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Sunday, May 27, 2018.



Birthdays


1332 Ibn Khaldun, Tunis, Arab historian/sociologist (Muqaddimah)
1595 Benedictus Carpzovius, [Benedikt Carpzov], German lawyer
1626 William II, prince of Orange/stadholder
1652 Elisabeth C "Liselotte" van de Palts, German/French duchess of Orleans
1738 Bonaventura Furlanetto, composer
1756 Maximilian I Jozef, King of Bavaria
1774 Francis Beaufort, admiral/hydrographer (Beaufort wind force scale)
1794 Cornelius Vanderbilt, millionaire (B & O railroad)
1799 Jacques-Fran‡ois-Fromental-Elle Halevy, [Elie Levy], composer
1806 Charles-Joseph Tolbecque, composer
1815 Henry Parkes, British journalist/premier of Australia
1818 Amelia Bloomer, suffragist known for her pantaloons
1818 Amelia Jenks Bloomer, suffragette known for her pantaloons
1818 Amelia Bloomer, suffragist known for her pantaloons
1819 Julia Ward Howe, US, author/lecturer (Battle Hymn of the Republic)
1822 Henry Wylde, composer
1822 Josef Joachim Raff, composer
1823 John Gray Foster, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874
1836 Edwin Gray Lee, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1870
1836 Jay Gould, US railroad executive, financier
1837 Wild Bill Hickock
1837 Robert Frederick Hoke, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1912
1837 "Wild Bill" Hickok, [James Butler], cowboy/scout
1837 Wild Bill Hickock
1839 Luigi Capuana, Sicilian author/critic (Roccaverdina)
1849 "Blind" Tom Bethune, pianist/composer
1852 Billy Barnes, cricketer (England all-rounder 1880-90)
1854 Georges Eekhoud, Belgian writer (Jeune Belgium)
1861 Victoria E Matthews, educator
1862 J.E. Campbell --1924
1862 J.E. Campbell --1924
1862 J.E. Campbell --1924
1862 J.E. Campbell --1924
1862 J.E. Campbell --1924
1867 Arnold Bennett, England, novelist/playwright/critic (Great Babylon)
1870 Lionel Palairet, cricketer (elegant England bat in the Golden Age)
1871 Georges-Henri Rouault, Fr expressionist painter (Miserere et Guerre)
1874 Dustin Farnum, US, actor (Squaw Man, Virginian) [or 1870]
1874 Richard von Schaukal, Austria poet/writer (Eros Thanatos)
1878 Isadora Duncan
1878 Isadora Duncan
1878 Isadora Duncan
1878 Isadora Duncan
1878 Isadora Duncan
1879 Lucile Watson, actress (Great Lie, Watch on the Rhine, Let's Dance)
1881 Rudolf Pannwitz, German writer
1884 Bax Brod, composer
1887 Emiel van der Straeten, Flemish playwright (Sudanese legends)
1887 Erich Kuttner, German journalist/historian (Vorw„rts)
1887 Frank Woolley, cricketer (long-running England left-arm all-rounder)
1888 Louis Durey, composer
1891 Claude Adonai Champagne, composer
