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Tuesday, February 6, 2018.



Birthdays


1461 Dzore Drzic, Croatian poet
1564 Christopher Marlowe, English poet/dramatist (Dr Faustus)
1608 Antonio Vieira, Portuguese Jesuit preacher
1612 Antoine Arnauld, [Grand Arnauld], French lawyer/theologist
1637 Toyotomi Hideyoshi, unified Japan
1665 Anne Stuart, queen of England (1702-14)
1673 Maximilian Dietrich Freisslich, composer
1695 Andre Cheron, composer
1705 Johann Matthias Leffloth, composer
1724 Paul-Louis Cyffl‚, Flemish sculptor (Terre de Lorraine)
1753 Evariste D‚sir‚ Desforges chevalier de Parny, French poet
1756 Aaron Burr, duelist.
1756 Aaron Burr, duelist.
1756 Aaron Burr, Newark NJ, (D-R), 3rd US VP (1801-05), dueler
1778 Ugo Foscolo, Italy, poet (Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis)
1793 Pietro Rovelli, composer
1797 Joseph Maria von Radowitz, Prussian minister of Foreign affairs
1798 Th‚odore Caruelle d'Aligny, French painter/etcher
1802 Charles Wheatstone, English physicist/musician [or Feb 7]
1804 Ragnerus L van Andringa de Kempenaer, Dutch officer/swindler
1807 Hans Matthison-Hansen, composer
1818 William Maxwell Evarts, (Union), died in 1901
1830 Marcellus Monroe Crocker, Brig gen (Union volunteers), died in 1865)
1832 John Brown Gordon, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1904
1833 James Ewell Brown "JEB" Stuart, Major General (Confederate Army)
1833 Jos‚ M de Pereda y S nchez the Porr£a, Spanish writer (Sotileza)
1834 William Dorsey Pender, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1863
1838 Henry Irving, [John H Brodribb], Engld, knighted 1895/actor (Hamlet)
1848 Luigi Mancinelli, composer
1860 Johan [Eliza J] de Meester, Dutch journalist/writer (Geertje)
1864 John Henry Mackay, Scottish/German author/poet (Anarchists)
1866 Karl T Sapper, German geography/geologist (Vulkankunde)
1872 Theodor Lessing, writer [or Feb 8]
1874 Milton Bennett Medary, US, architect (Washington Chapel)
1876 Wilhelm Schmidtbonn[-Schmidt], German playwright (Der Sprechende Eros)
1878 Waclaw Gieburowski, composer
1879 Carl Ramsauer
1881 Karl Weigl, composer
1885 George Herman Ruth ('Babe Ruth').
1885 George Herman Ruth ('Babe Ruth').
1886 Louis Pi‚rard, Belgian journalist/writer (Great Germany)
1888 Ljudmil Stojanow, Bulgarian poet (Metsh i Slowo, Cholera)
1889 Karel Wellens, Flemish painter
1889 Siegfried Kracauer, writer
1890 Anton Hermann Fokker, avation pioneer
1893 Muhammad Zafrulla Khan, pres of UN General Assembly (1962-63)
1895 Babe Ruth
1895 Babe Ruth
1895 Babe Ruth
1895 Babe Ruth
1895 Babe Ruth
1895 George Herman (Babe) Ruth, Baltimore, baseball great (Yankees)
1897 Alberto [de Almeida] Cavalcanti, Brazil, director (Nicholas Nickleby)
1899 Ramon Novarro, [Jos‚ RG Samaniegos], Durango Mexico, actor (Ben Hur)
1900 Roy Smeck, guitarist/banjoist
1900 Rudolf V„rnlund, Swedish playwright (Heliga Familjen)
1901 Ben Lyon, Atlanta GA, actor (I Cover the Waterfront, Night Nurse)
1902 Louis Nizer, lawyer (defended blacklisted stars in '50s, Catspaw)
1903 John Dunning, cricketer (NZ medium-fast bowler of 30's)
1903 Pieter G Buckinx, Flemish writer (Temptation of Poverty)
1904 Claudio Arrau, Chile, composer/pianist (Boston Symphony Orchestra)
1905 Wladislaw Gomulka, premier of Poland
1907 Sam Green, industrialist/inventor
1908 Amintore Fanfani, premier of Italy
1908 Edward Lansdale, general/model (Quiet American, Ugly American)
1908 Thomas Dorrington Tomlinson, national Park Warden
1909 Israel Citkowitz, composer
1910 George H Poyser, English soccer player/manager (Brentford)
