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Saturday, September 8, 2018.



Birthdays


1157 King Richard I of England, "The Lionhearted", crusader,
1157 Richard I, [Richard the Lion Hearted], King of England (1189-99)
1157 King Richard I of England, "The Lionhearted", crusader,
1207 Sancho II, king of Portugal
1380 Bernardinus of Siena, Italian saint
1474 Ludovico Ariosto, Italy, poet (Orlando Furioso)
1588 Marin Mersenne, France, mathematician/musician/philosopher (Cartesian)
1591 Jacqueline M A de Sainte Madeleine Arnauld, French abbess
1621 Louis II Cond‚, [Great Cond‚], duke of Bourbon (Rocroy)
1672 Nicolas de Grigny, composer
1718 Fran‡ois-Thomas the Baculard d'Arnaud, sentimental writer
1736 Bernardo Ottani, composer
1756 Anton Teyber, composer
1767 Karl August von Lichtenstein, composer
1774 Anna K Emmerick/Emmerich, German poet
1779 Johann Philipp Samuel Schmidt, composer
1779 Mustafa IV, sultan of Turkey (1807-08)
1792 Joseph Netherclift, composer
1804 Eduard M”rike, German vicar/poet/writer (Maler Nolten)
1815 Alexander Ramsey, Gov (Union), died in 1903
1821 Henry Baxter, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1873
1824 Jaime Nuno, composer
1826 Disma Fumagalli, composer
1827 Emil Naumann, composer
1828 Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers)
1829 George Crook, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1890
1829 Seth Maxwell Barton, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1900
1830 Fr‚d‚ric Mistral, Proven‡al poet (Nobel 1904)
1830 Fr‚d‚ric Mistral, Proven‡al poet (Nobel 1904)
1830 Fr‚d‚ric Mistral, Proven‡al poet (Nobel 1904)
1831 Wilhelm Raabe, [Jakob Corvinus], German author (Der Hungerpastor)
1841 Anton¡n Dvor k, Czech composer, (From The New World)
1841 Anton¡n Dvor k, Nelahozeves Czech, composer (New World Symphony)
1841 Anton¡n Dvor k, Czech composer, (From The New World)
1854 Willem M van Rossum, Dutch cardinal/prefect of Propaganda File
1863 Gustavo Emilio Campa, composer
1865 Adolfo Albertazzi, Italian writer (Amore & Amore, Top)
1870 Hermann Hans Wetzler, composer
1873 David O McKay, Huntsville, Utah, 9th pres of Mormon church
1873 Max Reinhardt, Austria, theatrical director (Oedipus Rex)
1880 Roelof Kranenburg, Dutch social democratic chairman (1st Chamber)
1886 Siegfried L Sassoon, English poet/writer (Counterattack)
1888 Louis Zimmer, Flemish clock maker (Jubelklok/Wonder Clock)
1889 Robert A Taft, (Sen-R-Ohio, Taft-Hartley Act)
1894 Willem FJ Pijper, Dutch composer/critic
1897 Jimmie Rodgers, Mendoza Miss, country singer/singing brakeman
1898 Queenie Smith, NYC, actress/dancer (Funny Side)
1900 Claude Pepper
1900 Claude Pepper
1900 Claude Pepper
1900 Claude Pepper
1900 Claude Pepper
1900 Claude D Pepper, (Rep-D-FL, 1963- ), old people's advocate
1901 Hendrik F Verwoerd, premier South Africa (1958-66) (assassinated)
1901 Jacques Perret, French journalist/writer (La caporal ‚pingl‚)
1902 Anthonie Donker, [Prof N Donkersloot], Dutch literary
1904 Carlos Sanchez Malaga, composer
1905 Henry Wilcoxon, actor (Cleopatra, Jericho, 10 Commandments)
1906 Andrei P Kirilenko, Russian member of Central Committee of CP
1907 Buck O'Neil, Old Negro League Baseball player
1907 Gavin Muir, Chic Ill, actor (Hollister-Betty Hutton Show)
