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Sunday, June 17, 2018.



Birthdays


1239 Edward I, king of England (1272-1307)
1239 Edward I, King of England (1272-1307)/chased Jews out of England
1239 Edward I, king of England (1272-1307)
1604 Johan Maurits, count of Nassau-Siegen (Maurits House)
1682 Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718)
1703 John Wesley, cofounder of Methodist movement
1703 John B Wesley, England, religion co-founder (Methodists)
1703 John Wesley, cofounder of Methodist movement
1714 Cesar F Cassini, de Thury, French astronomer (geodesic labor)
1725 Joseph Anton Bauer, composer
1742 William Hooper, signer of Declaration of Independence
1742 William Hooper, US attorney (signed Decl of Independence)
1742 William Hooper, signer of Declaration of Independence
1750 Michel Woldemar, composer
1756 Pierre-Joseph Cambon, French member of Committee of Salut Public
1810 F Freiligrath, writer
1811 Jon Sigurdsson, Iceland, leader/collects Icelandic legends
1817 Ivan K A‹vazovski, Russan painter (Harbor Scenes)
1817 Thomas Maley Harris, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1906
1818 Charles Gounod, composer
1818 Charles Francois Gounod, Paris France, opera composer (Faust)
1818 Sophia Frederika Mathilde, queen of Netherlands/wife of William III
1818 Charles Gounod, composer
1823 John Henry Hobart Ward, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1903
1828 Jan K J de Jonge, Dutch historian
1830 Rochard Montgomery Gano, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1913
1832 William Crookes, English chemist/physicist (Crookes-pipe, thallium)
1837 Vincent Strong, civil war fighter, died in 1863
1838 Bankim C Chattopadhyaya, writer (Kapala-Kundala)
1838 Chattopadhyaya/Bankim Chandra, Bengalese writer (Monastery of Delight)
1845 Hendrik P Staal, Dutch banker
1854 J.D. Loriga --1911
1854 J.D. Loriga --1911
1854 J.D. Loriga --1911
1854 J.D. Loriga --1911
1854 J.D. Loriga --1911
1855 Fritz Steinbach, composer
1858 Eben Sumner Draper, (Gov-MA)
1861 Sidney James Jones, composer
1867 John Robert Gregg, Ireland, inventor (shorthand)
1870 George Cormack, the inventor of "Wheaties" cereal.
1870 George Cormack, cereal inventor (Wheaties)
1870 George Cormack, the inventor of "Wheaties" cereal.
1871 James Weldon Johnson, lawyer (1st black admitted to Florida Bar)
1871 Nicolae Iorga, writer/poet/literature historian/pres of Romania
1874 Grant Mitchell, Columbus OH, actor (Man Who Came to Dinner)
1875 Philipp A Kohnstamm, philosopher/theorist (Mensch & World)
1878 Albert Thomas, French socialist politician
1880 Carl Van Fight, US author/critic (Red, Nigger Heaven)
1880 Russell Simpson, actor (Abraham Lincoln)
1882 Igor Stravinsky, has the rite of spring
1882 Igor F Stravinsky, Oranienbaum Russia, composer (Rite of Spring) [NS]
1882 Igor Stravinsky, has the rite of spring
1883 Alexandre Cellier, composer
1884 Christina C Bakker-van Bosse, feminist/pacifist
1888 Bernhard van den Sigtenhorst Meyer, composer
1895 Louise Fazenda, Lafayette IN, actress/com‚dienne (Almost an actress)
1895 Slavko Osterc, composer
1898 M.C. Escher
1898 M.C. Escher --1972
1898 M.C. Escher
1898 M.C. Escher --1972
1898 M.C. Escher
1898 M.C. Escher --1972
1898 M.C. Escher
1898 M.C. Escher --1972
1898 M.C. Escher
1898 Maurits C Escher, Dutch graphic artist
1898 M.C. Escher --1972
1900 Hermann Reuter, composer
1900 Martin Bormann, propoganda minister (Hitler)
1903 W.V.D. Hodge --1975
1903 W.V.D. Hodge --1975
1903 W.V.D. Hodge --1975
1903 W.V.D. Hodge --1975
