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Tuesday, October 16, 2018.



Birthdays


1605 Charles C Dassoucy, French writer/singer
1679 Jan Dismas Zelenka, composer
1708 Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology
1708 Albrecht von Haller, Switz, experimental physiology (Acad of Science)
1708 Albrecht von Haller, the father of experimental physiology
1723 Johann Andreas Joseph Giulini, composer
1729 Pierre van Maldere, composer
1758 Noah Webster, lexicographer
1758 Noah Webster, lexicographer (Webster's Dictionary)
1758 Noah Webster, lexicographer
1765 Frederic Nicolas Duvernoy, composer
1792 Francisco Morazn, (L) president of Central America (1830-40)
1794 (B.) O. Rodrigues --1851
1794 (B.) O. Rodrigues --1851
1794 (B.) O. Rodrigues --1851
1794 (B.) O. Rodrigues --1851
1794 (B.) O. Rodrigues --1851
1806 William Pitt Fessenden, Secy Treas (Union), died in 1869
1811 Gaetano Capocci, composer
1816 William Preston, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1887
1821 Albert Franz Doppler, composer
1825 Thomas Turpin Crittenden, Brig Genl (Union volunteers), died in 1905
1826 Piotr Studzinski, composer
1827 Arnold Bcklin, Switzerland, landscape/allegory painter
1830 Ferdinand van der Haeghen, Flemish librarian/bibliography
1832 George Crockett Strong, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1863
1832 Vicente Riva Palacio, Mexico, writer/diplomat
1837 John Francis Barnett, composer
1849 Arnold Krug, composer
1849 Charles Harford Lloyd, composer
1849 Geoirge Washington Williams, famous African
1851 James Ten Eyck, champion rower/coach (Ten Eyck Trophy namesake)
1854 Oscar Wilde, wit
1854 Karl J Kautsky, Austrian marxist/socialist
1854 Oscar Wilde, [Fingal O'Flahertie Wills], Dublin, (Pic of Dorian Gray)
1854 Oscar Wilde, wit
1855 Camille Looten, Belgian priest/literature historian
1863 Austen Chamberlain, British Foreign Secretary (Nobel 1925)
1866 Pieter J Kromsigt, theologist/publicist (Troffel & Sword)
1868 Franz X Ritter von Epp, German general (China)
1870 Helge Rode, Danish poet/essayist
1878 Carlos Pedrell, composer
1885 Dorando di Desiderio Pietri, Italian marathoner (Olympic-DQ gold-1908)
1886 Armin T Wegner, writer
1886 David Ben-Gurion, Plonsk Poland, 1st PM of Israel (1948-53, 55)
1888 Eugene O'Neill, dramatist (Desire Under the Elms) (Nobel 1936)
1888 Eugene O'Neill, NYC, dramatist (Desire Under the Elms-Nobel 1936)
1888 Eugene O'Neill, dramatist (Desire Under the Elms) (Nobel 1936)
1890 Paul Strand, photographer
1890 Paul Strand, NYC, photographer (Native Land-1942)
1890 Paul Strand, photographer
1896 Edmond van Dooren, Flemish painter
1897 Harrison Kerr, composer
1898 Arthur H Dean, lawyer/advisor to FDR
1898 William O Douglas, Maine, 81st Supreme Court justice (1939-75)
1900 [Leon] Goose Goslin, baseball hall of famer (AL bat champ 1928)
1900 Lloyd Corrigan, SF, actor (Papa Dodger-Willy, Prof McKillup-Hank)
1903 Mario Pilati, composer
1905 Rex Bell, Chicago, cowboy actor (Cowboys & Injuns)/lt-gov (Nevada)
1905 Wild Bill Elliott, Pattonsburg MO, actor (Beyond the Sacramento)
1906 Dino Buzzati, writer