1910 Irmgard Keun, West German writer (Das kunstseidene M„dchen)
1911 Ronald Reagan
1911 Ronald Reagan
1911 Ronald Reagan
1911 Ronald Reagan, 40th President (1981- )
1911 Ronald Reagan
1911 Ronald Reagan, 40th President (1981- )
1911 Ronald Reagan
1911 A W "Dooley" Briscoe, cricketer (batted in 2 Tests for S Africa 30's)
1911 Ronald Reagan, IL, actor (Bedtime for Bonzo)/40th pres (R) (1981-89)
1912 Eva Braun, mistress (Adolph Hitler)
1913 John Lund, Rochester NY, actor (Wackiest Ship in the Army)
1913 Mary Nicol Leakey, palaeontologist
1915 Derk Roemers, Dutch politician (Soc-Dem)
1916 Bill Doggett, rocker
1917 Arthur Gold, Toronto, Canada, pianist
1917 Liberato Firmino Sifonia, composer
1919 Zsa Zsa Gabor
1919 Zsa Zsa Gabor
1919 Zsa Zsa Gabor
1919 Zsa Zsa Gabor
1919 Zsa Zsa Gabor
1919 Lindsay Tuckett, cricketer (son of Len, 9 Tests for S Africa 1947-49)
1919 Louis Heren, journalist/writer (China's Three Thousand Years)
1920 James H Scheuer, (Rep-D-NY, 1965-73, 75- )
1922 Patrick MacNee, London England, actor (Jonathan Steed-Avengers)
1923 Maurice Le Roux, composer
1924 Billy Wright, English soccer player
1924 Billy W William Ambrose right, soccer star
1924 Paolo Volponi, Italian communist/author (Road to Rome)
1927 Smokey Burgess, baseball catcher (Pitts Pirates)
1929 Keith Waterhouse, English writer (Billy Liar, Say Who Are You?)
1929 Sixten Jernberg, Sweden, skier (Olympic-gold-1956/60/64)
1931 Mamie Van Doren
1931 Rip Torn
1931 Mamie Van Doren
1931 Rip Torn
1931 Mamie Van Doren
1931 Rip Torn
1931 Mamie Van Doren
1931 Rip Torn
1931 Mamie Van Doren
1931 Rip Torn
1931 Freddie Trueman, cricketer ("Fiery Fred", 307 wickets for England)
1931 Fred Trueman, [Fiery Fred], English cricket player
1931 Rip Torn, Tx, actor (Coma, Summer Rental, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof)
1932 Fran‡ois Truffaut, Paris, director (Jules & Jim, Fahrenheit 451)
1933 Leslie Crowther, English TV-comic/quizmaster
1933 Mamie Van Doren, Rowena SD, actress (Navy vs Night Monsters) [or 2/2]
1933 Walter E Fauntroy, (Rep-D-DC, 1971- )
1936 Otis Williams, rocker (Charms)
1936 Wies Andersen, [Alo‹s de Bois], Belgian actor/producer (Maigret)
1937 Baldev Singh Chahal, campaigner
1938 Ellsworth Milburn, composer
1939 Mike Farrell
1939 Mike Farrell
1939 Mike Farrell
1939 Mike Farrell
1939 Mike Farrell
1939 Mike Farrell, St Paul Minn, actor (BJ Honeycutt-M*A*S*H, Battered)
1940 Tom Brokaw
1940 Tom Brokaw
1940 Tom Brokaw
1940 Tom Brokaw
1940 Tom Brokaw
1940 Jimmy Tarbuck, English comic/golfer
1940 Tom Brokaw, Yankton SD, news anchor (NBC Nightly News 1982- )
1941 Gigi Perreau, LA Calif, actress (Journey to Center of Time)
1941 Stephen Albert, composer
1942 John London, bassist (Michael Nesmith band)
1943 Fabian
1943 Fabian
1943 Fabian
1943 Fabian
1943 Fabian
1943 Fabian Forte, Phila Pa, vocalist (Turn Me Loose, Tiger)
1943 Gayle Hunnicutt, Ft Worth Tx, actress (Legend of Hell House, Dallas)
1944 Michael Tucker
1944 Michael Tucker
1944 Michael Tucker
1944 Michael Tucker
1944 Michael Tucker
1944 Michael Tucker, Balt MD, actor (Stuart Markowitz-LA Law)
1945 Bob Marley
1945 Bob Marley
1945 Bob Marley
1945 Bob Marley
1945 Bob Marley
1945 Bob Marley, Jamacian reggae vocalist (& Wailers-Roots Rock Reggae)
1947 Charles Hickcox, US, 200m/400m medley swimmer (Olympic-3 gold-1968)
1949 Frank Rich, US politician (?)
1949 Manuel Orantes, tennis champ (US Open-1975)
1949 Richie Zisk, baseball player
1950 Natalie Cole
1950 Natalie Cole
1950 Natalie Cole
1950 Natalie Cole
1950 Natalie Cole
1950 Mike Batt, composer/arranger
