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Wednesday, July 3, 2019.



Birthdays


1423 Louis XI, King of France (1461-83)
1567 Samuel de Champlain, explorer
1567 Samuel de Champlain, explorer
1567 Samuel de Champlain, explorer (Lake Champlain)
1683 Edward Young, English poet (Revenge, Complaint)
1687 Arnold Hoogvliet, Dutch poet (Abraham the Patriarch)
1728 Robert Adam, architect/designer (Adelphi Terrace, London)
1731 Samuel Huntington, (Gov-Ct), Continental Congress pres
1738 John Singleton Copley, Mass, finest colonial American artist
1793 John Claire, England, poet
1794 Eberhard F Walcker, German organ builder (Paulskirche Frankfurt)
1796 Nikoli A Poveloi, Russian writer/publisher (Sotsjinenija) [NS]
1802 Joseph Labitzky, composer
1814 Janis Cimze, composer
1819 Louis Theodore Gouvy, composer
1820 E.J.P.F. de JonquiŠres --1901
1820 E.J.P.F. de JonquiŠres --1901
1820 E.J.P.F. de JonquiŠres --1901
1820 E.J.P.F. de JonquiŠres --1901
1820 E.J.P.F. de JonquiŠres --1901
1821 F Krnberger, writer
1828 John Austin Wharton, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1865
1846 Achilles Alferaki, composer
1850 Alfredo Kiel, composer
1854 Leos Jan cek, Hukvaldy Moravia Czech, composer (Foster Suite)
1855 Piotr Maszynski, composer
1860 Charlotte Perkins Gilman, economist/lecturer/author/feminist
1860 William Wallace, composer
1861 Peter Jackson, heavyweight boxer (hall of famer)
1862 Friedrich Ernst Koch, composer
1866 H.F. Baker --1956
1866 H.F. Baker --1956
1866 H.F. Baker --1956
1866 H.F. Baker --1956
1866 H.F. Baker --1956
1870 Richard B Bennett, (C) 11th Canadian PM (1930-35)
1871 Vicente Arregui Garay, composer
1872 Habib Ullah Chan, emir of Afghanistam (1901-19)
1874 Apirana Turupa Ngata, Kawaka NZ, Maori political/cultural leader
1875 Ernst F Sauerbruch, German nazi/surgeon
1878 George M. Cohan
1878 George M. Cohan
1878 George M. Cohan
1878 George M. Cohan
1878 George M. Cohan
1878 George M Cohan, actor/singer (Phantom Pres, Give My Regards to Bdwy)
1879 Philippe Gaubert, composer
1880 Carl Schuricht, composer
1881 Leon Errol, Australian actor (Ziegfeld Follies, What a Blonde!)
1883 Franz Kafka, Czech, author (Metamorphosis, The Trial, Amerika)
1883 Franz Kafka, Czech, author (Metamorphosis, The Trial, Amerika)
1883 Alfred Korzybski, Poland, scientist (Science & Sanity)
1883 Franz Kafka, Czech, author (Metamorphosis, Trial, Amerika)
1883 Moses Leverock Crossley, US bio-chemist
1886 Francis Carco[pino], French author/critic (L'Homme Traqu‚)
1886 Raymond A Spruance, US admiral/fleet commander/ambassador
1892 Wilhelm Rettich, composer
1893 Mississippi John Hurt, rocker
1895 Oles' Semyonovich Chishko, composer
1896 Doris Lloyd, actress (Bachelor Father, Charley's Aunt, Sarah & Son)
1897 J. Douglas --1965
1897 J. Douglas --1965
1897 J. Douglas --1965
1897 J. Douglas --1965
1897 J. Douglas --1965
1899 Klimenty Arkad'yevich Korchmaryov, composer
1899 Otto Reinhold, composer
