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Tuesday, July 10, 2018.



Birthdays


1509 John Calvin, theologian
1509 John Calvin, theologian
1509 John Calvin, Protestant religious reformer/theologian
1517 Odet de Coligny, Cardinal of Chtillon/bishop
1526 Philip III van Croij, duke of Aarschot/earl of Porcien
1638 David Teniers III, Flemish painter (carpet cartons)
1682 R. Cotes --1716
1682 R. Cotes --1716
1682 R. Cotes --1716
1682 R. Cotes --1716
1682 R. Cotes --1716
1697 Franois Hanot, composer
1723 Sir William Blackstone, English jurist, Blackstone's Commentaries
1723 Sir William Blackstone, English jurist, Blackstone's Commentaries
1723 William Blackstone, England, jurist (Blackstone's Commentaries)
1759 Eleanore Sophia Maria Westenholz, composer
1778 Sigismund Ritter von Neukomm, Austrian composer/royal chaplain master
1779 Alois Basil Nikolaus Tomasini, composer
1792 George Mifflin Dallas, (D) 11th VP (1845-49)
1797 Pieter L Uys, South African pioneer (Great Pull)
1818 John Stuart "Cerro Gordo" Williams, Brig General (Confederate Army)
1820 Andrew Porter, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1872
1821 Christopher Columbus Augur, Major General (Union volunteers)
1824 Rudolf von Benningsen, German lawyer/politician
1826 Theodore Edouard Dufaure de Lajarte, composer
1830 Camille Pissaro, Danish Antillean/French painter (impressionism)
1833 Lucius Eugene Polk, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1892
1834 James Whistler, artist, mama's boy
1834 James Whistler, artist, mama's boy
1834 James A McNeill Whistler, US/British painter (Whistler's Mother)
1835 Henryk Wieniawski, Lubin Poland, violinist/composer (Souv de Moscou)
1846 Elisabeth Frster-Nietzsche, German writer (Young Nietzsche)
1852 Alfred von Kiderlen-Waechter, German foreign minister
1856 Nikola Tesla, physicist/visionary, developed alternating current.
1856 Nikola Tesla, physicist/visionary, developed alternating current.
1856 Nikola Tesla, Yugoslavia, physicist, developed alternating current
1858 Karl Flodin, composer
1865 Jan "Pa" van der Steur, Dutch philanthropist (Steurtjes)
1867 Finley Peter Dunne, journalist/humorist who created Mr. Dooley.
1867 Finley Peter Dunne, journalist/humorist who created Mr. Dooley.
1867 Finley Peter Dunne, US, journalist/humorist (Mr Dooley)
1867 Max Prinz von Baden, German chancellor (Oct-Nov 1918)
1870 Maurice Lugeon, Swiss geologist (nappism)
1871 Marcel Proust, French novelist (Remembrance of Things Past).
1871 Marcel Proust, French novelist (Remembrance of Things Past).
1871 Marcel Proust, France, novelist (Remembrance of Things Past)
1874 Austin Diamond, cricket non-Test capt (NSW batsman 1899-1919, Aust)
1875 Mary McLeod Bethune, SC, slave/educator (Bethune-Cookman College)
1877 Hlne Dutrieu, comdienne/stuntwoman/1st Belgian female pilot
