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Monday, June 4, 2018.



Birthdays


1694 Fran‡ois Quesnay, French personal physician of Louis XIV
1697 Jacob Israel Emden, [Jacob ben Tswi], German rabbi
1700 Theodoor Verhaegen, Flemish sculptor
1738 George III, English king during American Revolution (1760-1820)
1738 George III, English King during American Revolution (1760-1820)
1738 George III, English king during American Revolution (1760-1820)
1751 John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon
1770 James Hewitt, composer
1801 James Pennethorne, architect
1803 Gabriel James Rains, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1881
1815 Paul Jones Semmes, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1863
1816 Phillipe Regis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand, Bvt Mjr Gen (Union)
1828 Alexander William Campbell, Brig general (Confederate Army)
1833 Garnet Joseph, 1st viscount Wolseley soldier
1838 Servaas Daems, [Peeter Klein], Flemish writer (Lute & Flute)
1846 Josef Sittard, music writer
1863 Edmond R H Regout, Dutch industrialist/politician
1864 Nassau William Senior, British economist
1867 Carl Gustaf Mannerheim, Finnish military hero, president (1944-46
1867 Carl Gustaf baron Mannerheim, general/president of Finland (1944-46)
1867 Carl Gustaf Mannerheim, Finnish military hero, president (1944-46
1869 Boudouin LPMCAJL, prince of Belgium/count of Vlaanderen
1876 Robert Dower, cricketer (1 Test S Africa v England 1898, scored 0 & 9)
1877 Heinrich Wieland, German chemist (bile acids-Nobel 1927)
1878 Frank N D Buchman, US theologist (Moral Rearmament)
1879 Theodor Haecker, German cultural philosopher (ist der Mensch?)
1881 Clara Blandick, actress (Huckleberry Finn, Romance, Tom Sawyer)
1882 Karl Valentin, German comic/writer
1891 Erno Rapee, composer
1893 Armand Calinescu, premier of Romania
1893 Daan Boens, Flemish poet (Man who sold his Wife)
1894 Blanch Knopf, publishing CEO (Knopf)
1895 Dino Conte Grandi, Italy, delegate to league of nations (1925-32)
1899 Leo Spies, composer
1902 Richard Allen, India, field hockey goal tender (Olympic-gold-1928)
1904 Karl Valentin, writer
1906 Richard Whorf, actor/director (Yankee Doodle Dandy, Keeper of Flame)
1907 Marjan Kozina, composer
1908 Earl of Halsbury, chancellor (Brunei University)
1908 Lambertus L van Rooijen, Dutch actor
1908 Rosalind Russell, Waterbury CT, actress (Mame, Take a Letter Darling)
1908 Walther Vanbeselaere, Flemish art historian
1909 Paul Nordoff, Philadelphia, composer (Frog Prince)
1909 William Batten, CEO (NY Stock Exchange 1976-84)
1910 Christopher Cockerell, inventor (Hovercraft)
1910 Jacques Berque, Islamic scholar
1911 Austin Andrew Wright, sculptor
1911 Viktor P Nekrasov, Ukrainian author (Vokopach Stalingrada)
1912 Robert Jacobsen, Danish sculptor (great iron sculptures)
1913 Bruno Bettinelli, composer
1914 Willy-August Linnemann, Danish writer/journalist
1915 Modibo Keita, president of Mali (1960-68)
1915 Walter Hadlee, cricketer (father of Richard & Dayle, NZ batsman 40's)
1916 Cecil Blacker, CEO (British Equestrian Federation)
1917 Allen Greenwood, deputy CEO (British Aerospace)
1917 Charles Collingwood, Mich, news commentator (CBS, Chronicles)
1917 Howard Metzenbaum, (Sen-D-Ohio, 1974- )
1917 Robert Anderson, author (Tea & Sympathy)
1917 Robert Merrill, Bkln NY, baritone (NY Metropolitan Opera)