1907 Leon Askin, Vienna Austria, actor (Pierre-Charlie Farrell Show)
1907 Sid Tomack, actor (Life of Riley)
1908 Geoffrey Hodges, bomb disposal expert
1910 Gella Allaert, Flemish actress (La Round)
1910 Jean-Louis Barrault, Vesinet France, actor (Les Enfants du Paradis)
1912 Alexander Mackendrick, Boston, director (Man in the White Suit, Mandy)
1912 Leo Cherne, NYC, economist/commentator (All Star News)
1914 Dimitrios I, patriarch (primus interparis orthodox Christians)
1914 Hillary Brooke, Abbott & Costello's neighbor (Hillary)
1915 Frank Cady, actor (Mr Drucker-Green Acres)
1918 Derek Barton, British chemist (Nobel 1969)
1918 John F Seiberling, (Rep-D-OH, 1971-86)
1919 David Johan Kvandal, composer
1919 Richard Pool, naval Officer
1921 Hans Ulrich Engelmann, German composer (Ophelia)
1921 Harry Secombe, Swansea Wales, actor (Down Among the "Z" Men)
1922 Sid Caesar, comedian
1922 Lyndon LaRouche, American presidental candidate (1980)
1922 Sid Caesar, Yonkers NY, comedian (Your Show of Shows)
1922 Sid Caesar, comedian
1923 Alan Weeks, sports commentator
1923 Fran‡ois Chaumette, actor (They Never Slept, Christine)
1923 Hillevi Lagerstam, Kurikka Finland
1924 Wendell H Ford, (Sen-D-Kentucky, 1974- )
1925 Peter Sellers, (not now, Kato)
1925 Alexander Nikolayevich Kholminov, composer
1925 Denise Darcel, Paris France, actress (Dangerous When Wet)
1925 Heinz Lau, composer
1925 Magnus Blondal Johansson, composer
1925 Peter Sellers, England, actor (not now, Kato, Bobo, Pink Panther)
1925 Peter Sellers, (not now, Kato)
1929 Christoph von Dohn nyi, Berlin Germany, conductor/pianist (Cleve Orch)
1929 Severn Darden, actor (Popesco-Mary Hartman)
1930 Emilio Azcarraga Milmo, media tycoon
1930 Jeanette Altwegg, England, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1952)
1930 Mario Adorf, Zurich Switzerland, actor (Bachelor, Abyssinia)
1932 Patsy Cline
1932 Patsy Cline
1932 Patsy Cline
1932 Patsy Cline
1932 Patsy Cline
1932 Patsy Cline, Winchester Va, country singer (Crazy)
1933 Eric Salzman, composer
1934 Peter Maxwell Davies, Manchester Engld, composer (Prolation, Taverner)
1935 James Clay, saxophonist
1937 Virna Lisi, Italy, actress (Assault on a Queen, Bluebeard)
1938 Sam A Nunn, (Sen-D-Georgia, 1972- )
1940 Willie Tyler, Red Level Ala, ventriloquist (Lester)
1941 Alan Feinstein, NYC, actor (Max-Berrengers, Family Tree)
1941 Bernard Sanders, (Rep-R-Vermont)
1941 Dante Drowty, rocker
1942 Brian Cole, Tacoma Wash, rock vocalist/bassist (Association)
1942 Nancy Ann Dibble, Netherlands, sci-fi author (Summerfair)
1942 Sal Valentino, rocker
1945 Jose Feliciano, rocker
1945 Kelly Groucutt, rocker
1945 Rogie Vachon, Qu‚bec, NHL goalie (Canadiens, Kings, Vezina-1968)
1945 Ron "Pigpen" McKernan, Calif, rocker (Grateful Dead, Grass Roots)
1946 Dean Daughtry, rock keyboardist (Atlanta Rhythm Section)
1947 Amos Biwott, Uasin Gishee Kenya, 3K steeplechaser (Oly-gold-1968)
1947 Ann Beattie, Wash DC, short story writer (NYer Magazine)
1948 Great Kabuki, [Akihisa Yone Yoshi Mera], wrestler (NWA/NJPW/WAR/SWS)
1948 Jean-Pierre Monser‚, Flemish cyclist
1948 Kathy Hite-James, LPGA golfer
1948 Lynn/Marilyn [Lorraine] Abbey, US, sci-fi author (Black Flame)
1950 Daniel Victor Starr, composer
1950 Will Lee, rock guitarist (Late Show with David Letterman)
