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Saturday, August 18, 2018.



Birthdays


472 Flavius Ricimer, general of the Western Roman Empire, kingmaker
1450 Marko Marulic/Marulus/Splichanin/Pechinich, Croatian poet
1579 Charlotte Flandrina van Nassau, daughter of Willem I of Orange
1587 1st English child born in New World (Virginia Dare)
1587 Virginia Dare, 1st American born of English parents
1618 Virginia Dare, 1st child born in America of English parents.
1618 Virginia Dare, 1st child born in America of English parents.
1685 B. Taylor --1731
1685 B. Taylor --1731
1685 B. Taylor --1731
1685 B. Taylor --1731
1685 Brook Taylor, England, mathematician, discoverer of Taylor's Theorem
1685 B. Taylor --1731
1745 Vaclav Josef Bartolomej Praupner, composer
1750 Antonio Salieri, Italy, composer (Tatare)
1769 Alexandre Stievenard, composer
1774 Meriwether Lewis, Charlottsville VA, capt (Lewis & Clark Expedition)
1778 Fabian Gottlieb von Bellinghausen, 1st to circumnavigate Antarctica
1792 John, 1st Earl Russell, British Whig PM (1846-52, 1865-66)
1805 Josef Danhauser, Austrian painter (Mutterliebe)
1807 Charles Francis Adams, (Union), died in 1886
1813 Benjamin Alvord, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1884
1818 William Farquhar Barry, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1879
1823 Willem J F Nuyens, Dutch physician/RC historian
1832 E. Rouch‚ --1910
1832 E. Rouch‚ --1910
1832 E. Rouch‚ --1910
1832 E. Rouch‚ --1910
1832 E. Rouch‚ --1910
1834 Marshall Field, founded a Chicago-based store chain.
1834 Marshall Field, Conway Massachusetts, owner (Field Dept Store)
1834 Marshall Field, founded a Chicago-based store chain.
1849 Benjamin Louis Paul Godard, composer
1856 Charles Hutchison Gabriel, composer
1856 Jan Karol Gali, composer
1871 Johan J Arch, graphic artist (wood cutter)
1873 Leo Slezak, Austria tenor/actor (Othello)
1873 Otto Harbach, songwriter (Smoke Gets in Your Eyes)
1875 Johan E Elias, historian (Amsterdam)
1878 Fritz Brun, composer
1881 Hermann Karl Josef Zilcher, composer
1882 Eugeen Calleen, Flemish sculptor
1882 Marcel Louis Auguste Samuel-Rousseau, composer
1883 Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel, French fashion designer (Chanel)
1887 Nico J Polak, Dutch economist
1893 Ernest MacMillan, composer
1896 Alan Mowbray, London England, actor (Dante, Colonel Flack)
1900 Walter O'Keefe, Hartford Ct, songwriter/TV host (Mayor of Hollywood)
1902 Julius Kalas, composer
1903 Ake Olof Sebastian Udden, composer
1904 [Francis] Max Factor, cosmetics manufacturer (Max Factor)
1904 Jean Dast‚, actor (Z, Sorceress, Green Room, Stormy Waters)
1904 Max Factor Jr, CEO (Max Factor Cosmetics)
1904 Sterling W Cole, (Rep-R-NY)
1905 Greta Garbo, actress famed recluse
1905 Peter Paul Kreuder, composer
1906 Andre Van Gyseghem, England, actor (Search for the Nile)
1907 Cecilia Grace Hunt Reeves Gillie, Executive (BBC)
1907 Enoch Light, Canton Ohio, orch leader (Gulf Road Show with Bob Smith)
1907 Howard Swanson, composer
1907 Otto Mortensen, composer
1908 Armijn Pane, Indonesian writer (Belenggu)
1908 Bill Merritt, cricketer (early NZ Test leg-spinner, also Northants)
1908 Edgar Faure, thriller writer/PM of France (1952, 52-56)
