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Friday, May 18, 2018.



Birthdays


1692 Joseph Butler, Wantage Berkshire, theologian
1711 Ruggiero G Boscovich, [Rudzer J Boskovic], Italian astronomer
1744 Joseph Beer, Bohemia clarinetist/composer (5th clarinet flap)
1759 Charles Duquesnoy, composer
1788 Hugh Clapperton, Annan Scotland, African explorer
1797 Frederik Augustus II, King of Saxon (1836-54)
1798 Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1870
1815 Thomas Stanhope Bocock, rep (Confederacy), died in 1891
1817 James William Denver, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1892
1819 Julius Hopp, composer
1830 Karl Goldmark, Keszthely Hungary, composer (Sakuhtala)
1836 Isidor Vorobchievici, composer
1836 Wilhelm Steinitz, Austria, world chess champion (1866-94)
1850 Oliver Heaviside, London, physicist (predicted ionosphere)
1854 Bernard Zweers, Dutch composer (To my Fatherland)
1862 Freiherr Albert von Schrenk-Notzing, German para-psychologist
1864 Jan P Veth, Bayern, Dutch painter/etcher/lithographer/art historian
1865 William Heinemann, England, publisher (Chemical Instrumental)
1868 Nicholas II Aleksandrovitsj, last tsar of Russia (1894-1917)
1869 Ruprecht, crown prince of Bavaria/general-fieldmarshall
1871 Franiska zu Reventlow, writer
1872 Bertrand Russell, England, mathematician/philosopher (Nobel 1950)
1875 Guido Alberto Fano, composer
1881 Georgi Atanasov, composer
1882 Eduardo Fabini, composer
1883 Walter Gropius, Berlin Germany, architect (Bauhaus school of design)
1885 Eurico Gaspar Dutra, president of Brazil (1945-50)
1886 Ole Windingstad, composer
1887 Ernst Wiechert, writer
1889 G Gunnarson, writer
1891 Rudolf Carnap, philosopher (German Logical Positivist)
1896 Walter Fitzgerald, Keyhan Devonport England
1897 Frank Capra
1897 Frank Capra
1897 Frank Capra
1897 Frank Capra
1897 Frank Capra
1897 Frank Capra, Ital, director (Its a Wonderful Life, Arsenic & Old Lace)
1897 Jack Raine, London England, actor (Quartet)
1898 Juan J Domenchina, Spanish poet/interpreter (sombra desterrada)
1900 Sarah Miriam Peale, US, portrait painter (Gen Lafayette-1825)
1901 Harry Robert Wilson, composer
1901 Henri-Pierre Sauguet, Bordeaux France, composer (La Chotte)
1901 Vincent du Vigneaud, US biochemist
1902 [Robert] Meredith Willson, Mason City Iowa, composer (Music Man)
1903 George E Stone, Lodz Poland, actor (Viva Villa, Last Mile)
1904 Jacob K Javits, (Sen-R-NY)
1905 Eric Zeisl, composer
1905 Hedley Verity, cricketer (terrific slow lefty for England pre-WW II)
1907 Clifford Curzon, London England, pianist (MacFarren Gold Medal)
1907 Robley D Evans, nuclear physicist
1909 Fred Perry, English tennis star/commentator (Wimbledon, 1934-36)
1910 Arthur van Schendel, Dutch art historian
1911 Joe Turner, KC, blues singer (Corrine Corrina, Shake Rattle & Roll)
1911 Lord Hartwell
1911 Sigrid Gurie, Brooklyn NY, actor (Algiers, Sofia, Refugee)
1912 Perry Como
1912 Perry Como
1912 Perry Como
1912 Perry Como
1912 Perry Como
1912 Georg von Opel, German auto manufacturer
1912 Perry Como, [Pierino], Canonsburg Pa, singer/TV (Perry Como Show)
1912 Richard Brooks, Phila, director (Blackboard Jungle, In Cold Blood)
1914 Anthony Fell, British MP
1914 Boris Christoff, Bulgaria/Italian bass (Boris Godunov)
1914 Pierre A Balmain, France, fashion designer (1940's "New Look")
1915 Leon Shenandoah, native American leader