1906 George Martin Lott Jr, tennis champ (1931 US Open runner-up)
1907 Roger Vailland, French author (La Novice, Et Mourir de Plasir)
1908 Enver Hoxha, post-war leader of Albania (1944-85)
1910 William Leonard Reed, composer
1913 Alice Pearce, NYC, comedienne/actress (Gladys Kravitz-Bewitched)
1913 Cesar Bresgen, Austrian composer/organist
1914 Christian J Modeste, gypsey king
1918 Bill Nichols, (Rep-D-AL, 1967- )
1921 Linda Darnell, Dallas, Tx, actress (Unfaithfully Yours, 2nd Chance)
1921 Michael Conrad, Washington Hgts NY, actor (Delvecchio, Hill St Blues)
1922 Max Bygraves, London, actor (Tom Brown's School Days)
1922 Robert Urquhart, actor (Dunkirk, Bulldog Breed, Dark Avenger)
1923 Bert Kaempfert, rocker
1925 Angela Lansbury
1925 Angela Lansbury
1925 Angela Lansbury
1925 Angela Lansbury
1925 Angela Lansbury
1925 Angela Lansbury, London England, actress (Jessica-Murder She Wrote)
1925 Daniel J Evans, (Sen-R-WA, 1983- )
1925 Lorraine Sweeny, communications specialist
1927 Gnter Grass, German novelist, poet (The Tin Drum)
1927 Gnter Grass, Danzig Germany, novelist/poet (Tin Drum)
1927 Gus Yatron, (Rep-D-PA, 1969- )
1927 Lee Montague, London England, actor (Uncle Sasha-Holocaust)
1927 Peter Brinson, dance educationalist
1927 Gnter Grass, German novelist, poet (The Tin Drum)
1929 Bill Green, (Rep-R-NY, 1978- )
1931 Charles W Colson, presidential adviser (Watergate figure)
1932 Henry Jay Lewis, LA Calif, conductor/bass (LA Philharmonic 1955-59)
1935 Sugar Pie DeSanto, US singer (Soulful dress)
1936 Gerardo Gandini, composer
1937 Emile Ford, rocker
1937 Tony Anthony, Clarksburg WV, actor (Treasure of 4 Crowns)
1940 Barry Corbin, actor (Maurice-Northern Exposure)
1940 Dave DeBusschere, Detroit, NBA foward (NY Knick)/last ABA commissioner
1941 Derek David Bourgeois, composer
1941 Erkki Jokinen, composer
1941 Tim McCarver, baseball catcher (Phils, Mets)/sportscaster (ABC, CBS)
1942 Dave Lovelady, rocker
1943 C Fred Turner, rock bassist/vocalist (Bachman-Turner Overdrive)
1944 Bob Cottam, cricketer (England fast-medium on 2 India/Pakistan tours)
1944 Johnny Washbrook, Toronto, actor (Ken-My Friend Flicka)
1945 Paul Monette, writer
1946 Suzanne Somers
1946 Suzanne Somers
1946 Suzanne Somers
1946 Suzanne Somers
1946 Suzanne Somers
1946 Suzanne Somers, San Bruno Calif, actress (3's Company, Step by Step)
1947 Bob Weir, SF Calif, guitarist (Grateful Dead-Uncle Joe's Band)
1947 David Zucker, Milwaukee WI, director (Airplane, Naked Gun, Top Secret)
1948 Michael Tylo, Detroit, actor (Guiding Light, Blade-Young & Restless)
1951 Alan Wheat, (Rep-D-Missouri, 1983- )
1951 Daniel Gerroll, London, actor (Big Business)
1952 Christopher Cox, (Rep-R-California)
1953 Martha Smith, Cleve Ohio, actress (Animal House)/playmate (July 1973)
1953 Susan Pedersen, US, 4 X 100m medley swimmer (Olympic-gold-1968)
1953 Tony Carey, Fresno Ca, rocker
1955 Ellen Dolan, Monticello IO, actress (Guiding Light, Margo Hughes-ATWT)
1956 James H Newman, Trust Territory of Pacific, PhD/Astronaut (STS 51, 69)
1958 Tim Robbins
1958 Tim Robbins
1958 Tim Robbins
1958 Tim Robbins
1958 Tim Robbins
