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Thursday, October 18, 2018.



Birthdays


1239 Stefanus V, prince of Transylvania/king of Hungary (1270-72)
1405 Pius II, [Aenea S Piccolomini], Italian pope (1458-64) (Cynthia)
1547 Justus Lipsius, [Joost Lips], Dutch classic philologist/historian
1611 Valentin Strobel, composer
1638 Lars Johnstown, [Lasse Lucidor], Swedish poet
1663 Frans Eugenius, duke/prince of Savoye/land guardian of Austria-Neth
1668 Johan Georg IV, elector of Saxony (1691-94)
1668 Wierich PL earl von Daun, Austrian prince of Thiano/fieldmarshall
1697 Giovanni Canaletto, Venetian painter (Venicei Regatta on Grand Canal)
1706 Baldassare Galuppi, Italian composer (opera's buffa)
1712 Jeremias van Riemsdijk, gov-general of Dutch Indies (1775-77)
1753 Jean J R de Cambac‚rŠ, French lawyer/minister of justice
1774 Adolfs Mller, writer
1777 Heinrich von Kleist, German dramatist, poet
1777 Heinrich von Kleist, Germany, dramatist/poet (Penthesilea)
1777 Heinrich von Kleist, German dramatist, poet
1785 Thomas Love Peacock, English author (Headlong Hall)
1789 Giovanni Tadolini, composer
1794 Ferdinand Lukas Schubert, composer
1804 Rama IV, [Phra Chomklao Chaoyuhua], king of Thailand (1851-68)
1806 John Breckinridge Grayson, Brig Genl (Confederate Army), died in 1861
1811 Hugh Thompson Reid, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1874
1818 Edward Otho Cresap Ord, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1883
1818 Jos‚ da Silva Mendes Leal, Portuguese author (Gl¢ria e Mart”rio)
1824 Juan Valera bon Alcal  Galiano, Spanish author (Pepita Jim‚nez)
1829 Charles Sidney Winder, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1862
1829 Lucius Marshall Walker, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1863
1831 Frederik III NK of Hohenzollern, German Kaiser/king of Prussia
1833 Johannes Habert, composer
1837 Friedrich W Mengelberg, German sculptor/painter
1844 Emille-Louis-Victor Mathieu, composer
1850 Francis Thome, composer
1854 Bill Murdoch, cricketer (great pioneer of Australian Test cricket)
1854 Solomon A Andree, Swedish engineer/balloonist/Artic explorer
1859 Henri Bergson, France, philosopher (Creative Evolution-Nobel 1927)
1871 Louis de Vries, Dutch actor (Ghetto)
1872 Josephine CMA, princess of Belgium/nun
1875 James E K Aggrey, Ghana, US theologian/educationalist
1875 Len Braund, cricketer (great England all-rounder in 23 Tests 1901-08)
1877 Florence Dahl Walrath, humanitarian, founded Cradle society
1878 James Truslow Adams, historian (Pul-1921, Founding of New England)
1879 Grzlegorz Fitelberg, composer
1889 Fannie Hurst, novelist (Anatomy of Me)
1890 [Agathe] Henri‰tte [M de Beaufort], Dutch author (Rembrandt)
1891 Vaclav Kalik, composer
1892 Leo G Carroll, Weedon England, actor (Topper, Man From Uncle)
1893 Roy Del Ruth, DE, director (About Face, Babe Ruth Story, Star Show)
1893 Sidney Holland, NZ, PM of NZ (1949-57)
1894 Tibor D‚ry, writer
1895 Raymond Brulez, Flemish author (Appearance at Kallista)
1898 George Cuzon, Amersham England, actor (Hooded Terror)
1898 Lotte Lenya, Vienna Austria, actor/singer (Appointment, Semi-Tough)
1898 Raymond Glenn, Frankfort KY, actor (Raisin in the Sun, Carmen Jones)
1898 Shin'ichi Suzuki, composer
1900 Lotte Lenya
1900 Lotte Lenya
1900 Lotte Lenya
1900 Lotte Lenya
1900 Lotte Lenya
1901 Vladimir Grigor'yevich Zakharov, composer
1902 Miriam Hopkins, Bainbridge GA, actress (Becky Sharp, These Three)
