 1st NFL game, lose to NY Giants 56-0
1935 NHL's St Louis Eagles fold
1937 Ernest Hemingway novel "To Have & Have Not" published
1937 Rather than accept any trade offers, the Yanks release Tony Lazzeri
1938 Robert Sherwoods "Abe Lincoln in Illinois," premieres in NYC
1939 LaGuardia Airport opens in NYC
1939 Yeshiva of Mir closes after 124 years
1940 -16] Heavy German air raid on London, 400 killed
1940 London's Waterloo Station bombed by Germans
1941 1st mass deportation of German Jews to Eastern Europe
1941 Japan Tojo regime forms
1941 Jews caught outside Polish Ghetto walls could be put to death
1942 German 6th Army occupies Tractorenfabriek, 3,000 German's die
1945 Baseball Attendance hits record 10.28 million (Tigers 1.28 is highest)
1946 Smallest World Series share since 1918 (Cards $3,748, Red Sox $2,140)
1946 St Louis Cards beat Boston Red Sox, 4 games to 3 in 43rd World Series
1946 Enos Slaughter scores from 1st on a single in World Series
1948 China's Red army occupies Chinchov
1949 Administration of territory of Manipur taken over by Indian govt
1949 Billy Graham begins his ministry
1949 Tripura accedes to Indian union
1951 "I Love Lucy" debuts on CBS TV
1951 Egyptian parliament accept denounces Suez Canal Treaty
1952 Arthur Laurent's "Time of the Cuckoo," premieres in NYC
1953 John Patrick's "Teahouse of the Red Moon," premieres in NYC
1953 KOIN TV channel 6 in Portland, OR (CBS) begins broadcasting
1953 WJNL (now WFAT) TV channel 19 in Johnstown, PA (IND) begins
1954 Hurricane Hazel strikes US & Canada, 348 die
1954 KLTV TV channel 7 in Tyler-Longview, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting
1956 Pyotr Bolotnikov runs world record 10k (28:42.8)
1956 William J Brennan Jr appointed to Supreme Court
1956 Yankees Enos Slaughter scores from 1st on a single in World Series
1957 Giants trade Minneapolis franchise to Red Sox for SF Seals-franchises only, not the players
1958 Tunisia drops diplomatic relations with Egypt
1958 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1959 "Untouchables" premieres
1959 KNDO TV channel 23 in Yakima, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting
1960 "Laughs & Other Events" closes at Barrymore Theater NYC after 8 perfs
1962 Byron R White appointed to Supreme Court
1962 WLOX TV channel 13 in Biloxi-Gulfport, MS (ABC) begins broadcasting
1963 Ludwig Erhard follows Conrad Adenauer as West German Chancellor
1964 Kosygin & Brezhnev replace Soviet premier Nikita Krushchev
1964 Kosygin & Brezhnev replace Soviet premier Nikita Krushchev
1964 Craig Breedlove sets auto speed record of 846.97 kph
1964 Dr Martin Luther King Jr awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1964 Kosygin & Brezhnev replace Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev
1964 St Louis Cardinals beat NY Yankees, 4 games to 3 in 61st World Series
1964 NY Yankees appears in 14 & win 9 of last 16 World Series
1965 Dodgers & Sandy Koufax win 7th game of 62nd World Series vs Twins
1965 WEMT (now WVII) TV channel 7 in Bangor, ME (ABC) begins broadcasting
1966 Australia bans Troggs' "I Can't Control Myself," as "terribly obscene"
1966 LBJ signs a bill creating Dept of Transportation (DOT)
1968 AL expansion draft, KC pick Roger Nelson & Pilots pick Don Mincher 1st
1969 Bank of America World Headquarters (555 California) dedicated
1969 Madison Square Garden TV Network begins (Rangers vs North Stars)
1969 NY Met Ron Swoboda's spectacular diving catch of sinking liner with runners at 1st & 3rd in 9th, Mets win in 10th in World Series game
1969 Oriole Earl Weaver becomes 1st manager ejected in a World Series
1969 Vietnam Moratorium Day; millions nationwide protest the war
1970 Anwar Sadat elected president of Egypt
1970 Baltimore Orioles beat Cin Reds, 4 games to 1 in 67th World Series
1970 Bridge over Yarra River in Melbourne crashes; killing 35
1970 Russian passenger flight hijacked to Turkey
1972 61st Davis Cup: USA beats Romania in Bucharest (3-2)
1972 Omni in Atlanta opens - Hawks beat NY Knicks 109-101
