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Monday, May 28, 2018.



Birthdays


1371 John, the Fearless, Burgundy France, Duke of Burgundy/warrior
1577 Floris II van Pallandt, Dutch earl of Culemborg/politician
1660 George I, King of England (1714-27)
1676 J.F. Riccati --1754
1676 J.F. Riccati --1754
1676 J.F. Riccati --1754
1676 J.F. Riccati --1754
1676 J.F. Riccati --1754
1738 Joseph Ignace Guillotin, France, physician/inventor (guillotine)
1759 William Pitt, the Younger (C), English PM (1783-1801, 1804-06)
1765 Jean Baptiste Cartier, composer
1777 Joseph-Henri-Ignace Mees, composer
1778 Friedrich Westenholz, composer
1780 Joseph Frohlich, composer
1782 Wouter J van Troostwijk, Dutch painter
1789 Bernard S Ingemann, Danish author (Tomorrow- og Aftensange)
1798 Josef Dessauer, composer
1807 Jan van Swieten, Dutch general/governor of West-Sumatra
1807 Louis Agassiz, Switzerland, naturalist/geologist/teacher
1810 Alexandre Calamo, Switz, painter/etcher/lithographer
1818 Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard, US Confederate gen (Hero of Sumter)
1819 William Birney, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1907
1820 Willem Doorenbos, [Keerom], literary/critic
1828 Alpheus Baker, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1891
1828 Bartel Wilton, machinefabrikant/ship builder
1830 George Lucas Hartsuff, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874
1830 Karoly Filtsch, composer
1831 Eliza Ann Gardner, underground railway conductor
1838 Basil Wilson Duke, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1916
1841 Giovanni Sgambati, composer
1844 Leon Felix Augustin Joseph Vasseur, composer
1851 Dick Barlow, cricketer (immortal England all-rounder of 1880's)
1862 Henry W Slocum Jr, tennis champ (US Open-1888)
1863 Georg Adler, German state economist
1865 Gerrit Grijns, Dutch physiologist (Vitamin E)
1868 Claude Anet, [Jean Schopfer], French writer (Fille Perdue)
1874 G K Chesterton, writer
1879 Milutin Milankovic, Yugoslavian astronomer/meteorologist
1883 George Dyson, composer
1883 Luigi Perrachio, composer
1884 Edvard Benes, premier/president of Czechoslovakia (1921-22, 35-48)
1884 Theo(door) van Reijn, Dutch sculptor/lithographer
1886 Jim Thorpe, all American athlete.
1886 Nicolai Sokoloff, near Kiev Ukraine, conductor (Seattle Symph)
1886 Jim Thorpe, all American athlete.
1887 Hank Mann, NYC, actor (City Lights, Smoky, Dawn Trail, Fugitive Road)
1888 James Francis Thorpe, Shawnee OK, decathelete (Olympic-gold-1912)
1888 Jim Thorpe, Shawnee OK, decathelete (Olympics-gold-1912)
1889 Jose Padilla, composer
1892 Minna Gombell, Baltimore, actress (Bad Girl, Thin Man, Hello Sister)
1894 Sammy White, RI, actor (711 Ocean Drive, Sound Off)
1896 Marius Monnikendam, Dutch choir composer
1896 Warren Giles, baseball's National League president
1897 Henry Kendall, London, actor (Amazing Quest, Shadow, Rich & Strange)
1898 Andy Kirk, jazz musician
1900 Owen Aisher, president (Marley)
1903 Gaston Duribreux, Flemish writer (Golden Sail)
1904 Shalva Mikhaylovich Mshvelidze, composer
1906 Mary Ralton, director (British WRAC)