1903 Ambrose Thibodeaux, cajun accordionist
1903 Emile Enthoven, composer
1905 Felix Houphouet-Boigny, pres of Ivory coast (1960-93)
1906 James Brooks, US mural painter (Acquisition of Long Island)
1906 Sidney Kiescher Kingslei, playwright
1907 Alexander Hardie Williamson, artist
1910 Albertus "Bert" Botterman, actor (Bridge Too Far)
1910 Vojislav Vuckovic, composer
1915 Victor Sen Yung, SF Calif, actor (Hop Sing-Bonanza, Bachelor Family)
1916 Peter Shepherd, English contractor/multi-millionaire
1918 Bobby Troup, Harrisburg Pa, pianist/actor (Emergency, Acapulco)
1918 James Cameron Tudor, politician
1918 Konstantinos Mitsottakis, premier of Greece (1990- )
1918 Willem J "Molly" Geertsema, Dutch liberal/interior minister)
1919 Pierre Trudeau, Canadien
1919 Pierre Elliott Trudeau, (L) 15th Canadian PM (1968-79, 1980-84)
1919 Pierre Trudeau, Canadien
1920 Anita O'Day, vocalist/actress (Outfit, Zigzag, Jazz on a Summer Day)
1921 Jesse Helms
1921 Jesse Helms
1921 Jesse Helms
1921 Jesse Helms
1921 Jesse Helms
1921 Jesse Helms, (Sen-D/R-North Carolina, 1973- )
1922 Camillo Togni, composer
1922 Little Orphan Annie, comic strip character
1922 Richard Stankiewicz, US sculptor (1974 Akston Award, 1966 Brandeis)
1923 Melina Mercouri
1923 Melina Mercouri
1923 Melina Mercouri
1923 Melina Mercouri
1923 Melina Mercouri
1923 Suzanne Perlman, Hungarian/Dutch Antilian painter
1924 Allyn Ferguson, San Jose Calif, orch leader (Andy Williams Show)
1924 Egil Hovland, composer
1924 Frank Liedel, [Leo van Assche], Flemish writer (Kaperbrief)
1925 Melina Mercouri, Athens Greece, actress/politician (Never on a Sunday)
1925 Wim van Gennep, Dutch singer/keyboardist (Heikrekels)
1926 Chuck Berry Rock 'n' roll star
1926 Chuck Berry, St Louis, rocker (Roll over Beethoven)
1926 George C Scott, Wise Va, actor (Patton, Bible, Taps, Hardcore)
1926 Klaus Kinski, [Nikolas Naksynski], Poland, actor (Little Drummer Girl)
1926 Thomas Millar, historian
1926 Chuck Berry Rock 'n' roll star
1927 George C. Scott, actor (Patton)
1927 Ramesh Divecha, cricketer (eleven wickets for India in early 50's)
1927 George C. Scott, actor (Patton)
1928 Keith Jackson, Carrolton Ga, sportscaster (ABC Monday Night Football)
1928 R H "Deepak" Shodhan, cricketer (century on Test debut for India)
1929 Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, president of Nicaragua (1990- )
1930 Frank Carlucci, National Security Adviser/Sec of Defense (1987-89)
1931 Catharina I "Ien" Dales, Dutch Internal minister (1989-94)
1933 Forrest Gregg, NFL tackle (Green Bay Packers, Dallas Cowboys)
1933 Peter Boyle, Phila, actor (Joe, Candidate, Everybody Loves Raymond)
1934 Inger Stevens, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Katy-Farmer's Daughter)
1935 John B Coleman, Boston, hotel magnate (Ritz Carlton)
1935 Jorge Cervello, composer
1938 Ronnie Bright, rocker (Coasters)
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald
1939 Mike Ditka
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald
1939 Mike Ditka
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald
1939 Mike Ditka
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald
1939 Mike Ditka
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald
1939 Mike Ditka
1939 Lee Harvey Oswald, assassin (JFK)
1939 Mike Ditka, coach/tight-end (Bears, Cowboys, NFL rookie year 1961)
1942 Willie Horton, baseball slugger (Detroit Tigers)
1943 Russ Giguere, Portsmouth NH, rock guitarist/vocalist (Association)