1951 Mark McCumber, golfer
1951 Randy T Odle, Port Arthur Texas, astronaut
1951 Timothy Gullikson, tennis player/coach (Pete Sampras)
1951 Tom Gullikson, Wisc, tennis player (US mixed Doubles 1984)
1954 Clayton Norcross, actor (Bold & Beautiful, Colbys, Santa Barbara)
1956 Maurice Cheeks, NBA guard (NY Knicks, Phila '76ers)
1957 Heather Thomas, Greenwich Ct, actress (Jody-Fall Guy, Coed Fever)
1957 Melissa Whitmire, LPGA golfer
1958 David Lewis, guitarist (Atlantic Star-Touch a 4 Leaf Clover)
1960 Stefano Casiraghi, husband of princess Caroline of Monaco
1961 Franny Michel, Bkln NY, actress (Patricia-Apple's Way)
1962 Ren‚ Klijn, [Dorian], singer (Mr Blue)
1963 Gerald Williams, NFL defensive end (Carolina Panthers)
1964 Steffan Peters, equestrian dressage (Olympics-bronze-96)
1965 Barbra Fontana Harris, Manhattan Beach CA, volleyballer (Oly-4th-96)
1966 Mike Dyer, Upland Calif, pitcher (Montreal Expos)
1966 Raymond Atteveld, Belgian soccer player (Waregem, Roda JC)
1967 Brett Winslow, Santa Barbara Calif, volleyball middle blocker (Oly-96)
1970 Clarence Weatherspoon, NBA forward (Phila 76ers)
1970 Tomur Barnes, NFL cornerback (Houston Oilers)
1971 Cristy Thom, LA Ca, playmate (Feb, 1991)
1971 David Merritt, NFL outside linebacker (Arizona Cardinals)
1971 Greg Minor, NBA guard (Boston Celtics)
1971 Henry Thomas, San Antonio TX, actor (ET)
1971 Jan Pardavy, hockey forward (Team Slovakia)
1972 David Arquette, actor (Scream, Scream 2, Kiss & Tell)
1973 Bob Wolcott, Huntington Beach Ca, pitcher (Seattle Mariners)
1973 Jason Downs, actor (Bobby-Hairspray)
1975 Elena Likhovtseva, Alma-Ata Kazakhstan, tennis star
1975 John Thomas, NBA forward (Boston Celtics)
1976 Sjeng Schalken, Weert Neth, tennis star
1977 Maria Helena Selin, ice hockey right wing (Finland, Oly-98)
1978 Marco Sturm, Dingolfing GER, NHL forward (Sharks, Team Germany 1998)
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas
1981 Jonathan Taylor Thomas, Bethlehem PA, actor (Randy-Home Improvement)

Events


International Literacy Day
International Literacy Day
1024 Duke Koenraad II chosen German king
1141 -9] Battle of Samarkand: Yelutashi defeats Islams
1156 Henry II Jasormigott leaves Bavaria
1276 John XXI elected Pope
1303 Anagni: French king Philip IV captures Pope Boniface VIII
1380 Russians defeat Tatars at Kulikovo, beginning decline of Tatars.
1380 Russians defeat Tatars at Kulikovo, beginning decline of Tatars.
1380 Battle on Kulikovo: Moscow's great monarch Dimitri beats Mongols
1380 Russians defeat Tatars at Kulikovo, beginning decline of Tatars
1514 Battle at Ozra: Polish/Latvia army beats Russians
1522 Spanish navigator Juan de Elcano returns to Spain, completes 1st circumnavigation of globe, expedition begins under Ferdinand Magellan
1536 Earl of Nassau disbands siege of P‚ronne
1545 English earl Hertford leads retaliatory mission against Scotland
1553 City of Lichfield, England forms
1563 Maximilian chosen king of Hungary
1565 Turkish siege of Malta broken by Maltese & Knights of St. John.
1565 1st permanent settlement in US founded at St Augustine, Florida
1565 Turkish siege of Malta broken by Maltese & Knights of St. John.
1565 1st permanent settlement in US founded at St Augustine, Florida
1565 1st permanent settlement in US forms (St Augustine, Florida)
