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Sunday, February 18, 2018.



Birthdays


1404 Leon B Alberti, Italian humanist/architect (Della Pittura)
1516 Mary I Tudor, [Bloody Mary], Greenwich, queen of England (1553-58)
1559 Isaac Casaubon, naturalized English classical scholar, theologian
1609 Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, English PM (1660-67)
1632 Giovanni Battista Vitali, composer
1677 Jacques Cassini, French astronomer (rings of Saturn)
1716 Gaspard Fritz, composer
1743 Count Alessandro Volta, Como Italy, physicist
1745 Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery.
1745 Count Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, invented the electric battery.
1745 Alessandro Giuseppe Antonio Anastasio Volta, inventor (battery)
1751 Karl Haack, composer
1770 Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck, composer
1771 Friedrich Christian Ruppe, composer
1775 Thomas Girtin, London, artist/watercolorist
1776 John Parry, composer
1781 Henry Martyn, Truro, missionary
1790 Marshall Hall, Basford Nottinghamshire, physician
1795 George Peabody, South Danvers Mass, merchant/philanthropist
1805 Louis Malesherbes Goldsborough, Rear Admiral (Union Navy)
1815 Henri Leys, Flemish painter
1817 Lewis Addison Armistead, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1863
1817 Walter Page Lane, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1892
1819 Joseph Philbrick Webster, composer
1829 Jean Jacques Alfred Mouton, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1864
1833 James Deshler, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1863
1836 Ramakrishna, Hooghly Bengal, Hindu saint (preached unity of religions)
1836 Swami Ramakrishna [Gadadhar Chatterji], Indian mystic/hindu leader
1838 Ernst Mach, Chirlitz-Turas Austria, physicist/philosopher/psychologist
1841 Samuel Prowse Warren, composer
1844 J. Lroth --1910
1844 J. Lroth --1910
1844 J. Lroth --1910
1844 J. Lroth --1910
1844 Willem Maris, Dutch painter (Hague School)
1844 J. Lroth --1910
1848 Louis Comfort Tiffany, glassmaker (stained glass windows)
1849 Alexander L Kielland, Norwegian writer/politician (Garman og Worse)
1850 George Henschel, composer
1853 August Belmont Jr, breeder (Man 'O War)/founder (NY Jockey Club)
1857 Max Klinger, German graphic artist/painter/sculptor
1858 Louise M A, princess of Belgium
1859 Sholem Aleichem
1859 Sholem Aleichem
1859 Sholem Aleichem
1859 Sholem Aleichem
1859 Sholem Aleichem
1859 Sholem Aleichem, [Solomon Rabinowitz], author (Fiddler on the Roof)
1860 Anders Zorn, Swedish painter/etcher/sculptor (Gustavus Vasa)
1875 Walter Andrae, German archaeologist (Babylon, Assur)
1877 Betsy Ranucci-Beckmann, [Theodora], Dutch author/actress (Dead Water)
1880 Eric De Lamarter, composer
1883 Tom Walls, Kingsthorpe England, actor/producer (Undercover)
1884 Burt Mustin, Pitts Pa, actor (All in the Family, Andy Griffith Show)
1887 Nikos Kasandsakis, writer
1888 Gladys Cooper, England, actress (Margaret-Rogues)
1889 Sybold van Ravesteyn, architect (Blijdorp, CS Rotterdam, Utrecht)
1890 Adolphe Menjou, Pittsburgh, actor (Front Page, Star is Born)
1890 Boris L Pasternak, Russian poet/writer (Dr Zhivago) [NS]
1890 Edward Arnold, NYC, actor (Mr Smith Goes to Washington)
