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Births   Deaths   Events
536   Byzantines Libya occupies Rome on Ostrogoten
656   Battle of Kameel: Kalief Al ibn Abu Talib beats rebellion
1212   Frederik II crowns himself Roman Catholic king
1315   Swiss Woudsteden renews Eternal Covenant (Oath Society)
1425   Pope Martinus V forms University of Leuven
1570   Geuzen under Herman de Ruyter occupies Loevestein
1625   Netherlands & England sign military treaty
1640   Settler Hugh Bewitt banished from Mass colony when he declares himself to be free of original sin
1658   Dutch troops occupy harbor city Quilon (Coilan) India
1688   King James II's wife & son flee England for France
1724   Colley Cibber's "Caesar in Aegypt," premieres in London
1738   Jews are expelled from Breslau Silesia
1747   England & Netherlands sign military treaty
1762   British parliament accept Treaty of Paris
1783   1st execution at English Newgate-jail
1793   Noah Webster establishes NY's 1st daily newspaper, American Minerva
1805   Comet 3D/1805 V1 (Biela) approaches within 0.0366 AUs of Earth
1824   Battle of Ayacucho (Candorcangui), Peru defeats Spain
1842   St M Glinka's opera "Russlan Ludmilla," premieres in Petersburg
1851   1st Young Men's Christian Association in North America (Montr‚al)
1854   Lord Tennyson's poem, "Charge of the Light Brigade," published
1861   Battle of Bird Creek, Indian Terr (High Shoal, Chusto-Talasah)
1868   1st British govt of Gladstone forms
1869   Noble Order of Knights of Labor founded, Philadelphia
1878   Joseph Pulitzer buys St Louis Dispatch for $2,500
1883   New Brunswick adopts Eastern Standard Time (until 1902)
1884   Levant Richardson patents ball-bearing skate
1889   President Harrison visits opening of Chicago Auditorium
1894   Roman Catholics win Parliamentary election in Belgium
1900   Dutch Pres Paul Kruger & Queen Wilhelmina have a triumphant procession
1902   AL announces purchase of grounds for a stadium in NY
1903   Norwegian parliament vote unanimiously for female suffrage
1905   French Assembly National votes for separation of church & state
1905   Richard Strauss' opera "Salome," premiers in Dresden
1906   NY American reports Belgian King Leopold II bribed US Senate commission on the Congo
1907   1st Christmas Seals sold (Wilmington Del post office)
1907   Gustav Mahler departs Vienna
1909   1st US monoplane flown (Henry W Walden, Long Island, NY)
1910   French troops occupy Morrocan harbor city Agadir
1913   Heavyweight Jack Johnson-Jim Johnson fight to no decision in Paris
1913   John K Tener becomes president of baseball's National League
1917   British forces under General Allenby capture Jerusalem
1918   French troops occupies Mainz
1922   Gabriel Narutowicz elected Polish president
1924   Dutch & Hungary trade treaty signed
1924   Michael Hainisch re-elected Austrian president
1925   AL extends Ban Johnson's contract to 1935 & raise to $40,000
1925   Pro football a hit in NYC; Grange & Bears beat Giants before 73,000
1926   USGA leagalizes steel shaft golf clubs
1931   Baseball cuts squad from 25 to 23 players & NL continues to prohibit uniform numbers
1931   Benn W Levy's "Springtime for Henry," premieres in NYC
1931   Japanese army attacks Chinese province of Jehol
1931   Spain becomes a republic
1933   21st CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Sarnia Imperials, 4-3
1933   Romania disallows fascist Iron Guard
1934   NY Giants defeat Chicago Bears 30-13 for NFL championship
1936   AL OKs night baseball for St Louis
1936   Australia all out 58 v Eng Bradman out for a duck
1939   27th Grey Cup: Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeats Ottawa Rough Riders, 8-7
