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Thursday, October 4, 2018.



Birthdays


1289 Louis X (the Stubborn), king of France (1314-16)
1289 Louis X, the Stubborn, king of France (1314-16)
1289 Louis X (the Stubborn), king of France (1314-16)
1515 Lucas Cranach, the Younger, German painter
1542 Roberto Bellarmino, Italian theologist/diplomat
1550 Charles IX, King of Sweden
1607 Francisco de Rojas Zorrilla, Span playwright (Del Rey Abajo Ninguno)
1626 Richard Cromwell, lord protector of England (1658-59)
1626 Richard Cromwell, lord protector of England (1658-59)
1626 Richard Cromwell, lord protector of England (1658-59)
1633 Anton Ulrich, German duke of Brunswick/Wolfenbttel/poet
1659 Franz Weichlein, composer
1720 Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Italian etcher
1744 Domenico Corri, composer
1749 Jean-Louis Duport, composer
1762 Tommaso Sogner, composer
1772 Fran‡ois-Louis Perne, composer
1787 Fran‡ois P G Guizot, French historian/politician
1796 John Richardson, Canadian writer (Wacousta, or the prophecy)
1797 J Gotthelf, writer
1804 "Felix", cricketer (Nicholas Wanostracht)
1809 Albrecht F H, prince of Prussia
1809 Robert Cumming Schenck, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890
1810 Alexander Walewski, French earl/foreign minister/Napoleon I's son
1816 Egbert Benson Brown, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1902
1818 Francesco Crispi, Italian minister of War/premier
1822 Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President (1877-1881)
1822 Rutherford Birchard Hayes, Delaware Ohio, (R) 19th pres (1877-81)
1822 Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President (1877-1881)
1832 William Griggs, inventor (photo chromo lithography)
1836 Juliette Adam-Lamber, French author (Salon/Nouvelle Revue)
1840 Charles Ferdinand Lenepveu, composer
1841 Stephen Albert Emery, composer
1850 John W McGraw, (Gov-R-Wash) (1893-97)
1853 Armando Palacio Vald‚s, Spanish writer: La hermana San Sulpicio
1857 Henry Schoenfeld, composer
1859 Henryk Pachulski, composer
1860 Sidney Paget, British illustrator (Sherlock Holmes)
1861 Frederic Remington, US, artist/sculptor of American West
1861 Joao Marcellino Arroyo, composer
1865 Friedrich Lienhard, German writer (Lieder eines Els„ssers)
1865 Max Halbe, writer
1868 Marcelo Torcuato the Alvear, president of Argentina (1922-28)
1875 Mikolajus Konstantinas Ciurlionis, composer
1877 Pancho Villa, [Doroteo Arango], Mexico, revolutionary rebel [or 6/25]
1880 Damon Runyon, US journalist/writer (Guys & Dolls-based on his work)
1881 [Heinrich A H] Walther von Brauchitsch, German fieldmarshal
1884 Damon Runyon
1884 Damon Runyon
1884 Damon Runyon
1884 Damon Runyon
1884 Damon Runyon
1885 Henricus Wijdefield, Dutch architect (Peace Palace)
1886 Luis Alberni, Spain, actor (Topaze)
1887 Francis Bull, Norway, writer (Norsk literature historian)
1889 John B Kelly, Olympic champion rower/father of Grace Kelly
1892 Engelbert Dollfuss, Austrian Fascist chancellor killed by Nazis
1892 Luis Trenker, Sankt Ulrich, actor (Berge in Flammen)
1894 Cliff Hall, Bkln NY, actor (Crime Photographer)
1895 Buster Keaton, the old Stoneface
1895 Buster [Joseph F] Keaton, actor (Navigator, Steamboat Bill, Jr)
