18 May 2014 - WHAT HAPPENED TODAY


WHAT HAPPENED TODAY

- 18th of May -

G'day folks,

I bet you are wondering what happened on this day throughout history. Check out this list of events - and birthdays that fell on this day.


  • 1096 - Crusaders massacre Jews of Worm
  • 1291 - Sultan of Egypt & his son take last Christian stronghold of Acre
  • 1302 - Trades people assault on French garrison (Brugse Metten)
  • 1385 - Peace of Doornik: Gent & Louis van Thoughts
  • 1596 - Willem Barents leaves Amsterdam for Novaya Zemlya
  • 1619 - Hugo the Great sentenced to life in prison
  • 1631 - English colony Massachusetts Bay grants puritarian voting right
  • 1631 - John Winthrop is elected 1st governor of Massachusetts
  • 1642 - Montreal Canada founded
  • 1652 - Rhode Island enacts 1st law declaring slavery illegal
  • 1703 - Dutch & English troops occupy Cologne
  • 1756 - England declares war on France
  • 1794 - 2nd battle of Bouvines (France-Austria)
  • 1803 - Britain declares war on France after Napoleon Bonaparte continues interfering in Italy & Switzerland
  • 1804 - Napoleon Bonaparte proclaimed Emperor of France
  • 1828 - Battle of Las Piedras, ends conflict between Uruguay & Brazil
  • 1830 - Edwin Budding of England signs an agreement for manufacture of his invention, lawn mower. Saturdays are destroyed forever
  • 1843 - United Free Church of Scotland forms
  • 1846 - US troops attack Rio Grande occupying Matamoros
  • 1851 - Amsterdam-Nieuwediep telegraph connection linked
  • 1852 - Massachusetts rules all school-age children must attend school
  • 1860 - Republican Party nominates Abraham Lincoln for president
  • 1861 - Battle of Sewall's Point VA-1st Federal offense against South
  • 1861 - Friedrich Hebbels "Kriemhildes Rache," premieres in Weimar
  • 1863 - Siege of Vicksburg, MS
  • 1864 - Battle of Yellow Bayou, LA (Bayou de Glaize, Old Oaks)
  • 1866 - French Govt of De Putte resigns
  • 1880 - 6th Kentucky Derby: George Lewis aboard Fonso wins in 2:37«
  • 1887 - Emmanuel Chabriers opera "Le Roi Malgr‚ Luis," premieres in Paris
  • 1889 - Jules Massenets opera "Esclarmonde," premieres in Paris
  • 1896 - US Supreme court affirms race separation (Plessy v Ferguson)
  • 1897 - Irish Music Festival 1st held (Dublin)
  • 1897 - NY Giant William Joyce sets record of 4 triples in 1 game
  • 1897 - Paul Dukas "L'Apprenti Sorcier Pruimtabak on the Market," premieres
  • 1899 - World Goodwill Day-26 nations meet in 1st Hague Peace Conference
  • 1900 - Britain proclaims protectorate over kingdom of Tonga
  • 1904 - American Ion Perdicaris kidnapped in Morocco
  • 1910 - Passage of Earth through tail of Halley's Comet causes near-panic
  • 1911 - Pres/dictator Jos‚ Porfirio Diaz of Mexico term ends
  • 1912 - A's beat Tigers 24-2, who use amateurs protesting Ty Cobbs suspension
  • 1912 - Maurits Binger establishes 2 Dutch movie companies
  • 1916 - US pilot Kiffin Rockwell shoots down German aircraft
  • 1917 - Satie/Massine/Picasso's ballet "Parade," premieres in Paris
  • 1917 - US passes Selective Service act
  • 1918 - Neth Indian Volksraad installed in Batavia