1906 Phil Regan, singer (My Wild Irish Rose)
1907 Frederick George Emmison, archivist/historian
1907 Henry Ritz, comedian/dancer (Ritz Brothers)
1907 Patrick Browne, British Lord justice of appeal
1908 Ian Fleming, gave James Bond a job.
1908 Ian Lancaster Fleming, London England, author (James Bond)
1908 Ian Fleming, gave James Bond a job.
1909 John Schepens, [Jean Baudoux], Flemish journalist/writer (Polyfoto)
1910 Rachel Kempson, actress (Captive Heart)
1910 Stuart Piggott, archaeologist
1910 T-Bone Walker, Linden Tx, blues guitarist (Funky Town, Well Done)
1911 Bob Crisp, cricketer (South African pace bowler of 30's)
1911 Jean-Pierre Levy, resistance leader
1912 Leslie Monson, diplomat
1912 Patrick White, Australia, novelist (Happy Valley, Nobel 1973)
1913 Gordon Wolstenholme, physician
1914 W G G Duncan-Smith, fighter pilot
1915 Scott McKay, Pleasantville Iowa, actor (Stage Door)
1915 Wolfgang Schneiderhan, violinist
1916 C Wright Mills, US sociologist (Power Elite) [or Aug 28]
1916 Gerald McArthur, detective
1916 Thora Hird, actress (Nightcomers, Kind of Loving)
1916 Walker Percy, Birmingham Ala, writer (Adventures of a Bad Catholic)
1917 Barry Commoner, Brooklyn NY, biologist (Science & Survival)
1917 Gerald Cash, Gov-Gen (Bahamas)
1917 Marshall Reed, Englewood Calif, actor (Fred Asher-Lineup)
1917 "Papa" John Creach, violinist
1917 Pape John Creech, rocker (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)
1919 Duke of Rutland, British land owner/multimillionaire
1919 Frank Middlemass, actor (Island, Oliver Twist)
1919 John Eldridge, CEO (Matthews Wrightmson)
1922 John Alderson, chief constable (Devon & Cornwall UK)
1923 Gy”rgy Ligeti, Dics”szentmartin Transylvania Hungary composer
1923 Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, India, film star (Patala Bhairavi)
1924 Edward du Cann, CEO (Lonrho)
1924 Lord Rippon, British MP
1924 Reginald Eyre, solicitor/MP
1925 Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Zehlendorf Germany, baritone (Doktor Faust)
1925 Martha Vickers, Ann Arbor MI, actress (Alimony, Man I Love, Ruthless)
1927 Bernhard Lewkovitch, composer
1927 Fran‡ois Nourissier, French writer (Un petit bourgeois)
1927 Gyorgy Ligeti, composer
1927 Norman Ireland, CEO (Bowater)
1927 Robert Evans, CEO (British Gas)
1928 Albert Booth, British government minister
1928 Jacob R Druckman, composer
1929 Leslie Wight, cricketer (one Test WI v India 1953, scored 21)
1929 Patrick McNair-Wilson, MP
1930 Edward Seaga, PM (Jamaica)
1930 Julian Penkivil Slade, composer
1931 Carroll Baker
1931 Carroll Baker
1931 Carroll Baker
1931 Carroll Baker
1931 Carroll Baker
1931 Carroll Baker, Penn, actress (Andy Warhol's Bad, Babydoll, Harlow)
1931 Ervin Junger, composer
1931 Peter Talbot Westergaard, composer
1931 Raymond Miquel, chairman (Scottish Sports Council)
1931 Stephen Birmingham, Hartford, author (Real Lace: America's Irish Rich)
1932 Henning Christiansen, composer
1932 Lord Renton, MP (Conservative)
1932 Timothy Renton, MP
1933 John Karlen, Bkln NY, actor (Harvey Lacey-Cagney & Lacey)
1933 Philip Otton, high court judge
