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Tuesday, September 24, 2019.



Birthdays


1501 Girolamo Cardano, Italy, mathematician/astrologer (Ars Magna-1545)
1583 Albrecht Eusebius Wenzel von Wallenstein, German general
1625 Johan de Witt, statesman/advisor of Holland
1667 Jean-Louis Lully, composer
1717 Horace Walpole, English writer
1717 Horace Walpole, England, British horror writer (Cattle of Ontario)
1717 Horace Walpole, English writer
1739 Grigorij A Potemkin, Monarch of Tauris/friend of Catherine II
1748 Philipp Meissner, composer
1755 John Marshall Supreme Court Chief Justice
1755 John Marshall, Va, 4th Supreme Court Chief Justice (1801-35)
1755 John Marshall Supreme Court Chief Justice
1762 William Lisle Bowles, English poet (14 Sonnets)
1773 Johann Philipp Christian Schulz, composer
1780 Henry F C Tollens, merchant/poet (Vienna Nerlands Blood)
1806 George Alexander Osborne, composer
1817 Ramn de Campoamor Campoosorio, Spanish poet (Doloras)
1821 Cyprian K Norwid, Polish painter/poet/playwright (Wanda)
1824 Truman Seymour, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1891
1825 Frances E W Harper, famous African
1827 Henry Warner Slocum, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1894
1829 James St Clair Morton, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1864
1833 Henry Alanson Barnum, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1844 M. Nther --1921
1844 M. Nther --1921
1844 M. Nther --1921
1844 M. Nther --1921
1844 M. Nther --1921
1848 Pieter Louis Tak, literary (The Chronicle)
1859 Julius Klengel, cellist/composer
1860 Samuel Rutherford Crockett, novelist
1870 Georges Claude, inventor of the neon light.
1870 Georges Claude, inventor (neon light)
1870 Georges Claude, inventor of the neon light.
1884 Ismet Inn, [Moestafa Ismet], Turkish gen/premier/president
1885 Herman Bouber, Dutch actor/playwright (Sailor's Wives)
1886 James Burke, NYC, actor (Mystery Theater, Great Guy)
1890 Alan Herbert, England, journalist/writer (Punch, Helen)
1892 Sam[uel] de Vries, actor (Wandering Jew)
1893 Julia Faye, Richmond VA, actress (10 Commandments, Samson & Delilah)
1895 Andr Cournand, physician
1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1896 F. Scott Fitzgerald
1896 F Scott Fitzgerald, St Paul Minn, author (Great Gatsby)
1898 Charlotte D baroness of Pallandt, Dutch sculptress
1898 Howard W Florey, Aust, pathologist; purified penicillin (Nobel '45)
1899 Eduardo Hernandez Moncada, composer
1902 Cheryl Crawford, producer (Touch of Venus, Brigadoon)
1904 Cemal Resit Rey, composer
1904 Owen Saunders, mechanical engineer
1906 Victor Wong, LA Cal, actor (Mission to Moscow, Son of Kong, King Kong)
1907 Pierre Moulaert, composer
1910 Cao Yu, dramatist
1910 Frank Pelleg, composer
1910 Jean Servais, Angers Belgium, actor (Every Man is My Enemy)
1910 Leonarda da Vinci MacLaren, founder (LSE)
1911 Konstantin Chernenko, USSR leader
1912 Don Porter, Miami Okla, actor (Russ Lawrence-Gidget, Ann Sothern Show)
1912 Ian Serraillier, children author
1913 Lawrence Hugh ?, US astronomer (Gaseous nebulae)
1914 Andrzej Panufnik, Warsaw Poland, composer (Tragic Overture)
1914 Hein J M Jordans, Dutch conductor
1914 Herb Jeffries, Detroit Mich, actor (Where's Huddles)
1915 Larry Gates, St Paul Minn, actor (Guiding Light, Body Snatchers)
1915 Margarita J Aliger, Russian poetess (Zoja) [OS]
1915 Seymour Egerton, CEO (Coutis Bank)
1916 John Lapsley, British air marshal
1917 Colin Cowe, senior bursar (Magdalen College Oxford)
1917 William Putnam Bundy, London, editor (Lvaggerier & Vagaries)
1918 Audra Lindley, LA Calif, actress (Helen Roper-3's Company, Ropers)
