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0399 St Anastasius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope
1095 Pope Urban II preaches 1st Crusade
1237 Battle of Cortenuova: Emperor Frederik II vs Lombardische steden
1382 Battle of Westrozebeke (French army beats Flemings-1,000s die)
1495 Scottish king James IV receives bedrieger Perkin Warbeck
1582 William Shakespeare marries Anne Hathaway
1587 Dutch County Groningen flood by dike break
1798 Rabbi Shneur Zalman, author (Tanya), released from St Peterburg jail
1815 Cracow (Poland) declared a free republic
1817 US soldiers attack Florida Indian village, beginning Seminole War
1826 John Walker invents friction match in England
1839 American Statistical Association organizes in Boston
1843 Opera "Bohemian Girl" is produced (London)
1863 -29] Battle at Fort Esperanza Texas
1863 Battle of Payne's Farm, VA
1864 2nd day of Battles at Waynesboro, Georgia
1868 Battle at Washita-Gen Custer defeats Cheyennes
1870 NY Times dubs baseball "The National Game"
1877 Burkina adopts its constitution
1885 Earliest photograph of a meteor shower made
1889 1st permit issued to drive a car through Central Park (Curtis P Brady)
1889 Hermann Sudermann's "Ehre," premieres in Berlin
1890 1st signal box for SF Police Department goes into operation
1895 Alfred Nobel establishes Nobel Prize
1896 "Also Sprach Zarathustra" (Thus Spake Zarathustra) debuts in Frankfurt
1898 Side-wheeler "Portland" sinks off Cape Cod, 190 die
1901 Gerhart Hauptmanns "Der rote Hahn," premieres in Berlin
1901 Army War College forms in Washington DC
1903 Opera "Die Heugierigen Frauen" is produced (Munich)
1910 NY's Penn Station opens as world's largest railway terminal
1911 Audience throws vegetables at actors for 1st recorded time in US
1912 Albanian National Flag adopted
1912 Spanish protectorate in Morocco forms
1914 1st women elected political agent (Grantham, Linconshire UK)
1919 Peace of Neuilly-sur-Seine: Allies & Bulgaria
1924 57,000 watch a High School football game (LA & Polytechnic tie 7-7)
1925 German Parliament ratifies treaty of Locarno
1926 110,000 watch Army & Navy play a 21-all tie
1926 Béla Bartóks ballet "Miraculous Mandarin," premieres in Keulen
1926 Italian & Albania sign peace treaty
1926 KXL-AM in Portland OR begins radio transmissions
1926 Restoration of Williamsburg, Virginia, begins
1931 1st Test Cricket match at the Gabba Bradman scores 200 on 1st day
1932 Poland & USSR signs non-attack treaty
1937 Pro-labor musical revue "Pins & Needles" opens, produced by ILGWU
1939 Maxwell Anderson's "Key Largo," premieres in NYC
1940 6th Heisman Trophy Award: Tom Harmon, Michigan (HB)
1940 Nazis signs Technical Hague court Delft
1941 British 13th Army corp reaches Tobruk
1941 Joe DiMaggio is named AL MVP
1941 USSR begins a counter offensive causes Germany to retreat
1942 Tito appoints Anti fascist Liberation board in Yugoslavia
1942 French navy at Toulon scuttles ships & subs so Nazis don't take them
1942 Bobby Managoff beats Yvon Robert in Houston, to become wrestling champ
1943 31st CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Flying Wildcats defeat Winn Bombers, 23-14
1943 Conference of Teheran (Churchill-Roosevelt-Stalin)
1944 3,500-40,00 ton explosive, explodes in Staffordshire, 68 killed
1944 US 121st Infantry regiment opens assault on Hrtgen
1945 Dutch resistance fighter Hannie Schaft re-buried in presence of Queen Wilhelmina
1945 Trial against NSB-leader Mussert begins
1945 Hannie Buy buried in presence of Queen Wilhelmina
1945 Gen George C Marshall named special US envoy to China
1946 English soccer team beats Netherlands, 8-2