1950 Natalie Cole, LA Calif, vocalist (Pink Cadillac, Miss You Like Crazy)
1950 Punky Meadows, Washington DC, rock guitarist (Angel)
1950 Rich Glover, NFLer
1951 Maria Christina, Belgian princess/daughter of Leopold III
1952 Richard Charsworth, Australian women field hockey head coach (Oly-96)
1953 Susie Hutchison, Flintridge Calif, equestrian show jumper (Olymp-96)
1954 Scott Kempner, "Top Ten" rocker (Del Lords)
1955 Eric Money, NBAer
1956 Jon Walmsley, Lancashire England, actor (Jason-Waltons)
1956 Linda Grovenor, Baltimore MD, actress (Die Laughing, Wheels of Fire)
1957 Jerry Marotta, rocker (Orleans-Love Takes Time)
1957 Kathy Najimy, actress (Sister Act, Veronica's Closet)
1957 Robert Townsend, Chicago, comedian/actor (Hollywood Shuffle, Ratboy)
1958 Barry Miller, LA Calif, actor (Fame, Peggy Sue Got Married)
1958 Bill Dawley, baseball player
1958 Cecily Adams, Queens NY, entertainment caster (American Heart)
1958 Kelly Leadbetter, Phoenix AZ, LPGA golfer (1986 Hennessy French Open)
1958 Mark Hamilton, Louisville KY, sprint kayak Olympics-96)
1958 Simon Baker, Australian speed walker, (Olympics-84, 88, 96)
1960 Megan Gallagher, Reading PA, actress (Slap Maxwell, Millennium)
1961 Yuri Ivanovich Onufriyenko, Russian major/cosmonaut (Mir, Soyuz TM-23)
1962 Axl Rose
1962 Axl Rose
1962 Axl Rose
1962 Axl Rose
1962 Axl Rose
1962 Axl Rose, [William Bailey], Lafayette In, vocalist (Guns & Roses)
1963 David Capel, cricketer (England all-rounder in 15 Tests 1987-90)
1963 Mike Hough, Montreal, NHL left wing (Florida Panthers)
1964 Matt Hayes, Australian soling yachter (Olympics-96)
1964 Skip Ewing, Redlands Calif, country vocalist (Coast of Colorado)
1965 Jan Sver k, Zatec Czech, director (Kolya, Jizda, Ropaci)
1966 Alex Antonitsch, Austria, tennis star
1966 Rick Astley, rock vocalist (Never Gonna Give You Up)
1966 Tom Tupa, NFL punter/quarterback (Cleve Browns, NE Patriots)
1967 Bennie Dekker, Dutch soccer player (NEC/AZ/De Graafschap)
1967 Mike Evans, WLAF defensive tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)
1967 Randy Hilliard, NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1968 Imtiaz Abbasi, UAE cricket wicket-keeper (World Cup 1996)
1968 Malika Mahfoud, Copenhagen Denmark, golfer (Gippsland Ladies Amateur)
1968 Richard Newbill, WLAF linebacker (London Monarchs)
1969 Anna Acker-Macosko, Marshfield WI, LPGA golfer (1995 Gold Coast Tour)
1969 April Lerman, Chicago Ill, actress (Lila-Charles in Charge)
1969 Bob Wickman, Green Bay WI, pitcher (Chic White Sox, NY Yankees)
1969 Greg Patrick, WLAF safety (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1969 James Jones, NFL defensive tackle (Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens)
1969 Kurt Abbott, US baseball player (Florida Marlins)
1969 Rajindra Dhanraj, Trinidad cricket leg-spinner (WI 1994-95)
1970 Jeff Rouse, US, 50m/100m backstroke swimmer (Olymp-gold/silver-92, 96)
1970 Mark Hutton, Adelaide Australia, pitcher (NY Yankees)
1971 Brad Hogg, cricketer (WA chinaman all-rounder, Australia v India 1996)
1971 Carlos Rogers, NBA forward/center (Toronto Raptors)
1971 Lance Bade, Vancouver BC, US double trap (Olympics-bronze-1996)
1971 Mana Endo, Hiroshima Japan, tennis star (1996 3rd round Aust Open)
1971 Peter Tchernyshev, St Petersburg Russia, dance skater (& Naomi Lang)
1972 David Binn, NFL safety (SD Chargers)
1972 Mark Labbrook, Australian 200m/400m runner (Olympics-96)
1972 Shawn Respert, NBA guard (Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors)
1973 Arie Obdam, Dutch soccer player (FC Volendam)
1973 Fred Miller, tackle (St Louis Rams)