1917 Charles Wintour, journalist
1917 James Donald, Aberdeen Scotland, actor (Bridge on River Kwai, Vikings)
1918 Pope John Paul II
1918 John Paul II, [Karol Wojtyla], 264th Roman Catholic pope (1978- )
1918 Pope John Paul II
1919 Margot Fonteyn
1919 Margot Fonteyn
1919 Margot Fonteyn
1919 Margot Fonteyn
1919 Margot Fonteyn
1919 Margot Fonteyn, Surrey England, prima ballerina (Giselle)
1920 Pope John Paul II
1920 Pope John Paul II
1920 Pope John Paul II
1920 Pope John Paul II
1920 Pope John Paul II
1921 Anthony Epstein, FRS/pathologist
1922 Bill Macy, Revere Mass, actor (Walter-Maude, Oh! Calcutta)
1922 GMcC Kitson, British principal (Central School of Speech/Drama)
1923 Liam Sullivan, Jacksonville Ill, actor (Mapoy-Monroes)
1924 Jack Whitaker, Phila Pa, sportscaster (ABC, CBS)
1927 Richard Body, MP
1928 G R Hall, nuclear scientist
1928 Pernell Roberts, Waycross Ga, actor (Adam-Bonanza, Trapper John MD)
1928 P G Hammersley, British Rear-Admiral
1929 Johan N Block, aviation pioneer (Martinair/Transavia/Air Holland)
1929 Lord St John of Fawsley
1929 Roger Matton, composer
1930 Pernell Roberts
1930 Pernell Roberts
1930 Pernell Roberts
1930 Pernell Roberts
1930 Pernell Roberts
1930 Barbara Goldsmith, New Rochelle, author (Little Gloria Happy At Last)
1930 Don Leslie Lind, Midvale Utah, astronaut (STS 51-B)
1930 Fred[erick Thomas] Saberhagen, US, sci-fi author (Book of Swords)
1930 Geoffrey Littler, CEO (County NatWest Group)
1930 Warren B Rudman, (Sen-R-NH, 1980- )
1931 Robert Morse
1931 Robert Morse
1931 Robert Morse
1931 Robert Morse
1931 Robert Morse
1931 Robert Morse, Newton Mass, actor (That's Life, Jack Frost)
1932 John Clement, chairman (Unigate Group)
1934 Dwayne Hickman
1934 Dwayne Hickman
1934 Dwayne Hickman
1934 Dwayne Hickman
1934 Dwayne Hickman
1934 Dwayne Hickman, LA, actor (Dobie Gillis, How to Stuff a Wild Bikini)
1937 Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Oriole 3rd baseman (1955-77)
1937 Ildik˘ Sagi-Retj”, Hung, foils (Oly-2 gold/3 silv/2 bronze-1960-76)
1937 Jacques Santer, Pres (European Commission)
1939 Glen Hardin, Texas, rocker (Crickets)
1939 Patrick Cormack, MP
1940 A Marshall Stoneham, FRS, physicist
1940 Pat Trimborn, cricket pace bowler (South African in 4 Tests 1966-70)
1941 Diane McBain, Cleve Ohio, actress (Surfside Six, Spinout, Donner Pass)
1941 M S Longair, astronomer
1942 Albert Hammond, rocker
1942 Keith Hellawell, Chief Constable (West Yorkshire)
1942 Marquess of Reading
1942 N P (Nobby) Stiles, footballer
1942 Rodney Dillard, rocker (Glittergrass)
1944 Peter Ryan, British national director (Police Training)
1945 Bhagwat Chandrasekhar, cricketer (brilliant Indian leggie 1964-79)
1945 John Richard Patterson, businessman
1945 Maarten van Traa, Dutch MP (PvdA)
1946 Reggie Jackson
1946 Reggie Jackson
1946 Reggie Jackson
1946 Reggie Jackson
1946 Reggie Jackson
1946 George Alexander, rocker
1946 Reggie Jackson, "Mr October" baseball rightfielder (Yankees, A's)
1947 Candice Azzara, Brooklyn NY, actress (Fatso)
1947 John Bruton, Prime Minister (Republic of Ireland)
1948 Felix MH Troch, Flemish actor/director (Gekkenbriefje)
1948 Joe Bonsall, Phila, country singer (Oak Ridge Boys-Elvira)
1949 Bill Wallace, rocker/actor (Fear, Avenging Force, Desperate)
1949 Rick Wakeman, rock keyboardist (Yes-Fish Out of Water)
1949 Stuart Gannes, Detroit Mich, writer (Fortune)
