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Friday, April 5, 2019.



Birthdays


1588 Thomas Hobbes, philosopher
1588 Thomas Hobbes, philosopher
1588 Thomas Hobbes, England, philosopher (Leviathan)
1595 John Wilson, composer
1598 Laurentius Erhard, composer
1626 Jan van Kessel, Flemish painter
1643 Charles V Leopold, Duke of Lorraine/fieldmarshal in Austria
1649 Elihu Yale, philanthropist who founded Yale
1649 Elihu Yale, philanthropist who founded Yale
1649 Elihu Yale, England, philanthropist founded Yale
1698 Georg Gottfried Wagner, composer
1725 Casanova, beloved by many ladies
1725 Casanova, beloved by many ladies
1725 Giacomo Casanova, Italian writer/philanderer/adventurer (uncertain)
1727 Pasquale Ankossi, composer
1732 Jean-Honor‚ Fragonard, France, painter
1752 S‚bastien Erard, piano/harp manufacturer
1784 Louis [Ludwig] Spohr, Germany, violin virtuoso/composer (Faust)
1784 Ludwig Spohr, composer
1788 Franz Pforr, German painter/cartoonist (Lukasbund)
1795 Henry Havelock, British soldier (War in Afghanistan 1838-39)
1799 Vincenzo Fioravanti, composer
1811 Jules Dupr‚, landscape painter
1818 Lewis Baldwin Parsons, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1820 Nadar, [F‚lix Tournachon], French painter/cartoonist/author/ballonist