1900 John Mason Brown, Louisville Ky, critic (Tonight on Broadway)
1902 Jack Newman, NZ cricket lefty pace bowler (1932-33, later knighted)
1903 Jean du Bela, [Simon Buytekant], singer/actor (Chaste Susanna)
1906 Francis Steegmuller, US, biographer (Cocteau)
1906 George Sanders, Russia, actor (All About Eve-Academy Award 1950)
1906 Gwendolen Rees, zoologist
1907 Arthur Steel, Dutch architect (Group '32)
1907 Gene Gutche, composer
1908 Thomas Narcejac, Rochefort-sur-Mer France, writer (Vertigo)
1909 Earl L Butz, US Secretary of Agriculture (1971-76); a real Butz
1909 Lucy Kroll, entertainment agent
1909 Stavros Niachos, Greece, shipping magnate (Those Fabulous Greeks)
1910 Bernard Burrows, British diplomat
1910 Eric Franklin, Indian civil servant
1911 Joe Hardstaff Jr, cricketer (son of Joseph, 23 Tests for England)
1912 Edward Jones, North Ireland lord justice of appeals
1913 Dorothy Kilgallen, Chic Ill, columnist (What's My Line?)
1913 Hugh Stirling MacKenzie, British vice admiral
1913 William Deakin, warden (St Anthony's College Oxford)
1917 Helene Cordet, entertainer/nightclub owner
1918 Lord Mulley, British MP (Labour)
1920 John Ayers Lessard, composer
1920 Louise Allbritton, Okla City, actr (Celia-Stage Door, Got a Secret)
1921 Susan Peters, Spokane WA, actress (Random Harvest, Young Ideas)
1922 Art Fowler, baseball player
1922 Corneille [Cornelis G of Beverloo], Dutch painter (Africa, Antilles)
1922 Fran‡ois Reichenbach, French director (La douceur du Village)
1922 Tom Hudson, artist/teacher
1923 Baroness Ryder, of Warsaw & Cavendish, worked for sick & disabled
1923 Emmanuel Bankole Timothy, journalist
1923 William Mills, painter
1924 Geoffrey Sammons, senior partner (Allen & Overy)
1925 Michael Oliver, cardiologist
1926 Johnny Coles, trumpeter
1926 Joseph M Gaydos, (Rep-D-PA, 1969- )
1927 Ken Russell
1927 Ken Russell
1927 Ken Russell
1927 Ken Russell
1927 Ken Russell
1927 Charles Vandenhove, Belgian architect (Standard-Omnisporthal, Luik)
1927 Ken Russell, England, director (Tommy, Altered States, Gothic)
1927 William McMillan, moderator (Gen Assembly of Church of Scot) [or 1/29]
1928 Evelyn Anthony, English historical writer (Poellenberg Inheritance)
1928 G B Fuchs, writer
1928 John Wills, lord-lt of Avon England
1929 Eustace Gibbs, vice marshal (Diplomatic Corps)
1930 Carlos Kleiber, Berlin Germany, conductor (Bavarian State Orch 1968)
1930 Pete Fountain, New Orleans, jazz clarinetist (Lawrence Welk 1957-59)
1931 Andres Burnier, [Catharina Dessaur], criminologist/author (Jongensuur)
1934 Manfred Bieler, writer
1935 Harrison H "Jack" Schmitt, Santa Rita NM, astronaut (Apollo 17)
1935 John Swan, PM (Bermuda)
1936 Anthony Lester, CEO (Runnymede Trust)
1936 Eric Russell, cricketer (England opening batsman early 60s)
1937 Tom Stoppard
1937 Tom Stoppard
1937 Tom Stoppard
1937 Tom Stoppard
1937 Tom Stoppard
1937 Tom Stoppard, Czech, playwright (Rosencrantz & Guildenstern-1968 Tony)
