Ken Fussichen's History Of The Day For
March 29th

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502 Bourgundy King Gundobar delegates royal power.Ref: 5
1638*The first Swedish colonists in America established a Lutheran settlement at Fort Christiana in the Colony of Delaware.Ref: 5
1673*English King Charles II accepts the Test Act: Roman Catholics are excluded from public functions.Ref: 5
1798 Republic of Switzerland forms.Ref: 5
1806*The Great National Pike, also known as the Cumberland Road, became the first highway funded by the national treasury with an appropriation of $30,000. Built between 1806 and 1840, the Great National Pike stretched from Cumberland, Maryland, to Vandalia, Illinois.Ref: 3
1824*Society for the Rehabilitation of Juvenile Delinquents founded in N.Y.;1st reformatory opens.Ref: 10
1832*The Kentucky Baptist Convention was organized in Frankfort with delegates representing nine congregations within the state.Ref: 5
1849*Britain formally annexs Punjab after defeat of Sikhs in IndiaRef: 5
1852*Ohio makes it illegal for children under 18 & women to work more than 10 hours a day.Ref: 5
1864*Great Britain gives Isotope Islands back to GreeceRef: 5
1867*The British Parliament passes the North America Act to create the Dominion of Canada.Ref: 5
1867*Congress approves Lincoln MemorialRef: 5
1882*The Knights of Columbus, founded by Father Michael J. McGivney, was chartered by the General Assembly of Connecticut. Established as a lay fraternal society, the K of C encourages benevolence, patriotism and racial tolerance among its members.Ref: 5
1897*Japan adopts Gold StandardRef: 5
1903 A regular news service begins between New York and London on Marconi's wireless.Ref: 2
1913*The German government announces a raise in taxes in order to finance the new military budget.Ref: 2
1924 Bayern & Vatican reach accord.Ref: 5
1928*Yeshiva College (now University) chartered (New York NY)Ref: 5
1934*Bank of Travail in Belgium, socialist worker's movement bankrupt.Ref: 5
1935*French liner Normandie begins its maiden voyageRef: 5
1936*Nazi propaganda claims 99% of Germans voted for Nazi candidatesRef: 5
1941*A 'Commissariat' for Jewish Affairs is set up in Vichy France.Ref: 35
1949 Turkey recognizes IsraelRef: 5
1950*The Mad Bomber leaves a bomb in Grand Central Station. It is found and disarmed.Ref: 3
1951*(Rosenberg) Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage.Ref: 70
1952*President Harry Truman removes himself from the presidential race.Ref: 2
1961 After a 4½ year trial Nelson Mandela is acquitted on treason chargeRef: 5
1961*The 23rd amendment, allowing residents of Washington, D.C. to vote for president, is ratified. (TWA, 1989)Ref: 95
1962 Cuba opens the trial of the Bay of Pigs invaders.Ref: 2
1962*Argentine President Frondizi flees from the army.Ref: 5
1966*Leonid Brezhenev becomes First Secretary of the Soviet Communist Party. He denounces the American policy in Vietnam and calls it one of aggression.Ref: 2
1967*France launches its first nuclear submarine.Ref: 2
1967*In Los Angeles, California, cult leader Charles Manson is sentenced to death, along with followers Susan Atkins, Leslie Van Houten, and Patricia Krenwinkle, of the brutal 1969 murders of actress Sharon Tate and six others.Ref: 3
1968*Students seize building at Bowie State College.Ref: 5
1969 Communist New People's Army found in Philippines.Ref: 5
1971 Chile President Allende nationalizes banks/copper minesRef: 5
1971*(My Lai) Army Lieutenant William L. Calley Junior was convicted of murdering at least 22 Vietnamese civilians in the My Lai massacre. (Calley ended up spending three years under house arrest.) Charges against some other officers are dropped.Ref: 87
1971*(Manson) Concluding the penalty phase of the trial, the jury fixes the penalty as death for all four Tate-LaBianca defendants.Ref: 87
1971*Conrad Van Emde Boas becomes West Europe's first sexology professor.Ref: 5
1974*Eight Ohio National Guardsmen were indicted on charges stemming from the shooting deaths of four students at Kent State University. The guardsmen were later acquitted.Ref: 70
1975 Egyptian president Anwar Sadat declares that he will reopen the Suez Canal on June 5, 1975.Ref: 2
1976*Eight Ohio National Guardsmen are indicted for shooting four Kent State students during an anti-war protest on May 4, 1970.Ref: 2
1981*USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakhstan/Semipalitinsk USSR.Ref: 5
1984*USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakhstan/Semipalitinsk USSR.Ref: 5
1985*Christos Sartzetakis elected President of GreeceRef: 5
1986*A court in Rome acquits six men in a plot to kill the Pope.Ref: 2
1987 Yitzhak Shamir re-elected chairman of right wing Herut Party.Ref: 5
1988*US Congress discontinues aid to Nicaraguan contrasRef: 5
1989*Michael Milken, junk bond king, indicted in New York for racketeeringRef: 5
1991*Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf publicly apologized to President Bush for questioning his judgment about calling a cease-fire in the Gulf War .Ref: 64
1992*Democratic presidential front-runner Bill Clinton acknowledged experimenting with marijuana "a time or two" while attending Oxford University, adding, "I didn't inhale and I didn't try it again."Ref: 70
1995*The House of Representatives rejected a constitutional amendment that would have limited terms to 12 years in the U.S. House and Senate.Ref: 70
1996*Congress passed, and President Clinton quickly signed, a 12th stopgap spending bill to avert a partial federal shutdown.Ref: 64