1822 James Nagle, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1866
1824 Sydney Thompson Dobell, poet (Roman)
1825 David Rumph "Neighbor" Jones, Major General (Confederate Army)
1827 Joseph Lister, England, physician (founded aseptic surgery)
1828 Pietro Plantania, composer
1830 Alexander Muir, Lesmahagow Scotland, poet (Maple Leaf Forever)
1832 Jules-Fran‡ois Camille Ferry, French statesman
1837 Algernon Charles Swinburne, England, poet (Atalanta in Calydon)
1838 Alpheus Hyatt, US, invertebrate paleontologist
1839 Robert Smalls, Beaufort SC, black congressman 1875-87 (Rep-SC)
1839 Stanislaw Pilinski, composer
1845 Jules M Cambon, French gov-gen of Algeria/ambassador
1853 Alfonso Randano, composer
1854 Vicente Goicoechea Errasti, composer
1856 Booker T. Washington, influential Black educator.
1856 Booker T. Washington, influential Black educator.
1856 Booker Taliaferro Washington, pioneer educator (1st black on US stamp)
1857 Alexander-Jozef von Battenberg, ruler of Bulgaria (1879-86)
1859 Wilhelm Harteveld, composer
1862 Louis Ganne, composer
1868 J F "Flooi" Du Toit, cricketer (one Test S Africa 1892)
1869 Albert Roussel, Tourcoing France, composer (Rapsodie Flamende)
1869 Karl Wagenfeld, Low German writer (Daud un Dwel)
1871 Jeanne Bougeois, [La Mistinguette], artist (French revue)
1876 Viktor Patrick Vretblad, composer
1882 Don Blackie, cricketer (Australian off-spinner in 1928-29 yes, age 46)
1885 Dimitrie Cuclin, composer
1886 Jacques Handschin, Swiss musicologist (Der Toncharakter)
1890 Fie Carelsen, Dutch actress (Malle Gervallen)
1893 Clas Thunberg, Finland, speed skater (Olympic-gold-1924, 28)
1893 P l Szab¢, Hungarian farmer/author (Talpalatnyi F”ld)
1899 William Hornby Steer, barrister/judge
1900 Spencer Tracy
1900 Spencer Tracy
1900 Spencer Tracy
1900 Spencer Tracy
1900 Spencer Tracy
1900 Spencer Tracy, Milwaukee, actor (Father's Little Dividend, Adam's Rib)
1901 Alexander Alexeieff, Russian/French painter/graphic artist
1901 Chester Bowles, Mass, ambassador/writer (Conscience of a Liberal)
1901 Melvyn Douglas, [Hesselberg], Macon Ga, actor (Hud, Ghost Story)
1903 Thomas Baron Pitfield, composer
1905 Bill Raisch, one armed actor (Fred Johnson-Fugitive)
1905 Jef Maes, composer
1906 Arthur Guy Clutton-Brock, English agronomist
1907 J Zeldenrust, Dutch pathologist/anatomist
1908 Bette Davis, actress, (Jezebel)
1908 Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic conductor
1908 Bette Davis, actress, (Jezebel)
1908 Herbert von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic conductor
1908 Bette Davis, Lowell Mass, famous eyes (Of Human Bondage, Jezebel)
1908 George Schick, Prague Czech, conductor (Chicago Symphony)
1908 Grady Sutton, Chattanooga Tn, actor (Pruitts of South Hampton)
1908 Herbert von Karajan, Austria, Nazi/conductor (Berlin Philharmonic)
1908 Mary Hemingway, writer (Ernest Hemmingway Biography)
1909 Alberto Romero "Cubby" Broccoli, NYC, film producer (James Bond)
1909 Cubby Alberto Romolo Broccoli, movie producer
1909 Gerald Bond, cricketer (one Test S Africa v England 1938, 0 & 0-16)
1911 Goddard Lieberson, Hanley Staffordshire England, recording exec
1911 Gordon Jones, Alden Iowa, actor (Mike the Cop-Abbott & Costello)
1912 John Le Mesurier, Bedford England, actor (Jabberwocky, Dad's Army)
1913 Alan Cheales, dominican priest
1914 Frederick Angus Armstrong, journalist
1916 Gregory Peck
1916 Gregory Peck
1916 Gregory Peck
1916 Gregory Peck
1916 Gregory Peck
1916 Baroness Delacourt-Smith of Alteryn
1916 Bernard Baily, comic artist
1916 Gregory Peck, La Jolla Calif, actor (To Kill a Mockingbird, MacArthur)
1917 Richard Yardumian, Philadelphia, composer (Come Creator Spirit)
1917 Robert [Albert] Bloch, US, sci-fi author (Hugo, Psycho)
1919 Douglas Henley, British auditor-general
1920 Arthur Hailey, Luton England, novelist (Hotel, Airport)
1920 Barend Biesheuvel, Dutch premier (1971-73)
1921 Gale Storm
1921 Gale Storm
1921 Gale Storm
1921 Gale Storm
1921 Gale Storm
1921 Lady Fisher, founder (British Women Caring Trust)
1921 Les Jackson, cricket bowler (England twice, 1949 & 1961)
1921 Robert Q Lewis, NYC, TV host (Masquerade Party, Robert Q Lewis Show)
