Ken Fussichen's History Of The Day For
October 22nd

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451*During the Fifth Session of the Council of Chalcedon, the final form of the Chalcedonian Creed was drafted. It became the Early Church's highest and most enduring "definition" of the person and work of Jesus Christ.Ref: 5
1746*John Hamilton, the Royal Governor of New Jersey officially chartered the College of New Jersey. The school is now known as Princeton University.Ref: 4
1824*The Tennessee Legislature adjourns ending Davy Crockett's state political career.Ref: 2
1836*Sam Houston was inaugurated as the first constitutionally-elected president of the Republic of Texas.Ref: 70
1844*The "Great Disappointment" began when this latest date, set for the return of Christ by religious leader William Miller, passed without event. Over 100,000 disillusioned followers returned to their former churches, or abandoned the Christian faith altogether.Ref: 5
1848*The cornerstone for St. John's Cathedral in Cleveland is laid. 
1875*Sons of the American Revolution organized.Ref: 5
1899*American Presbyterian missionary James B. Rodgers, 34, baptized his first Filipino converts to the Christian faith, thus inaugurating the beginning of Philippine Protestant churches.Ref: 5
1906*3000 blacks demonstrate & riot in Phila.Ref: 5
1914*Congress passes the Revenue Act, mandating the first tax on incomes over $3,000.Ref: 3
1918*The cities of Baltimore and Washington run out of coffins during the "Spanish Inflenza" epidemic.Ref: 2
1922*Parsifal Place laid out in Bronx, named for knight in Wagner's Opera.Ref: 5
1922*Lucerne Street in the Bronx named.Ref: 5
1928*Republican presidential nominee Herbert Hoover spoke of the "American system of rugged individualism" in a speech at New York's Madison Square Garden.Ref: 70
1934*Enrico Fermi discovers the principle of neutron moderation, and the enhanced capture of slow neutrons.Ref: 91
1936*The first test drives of the Volkswagon "Beetle" begin in Germany.Ref: 3
1936*The first commercial flight from the US mainland to Hawaii occurs.Ref: 5
1940*Deportation of 29,000 German Jews from Baden, the Saar, and Alsace-Lorraine into Vichy France.Ref: 35
1942*SS put down a revolt at Sachsenhausen by a group of Jews about to be sent to Auschwitz.Ref: 35
1945*(Zenger) Governor Cosby (of New York) orders that copies of Zenger's Journal be "burned by the hands of the common hangman or whipper near the pillory in this city." When magistrates refuse to help carry out the order, the burning is accomplished by Harison and a slave.Ref: 87
1952*The complete Jewish Torah was published in English for the first time. A collection of oral and written commentary (dating 200 BC to AD 500) on the first five books of the Old Testament, the Torah comprises the basic religious code of Judaism.Ref: 5
1953*Laos gains full independence from France.Ref: 5
1954 West Germany joins the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.Ref: 70
1954*An avalanche occurs in Berly, Haiti.Ref: 81
1954*As a result of the Geneva accords granting Communist control over North Vietnam, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower authorizes a crash program to train the South Vietnamese Army.Ref: 2
1955*The prototype of the F-105 Thunder Chief makes its maiden flight.Ref: 2
1962 Pacific Science Center opens at Seattle Center.Ref: 5
1962*President Kennedy goes on national television to announce that the USSR, contrary to its assurances, had been building missile and bomber bases in Cuba.Ref: 2
1962*Pacific Science Center opens at Seattle Center.Ref: 5
1963*225,000 students boycott Chicago schools in Freedom Day protest.Ref: 5
1964*Jean Paul Satre declines the Nobel Prize for Literature.Ref: 2
1971*Folk singer Joan Baez received a gold record for her hit, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down. It turned out to be her biggest hit, peaking at #3 on the charts (October 2, 1971).Ref: 4