1892 Sara Heyblom, Dutch actress (Pygmalion, Fietsen naar de Maan)
1894 Dashiell Hammett, author who created the hard-boiled detective
1894 Dashiell Hammett, Maryland, author (Sam Spade, Maltese Falcon)
1894 L F C‚line, writer
1894 Louis-Ferdinand C‚line, France, novelist (Journey to End of Night)
1894 Dashiell Hammett, author who created the hard-boiled detective
1895 Marij Kogoj, composer
1897 John Douglas Cockroft, English physicist (Radar, Nobel 1951)
1902 Celius Dougherty, composer
1906 Robert Shone, director-general (NEDC)
1907 Rachel Carson, ecologist
1907 Felix de Nobel, Dutch orchestra leader
1907 Rachel Louise Carson, biologist/ecologist/writer (Silent Spring)
1907 Rachel Carson, ecologist
1908 Alex Brown, snooker player
1908 Harold Rome, composer (Fanny, Pins & Needles)
1908 Melle J Oldeboerrigter, [Melle], Dutch painter/cartoonist
1909 Isador Goodman, composer
1910 Daniel Greenway, CEO (Daniel Greenway & Sons)
1911 Hubert H. Humphrey
1911 Vincent Price
1911 Hubert H. Humphrey
1911 Vincent Price
1911 Hubert H. Humphrey
1911 Vincent Price
1911 Hubert H. Humphrey
1911 Vincent Price
1911 Hubert H. Humphrey
1911 Vincent Price
1911 Hubert Humphrey, (Sen-D-Minn) 38th VP (1965-69), 1968 Pres candidate
1911 Torolf Elster, Norwegian journalist/writer (Frihet och demokrati)
1911 Vincent Price, St Louis MO, actor (House on Haunted Hill, Fly, Laura)
1912 John Cheever, writer (Wapshot Chronicle)
1912 Sam Snead, Hot Springs VA, PGA golfer (PGA-1963, 65, 67, 70, 72, 73)
1913 Arthur Mervyn Stockwood, bishop
1913 Mervyn Stockwood, bishop (Southwark England)
1913 Wolfgang Schulze, [Wols], German cartoonist/painter
1914 Hugh Le Caine, composer
1914 Lord Erroll of Hale, British minister
1914 Rose Stainton, CEO (British Airways)
1915 Herman Wouk, NYC, novelist (Caine Mutiny, Winds of War)
1915 Mario del Monaco, Italian opera singer (Verdi/Puccini)
1916 Norman Griggs, VP (Building Society Association)
1918 Yasuhiro Nakasone, premier of Japan (1982-87)
1919 Kam Fong, Honolulu Hawaii, actor (Hawaii Five-0)
1920 Michael Webster, CEO (DRG)
1920 William Crawshay, Lord-Lt of Gwent
1921 Caryl Chessman, kidnapper who got death penalty (1960)
1921 Redd Stewart, Ashland City Tn, guitarist/pianist (Pee Wee King Show)
1922 Christopher Lee
1922 Christopher Lee
1922 Christopher Lee
1922 Christopher Lee
1922 Christopher Lee
1922 Christopher Lee, London England, actor (Hound of Baskervilles)
1922 Sidney AK Keyes, English poet (Iron Laurel)
1923 Henry Kissinger
1923 Henry Kissinger
1923 Henry Kissinger
1923 Henry Kissinger
1923 Henry Kissinger
1923 Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State (1973-77)/Nobel Peace Prize (1973)