1918 Richard Hoggart, author/warden (Goldsmith's College London)
1919 Dayton Allen, NYC, comedian (Steve Allen Show)
1919 Vaclav Nelhybel, Polanka Czechoslovakia, composer (Everyman)
1921 Jim McKay
1921 Jim McKay
1921 Jim McKay
1921 Jim McKay
1921 Jim McKay
1921 Jim McKay, Phila Pa, sportscaster (ABC's Wide World of Sports)
1921 Leonardo Lopez Salzedo, composer
1921 Leonard Overton, British glider pilot (Arnhem 1944)
1922 Cornell MacNeil, US, singer/actor (La Traviata)
1922 David Lane, CEO (Commission for Racial Equality)
1922 Theresa Merritt, Newport News Va, actress (Mama-That's My Mama)
1923 Ladislav Fuks, writer
1924 Sheila MacRae
1924 Sheila MacRae
1924 Sheila MacRae
1924 Sheila MacRae
1924 Sheila MacRae
1924 Jean-Pierre Warner, British high court judge
1924 Sheila MacRae, London England, actress (Jackie Gleason Show)
1924 Simpson Guillen, cricketer (wicket-keeper for West Indies & NZ)
1924 Walter Fufido, Bronx NY, Iwo Jima casualty (WW II)
1927 Richard Swift, composer
1929 George McNicol, principal (Aberdeen University)
1930 John Watts Young, SF Calif, astronaut (Gem 3 10, Apol 10 16, STS 1 9)
1931 Anthony Newley
1931 Anthony Newley
1931 Anthony Newley
1931 Anthony Newley
1931 Anthony Newley
1931 Anthony Newley, Engld, actor (Dr Doolitte, Garbage Pail Kids)/composer
1931 Brian Glanville, author/journalist
1931 Cardiss Collins, (Rep-D-Illinois, 1973- )
1932 Svetlana Beriozova, ballerina
1933 Catherine Pestell, principal (Somerville College Oxford)
1933 Mervyn Brown, diplomat
1934 Bernard Nevill, textile designer
1934 John Brunner, [Kilian Houston], UK, sci-fi author (100th Millennium)
1934 Manfred Wrner, German general/sect-gen (NATO, 1988-94)
1934 Robert Lang, actor (Night Watch)/director
1935 Barbara Brilliant, TV host/producer
1935 Lawrence Urquhart, CEO (Burmah Castrol)
1936 Jim Hensen, who made Kermit & Miss Piggy what they are today.
1936 Jim Henson, Greenville Miss, muppeteer (Sesame Street, Muppet Show)
1936 Jim Hensen, who made Kermit & Miss Piggy what they are today.
1937 Alan Grose, British vice-admiral
1940 Barbara Allbut, Orange NJ, rock vocalist (Angels)
1941 Linda McCartney
1941 Linda McCartney
1941 Linda McCartney
1941 Linda McCartney
1941 Linda McCartney
1941 John Mackey, NFL tight end (Baltimore Colts, San Diego Chargers)
1941 Linda Eastman McCartney, NYC, Mrs Paul McCartney, rocker (Wings-Ram)
1942 Gerry Marsden, rock vocalist (Gerry & Pacemakers-Ferry crossed Mersey)
1942 Phyllis "Jiggs" Allbut Meister, Orange NJ, rocker (Angels)
1943 Lee Aaker, LA Calif, actor (Rusty-Rin Tin Tin)
1945 Catherine Burns, NYC, actress (Last Summer, One Life to Live, Catcher)
1945 David A[llen] Drake, US, sci-fi author (Cross the Stars, Rolling Hot)
1946 Carson Van Osten, rocker
1946 Jacqueline Courtney, NJ, actress (Another World, One Life to Live)
1946 Jerry Donahue, rocker (Fairport Convention)
1946 Marc Edward Neikrug, composer
1946 "Mean" Joe Greene, NFL tackle (Pitts Steelers), Coke spokesman
1946 Pat Pocock, cricketer (intermittent England off-spinner 1968-85)
1946 Richard Spring, British MP
1946 Robert Jackson, MP/minister of British Civil Service
1947 Richard Northcott, producer (9 Weeks)
1948 Phil Hartman
1948 Phil Hartman
1948 Phil Hartman
1948 Phil Hartman
1948 Phil Hartman
1948 Bernadette Hingley, British priest
1948 Gordon Clapp, North Conway NH, actor (Greg Medavoy-NYPD Blue)
1948 Phil Hartman, Brantford Ontario, actor (SNL, Peewee's Playhouse)
1950 Mohinder Amarnath, cricketer (son of Lala Indian batsman of 70's/80's)
1951 Terry Metcalf, Seattle, NFL, CFL running back (St Louis, Toronto)
1952 Joseph P Kennedy II, (Rep-D-Massachusetts)