1890 Lauri SA Haarla, Finnish (stage)writer (Juudas, Sukeltaja)
1891 Chester Clute, NJ, actor (Niagra Falls)
1892 Wendell Wilkie, presidential candidate (R-1940)/author (One World)
1894 Andres Segovia, guitarist, Linares, Spain
1895 George "The Gipper" Gipp, football star (Notre Dame)
1895 Semjon Timoshenko, Russ marshal/inspector-general (WW II)
1896 Andr Breton, France, surrealist poet/writer (founder of surralism)
1898 Enzo Ferrari, racing car manufacturer, Modena
1898 K'Tut Tantri, broadcaster/hotelier
1899 Arthur Bryant, English historian (King Charles II)
1901 Reginald Sheffield, London England, actor (Second Chance)
1903 Nikolaj V Podgorny, pres USSR (1965-77)
1907 Billy Dewolfe, Wollaston Mass, actor (Good Morning World)
1907 Harm van Riel, Dutch politician (Dutch Liberal Party)
1909 Matti Jarvinen, Finland, javelin thrower (Olympic-gold-1932)
1909 Wallace Stegner, novelist/critic (Pulitzer-1971-Angle of Repose)
1912 Heinz Khn, German premier (North-Rhine Westphalia)
1913 Artur Axmann, nazi youth leader
1913 Dane Clark, Bkln, actor (Wire Service, Bold Venture, Perry Mason)
1914 Edward George Edwards, chemist
1914 Pee Wee King, Milwaukee Wisc, country vocalist (Pee Wee King Song)
1915 David van de Woestijne, Flemish pianist/composer (Les Aronautes)
1915 Marcel Landowsky, composer
1916 Betty Phyllis Gathergood, curator
1916 Jean Drapeau, mayor of Montral (1954- )
1917 Phyllis Calvert, London, actress (Man in Grey)
1920 Bill Cullen
1920 Jack Palance
1920 Bill Cullen
1920 Jack Palance
1920 Bill Cullen
1920 Jack Palance
1920 Bill Cullen
1920 Jack Palance
1920 Bill Cullen
1920 Jack Palance
1920 Bill Cullen, Pitts, TV game show host (over 20 different games)
1920 Jack Palance, [Walter Palanuik], Lattimer Pa, actor (City Slickers)
1921 Barbara Hale, actress (Della Street-Perry Mason)
1922 Helen Gurley Brown
1922 Helen Gurley Brown
1922 Helen Gurley Brown
1922 Helen Gurley Brown
1922 Helen Gurley Brown
1922 Eric Gairy, premier (Grenada)
1922 Helen Gurley Brown, Portland Me, author/publisher (Cosmopolitan)
1923 Allan Melvin, KC Mo, actor (Brady Bunch, Barney-All in Family)
1924 Gnter Haese, German sculptor/graphic artist (Guggenheim prize 1967)
1925 George Kennedy
1925 George Kennedy
1925 George Kennedy
1925 George Kennedy
1925 George Kennedy
1925 George Kennedy, NYC, actor (Cool Hand Luke, Airport, Blue Knight)
1926 Harry "Little" Caesar, blues singer/actor (City Heat, Homer & Eddie)
1926 Len Ford, NFL end (Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers)
1927 Fazal Mahmood, cricketer (Pakistani medium-pace workhorse 1952-62)
1927 John W Warner, (Sen-R-VA, 1979- ), married Liz Taylor
1927 Tabe Bas, actor/opera vocalist (Leiser Wolf in Anatevka)
1928 Jim McElreath, auto racer (1970 Ontario 500)
1929 Leonard Cyril Deighton, English author (Ipcress File, Fighter)
1930 Gahan Wilson
1930 Gahan Wilson
1930 Gahan Wilson
1930 Gahan Wilson
1930 Gahan Wilson
1930 Theodore C Freeman, Haverford Penn, capt USAF/astronaut
1931 Toni Morrison
1931 Toni Morrison
1931 Toni Morrison
1931 Toni Morrison
1931 Toni Morrison
1931 Dieter Schonbach, composer
1931 Johnny Hart, cartoonist
1931 Maxwell Thurman, US General
1931 Swraj Paul, Indian/British industrial/multi-millionaire (Caparo)
