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Monday, June 18, 2018.



Birthdays


1511 Bartolommeo Ammanati, Italian sculptor/architect
1511 Ponte Santa Trinita, Florence
1581 Thomas Overbury, poet (baptized)
1681 Feofan Prokopovich, theologian, archbishop of Novgorod, westernizer
1716 Joseph M Vien, French (court)painter
1723 Giuseppe Scarlotti, composer
1740 Karel van Poucke, Flemish sculptor
1744 Augustin Holler, composer
1757 Ignaz Joseph Pleyel, composer
1758 Pieter PJQ Ondaatje, Ceylon/Dutch jurist/patriot
1780 Michael Henkel, composer
1794 George Grote, British historian
1799 William Lassell, discoverer of satellites of Uranus and Neptune
1799 Prosper M‚niŠre, French ear doctor (M‚niŠre Syndrome)
1799 William Lassell, discoverer (satellites of Uranus & Neptune)
1799 William Lassell, discoverer of satellites of Uranus and Neptune
1809 Sylvanus William Godon, Commander (Union Navy), died in 1879
1812 Ivan Goncharov, Russia, novelist/travel writer (Oblomov)
1813 Pavel Annenkov, Rus literature historian (Zametsjatelnoje desjatileti)
1820 Martin Andreas Udbye, composer
1822 Henry David Leslie, composer
1824 Johannes Heykamp, Catholic archbishop of Utrecht
1839 William Henry Seward Jr, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1920
1850 Richard Heuberger, composer
1854 Edward Wyllis Scripps, publisher/journalist
1857 Henry Clay Folger Jr, US, businessman/Shakespeare fan
1858 Hans Schardt, Swiss geologist
1860 Hugo Loudon, CEO (Royal Dutch Oil [Shell])
1861 Jos‚ FdT Coelho, Portuguese writer (Os Meus Amores)
1868 MiklĒs Horthy von Nagybanya, Hungarian admiral/regent (1910-44)
1877 James Montgomery Flagg, illustrator, best known for his "I want you" Uncle Sam recruiting poster.
1877 James Montgomery Flagg, illustrator ("I want you" Uncle Sam)
1877 James Montgomery Flagg, illustrator, best known for his "I want you" Uncle Sam recruiting poster.
1881 Eduard C "Edo" Fimmen, Dutch labor leader
1882 Georgi Dimitrov, Bulgaria premier (1946-49) [or 6/28]
1884 C.E. Weatherburn --1974
1884 C.E. Weatherburn --1974
1884 C.E. Weatherburn --1974
1884 C.E. Weatherburn --1974
1884 Edouard Daladier, premier France (1933..40)
1884 C.E. Weatherburn --1974
1886 George Mallory, England, mountain climber ("because it is there")
1887 Blanche Yurka, St Paul MN, actress (Taxi, Tale of 2 Cities)
1888 Margarita Xirgu, Barcelona Spain, actress (Bloody Wedding)
1888 S S Van Dine, [William Huntingdon Wright], author (Canary Murder Case)
1889 Paul Joostens, Flemish painter
1891 Hans Ruin, Finnish Swedish-language historian
1892 Edward Steuermann, composer
1896 Blanche Sweet, Chicago, actress (Home Sweet Home, Avenging Conscience)
1896 Cota Ramaswami, cricketer (Davis Cup for India 1922, Test 1936)
1896 Philip Barry, US, dramatist (Philadelphia Story)
1898 Carleton Percy Hobbs, Farnborough England
1898 M C Escher, Dutch graphic artist
1899 James Ralph Darling, teacher
1901 Jeanette MacDonald, singer/actress, (Indian Love Call, New Moon).
1901 Jeanette MacDonald, Phila, actress/singer (When I'm Calling You)
1901 Jimmy Dale, Bronx NYC, orch leader (Sonny & Cher)