1949 William Wallace, rocker (Guess Who)
1950 Rodney Milburn Jr, USA, hurdler (Olympic-gold-1972)
1950 Thomas Gottschalk, Bamberg Germany, (Telespiele)
1951 Angela Voigt, German DR, long jumper (Olympic-gold-76)
1951 Denny Dillon, comedian (SNL, Dream On)
1951 James Stephens, Mount Kisko NY, actor (Paper Chase, Devil's Island)
1951 Rodger Davis, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer
1952 George Strait
1952 George Strait
1952 George Strait
1952 George Strait
1952 George Strait
1952 Diane E[lizabeth] Duane, US, sci-fi author (Door into Fire)
1952 George Strait, Pearsall Tx, country singer (All My Exes Live in Texas)
1952 Martin R Hoke, (Rep-R-Ohio)
1953 [Feliciano] Butch Tavares, rocker (Tavares)
1953 Helen Chadwick, artist
1954 Martyn Wiley, writer/broadcaster
1954 Wreckless Eric, rocker (Waxworks, Be Stiff)
1955 Yun Fat Chow, Nam Nga Island Hong Kong, actor (Better Tomorrow)
1956 Joe [Naomichi] Ozaki, Tekushima Japan, golfer (1995 Phoenix Open-8th)
1957 Michael Cretu, rocker (Enigma)
1958 Ray Donaldson, NFL center (Dallas Cowboys)
1958 Toyah Wilcox, Birmingham England, rocker (I Want to Be Free)
1959 Graham Dilley, cricketer (England wicket-taker of 80's)
1960 Jari Kurri, Helsinki Fin, NHL left wing (NY Rangers, LA Kings, Colo)
1960 Tom Jackson, Oakville Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 CPGA Winter)
1960 Yannick Noah, France, tennis player (French 1983)
1962 Mike Whitmarsh, San Diego CA, beach volleyballer (Olympics-silver-96)
1963 Marty McSorley, Hamilton, NHL defenseman (LA Kings, NY Rangers)
1964 Will Wolford, NFL tackle (Indianapolis Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers)
1965 Erik Hanson, Kinnelon NJ, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)
1965 Rufus Porter, linebacker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
1965 Rufus Porter, NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
1966 Mike Inez, US rock bassist (Alice in Chains-Facelift)
1967 Jaime Gomez, Arlington TX, Nike golfer (1992 Boise Open)
1967 Karl Dunbar, NFL defensive tackle (Arizona Cardinals)
1968 Ernie Logan, NFL defensive end (Jacksonville Jaguars, NY Jets)
1969 Jean-Chris. Filippin, hockey defenseman (Team France 1998)
1969 Martika, [Marta Marrero], Cuba, singer (Toy Soldiers)
1970 Clemens Zwijnenberg, soccer player (FC Twente)
1970 Vicky Sunohara, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98)
1971 Ben Coleman, guard/offensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1971 Clifton Sunada, Honolulu HI, extra-lightweight judoka (Olympics-96)
1971 Craig Hentrich, NFL punter (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1971 Daniel Gowing, Germany, NZ judoka (Olympics-96)
1971 Karen Bye, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)
1971 Lael Perlstrom, Laguna Beach Cal, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-25-1995)
1971 Rich Garces, Maracay Aragua Venezuela, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)
1972 Turner Stevenson, Prince George, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)
1973 Darren Van Impe, Saskatoon, NHL defenseman (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
1973 David Bailey, WLAF tackle (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1973 Donyell Marshall, NBA forward (Golden State Warriors)
1973 Markus Brunner, hockey forward (Team Italy 1998)