1934 Dionne quintuplets, (Annette, C‚cile, milie, Marie, Yvonne), Canada
1934 Dionne Quintuplets, secluded quintuplets, born Annette, Alive Cecile, Alive Emelie, Dead 1954 Marie, Dead 1970 Yvonne, Alive, First known set of surviving quintuplets, these girls were treated as a side show and lived in a virtual muse
1934 Julian Slade, composer
1934 Rob du Bois, composer
1935 Kenneth Kleinwort, English banker/multi-millionaire
1936 Maki Ishii, composer
1938 Jerry West, W Virginia, NBA superstar (LA Lakers, Olympic-gold-1960)
1938 Prince Buster, Jamaican reggae musician/producer (Madness)
1940 Betty Shabazz, educator/talk show hostess/widow (Malcolm X)
1940 Hans Dulfer, tenor saxophonist/director (Paradiso)
1940 Thomas E Petri, (Rep-R-WI, 1979- )
1941 Beth Howland, Boston Mass, actress (Vera-Alice, Company)
1941 Guntram Vesper, writer
1943 Dennis Riley, composer
1943 Liz Edgar, horse show jumper
1943 Ray Mitchell, governor (Albany Prison, England)
1943 Tony Mansfield, [Anthony Bookbinder], rock drummer (Billy J Kramer)
1944 Gladys Knight
1944 Rudolph Giuliani
1944 Gladys Knight
1944 Rudolph Giuliani
1944 Gladys Knight
1944 Rudolph Giuliani
1944 Gladys Knight
1944 Rudolph Giuliani
1944 Gladys Knight
1944 Rudolph Giuliani
1944 Adriaan T "Ad" Zuiderent, poet/critic (On the Droge)
1944 Billy Vera, musician (& Beaters-At This Moment, Into the Night)
1944 Gladys Knight, Atlanta Ga, singer, leader of Pips (Last Train)
1944 Rudy Giuliani, (Mayor-R/L-NYC, 1994- )
1945 John Fogerty
1945 John Fogerty
1945 John Fogerty
1945 John Fogerty
1945 John Fogerty
1945 Gary Stewart, Latcher County Ky, country singer (She's Actin' Single)
1945 John Fogerty, Berkeley Cal, rock vocals (Creedence Clearwater Revival
1946 Madeleine Le Roux, Wyoming, Broadway actress (Cry Uncle)
1947 Faith Brown, impressionist
1947 Patti Reynolds, Chicago Ill, playmate (Sept, 1965)
1947 Sondra Locke, Shelbyville Tenn, actress (Heart Is a Lonely Hunter)
1948 Bob Shearer, Melbourne VIC, Australasia golfer
1948 Ray Laidlaw, British rock drummer (Jack the Lad)
1949 Shelley Hamlin, San Mateo CA, LPGA golfer (1978 Patty Berg Classic)
1949 Sue Holderness, actress (Marlene-Only Fools & Horses, Sandbaggers)
1953 Arto Lindsay, rocker/actor (Cookie, Desperately Seeking Susan)
1954 George E Mahlberg, Astrophysicist, Mt Palomar/Mt Wilson CA (1974-78)
1954 Joƒo Carlos De Oliveira, Brazil, triple jumper (Oly-bronze-1976, 80)
1956 Germaine Montenesdro, 2nd victim of NYC's Zodiac killer (survives)
1956 Jeff Dujon, cricket wicket-keeper (WI 1981-91, their most successful)
1956 Mark Alexander Lees, rowing Coach
1956 Susie Diane Owens, Arkansas City Kansas, playmate (March, 1988)
1957 Kirk Gibson, Mich, outfield (Tigers, Dodgers, 1988 NL MVP)
1957 Walter R Tucker, (Rep-D-California)
1958 Yvet Anna, painter
1959 Leon "The Bop" Klaasse, rock drummer/singer (The Pilgrims-Red)
1960 Allan Green, cricketeer
1961 Roland Gift, UK, rocker (Fine Young Cannibals-She Drives Me Crazy)
1962 Brandon Cruz, actor (Eddie-Courtship of Eddie's Father)
1963 Eugene Robinson, NFL safety (Seattle Seahawk, GB Packers-Superbowl 31)