1996*Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan & Kyrgyzstan sign integration accords in MoscowRef: 89
1999*The Dow Jones industrial average closed above 10,000 for the first time, ending the day at 10,006.78.Ref: 70
2000*A federal judge ruled that President Clinton "committed a criminal violation of the Privacy Act" by releasing personal letters to undermine the credibility of Kathleen Willey, one of his accusers.Ref: 64
2000*President Clinton told a news conference he was appalled when he first learned his campaign had taken illegal foreign donations in 1996 - contributions he called both wrong and unneeded.Ref: 64
2000*For the fourth time since 1989, the U.S. Senate defeated a constitutional amendment that would ban desecration of the U.S. flag -- falling four votes short of the two-thirds majority needed for passage. (CNN, 03/30/2000) 
2002 Israel declared Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat an enemy and sent tanks and armored personnel carriers to fully isolate him in his Ramallah, West Bank headquarters.Ref: 70
2004*The US Supreme Court refuses to halt the execution of William Wickline, 52, convicted of murdering and dismembering Christopher and Peggy Lerch in 1982. Wickline is scheduled to be executed in the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville today. (Dayton Daily News, p B3, 3/30/2004) 
1886*Coca-Cola goes on sale for the first time at a drugstore in Atlanta. Its inventor, John Pemberton, claims it can cure anything from hysteria to the common cold.Ref: 2
1912*Captain Robert Scott, blizzard-bound in a tent 18 km from the South Pole, makes last entry in his diary "the end cannot be far".Ref: 5
1919 Solar eclipse proves Einstein's theory of relativity accurate; replaces Newtons absolute theory.Ref: 10
1936*10,000 watch the 200" mirror blank passing through IndianapolisRef: 5
1971*Development of a serum hepatitis vaccine for children announcedRef: 5
1974*The unmanned U.S. space probe Mariner 10, launched by NASA on November 3, 1973, becomes the first spacecraft to visit the planet Mercury, sending back close-up images.Ref: 3
1989*1st US private commercial rocket takes suborbital test flight (New Mexico)Ref: 5
1461*Edward IV secures his claim to the English thrown in defeating Henry VI's Lancastrians at the battle of Towdon in the War of Roses. 33,000 die.Ref: 2
1641*Edward IV secures his claim to the English thrown in defeating Henry VI's Lancastrians at the battle of Towdon where 33,000 die in the War of the Roses.Ref: 2
1847*12,000 US troops led by General Winfield Scott occupied the city of Vera Cruz after Mexican defenders capitulated.Ref: 5
1863*The start of the Vicksburg campaign that finally ended on July 4th, 1863. It included battles in west-central Mississippi at: Port Gibson, Raymond, Jackson, Champion Hill, Big Black River and 47 days of Union siege operations against the city of Vicksburg. Vicksburg was a fortress guarding the Mississippi River. It was known as "The Gibraltar of the Confederacy." Coupled with the fall of Port Hudson, Louisiana, divided the South and gave the North undisputed control of the Mississippi River. 
1864*Union General Steeles troops reach Arkadelphia ARRef: 5
1865*Battle of Quaker Road, Virginia.Ref: 5
1865*Appomattox campaign, Virginia, 7582 killed.Ref: 5
1879*British troops of the 90th Light Infantry Regiment repulse a major attack by Zulu tribesmen in northwest Zululand.Ref: 2
1916*The Italians call off the fifth attack on Isonzo.Ref: 2
1917*The U.S. War College Division issues its report. It calls for a large force of between 500,000 and 1,000,000 -- and optimistically estimates that at least ten months would be required to ship a force of 500,000 to Europe once it was raised and trained, putting the earliest effects of US involvement in mid- to late-1918; openly plans to send US force overseas, but argues against offensives through Macedonia or Holland; repeats opposition to sending an untrained American army overseas; Wilson publicly calls for a national army to be "raised and maintained exclusively by selective draft". 
1936*Italy firebombs the Ethiopian city of Harar.Ref: 2
1941*The British sink five Italian warships off the Peloponnesus coast in the Mediterranean.Ref: 2
1942*British cruiser Trinidad torpedoes itself in the Barents Sea.Ref: 5
1942*German submarine U-585 sinks.Ref: 5
1942*British destroyer Campbeltown explodes in St-Nazaire; 400 Germans die.Ref: 5
1943*Meat, butter & cheese rationed in US during WWII (784 gram/week, 2 kilogram for GI's).Ref: 5
1951*The Chinese reject Gen. Douglas MacArthur's offer for a truce in Korea.Ref: 2
1969*(My Lai) Rob Ridenhour's writes letter descibing the My Lai incident and its cover-up.Ref: 43
1973*Last regular American troops leave South Vietnam. Last soldier is Master Sergeant Max Beilke of MN.Ref: 70
1994 Serbs & Croats signed a cease-fire to end the war in CroatiaRef: 5
2003*A taxi driver pretending to need help near the Iraqi city of Najaf, blows himself up, killing 4 US soldiers as they approach. (XDG, p 5A, 4/21/2003)Ref: 83
1906*Stanley Cup: Montréal Wanderers sweep Kenora Thisles in 2 gamesRef: 5
1919*Stanley Cup: Montréal (NHL) & Seattle (PCHA) win 2 games each with 1 tie; 1919 Stanley Cup not awarded due to flu epidemicRef: 5
1927*Major Henry O’Neil de Hane Segrave becomes the first man to break the 200 miles per hour barrier. Driving a 1,000 horsepower Mystery Sunbeam, Segrave averaged 203.79 miles per hour on the course at Daytona Beach, Florida.Ref: 3
1929*Stanley Cup: Boston Bruins sweep New York Rangers in 2 gamesRef: 5