1944 Katherine Kurtz, UK, sci-fi author (Deryni Rising, Saint Camber)
1945 Christopher Shays, (Rep-R-Connecticut)
1947 Laura Nyro
1947 Laura Nyro
1947 Laura Nyro
1947 Laura Nyro
1947 Laura Nyro
1947 Joe Morton, NYC, actor (Hal-Grady, Abel Marsh-Another World)
1947 John Johnson, NBA (Seattle SuperSonic)
1947 Laura Nyro, Bronx, singer/songwriter (Eli's Coming, Stoney End)
1947 Luc Journet, Belgian physician (Order of Zonnetempel)
1948 Isabel E Allen, biostatician
1949 Gary Richrath, Peoria IL, rock guitarist (REO Speedwagon)
1950 Merry Martin, Camden Mich, actress (Leslie-Peter Loves Mary)
1950 Patrick L Swindall, (Rep-R-GA, 1985- )
1950 Sheila White, London England, actress (I Claudius)
1951 Pam Dawber
1951 Pam Dawber
1951 Pam Dawber
1951 Pam Dawber
1951 Pam Dawber
1951 Pam Dawber, Detroit, actress (Mindy-Mork & Mindy, My Sister Sam)
1952 Ketih Knudsen, Ames IA, rocker (Doobie Brothers)
1952 Roy Dias, cricketer (pioneering Sri Lankan Test batsman)
1956 Martina Navratilova, tennis champ, in Prague Czechoslovakia
1956 Martina Navratilova, Revnice Czech, tennis (Wimbledon 1989,79,82-87)
1956 Martina Navratilova, tennis champ, in Prague Czechoslovakia
1957 Jon Lindstrom, Medford Ore, actor (Kevin Collins-General Hospital)
1958 Hal Haenel, St Louis Mo, star yachter (Olympics-8th-1988, 92, 96)
1958 James M Talent, (Rep-R-Missouri)
1958 Jean-Claude Van Damme, Brussels Belgium, actor (Kickboxer, No Retreat)
1958 Kjell Samuelsson, Tyngsryd Swe, NHL defenseman (Phila Flyers)
1960 Jean-Claude Van Damme
1960 Jean-Claude Van Damme
1960 Jean-Claude Van Damme
1960 Jean-Claude Van Damme
1960 Jean-Claude Van Damme
1960 Doug Lidster, Kamloops, NHL defenseman (NY Rangers)
1960 Emily Arth, Evanston Ill, playmate (Jun, 1988)
1961 Wynton Marsalis
1961 Wynton Marsalis
1961 Wynton Marsalis
1961 Wynton Marsalis
1961 Wynton Marsalis
1961 Eric Jespersen, Port Alberni BC, star yachter (Olympics-bronze-92, 96)
1961 Erin Moran, Burbank Calif, actress (Happy Days, Joanie Loves Chachi)
1961 Gladstone Small, cricketer (in Barbados England quickie with no neck)
1961 Wynton Marsalis, New Orleans La, jazz trumpeter (Grammy 1983)
1962 Jody Anschutz, Minneapolis, LPGA golfer (1987 du Maurier Ltd Classic)
1962 Vincent Spano, Brooklyn NY, actor (Alphabet City, Maria's Lovers)
1964 Etsuko Inoue, Japan, tennis star
1964 George Ferris, cricketer (Leewards fast bowler)
1965 Fayette Purser, Sydney Australia, golfer (NSW State Rep 1987-88)
1966 Alan Mills, Lakeland Florida, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)
1966 Angela Visser, Neth, Miss Universe (1989)
1966 Denise Philbrick, LPGA golfer
1966 Jerod Swallow, Ann Arbor Mich, dance skater (& Punsalan-1997 Natls)
1966 Kristine Middeler, Felicity Oh, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-13th-1994)
1967 Gary John Anderson, Wanganui NZ, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1968 Denisa Szabova, Bratislava Czech, tennis star (1987 Futures-GER)
1968 Michael Stich, Germany, tennis star
1968 Narendra Hirwani, cricketer (Ind leggie 16 wickets v WI on debut 1988)
1968 Stuart Law, cricketer (prolific Queensland batsman, Australia 1995)
1969 Anthony Avent, NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies)
1970 Bob Kennedy, Bloomington Indiana, 5k runner
1970 Camille Spitaleri, Mountain View Ca, female infielder (Silver Bullets)
1970 Mark Schenning, Dutch soccer player (Go Ahead Eagles)
1970 Shane Bonham, NFL defensive linesman (Detroit Lions)