1922 Gale Storm, Bloomington Tx, actr (My Little Margie, Gale Storm Show)
1922 Harry Freedman, composer
1922 Tom Finney, British soccer star
1923 Ernest Mandel, Belgian philosopher/economist
1923 Michael V Gazzo, Hillside NJ, actor (Cookie, Fear City)
1923 Nguyen Van Thieu, South Vietnam president (1965-75)
1923 Stanley Orme, Chairman (British Labour Party)
1924 Mart Kempers, Dutch graphic artist/sculptor
1925 Oldrich Flosman, composer
1926 Roger Corman
1926 Roger Corman
1926 Roger Corman
1926 Roger Corman
1926 Roger Corman
1926 Ann B Davis, actress (Alice-Brady Bunch)
1926 Milton O Thompson, astronaut (Dynasoar, X-15)
1926 Roger Corman, Detroit, producer/director (Little Shop of Horrors)
1927 John Gilbert, MP
1928 David Farquhar Andress, composer
1928 Michael Bryant, London England, actor (Sakharov, Girly)
1928 Peter Moore, Principal (London Business School)
1928 Tony Williams, Elizabeth NJ, singer (Platters-Only You, Harbor Lights)
1928 Will Gaines, jazz dancer
1929 Hugo Claus, Flemish writer/director (Cool Lover, Sugar)
1929 Nigel Hawthorne, actor (Tartuffe, Pope John Paul II)
1931 Denis Lawton, director (London University Institute of Educ)
1933 Frank Gorshin, Pittsburgh Pa, comedian/impersonator (Riddler-Batman)
1934 Frank Gorshin
1934 Frank Gorshin
1934 Frank Gorshin
1934 Frank Gorshin
1934 Frank Gorshin
1934 Stanley Turrentine, jazz saxophonist (Wonderland)
1934 Tina Maria Stone, runner (1 year distance record of 15,472 miles)
1935 Donald Lynden-Bell, British astronomer
1935 Peter Grant, rock band manager
1936 John Albert, professor (Master of University College Oxford)
1936 John White, composer
1936 Michael Livesay, British admiral/pres (RN College Greenwich)
1937 Colin Powell
1937 Colin Powell
1937 Colin Powell
1937 Colin Powell
1937 Colin Powell
1937 Colin Powell, Bronx NY, general/asst to president (Nat Sec Affairs)
1937 Stuart May, senior partner (Theodore Goddard)
1938 Colin Bland, cricketer (South African bat Maybe the best cover field)
1938 Ronald Anthony White Jr, singer
1939 Andrew Buxton, CEO (Barclays Bank)
1939 David Winters, London England, choreographer (Steve Allen Comedy Hour)
1939 Lonnie White, vocalist (Smokey Robinson & Miracles-Shop Around)
1940 Aliza Kashi, Israel, actress/singer (Merv Griffin regular)
1941 Dave Swarbrick, rocker (Fairport Convention)
1941 David LaFlamme, Utah, electric violinist (It's a Beautiful Day)
1941 Eric Burdon, England, rocker (Animals-House of the Rising Sun)
1941 Michael Moriarty, Detroit, actor (Bang the Drum Slowly, Q, Stuff)
1941 Roman Balayan, Nerke Azerbaijan, director (Filer, Biryuk)
1942 Allan Clarke, rock vocalist (Hollies-Air That I Breathe)
1942 Arthur Barrett, cricketer (WI leggie early 70's)
1943 Jonathan Lynn, Bath England, actor (Danny-Doctor in the House)
1943 Max Gail, Detroit, (Barney Miller, Whiz Kids, DC Cab, Normal People)
1944 Ann [Elizabeth] Maxwell, US, sci-fi author (Jaws of Menx)
1944 Crispian St Peters, rocker
1944 Dave Holland, heavy metal rocker (Judas Priest-Breakin' the Law)
1944 James Buckley, CEO (Baltic Exchange)
1944 Lord Rockley
1944 Nicholas Caldwell, rocker (Whispers)
1944 Peter T King, (Rep-R-New York)
1944 Willeke van Ammelrooy, Amsterdam, actress (Cidke de Rat, Antonia)
1946 Jane Asher, Paul McCartney's girlfriend/actress (Deep End)
1946 Jennifer Penney, ballerina
1946 Larry Frederick Wendt, composer
1946 Robert E McKee, CEO/managing director (Conoco-UK)
1949 Judith Arlene Resnik, Akron Ohio, ast (STS 41D, 51L-Chal disaster)
1950 Agnetha Faltskog
1950 Agnetha Faltskog
1950 Agnetha Faltskog
1950 Agnetha Faltskog
1950 Agnetha Faltskog
1950 Agnetha F„ltskog, Stockholm Sweden, rocker (ABBA-Waterloo)
1950 Anna Ulvaeus, rocker (Aha-Take on Me)
1950 Franklin R Chang-Diaz, Costa Rica, astro (STS 61C, 34,46,60,75, sk:91)
1950 Mildred Douglas, Surinames/Dutch singer (Mai Tai)
1951 Everett Morton, rocker (English Beat)
1951 Roosevel Ferguson, Arkansas, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)
1953 John Buchanan, cricketer (Qld batsman 78-79, Shield coach 1995)
1954 Michael W. Butler, creator of mainframe TODAY program.
1954 Michael W. Butler, creator of mainframe TODAY program.
1954 Christopher S Nelson, New Orleans LA, actor (Sons & Daughters)