1933*Kiki Cuyler breaks his leg and will miss nearly three months of the season. The Cub outfielder missed half of last season when he broke his other leg.Ref: 1
1935*The Cardinals release Dazzy Vance. He will spend his last season with the Dodgers in Brooklyn.Ref: 1
1940*Joe Louis KOs Johnny Paycheck in 2 to retain heavyweight boxing title.Ref: 5
1941*3rd NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Wisconsin beats Washington State 39-34Ref: 5
1944*During Pacific Coast League exhibition game, Oakland lends Los Angeles players after five teammates suffer an assortment of injuries in a car accident. LA beats Oakland, 6-2.Ref: 1
1948*Yankees & Red Sox tie at 2-2 in 17, spring training gameRef: 5
1948*Drachtster Boys soccer team forms in Drachten.Ref: 5
1953*Patty Berg wins LPGA New Orleans Women's Golf OpenRef: 5
1958 US Ladies Figure Skating Championship won by Carol Heiss.Ref: 5
1958 US Men's Figure Skating Championship won by David Jenkins.Ref: 5
1966*Muhammad Ali wins a decision over George Chuvalo in the 15th round in Toronto Canada, retaining the heavyweight boxing title.Ref: 5
1970 Manchester City wins 10th Europe Cup II.Ref: 5
1973*Dave Cowens wins NBA MVP.Ref: 5
1975*Mel Stottlemeyre, suffering from a torn rotator cuff, is given his unconditional release by the Yankees; he compiled a 164-139 record and a 2.97 era as well as 40 shutouts.Ref: 1
1975*Jane Blalock wins LPGA Karsten-Ping Golf OpenRef: 5
1975*Only 2nd time Islanders beat Rangers.Ref: 5
1976*38th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Indiana beats Michigan 86-68Ref: 5
1978*Ken Norton is declared heavyweight boxing champion by the WBC.Ref: 97
1981 Tiina Lehtola ski jumps female record 110 meterRef: 5
1981*Pat Bradley wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf OpenRef: 5
1982*44th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: North Carolina beats Georgetown 63-62Ref: 5
1984*NFL Baltimore Colts move to Indianapolis under cover of night.Ref: 5
1985*Wayne Gretzky breaks own NHL season record with 126th assistRef: 5
1987*6th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tennessee beats Louisiana Tech 67-44.Ref: 5
1987*Pat Bradley wins LPGA Standard Register Turquoise Golf ClassicRef: 5
1987 Hulk Hogan took 11 minutes, 43 seconds to pin Andre the Giant before 93,136 Wrestlemania III fans at the Silverdome in Pontiac, MI. The event was the biggest indoor sports/entertainment promotion ever. 2.5 million people watched on Pay-Per-View TV, as well.Ref: 4
1989*1st Soviet hockey players are permitted to play for the NHLRef: 5
1990*Houston's Akeen Olajuwan scores the 3rd NBA quadruple double 18 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists & 11 blocks vs MilwaukeeRef: 5
1992*21st Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Dottie MochrieRef: 5
1992*NCAA Basketball Women's Championship at Kemper Arena, Kansas City, Stanford beats Western Kentucky 78-62.Ref: 5
1992 World Ice Dance Championship in Oakland won by Klimova & Ponomarenko (CIS).Ref: 5
1992 World Ice Pairs Figure Skating Championship in Oakland won by Mishuktienok & Dmitriev (CIS).Ref: 5
1992 World Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Oakland won by Kristi Yamaguchi (USA).Ref: 5
1992 World Men's Figure Skating Championship in Oakland won by Viktor Petrenko (CIS).Ref: 5
1994*Coach Jimmy Johnson quits Dallas CowboysRef: 5
1996*New York Yankees beats New York Mets 7-3 in an exhibition gameRef: 5
1996*Cleveland Browns choose new name, Baltimore RavensRef: 5
1997 PBA National Championship Won by Rick SteelsmithRef: 5
1997*The first game is played at Turner Field in Atlanta. The Braves beats the Yankees 2-0 (exhibition).Ref: 5
1998*The final exhibition game of the season serves as a trial run for the Arizona Diamondbacks Bank One Ballpark as 49,198 fans see the Chicago White Sox defeat Arizona, 3-0. 
1998*17th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at Kemper Arena Kansas City,Tennessee beats Louisiana Tech 93-75.Ref: 5
1998*27th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship.Ref: 5
1999*61st NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: at ThunderDome St Petersburg, UCONN beats Duke 77-74Ref: 5
2001*Todd Helton signs a nine-year, $141.5 million contract extension making him the highest-paid player in Rockies history. The Colorado first baseman batted .372, hit 42 homers and knocked in 147 runs.Ref: 1
2002*Rickey Henderson is added to the Red Sox's Opening Day roster as his contract is purchased from Triple-A Pawtucket. The future Hall of Fame outfielder, who joined the exclusive 3000-hit club on the final day of last season, will begin his 24th year in majors appearing with his eighth different club.Ref: 1
2002*MLB announces there will be a minute of silence at 9:11 at every major league team's first night game this season to remember September 11th's tragic events. The song 'God Bless America' will continue to be sung during the seventh-inning stretch of all games.Ref: 1
2002*Miller Park's retractable roof will only be used on a limited basis at the start of season as engineers try to eliminate persistent noise coming from the year-old roof.Ref: 1
1795*Beethoven (24) debuts as pianist in ViennaRef: 5
1860*Dion Boucicault's "Colleen Bawn" premieres in New York NY.Ref: 5
1871*Albert Hall is opened by Queen Victoria in London.Ref: 5
1879*Tsjaikovski's opera "Jevgeni Onegin" premieres in Moscow.Ref: 5
1914 Seven papers joined together to distribute the first newspaper rotogravure section. This meant that the first picture section was developed.Ref: 4