1964 Armon Gilliam, NBA forward (Milwaukee Bucks, NJ Nets)
1964 Beth Herr, Middletown Ohio, tennis star
1964 Leisa Sheridan, Omaha NE, playmate (Jul, 1993)
1964 Mark MacKay, Brandon GER, hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)
1965 Catherine Tanvier, France, tennis star
1965 Chantal Bailey, Champaign Ill, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
1965 Christa Miller, NYC, actress (Kate-Drew Carey Show)
1965 Michael Charles Brisky, Brownsville TX, PGA golfer (1995 Buick-2nd)
1966 Gavin Robertson, NSW cricket off-spin all-rounder (Aust ODI-Pak 1994)
1967 Glen Rice, NBA guard/forward (Charlotte Hornets)
1967 Kari Wuhrer, Brookfield Ct, MTV/actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
1967 Tory Epps, NFL defensive tackle (NO Saints)
1968 Char Thompson, WLAF running back (Barcelona Dragons)
1968 Kylie Minogue, Melbourne Australia, rock vocalist (Locomotion)
1968 Sandra Bacher, Long Island NY, half-heavyweight judoka (Oly-92, 96)
1968 Tomas P Pukstys, Chicago Ill, javelin thrower (Olympics-8th-96)
1969 Bob Meeks, WLAF corner (Barcelona Dragons)
1969 Damian Rhodes, St Paul, NHL goalie (Ottawa Senators)
1969 Frank McCormack, Leicester Mass, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1970 Ben Williams, WLAF defensive end (London Monarchs)
1970 David Roberts, Alameda Calif, US hockey forward (Olympics-1994)
1970 Jason Belser, NFL cornerback (Indianapolis Colts)
1970 Morgan Fox, Prince George BC, playmate (Dec, 1990)
1971 Jeff Gove, Seattle WA, Nike golfer (1991 Ralphs Senior Classic)
1971 Nick Bravin, NYC, fencer-foil (Olympics-96)
1972 Cheryl Demkowski, Syracuse NY, dance skater (& Gregory Maddalone)
1972 Denise Booker, Liverpool, golfer (S Australian Jr champ 1990)
1973 Pat Peake, Rochester, NHL center (Washington Capitals)
1973 Todd Sweeris, Grand Rapids Mich, table tennis player (Olympics-96)
1975 Caresa Winters, Miss South Dakota USA (1996)
1975 Mike Fisher, Naperville Ill, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96)
1977 Ashley Ryan Ruiz Offord, Miami Fla, singer (Menudo-Cannonball)
1980 Cheri Wheeler, Miss Georgia Teen USA (1997)

Events


640 Severinus begins his reign as Catholic Pope (elected in 638)
1037 German emperor Koenraad II removes "Constitutio the Feudis"
1156 Battle at Brindisi: King Willem of Sicily beats Byzantine fleet
1349 60 Jews murdered in Breslau Silesia
1358 Daint-Leu at Oise begins French boer uprising
1521 Pope Leo X signs treaty with German emperor Charles V
1533 England's archbishop voids King Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn's marriage
1539 Hernando de Soto lands in Florida
1608 Claudio Monteverdi's "Arianna," premieres in Mantua
1635 Zorilla's "El Desafio de Carlos V," premieres in Madrid
1664 1st Baptist Church organizes (Boston)
1674 German Parliament declares war on France
1731 All Hebrew books in Papal State are confiscated
1741 Spain & Bavaria sign treaty
1742 1st indoor swimming pool opens (Goodman's Fields, London)
1754 George Washington defeats French & indians at Ft Duquesne (Pitts)
1774 1st Continental Congress convenes (Virginia)