1923 Lord Freyberg, British Colonel of General Staff
1925 John Moberly, diplomat
1926 Gordon Leggat, cricketer (open batsman for NZ in 9 Tests 1953-56)
1927 Bryan Cowgill, deputy chairman (Mirror Group)
1927 Jan Blokker, Dutch writer/journalist (VPRO, People's Newspaper)
1928 Thea Musgrave, Barnton Midlothian Scot, composer (Mary Queen of Scots)
1929 Donald Howard Keats, composer
1930 Eino Tamberg, composer
1930 John Barth, novelist (Sot-Weed Factor)
1930 Simon Barrington-Ward
1930 William S Sessions, Arkansas, director of FBI
1931 Florence Sharples, director (British YWCA)
1931 John Chapple, British chief of General Staff
1931 Kenny Price, Florence Ky, country singer (Midwestern Hayride, Hee Haw)
1931 Veroslav Neumann, composer
1932 Jeffrey Bernard, singer
1934 Harlan [Jay] Ellison, US, sci-fi author (7 Hugos, Doomsman, Babylon 5)
1935 Elias Gistelinck, Flemish composer
1935 Lee Meriwether, LA Calif, Miss America (Time Tunnel, Barnaby Jones)
1935 Ramsey Lewis, Chic, pop jazz artist (Hang on Sloopy)
1936 Louis Gossett, Jr.
1936 Louis Gossett, Jr.
1936 Louis Gossett, Jr.
1936 Louis Gossett, Jr.
1936 Louis Gossett, Jr.
1936 Benjamin Bathurst, vice chief of British Defense Staff
1936 Eric Anderson, headmaster (Eton)
1936 Lord Holme, president British Liberal Party
1936 Louis Gossett Jr, Bkln NY, actor (Officer & Gentleman, Deep)
1939 Don Williams, Floydada Texas, country singer (I Believe in You)
1939 Earl Cairns, CEO (S G Warburg & Co)
1939 Jerry Mercer, rock drummer (April Wine Montreal Montreal)
1940 Rene Koering, composer
1941 Adriaan Venema, Dutch journalist/author (Mussert)
1941 Allan Carr, Ill, director (Grease, Happiest Millionaire)
1941 Davina Phillips, actress
1942 Kent Bede Bernard, Trinidad, 4X400 runner (Olympic-bronze-1964)
1942 Priscilla Anne McLean, composer
1942 Roger Freeman, British minister of transport
1943 Bruce Weitz, Norwalk Ct, actor (Hill St Blues, Death of a Centerfold)
1943 Cilla Black, Liverpool England, rock vocalist (You're My World)
1944 Christopher J Dodd, (Gov/Sen-D-CT, 1981- )
1945 Bruce Cockburn, Ottawa Canada, folk rock vocalist (Waterwalker)
1947 Liana Alexandra, composer
1947 Peter DeFazio, (Rep-D-Oregon)
1947 Robert Reinacher Jr, horse trainer
1948 Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Volkov, cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-8, T-14, TM-7)
1948 Anna E "Annelies" Balhan, Dutch revue-artist/actress (Sweet Chairty)
1948 Pete Sears, bassist (Jefferson Starship)
1951 John Conteh, boxer
1951 Norma Jean Almodovar, Binghampton, auto-biographer (Cop to Call Girl)
1954 Catherine Carr, US breaststroke swimmer (Olympics-2 gold-1972)
1955 Bill Malley, Oakland CA, Nike golfer (1991 El Paso Open-30th)
1955 Graeme "Jock" Edwards, cricketer (beefy NZ lefty batsman late 70's)
1956 Lisa Niemi, Houston Tx, actress (Dirty Dancing, Will Rodgers Follies)
1956 Nick Lowery, NFL kicker (NY Jets)
1956 Steve Pagano, horse trainer
1957 Janet Susan Ballion, later to be known as Siouxsie Sioux
1957 Janet Susan Ballion, later to be known as Siouxsie Sioux
1957 Janet Susan Ballion, later to be known as Siouxsie Sioux
1957 Janet Susan Ballion, later to be known as Siouxsie Sioux
1957 Janet Susan Ballion, later to be known as Siouxsie Sioux
1957 Bruce Furniss, US swimmer (Olympics-2 gold-1976)
1957 Duncan Goodhew, swimmer
1957 Siouxsie Sioux, [Susan Ballion], Kent England (Siouxsie & Banshees)
1958 Linnea Quigley, Davenport Iowa, actress (Night of Demons, Virgin High)
1958 Neil Finn, rocker (Split Enz-I Got You, Crowded House)
1960 Ray Armsetad, Kirksville Mo, 4X400 runner (Olympic-gold-1984)
1960 Vinodhan John, cricket pace bowler (Sri Lankan in 6 Tests 1983-84)
1961 Cathy Silvers, NYC, actress (Jenny-Happy Days, Foley Square)
1961 Jill Sterkel, US swimmer (Olympics-bronze-1976, 84, 88)
1961 John Lugbill, Wauseon Ohio, US canoist/kayaker (Olympic-92)
1961 Peri Gilpin, Waco Tx, actor (Roz Doyle-Frasier)
1962 Mariangela D'Abbraccio, Naples Italy, TV actress (Passioni)
1962 Meg Parsont, personality (David Letterman Show)
1962 Ravi Shastri, cricketer (Indian SLA all-rounder 1981-92)
