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Tuesday, April 17, 2018.



Birthdays


1539 Tobias Stimmer, Swiss painter/cartoonist (Comedia)
1573 Maximilian I, duke/ruler of Bayern (Catholic League)
1586 John Ford, English dramatist ('Tis Pity She's a Whore)
1587 Marco Ivan Lukacic, composer
1622 Henry Vaughan, English poet (Silex Scintillans)
1644 Abraham Jansz Storck, painter, baptized
1666 Fran‡ois Valentijn, Dutch vicar/writer
1676 Frederik I, van Hessen Kassel, King of Sweden (1720-51)
1683 Johann David Heinichen, composer
1699 Robert Blair, Scottish poet (Grave)
1715 Johann Wolfgang Kleinknecht, composer
1719 Christian Gottfried Krause, composer
1738 Philip Hayes, composer
1741 Johann Gottlieb Naumann, composer
1741 Samuel Chase, judge (signed Decl of Ind)
1774 Vaclav Jan Krtitel Tomasek, organist/pianist/composer
1788 Joseph Gilbert Totten, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1864
1797 Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Tolbecque, Belgian composer/conductor
1798 E. Bobillier --1840
1798 E. Bobillier --1840
1798 E. Bobillier --1840
1798 E. Bobillier --1840
1798 E. Bobillier --1840
1809 Philip St George Cocke, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1861
1811 Ann Sheppard Mounsey, composer
1813 Henry Washington Benham, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1884
1820 Gottfried Conradi, composer
1827 French C Baeckelmans, Flemish architect (St Amanduskerk, Antwerp)
1837 John Pierpoint (JP) Morgan, financed the US.
1837 John Pierpoint (JP) Morgan, financed the US.
1837 John Pierpont Morgan, US banker/CEO (US Steel)
1845 Isabel Barrows, US, editor/penologist (Conference on Negro Question)
1863 Johannes P Boskaljon, Cura‡ao composer/conductor
1868 Charles R Gallas, Dutch lexicographer (French dictionary)
1869 Johannes M Meulenhoff, Dutch publisher
1870 Ray Stannard Baker, US, journalist (Puliter Prize 1940)
1876 Ian Hay, Scotland, novelist/playwright (PIp, Carrying On)
1881 Anton Wildgans, writer
1882 Artur Schnabel, Lipnik Austria, pianist (Beethoven Piano Sonatas)
1883 Hermann Darewsky, composer
1885 Cecil Burleigh, composer
1885 Isak Dinesen, Danish writer (Out of Africa, 7 Gothic Tales)
1885 Karen Blixen-Finecke, [Dinesen], Danish writer (Out of Africa)
1885 Tania Blixen, writer
1886 Otto Lederer, Czechoslovakia, actor (Jazz Singer)
1890 Art Acord, Glenwood Sevier UT, western actor (Arizona Kid, Hard Fists)
1892 Jean PJC Haesaert, Flemish lawyer/sociologist
1894 Nikita S Khrushchev, Soviet leader (1953-64)
1894 Nikita S Khrushchev, Soviet leader (1953-64)
1894 Nikita S Khrushchev, 1st secretary USSR (1953-64)
1895 Bert Wheeler, actor (Nitwits, Hold 'em Jail, High Flyers, Rainmakers)
1896 Senor Wences, ventriloquist (his hand acts as a puppet)
1897 Thornton Wilder, American novelist, playwright (Our Town).
1897 Thornton Wilder, American novelist, playwright (Our Town).
1897 Antonius F "Anton" Coolen, Dutch author (Village by the River)
1897 Harald Saeverud, Bergen Norway, composer (Saline) [NS]
1897 Thornton N Wilder, US, novelist/playwright (Our Town)