1938 David Gandolfo, horse trainer
1938 Shin Geum Dan, North Korea, 400m/800m runner (1962 world record)
1939 Jay Tarses, Balt Md, actor/writer (Open All Night, Duck Factory)
1940 Cesar Tovar, baseball player
1940 Fontella Bass, St Louis Mo, vocalist (Rescue Me)
1940 Heather Steel, British judge
1940 Lance Larson, US, 100m freestyle swimmer (Olympic-silver-1960)
1941 Adoor Gopalakrishnan, cinematographer (Kathapurushan, Mathulikal)
1941 Gloria Allred, feminist attorney
1942 Kurtwood Smith, New Lisbon Wisc, actor (Rambo III, Robocop)
1943 Gary Waldhorn, actor (To the Camp & Back)
1943 Geraldo Rivera, [Gerry Rivers], NYC, news personality (20/20, Geraldo)
1943 Judith Durham, singer
1943 Norman E Thagard, Marianna Fl, MD/astro (STS 7, 51-B, 30, 42, 71, Mir)
1944 Paul Young, actor (Another Time Another Place)
1945 Iain MacDonald-Smith, England, yachtsman (Olympic-gold-1968)
1945 Michael Cole, Madison Wisc, actor (Pete-Mod Squad)
1945 Michael Martin, MP
1945 Mike Corby, London, guitarist (Babys-Back on My Feet Again)
1947 Betty Buckley, Big Springs Tx, actress (Abby-8 is Enough, 1776, Cats)
1948 Paul BarrŠre, Cal, rock vocalist/guitarist (Little Feat-Sailin' Shoes)
1948 Peter Ruzicka, composer
1949 Jan Smithers, N Hollywood Calif, actress (Bailey-WKRP)
1949 Susan Penhaligon, Manilla Philippines, actress (Dracula, Nasty Habits)
1950 Damon Harris, Balt Md, rocker (Temptations-My Girl)
1950 Ewen Chatfield, NZ cricketer pace bowler (1975-89)
1951 Jean-Claude Duvalier, [Papa Doc], deposed Haitian president-for-life
1951 Richard Hadlee, Christchurch, NZ, cricket bowler (431 wickets)
1952 Alan Autry
1952 Alan Autry
1952 Alan Autry
1952 Alan Autry
1952 Alan Autry
1952 Alan Autry, NFLer (Green Bay Packers)/actor (Heat of the Night)
1952 Bill Badgett Jr, horse trainer
1952 Wasim Raja, cricketer (bro of Rameez, Pakistani lefty bat & leggie)
1953 Alynne Beth Amkraut, Amityville NY, entertainer
1953 Frank Tanana, baseball pitcher (Calif Angels)
1954 Debbie Skinner, LPGA golfer
1955 Julia Lyndon, Buffalo NY, playmate (August, 1977)
1955 Matt Keough, baseball player (Oakland A's, NY Yankees)
1955 Mike Corby, rocker
1955 Neil Clar, rock guitarist (Lloyd Cole & The Commotions)
1956 Eddie Edwards, South Africa, tennis star
1956 Montel Williams, TV talk show host (Montel)
1957 Danny Heep, baseball player
1957 Faye Resnick, author (Nicole Brown Simpson-Private Diary)
1957 Laura Branigan, Brewster NY, vocalist (Gloria)
1957 Orel Hershiser, Buffalo NY, pitcher (LA Dodgers, Cleveland Indians)
1958 Aaron Tippin, Pensacola Fl, singer (You've Got to Stand for Something)
1958 Robert Foth, Buffalo NY, air rifle (Olympics-1988, 92, 96)
1959 Andreas Wisniewski, Berlin German FR, actor (Living Daylights)
1959 Stephen Pearcy, LA Calif, heavy metal vocalist (RATT-Round & Round)
1959 Stoyan Deltchev, Bulgaria, horizontal bar gymnist (Olympic-gold-1980)
1960 Jack Daugherty, baseball player