1939   Russian air raid on Helsinki
1940   British assault on Banghazi Libya
1940   British troops 1st major offensive in No Africa (Libya) during WW II
1940   Illeagal Jewish immigrants to Haifa are deported to Mauritius
1940   South Australia all out for 47 v NSW, O'Reilly 5-11
1941   1st US WW II bombing mission in Far East, Luzon, Philippines
1941   300 Montgomery, SF opens as new Bank of America HQ
1941   7th Heisman Trophy Award: Bruce Smith, Minnesota (HB)
1941   China declares war on Japan, Germany & Italy
1941   Citizen Register reports "Hostile planes reported nearing Westchester"
1941   Hitler orders US ships torpedoed
1948   UN General Assembly unanimously approves Convention on Genocide
1949   Dutch 2nd Chamber accept Indonesian sovereignty
1949   NFL merges Cleve Browns, SF '49ers & Balt Colts from AAFC
1951   Voters approve merger of 3 states to form Baden-Wrttemberg, W Germ
1953   General Electric announces all Communist employees will be fired
1953   Mont Canadiens (106) & Toronto Maple Leafs (98) get 204 penalty mins
1954   Dmitri Sjostakovitsj appointed honored guest of Swed Royal Music Acad
1957   1st Japanese ambassador to Israel
1958   Robert H W Welch Jr & 11 other men meet in Indianapolis to form anti-Communist John Birch Society
1960   1st broadcast of "Coronation Street" on British ITV
1961   "From the Second City" closes at Royale Theater NYC after 87 perfs
1961   "Let It Ride" closes at Eugene O'Neill Theater NYC after 68 perfs
1961   SS Col Adolf Eichmann found guilty of war crimes in Israel
1961   Tanganyika gains independence from Britain takes name Tanzania
1961   Wilt Chamberlain of NBA Phila Warriors scores 67 points vs NY
1962   "I Can Get It For You Wholesale" closes on Broadway
1962   Tanganyika becomes a republic within British Commonwealth
1963   Frank Sinatra Jr is kidnapped
1963   Zanzibar gains independence from Britain
1965   "A Charlie Brown Christmas," premieres
1965   Frank Robinson is traded from Cincinnati to the Orioles
1965   Nikolai Podgorny replaces Anastas Mikoyan as president of Presidium
1967   Jim Morrison, arrested on stage for disturbing the peace
1967   Lyndon Johnson's daughter Lynda marries in White House
1967   Nicolea Ceausescu becomes president (dictator) of Romania
1968   KRNE TV channel 12 in Merriman, NB (PBS) begins broadcasting
1970   Dutch Antilles: govt of Petronia falls
1971   Lewis F Powell Jr appointed to Supreme Court
1973   "Pajama Game" opens at Lunt Fontanne Theater NYC for 65 performances
1973   Bruno Sammartino beats Stan Stasiak in NY, to become WWF champ
1973   St Louis Cardinal Jim Bakken kicks 6 field goals vs Atlanta Falcons
1973   Sunningdale Agreement in Northern Ireland
1974   Dow Jones index hits 570.01
1974   Jack Brisco beats Giant Baba in Tokyo, to become NWA wrestling champ
1974   Johnson Grigsby freed after 66 years in jail
1975   Jelena Bonner receives Andrei Sacharov's Nobel Prize
1975   Pres Gerald Ford signs $2.3 B loan-authorization for NYC
1978   1st game of Women's Pro Basketball League (WBL), Chicago Hustle vs Milwaukee Does
1978   Pioneer Venus 2 drops 5 probes into atmosphere of Venus
1979   Murle Breer/Dave Eichelberger wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1980   61øF in Boston at 1 AM
1981   Porn star John Holmes charged with Laurel Canyon murders
1982   Mary-Beth & William Hurt divorce
1983   Att Gen Edwin Meese says people go to soup kitchens "...because food is free & that's easier than paying for it"
1983   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1984   59th Australian Womens Tennis: Chris Evert beats H Sukova (67 61 63)
1984   6 day hijack of Kuwaiti jet ends