1901 Llewellyn Rees, British theater actor (Invisible Creature)
1901 Jeanette MacDonald, singer/actress, (Indian Love Call, New Moon).
1902 Henry Wadsworth, Maysville KY, actor (Applause, Fast & Loose)
1903 Raymond Radiguet, French journalist/writer (Le diable ouch corps)
1904 Keye Luke, Canton China, actor (Across the Pacific, Yangtse Incident)
1904 Manuel Rosenthal, Paris France, composer (Bootleggers)
1905 Eduard Tubin, composer
1905 John Gardener, boatbuilder/writer
1906 Kay Kyser, Rocky Mount NC, orch leader (Kay Kyser's Kollege)
1907 Benny Payne, Phila, pianist (Billy Daniels Show)
1907 Froelich Rainey, Wisc, quiz moderator (What in the World)
1908 Bud Collyer
1908 Bud Collyer
1908 Bud Collyer
1908 Bud Collyer
1908 Bud Collyer
1908 Bud Collyer, NYC, TV emcee (Beat the Clock, To Tell the Truth)
1908 Maria E Vieira da Silva, Portuguese painter (Infinite Passage)
1910 E.G. Marshall
1910 E.G. Marshall
1910 E.G. Marshall
1910 E.G. Marshall
1910 E.G. Marshall
1910 Avon Long, Balt Md, actor (Roots: Next Generation)
1910 Dick Foran, Flemington NJ, actor (OK Crackerby)
1910 E G Marshall, Owatonna Minn, actor (Playhouse 90, Chicago Hope)
1910 Ray McKinley, Ft Worth Tx, orch leader/drummer (Glenn Miller Time)
1912 Glen Morris, MO, Olympic champion/actor (Tarzan)
1912 Henry Brandon, Berlin Germany, actor (Drums of Fu Manchu)
1913 Sammy Cahn, lyricist (3 Coins in a Fountain)
1913 Sylvia Porter, financial writer (Sylvia Porter's Money Book)
1914 Billy Wade, cricket wicket-keeper (S African in 11 Tests 1938-50)
1915 Arthur Fagg, cricketer (dual double-centuries in a game for Kent 1938)
1915 Red Adair, oilman (fought oil fires in Kuwait)
1915 Victor Legley, composer
1916 John Young, actor/TV panelist (Masquerade Party)
1917 Akhmet Jevdet Ismail Hajiyev, composer
1917 Richard Boone, LA Calif, actor (Paladin-Have Gun Will Travel)
1918 Bob Carroll, singer/actor (Stage Two Revue, Stranger)
1919 Edward Leadbitter, politician
1919 Edwin Clarke, historian/neurologist
1919 Mel Brandt, Bkln NY, actor (Faraway Hill)
1919 Ted Leadbitter, British MP (Lab)
1920 Aster Berkhof, [Louis Van de Bergh], Flemish writer (Furious Christ)
1920 Ian Carmichael, Hull England, actor (Lucky Jim, I'm Alright Jack)
1922 Donald L Keene, NYC, Japanese translator/critic
1923 Herman Krebbers, Dutch violist/concert master
1924 George Mikan, NBA center (6-time all-pro)
1924 Liesbeth den Uyl-van Vessem, feminist/wife of Joop den Uyl
1925 Herman "Ace" Wallace, blues guitarist/singer
1925 Rex Collings, writer/publisher
1925 Robert Arthur, Aberdeen Wash, actor (12 O'Clock High, Just For You)
1926 Patricia Hutchinson, British ambassador (Uruguay)
1926 Tom Wicker, columnist (NY Times)
1927 Dennis Landau, CEO (Cooperative Wholesale Society)
1927 John Phillipps Kenyon, historian/teacher
1927 Paul Eddington, actor (Devil Rides Out, Devil's Bride)
1927 Simeon Pironkov, composer
1928 Maggie McNamara, NYC, actress (3 Coins in a Fountain, Cardinal)
1928 Michael Blakemore, British theater director (Country Life)
1929 Eva Bartok, Budapest Hungary, actress (Assassin, Crimson Pirate)