1918 LeRoy Walker, Atlanta Ga, CEO (US Olympic Committee)
1919 Robert Merrill
1919 Robert Merrill
1919 Robert Merrill
1919 Robert Merrill
1919 Robert Merrill
1920 Marion Motley, NFL running back (all-time leading AAFC rusher)
1921 Nina Vyroubova, Russ/French ballerina (Pavlova-prize 1957)
1922 Gene Barry
1922 Gene Barry
1922 Gene Barry
1922 Gene Barry
1922 Gene Barry
1922 Irwin Bazelon, Evanston Illinois, composer (Duo for Viola)
1922 John McNamara, baseball player
1922 John West, vice chancellor (Bradford University)
1923 John Lea, British vice-admiral
1924 Dennis Weaver
1924 Dennis Weaver
1924 Dennis Weaver
1924 Dennis Weaver
1924 Dennis Weaver
1924 Dennis Weaver, Joplin Mo, actor (Chester-Gunsmoke, Duel, Battered)
1926 Robert Earl Hughes, became heaviest known human (486 kg)
1926 Nan Leslie, LA Calif, actress (Kings Row, Californians)
1926 Robert Earl Hughes, became heaviest known human (486 kg)
1926 Robert Earl Hughes, became heaviest known human (486 kg)
1927 Geoffrey Palmer, British actor (Smacks & Thistle)
1927 Priscilla Morrill, Medford Mass, actress (Edie Grant-Mary Tyler Moore)
1928 Dr. Ruth Westheimer
1928 Dr. Ruth Westheimer
1928 Dr. Ruth Westheimer
1928 Dr. Ruth Westheimer
1928 Dr. Ruth Westheimer
1928 Paul Greening, master of Queen's household
1928 Ruth Westheimer, Germany, sex therapist (WYNY-FM)
1930 Morgana King, jazz singer/actress (Godfather)
1930 Pentti Raitio, composer
1931 Cesar Bolanos, composer
1932 John Barrymore Jr, Beverly Hills Calif, actor (Pantomine Quiz)
1933 John Sparrow, CEO (British Horseracing Betting Levy Board)
1935 Hendrikus C "Henk" Admiraal, Dutch actor (Rififi in Amsterdam)
1936 Bruce Dern
1936 Bruce Dern
1936 Bruce Dern
1936 Bruce Dern
1936 Bruce Dern
1936 Bruce Dern, Winnetka Ill, actor (Coming Home, Silent Running, Tatoo)
1936 David Lyon, CEO (Bowater)
1937 Freddie Fender, Mexico, country singer (Feelings)
1937 Mortimer B Zuckerman, CEO (US News & World Report, NY Daily News)
1938 Art Mahaffey, baseball player
1939 Phil Linz, baseball shortstop (NY Yankees)
1940 Dorothy Rudd Moore, composer
1940 Gerrit H Terpstra, economist/Dutch 2nd Chamber member (CDA)
1943 Sandra Haynie, Ft Worth TX, LPGA golfer (1974 US Women's Open)
1944 Michelle Phillips
1944 Michelle Phillips
1944 Michelle Phillips
1944 Michelle Phillips
1944 Michelle Phillips
1944 Charlie Whitney, rock guitarist (Family)
1944 Michelle Phillips, Long Beach CA, singer/actress (Mamas & Papas)
1944 Roger Ball, Scotland, saxophonist (Average White Band)
1945 Anthony Braxton, jazz musician
1945 Daniel Topolski, writer/photographer/rowing coach
1945 Gordon Waller, Scotland, singer (Peter & Gordon-World Without Love)
1945 Ivan "Ironman" Stewart, Mickey Thompson off-road champ (1983, 84, 90)
1945 Margaret Impert, Horseheads NY, actress (Maggie, Spencer's Pilots)
1946 Bettina Gregory, correspondent/journalist (ABC-TV)
1948 Bob Champion, horse trainer/jockey
1948 Rosemary Joyce, model/actress (Daphne Draper-Search For Tomorrow)
1948 Sandra Post, LPGA golfer
1950 Brian Rose, cricketer (England batsman in 9 Tests 1977-81)
1950 Dagmar Krause, West Germany, singer (Henry Cow, Art Bears)
1950 Wayne Powers, New Rochelle NY, actor (Laverne & Shirley, 13 East)
1951 David Yip, actor (Ping Pong)
1951 Yvonne MCT van Rooy, Dutch Secretary of State Secretary (CDA)
1952 Carlene Watkins, Hartford CT, actress (Tough Enough)