1947 Joe DiMaggio wins his 3rd MVP, beating Ted Williams by 1 vote
1948 Honda 1st opens in America
1948 36th CFL Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders defeat Ottawa Rough Riders, 12-7
1950 Red Sox sign shortstop Lou Boudreau as a player to 2-year contract
1950 Trial against RC clergy "imperialistic conspiracy" begins in Prague
1951 1st rocket to intercept an airplane, White Sands, NM
1951 Cease-fire & demarcation zone accord signed in Panmunjon Korea
1952 KTBC TV channel 7 in Austin, TX (CBS) begins broadcasting
1953 Indians 3rd baseman Al Rosen is unanimously named AL's MVP
1954 "By the Beautiful Sea" closes at Majestic Theater NYC after 270 perfs
1954 42nd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 26-25
1956 F Goodrich & A Hackett's "Diary of Anne Frank," premieres in Neth
1957 Army withdraws for Little Rock Ark, after Central HS integration
1958 USSR abrogates Allied war-time agreements on control of Germany
1960 Trailing 38-7 late in 3rd quarter, Buffalo Bills tie Broncos at 38-38
1960 Patrice Lumumba flees Leopoldville Congo
1960 Gordie Howe becomes 1st NHLer to score 1,000 points
1960 Dr Felix Houphouet-Boigny becomes president of Ivory Coast
1960 CBS radio cancels "Have Gun Will Travel"
1961 Gordie Howe becomes 1st to play in 1,000 NHL games
1961 KHAW TV channel 11 in Hilo, HI (NBC) begins broadcasting
1962 1st test flight of the Boeing 727 takes place
1962 Sumner Arthur Long's "Never Too Late," premieres in NYC
1962 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1965 53rd CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Tiger-Cats defeat Winn Blue Bombers, 22-16
1965 1st French satellite launched, France becomes 3rd nation in space
1965 15-25,000 demonstrate against war in Vietnam in Wash DC
1966 In highest-scoring NFL game, Wash Redskins defeat NY Giants 72-41
1966 Uruguay adopts constitution
1967 Beatles release "Magical Mystery Tour"
1967 Gold pool nations pledge support of $35 per ounce gold price
1970 Carl Morton (18-11 for last-place Expos), receives NL Rookie of Year
1970 George Harrison releases 3 album set "All Things Must Pass"
1970 Pope Paul VI wounded in chest during a visit to Philippines by a dagger-wielding Bolivian painter disguised as a priest
1970 Test Cricket debut of Rodney "Iron Gloves" Marsh v England, Brisbane
1971 Soviet Mars 2 becomes 1st spacecraft to crash land on Mars
1972 Pierre Trudeau forms Canadian government
1972 Yanks trade Ellis, Torres & Spikes to Indians for Nettles & Moses
1973 Gary Matthews wins NL Rookie of Year
1973 Neil Simon's "Good Doctor," premieres in NYC
1973 Senate votes 92-3 to confirm Gerald R Ford as VP
1974 Cardinals outfielder Bake McBride wins NL Rookie of Year
1975 Red Sox's Fred Lynn is 1st rookie to win MVP (AL)
1976 Miss Teenage America Pageant
1976 Amy Alcott wins LPGA Colgate-Far East Golf Championship
1977 "Comedy with Music (Victor Borge)" closes at Imperial NY after 66 perf
1977 65th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 41-6
1978 Colombian Avianca Airlines Boeing 747 crashes in Madrid killing 183
1979 1st day-night one-day cricket international, Australia v WI at SCG
1980 Soyuz T-3 carries 3 cosmonauts to Salyut 6 space station, launched
1982 5th time Rangers shut-out Islanders 3-0
1982 Kepler Wessels scores century in 1st Test Cricket (162 v England)
1983 Desmond Haynes out handled the ball v India
1983 Colombian jetliner Boeing 747 crashes in Madrid killing 185
1983 71st CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats BC Lions, 18-17
1985 Cards Vince Coleman wins NL Rookie of Year