1958 Tim Robbins, West Covina CA, actor (Bull Durham, Shawshank Redemption)
1959 Gary Kemp, London, rock guitarist (Spandau Ballet-True)
1960 Bob Mould, US singer/guitarist/songwriter (Hsker D)
1960 Val Skinner, Hamilton MT, LPGA golfer (1995 Sprint Championship)
1961 Billy Taylor, Monticello FL, pitcher (Oakland A's)
1961 Chris Doleman, defensive end (San Francisco 49ers)
1961 Wilfried Brookhuis, soccer player (NEC)
1962 Flea
1962 Flea
1962 Flea
1962 Flea
1962 Flea
1962 Flea, [Michael Balzary], bassist (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
1962 Laura Coenen, Neenah Wisc, team handball goalie (Olymp-1988, 92, 96)
1962 Manute Bol, NBA center (Golden State Warriors)
1962 Tamara McKinney, Lexington KY, slalom skier (Olympic-4th-1984)
1963 Missy Hyatt, Atlanta Ga, wrestling manager (WCW, ECW)
1964 Kay Cockerill, San Jose CA, LPGA golfer (1995 Friendly's Classic-32nd)
1965 German Titov, Moscow Rus, NHL center (Calgary Flames, Oly-Silver-1998)
1965 Lisa Bonder, Columbus Ohio, tennis star
1966 Donovan Right, CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
1966 Gerhard Puschnik, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
1967 Joe Murphy, London, NHL right wing (Chicago Blackhawks)
1967 Michael York, Australian field hockey fullback (Oly-silver-92, 96)
1968 Randall Batinkoff, actor (For Keeps)
1968 Robert van Oosterom, cricket opening batsman (Holland 1996 World Cup)
1968 Scott Donie, Vicenza Italy, diver (Olympics-4th-96)
1969 Darren McKenzie-Potter, Auckland NZ, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1969 Doug Hocking, CFL linebacker (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1969 Gregory Metcalf, Ellensburg Wash, 3k steeplechase
1969 Spencer McLennan, CFL safety (Montreal Alouettes)
1969 Wendy Wilson, Los Angeles Ca, rock vocalist (Wilson Phillips-Hold On)
1970 Adrian Murrell, NFL running back/kick returner (NY Jets)
1971 David Johnson, cricketer (Karnataka fast bowler, India 1996-)
1971 Greg Jeffries, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions)
1971 Kathryn J Taylor, Miss USA-Kansas (1997)
1971 Simon Shanks, NFL inside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
1971 Toni Foster, WNBA forward/center (Phoenix Mercury)
1972 Darius Kasparaitis, Elektrenai Lit, NHL defenseman (Islanders, Pitts)
1972 Darren Balmforth, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1972 Kordell Stewart, NFL quarterback/wide receiver (Pitts Steelers)
1972 Stephen O'Connor, Irish amateur snooker champ (1990)
1974 Jermaine Lewis, wide receiver (Baltimore Ravens)
1974 Paul Kariya, Vancouver, NHL left wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Oly-98)
1975 Kellie Martin
1975 Kellie Martin
1975 Kellie Martin
1975 Kellie Martin
1975 Kellie Martin
1975 Jacques Kallis, cricketer (S African Test all-rounder v England 1995)
1975 Jamila Wideman, WNBA guard (LA Sparks)
1975 Kellie Martin, actress (Becca Thatcher-Life Goes On)
1978 Abel Talamantez, Texas, singer (Menudo-Cannonball)
1978 Whitni Zimmerman, Miss New Mexico Teen USA (1996)
1980 Jeremy Jackson, Newport Beach Calif, actor (Shout, Baywatch)

Events


World Food Day.
World Food Day.