1903 Michail Swetlow, writer
1903 W.V.D. Hodge --1975
1904 Ralph Bellamy
1904 Ralph Bellamy
1904 Ralph Bellamy
1904 Ralph Bellamy
1904 Ralph Bellamy
1904 Coenraad van Emde Boas, Dutch sexologist
1904 Ralph Bellamy, Chicago, actor (Air Mail, Dive Bomber, Trading Places)
1906 Thomas G Cowling, British mathematician/astronomer
1908 Frank Sully, St Louis MO, actor (Along Came Jones, Phantom Thief)
1908 Jacob "Jimmy" Herman Huizinga, journalist/Writer
1908 John Verrall, composer
1910 Herbert Owen Reed, composer
1910 Red Foley, Blue Lick Ky, country singer (Mr Smith Goes to Washington)
1912 Don Gillis, Cameron Missouri, composer (Symphony #5«)
1912 Wessel Couzijn, sculptor/cartoonist (Auschwitz-monument)
1913 Felix Hartlaub, writer
1914 John Hersey, author (Hiroshima, A Bell for Adano)
1914 John R Hersey, author (Hiroshima, Bell for Adano, Wall)
1914 John Hersey, author (Hiroshima, A Bell for Adano)
1915 Stringbean, [David Akeman], Ky, banjoist/comedian (Hee Haw)
1916 Einar Englund, composer
1916 Victor Dalby Lord, ficticious character on One Life to Live
1917 Dean Martin, Steubenville Ohio, singer/actor (with Jerry Lewis)
1918 Maldwyn Thomas, president (Welsh Liberal Party)
1919 Antonius C "Ton" Lutz, Dutch actor/director (Lucifer)
1919 Galina Ivanova Ustvol'skaya, composer
1919 Kingman Brewster, college president (Yale)
1919 Max Dendermonde, [Henk Hazelhoff], Dutch literary
1920 Beryl Reid, actress (Joseph Andrews, Psychomania, Yellowbeard)
1920 Fran‡ois Jacob, France, biologist/bacteriologist (Nobel 1965)
1920 Patrick Duffy, MP
1922 Herbert Kelsey Jones, composer
1922 Jerry Fielding, Pitts Pa, composer (Lively Ones, Hogan's Heroes)
1922 Paul Schallck, German writer (Don Quixote in Cologne)
1923 Elroy "Crazylegs" Hirsch, AAFC, NFL halfback, end (LA Rams)
1924 Althea T L Simmons, human rights activist/chief lobbyist (NAACP)
1924 Gotthold Gloger, writer
1924 Henk J Hoekstra, president (Dutch Communist Party)
1925 Keith Larsen, Salt Lake City Utah, actor (Hunter, Brave Eagle)
1926 Alan Walters, political economist
1926 Manuel Enriquez, composer
1927 Austin J Murphy, (Rep-D-PA, 1977- )
1927 Lucio Fulci, director
1928 James Brown, Pulaski TN, soul singer (Hot Pants, Living in America)
1929 Michael L Strang, (Rep-R-CO, 1985- )
1929 Tigran Petrosyan, USSR, world chess champion (1963-69)
1930 Brian Statham, cricketer
1930 James Gathers, Sumter SC, 200m runner (Olympic-bronze-1952)
1930 Romuald Twardowski, composer
1932 Derek Ibbotson, 5K runner (Oly-bronze-1956)
1932 John P Murtha, (Rep-D-PA, 1974- )
1933 Christian Ferras, French violinist/conductor
1937 Peter Lupus, actor (Mission Impossible)
1938 Judy Kimball-Simon, LPGA golfer
1939 Dickey Do, [Gerry Granahan], rocker (Dickey Doo & The Dont's)
1939 Donald Anderson, MP (Labour)
1939 Hanna Johansen, writer
1940 Bobby Bell, NFL linebacker (KC Chiefs)
1940 Tony Marlow, MP (Conservative)
1942 Norman Kuhlice, England, rocker (Swinging Blue Jeans-You're No Good)
1943 Newt Gingrich
1943 Newt Gingrich
1943 Newt Gingrich
1943 Newt Gingrich
1943 Newt Gingrich
1943 Christopher Brown, composer
1943 Newt[on] L Gingrich, (Rep-R-G, 1979- /Speaker of House 1995-97)
1944 Bill Rafferty, comedian (Real People, Laugh-in '77)
1944 Chris Spedding, rocker
1945 Art Bell
1945 Art Bell
1945 Art Bell
1945 Art Bell
1945 Art Bell
1945 Eddy Merckx, Belgium, cyclist (5 time winner of Tour de France)
1945 Ken Livingstone, MP (Labour)
1945 Tony Roche, tennis coach
1946 Barry Manilow
1946 Barry Manilow
1946 Barry Manilow
1946 Barry Manilow
1946 Barry Manilow
