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Tuesday, October 30, 2018.



Birthdays


1391 Eduard, [Dom Duarte], King of Portugal (1433-38)/author
1576 Enrico C Davila, Padua Italy, writer (Storia delguerre civili Francia)
1612 Paul Wirtz, [Wrtz], German/Neth army commander
1620 Michael de Ronghe, composer
1632 Richard Brinsley Sheridan, playwright (School for Scandal) (or 1751)
1683 George II [August], King of Great-Britain (1727-60)
1712 Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich, German painter
1735 John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801)
1735 Edward Miller, composer
1735 John Adams, Braintree (Quincy) Mass, 2nd president USA (1797-1801)
1735 John Adams, 2nd President (1797-1801)
1741 Angelica Kauffmann, Swiss painter
1787 Karl Guhr, composer
1790 Karol Joseph Lipinski, composer
1790 Rinse Posthumus, Frisian writer
1807 James Samuel Wadsworth, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1817 Hermann Kopp, German chemist (Jahresbericht of Chemistry)
1821 Cenobio Paniagua y Vasques, composer
1821 Fjodor Mikhailovich Dostoevski, Russian novelist (Idiot) [NS=11/11]
1829 Roscoe Conkling, MC (Union), died in 1888
1830 Fran‡ois Cr‚pin, Belgian botany
1830 John Stevens Bowen, Major General (Confederate Army) died in 1863
1839 Alfred Sisley, French impressionist painter
1840 J.J.B. Neuberg --1926
1840 J.J.B. Neuberg --1926
1840 J.J.B. Neuberg --1926
1840 J.J.B. Neuberg --1926
1840 Carlotta Patti, Italian soprano
1840 William G Sumner, US sociologist/political analyst
1840 J.J.B. Neuberg --1926
1843 A G Henri Regnault, French water colors painter
1844 G.H. Halphen --1889
1844 G.H. Halphen --1889
1844 G.H. Halphen --1889
1844 G.H. Halphen --1889
1844 G.H. Halphen --1889
1845 Gustav Weber, composer
1848 Zinovi P Rozhestvensky, Russian vice-admiral
1849 Johan Willem, son of Dutch princess Marianne & coachman
1857 John H Aberson, 1st chancellor (Dutch Agricultural University)
1864 Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, composer
1869 Lawrence Grant, Bournemouth England, actor (Bulldog Drummond)
1871 Paul Val‚ry, France, poet/essayist/critic (La Jeune)
1873 Francisco Madero, Mexican revolutionary, president (1911-13)
1873 Francisco Madero, Mexico, revolutionary, president (1911-13)
1873 Francisco Madero, Mexican revolutionary, president (1911-13)
1879 Eily Malyon, London, actress (Jane Eyre, I Married a Witch, Devotion)
1880 Abram F Joffe, Russian physicist (crystal)
1881 Lena Christ, writer
1882 William "Bull" F Halsey, US vice-admiral (WW II Pacific)
1884 Rudolf Forster, Grobming Austria, actor (Threepenny Opera)
1885 Ezra Pound
1885 Ezra Pound
1885 Ezra Pound
1885 Ezra Pound
1885 Ezra Pound
1885 Ezra Loomis Pound, Hailey Idaho, poet (Cantos)
1887 Eduardo Ciannelli, Italy, actor (Waldo-Johnny Staccato)
1887 Georg Heym, writer
1893 Charles Atlas
1893 Charles Atlas
1893 Charles Atlas
1893 Charles Atlas
1893 Charles Atlas
1893 Charles Atlas, [Angelo Siciliano], US, bodybuilder
1893 Jan M Romein, Dutch historian (Low Countries at Sea)
1893 Willi Apel, German/US musicologist (Harvard dictionary of music)