1879 Harry Nicholls Holmes, Penn, Dr (crystallized vitamin A)
1882 Ima Hogg, Texas art patron/founder of Houston Symphony
1882 Riccadro Pick-Mangiagalli, composer
1883 Johann Blaskowitz, German general
1883 Sam Wood, US, communist fighter/director (For Whom the Bell Tolls)
1886 John SSPV Gort, viscount of Limerick/fieldmarshal of Palestine
1887 Alfred Ernest Whitehead, composer
1888 Giorgio De Chirico, Greece, Metaphysical painter (Soothsayer)
1888 Graham McNamee, sportscaster (1st Rose Bowl)
1888 Toyohiko Kagawa, Kobe, Japan, Christian social reformer
1889 Robert [Harriot] Barrat, NYC, actor (Go West, Distant Drums)
1890 Andre Souris, composer
1892 George "Slim" Summerville, US actor (Keystone Cops)
1894 Jimmy Francis McHugh, composer
1895 Carl Orff, Munich Germany, composer (Antigonae; Mozart prize 1969)
1895 John Gilbert, [Pringle], Logan UT, actor (Heart o' the Hills)
1895 Maarten P Vrij, Dutch lawyer/criminologist/member High Court
1895 Nahum Goldmann, Switz, pres Zionist World Organization
1897 Lloyd Goodrich, American Arts Museum director
1900 Bob Catterall, cricketer (dashing South African batsman of 20's)
1900 Elsie Evelyn Laye, English singer/actress (Bitter Sweet, Merry Widow)
1902 Gnther Weisenborn, [Eberhard Frster], German/Argentine writer
1902 G Weisenborn, writer
1902 Kurt Alder, German chemist (Nobel 1950)
1902 Nicols Guilln, Cuban poet (Motivos de son)
1903 John Wyndham P L B Harris, US, sci-fi author (Day of the Triffids)
1904 Isa Krejci, composer
1905 Thomas Gomez, NYC, actor (Force of Evil, Key Largo, Kim, Sellout)
1910 Ronald Fletcher, broadcaster
1911 Djuanda Kartawidjaja, premier of Indonesia
1912 Francis Showering, brewer
1913 Ljuba Welitsch, Borisovo, Bulgaria, opera soprano (Nedda-Pagliacci)
1914 Saul Bellow, Quebec, novelist (Nobel 1976-Mr Samler's Planet)
1915 Saul Bellow, US novelist (Herzog, Dangling Man) (Nobel 1976).
1915 Saul Bellow, US novelist (Herzog, Dangling Man) (Nobel 1976).
1916 Dick Cary, jazz Musician
1917 Don Herbert, Waconia Minn, scientist/TV host (Watch Mr Wizard)
1917 Reg Smyth, English cartoonist (Andy Capp)
1919 Rusty Gill, St Louis Mo, singer (Polka Time)
1920 David Brinkley
1920 David Brinkley
1920 David Brinkley
1920 Owen Chamberlain, codiscoverer of the antiproton (Nobel 1959).
1920 David Brinkley
1920 Owen Chamberlain, codiscoverer of the antiproton (Nobel 1959).
1920 David Brinkley
1920 David Brinkley, Wilmington NC, NBC news anchor (Huntley-Brinkley)
1920 Owen Chamberlain, physicist/co-discoverer (antiproton, Nobel-1959)
1921 Jake LaMotta
1921 Jake LaMotta
1921 Jake LaMotta
1921 Jake LaMotta
1921 Jake LaMotta
1921 Eunice Shriver, founder (Special Olympics)
1921 Jake LaMotta, Bronx, middleweight boxing champ (1949-51) (Raging Bull)
1921 Jeff Donnell, South Windham Maine, actor (Gidget Goes to Rome)
1921 [Leopold J] Paul Cammermans, Flemish actor (Getatoeerde Rose)
