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Wednesday, June 13, 2018.



Birthdays


40 Gnaeus Julius Agricola, Roman general; conquered Wales, No England
823 Charles II (the Bald), king of France (843-77), emperor (875-77)
823 Charles II, the Bald, King of France (843-77)/emperor (875-77)
823 Charles II (the Bald), king of France (843-77), emperor (875-77)
1539 Jost/Jobst/Jodocus Amman, Swiss cartoonist/graphic artist/illustrator
1592 Tobias Michael, composer
1612 Karel van Croij, prince of Chimay/Duke of Aarschot
1627 Fidel Molitor, composer
1701 Angelo Antonio Caroli, composer
1736 Henryk Klein, composer
1752 Fanny Burney, England, author (Camille, Evelina)
1757 Christian Ludwig Dieter, composer
1761 Anton Wranitzky, composer
1763 Jos‚ B de Andrada e Silva, premier of Brazil
1765 Anton Eberl, composer
1773 Thomas Young, British philologist/physician (light interference)
1775 Antoni Henryk Radziwill, composer
1786 Winfield Scott, American army general, presidential candidate
1786 Winfield Scott, army general (Union)/presidential candidate
1786 Winfield Scott, American army general, presidential candidate
1790 Jos‚ Antonio P ez, president of Venezuela
1795 Thomas Arnold, English educator/historian (History of Rome)
1806 Bernard ter Haar, Dutch vicar/poet/church historian
1809 George Philip St Cooke, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1895
1820 WF Hendrik, the Navigator, prince of the Netherlands/admiral
1821 Albert, duc de Broglie, France, premier (1873-74, 1977)
1821 Navy Gustavus Vasa Fox, Asst Secy (Union), died in 1883
1823 Gustave Paul Cluseret, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1900
1824 Julius Eichberg, composer
1825 Benjamin Jefferson Hill, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1880
1829 Antonio Zamara, composer
1831 James Clerk Maxwell, physicist, formulated electromagnetic theory
1831 James Clerk Maxwell, Scotish physicist (electromagnetic theory)
1831 James Clerk Maxwell, physicist, formulated electromagnetic theory
1854 Charles Algernon Parsons, British inventor (steam turbine)
1863 Josef Venantius von Woss, composer
1864 Johan R Kjell‚n, Swedish sociologist
1865 William Butler Yeats, Irish poet (Wild Swans at Coole)(Nobel 1923
1865 William Butler Yeats, Ireland, poet (Wild Swans at Coole-Nobel 1923)
1865 William Butler Yeats, Irish poet (Wild Swans at Coole)(Nobel 1923
1866 Lambertus Zijl, sculptor (Trade scholarship)
1869 Ede Poldini, composer
1871 E. Steinitz --1928
1871 E. Steinitz --1928
1871 E. Steinitz --1928
1871 E. Steinitz --1928
1871 E. Steinitz --1928
1874 Leopoldo Lugones, Argentina, writer
1875 Max d' Ollone, composer
1879 George Gunn, cricketer (elegant English batsman 1907-30)
1879 Johannes G Geelkerken, Dutch reformed vicar
1881 Lois Weber, 1st US woman film director (What Do Men Want?)
1887 Bruno Frank, writer
1888 Fernando A Nogueira de Seabra Pessoa, Portuguese poet
1891 Nell Craig, NJ, actress (Calling Dr Kildare, Queen of Sheba)
1892 Basil Rathbone, Johannesburg S Africa, actor (Sherlock Holmes)
1893 Dorothy Leigh Sayers, England, novelist (9 Taylors)
1894 Isaak E Babel, Russian writer (Konarmija, Marija) [or Jul 13]
1894 Jacques-Henri Lartigue, France, photographer
1894 Mark van Doren, Ill, author (Happy Critic, Transients)
1897 Paavo Johannes Nurmi, Finland, 5K runner (Olympic-gold-1920/24/28)
1898 Eva J C Beck, actress (Resurrection)