1929 James Bishop, editor (London News Publications)
1929 Jrgen Habermans, German sociologist (Frankfurter Schule)
1930 Peter Phillips, CEO (AB Electronics) [or Feb 10]
1931 Della Smith, cookbook writer/British broadcaster
1931 Peter Batty, TV/movie producer
1932 Gnter Seuren, writer
1933 Jean Wicki, Switzerland, 4-man bobsled (Olympic-gold-1972)
1933 Tommy Hunt, US singer (Flamingos-Lovers Never Say Goodbye)
1934 Brian Kenny, deputy supreme allied commander (Europe)
1934 Carl de Winter, sect-gen (Federation of British Artists)
1936 Ian Spurling, ballet designer
1936 R Ronald Venetian, [Vene], president Suriname (1991- )
1937 Gail Godwin, US, author (Perfectionists, Odd Woman)
1937 John D [Jay] Rockefeller IV, (Sen-D-WV, 1985- )
1937 Varbara Ann Teer, US actress/director (Natl Black Theatre Company)
1937 Vitaly Mikhailovich Zholobov, USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 21)
1938 Joop M Worrell, Dutch MP (PvdA)
1939 Lou Brock, one-time baseball stolen base leader (St Louis Cards)
1939 Lynn Whiting, horse trainer
1940 Bob Duncan, prison warden (Gartree Prison in UK)
1940 Jim Albus, Staten Island NY, PGA golfer (1991 Mazda Senior Players)
1942 Paul McCartney
1942 Roger Ebert
1942 Paul McCartney
1942 Roger Ebert
1942 Paul McCartney
1942 Roger Ebert
1942 Paul McCartney
1942 Roger Ebert
1942 Paul McCartney, Yah-Yah-Yah
1942 Paul McCartney
1942 Roger Ebert
1942 Hans Vonk, Dutch conductor
1942 Paul McCartney, Liverpool, rocker (Beatles), writes silly love songs
1942 Roger Ebert, Urbana Ill, film critic (Siskel & Ebert at the Movies)
1942 Thabo M Mbeki, South African economist/1st vice-president (1994- )
1942 Paul McCartney, Yah-Yah-Yah
1943 Barry Evans, actor (Dr Upton-Dr in the House, Mind Your Language)
1944 Paul Lansky, composer
1947 Bernard Giraudeau, La Rochelle France, actor (L'Annee des Meduses)
1947 Douglas Young, composer
1947 Linda Thorson, Toronto, actress (Tara-Avengers, Julia-1 Life to Live)
1948 Nick Drake, rocker (Back to Fruit Tree)
1949 Jerry Hollendorfer, horse trainer
1949 William Randolph Hearst III, publisher/editor
1950 Annelie Ehrhardt, German DR, 100m hurdler (Olympics-gold-1972)
1951 Henny Huisman, Dutch TV host (Playback Show)
1952 Carol Kane
1952 Isabella Rossellini
1952 Carol Kane
1952 Isabella Rossellini
1952 Carol Kane
1952 Isabella Rossellini
1952 Carol Kane
1952 Isabella Rossellini
1952 Carol Kane
1952 Isabella Rossellini
1952 Barry Champagne, Louisiana, stunt coorindator (Licence to Kill)
1952 Carol Kane, Cleveland Ohio, actress (Dog Day Afternoon, Simka-Taxi)
1952 Isabella Rossellini, Rome Italy, actress (Big Night, Blue Velvet)
1952 Rickey Gazda, rocker
1953 Jerome Smith, US guitarist (KC & the Sunshine Band-Boogie Shoes)
1954 William Beard, rock drummer (Face To Face)
1956 Brian Benben, Winchester Va, actor (Dream On, Gangster Chronicles)
1957 Andrea Evans, actress (Young & Restless, Tina-One Life to Live)
1957 Tom Bailey, England, rocker (Thompson Twins-Doctor Doctor)
1958 Daniels Koran, saxophonist (Atlantic Star-Touch a 4 Leaf Clover)
1961 Andres Galarraga, Caracas Venezuela, infielder (Colorado Rockies)
