28 May 2013 - WHAT HAPPENED ON THIS DAY?

WHAT HAPPENED


ON THIS DAY?

G'day guys,

Here is a collection of incidents that have have occurred on this day, the 28th of May, in history ...

  • 0640 - Severinus begins his reign as Catholic Pope (elected in 638)
  • 1037 - German emperor Koenraad II removes "Constitutio the Feudis"
  • 1156 - Battle at Brindisi: King Willem of Sicily beats Byzantine fleet
  • 1349 - 60 Jews murdered in Breslau Silesia
  • 1358 - Daint-Leu at Oise begins French boer uprising
  • 1521 - Pope Leo X signs treaty with German emperor Charles V
  • 1533 - England's archbishop voids King Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn's marriage
  • 1539 - Hernando de Soto lands in Florida
  • 1608 - Claudio Monteverdi's "Arianna," premieres in Mantua
  • 1635 - Zorilla's "El Desafio de Carlos V," premieres in Madrid
  • 1664 - 1st Baptist Church organizes (Boston)
  • 1674 - German Parliament declares war on France
  • 1731 - All Hebrew books in Papal State are confiscated
  • 1741 - Spain & Bavaria sign treaty
  • 1742 - 1st indoor swimming pool opens (Goodman's Fields, London)
  • 1754 - George Washington defeats French & indians at Ft Duquesne (Pitts)
  • 1774 - 1st Continental Congress convenes (Virginia)
  • 1818 - 1st steam-vessel to sail Great Lakes launched
  • 1830 - Congress authorizes Indian removal from all states to western prairie
  • 1845 - Fire in Quebec Canada, 1,500 houses destroyed
  • 1849 - Princess WFLC Marianne & Albrecht of Prussia separate
  • 1851 - Sojourner Truth attends Women's Rights Convention
  • 1858 - Dion Boucicault's "Foul Play," premieres in London
  • 1863 - 1st black regiment (54 Mass) leaves Boston to fight in Civil War
  • 1866 - Dutch govt of Zuylen van Nijevelt/Heemskerk forms
  • 1871 - Paris communards revolt put down
  • 1875 - 3rd Preakness: L Hughes aboard Tom Ochiltree wins in 2:43«
  • 1880 - 8th Preakness: L Hughes aboard Grenada wins in 2:40«
  • 1892 - Sierra Club forms by John Muir in SF, for conservation of nature
  • 1894 - Belgium Princess Josephine marries Prince Karl von Hohenzollern
  • 1900 - Britain annexes Orange Free State (as Orange River Colony)
  • 1900 - Fire in Cincinnati nearly destroys Reds' grandstand
  • 1900 - Solar eclipse occurs
  • 1901 - 26th Preakness: Fred Landry aboard The Parader wins in 1:47.2
  • 1901 - Laws against phosphor matches enacted (inhibition white phosphorous)
  • 1904 - 29th Preakness: Eugene Hildebrand aboard Bryn Mawr wins in 1:44.2
  • 1906 - Shields/Cobbs musical "His honor, the Mayor," premieres in NYC
  • 1907 - Auto-Cycle Union Tourist Trophy, 1st held
  • 1912 - Jackie Matthews takes 2 cricket hat-tricks same day Aust v S Africa
  • 1915 - John B Gruelle patents Raggedy Ann doll
  • 1918 - Tatars declares Azerbaijan, in Russian Caucasus, independent
  • 1919 - Armenia declares it's Independence
  • 1923 - Attorney General says it is legal for women to wear trousers anywhere
  • 1923 - US unemployment has nearly ended
  • 1926 - Military coup by Gen Manuel Gomes da Costa in Portugal
  • 1926 - US Customs Court created by congress
  • 1927 - Hammond scores his 1,000th cricket run of the season after 22 days
  • 1928 - Dodge Brothers Inc & Chrysler Corp merged