1985 Republic of Ireland gains consultative role in Northern Ireland
1987 "Les Miserables," opens at Theatre Royal, Sydney
1987 Young man survives 7 attempts at suicide in Somerset England
1988 76th CFL Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeats BC Lions, 22-21
1989 US 63rd manned space mission STS 33 (Discovery 9) returns from space
1989 Luis Alberto Lacelle elected president of Uruguay
1989 George Harrison releases "Cheer Down" & "Poor Little Girl"
1989 France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1989 Colombian jetliner bombed killing 107
1990 Britain's conservatives chose John Major to succeed Margaret Thatcher
1991 "Peter Pan" opens at Minskoff Theater NYC for 48 performances
1991 Poetess Maria Elene Cruz Varela sentenced to 2 years (Cuba)
1991 Undertaker beats Hulk Hogan to become new WWF champ
1992 Part of Vienna Hofburg destroyed by fire
1992 Howard Stern Interview premieres on E! Network
1993 Boon completes his 18th Test Cricket century (106 v NZ, Hobart)
1993 India defeat West Indies in Bengal Jubilee Cricket Final, Kumble 6-12
1993 Lisa Hanna, 18, of Jamaica, crowned 43rd Miss World
1994 82nd CFL Grey Cup: British Columbia Lions defeat Balt Stallions, 26-23
1994 Fire in disco in Fuxin, North-China, 233 killed
1994 Julio María Sanguinetti elected president of Uruguay
1997 Lions' Barry Sanders becomes NFL's 2nd all-time rusher

Birthdays for tomorrow in history Events  Deaths
1544Ascanio Trombeti, composer
1563Robbert Robbertsz, (le Canu), nautical expert
1569Ottavio Vernizzi, composer
1588Valerius Andreas, [Walter Driessens], Flemish historian
1595Alessandro Algardi, Italian sculptor/architect
1627Louise Henriëtte, [Mlle d'Orange], daughter of Frederik Henry
1635Françoise d'Aubigné, wife of King Louis XIV
1648Peter Codde, RC apostole vicar (1688-1704)
1668Henri F d'Aguesseau, chancellor of France (1717..50)
1691Josef Antonin Planicky, composer
1701Anders Celsius, Sweden, scientist/inventor (centigrade temp scale)
1731Gaetano Pugnani, composer
1732Johann Joseph Emmert, composer
1741Jean-Pierre Duport, composer
1745Boniface Stoecki, composer
1746Robert Livingston, delivered oath of office to George Washington
1750Anton Thadaus Johann Nepomuk Stamitz, composer
1756Paul van Hemert, Dutch theologist/philosopher (Kant)
1759Franz Vinzenz Krommer, composer
1775Joachim G le Sage ten Broek, Dutch notary/catholic foreman/publicist
1778John Murray, publisher
1787Jacob earl van Rechteren van Appeltern, governor of Gelderland
1787Christian Rummel, composer
1801Alexander Egorovich Varlamov, composer
1804Julius Benedict, Stuttgart Germany, opera composer (Protoghesi)
1808Hugh Weedon Mercer, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1877
1809Frances Anne "Fanny" Kemble, England, Shakespearian actress (Juliet)
1813Michele Puccini, composer
1830Harrison Millard, composer
1840Aleksei N Apuchtin, Russian poet/friend of Tsjaikovski [OS=11/15]
1854Aloys L earl von Aehrenthal, Austrian minister of Foreign affairs
1865José Asunción Silva, Colombia, poet (Nocturno III)
1867Margaret Ruthven Lang, composer
1870Juho Kusti Paasikivi, president Finland
1874Chaim Weizmann, Israeli statesman (1st President)
1874Charles A Beard, American historian (American Continentalism)
1875Wladyslaw Orkan, [Szmaciarz-Smreczynsky], Pol author (Nowele Zebrane)
1878Mabel Wheeler Daniels, composer
1879Adam Tadeusz Wieniawski, composer
1885Rudolph Reti, composer
1886Tsugouharu T Foujita, Japans/French painter
1892Pedro Salinas, writer
1893Stanislaw Wiechowicz, composer
1894Forrest Shaklee, founder (Shaklee Products)
1896Giovanni B Angioletti, Italian author (Il giorno del giudizio)