1946 Barry Manilow, Bkln NY, singer/pianist (Mandy, I Write the Songs)
1946 Marcy Kaptur, (Rep-D-HA, 1983- )
1948 David Concepcion, Venezuela, all star shortstop (Cincinnati Reds)
1948 Rub‚n Blades, Panama, singer/actor (Fatal Beauty, Critical Condition)
1949 Helen Rosenthal, British teacher/health administrator
1950 Cathy Sherk, LPGA golfer
1951 Joe Piscopo
1951 Joe Piscopo
1951 Joe Piscopo
1951 Joe Piscopo
1951 Joe Piscopo
1951 Joe Piscopo, Passaic NJ, comedian (SNL, Miller Lite commercials)
1954 Mark Linn-Baker, St Louis, actor (Larry Appleton-Perfect Strangers)
1956 Nicholas Cook, cricketer
1956 Nick Cook, cricketer (England lefty slow bowler in 15 Tests 1983-89)
1957 Philip Chevron, English pop musician (Pogues-Peace & Love)
1958 Dan McVicar, Independence Mo, actor (Clarke-Bold & Beautiful)
1960 Mitzi Edge, Albany GA, LPGA golfer (1995 SAFECO Classic)
1962 Ed Brady, NFL linebacker (Tampa Bay Bucs)
1963 Greg Kinnear, actor/talk show host (Talk Soup, Sabrina, Later)
1963 Kevin Glover, NFL center (Detroit Lions)
1964 Diane Murphy, actress (Tabitha Stevens-Bewitched)
1964 Erin Murphy, actress (Tabitha Stevens-Bewitched)
1964 Michael Gross, West Germany, swimmer (Olympic-2 world records-1984)
1964 Steve Rhodes, cricketer (England wicket-keeper 1994-95)
1965 Dan Jansen
1965 Dan Jansen
1965 Dan Jansen
1965 Dan Jansen
1965 Dan Jansen
1965 Dan Jansen, West Allis Wisc, speed skater (Oly-gold-1984, 88, 92)
1965 Danny McManus, CFL quarterback (Edmonton Eskimos)
1965 Dermontti Dawson, NFL center (Pitts Steelers)
1965 Gianluca Pozzi, Bari Italy, tennis star (1991 Brisbane)
1965 Kami Cotler, Long Beach Calif, actress (Elizabeth-Waltons)
1965 Mike Magnante, Glendale CA, pitcher (KC Royals)
1965 Ray Seals, NFL defensive end (Pitts Steelers, Carolina Panthers)
1966 Clare Look-Jaeger, Milwaukee Wisconsin, high jumper
1966 Fred Barnett, NFL wide receiver (Phila Eagles)
1967 Keith Sims, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins)
1967 Pearl Sinn, LPGA golfer
1967 Robyn Meagher, Antigonish Nova Scotia, 5k runner (Olympics-96)
1967 Terry Davis, NBA forward/center (Dallas Mavericks, Wash Wizards)
1969 Karen Nystrom, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-Silver-98)
1969 Kevin Thornton, Amarillo, vocalist (Color Me Badd-Want to Sex You Up)
1969 Patric Kjellberg, hockey forward (Team Sweden Oly-1998)
1970 Arnold Ale, WLAF linebacker (Scottish Claymores)
1970 Jason Hanson, NFL kicker (Detroit Lions)
1970 Popeye Jones, NBA center (Toronto Raptors)
1970 Ron "Popeye" Jones, NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks)
1970 Stephane Fiset, Montreal, NHL goalie (Colorado Avalanche)
1971 Tripp Schwenk, US, 100m/200m backstroke (Olympics-silver-96)
1972 Dirk-Jan Derksen, Dutch soccer player (Roda JC)
1972 James McKnight, NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawks)
1975 Frederick Koehler, Queens NY, actor (Chip-Kate & Allie)
1975 Petra Vaarakallio, ice hockey center (Finland, Oly-98)
1977 Andrea Deak, Miss Universe-Hungary (1996)
1977 Bernardo Federico Tomas, Prince of Netherlands
1977 Jason Miller, Silver Springs Md, actor (New Mickey Mouse Club)
1978 Jenny Keim, Cin Ohio, diver (Olympics-9th-96)
1979 Cawey Schau, Seattle Wash, canoist (alt-Olympics-96)
1980 Venus Williams
1980 Venus Williams
1980 Venus Williams
1980 Venus Williams
1980 Venus Williams
1980 Andee Pickens, New Orleans La, gymnast (alt-Olympics-96)
1980 Brittney McConn, Largo Fla, figure skater (1997 Eastern Sr champ)
1980 Venus Williams, Lynwood Calif, tennis star

Events


Republic Day, celebrated in Iceland.