  • 1929 - 1st all color talking picture "On With the Show" exhibited (NYC)
  • 1930 - Georges Forbes succeeds Joseph Ward as premier of NZ
  • 1932 - Dam closed, at current monument (South Seas)
  • 1934 - Bradman gets 160 Aust v Middlesex, 124 mins, 27 fours, 1x6, 1x5
  • 1934 - Hobbs scores his 197th & last FC cricket ton at 51 years 163 days
  • 1937 - Golden Gate Bridge in SF opens to vehicular traffic
  • 1937 - Neville Chamberlain becomes PM of England
  • 1938 - Foundation for Tel Aviv harbor laid
  • 1938 - Hindemiths opera "Mathis der Maler," premieres in Zrich
  • 1940 - Belgium surrenders to Germany, King Leopold III gives himself up
  • 1940 - British-French troops capture Narvik Norway
  • 1940 - Irving Berlin's musical "Louisiana Purchase," premieres in NYC
  • 1941 - 1st night game at Wash DC, Griffith stadium (Yanks 6, Senators 5)
  • 1941 - British army begins evacuation of Kreta
  • 1941 - NY Yankees nip Wash Senators 6-5 in 1st night game at Griffith Stadium
  • 1942 - 1,800 Czechs murdered by Nazis during attack on Heydrich
  • 1943 - British militia reaches Tito
  • 1946 - 1st night game at Yankee stadium (Senators 2, Yanks 1)
  • 1948 - Iraq captures Ge'ulim settlement
  • 1951 - After going 0-for-12, Willie Mays connects for his 1st HR
  • 1951 - Bernardus J Alfrink appointed bishop's asst of Utrecht
  • 1951 - Jerry Colonna Show, debuts on ABC-TV
  • 1951 - Willie Mays gets his 1st major league hit, a home run
  • 1953 - Premier of 1st animated 3-D cartoon in Technicolor-"Melody"
  • 1955 - 81st Preakness: Eddie Arcaro aboard Nashua wins in 1:54.6
  • 1955 - Bob Sweikert wins Indianapolis 500
  • 1955 - Fay Crocker wins LPGA Wolverine Golf Open
  • 1956 - Dale Long becomes 1st to hit HRs in 8 straight games
  • 1956 - Eisenhower signs farm bill allows govt to store agricultural surplus
  • 1957 - NL approves Bkln Dodgers' & NY Giants' move to west coast
  • 1957 - US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
  • 1957 - WPSD TV channel 6 in Paducah, KY (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • 1958 - French govt of Pflimlin resigns/200,000 demonstrate against De Gaulle
  • 1958 - Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Land of Sky Golf Open
  • 1959 - Congressional Committee of Astronautics meets Project 7 astronauts
  • 1959 - Johnson & Bart's musical "Lock up your daughters," premieres in London
  • 1959 - Monkeys Able & Baker zoom 300 mi (500 km) into space on Jupiter missile, became 1st animals retrieved from a space mission
  • 1960 - "Greenwillow" closes at Alvin Theater NYC after 95 performances
  • 1961 - Amnesty Intl founded (Nobel Peace Prize 1977)
  • 1961 - Last trip (Paris to Bucharest) on Orient Express (after 78 years)
  • 1961 - Record 27 HRs hit in 7 AL games
  • 1962 - Suit alleging de facto school segregation filed in Rochester NY
  • 1962 - US stock market drops $20.8 B in 1 day
  • 1962 - Wide World of Sports with Chris Schenkel premieres on CBS radio
  • 1963 - Cyclone hits Chittagong, Bangladesh; about 1 million houses destroyed
  • 1963 - Estimated 22,000 die in another cyclone in Bay of Bengal (India)
  • 1963 - Jomo Kenyatta becomes 1st PM of Kenya
  • 1964 - Dmitri Shostakovitch completes his 9th String quartet
  • 1964 - Jawaharlal Nehru cremated in New Dehli