1962 Ray Borner, Australian basketball center (Olympics-1984, 88, 92, 96)
1965 Todd Bridges
1965 Todd Bridges
1965 Todd Bridges
1965 Todd Bridges
1965 Todd Bridges
1965 Jacob Brumfield, Bogalusa LA, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)
1965 Pat Cash, Australia, tennis player (Wimbledon 1987)
1965 Todd Bridges, SF CA, actor (Diff'rent Strokes, Fish)
1966 Eric Leckner, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)
1966 John Jaha, Portland OR, infielder (Milwaukee Brewers)
1966 Ray Sheppard, Pembroke, NHL right wing (Florida Panthers)
1966 Sean Kinney, US rock drummer (Alice in Chains-We Die Young)
1967 Chin Yang, jockey
1967 Doug West, NBA guard (Minnesota Timberwolves)
1967 George McCloud, NBA forward/guard (Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns)
1967 Paul Gascoigne, soccer player
1967 Ruthie Bolton Holifield, WNBA guard (Sac Monarchs/Olympics-gold-96)
1968 Cedric Smith, NFL running back (Wash Redskins, Arizona Cardinals)
1968 Frank Thomas, "Big Hurt", 1st baseman (Chicago White Sox, 1993 MVP)
1968 Jeff Bagwell, Boston Mass, infielder (Houston Astros)
1968 John Connelly, Toledo OH, Nike golfer (1991 NH Open)
1969 Jeremy Mayfield
1969 Jeremy Mayfield
1969 Jeremy Mayfield
1969 Jeremy Mayfield
1969 Jeremy Mayfield
1969 Chip Beake, WLAF administrative assistant (Barcelona Dragons)
1969 Dondr‚ T Whitfield, Bkln NY, actor (Another World, All My Children)
1969 Fran‡ois Letourneau, St Jerome Quebec, canoeist (Olympics-96)
1969 Lesley Tashlin, Toronto Ontario, 100m hurdler (Olympics-96)
1969 Todd Hundley, Martinsville VA, catcher (NY Mets)
1969 Travis Williams, NBA forward (Charlotte Hornets)
1970 Liz Earley, St Catharines Ontario, LPGA golfer (1995 Thailand Open)
1970 Michael Blackburn, Australian laser yachter (Olympics-96)
1970 Todd Collins, linebacker (New England Patriots)
1971 Corey Beck, NBA guard (Charlotte Hornets)
1971 Ferdino Hernandez, soccer player (FC Utrecht)
1971 Monika Schnarre, US actress (Bold & Beautiful)
1971 Scott Szeredy, NFL/WLAF kicker/punter (Chiefs, Barcelona Dragons)
1972 Antonio Freeman, NFL wide reciever (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
1972 Karen Hecox, US 1500m runner
1972 Troy Sienkiewicz, NFL tackle/guard (SD Chargers)
1974 Danny Wuerffel, NFL quarterback (New Orleans Saints)
1976 Richard Park, Seoul Kor, NHL center (Pitts Penguins)
1980 Jessica Deglau, Vancouver BC, 200m butterfly (Olympics-96)

Events


1281 Flemish Earl Gwijde Dampierre takes financial responsibility of Brugge
1328 French king Philip VI Valois crowned
1529 30 Jews of Posing Hungary, charged with blood ritual, burned at stake
1660 Denmark & Sweden sign ceasefire
1679 Habeaus Corpus Act (no false arrest & imprisonment) passes in UK
1689 Anthonie Heinsius succeeds G Fagel as pension advisor of Holland
1703 St Petersburg (Leningrad) founded by Peter the Great
1738 Turkish troops occupy Orsova & Ochakov
1796 James S McLean patents his piano
1813 Americans capture Ft George, Canada
1844 Samuel F.B. Morse completes 1st telegraph line
1850 Mormon Temple in Nauvoo Illinois destroyed by tornado
1854 Marine Telegraph from Ft Point to SF completed
1856 Doctor William Palmer found guilty of poisoning
1862 Battle of Hanover Court House, VA (Slash Church, Peake's Station)
1863 CSS Chattahoochie explodes on Chattahoochie River GA, 18 die
1863 Siege of Port Hudson LA
1864 Skirmish at Salem Church (Haw's Shop), Virginia
1878 6th Preakness: C Holloway aboard Duke of Magenta wins in 2:41.75
1878 Australians Cricket 41 & 12-1 defeat MCC 33 & 19
1881 9th Preakness: T Costello aboard Saunterer wins in 2:40«
1882 10th Preakness: T Costello aboard Vanguard wins in 2:44«
1883 Czar Alexander III crowned in Moscow
1893 Audath Yisroel forms at Kattowitz (Katowice) Poland
1895 British inventor Birt Acres patents film camera/projector
1896 Bay District Race Track closes
1896 Tornado hit St Louis, killing 255 & leaving thousands homeless
1898 Arthur Pinero's "Trelawney of the 'Wells'," premieres in London
1900 Lord Roberts' army fights the Vaal in S Africa
1902 27th Preakness: L Jackson aboard Old England wins in 1:45.8