1895 Hattie McDaniel, actress (Gone With the Wind-academy award)
1895 Richard Sorge, German spy for USSR in Tokyo (WW II)
1895 Sergei Jessenin, writer
1895 Buster Keaton, the old Stoneface
1901 Carroll Nye, Canton OH, actress (Lawless Woman)
1903 Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Austrian nazi (SS/SD)
1903 Lord Roborough, English large landowner/multi-millionaire
1904 Harris Rhoad, rocker
1904 Rene Mable Neighbour Cloke, illustrator
1905 Leon Orthel, composer
1905 Rene Defossez, composer
1906 Johannes Post, Dutch farmer/resistance fighter (passage fight)
1909 James B Pritchard, US, theologist/archaeologist
1909 Noel Chiboust, trumpeter/Sax
1912 Alfonso Letelier-Llonas, composer
1912 John de Mol, Dutch accordianist/producer (Baantjer, Pril Geluk)
1913 Stanley Oliphant Stewart, librarian
1914 Brendan Gill, writer/critic (New Yorker magazine)
1915 Koos Schuur, Dutch journalist/poet (7 Curses)
1916 Owen Tudor Williams, civil engineer
1917 Albert de Klerk, Dutch composer/conductor
1917 Jan Murray, Bronx NY, comedian (Treasure Hunt, Who Killed Teddy Bear)
1920 George Tribe, cricketer (Australian chinaman bowler, Northants)
1922 Malcolm Baldrige, Conn, US Secretary of Commerce (1981-87)
1923 Charlton Heston, Ill, actor (10 Commandments, Ben Hur, Planet of Apes)
1924 Charlton Heston
1924 Charlton Heston
1924 Charlton Heston
1924 Charlton Heston
1924 Charlton Heston
1928 Alvin Toffler
1928 Alvin Toffler
1928 Alvin Toffler
1928 Alvin Toffler
1928 Alvin Toffler
1928 Alvin Toffler, author (Future Shock, Power Shift, The Third Wave)
1929 Leroy Van Dyke, Spring Fork Mo, country singer (Walk on By)
1929 Scotty Beckett, Oakland CA, actor (Listen Darling, Battleground)
1930 Jozsef Soproni, composer
1931 Dick Tracy, supercop
1931 Basil D'Oliveira, cricketer (England all-rounder of late 60's)
1931 Dick Tracy, comic strip crimestopper
1931 Dick Tracy, supercop
1932 Dottie West, country singer
1932 Felicia Farr, Westchester NY, actress (Charley Varrick, Kotch)
1934 Jackie Collins, writer (Lucky/Chances)
1934 Malva M Basoalto, daughter of Pablo Neruda & Marie Hagenaar Vogelzang
1934 Sam Huff, NFL linebacker (NY Giants, Washington Redskins)
1935 Eddie Applegate, Wyncote Pa, actor (Richard-Patty Duke Show)
1936 David Pithey, cricketer (bro of Tony, S Afr all-rounder in 8 Tests)
1936 Sally Mary Caroline Belfrage, writer
1937 Franz Vranitzky, Austria union chancellor (1986- )
1939 W Henson Moore, (Rep-R-LA, 1975- )
1941 Anne Rice
1941 Anne Rice
1941 Anne Rice
1941 Anne Rice
1941 Anne Rice
1941 Anne Rice, New Orleans LA, author (Interview with a Vampire)
1941 Jackie Collins, London, author (Bitch, Stud)
1941 Lori Saunders, Kansas City Mo (Petticoat Junction, Dusty Trails)
1942 Christopher Stone, Manchester NH, actor (Dave-Dallas, Interns)
1942 Jenny Arean, [Joanna Klarenbeek], Dutch actress (Paul Chevrolet)
1943 Bonnie Bryant, LPGA golfer
1943 Buddy Roemer, (Gov/Rep-D-LA, 1981- )
1943 Owen Keir Davidson, Australia, 4 time Wimbledon mix double champ
1944 Nona Hendryx, Trenton NJ, singer (LaBelle-Lady Marmalade)
1944 Patty LaBelle, singer (LaBelles-Lady Marmalade, If You Asked Me Too)
1945 Clifton Davis, Chicago Ill, actor/singer (That's My Mama, Amen)
1945 Richard Bickell, race horse trainer
1946 Susan Sarandon