1952 Catherine Watkins, Hartford Ct, actress (It's Not Easy, Mary)
1952 Parker Stevenson, Phila Pa, actor (Falcon Crest, Stroker Ace)
1956 John Treacy, marathonr (Olympics-silver-1984)
1956 Terry Kennedy, baseball player
1957 Tony Pena, Monte Cristi Dom Rep, catcher (Cleveland Indians)
1958 Julie Gholson, Birmingham Ala, actress (Where the Lilies Bloom)
1958 Tony Pigott, cricketer (England pace bowler in a Test v NZ 1984)
1959 Lord Rayleigh, agri-businessman (Lord Rayleigh Farms)
1959 Paul Taylor, rocker (Winger-17)
1959 Rod Connop, CFL corner (Edmonton Eskimos)
1961 Sam Harris
1961 Sam Harris
1961 Sam Harris
1961 Sam Harris
1961 Sam Harris
1961 Cathy Marino, LPGA golfer
1961 El Debarge, Grand Rapids Mich, rocker (Debarge-All this Love)
1963 Carey Nelson, Canada, marathoner (Olympics-96)
1963 Jim Lachey, NFL tackle (Washington Redskins)
1963 Mossimo Giannulli, fashion designer (hot)
1963 Xavier McDaniel, NBA forward (Seattle SuperSonics)
1964 Chris Kavanagh, rocker (Sigue Sigue Sputnik-Love Missile F-111)
1964 Steve Searcy, baseball player
1965 Andrea Jaeger, Chicago, tennis player (retired as a teenager)
1965 Beau Allred, baseball player
1965 Jonathan Canter, LA Cal, tennis star
1965 Kurt Stillwell, Glendale CA, infielder (Texas Rangers)
1965 Tim Perry, NBA forward (NJ Nets)
1966 Nick Kypreos, Toronto, NHL left wing (Toronto Maple Leafs)
1967 Rick Wilkins, Jacksonville FL, catcher (Houston Astros)
1967 Scott Servais, La Crosse Wisc, catcher (Chic Cubs)
1967 Simon Sheldon-Collins, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)
1968 Scott Wolf, Boston Mass, actor (Broken Arrow, Party of 5)
1968 Stacy Leigh Arthur, Naperville Ill, playmate (Jan, 1991)
1969 Regi Blinker, soccer player (Feyenoord)
1969 Robert Perez, Bolivar Venezuela, outfielder (Toronto Blue Jays)
1969 Tine Moberg-Parker, Oslo Norway, Canada Europe class yachter (Oly-96)
1970 Gary Lynagh, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1970 Ronnie Harris, NFL wide receiver (Seattle Seahawks)
1971 Noah Wyle
1971 Noah Wyle
1971 Noah Wyle
1971 Noah Wyle
1971 Noah Wyle
1971 Noah Wyle, Hollywood Calif, actor (Dr John Carter-ER)
1971 Patrick Scott, NFL/WLAF linebacker (Pitts Steelers, Frankfurt Galaxy)
1971 Roy Janse, Edmonton Alberta, tornado yachter (Olympics-96)
1971 Tanya Beyer, St Paul Minn, playmate (Feb, 1992)
1972 Derian Hatcher, Sterling Heights MI, NHL defenseman (Dallas Stars)
1973 Antonio Anderson, defensive tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
1973 Corey Walker, running back (Philadelphia Eagles)
1973 Doug Colman, linebacker (NY Giants)
1973 Sir Mawn Wilson, NFL wide reciever (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1974 Darin Erstad, outfielder (Calif Angels)
1974 James Miller, Australian pole vaulter (Olympics-96)
1974 Johnny Taylor, NBA forward (Orlando Magic)
1974 Lyndsay Kahler, Orange California, Miss America-California (1997)
1975 Betty Okino, Uganda, US gymnist (Olympic-92)
1975 Dinanath Ramnarine, cricketer (Trinidad & Tobago leg-spinner)
1975 Kurt Dreger, Ironwood Mich, dance skater (& Cronin-1997 Natl-13th)
1992 Earvin Johnson III, son of NBA foward Magic Johnson
1993 ... Mowatt, grandson of English princess Alexandra

Events


Old Maid's Day
UN International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression.
Old Maid's Day
UN International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression.