1908 Milan Ristic, composer
1909 Miliza Korjus, Warsaw Poland, actress (Great Waltz)
1910 Charles Wegg-Prosser, solicitor
1910 Herman Berlinski, composer
1915 Max Lanier, baseball player
1916 Elsa Morante, Italy, writer (L'isola di Arturo)
1916 Moura Lympany, Saltash England, pianist (OBE-1979)
1917 Casper Weinberger, US Secretary of Defense (1981-87)
1918 Elsa Morante, writer
1919 Walter J Hickel, (Gov-R-Alaska)/US Secretary of Interior (1969-71)
1920 Bob Kennedy, baseball player
1920 [Thomas] Godfrey Evans, English cricket keeper (1950's)
1922 Shelley Winters
1922 Shelley Winters
1922 Shelley Winters
1922 Shelley Winters
1922 Shelley Winters
1922 Alain Robbe-Grillet, France, novelist (Voyeur)
1922 Eric William Hunter Christie, barrister
1922 Shelley Winters, [Schrift], St Louis Mo, actress (Poseidon Adventure)
1923 Jahangir Khan Irani, cricket wicketkeeper for India (1947-8 Aust tour)
1923 Sadu Shinde, cricketer (Indian leg-spinner late 1940's/early 1950's)
1924 Mohammad Zia Ul-Haq, pres of Pakistan (1977-88)[or Aug 12]
1925 Brian W[ilson] Aldiss, UK, sci-fi author (Helliconia Trilogy)
1925 Tonny Til, rocker
1927 Rosalynn Carter
1927 Rosalynn Carter
1927 Rosalynn Carter
1927 Rosalynn Carter
1927 Rosalynn Carter
1927 Rosalynn Smith Carter, Georgia, 1st lady (1977-1981), Jimmy's lust
1928 Marge Schott, CEO (Cincinnati Reds)
1930 Carl Barger, Lewistown Pa, baseball pres (Pitts Pirates, Fla Marlins)
1930 Grant Williams, NYC, actor (Hawaiian Eye, Incredible Shrinking Man)
1930 Johnny Preston, Port Arthur, Tx, rocker (Feel So Fine)
1931 Henricus AFMO "Hans" van Mierlo, Dutch minister of Defense (D66)
1933 Roman Polanski
1933 Roman Polanski
1933 Roman Polanski
1933 Roman Polanski
1933 Roman Polanski
1933 Roman Polanski, Poland, director (Rosemary's Baby, Chinatown, Pirates)
1934 Rafer Lewis Johnson, Hillsboro Tx, decathlete (Olympic-gold-1960)
1934 Roberto Clemente, US baseball outfielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)
1934 Vincent Bugliosi, attorney/author (Helter-Skelter)
1935 Gail Fisher, Orange NJ, actress (Peggy-Mannix)
1935 Lajos Papp, composer
1935 Rafer Johnson, Hillsboro Texas, decathlete (Olympics-gold-60)
1937 Robert Redford
1937 Robert Redford
1937 Robert Redford
1937 Robert Redford
1937 Robert Redford
1937 Robert Redford, Calif, actor (Sting, Candidate, Natural, Great Gatsby)
1937 William George Rushton, London, actor/author/cartoonist (TW3)
1939 Joe Azcue, baseball player
1939 Johnny Preston singer (Running Bear, Cradle of Love)
1939 Molly Bee, Oklahoma City OK, actress (Pinky Lee Show)
1940 Frankie Avalon, rocker (Venus, Beach Blanket Bingo)
1940 Joan Joyce, Waterbury CT, LPGA golfer (1984 S&H Golf Classic-6th)
1941 Christopher Jones, Jackson TN, actor (Wild in the Streets)
1941 Matt Snell, NFL running back (NY Jets, Super Bowl III)
1943 Martin Mull
1943 Martin Mull
1943 Martin Mull
1943 Martin Mull
1943 Martin Mull
1943 Martin Mull, Chic Ill, actor/comedian (Bad Manners, Flick, Serial)
1943 Sarah Dash, Trenton NJ, rock vocalist (Patti LaBelle & Bluebirds)
1944 Carl Wayne, rocker (Move)
1945 Barbara Harris, US singer (Toys-A Lover's Concerto)
1945 Nona Hendryx, Trenton NJ, rocker (LaBelle-Lady Marmalade)