1946 Susan Sarandon
1946 Susan Sarandon
1946 Susan Sarandon
1946 Susan Sarandon
1946 Andr‚ Bolhuis, hockey player (World Cup 1973, European Cup 1978
1946 Susan Sarandon, [Tomaling], Jackson Hgts NY, actress (Bull Durham)
1947 James Fielder, Denton TX, rocker (Blood Sweat & Tears)
1949 Armand Assante, NYC, actor (Private Benjamin, Unfaithfully Yours)
1950 Meg Bennett, Los Angeles CA, actress (Young & Restless)
1951 Alan Rosenberg, actor (Civil Wars, LA Law, Cybill)
1952 Anita Luceete Defrantz, Phila Pa, rower (Olympic-bronze-1976)
1952 Jody Stephens, rock drummer (Big Star)
1952 Nina Carter, London England, vocalist (Blonde on Blonde)
1955 Joe Orseno, race horse trainer
1956 Hans van Breukelen, Dutch soccer goaltender (PSV)
1956 Sherri Turner, Greenville SC, LPGA golfer (1988 Mazda LPGA Champ)
1957 Christina Smith, Miami FL, playmate (Mar, 1978)
1957 Gregory T Linteris, Demarest NJ, astronaut (sk: STS 83)
1958 Anneka Rice, Dutch TV hostess
1958 Barbara MacDonald, rocker (Timbuk 3)
1959 Tony Meo, English billiards champion (snookers)
1960 Gregg "Hobie" Hubbard, Apopka Fla, country singer (Betty's Bein' Bad)
1960 Jennifer Anglin, Adrian Mich, actress (Cheryl-General Hospital)
1961 David W Harper, Abilene Tx, actor (Jim Bob-Waltons)
1961 John Secada, singer
1961 Mary Ellen Stuart, actress (Frannie Crawford-As the World Turns)
1962 Aldo Sprenger, Dutch pop guitarist (Kong-Phlegm)
1962 Dennis Cook, Lamarque TX, pitcher (Texas Rangers)
1963 A C Green, NBA forward (Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks)
1963 Bruce Ruffin, Lubbock TX, pitcher (Colorado Rockies)
1963 Patti Berendt, San Diego CA, LPGA golfer (1995 Star Bank Classic-24th)
1964 David Brain, cricketer (Zimbabwe lefty seamer 1993-)
1964 Mark McLemore, San Diego CA, infielder (Texas Rangers)
1964 Matthew Cetlinski, US 400m freestyle swimmer
1964 Yvonne Murray, athlete
1965 "Stuttering John" Melendez, interviewer (Howard Stern Show)
1966 John van de Brom, soccer player (Ajax)
1966 Mike Walker, Brooksville FL, pitcher (Detroit Tigers)
1967 Nick Green, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1967 Roger Pavlik, Houston TX, pitcher (Texas Rangers)
1967 Vicky Bullett, WNBA forward/center (Oly-gold-1988/Charlotte Sting)
1968 Kanavis McGhee, NFL defensive end (Houston Oilers)
1969 Lucas Parsons, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer
1970 Brian Kozlowski, NFL halfback (Atlanta Falcons, NY Giants)
1970 Hency Charles, CFL defensive back (Montreal Alouettes)
1970 Lucy Nusrala, St Louis Mo, 5k runner
1970 Ryan McNeil, NFL cornerback (Detroit Lions, St Louis Rams)
1971 Corey Sawyer, NFL cornerback (Cin Bengals)
1972 Joanna Stone, Australian javelin thrower (Olympics-96)
1972 Kurt Thomas, NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks, Miami Heat)
1972 Norberto Garrido, tackle (Carolina Panthers)
1972 Rusty Fitzgerald, Minneapolis, NHL center (Pitts Penguins)
1973 Emy Snook, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1973 Kantroy Barber, fullback (Carolina Panthers)
1973 Kerry Joseph, WLAF quarterback (London Monarchs)
1974 Claudia Elena Vasquez, Miss Universe-best costume (Colombia, 1997)
1975 Heather Tom, Hinsdale Ill, (Victoria-Y&R, Deadly Whispers)
1976 Alicia Silverstone
1976 Alicia Silverstone