1818 1st steam-vessel to sail Great Lakes launched
1830 Congress authorizes Indian removal from all states to western prairie
1845 Fire in Quebec Canada, 1,500 houses destroyed
1849 Princess WFLC Marianne & Albrecht of Prussia separate
1851 Sojourner Truth attends Women's Rights Convention
1858 Dion Boucicault's "Foul Play," premieres in London
1863 1st black regiment (54 Mass) leaves Boston to fight in Civil War
1866 Dutch govt of Zuylen van Nijevelt/Heemskerk forms
1871 Paris communards revolt put down
1875 3rd Preakness: L Hughes aboard Tom Ochiltree wins in 2:43«
1880 8th Preakness: L Hughes aboard Grenada wins in 2:40«
1892 Sierra Club forms by John Muir in SF, for conservation of nature
1894 Belgium Princess Josephine marries Prince Karl von Hohenzollern
1900 Britain annexes Orange Free State (as Orange River Colony)
1900 Fire in Cincinnati nearly destroys Reds' grandstand
1900 Solar eclipse occurs
1901 26th Preakness: Fred Landry aboard The Parader wins in 1:47.2
1901 Laws against phosphor matches enacted (inhibition white phosphorous)
1904 29th Preakness: Eugene Hildebrand aboard Bryn Mawr wins in 1:44.2
1906 Shields/Cobbs musical "His honor, the Mayor," premieres in NYC
1907 Auto-Cycle Union Tourist Trophy, 1st held
1912 Jackie Matthews takes 2 cricket hat-tricks same day Aust v S Africa
1915 John B Gruelle patents Raggedy Ann doll
1918 Tatars declares Azerbaijan, in Russian Caucasus, independent
1919 Armenia declares it's Independence
1923 Attorney General says it is legal for women to wear trousers anywhere
1923 US unemployment has nearly ended
1926 United States Customs Court created by Congress.
1926 United States Customs Court created by Congress.
1926 Military coup by Gen Manuel Gomes da Costa in Portugal
1926 US Customs Court created by congress
1927 Hammond scores his 1,000th cricket run of the season after 22 days
1928 Dodge Brothers Inc & Chrysler Corp merged
1929 1st all color talking picture "On With the Show" exhibited (NYC)
1930 Georges Forbes succeeds Joseph Ward as premier of NZ
1932 Dam closed, at current monument (South Seas)
1934 Bradman gets 160 Aust v Middlesex, 124 mins, 27 fours, 1x6, 1x5
1934 Hobbs scores his 197th & last FC cricket ton at 51 years 163 days
1937 Golden Gate Bridge in SF opens to vehicular traffic
1937 Neville Chamberlain becomes PM of England
1938 Foundation for Tel Aviv harbor laid
1938 Hindemiths opera "Mathis der Maler," premieres in Zrich
1940 Belgium surrenders to Germany, King Leopold III gives himself up
1940 British-French troops capture Narvik Norway
1940 Irving Berlin's musical "Louisiana Purchase," premieres in NYC
1941 1st night game at Wash DC, Griffith stadium (Yanks 6, Senators 5)
1941 British army begins evacuation of Kreta
1941 NY Yankees nip Wash Senators 6-5 in 1st night game at Griffith Stadium
1942 1,800 Czechs murdered by Nazis during attack on Heydrich
1943 British militia reaches Tito
1946 1st night game at Yankee stadium (Senators 2, Yanks 1)
1948 Iraq captures Ge'ulim settlement
1951 After going 0-for-12, Willie Mays connects for his 1st HR
1951 Bernardus J Alfrink appointed bishop's asst of Utrecht
1951 Jerry Colonna Show, debuts on ABC-TV
1951 Willie Mays gets his 1st major league hit, a home run
1953 Premier of 1st animated 3-D cartoon in Technicolor-"Melody"
1955 81st Preakness: Eddie Arcaro aboard Nashua wins in 1:54.6
1955 Bob Sweikert wins Indianapolis 500
1955 Fay Crocker wins LPGA Wolverine Golf Open
1956 Dale Long becomes 1st to hit HRs in 8 straight games
1956 Eisenhower signs farm bill allows govt to store agricultural surplus
1957 NL approves Bkln Dodgers' & NY Giants' move to west coast
1957 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1957 WPSD TV channel 6 in Paducah, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting
1958 French govt of Pflimlin resigns/200,000 demonstrate against De Gaulle
1958 Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Land of Sky Golf Open
1959 Congressional Committee of Astronautics meets Project 7 astronauts
1959 Johnson & Bart's musical "Lock up your daughters," premieres in London
1959 Monkeys Able & Baker zoom 300 mi (500 km) into space on Jupiter missile, became 1st animals retrieved from a space mission
1960 "Greenwillow" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 95 performances
1961 Amnesty Intl founded (Nobel Peace Prize 1977)
1961 Last trip (Paris to Bucharest) on Orient Express (after 78 years)
1961 Record 27 HRs hit in 7 AL games
1962 Suit alleging de facto school segregation filed in Rochester NY