1894 Peter Warlock, composer
1896 Ruth Gordon
1896 Ruth Gordon
1896 Ruth Gordon
1896 Ruth Gordon
1896 Ruth Gordon
1896 Anatoly Grigor'yevich Novikov, composer
1896 Ruth Gordon, Mass, actress (Rosemary's Baby, Harold & Maude)
1899 Ernst H Ridder van Rappard, Dutch SS officer/founder (NSNAP)
1900 Augustin Lara, composer
1902 Armin Kaufmann, composer
1903 Konrad Friedrich Noetel, composer
1904 Alfred Gradstein, composer
1904 Paul D Stoop, US vice-admiral (WW II-Coral Sea)
1905 Christian Darnton, composer
1907 Albert Rice Leventhal, publisher (Little Golden Books)
1907 Gy”rgy R nki, Budapest Hungary, composer (H¢emberek)
1907 Renzo Cesana, Rome Italy, TV host (First Date, Continental)
1908 Franco Margola, composer
1908 Stuart Hamblen, Texas, singer/composer (This Old House)
1910 Miguel Hernadez Gilabert, Spain, poet (Viento del Pueblo)
1912 Gordon Parks
1912 Gordon Parks
1912 Gordon Parks
1912 Gordon Parks
1912 Gordon Parks
1912 Preston Lockwood, actor (House of Windsor, Black Candle)
1913 Joris No‰, Flemish literary
1914 Marion Ladewig, Mich, bowler (9 time woman bowler of year 1950-63)
1914 Marius Hendrikus Flothuis, Dutch composer/author (Mozart biography)
1914 Patsy Montana Ruby Blevins, singer
1915 Pierre Wissmer, Swiss composer (Capitaine Bruno)
1917 Ruth Hussey, Providence RI, actress (Another Thin Man, Phila Story)
1918 Robert Feller, MLB pitcher (Red Sox, led AL in strikeouts 7 times)
1918 Ted Williams, hitter (Red Sox, AL MVP '46, '49; Trip Crown '42, '47)
1919 Jane Randolph, singer, backup for Tony Orlando (Dawn)
1921 Charles Bronson, actor (Magnificent Seven, Dirty Dozen, Deathwish)
1924 Hannelore Weygrand, German FR, equestrian dressage (Oly-silver-1956)
1924 Serge Golovine, French ballet choreographer (Death of Narcissus)
1925 Gus Savage, (Rep-D-IL, 1981- )
1925 Teo Macero, composer
1927 Joseph Wilbur Adcock, manager/player (Braves)
1928 Ernest Flatt, choreographer (Carol Burnett Show)
1928 Michael Andrews, painter
1928 William Campbell, Newark NJ, actor (Jerry-Cannonball, Luke-Dynasty)
1929 Joan Ganz Cooney, founder (Children's Television Workshop)
1930 Clifford Brown, [Brownie], US jazz trumpeter/composer
1930 Marilyn Alex, Hollywood Calif, actress (Molly-Young & Restless)
1931 David Wilson, director of British Museum (1977-92)
1931 Dick Gautier, LA Calif, actor (Hymie-Get Smart, Mr Terrific)
1931 John Macchia, CA, actor (Beach Blanket Bingo, Beach Party)
1932 Louis Malle
1932 Louis Malle
1932 Louis Malle
1932 Louis Malle
1932 Louis Malle
1932 Louis Malle, France, director (Atlantic City, Black Moon, Viva Maria)
1933 Ken Berry, actor (Sam-Mayberry RFD, Vinton-Mama's Family)
1933 Michael S Dukakis, (Gov-D-Mass)/presidential candidate (D-1988)
1934 Hamilton Camp, London, actor (Andrew-He & She, Meatballs 2)
1935 Michael Winner, producer/director (Big Sleep, Death Wish)
1936 Jim Perry, pitcher (Cy Young Award 1970)
1936 Roy Emerson, tennis player (won 12 Majors in singles from 1961-67)
1937 Claude Lelouch
1937 Claude Lelouch
1937 Claude Lelouch
1937 Claude Lelouch
1937 Claude Lelouch
1937 Claude Lelouch, movie director (A Man & A Woman, Cat & Mouse, Bolero)
