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Friday, February 23, 2018.



Birthdays


1417 Paul II, [Pietro Barbo], Italy, Pope (1464-71)
1614 Jacob Colijn(s), Dutch coat of arms painter
1615 Cornelis Galle II, Flemish engraver/illustrator, baptised
1633 Samuel Pepys, London England, navy expert/composer (Diary, Memoirs)
1649 John Blow, composer of 1st English opera (Venus & Adonis) (baptized)
1685 George Frederic Handel
1685 George Frederic Handel
1685 George Frederic Handel
1685 George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer
1685 George Frederic Handel
1685 George Frideric Handel, Baroque composer
1685 George Frederic Handel
1685 George Friedrich H„ndel, Halle Germany, organist/composer (Messiah)
1700 Wilhelmus Schortinghuis, Dutch theologist (Profound Christianity)
1730 Christian Joseph Lidarti, composer
1734 Mayer Amschel Rothschild, Frankfurt, founder (House of Rothschild)
1776 John Walter II, London, chief proprietor (The Times, 1812-47)
1787 Emma Willard, US, opens school for young ladies (Hall of Fame)
1792 Istvan Ferenczi, Hungarian sculptor
1811 George Washington Hewitt, composer
1817 George Watts, London, painter
1818 Jeremy F Gilmer, Maj Gen/Chief Engineer Confederate War Dept
1824 Herman N van der Tuuk, Dutch philologist (Tobasch' Grammar)
1824 Lewis Cass Hunt, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1886
1831 Hendrik W Mesdag, Dutch painter (Panorama Mesdag)
1834 Gustav Hermann Nachtigal, German physician/colonizer/consul in Tunis
1838 Gilbert Moxley Sorrel, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1901
1840 Carl Menger, Austrian economist
1848 Thomas Paine Westendorf, composer
1859 Theodor Batthy nyi, Hungarian statesman/contra revolutionary
1863 Franz von Stuck, German painter (Der Krieg)
1865 Barney Dreyfuss, baseball owner (Pitts Pirates)
1868 W.E.B. DuBois
1868 W.E.B. DuBois
1868 W.E.B. DuBois
1868 W.E.B. DuBois
1868 W.E.B. DuBois
1868 William E B Du Bois, Mass, civil rights writer (Souls of Black Folk)
1869 Nadezhda Konstantinova Krupskaya, Russian revolutionary (Soc-Dem)
1873 Dmitri Arakishvili, composer
1874 Konstantin P„ts, Estonian PM (1921-23, 1932-33), dictator (1933-40)
1875 Jozef E Stokvis, journalist/Dutch MP (SDAP)
1876 Agnes M Royden, writer
1876 Wadi' Sabra, composer
1879 Agnes Arber, English biologist/philosopher (Mind & the Eye)
1879 Norman Lindsay, Creswick Victoria, artist/novelist
1880 Edgar Istel, composer
1881 Titus [Anno S] Brandsma, Dutch philosopher
1882 Ladislav Vycpalek, composer
1883 Karl Jaspers, Oldenburg Germany, existentialist philosopher
1883 Victor Fleming, Pasadena Cal, director (Wizard of Oz, Gone With Wind)
1884 Frank Cellier, Surbiton England, actor (Quiet Wedding, Big Blockade)
1884 Herman Courtens, Belgian painter
1886 Albert Edward Sammons, composer
1886 Ventura Garc¡a Calder¢n, Peruvian diplomat/author
1887 Oskar Frederik Lindberg, composer
1889 Cyril Delevanti, England, actor (Lucius-Jefferson Davis, Black Eye)
1889 Frederik M baron of Asbeck, Dutch lawyer (League of Nations)
1892 Kathleen Harrison, actress (Fast Lady, Big Money, West 11)
1895 Richard Goolden, London England, actor (School for Husbands)
1898 Reinhard Herbig, German archaeologist
1899 E Langg„sser, writer
1899 Erich K„stner, Dresden German author (Emil & the Detective)
1900 Elinor Remick Warren, composer
1901 Aartje W "Mien" van It Sant-van Bommel, author (Mieke-serial)