Republic Day, celebrated in Iceland.
653 St Martin I ends his reign as Catholic Pope
656 Ali ibn Abu Talib chosen kalief of Islam
676 Deusdedit III ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1091 Floris II de Vette becomes earl of Holland
1119 Charles the Good becomes earl of Flanders
1291 Akko reconquered after 200 years by French crusaders, & destroyed
1397 Union of Kalmar established between Denmark, Sweden & Norway
1535 English Catholic Cardinal John Fischer state rights
1579 Anti-English uprising in Ireland
1579 Francis Drake entered SF Bay
1579 Sir Francis Drake lands on coast of Calif
1580 Battle at Hardenberg: Spanish troops beat rebels
1583 Brabant: duke of Parma beats French mercenaries
1609 Netherlands, England & France sign 12 year Covenant
1665 Battle at Viciosa: English & Portuguese army beat Spain
1700 Mass orders priest to leave the colony
1734 French troops occupy Philipsburg at Rhine
1745 American colonials capture Louisburg, Cape Breton I from French
1775 Battle of Bunker Hill (actually it was Breed's Hill)
1789 3rd Estate in France declared itself a national assembly
1815 Stephen Decatur conquerors Algerian frigate Mashouda
1824 Bureau of Indian Affairs established
1837 Charles Goodyear obtains his 1st rubber patent
1850 Paddle-wheeler "G P Griffith" burns off Mentor Ohio (206 die)
1855 Heavy French/British bombing of Sebastopol, 2000+ killed
1856 Republican Party opened its first convention in Philadelphia.
1856 Republican Party opened its first convention in Philadelphia.
1856 Republican Party opens its 1st national convention in Philadelphia
1861 Battle of Boonville, MI-Brig General Lyon defeats Confederate forces
1863 Battle at Middleburg Virginia
1863 Battle of Aldie, Confederates fail to drive back Union in Virginia
1863 Naval Engagement at Warsaw Sound GA-USS Weehawken vs CSS Atlanta
1863 Travelers Insurance Co of Hartford chartered (1st accident insurer)
1864 -18] Confederate troops pull back out Solves/lost Mt, Georgia
1864 640m long ponton bridge over James River Virginia finished
1864 General John B Hood replaces General Johnston
1864 Skirmish at Mud Creek/Noyes's (Nose) Creek, Georgia
1876 1st to hit 2 HRs; & score 5 runs in 9 inn NL game (George Hall, A's)