1921 Revaz Il'yich Lagidze, composer
1922 Derek Prouse, writer actor/film festival director (Le Scandale)
1922 Herb McKenley, Jamaica, 4 X 400m relay runner (Olympic-gold-1952)
1923 Jean Kerr, Scranton Pa, novelist (Please Don't Eat the Daisies)
1925 Dorothea Hochletiner, Austria, giant slalom (Olympic-bronze-1956)
1926 Fred Gwynne
1926 Fred Gwynne
1926 Fred Gwynne
1926 Fred Gwynne
1926 Fred Gwynne
1926 Carleton Carpenter, Bennington Vt, actor (Up Periscope, Summer Stock)
1926 Fred Gwynne, NYC, actor (Car 54 Where Are You, Munsters)
1927 David Norman Dinkins, (1st black Mayor-D-NYC, 1990-93)
1927 Don Revie, English soccer coach (Leeds, National team)
1927 Paul Whr, writer
1927 William Smithers, Richmond Va, actor (Witness, Peyton Place, Attack!)
1928 Jack Nel, cricketer (South African opening bat in 6 Tests 1949-57)
1929 Moe Norman, Kitchener Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1966 Quebec Open)
1930 Jacques Klein, Brazilian pianist
1931 Alice Munro, author (Dance of the Happy Shades)
1931 Del Insko, harness racer (toothpick in mouth, 1969 money leader)
1931 Julian May, US, sci-fi author (Golden Torc, Magnificat)
1931 Nick Adams, Nanticoke Pa, actor (Johnny Yuma-Rebel)
1932 Jrgen Becker, writer
1933 Chuan-Kwang Yang, Taiwan, decathlete (Olympic-silver-1960)
1933 Jerry Herman, Broadway composer (Hello Dolly)
1934 Munir Malik, Pakistani cricket pace bowler (3 Tests 1959-62)
1936 Barbara B Kennelly, (Rep-D-Connecticut, 1982- )
1936 Jan Wincenty Hawel, composer
1937 Sandy Stewart, Phila Pa, singer (Sing Along With Mitch, Mr President)
1939 Lawrence Pressman, Ky, actor (Man From Atlantis, Hellstrom Chronicle)
1940 Dawid J "Dawie" de Villiers, S African minister of energy (1989- )
1940 Keith Stackpole, cricketer (aggressive Australian opener 1966-74)
1940 Mills Watson, Oakland Calif, actor (Harper Valley PTA, BJ & Bear)
1941 Ian Whitcomb, England, rocker (You Turn Me On)
1941 Pyotr Ilyich Klimuk, Poland, cosmonaut (Soyuz 13, 18B, 30)
1941 Robert Pine, Scarsdale NY, actor (Joe Getraer-CHiPs)
1943 Arthur Ashe
1943 Arthur Ashe
1943 Arthur Ashe
1943 Arthur Ashe
1943 Arthur Ashe
1943 Arthur Ashe, tennis pro (1968 US Open, 1975 Wimbledon)
1943 Jerry Miller, Tacoma Wa, rock guitarist (Moby Grape)
1944 Beaky, rocker
1945 Ron Glass, Evansville IN, actor (Harris-Barney Miller, Frank's Place)
1945 [Sarah] Virginia Wade, England, tennis star (Wimbledon 1977)
1946 Sue Lyon, Davenport Iowa, actress (Lolita, Night of the Iguana)
1947 Arlo Guthrie, singer (Alice's Restaurant, City of New Orleans).
1947 Arlo Guthrie, singer (Alice's Restaurant, City of New Orleans).
1947 Arlo Guthrie, Bkln, singer (Alice's Restaurant, City of New Orleans)
1947 Camilla Parker Bowles, lover of Prince Charles
1947 Jeff Hanna, Detroit, country singer (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) [or 8/11]
1947 John Trevor Key, photographer
1949 Dave Smally, rocker (Raspberries)
1949 Mark Shera, Bayonne NJ, actor (SWAT, Barnaby Jones)
1949 Ronnie James Dio, rocker (Dio-Holy Diver, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath)
1949 Sunil Gavaskar, Indian cricket player (opener, 10122 Test runs)
1949 Wally Bryson, NC, rock guitarist/vocalist (Fotomaker, Raspberries)
1950 Willie Ford, US R&B-singer (Dramatics-Me & Mrs Jones)
1953 Rik "The Rocket" Emmett, Toronto, rock vocalist (Triumph)
1954 Andre Dawson, Miami Fla, outfielder (Expos, Cubs, 1987 NL MVP)
1954 Gene Holder, rocker
1954 Neil Francis Tennant, rocker (Pet Shop Boys-Left to My Own Devices)
1955 Pamela Theresa Jiles, NO LA, 4X400m relayer (Olympic-silver-1976)
1960 Rob de Weerd, Dutch rock guitarist (Trckener Kecks)
1960 Roger Craig, NFL reciever (SF 49ers)
1962 Mike Saxon, NFL punter (Minn Vikings)
1964 Felipe Martinez, jockey
1965 Buddy Groom, Dallas TX, pitcher (Oakland A's)
1965 Scott Michael McCarron, Sacramento CA, PGA golfer (1995 Las Vegas-3rd)
1966 Alvoid Mays, NFL cornerback (Pitts Steelers)
1967 Alfred Jackson, NFL cornerback (Minn Vikings)