1984   Great Britain performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1984   Iranian commandos end capture of Kuwaiti plane
1984   LA Ram Eric Dickerson rushes 215 yards for season record 2,003 yards
1984   Vicki Alvarez/Mike McDonald wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1985   74th Australian Mens Tennis: S Edberg beats Mats Wilander (64 63 63)
1985   Jerry Rice begins NFL streak of 100+ consecutive game receptions
1985   Phoenix Arizona, gets 3" of snow
1987   Larry Bird, ends streak of 59 consecutive free throws
1987   Palestine uprising begin in Israeli-occupied West Bank
1988   NY Yankees sign 12-year television contract with MSG for $500M
1989   "Les Miserables" opens at Princess Theatre, Melbourne
1990   Betsy King wins Itoman LPGA World Match Play Golf Championship
1990   Gunda Niemann skates ladies world record 3k ladies (4:10.80)
1990   Houston scores most points against Cleveland, Oilers 58, Browns 14
1990   Lech Walesa wins presidental election in Poland
1990   NFL NY Giant Otis Anderson becomes 8th to rush for 10,000th yard
1991   2nd Billboard Music Awards
1992   3rd Billboard Music Awards
1992   Cin Red owner Marge Schott apologizes for racist remarks
1992   NJ Devils organization announces that it will change its colors to black, red, & white for the 1992-93 season
1992   Operation Restore Hope - US Marines land in Somalia
1992   Sri Lanka's third-ever Test Cricket victory (v NZ by 9 wkts)
1993   "My Fair Lady" opens at Virginia Theater NYC for 165 performances
1993   Ivory Coast Premier Ouattara resigns
1994   5m meteor 1994 XM1 passes within 100,000 km of Earth
1994   Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders resigns after masturbation comments
1995   61st Heisman Trophy Award: Eddie George, Ohio State (RB)

1392   Peter, Prince/Regent of Portugal/writer (Virtuosa benfeitoria)
1561   Edwin Sandys, a founder of Virginia colony
1569   Martinus de Porres, Peru, saint (patron of social justice)
1571   Adrian A Metius, Dutch mathematician/fort architect
1581   Emilia Secunda Antwerpiana, daughter of Willem of Orange
1594   Gustavus II Adolphus, king who made Sweden a major power (1611-32)
1608   John Milton, London, poet/puritan (Paradise Lost)
1715   Georg Gottfried Petri, composer
1717   Johann J Winckelmann, German archaeologist (History of Ancient Art)
1728   Pietro Alessandro Guglieli, composer
1742   Carl W Scheele, Swedish pharmacist/chemist (lemon acid)
1754   Etienne Ozi, composer
1791   Peter Joseph von Lindpaintner, composer
1796   Prudent-Louis Aubery du Boulley, composer
1837   Charles mile Waldteufel, Strasbourg France, waltz composer (Skaters)
1842   Pjotr A Kopotkin, Russian ruler/anarchist
1843   P Paul Leroy-Beaulieu, French economist (Economiste Fran‡ais)
1848   Joel Chandler Harris, US journalist (created Uncle Remus stories)
1853   Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourn, Rochester NY, pitcher (60-12 in 1884)
1854   Pekka Hannikainen, composer
1859   Algernon Ashton, composer
1862   Karel Kovarovic, composer
1864   Sidney Homer, composer
1868   Fritz Haber, German phycist-chemist (Nobel 1919)
1873   Antoine Pompe, Belgian architect
1878   G‚za R‚v‚sz, Hungarian/Dutch psychologist (Talent & Genius)
1882   Joaqu¡n Turina, Seville Spain, composer (Rima)
1883   Alexander Papagos, Greek fieldmarshal/supreme commander
1884   Antonin Zapotocky, Czechoslovak president (Ceskoslovensky Spisouatel)
1886   Clarence Birdseye, frozen vegatable king (Birdseye)
1889   John P "Hannes" Kolehmainen, Fin long-distance runner (Oly-gold 1912)
1894   Eddie Dowling, Woonsocket RI, actor (Anywhere USA)
1897   Hermione Gingold, London England, actress (Gigi, Music Man)