1973*Security Council Resolution 338-cease fire to the Yom Kippur War.Ref: 5
1975*Air Force Technical Sergeant Leonard Matlovich, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, is given a "general" discharge by the Air Force after publicly declaring his homosexuality.Matlovich dies in 1988. His tombstone reads: "A gay Vietnam Veteran. When I was in the military they gave me a medal for killing two men and a discharge for loving one."Ref: 3
1978*Pope John Paul II was inaugurated as Universal Pastor of the Roman Catholic Church. He was the first non-Italian Pope since Adrian VI (1522-1523), the first Polish Pope, and the youngest Pope since Pius IX (1846-1878).Ref: 4
1979*The U.S. government allows the ousted shah of Iran, Muhammad Reza Pahlevi, to travel to New York City for cancer treatment--a decision that precipitates the Iran hostage crisis.Ref: 3
1980*New South Korean constitution comes into effect.Ref: 5
1981*US national debt tops $1 trillion.Ref: 5
1981*The Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization was decertified by the federal government for its strike the previous August.Ref: 70
1986*The Surgeon General releases his first report on AIDSRef: 62
1986*U.S. President Ronald Reagan signed the Tax Reform Act of 1986 on this day, but wrote his last name first. The signing, however, remains legal.Ref: 4
1988*(US Supreme Court Justice) Supreme Ct Justice Sandra Day O'Connor OK after breast cancer surgery.Ref: 5
1991*General Motors announces 9 month loss of $2.2 billion.Ref: 5
1996*Microsoft launches Expedia, an online travel service.Ref: 3
1999*A 6.4 earthquake hits Taiwain causing about 200 injuries. It is unrelated to the September 21st quake.Ref: 9
-2136*-BC- Chinese make first record of a solar eclipse.Ref: 5
1797*The first successful parachute descent is made by Andre-Jacques Garnerin, who jumps from a balloon at some 2,200 feet over Paris.Ref: 2
1938*Chester Carlson invents the photocopier. He tries to sell the machine to IBM, RCA, Kodak and others, but they see no use for a gadget that makes nothing but copies.Ref: 2
1966*Luna 12 - USSR Lunar Orbiter is in lunar orbit.Ref: 40
1968*"Apollo Seven" returns safely, splashing down in the Atlantic Ocean.Ref: 5
1975*Soviet spacecraft Venera 9 soft-lands on Venus.Ref: 5
1977*International Sun-Earth Explorers 1 & 2 launched into Earth orbit.Ref: 5
2003*An article in USA Today announces Boeing 7E7 Dreamliner, a 200-passenger, twin-engine airliner with a range of 7600 miles and a cruising speed of 625 MPH. First deliveries are planned for 2008. (USA Today, p 3B, 10/22/2003)Ref: 13
1859 Spain declares war on the Moors in Morocco.Ref: 2
1862*Union troops push 5,000 confederates out of Maysbille, Ark., at the Second Battle of Pea Ridge.Ref: 2
1914*U.S. places economic support behind Allies.Ref: 2
1940*On a convoy in the North Atlantic, RCN destroyer Margaree collides with freighter Port Fairy in poor visibility, 400 miles west of Ireland. It is the first convoy mission for the destroyer, and 140 lives are lost. 
1944*Chuck Yeager shoots down 5 German ME-109's in a single day.Ref 
1972*Operation Linebacker I, the bombing of North Vietnam with B-52 bombers, ends.Ref: 2
1789*Tom Johnson defeats giant Isaac Perrins at Banbury, Osfordshire in 1 hour 15 minutes.Ref: 97
1845*The first known box score appears in the NY Morning News a month after the first set of rules are written by Alexander Cartwright and some his fellow Knickerbockers.Ref: 1
1939*The first televised pro football game was telecast from Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York. NBC’s flagship, W2XBS, carried the action. Brooklyn beat Philadelphia, 23-14. NBC later changed those experimental call letters to WRCA, and even later, to WNBC.Ref: 4
1950*A record score in the NFL: The Los Angeles Rams stopped the Baltimore Colts, 70-27, in a regular season game.Ref: 4