1899 Vincent Wigglesworth, entomologist
1901 George Keyt, artist
1902 Anton Beuving, lyricist (Ketelbinkie)
1903 Gregor Piatigorsky, Ekaterinoslav Russia, cellist (or 4/20)
1903 Nicolas Nabokov, Near Lubcha Minsk Russia, composer (Holy Devil)
1904 Edward Chodorov, playwright/director (Story of Louis Pasteur)
1904 Naoomal Jeoomal, cricketer (pioneer Indian Test opening batsman)
1905 Arthur Lake, Corbin Ky, actor (Dagwood-Blondie)
1905 Louis Jean Heydt, Montclair NJ, actor (Joe-Waterfront)
1906 M Rooi, editor-in-chief (New Rotterdam Daily)
1909 Alain Emile Louis Marie Poher, politician
1909 Humphrey Sims Moore, pacifist/journalist
1909 Patrick Reilly, diplomat
1911 Mikhail Botvinnik of USSR, world chess champion (1948-63)
1911 Mikhail Botvinnik of USSR, world chess champion (1948-63)
1911 Earl of Lauderdale
1911 Jean-Pierre Herve Bazin, writer
1911 Mikhail Botvinnik, of USSR, world chess champion (1948-63)
1912 Isador Caplan, lawyer/Aldeburgh Festival Pioneer
1913 Paul Langton, Salt Lake City Utah, actor (Leslie-Peyton Place)
1913 Richard Travis, Carlsbad NM, actor (Missile to the Moon)
1916 Sirimavo Bandaranaike, world's first woman PM (Sri Lanka)
1916 Sirimavo Bandaranaike, world's first woman PM (Sri Lanka)
1916 Azijn Banana, [Oscar Enau], Antillean publicist
1916 David Stafford-Clark, psychiatrist
1916 Donald Gibson, British vice-admiral
1916 Ryoei Saito, businessman
1916 Sirimavo Bandaranaike, world's 1st woman PM (Sri Lanka, 1960..77)
1916 Vinegar Banana, [Oscar Enau], Antillean publicist
1918 William Holden
1918 William Holden
1918 William Holden
1918 William Holden
1918 William Holden
1918 Anne Shirley, UK, actress (Devil & Daniel Webster, Stella Dallas)
1918 William Holden, Ill, actor (Stalag 17, Bridge Over River Kwai, SOB)
1920 Bengt N Anderberg, Swedish poet/writer (Kain)
1920 Joan "Maudie" Warburton, painter
1921 Donald Barron, CEO (Midland Bank)
1923 Harry Reasoner
1923 Harry Reasoner
1923 Harry Reasoner
1923 Harry Reasoner
1923 Harry Reasoner
1923 Harry Reasoner, Dakota City Iowa, newscaster (60 Minutes, ABC, CBS)
1923 Lindsay Anderson, Bangalore India, director (Thursday's Children)
1923 Lloyd Biggle Jr, US, sci-fi author (Silence is Deadly)
1923 Norman Potter, cabinetmaker designer/writer
1924 Patrick Sergeant, founder (Euromoney Publications)
1925 Anne Harris, CEO (Natl Federation of Women's Institutes)
1925 John Yates, bishop (Lambeth England)
1925 Joyce Buck, actress/interior designer
1926 Arthur Hockaday, director-Gen (Commonwealth War Graves Commission)
1926 G M Hughes, professor/zoologist
1926 Michael Vernon, CEO (RNLI)
1927 Christopher Whelen, composer
1927 Tadeusz Mazowiecki, premier of Poland (1989-90)
1928 Cynthia Ozick, US, author (Pagan Rabbi & Other Stories)
1929 Eileen Stamers-Smith, headmistress (Malvern Girls' College)
1929 James Last, orchestra leader/composer/arranger
1929 Lady (James) Mellon, CEO (Volunteer Development Scotland)
1930 Chris Barber, jazz trombonist
1930 Genevieve, Paris France, singer (Jack Paar Show, Scruples)