  • 1964 - Palestine National Congress forms the PLO in Jerusalem
  • 1964 - Unmanned Apollo 2 Saturn test launched into Earth orbit
  • 1965 - Fire & explosion at Dhori mine in Dhanbad India kills 400
  • 1966 - "Ballad Of Irving" by Frank Gallop hits #34
  • 1966 - Dmitri Shostakovitch's 11th String quartet, premieres in Leningrad
  • 1967 - Dmitri Shostakovitch completes his 2nd Violin concert
  • 1967 - Francis Chichester arrives home at Plymouth from Round-the-world trip
  • 1967 - USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
  • 1968 - AL announces it is splitting into 2 divisions
  • 1968 - NL grants San Diego Padres a franchise
  • 1968 - Senator Eugene McCarthy wins Democrate primary in Oregon
  • 1969 - AC Milan wins 14th Europe Cup 1 in Madrid
  • 1971 - Paul McCartney releases his 2nd solo album "Ram"
  • 1971 - USSR Mars 3 launched, 1st spacecraft to soft land on Mars
  • 1972 - White House "plumbers" break into Democratic Natl HQ at Watergate
  • 1973 - Chic White Sox beat Cleve Indians, 6-3, in 21 inn (game started 5/26)
  • 1974 - "Magic Show" opens at Cort Theater NYC for 1859 performances
  • 1974 - 26th Emmy Awards: MASH, Alan Alda & Mary Tyler Moore win
  • 1974 - Emmy 1st Daytime Award presentation
  • 1974 - Italians fascist bomb demonstrators in Brescia, 6 killed
  • 1974 - Stephen Schwartz' musical "Magic Show," premieres in NYC
  • 1975 - Bayern Mnchen wins 20th Europe Cup 1 in Paris
  • 1975 - Soyuz 18 launches
  • 1977 - 165 killed in a fire at Beverly Hills Supper Club in Kentucky
  • 1978 - Al Unser became 5th to win Indianapolis 500, 3 times
  • 1979 - European Market accepts Greece as member
  • 1980 - 2 Oakland A's steal home in 1st inning
  • 1980 - Joe Darby does a standing long jump of 12'5"
  • 1980 - Nottingham Forrest wins 25th Europe Cup 1 in Madrid
  • 1982 - Leonard Maltin's 1st appearance on Entertainment Tonight
  • 1982 - Pope John Paul II is 1st pope to visit Great Britain
  • 1983 - "Ricky" by Weird Al Yankovic hits #63
  • 1983 - Hamburger ZV wins 28th Europe Cup 1 in Athens
  • 1985 - David Jacobsen taken hostage in Beirut Lebanon
  • 1985 - Discovery moves to Vandenberg AFB for mating of STS 51-G
  • 1986 - Democratic Labor Party wins parliamentary election in Barbados
  • 1986 - White Sox Joe Cowley sets record striking out 1st 7 Rangers he faces
  • 1987 - 60th Natl Spelling Bee: Stephanie Petit wins spelling staphylococci
  • 1987 - Mathias Rust, 19, W German pilot, makes unauthorized landing in USSR
  • 1987 - Monitor, Civil War warship, is discovered by a deep sea robot
  • 1987 - Paul Pearman jumps 21 barrels on a skateboard in Augusta
  • 1987 - Southern League no-hit record-Bob Milacki pitches 11 1/3 no-hit inn
  • 1987 - Stacking of Discovery's SRBs completed
  • 1988 - Genie Francis (General Hospital) weds Jonathan Frakes (Star Trek TNG)
  • 1989 - Ayako Okamoto wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
  • 1989 - Delta Burke (Designing Women) weds Gerald McRaney (Major Dad)
  • 1989 - Emerson Fittipaldi wins Indianapolis 500
  • 1990 - C‚sar Gaviria Trujillo installed as president of Colombia
  • 1990 - Dave Thomas Comedy Show, debuts on CBS-TV
  • 1990 - Eugenia Charles' Dom'n Freedom Party wins election in Dominica