1899 Carlos Ch vez, Mexico City, conductor/composer (Sinfon”a India)
1900 Ian Hunter, Capetown S Afr, actor (Dr Blood's Coffin, White Unicorn)
1901 Lode Zielens, Flemish author/journalist (Obscure Blood)
1901 Tage F Erlander, Swedish premier (1946-69)
1903 Harold "Red" Grange, the "Galloping Ghost" of football.
1903 Harold "Red" Grange, "Galloping Ghost" of football (Illinois Bears)
1903 Philipp Kutev, composer
1903 Harold "Red" Grange, the "Galloping Ghost" of football.
1905 Doc Cheatham, jazz musician
1905 Kumar Shri Duleepsinhji, cricketer (England 1929-31)
1911 Albert Cleage, famous African
1911 Luis W Alvarez, physicist (Nobel-1968) [or Jan 17]
1912 Mary Wickes, St Louis Mo, actress (Dennis the Menace, Julia, Doc)
1913 Ralph Edwards
1913 Ralph Edwards
1913 Ralph Edwards
1913 Ralph Edwards
1913 Ralph Edwards
1913 Ralph Edwards, Merino Colo, TV host (This is Your Life)
1915 J Donald Budge, US tennis player (1st to hold world's 4 major titles)
1916 Mary Wickes, character actress (Sister Act)
1918 Ben Johnson, Foraker Okla, actor (Chisum, Battle Force, Dillinger)
1919 Leif Kayser, composer
1920 Eiji Okada, actor (Traffic Jam, Yakuza, Ugly American)
1920 Knut Nordahl, Sweden, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1948)
1924 Percy Rodrigues, Montreal Quebec, actor (Brainwaves)
1925 Hans Fellner, bookseller
1926 Paul Lynde
1926 Paul Lynde
1926 Paul Lynde
1926 Paul Lynde
1926 Paul Lynde
1926 Geoffrey Finsberg, politician
1926 Paul Lynde, Mt Vernon Ohio, comedian (Uncle Arthur-Bewitched)
1927 Knut Wiggen, composer
1928 Jean Villain, writer
1931 Lachlan Macleay, USAF/pilot
1933 Bob Litty, US
1935 Christo, artist
1935 Aleksandr Alekseyevich Kiselyov, Russia, cosmonaut
1935 Christo [Javacheff], Bulgaria, artist, wrapper (Running Fence)
1935 Christo, artist
1937 Eleanor Holmes Norton, Wash DC, lawyer/(Rep-D-DC)
1938 Carole Jo Callison, LPGA golfer
1938 Gwynne Howell, British opera singer
1938 Peter Michael, English electronic manufacturer (UEI, Paintbox)
1939 Don "Sugarcane" Harris, rocker/actor (Soup for 1, Greeased Lightning)
1940 Bobby Freeman, SF, rocker (Do You Want to Dance)
1941 Robert Forester, Rochester NY, actor (Banyon, Nakia)
1941 Tom Hallick, Buffalo NY, actor (Search)
1942 James Carr, US, gospel singer (To Love Somebody)
1943 Malcolm McDowell
1943 Malcolm McDowell
1943 Malcolm McDowell
1943 Malcolm McDowell
1943 Malcolm McDowell
1943 Edward Skorek, Poland, volleyball player (Olympic-gold-1976)
1943 Malcolm McDowell, Leeds England, actor (Clockwork Orange, Caligula)
1944 Joe Amato, NHRA top fuel drag racing champion (1991)
1945 Ronald J Grabe, NYC, Col USAF/astronaut (STS 51-J, 30, 42, 57)
1946 Danny Klein, rocker
1947 Daniel P A "Danie" Schutte, S African underminister of Justice
1947 Jerrold Nadler, (Rep-D-NY)
1947 Peter Holm, boyfriend of Joan Collins
1949 Dennis Locorriere, Union City NJ, rock guitarist (Dr Hook)
1949 Simon Callow, London England, actor (Good Father)
1951 Richard Thomas
1951 Richard Thomas
1951 Richard Thomas
1951 Richard Thomas
1951 Richard Thomas
1951 Jonathan Hogan, Chicago IL, actor (House on Carroll St)
1951 Liz Phillips, composer
1951 Richard Thomas, NYC, (John Boy-Waltons, Last Summer, Johnny Belinda)
1951 Stellan Skarsgard, Swedish actor (Breaking the Waves)
1953 Tim Allen
1953 Tim Allen
1953 Tim Allen
1953 Tim Allen
1953 Tim Allen
1953 Bo Donaldson (Billy Don't Be a Hero)