1971 Bob Whitfield, NFL tackle (Atlanta Falcons)
1971 Emmett Waldron, WLAF linebacker (Scottish Claymores)
1971 Karen J McNenny, Missoula Montana, Miss Montana-America (1991)
1971 Tammy Harris, Williamstown NY, Miss America-New York State (1997)
1972 Angie Marzetta, Norfolk Virginia, female outfielder (Silver Bullets)
1972 James Stream Thurmond Jr, son of US senator Strom Thurmond
1973 Demetrious Maxie, CFL defensive end (Toronto Argonauts)
1973 John Baldwin Jr, Dallas TX, figure skater (1996 SW Pacific Sr champ)
1975 Rebeca Tamez, Miss Mexico Universe (1997)
1977 Chris McKenna, Queens NY, actor (Joey-One Live to Live)
1981 Richard Vuu, actor (Last Emperor)

Events


Orionid meteor shower, radiant in Orion.
The start of the Moslem New Year.
Orionid meteor shower, radiant in Orion.
The start of the Moslem New Year.
707 John VII ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1016 Danes defeat Saxons at Battle of Assandun (Ashingdon)
1081 Battle at Durazzo/Drres: Normans under Robert Guiscard beat Byzantine
1210 Pope Innocent III excommunicates German emperor Otto IV
1267 Battle at Marienholz: Henry III, Otto II van Gelre beat Keuls archbishop Engelbert III
1534 New pursuit of French protestants
1564 John Hawkins begins 2nd trip to America
1572 Spanish troops attack Maastricht
1622 French King Louis XIII & Huguenots sign treaty of Montpellier
1648 1st US labor organization forms (Boston Shoemakers)
1667 English fleet plunders Suriname plantations
1672 Poland & Turkey sign Peace of Buczacz
1685 Louis XIV revokes Edict of Nantes, outlaws Protestantism.
1685 Louis XIV revokes Edict of Nantes, outlaws Protestantism.
1685 French king Louis XIV revoked Edict van Nantes
1685 Louis XIV revokes Edict of Nantes, outlaws Protestantism
1748 Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, ends War of Austrian Succession
1752 Premiere of Rousseau's opera "Le Devin du Village"
1767 Boundary between MD & PA, Mason Dixon line, agreed upon
1776 In a NY bar decorated with bird tail, customer orders "cock tail"
1776 Battle of Pelham: Col John Glover & Marblehead regiment meet British Forces in Bronx
1855 Franz Liszt's "Prometheus," premieres
1862 Morgan's raiders capture federal garrison at Lexington, KY
1863 Battle of Charlestown, WV
1867 US takes formal possession of Alaska from Russia ($7.2 million).
1867 US takes formal possession of Alaska from Russia ($7.2 million).
1867 US takes formal possession of Alaska from Russia ($7.2 million)
1869 The United States take possession of Alaska.
1869 The United States take possession of Alaska.
1869 Henrik Ibsen's "De Unges Forbund," premieres in Christiania (Oslo)
1873 The Ivy League establishes rules for college football.
1873 The Ivy League establishes rules for college football.
1873 1st football game between Toronto Argonauts & Hamilton Tigers
1873 Columbia Princeton Rutgers & Yale set rules for collegiate football
1878 Edison makes electricity available for household usage
1887 Start of Sherlock Holmes adventure "A Case of Identity" (BG)
1889 1st all NYC World Series NY Giants (NL) play Bkln (AA)
1890 John Owen is 1st man to run 100 yd dash in under 10 seconds
1891 1st international 6-day bicycle race in US (MSG, NYC) begins
1892 1st commercial long-distance phone line opens (Chicago - NYC)
1892 1st commercial long-distance phone line opens (Chicago - NYC)
1892 1st commercial long-distance phone line opens (Chicago-NY)