1973 Lulama Masikazana, cricket wicket-keeper (Kwazulu for E Province)
1974 Nathan Davis, defensive tackle (Atlanta Falcons)
1974 Olaf Lindenbergh, soccer player (Ajax, De Graafschap)
1975 Chad Allen, Dallas Tx, baseball outfielder (Olympics-bronze-96)
1975 Leo Insam, hockey defenseman (Team Italy 1998)
1976 Elina Zisi, Miss Greece Universe (1997)
1976 Kim Zmeskal, Houston TX, US gymnist (Olympic-92)
1984 Brandon Hammond, actor (Grgory Hines Show)

Events


New Zealand Day, celebrated in (where else?) New Zealand
New Zealand Day, celebrated in (where else?) New Zealand
337 St Julius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1189 Riots of Lynn in Norfolk spread to Norwich England
1508 Maximilian I crowned Holy Roman Emperor
1577 King Henri de Bourbon of Navarra becomes leader of Huguenots
1626 Huguenot rebels & French sign Peace of La Rochelle
1651 -7] Cardinal Mazarin flees Paris
1693 College of William and Mary chartered in Williamsburg, Va
1693 College of William and Mary chartered in Williamsburg, Va
1693 Royal charter granted College of William & Mary, Williamsburg, Va
1716 England & Netherlands renew alliance
1778 England declares war on France
1778 France recognizes US, signs treaty of aid in Paris; 1st US treaty
1788 Mass becomes 6th state to ratify constitution
1815 NJ issues 1st US railroad charter (John Stevens)
1819 Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles founds freeport harbor Singapore
1820 1st organized emigration of blacks back to Africa (NY to Sierra Leone)
1820 US population announced at 9,638,453 (1,771,656 blacks (18.4%))
1832 1st appearance of cholera at Edinburgh, Scotland
1832 US ship destroys Sumatran village in retaliation for piracy
1836 HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin reach Diemen's Land (Tasmania)
1840 Waitangi Day; treaty signed between Britain & Maoris of NZ
1851 Robert Schumann's 3rd Symphony "Rhenisch," premieres in Dsseldorf
1854 Composer R Schumann is saved from suicide attempt into the Rhine
1861 1st meeting of Provisional Congress of Confederate States of America
1861 English Adm Robert Ritzroy issues 1st storm warnings for ships
1862 Gen Ulysses S Grant captures Fort Henry in Tennessee
1862 Naval Engagement at Tenn River-USS Conestago vs CSS Appleton Belle
1862 Ulysses S Grant begins military campaign in Mississippi
1864 -7] Skirmish at Barnett's Ford Virginia
1865 2nd day of battle at Dabney's Mills (Hatcher's Run)
1865 Robert E Lee appointed Confederate General in Chief
1867 Peabody Fund forms to promote Black education in South
1869 Harper's Weekly publishes 1st picture of Uncle Sam with chin whiskers
1891 1st great train robbery by Dalton Gang (Southern Pacific #17)
1899 Spanish-American War ends, peace treaty ratified by Senate
1900 Spanish-American War ends
1900 Spanish-American War ends
1900 Battle at Vaalkrans, South-Africa (Boers vs British army)
1902 Young Women's Hebrew Association organizes in NYC
1904 Russian-Japanese war began
1911 1st old-age home opened in Prescott, Ariz
1911 Great fire destroys downtown Constantinople/Istanbul Turkey
1918 Britain grants women (30 & over) vote
1919 1st day of 5-day Seattle general strike
1920 Saarland administrated by League of Nations
1921 "The Kid," starring Charlie Chaplin & Jackie Coogan, released
1922 US, UK, France, Italy & Japan sign Washington Naval Arms Limitation Treaty
1922 US, UK, France, Italy & Japan sign Washington Naval Arms Limitation Treaty
1922 Cardinal Achille Ratti elected Pope Pius XI
1922 US, UK, France, Italy & Japan sign Washington naval arms limitation