1954 Stephen Jones, art historian
1956 Ilona Briesenick-Slupianek, German DR, shot-putter (Olympic-gold-1980)
1958 Kevin Sorbo, actor (Hercules Legendary Journeys, Kull The Conquerer)
1961 Dillard Pruitt, Greenville SC, PGA golfer (1991 Chattanooga Classic)
1962 Arden Knoll, Saskatoon Sask, Canadian Tour golfer (1994 Klondike-2nd)
1964 Gene Watkins, Waco Tx, actor (James Walsh-As the World Turns)
1964 Rafael Palmeiro, Havana Cuba, 1st baseman (Baltimore Orioles)
1966 Atul Bedade, cricketer (Indian ODI batsman 1994- )
1966 Bernard Gilkey, St Louis MO, outfielder (NY Mets)
1966 Kevin Koslofski, Decatur Ill, outfielder (Milwaukee Brewers)
1966 Paul Michael Valley, actor (Ryan Harrison-Another World)
1967 Chris Swan, rower (Olympics-1996)
1967 Frank Cornish, NFL center/guard (Jacksonville Jaguars, Phila Eagles)
1967 Roland Jansen, soccer player (Willem II)
1969 Andrew Greene, NFL guard (Miami Dolphins, Saskatchewan Roughriders)
1969 Gene Hunt, R&B musician (Acid Man)
1969 John Morton, WLAF WR (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1969 Lisa Matthews, Peoria Ill, playmate (Apr, 1990)
1969 Megan Ward, LA Calif, actress (Kimberly Sayers-Dark Skies)
1970 Jeanette Kollasch, Evanston Ill, WPVA volleyballer (Pismo-17th-1995)
1970 Kristin Talbot, Schuylerville NY, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
1970 Mario Cristobal, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)
1970 Paul Spoljaric, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)
1970 Winfred Tubbs, NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
1971 Shane Conrad, actress (Cody-High Mountain Rangers)
1972 Jeff Hill, NFL wide receiver (Cin Bengals)
1973 Rodrick Rhodes, NBA forward (Houston Rockets)
1974 Kiwane Garris, NBA guard (Denver Nuggets)
1974 Matt McKeon, Florissant MO, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96)

Events


312 Start of Imperial Indication
366 Liberius ends his reign as Catholic Pope
673 Synod of Hertford opens; canons made for English Church
787 2nd Council of Nicaea (7th ecumenical council) opens in Asia Minor
1493 Columbus' 2nd expedition to New World
1537 Uprising in Lbeck fails
1625 Dutch attack San Juan, Puerto Rico
1629 Jacques Specx appointed governor-general of Dutch-Indies
1657 1st autopsy & coroner's jury verdict is recorded in state of Maryland
1664 Dutch Fort Orange (Albany NY) surrenders to English
1683 King Louis XIV expels all Jews from French possessions in America
1688 France declares war on German
1706 Treaty of Altranstdt: Charles XII of Sweden & August II of Saksen
1732 21 homosexuality burned in South Horn
1742 Faneuil Hall opens to public
1776 1st St Leger horesrace held at Doncaster
1776 St Leger horse race run for 1st time
1789 Congress creates the Post Office.
1789 Congress creates the Post Office.
1789 Congress creates Post Office
1789 Federal Judiciary Act is passed & creates a six-person Supreme Court
1789 President George Washington appointed John Jay the 1st Chief Justice
1789 US Attorney General Office is created
1829 Russia & Ottoman Empire sign Peace Treaty of Adrianople
1838 Anti-Corn-Law League forms to repeal English Corn Law
1841 Britain obtains Sarawak from Brunei (James Brooke appointed Rajah)
1845 1st baseball team is organized.
1845 1st baseball team is organized.
1845 1st baseball team is organized
1850 Papal Bull issued, establishes Roman Catholic hierarchy in England
1852 A new invention, the dirigible, is demonstrated.
1852 A new invention, the dirigible, is demonstrated.
1852 Henri Giffard, a French engineer, makes 1st dirigible flight
1853 1st round-the-world trip by yacht (Cornelius Vanderbilt).