1953 Tim Allen, Denver Colo, comedian (Tim-Home Improvement, Jungle2Jungle)
1954 Bo [Robert] Donaldson, rock vocalist (Billy Don't Be a Hero)
1954 Daniel Seemiller, Pitts, US Olympic table tennis player (Olympic-92)
1954 Jorge Santana, rocker (Malo)
1962 Ally Sheedy
1962 Ally Sheedy
1962 Ally Sheedy
1962 Ally Sheedy
1962 Ally Sheedy
1962 Hannah Storm, sports journalist (CNN, NBC)
1962 Karen Kurreck, Urbana Ill, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1962 Mark Frankel, actor (Leon the Pig Farmer)
1963 Bettina Bunge, Switz, tennis player (Virginia Slims of Calif 1983)
1963 Catarina Lindqvist, Sweden, tennis player (Swedish Open 1986)
1963 Edward Sturing, soccer player (Vitesse)
1963 Jeff Brehaut, Mountain View CA, Nike golfer (1994 NIKE Alabama-3rd)
1963 Josef Heiss, Garmisch GER, hockey goaltender (Team Germany 1998)
1963 Randy Gilhen, Zweibrucken Ger, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)
1964 Jennifer Gillom, WNBA center/forward (Phoenix Mercury/Oly-gold-1988)
1964 Sarunas Marciulionis, NBA guard (Sacramento Kings)
1965 Maninder Singh, cricketer (Indian leftarm spinner in 35 Tests 1982-93)
1966 Thyme Lewis, SF Calif, actor (Jonah-Days of our Lives)
1967 Darren Baker, Chambersburg Pa, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1968 Bruce Beaton, CFL corner (Montreal Alouettes)
1968 Deniece Peterson, rocker (5 Star-Silk & Steel)
1969 Jamie Walters
1969 Jamie Walters
1969 Jamie Walters
1969 Jamie Walters
1969 Jamie Walters
1969 Jamie Walters, actor/singer (Heights, Beverly Hills 90210, Shout)
1969 Robert Harris, NFL defensive end (NY Giants)
1970 Chris Cairns, cricketer (son of Lance, NZ all-rounder)
1970 Lance Ringnald, Des Moines Iowa, US gymnist (Olympic-92)
1970 Shaun Young, cricketer (Tasmanian all-rounder, Young Aust 1995)
1971 Broderick nonuplets, Sydney Australia (7 of 9 survived infancy)
1971 David Mendenhall, actor (Over the Top, Space Raiders, Witchfire)
1971 Lauri Marie Gapp, Miss USA-North Dakota (1997)
1972 Sale Isaia, OL (Baltimore Ravens)
1973 Ines Gorrochategui, Cordoba Arg, tennis star (1991 Futures-Brindisi)
1973 Kano Hills, tackle (New Orleans Saints)
1973 Sam Adams, NFL defensive tackle (Seattle Seahawks)
1974 Elli Overton, Canada, Australian swimmer (Olympics-5th-92, 96)
1974 Harvey Esajas, Suriname/Dutch soccer player (Feyenoord)
1974 Valeri Bure, Moscow Rus, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens, Oly-S-98)
1975 Dave Roche, Lindsay, NHL left wing (Pitts Penguins)
1977 Alexei Kariozhny, NHL forward (Team Belarus, Oly-98)
1978 Allison Dickey, Miss Iowa Teen USA (1996)
1986 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
1986 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
1986 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
1986 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
1986 Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
1986 Ashley Fuller Olsen, twin actress (Michelle-Full House)
1986 Mary Kate Olsen, twin actress (Michelle-Full House)
1992 Tyler Davison, was world's smallest baby at 6 inches, 11 ounces

Events


The National Asparagus Festival
The National Asparagus Festival
1325 Sheik Ibn Battuta begins 1st world trip, Tangiers to Mecca
1373 Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of Alliance (world's oldest) is signed
1373 Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of Alliance (world's oldest) is signed