1926 NFL rules college students ineligible until college classes graduates
1926 St Louis Browns acquire catcher Wally Schang from NY Yankees
1929 Rudy Vallee recorded "Deep Night"
1932 1st Olympic dog sled race, Lake Placid, NY (demonstration sport)
1932 Fascist coup in the Memel territory
1933 -90øF (-68øC), Oymyakon, USSR (Asian record)
1933 112' ocean wave observed near Manila
1933 20th Amendment goes into effect: Pres term begins in Jan not March
1933 20th amendment (terms of office) passed
1933 Highest recorded sea wave (not tsunami), 34 m, in Pacific hurricane
1933 Pres von Hindenburg & von Papen end Prussian parliament
1934 Reds purchase 43-year-old Dazzy Vance from the Cards for $7,500
1935 "Monopoly" board game goes on sale for 1st time
1935 1st election to allow women to vote in Turkey
1936 4th Winter Olympic games open in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1936 Pravda criticizes Shostakovitch' ballet "Clear Brook"
1937 K Elizabeth Ohi becomes 1st Japanese-US female lawyer
1939 Spanish govt flees to France
1941 Auke Adema wins 6th official Dutch 11 Cities Skating Race (9:19)
1941 Battle of Beda Fomm: Italian 10th army destroyed
1941 British troops conquer Bengazi, Libya
1943 1st Spitfire in action above Darwin, Australia, Mu Ki-46 shot down
1943 Singer Frank Sinatra debuts on radio's "Your Hit Parade"
1945 8th Air Force bombs Magdeburg/Chemnitz
1945 Russian Red Army crosses the river Oder
1946 "Lute Song" opens at Plymouth Theater NYC for 142 performances
1947 Compton & Arthur Morris both complete dual tons in same Test Cricket
1948 1st radio-controlled airplane flown
1948 Bradman retires hurt, 57 in his last Test Cricket innings in Australia
1948 KNXT (now KCBS) TV channel 2 in Los Angeles, CA (CBS) 1st broadcast
1951 "Broker Special" train crashes in Woodbridge NJ, killing 84
1951 Radio commentator Paul Harvey arrested for trying to sneak into
1951 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site Argonne Atomic Lab (Ill), to demonstrate lax in security
1952 England replaces King George VI stamp series with Queen Elizabeth II
1953 Ian Craig makes Test Cricket debut at 17 yrs 239 days, youngest Aussie
1953 US controls on wages & some consumer goods were lifted
1956 Chicago's Daily Defender, begins publishing
1956 French premier Guy Mollet pelted with tomatoes in Algiers
1956 U of Alabama refuses admission to Autherine Lucy (because he's black)
1958 7 members on Manchester United football team die in an air crash
1958 Ted Williams signs with Red Sox for $135,000, making him highest paid
1959 1st successful test-fire of Titan ICBM
1959 Fidel Castro is interviewed by Edward R Murrow
1961 "Jail, No Bail" Jail-in movement starts in Rock Hill SC
1961 KOAP TV channel 10 in Portland, OR (PBS) begins broadcasting
1962 Schoolman Athletic Field in the Bronx named
1964 "Rugantino" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 28 performances
1964 France & Great-Britain sign accord over building channel tunnel
1964 WCIU TV channel 26 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting
1965 "Kelly" opens & closes at Broadhurst Theater NYC
1965 Righteous Brothers "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" hits #1
1967 Cultural Revolution in Albania
1967 Heavyweight Cassius Clay beats Ernie Terrell in Houston
1967 Muhammad Ali TKOs Ernie Terrell in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1968 10th Winter Olympic games opens in Grenoble, France
1968 Dutch 2nd Chamber condemns US bombing of North Vietnam
1968 Former Pres Dwight Eisenhower shot a hole-in-one