1973 Tory James, NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1973 Walter Scott, NFL defensive tackle (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1976 Ron Mercer, NBA guard (Boston Celtics)
1978 Jennifer Streblow, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Miss America-Wisconsin (1997)
1979 Kaci Thompson, Miss Nevada Teen USA (1997)

Events


1096 Crusaders massacre Jews of Worm
1291 Sultan of Egypt & his son take last Christian stronghold of Acre
1302 Trades people assault on French garrison (Brugse Metten)
1385 Peace of Doornik: Gent & Louis van Thoughts
1596 Willem Barents leaves Amsterdam for Novaya Zemlya
1619 Hugo the Great sentenced to life in prison
1631 English colony Massachusetts Bay grants puritarian voting right
1631 John Winthrop is elected 1st governor of Massachusetts
1642 Montreal Canada founded
1652 Rhode Island enacts 1st law declaring slavery illegal
1703 Dutch & English troops occupy Cologne
1756 England declares war on France
1794 2nd battle of Bouvines (France-Austria)
1803 Britain declares war on France after Napoleon Bonaparte continues interfering in Italy & Switzerland
1804 Napoleon Bonaparte proclaimed Emperor of France
1828 Battle of Las Piedras, ends conflict between Uruguay & Brazil
1830 Edwin Budding of England signs an agreement for manufacture of his invention, lawn mower. Saturdays are destroyed forever
1843 United Free Church of Scotland forms
1846 US troops attack Rio Grande occupying Matamoros
1851 Amsterdam-Nieuwediep telegraph connection linked
1852 Massachusetts rules all school-age children must attend school
1860 Republican Party nominates Abraham Lincoln for president
1861 Battle of Sewall's Point VA-1st Federal offense against South
1861 Friedrich Hebbels "Kriemhildes Rache," premieres in Weimar
1863 Siege of Vicksburg, MS
1864 Battle of Yellow Bayou, LA (Bayou de Glaize, Old Oaks)
1866 French Govt of De Putte resigns
1880 6th Kentucky Derby: George Lewis aboard Fonso wins in 2:37«
1887 Emmanuel Chabriers opera "Le Roi Malgr‚ Luis," premieres in Paris
1889 Jules Massenets opera "Esclarmonde," premieres in Paris
1896 US Supreme court affirms race separation (Plessy v Ferguson)
1897 Irish Music Festival 1st held (Dublin)
1897 NY Giant William Joyce sets record of 4 triples in 1 game
1897 Paul Dukas "L'Apprenti Sorcier Pruimtabak on the Market," premieres
1899 World Goodwill Day-26 nations meet in 1st Hague Peace Conference
1900 Britain proclaims protectorate over kingdom of Tonga
1904 American Ion Perdicaris kidnapped in Morocco
1910 Passage of Earth through tail of Halley's Comet causes near-panic
1911 Pres/dictator Jos‚ Porfirio Diaz of Mexico term ends
1912 A's beat Tigers 24-2, who use amateurs protesting Ty Cobbs suspension
1912 Maurits Binger establishes 2 Dutch movie companies
1916 US pilot Kiffin Rockwell shoots down German aircraft
1917 Satie/Massine/Picasso's ballet "Parade," premieres in Paris
1917 US passes Selective Service act
1918 Neth Indian Volksraad installed in Batavia
1918 TNT explosion in chemical factory in Oakdale Penn kills 200
1920 46th Preakness: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 1:51.6
1922 Dutch 2nd Chamber agrees to 48 hour work week (was 45 hrs)
1926 Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson vanished in Venice Calif She showed up a month later & said she had been kidnapped