  • 1918 - TNT explosion in chemical factory in Oakdale Penn kills 200
  • 1920 - 46th Preakness: Clarence Kummer aboard Man o' War wins in 1:51.6
  • 1922 - Dutch 2nd Chamber agrees to 48 hour work week (was 45 hrs)
  • 1926 - Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson vanished in Venice Calif She showed up a month later & said she had been kidnapped
  • 1927 - "Slide Lake" in Gros Ventre Wyoming collapses
  • 1927 - Grauman's Chinese Theater opens in Hollywood Calif
  • 1927 - Ritz Hotel opens in Boston
  • 1929 - 55th Kentucky Derby: Linus McAtee on Clyde Van Dusen wins in 2:10.8
  • 1929 - Dodgers beat Phillies 20-16 & lost 8-6 in 2nd game (record 50 runs)
  • 1933 - Tennessee Valley Act (TVA) Act signed by FDR, to build dams
  • 1933 - 1st major league All-Star Game announced for July 6 at Comiskey Park It will be played as part of the Chicago World's Fair
  • 1934 - Academy Award 1st called Oscar in print (Sidney Skolsky)
  • 1934 - Congress approves "Lindbergh Act," makes kidnapping a capital offense
  • 1934 - Jimmie Foxx hits 1st HR in Comiskey Park center field bleachers
  • 1934 - TWA began commercial service
  • 1935 - Harold Gimblett scores 123 in 80 mins on debut for Somerset
  • 1940 - German troops conquer Brussels
  • 1941 - An Egyptian steamer sinks
  • 1941 - Italian army under general Aosta surrenders to Britain in Ethiopia
  • 1941 - Jewish veterans honor their dead
  • 1942 - NYC ends night baseball games for rest of WW II
  • 1943 - Allied bombers attack Pantelleria in the Mediterranean Sea
  • 1944 - Polish 2nd Army corps captures convent of Monte Cassino Italy
  • 1944 - Expulsion of more than 200,000 Tartars from Crimea by Soviet Union begins, they are accused of collaborating with the Germans
  • 1945 - Tigers & A's both have 7 straight games postponed due to rain
  • 1947 - A's catcher Warren Rosar catches his 147th game without an error
  • 1948 - "Ballet Ballads" opens at Music Box Theater NYC for 62 performances
  • 1948 - Arab Legion captures fort on Mt Scopus
  • 1948 - Saudi Arabia joins invasion of Israel
  • 1949 - Antiquarian Booksellers Assoc of America incorporates
  • 1950 - "Liar" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 12 performances
  • 1950 - Tommy Glaviano makes 3 consecutive errors on grounders
  • 1951 - UN moves HQ to NYC
  • 1951 - US General Collins predicts use of atom bomb in Korea
  • 1952 - Professor WF Libby said Stonehedge dates back to 1848 BC
  • 1953 - 1st woman to break sound barrier (Jacqueline Cochrane, USA)
  • 1953 - Jacqueline Cochran is 1st woman to break the sound barrier
  • 1954 - European Convention on Human Rights goes into effect
  • 1955 - 28.7 cm rain falls at Lake Maloya New Mexico (state record)
  • 1955 - Atkinson & Depeiaza take WI from 6-187 to 6-494 in day v Aust
  • 1955 - Queen Juliana opens E55 fair in Amsterdam
  • 1956 - Hungarian party leader Matyas R kosi enforces his own policy
  • 1956 - Mickey Mantle hits HR from both sides of plate for record 3rd time
  • 1956 - Queen Juliana opens Rembrandt fairs in Amsterdam
  • 1957 - 83rd Preakness: Eddie Arcaro aboard Bold Ruler wins in 1:56.2