1853 1st round-the-world trip by yacht (Cornelius Vanderbilt).
1853 1st round-the-world trip by yacht (Cornelius Vanderbilt)
1853 France annexes Caledonia
1853 Northern Daily Times, 1st provincial daily newspaper, starts in London
1862 Confederate Congress adopts confederacy seal
1864 Battle of Pilot Knob MO
1864 Invasion of MO by Price
1865 James Cooke walks tightrope from Cliff House to Seal Rocks, SF
1869 Black Friday: crashing gold prices causes stock market panic.
1869 Black Friday: crashing gold prices causes stock market panic.
1869 Black Friday; Wall St panic after Gould & Fisk attempt to corner gold
1872 Franz Grillparzer's "Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg," premieres in Vienna
1881 Henry Morton Stanley signs contract with Congo monarch
1883 National black convention meets in Louisville, Kentucky
1884 Dixey, Rice & Gill's musical "Adonis," premieres in NYC
1885 5 German warships depart to Zanzibar
1889 Alexander Dey patents dial time recorder
1890 Pres of Mormon Church in Salt Lake City issues a manifesto advising members that teaching & practice of polygamy should be abandoned
1895 1st round-the-world trip by a woman on a bicycle (took 15 months
1895 1st round-the-world trip by a woman on a bicycle (took 15 months
1895 1st round-the-world trip by a woman on a bicycle (took 15 months)
1902 Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Red Circle" (BG)
1903 Alfred Deakin succeeds Edmund Baston as Australia premier
1903 Bill Bradley becomes 1st Cleveland baseball player (Cleveland Naps) to hit for cycle
1906 St Louis Card Stony McGlynn no-hits Dodgers, 1-1 in 7 inning game
1906 V Herbert & H Blossom's musical "Red Mill," premieres in NYC
1908 Robert B Rhoads becomes 1st Cleveland pitcher (Cleveland Naps) to toss a no-hit game, Cleveland 2, Boston 1
1916 Indians Marty Kavanaugh, hits AL's 1st pinch-hit grand slam
1919 Babe Ruth sets season homer mark at 28 off of Yankee Bob Shawkey
1922 Neurenberg fusion congress USDP-SPD; picks Karl Kautsky
1922 Roger Hornsby sets NL HR mark at 42
1923 Premiere of 1st celluloid film "Das Leben auf dem Dorfe" (Berlin)
1924 Boston, Massachusetts opens its airport
1926 Cardinals clinch NL pennant by beating Giants 6-4
1927 NHL's Toronto St Patricks become Maple Leafs
1927 Yanks set record of 106 victories
1928 Cohan/Lardner's musical "Elmer the Great," premieres in NYC
1929 Lt James H Doolittle guided a Consolidated N-Y-2 Biplane over Mitchell Field in NY in the 1st all-instrument flight
1929 Lt James H Doolittle guided a Consolidated N-Y-2 Biplane over Mitchell Field in NY in the 1st all-instrument flight
1929 Lt James H Doolittle guides a Consolidated N-Y-2 Biplane over Mitchell Field in NY in 1st all-instrument flight
1929 Yanks Tom Zachary ends season 12-0
1930 G Kaufman & M Hart's "Once in a Lifetime," premieres in NY
1930 Noel Coward's "Private Lives," premieres in London
1930 Portsmouth beats Brooklyn in 1st NFL game played under floodlights
1931 Round-robin playoff among NYC's 3 major league teams, to raise money for unemployed, concludes with Brooklyn losing to both Giants & Yanks
1932 NY Gov Franklin D Roosevelt visits LA
1934 Babe Ruth makes his farewell appearance as a baseball player
1934 Babe Ruth makes his farewell appearance as a baseball player
1934 2500 fans see Babe Ruth's farewell Yankee appearance at Yankee Stadium
1934 Idle Detroit wins pennant, as Red Sox beat Yankees 5-0
1938 Alice Marble wins her 2nd singles US tennis title
1938 Don Budge becomes 1st tennis player to grand slam
1940 Jimmy Foxx hits his 500th career HR
1940 Luftwaffe bombs Spitfire-factory in Southampton
1941 Nine Allied govts pledged adherence to the Atlantic Charter
1941 Nine Allied govts pledged adherence to the Atlantic Charter
1941 9 Allied govts pledged adherence to Atlantic Charter
1941 Bomb explosion in German headquarter in Hotel Continental in Kiev
1943 Soviet forces reconquer Smolensk
1946 Yanks set season attendance record of 2,309,029 besting 1929 Cubs
1948 Mildred Gillars (Axis Sally) pleads innocent in Wash DC
1948 Yanks, Boston & Cleveland are tied for 1st place in AL (91-56)
1950 "Operation Magic Carpet"-All Jews from Yemen move to Israel
1951 Industrial estate at Harlow New Town UK opens
1951 USSR performs nuclear test
1952 Dutch minister Dark sentences war criminal W Lages to death
1952 Underwater volcano explodes under research vessel Kaiyo-maru-5
1953 "Take a Giant Step," opens on Broadway
1953 Rocky Marciano TKOs Roland LaStarza in 11 for heavyweight boxing title
1954 "The Tonight Show" premieres.