1876 Battle of Rosebud/Battle Where Girl Saved Her Brother
1880 John Ward, Providence, pitches perfect game vs Buffalo
1882 Tornado kills 130 in Iowa
1885 Statue of Liberty arrives in NYC aboard French ship "Isere".
1885 Statue of Liberty arrives in NYC aboard French ship "Isere".
1885 Statue of Liberty arrived in NYC aboard French ship `Isere'
1894 1st US poliomyelitis epidemic breaks out, Rutland, Vermont
1895 US Ship Canal (W 225th St) in the Bronx completed; cutting Marble Hill off from Manhattan
1897 William Frank Powell, NJ educator, named minister to Haiti
1898 US Senate agrees to annex Hawaii
1911 Belgium govt of De Broqueville forms
1915 League to Enforce Peace forms in Philadelphia
1916 1st national congress of Sarekat Islam at Bandoeng Java
1916 US troops under Gen Pershing march into Mexico
1917 British king George V takes the name Windsor
1919 "Barney Google" cartoon strip, by Billy De Beck, premieres
1920 Dutch 2nd Chamber accept Anti-revolution law
1928 Amelia Earhart leaves Nfld to become 1st woman (passenger) to fly Atlantic (as a passenger in a plane piloted by Wilmer Stultz)
1930 Bradman scores 131 in the 1st Test cricket at Trent Bridge
1930 Chuck Klein sets Phillies hitting streak at 26 straight games
1932 Oil tanker Cymbeline explodes in Montreal, Canada
1933 Kansas City Massacre: 1 FBI agent, 4 cops & 1 gangster killed by mob
1937 Marx Brothers' "A Day At The Races" opens in NY
1938 Japan declares war on China
1940 France asks Germany for terms of surrender in WW II
1940 General De Gaulle departs Bordeaux for London
1940 Germany occupiers ration bread in Holland
1940 USSR occupies Estonia
1942 1st WW II American expeditionary force lands in Africa (Gold Coast)
1943 Player-manager Joe Cronin of Red Sox hits two 3-run pinch home runs
1944 Republic of Iceland proclaimed at Thingvallir, Iceland.
1944 Republic of Iceland proclaimed at Thingvallir, Iceland.
1944 -19] French troops under Lattre de Tssigny conquer Elba
1944 Hitler secretly meets with von Rundstedt in Marjival Soissons
1944 Iceland declares independence from Denmark
1944 Republic of Iceland proclaimed at Thingvallir, Iceland
1944 Resistance fighter/poet Col Blake arrives in London
1945 Day of Unity in West Germany (National Day)
1946 SW Bell inaugurates mobile telephone commercial service, St Louis
1947 First around-the-world civil air service leaves New York.
1947 First around-the-world civil air service leaves New York.
1947 1st round-the-world civil air service leaves NYC
1947 Earnest Reuter becomes mayor of Berlin
1947 Pan Am Airways chartered as 1st worldwide passenger airline
1948 Joe Cronin pinch hit HRs in both ends of a doubleheader
1950 1st kidney transplant (Chicago)
1950 Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia & Syria sign security pact
1951 "Flahooley" closes at Broadhurst Theater NYC after 40 performances
1952 2 mine cave-ins at Charleroi, Belgium
1953 Most runs scored in 1 inning (17 by Red Sox)
1953 Riots in East Germany for reunification
1953 Sup Court Justice Wm O Douglas stays executions of spies Julius & Ethel Rosenberg scheduled for next day their 14th anniversary
1954 CIA exile army lands in Guatemala (JF Dulles & United Fruit Co)
1954 Rocky Marciano beats Ezzard Charles in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1954 Televised Senate Army McCarthy hearings ends
1956 Golda Meir begins her term as Israel's foreign minister
1957 "So Rare" by Jimmy Dorsey Orch peaks at #2
1957 Tuskegee boycott begins (Blacks boycotted city stores)
1958 Radio Moscow reports execution of Hungarian ex-premier Imre Nagy
1959 Eamon de Valera elected pres of Ireland
1960 Ted Williams hit his 500th HR
1961 "Billy Barnes People" closes at Royale Theater NYC after 8 perfs
1961 61st US Golf Open: Gene Littler shoots a 281 at Oakland Hills Mich
1961 Russian ballet dancer Rudolph Nureyev defects to west in Frankfurt
1962 62nd US Golf Open: Jack Nicklaus shoots a 283 at Oakmont CC PA
1962 Brazil Beats Czechoslovakia in soccer's 7th World Cup at Santiago
1962 Lou Brock is 2nd to HR into Polo Grounds right-center field bleachers
1962 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Cosmopolitan Golf Open
1963 Supreme Court strikes down Lord's Prayer recitation
1963 Supreme Court strikes down Lord's Prayer recitation
1963 British House of Commons debates Profumo-Christine Keeler affair
1963 Supreme Court rules against Bible reading/prayer in public schools
1965 11.08" (28.14 cm) of rainfall, Holly, Colorado (state 24-hour record)
1965 1st bombing by B-52 (50 km north of Saigon)
1965 Kinks arrive in NYC beginning their 1st US tour
1966 Peter Green joins John Mayall's Bluebreakers
1967 "Somebody To Love" by Jefferson Airplane peaks at #5
1967 1st Chinese hydrogen bomb explodes
1967 Barbra Streisand: A Happening in Central Park performed
1967 China becomes world's 4th thermonuclear (H-bomb) power
1967 Longest doubleheader 9:15 (Tigers & Athletics)
1968 Belgium govt of Eyskens-Merlot forms
1968 KQEC TV channel 32 in SF, CA (PBS) begins broadcasting
1968 Ohio Express' "Yummy Yummy Yummy" goes gold
1969 "Oh! Calcutta!" opens in NYC (almost entirely in the nude)