1373 Anglo-Portuguese Treaty of Alliance (world's oldest) signed in London
1392 Assassination attempt on Pierre de Craon Van Clisson of France, fails
1547 King Ferdinand of Austria subjects himself on Turkish sultan Suleiman
1611 John Fabricius dedicates the earliest sunspot publication.
1611 John Fabricius dedicates the earliest sunspot publication.
1611 John Fabricius dedicates earliest sunspot publication
1625 English king Charles I marries French princess Henriette
1633 Charter for Maryland is given to Lord Cecil Baltimore
1655 Adriana Nooseman-van de Bergh is 1st actress in Amsterdam theater
1665 Sea battle at Lowestoft: English fleet beats Dutch
1707 Hungary declares itself independent under Ferenc R k¢czi II
1721 England signs Treaty of Madrid
1727 Spain underwrites Preliminairy of Paris
1753 Austria, England & Modena sign secret military treaty
1774 Rhode Island becomes 1st colony to prohibit importation of slaves
1777 Leonard Norcross patents a submarine diving suit
1777 Marquis de Lafayette lands in US
1789 Mrs Alexander Hamilton serves ice cream for dessert to Washington
1792 King Louis XVI fires French government
1798 Mission San Luis Rey de Francia founded in California
1825 Walter Hunt patents safety pin
1828 Sim¢n Bol”var proclaimed dictator
1837 1st Mormon missionaries to British Isles leave Kirtland, Ohio
1855 Opera "Les Vˆpres Sicilenne" is produced (Paris)
1863 Battle of Winchester VA
1863 Samuel Butler publishes 1st part of "Erewhon," Christchurch, NZ
1863 Skirmish at Berryville Virginia
1865 Pres Johnson proclaims reconstruction confederate states
1866 House passes 14th Amendment (Civil rights for blacks)
1868 Oscar J Dunn (a black) is elected Lt Governor of Louisiana
1871 Hurricane kills 300 in Labrador
1874 8th Belmont: G Barbee aboard Saxon wins in 2:39«
1878 Congress of Berlin meets to divide African colonization
1886 Fire destroys nearly 1,000 buildings in Vancouver, BC
1888 Congress creates Department of Labor
1889 2' of snow accumulates in Rawlins Wyoming
1889 23rd Belmont: W Hayward aboard Eric wins in 2:47¬
1890 Eagle Ave in the Bronx is cut out & named
1895 mile Levassor wins 1st Paris-Bordeaux-Paris auto race (24 kph)
1898 Yukon Territory of Canada organized, Dawson chosen as capital.
1898 Yukon Territory of Canada organized, Dawson chosen as capital.
1898 Yukon Territory of Canada organized, Dawson chosen as capital
1900 China's Boxer Rebellion begins, against foreigners and Christians
1900 China's Boxer Rebellion begins, against foreigners and Christians
1900 China's Boxer Rebellion against foreigners & Christians
1902 Prussian Upper house gives 350 million marks to Poland
1905 NY Giant Christy Mathewson 2nd no-hitter, beats Chic Cubs, 1-0
1907 Lowest temp ever in 48 US states for June, 2ųF in Tamarack Calif
1908 Tommy Burns KOs Bill Squires in 8 for heavyweight boxing title
1910 Pilot Charles Hamilton makes 1st 1-day round-trip from NY to Phila
1910 William D Crum, a SC physician, appointed minister to Liberia
1912 Capt Albert Berry made the 1st parachute jump from an airplane
1912 NY Giant Christy Mathewson wins his 300th game