1565 Turkish siege of Malta broken by Maltese & Knights of St John
1628 Bay of Matanzas Cuba: Piet Heyn captures Spanish silver fleet
1655 Swedish king Karel X Gustaaf occupies Warsaw
1664 Dutch surrender New Amsterdam (NY) to English.
1664 Dutch surrender New Amsterdam (NY) to English.
1664 Dutch surrender New Amsterdam (NY) to 300 English soldiers
1689 China & Russia signs Treaty of Nertsjinsk (Nierchul)
1713 Pope Clemens XI publishes degree "Unigenitus" against Jansenism"
1755 Battle at Lake George: English army beats France
1760 French army gives Montreal to Gen Jeffrey Amherst
1771 Mission San Gabriel Archangel founded in California.
1771 Mission San Gabriel Archangel founded in California.
1771 Mission San Gabriel Archangel forms in California
1796 Battle of Bassano-French beat Austrians
1833 Charles Darwin departs to Buenos Aires
1847 US under Gen Scott defeat Mexicans at Battle of Molino del Rey
1854 With a 3-2 count, Phillies Richie Ashburn fouls next 14, then walks
1855 Crimean war - assault of Malakof Tower under Mac-Mahon)
1858 Lincoln makes a speech describing when you can fool people.
1858 Lincoln makes a speech describing when you can fool people.
1858 Lincoln makes a speech about when you can fool people
1860 Loss of steamer, "Lady Elgin"
1863 -10] Federal troops reconquer the Cumperland Gap, Tennessee
1863 Battle of Sabine Pass TX: 47 Texas volunteers repel Federal forces
1863 Battle of Telford's Depot TN
1868 NY Athletic Club forms
1870 Neth & Engl sign "Koelietraktaat" Br-Indian contract work in Suriname
1883 Northern Pacific RR's last spike driven at Independence Creek, Mo
1883 Northern Pacific RR's last spike driven at Independence Creek, Mo
1883 NY Giants score 13 runs in an inning against Phillies
1883 Northern Pacific RR's last spike driven at Independence Creek, Mont
1892 1st appearance of "Pledge of Allegiance" (Youth's Companion)
1899 British govt sends an additional 10,000 troops to Natal South Africa
1900 6,000 killed when a hurricane & tidal wave strikes Galveston, Texas
1905 Pitts Pirates strand NL record 18 men on base & lose to Reds 8-3
1907 Pius X publishes encyclical Pasceni dominici gregis (anti-modernism)
1914 British trader Oceanic sinks off Scotland
1915 Assn of Negro Life & History founded
1919 Babe Ruth hits his 26th HR off Jack Quinn in NY, breaking Buck Freeman's 1899 HR mark of 25
1920 1st US Air Mail service begins.
1920 1st US Air Mail service begins.
1920 US Air Mail service begins (NYC to SF)
1921 1st Miss America crowned (Margaret Gorman of Washington DC)
1921 Mary Gorman (Wash DC), 16, crowned 1st Miss America [or 9/14]
1924 Alexandra Kollontai of Russia becomes 1st woman ambassador
1926 League of Nations Assembly voted unanimously to admit Germany
1930 1st appearance of comic strip "Blondie"
1930 NYC public schools begin teaching Hebrew
1930 Richard Drew creates Scotch tape
1933 Spain's 2nd govt of Aza¤a forms
1934 54th US Mens Tennis: Fred Perry beats Wilmer L Allison (64 63 16 86)