1967 Virgil Breedveld, soccer player (Dordrecht '90)
1968 Hassisba Boulmerka, Algeria, 1500m (Olympics-gold-92)
1969 Marty Cordova, Las Vegas NV, outfielder (Minn Twins)
1970 Klaas Van Noortwijk, cricketer (Holland batsman 1996 World Cup)
1971 Adam Foote, Toronto, NHL defenseman (Colorado Avalanche, Team Canada)
1971 Brent Alexander, NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals)
1972 Damon Sharpe, Cleveland Ohio, actor/musician (Guys Next Door)
1973 Claudius Wright, WLAF CB (London Monarchs)
1974 Idalmis Marina Vidal, Miss Florida USA (1996)
1974 Jennifer Montica Curry, Muscatine Iowa, Miss America-Iowa (1996)
1980 Thomas Ian Nicholas, actor (Radio Flyer, Rookie of the Year)

Events


552 Origin of Armenian calendar
1040 Lady Godiva rides naked on horseback to force her husband, the Earl of Mercia, to lower taxes
1460 Wars of Roses: Richard of York defeats King Henry VI at Northampton
1520 King Charles V & King Henry VIII signs treaty of Calais
1553 Lady Jane Grey becomes queen of England
1568 Battle on Eems: Dutch Water garrison beats Spanish
1584 Spanish army leader Richebourg conquerors Liefkenshoek, Belgium
1598 Spanish theater plays "Moros y Los Cristianos" in Rio Grande
1609 Catholic German monarchy forms Catholic League
1627 English fleet under George Villiers reach La Rochelle [NS=June 20]
1629 1st non-Separatist Congregational Church in US founded (Salem, MA)
1645 Battle at Langport Somerset: Cromwell's New Model-army beats Royalists
1652 England declares war on Netherlands
1690 Battle of Beachy Head-French fleet defeat Anglo-Dutch fleet
1690 Neth-French sea battle at Beachy Head (Cornelis Evertsen)
1746 Bonnie Prince Charlie flees in disguise to Isle of Skye
1762 Roubiliacs monument for Hndel unveiled at Westminster Abbey
1775 Horatio Gates, issues order excluding blacks from Continental Army
1797 1st US frigate, the "United States," is launched in Phila
1810 Emperor Napoleon corpse leaves Netherlands for France
1832 Pres Jackson vetoed legislation to re-charter 2nd Bank of US
1847 Urbain J J Leverrier & John Couch Adams, codiscoverers of Neptune meet for 1st time at home of John Herschel
1850 VP Fillmore becomes pres following Zachary Taylor's death
1861 Lincoln writes to Kentucky's militia & says Union troops will not enter that state
1862 US begins construction of Central Pacific Railroad
1863 Battle of Charleston, SC (Morris Island) [->SEP 06]
1863 Battle of Jackson, MS - captured by federals [->JUL 16] US1000 CS1339
1866 Indelible pencil patents by Edson P Clark, Northampton, Mass
1873 French poet Paul Verlaine wounds Arthur Rimbaud with pistol
1884 1st Test Cricket to be played at Old Trafford 1st day washed out
1886 George Goldie gets charter for Royal Niger Company
1886 Eruption of Tarawera volcano destroys famous pink & white calcium carbonate hot-spring terraces (North Island, New Zealand)
1890 Wyoming becomes the 44th state.
1890 Wyoming becomes the 44th state.
1890 Wyoming becomes 44th state of US (1st with female suffrage)
1892 1st concrete-paved street built (Bellefountaine, Ohio)
1898 Jean-Baptiste Marchands expedition reaches Fashoda at White Hippo
1905 Dutch Queen Wilhelmina opens Technical Hague court
1908 H Kamerlingh Onnes makes helium liquid (-269C)
1910 Chicago White Sox Comiskey Park opens, visiting Browns win 2-0
1911 105F (41C) at North Bridgton, Maine (state record)
1912 Hannes Kolehmainen runs world record 5000m (14:36.6)
1913 134F (57C), Greenland Ranch, Calif (US record)
1913 Romania declares war on Bulgaria
1914 Boston Red Sox purchase Babe Ruth from Baltimore Orioles
1915 British/South African troops march into German SW-Africa
1917 Emma Goldman imprisoned for obstructing draft
1918 Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic forms
1919 Dutch 1st Chamber approves woman suffrage
1919 Pres Wilson personally delivers Treaty of Versailles to Senate
1920 Tris Speaker is stopped at 11 consecutive hits by Tom Zachary
1923 2-pound hailstones kill 23 & many cattle (Rostov, Russia)