1948 Carol O'Neal, playmate (July, 1972)
1948 Rudy Hartono Kurniawan, Indonesia, All-England tennis champ
1949 Nigel Griggs, rocker (Split Enz)
1950 Candice Earley, Ft Hood TX, actress (Donna Tyler-All My Children)
1950 Dennis Elliot, London, rock drummer (Foreigner)
1950 Lynn Adams, Kingsville TX, LPGA golfer
1951 Greg Pruitt, NFL running back (LA Raiders, Super Bowl XVIII)
1952 Elayne Boosler, Brooklyn NY, comedienne (Broadway Baby, Party of One)
1952 Nicholas John, dramaturge
1952 Patrick Swayze, Houston Tx, actor/dancer (Dirty Dancing, Ghost)
1954 Patrick Swayze
1954 Patrick Swayze
1954 Patrick Swayze
1954 Patrick Swayze
1954 Patrick Swayze
1954 Umberto Guidoni, Rome Italy, PhD/astronaut (STS 75)
1956 Sandeep Patil, cricketer (Indian batsman Great 174 v Adelaide 1981)
1957 Carole Bouquest, Paris, actress (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)
1957 Dennis Leary, actor/comic (MTV)
1957 Ron Strykert, Australia, rock guitarist (Men At Work-Who Can it Be)
1958 Madeleine Stowe, LA Calif, actress (Tropical Snow, Bad Girls)
1960 Sonny Skinner, Porstmouth VA, Nike golfer (1993 NIKE Shreveport Open)
1961 John Viscardi, NYC, actor (Father Tony-One Life to Live)
1962 Sandra Marie Miller Farmer-Patrick, Kingston Jamaica, 400m hurdler
1963 Luiz Mattar, Brazil, tennis star
1966 Cees Lock of hair, soccer player (NEC)
1966 Steve Avery, NFL fullback (Pitts Steelers)
1967 Blas Elias Gomez, Kennedy TX, rock drummer (Slaughter-Stick it Live)
1967 John Jurkovic, defensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1967 Julie Kristen Smith, Nuhremburg Germany, choreographer (Showgirls)
1967 Tracy Tracy, rocker (Primitives-Lovely, Lump of Coal)
1968 Brian Mitchell, NFL running back (Washington Redskins)
1968 Carolyn Crudgington, Australian softball pitcher (Olympics-bronze-96)
1968 Greta Lind, Goshen NY, actress (Katie Kennicott-All My Children)
1968 Griffin Drew, Hazelhurst Georgia, actress (Dinosaur Island)
1968 John Coyle, West Bloomfield Mich, short track skater (Olympics-1994)
1968 Justin Strzelczyk, NFL guard/offensive tackle (Pitts Steelers)
1969 Christian Slater
1969 Christian Slater
1969 Christian Slater
1969 Christian Slater
1969 Christian Slater
1969 Christian Slater, actor (Robin Hood, Untamed Heart, Heathers)
1969 Isaac Austin, NBA center (Miami Heat)
1970 Malcolm-Jamal Warner
1970 Malcolm-Jamal Warner
1970 Malcolm-Jamal Warner
1970 Malcolm-Jamal Warner
1970 Malcolm-Jamal Warner
1970 Malcolm Jamal Warner, Jersey City NJ, actor (Theodore-Cosby Show)
1970 Richie Cunningham, kicker (Dallas Cowboys)
1970 Robert Higginson, Philadelphia PA, outfielder (Detroit Tigers)
1971 Jada Pinkett, actress (Set it Off, Nutty Professor, Menace II Society)
1971 Jonathan David Winter, Wellington NZ, 100m backstroker (Olympics-96)
1971 Kevin Bouie, NFL running back (Phila Eagles, Ariz Cardinals)
1971 Mindy Czuleger, Inglewood Ca, WPVA volleyballer (Myrtle Bch-17th-1994)
1971 Trey Ames, Canton Oh, actor (David-A Year in the Life)
1972 Derrick Harris, running back (St Louis Rams)
1972 Loraine Lambert, Ipswich Queensland, golfer (NZ champ 1991, 92)
1972 Nate Jones, Chicago Ill, heavyweight boxer (Olympics-bronze-96)
1972 Ray Jacobs, NFL linebacker (Denver Broncos)