1959*Under intense public pressure and the Massachusetts Committee Against Discrimination investigation, the Red Sox become the last club to integrate. Fourteen years after the club passes on Jackie Robinson despite a successful tryout in 1945, Elijah 'Pumpsie' Green pinch runs and plays shortstop to become the first black to play for the Red Sox.Ref: 1
1972*The A's win their first championship in 42 years as they defeat the Reds 3-2 in Game 7 of the Fall Classic. World Series MVP Gene Tenace, who had only hit five HRs in the regular season, connects for four round trippers in the seven games against Cincinnati.Ref: 1
1974*Two very well-known outfielders are traded for one another as the Giants send Bobby Bonds to the Yankees for Bobby Murcer. Considered to be the biggest one-for one trade in baseball history, the swap of the next 'Willie Mays' (Bonds) for the next 'Mickey Mantle (Murcer) marks the first time two $600,000 players have been exchanged.Ref: 1
1975*Cincinnati Reds manager Sparky Anderson said, “We were the best team in baseball, but not by much.” The World Series featured five one-run victories, two in extra innings and three on game-ending hits. In six of the seven victories, the winner trailed; four times the winning run came in the final inning. And 13 times, the score was either tied or the lead reversed. And in the seventh, played this day, a ninth-inning RBI single by Joe Morgan gave the Reds a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox and the title. It was the first title for the Reds in 35 years.Ref: 4
1975*World Football League disbands.Ref: 5
1976*Rick Barry (SF), begins then longest NBA free throw streak of 60.Ref: 5
1976*The Toronto Blue Jays acquire their first player in purchase of catcher Phil Roof from the Chicago White Sox.Ref: 86
1984*NFL quarterback Ken Stabler retires.Ref: 5
1987*Canadian Garry Sowerby and American Tim Cahill complete the first trans-Americas drive, driving from Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina, to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, in a total elapsed time of twenty-three days, twenty-two hours, and forty-three minutes. The pair drove the 14,739-mile distance in a 1988 GMC Sierra K3500 4-wheel-drive pickup truck powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 Detroit diesel engine.Ref: 3
1989*Denver Nuggets beat Jugoplastika Split 135-129 in 3rd McDonald Open.Ref: 5
1997*Rightfielder Larry Walker wins the Colorado Rockies' first Gold Glove.Ref: 86
2000*In Game 2, the Yankees extend their World Series winning streak to 14 consecutive games defeating the Mets, 6-5 in a game which is overshadowed by Roger Clemens throwing the barrel of a shattered bat at Mike Piazza as the Met catcher runs to first. The eagerly awaited at bat, due to the Rocket's beaning of the Mets' superstar in July, results in the two players confronting one another and the emptying of both benches.Ref: 1
2002*Giant P.A. announcer Rene Brooks-Moon become the first woman to announce a World Series. Her scorecard from Game 4 is being sent the Hall of Fame.Ref: 1
2002*During a promotion of baseball's "most memorable moments" before Game 4 of the World Series in San Francisco, Pete Rose receives a 70-second standing ovation and chants of "Hall of Fame" from the crowd. (XDG, p 12, 1/06/2004)Ref: 83
2003*According to an AP article in the Xenia Daily Gazetter, a judge in Eagle CO said prosecutors presented miminal evidence against LA Laker Kobe Bryant, but enough for Bryant to stand trial on a charge of sexually assaulting a 19-year old resort worker. (XDG, p 12, 10/22/2003)Ref: 83
1883*The original Metropolitan Opera House in NY held its grand opening with a performance of Gounod's "Faust."Ref: 70
1883*First NY Horse Show held (Madison Sq Garden).Ref: 5
1907 Ringling Brothers buys Barnum & Bailey.Ref: 2