1934 Bradman scores 132 v Leveson-Gower XI, 90 mins, 24 fours 1 six
1934 Luxury passenger ship Morro Castle for NJ catches fire, 133 die
1935 Willy de Supervise swims runs world record 200 m freestyle (2:25.2)
1936 Princess Juliana & German prince Bernard Lippe-Biesterfeld get engaged
1937 Pan Arab conference about Palestine opens
1937 Yankees trailing 6-1 in 9th, score 8 to beat Boston 9-6
1939 FDR declares "limited national emergency" due to war in Europe
1939 Gen Von Reichenaus pantzer division reaches suburbs of Warsaw
1939 Indians Bob Feller, 20, is youngest pitcher to win 20 games
1939 Yanks beat Red Sox 4-1 in 7, game called because of lightning
1941 Blockade of Leningrad (St Petersburg) by Germany begins
1941 Entire Jewish community of Meretsch, Lithuania is exterminated
1943 Italy surrenders to the allies in WW II
1943 Italy surrenders to the allies in WW II
1943 Gen Eisenhower announce unconditional surrender of Italy in WW II
1943 Italy surrenders to Allies in WW II
1943 Lt-Gen Bradley flies to Carthago/Algiers Sicily
1943 NY Giants' pitcher Ace Adams sets record by working in his 62nd game
1944 1st V-2 rockets land in London & Antwerp
1944 Russians march into Bulgaria; Bulgaria declares war on Germany
1945 US invades Japanese-held Korea.
1945 US invades Japanese-held Korea.
1945 US invades Japanese-held Korea
1945 Hideki Tojo, Japanese PM during most of WW II, attempts suicide rather than face war crimes tribunal attempt fails, later he is hanged
1946 60th US Womens Tennis: Pauline Betz beats Patricia Canning (119 63)
1946 66th US Mens Tennis: Jack Kramer beats Tom Brown Jr (97 63 60)
1946 Bill Kennedy of Rocky Mount (CPL) strikes out minors record 456
1946 Bulgaria ends monarchy
1946 Jack Kramer wins US Tennis Open
1946 SF 49ers play 1st AAFC game, lose to NY Yankees 21-7
1947 British govt sails "Exodus" with fugitives from Nazis
1948 British De Havilland 08-fighter flies faster than sound
1951 Japan signs peace treaty with 48 countries (SF)
1951 Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Sempiternus Rex
1952 72nd US Mens Tennis: Frank A Sedgman beats Gardnar Mulloy (61 62 63)
1952 Ernest Hemmingway's "Old Man & Sea" published
1953 "Carnival in Flanders" opens at New Century Theater NY for 6 perfs
1953 Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fulgeno corona
1954 Alan Freed leaves Cleveland to NYC for WINS radio
1954 SE Asia Treaty Org (SEATO) forms to stop communist spread in SE Asia
1955 Earliest clinching of an NL pennant (Brooklyn Dodgers)
1956 Harry Belafonte's album "Calypso," goes to #1 & stays #1 for 31 weeks
1957 77th US Mens Tennis: M J Anderson beats Ashley J Cooper (108 75 64)
1957 Jackie Wilson, releases his 1st solo single "Reet Petite"
1957 Pope Pius XII encyclical On motion pictures, radio, TV
1958 Mickey Wright wins LPGA Dallas Golf Open
1958 Oman turns over Gwadur (on Bal£chist n coast) to Pakistan
1958 Paul Anka opens Asian tour in Tokyo
1960 German DR limits access to East-Berlin for West Berliners
1962 Chinese troops exceed Mac-Mahon-line (Tibet-India boundary)
1962 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1963 77th US Womens Tennis: Maria Fraser beats Margaret Smith Court (75 64)
1963 83rd US Mens Tennis: R H Osuna beats Frank Froehling III (75 64 62)
1963 Algerian population accepts constitution
1963 Braves Warren Spahn ties Christy Mathewson with 13 20-win seasons
1963 Ines Cuervo de Priete, 34, gives birth to quintuplets, all boys
1963 Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Spokane Women's Golf Open
1965 Hurricane Betsy kills 75 in Louisiana & Florida
1965 KC A's Bert Campaneris plays all 9 positions in a game
1966 "Star Trek" premieres on NBC-TV
1966 "That Girl" starring Marlo Thomas premieres on ABC-TV
1967 Surveyor 5 launched; makes soft landing on Moon Sept 10
1967 Uganda abolishes traditional tribal kingdoms, becomes a republic
1968 "Funny Girl" with Barbra Striesand premieres
1968 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1968 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Pacific Ladies Golf Classic
1968 Saundra Williams wins 1st Miss Black America pageant
1969 2nd US Tennis Open smallest session - 3708 (men's singles final-rain)
1969 89th US Mens Tennis: Rodney G Laver beats Tony Roche (79 61 62 62)
1969 Suleiman Maghrabi appointed premier of Libya