1962 US stock market drops $20.8 B in 1 day
1962 Wide World of Sports with Chris Schenkel premieres on CBS radio
1963 Cyclone hits Chittagong, Bangladesh; about 1 million houses destroyed
1963 Estimated 22,000 die in another cyclone in Bay of Bengal (India)
1963 Jomo Kenyatta becomes 1st PM of Kenya
1964 Dmitri Shostakovitch completes his 9th String quartet
1964 Jawaharlal Nehru cremated in New Dehli
1964 Palestine National Congress forms the PLO in Jerusalem
1964 Unmanned Apollo 2 Saturn test launched into Earth orbit
1965 Fire & explosion at Dhori mine in Dhanbad India kills 400
1966 "Ballad Of Irving" by Frank Gallop hits #34
1966 Dmitri Shostakovitch's 11th String quartet, premieres in Leningrad
1967 Dmitri Shostakovitch completes his 2nd Violin concert
1967 Francis Chichester arrives home at Plymouth from Round-the-world trip
1967 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1968 AL announces it is splitting into 2 divisions
1968 NL grants San Diego Padres a franchise
1968 Senator Eugene McCarthy wins Democrate primary in Oregon
1969 AC Milan wins 14th Europe Cup 1 in Madrid
1971 Paul McCartney releases his 2nd solo album "Ram"
1971 USSR Mars 3 launched, 1st spacecraft to soft land on Mars
1972 White House "plumbers" break into Democratic Natl HQ at Watergate
1973 Chic White Sox beat Cleve Indians, 6-3, in 21 inn (game started 5/26)
1974 "Magic Show" opens at Cort Theater NYC for 1859 performances
1974 26th Emmy Awards: MASH, Alan Alda & Mary Tyler Moore win
1974 Emmy 1st Daytime Award presentation
1974 Italians fascist bomb demonstrators in Brescia, 6 killed
1974 Stephen Schwartz' musical "Magic Show," premieres in NYC
1975 Bayern Mnchen wins 20th Europe Cup 1 in Paris
1975 Soyuz 18 launches
1977 165 killed in a fire at Beverly Hills Supper Club in Kentucky
1978 Al Unser became 5th to win Indianapolis 500, 3 times
1979 European Market accepts Greece as member
1980 2 Oakland A's steal home in 1st inning
1980 Joe Darby does a standing long jump of 12'5"
1980 Nottingham Forrest wins 25th Europe Cup 1 in Madrid
1982 Leonard Maltin's 1st appearance on Entertainment Tonight
1982 Pope John Paul II is 1st pope to visit Great Britain
1983 "Ricky" by Weird Al Yankovic hits #63
1983 Hamburger ZV wins 28th Europe Cup 1 in Athens
1985 David Jacobsen taken hostage in Beirut Lebanon
1985 Discovery moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS 51-G
1986 Democratic Labor Party wins parliamentary election in Barbados
1986 White Sox Joe Cowley sets record striking out 1st 7 Rangers he faces
1987 60th Natl Spelling Bee: Stephanie Petit wins spelling staphylococci
1987 Mathias Rust, 19, W German pilot, makes unauthorized landing in USSR
1987 Monitor, Civil War warship, is discovered by a deep sea robot
1987 Paul Pearman jumps 21 barrels on a skateboard in Augusta
1987 Southern League no-hit record-Bob Milacki pitches 11 1/3 no-hit inn
1987 Stacking of Discovery's SRBs completed
1988 Genie Francis (General Hospital) weds Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek TNG)
1989 Ayako Okamoto wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
1989 Delta Burke (Designing Women) weds Gerald McRaney (Major Dad)
1989 Emerson Fittipaldi wins Indianapolis 500
1990 C‚sar Gaviria Trujillo installed as president of Colombia
1990 Dave Thomas Comedy Show, debuts on CBS-TV
1990 Eugenia Charles' Dom'n Freedom Party wins election in Dominica
1990 Longest wheelie (David Robilliard with 5h12m33s (Channel Islands)
1991 Ethiopian rebels seize Addis Ababa
1992 65th National Spelling Bee: Amanda Goad wins spelling lyceum
1993 200,000 demonstrate against mafia terror
1993 Polish govt of Suchocka falls
1994 "Cafe American," last airs on NBC-TV
1994 Twin's Dave Winfield passes Rod Carew into 15th hit list (3,054)
1995 "Inspector Calls" closes at Royale Theater NYC after 454 performances
1995 Alison Nichols wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
1995 Dottie Mochrie wins J C Penney/LPGA Skins Golf Game
1995 Earthquake hits Russian town of Khabarovsk, killing 2,000 people
1995 Southwestern Florida outside of Tampa begins using new area code 941
1995 White Sox (5) & Tigers (7) combine for record 12 HRs at Tiger Stadium
1997 Bob Dylan hospitalized in England with histoplasmosis
1997 Linda Finch completes Amelia Earhart attempted around-the-world flight
1997 Tornado in Jarrell Texas kills at least 28
1997 Wallace Berg, 42, is 4th American to scale Mt Everest for 3rd time

That's All....

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