1903 37th Belmont: John Bullman aboard Africander wins in 2:21.75
1903 Queen Wilhelmina opens Berlages Merchants bureau in Amsterdam
1904 NL record of 5 stolen bases in a game (Dennis McGann, NY Giants)
1905 30th Preakness: W Davis aboard Cairngore wins in 1:45.8
1905 Japanese fleet destroys Russian East Sea fleet in Straits of Tushima
1906 1st outlining of Gustav Mahler's 6th symphony, in Essen
1907 Bubonic Plague breaks out in San Francisco
1907 Bubonic Plague breaks out in San Francisco
1907 Bubonic Plague breaks out in SF
1916 Groundbreaking begins on Hugh Grant Circle in Bronx
1917 Race riot in East St Louis Illinois, 1 black killed
1918 Battle of Aisne
1919 1st transatlantic flight ends; US Navy flying boat takes 11 days
1919 Charles Strite patents pop-up toaster
1920 Tatar ASSR forms in Russian SFSR
1921 Afghanistan gains sovereignty
1921 After 84 years of British control, Afgh nist n achieves sovereignty
1927 Japanese military intervention in Chinese civil war
1927 Thomas Masaryk elected Czechoslovakia president
1929 2nd Ryder Cup: Britain-Ireland, 7-5 at Moortown, England
1930 Richard Drew invents masking tape
1931 1st full scale wind tunnel for testing airplanes, Langley Field Va
1931 Piccard & Knipfer make 1st flight into stratosphere, by balloon
1933 Austrian communist party banned
1933 Century of Progress Exposition opens in Chicago
1933 Federal Securities Act signed
1933 Trailing 11-3, Yanks score 12 runs in 8th & beat White Sox 15-11
1933 Walt Disney's "3 Little Pigs" released
1935 Supreme Court declares FDR's Natl Recovery Act unconstitutional
1936 RMS Queen Mary leaves Southampton for NY on maiden voyage
1937 Golden Gate Bridge dedicated.
1937 Golden Gate Bridge dedicated.
1937 Carl Hubbell wins his 24th consecutive game (since July 17, 1936)
1937 Golden Gate Bridge, SF, dedicated
1938 Bradman scores his 1000th cricket run of Eng season, earliest to do so
1940 British & French begin evacuation of Dunkirk (Operation Dynamo)
1941 Allied troops begin evacuating Kreta
1941 FDR declares state of emergency due to Germany's sinking of Robin Moor
1941 German battleship Bismarck sunk by British naval force
1942 Dorie Miller, awarded navy cross for deeds at Pearl Harbor
1942 Hitler orders 10,000 Czechs murdered
1942 Italian army begin siege of French western Fort Bir Hachim
1942 Top German Nazi Reinhard Heydrich is shot & mortally wounded in Prague
1943 French defiance under Jean Moulin meets secretly in Paris
1943 US forbid racial discrimination in war industry
1944 Allies land on Biak, Indonesia (operation Horlicks)
1944 Japanese advance in Hangkhou China
1944 Jean-Paul Sartres "Huis Clos," premieres in Paris
1948 Arabs blow up Jewish synagogue Hurvat Rabbi Yehudah he-Hasid
1948 Hank Greenberg buys an interest in the Cleveland Indians
1949 Indians start 12-17, owner Bill Veeck arranges a "Second Opening Day"
1949 Martin Canine, cartoon character, spoofs Martin Kane
1949 Russian stop train traffic West-Berlin
1950 "Arms & the Girl" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 134 performances
1950 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to Wallace Stevens
1951 Chinese Communists force Dalai Lama to surrender his army to Beijing
1951 Maritime Museum at Aquatic Park, SF opens
1952 European Defense Community forms
1953 Dutch social democratic/Dutch Liberal Party win municipal elections
1955 Boston Red Sox Norm Zauchin gets 10 RBIs, beating Senators 16-0
1955 Red Buttons Show, last airs on NBC-TV
1956 French raid in Algiers
1956 US performs nuclear test at Enwetak (atmospheric tests)
1958 Ernest Green & 600 whites graduate from Little Rock's Central HS
1958 Vanguard SLV-1 launched for Earth orbit (failed)
1960 1st use of oversized catching mitt (Balt Oriole Clint Courtney)
1960 Balt manager Paul Richards devises oversized catcher's mitt
1960 Military coup overthrows democratic government of Turkey
1961 1st black light is sold
1961 Fiorentina wins 1st Europe Cup II in Florence
1961 Pres Kennedy announces US goal to reach Moon
1961 Ralph Boston of US, sets then long jump record at 27' «"
1962 Ruth Jessen wins LPGA Dallas Civitan Golf Open