1973 7th Country Music Assn Award: Roy Clark wins
1973 Tanks attack Thailand demonstrating students, 300 killed
1974 National Guard mobilizes to restore order in Boston school busing
1974 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Paul J Flory (macro molecules)
1974 Washington Capitals 1st NHL tie, playing LA Kings to 1-1 tie
1975 Iceland moves intl boundary from 50 to 200 miles
1976 1st debate of major-ticket VP nominees Mondale (D) vs Dole (R)
1976 Ringo releases "A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll"
1977 Arkansas' Steve Little kicks a record tying 67 yard field goal
1977 Debbie Boone's "You Light Up My Life," goes #1 & stays #1 for 10 weeks
1977 Don Ritchie runs world record 100 mile (11:30:51)
1978 Silvia Bertolaccini wins LPGA Civitan Golf Open
1978 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1979 1st Monday night game from NYC, Jets beat Vikings 14-7 (Shea Stad)
1979 Chinese premier Hwa Kwofeng visits Paris
1979 Military coup in El Salvador: president/general Carlos Romero flees
1979 NY Knicks retire 2nd number, # 10, Walt Frazier
1980 George Brett is forced out of World Series with hemorrhoids
1980 Nobel prize for economy awarded to Lawrence R Klein
1981 NY Yankees capture 33rd AL pennant, sweeping 3 games from Oakland A's
1983 Black Hawks & Maple Leafs combine for fastest 5 goals (84 seconds)
1983 Columbia beats Yale 21-18 in football, will lose next 44 games
1983 US Marine sharpshooters kill 5 snipers at Beirut Intl Airport
1984 Central Intelligence Agency's Information Act passes
1984 Centrum party expels 2nd Member of parliament Janmaat due to fraud
1985 Nobel prize for economics awarded to Franco Modigliani
1985 Shuttle Columbia carries Spacelab into orbit
1985 Shelley Taylor of Australia makes fastest swim ever around Manhattan Island, doing it in 6 hours 12 minutes 29 seconds
1986 Longest post season game, Mets beat Astros 7-6 in 16 & win NL pennant
1987 "Late Nite Comic" opens at Ritz Theater NYC for 4 performances
1987 6th Belgium govt of Martens falls
1987 Coup in Burkina Faso, president Sankara dies
1987 Lanford Wilson's "Burn This," premieres in NYC
1987 NFL Players Assn orders an end to 24 day strike
1988 Amnesty International's Global Concert Tour ends in Buenos Aires
1988 NCAA record rushing yardage (768 yards-Oklahoma)
1988 With 2 outs in bottom of 9th, an injured Kirk Gibson hits dramatic 2 run HR to gives Dodgers a 5-4 win in 1st game of World Series
1989 Billy Graham is given 1,900th star on Hollywood Blvd
1989 S Afr pres FW de Klerk frees Sisulu & 4 other political prisoners
1989 South african ANC-founder/leader Walter Sisulu freed
1989 Wayne Gretzky passes Gordie Howes as NHL's all time top scorer
1990 Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev wins Nobel Peace Prize
1991 Clarence Thomas is confirmed as Supreme Court Justice (52-48)
1992 Charles Taylor launches an offensive against Monrovia Liberia
1992 Howard Stern radio show begins broadcasting on WLUP-AM, Chicago
1992 NYC Subway motorman Robert Ray convicted of manslaughter in death of 5 riders, when he fell asleep drunk while in control of train
1993 Amstel brewery on Cura‡ao produces 1,000,000,000th bottle
1993 Guardian Angel Lisa Evers Sliwa files for divorce from Curtis Sliwa
1993 Nelson Mandela & S Afr Pres F W de Klerk awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1994 Botswana Pres Ketumile Masires BDP wins parliamentary election
1994 Pres Jean-Baptiste Aristide returns to Haiti
1995 Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA World Championship of Women's Golf
1995 Carolina Panthers win 1st game ever beating NY Jets 26-15
1997 Britain's Andy Green sets jet-powered car record (763.035 mph)
1997 Cleve Indians beat Balt Orioles 4 games to 2 in ALCS
1997 Former rep Dan Rostenkowski released from custody for mail fraud
1997 NY jury awards boxer Mitch Green $45,000 in civil lawsuit against Mike Tyson, for street brawl in 1988
1997 US launches nuclear powered Cassini to Saturn

That's All....

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