1903 Grigori V Aleksandrov, Russian director (Veselye Rebjata)
1904 Leopold Trepper, Polish/Israeli spy/founded (CP Palestina)
1904 William L Shirer, historian (Rise & Fall of 3rd Reich)
1905 Leonidas Zoras, composer
1907 Anthony Standerwick Heal, businessman
1908 William McMahon, PM of Australia (Liberal) (1971-72)
1909 Frank Ward, cricketer (Australian leggie late 30s)
1911 G Mennen Williams, Detroit, Sup Court Justice/(Gov-D-Mich, 1949-60)
1911 Walter Ernest Allen, writer/critic
1913 Charles Leonard, US, pentathelete (Olympic-1936)
1913 Earl of Lincoln
1914 Margaret Farrer, CEO (Central Midwives Board)
1915 Heinrich Schirmbeck, German author (Das Spiegellabyrinth)
1916 George Abel, Canada, ice hockey player (Olympic-gold-1972)
1916 Martindale Sidwell, organist/conductor
1916 William Walsh, academic
1917 Kenneth Tobey, actor (Chuck-Whirlybirds) [or Mar 23]
1918 Dom Aelred Watkin, headmaster (Downside School)
1919 Johnny Carey, soccer star
1919 Lord Ezra
1920 David Wright, poet
1920 Hall Overton, Bangor Michigan, composer (Enchanted Pear Tree)
1920 Lord St Levan
1923 Gery Florizoone, Flemish poet
1924 Lejaren Hiller, composer
1925 Ian Smith, cricket leg-spinner (S Afr 1947-58 avg 64.08)
1925 Louis Stokes, (Rep-D-OH, 1969- )
1926 Regine Crespin, French vocalist (Sheherazade, Les Nuits D'ete)
1927 Ivan Hrusovsky, composer
1928 Duke of Beaufort
1928 Vasily Grigoryevich Lazarev, Siberia USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 12, 18A)
1929 Eduard W "Ed" Bauer, [Eddy Evers], Dutch actor (Bluejackets)
1929 Elston Howard, Yankee catcher (1st black NY Yankee/1963 AL MVP)
1929 R‚gine Crespin, Marseilles France, operatic soprano
1929 Richard Moryl, composer
1930 Gerry Davis, writer
1930 Harry Boldt, German Fed Rep, equestrian dressage (Olympic-gold-1976)
1930 Imre Gyongyossy, film Maker
1930 Jef Geeraerts, Flemish writer (Black Venus)
1930 Johnny Seven, NYC, actor (Ironside, Amy Prentiss)
1931 Tom Wesselman, US sculptor (Great American Nudes)
1933 Donna J Stone, poet
1933 Lee Calhoun, Laurel Miss, hurdler (Olympics-gold-56, 60)
1933 Lee Quencey Calhoun, Laurel MS, 110m hurdler (Olympic-gold-1956, 60)
1934 Lady Digby
1937 David Ward, president (Law Society)
1937 Lord Tugendhat
1937 Tom Osborne, college football coach
1938 Diane Varsi, San Mateo Calif, actress (Peyton Place)
1938 Sylvia Chase, St Paul Minn, newscaster (ABC Weekend News, 20/20)
1939 Peter Fonda
1939 Peter Fonda
1939 Peter Fonda
1939 Peter Fonda
1939 Peter Fonda
1939 Edmund Boyd Fisher, publisher
1939 Josef Feistmantl, Austria, lugeist (Olympic-gold-1964)
1939 Majel Barrett, Columbus Ohio, actress (Christine Chapel-Star Trek)
1940 Jermyn P Brooks, CEO (Price Waterhouse Europe)
1940 Peter Fonda, actor (Easy Rider, Lilith, Wild Angels, Trip)
1941 Frank Gerstenberg, Edinburgh, principal (George Watson's College)
1941 Robin Bynoe, cricketer (WI opening batsman in 4 Tests 1959-67)
1941 William Hj”rtsberg, NYC, writer (Gray Matters, Fallen Angel)
1942 Beau Boulter, (Rep-R-TX, 1985- )
1942 Colin Sanders, founder (Solid State Logic)
1942 John Lewis, Head Master (Eton College)
1943 Bobby Wayne Mitchell, Chatham VA, PGA golfer (1971 Cleveland Open)
1943 Fred Biletnikoff, NFL wide receiver
1943 Jada Rowland, NYC, actress (Penny-Hamptons, Amy-Secret Storm)
1944 Johnny Winter
1944 Johnny Winter
1944 Johnny Winter
1944 Johnny Winter
1944 Johnny Winter
1944 James Cousins, British MP
1944 Johnny Winter, [John Dawson], Leland Miss, guitarist (Silver Train)