780 BC first total solar eclipse reliably recorded by Chinese
780 BC first total solar eclipse reliably recorded by Chinese
1070 Roquefort cheese created in a cave near Roquefort, France
1133 Rome-Innocentius II crowns Lotharius III Roman-German emperor
1391 Mob led by Ferrand Martinez surounds & sets fire to Jewish quarter of Seville Spain, surviving Jews sold into slavery
1487 Lord Lovell & John de la Poles army land at Furness Lancashire
1632 Prince Frederik Henry conquerors Venlo
1647 British army seizes King Charles I as a prisoner
1664 Viceroy Willem Frederik conquerors Dijlerschans
1666 Battle at Duinkerk: English vs Dutch fleet
1741 Prussia goes to the Covenant of Nymphenburg
1745 Battle at Hohenfriedberg Silezi‰: Prussia beats Austria
1745 Frederick the Great (Prussia) defeats Austrians & Saxons
1756 Quakers leave assembly of Pennsylvania
1783 Montgolfier brothers launch 1st hot-air balloon (unmanned)
1784 Mme. Thible becomes first woman to fly (in a balloon)
1784 Mme. Thible becomes first woman to fly (in a balloon)
1784 Mme Thible becomes 1st woman to fly (in a balloon)
1789 US constitution goes into effect
1792 Capt George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for Britain
1794 Congress passes Neutrality Act, bans Americans from serving in armed forces of foreign powers
1800 White House completed & President & Mrs John Adams move in
1805 Tripoli forced to conclude peace with US after war over tribute
1812 Louisiana Territory officially renamed "Missouri Territory"
1825 Unseasonable hurricane hits NYC
1831 National Congress selects Leopold von Saksen-Coburg as King of Belgium
1832 3rd national black convention meets (Phila)
1845 Mexican-US war starts
1850 Empire Engine Company No 1 organized
1850 Self deodorizing fertilizer patented in England
1862 Confederates evacuate Ft Pillow, Tenn
1868 Van Bosse/Fock govt begins
1870 4th Belmont: W Dick aboard Kingfisher wins in 2:59«
1873 1st contract workers of British-Indies Co arrives in Suriname
1875 Pacific Stock Exchange opens
1878 Cyprus ceded by Turkey to Britain for administrative purposes
1884 18th Belmont: Jim McLaughlin aboard Panique wins in 2:42
1892 Oil City & Titusville Penn, destroyed by oil tank explosion; 130 die
1892 Sierra Club forms in SF
1896 Henry drives his first Ford through streets of Detroit.
1896 Henry drives his first Ford through streets of Detroit.
1896 Henry takes his 1st Ford through streets of Detroit
1907 Automatic washer & dryer introduced
1912 Cone of Mount Katmai (Alaska) collapses
1912 Massachusetts passes 1st US minimum wage law
1913 Suffragette Emily Davinson throws himself in front of king's horse
1916 Russian General Brusilov fails on his Eastern Front attack
1917 1st Pulitzer prize awarded to Richards & Elliott (Julia Ward Howe)
1917 American men begin registering for the draft
1917 Order of British Empire inaugurated
1919 Senate passes Women's Suffrage bill
1919 US marines invade Costa Rica
1920 Peace of Trianon between Allies & Hungary
1927 1st Ryder Cup: US beats England, 9«-2« at Worcester CC Mass
1927 Johnny Weissmuller set swim records in 100-yard & 200-yard free-style
1929 George Eastman demonstrates 1st technicolor movie (Rochester NY)
1932 64th Belmont: Tom Malley aboard Faireno wins in 2:32.8
1932 Edouard Herriot becomes premier of France
1937 L‚on Blum becomes premier of People's front govt of France
1938 10th Walker Cup: Britain-Ireland, 7«-4«
1938 70th Belmont: James Stout aboard Pasteurized wins in 2:29.6
1940 British complete miracle of Dunkirk by evacuating 300,000 troops
1940 British complete miracle of Dunkirk by evacuating 300,000 troops
1940 1st NL night game at Sportsman's Park (Dodgers 10, Cardinals 1)
1940 1st night game at Forbes Field (Pirates 14, Braves 2)