1961 [Genevieve] Alison Moyet, Essex England, rock vocalist (Yaz, Alf)
1962 Jan[ice] Merrill, track star (US record long distance holder 1979)
1963 Bruce Smith, NFL defensive end (Buffalo Bills)
1963 Darren "Dizzy" Reed, US musician (Guns n' Roses-Sweet Girl of Mine)
1963 Joe Walter, NFL tackle (Cin Bengals)
1963 Omar Londono, jockey
1964 Thanh Nguyen, Saigon Vietnam, 141 lbs US weightlifter (Olympics-1996)
1966 Bob Kempainen, Minneapolis MN, marathoner (Olympics-96)
1966 Doug Bodger, Chemainus BC, NHL defenseman (Team Canada, San Jose)
1966 Kurt Browning, Alberta, figure skater (Olympic-5-1994)
1966 Luke Jensen, Grayling Mich, tennis star (1993 French Open doubles)
1966 Robert Kempainen, Minneapolis MN, marathoner (Oly-1996)
1966 Sandy Alomar, Salinas Puerto Rico, catcher (Cleveland Indians)
1968 John Lumkes, Chicago Illinois, 3k steeplechase runner
1969 Fernando Valenzula, jockey
1969 Jay Leeuwenburg, NFL guard/center (Chic Bears, Indianapolis Colts)
1969 Laura Brown, LPGA golfer
1971 Nathan Morris
1971 Nathan Morris
1971 Nathan Morris
1971 Nathan Morris
1971 Nathan Morris
1971 Blair Pocock, cricketer (New Zealand opening batsman 1993)
1971 Mara Hobel, NYC, actress (Mommie Dearest)
1971 Nathan Morris, [Alex Vanderpool], Phila Pa, rapper (Boyz II Men)
1972 Otakar Vejvoda, Kladno CZE, hockey forward (Team Czech Rep)
1973 Rayna Stewart, safety/cornerback (Tennessee Oilers)
1973 Tracy Noonan, Lawrence Mass, soccer goalkeeper (Olympics-96)
1974 Bumper Robinson, actor (Webster, Night Court)
1974 Keith Poole, wide receiver (New Orleans Saints)
1992 Bob Kempainen, Minneapolis MN, marathoner (Olympics-66)

Events


860 Swedish Vikings attack Constantinople
1155 Pope Adrian IV crowns Frederick I Barbarossa Roman-German Emperor
1178 Proposed time of origin of lunar crater Giordano Bruno.
1178 Proposed time of origin of lunar crater Giordano Bruno.
1178 Proposed time of origin of lunar crater Giordano Bruno
1178 5 Canterbury monks report explosion on moon (only known observation)
1316 Peace of Fexhe: prince-bishop Adolf II of Mark & Luikse towns
1529 Blackfriars begin: Henry VIII & Catharina of AragĒn
1538 Treaty of Nice: ends war between Emperor Charles V & King French I
1541 Irish parliament selects Henry VIII as king of Ireland
1574 Polish King Hendrik of Anjou secretly leaves Poland
1580 States of Utrecht forbid catholic worship
1583 Richard Martin of London takes out 1st life insurance policy, on William Gibbons, premium was œ383
1629 Sea battle at Dungeness: Piet Heyn vs Dunkerk Cape
1639 Treaty of Berwick: End 1st Bishop war
1643 Skirmish at Chalgrove Field: Prince Rupert parliamentary armies
1682 William Penn found Philadelphia
1757 Battle at Kolin Bohemia: Austrian army beats Prussia
1778 British Redcoats evacuate Phila
1779 French fleet occupies St Vincent
1812 War of 1812 begins as US declares war against Britain.
1812 War of 1812 begins as US declares war against Britain.
1812 War of 1812 begins as US declares war against Britain
1815 Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon defeated by Wellington and Blcher.