  • 1990 - Longest wheelie (David Robilliard with 5h12m33s (Channel Islands)
  • 1991 - Ethiopian rebels seize Addis Ababa
  • 1992 - 65th National Spelling Bee: Amanda Goad wins spelling lyceum
  • 1993 - 200,000 demonstrate against mafia terror
  • 1993 - Polish govt of Suchocka falls
  • 1994 - "Cafe American," last airs on NBC-TV
  • 1994 - Twin's Dave Winfield passes Rod Carew into 15th hit list (3,054)
  • 1995 - "Inspector Calls" closes at Royale Theater NYC after 454 performances
  • 1995 - Alison Nichols wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic
  • 1995 - Dottie Mochrie wins J C Penney/LPGA Skins Golf Game
  • 1995 - Earthquake hits Russian town of Khabarovsk, killing 2,000 people
  • 1995 - Southwestern Florida outside of Tampa begins using new area code 941
  • 1995 - White Sox (5) & Tigers (7) combine for record 12 HRs at Tiger Stadium
  • 1997 - Bob Dylan hospitalized in England with histoplasmosis
  • 1997 - Linda Finch completes Amelia Earhart attempted around-the-world flight
  • 1997 - Tornado in Jarrell Texas kills at least 28
  • 1997 - Wallace Berg, 42, is 4th American to scale Mt Everest for 3rd time 
Famous birthdays:

  • 1371 - John, the Fearless, Burgundy France, Duke of Burgundy/warrior
  • 1577 - Floris II van Pallandt, Dutch earl of Culemborg/politician
  • 1660 - George I, King of England (1714-27)
  • 1738 - Joseph Ignace Guillotin, France, physician/inventor (guillotine)
  • 1759 - William Pitt, the Younger (C), English PM (1783-1801, 1804-06)
  • 1765 - Jean Baptiste Cartier, composer
  • 1777 - Joseph-Henri-Ignace Mees, composer
  • 1778 - Friedrich Westenholz, composer
  • 1780 - Joseph Frohlich, composer
  • 1782 - Wouter J van Troostwijk, Dutch painter
  • 1789 - Bernard S Ingemann, Danish author (Tomorrow- og Aftensange)
  • 1798 - Josef Dessauer, composer
  • 1807 - Jan van Swieten, Dutch general/governor of West-Sumatra
  • 1807 - Louis Agassiz, Switzerland, naturalist/geologist/teacher
  • 1810 - Alexandre Calamo, Switz, painter/etcher/lithographer
  • 1818 - Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard, US Confederate gen (Hero of Sumter)
  • 1819 - William Birney, Bvt Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1907
  • 1820 - Willem Doorenbos, [Keerom], literary/critic
  • 1828 - Alpheus Baker, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1891
  • 1828 - Bartel Wilton, machinefabrikant/ship builder
  • 1830 - George Lucas Hartsuff, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1874
  • 1830 - Karoly Filtsch, composer
  • 1831 - Eliza Ann Gardner, underground railway conductor
  • 1838 - Basil Wilson Duke, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1916
  • 1841 - Giovanni Sgambati, composer
  • 1844 - Leon Felix Augustin Joseph Vasseur, composer
  • 1851 - Dick Barlow, cricketer (immortal England all-rounder of 1880's)
  • 1862 - Henry W Slocum Jr, tennis champ (US Open-1888)
  • 1863 - Georg Adler, German state economist
  • 1865 - Gerrit Grijns, Dutch physiologist (Vitamin E)
  • 1868 - Claude Anet, [Jean Schopfer], French writer (Fille Perdue)
  • 1874 - G K Chesterton, writer
  • 1879 - Milutin Milankovic, Yugoslavian astronomer/meteorologist
  • 1883 - George Dyson, composer
  • 1883 - Luigi Perrachio, composer