1973 Alex Pijper, Dutch soccer player (FC Groningen)
1973 Clarence Benford, NFL tight end (Seattle Seahawks)
1973 Luke Fickell, defensive tackle (New Orleans Saints)
1974 Sekou Soumah, soccer player (Willem II)
1974 Shivnarine Chanderpaul, cricketer (WI left-handed batsman 1994-)
1976 Daphnee Lynn Duplaix, Manhattan NY, playmate (July 1997)
1976 Tom Malchow, US, 200m butterfly/free (Olympics-silver-96)

Events


Kappa Cygnid meteor shower, radiant in Cygnus
Kappa Cygnid meteor shower, radiant in Cygnus
410 King Alarik I's Visigoten occupies & plunders Rome
1289 Pope Nicolaus IV publishes degree "Supra montem"
1564 Spanish king Philip II joins Council of Trente
1572 King Navarra Henri de Bourbon marries Margaretha van Valois
1591 Governor of Roanoke Island colony returns from England & found everyone in the colony had disappeared [or Aug 17, 1590]
1605 Spanish army under of general Spˇnola conquerors Lingen
1674 Jean Racine's "Iphig‚nie," premieres in Versailles
1686 Cassini reports seeing a satellite orbiting Venus
1698 Russian czar Peter the Great arrives in Zaandam
1700 Swedish, English & Dutch army lands on Seeland, Denmark
1735 Evening Post begins publishing (Boston Mass)
1759 -19] 2nd sea battle of Lagos: England vs France
1769 Gunpowder in Brescia Italy church explodes, killing 3,000
1795 Cura‡ao governor De Veer sends miltia to stop rebellious slaves
1817 Gloucester, Mass, newspapers tells of wild sea serpent seen offshore
1834 Mt Vesuvius erupts
1835 Last Pottawatomie Indians leave Chicago
1838 1st US marine expedition
1840 Organization of American Society of Dental Surgeons founded (NY)
1846 Gen Stephen W Kearney's US forces captures Santa Fe NM
1858 Netherlands & Japan sign trade agreement
1862 General Lee's adjutant major Stuart captured
1862 Sioux Indians begin uprising in Minnesota (it is later crushed)
1864 6th day of battle at Deep Bottom Run, Virginia: Confederate assault
1864 Petersburg Campaign-Battle of Weldon Railroad day 1 of 3 days
1868 Pierre Janssan discovers helium in solar spectrum during eclipse
1868 Pierre Janssan discovers helium in solar spectrum during eclipse
1868 Pierre Janssan discovers helium in solar spectrum during eclipse
1870 Battle at Gravelotte Privat: Prussia beat France, 32,000 casualties
1872 1st mail-order catalog issued by A M Ward
1873 1st ascent of Mount Whitney, Calif (14,494')
1886 Carr Baker Neel & Samuel Neel win US Lawn Tennis Assn doubles
1891 Hurricane hits Martinique, about 700 die
1894 Congress creates Bureau of Immigration
1896 Adolph Ochs (39) buys NY Times
1914 Pres Wilson issues Proclamation of Neutrality
1914 Pres Wilson issues Proclamation of Neutrality
1914 -20] Belgian army withdraws to Antwerp
1914 French troops under general Dubail occupy Sarrebourg
1914 Pres Wilson issues "Proclamation of Neutrality"
1915 Braves Field opens in Boston to see Braves beat Cards 3-1
1917 Dutch Naval Air Force forms (MLD)
1919 Anti-Cigarette League of America forms in Chicago Illinois
1920 1st class debut of Walter Hammond
1920 Tennessee ratifies 19th Amendment, guarantees women voting right
1923 37th US Womens Tennis: Helen Wills Moody beats Molla B Mallory (62 61)