1940 British complete miracle of Dunkirk by evacuating 300,000 troops
1940 German forces enter Paris
1940 The synthetic rubber tire unveiled
1940 Winston Churchill says "We shall fight on the seas & oceans"
1941 Nazi's forbid Jews access to beach & swimming pools
1941 Rep of Croatia orders all Jews to wear a star with the letter Z
1942 Battle of Midway begins; Japan's 1st major defeat in WW II
1942 Capitol Record Co opens for business
1942 USS Yorktown sinks near Midway Island
1943 Argentina taken over by Gen Rawson & Col Juan Per˘n
1943 Race riots in LA
1943 St Louis Card Mort Cooper pitches his 2nd consecutive 1 hitter
1944 First submarine captured and boarded on high seas - German U 505
1944 First submarine captured and boarded on high seas - German U 505
1944 1st British gliders touches down on French soil for D-Day
1944 1st submarine captured & boarded on high seas-U 505
1944 5th Army enters & liberates Rome from Mussolini's Fascist armies
1944 French general De Gaulle arrives in London
1945 6th Marine division occupies Orokoe Peninsula Okinawa
1945 US, Russia, England & France agree to split occupied Germany
1946 Largest solar prominence (300,000 mi/500,000 km) observed
1947 Taft-Hartley Act approved despite a Truman veto.
1947 Taft-Hartley Act approved despite a Truman veto.
1947 "Louisiana Lady" closes at Century Theater NYC after 4 performances
1947 House of Reps approves Taft-Hartley act
1949 "Cavalcade of Stars" debuts (DuMont); Jackie Gleason made host in 1950
1950 CVP wins Belgian parliamentary election
1950 Dutch cyclist Wim van Est wins Bordeaux-Paris (586 km in 17:25)
1951 Mississippi Valley State University founded
1951 Pirate's Gus Bell hits for cycle helps beat Phillies 12-4
1953 Pitts trades outfielder Ralph Kiner & Joe Garagiola to Chic
1954 Arthur Murray flies X-1A rocket plane to record 27,000 m
1954 France grants Vietnam independence inside French Union
1955 Mickey Rooney Show," TV comedy last airs on NBC
1956 Speech by Khrushchev blasting Stalin is made public.
1956 Speech by Khrushchev blasting Stalin is made public.
1956 Speech by Khrushchev blasting Stalin made public
1957 1st commercial coal pipeline placed in operation
1957 May & Cowdrey make 411 stand v WI Ramadhin bowls 98 overs
1958 French premier De Gaulle arrives in Algiers
1958 SF Giants Hank Sauer & B Schmidt are 2nd to hit consecutive pinch HRs
1961 Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Western Golf Open
1962 Lee Harvey Oswald departs Rotterdam on SS Maasdam to US
1963 1st transmission of "Pop Go the Beatles" on BBC radio
1963 British Minister of War John Profumo resigns due to Christine Keeler
1964 Beatles "World Tour" begins in Copenhagen Denmark
1964 LA Dodger Sandy Koufax 3rd no-hitter beats Phil Phillies, 3-0
1964 Maldives adopts constitution
1964 Test Cricket debut of Geoff Boycott v Australia at Trent Bridge, 48
1965 Rolling Stones release "Satisfaction"
1966 "Batman & His Grandmother" by Dickie Goodman hits #70
1966 -10] Hurricane Alma, kills 51 in Honduras
1966 98th Belmont: William Boland aboard Amberoid wins in 2:29.6
1967 19th Emmy Awards: Mission Impossible, Monkees, Don Knotts & Lucy Ball
1967 KTVN TV channel 2 in Reno, NV (CBS) begins broadcasting
1967 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational
1967 Monkees take home an Emmy for their Outstanding comedy Series
1967 Curt Flood's record 568 straight chances without an error ends (227 straight games)
1968 Don Drysdale pitches his 6th straight shutout, en route to 58 innings
1969 Beatles release Ballad Of John & Yoko/Old Brown Shoe, in US
1969 Nicky Hopkins quits rock & rolls, Jeff Beck Group
1969 22-year-old man sneaks into wheel pod of a jet parked in Havana & survives 9-hr flight to Spain despite thin oxygen levels at 29,000 ft
1970 43rd National Spelling Bee: Libby Childress wins spelling croissant
1970 SD Padres draft Mike Ivie #1
1970 Tonga (formerly Friendly Islands) declares independence from UK
1970 WSMW TV channel 27 in Worcester, MA (IND) begins broadcasting
1970 Yanks Horace Clarke breaks up a no-hitter in the 9th for the 1st of 3 times in 28 days
1971 J Luns appointed secretary-general of NATO