1954 Michael W Butler, computer programmer (created TODAY program)
1954 Stan Ridgeway, rocker (Mosquito-Garage Sale)
1955 Janice Long, British radio host (Crash FM)
1955 Renate Bruemmer, astronaut/cosmonaut
1957 Vince Gill, Norman Okla, country singer (When I Call Your Name)
1958 Cammie Lusko, LA Calif, Guinness' World Strongest Woman
1958 Johan Kriek, South Africa, tennis player (US Indoor 1982)
1964 Martha Faulconer, Indianapolis IN, golfer (1993 ShopRite LPGA-5th)
1964 Robert "Bob" Kaehler, Burlingame Calif, rower (Olympics-5th-1992, 96)
1966 Brent Hughes, New Westminster Ca, NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)
1966 Larry Norman, Toronto Ontario, canoeist (Olympics-19-92, 96)
1966 Scott Dill, NFL tackle/guard (Tampa Bay Bucs, Minnesota Vikings)
1968 Gianna Amore, Warwick RI, playmate (August, 1989)
1968 Tasia Valenza, NYC, actress (All My Children)
1970 Erlan Sagymbayev, hockey forward (Team Kazakhstan Oly-1998)
1970 Tim Jacobs, NFL running back (Cleve Browns, Miami Dolphins)
1971 Bob Kuberski, NFL defensive tackle (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1971 Finidi George, soccer player (Ajax)
1971 Stuart Peele, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1972 Shigemasa Ito, WLAF offensive linebacker (Rhein Fire)
1973 Ed Hobbs, WLAF RB (London Monarchs)
1973 Emile Palmer, WLAF DT (London Monarchs)
1973 Estefania Knuth, Barcelona Spain, LPGA golfer (1992 French Intl)
1973 Spencer Folau, NFL/WLAF offensive tackle (Balt Ravens, Rhein Fire)
1973 Tony Banks, quarterback (St Louis Rams)
1973 Yutaka Kawaguchi, hockey defenseman (Team Japan 1998)
1974 Mike DuHaney, New Haven Ct, soccer defender (Olympics-gold-96)
1974 Rick Terry, NFL defensive tackle (NY Jets)
1975 Nikki Dryden, Calgary Alberta, 800m swimmer (Olympics-6th-92, 96)
1976 Ike Hilliard, NFL wide receiver (NY Giants)
1976 Ryan Drese, SF Calif, baseball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)
1977 JoAnn Sevin, Dubois PA, air pistol (Olympics-1996)
1977 Sevilay Ozturk, Miss Universe-Turkey (1996)
2173 Harcourt Fenton "Harry" Mudd, New Amsterdam, Arcturus (Star Trek)

Events


823 Pope Peschalis I crowns Lotharius I, co-emperor of France
1058 Bishop John "Minchio," [domkop] elected as Pope Benedictus X
1242 Alexander Nevsky of Novgorod defeats Teutonic Knights
1242 Battle on the More of Pskov Estonia
1566 200 Brussel nobles offer Margaretha of Parma a petition
1585 Clemens Crabbeels becomes bishop of Hertogenbosch
1603 New English king James I departs Edinburgh for London
1614 Indian princess Pocahontas marries English colonist John Rolfe
1614 Indian princess Pocahontas marries English colonist John Rolfe
1614 2nd parliament of King James I begin session (no enactments)
1614 Indian princess Pocahontas marries English colonist John Rolfe
1621 Mayflower sails from Plymouth on a return trip to England
1648 Spanish troops/feudal barons strike down people's uprising in Naples
1722 Jacob Roggeveen discovers Easter Island
1739 French emperor Karel VI sign secret treaty
1751 Adolf Frederik of Holstein-Gottorp crowns himself king of Sweden
1753 British Museum forms (opens in 1759)
1762 British take Grenada, West Indies, from French
1768 1st US Chamber of Commerce forms (NYC)
1792 George Washington casts 1st presidential veto
1803 1st performance of Beethoven's 2nd Symphony in D
1806 Isaac Quintard patents apple cider
1812 Brits storm Badajoz fortress, held by French & Spanish
1814 Netherlands Bank issues it's 1st banknotes
1815 Eruption of Tambora volcano (Sumbawa Java)
1847 Opera "Die Fledermaus" is produced (Vienna)
1861 Federals abandon Ft Quitman, Tx
1862 Siege of Yorktown VA
1865 Battle at Amelia Springs/Jetersville Va (Appomattox Campaign)
1874 "Die Fledermaus" 1st performed (Vienna)
1874 Johann Strauss Sr's opera "Die Fledermaus," premieres in Vienna
1881 Transvaal regains independence under British suzerainty
1887 Anne Sullivan teaches "water" to Helen Keller
1889 Start of Sherlock Holmes' "Adventure of Copper Beeches" (BG)
1893 Cleveland passes Park Act (forerunner of Metroparks)
1894 11 strikers killed in riot at Connellsville, Penn
1894 Start of Sherlock Holmes' "Adventure of Empty House" (BG)
1895 Start of Sherlock Holmes' "Adventure of 3 Students" (BG)