1944 Mike Maxfield, rocker (Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas)
1945 Frank Murray, police Officer
1946 Rusty Young, Calif, rock steel guitarist (Poco-Heat of the Night)
1947 Anton Mosimann, chef
1947 Colin Sanders, British computer engineer (Solid State Logic)
1947 Geoff Cope, cricketer (England off-spinner 1977-78)
1947 Shakira Caine, Guyana, actress (Man Who be King)/Miss Guyana (1967)
1948 Bill Alexander, theatre director
1949 Anna-Maria Mller, German DR, Luge (Olympic-gold-1972)
1949 Larry Demps, US R&B vocalist (Dramatics-Me & Mrs Jones)
1949 Marc Garneau, Quebec City Canada, PhD/astronaut (STS 13, 77)
1949 Maureen Hicks, British MP
1949 Terry Comer, rocker
1949 Terry "Tex" Comer, bassist/guitarist
1950 Neil Jordan, Sligo Ireland, novelist (Dream of a Beast, Past)
1950 Steve Priest, London, rock bassist (Sweet Hayes)
1951 Patricia Richardson
1951 Patricia Richardson
1951 Patricia Richardson
1951 Patricia Richardson
1951 Patricia Richardson
1951 Ed "Too Tall" Jones, NFL linebacker (Dallas Cowboys)
1951 Nicholas Kenyon, controller (BBC Radio 3)
1951 Patricia Richardson, Bethesada Md, actress (Double Trouble, Home Imp)
1952 Brad Whitford, Mass, rock guitarist (Aerosmith-Jamie Got a Gun)
1953 Sallie L Baliunas, astrophysicist
1955 Howard Jones
1955 Howard Jones
1955 Howard Jones
1955 Howard Jones
1955 Howard Jones
1955 Howard Jones, rock pianist/vocalist (Things Can Only Get Better)
1958 David Sylvian, vocal/guitar (Sylvian Sylvian, Japan-Adolescent Sex)
1958 Lorraine Michaels, Canterbury England, playmate (April, 1981)
1958 Ria Brieffies, Dutch vocalist (Dolly Dots)
1959 John Arthur Wilson, Ceres CA, PGA golfer (1994 Anheuser-Busch-4th)
1960 Cindy Figg-Currier, Mt Pleasant MI, golfer (1994 Brit Open-6th)
1960 Gloria von Thurm un Taxis, Munich German FR, Princess
1960 Maria Gloria von Sch”nberg-Glauchau, wife of prince Thurn un Taxis
1960 Naruhito, crown prince of Japan
1962 Melinda Mays, Augusta Ga, playmate (Feb, 1983)
1962 Michael Wilton, rock guitarist (Queensrijche-Warning)
1963 Bobby Bonilla, NYC, outfielder (NY Mets, Balt Orioles, Marlins)
1963 Debbie Kruck, Danbury CT, Ms Fitness USA (1994)
1963 Reza Abdoh, theatre director
1963 Robert Collins, keyboard player
1964 Byron Evans, NFL linebacker (Phila Eagles)
1964 Dana Katherine Scully, fictional character (X-Files)
1964 John Norum, rocker
1965 Helena Sukova, Prague Czech Rep, tennis star (1985 US Open's Double)
1965 Kristin Davis, actress (Melrose Place)
1965 Sylvie Guillem, France, ballerina (Royal Ballet)
1966 John Druce, Peterborough, NHL right wing (Phila Flyers, LA Kings)
1966 Marc Price, actor/comedian (Skippy-Family Ties)
1967 Gord Murphy, Willowdale, NHL defenseman (Florida Panthers)
1967 Pam Blundell, fashion designer
1967 Steven C Stricker, Edgerton WI, PGA golfer (1994 Northern Telecom-2nd)
1968 Stephanie Seymour, SD Calif, actress/model (Sunny Side Up)
1969 Ed McDaniel, NFL linebacker (Minn Vikings)
1969 Michael Campbell, Hawera NZ, Australasia golfer
1971 Carin Hjalmarsson Koch, Kungalv Sweden, golfer (1995 Pinewild-7th)
1971 Jason Keller, Scarsdale NY, actor (Jason-Out of the Blue)
1971 Shane Keller, Scarsdale NY, actor (Shane-Out of the Blue)
1971 Torsten Kienass, Berlin GER, hockey defenseman (Team Germany)
1972 Greg Hill, NFL running back (KC Chiefs)
1972 Jamie Watson, NBA forward (Utah Jazz)
1972 Ryan Grigson, NFL guard/tackle (Detroit Lions)