1961 Liz Stewart, SF Calif, playmate (July, 1984)
1961 Vince Clarke, Basildon Essex, rock keyboardist (Erasure)
1962 Tom Cruise (Thomas Cruise Mapother IV), a top gun
1962 Tom Cruise (Thomas Cruise Mapother IV), a top gun
1962 Tom Cruise (Thomas Cruise Mapother IV), a top gun
1962 Tom Cruise (Thomas Cruise Mapother IV), a top gun
1962 Tom Cruise (Thomas Cruise Mapother IV), a top gun
1962 Hunter Tylo, [Deborah Hunter], model (PantŠne)/actr (Bold & Beautiful)
1962 Taylor Dayne, [Lesley Wunderman], NY, vocalist (Tell it to My Heart)
1962 Thomas Gibson, actor (Dr Daniel Nyland-Chicago Hope)
1962 Tom Cruise, Syracuse, actor (Risky Business, Jerry MaGuire, Rainman)
1963 Don August, baseball player
1964 Gary Ryan, rocker (Blackhearts)
1964 Joe Hamorski, Peru IN, Nike golfer (1994 NIKE Greater Greenville-9th)
1964 Louis Clark, NFL receiver (Seattle)/WLAF coach (Amsterdam Admirals)
1964 Pia Reyes, Manila Philipines, playmate (Nov, 1988)
1964 Warren Newson, Newnan GA, outfielder (Texas Rangers)
1965 Arno Hofstede, Dutch soccer player (Willem II, Go Ahead Eagles)
1965 Bobby Gage, Winsted CA, Nike golfer (1993 NIKE Wichita Open-16th)
1965 Dan Land, NFL cornerback/safety (Oakland Raiders)
1965 Greg Vaughn, Sacramento CA, outfielder (Milwaukee Brewers, SD Padres)
1965 Shinya Hashimoto, wrestler (NJPW)
1965 Vinson Smith, NFL linebacker (Chic Bears)
1966 Moises Alou, Atlanta GA, outfielder (Montreal Expos)
1966 Neil O'Donnell, NFL quarterback (Pitts Steelers)
1967 Amy Van Horne, actress (Carla Solieto-The City)
1968 Jeff Phillips, Westwood NJ, actor (Hart Jessup-Guiding Light)
1968 Teppo Numminen, Tampere Fin, NHL defenseman (Winnipeg Jets, Coyotes)
1969 Elan Carter, Nutley NJ, playmate (June, 1994)
1970 Preston Jones, WLAF quarterback (London Monarchs)
1970 Teemu Selanne, Helsinki Fin, NHL right wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
1970 Victor Bailey, NFL wide receiver (KC Chiefs)
1971 Terry Irving, NFL outside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
1972 Leigh Andrew-Pearso, North Vancouver BC Canada, 470 yachter (Oly-96)
1972 Ontiwaun Carter, WLAF running back (Rhein Fire)
1973 Adrian Aucoin, Ottawa, NHL defenseman (Vancouver Canucks)
1973 Devin Bush, NFL strong safety (Atlanta Falcons)
1973 Fred Rodriguez, Bogota Colombia, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1974 Jamie Feick, NBA forward (Milwaukee Bucks)
1975 Jennifer Salinas, Miss USA-Illinois (1997)
1975 John Hargis, US, Little Rock Ark, 100m butterfly (Olympics-96)
1975 Keri Houlihan, Penn, actress (Molly-Our House)
1976 Andrea Barber, actress (Kimmy Gibbler-Full House)
1976 Henry Olonga, cricketer (1st black Zimbabwe Test cricketer v Pak 1995)
1976 Shane Lynch, Dublin Ireland, Irish singer (Boyzone)
1977 Ludmila Richterova, Kosice Slovakia, tennis star
1979 Lauren Alviti, Miss Rhode Island Teen USA (1997)
1986 ?, 1st Dutch test tube baby born

Events


Dog Days begin.
Dog Days begin.