1932 Comedian Jack Benny appeared on radio for the first time. He agreed to join then newspaper columnist, Ed Sullivan, on his radio interview show. Benny got a real taste of radio two months later when he got his own show on the NBC radio network.Ref: 4
1937 The radio serial, Our Gal Sunday, debuted. The question, “Can this girl from a small mining town in the West find happiness as the wife of a wealthy and titled Englishman?” was asked each day as the show continued for the next 22 years!Ref: 4
1941 First performance of Benjamin Britten's "Symphony da Requiem".Ref: 5
1947*"Beggar's Holiday" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 111 performances.Ref: 5
1951*"King & I" opens at St James Theater NYC for 1246 performances.Ref: 5
1951*23rd Academy Awards: "All About Eve", Jose Ferrer & Judy Holliday win.Ref: 5
1959 "Some Like it Hot" with Marilyn Monroe & Jack Lemmon premieresRef: 5
1960*Darius Milhaud's 9th Symphony, premieres.Ref: 5
1960 Largest theatre built since fall of Rome, Roxy in NY (built 1927) closes doors for the last time.Ref: 10
1962*Jack Paar left his highly successful late night TV talk show after five years. He left behind a salary of $250,000 and an estimated audience of eight-million people. Fill-in hosts were used, including one who would ultimately win the coveted position of host of The Tonight Show. He was Johnny Carson.Ref: 4
1963 Final episode of soap opera "Young Doctor Malone".Ref: 5
1964 First true Pirate Radio station, Radio Caroline (England).Ref: 5
1966*The musical comedy "It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman" opens on Broadway. It would close after 128 performances. (Daniels, Les, "Superman", 1998, ISBN 0-8118-2162-5) 
1967*The first nationwide strike in the 30-year history of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) began this day, lasting for 13 days. Many familiar faces were absent from the TV screen during the strike, including that of Walter Cronkite of CBS News. A chap named Arnold Zenker, formerly a radio announcer in Wilmington, DE, got the call to fill in for Cronkite during that period. After the strike was settled, Zenker was never heard from again on network television.Ref: 4
1970*"Look to the Lilies" opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC for 25 performances.Ref: 5
1973*Hommy, the Puerto Rican version of the rock opera Tommy, opened in New York City. The production was staged at Carnegie Hall.Ref: 4
1973*After recording On the Cover of ‘Rolling Stone’, Dr. Hook finally got a group shot on the cover of Jann Wenner’s popular rock magazine. Inside, a Rolling Stone writer confirmed that members of the group (Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show) bought five copies of the mag for their moms -- just like in the song’s lyrics!Ref: 4
1976*“And the Oscar goes to...” One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Saul Zaentz, Michael Douglas, producers) selected as the Best Picture of 1975. The Academy Awards were spotlighted -- for the 48th time -- at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Hosts for the gala gala were Goldie Hawn, Gene Kelly, Walter Matthau, George Segal and Robert Shaw. One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest also scored the Best Director prize for Milos Forman, the Best Actor honor for Jack Nicholson and the Best Actress Oscar for Louise Fletcher, plus the Oscars for Best Writing to Bo Goldman and Lawrence Hauben. The Best Supporting Actor nod went to eighty-year-old George Burns for The Sunshine Boys and Best Supporting Actress was Lee Grant in Shampoo. The Best Music/Song winner was Keith Carradine for I’m Easy from Nashville. Other favorite winning and nominated flicks from the year 1975 include: Dog Day Afternoon which won the Oscar for Best Writing/Original Screenplay (Frank Pierson); Jaws which was awarded gold statuettes for Best Sound (Robert L. Hoyt, Roger Heman, Earl Mabery, John R. Carter), Best Film Editing (Verna Fields); and Best Music/Original Score (John Williams); The Day of the Locust; Funny Lady; and Tommy.Ref: 4
1979 Caryl Churchill's "Cloud Nine" premieres in London.Ref: 5
1981*"Woman of the Year" opens at Palace Theater NYC for 770 performances.Ref: 5
1982*The oldest soap opera on network television, Search for Tomorrow, changed from CBS to NBC.Ref: 4
1982*54th Academy Awards: "Chariots of Fire", Henry Fonda & Katharine Hepburn win.Ref: 5
1982*2nd Golden Raspberry Awards: Mommie Dearest wins.Ref: 5
1986*Beatle records officially go on sale in RussiaRef: 5
1987*7th Golden Raspberry Awards: Howard the Duck wins.Ref: 5
1988*"Oba Oba" opens at Ambassador Theater NYC for 46 performances.Ref: 5
1989*61st Academy Awards: "Rainman", Dustin Hoffman & Jodie Foster winRef: 5
1989*As part of the Oscar ceremony, Rob Lowe perfomed a song and dance number with a Las Vegas showgirl dressed as Snow White. The Disney Company threatened a lawsuit and the Academy apologized.Ref: 73
1989*I M Pei's pyramidal entrance to the Louvre opens in Paris FranceRef: 5
1989*9th Golden Raspberry Awards: Cocktail wins.Ref: 5
1992*"Conversations with My Father" opens at Royale NYC for 462 performances.Ref: 5
1992*12th Golden Raspberry Awards: Hudson Hawk wins.Ref: 5
1993*65th Academy Awards: "Unforgiven", Al Pacino & Emma Thompson winRef: 5
1996*10th Soul Train Music Awards: Patti Labelle, Boyz II Men win.Ref: 5
1997*Actor Harry Hamlin weds actress Lisa RinnaRef: 5