1898 American flag raised in Puerto Rico
1901 Belgium's Louise of den Plas begins activities towards women rights
1904 Mahlers 5th symphony premieres in Cologne
1908 Belgium annexes Congo Free State
1909 Comte de Lambert of France sets airplane altitude record of 300 m
1910 Edward Forster publishes "Howards End"
1912 Beginning of 1st Balkan War
1912 Italo-Turkish war ends
1913 Austrian-Hungary demands that Serbia & Albania leave
1915 3rd Italians offensive at Isonzo
1918 Czechoslovakia declares Independence from Austro-Hungarian Empire
1918 NHL's Qu‚bec Bulldogs sold to a Toronto businessman P J Quinn
1918 Russian 10th Army drives out White armies of Tsaritsyn (Stalingrad)
1922 British Broadcasting Corporation, the BBC, is established.
1922 British Broadcasting Corporation, the BBC, is established.
1922 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) forms
1924 Harold "Red" Grange, finest collegiate football game (4 long TD runs)
1924 Notre Dame beats Army 13-7, NY Hearld Tribune dubs them (4 Horsemen)
1925 -20] French Gen Sarrail bombs Damascus
1925 Salt Lake City (PCL) Tony Lazzeri hits his 60th HR of the season
1926 Frankfurter Zeitung publishes Lenins political testament
1930 Joseph Sylvester becomes 1st jockey to win 7 races in 1 day
1932 Belgium govt of Renkin falls
1934 Chinese Red leader under Mao Tse Tung begins Long March
1939 R Rodgers & Lorenz Harts "Too Many Girls," premieres in NYC
1940 Kaufman & Harts "George Washington Slept Here," premieres in NYC
1941 Spy Richard Sorge arrested in Tokyo
1942 Hitler orders allied commandos to be killed
1943 US bombing of Bougainville, Solomon Island
1944 Eisenhower, Bradley & Montgomery confer in Brussel
1944 Soviet troops invade Czechoslovakia during WW II
1945 Nazi war crime trial opens in Nuremberg
1945 Paul Robeson wins Spingarn Medal for singing & acting achievements
1946 Aaron Copland's 3rd Symphony, premieres
1948 Operation 10 Plagues - Israeli offensive against Egyptian army
1950 Connie Mack retires as manager of A's after 50 years
1951 USSR performs nuclear test
1952 "Buttrio Square" closes at New Century Theater NYC after 7 perfs
1952 Vinoo Mankad takes 13 Pakistan wkts to win 1st India-Pak clash
1953 WLJT TV channel 11 in Lexington, TN (PBS) begins broadcasting
1953 WTVK TV channel 26 in Knoxville, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting
1953 Willie Thrower becomes 1st black NFL quarterback in modern times
1954 Hurricane Hazel (3rd of 1954) becomes most severe to hit US
1954 WBTW TV channel 13 in Florence, SC (CBS/ABC) begins broadcasting
1954 WNBC radio changes call letters to WRCA (NYC)
1955 Track & Field names Jesse Owens all-time track athelete
1955 University of California discovers anti-proton
1960 Casey Stengel retired by NY Yankees (won 10 pennants in 12 years)
1960 In Britain, News Chronicle & Daily Mail merge, & London Evening Star merges with Evening News
1961 Emergency crisis proclaimed in South Vietnam due to commun attack
1962 Watson of US, Crick & Wilkins of Britain win Nobel Prize for Medicine for work in determining the structure of DNA.
1962 Watson of US, Crick & Wilkins of Britain win Nobel Prize for Medicine for work in determining the structure of DNA.
1962 JFK meets Russian minister of Foreign affairs Andrei Gromyko
1962 Tony Sheridan & Beat Brothers record "Let's Dance"
1962 US launches Ranger 5 for lunar impact; misses Moon
1962 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Johnston Island
1962 Dr Watson (US) & Drs Crick & Wilkins (Britain) win Nobel Prize for Medicine for work in determining structure of DNA
1963 IOC votes Mexico City to host 1968 Olympics
1964 Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Mickey Wright Golf Invitational