  • 1958 - Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Peach Blossom Golf Open
  • 1959 - "Castin' My Spell" by Johnny Otis Show hits #52
  • 1959 - "Judy" by David Seville hits #86
  • 1959 - "Russian Band Stand" by Spencer & Spencer hits #91
  • 1960 - Eillen Fulton begins playing Lisa on As the World Turn (for > 30 yrs)
  • 1960 - Jean Genets "Le Balcon," premieres in Paris
  • 1961 - "Donnybrook!" opens at 46th St Theater NYC for 68 performances
  • 1963 - "Beast in Me" closes at Plymouth Theater NYC after 4 performances
  • 1963 - "If You Wanna Be Happy" by Jimmy Soul hits #1
  • 1963 - 89th Preakness: Bill Shoemaker aboard Candy Spots wins in 1:56.2
  • 1964 - David Frost interviews Paul McCartney on BBC
  • 1964 - Supreme Court rules unconstitutional to deprive naturalized citizens of citizenship if they return to home country for more than 3 years
  • 1965 - Gene Roddenberry suggests 16 names including Kirk for Star Trek Capt
  • 1965 - WTAF TV channel 29 in Philadelphia, PA (IND) begins broadcasting
  • 1967 - Silver hits record $1.60 an ounce in London
  • 1967 - Tenn Gov Ellington repeals "Monkey Law," upheld in 1925 Scopes Trial
  • 1968 - 94th Preakness: Ismael Valenzuela aboard Forward Pass wins in 1:56.8
  • 1968 - AL Kaline hits his 307th HR, surpassing Hank Greenberg as a Tiger
  • 1968 - Frank Howard ties AL record with HR in his 6th consecutive game his 10 home runs in the most in 6 games
  • 1969 - "Canterbury Tales" closes at Eugene O'Neill NYC after 122 perfs
  • 1969 - Apollo 10 (Stafford/Cernan/Young) launched toward lunar orbit
  • 1969 - Sandra Haynie wins LPGA St Louis Women's Golf Invitational
  • 1971 - 4th ABA Championship: Utah Stars beat Kentucky Colonels, 4 games to 3
  • 1971 - Bulgarian constitution goes into effect
  • 1971 - Pres Nixon rejects 60 demands of Congressional Black Caucus
  • 1971 - Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 3
  • 1971 - Vampire rapist Wayne Bodens last victim found
  • 1972 - "Me & The Chimp," last airs on CBS-TV
  • 1972 - John Sebastian makes 63 consecutive free throws while blindfolded
  • 1973 - Russian party leader Brezhnev visits West Germany
  • 1973 - WIBC Bowling Queens won by Dotty Fothergill
  • 1974 - "Streak" by Ray Stevens hits #1
  • 1974 - 100th Preakness: Miguel Rivera aboard Current Little wins in 1:54.6
  • 1974 - India becomes 6th nation to explode an atomic bomb
  • 1977 - A nightclub fire in Cincinnati killed 164
  • 1977 - Juventus wins 6th UEFA Cup at Bilbao
  • 1977 - Menachem Begin becomes Israel's Prime Minister
  • 1977 - Nightclub in Cincinnati fire kills 164
  • 1978 - Italy legalizes abortion
  • 1978 - Russian dissident Yuri Orlov exiled to compulsory work
  • 1980 - Belgium 3rd govt of Martens forms
  • 1980 - China PR launch 1st intercontinental rocket
  • 1980 - Donna White wins LPGA Coca-Cola Golf Classic
  • 1980 - Fernando Belaunde Terry elected president of Peru
  • 1980 - Mount St Helens blows its top in Washington State, 60 die
  • 1982 - Tigers outfielder Larry Herndon is 14th to hit 4 consecutive HRs
  • 1982 - Unification Church founder Rev Sun Myung Moon convicted of tax evasion