1924 France begins retracting troops out of Ruhrgebied
1925 Belgian & US sign treaty about war debts
1925 Cardinal Mercier warns Belgians against socialism/liberalism
1926 England regain Ashes with 5th Test Cricket win, to take series 1-0
1926 Weather map televised for 1st time
1930 Eastern Airlines begins passenger service
1931 Lou Gehrig hitless in Detroit, his 1,000th consecutively played game
1932 Auguste Piccard/Max Cosijns reach 16,201m in a balloon
1932 Englishman James Mollisson is 1st to fly east to west over Atlantic
1934 48th US Womens Tennis: Helen Jacobs beats Sarah H Cooke (61 64)
1934 Bradman scores 244 in 5th Test Cricket, 316 mins, 32 fours 1 six
1934 Ponsford & Bradman make 451 partnership in 316 minutes v Eng
1936 106.5řF-Hottest afternoon ever in Iowa
1937 1st FM radio construction permit issued (W1X0J (WGTR) in Boston MA)
1938 FDR dedicates Thousand Islands Bridge connecting US & Canada
1940 71 German aircrafts shot down above England
1941 Concentration camp Amersfoort opens
1941 Phillies commit 8 errors in a game
1942 Carlson's Raiders land on Makin, Gilbert islands, kill 350 Japs
1943 Carl Hubbell wins his 253rd & final game, all with Giants
1943 Final convoy of Jews from Salonika Greece arrive at Auschwitz
1943 Otto Skorzeny's Heinkel-111 shot down at Sardinia
1944 Paris railroad workers strike against nazi occupiers
1944 US 15th Army corp reaches Mantes-Gassicourt near Paris
1944 US 20th Army corp conquers Chartres
1945 Scheduled demonstrations at Polo Grounds & Ebbets Field to end segregation in organized baseball are called off
1946 Golf Writers Associaton of America forms
1947 Naval torpedo & mine factory explodes at Cadiz, Spain killing 300
1949 Hungary adopts constitution
1949 Ralph Flanagan & his orch records "You're Breaking My Heart"
1951 Cricket 1st-class debut of Raymond Illingworth
1954 James E Wilkins is 1st black to attend a US cabinet meeting
1955 -19] Hurricane Diane, kills 400 in US
1955 46.1 cm rainfall at Westfield, Massachusetts (state record)
1955 Sjukri al-Quwatli re-elected president of Syria
1956 Cin Reds (8) & Cubs (2) combine to hit 10 HRs in a 9 inning game
1956 Elvis Presley's "Hound Dog/Don't Be Cruel" reaches #1
1957 Amelia Wershoven sets record of female throwing a baseball (252'4«")
1957 Betty Dodd wins LPGA Colonial Golf Open
1957 Juan-Manuel Fangio, wins his last auto World Championship at 46
1957 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1958 "Lolita," by Vladimir Nabokov, published
1958 Betsy Palmer joins Today Show panel
1958 Fidel Castro makes a speech on Cuban pirate radio Rebelde
1958 Floyd Patterson TKOs Roy Harris in 13 for heavyweight boxing title
1958 Great Britain issues regional stamps (N Ireland, Scotland & Wales)
1958 Perez Prado "Mambo King," receives one of the 1st gold records
1958 TV game show scandal investigation starts
1958 US performs atmospheric nuclear test at Enwetak
1958 Verne Gagne beats Edouard Carpentier in Omaha, to become NWA champ
1959 Branch Rickey resigns as Pirates' CEO to be pres of Continental League
1960 1st commercial oral contraceptive, Enovid 10 debuts in Skokie Ill
1960 1st photograph bounced off a satellite, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