1923 All non-fascist parties dissolved in Italy
1924 Denmark takes Greenland as Norway ends claim
1924 Railroad worker strike ends in Amsterdam
1925 USSR's official news agency TASS established.
1925 The Scopes "Monkey Trial" on evolution, starts.
1925 USSR's official news agency TASS established.
1925 The Scopes "Monkey Trial" on evolution, starts.
1925 Jury selection took place in John T Scopes evolution trial
1925 USSR's official news agency TASS forms
1926 30th US Golf Open: Bobby Jones shoots a 293 at Scioto CC in Ohio
1926 Lake Denmark, NJ arsenal explodes, kills 21, $75m damage
1928 Senator Milt Gaston hurls record tying 14-hit shutout
1929 In game between Pirates & Phillies 9 HRs hit 1 in each inning
1929 US issues newer, smaller-sized paper currency
1932 Jack Burnett gets 9 hits, Eddie Rommel relieves in 2nd 18-17 victory in 18 as his A's beats Indians in longest relief job
1933 1st police radio system operated, Eastchester Township, NY
1934 1st sitting US president to visit South America, FDR in Colombia
1934 2nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 9-7 at Polo Grounds, New York
1934 Carl Hubbell strikes out Ruth, Gehrig & Foxx in All star game
1936 109F (43C) Cumberland & Frederick, Maryland (state record)
1936 110F (43C) at Runyon, New Jersey (state record
1936 111F (44C) Phoenixville, Pennsylvania (state record)
1936 112F (44C) at Martinsburg, West Virginia (state record
1936 New Straits Convention allows Turkish rearmament of Dardanelles
1936 Phillies Chuck Klein becomes 4th to hit 4 HRs in a game
1937 Dutch Django Reinhardts "Quintette, premieres in du Hot Club"
1938 "Yankee Clipper" completes 1st passenger flight over Atlantic
1938 Howard Hughes flies around the world in 91 hours
1940 Battle of Britain begins as Nazi forces attack by air.
1940 Battle of Britain begins as Nazi forces attack by air.
1940 Battle of Britain began as Nazi forces attacked by air (114 days)
1940 German planes attack British ships in the Canal
1942 Himmler orders sterilization of all Jewish woman in Ravensbrck Camp
1942 Netherland's govt in exile (London) recognizes Soviet Union
1943 6th day of battle at Kursk
1943 US & Britain invade Sicily in WW II (Operation Husky)
1944 U-821 sinks
1945 Lt-adm Marc Mitscher named chief of US Navy staff
1946 Belgian govt of Acker, resigns
1947 200 die when train derails & fell into a river in Canton, China
1947 Cleveland Indian Don Black no-hits Phila A's, 3-0
1948 "Allegro" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 318 performances
1948 "Ballet Ballads" closes at Music Box Theater NYC after 62 performances
1948 "Look Ma, I'm Dancin'" closes at Adelphi Theater NYC after 188 perfs
1948 Lydda Airfield captured by Israeli army
1949 1st practical rectangular TV tube announced-Toledo, Oh
1949 WJAR TV channel 10 in Providence, RI (NBC) begins broadcasting
1950 "Your Hit Parade" premieres on NBC (later CBS) TV
1951 18th All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 8-3 at Briggs Stadium, Detroit
1951 Armistice talks to end Korean conflict began at Kaesong
1953 82nd British Golf Open: Ben Hogan shoots a 282 at Carnoustie Dai Rees
1953 Pravda reports arrest of Beria [affiliate of imperialist]
1956 23rd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 7-3 at Griffith Stadium, Wash DC
1956 650,000 US steel workers go on strike
1956 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island
1958 1st parking meter installed in England (625 installed)