1970 Edwin Land patents Polaroid camera
1971 US returns control of Okinawa to Japanese
1971 US returns control of Okinawa to Japanese
1972 Democratic HQ at Watergate is burglarized by the Republicans.
1972 Democratic HQ at Watergate is burglarized by the Republicans.
1972 "Long Haired Lover From Liverpool" by Little Jimmy Osmond peaks at #38
1972 5 arrested for burglarizing Democratic Party HQ at Watergate
1972 Chile president Allende forms new government
1972 Looking Glass releases "Brandy"
1973 1st du Maurier Golf Classic (La Canadienne): Jocelyne Bourassa
1973 73rd US Golf Open: Johnny Miller shoots a 279 at Oakmont CC PA
1973 Russian party leader Brezhnev visits US
1975 Voters in Northern Mariana Is approve commonwealth status with US
1976 ABA (Nets, Pacers, Nuggets & Spurs) merges into NBA
1976 Indonesia annexes Portuguese East-Timor
1978 "Cheeseburger In Paradise" by Jimmy Buffett peaks at #32
1978 Ron Guidry sets Yankee record with 18 strike-outs
1979 "Sarava" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 140 performances
1979 79th US Golf Open: Hale Irwin shoots a 284 at Inverness Club in Toledo
1979 Jane Blalock wins LPGA Sarah Coventry Golf Tournament
1980 Led Zeppelin begins their last European tour
1981 Battle between Moslems & Christians in Cairo, 14 killed
1982 Ronald Reagan delivers "evil empire" speech.
1982 Ronald Reagan delivers "evil empire" speech.
1982 Pres Reagan 1st UN Gen Assembly address ("evil empire" speech)
1982 President Galtieri resigns after leading Argentina to defeat
1984 Ayako Okamoto wins LPGA Mayflower Golf Classic
1984 John Turner succeeds Pierre Trudeau as premier of Canada
1985 18th Space Shuttle Mission (51-G)-Discovery 5 launched
1986 Chief Justice Warren Earl Burger resigns Antonin Scalia nominated
1988 Bruce Springsteen separates from Juliette Phillips
1988 Givens' Family reports Mike Tyson beats his wife Robin Givens
1988 Microsoft releases MS DOS 4.0
1988 Soyuz TM-5 launches
1988 Women sentenced to 90 years in 1st product tampering murder case
1989 US beats Guatemala 2-1, in 3rd round of 1990 world soccer cup
1990 "Some Americans Abroad" closes at Vivian Beaumont NYC after 62 perfs
1990 "Zoya's Apartment" closes at Circle in Sq Theater NYC after 45 perfs
1990 90th US Golf Open: Hale Irwin shoots a 280 at Medinah CC in Medinah Il
1990 Chris Johnson wins LPGA Atlantic City Golf Classic
1991 Country entertainer Minnie Pearl suffers a stroke at 78
1991 Pres Zachary Taylors body is exhumed to test how he died
1991 South Africa abolishes last of its apartheid laws
1992 Conn Gov Lowell Weicker & WFAN DJ Don Imus change places for 1 day
1992 Phila 76ers trade Charles Barkley to Phoenix Suns
1992 Slaughtering by Inkhata-followers at Boipatong, S Africa, kills 42
1993 Indians' Carlos Baerga hits 3 home runs against Detroit
1994 1994 World Cup soccer match begin, Germany vs Bolivia in Chicago
1994 OJ Simpson doesn't turn himself in on murder charges, LA cops chase his Ford Bronco for 1« hours, eventually gives up (seen live on TV)
1995 "Who's Tommy" closes at St James Theater NYC after 899 performances
1996 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Syracuse NY on WAQX 95.7 FM
1997 NHL announces it will add Nashville in 1998, Atlanta in 1999 & Minneapolis-St Paul & Columbus, Ohio in 2000

That's All....

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