1931 Joan Clague, director of nursing services (Marie Curie Foundation)
1931 John Bartlett, tennis player (Davis Cup capt-Britain)
1931 John Chalstrey, alderman/Lord Mayor (London)
1931 Joyce Molyneux, chef
1931 Ruth Etchells, principal (St John's College-Durham)
1932 Graziella Sciutti, Italian opera singer
1932 Han J A Hansen [Jansen], Dutch journalist (King Comes!)
1932 Ramsay Melhuish, diplomat
1933 Penelope Lively, writer
1933 Tim Rathbone, MP
1934 Don Kirshner, rock & roll producer (invented bubblegum music)
1936 Lord Justice Aldous
1936 Pete Graves, rocker (Moonglows)
1937 Brian Sedgemore, British MP
1937 Daffy Duck, animated character
1937 Eduard N Stepanov, Russian cosmonaut
1937 Galina Samsova, ballerina
1937 Terry Dicks, British MP
1938 David Dilks, vice-chancellor (Hull U)
1938 K M P O'Brien, archbishop (St Andrews & Edinburgh)
1939 Robin Knox-Johnston, yachtsman
1941 Adolphus Hailstork, composer
1941 Billy Fury, Liverpool, singer/guitarist (When Will You Say I Love You)
1941 Max Stafford-Clark, artistic director (Royal Court Theatre)
1942 Mario Brenta, writer/director (Maicol, Barnabo of the Mountains)
1943 Roy Estrada, rocker (Morthers Of Invention)
1944 John Lill, professor/pianist
1945 Vincent A M van der Burg, Dutch MP (CDA)
1946 Clare Francis, yachtswoman/novelist (Come Hell or High Water)
1946 Henry Kelly, British broadcaster
1946 J R Baines, professor (Egyptologist)
1948 Jan Hammer, composer (Escape from TV, Miami Vice)
1948 Viscount Bridport
1949 Heini Hemmi, Switzerland, giant slalom (Olympic-gold-1976)
1949 John Oates, NYC, rock guitarist/vocalist (Hall & Oates-Rich Girl)
1951 Olivia Hussey
1951 Olivia Hussey
1951 Olivia Hussey
1951 Olivia Hussey
1951 Olivia Hussey
1951 Olivia Hussey, Buenos Aires, actress (Romeo & Juliet, Death on Nile)
1954 Kim Tyler, Hollywood Calif, actress (Kyle-Please Don't Eat Daisies)
1954 Riccardo Patrese, driver (Grand Prix)
1955 Peter Michalke, journalist
1955 Pete Shelley, vocal/guitar (Buzzcocks-Going Steady, Love Bites)
1955 Rob Bolland, Dutch singer/guitarist (Bolland & Bolland)
1956 Faye Young, WBL forward (NY Stars, NJ Stars)
1956 Kaye Young, WBL forward (NY Stars, NJ Stars)
1956 Pillow, [Therese Joan Bell], Calif, bodybuilder (Gold Classic 1983)
1956 "Sugar" Ray Charles Leonard, Wilming, boxer (Oly-gold-1976) [or 5/17]
1957 Byron Cherry, Atlanta Ga, actor (Coy-Dukes of Hazzard)
1958 Sergei Yuriyevich Vozovikov, Russian major/cosmonaut
1959 David Hearn, Wash DC, slalom single canoe (Olympics-9th-96)
1959 Elizabeth Lindsey, actress (China Beach)
1959 Stephen Singleton, Sheffield, rocker (ABC)
1959 Teri Austin, Toronto Canada, actress (Terminal Choice, Knots Landing)
1960 Michael Whitaker, showjumper
1961 Boomer Esiason, NFL quarterback (NY Jets, Cincinnati Bengals)
1961 [Norman] Boomer Esiason, NFL QB (Cincinnati Bengals, NY Jets)
1961 Norman Cowans, cricketer (England fast bowler in 19 Tests 1982-85)
1962 Nancy Hogshead, Iowa City, swimmer (Olympic-gold-1984)/model (jockey)
1964 Ken Daneyko, Windsor, NHL defenseman (NJ Devils)
1964 Raye Hollit, American Gladiator (Zap)