1931 Toni Morrison, Ohio, novelist (Tar Baby, Beloved, Song of Solomon)
1932 Milos Forman
1932 Milos Forman
1932 Milos Forman
1932 Milos Forman
1932 Milos Forman
1932 Milos Forman, Czech/US director (Cuckoos Nest, Amadeus)
1933 Yoko Ono
1933 Yoko Ono
1933 Yoko Ono
1933 Yoko Ono
1933 Yoko Ono
1933 Bobby Robson, British soccer coach (PSV)
1933 Elisabeth S "Elly" Belder-Ameling, Dutch soprano
1933 Mary Ure, England, model/actress (Reflection of Fear, Windom's Way)
1933 Yoko Ono Lennon, [Mrs John Lennon], Tokyo Japan, vocalist(?)
1934 Aldo Ceccato, Milan Italy, conductor (Detroit Symph Orch 1973-77)
1936 Marin Sorescu, poet/dramatist
1936 Ronald William Eastman, cinematogrpaher
1937 Jeff Farrell, US swimmer (Olympics-2 gold-1960)
1938 Barry Knight, cricketer (England all-rounder mid-60s)
1938 Elke Erb, writer
1938 Manny Mota, baseball outfielder (LA Dodgers)
1939 Claude Ake, political scientist
1939 Marlos Nobre, composer
1939 Petronella CM "Carletta" Banning, actress (Potasch & Perlemoer)
1941 David Blue, [Cohen], Providence RI, rocker (Cupid's Arrow)
1941 Herb Santiago, vocalist (Frankie Lymon & Teenagers-Why Do Fools Fall)
1941 Irma Thomas, [Lee], US vocalist (It's Raining)
1945 Judy Rankin, St Louis Mo, LPGA golfer (Vare Trophy 1976-77)
1945 Michael Nader, St Louis Mo, actor (Peter-Gidget, Dex Dexter-Dynasty)
1947 Carlos A Lopes, Portugal, marathon runner (Olympic-gold-1984)
1947 Dennis De Young, Chicago Il, vocalist (Styx-Its Raining Again)
1947 Eliot L Engel, (Rep-D-NY)
1947 Princess Maria Christina, [Marijke], of Netherlands
1948 Bruce Francis, cricketer (Australian opener in 3 Tests 1972)
1948 Carolyn B Maloney, (Rep-D-NY)
1948 Sinead Cusack, Ireland, actress (Waterland, Revenge)
1949 Cybill Shepherd, Memphis Tn, actress (Moonlighting, Last Picture Show)
1950 Cybill Shepherd
1950 Cybill Shepherd
1950 Cybill Shepherd
1950 Cybill Shepherd
1950 Cybill Shepherd
1950 John Hughes, director (Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller)
1952 Juice Newton, [Judy Cohen], Virginia, vocalist (Angel of the Morning)
1952 Veronica "Randy" Crawford, US vocalist (One Day I'll Fly Away)
1953 Derek Pellicci, rock drummer (Little River Band-Help Is On It's Way)
1953 Nico Arzbach, rock guitarist/singer (Stampei, Dike)
1953 Robin Bachman, Winnipeg, guitarist (BTO-You Aint Seen Nothing Yet)
1954 John Travolta
1954 John Travolta
1954 John Travolta
1954 John Travolta
1954 John Travolta
1954 John Travolta, Englewood NJ, actor (Welcome Back Kotter, Pulp Fiction)
1957 Vanna White
1957 Vanna White
1957 Vanna White
1957 Vanna White
1957 Vanna White
1957 Marita Koch, German DR, 400m sprinter (Oly-gold-1980)
1957 Vanna White, [Rosich], N Myrtle Beach SC, TV host (Wheel of Fortune)
1958 Peter Koech, Kiliburani Kenya, 3K steeplechaser (Olympic-silver-1988)
1960 Andy Moog, NHL goalie (Oilers, Bruins, Olympics-Canada-1988)
1960 Greta Scacchi, Milan Italy, actress (Coca-Cola Kid, White Mischief)
1960 Roger Wijesuriya, cricketer (bowling avg 294 in 4 Tests for Sri Lanka)
1961 Alycia Moulton, Sacramento CA, tennis star
1962 Gary Reasons, NFL linebacker (NY Giants)
1962 Julie Strain, Concord Calif, actress (Witchcraft IV)
1962 Simon Fletcher, NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos)