1937 Pat Williams, (Rep-D-Montana, 1979- )
1939 Grace Slick, rock singer (Jefferson Airplane)
1939 Eddie Holland, US singer/songwriter (Jamie, Leaving Here)
1939 Grace Slick, Chicago, rock vocalist (Jefferson Airplane-White Rabbit)
1939 Norman West, US singer (Soul Children, Hearsay, Give 'em Love)
1939 Grace Slick, rock singer (Jefferson Airplane)
1940 Ed Lauter, Long Beach NY, actor (Sheriff Cain-BJ & the Bear)
1940 Miguel Calder¢n-G¢mez, Havana, basketball player (Olympic-bronze-1972)
1941 Otis Williams, rocker (Temptations)
1942 Sven-David Sandstrom, composer
1943 Joanna Shimkus, Halifax NS, actress (Marriage of a Young Stockbroker)
1945 Henry Winkler
1945 Henry Winkler
1945 Henry Winkler
1945 Henry Winkler
1945 Henry Winkler
1945 Glenn Poshard, (Rep-D-Illinois)
1945 Henry Winkler, NYC, actor (Fonz-Happy Days, Night Shift)
1946 Andrea Mitchell, NYC, newscaster (NBC-TV, Summer Sunday USA)
1946 Chris Slade, rocker (AC/DC)
1946 Ian McGeechan, Scottish rugby player
1946 Lynne Marta, Phila Pa, actress (Love American Style)
1946 Robert L "Hoot" Gibson, Cooperstown NY, USN/ast (STS 41B,61C,27,47,71)
1947 Chris Komar, dancer
1947 Timothy B Schmidt, Oakland CA, rocker (Eagles)
1949 David Green, Melbourne Australia, rock bassist (Air Supply)
1949 Larry Holmes, boxer/heavyweight champ (1978-85)
1949 Otis Williams, [Otis Miles], TX, rock vocalist (Temptations)
1950 John T Doolittle, (Rep-R-California)
1950 Louise Duart, Quincy MA, comedienne (Paramount Comedy Theater # 5)
1950 Phil Chenier, NBA guard (Wash Bullets)
1951 Harry Hamlin
1951 Harry Hamlin
1951 Harry Hamlin
1951 Harry Hamlin
1951 Harry Hamlin
1951 Frank Pallone Jr, (Rep-D-New Jersey)
1951 Harry Hamlin, Pasadena Calif, actor (Michael Kuzak-LA Law)
1953 Alexander Fedorovich Poleshchuk, Moscow, cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-16)
1953 Charles Martin Smith, Van Nuys CA, actor (American Graffiti)
1953 Kathleen Cody, Bronx NY, actress (Charley & the Angel)
1953 Peter Hoekstra, (Rep-R-Michigan)
1954 JoAnne Russell, Miami Fla, tennis player (Wibeldon Double 1977)
1954 T Graham Brown, Arabi Ga, country singer (Come as you Were)
1955 Shanna Reed, KC Kansas, actress (Major Dad, Mirrors)
1956 Juliet Stevenson, Essex England, actress (Secret Rapture, Life Story)
1956 Leslie Webb, equestrian dressage (Olympics-96)
1956 Tim Roemer, (Rep-D-Indiana)
1957 Aleksandr Ivanovich Lazutkin, Russian cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-25)
1958 Kevin Pollak, SF, comedian (Usual Suspects, Grumpy Old Men)
1960 Diego Armando Maradona
1960 Diego Armando Maradona
1960 Diego Armando Maradona
1960 Diego Armando Maradona
1960 Diego Armando Maradona
1960 David Valle, Bayside NY, catcher (Texas Rangers)
1960 Diego A Maradona, Argentina/Italy soccer player (World Cup)
1960 Kim Thompson, Bath England, actress (Stealing Heaven)
1960 Monica Bellucci, Citta di Castello Italy, actress (Dracula)
1961 Hans Segers, soccer goaltender (PSV, Nottingham Forest, Wimbledon)
1962 Courtney Walsh, cricketer (WI pace bowler, hat-trick v Aust 1988)
1962 Danny Tartabull, Miami FL, outfielder (NY Yankees, Chic White Sox)