1311 Council of Vienne (15th ecumenical council) opens
1492 Columbus' fleet anchors at "Fernandina" (Long Island, Bahamas)
1502 Storm ravages Friese coast
1551 English Edward Seymour duke of Somerset re-arrested
1600 Olivier van Noorts ships reach Philippines
1674 Emperor Leopold I fires chancellor Frst Wenzel Lobkowitz
1710 British troops occupies Port Royal, Nova Scotia
1757 Austrian troops occupy Berlin
1775 Portland, Maine burned by British
1781 Washington takes Yorktown
1795 M von Bhms "Oorlogscantate" premieres
1813 Battle at Leipzig (Napoleon vs Prussia, Austria & Russia)
1829 Tremont Hotel, 1st US modern hotel opens (Boston)
1834 London parliament catches fire; historic documents burn
1841 Queens University in Kingston is chartered
1846 Dentist William T. Morton demonstrates the effectiveness of ether
1846 Dentist William T. Morton demonstrates the effectiveness of ether
1846 Dentist William T Morton demonstrates effectiveness of ether
1847 Charlotte Bronte's book "Jane Eyre" published
1848 1st US homeopathic medical college opens in Pennsylvania
1849 Avery College establishes in Allegheny, Pennsylvania
1849 British seize Tigre Island in Gulf of Fonseca from Honduras
1852 Dutch Govt recognize Catholics right to organize
1859 John Brown attacks the armory at Harper's Ferry.
1859 John Brown attacks the armory at Harper's Ferry.
1859 John Brown leads 20 in raid on federal arsenal, Harper's Ferry, Va
1861 Confederacy starts selling postage stamps
1863 Grant is given command of Union forces in West
1867 Alaska adopts Gregorian calendar, crosses intl date line
1869 A hotel in Boston becomes the 1st to have indoor plumbing.
1869 A hotel in Boston becomes the 1st to have indoor plumbing.
1869 Hotel in Boston becomes 1st to have indoor plumbing
1875 1st Quebec vs Ontario football game, Ontario wins
1876 Race riot at Cainhoy SC (5 whites & 1 black killed)
1900 Queen Wilhelmina leaves duke Heinrich "Henry" von Mecklenburg-Schwerin
1903 Homel, 1st Jewish self defense organization founded in Russia
1904 Russian Baltic fleet departs to Port Arthur
1907 Belasco Theater opens at 111 W 44th St NYC
1907 David Belasco's "Grand Army Man," premieres in NYC
1908 Edmonton Rugby Foot-ball Club re-organizes as Esquimoux
1909 Jack Johnson KOs Stanley Ketchel in 12 for heavyweight boxing title
1909 Pirates beat Tigers 4 games to 3 in 6th World Series
1912 Arnold Schnberg's "Pierrot Lunaire," premieres
1912 Boston beats NY Giants, 4 games to 3 with a tie in 9th World Series
1913 Booth Theater opens at 222 W 44th St NYC
1915 Great Britain declares war on Bulgaria
1916 Margaret Sanger opens first birth control clinic, in New York.
1916 Margaret Sanger opens first birth control clinic, in New York.
1916 Dodger manager Wilbert Robinson given $5,000 bonus
1916 Margaret Sanger opens 1st birth control clinic (46 Amboy St, Bkln)
1916 T E Lawrence (of Arabia) meets with Fasal Hoessein
1921 Babe Ruth, Bob Meusel, & Bill Piercy defy Landis ban on World Series
1921 Jim Conzelman takes over as coach of Rock Island Independents from Frank Coughlin-only mid-game coaching change in NFL history
1923 Disney Co founded
1923 John Harwood patents self-winding watch (Switzerland)
1925 Peace accord of Locarno signed (Rhine Pact)
1925 Texas School Board prohibits teaching of evolution
1926 Mohammed Nadir Khan begins coup in Afghanistan, 1200 killed
1926 Troop ship sinks in Yangtze River, killing 1,200
1928 Mickey Cochrane wins AL MVP honors, edging Heinie Manush by 2 points
1931 Trunk murderess Winnie Ruth Judd chops 1st
1934 Mao Tse-tung & 25,000 troops begin 6,000 mile Long March
1936 Lou Gehrig, is voted AL MVP by BBWAA
1939 Sugar rationing begins in Netherlands
1940 Benjamin Oliver Davis Sr named 1st black general in regular army
1940 Lottery for 1st US WW II draftees held; #158 drawn 1st
1940 Warsaw Ghetto forms
1941 "Gordo" comic strip (by Gus Arriola) 1st appears in newspapers
1941 Germany advances within 60 miles (96 K) of Moscow
1941 Romanian Legionnaires enter Odessa Russia
1942 Aaron Copland/de Milles ballet "Rodeo," premieres in NYC
1942 Cyclone in Bay of Bengal kills some 40,000 south of Calcutta India
1942 Natl Boxing Assn freezes titles of those serving in armed services
1943 Anti Jewish riot in Rome
1943 Chicago Mayor Ed Kelly opens city's new subway system
1943 Jewish quarter of Rome surrounded by Nazis, they are sent to Auschwitz
1943 US 1st Army establishes headquarter in Bristol
1944 Hungary: Horthy govt falls/nazi count Szalasi becomes premier
1945 UN's Food & Agriculture Organization comes into existence
1946 10 Nazi leaders hanged as war criminals after Nuremberg trials
1948 "Red Mill" opens at Ziegfeld Theater NYC for 831 performances
1948 Demonstration by Moscow Jews honoring Israeli ambassador Golda Meir
1949 WDAF TV channel 4 in Kansas City, MO (NBC) begins broadcasting
1952 Pakistan's 1st Test starts, v India at Delhi
1952 Woolworth's at Powell & Market (SF) opens
1953 Fidel Castro sentenced to 15 years (Havana)
1956 "Love Me Tender" with Elvis Presley premieres
1956 William J Brennan Jr becomes a Supreme Court Justice
1957 Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip visits Williamsburg Virginia
1957 USAF sends 2 aluminium bullets into space
1958 Benjamin Britten's "Nocturne," premieres
1958 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1960 NL votes to admit Houston & NY to league