1966 Lela Rochon, actress (Waiting to Exhale)
1966 Susie Redman, Salem OH, LPGA golfer (1995 Nabisco Dinah Shore-2nd)
1967 Aaron Wallace, NFL defensive end/linebacker (Oakland Raiders)
1967 Leslie Bega, LA Calif, actress (Maria Tomlinson-Head of the Class)
1967 Marquis Grisom, Atlanta GA, outfielder (Atlanta Braves, Cleve Indians)
1967 Timothy Gibbs, Burbank Calif, actor (Father Murphy, Santa Barbara)
1968 Maurits, Prince of Netherlands
1968 Ritchie Woodhall, boxer
1968 Roger Twose, cricketer (Warwickshire batsman, New Zealand 1995)
1969 Alexander McQueen, fashion designer
1970 Tony Sacca, WLAF quarterback (Barcelona Dragons)
1971 David Oliver, Sechelt, NHL right wing (Edmonton Oilers)
1972 Benjamin Dodwell, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1972 Gordon Laro, NFL tight end (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1972 Keith Lyle, safety (St Louis Rams)
1972 Muttiah Muralitharan, cricketer (leading Sri Lankan Test off-spinner)
1972 Tony Boselli, NFL offensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1973 Brett Maher, Adelaide SA Australia, basketball guard (Olympics-96)
1973 Gene Makowsky, CFL offensive linebacker (Saskatchewan Roughriders)
1973 Jeff Lewis, NFL quarterback (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1973 Kenneth Carlsen, Denmark, tennis star
1973 Ross Aloisi, Australian soccer midfielder (Olyroos, Olympics-96)
1973 Theo Ratliff, NBA forward/center (Detroit Pistons, Phila 76ers)
1974 James Hamilton, linebacker (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1974 Marcel Nijenhuis, soccer player (NEC)
1975 Trifun Zivanovic, Santa Monica, fig skater (1995 Pac Coast Jr champ)
1976 Nadine Thomas, Miss Jamaica Universe (1997)
1977 Pascal de Vries, soccer player (FC Twente)
1978 Bilal Abdul-samad, rocker (Boys)
1979 Tram-Anh Tran, actress (Ghostwriters')
1980 Crystal Carlson, Miss Maine Teen USA (1997)

Events


858 Benedict III ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1421 Dikes at Dort Holland breaks, 100,000 drown
1492 Christopher Columbus contracts with Spain to find the Indies.
1492 Christopher Columbus contracts with Spain to find the Indies.
1492 Christopher Columbus signs contract with Spain to find Indies
1521 Martin Luther is excommunicated from Roman Catholic Church
1524 New York Harbor discovered by Giovanni Verrazano.
1524 New York Harbor discovered by Giovanni Verrazano.
1524 Giovanni Verrazano, a florentine navigator, discovers New York Bay
1534 Sir Thomas More confined in London Tower
1555 Siena surrenders for Spanish troops
1596 Arch duke Albrecht of Austria occupies Calais
1629 1st commercial fishery established
1704 1st successful US newspaper; published in Boston by John Campbell
1711 Charles VI Habsburg becomes king of Austria
1747 French troops occupy Zeeuws-Flanders, Netherlands
1758 Francis Williams, 1st US black college graduate, publishes poems
1793 Battle of Warsaw
1808 Bayonne Decree by Napoleon I of France orders seizure of US ships
1817 1st US school for deaf (Hartford, Conn)