1976 Alicia Silverstone
1976 Alicia Silverstone
1976 Alicia Silverstone
1976 Alicia Silverstone, SF Calif, actress (Clueless, Batman Forever)
1980 Jimmy Workman, actor (Pugsley-Addams Family)
1986 Barbara Jean Jones, fictional character (General Hospital)
1987 Michael Roman, actor (Al-One Life to Live)
1989 Dakota Johnson, son of Melanie Griffith & Don Johnson

Events


1209 Pope Innocent II crowns German king Otto of Wittelsbach
1518 Henry VIII's daughter Mary marries French crown prince
1535 1st full English translation of the Bible printed in Switzerland
1539 King Henry VIII & Anna of Kleef marry
1571 -13] Synod of Emden
1582 Last Julian calender day in Spain/Portugal/pontifical states
1636 first code of law for Plymouth Colony
1636 first code of law for Plymouth Colony
1636 1st code of law for Plymouth Colony
1636 Battle at Wittstock, Brandenburg: Sweden beat Ferdinand III
1636 In Massachusetts the Plymouth Colony's 1st law drafted
1648 Peter Stuyvesant establishes Americas 1st volunteer firemen
1675 Christian Huygens patents pocket watch
1712 Utrecht banishes poor Jews
1767 Prince Willem V marries Prussian princess Wilhelmina
1777 Battle of Germantown
1777 Gen George Washington's troops attacked British at Germantown Pa
1824 Mexico becomes a republic
1824 Mexico becomes a republic
1824 Mexico becomes a republic
1830 Provisional government declares secession of Belgium from Netherlands
1834 Franz Grillparzer's "Der Traum ein Leben," premieres in Vienna
1854 Abraham Lincoln made his 1st political speech at Illinois State Fair
1862 Battle of Corinth ends
1864 National black convention meets (Syracuse NY)
1864 New Orleans Tribune, 1st black daily newspaper, forms
1873 Toronto Argonaut Football Club forms
1880 University of California founded in Los Angeles
1881 Edward Leveaux patents automatic player piano
1883 Orient Express' 1st run, linking Turkey to Europe by rail
1895 1st US Golf Open: Horace Rawlins shoots a 173 at Newport GC RI
1895 Horace Rawlins wins 1st US Open golf tournament (Newport RI)
1897 George Bernard Shaw's "Devil's Disciple," premieres in NYC
1900 Start of Sherlock Holmes adventure "Problem of Thor Bridge" (BG)
1901 Columbia (US) beats Shamrock II (England) in 12th America's Cup
1904 1st day of NYC subway, 350,000 people ride 9.1 mile tracks
1906 Chicago Cubs win their 116th game (116-36 .763) of year
1910 Portugal becomes a republic, King Manuel II flees to England
1911 1st public elevator (London's Earl's Court Metro Station)
1913 Bkln Dodger Jake Daubert earns a new Chalmers auto as NL MVP
1913 Freddy Wilson of Regina Roughriders kicks 10 singles in a game
1914 Dardanellen (French & English) fleet bombs Turkish forts
1915 Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado & Utah is established
1916 Market Street's "Path of Gold" lit for 1st time
1917 British assault on Broodseinde, France
1918 Musical "Sometime" with Mae West premieres in NYC
1921 League of Nations refuses to assist starving Russians
1922 For 1st time, entire World Series broadcast over radio (WJZ & WGY)
1922 Protocol of Genevia signed: Austria gains independence
1923 Young Stribling held light-heavyweight boxing championship for shortest amount of time (3 hrs). Referee overturns decision