  • 1983 - Senate revises immigration laws, gives millions of illegal aliens legal status under an amnesty program
  • 1985 - "One Night In Bangkok" by Murray Head hits #3
  • 1985 - 111th Preakness: Pat Day aboard Tank's Prospect wins in 1:53.4
  • 1985 - 1st remote location for "Nightline" (South Africa)
  • 1986 - "Singin' in the Rain" closes at Gershwin Theater NYC after 367 perfs
  • 1986 - Becky Pearson wins LPGA Chrysler-Plymouth Golf Classic
  • 1986 - Chung Kwung Ying did 2,750 atomic hand-stand push-ups
  • 1986 - David Goch finishes swimming 55,682 miles in a 25-yd pool
  • 1986 - South African army occupies Botswana, Zimbabwe & Zambia
  • 1986 - Chung Kwung Ying did 2,750 "atomic" hand-stand push-ups
  • 1988 - Bayer Leverkusen wins 17th UEFA Cup at Leverkusen
  • 1988 - In just Oakland's 39th of the season, pitcher Dave Stewart breaks record with his 12th balk en route to 16
  • 1989 - Lisa Strawberry files for divorce from Darryl
  • 1990 - 2 Germanys sign a monetary union treaty
  • 1990 - Cubs Ryne Sandberg ends 2nd baseman record 123 errorless game streak
  • 1990 - Judy Carne arrested at JFK airport on an 11 year old drug warrant
  • 1990 - Return To Green Acres TV movie airs
  • 1991 - 117th Preakness: Jerry Bailey aboard Hansel wins in 1:54
  • 1991 - France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
  • 1991 - USSR launches 2 cosmonauts to MIR space station
  • 1992 - Supreme Court rules states could not force mentally unstable criminal defendants to take anti-psychotic drugs
  • 1993 - Danish people vote in favor of ratifying the Maastricht Treaty
  • 1993 - Italian police arrest Mafia boss Benedetto "Nitto" Santapaola
  • 1994 - AC Milan wins Europe Cup 1: 4-0 against Barcelona
  • 1994 - Israel withdraws from the Gaza Strip
  • 1994 - Tropical Butterfly Garden at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo opens
  • 1995 - WIBC Bowling Queens won by Sandra Postma
  • 1996 - 122nd Preakness: Pat Day aboard Louis Quatorze wins in 1:53.2
  • 1996 - WIBC Bowling Queens won by Lisa Wagner
  • 1997 - "King David," opens at New Amsterdam Theater NYC
  • 1997 - 43rd McDonald's LPGA Championship won by Chris Johnson
  • 1997 - Cadillac NFL Senior Golf Classic
  • 1997 - Tiger Woods wins Byron Nelson Golf Classic

 FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS ON THIS DAY

  • 1692 - Joseph Butler, Wantage Berkshire, theologian
  • 1711 - Ruggiero G Boscovich, [Rudzer J Boskovic], Italian astronomer
  • 1744 - Joseph Beer, Bohemia clarinetist/composer (5th clarinet flap)
  • 1759 - Charles Duquesnoy, composer
  • 1788 - Hugh Clapperton, Annan Scotland, African explorer
  • 1797 - Frederik Augustus II, King of Saxon (1836-54)
  • 1798 - Ethan Allen Hitchcock, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1870
  • 1815 - Thomas Stanhope Bocock, rep (Confederacy), died in 1891
  • 1817 - James William Denver, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1892
  • 1819 - Julius Hopp, composer
  • 1830 - Karl Goldmark, Keszthely Hungary, composer (Sakuhtala)
  • 1836 - Isidor Vorobchievici, composer
  • 1836 - Wilhelm Steinitz, Austria, world chess champion (1866-94)