1898   Emmett Kelly, Sedan KS, circus clown (Weary Willie)
1899   Frans van Amelsvoort, Dutch choir conductor
1899   Howard Freeman, Helena MT, actor (Double Dynamite)
1899   Jean de Brunhoff, France, children's book author (Babar the Elephant)
1899   Leonie Fuller Adams, US poetess (Those not elected)
1901   Od”n [Edmund] von Horvath, Hungarian/Austrian playwright
1902   Margaret Hamilton, Cleveland OH, actress (Wicked Witch-Wizard of Oz)
1902   Richard A Butler, England, Dutch min of Finance/Foreign affairs
1904   Roger Wolcott Sperry, physicist
1905   Dalton Trumbo, US, writer/film director (Johnny Got His Gun)
1906   Freddy Martin, Cleve Oh, orch leader (started Merv Griffin)
1906   Grace Murray Hopper, computer innovator
1906   Greet Koeman, Dutch singer
1907   Noel Walton Bott, engineer
1909   Douglas Fairbanks Jr, NYC, actor (Ghost Story)
1910   Dick Elffers, Dutch graphic artist/painter (Holland Festival)
1910   Stephen Jurika Jr, US pilot/capt (WW II, Santa Cruz, Navy Cross)
1911   Broderick Crawford, Phila, actor (All the King's Men, Highway Patrol)
1911   [William] Broderick Crawford, Phila, actor (Hunter, Liar's Moon)
1912   Fred Engelen, Flemish actor/director [or Dec 12]
1912   Thomas P "Tip" O'Neill, (Rep-D-Mass 1977-86)/Speaker of the House
1915   Colin McCool, cricketer (Australian leg-spin all rounder late 40s)
1915   Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Jarotschin Germ, soprano (Der Rosenkavalier)
1915   Herbert Huncke, writer
1916   Wolfgang Hildesheimer, German/Swiss architect/writer (Mozart biog)
1918   Kirk Douglas, [Issur Demsky], actor (Gunfight at OK Corral)
1922   Redd Foxx, St Louis Mo, comedian (Sandford & Son, Redd Foxx Show)
1925   Dina Merrill, NYC, actress (Operation Petticoat, Butterfield 8)
1926   Luis Miguel Domingu¡n, Spain, matador
1927   Pierre Henry, composer
1928   Dick Van Patten, Queens NY, actor (Tom Bradford-8 is Enough)
1929   Bob Hawke, cricketer (no relation to Lord 12th man for Oxford U 1954)
1929   John Cassavetes, NYC, actor (Dirty Dozen, Rosemary's Baby)
1929   Michel Fano, composer
1929   Robert J L Hawke, (Lab), PM Australia (1983-91)
1930   Buck Henry, NYC, screenwriter/comedian (SNL, Get Smart)
1932   Jessie "Ooh Poo Pah Doo" Hill, jazz musician
1933   Milt Campbell, Plainfield NJ, hurdler/decathlete (Olympics-gold-56)
1933   Orville Moody, Chickasha OK, PGA golfer (1969 US Open)
1934   Al Kaline, Baltimore Md, baseball outfielder (Detroit Tigers)
1934   Alan Ridout, composer
1934   Judi Dench, York England, actress (Henry V, Wetherby)
1934   Milton Gray Campbell, Plainfield NJ, decathelete (Olympic-gold-1956)
1934   [Amos] Junior Wells, Memphis Tn, blues singer (In My Younger Days)
1935   Dominico Tromp, Aruba, stage leader
1938   David Houston, rocker
1938   Elizabeth H "Rina" Venter, South African minister of Health care
1938   William Thomas McKinley, composer
1938   [David] Deacon Jones, NFL defensive end (LA, SD, Washington)
1940   Sammy Strain, US singer (Imperials-Hurt So Bad)
1941   Beau Bridges, LA Calif, actor (Hotel New Hampshire, 5th Musketeer)
1941   Dan Hicks, rocker
1942   Dick Butkus, Chicago, NFL hall of fame linebacker (Bears)/sportscaster
1942   Joe McGinniss, Rye NY, author (Selling of President 1968)
1943   Kenny Vance, rocker
1943   Rick Danko, Canada, rocker (The Band-Islands, Stage Fright)
1944   George Baker, [Hans Bouwens], Dutch vocalist (G B Selection)
1945   Michael Nouri, Wash DC, actor (Beacon Hill, Bay City Blues)
1948   Dennis Dunaway, rocker
1948   Marleen Gorris, Dutch director (Mres Dalloway, Antonia, Last Island)
1948   Ron Vawter, Latham NY, actor (Philadelphia, Empire City, Twister)
1949   Thomas O Kite Jr, Austin TX, PGA golfer (1978 BC Open, Crosby 1983)