1815 Battle of Waterloo. Napoleon defeated by Wellington and Blcher.
1815 Battle of Waterloo; Napoleon defeated by Wellington & Blcher
1821 Opera "Der Freischtz" is produced (Berlin)
1822 Part of US-Canadian boundary determined
1822 Slave revolt leaders Denmark Vesey & Peter Poyas arrested in SC
1836 HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin leave South-Africa
1837 Spain gets new Constitution
1839 Dutch prince Willem Alexander PFL weds niece Princess Sophia
1863 After long neglect, Confederates hurriedly fortify Vicksburg
1864 At Petersburg, Grant ends 4 days of assaults
1872 Woman's Suffrage Convention held at Merchantile Liberty Hall
1873 Susan B Anthony fined $100 for attempting to vote for President.
1873 Susan B Anthony fined $100 for attempting to vote for President.
1873 Susan B Anthony fined $100 for attempting to vote for President
1879 W H Richardson, a black inventor, patents the children's carriage
1892 Macademia nuts first planted in Hawaii.
1892 Macademia nuts first planted in Hawaii.
1892 Macademia nuts 1st planted in Hawaii
1894 Premier Roseberry declares Uganda a British protectorate
1898 1st amusement pier opens in Atlantic City, NJ
1898 4th US Golf Open: Fred Herd shoots a 328 at Myopia Hunt Club Mass
1900 Empress DouairiŠre orders I-Ho-Chuan (Boxers) to kill all foreigners
1900 Gen Luigi Pelloux resigns as premier of Italy
1903 1st transcontinental auto trip begins in SF; arrives NY 3-mo later
1909 Nannie Burroughs forms national training School for Women
1910 16th US Golf Open: Alex Smith shoots a 298 at Phila Cricket Club PA
1914 Oscar Egg bicycles world record time (44,247 km)
1915 21st US Golf Open: John Travers shoots a 297 at Baltusrol GC NJ
1916 Yanks score in every inning but 8th beat Indians 19-3
1924 Pope Pius XI's encyclical Maximam gravissimamque
1926 Theodor Lessing laid-off "because he is a Jew" in Hanover
1927 Paavo Nurmi runs world record 2000 m: 5:24.6
1928 Amelia Earhart is the first woman to fly across the Atlantic.
1928 Amelia Earhart is the first woman to fly across the Atlantic.
1928 Amelia Earhart becomes 1st female to fly across Atlantic Ocean
1934 US Highway planning surveys nationwide authorized
1936 1st bicycle traffic court in America established, Racine, WI
1936 Polish parliament gives pres Ignacy Moscicki dictatorial power
1938 Babe Ruth is signed as a Dodgers coach for the rest of the season
1940 Gen Charles de Gaulle on BBC tells French to defy nazi occupiers
1940 German occupiers slaughter cattle, pigs & chickens
1940 Winston Churchill urges perseverance so that future generations would remember that "this was their finest hour"
1941 Joe Louis KOs Billy Conn in 13 for heavyweight boxing title
1941 Turkey signs peace treaty with nazi-Germany
1942 Bernard W Robinson, becomes 1st black ensign in US Navy
1942 Eric Nessler of France stays aloft in a glider for 38h21m
1943 SS Police in Amsterdam sentence for 12 resistance fighter to death (Jewish, communists, homosexuality) at the census bureau