1924 NY Giants become 1st team to appear in 4 consecutive World Series
1925 Harry Heilmann's 6 hits edges Ty Cobb .393 to .389 as batting champ
1926 The Dahlia is designated as the San Francisco City Flower.
1926 The Dahlia is designated as the San Francisco City Flower.
1926 Dahlia is officially designated as SF city flower
1928 25th World Series begins, NY Yankees vs St Louis Cardinals
1928 KPD begins petition against Germany building a battle fleet
1930 A's Jack Quinn, 46, pitches 2 inn, is oldest to play in World Series
1931 Dick Tracy comic strip by Chester Gould debuts
1931 Juan Esteban Montero becomes president of Chile
1932 Anti-semite Julius G”mb”s forms new govt in Hungary
1932 Clark Griffith announces Walter Johnson will be manager of Senators
1932 Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov marries Yelena Sergeyevna
1933 Esquire magazine is 1st published
1936 Italian lire devalued
1936 Record 66,669 at Yankee Stadium for 4th game of World Series
1939 Last Polish troops surrender
1940 12 German aircrafts shot down above England
1940 Adolph Hitler & Benito Mussolini confer at Brenner Pass in Alps
1940 French Vichy-regime proclaims end of "Statut of the Juifs"
1940 Wrestling returns to Madison Sq Garden after 12 year lay off
1942 German assault on Tractor factory in Stalingrad
1943 Corsica freed by Free French
1943 German occupiers forbid flying of kites (6 month jail sentence)
1944 British troops land on Greek continent
1944 1st All St Louis World Series, all games played at Sportsman's Park
1944 St Louis Browns win 1st World Series game in their only appearance
1947 Negro League World Series, NY Cubans beat Cleveland Buckeyes, 6-5
1948 Indians beat Red Sox, 8-0, in 1st AL playoff game
1948 World Council of Churches forms under W Fisherman It Hooft)
1949 American Contract Bridge League votes 58«% to keep blacks out
1949 United Nations' permanent NYC headquarters is dedicated
1950 French troops vacate Cla Afraid Vietnam
1951 In opening World Series game, Giant Monte Irvin steals home in 1st inn
1952 "Top Banana" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 356 perfs
1953 Jim Peters runs world record marathon (2:17:39.4)
1953 Mickey Mantle hits a grand slam in World Series
1955 Brooklyn Dodgers only World Series victory, beating Yankees in 7
1955 Rev Sun Young Moon leaves prison in Seoul
1956 Great Britain performs nuclear test at Maralinga Australia
1957 USSR launches Sputnik, the first artificial earth satellite.
1957 USSR launches Sputnik, the first artificial earth satellite.
1957 "Leave It to Beaver," debuts on CBS
1957 USSR launches Sputnik I, 1st artificial Earth satellite
1958 Transatlantic jet passenger service begins
1958 Transatlantic jet passenger service begins
1958 12th NHL All-Star Game: Montreal beat All-Stars 6-3 at Montreal
1958 5th French republic forms
1958 Transatlantic coml jet passenger service began (BOAC)
1959 USSR's Luna 3 sends back first photos of Moon's far side
1959 USSR's Luna 3 sends back first photos of Moon's far side
1959 1st World Series game played west of St Louis (in LA)
1959 Cleve Browns' Jim Brown makes club record 37 rushing attempts
1959 Dmitri Sjostakovitch 1st Cello concert premieres in Leningrad
1959 LA Dodgers set World Series attendance record at 92,394
1959 Netherlands beats Belgium 9-1
1959 USSR Luna 3 sent back 1st photos of Moon's far side
1960 Courier 1B Launched: first active repeater satellite in orbit
1960 Courier 1B Launched: first active repeater satellite in orbit
1960 Courier 1B Launched; 1st active repeater satellite in orbit
1961 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1961 Whitey Ford's 3rd straight World Series shutout
1962 USAF Maj Robert A Rushworth takes X-15 to 32,300m
1962 Whitey Ford's World Series 33 2/3 scoreless inning streak ends
1963 -8] Hurricane Flora, kills 6,000 in Cuba & Haiti
1963 Gambia achieves full internal self-government
1964 -7] Hurricane Hilda, kills 38 in La, Miss & Ga
1964 10th LPGA Championship won by Mary Mills
1964 3 cars of a commuter train derails in South Africa killing 81
1964 Italian Autostrada del Sol opens at Milan-Naples
1964 Patriots' Gino Cappelletti kicks 6-of-6 field goals against Broncos
1964 Phils bomb Reds 10-0 as both teams finish one game behind St Louis
1965 "Pickwick" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 56 performances
1965 Pope Paul VI becomes 1st Pope to visit Western Hemisphere (UN)
1965 USSR launches Luna 7; crash lands on Moon