  • 1850 - Oliver Heaviside, London, physicist (predicted ionosphere)
  • 1854 - Bernard Zweers, Dutch composer (To my Fatherland)
  • 1862 - Freiherr Albert von Schrenk-Notzing, German para-psychologist
  • 1864 - Jan P Veth, Bayern, Dutch painter/etcher/lithographer/art historian
  • 1865 - William Heinemann, England, publisher (Chemical Instrumental)
  • 1868 - Nicholas II Aleksandrovitsj, last tsar of Russia (1894-1917)
  • 1869 - Ruprecht, crown prince of Bavaria/general-fieldmarshall
  • 1871 - Franiska zu Reventlow, writer
  • 1872 - Bertrand Russell, England, mathematician/philosopher (Nobel 1950)
  • 1875 - Guido Alberto Fano, composer
  • 1881 - Georgi Atanasov, composer
  • 1882 - Eduardo Fabini, composer
  • 1883 - Walter Gropius, Berlin Germany, architect (Bauhaus school of design)
  • 1885 - Eurico Gaspar Dutra, president of Brazil (1945-50)
  • 1886 - Ole Windingstad, composer
  • 1887 - Ernst Wiechert, writer
  • 1889 - G Gunnarson, writer
  • 1891 - Rudolf Carnap, philosopher (German Logical Positivist)
  • 1896 - Walter Fitzgerald, Keyhan Devonport England
  • 1897 - Frank Capra, Ital, director (Its a Wonderful Life, Arsenic & Old Lace)
  • 1897 - Jack Raine, London England, actor (Quartet)
  • 1898 - Juan J Domenchina, Spanish poet/interpreter (sombra desterrada)
  • 1900 - Sarah Miriam Peale, US, portrait painter (Gen Lafayette-1825)
  • 1901 - Harry Robert Wilson, composer
  • 1901 - Henri-Pierre Sauguet, Bordeaux France, composer (La Chotte)
  • 1901 - Vincent du Vigneaud, US biochemist
  • 1902 - [Robert] Meredith Willson, Mason City Iowa, composer (Music Man)
  • 1903 - George E Stone, Lodz Poland, actor (Viva Villa, Last Mile)
  • 1904 - Jacob K Javits, (Sen-R-NY)
  • 1905 - Eric Zeisl, composer
  • 1905 - Hedley Verity, cricketer (terrific slow lefty for England pre-WW II)
  • 1907 - Clifford Curzon, London England, pianist (MacFarren Gold Medal)
  • 1907 - Robley D Evans, nuclear physicist
  • 1909 - Fred Perry, English tennis star/commentator (Wimbledon, 1934-36)
  • 1910 - Arthur van Schendel, Dutch art historian
  • 1911 - Joe Turner, KC, blues singer (Corrine Corrina, Shake Rattle & Roll)
  • 1911 - Lord Hartwell
  • 1911 - Sigrid Gurie, Brooklyn NY, actor (Algiers, Sofia, Refugee)
  • 1912 - Georg von Opel, German auto manufacturer
  • 1912 - Perry Como, [Pierino], Canonsburg Pa, singer/TV (Perry Como Show)
  • 1912 - Richard Brooks, Phila, director (Blackboard Jungle, In Cold Blood)
  • 1914 - Anthony Fell, British MP
  • 1914 - Boris Christoff, Bulgaria/Italian bass (Boris Godunov)
  • 1914 - Pierre A Balmain, France, fashion designer (1940's "New Look")
  • 1915 - Leon Shenandoah, native American leader
  • 1917 - Charles Wintour, journalist
  • 1917 - James Donald, Aberdeen Scotland, actor (Bridge on River Kwai, Vikings)
  • 1918 - John Paul II, [Karol Wojtyla], 264th Roman Catholic pope (1978- )
  • 1919 - Margot Fonteyn, Surrey England, prima ballerina (Giselle)
  • 1921 - Anthony Epstein, FRS/pathologist
  • 1922 - Bill Macy, Revere Mass, actor (Walter-Maude, Oh! Calcutta)
  • 1922 - GMcC Kitson, British principal (Central School of Speech/Drama)