1944 Farewell concert of Willem Mengelberg in Paris
1944 U-767 sinks
1945 William Joyce (Lord Haw-Haw) Brit radio traitor charged with treason
1947 Cincinnati Red Ewell Blackwell no-hits Boston Braves, 6-0
1948 American Library Association adopts Library Bill of Rights
1948 National Security Council authorizes covert operations for 1st time
1948 Phillies pitching great Robin Roberts debut, loses 2-0 to Pirates
1948 UN Commission on Human Rights adopts Intl Decl of Human Rights
1949 "Along Fifth Avenue" closes at Broadhurst Theater NYC after 180 perfs
1950 Cleve Indians score 14 runs in 1st inning, beat A's 21-2
1951 De Gaulle wins French parliamentary election
1953 Egypt is proclaimed a republic.
1953 Egypt is proclaimed a republic.
1953 Egypt proclaimed a republic, General Neguib becomes president
1953 USAF C124 Globemaster crashes near Tokyo killing 129 servicemen
1953 Eugene Stephens is 1st to get 3 hits & Red Sox score 17 runs in 1 Inning (7th) Red Sox beat Detroit 23-3
1954 Pierre MendŠs-France forms French government
1955 "3 for Tonight" closes at Plymouth Theater NYC after 85 performances
1956 Last of foreign troops leaves Egypt as Brits leave Suez Canal
1957 John Diefenbacker (C) takes office as PM of Canada
1959 First television broadcast transmitted from England to US.
1959 First television broadcast transmitted from England to US.
1959 1st telecast transmitted from England to US
1960 "Destry Rides Again" closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 472 perfs
1960 60th US Golf Open: Arnold Palmer shoots 280 at Cherry Hills in Denver
1960 Giants hire Tom Sheehan as baseball's oldest debuting manager (66)
1960 Real Madrid wins 5th Europe Cup 1
1961 CBS radio cancels Gunsmoke
1961 KBMT TV channel 12 in Beaumont, TX (ABC) begins broadcasting
1961 Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Eastern Golf Open
1963 3,000 blacks boycott Boston public school
1964 African Groundnut Council forms in Dakar
1967 67th US Golf Open: Jack Nicklaus shoots 275 at Baltusrol GC NJ
1967 Houston Don Wilson no-hits Atlanta Braves, 2-0
1967 Monterey International Pop Festival rocks Southern California
1967 Susie Maxwell wins LPGA Milwaukee Jaycee Golf Open
1968 Supreme Court bans racial discrimination in sale & rental of housing
1972 72nd US Golf Open: Jack Nicklaus shoots a 290 at Pebble Beach Calif
1972 BEA Trident crashes after takeoff from Heathrow killing 118
1972 West Germany wins soccer world championship
1972 US Supreme Court, 5-3, confirms lower court rulings in Curt Flood case, upholding baseball's exemption from antitrust laws
1973 NCAA makes urine testing mandatory for participants
1974 Gaston Thorn forms Luxembourg govt
1975 Fred Lynn gets 10 RBIs in a Red Sox 15-1 victory over Tigers
1975 Gary Gilmour takes 6-14 in Cricket World Cup semi v England
1975 NBC News & Information Service (24 hr news) premieres on radio
1976 A Joseph William Turner watercolor auctioned for œ340,000
1976 St Louis Cards Lou Brock & Hector Cruz hit inside-the-park HRs
1976 Bowie Kuhn voids A's sales, totaling $35 million, of Joe Rudi & Rollie Fingers to Red Sox, & Vida Blue to Yankees
1977 Space Shuttle test model "Enterprise" carries a crew aloft for first time, It was fixed to a modified Boeing 747
1977 Space Shuttle test model "Enterprise" carries a crew aloft for first time, It was fixed to a modified Boeing 747
1977 Billy Martin & Reggie Jackson get into a dug out altercation
1977 Sex Pistols Johnny Rotten & Paul Cook, beaten & robbed by London pub