1971 Oakland A's beat Wash Senators, 5-3, in 21 innings
1971 Zaheer Abbas scores Cricket 274 at Edgbaston, 544 minutes 38 fours
1972 Angela Davis, black activist, acquitted of killing a white guard
1972 Carol Mann wins LPGA Lady Carling Golf Open
1972 Record 8 shutouts pitched in 16 major league games (AL=5, NL=3)
1973 43rd French Womens Tennis: Margaret Court beats C Evert (67 76 64)
1974 NFL grants franchise to Seattle Seahawks
1974 Never-to-be-repeated 10› Beer Night at Cleveland Stadium occurs
1974 10› Beer Night at Cleveland, unruly fans stumble onto field & cause Indians to forfeit the game to Rangers with score tied 5-5 in 9th
1975 Oldest animal fossils in US discovered in NC
1977 Apple II, the 1st personal computer, goes on sale
1977 Violence during Puerto Rican Day in Chicago kills 2
1978 "Working" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 25 performances
1978 32nd Tony Awards: Da & Ain't Misbehavin' win
1978 6th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): JoAnne Carner
1978 Liberal Julio Turbay Ayola wins Colombia elections
1979 South-African pres Vorster resigns due to scandal
1979 Sri Lanka forfeit ICC Trophy game vs Israel for political reasons
1981 54th National Spelling Bee: Paige Pipkin wins spelling sarcophagus
1982 "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan," released in USA
1982 Israel attacks targets in south Lebanon
1983 53rd French Womens Tennis: Chris Evert beats Mima Jausovec (61 62)
1984 18th Music City News Country Awards: Statler Brothers
1984 Arnold Palmer fails to make US Open golf tournament 1st time in 32 yrs
1984 Bruce Springsteen releases "Born in the USA"
1984 DNA is successfully cloned from an extinct animal
1984 NY Mets draft Shawn Abner, 17, #1
1985 STS 51-G vehicle moves to launch pad
1985 Supreme Court strikes down Alabama "moment of silence" law
1986 Jonathan Pollard, spy for Israel, pleads guilty.
1986 Jonathan Pollard, spy for Israel, pleads guilty.
1986 Jonathan Pollard, spy for Israel, pleads guilty in US court
1987 Danny Harris beats Edwin Moses, ends streak of 122 cons hurdle wins
1988 "Cabaret" closes at Imperial Theater NYC after 262 performances
1988 42nd Tony Awards: M Butterfly & Phantom of the Opera win
1988 58th French Womens Tennis: Steffi Graf beats N Zvereva (60 60)
1988 Kay Cottee sails into Sydney as 1st woman to circle the globe alone
1988 Longest game in Balt Memorial Stadium (5:46) 14 inn (beat NY 7-6)
1988 Rickey Henderson steals 2 bases for record 249 as a NY Yankee
1989 2nd Children's Miracle Network Telethon raises $770,000
1989 43rd Tony Awards: Heidi Chronicles & Jerome Robbin's Broadway win
1989 Beijing cop shoots & wounds Chinese priemer Li Ping
1989 Eastern Europe's 1st somewhat free election in 40 years held in Poland
1989 Gas explodes near 2 passenger trains in USSR, kills 100s
1989 Largest parade in Bronx history honors 350th anniversary
1989 Patty Sheehan wins LPGA Rochester Golf International
1989 Red Sox lead Blue Jays 10-0 in 7th, but lose 12-11 in 12 for Blue Jays 12th consecutive victory at Fenway
1990 24th Music City News Country Awards: R Van Shelton & Patty Loveless
1990 Greyhound Bus files bankruptcy
1990 LA Dodger Ramon Martinez strikes out 18 Atlanta Braves
1990 NY Telephone company announces that it wants Bronx area code 917
1990 Dr Jack Kevorkian assisted an Oregon woman to commit suicide, beginning a national debate over the right to die
1991 1st post WW II non-communist government in Albania
1991 Lesbian priest Elizabeth Carl is ordained in Episcopal Church
1991 Pope John Paul II compares abortion with nazi murders
1991 Robert Strauss becomes US ambassador to Soviet Union
1992 San Jose voters reject Giants plan to build a new stadium
1992 USPO announces young Elvis beats old Elvis stamp
1994 Haile Gebre Selassie runs world record 5 km (12:56.96)
1995 "Jackie Mason: Politically Incorrect" closes at Golden NYC at 347 perf
1995 49th Tony Awards: Love! Valour! Compassion! & Sunset Boulevard win
1995 8th Children's Miracle Network Telethon raises $1,331,000
1995 Dale Eggeling wins LPGA Oldsmobile Golf Classic

That's All....

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