  • 1923 - Liam Sullivan, Jacksonville Ill, actor (Mapoy-Monroes)
  • 1924 - Jack Whitaker, Phila Pa, sportscaster (ABC, CBS)
  • 1927 - Richard Body, MP
  • 1928 - G R Hall, nuclear scientist
  • 1928 - P G Hammersley, British Rear-Admiral
  • 1928 - Pernell Roberts, Waycross Ga, actor (Adam-Bonanza, Trapper John MD)
  • 1929 - Johan N Block, aviation pioneer (Martinair/Transavia/Air Holland)
  • 1929 - Lord St John of Fawsley
  • 1929 - Roger Matton, composer
  • 1930 - Barbara Goldsmith, New Rochelle, author (Little Gloria Happy At Last)
  • 1930 - Don Leslie Lind, Midvale Utah, astronaut (STS 51-B)
  • 1930 - Fred[erick Thomas] Saberhagen, US, sci-fi author (Book of Swords)
  • 1930 - Geoffrey Littler, CEO (County NatWest Group)
  • 1930 - Warren B Rudman, (Sen-R-NH, 1980- )
  • 1931 - Robert Morse, Newton Mass, actor (That's Life, Jack Frost)
  • 1932 - John Clement, chairman (Unigate Group)
  • 1934 - Dwayne Hickman, LA, actor (Dobie Gillis, How to Stuff a Wild Bikini)
  • 1937 - Brooks Robinson, Baltimore Oriole 3rd baseman (1955-77)
  • 1937 - Ildik¢ Sagi-Retj”, Hung, foils (Oly-2 gold/3 silv/2 bronze-1960-76)
  • 1937 - Jacques Santer, Pres (European Commission)
  • 1939 - Glen Hardin, Texas, rocker (Crickets)
  • 1939 - Patrick Cormack, MP
  • 1940 - A Marshall Stoneham, FRS, physicist
  • 1940 - Pat Trimborn, cricket pace bowler (South African in 4 Tests 1966-70)
  • 1941 - Diane McBain, Cleve Ohio, actress (Surfside Six, Spinout, Donner Pass)
  • 1941 - M S Longair, astronomer
  • 1942 - Albert Hammond, rocker
  • 1942 - Keith Hellawell, Chief Constable (West Yorkshire)
  • 1942 - Marquess of Reading
  • 1942 - N P (Nobby) Stiles, footballer
  • 1942 - Rodney Dillard, rocker (Glittergrass)
  • 1944 - Peter Ryan, British national director (Police Training)
  • 1945 - Bhagwat Chandrasekhar, cricketer (brilliant Indian leggie 1964-79)
  • 1945 - John Richard Patterson, businessman
  • 1945 - Maarten van Traa, Dutch MP (PvdA)
  • 1946 - George Alexander, rocker
  • 1946 - Reggie Jackson, "Mr October" baseball rightfielder (Yankees, A's)
  • 1947 - Candice Azzara, Brooklyn NY, actress (Fatso)
  • 1947 - John Bruton, Prime Minister (Republic of Ireland)
  • 1948 - Felix MH Troch, Flemish actor/director (Gekkenbriefje)
  • 1948 - Joe Bonsall, Phila, country singer (Oak Ridge Boys-Elvira)
  • 1949 - Bill Wallace, rocker/actor (Fear, Avenging Force, Desperate)
  • 1949 - Rick Wakeman, rock keyboardist (Yes-Fish Out of Water)
  • 1949 - Stuart Gannes, Detroit Mich, writer (Fortune)
  • 1949 - William Wallace, rocker (Guess Who)
  • 1950 - Rodney Milburn Jr, USA, hurdler (Olympic-gold-1972)
  • 1950 - Thomas Gottschalk, Bamberg Germany, (Telespiele)
  • 1951 - Angela Voigt, German DR, long jumper (Olympic-gold-76)
  • 1951 - Denny Dillon, comedian (SNL, Dream On)
  • 1951 - James Stephens, Mount Kisko NY, actor (Paper Chase, Devil's Island)
  • 1951 - Rodger Davis, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer
  • 1952 - Diane E[lizabeth] Duane, US, sci-fi author (Door into Fire)
  • 1952 - George Strait, Pearsall Tx, country singer (All My Exes Live in Texas)
  • 1952 - Martin R Hoke, (Rep-R-Ohio)
  • 1953 - Helen Chadwick, artist