1824 Russia abandons all North American claims south of 54ĝ 40' N
1839 Guatemala forms republic
1853 Thorbecke govt resigns
1853 US Marine Hospital at Presidio (SF) forms
1861 Indianola TX-"Star of West" taken by Confederacy
1861 Virginia is 8th state to secede
1863 R Grierson's: La Grange, TN to Baton Rouge, LA
1864 Battle of Plymouth, NC
1864 Bread revolt in Savannah, Georgia
1864 Grant suspends prisoner-of-war exchanges
1865 Mary Surratt is arrested as a conspirator in Lincoln's assassination
1869 1st pro baseball games-Cin Reds 24, Cin amateurs 15
1875 "Snooker" (variation of pool) invented by Sir Neville Chamberlain
1892 1st Sunday NL baseball game, Reds beat Cards 5-1
1895 Treaty of Shimonoseki, ends first Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895).
1895 Treaty of Shimonoseki, ends first Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895).
1895 Treaty of Shimonoseki signed, ends 1st Sino-Japanese War (1894-95)
1900 7 high chiefs of American Samoa sign Instrument of Cession
1905 US Supreme court judges maximum work day unconstitutional
1907 Ellis Island, NY-11,745 immigrants arrive
1912 1st unofficial gold record (Al Jolson's "Ragging The Baby To Sleep")
1920 American Professional Football Association forms (NFL)
1923 Longest NL opening game, Phillies & Dodgers tie 5-5 in 14
1924 Metro Pictures, Goldwyn Pictures & Louis B Mayer Co merged to form MGM
1925 NY Yankee Babe Ruth has ulcer surgery
1925 Paul Painlev‚ follows Edouard Herriot on as French premier
1927 Japan's Wakarsoeki govt falls/Baron Tanaka becomes premier
1930 Abkhazian ASSR forms in Georgian SSR
1932 Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia ends slavery
1933 Chicago Bears win their 1st NFL Game beating NY Giants 23-21
1934 New Fenway Park opens, Washington Senators beat Red Sox 6-5
1935 Provincial-National elections (Musserts NSB achieves 7.9%/44 chairs)
1937 Cartoon characters Daffy Duck, Elmer J Fudd & Petunia Pig, debut
1939 Joe Louis KOs Jack Roper in 1 for heavyweight boxing title
1939 SN Behrman's "No Time for Comedy," premieres in NYC
1939 Stalin signs British-France-Russian anti-nazi pact
1941 Office of Price Administration established (handled rationing)
1941 Office of Price Administration established (handled rationing)
1941 British troop land in Iraq/Yugoslavia; surrender to nazis
1941 Office of Price Administration forms (handled rationing)
1942 12 Lancasters bombs MAN-factory in Augsburg
1942 Operations begin to destroy Sobibor Concentration Camp
1943 Admiral Yamamoto flies from Truk to Rabaul
1943 SS-lt-general Jrgen Stoop arrives in Warsaw
1945 8th Air Force bombs Dresden
1945 German occupiers flood Wieringermeer Neth
1945 Mussolini flees from Sal• to Milan
1945 US troops lands in Mindanao
1946 France grants Syria independence (Natl Day)
1946 France grants Syria independence (Natl Day)
1946 Syria declares independence from French administration
1947 Jackie Robinson bunts for his 1st major league hit
1951 NY Yankee Mickey Mantle's 1st game, he goes 1 for 4
1953 Mickey Mantle hits a 565' (172 m) HR in Wash DC's Griffith Stadium
1955 Betty Jameson wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open
1956 Bulgaria premier Tchervenkov resigns
1956 Kominform disbands
1956 Premium Savings Bonds introduced in Great Britain
1956 USSR's Cominform (Parliament) dissolves
1956 Willie Mosconi sinks 150 consecutive balls in a billiard tournament
1958 Brussel's (Belgium) World Fair opens
1960 American Samoa sets up a constitutional government
1960 Cleveland Indians trade Rocky Colavito to Tigers for Harvey Kuenn
1961 Bay of Pigs, how not to run an invasion.
1961 Bay of Pigs, how not to run an invasion.
1961 1,400 Cuban exiles land in Bay of Pigs attempt to overthrow Castro
1961 33rd Academy Awards - "Apartment," Burt Lancaster & Liz Taylor win
1964 "Cafe Crown" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 3 performances
1964 "High Spirits" opens at Alvin Theater NYC for 375 performances
1964 1st game at Shea Stadium, NY Mets lose to Pitts Pirates, 4-3
1964 Ford Mustang formally introduced ($2368 base)
1964 Jerrie Mock becomes 1st woman to fly solo around the world
1966 100th intl soccer meet between Netherlands-Belgium (3-1)
1966 Carol Mann wins LPGA Raleigh Ladies Golf Invitational
1967 Shortwave Radio NY Worldwide goes back on the air after a week off
1967 Surveyor 3 launched; soft lands on Moon, April 20
1968 "Fade Out-Fade In" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 72 perfs
1968 A's 1st game in Oakland-Alameda Stadium, lose 4-1 to Balt Orioles