1895 Oscar Wilde loses libel case against Marquess of Queensberry, who accused him of homosexual practices
1896 1st modern Olympic Games officially opens in Athens
1900 Attempted assassination of Prince of Wales in Brussels, fails
1902 Maurice Ravel's "Pavane pour une infante defunte," premieres in Paris
1902 Soccer match riot between Scotland & England kills 25
1905 James Barrie's "Alice-sit-by-the-fire," premieres in London
1906 St Pius X encyclical "On the Mariavites or Mystic Priests of Poland"
1908 British premier Henry Campbell-Bannerman resigns
1911 MCC tour match v Jamaica finishes in a tie
1911 Waldorf W Aster acquires Daily Observer
1915 French begin Wo‰vre-offensive
1915 Jess Willard KOs Jack Johnson in 26 for heavyweight boxing title
1916 French troops occupy Bois de Caillette
1919 Eamon de Valera becomes president of Dail Eireann
1919 Heavyweight Jess Willard KOs Jack Johnson in Havana
1919 Polish Army executes 35 young Jews
1922 KOB-AM in Albuquerque NM begins radio transmissions
1922 WDZ-AM in Decatur IL begins radio transmissions
1923 Firestone Co put their inflatable tires into production
1925 Belgian Workers Party wins parliamentary election
1925 Yankees whip Dodgers in exhibition 16-9 but Babe Ruth collapses in NC due to an ulcer
1927 Johnny Weissmuller set records in 100 & 200 m free style
1929 Lithuania signs Litvinov-pact
1930 England out for 849 v WI Kingston, Sandham out for 325
1932 Dutch textile strike broken by trade unions
1935 Croatian Farmers Party wins Yugoslavian election
1936 Tupelo Mississippi virtually annihilated by a tornado, 216 die
1938 Anti-Jewish riots break out in Dabrowa Poland
1939 Membership in Hitler Youth becomes obligatory
1941 In SF, Castro & Fillmore streetcars replaced by buses
1943 Allies bomb Mortsel
1943 Japanese troops conquer Indin
1943 Poon Lim found after being adrift 133 days
1944 140 Lancasters bomb airplane manufacturer in Toulouse
1945 Almelo Netherlands freed
1945 Kuniaki Koiso resigns as PM of Japan; replaced by Kantaro Suzuki
1946 1st performance of Charles Ives' 3rd Symphony
1948 WGN TV channel 9 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting
1949 60 year old St Anthony's Hospital burns, kills 77 (Effingham Ill)
1950 Prague espionage trial against bishops & priests begins
1951 Julius & Ethel Rosenberg, atomic spies, sentenced to death
1952 Henry Wittenberg wins his 8th AAU wrestling title
1953 Babe Didrikson-Zaharias wins LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open
1953 WEYI TV channel 25 in Saginaw, MI (CBS) begins broadcasting
1954 Elvis Presley records his debut single, "That's All Right"
1955 Winston Churchill resigns as British PM, Anthony Eden succeeds him
1959 23rd Golf Masters Championship: Art Wall Jr wins, shooting a 284
1961 Barbra Streisand appears on "Jack Paar Show"
1961 Dutch governor Platteel installs New Guinea Council
1962 Herb Gardner's "Thousand Clowns," premieres in NYC
1962 Mgr J Daems appointed bishop of Antwerp
1962 NASA civilian pilot Neil A Armstrong takes X-15 to 54,600 m
1962 St Bernard Tunnel finished-Swiss/Italians workers shake hands
1963 Beatles receive their 1st silver disc (Please Please Me)
1963 Susuga Malietoa Tanumafili II becomes chief of Western Samoa
1964 1st driverless trains run on London Underground
1964 Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA St Petersburg Women's Golf Open
1965 37th Academy Awards - "My Fair Lady," Rex Harrison & J Andrews win
1965 Lava Lamp Day celebrated
1965 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1966 WTVX TV channel 34 in Ft Pierce-Vero Beach, FL (IND) 1st broadcast
1967 '76er Wilt Chamberlain sets NBA record of 41 rebounds
1967 ATS II launched but fails to reach orbit
1968 Jack Murphy Stadium in San Diego opens
1968 US marine base Khe San Vietnam, appalled
1970 WSNS TV channel 44 in Chicago, IL (IND) begins broadcasting
1971 Fran Phipps is 1st woman to reach North Pole
1971 Mount Etna erupts in Sicily Italy
1971 US Lt Wiliam Calley (My Lai Massacre) sentenced to life
1971 WNJT TV channel 52 in Trenton, NJ (PBS) begins broadcasting
1972 Baseball season is delayed due to a strike
1972 Mets trade Ken Singleton to Expos for Rusty Staub