323 Battle at Adrianopolis: Flavius Julius Crispus' beats emperor Licinius
683 St Leo II ends his reign as Catholic Pope
987 Hugo Capet crowned king of France
1090 Battle at Hagenoorde: German emperor beats earl Egbert II
1187 Crusaders enter Tiberias
1428 Treaty of Delft-between Jacoba of Bayern & Philip the Good
1468 Duke Charles the Stout marries Princess Margaretha of York
1608 City of Quebec founded by Samuel de Champlain
1608 City of Quebec founded by Samuel de Champlain
1608 Samuel de Champlain founded city of Quebec
1630 Emperor Ferdinand II opens German Parliament
1661 Portugal gives Tanger & Bombay to English King Charles II
1720 Sweden & Denmark sign peace treaty
1754 George Washington surrenders to French, Ft Necessity (7 Years' War)
1775 Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass
1775 Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass
1775 Washington takes command of Continental Army at Cambridge, Mass
1778 British forces massacre 360 men, women & children in Wyoming, Pa
1778 Prussia declares war on Austria
1806 Michael Keens exhibits 1st cultivated strawberry
1814 Americans capture Fort Erie Canada
1816 French frigate "Medusa" runs aground off Cap Blanc. Gross incompetence kills 150 in calm seas
1819 1st savings bank in US (Bank of Savings in NYC) opens its doors
1819 1st savings bank in US (Bank of Savings in NYC) opens its doors
1819 1st savings bank in US (Bank of Savings in NYC) opens its doors
1839 1st state normal school in US opens, Lexington, Mass, with 3 students
1841 John Couch Adams decides to determine position of an unknown planet by irregularities it causes in the motion of Uranus
1848 Slaves freed in Danish West Indies (now US Virgin Islands)
1852 Congress authorizes US's 2nd mint (San Francisco, Calif)
1853 Commodore Matthew Perry reach Japan
1861 Pony Express arrives in SF with overland letters from New York.
1861 Pony Express arrives in SF with overland letters from New York.
1861 Colonal Jackson receives his commission as brigadier general
1861 Pony Express arrives in SF with overland letters from NY
1861 Martinsburg, VA - Confederate forces pull out before US advance
1863 Battle of Donaldsonville, LA
1863 Battle of Gettysburg Pa ends, major victory for North
1864 Battle of Chattahoochie River, GA [until Jul 9]
1864 Harpers Ferry, WV - Federals evacuate in face of Early's advance
1871 Jesse James robs bank in Corydon, Iowa ($45,000)
1876 Montenegro declares war on Turkey
1883 SS Daphne sinks on Clyde River Scotland; 195 die
1884 Dow Jones published it's 1st stock avg
1886 1st NY Tribune printing using 1st commercial linotype machine
1886 In Germany, Karl Benz drives 1st automobile
1888 NY Giant pitcher Rube Marquard ties record of 19 game win-streak
1890 Idaho becomes 43rd state.
1890 Idaho becomes 43rd state.
1890 Idaho admitted as 43rd US state
1890 King Leopold II gives Congo to Belgium
1895 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Black Peter" (BG)
1898 US Navy defeats Spanish fleet in the harbor at Santiago Cuba
1898 US Navy defeats Spanish fleet in the harbor at Santiago Cuba
1898 American troops captured deserted Wake Island
1898 Dutch Automobile Club forms (KNAC)
1898 Joshua Slocum completes 1st solo circumnavigation of the globe
1898 US Navy defeats Spanish fleet in Santiago harbor, Cuba
1902 Excelsior soccer team forms in Rotterdam
1905 Kuyper govt forms in Holland
1905 Marvin Hart KOs Jack Hart in 12 for heavyweight boxing title
1907 Pope decree forbids modernization of theology
1911 Ty Cobb hits in his 40th straight game. Does not get a hit next day
1912 NY Giant pitcher Rube Marquard ties record of 19 game win-streak
1913 Common tern banded in Maine; found dead in 1919 in Africa (1st bird known to have crossed the Atlantic)
1915 US military forces occupy Haiti, remain until 1934
1916 1st of 3 fatal shark attacks occurred near NJ shore (4 die)
1917 Spontaneous demonstration at Tauride-palace Petrograd
1918 SDAP'er Suze Groenweg elected 1st woman in Dutch parliament
1920 40th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Bill Tilden beats Patterson (26 63 62 64)
1920 Java Technical School Bandung opens
1920 Royal Air Force holds an air display at Hendon, England