1898Nelly Steuer-Wagenaar, Dutch pianist
1900Leon Barzin, Brussels Belgium, conductor (NY City Ballet 1948-58)
1900Robert Blum, composer
1901Ted Husing, NYC, sportscaster (Monday Night Fights)
1902Giuseppe Savagnone, composer
1903Johnny Blood, aka John McNally, early NFL halfback (Green Bay)
1903Mona Washbourne, England, actress (Stevie, Billie Liar, Driver's Seat)
1905Daniel Sternefeld, Belgian conductor/composer (Mater Dolorosa)
1907L[yon] Sprague de Camp, US, sci-fi author (Goblin Tower, Hand of Zei)
1909Astrid Allwyn, Manchester CT, actress (Charlie Chan's Secret)
1909Donald John Urquhart, librarian
1909James Agee, American author (African Queen, Death in Family)
1910Rudolf Holzmann, composer
1911Georges Dargaud, French publisher (Asterix/Kuifje)
1912David Merrick, [Margulois], Hong Kong, Broadway producer (Hello Dolly)
1912Howard de Walden, English landowner/multi-millionaire
1913Frances Swem Anderson, technologist (nuclear medicine)
1913Robert Dougall, English TV host
1914Evangeline Bruce, hostess
1915Caro van Eyck, [Gerarda JE Taytelbaum], Dutch actress (Medea)
1915Victor Alessandro, composer
1917"Buffalo" Bob Smith, Buffalo NY, TV host (Howdy Doody)
1917Tiny Rowland, [Roland Fuhrop], German/British owner (Observer)
1918Zeev Wolfgang Steinberg, composer
1919Siegfried Naumann, composer
1920Max Tripels, attorney/Dutch MP
1920John Richard Ravensdale, historian
1920Elaine Greene, literary Agent
1920David Waller, actor (Shadowlands, Work is a 4 Letter Word)
1920Abe Lenstra, Dutch soccer star
1921Alexander Dubcek, headed Czech Communist Party (1968-69)
1921Ole Sarvig, Danish writer/critic (Limbo, Glem Ikke)
1923Robert A Young, (Rep-D-MO, 1977-86)
1924Theresa R van der Pant, sculptor
1925Ernie Wise, England, comedian (Morecambe & Wise)
1925Marshall Thompson, Peoria Ill, actor (Bog, To Hell & Back, Daktari)
1925Michael Tolan, Detroit Mich, actor (Nurses, Senator)
1927William Simon, US sect of Treasury
1928Walter Klien, pianist
1928Edward Greenall, businessman/sportsman
1929Billy Nair, S Afr union/SACP leader (20 yrs in Robbeneiland Prison)
1930James M Taylor, Stamps ARK, USAF/astronaut
1930Vladimir Emel Yanovich Lev Alekseevich Samsonov Maksimov, educator
1931Juan Guinjoan, composer
1932Benigno Aquino Jr, Philippine opposition leader; assassinated
1933Floyd Cramer, rocker
1934Lawrence Martin Jenco, priest
1935Verity A Lambert, film producer (Clockwise, Link, Sweeney)
1935Prakash Bhandari, cricketer (3 Tests for India in mid-50's, 77 runs)
1935Helmut Friedrich Lachenmann, composer
1935Al Jackson Jr, Memphis Tn, drummer (Booker T & MGs-Chinese Checkers)
1937Gail Sheehy, author (Hustling)
1938Jose Tartabull, baseball player
1940John Alderton, Gainsborough England, actor (Zardoz)
1940Bruce Lee, [Lee Yuen Kam], SF Calif, karate star/actor (Green Hornet)
1942Henry Carr, Det Mich, 200m/4x400m runner (Olympic-gold-1964)
1942Jimi Hendrix, Seattle Wash, rock guitarist (Purple Haze)
1944Mickey Leland, (Rep-D-TX, 1979- )
1944Martin Corbett, gay activist
1944Eddie Rabbitt, Brooklyn, country singer (I Love a Rainy Night)
1944Dozy, rocker
1945Barbara Anderson, Bkln, actress (Eve-Ironside, Mission Impossible)
1945Randy Brecker, Phila, rocker (Blood Sweat & Tears)
1948Dave Winthrop, rock saxophonist (Supertramp)
1951Kevin Kavanaugh, rocker (Asbury Jukes) [or 8/27]
1951Jayne Kennedy, Wash DC, sportscaster (CBS)/actress (Body & Soul)
1952James D Wetherbee, Flushing NY, Lt Cmdr USN/astr (STS 32, 52, 63, 86)
1954Curtis Armstrong, actor, (Moonlighting, Revenge of the Nerds)
1954Patricia McPherson, Oak Harbor Wash, actress (Bonnie-Knight Rider)
1955Bill Nye, the Science Guy, TV Host