1962 Mark Portugal, LA Calif, pitcher (Cin Reds)
1963 Jerry de Borg, English pop guitarist (Jesus Jones-Real, Real, Real)
1963 Kristina Malandro Wagner, actress (Felicia Jones-General Hospital)
1963 Mike Veletta, cricketer (West Aussie opening bat, 8 Tests for Aust)
1963 Todd Sand, Burbank Calif, pairs skaters (Olympics-1994)
1964 Sandra H Magnus, Belleville Il, PhD/astronaut
1965 Charnele Brown, East Hampton NY, actress (Kim-A Different World)
1965 Kevin Edwards, NBA guard (NJ Nets)
1967 Gavin Rossdale
1967 Gavin Rossdale
1967 Gavin Rossdale
1967 Gavin Rossdale
1967 Gavin Rossdale
1967 Brenda Catherine Lawson, Wanganui NZ, double scull rower (Olympics-96)
1967 Pat Elynuik, Foam Lake, NHL right wing (Ottawa Senators)
1967 Ty Detmer, quarterback (Philadelphia Eagles)
1969 Brittany Gae Thompson, Portland Oregon, Miss Oregon-America (1991)
1969 Mayumi Hirase, Kumamoto Japan, LPGA golfer (Japan Jr-1985, 86, 87)
1970 Dino Philyaw, NFL running back (NE Patriots)
1970 James Pedro, Danvers Mass, lightweight judoka (Olympics-bronze-92, 96)
1970 Kevin Johnson, NFL defensive tackle (Phila Eagles, Oakland Raiders)
1970 Nia Long, Bkln NY, actress (Guiding Light, Made in America, Soul Food)
1970 Patrice Tardif, Thetford Mines, NHL center (LA Kings)
1970 Stefan Gamlin, WLAF offensive linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1970 Suvat Karadag, soccer player (FC Utrecht)
1970 Wim Bubberman, soccer player (Sparta)
1971 Edward "Ted" Murphy, Boston Mass, rower (Olympics-5th-1996)
1971 Henry Ford, NFL defensive end (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)
1972 Georgina Douglas, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1972 Patrice Denis, CFL linebacker (Edmonton Eskimos)
1972 Trevor Wilmot, NFL linebacker (Indianapolis Colts, Amsterdam Admirals)
1973 Ellis Johnson, NFL defensive back (Indianapolis Colts)
1973 Melissa Deanne Holiday, Greenwood SC, playmate (Jan, 1995)
1975 Joanne Malar, Hamilton Ontario, swimmer (Olympics-11-92, 96)
1975 Stephanie Camp, Rapid City SD, Miss America-SD (1997)
1976 Maurice Taylor, NBA forward (LA Clippers)

Events


701 John VI of Greece begins his reign as Catholic Pope
942 Alberic nominates Pope Marinus II (Martinus III)
1077 German king Henry IV gives away bisdom Utrecht county Staveren
1270 8th & last crusade is launched
1389 French king Charles VI visits pope Clemens VII
1468 Charles the Stout occupies & plunders Luik
1485 King Henry VII Tudor crowned "Yeomen of the Guard"
1489 Peace of Tours, between emperor Maximilian I & Flemings
1493 Christopher Columbus discovers island of Dominica
1503 Queen Isabella of Spain bans violence against indians
1534 English Parliament passes Act of Supremacy, making King Henry VIII head of the English church - a role formerly held by the Pope
1611 Gustaaf II Adolf (17) becomes king of Sweden
1629 King Charles I gives Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath
1697 Germany signs French/English/Spanish/Neth/Brandenburgs peace treaty ending 9 year War
1739 England declares war on Spain: War of Jenkin's Ear [NS=Oct 19]
1768 1st Methodist church in US initiated (Wesley Chapel, NYC)