1923 Harbor strike in Hull/Grimsby/Cardiff/Bristol over to London
1925 38th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Suzanne Lenglen beats Joan Fry (62 60)
1927 47th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: H Cochet beats Borotra (46 46 63 64 75)
1928 1st color TV broadcast in London (John Logic Baird)
1929 Dunlop Latex Development Laboratories made foam rubber
1930 Veterans Administration created
1931 51st Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Sid Wood Jr beats F X Shields (walkover)
1931 Max Schmeling TKOs Young Stribling in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1932 1st Sunday game at Fenway Park, Yanks beat Red Sox 13-2
1932 John McGraw retires from baseball
1934 FDIC pays off 1st insured depositors, Fon du Lac Bank, East Peoria IL
1936 Jahangir Khan kills a sparrow while cricket bowling, Cambridge U v MCC
1939 Ernst Heinkel demonstrates 800-kph rocket plane to Hitler
1939 Lou Gehrig day; Gehrig makes "luckiest man" speech
1940 ARP-leader/ex-premier Colijn argues cooperation with Germany
1940 British Royal Navy sinks French fleet in North Africa
1940 German occupiers forbids using Dutch royal names
1942 Germany troop march into Sebastopol
1942 Hitler visits fieldmarshal Von Bocks headquarter/d into/d Ukraine
1943 Liberator bombers sinks U-628
1944 Oriole Park (minor league baseball stadium) burns down in Baltimore
1944 US V-III-E Army corp opens assault on Coutances Cotentin
1946 1st Dutch government of Beel forms
1947 252,288 people (record) pass through Grand Central Station, NYC
1947 Cleveland Indians purchase Larry Dolby, the 1st black in AL
1947 Soviet Union doesn't partake in Marshall Plan
1948 55th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Louise Brough beats Doris Hart (63 86)
1948 Kidnapper Caryl Chessman sentenced to death
1950 1st time US & North Korean forces clash in Korean War
1950 Casey Stengel asks Joe DiMaggio to play 1st base (handles 13 chances)
1951 33rd PGA Championship: Sam Snead at Oakmont CC Oakmont Pa
1952 Puerto Rico's constitution approved by US Congress
1953 67th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Vic Seixas beats Kurt Nielsen (97 63 64)
1954 "Wonderful Town" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 559 perfs
1954 61st Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Maureen Connolly beats L Brough (62 75)
1954 9th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson-Zaharias
1954 Food rationing ends in Britain
1958 "Andy Williams Show" premieres on ABC (later on CBS & NBC)
1959 73rd Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Alex Olmedo beats Rod Laver (64 63 64)
1959 88th British Golf Open: Gary Player shoots a 284 at Muirfield Gullane
1960 Vernon Presley (father of Elvis) weds Dee Alliot
1962 Algeria becomes independent after 132 years of French rule
1962 Algeria becomes independent after 132 years of French rule
1962 Algerian Revolution against French ends (Algeria gains ind on 7/5)
1964 78th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Roy Emerson beats Stolle (64 12-10 46 63)
1965 72nd Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Margaret Smith beats M Fraiser (64 75)
1965 Phillies Dick Allen & Frank Thomas get into a fight during practice
1965 USSR & Persia sign dam building & economic aid pact
1966 21st US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Sandra Spuzich
1966 Brave pitcher Tony Cloninger, is 1st NL to hit 2 grand slams in a game
1966 Race riots in Omaha Nebraska
1967 "News at 10" premieres on English TV
1968 41ĝF lowest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in July
1968 Cleve Indian Luis Tiant strikes out 19 Minn Twins
1969 78,000 attend Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI
1970 200,000 attend Atlanta Pop Festival
1970 77th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Margaret Smith beats King (14-12 11-9)
1970 British aircraft crashes at Barcelona, 112 killed
1970 Calif Angels Clyde Wright no-hits Oakland A's, 8-0
1971 85th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: J Newcombe beats S Smith (63 57 26 64 64)
1973 Brothers Jim & Gaylord Perry face each other for only time, Tigers beat Indians 5-4, as Gaylord loses