1957Caroline Kennedy-Schlossberg, attorney, JFK & Jackie's daughter
1957Frank Boe˜en, Dutch singer (Frank Boe˜en Group)/Black & White)
1957Terri R Adams, educator (teacher in space)
1958Julia Celotto, LA CA, WPVA volleyballer (Santa Cruz/Pismo-9th-1994)
1958Mike Scioscia, baseball player (LA Dodgers)
1959Charlie Burchill, Scottish pop guitarist (Simple Minds-Breakfast Club)
1960Ashley Ingram, English singer (Fizzz-Just an Illusion)
1960Ken O'Brien, QB (NY Jets)
1960Martin van Yellow, soccer player (Willem II)
1961Randy Milligan, baseball player
1961Princess, rocker (Desirez Heslop, All For Love)
1961Lee Johnson, NFL punter/kicker (Cin Bengals)
1962Arlene Baxter, Oceanside CA, playmate (Dec, 1993)
1962Calvin Hayes, rocker (Johnny Hates Jazz-Turn Back the Clock)
1962Charlie Benante, Bronx NY, rock drummer (Anthrax-Armed & Dangerous)
1962Mike "Puffy" Bordin, SF, rock drummer (Faith No More)
1963Fisher Stevens, Chicago, actor (My Science Project, Short Circuit)
1964Robin Simone Givens, [Mrs Mike Tyson] NYC, (Darlene-Head of the Class)
1964Rebecca Michelle Ferratti, Helena MT, playmate (Jun, 1986)
1964Florence Gopi, Suriname radio-broadcaster (KBC-Metro B˜lmer)
1964David Giles, Australian star yachter (Olympics-84, 88, 92, 96)
1965Raffaella Ragge, Italy, tennis star
1965Kathleen Heddle, Trail BC, rower (Olympics-gold-92/96)
1965Fiachna O'Braonain, Irish pop guitarist (Hothouse Flowers-Don't Go)
1965Danielle Ammaccapane, Babylon NY, LPGA golfer (1991 Register PING)
1966Carwell Gardner, NFL fullback (Buffalo Bills, SD Chargers)
1966Chryssandra Hines, Bristol Conn, team handball wing (Olympics-1996)
1966Dean Garrett, NBA center (Denver Nuggets)
1967Laura Golarsa, Milan Italy, tennis star (Oklahoma City doubles)
1967Garry Valk, Edmonton, NHL left wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
1967Brett MacNeil, CFL guard (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1970Todd Kelly, NFL defensive end (Cin Bengals)
1970Patrick Bates, NFL safety (Atlanta Falcons)
1970Chris Underwood, LA Calif, volleyball opposite hitter (Olympics-96)
1970Calvin Jones, NFL running back (Oakland Raiders)
1971Eric Menendez, NY, accused of killing his parents (Menendez Brothers)
1971Larry Allen, NFL guard/tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
1971Linette Mertz, Kutztown Penns, Miss America-Penns (1996)
1971Nick Van Exel, NBA guard (LA Lakers)
1971Rhonda Adams, Columbus GA, playmate (Jun, 1995)
1972Yureck Person, soccer player (NAC)
1972Jason Burns, NFL running back (Cin Bengals)
1972Ivan Imbernon, WLAF defensive end (Barcelona Dragons)
1972Chris Hetherington, running back (Indianapolis Colts)
1973Jon Runyan, tackle (Tennessee Oilers)
1973Nick Ferguson, CFL defensive back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1973Reginald Lee, WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1974Lee Vaughn, cornerback (Dallas Cowboys)
1976Chad Kilger, Cornwall, NHL center (Winnipeg Jets)
1976Jaleel White, LA Calif, actor (Steve Urkel-Family Matters)
1976Saqlain Mushtaq, cricketer (Pakistan Test off-spinner 1995)
1976Tyrone Sutton
1978Joshua Harris, actor (Locked Up: A Mother's Rage)

Deaths for tomorrow in history Events  Birthdays
0450Galla Placidia, daughter of Byzant emperor Constantius III, dies at 58
0511Clovis, 1st King of France, dies at about 45
0640Acharius, bishop of Noyon/saint, dies
1026Adalbert II, bishop of Utrecht (1010-26), dies
1382Philip Van Artevelde, Flemish commander-in-chief, dies in battle at 42
1474Guillaume Dufay, French/Flemish composer, dies at about 74
1632John Eliot, English parliament leader/author (In Jail), dies at 40