1772 Capt Cook arrives with ship Resolution in Capetown
1775 1st navy in US forms
1851 Alfred de Mussets "Bettine," premieres in Paris
1862 Dr Richard Gatling patents machine gun
1864 Helena, capital of Montana, founded.
1864 Helena, capital of Montana, founded.
1864 Helena, Montana's capital, founded
1866 Jesse James gang robs bank in Lexington Missouri ($2000)
1868 John Menard of Louisiana is 1st black elected to Congress
1871 Phila Athletics beat Chicago for 1st Natl Assn baseball pennant
1873 P T Barnum's circus, "Greatest Show on Earth," debuts (NYC)
1883 Austria-Hungary/Germany/Romania signs military treaty
1886 Great-Britain/Germany divide boundaries in East-Africa
1888 In London, Jack the Ripper murders his last victim
1888 John J Loud patents ballpoint pen
1888 Ndebele-king Lobengula grants Cecil Rhodes, Mashonaland œ100 per month
1893 Senate approves repealing Sherman Silver Purchase Act of 1890
1894 Daniel Cooper patents time clock
1896 Martha Hughes Cannon of Utah becomes 1st female senator
1899 Battle at Ladysmith Natal: Boers beat lt-general Whites army
1899 British Morning Post reporter Winston Churchill reaches Capetown
1900 1st-ever US auto show opens in Madison Square Garden in NYC
1901 Battle at Bakenlaagte: lt-col Bensons unit vs Boers
1905 Tsar Nicholas II grants Russia a constitution.
1905 Tsar Nicholas II grants Russia a constitution.
1905 "October Manifesto" Russian Tsar Nicholas II grants civil liberties
1905 GB Shaw's "Mrs Warren's Profession," premieres in NYC
1905 Tsar of Russia accepts 1st Duma (Parliament)
1911 Clark Griffith is named manager of Wash Senators
1914 Allied offensive at Ypres (Belgium) begins
1917 British govt gives final approval to Balfour Declaration
1918 Slovakia asks for creation of Czechoslovakian state
1919 Baseball league presidents call for abolishment of spitball
1922 Anxious to compete with the Yankees, the NY Giants pay $65,000 & 3 players for Jack Bentley (hits .349 & is 13-1 as pitcher in 1922)
1922 Mussolini forms govt in Italy
1925 KUT-AM in Austin TX begins radio transmissions
1930 Turkey & Greece sign a treaty of friendship
1931 W2XB TV channel 1 in NYC, NY (NBC) begins broadcasting
1938 Orson Welles panics nation with broadcast: "War of the Worlds"
1938 Orson Welles panics nation with broadcast: "War of the Worlds"
1938 Orson Welles panics a nation with broadcast of "War of the Worlds"
1939 USSR & Germany agree on partitioning Poland, Hitler deports Jews
1939 German U boat fails on attack of English battleship Nelson with Winston Churchill, Dudley Pound & Charles Forbes aboard
1940 Cole Porters musical "Panama hattie," premieres in NYC
1941 USS Reuben James torpedoed by Germans, even though US is not in war
1942 8th day of battle at El Alamein: new Australian assault
1942 US aircraft carrier Enterprise reaches Noum‚a
1943 Italian director Federico Fellini marries actress Giulietta Masina
1943 Molotov-Eden-Cordell Hull accord over operations at UN
1943 Soviet forces under Tolbuchin stick Sivash-bay about
1944 Aaron Copland's "Appalachian Spring," premieres in Wash DC
1944 Anne Frank (of Diary fame) is deported from Auschwitz to Belsen
1944 Last transport for Auschwitz arrives in Birkenau
1944 Scottish Highlanders liberate Waalwijk
1944 Sweden announces intention to stay neutral & refuse sanctuary in WW II
1944 Tholen Island freed
1945 US government announces end of shoe rationing.
1945 US government announces end of shoe rationing.
1945 Branch Rickey signs Jackie Robinson to a Montreal Royals
1945 US government announces end of shoe rationing
1947 23 countries sign GATT agreement in Geneva
1947 Darius Milhauds 3rd Symphony "Hymnus Ambrosianus," premieres in Paris
1948 20 die & 6,000 made ill by smog in Donora Pennsylvania
1948 Operation Hiram: Israelis take control of Galilee
1949 "Lost in the Stars" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 281 perfs
1949 Kurt Weill & Maxwell Anderson's musical premieres in NYC
1950 David Diamond's 3rd Symphony, premieres
1951 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1952 Clarence Birdseye sells 1st frozen peas
1953 Dr. Albert Schweitzer receives Nobel Peace Prize for 1952.
1953 General George C. Marshall is awarded Nobel Peace Prize.
1953 Dr. Albert Schweitzer receives Nobel Peace Prize for 1952.
1953 General George C. Marshall is awarded Nobel Peace Prize.
1953 Dr Albert Schweitzer & Gen George C Marshall win Nobel Peace Prize
1954 Defense Department announces elimination of all segregated regiments
1954 Linus Pauling won the Nobel prize in chemistry
1954 US Armed Forces end segregation of races
1955 Imtiaz Ahmed scores 209 v NZ, the record for a no 8 batsman
1956 Israel captures Egyptian militay post at El-Thamad
1956 Dodgers sell Ebbets Field to a real estate group They agree to stay until 1959, with an option to stay until 1961
1957 Dmitri Sjostakovitch's 11th Symphony premieres in Moscow
1957 Soviet Union launches, Sputnik II, carrying a dog named Laika
1957 WLWI (now WTHR) TV channel 13 in Indianapolis, IN (ABC) 1st broadcast
1957 WYTV TV channel 33 in Youngstown, OH (ABC) begins broadcasting
1960 Guatemala's "La Hora" reports plan for invasion on Cuba
1961 Soviet Union detonates a 58 megaton hydrogen bomb
1961 Soviet Party Congress unanimously approves a resolution removing Josef Stalin's body from Lenin's tomb in Red Square.
1961 Soviet Union detonates a 58 megaton hydrogen bomb
1961 Soviet Party Congress unanimously approves a resolution removing Josef Stalin's body from Lenin's tomb in Red Square.