1954 "The Tonight Show" premieres.
1954 Tonight Show premieres on NBC (Johnny takes over 8 years later)
1954 Yanks tie a record, 3 of their pinch hitters strike out in 1 inning
1955 "Catch a Star" closes at Plymouth Theater NYC after 23 performances
1955 Pres Eisenhower suffers a heart attack on vacation in Denver
1955 Washington Senators lose their 99th & 100th games of season
1956 1st trans atlantic telephone cable in use (Newfoundland-Scotland)
1957 Eisenhower orders US troops to desegregate Little Rock schools
1957 Eisenhower orders US troops to desegregate Little Rock schools
1957 Bkln Dodgers play last game at Ebbets Field, defeat Pirates 2-0
1957 Eisenhower orders US troops to desegregate Little Rock schools
1958 1st welded aluminum girder highway bridge completed, Urbandale, Ia
1960 USS Enterprise, 1st nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, launched
1960 USS Enterprise, 1st nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, launched
1960 1st nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, launches (USS Enterprise)
1960 International Development Assn (UN agency) comes into existence
1960 USS Enterprise, 1st nuclear power aircraft carrier, launches
1961 Mickey Wright wins LPGA Sacramento Valley Golf Open
1962 KWSU TV channel 10 in Pullman, WA (PBS) begins broadcasting
1962 US Circuit Court of Appeals orders Meredith admitted to U of Miss
1963 Senate ratifies treaty with Britain & USSR limit nuclear testing
1963 Senate ratifies treaty with Britain & USSR limit nuclear testing
1963 Idle Dodgers clinch their 2nd LA pennant as Cubs beat Cards
1963 Senate ratifies treaty with Britain & USSR limit nuclear testing
1964 "Munsters" premieres on TV
1964 1st Minuteman II ICBM was tested
1964 Ringo forms Brikley Building Company Ltd
1964 Willi Stoph succeeds Otto Great as premier of German DR
1965 Belgium Victor Leemans elected chairman of European Parliament
1965 Saudi-Arabian & Egyptian accord about Yemen
1965 Stefan Stefanopoulos forms Greek government
1966 -30] Hurricane Inez, kills 293 in Caribbean, Florida & Mexico
1966 France performs nuclear test at Fangataufa Island
1967 Cards Jim Bakken kicks 7 field goals vs Steelers
1967 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Mickey Wright Golf Invitational
1968 "60 Minutes" premieres on CBS-TV
1968 "That's Life" premieres-A Broadway musical type TV show
1968 NY Met manager Gil Hodges suffers a heart attack
1968 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1969 1st Elvis convention, 2500 fans attend in Cincinnati
1969 NY Mets clinch NL East pennant
1969 Ton Duc Thang elected president of North Vietnam
1969 Trial of "Chicago 8" (protesters at Dem Natl Conv) begins
1970 1st Automated return of lunar sample by Luna 16
1970 Soviet Luna 16 lands on earth after 1st unmanned round trip to moon
1971 90 Russian diplomats expelled from Britain for spying
1971 Eyskens-Cools disbands Belgium parliament
1971 Houston Astros beat SD Padres, 2-1, in 21 innings
1972 Antique F86 Sabrejet fails to takeoff at air show, kills 22
1972 Jack Tatum, Oakland, returns a fumble 104 yds vs Green Bay (rec)
1972 NY Jet Joe Namath passes for 6 touchdowns vs Balt Colt (44-34)
1973 Guinea-Bissau declares independence
1973 St Louis Cards Jim Bakken sets NFL record kicking 7 field goals
1974 Al Kaline, Detroit Tiger, is 12th to get 3,000 hits
1974 Clarence Jones of Kintetsu Buffaloes hits his 38th HR, 1st American to win a Japanese HR title
1976 "Oh! Calcutta!" opens at Edison Theater NYC for 5959 performances
1976 Newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst sentenced to 7 years for her part in a 1974 bank robbery. Released after 22 months by Pres Carter
1977 "Estrada" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 7 performances
1977 1st broadcast of "Love Boat" on ABC-TV
1977 Ken Hinton of CFL British Columbia Lions returns a punt 130 yards
1978 Donna Caponi Young/Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Ping Team Golf Classic
1978 Dutch women hockey team wins world championship
1978 Ron Guidry beats Cleveland 4-0, raising his record to 23-3 ERA 1.74
1978 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1979 CompuServe system starts, first public computer info service.