1917*Leopold Stokowski led the Philadelphia Orchestra in its first recording session -- for Victor Records.Ref: 4
1926*As Harry Houdini relaxes on a couch in his dressing room at the Princess Theater in Montreal, Canada, Houdini was visited by a student athlete from Montreal’s McGill University. The young man asked Houdini if it was true that he could actually withstand punches to the stomach. Houdini replied in the affirmative, but before he could prepare himself for the stunt by tightening his stomach muscles, the student punched the magician several times in his mid-section. Houdini dies 9 days later of a ruptured appendix.Ref: 4
1959*Take Me Along opened on Broadway and quickly became an American classic. Walter Pidgeon starred along with Jackie Gleason.Ref: 4
1966*The Supremes rocketed to the top of the pop-album charts with Supremes A’ Go-Go. They were the first all-female vocal group to hit the top of the LP chart.Ref: 4
1969*Michael Thomas, the 25-year-old assistant conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, took over for ailing conductor William Steinberg in the symphony’s appearance in NY City.Ref: 4
1978*Laugh-in's Judy Carne is arrested at Gatwick Airport for drug possession.Ref: 5
1979*Walt Disney World's 100-millionth guest is Kurt Miller.Ref: 5
1983*Celebrating its 100th anniversary, NY’s Metropolitan Opera featured a daylong concert with some of the world’s greatest opera stars. On stage at the Met were Joan Sutherland, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti.Ref: 4
1984*Paul McCartney releases "Give My Regards to Broad Street" soundtrack.Ref: 5
1988*Elton John sells out MSG for a record 26th time.Ref: 5
1988*Phil Collins’ remake of the Mindbenders’ Groovy Kind of Love was the number one U.S. single. It was parked at the peak of the pops for two weeks.Ref: 4
2003*Liza Minelli defends herself against a $10M lawsuit from estranged husband David Gest who alleges spousal abuse. (USA Today, p 3D, 10/23/2003)Ref: 13
2003*According to an article in USA Today, actor Robert DeNiro, 60, has been diagnosed with prostrate cancer. DeNiro's prognosis for recover is described as "good". (USA Today, p 1D, 10/22/2003)Ref: 13
1689 King John V Portugal is born.Ref: 10
1811*Franz Liszt, Raiding, Hungary, romantic composer/virtuoso pianist, is born.Ref: 5
1821*Collis Porter Huntington, American railroad magnate, is born.Ref: 70
1844*Sarah Bernhardt France, silent film actress (Camille, Queen Elizabeth), is born.Ref: 68
1870*Ivan Bunin Russia, poet/novelist (Gentleman from SF-Nobel 1933), is born.Ref: 5
1880*Joe Carr Ohio, NFL hall of famer/NFL president (1921-39), is born.Ref: 5
1882*N.C. Wyeth, painter famous for his illustrations of Treasure Island and Robin Hood, is born.Ref: 2
1885*Giovanni Martinelli Montagnana Italy, opera singer (NY Met), is born.Ref: 5
1887*John Reed, American journalist, poet and revolutionary who witnessed the Russian Revolution of 1917 and wrote about it in "Ten Days That Shook the World", is born.Ref: 2
1896*Charles Glenn King biochemist (discovered vitamin C), is born.Ref: 5
1898*Damaso Alonso Spanish poet (Hijos de la ira), is born.Ref: 5
1903*Curly Howard (aka Jerome Lester Horwitz) (of the 3 Stooges) is born.Ref: 68
1903*George Beadle, Nobel Prize-winner for medicine [1958]: genetic research; President: University of Chicago; Harvard professor of genetics; is born.Ref: 4
1904*Constance Bennett actress: Madame X, As Young as You Feel, Two-Faced Woman, Topper, Sin Takes a Holiday, is born.Ref: 4
1905*Karl Jansky discovered cosmic radio emissions in 1932, is born.Ref: 5
1905*Constance Bennett actress (Easiest Way, Ladies in Love), is born.Ref: 5
1906*Sidney Kingsley author (Darkness at Noon), is born.Ref: 5
1907*Jimmie (Emory) Foxx ‘Beast’, ‘Double X’: Baseball Hall of Famer: Philadelphia Athletics [World Series: 1929, 1930, 1031/all-star: 1934, is born.Ref: 4