  • 1884 - Edvard Benes, premier/president of Czechoslovakia (1921-22, 35-48)
  • 1884 - Theo(door) van Reijn, Dutch sculptor/lithographer
  • 1886 - Nicolai Sokoloff, near Kiev Ukraine, conductor (Seattle Symph)
  • 1887 - Hank Mann, NYC, actor (City Lights, Smoky, Dawn Trail, Fugitive Road)
  • 1888 - James Francis Thorpe, Shawnee OK, decathelete (Olympic-gold-1912)
  • 1888 - Jim Thorpe, Shawnee OK, decathelete (Olympics-gold-1912)
  • 1889 - Jose Padilla, composer
  • 1892 - Minna Gombell, Baltimore, actress (Bad Girl, Thin Man, Hello Sister)
  • 1894 - Sammy White, RI, actor (711 Ocean Drive, Sound Off)
  • 1896 - Marius Monnikendam, Dutch choir composer
  • 1896 - Warren Giles, baseball's National League president
  • 1897 - Henry Kendall, London, actor (Amazing Quest, Shadow, Rich & Strange)
  • 1898 - Andy Kirk, jazz musician
  • 1900 - Owen Aisher, president (Marley)
  • 1903 - Gaston Duribreux, Flemish writer (Golden Sail)
  • 1904 - Shalva Mikhaylovich Mshvelidze, composer
  • 1906 - Mary Ralton, director (British WRAC)
  • 1906 - Phil Regan, singer (My Wild Irish Rose)
  • 1907 - Frederick George Emmison, archivist/historian
  • 1907 - Henry Ritz, comedian/dancer (Ritz Brothers)
  • 1907 - Patrick Browne, British Lord justice of appeal
  • 1908 - Ian Lancaster Fleming, London England, author (James Bond)
  • 1909 - John Schepens, [Jean Baudoux], Flemish journalist/writer (Polyfoto)
  • 1910 - Rachel Kempson, actress (Captive Heart)
  • 1910 - Stuart Piggott, archaeologist
  • 1910 - T-Bone Walker, Linden Tx, blues guitarist (Funky Town, Well Done)
  • 1911 - Bob Crisp, cricketer (South African pace bowler of 30's)
  • 1911 - Jean-Pierre Levy, resistance leader
  • 1912 - Leslie Monson, diplomat
  • 1912 - Patrick White, Australia, novelist (Happy Valley, Nobel 1973)
  • 1913 - Gordon Wolstenholme, physician
  • 1914 - W G G Duncan-Smith, fighter pilot
  • 1915 - Scott McKay, Pleasantville Iowa, actor (Stage Door)
  • 1915 - Wolfgang Schneiderhan, violinist
  • 1916 - C Wright Mills, US sociologist (Power Elite) [or Aug 28]
  • 1916 - Gerald McArthur, detective
  • 1916 - Thora Hird, actress (Nightcomers, Kind of Loving)
  • 1916 - Walker Percy, Birmingham Ala, writer (Adventures of a Bad Catholic)
  • 1917 - "Papa" John Creach, violinist
  • 1917 - Barry Commoner, Brooklyn NY, biologist (Science & Survival)
  • 1917 - Gerald Cash, Gov-Gen (Bahamas)
  • 1917 - Marshall Reed, Englewood Calif, actor (Fred Asher-Lineup)
  • 1917 - Pape John Creech, rocker (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)
  • 1919 - Duke of Rutland, British land owner/multimillionaire
  • 1919 - Frank Middlemass, actor (Island, Oliver Twist)
  • 1919 - John Eldridge, CEO (Matthews Wrightmson)
  • 1922 - John Alderson, chief constable (Devon & Cornwall UK)
  • 1923 - Gy”rgy Ligeti, Dics”szentmartin Transylvania Hungary composer
  • 1923 - Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao, India, film star (Patala Bhairavi)
  • 1924 - Edward du Cann, CEO (Lonrho)
  • 1924 - Lord Rippon, British MP
  • 1924 - Reginald Eyre, solicitor/MP
  • 1925 - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Zehlendorf Germany, baritone (Doktor Faust)
  • 1925 - Martha Vickers, Ann Arbor MI, actress (Alimony, Man I Love, Ruthless)