2004*Charles Harrelson, father of actor Woody Harrelson, loses his Supreme Court appeal of a 1979 murder conviction of US District Judge John Wood, outside his San Antonio home. Harrelson claims he was not in San Antonio at that time. (Dayton Daily News, p A2, 3/30/2004) 
2334*Fiction: Beverly Crusher, Copernicus Luna, fictional doctor-Star Trek Next Generation, is born.Ref: 5
2336*Fiction: Deanna Troi, Betazed, fictional counsellor-Star Trek Next Generation, is born.Ref: 5
1484*Johann Spangenberg composer, is born.Ref: 5
1519*Carlo Caraffa Italian cardinal, is born.Ref: 5
1561*Santorio Santorio, Italian physician; introduced use of precision instruments in medicine, is born in Trieste Italy.Ref: 70
1602*John Lightfoot English theologist/literary (Horae Hebraicae), is born.Ref: 5
1616*Johann Erasmus Kindermann composer, is born.Ref: 5
1636*Esaias Reusner composer, is born.Ref: 5
1725*Joseph Franz Xaver Dominik Stalder composer, is born.Ref: 5
1752*Edward Jones composer, is born.Ref: 5
1790*The tenth president of the United States, John Tyler, was born in Charles City County VA.Ref: 68
1799*Edward Stanley Earl Derby (C), British Prime Minister (1852, 1858-59, 1866-68), is born.Ref: 5
1813*John Letcher Governor (Confederacy), died in 1884, is born.Ref: 5
1816*James Gallant Spears Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1869, is born.Ref: 5
1817*Constantine S Aksakov Russian historian/poet, is born.Ref: 5
1819*Edwin Drake, driller of the first productive oil well, is born.Ref: 2
1819*Isaac Mayer Wise rabbi, founded American Hebrew Congregations, is born.Ref: 5
1821*Joshua Thomas Owen Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1887, is born.Ref: 5
1822*Joseph Quinaux Belgian painter, is born.Ref: 5
1826 Wilhelm Liebknecht German MP (social-democratic), is born.Ref: 5
1829*Ritta & Christina Siamese twins, in Sardinia, is born.Ref: 5
1829*Robert Emmet Rodes Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1864, is born.Ref: 5
1831*Amelia Barr writer, is born.Ref: 5
1835*Elihu Thomson, the English-born American inventor of electric welding and arc lighting, is born.Ref: 2
1847*Birth of Winfield Scott Weeden, American sacred chorister and hymnwriter. During his life he led music and singing schools for the YMCA and Christian Endeavor. Of his several musical compositions, Weeden is best remembered today for the hymn, "I Surrender All."Ref: 5
1848*Aleksei Kuropatkin Russian General/minister of War, is born.Ref: 5
1853*Elihu Thomson, American engineer and inventor; founder of U.S. electrical industry, is born.Ref: 70
1867*Cy (Denton True) Young Baseball Hall of Famer: pitcher: Cleveland Spiders [World Series: 1892, 1895, 1896], St. Louis Perfectos, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Somersets, Boston Pilgrims [World Series: 1903], Boston Red Sox, Cleveland Naps, Boston Rustlers; Cy Young Award [for best pitcher in both leagues] named for him; winningest pitcher (511 wins, 1890-1911), is born in Gilmore OH.Ref: 4
1869*Ales Hrdlicka US, anthropologist/curator (US National Museum), is born.Ref: 5
1869*Edwin Lutyens architect, London, is born.Ref: 5
1875*Lou Henry Hoover, first lady of President Herbert Hoover (1929-33), is born.Ref: 2
1875*Paul Rubens composer, is born.Ref: 5
1876*Jan Ingenhoven composer, is born.Ref: 5
1876*Joseph Schmidlin German church historian/antifascist, is born.Ref: 5
1881*Raymond Hood, architect, is born.Ref: 2
1883*Donald Dexter Van Slyke US chemist (Micromanometric analysis), is born.Ref: 5
1886*Gustaf Adolf Tiburtius Bengtsson composer, is born.Ref: 5
1888*James E. Casey, founder of the United Parcel Service, is born.Ref: 2
1888*Adrianus M de Jong Dutch writer (World Tour of Bulletje & Bonestaak), is born.Ref: 5
1889*Howard Lindsay, Waterford NY, playwright/actor/director (State of Union), is born.Ref: 5
1889*Warner Baxter Columbus OH, actor (In Old Arizona, Cisco Kid), is born.Ref: 5
1891*Ivan Goll writer, is born.Ref: 5
1892*József Mindszenty [Joseph Prehm], Hungarian cardinal, is born.Ref: 5
1895*Ernest Jünger German philosopher (Anschwellender Bocksgesang), is born.Ref: 5
1898*Cecil Lewis airman/writer, is born.Ref: 5
1899*Lavrenty Beria, Russian director of the Soviet secret police, is born.Ref: 70
1901*Frans U Kailas Finnish poet, is born.Ref: 5
1902*Marcel Aymé French writer (Jument Verte), is born.Ref: 5
1902*Onslow Stevens Los Angeles CA, actor (Mr Fisher-This is the Life), is born.Ref: 5
1902*Sir William Walton, Oldham Lancashire England, composer (Troilus & Cressida, Wise Virgins), is born.Ref: 5
1905*Annunzio Mantovani Venice Italy, orchestra leader (Mantovani), is born.Ref: 5
1906*E Power Biggs Westcliff-on-Sea England, organist/composer (CBS), is born.Ref: 5
1908*Arthur O'Connell New York NY, actor (Mr Peepers, Second Hundred Years), is born.Ref: 5
1908*Dennis O'Keefe Fort Madison IA, actor/director (T-Men, Fighting Seabees), is born.Ref: 5
1909*Moon Mullican hillbilly pianist (7 Nights of Rock), is born.Ref: 5
1909*Yvonne Waegemans Flemish writer (Gnome Patjoepelke), is born.Ref: 5
1910*Helen Wells, author of the Cherry Ames series, is born.Ref: 2
1911*Philip Ahn Los Angeles CA, actor (Master Kan-Kung Fu), is born.Ref: 5
1913*Phil Foster Brooklyn NY, comedian (Frank De Fazio-Laverne & Shirley), is born.Ref: 5
1913*Jack Jones British trade unionist (CH), is born.Ref: 5
1913*Niall MacGinnis Dublin Ireland, actor (Curse of the Demon), is born.Ref: 5
1914*Phil Foster (Feldman) stand-up comedian; actor: Bang the Drum Slowly, Conquest of Space, Hail; is born.Ref: 4
1914*Chapman Pincher British journalist/author (about secret service), is born.Ref: 5