1969 US amateur Mens Tennis: Stan Smith beats Bob Lutz (97 63 61)
1971 John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts opens in Washington DC
1972 Chic Cub Ferguson Jenkins wins his 20th game for 6th straight year
1972 Jim Ryan (US) & Billy Fordjour (Ghana) collide & fall in qualifying competitions for 1,500m finals, ending Ryan's chances for gold
1973 87th US Womens Tennis: M S Court beats E Goolagong Cawley (76 57 62)
1973 Billy Martin named manager of Texas Rangers
1973 Hank Aaron sets record of most HRs in 1 league (709)
1973 Rebecca Ann King (Colo), 23, crowned 46th Miss America 1974
1974 88th US Womens Tennis: Billie J King beats Evonne Goolagong (36 63 75)
1974 94th US Mens Tennis: Jimmy Connors beats Ken Rosewall (61 60 61)
1974 Ian Thompson wins marathon (2:13:18.8)
1974 Joanne Carner wins LPGA Dallas Civitan Golf Open
1974 Pres Gerald Ford pardons former Pres R Nixon of all federal crimes
1975 Boston begins court ordered busing of public schools
1975 Guinee-Bissau declares independence from Portugal
1976 Fons Rademakers' film "Max Havelaar" premieres in Amsterdam
1977 Interpol sends a resolution concerning video piracy
1977 Jimmy McCullough quits Wings
1978 2nd game of Boston Massacre; Yanks beat Red Sox 13-2
1978 Irani army shoots on Khomeini followers in Teheran, 100s killed
1979 Cheryl Prewitt (Miss), 22, crowned 52nd Miss America 1980
1979 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1980 Bowie Kuhn suspends Ferguson Jenkins indefinitely due to drug arrest
1982 Dutch social dem party wins elections, fascist enters Dutch parliament
1983 NASA launches RCA-6
1984 98th US Womens Tennis: M Navratilova beats Chris E L Mills (46 64 64)
1984 Challenger moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS 41G mission
1985 "USA Weekend's" 1st issue, appears in 255 newspapers
1985 105th US Mens Tennis: Ivan Lendl beats John McEnroe (76 63 64)
1985 7 die in a car & train crash in San Jose Calif
1985 Alayson Gibbons sets 24 hr women swim record of 42.05 mi in 25 m pool
1985 Discovery flies back to Kennedy Space Center via Kelly AFB
1985 Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Portland Ping Golf Championship
1985 Pete Rose ties Ty Cobb with 4,191 hits
1986 Westinghouse sells Muzak
1987 Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation
1988 Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation
1988 Javier Sotomayer of Cuba high jumps world record 2.43 m (7' 11«")
1988 NL pres Bart Giamatti is unanimously elected baseball's 7th commish
1989 George Brett gets his 2,500th hit
1989 Mausoleum of Beatrice of Brabant (1288) discovered in Kortrijk Belgium
1989 Norwegian Convair 580 crashes at Jutland in sea (55 murder)
1990 104th US Womens Tennis: Gabriela Sabatini beats Steffi Graf (62 76)
1990 Ellis Island Historical Site opens on Ellis Island NYC
1991 111th US Mens Tennis: Stefan Edberg beats Jim Courier (62 64 60)
1991 Buffalo Bill Jim Kelly passes for 6 touchdowns vs Pitts (52-34)
1991 Macedonia votes for independence from Yugoslavia
1991 Michelle Estill wins Ping-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship
1992 Danny Tartabull has 9 RBIs as Yanks beat Orioles 16-4
1992 Howard Stern Radio Show begins broadcasting in Dallas (KGEL-FM 97.1)
1993 Baseball's proposed switch to a three-division format OKed in AL
1993 Cheek Junxia wins world record ladies 10 km (29:31.78)
1993 Houston's Darryl Kile throws 3rd no-hitter of season in 7-1 over Mets
1994 "Philadelphia, Here I Come" opens at Criterion NYC for 52 perfs
1994 Last US, British & French troops leave West-Berlin
1994 MTV awards feature newlyweds Michael Jackson & Lisa Marie Presley
1994 Man shoots another man on IRT #4 train at Grand Central Station
1994 USAir Boeing 737 crashes at Pitts Airport, killing all 132 on board
1995 Cleveland Indians clinch 1st AL Central Division title
1996 "7 Guitars" closes at Walter Kerr Theater NYC
1996 110th US Womens Tennis: Steffi Graf beats Monica Seles (75 64)
1996 116th US Mens Tennis: Pete Sampras beats Michael Chang (61 64 76)
1996 48th Emmy Awards: ER, Dennis Franz & Kathy Baker wins
1996 Dottie Pepper wins Safeway LPGA title
1996 Men's championship at US Tennis Open
1996 Ping-Cellular One LPGA Golf Championship
1996 Sri Lanka defeat Australia to win Singer World Series at Colombo

That's All....

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