1968 KESD TV channel 8 in Brookings, SD (PBS) begins broadcasting
1969 "Dear World" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 132 performances
1969 Jerry Herman's "Dear World," premieres in NYC
1970 Graeme Pollock completes 274 v Australia at Durban
1970 NBA expands to 18 teams with Buffalo, Cleveland, Houston & Portland
1971 1st time a golf ball is hit on Moon (by Alan Shepard)
1973 "Shelter" opens at John Golden Theater NYC for 31 performances
1973 40,000 civil servants demonstrate against higher pension contribution
1973 6th ABA All-Star Game: West 123 beats East 111 at Utah
1973 Bernice Fekete skips her curling rink to 2nd straight 8-ender, Edm
1974 3rd time Rangers shut-out Islanders 6-0
1974 Dutch speed limit set at 100km due to oil crisis
1974 US House of Reps begins determining grounds for impeachment of Nixon
1975 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1976 George Harrison releases "This Guitar (Can't Keep From Crying)"
1977 4th time Rangers shut-out Islanders 4-0
1977 Alain Prieur jumps his motorcycle 65 m over 16 buses, near Paris
1977 Harley Race beats Terry Funk in Toronto, to become NWA wrestling champ
1978 Muriel, wife of late Hubert Humphrey (Sen-D-Minn) takes his office
1978 Snowstorm hits New England, parts of RI (54" (137cm))
1979 Supreme court of Lahore affirms death sentence against premier Bhutto
1981 "Brady Brides," debuts on NBC TV
1981 Beatles McCartney, Starr & Harrison record a tribute to John Lennon
1981 Suleiman Nyambui runs world record 5k indoor (13:20.4)
1982 "Centerfold" by J Geils Band hit #1 on pop chart
1983 13th NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 20-19
1983 Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Elizabeth Arden Golf Classic
1984 Moslem militiamen take over West Beirut from Lebanese army
1986 NJ Devil Peter McNab becomes 42nd NHLer to score 350 goals
1987 No-smoking rules take effect in federal buildings
1987 US female Figure Skating championship won by Jill Trenary
1988 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1989 Lech Walesa begins negotiating with Polish govt
1990 Brett Hull becomes 1st son of NHL 50 goal scorer (Bobby) to score 50
1990 Ground breaking begins on Baltimore Orioles' new $102 million stadium
1990 Steve Briers of Wales recited the entire lyrics of Queen's album "A Night At The Opera" in 9 minutes & 58.44 seconds backwards!
1991 Mousey Davis becomes 1st coach of NY-NJ Knights
1992 "Late Night's 10th Anniversary Show At Radio City Music Hall" on NBC
1993 44th NHL All-Star Game: Wales beat Campbell 16-6 at Montreal
1993 Riddick Bowe TKOs Michael Dokes in 1 for heavyweight boxing title
1994 "Government Inspector" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 37 perfs
1994 Dawn Coe-Jones wins LPGA Healthsouth Palm Beach Golf Classic
1994 Jos‚ Maria Figueres elected president of Costa Rica
1994 Leonid Voloshin triple jumps world record 17.77m
1994 Martti Ahtisaari elected president of Finland
1994 NFL Pro Bowl: NFC beats AFC 17-3
1995 Beachboy Brian Wilson wed Melinda Ledbetter
1995 Darryl Strawberry suspended from baseball for 60 days
1995 Greg Blewett scores his 2nd century in his 2nd Test Cricket
1996 Heidi Fleiss scheduled to begin her 7 year jail sentence
1997 Diane Blood, 32, in England, won right to use her dead husbands sperm
1998 Twins trade Chuck Knoblauch to NY Yankees for $3M & 4 minor leaguers
1998 Mary Kay LeTourneau, 36, former teacher, who violated probation by seeing 14 year old father of her baby, sentenced to 7« years

That's All....

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