1673Anthonie Palamedesz, painter, dies at about 72
1680Athanasius Kircher, German Jesuit/inventor (lantern), dies
1687Renatus Rapinus, [René Rapin], French poet (Jansénisme), dies
1749Balthasar Schmid, composer, dies at 44
1749Gottfried Heinrich Stolzel, composer, dies at 59
1836Carle [Antoine CH] Vernet, French painter/lithographer, dies
1862Alexander Early Stone, Confederate (brig-general?), dies in battle
1868Black Kettle, [Motavato], Cheyenne chief, dies
1884Franziska "Fanny" Elssler, Austrian ballerina/choreography, dies at 74
1890Emmanuele Muzio, composer, dies at 69
1895A Dumas D J, writer, dies at 71
1899Felipe Gutierrez y Espinoza, composer, dies at 74
1915Sigismund Vladislavovich Zaremba, composer, dies at 54
1916James Cutler Dunn Parker, composer, dies at 88
1925Roger de la Fresnaye, French sculptor/painter, dies
1930J T Tyldesley, cricket (1661 runs in 31 Tests for Eng 1898-1909), dies
1934"Baby Face" Nelson, [Lester Gillis], gangster, shot by FBI at 26
1934Herman Hollis, FBI agent, killed by Baby Face Nelson
1934Sam Cowley, FBI agent, killed by Baby Face Nelson
1942A B C Langton, cricketer (WWII 15 Tests for S Africa 1935-39), dies
1953Eugene O'Neill, playwright (Nobel 1936), dies in Boston at 65
1955Arthur Oscar Honegger, Swiss composer (Cantate Noël), dies at 63
1955Luis de Freitas Branco, composer, dies at 65
1955William Nigh, director (Ape, Doomed to Die, Mr Wong), dies at 74
1957Margot SE Scharten-Antink, author (Catherina/Sprotje), dies at 88
1958Artur Rodzinski, Polish conductor/composer, dies at 66
1959Gerard Philipe, actor/dir (La Ronde, Gambler), dies of cancer at 36
1960Frederick Fane, cricketer (682 runs in 14 Tests for Eng 1905-10), dies
1960Dirk J de Geer, Dutch premier (1926-29, 39-40), dies at 89
1965Carl Parrish, composer, dies at 61
1965Harry Harvey Sr, actor (It's a Man's World), dies at 64
1967Cameron Prud'Homme, actor (Rainmaker), dies after long illness at 75
1967Ettore Panizza, composer, dies at 92
1968Gino Roncaglia, composer, dies at 85
1968Hans Redlich, composer, dies at 65
1971Korneel Goossens, Flemish literary/art historian, dies at 70
1971Jakabs Medins, composer, dies at 86
1972Mahalia Jackson, vocalist (Got Whole World in His Hands), dies at 61
1974Louis B Russell Jr, longest living heart transplant, dies at 49
1975Ross McWhirter, Guinness Book of Records keeper, murdered
1977John L McClellan, (Sen-D-Ark), dies at 81
1978George Moscone, (SF Mayor), shot by Dan White
1978Harvey Milk, (SF City Supervisor), shot by Dan White
1978Susan Damante Shaw, actress (Wilderness Family), dies at 58
1981Max [Machgielis] Euwe, chess champ (1935-37), dies
1981Lotte Lenya, singer/actress (From Russia With Love), dies in NY at 83
1982Philipp Kutev, composer, dies at 79
1983Manuel Scorza, Peruvian writer, dies at about 55
1984Percy Norris, deputy high commissioner of India, shot dead
1986Steve Tracy, actor (Percival-Little House on Praire), dies at 61
1988[John] Hein Donner, chess grand master, dies at 61
1988Karel Horky, composer, dies at 79
1988John Carradine, actor (Ten Commandments), dies of kidney failure at 82
1988Angela Aames, actress (Lost Empire, Basic Training), dies
1990David White, actor (Larry Tate-Bewitched), dies at 74
1994Arthur Frank "Peter" Shore, egyptologist, dies at 70
1995Simon Bailey, priest, dies at 40
1995Peter Harrison Swan, bomber pilot/stockbroker, dies at 75
1995Giancarlo Baghetti, racing driver/journalist, dies at 60
1996George Ernest Leslie, trade union official, dies at 76
1997Buck Leonard, Hall of Famer in Negro League, dies at 90
1997Henry Charnock, oceanographer, dies at 76

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