1915*George Chisholm Scottish jazz trombonist, is born.Ref: 5
1916*Eugene J McCarthy Watkins MN, (Senator-Democrat-MN, Presidential candidate 1968), is born.Ref: 5
1916*John Paul Governor-General (Bahamas), is born.Ref: 5
1917*Man O'War racehorse (winner of 20 out of 21 races & $249,465), is born.Ref: 5
1917 Arthur Knight CEO (Courtaulds), is born.Ref: 5
1918 John Read CEO (TSB Group), is born.Ref: 5
1918*Sam Walton billionaire CEO (Wal-Mart), is born.Ref: 5
1918*Pearl (Mae) Bailey jazz singer: Takes Two to Tango, A Little Learnin’ is a Dangerous Thing [w/Sinatra]; actress: St. Louis Woman, Variety Girl, Porgy and Bess, lead in black cast of Hello Dolly; TV series; is born in Newport News VA.Ref: 68
1919*Eileen Heckart Columbus OH, actress (Doll's House, Trauma Center), is born.Ref: 5
1921*Hugh Neill Lord-Lieutenant (South Yorkshire), is born.Ref: 5
1923 Julia Montgomery Walsh political consultant/writer, is born.Ref: 5
1924*Jules de Corte blind Dutch ballad singer, is born.Ref: 5
1925*Emlen Tunnell NFL safety (Giants, Packers), is born.Ref: 5
1925*Lord Justice Beldam, is born.Ref: 5
1927*John McLaughlin TV host: McLaughlin [CNBC Network]; editor, columnist, is born.Ref: 4
1927*Arthur Ravenel Jr (Representative-Republican-SC), is born.Ref: 5
1927*John Vane FRS/pharmacologist, is born.Ref: 5
1927*Lord Ross, is born.Ref: 5
1928*Vaclav Felix composer, is born.Ref: 5
1929*Ronald Clive Williams actor/comedian, is born.Ref: 5
1929*Sheila Kitzinger author, anthropologist & child birth educator, is born.Ref: 5
1930*Donny Conn rocker (Playmates), is born.Ref: 5
1930*Hugh Edward Conway Seymour marquis of Hertford, is born.Ref: 5
1930*Marquess of Hertford, is born.Ref: 5
1931*Evelyn de Rothschild English banker/multi-millionaire, is born.Ref: 5
1931*James Weatherhead moderator (General Assembly of Church of Scotland), is born.Ref: 5
1931*Lord Tebbit British CH, is born.Ref: 5
1931*Sylvia Law British town planner, is born.Ref: 5
1934*Ernstalbrecht Stiebler composer, is born.Ref: 5
1935*Ruby Murray Irish pop singer (Softly Softly), is born.Ref: 5
1936*Judith Guest, novelist (Ordinary People), is born.Ref: 2
1936*Richard Rodney Bennett Broadstairs Kent England, composer, is born.Ref: 5
1937*Billy Carter, brother of 39th U.S. President Jimmy Carter, is born in Plains GA.Ref: 4
1937 Anne Stoddart diplomat, is born.Ref: 5
1938*Duane Rupp hockey: NHL: NY Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Minnesota North Stars, Pittsburgh PenguinsRef: 4
1938 Bert de Vries Dutch minister of Social Affairs (CDA), is born.Ref: 5
1938*Margaret Howard British broadcaster, is born.Ref: 5
1939*Nancy Kwan Hong Kong, actress (Flower Drum Song, Night Creature), is born.Ref: 5
1940*Raymond Davis US rock vocalist (Funkadelic-Knee Deep), is born.Ref: 5
1941*Terence Hill Venice Italy, actor (Super Fuzz, They Call Me Trinity), is born.Ref: 5
1942*Larry Pressler (Senator-Republican-SD, 1979- ), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Eric Idle South Shields Durham England, comedian/actor (Monty Python) is born.Ref: 5
1943*Vangelis [Evangelos Papathanassiou] Valos Greece, composer/keyboardist (Chariots of Fire), is born.Ref: 5
1943*John Major, British Prime Minister (C, 1990-97), is born.Ref: 68
1944*Denny (Dennis Dale) McLain, Detroit Tiger pitcher (1968 American League MVP/Cy Young/31 wins), is born.Ref: 5
1944*James Diggle FBA, classicist, is born.Ref: 5
1944*John Suchet British TV journalist (Independent TV News), is born.Ref: 5
1945*Julie Goodyear British actress (Bet Lynch-Coronation Street), is born.Ref: 5
1945*Willem Ruis Dutch TV host (Willem Ruis Show), is born.Ref: 5
1945*Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier Basketball Hall of Famer: Southern Illinois Univ. All-American; NY Knicks [1967-1977/NBA championship teams: 1970, 1973/NBA all defensive first team: 1969-1975/all-star: 1970-1976/MVP: 1975], Knicks’ all-time assists leader: 4,791; Cleveland Cavaliers; lifetime average of 18.9 points per game in 825 regular-season games, 20.7 points per game in 93 playoff contests; nickname [Clyde] taken from the folk-hero robber Clyde Barrow, is born.Ref: 4
1946*Bruce Weber director (Broken Noses), is born.Ref: 5
1946*Ronald Farrow radio producer/priest, is born.Ref: 5
1947*Aleksandr Stepenovich Viktorenko cosmonaut (Soyuz TM-3, 8, 14, 20), is born.Ref: 5
1947*Bobby Kimball [Robert Toteaux] Vinton LA, rocker (Toto-Roseanna. Africa), is born.Ref: 5
1947*Peter Hinchcliffe co-founder (Iceland Frozen Foods), is born.Ref: 5
1948*Ken Burrow football: San Diego State Univ., Atlanta Falcons, Oakland Raiders, is born.Ref: 4
1948*Bud Cort New Rochelle NY, actor/director (Harold and Maude, Brewster McCloud, MASH), is born.Ref: 5
1949*Michael Brecker jazz musician (The Brecker Brothers), is born.Ref: 5
1950*Ed Ratleff basketball: Long Beach State Univ., 1972 Olympics USA Men’s Basketball Team, Houston Rockets, is born.Ref: 4
1950 Bud Cort 1950Ref: 10
1951*Barry Goudreau rocker, is born.Ref: 5
1952*Teofilo Stevenson Cuba, heavyweight boxer (Olympics-gold-1972, 76, 80), is born.Ref: 5
1953*Tom (Thomas Hubert) Hume baseball: pitcher: Cincinnati Reds [all-star: 1982], Philadelphia Phillies, is born.Ref: 4
1954*Karen Anne Quinlan Scranton PA, famous comatose patient (right to die case), is born.Ref: 5
1955*Christopher Lawford actor (Charlie Brent-All My Children), is born.Ref: 5
1955*Dianne Kay Phoenix AZ, actress (Nancy-8 is Enough, Reggie, Glitter), is born.Ref: 5