1969 Bernadette Devlin elected to British house of commons
1969 Czechoslovakia's Communist Party chairman Alexander Dubcek deposed
1969 Mont Expos Bill Stoneman no-hits Phillies, 7-0
1969 Sirhan Sirhan is convicted of assassinating Sen Robert F Kennedy
1969 The Band (formerly The Hawks), perform their 1st concert
1970 Apollo 13 limps back safely, Beech-built oxygen tank no help
1970 Paul McCartney's 1st solo album "McCartney" is released
1971 Egypt, Libya & Syria form federation (FAR)
1971 People's Republic Bangladesh forms, under sheik Mujib ur-Rahman
1972 1st Boston Women's Marathon won by Nina Kuscsik of NY in 3:10:26
1972 76th Boston Marathon won by Olavi Suomalainen of Finland in 2:15:39
1972 Revised Dutch constitution proclaimed
1972 Kiteman attempting to throw out 1st ball in Phillie Vet crashes into centerfield seats
1973 2nd Boston Women's Marathon won by Jacqueline Hansen of CA in 3:05:59
1973 77th Boston Marathon won by Jon Anderson of Oreg in 2:16:03
1974 Bundy victim Susan Rancourt disappears from CWU, Ellensburg, WA
1974 Moslem fundamentalists assault military academy in Heliopolis Egypt
1975 Khmer Rouge captures Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Kampuchea Natl Day)
1975 Penguins 6-Isles 4-Quarterfinals-Penguins hold 3-0 lead
1975 Phnom Penh fell to Communist insurgents, ending Cambodia's 5-year war
1976 NL greatest comeback, trailing 12-1 Phils win 18-16 in 10, Mike Schmidt hits 4 consecutive HRs
1977 "I Love My Wife" opens at Barrymore Theater NYC for 864 performances
1977 Christian-democrats win Belgium parliamentary election
1977 Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Women's International Golf Tournament
1978 63,500,000 shares traded on NY stock exchange (record)
1978 7th Boston Women's Marathon won by Gayle Barron of Ga in 2:44:52
1978 82nd Boston Marathon won by Bill Rodgers of Mass in 2:10:13
1978 Pulitzer prize awarded to Carl Sagan for "Dragons of Eden"
1979 Brian Clark's "Whose Life is it Anyway?," premieres in London
1981 Isle Potvin's 3 playoff power-play goals tie NHL record vs Oilers
1981 Ranger's Anders Hedberg is 2nd to score on a Stanley Cup penalty shot
1982 Canada adopts its constitution
1982 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1983 1st National Coin Week begins
1983 Grete Waltz runs female world record marathon (2:25:29)
1983 In Warsaw, police route 1,000 Solidarity supporters
1983 India entered space age launching SLV-3 rocket
1983 Lynn Adams wins LPGA Combanks Orlando Golf Classic
1983 Nolan Ryan strikes out his 3,500th batter
1983 Islanders tie NHL record with 3 shorthanded playoff goals vs Rangers Rangers 7-Isles 6-Patrick Div Finals-Isles hold 2-1 lead Wayne Gretzky scores 7 goals in one Stanley Cup playoff game
1984 Braves pitcher Pascual Perez suspended due to cocaine usage
1984 Libyan embassy demonstration, 1 shot dead
1986 IBM produces 1st megabit-chip
1986 Netherlands & Scilly Islands sign peace treaty (war of 1651)
1986 Pulitzer prize awarded to Larry McMurtry for "Lonesome Dove"
1987 Julius Erving becomes 3rd NBA player to score 30,000 points
1987 Richard Wilbur appointed as US poet laureate
1987 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1988 Ethiopian Belayneh Densimo runs world record marathon (2:06:50)
1988 Nancy Lopez wins LPGA AI Star/Centinela Hospital Golf Classic
1989 18th Boston Women's Marath won by Ingrid Kristiansen of Nor in 2:24:33
1989 93rd Boston Marathon won by Abebe Mekonen of Ethiopia in 2:09:06
1989 Maximum NY State unemployment benefits raised to $245 per week
1989 Polish labor union granted legal status
1989 Soviet-US agreement allows Soviets to fight US pros
1990 Gas explodes on passenger train in Kumrahar India, 80 die
1991 Dow Jones closes above 3,000 for 1st time (3,004.46)
1991 Railroad workers go on strike in US
1993 Police officers found guilty of violating Rodney Kings civil rights
1993 STS-56 (Discovery) lands
1994 "Little More Magic" closes at Belasco Theater NYC after 30 perfs
1994 "Twilight - Los Angeles 1992" opens at Cort Theater NYC for 72 perfs
1994 55th PGA Seniors Golf Championship: Lee Trevino wins
1994 Aruba govt of Oduber falls
1994 Jennie Garth weds Dan Clark
1994 Val Skinner wins LPGA Atlanta Women's Golf Championship
1995 24th Boston Women's Marathon won by Uta Pippig of Germany in 2:25:11
1995 99th Boston Marathon won by Cosmas Ndeti of Kenya in 2:09:22
1997 John Bell, 115, recieves new pacemaker
1997 NJ Devil Martin Brodeur is 2nd NHL goalie to score in a playoff game

That's All....

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