1963 John Gesek, NFL center (Washington Redskins)
1963 Rob Andrew, English rugby player
1964 Matt Dillon
1964 Matt Dillon
1964 Matt Dillon
1964 Matt Dillon
1964 Matt Dillon
1964 Kevin Tapani, Des Moines IA, pitcher (Chic White Sox, Minn Twins)
1964 Lisa Elaine Comshaw, Akron Ohio, actress (Scanner Cop, Lukas' Child)
1964 Matt Dillon, New Rochelle NY, actor (Flamingo Kid, Tex, Kansas)
1965 Dr Dre, [Andre Young], rap singer
1965 Peter Martini, journalist
1966 Kris King, Bracebridge, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)
1966 Phillip De Freitas, cricket pace bowler (in Dominica England 1986-95)
1967 Colin Jackson, Cardiff England, 100m hurdler (Olympic-silver-1988)
1967 John Valentin, Mineola NY, infielder (Boston Red Sox)
1967 Matt Turner, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)
1967 Roberto Baggio
1968 Molly Ringwald
1968 Molly Ringwald
1968 Molly Ringwald
1968 Molly Ringwald
1968 Molly Ringwald
1968 Molly Ringwald, Roseville Calif, actress (16 Candles, Pretty in Pink)
1969 Alexander Mogilny, Khavarovsk, 1st soviet to defect to NHL (Sabres)
1969 Igor Larionov, Voskresensk Russia, NHL forward (Team Russia, Detroit)
1970 Tyler Green, US baseball pitcher (Phila Phillies)
1971 George Teague, NFL safety (Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers)
1971 Reggie Holt, WLAF safety (London Monarchs)
1972 Lubomir Rybovic, Kosice CZE, hockey forward (Team Slovakia)
1972 Marc Lillibridge, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)
1972 Shani Lynn Nielsen, New Albany IN, Miss America (Indiana-Top 10-1997)
1974 Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia, tennis star
1975 Scott Tucker, Birmingham Ala, 400m/800m freestyle relay (Olympics-96)
1976 Chanda Rubin, Lafayette LA, tennis star (1996 Australian Open doubles)
1976 Jason Podollan, Vernon, NHL center (Florida Panthers)
1976 Volker Schenk, WLAF RB (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1979 Julia Greville, Perth Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)
1980 Alison Rachel Fitch, Hamilton NZ, swimmer (Olympics-96)

Events


National Bun Day -- Iceland
National Bun Day -- Iceland
1129 Jerusalem taken by Emperor Frederik II
1503 Henry Tudor created Prince of Wales (later Henry VIII)
1536 France & Turkey sign milt/trade agreement against King Karel
1563 Huguenot Jean Poltrot de Mr shoots gen Franois De Guise
1574 Zeeland falls to Dutch rebels
1634 Ferdinand II orders commander Albrecht von Wallenstein, execution
1678 John Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is published
1688 Quakers conduct 1st formal protest of slavery in Germantown, Pa
1713 French invade under Jacques Cassard on Curaao
1735 1st opera performed in America, "Flora," in Charleston, SC
1745 Bonnie Prince Charlies troops occupy Inverness Scotland
1787 Austrian emperor Jozef II bans children under 8 from labor
1804 1st US land-grant college, Ohio University, Athens Ohio, chartered
1828 More than 100 vessels destroyed in a storm, Gibraltar
1834 1st US labor newspaper, "The Man," published, NYC
1839 Detroit Boat Club forms (& still exists)
1841 1st continuous filibuster in US Senate began, lasting until March 11
1849 1st regular steamboat service to California starts (or 02/28)