1913*Boots (Patricia) Mallory actress: Sing Sing Nights, Wolf Dog, Powdersmoke Range, Carnival Lady; is born.Ref: 4
1915*Harry Hickox Big Springs TX, (Herb-Please Don't Eat the Daisies), is born.Ref: 5
1916*Sid Miller Shenandoah Pa, actor (Donald O'Connor Texaco Show), is born.Ref: 5
1916*Harry (William) Walker ‘Harry the Hat’: baseball: is born.Ref: 4
1917*Joan Fontaine (de Havilland) Academy Award-winning actress, is born in Tokyo, Japan.Ref: 4
1919*Doris Lessing, novelist (Children of Violence, The Golden Notebook), is born.Ref: 2
1920*Timothy Leary, American psychologist who experimented with psychedelic drugs, is born.Ref: 2
1920*Mitzi Green NYC, actress (Little Orphan Annie, So This is Hollywood), is born.Ref: 5
1922*John Chafee (Sen-R-RI), is born.Ref: 5
1923*Pete Pihos NFL end (Phil Eagles), is born.Ref: 5
1925*Robert Rauschenberg US, painter (Gloria), is born.Ref: 5
1925*Slater Martin Basketball Hall of Famer: Lakers: 4 NBA championships; NY Knicks, St. Louis Hawks, is born.Ref: 4
1925 Dory Previn is born.Ref: 10
1929*Dory Previn pop singer (Love Be My Cover), is born.Ref: 5
1930*Dory Previn songwriter: Come Saturday Morning, It’s Impossible, The Faraway Part of Town [w/Andre Previn]Ref: 4
1933*Donald H Peterson Winona MS, Col USAF/astronaut (STS 6), is born.Ref: 5
1934*Donald McIntyre Auckland NZ, Bass-Baritone (Wotan-Das Rheingold), is born.Ref: 5
1935*Judy Devlin Hashman 10 time badminton champ (1957-67), is born.Ref: 5
1938*Christopher Lloyd Stamford Ct, actor (Taxi, Back to the Future), is born.Ref: 5
1938*Derek Jacobi London England, actor (Lanner-Strauss Family), is born.Ref: 5
1939*Tony Roberts NYC, actor (Annie Hall, Edge of Night, Lucie Arnaz Show), is born.Ref: 5
1939*Ray Jones musician: bass: group: Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas, is born.Ref: 4
1942*Annette Funicello, actress and Mouseketeer, was born in Utica NYRef: 5
1942*Cecil (Lee) Upshaw baseball: pitcher: Atlanta Braves, Houston Astros, Cleveland Indians, NY Yankees, Chicago White Sox; is born.Ref: 4
1943*Catherine Deneuve [Dorleac], Paris, actress (Repulsion, Hunger), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Paul Zukofsky Brooklyn NY, violinist (Cappricio), is born.Ref: 5
1943*Bobby Fuller singer, musician: guitar: group: Bobby Fuller Four:Ref: 4
1944*John Wetzel basketball: Phoenix Suns player, coachRef: 4
1945*Leslie West [Weinstein] rocker (Mountain-Mississippi Queen), is born.Ref: 5
1945*Eddie Brigati singer, musician: group: The [Young] Rascals, is born.Ref: 4
1947*Lee Meredith [Judith Lee Sauls], River Edge NJ, actress (Producers), is born.Ref: 5
1948*John Peterson US, Middleweight (Olympic-gold-1976), is born.Ref: 5
1949*Butch Goring hockey: NHL: LA Kings: Masterton Award & Lady Byng Trophy [1978]; NY Islanders: playoff/Stanley Cup MVP [1981], Boston Bruins, is born.Ref: 4
1950*Karl (Guthe) Jansky, American engineer, dies at age 44.Ref: 70
1952*Jeff Goldblum Pitts Pa, actor (The Fly, Thank God it's Friday), is born.Ref: 5
1952*Patti Davis aka Patricia Ann Reagan, first daughter (House of Secrets), is born.Ref: 5
1954*Jamie (James Patrick) Quirk baseball: KC Royals, Milwaukee Brewers, SL Cardinals, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Baltimore Orioles, NY Yankees, Oakland Athletics, is born.Ref: 4
1961*Barbara Potter Ct, tennis player (changed shirt on Wimbledon Court), is born.Ref: 5
1961*Leonard Marshall NFL defensive end (NY Giants), is born.Ref: 5
1963*1988 Olypic gold medalist in men’s figure skating Brian Boitano is born.Ref: 4
1963*Cherie Witter Everett Wash, playmate (February, 1985), is born.Ref: 5
1966*Valeria Golino Naples Italy, actress (Rain Man, Little Flames), is born.Ref: 5
1980*Michael Fishman actor (DJ-Roseanne), is born.Ref: 5
1985*Zachary Walker Hanson Tulsa OK, drummer-Hanson, is born.Ref: 5
741*Charles Martel of Gaul dies at Quiezy. His mayoral power is divided between his two sons, Pepin III and Carloman.Ref: 2