1977 Space Shuttle test model "Enterprise" carries a crew aloft for 1st time, It was fixed to a modified Boeing 747
1978 78th US Golf Open: Andy North shoots a 285 at Cherry Hill CC in Denver
1978 Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Bankers Trust Golf Classic
1978 Victor de la Torre wins Peru election
1979 Billy Martin becomes Yankee manager (2nd time), replacing Bob Lemon
1979 Pres Carter & Leonid I Brezhnev sign SALT 2 treaty
1979 Sri Lanka beat India by 47 runs in Cricket World Cup upset
1979 US Pres Carter & Soviet Pres Leonid Brezhnev sign SALT II treaty
1980 "Blues Brothers" with Dan Akwoyd & John Belushi premieres
1980 Dutch 2nd Chamber joins oil boycott of South Africa
1980 Mrs Shakuntala Devi mentally multiplies 2 13-digit #s in 28 sec
1981 Kimberley Ann Smith, of NC, 17, crowned America's Junior Miss
1981 Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart retires (replaced by Sandra Day O'Connor, 1st woman on high court)
1981 Test cricket debut of Terry Alderman, v England at Trent Bridge
1981 Vaccine to prevent hoof & mouth disease announced
1982 ABC's All Talk radio network expands to 22 stations
1982 Voting Rights Act of 1965 extended by Senate by 85-8 vote
1983 Sally Ride becomes first US woman in space, aboard Challenger.
1983 Sally Ride becomes first US woman in space, aboard Challenger.
1983 "Pump Boys & Dinettes" closes at Princess Theater NYC after 573 perfs
1983 7th Shuttle Mission-Challenger 2 launched-Sally Ride 1st US woman
1983 IRA's Joseph Doherty arrested in NYC
1984 84th US Golf Open: Fuzzy Zoeller shoots a 276 at Winged Foot GC NY
1985 Boston Red Sox Fred Lynn gets 10 RBIs
1986 52 die in plane/helicopter collision over Grand Canyon
1986 De Havilland Twin Otter & Bell 206 helicopter collide, kills 25
1986 Don Sutton becomes 19th pitcher to win 300 games
1986 Heike Friedrich swims female world record 200m freestyle (1:57.55)
1986 Papua New Guinea score 9-455 in 60 overs v Gibraltar, ICC Trophy
1987 Charles Glass, ABC journalist, kidnapped in Lebanon
1988 Jeff Hamilton, hits 8,000th Dodger home run
1989 "Starmites" closes at Criter Ctr SR Theater NYC after 60 performances
1989 89th US Golf Open: Curtis Strange shoots a 278 at Oak Hill CC NY
1989 Comet Churyunov-Gerasimenko at perihelion
1989 John Wayne Bobitt marries Lorena L Gallo
1989 Laura Davies wins LPGA Lady Keystone Golf Open
1990 1st ever lose for Cameroon in Soccer World Cup, USSR-4 Cameroon-0
1990 1st sudden death US Open Golf Championship is won by Hale Irwin
1991 Boris Yeltsin, president of Russia, arrives in US
1991 Mud storm in Antofagasta Chile, kills 80
1991 SF Giant pitcher Dave Dravecky's cancerous left arm is amputated
1991 Yankee pitchers pick-off 3 Toronto Blue Jays
1992 Actor Jameson Parker weds actress Darleen Carr
1992 Ottawa Senators make goalie Peter Sidorkiewicz their 1st draft
1992 Tampa Bay Lightning make goalie Wendell Young their 1st draft
1993 Expo's Dennis Martinez is 92nd to win 200 games
1993 Toru Takemitsu's "Archipelago" premieres in Aldeburgh England
1994 Aleksander Popov swims world record 100m free style (48.21 sec)
1994 Gay Games open in NYC
1994 US ties Switzerland 1-1 in their 1st game of 1994 soccer World Cup
1995 95th US Golf Open: Corey Pavin shoots a 280 at Shinnecock Hills NY
1995 Patty Sheehan wins LPGA Rochester International Golf Tournament
2000 100th US Golf Open: at Pebble Beach Golf Links Calif

That's All....

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