  • 1927 - Bernhard Lewkovitch, composer
  • 1927 - Fran‡ois Nourissier, French writer (Un petit bourgeois)
  • 1927 - Gyorgy Ligeti, composer
  • 1927 - Norman Ireland, CEO (Bowater)
  • 1927 - Robert Evans, CEO (British Gas)
  • 1928 - Albert Booth, British government minister
  • 1928 - Jacob R Druckman, composer
  • 1929 - Leslie Wight, cricketer (one Test WI v India 1953, scored 21)
  • 1929 - Patrick McNair-Wilson, MP
  • 1930 - Edward Seaga, PM (Jamaica)
  • 1930 - Julian Penkivil Slade, composer
  • 1931 - Carroll Baker, Penn, actress (Andy Warhol's Bad, Babydoll, Harlow)
  • 1931 - Ervin Junger, composer
  • 1931 - Peter Talbot Westergaard, composer
  • 1931 - Raymond Miquel, chairman (Scottish Sports Council)
  • 1931 - Stephen Birmingham, Hartford, author (Real Lace: America's Irish Rich)
  • 1932 - Henning Christiansen, composer
  • 1932 - Lord Renton, MP (Conservative)
  • 1932 - Timothy Renton, MP
  • 1933 - John Karlen, Bkln NY, actor (Harvey Lacey-Cagney & Lacey)
  • 1933 - Philip Otton, high court judge
  • 1934 - Dionne Quintuplets, secluded quintuplets, born Annette, Alive Cecile, Alive Emelie, Dead 1954 Marie, Dead 1970 Yvonne, Alive, First known set of surviving quintuplets, these girls were treated as a side show and lived in a virtual muse
  • 1934 - Dionne quintuplets, (Annette, C‚cile, milie, Marie, Yvonne), Canada
  • 1934 - Julian Slade, composer
  • 1934 - Rob du Bois, composer
  • 1935 - Kenneth Kleinwort, English banker/multi-millionaire
  • 1936 - Maki Ishii, composer
  • 1938 - Jerry West, W Virginia, NBA superstar (LA Lakers, Olympic-gold-1960)
  • 1938 - Prince Buster, Jamaican reggae musician/producer (Madness)
  • 1940 - Betty Shabazz, educator/talk show hostess/widow (Malcolm X)
  • 1940 - Hans Dulfer, tenor saxophonist/director (Paradiso)
  • 1940 - Thomas E Petri, (Rep-R-WI, 1979- )
  • 1941 - Beth Howland, Boston Mass, actress (Vera-Alice, Company)
  • 1941 - Guntram Vesper, writer
  • 1943 - Dennis Riley, composer
  • 1943 - Liz Edgar, horse show jumper
  • 1943 - Ray Mitchell, governor (Albany Prison, England)
  • 1943 - Tony Mansfield, [Anthony Bookbinder], rock drummer (Billy J Kramer)
  • 1944 - Adriaan T "Ad" Zuiderent, poet/critic (On the Droge)
  • 1944 - Billy Vera, musician (& Beaters-At This Moment, Into the Night)
  • 1944 - Gladys Knight, Atlanta Ga, singer, leader of Pips (Last Train)
  • 1944 - Rudy Giuliani, (Mayor-R/L-NYC, 1994- )
  • 1945 - Gary Stewart, Latcher County Ky, country singer (She's Actin' Single)
  • 1945 - John Fogerty, Berkeley Cal, rock vocals (Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • 1946 - Madeleine Le Roux, Wyoming, Broadway actress (Cry Uncle)
  • 1947 - Faith Brown, impressionist
  • 1947 - Patti Reynolds, Chicago Ill, playmate (Sept, 1965)
  • 1947 - Sondra Locke, Shelbyville Tenn, actress (Heart Is a Lonely Hunter)
  • 1948 - Bob Shearer, Melbourne VIC, Australasia golfer
  • 1948 - Ray Laidlaw, British rock drummer (Jack the Lad)
  • 1949 - Shelley Hamlin, San Mateo CA, LPGA golfer (1978 Patty Berg Classic)
  • 1949 - Sue Holderness, actress (Marlene-Only Fools & Horses, Sandbaggers)
  • 1953 - Arto Lindsay, rocker/actor (Cookie, Desperately Seeking Susan)
  • 1954 - George E Mahlberg, Astrophysicist, Mt Palomar/Mt Wilson CA (1974-78)