1955*Earl Campbell Pro Football Hall of Famer: Heisman Trophy winner: [Univ. of Texas: 1977], Texas All-American, Houston Oilers [1978-1984], New Orleans Saints [1984-1985]; career-high 1,934 yards rushing, including four 200-yard rushing games [1980], career stats: 9,407 yards, 74 TDs rushing, 121 receptions, 806 yards, played in five Pro Bowls, is born.Ref: 4
1955*Henry Bellingham MP, is born.Ref: 5
1956*Kurt Thomas gymnast: first American male to win a world champion gymnastics event since 1932 [floor exercise 1978, 1979]; Sullivan Award-winner [1979]; TV sports commentator; operates a gymnastics school, is born.Ref: 4
1956*Lisa J Allen TV reporter/lawyer, is born.Ref: 5
1956*Sue Fogleman LPGA golfer, is born.Ref: 5
1956*LaToya Jackson singer (If You Feel the Funk)/posed for Playboy, is born.Ref: 5
1957*(Long Island) Christopher Lambert Great Neck Long Island NY, actor (Highlander, Subway, Greystoke, Why Me), is born.Ref: 5
1958*Fiona Reynolds director/Council for Protection of Rural England, is born.Ref: 5
1959*Marina Sirtis London, actress (Deanna Troi-Star Trek: The Next Generation), is born.Ref: 5
1959*Brad McCrimmon Dodsland, NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers), is born.Ref: 5
1961*Ane-Marie Sanches newscaster (Suriname TV/Radio), is born.Ref: 5
1961*Mike Kingery St James MN, outfielder (Pittsburgh Pirates), is born.Ref: 5
1962*Kirk Alan Triplett Moses Lake WA, PGA golfer (1992 Shell Houston-2nd), is born.Ref: 5
1963*M.C. Hammer (Stanley Kirk Burrell) Grammy Award-winning singer: U Can’t Touch This [1990], Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ’Em: The Movie [1990]; Ring ’Em, Adam’s Groove [Addams Family Theme]; dancer, actor: Amen, is born.Ref: 4
1964*Elle Macpherson Sydney Australia, model (Sports Illustrated 1986, 87, 88)/actress (Sirens), is born.Ref: 5
1964*Jill Goodacre Connick Lubbock TX, model (Victoria Secrets), is born.Ref: 5
1966*Dwayne Harper NFL cornerback (San Diego Chargers), is born.Ref: 5
1966*Eric Gunderson Portland OR, pitcher (Boston Red Sox), is born.Ref: 5
1966*Robb Thomas NFL receiver (Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers), is born.Ref: 5
1967*Brian Jordan Baltimore MD, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals), is born.Ref: 5
1967*Jerry Olsavsky NFL linebacker (Pittsburgh Steelers), is born.Ref: 5
1968*Actress Lucy Lawless (Lucille Francis Ryan) of "Xena, The Warrior Princess" is born in New Zealand.Ref: 24
1968*Chris Calloway NFL wide receiver (New York Giants), is born.Ref: 5
1968*James Williams NFL tackle (Chicago Bears), is born.Ref: 5
1969*[Jane] Kim[berly] Batten McRae GA, 400 meter hurdler (Olympics-silver-96), is born.Ref: 5
1969*Darren Chandler WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals), is born.Ref: 5
1969*James Atkin rocker (EMF-Unbelievable), is born.Ref: 5
1969*Jeff Blackshear guard (Baltimore Ravens), is born.Ref: 5
1969*Jimmy Spencer NFL cornerback (New Orleans Saints, Cincinnati Bengals), is born.Ref: 5
1969*Kai Nurminen Turku Finland, hockey forward (Team Finland), is born.Ref: 5
1969*Perry Farrell rocker (Jane's Addiction, Porno For Pyros), is born.Ref: 5
1971*Lennart van Reen son of author Ton v R/publisher Corrie Zelen, is born.Ref: 5
1971*Ryan Mark Lambert Cleveland OH, actor/singer (Kids Incorporated, Freeze Frame), is born.Ref: 5
1972*Alex Ochoa Miami FL, outfielder (New York Mets), is born.Ref: 5
1972*John Rothell Titusville FL, 400 meter hurdler, is born.Ref: 5
1972*Paul Michael Kent Australia, New Zealand breast-stroker (Olympics-96), is born.Ref: 5
1972*Trevor Kidd Dugald Manitoba, NHL goalie (Calgary Flames), is born.Ref: 5
1973*Brad Bridgewater US, 200 meter backstroke (Olympics-gold-96), is born.Ref: 5
1973*John Oppio Sparks NV, double trap (Olympics-1996), is born.Ref: 5
1973*Marc Overmars Dutch soccer player (Ajax), is born.Ref: 5
1973*Mark Platt Peterborough Ontario, rower (Olympics-96), is born.Ref: 5
1975*Christopher Yule hockey forward (Team Japan 1998), is born.Ref: 5
1976*(Long Island) Jennifer Capriati, Long Island NY, tennis pro (Federation Cup-1990, Olympics-gold-92), is born.Ref: 5
1058*Stephen IX [Frederik van Lotharingen], 1st Belgian Pope (1057-58), dies.Ref: 5
1546*Cardinal Beaton English archbishop of St Andrews, murderedRef: 5
1546*Cardinal Beaton English archbishop of St Andrews, murdered.Ref: 5
1650*Cornelis Galle I Flemish engraver, dies at about 73.Ref: 5
1655*Valerius Andreas Flemish historian, dies at 66.Ref: 5
1697*Nikolaus Bruhns composer, dies.Ref: 5
1745*Robert Walpole first British premier (1722-42), dies at 68.Ref: 5
1772*Emanuel Swedenborg, Swedish scientist/Christian mystic, dies at age 84.Ref: 70
1788*Charles Wesley hymn writer, dies.Ref: 5
1792*King Gustav III King of Sweden (1771-92), dies of wounds.Ref: 5
1794*Marie-J-A-N C Condorcet mathematician (Theory of Comets), dies at 50Ref: 5
1800*Marc-Rene Montalembert, French general and military engineer, dies at age 86.Ref: 70
1802*Frederic Thieme composer, dies at 51.Ref: 5
1804*Thousands of Whites are massacred in HaitiRef: 5
1827*Composer Ludwig van Beethoven is buried in Vienna amidst a crowd of over 10,000 mourners.Ref: 2
1837*Maria Fitzherbert morganatic wife of King George IV, dies.Ref: 5
1839*Bernardus JC Dibbets Dutch baron/General-Major (Maastricht), dies at 56.Ref: 5
1847*Auguste De Polignac premier France, dies at 66Ref: 5
1848*John Jacob Astor, German-born American founder of the Astor dynasty, dies at age 84.Ref: 70
1850*Ireland's SS Royal Adelaide sinks in storm; 200 dieRef: 5
1866*Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch Rabbi/Chassidic leader, dies.Ref: 5