1958 Ex-king Norodom Sihanoek appointed premier of Cambodia
1960 Belgium sends troops to Congo
1960 Louise Suggs wins LPGA Youngstown Kitchens (Trumball Golf Open)
1962 Telstar, 1st communications satelite launched.
1962 Telstar, 1st communications satelite launched.
1962 32nd All Star Baseball Game: NL wins 3-1 at D.C. Stadium, Washington
1962 All star MVP: Maury Wills (LA Dodgers)
1962 Martin Luther King Jr arrested during demonstration in Georgia
1962 Telstar, 1st geosynchronous communications satellite, launched
1962 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Christmas Island
1964 Jesus Alou is 1st Giant in 40 years to get 6 hits in a game
1964 Mose Tsjombe becomes premier of Congo
1965 Beatles' "Beatles' "VI," album goes #1 & stays #1 for 6 weeks
1965 Rolling Stones score their 1st #1, "I Can't Get No Satisfaction"
1966 Orbiter 1 Launched to moon.
1966 Orbiter 1 Launched to moon.
1966 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Buckeye Savings Golf Invitational
1966 US launches Orbiter 1 to the Moon
1967 Bobbie Gentry records "Ode to Billie Joe"
1968 NL announces break into 2 divisions for 1969
1969 Chilean Association of Librarians created
1969 NL votes to split into 2 divisions
1971 100th British Golf Open: Lee Trevino shoots a 278 at Royal Birkdale
1971 Failed attempt on King Hassan II Shirat Morocco, 101 killed
1972 Democratic convention opens in Miami Beach Florida (McGovern)
1972 Herd of stampeding elephants kills 24, Chandka Forest India
1973 Bahamas declares Independence from UK & adopts constitution
1974 OPEC ends oil boycott against Netherlands
1974 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1975 Cher files for divorce from Gregg Allman, 10 days after they married
1975 Gladys Knight & Pips Summer Series premieres on NBC-TV
1975 Test Cricket debut of Graham Gooch, v Australia, out for a pair
1976 105th British Golf Open: Johnny Miller shoots a 279 at Royal Birkdale
1976 Chemical factory in Milan explodes (dioxane cloud)
1977 "Happy End" closes at Martin Beck Theater NYC after 75 performances
1977 Pat Bradley wins LPGA Bankers Trust Golf Classic
1978 Bloodless military coup in Mauritania
1978 Military coup in Mauritania, president Moktar flees
1979 Chuck Berry sentenced to 4 months for $200,000 in tax evasion
1980 Ayatollah Khomeini releases Iran hostage Richard I. Queen
1980 Ayatollah Khomeini releases Iran hostage Richard I. Queen
1980 Ayatollah Khomeini releases Iran hostage Richard I Queen
1980 Willie Jones hospitalized for heat stroke with record 46.5C temp
1981 CERN achieves 1st proton-antiproton beam collision (570 GeV)
1981 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1982 Miguel Vasquez makes 1st public quadruple somersault on trapeze
1982 Rangers Larry Parrish hits his 3rd grand slam of the week
1982 Samuel Morses "Gallery of the Louvre" sells for $3,250,000
1982 Zimbabwe beats Bermuda by 5 wickets to win ICC Trophy
1985 French agents sink Greenpeace "Rainbow Warrior" in New Zealand.
1985 French agents sink Greenpeace "Rainbow Warrior" in New Zealand.
1985 Coca-Cola Co announces it will resume selling old formula Coke
1985 French agents sink Greenpeace's Rainbow Warrior in NZ
1985 Playboy publishes full frontal nude pictures of Madonna
1988 Terry-Jo Myers wins LPGA Mayflower Golf Classic
1989 Paula Ivan runs female world record 1 mile (4:15.61)
1990 61st All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 2-0 at Wrigley Field, Chicago
1990 All star MVP: Julio Franco (Texas Rangers)
1990 Andrew Dice Clay cries on Arsenio Hall Show
1990 Last day of Test Cricket for Richard Hadlee
1991 Boris Yeltsin sworn in as 1st elected president of Russian Rep
1991 L'Express Airlines Beechcraft C-99 crashes in Alabama, killing 13
1992 John Ellis becomes CEO of Seattle Mariners
1992 Spaceship Giotto (Halley 1986) approaches comet Grigg-Skjellerup
1992 SuriPop VII, Suriname Popular Song Festival
1992 US Major Soccer League folds after 14 seasons
1993 Melchior Ndadaye becomes 1st Hutu Burundi pres/Sylvie Kinigi, PM
1993 Yobes Ondieki runs world record 10km (26:58.38)
1994 "Hedda Gabler" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 33 performances
1994 Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian weds Debbie Leavitt
1994 Fred Norris (from the Howard Stern Show) marries Allison Furman
1994 Kelly Robbins wins Jamie Farr Toledo Golf Classic by Owens-Corning
1994 Nepal premier Girija Prasadkoirala resigns
1994 Sonia O'Sullivan runs female world record 2K (5:25.36)
1997 Hideki Irabu makes his debut as a NY Yankee, he beats Tigers 10-3
1997 Louise Woodward's trial begins in Mass, Nanny murder trial
1997 RJR Nabisco announces it will replace Joe Camel in new ads

That's All....

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