1913 45th Belmont: Roscoe Troxler aboard Prince Eugene wins in 2:18
1913 Yanks win 13th game of year after losing 36 games
1914 28th US Womens Tennis: Mary K Browne beats Marie Wagner (62 16 61)
1917 Germany bombs London
1918 Phillies & Cards tie 8-8 in 19 innings
1920 Post Office says children could not be sent by parcel post
1921 Yanks' pitcher Babe Ruth hits 2 HRs beating Tigers 11-8
1922 Longest attack of hiccups begins Charlie Osborne, 98 hiccupped over 435 million times before it stops, He dies 11 months after it stops
1924 Bene Berak Palestine founded
1924 Gaston Doumergue elected as 1st protestant French premier
1924 Yanks win by forfeit over Tigers, their 3rd forfeit win
1925 57th Belmont: Albert Johnson aboard American Flag wins in 2:16.8
1927 Ticker-tape parade welcomed Charles A Lindbergh to NYC
1930 1st Nudist Colony opens
1930 22 people killed by hailstones in Siatista Greece
1931 63rd Belmont: Charley Kurtsinger aboard Twenty Grand wins in 2:29.6
1932 Air force's Marmaduke Brutal becomes leader of revolutionary junta
1932 Great Britain & France sign peace treaty
1933 1st sodium vapor lamps installed (Schenectady NY)
1933 Federal Home Owners Loan Corporation authorized
1933 German Secret State Police (Gestapo) established
1935 Hammond scores his 100th hundred, 116 for Gloucs v Somerset
1935 James J Braddock beats Max Baer in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1936 2nd Belgian govt of Van Zealand forms
1937 Joe DiMaggio hits 3 consecutive HRs against St Louis Browns
1937 Stalin executes Rus officers Tuchachevski, Jakir, Putna & Uberevitch
1938 Great Cricket innings of 232 by Stan McCabe v England at Trent Bridge
1938 Jews injured & property destroyed in Przemyal Poland
1940 Paris evacuates before German advance
1942 1st V-2 rocket launch, Peenemnde, Germany; reached 1.3 km
1942 FDR creates Office of War with Elmer Davis as head
1942 Germany puts 4 saboteurs on Long Island
1942 OSS, Office of Strategic Services, form
1944 German counter attack on Villers-Bocage Normandy
1944 Nazi Germany begins V-1 (Fieseler Fi-103) buzz-bomb attacks
1945 Heerjansdam soccer team forms
1945 Orokoe peninsula Okinawa captured, with 6,000 dead
1946 1st transcontinental round-trip flight in 1-day, California-Maryland
1946 King Umberto II of Italy abdicates
1947 1st night game at Fenway Park (Red Sox 5, White Sox 3)
1948 Babe Ruth's final farewell at Yankee Stadium, he dies Aug 16th
1950 South African parliament accept "Groups Area Act"
1951 UN arm forces reach Pyongyang Korea
1952 Soviet fighters shoot Swedish Dakota down over East Sea, kills 8
1953 53rd US Golf Open: Ben Hogan shoots a 283 at Oakmont CC in Oakmont PA
1953 85th Belmont: Eric Guerin aboard Native Dancer wins in 2:28.6
1953 Alec Bedser takes 14-99 (7-55 & 7-44) v Australia
1953 Jim Peters runs world record marathon (2:18:40.2)
1953 KOAA TV channel 5 in Pueblo-Colorado Spgs, CO (NBC) 1st broadcast
1954 Cornerstone of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, laid in Bronx
1955 Mercedes racing car kills 77 at Le Mans France
1956 "Shangri-La" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 21 performances