1850 Legislature creates the 9 San Francisco Bay Area counties.
1850 Legislature creates the 9 San Francisco Bay Area counties.
1850 Calif Legislature creates 9 Bay Area counties
1856 American (Know-Nothing) Party abolishes secrecy
1857 Insurrection of Chinese in Sarawak, Borneo
1861 Confederate President Jefferson Davis inaugurated at Montgomery Ala
1861 King Victor Emmanuel II of Sardinia becomes 1st king of Italy
1865 Battle of Ft Moultrie, SC occupied by Federals
1865 Evacuation of Charleston, SC; Sherman's troops burn city
1865 Union troops force Confederates to abandon Ft Anderson, NC
1876 Direct telegraph link established between Britain & NZ
1879 Arabs capture Egyptian premier Nabar Pasha
1884 General Charles Gordon arrives in Khartoum
1884 Police seize all copies of Tolstoy's "What I Believe In"
1885 Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," published
1891 Capt Archinard's army fights with Nyamina of Niger in West-Sudan
1896 Cave of Winds at Niagara Falls goes almost dry for 1st time in 50 yrs
1899 80F in SF
1899 SF named as a port of dispatch for Army transports
1899 Stanley Cup: Mont Shamrocks sweep Queens U (Kingston Ont) in 2 games
1900 Ajax soccer team forms in Amsterdam
1900 Battle at Paardeberg, 1,270 British killed/injured
1900 British troops occupy Monte Christo Natal
1901 H Cecil Booth patented a dust removing suction cleaner
1902 Opera "Hunchback of Notre Dame," premieres in Monte Carlo
1903 Kuyper govt launches anti strike laws
1905 Frank Wedekind's "Hidada, oder Sein und Haben," premieres in Munich
1906 Vincent d'Indy's "Jour D't La Montagne," premieres in Paris
1908 1st US postage stamps in rolls issued
1909 Boston Red Sox trade Cy Young, at 41, to Cleveland Naps
1913 French painting "Nude Descending a Staircase" displayed in NYC
1915 Germany begins a blockade of England
1919 Cy Denneny of NHL Ottawa Senators scores record 52nd goals
1921 British troops occupy Dublin
1922 Kenesaw Mountain Landis resigns his judgeship to work for baseball
1922 WOC-AM in Davenport IA begins radio transmissions
1923 Belgium: Borinage-mine workers strike for higher wages
1924 US female Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld Blanchard
1924 US male Figure Skating championship won by Sherwin Badger
1924 US, min of marine Edwin Denby ends term due to Teapot Dome-scandal
1927 1st US radio broadcast of "Cities Service Concerts"
1927 US & Canada begin diplomatic relations
1930 Pluto, the ninth planet, is discovered by Clyde Tombaugh.
1930 Pluto, the ninth planet, is discovered by Clyde Tombaugh.
1930 Cow flown & milked, milk sealed in paper containers & parachuted
1930 Luigi Pirandello's "Come Tu Mi Vuoi," premieres in Milan
1930 Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart's "Simple Simon," premieres in NYC
1930 US astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovers Pluto
1932 Japan declares Manchuria Independent
1932 Sonja Henie wins her 6th straight World Women's figure skating title
1936 NHL record 32 points scored, NY Americans (28) & Mont Maroons (24)
1939 Golden Gate International Exposition opens on Treasure Island (which was built for the occasion) in San Francisco Bay.
1939 Golden Gate International Exposition opens on Treasure Island (which was built for the occasion) in San Francisco Bay.
1939 Golden Gate International Exposition opens on Treasure Island
1942 Japanese troop land on Bali
1943 1st edition of Dutch resistance newspaper "Trouw"
1943 Augusto Pinochet Ugarte (Chilean gen/dictator) marries Lucia Hiriart
1943 Munich resistance group "White Rose" captured by Nazis
1943 William D Cox buys Phila Phillies
1944 Maastricht resistance fighter JAJ Janssen arrested
1944 Youngest baseball player, Cin Reds sign 15 year old Joe Nuxhall
1947 24 die in a train crash in Gallitzin Pa
1947 Gian Carlo Menotti's opera "Telephone," premieres in NYC
1950 "Dance Me a Song" closes at Royale Theater NYC after 35 performances
1951 3 City College of NY basketball players admit to accepting bribes
1951 Nep l becomes a constitutional monarchy
1951 Netherlands Radio School forms
1952 4th Emmy Awards: Red Skelton, Sid Caesar & Imogene Coca wins
1953 "Bwana Devil," the 1st 3-D movie, opened in New York