1961 Soviet Union tests a 58 megaton hydrogen bomb
1961 UN unanimously elects U Thant acting secretary general of the UN
1961 Soviet Party Congress unanimously approves a resolution removing Stalin's body from Lenin's tomb in Red Square
1962 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Johnston Island
1963 Morocco & Algeria signs cease fire
1963 Sandy Koufax wins NL MVP award
1964 Tran Van Huong appointed premier of South Vietnam
1965 Clifford Ann Creed wins LPGA Las Cruces Golf Open
1965 Fireworks explosions kill 50 in Cartagena, Colombia
1966 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Las Cruces Ladies Golf Open
1967 Arthur Allyn says White Sox will play 9 games in Milwaukee in 1968
1967 Ferdinand Bracke bicycles world record time (48,093 km)
1967 USSR Kosmos 186 & 188 make 1st automatic docking & Venmera 13 launch
1968 Jaqueline Kennedy marries Aristotle Onassis on the island of Scorpios
1968 Nobel prize for chemistry awarded to Lars Onsager (thermodynamics)
1968 Nobel prize for physics awarded to Luis Alvarez (bubble chamber)
1968 Queen Juliana opens IJ tunnel in Amsterdam
1969 WXPO (now WNDS) TV channel 50 in Manchester, NH (IND) 1st broadcast
1970 KVEW TV channel 42 in Kennewick, WA (ABC) begins broadcasting
1972 45 die in a train crash in Chicago Ill
1972 Worst US rail accident in 14 years; 45 die in Chicago
1973 Tom Seaver becomes 1st non-20-game winner to win Cy Young award
1974 Calif Angel Nolan Ryan throws fastest recorded pitch (100.9 MPH)
1974 Catfish Hunter is named AL Cy Young Award
1974 Muhammad Ali KOs George Foreman in 8th round in Kinshasa Zaire
1975 Giants pitcher John "the Count of" Montefusco wins NL Rookie of Year
1975 John Bucyk, Boston, became 7th NHLer to score 500 goals
1975 Juan Carlos assumes power in Spain
1975 NY Daily News runs headline "Ford to City: Drop Dead"
1976 "Going Up" closes at John Golden Theater NYC after 49 performances
1976 Jane Pauley becomes news co-anchor of Today Show
1976 Rev Joseph Evans elected president of United Church of Christ
1977 Panama 747SP lands after polar flight around Earth in record 54:07
1978 Laura Nickel & Curt Noll find 25th Mersenne prime, 2 ^ 21701 - 1.
1978 Laura Nickel & Curt Noll find 25th Mersenne prime, 2 ^ 21701 - 1.
1978 Laura Nickel & Curt Noll find 25th Mersenne prime, 2 ^ 21701-1
1978 Uganda troops attack Tanzania
1979 NASA launches space vehicle S-203
1979 Richard Arrington elected mayor of Birmingham
1980 Honduras & El Salvador settle their boundary dispute
1980 NASA launches Flt Satcom-4
1982 Portugal revises constitution
1984 Tigers reliever Willie Hernandez wins AL Cy Young Award
1985 Space Shuttle Challenger carries 8 crewmen (2 Germans, 1 Dutch).
1985 Space Shuttle Challenger carries 8 crewmen (2 Germans, 1 Dutch).
1985 22nd Space Shuttle Mission (61-A)-Challenger 9-launched
1986 Discovery moves to OPF where more than 200 modification are made
1988 2 gambling clubs & 1 player share 61.38 M California lotto jackpot
1988 Beth Daniel wins Nichirei Ladies Cup US-Japan Team Golf Championship
1988 Jim Elliott (US) completes 24-hr paced outdoor race for 548.9 mi
1988 NY Jets finally beat Pittsburgh Steelers for 1st time
1989 August A Busch III becomes CEO of St Louis Cards
1989 Smith Dairy at Orrville Ohio, makes largest milk shake (1,575.2 gal)
1990 England-France complete "Chunnel"
1991 Colombian govt negotiate with M-19-guerrilla
1991 Mark Sauer becomes CEO of Pitts Pirates
1991 Mid East peace conference begins in Madrid Spain
1991 Singer Clint Black (34) weds actress Lisa Hartman (29)
1992 MTA begins installing automated fare collection turnstiles
1993 Toronto Maple Leafs lose 1st game of season after going 10-0-0
1994 Leftist coalition wins Marcedonia parliamentary election
1994 Thomas Nicely reports bug in Intel's Pentium-processor on Internet
1994 US wins Nichirei LPGA Golf International
1995 Quebec Referendum votes to remain part of Canada
1997 "Cherry Orchard," opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC
1997 Shirley Allen, 51, held Illinois police off for 39 days captured

That's All....

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