1966 Lesotho (Basutoland) gains independence from Britain
1966 Lesotho (Basutoland) gains independence from Britain
1966 Dutch Cardinal Alfrink presents New Catechism
1966 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1966 Lesotho (Basutoland) gains independence from Britain (National Day)
1967 1st World Series since 1948 not to feature Yanks, Giants or Dodgers
1969 Last wooden passenger subway cars retired at Bkln Myrtle Beach el
1969 UN starts issuing postage stamps at Geneva headquarters
1969 Baseball's 1st divisional playoff games, Mets beat Braves 9-5 & Orioles beat Twins 4-3 in 12 innings
1970 KC Chiefs Jan Stenerud kicks 55-yard field goal
1970 Umps return after 1-day walkout in quest of higher wages
1970 WFYI TV channel 20 in Indianapolis, IN (PBS) begins broadcasting
1970 Herbert Schmidtz makes highest parachute jump from a tower by leaping from a 1,984 ft TV mast in Tulsa, Oklahoma
1971 Borden's opens a turn-of-century ice cream parlor at Disney World
1971 KMPH TV channel 26 in Visalia-Fresno, CA (IND) begins broadcasting
1971 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1972 Ted Williams manages his final game as Rangers lose to Royals, 4-0
1973 Hans of Manens ballet "Adagio Hammerklavier" premieres in Amsterdam
1974 John Lennon releases "Walls & Bridges" album
1976 Agriculture Secretary Earl Butz resigns due to telling a racial joke
1976 Supreme Court lifts 1972 ban on death penalty for convicted murderers
1977 Pier 39 opens in SF
1978 Funeral services held for Pope John Paul I
1979 Hugh Leonards "Life," premieres in Dublin
1979 USSR performs nuclear test
1980 Mike Schmidt's 2-run HR clinches NL East title for Phillies
1981 Donna Caponi Young/Kathy Whitworth wins Portland Ping Team Golf Champ
1981 Meadowlands Arena opens in NJ
1981 Pasakevi Kouna of Greece (9) is youngest intl gymnastics participant
1982 Helmut Kohl elected chancellor of German FR
1983 Richard Noble reaches record 1019 kph in jet-powered car
1984 US govt closes down due to budget problems
1984 Yanks clinch AL East
1985 21st Space Shuttle Mission - Atlantis 1 is launched
1985 21st Space Shuttle Mission - Atlantis 1 is launched
1985 Henry G Perry completes 157 day, 14,021 mile bicycle tour of Australia
1985 Shite Moslems claim to have killed hostage William Buckley
1986 NY Yank Dave Righetti saves doubleheader for then record 46 saves
1986 Queen Beatrice installs dam at Oosterschelde
1986 Rachel Oliver (Mass), 20, crowned 19th Miss Black America
1987 1st "Scrub Sunday" of NFL football with replacement players
1987 Blues Jays lose final 7 games allowing Tigers to win AL pennant
1987 James Jefferson of Winnipeg scores 2 TDs on interception returns without making an interception. (He scored on laterals)
1988 Pillsbury stock soars $18.37 to $57.37 on takeover bid
1989 Giants Will Clark hits 1st NLCS grand slam since 1977
1989 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1990 "Stand Up Tragedy" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 13 performances
1990 Regional elections held, in what is East Germany
1991 Delta Center in Salt Lake City Utah
1991 NHL NY Rangers trade Bernie Nichols to Edmonton for Mark Messier
1991 San Jose Sharks lose 4-3 to Vancouver Canucks in their 1st NHL game
1991 Whiteland Janice, driven by Mike Lachance, wins Kentucky Futurity
1992 "Anna Karenina" closes at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 46 perfs
1992 "Real Inspector Hound" closes at Criterion Theater NYC after 61 perfs
1992 1st time AL East & West champs have same record (96-66)-Tor & Oak
1992 2nd Solheim Cup: Europe beats US, 11«-6« at Dalmahoy CC Scotland
1992 El Al cargo plane crashes at Amsterdam Bijlmer, 43 die
1992 Miami Dolphen Louis Oliver returns record tying interception 103 yards
1993 Troops of pres Yelsin occupy Russian White House (parliament)
1994 7.9 earthquake strikes Koerilen, flood kills 18+
1994 Keith Moore is charged with stealing $5,000,000 from Sting
1994 Soyuz TM-20 launches
1995 29th Country Music Assn Award: Krauss Jackson win
1995 Jim Leyritz homers with a man on in 15th inning to give Yankees 2-0 Division Series lead over Mariners
1996 BPAA US Bowling Open by Dave Husted
1996 BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Liz Johnson
1996 Shahid Afridi scores century in 37 balls for Pakistan v Sri Lanka
1997 Farm Aid 10 concert cancelled due to weak ticket sales

That's All....

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