1973 Pioneer 11 blasts off toward Jupiter
1973 Pioneer 11 blasts off toward Jupiter
1973 NFL adopts jersey numbering system (ie QBs, 1-19)
1973 Pioneer 11 launched to Jupiter
1974 Last day of Test cricket for Garry Sobers & Rohan Kanhai
1974 Then tallest building, World Trade Center opens in NYC (110 stories)
1975 "Letter for Queen Victoria" closes at ANTA Theater NYC after 18 perfs
1975 Soyuz 18A launch aborted short of orbit; cosmonauts return safely
1976 Harold Wilson resigns as James Callaghan becomes PM of England
1976 Tom Stoppard's "Dirty Linen," premieres in London
1977 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1979 Balt manager Earl Weaver wins his 1,000th game as a skipper
1979 Ex-premier Pol Jar flees out of Cambodia
1981 10th Colgate Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Nancy Lopez
1981 Phila Flyers amass a record 2,621 penalty minutes
1982 British fleet sails to Falkland Islands
1982 Cards' Jim Kaat, pitches in record 24th consecutive season
1982 Lord Carrington, British foreign sect resigns due to Falkland Is war
1983 France throws out 47 Soviet diplomats
1983 NY Met Tom Seaver's sets record 14th NL Opening Day assignment
1984 "Human Comedy" opens at Royale Theater NYC for 13 performances
1984 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar breaks Wilt Chamberlain's all-time career scoring record of 31,419 points (31,421)
1986 Record for a throw-and-return boomerang toss is set (121m)
1986 US soldier & Turkish woman killed in West Berlin disco bombing
1987 16th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Betsy King
1987 Fox TV network premieres showing Married With Children & Tracey Ullman
1987 Wayne Gretzky wins 7th straight NHL scoring title
1988 Democratic convention picks Michael Dukakis as their pres candidate
1989 David Letterman becomes 1st network TV series to use dolby stereo
1989 Orel Hershiser ends his 59 consecutive scoreless pitched inning streak
1989 Solidarity grants legal status in Poland
1990 John Stockton reaches 1000-assist mark for NBA record 3 yrs in a row
1990 NY Rangers beat NY Islanders 2-1 in 1st game of preliminary
1990 Paul Newman wins a court victory over Julius Gold, to keep giving all profits from Newman foods to charity
1991 Atlantis lifts off carrying the 17.5 ton Gamma Ray Observatory.
1991 Atlantis lifts off carrying the 17.5 ton Gamma Ray Observatory.
1991 Joe Dumaars (Detroit) ends NBA free throw streak of 62 games
1991 Kitty Kelly publishes a book knocking Nancy Reagan
1991 Southeast Airlines Embracer 120 crashes in Georgia, killing 23
1991 Space Shuttle STS 37 (Atlantis 8) launched
1991 US begins air drops to Kurd refugees in Northern Iraq
1992 "Search & Destroy" closes at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 46 perfs
1992 11th NCAA Women's Basketball Champion: Stanford beats Western Ky 78-62
1992 4th Seniors Golf Tradition: Lee Trevino
1992 Comedian Sam Kenison marries live-in girlfriend Maleeka
1992 Dana Lofland wins Las Vegas LPGA Golf International
1992 Game 2 of Mayor Challenge - NY Yankees sweep NY Mets 6-5 at Shea
1992 Peru's Pres Alberto Fujimori suspend constitution & dissolved Congress
1992 Thailand General Suchinda Kraprayoon installed as president
1992 Wrestlemania VIII, 62,167 at Hoosier Dome, Hulk Hogan DQs Sid Justice
1993 55th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: NC beats Michigan 77-71
1993 73,293 see Yankees beat Indians 9-1
1993 Colorado Rockies 1st game - lose to NY Mets 3-0
1993 Construction begins on Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
1993 Florida Marlins 1st game - beat LA Dodgers 6-3
1993 Republican Guard kills 64 in Chad
1994 "Jackie Mason Politically Incorrect" opens at Golden NYC for 347 perfs
1994 Miami Heat beat NY Knicks ending 15 game NBA winning streak
1996 John Bobbitt is put under house arrest in Las Vegas for 120 days
1996 Marlon Brando makes anti-semetic remarks about hollywood on Larry King
1997 Galileo, 3rd Ganymede Flyby (Orbit 7)
1998 10th Seniors Golf Tradition:
1998 wins Longs Drugs Golf Challenge
2063 Earth's 1st contact by extra-terrisials (Vulcan) accord to Star Trek

That's All....

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