  • 1953 - [Feliciano] Butch Tavares, rocker (Tavares)
  • 1954 - Martyn Wiley, writer/broadcaster
  • 1954 - Wreckless Eric, rocker (Waxworks, Be Stiff)
  • 1955 - Yun Fat Chow, Nam Nga Island Hong Kong, actor (Better Tomorrow)
  • 1956 - Joe [Naomichi] Ozaki, Tekushima Japan, golfer (1995 Phoenix Open-8th)
  • 1957 - Michael Cretu, rocker (Enigma)
  • 1958 - Ray Donaldson, NFL center (Dallas Cowboys)
  • 1958 - Toyah Wilcox, Birmingham England, rocker (I Want to Be Free)
  • 1959 - Graham Dilley, cricketer (England wicket-taker of 80's)
  • 1960 - Jari Kurri, Helsinki Fin, NHL left wing (NY Rangers, LA Kings, Colo)
  • 1960 - Tom Jackson, Oakville Ont, Canadian Tour golfer (1991 CPGA Winter)
  • 1960 - Yannick Noah, France, tennis player (French 1983)
  • 1962 - Mike Whitmarsh, San Diego CA, beach volleyballer (Olympics-silver-96)
  • 1963 - Marty McSorley, Hamilton, NHL defenseman (LA Kings, NY Rangers)
  • 1964 - Will Wolford, NFL tackle (Indianapolis Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • 1965 - Erik Hanson, Kinnelon NJ, pitcher (Toronto Blue Jays)
  • 1965 - Rufus Porter, NFL linebacker (NO Saints)
  • 1965 - Rufus Porter, linebacker (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
  • 1966 - Mike Inez, US rock bassist (Alice in Chains-Facelift)
  • 1967 - Jaime Gomez, Arlington TX, Nike golfer (1992 Boise Open)
  • 1967 - Karl Dunbar, NFL defensive tackle (Arizona Cardinals)
  • 1968 - Ernie Logan, NFL defensive end (Jacksonville Jaguars, NY Jets)
  • 1969 - Jean-Chris. Filippin, hockey defenseman (Team France 1998)
  • 1969 - Martika, [Marta Marrero], Cuba, singer (Toy Soldiers)
  • 1970 - Clemens Zwijnenberg, soccer player (FC Twente)
  • 1970 - Vicky Sunohara, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98)
  • 1971 - Ben Coleman, guard/offensive tackle (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • 1971 - Clifton Sunada, Honolulu HI, extra-lightweight judoka (Olympics-96)
  • 1971 - Craig Hentrich, NFL punter (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
  • 1971 - Daniel Gowing, Germany, NZ judoka (Olympics-96)
  • 1971 - Karen Bye, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)
  • 1971 - Lael Perlstrom, Laguna Beach Cal, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-25-1995)
  • 1971 - Rich Garces, Maracay Aragua Venezuela, pitcher (Boston Red Sox)
  • 1972 - Turner Stevenson, Prince George, NHL right wing (Montreal Canadiens)
  • 1973 - Darren Van Impe, Saskatoon, NHL defenseman (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
  • 1973 - David Bailey, WLAF tackle (Frankfurt Galaxy)
  • 1973 - Donyell Marshall, NBA forward (Golden State Warriors)
  • 1973 - Markus Brunner, hockey forward (Team Italy 1998)
  • 1973 - Tory James, NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
  • 1973 - Walter Scott, NFL defensive tackle (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31)
  • 1976 - Ron Mercer, NBA guard (Boston Celtics)
  • 1978 - Jennifer Streblow, Oshkosh Wisconsin, Miss America-Wisconsin (1997)
  • 1979 - Kaci Thompson, Miss Nevada Teen USA (1997)



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