1953 "Maggie" opens at National Theater NYC for 5 performances
1953 KOLN TV channel 10 in Lincoln, NB (CBS) begins broadcasting
1953 Premiere of 1st 3-D feature film-"Bwana Devil" (NYC)
1955 Baghdad Pact signed, making Turkey & Iraq a defense alliance
1960 8th Winter Olympic games open in Squaw Valley, Colo
1960 Walter O'Malley, LA Dodger owner, purchases Chavez Ravine for $494,000
1961 Henk van der Grift becomes world champion skater
1962 France & Algerian Moslems negotiate truce to end 7 year war
1962 Louise Suggs wins LPGA St Petersburg Golf Open
1964 Muriel Resnik's "Any Wednesday," premieres in NYC
1964 Papandreou Govt takes power in Greece
1965 "Fade Out-Fade In" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 72 perfs
1965 27 copper miners die in avalanche, Granduc Mountain, BC
1965 Frank Gifford announces his retirement from football for broadcasting
1965 Gambia gains independence from Britain (National Day)
1967 Bob Seagren sets pole vault record at 17'3"
1967 Softball pitcher Eddie Feigner strikes out 6 straight major leaguers
1968 10,000 demonstrators against US in Vietnam War in West-Berlin
1968 10th Winter Olympic games close at Grenoble, France
1968 British adopts year-round daylight savings time
1968 David Gilmour joins rock group Pink Floyd
1969 Doug Walters scores 2nd innings century after 242 in 1st
1969 PLO-attack El-Al plane in Zurich Switzerland
1970 Chicago 7 defendants found innocent of inciting to riot
1970 US president Nixon launches "Nixon-doctrine"
1972 Calif Supreme Court abolishes death penalty
1972 Giulio Andreotti sworn in as premier of Italy
1972 John & Yoko end a week of co-hosting Mike Douglas Show
1973 54-kg octopus measuring 7m across captured in Hood Canal, Wash
1973 Belgian Emiel Puttemans runs 3000m indoor record 7:39.2
1973 Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Pompano Beach Golf Classic
1974 NASA launches Italian satellite San Marcos C-2 (235/843 km)
1974 US ambassador to India Daniel Moynihan present $2,046,700,000 check
1975 2nd American Music Award:
1975 Italy broadens abortion law
1977 George Harrison releases "True Love"
1977 Space Shuttle above a Boeing 747 goes on it's maiden flight
1977 Test Cricket debuts of Colin Croft & Joel Garner v Pakistan Bridgetown
1978 1st Iron Man Triathlon (swim, bike ride, marathon) held, Kona, Hawaii
1979 -52F (-47C), Old Forge, New York (state record)
1979 Amy Alcott wins LPGA Elizabeth Arden Golf Classic
1979 Miniseries "Roots: Next Generations" premieres on ABC TV
1979 NASA launches space vehicle S-202
1979 Pres Zia ur-Rahmans National Party wins elections in Bangladesh
1979 Snow falls in Sahara Desert
1980 Billy Wyman said he will leave Rolling Stones in 1983 (Sure!)
1980 Pierre Elliott Trudeau's Liberal Party wins Canada's elections
1983 NBA Indiana Pacers begin a 28 game road losing streak
1984 Revised concordat between Italy & Vatican signed
1986 San Antonio's Alvin Robertson scores NBA 2nd quadruple double-20 pts, 11 rebounds, 10 assists & 10 steals against Phoenix
1988 Anthony M Kennedy, sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
1989 Sherri Turner wins LPGA Orix Hawaiian Ladies Golf Open/Itoki Pro-Am
1989 Steve Garvey marries Candace Thomas while at same time being accused of fathering children by 2 other women
1990 Jane Crafter wins LPGA Phar-Mor at Inverrary Golf Tournament
1991 Edmonton Oiler goalie Grant Fuhr returns to NHL after season-long suspension for substance abuse & shuts out NJ Devils 4-0
1993 Howard Stern's radio show begins transmitting to Rochester NY
1994 Actor Joe Pantoliano (41) weds model Nancy Sheppard (31)
1994 Dan Jansen skates world record 1000m (1:12.43)
1994 Shreveport Pirates join CFL as 4th US team
1995 Angela Kennedy swims world record 100m butterfly
1995 Barb Thomas Whitehead wins Cup o' Noodles Hawaiian Ladies Golf Open
1995 Pamela Anderson (Baywatch) & Tommy Lee (Motley Cre) wed
1995 Warnecke swims world record 50m freestyle
1996 1st full ODI for Kenya, Cricket World Cup v India
1996 Daytona 500 race
1996 Tendulkar scores 127* in India's Cricket World Cup win over Kenya
1998 NY Rangers fire head coach Colin Campbell

That's All....

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