1878*Mark Hopkins, American capitalist; helped build Central Pacific Railroad, dies at age 63.Ref: 70
1880*Jakob Axel Josephson composer, dies at 62.Ref: 5
1886*John Keble theologian, Bournemouth.Ref: 5
1888*Charles-Henri Valentin Alkan composer, dies at 74.Ref: 5
1891*Georges Seurat French painter: Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grand Jatte; dies at age 31.Ref: 4
1892*William Bowman English anatomist, dies at 75.Ref: 5
1903*Gustavus Swift, American business leader; founded Swift & Co., dies at age 63.Ref: 70
1911*Felix Alexandre Guilmant composer, dies at 74.Ref: 5
1917*Fran Gerbic composer, dies at 76.Ref: 5
1921*John Burroughs author: “Time does not become sacred to us until we have lived it.”; dies.Ref: 4
1924*Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, Irish-born English composer, conductor and teacher, dies at age 71.Ref: 70
1929*Robert E Rodes led Jackson's flank at Chancellorsville, Major General, dies.Ref: 5
1930*Anton Bettelheim writer, dies.Ref: 5
1933*Alexander Schmuller Russian/Dutch violinist/conductor, dies at 52.Ref: 5
1937*Karol Szymanowski, Polish/Ukraine composer (Stabat Mater), dies at 54.Ref: 5
1945*Karl T Sapper German geographer/geologist (Vulkankunde), dies at 79.Ref: 5
1955 Everard Verachtert Flemish linguist (I Can Speak Nicely), dies at 81.Ref: 5
1957*Joyce A L Cary English writer (Horse's Mouth), dies at 68.Ref: 5
1959*Johnny (John Thomas) Allen baseball: pitcher: NY Yankees [World Series: 1932], Cleveland Indians [all-star: 1938], Brooklyn Dodgers [World Series: 1941], SL Browns, NY Giants; dies.Ref: 4
1959*Barthelemy Boganda Central African Republic's first President, dies.Ref: 5
1959*Sara Wennerberg-Reuter composer, dies at 84.Ref: 5
1963*Pola Gojawiczynska Polish author (Stolica), dies at 64.Ref: 5
1964*Ted Collins pianist (Kate Smith Evening Hour), dies at 63.Ref: 5
1966*Harry Daugherty trombonist (Spike Jones & City Slickers), dies at 50.Ref: 5
1972 J Arthur Rank first Baron Rank, industrialist/film magnate.Ref: 5
1974*Seton I Miller writer, dies at 71.Ref: 5
1979*Melville Cooper TV panelist (I Got a Secret), dies at 82.Ref: 5
1979*Luke Easter Luscious Luke: baseball: Cleveland Indians; dies.Ref: 4
1980*[Annunzio Paolo] Mantovani orchestra leader, dies at 74.Ref: 5
1981*Eric Williams Prime Minister (Trinidad & Tobago), dies at 79.Ref: 5
1982*Ray Bloch orchestra leader: TV shows: Blind Date, The Ed Sullivan Show, The Gay Nineties Revue, The Jackie Gleason Show, The Larry Storch Show, Songs for Sale; dies.Ref: 4
1982*Carl Orff German composer (Mouth, Antigonae), dies at 86.Ref: 5
1982*Rudy Bond character actor (Streetcar Named Desire), dies of a heart attack at 68.Ref: 5
1982 Walter Hallstein West German politician (CDU, H-doctrine), dies at 80.Ref: 5
1983*Richard O'Brien actor (Rocky Horror Show), dies of cancer at 65.Ref: 5
1985*Marc Chagall artist: Red Nude Sitting Up, I and the Village, Bride with a Fan, The Cattle Dealer, Jew at Prayer, Bella with a White Collar; dies.Ref: 4
1986*Harry Ritz actor (3 Musketeers, On the Avenue), dies at 79.Ref: 5
1988*Ted (Theodore Bernard) Kluszewski ‘Big Klu’: baseball: Cincinnati Reds, Cincinnati Redlegs [all-star: 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956], Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago White Sox [World Series: 1959], LA Angels; dies.Ref: 4
1989*Bernard Blier actor (Les Miserables, Women & War), dies at 73.Ref: 5
1990*Phil (Philip Samuel) Masi baseball: catcher: Boston Bees, Boston Braves [all-star: 1945-1948/World Series: 1948], Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago White Sox; dies.Ref: 4
1990*Germaine Montenesdro 2nd victim of NYC's Zodiac killer, shot dead.Ref: 5
1991*Political strategist Lee Atwater, who'd helped propel President Bush to his 1988 election victory, died at age 40 of complications resulting from a brain tumor.Ref: 5
1991*Matt Bennett actor (Hickey & Boggs), dies of brain tumor at 52.Ref: 5
1992*Earl Spencer father of Lady Diana, dies at 68Ref: 5
1992*Paul Henreid (Paul Georg Julius Hernreid Ritter Von Wassel-Waldingau) actor: The Madwoman of Chaillot, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Deep in My Heart, Casablanca, Goodbye, Mr. Chips; director: Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Battle in Blue, Battle Shock, Tall Lie, dies at age 84.Ref: 4
1994*Bill Travers Newcastle-on-Tyne England, actor (Born Free, Gorgo), dies.Ref: 4
1994*Paul Grimault animator, dies at 89.Ref: 5
1994*William Natcher (Representative-Democrat-KY), dies at 84.Ref: 5
1995*Carl E Jefferson record company owner, dies at 74.Ref: 5
1995*Eddie Williams Wiggins alto saxophone/comedian, dies at 78.Ref: 5
1995 James Eric Storrar fighter Pilot, dies at 74.Ref: 5
1995*John Elliott Terry film financier, dies at 82.Ref: 5
1996*Michael McMorris, son of Colorado Rockies Chairman Jerry McMorris, passes away after a lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis. The club will wear a shoulder patch bearing Michael's initials during the 1996 season.Ref: 86
1996 Maggie Donnelly bag lady, dies at 46.Ref: 5
1997*Eddie Ryder actor (Slick Jones-General Hospital), dies at 74.Ref: 5
1997*Ellen Clara Pollock actress (Wicked Lady, Fake), dies at 94Ref: 5
1998*Dudley Wysong golf: two-time winer on PGA Tour; vice president: PGA of America; dies.Ref: 1
1999*Joe Williams (Joseph Goreed) jazz singer: Every Day [I Have the Blues], Party Blues, Goin’ to Chicago; sang with Count Basie: LP: Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings; actor: The Bill Cosby Show; is born.Ref: 4

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