1963 3 NJ businessman purchase NHL Colorado Rockies, & get approval to move them to NJ Meadowlands (Devils)
1963 Jomo Kenyatta elected 1st prime minister of Kenya
1964 "From Russia With Love" premieres in US
1964 Inter Milan wins 9th Europe Cup 1 in Vienna
1965 Inter Milan wins 10th Europe Cup 1 in Milan
1966 55th German F-16 Starfighter crashes
1966 6 French fighters crash above Spain
1967 "Sherry!" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 65 performances
1968 6th Mayor's Trophy Game, Mets beat Yanks 4-3
1968 NL awards Montreal & SD major league franchises
1968 Nuclear submarine Scorpion is lost
1969 Jerry Lewis Show second run, last airs on NBC-TV
1969 Walt Disney World construction begins
1970 British expedition climbs south face of Annapurna I
1970 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1971 23rd Walker Cup: Britain-Ireland, 13-11
1971 UCLA wins NCAA basketball championship
1972 "Applause" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 900 performances
1972 "Jimmy Castor Bunch's Troglodyte" (Cave Man) hits #6
1973 Rick Wohlhuter runs record 880 yards in 1:44.6
1974 Pirates Ken Brett no-hits Padres until 9th inning
1975 Paul McCartney releases "Venus & Mars"
1975 Stanley Cup: Phila Flyers beat Buffalo Sabres, 4 games to 2
1975 Worst motor vehicle disaster in UK; bus full of elderly women plunges Dibble's Bridge Yorkshire, killing 38
1976 "Something's Afoot" opens at Lyceum Theater NYC for 61 performances
1977 2 Boeing 747s by Pan Am & KLM collide in Canary Islands, killing 582
1977 NYC fines George Willig 1› for each of 110 stories he climbed
1979 Penny Pulz wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
1979 Pope John Paul ordains John J O'Conner as a bishop
1980 South Korean police ends people's uprising; 2,000 killed
1981 John Hinckley attempts suicide by overdosing on Tylenol
1981 Lenny Randle tries to blow a slow roller foul but ump says no
1981 Liverpool wins 26th Europe Cup 1 at Paris
1981 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1982 "Do Black Patent Leather Shoes..." opens at Alvin NYC for 5 perfs
1982 John McMullen buys NHL Colorodo Rockies & gets approval to move to NJ
1983 Former EPA official Rita Lavelle indicted for contempt of Congress
1984 Beth Henley's "Miss Firecracker contest," premieres in NYC
1984 Joanne Carner wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
1984 Manuela Manleeva wins 3 singles tennis matches in one day
1985 Britain agrees to return Hong Kong to China in 1997
1985 Inaugural bands parade for Pres Reagan
1986 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1986 Norway Showcase groundbreaking
1986 Prest Reagan orderes 2 Poseidon-class submarines be dismantled
1987 Jim & Tammy Bakker appear on "Nightline" after PTL scandal
1987 Postage wins 32nd Europe Cup 1 in Vienna
1987 Yank Phil Niekro is 3rd pitcher to make 700th start (Young & Sutton)
1988 Senate ratified a treaty eliminating medium-range nuclear missiles
1990 74th Indianapolis 500 runs
1990 C‚sar Gaviria Trujillo chosen pres of Colombia
1990 Jan Stephenson wins J C Penney LPGA Golf Skins Game
1990 Pat Bradley wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
1990 Radical Democratic Party holds 1st political meetings in Moscow
1991 Austrian Boeing 767-300 explodes at Bangkok, 223 die
1993 Dale Murphy ends carreer at 398 HRs
1993 Mafia bombs Uffizi-museum in Florence, kills 6
1994 Alexander Solzhenitsyn returned to Russia after 20 years in exile
1994 Final broadcast of Arsenio Hall talk show
1994 Flintstones live action movie opens in theaters
1994 Larry King ended his radio show
1994 Radio conservative Rush Limbaugh (43) weds Marta Fitzgerald (35)
1997 1st all female (20 British women) team reaches North Pole
1997 Arie Luyendyk wins his 2nd Indianapolis 500
1997 Judge finds Pamela Lee not guilty of breaking a contract
1997 Major league revenue sharing begins, NY Yanks pay out most $28M
1997 Marv Albert pleads innocent to charges of sexually assault
1997 Russian Pres Boris Yeltsin signs a historic treaty with NATO

That's All....

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