1565*Jean Grolier de Servi‚res French bibliophile, dies.Ref: 5
1897*Justin Winsor, American librarian (Harvard) and historian, dies at age 66.Ref: 70
1906*Paul Cezanne, French Post-Impressionist painter, dies at age 67.Ref: 70
1917*Robert Fitzsimmons, English-born world boxing champion in three weight divisions between 1891 and 1903, dies at age 54.Ref: 70
1927*Future Hall of Famer Ross Youngs dies of Bright's disease. 'Pep' was a .322 hitter during his ten-year Giant career and was one of John McGraw's favorite players.Ref: 1
1929*Phillies' catcher Walt Lerian, age 26, is killed when a truck hits him.Ref: 1
1932*Anna Elizabeth Dickinson abolitionist, women’s rights advocate, orator, author: ‘American Joan of Arc’; dies just a week shy of her 90th birthday.Ref: 4
1933*Millionaire owner of the Browns, Phill Ball dies. Manager Rogers Hornsby takes over the reins of the franchise.Ref: 1
1934*Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd, the notorious bank robber and folk hero, is fatally shot by Federal agent Melvin Purvis near a farm in East Liverpool, Ohio.Ref: 3
1937*George Horace Lorimer, American editor of the Saturday Evening Post, dies at age 70.Ref: 70
1938*May Irwin, American comedian and music-hall performer, dies at age 76.Ref: 70
1949*200 killed in train derailment near Nowy Dwor Poland.Ref: 5
1969*Giovanni Martinelli opera singer: tenor: with Metropolitan Opera for 30 seasons; dies.Ref: 4
1973*Spanish cellist, conductor and composer Pablo Casals dies in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, at age 96.Ref: 68
1975*Arnold (Joseph) Toynbee historian, author: A Study of History, The Western Question in Greece and Turkey, The World and the West, Acquaintances, and Experiences; dies at age 86.Ref: 68
1978*Dorothy Shay (Sims) ‘The Park Avenue Hillbilly’: singer: Feudin’ and Fightin’; actress: Comin’ Round the Mountain; dies.Ref: 4
1979*Jesse Bishop, murderer, dies in Nevada gas chamber.Ref: 5
1984*Napoleon Whiting actor (Silas-Big Valley), dies at 75.Ref: 5
1986*Jane Dornnacker WNBC-AM NYC helicopter traffic reporter dies doing a live traffic report as her copter crashesRef: 5
1986*Ivor Francis actor (Dusty's Trail), dies at 68.Ref: 5
1992*Red (Walter) Barber, voice of the Brooklyn Dodgers, NY Yankees, dies in Tallahassee FL at age 84. (also TWA, 1993)Ref: 4
1992*Cleavon (Jake) Little Tony Award-winning actor: Purlie [1970]; Emmy Award: Dear John [1988-1989]; Blazing Saddles, Vanishing Point, Fletch Lives, Perfect Harmony, Separate But Equal, Murder by Numbers; dies.Ref: 4
1993*Innes Ireland auto racer: champ: American Grand Prix [1961]; dies.Ref: 4
1995*Mary (Isabelle) Wickes (Wickenhauser) actress: Little Women, Sister Act, Postcards from the Edge, How to Murder Your Wife; dies.Ref: 4
1995*Sir Kingsley Amis, writer (The Crime of the Century, Lucky Jim), dies in London, England, at age 73. (also TWA, 1997)Ref: 70
1997*NORWALK, Calif.: Khoa Truc "Robert" Dang, 21, fatally shot his 16-year-old ex-girlfriend on her high school campus. 
1998*Eric Ambler, British mystery writer (The Dark Frontier, Uncommon Danger), dies at age 89.Ref: 70
2001*Washington postal worker Joseph P. Curseen died at a Maryland hospital of inhaled anthrax.Ref: 70
2001*Diana Van der Vlis actress: X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, The Incident, The Girl in Black Stockings, Ryan’s Hope; dies.Ref: 4
2002*Richard Helms, head of the CIA for six years until he was fired by President Nixon for refusing to block an FBI probe into the Watergate scandale, dies at age 89, (XDG, p 8A, 1/01/2003)Ref: 83
2002*(DC Sniper) 6:00AM A Washington DC serial sniper kills his 13th victim, Conrad Johnson, 35, a bus driver from Oxon Hill, MD on his bus less than a mile from the scene of his first shooting, in Silver Spring, MD. (USA Today, p 5A, 10/25/2002)Ref: 13

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