1972 Steve Papin, WLAF running back (Scotland Claymores)
1973 Robert Pipkins, Staten Island NY, luger (Olympics-1994)
1974 Herschelle Gibbs, cricketer (South African Test batsman 1996)
1974 Kenyon Cotton, full back (Baltimore Ravens)
1975 Bohdan Utihrach, Czech, tennis star
1975 Chris Garner, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)
1975 Michael Tricario, actor (Randy-Wonder Years)
1975 Pat Barnes, quarterback (KC Chiefs)
1976 Dmitriy Dudarev, hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Oly-1998)
1976 Jeff O'Neill, Richmond Hill, NHL center (Hartford Whalers)
1977 Angie Trostel, Oxford Ohio, diver (Olympics-96)
1977 Dally Randriantefy, Antananarivo Madag, tennis star (1993 Marseille)
1978 Karolina Rantamaki, ice hockey left wing (Finland, Oly-98)
1980 Yvonne Tousek, Kitchener Ontario, gymnistic (Olympics-96)

Events


F.W. Woolworth opens the first '5 & 10', in Utica, NY.
F.W. Woolworth opens the first '5 & 10', in Utica, NY.
303 Emperor Diocletian orders general persecution of Christians
1455 Johannes Gutenberg prints 1st book, Bible (estimated date)
1574 France begins 5th holy war against Huguenots
1660 Charles XI becomes king of Sweden
1668 Fire in Wiener Hofburg in Vienna, emperor Leopold I rescued
1672 Joan Blaeus publishers destroyed by fire in Amsterdam
1689 Dutch prince William III proclaimed king of England
1778 Baron von Steuben joins Continental Army at Valley Forge
1792 Joseph Haydn's 94th Symphony in G, premieres
1792 Humane Society of Massachusetts incorporated (erected life-saving stations for distressed mariners)
1804 Conspirators against Napoleon, for restoration of Louis XVIII
1813 1st US raw cotton-to-cloth mill founded in Waltham, Mass
1820 Cato Street conspiracy uncovered
1821 College of Apothecaries organized in Phil; 1st US pharmacy college
1822 Boston is incorporated as a city
1836 Alamo besieged by Santa Anna; entire garrison eventually killed
1846 Polish revolutionaries march on Cracow, but are defeated
1847 Battle of Buena Vista M‚xico; Zachary Taylor defeats Mexicans
1854 Great-Britain & Orange Free state sign Convention of Bloemfontein
1861 By popular referendum, Texas becomes 7th state to secede from US
1861 Dutch Premier Floris A van Hall resigns
1861 Pres-elect Lincoln arrives secretly in Wash DC to take office
1869 Louisiana governor signs public accommodations law
1870 Mississippi is readmitted to US
1874 Mjr Walter Winfield patents game called "sphairistike" (lawn tennis)
1883 Alabama becomes 1st US state to enact an antitrust law
1883 American Anti-Vivisection Society organized (Phila)
1886 Aluminum manufacturing process developed
1886 London Times publishes world's 1st classified ad
1886 Tsjaikovski's symphony "Manfred," premieres
1887 Congress grants Seal Rocks to San Francisco.
1887 Congress grants Seal Rocks to San Francisco.
1887 Congress grants Seal Rocks to SF
1887 French/Italian Riviera struck by Earthquake; 2,000 die
1892 1st college student govt forms at Bryn Mawr Penn
1894 Stanley Cup: Montreal AAA's awarded cup by trustees as Ottawa refuses to travel to Toronto to play
1895 Jaap Eden skates world record 10km (17:56)
1895 William Heard, AME minister & educator, named minister to Liberia
1896 Tootsie Roll introduced by Leo Hirshfield
1898 In France, Emile Zola is imprisoned for writing his "J'accuse" letter accusing government of anti-Semitism & wrongly jailing Alfred Dreyfus