1979 CompuServe system starts, first public computer info service.
1979 CompuServe began operation as 1st computer information service
1979 Ghana adopts constitution
1979 Pete Rose reaches 200 hits in a season for 10th time
1979 Russian ice skaters Protopopov & Beloussova ask for asylum in Switz
1979 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1980 Braves join every NL team with 1,000,000+ attendance for this season
1980 Iraqi troops cross Iran's border, encircling Abadan
1981 Enterprise Radio (all sports) resigns air
1981 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1982 Tennis great Bjrn Brg retires at 26
1982 US, Italian & French peacekeeping troops begin arriving in Lebanon
1983 Braves Dale Murphy is 6th to hit 30 HRs & steal 30 bases in season
1983 Test cricket debut of Shoaib Mohammad, son of Hanif, v India Jullundur
1983 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1984 Cubs clinch NL East title
1984 Paul McCartney release "No More Lonely Nights"
1985 Apollo Computer Inc lays off 300 employees
1985 Fastest English Channel crossing by a relay team set (15h 30m)
1985 Expos Andre Dawson joins Willey McCovey to hit 2 HRs in an inn twice
1985 Montreal Expo Andre Dawson is 9th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (5th)
1987 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1988 Barbara C Harris of Mass, elected 1st woman Episcopal bishop
1988 Canada's Ben Johnson runs drug-assisted 100 m in 9.79 sec
1988 Carl Lewis runs world record 100m (9.92 sec)
1988 Dave Stieb has no-hitter broken up with 2 outs in the 9th
1988 Jackie Joyner-Kersee of USA sets heptathlon woman's record (7,291)
1989 28th Ryder Cup: US & Europe draw, 14-14 at The Belfry, England
1989 Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Nippon Travel-MBS Golf Classic
1990 East Germany leaves Warsaw Pact
1990 South African president F W de Klerk meets Pres Bush in Wash DC
1990 Supreme Soviet gives approval to switch to free market
1990 West German Pres Richard von Weizsaecker signs reunification treaty
1991 "Good & Evil" & "Sibs" premieres on ABC TV
1991 After 3 year reign as AL champs, A's are eliminated from AL West
1991 Deion Sanders, left Braves July 31 to report to NFL Falcons, returns
1991 Doogie Howser loses his virginity
1991 Robin Yount is 37th to hit 2,000 singles
1992 John Jaha ties record of 11 teammates to steal 10 bases (Brewers)
1992 Scott Stevens is named 5th Captain in NJ Devils history
1992 Toronto's Dave Winfield, 40, is oldest player to reach 100-RBI
1993 1st Israeli killed by Islamics after PLO signs peace accord
1993 Beverly Hills 90210 star Shannen Doherty (Brenda) weds Ashley Hamilton
1993 Norodom Sihanouk again installed as king of Cambodia
1994 Parliamentary election in Ukraine
1995 31st Ryder Cup: Europe beats US, 14-13 at Oak Hill CC (NY)
1995 Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA GHP Heartland Golf Classic
1995 Emillio & Gloria Estefan's boat hits & kills a jet skiier
1995 Mt Ruapehu Volcano (North Island, NZ) erupts
1997 31st Country Music Assn Award:
1997 Drug kingpin Ramon Arellano Felix placed on FBI's 10 most-wanted

That's All....

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