1950   Joan Armatrading, St Kitts, singer (Back to the Night)
1952   Michael Dorn, actor (Worf-Star Trek Next Generation)
1953   John Malkovich, Christopher Ill, actor/director (Killing Fields)
1953   World B Free, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors)
1954   Herman Finkers, Dutch cabaret performer
1956   Sylvia, Kokomo Indiana, country singer (Nobody)
1957   Donny Osmond, Ogden Utah, singer (Osmond Brothers, Donnie & Marie)
1958   Nancy J Currie, Wilmington DE, Mjr Army/astronaut (STS 57, 70, sk: 88)
1960   Juan Samuel, San Pedro de Macoris, infielder (NY Yankees, Blue Jays)
1961   Christiane Jolissaint, Switzerland, tennis star
1961   Ian Andrew Wright, Hamilton NZ, rower (Olympics-96)
1961   Joe Lando, LA Calif, actor (Byron Sully-Dr Quinn)
1963   Barry Wilburn, NFL full safety (Phila Eagles)
1963   B rbara Palacios, Carcas Venz, Miss Universe (1986)
1964   Petr Briza, Prague CZE, hockey goalie (Team Czech Rep)
1965   Brad Savage, Livdnia Mich, actor (Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice)
1965   Caryn Kadavy, Erie Pa, figure skater
1965   Karla Nelson, Pine City Minn, Ms America (1993)
1966   Dana Murzyn, Calgary, NHL defenseman (Vancouver Canucks)
1967   Cathy Mockett, Newport Beach CA, LPGA golfer (1995 Youngstown-7th)
1967   Ray Agnew, NFL nose tackle (Carolina Panthers, NY Giants)
1968   Bill Johnson, NFL defensive linebacker (Pitts Steelers)
1968   Brent Price, NBA guard (Houston Rockets, Washington Bullets)
1968   Kurt Angle, Pittsburgh Pa, 220 lbs freestyle wrestler (Oly-gold-96)
1968   Michael Foster, Richmond Va, drummer (Firehouse-Love of a Lifetime)
1969   Allison Smith, Bronx NY, actress (Jennie-Cagney & Lacey, Kate & Allie)
1969   Greg[ory] Klingsporn, Morristown NJ, rower (Olympics-1996)
1969   Ramon Garcia, Guanare Venezuela, pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers)
1970   Donald Douglas, WLAF safety (Rhein Fire)
1970   Marlin Cannon, Dallas Texas, 200m/400m runner
1971   Chris Boniol, NFL kicker (Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles)
1971   Clifton Abraham, NFL cornerback (Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Bucs)
1971   Petr Nedved, Libercec CZE, NHL center (Team Czech, Pitts Penguins)
1971   Todd Van Poppel, Hinsdale IL, pitcher (Oakland A's)
1972   Fabrice Santoro, Tahiti, tennis star
1972   Paul Greene, Australian 100m/200m/400m (Olympics-96)
1973   Tony Batista, Puerto Plata Dom Rep, infielder (Oakland A's)
1975   Joshua Rudoy, actor (Harry & Hendersons)
1975   Stuart McRae, Australian rower (Olympics-96)
1978   Mandy James, Jacksonville Fla, rhythmic gymnast (US team-96)
2340   Worf, Klingon character on Star Trek Next Generation

1165   Malcom IV, king of Scotland (1153-65), dies at 24
1292   Sa'di, great Persian poet (Orchard, Rose Garden), dies
1437   Sigismund, German Emperor/king of Hungary/Bohemia, dies at 70
1565   Pius IV, [Gianangelo de' Medici], Italian Pope (1559-65), dies at 66
1625   Ubbo Emmius, [van Embden], Frisian humanist/historian, dies at 78
1636   Giovanni B Aleotti, Ital writer/theater architect, dies at about 90
1641   Anthonie "Antoon" van Dyck, Flemish painter, dies at 42
1669   Clement IX, [Giulio Rospigliosi], Ital Pope (1667-69), dies
1674   Edward Hyde 1st earl of Clarendon, English PM (1660-67), dies at 65
1706   Pedro II, king of Portugal (1683-1706), dies at 58
1767   Benedetto Alfieri, Italian architect (San Giovanni Battista), dies
1770   Gottlieb Theophil Muffat, composer, dies at 80
1814   Jose Angel Lamas, composer, dies at 39
1819   Ann C Coleman, fiancee of pres Buchanan, commits suicide
1827   Fran‡ois Leonard Rouwyzer, composer, dies at 90
1893   George Elvey, composer, dies at 77