  • 1954 - Joƒo Carlos De Oliveira, Brazil, triple jumper (Oly-bronze-1976, 80)
  • 1956 - Germaine Montenesdro, 2nd victim of NYC's Zodiac killer (survives)
  • 1956 - Jeff Dujon, cricket wicket-keeper (WI 1981-91, their most successful)
  • 1956 - Mark Alexander Lees, rowing Coach
  • 1956 - Susie Diane Owens, Arkansas City Kansas, playmate (March, 1988)
  • 1957 - Kirk Gibson, Mich, outfield (Tigers, Dodgers, 1988 NL MVP)
  • 1957 - Walter R Tucker, (Rep-D-California)
  • 1958 - Yvet Anna, painter
  • 1959 - Leon "The Bop" Klaasse, rock drummer/singer (The Pilgrims-Red)
  • 1960 - Allan Green, cricketeer
  • 1961 - Roland Gift, UK, rocker (Fine Young Cannibals-She Drives Me Crazy)
  • 1962 - Brandon Cruz, actor (Eddie-Courtship of Eddie's Father)
  • 1963 - Eugene Robinson, NFL safety (Seattle Seahawk, GB Packers-Superbowl 31)
  • 1964 - Armon Gilliam, NBA forward (Milwaukee Bucks, NJ Nets)
  • 1964 - Beth Herr, Middletown Ohio, tennis star
  • 1964 - Leisa Sheridan, Omaha NE, playmate (Jul, 1993)
  • 1964 - Mark MacKay, Brandon GER, hockey forward (Team Germany 1998)
  • 1965 - Catherine Tanvier, France, tennis star
  • 1965 - Chantal Bailey, Champaign Ill, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
  • 1965 - Christa Miller, NYC, actress (Kate-Drew Carey Show)
  • 1965 - Michael Charles Brisky, Brownsville TX, PGA golfer (1995 Buick-2nd)
  • 1966 - Gavin Robertson, NSW cricket off-spin all-rounder (Aust ODI-Pak 1994)
  • 1967 - Glen Rice, NBA guard/forward (Charlotte Hornets)
  • 1967 - Kari Wuhrer, Brookfield Ct, MTV/actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
  • 1967 - Tory Epps, NFL defensive tackle (NO Saints)
  • 1968 - Char Thompson, WLAF running back (Barcelona Dragons)
  • 1968 - Kylie Minogue, Melbourne Australia, rock vocalist (Locomotion)
  • 1968 - Sandra Bacher, Long Island NY, half-heavyweight judoka (Oly-92, 96)
  • 1968 - Tomas P Pukstys, Chicago Ill, javelin thrower (Olympics-8th-96)
  • 1969 - Bob Meeks, WLAF corner (Barcelona Dragons)
  • 1969 - Damian Rhodes, St Paul, NHL goalie (Ottawa Senators)
  • 1969 - Frank McCormack, Leicester Mass, cyclist (Olympics-96)
  • 1970 - Ben Williams, WLAF defensive end (London Monarchs)
  • 1970 - David Roberts, Alameda Calif, US hockey forward (Olympics-1994)
  • 1970 - Jason Belser, NFL cornerback (Indianapolis Colts)
  • 1970 - Morgan Fox, Prince George BC, playmate (Dec, 1990)
  • 1971 - Jeff Gove, Seattle WA, Nike golfer (1991 Ralphs Senior Classic)
  • 1971 - Nick Bravin, NYC, fencer-foil (Olympics-96)
  • 1972 - Cheryl Demkowski, Syracuse NY, dance skater (& Gregory Maddalone)
  • 1972 - Denise Booker, Liverpool, golfer (S Australian Jr champ 1990)
  • 1973 - Pat Peake, Rochester, NHL center (Washington Capitals)
  • 1973 - Todd Sweeris, Grand Rapids Mich, table tennis player (Olympics-96)
  • 1975 - Caresa Winters, Miss South Dakota USA (1996)
  • 1975 - Mike Fisher, Naperville Ill, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96)
  • 1977 - Ashley Ryan Ruiz Offord, Miami Fla, singer (Menudo-Cannonball)
  • 1980 - Cheri Wheeler, Miss Georgia Teen USA (1997) 


  • Clancy's comment: Mm ... I wonder what they will say about us in a hundred years ... if we are still here.

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