1973 General Walters, serves as acting director of CIA
1974 Pitching in major league-record 13th consecutive game for Dodgers
1974 Soyuz 14 carries 2 cosmonauts to space station Salyut 3
1974 Mike Marshall saves Tommy John's 4-1 win
1976 90th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Bj”rn B”rg beats Ilse Nastase (64 62 97)
1976 Adolfo Suarez becomes premier of Spain
1976 After 12 years, Brian Wilson performs with the Beach Boys
1976 Israel launches rescue of 103 Air France crew & passengers being held at Entebbe Airport in Uganda by pro-Palestinian hijackers
1977 5th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Judy Rankin
1977 Turkey: premier Ecevit goes off
1978 Establishment Amazon Pact
1978 Jane Blalock wins LPGA Mayflower Golf Classic
1978 Supreme Court rules 5-4, FCC had a right to reprimand NY radio station WBAI for broadcasting George Carlin's "Filthy Words"
1980 1st US Seniors Golf Open: Roberto deVicenzo
1980 73,096 in Cleveland watch Indians beat Yankees 7-0
1981 88th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Chris Evert beats H Mandlikova (62 62)
1981 NYC transit fare rises from 60› to 75›, new brass Y-cut-out token
1982 89th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: M Navratilova beats C Evert (61 36 62)
1982 Riot at building Stopera Amsterdam (damages Ÿ 1 million)
1983 Calvin Smith (US) becomes fastest man alive (36.25 kph for 100 m)
1983 Calvin Smith (US) becomes fastest man alive (36.25 kph for 100 m)
1983 11th du Maurier Golf Classic (Peter Jackson Classic): Hollis Stacy
1983 97th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: John McEnroe beats Chris Lewis (62 62 62)
1983 Calvin Smith of US becomes fastest man alive (9.93 for 100m)
1983 Rangers explode for 12 runs in 15th inning of a 16-4 win over the A's
1984 Derek Underwood's maiden FC century after 22 yrs of trying
1984 Dolphin rocket launched off San Clemente Island
1984 Greenidge scores brilliant 214 off 241 balls to win Lord's Test
1984 Supreme Court rules Jaycees may be forced to admit women as members
1985 CBS announces a 21% stock buy-back to thwart Ted Turner's takeover
1986 Renovated Statue of Liberty is rededicated with great ceremony.
1986 Renovated Statue of Liberty is rededicated with great ceremony.
1986 Kuwait's National Assembly (Majlis al Umma) dissolves
1986 Pres Reagan presided over relighting of renovated Statue of Liberty
1987 2 men became 1st hot-air balloon travelers to cross Atlantic
1987 NY Met Darryl Strawberry threatens teammates Wally Backman & Lee Mazzilli for criticizing his play
1988 16th du Maurier Golf Classic: Sally Little
1988 A's Gene Nelson is 1st AL pitcher to steal a base since 1973
1988 US Vincennes in Strait of Hormoez shoots Iran Airbus A300, kills 290
1989 Peter Koech of Kenya sets 3k steeplechase rec (8:05.39) in Stockholm
1989 Supreme Court rules states do not have to provide funds for abortions
1989 The movie "Batman," set record of quickest $100 million (10 days)
1990 Members of 2 Live Crew formally charged with obscenity in Florida
1991 Donald Trump gives Marla Maples a 7.45 karat diamond ring
1991 Gateway Board of Trustees approve a 20-year lease with Cleve Indians
1992 Gary Dell'Abate (Howard Stern Show) marries Mary
1992 Mass Senator Ted Kennedy marries Victoria Reggie (38)
1993 100th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Steffi Graf beats J Novotna (76 16 64)
1993 Boon completes 16th Test Cricket century, 101 at Trent Bridge
1993 Prince Alois of Liechtenstein weds Duchess Sophie of Bavaria
1994 108th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: P Sampras beats G Ivanisevic (76 76 60)
1994 15th US Seniors Golf Open: Simon Hobday
1994 30 die in 3 fatal auto accidents in Texas
1994 Romania eliminates Argentina 3-2 in soccer world cup
1994 Tammie Green wins Youngstown-Warren LPGA Golf Classic
1997 Mississippi becomes 1st state to settle tobacco suit
2003 Barry White sings his last note.
2003 Barry White sings his last note.
2003 Barry White sings his last note.
2003 Barry White sings his last note.
2003 Barry White sings his last note.

That's All....

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