1905   Henry Holmes, composer, dies at 66
1916   P Paul Leroy-Beaulieu, French economist (Economist France), dies at 73
1924   Bernard Zweers, Dutch composer (Gisbertus of Aemstel), dies at 70
1925   Eugene Gigout, composer, dies at 81
1929   Willis Cuttell, cricketer (two Tests England v S Africa 1899), dies
1930   Jim Slight, cricketer (represented Australia at Oval 1880), dies
1933   Morice Bird, cricketer (scored 280 runs in 10 Tests for England), dies
1940   Maletti, Italian general, dies in battle
1941   Leonard "Leo" Polak, Dutch philosopher, dies in Sachsenhausen at 61
1944   Laird Cregar, actor (Charley's Aunt, Hangover Square), dies at 28
1948   Sir Timothy O'Brien, cricketer (Bart 5 Tests England 1884-96), dies
1956   Hans Barth, composer, dies at 59
1957   Carswell Adams, sportscaster (Your Sports Special), dies
1959   Kurt Kl„ber, writer, dies
1959   Walter Compton, news anchor (DuMont Evening News), dies at 47
1963   Philibert Schmitz, Belgium, historian (Order of St BenoŒt), dies at 75
1964   Edith L Sitwell, English poet/author (Wheels), dies at 77
1966   Yury Alexandrovich Shaporin, composer, dies at 79
1970   Artem Mikoyan, Russian aircraft designer (MIG), dies at 65
1971   Ralph J Bunche, UN delegate/Nobel Prize winner, dies at 67 in NYC
1974   George Carew, cricketer (4 Tests for WI between 1935 & 1949), dies
1974   Jorge Croner de Vasconcelos, composer, dies at 64
1975   William A Wellman, US director (Ox Bow Incident), dies at 79
1976   Nino Martini, actor (Here's to Romance), dies at 71
1977   Clarice Lispector, writer, dies
1979   Fulton J Sheen, archbishop/religious broadcaster, dies in NYC at 84
1981   Tonny Til, rocker, dies at 56
1982   Fritz Usinger, German writer (Song against Death), dies at 87
1982   Joey Forman, actor (Sid Caesar Show, Joey Bishop Show), dies at 53
1982   Leon Jaworski, special prosecutor (Watergate), dies at 77
1982   Marty Robbins, country singer, dies
1982   Paul Godwin, [Goldfein], Polish/Dutch violist, dies at 80
1982   Roger Danneels, Flemish accordionist, dies at 55
1983   David Rounds, actor (Terence-Beacon Hill), dies at 53
1988   Roy Orbison, rocker (Pretty Woman), dies of a heart attack at 52
1990   Mike Mazurski, wrestler/actor (Centerfold Girls), dies at 80
1992   Carl Barger, baseball pres (Pitts Pirates, Fla Marlins), dies at 62
1992   Vincent Gardenia, actor (All in the Family, LA Law), dies at 71
1993   Danny Blanchflower, North Ireland soccer/union coach, dies at 67
1993   Muhammad Reza Golpayegani, ayatollah of Iran, dies
1994   Garnet Silk, Jamaican raggae-singer, dies at 28
1994   Kim II Sung, pres of North Korea (1945-94), dies at 82
1994   Maureen Cox Starkey, ex-wife of Ringo, dies of Leukemia at 48
1994   Max Bill, Swiss painter/sculptor/politician, dies at 85
1995   Benny Lee, entertainer, dies at 84
1995   Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan (aviator), dies
1995   Hugh Armstrong Clegg, industrial relations academic, dies at 75
1995   Toni Cade Bambara, filmmaker, dies at 56
1995   Vitali Viktorovich Savitsky, biologist/politician, dies at 40
1995   Vivian Blaine, actress (Guys & Dolls), dies of heart failure at 74
1996   Alain Emile Louis Marie Poher, politician, dies at 87
1996   Alain Poher, French pres of European Parliament (1966-69), dies
1996   Anne Bolt, photo-journalist/trade unionist, dies at 84
1996   Faron Young, country singer, commits suicide at 64
1996   Ivor Roberts-Jones, sculptor, dies at 83
1996   Mary Douglas Nichol Leakey, archaeologist/anthropologist, dies at 83
1996   Raphael Samuel, historian, dies at 32
1997   Tamara Geva, dancer, dies at 91

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