1927 "Slide Lake" in Gros Ventre Wyoming collapses
1927 Grauman's Chinese Theater opens in Hollywood Calif
1927 Ritz Hotel opens in Boston
1929 55th Kentucky Derby: Linus McAtee on Clyde Van Dusen wins in 2:10.8
1929 Dodgers beat Phillies 20-16 & lost 8-6 in 2nd game (record 50 runs)
1933 Tennessee Valley Authority Act signed by President Roosevelt.
1933 Tennessee Valley Authority Act signed by President Roosevelt.
1933 Tennessee Valley Act (TVA) Act signed by FDR, to build dams
1933 1st major league All-Star Game announced for July 6 at Comiskey Park It will be played as part of the Chicago World's Fair
1934 Academy Award 1st called Oscar in print (Sidney Skolsky)
1934 Congress approves "Lindbergh Act," makes kidnapping a capital offense
1934 Jimmie Foxx hits 1st HR in Comiskey Park center field bleachers
1934 TWA began commercial service
1935 Harold Gimblett scores 123 in 80 mins on debut for Somerset
1940 German troops conquer Brussels
1941 An Egyptian steamer sinks
1941 Italian army under general Aosta surrenders to Britain in Ethiopia
1941 Jewish veterans honor their dead
1942 NYC ends night baseball games for rest of WW II
1943 Allied bombers attack Pantelleria in the Mediterranean Sea
1944 Polish 2nd Army corps captures convent of Monte Cassino Italy
1944 Expulsion of more than 200,000 Tartars from Crimea by Soviet Union begins, they are accused of collaborating with the Germans
1945 Tigers & A's both have 7 straight games postponed due to rain
1947 A's catcher Warren Rosar catches his 147th game without an error
1948 "Ballet Ballads" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 62 performances
1948 Arab Legion captures fort on Mt Scopus
1948 Saudi Arabia joins invasion of Israel
1949 Antiquarian Booksellers Assoc of America incorporates
1950 "Liar" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 12 performances
1950 Tommy Glaviano makes 3 consecutive errors on grounders
1951 UN moves HQ to NYC
1951 US General Collins predicts use of atom bomb in Korea
1952 Professor WF Libby said Stonehedge dates back to 1848 BC
1953 1st woman to break sound barrier (Jacqueline Cochrane, USA)
1953 Jacqueline Cochran is 1st woman to break the sound barrier
1954 European Convention on Human Rights goes into effect
1955 28.7 cm rain falls at Lake Maloya New Mexico (state record)
1955 Atkinson & Depeiaza take WI from 6-187 to 6-494 in day v Aust
1955 Queen Juliana opens E55 fair in Amsterdam
1956 Hungarian party leader Matyas R kosi enforces his own policy
1956 Mickey Mantle hits HR from both sides of plate for record 3rd time
1956 Queen Juliana opens Rembrandt fairs in Amsterdam
1957 83rd Preakness: Eddie Arcaro aboard Bold Ruler wins in 1:56.2
1958 Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Peach Blossom Golf Open
1959 "Castin' My Spell" by Johnny Otis Show hits #52
1959 "Judy" by David Seville hits #86
1959 "Russian Band Stand" by Spencer & Spencer hits #91
1960 Eillen Fulton begins playing Lisa on As the World Turn (for > 30 yrs)
1960 Jean Genets "Le Balcon," premieres in Paris
1961 "Donnybrook!" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 68 performances
1963 "Beast in Me" closes at Plymouth Theater NYC after 4 performances
1963 "If You Wanna Be Happy" by Jimmy Soul hits #1
1963 89th Preakness: Bill Shoemaker aboard Candy Spots wins in 1:56.2
1964 David Frost interviews Paul McCartney on BBC
1964 Supreme Court rules unconstitutional to deprive naturalized citizens of citizenship if they return to home country for more than 3 years