1962 Cuban missile crisis begins: JFK learns of missiles in Cuba.
1962 Cuban missile crisis begins: JFK learns of missiles in Cuba.
1962 Byron R White becomes a Supreme Court Justice
1962 Cuban missile crisis began as JFK becomes aware of missiles in Cuba
1962 KTXT TV channel 5 in Lubbock, TX (PBS) begins broadcasting
1962 Yanks (20th championship) beat SF Giants 4 games to 3 in World Series
1962 NY Yankees appear in 12 & win 9 of last 14 World Series
1963 2 secret US military satellites launched from Cape Canaveral
1963 NY newspaper "Mirror" last edition
1964 Brezhnev & Kosygin replace Krushchev as head of Russia
1964 China becomes world's 5th nuclear power
1964 Brezhnev & Kosygin replace Krushchev as head of Russia
1964 China becomes world's 5th nuclear power
1964 Brezhnev & Kosygin replace Khrushchev as head of Russia
1964 China becomes world's 5th nuclear power
1964 Harold Wilson's Labour party wins British election
1964 Indians' directors vote to keep franchise in Cleveland, rejecting bids by Seattle, Oakland & Dallas
1965 "Drat! - The Cat!" closes at Martin Beck Theater NYC after 8 perfs
1965 Singer Leslie Uggams marries Grahame Pratt in NYC
1966 Joean Baez & 123 other ani-draft protestors arrested in Oakland
1967 WETK TV channel 33 in Burlington, VT (PBS) begins broadcasting
1967 WGNO TV channel 26 in New Orleans, LA (ABC) begins broadcasting
1968 China reports removal of president Li Sjao-tji
1968 Czechoslovakia & Russian "accord" rules allies Soviet forces
1968 During Olympics Tommie Smith & John Carlos give black power salute
1968 Milwaukee Bucks play their 1st game losing 89-84 to Chic Bulls
1968 Jim Dorey sets Toronto Maple Leaf penalty records (48 mins on 9 penalties in a game & 44 minutes on 7 penalties in a period)
1969 100-1 shot NY Mets beat Orioles 5-3 & win 66th World Series in 5
1969 Soyuz 6 returns to Earth
1969 Met Cleon Jones awarded 1st base when shoe polish on ball proves he is hit by a pitch, he scores on a HR in World Series
1970 Anwar Sadat becomes president of Egypt, succeeds Gamal Nassar.
1970 Anwar Sadat becomes president of Egypt, succeeds Gamal Nassar.
1970 Anwar Sadat elected president of Egypt, succeeding Gamal Abdel Nasser
1971 Amphitheater in McLaren Park is dedicated in SF
1972 "Pacific Paradise" opens at Palace Theater NYC for 5 performances
1972 Creedence Clearwater Revival breaks up
1973 Henry Kissinger & Le Duc Tho jointly awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1973 Henry Kissinger & Le Duc Tho jointly awarded Nobel Peace Prize
1973 Israeli tanks under Gen Sharon move through Suez Canal
1973 Kissinger & Le Duc Tho jointly awarded Nobel peace prize
1973 Maynard Jackson elected 1st black mayor of Atlanta
1973 Monks Heng Yo & Heng Ju, start 1000 mile SF to Seattle pilgrimage
1974 A's Ken Holtzman, who hasn't batted all season, belts 3rd inning home run in Game 4 & gets the win, 5-2
1976 Soyuz 23 returns to Earth
1976 Toronto Maple Leaf Lanny McDonald scores a hat trick in 2 min 54 sec
1978 Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla elected supreme pontiff-John Paul I
1978 Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla elected supreme pontiff-John Paul I
1978 Nobel prize for economy awarded to Herbert A Simon
1978 Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla elected supreme pontiff-John Paul II
1978 Test debut of Kapil Dev, India v Pakistan at Faisalabad
1980 "Brigadoon" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 133 performances
1980 China PR performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1981 2nd Dutch govt of Van Agt resigns
1981 Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song Trilogy," premieres in NYC