1956 After 72 years, Britain gives up Suez Canal to Egyptian control
1956 Parliamentary election: Dutch Democrates 50/KVP 49
1956 Real Madrid wins 1st Europe Cup
1957 Mayflower II from Plymouth, England, reaches Plymouth Mass
1957 Ted Williams becomes 1st ALer to have 2, 3-HR games in a season
1958 Frank Zappa graduates from Antelope Valley High School in Lancaster Ca
1959 "Sammy Kaye Show," last airs on ABC-TV
1959 59th US Golf Open: Billy Casper shoots a 282 at Winged Foot GC NY
1959 91st Belmont: Bill Shoemaker aboard Sword Dancer wins in 2:28.6
1960 "Alley-Oop" by Dyna-Sores peaks at #59
1960 Prince Norodom Sihanoek becomes head of Cambodia
1961 "Billy Barnes People" opens at Royale Theater NYC for 8 performances
1962 "Bob Newhart Show," last airs on NBC-TV
1962 Norway named ombudsman
1963 Valentina Tereshkova aboard Vostok 6, becomes the first woman in space. You've come a long way, baby.
1963 Valentina Tereshkova aboard Vostok 6, becomes the first woman in space. You've come a long way, baby.
1963 Vostok 6 launched, pilot is 1st woman cosmonaut
1964 Basil Heatley runs world record marathon (2:13:55)
1965 19th Tony Awards: Subject Was Roses & Fiddler on the Roof win
1965 Susie Maxwell wins LPGA Western Golf Open
1966 Supreme Court's Miranda decision; suspect must be informed of rights
1967 "You Only Live Twice" premieres in US
1967 Thurgood Marshall nominated as 1st black Supreme Court justice
1969 Mick Taylor leaves John Mayall Band & joins Rolling Stones
1970 "In The Summertime" by Mungo Jerry hit #1 in UK
1970 Beatles' "Let It Be," album goes #1 & stays #1 for 4 weeks
1970 Beatles' "Long & Winding Road," single goes #1 & stays #1 for 2 weeks
1971 17th LPGA Championship won by Kathy Whitworth
1971 NY Times began publishing "Pentagon Papers"
1973 Garvey, Lopes, Cey & Russell play together for 1st time, set record of staying together as an infield for 8« years (LA Dodgers)
1974 Henry Aaron addresses House of Representatives
1976 4th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Donna Caponi
1976 Bob Marley performs in Amsterdam
1976 Inge Helten runs female European record 100m (11.04)
1977 Convicted Martin Luther King assassin James Earl Ray recaptured
1979 "Madwoman of Central Park West" opens at 22 Steps NYC for 86 perfs
1979 Sioux nation receives $100 million in compensation for Black Hills SD
1980 Billy Joel's "Glass Houses" hits #1
1980 Deborah Harry/Meat Loaf film, "Roadie," premieres
1980 Paul McCartney releases "Waterfall"
1980 Rep John Jenrette Jr (D-SC) indicted in "Abscam" investigation
1980 UN Security Council calls for South Africa to free Nelson Mandela
1981 39 Unification church couples wed in Germany
1981 Teenager fires 6 blanks at Queen Elizabeth II
1981 Tom Snyder interviews Charles Manson on "Tomorrow"
1982 28th LPGA Championship won by Jan Stephenson
1982 Fahd becomes king of Saudi Arabia when King Khalid dies at 69
1983 Pioneer 10 is first man-made object to leave the Solar System.
1983 Pioneer 10 is first man-made object to leave the Solar System.
1983 Pioneer 10 is 1st man-made object to leave Solar System
1986 Pres Reagan criticizes South African state of emergency
1986 Steve Garvey 1st ejection from a game, after Atlanta's triple-play
1987 Daniel Buettner, Bret Anderson, Martin Engel & Anne Knabe complete cycling journey of 15,266 mi from Prudhoe Bay, Alaska to Argentina
1988 45th time opposing pitchers hit HRS, Mark Davis (Padres)/Mike Krukow
1988 Boston Red Sox are 10 games back in AL, & go on to win AL East
1988 Fed jury finds Liggett liable in death of NJ woman of lung cancer
1988 George Harrison releases "This is Love"
1988 US Supreme Court refuses to hear Yonkers argument they aren't racist
1989 43rd NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons sweeps LA Lakers in 4 games
1989 Houston's Terry Puhl plays in his 1,403rd game (most by a Canadian)
1989 Jerry Lee Lewis gets a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
1990 "Les Miserables," opens at S Alberta Jubilee Centre, Calgary
1990 Boeing 767 sets nonstop commercial flight, Seattle to Narobi Kenya
1990 Nelson & Winnie Mandela welcomed in NYC
1990 Wash DC mayor Marion Barry announces he will not seek a 4th term,
1991 A spectator is killed by lightning at US Open Golf tournament
1991 NHL owners present contract to players (leads to Apr 1, 1992 strike)
1991 The National, 1st all-sports daily newspaper, ceases publication
1993 "Someone Who'll Watch Over Me" closes at Booth NYC after 232 perfs
1993 39th Mazda LPGA Championship won by Patty Sheehan
1993 Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani re-elected president of Iran
1993 YokoZuna beats Hulk Hogan to become WWF champ
1994 Chicago Cub 2nd baseman Ryne Sandberg, retires due to poor play, he forfeits $15.7 million of his $25 million contract
1994 Don Mattingly plays 1st base 1,469 game for Yankees (2nd most)
1995 Indians' Dennis Martinez no-hits Balt 11-0
1995 NJ Devils beat Phila Flyers, to go to their 1st Stanley Cup finals
1996 Freeman in Montana give up to FBI after 81 days
1997 51st NBA Championship: Chic Bulls beat Utah Jazz 4, games to 2
1997 Jurors in Okla City bombing trial sentence Timothy McVeigh to death
1997 Red Wings Vladimir Konstantinov & Slava Fetisov hurt in car crash

That's All....

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