1965 Gene Roddenberry suggests 16 names including Kirk for Star Trek Capt
1965 WTAF TV channel 29 in Philadelphia, PA (IND) begins broadcasting
1967 Silver hits record $1.60 an ounce in London
1967 Tenn Gov Ellington repeals "Monkey Law," upheld in 1925 Scopes Trial
1968 94th Preakness: Ismael Valenzuela aboard Forward Pass wins in 1:56.8
1968 AL Kaline hits his 307th HR, surpassing Hank Greenberg as a Tiger
1968 Frank Howard ties AL record with HR in his 6th consecutive game his 10 home runs in the most in 6 games
1969 "Canterbury Tales" closes at Eugene O'Neill NYC after 122 perfs
1969 Apollo 10 (Stafford/Cernan/Young) launched toward lunar orbit
1969 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational
1971 4th ABA Championship: Utah Stars beat Kentucky Colonels, 4 games to 3
1971 Bulgarian constitution goes into effect
1971 Pres Nixon rejects 60 demands of Congressional Black Caucus
1971 Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3
1971 Vampire rapist Wayne Bodens last victim found
1972 "Me & The Chimp," last airs on CBS-TV
1972 John Sebastian makes 63 consecutive free throws while blindfolded
1973 Russian party leader Brezhnev visits West Germany
1973 WIBC Bowling Queens won by Dotty Fothergill
1974 "Streak" by Ray Stevens hits #1
1974 100th Preakness: Miguel Rivera aboard Current Little wins in 1:54.6
1974 India becomes 6th nation to explode an atomic bomb
1977 A nightclub fire in Cincinnati killed 164
1977 Juventus wins 6th UEFA Cup at Bilbao
1977 Menachem Begin becomes Israel's Prime Minister
1977 Nightclub in Cincinnati fire kills 164
1978 Italy legalizes abortion
1978 Russian dissident Yuri Orlov exiled to compulsory work
1980 Mount St. Helens blew its top in Washington State.
1980 Mount St. Helens blew its top in Washington State.
1980 Belgium 3rd govt of Martens forms
1980 China PR launch 1st intercontinental rocket
1980 Donna White wins LPGA Coca-Cola Golf Classic
1980 Fernando Belaunde Terry elected president of Peru
1980 Mount St Helens blows its top in Washington State, 60 die
1982 Tigers outfielder Larry Herndon is 14th to hit 4 consecutive HRs
1982 Unification Church founder Rev Sun Myung Moon convicted of tax evasion
1983 Senate revises immigration laws, gives millions of illegal aliens legal status under an amnesty program
1985 "One Night In Bangkok" by Murray Head hits #3
1985 111th Preakness: Pat Day aboard Tank's Prospect wins in 1:53.4
1985 1st remote location for "Nightline" (South Africa)
1986 "Singin' in the Rain" closes at Gershwin Theater NYC after 367 perfs
1986 Becky Pearson wins LPGA Chrysler-Plymouth Golf Classic
1986 Chung Kwung Ying did 2,750 atomic hand-stand push-ups
1986 David Goch finishes swimming 55,682 miles in a 25-yd pool
1986 South African army occupies Botswana, Zimbabwe & Zambia
1986 Chung Kwung Ying did 2,750 "atomic" hand-stand push-ups
1988 Bayer Leverkusen wins 17th UEFA Cup at Leverkusen
1988 In just Oakland's 39th of the season, pitcher Dave Stewart breaks record with his 12th balk en route to 16
1989 Lisa Strawberry files for divorce from Darryl
1990 2 Germanys sign a monetary union treaty
1990 Cubs Ryne Sandberg ends 2nd baseman record 123 errorless game streak
1990 Judy Carne arrested at JFK airport on an 11 year old drug warrant
1990 Return To Green Acres TV movie airs
1991 117th Preakness: Jerry Bailey aboard Hansel wins in 1:54
1991 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1991 USSR launches 2 cosmonauts to MIR space station
1992 Supreme Court rules states could not force mentally unstable criminal defendants to take anti-psychotic drugs
1993 Danish people vote in favor of ratifying the Maastricht Treaty
1993 Italian police arrest Mafia boss Benedetto "Nitto" Santapaola
1994 AC Milan wins Europe Cup 1: 4-0 against Barcelona
1994 Israel withdraws from the Gaza Strip
1994 Tropical Butterfly Garden at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens
1995 WIBC Bowling Queens won by Sandra Postma
1996 122nd Preakness: Pat Day aboard Louis Quatorze wins in 1:53.2
1996 WIBC Bowling Queens won by Lisa Wagner
1997 "King David," opens at New Amsterdam Theater NYC
1997 43rd McDonald's LPGA Championship won by Chris Johnson
1997 Cadillac NFL Senior Golf Classic
1997 Tiger Woods wins Byron Nelson Golf Classic

That's All....

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