1960 Beatles give their 1st public performance (Kaiserkeller in Hamburg)
1960 Lew Burdette pitches to just 27 for a 1-0 no-hitter against Phillies
1961 Construction on Berlin Wall completed
1962 Peter, Paul & Mary release their 1st hit "If I Had a Hammer"
1963 James Meredith becomes 1st black graduate of Univ of Miss.
1963 James Meredith becomes 1st black graduate of Univ of Miss.
1963 James Meredith becomes 1st black graduate from U of Mississippi
1963 Mickey Wright wins LPGA Albuquerque Swing Parade Golf Tournament
1964 Beatles arrive in SF, 2nd US visit
1964 Charles Helu elected president of Lebanon
1964 South Africa banned from Olympic Games because of apartheid policies
1964 USSR launch 3 Kosmos satellites
1965 Hank Aaron loses a HR, because he hit it out of batter's box
1965 Orioles' Brooks Robinson hits into his record tying (George Sisler)
1967 Red Sox Tony Conigliaro is beaned by Angels Jack Hamilton
1967 Rolling Stones release "We Love You"
1967 WCBS radio in NYC goes all-news
1968 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Holiday Inn Golf Classic
1969 Mick Jagger accidentally shot while filming "Ned Kelly"
1972 Police fine Paul & Linda McCartney ś800 in Sweden cannabis possession
1973 Gene Krupa, drummer, plays for final time with Benny Goodman Quartet
1973 Hank Aaron's record 1,378 extra base hit surpasses Stan Musial record
1974 Joanne Carner wins LPGA St Paul Keller Golf Open
1976 USSR's Luna 24 softlands on the Moon
1976 USSR's Luna 24 softlands on the Moon
1976 USSR's Luna 24 soft-lands on Moon
1977 2 girls are killed by a runaway car outside of Graceland
1977 Dodgers pitcher Don Sutton throws his NL record tying 5th one-hitter
1978 Memphis Tenn settles with striking police officers & firefighters
1979 Iran Ayatollah Khomeini demands Saint War against Kurds
1979 Nick Lowe marries singer Carlene Carter
1979 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1980 KC Royals' George Brett, batting avg reach .400
1981 "My Fair Lady" opens at Uris Theater NYC for 119 performances
1981 Jerry Lewis appears on "Donahue" to defend Telethons
1981 Football running back, Herschel Walker, of U of Georgia, takes out a Lloyd's of London insurance policy for $1 million
1982 1st time NYSE tops 100 M figure, 132.69 M shares traded
1982 LA Dodgers beat Chicago Cubs, 6-5, in 21 innings (game started 8/17)
1982 NYSE sets trading record of 132,690,000 shares traded
1982 Pete Rose sets record with his 13,941st plate appearance
1982 Longest baseball game at Wrigley Field in Chicago IL, ends after 22 innings - before LA Dodgers beat Cubs 2-1 (game started Aug 17th)
1983 Hurricane Alicia battered Houston & Galveston, Texas
1983 Samantha Druce, age 12y 119d is youngest woman to swim English Channel
1983 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1983 Royals defeat Yanks, 5-4, completing "pine-tar" game (12 minutes). Hal McRae strikes out & Dan Quisenberry retires Yankees in order
1984 Triangle Oil Corp, above-ground storage tank at Jacksonville Fla, spills 2.5 m gallons of oil burned after lightning sparked a fire
1985 Amy Alcott wins LPGA Nestle World Championship of Women's Golf
1985 Muffin Spencer-Devlin wins MasterCard International Pro-Am Golf Tourn
1985 Suisei Launch (Halley's Comet Flyby)
1986 Crockett's Tavern opens in Fort Wilderness
1986 Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Philadelphia PA on WYSP 94.1 FM
1986 Jim Kelly signs with NFL Buffalo Bills ($75 million for 5 years)
1986 John Tesh's 1st appearance on Entertainment Tonight
1986 WYSP-FM Philadelphia begins simulcasting Howard Stern Show
1987 Houston Oiler Earl Campbell, retires from NFL
1987 Ohio nurse Donald Harvey sentence to triple life (poisoned 24)
1987 Philip Rush of NZ, set record for triple crossing English Channel his time 28:21, 10 hours faster than 1st man to do it
1987 Straatsburg: Manuela Stellmach/Astrid Strauss/Anke M”hring/ Heike Friedrich swims female world record 4x200m freestyle (7:55.47)
1988 FDA approves Minoxidil as a hair loss treatment
1988 Largest house (130 rooms) on Long Island sold for $22 million
1988 Republican Convention in New Orleans select Bush-Quayle ticket
1989 Arturo Barrios of Mexico sets 10K record (27:08.23) in Berlin
1989 Bucky Dent replaces Dallas Green as NY Yankee manager
1991 Russian conservatives start a coup to eliminate Gorbachev, glasnost and perestroika. The second Russian revolution begins.
1991 Russian conservatives start a coup to eliminate Gorbachev, glasnost and perestroika. The second Russian revolution begins.
1991 Cindy Rarick wins LPGA Northgate Computer Golf Classic
1991 Hurricane Bob hits NC with 115 MPH wind
1991 Pan Am games closes in Havana
1992 "Real Inspector Hound" opens at Criterion NYC for 61 perfs
1993 Historical Kapelbrug in Luzern Switz, destroyed by fire
1994 5.6 earthquake in Algeria, kills 171
1994 Jimi Hendrix's guitar sells for ź150.000
1995 Cards reliever Tom Henke earns his 300th career save
1996 Emilee Klein wins LPGA Weetabix Women's British Golf Open
1996 Record 6,654 tap at Macy's Tap-o-mania in NYC

That's All....

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