1966 "Apple Tree" opens at Shubert Theater NYC for 463 performances
1967 Nobel prize for physics awarded to Hans A Bethe
1967 Soviet Venera 4 becomes 1st probe to send data back from Venus
1967 Walt Disney's "Jungle Book" is released
1967 AL votes to allow Athletics to move from KC to Oakland & expand league to 12 teams in 1971 with KC & Seattle teams
1968 Robert Beaman of US broad jumps a record 8.90 m. Still stands.
1968 US Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith & John Carlos, for giving `black power' salute as a protest during victory ceremony
1968 Robert Beaman of US broad jumps a record 8.90 m. Still stands.
1968 US Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith & John Carlos, for giving `black power' salute as a protest during victory ceremony
1968 Bob Beamon of USA sets long jump record (29'2«") in Mexico City
1968 Circus Circus opens in Las Vegas
1968 John Lennon & Yoko One fined œ150 for marijuana possession
1968 Lee Evans sets world record of 43.8 seconds in 400 meter dash
1968 Police find 219 grains of cannabis resin in John & Yoko's apt
1968 US Olympic Committee suspends Tommie Smith & John Carlos for giving "black power" salute as a protest during victory ceremony
1969 Federal govt bans use of cyclamates artificial sweeteners
1969 Jefferson Airplanes Paul Kanter, arrested for marijuana possession
1969 Rod Stewart joins Small Faces
1969 Soyuz 8 returns to Earth
1970 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Quality Chekd Golf Classic
1970 Sachio Kinugasa begins 2,215 cons game streak for Hiroshima Carp
1973 "Raisin" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 847 performances
1973 Congress authorizes bi-centennial quarter, half-dollar & dollar coin
1973 Judd Woldon & Robert Brittens musical "Raisin," premieres in NYC
1973 Nobel prize for economy awarded to Wassily Leontief
1974 1st NBA game at Market Square Arena - Pacers beat Spurs 129-121
1974 Andr‚ van de Louw appointed mayor of Rotterdam
1974 Wings (Country Hams) release "Walking in the Park with Eloise"
1974 Chicago Bull Nate Thurmond becomes 1st in NBA to complete a quadruple double-22 pts, 14 rebounds, 13 assists & 12 blocks
1975 Simon & Garfunkel reunite on SNL, sing "My Little Town"
1975 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1976 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to William N Lipscomb Jr
1977 1st Islander 0-0 tie-Kings at Nassau-25th time shutout-Resch's 15th
1977 NY Yankees win their 21st World Championship, 4 games
1977 W German commandos liberate Boeing 737, 86 hostages at Mogadishu
1977 Reggie Jackson hits 3 consecutive homers tying Ruth's series record
1977 Yanks beat Dodgers 8-4 for 21st world championship, 1st in 15 years
1978 1st daughter Susan Ford announces engagement to Charles F Vance
1978 NY Islanders 1st scoreless tie, vs LA Kings
1979 "Beatlemania" opens in London
1979 Iranian Ayatollah Khomeini orders mass executions to stop
1979 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1979 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1980 Brooke Alexander, 18, of Hawaii, crowned Miss World USA
1980 Detroit blocks 21 Atlanta shots setting NBA record (double OT)
1981 Andreas Papandreous' PASOK wins Greek elections
1981 NY Giant Joe Danelo ties NFL record of 6 field goals in a game
1981 Poland General Jaruzelski elected party leader
1984 Discovery moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS 51A mission
1984 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1988 Israel's supreme court uphold's ban on Kahane`s Kach Party as racist
1988 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1989 East German state/party leader Erich Honecker, resigns
1989 Hungary revises constitution
1989 US 62nd manned space mission STS 34 (Atlantis 5) launches into orbit
1990 "Once on this Island" opens at Booth Theater NYC for 469 performances
1991 "Most Happy Fella" closes at NY State Theater NYC
1991 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1992 "Oba Oba '93" closes at Marquis Theater NYC after 22 performances
1992 1st non-US team to win a World Series Game; Toronto 5, Atlanta 4
1992 6.6 earthquake hits Colombia with no fatalities
1992 Phila Eagle Randall Cunningham sets NFL QB scramble record of 3,683
1992 Start of Zimbabwe's 1st Test match, v India at Harare
1993 STS-58 (Columbia) launches into orbit
1995 NHL Winnipeg Jets sold to Americans who plan to move them to Phoenix
1998 Samsung World Championship of Women's Golf

That's All....

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