1900 Steamer "Rio de Janiero" sinks in San Francisco Bay.
1900 Steamer "Rio de Janiero" sinks in San Francisco Bay.
1900 Battle at Hart's Hill, South-Africa (Boers vs British army)
1900 Steamer "Rio de Janeiro" sinks in SF Bay
1903 Cuban state of Guantanamo leased to USA
1904 US acquired control of the Panama Canal Zone for $10 million
1905 Rotary Club International formed by 4 men in Chicago
1906 Tommy Burns beats Marvin Hart in 20 for heavyweight boxing title
1909 Russian tsar Nicolas II dissolves Finnish Diet
1910 1st radio contest held (Philadelphia)
1910 George Bernard Shaw's "Misalliance," premieres in London
1915 Germany sinks US ships Carib & Evelyn & torpedoes Norwegian ship Regin
1915 Nevada enforces convenient divorce law
1916 Congress authorizes McKinley Memorial $1 gold coin
1916 French artillery kills entire French 72nd division at Samogneux Verdun
1917 February revolution begins in Russia
1919 Fascist Party forms in Italy by Benito Mussolini
1921 1st US transcontinental air mail flight arrives in NYC from SF
1923 German Republic day with laws against worker
1923 Great Britain lowers import duty on German products from 26% to 5%
1927 Pres Coolidge creates Federal Radio Commission (FCC)
1934 Casey Stengel becomes manager of Brooklyn Dodgers
1934 Coronation of King Leopold III of Belgium
1936 1st rocket air mail flight, Greenwood Lake, NY
1938 Joe Louis KOs Nathan Mann in 3 for heavyweight boxing title
1939 Lou Thesz beats E Marshall in St Louis, to become wrestling champ
1940 Russian troops conquer Lasi Island
1940 Walt Disney's animated movie "Pinocchio," released
1942 Japanese sub fires on oil refinery in Ellwood, Calif
1943 Gen-Maj Bradley arrives in Dakar & Marrakesh
1943 German troops pull back through Kasserine-pass Tunisia
1945 2nd Dutch govt of Gerbrandy forms in London
1945 Canadian troops occupy Kalkar
1945 Operation Grenade: Gen Simpsons 9th Army crosses Ruhr
1945 US Marines raise flag on Iwo Jima, famous photo & statue
1947 Gen Eisenhower opens drive to raise $170M in aid for European Jews
1954 1st mass inoculation with Salk vaccine (Pittsburgh)
1954 Syrian army drives out president Adib el-Shishakli
1955 Edgar Faure forms French government
1956 20th Congress of CPSU closes in Moscow
1956 Russian party leader Khrushchev attacks memory of Stalin
1957 "Mr Wonderful" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 383 performances
1958 Last SF Municipal arc light, over intersection of Mission & 25th Street, removed (it had been installed in 1913).
1958 Last SF Municipal arc light, over intersection of Mission & 25th Street, removed (it had been installed in 1913).
1958 5-time world driving champion Juan Fangio kidnapped by Cuban rebels
1958 Arturo Frondizi elected president of Argentina
1958 Last Municipal arc light, Mission & 25th removed (installed in 1913)
1958 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1959 Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Lake Worth Golf Open
1959 KVIE TV channel 6 in Sacramento-Stockton, CA (PBS) begins broadcasting
1960 Demolition begins on Brooklyn's Ebbets Field (opened in 1913)
1962 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1964 Charlie Finley signs a 4 year lease to keep A's in Kansas City
1965 Constance Baker Motley elected Manhattan Borough president
1966 Aldo Moro forms Italian government
1966 Military coup in Syria ends Bitar govt
1966 Premier Obote grabs power in Uganda
1967 25th amendment (presidential succession) declared ratified
1967 John Herbert's "Fortune & Men's Eyes," premieres in NYC
1967 Ted Workman replaces Senator Keith Davey as CFL commissioner
1967 US troops begin largest offensive of Vietnam War
1968 Wilt Chamberlain becomes 1st NBAer to score 25,000 points
1969 Nayif Hawatimah forms Dem People's Front for Liberation of Palestine
1969 WWVU (now WNPB) TV channel 24 in Morgantown, WV (PBS) 1st broadcast
1970 Guyana becomes a republic (National Day)
1970 Holy Eucharist given by women for 1st time in Roman Catholic service