1982 Shultz warns US will withdraw from UN if it excludes Israel.
1982 Mt Palomar Observatory 1st to detect Halley's comet 13th return
1982 Shultz warns US will withdraw from UN if it excludes Israel.
1982 Mt Palomar Observatory 1st to detect Halley's comet 13th return
1982 Devils 1st road victory 6-5 over Penguins
1982 Mt Palomar Observatory 1st to detect Halley's comet on 13th return
1982 Shultz warns US will withdraw from UN if they vote to exclude Israel
1982 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1983 "Zorba" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 362 performances
1983 25th Ryder Cup: US, 14-13 at PGA National GC (Fla)
1983 Balt Orioles beat Phila Phillies, 4 games to 3 in 80th World Series
1984 Baboon heart transplanted into a 15-day-old baby girl
1984 Desmond Tutu, black Anglican Bishop, wins Nobel Peace Prize
1985 Intel introduces 32-bit 80386 microcomputer chip.
1985 Intel introduces 32-bit 80386 microcomputer chip.
1985 Challenger vehicle moves to launch pad for STS 61A mission
1985 Intel introduces 32-bit 80386 microcomputer chip
1985 KC Royals & St Louis Cardinals win their league championships
1985 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Herbert Hauptman & Jerome Karle
1986 "Raggedy Ann" opens at Nederlander Theater NYC for 5 performances
1986 Armand Hammer returns to US with Jewish refusenik David Goldfarb
1986 Marie Osmond marries Brian Blosil
1986 US govt closes down due to budget problems
1986 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1987 175-kph winds cause blackout in London, much of southern England
1987 338,500,000 shares traded on NY stock exchange (record)
1987 Dow Jones for 1st time falls more than 100 pts (108.35)
1987 Jessica McClure rescued 58 hrs after falling 22' into a well shaft
1987 Mike Tyson TKOs Tyrell Biggs in 7 for heavyweight boxing title
1987 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1988 "Smile Jamaica" concert for Hurricane Gilbert victims held in London
1988 Orel Hirsheiser, 1st to pitch shutout in playoff & World Series
1989 Bikenibau Paeniu installed as premier of Tuvalu
1989 Jan Syse becomes premier of Norway
1990 "Stand Up Tragedy" closes at Criterion Theater NYC after 13 perfs
1990 Reds Eric Davis is 22nd player to homer in his 1st World Series at bat
1990 Reds beat A's 7-0, ending Oakland's 10-game post-season winning streak
1990 US forces reach 200,000 in Persian Gulf
1991 George Jo Hennard, 35, kills 23 & himself & wounds 20 in Texas
1991 US Supreme Court begins to hear Joseph Doherty case
1991 Dallas Mavericks Roy Tarpley becomes 7th to be banned from NBA for life under the league's anti-drug agreement
1992 1,700th David Letterman Show
1992 1964 "Gilligan's Island" TV pilot 1st shown on TV (TBS)
1993 General Omar al-Bashir appointed Sudan president
1993 IRA bomb attack on fish & chips restaurant in Belfast, 10 killed
1994 Raul Julia, actor (Addams Family), suffers a stroke
1995 Allan Donald takes 8-71 as South Africa defeat Zimbabwe
1995 Brian Lara scores 169 in Sharjah ODI versus Sri Lanka
1995 Million Man March held in Wash DC (over 800,000 black men attend)
1995 ODI in Sharjah WI 7-333 in 50 overs beat Sri Lanka 329 all out
1997 "Side Show," opens at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC for 91 performances
1998 FreeBSD 3.0 released.
1998 FreeBSD 3.0 released.
1998 FreeBSD 3.0 released.
1998 FreeBSD 3.0 released.
1998 FreeBSD 3.0 released.

That's All....

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