1971 Boston Bruins begin 13 NHL game win streak
1971 George Harrison is fined & his driving license is suspended for 1 year
1971 Lt Calley confessed & implicates Captain Medina
1973 Gold goes up $10 overnight to record $95 an ounce in London
1974 Patty Hearst, daughter of publisher Randolph Hearst, kidnapped by SLA
1974 Teri Garr appears on Bob Newhart Show in "Confessions of an Orth"
1975 Amy Alcott wins LPGA Orange Blossom Golf Classic
1976 Owners announce spring training won't open without a labor contract
1978 20th Grammy Awards: Hotel Calif, Fleetwood Mac, Debbie Boone wins
1979 "Sarava" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 140 performances
1979 Frank Peterson Jr named 1st black general in Marine Corps
1979 George Harrison releases "George Harrison" album
1980 13th Winter Olympic games close at Lake Placid, NY
1980 Eric Heiden wins all 5 speed skating golds at Lake Placid Olympics
1980 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1980 Oil tanker explosion off Pilos, Greece, causes 37-mil-gallon spill
1981 People mag features drug ordeal of Mackenzie & Papa John Phillips
1981 Spanish coup under lt-col Antonio Tejero Molina fails
1982 Michael Frayn's "Noises Off," premieres in London
1983 25th Grammy Awards: Roxanna, Toto IV, Men at Work wins
1983 USFL NJ Generals sign Heisman winner Herschel Walker (3 years-$5 mil)
1985 Indiana basketball coach Bobby Knight throws a chair during a game
1985 US Senate confirms Edwin Meese III as attorney general
1986 Despite losing, Red Sox Wade Boggs gets largest arbitration ($1.35M)
1986 Mary Beth Zimmerman wins LPGA Standard Register/Samaritan Golf Classic
1986 Nelli Fiere-Cooman runs world record 60 m indoor (7.00 sec)
1987 Dick Howser retires from managing KC Royals, due to brain tumor
1987 Russian Writers Union accepts Boris Pasternak posthumous as member
1987 Supernova 1987A in LMC 1st seen; 1st naked-eye supernova since 1604
1988 15th Winter Olympic games opens in Calgary, Alberta
1988 Chicago gives Cubs right to install lights & play up to 18 night games
1988 Yvonne van Gennip skates female record 3k (4:11.94)
1990 Ian Smith 173* NZ v India, 136 balls, world record for no 9 bat
1991 Greg Haugen scores a split decision over Hector "Macho" Camacho
1991 Military coup in Thailand, Premier Choonhaven arrested
1991 NC is 1st NCAA basketball team to win 1,500 games
1991 Patty Sheehan wins LPGA Orix Hawaiian Ladies Golf Open
1991 US insists Iraq publicly announce it is leaving Kuwait by 12 PM EST
1992 16th Winter Olympic games closes in Albertville, France
1992 Andy Flower scores 115* on ODI debut, Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka
1992 World Cup scoreline Zimbabwe 4-312, Sri Lanka 7-313
1993 Gary Coleman wins $1,280,000 lawsuit against parents for high fees
1993 India complete a 3-0 series drubbing of England
1993 Sacramento Gold Miners admitted as CFL's 9th franchise (1st US team)
1994 Indians owner Richard Jacobs announces he will pay $10 million to name baseball field (Jacobs Field) at Gateway (becomes official 3/23)
1995 "Uncle Vanya" opens at Circle in Sq Theater NYC for 29 performances
1995 Antoine Nduwayo appointed Premier of Burundi
1995 Dow Jones closes above 4,000 for 1st time (4,003.33)
1996 Mark Waugh scores 130 in World Cup vs Kenya, 207 w/brother Steve
1996 Rajindra Dhanraj takes 9-97 for Trinidad against Leeward Islands
1997 Ali Abu Kamal opens fire in Empire State Building & kills 1
1997 American Express Senior Golf Invitational
1997 Jeff Sluman wins Tucson Golf Classic
1997 NBC TV shows "Schindler's List," completely uncensored, 65M watch
1997 Tucson Chrysler Golf Classic
1997 Scientists in Scotland announced they succeeded in cloning an adult mammal, producing a lamb named "Dolly"
1998 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Charleston SC on WAVF 96.1 FM
1998 Supreme Court lets Megan's Law stand
1998 Tornadoes in Florida kills at least 31

That's All....

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