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Births   Deaths   Events
741   St Zachary begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Gregory III
1347   Pope Clemens VI declares Roman tribunal Coke di Rienzo as heretics
1557   1st Covenant of Scottish protestants form
1586   Sir Thomas Herriot introduces potatoes to England, from Colombia
1621   Galileo invents telescope
1639   1st annulment by court decree passes
1676   Battle at Lund: Sweden beats Denen
1678   Edmund Halley receives MA from Queen's College, Oxford
1685   Charles II bars Jews from settling in Stockholm Sweden
1694   English parliamentary election set for every 3 years
1699   Baron Jacob Hop appointed treasurer-general of the Hague
1775   1st official US flag raising (aboard naval vessel Alfred)
1818   Illinois becomes 21st state USA (Admission day)
1828   Andrew Jackson elected 7th president of US
1833   Oberlin College in Oh, 1st truly coeducational college opens
1834   1st US dental society organized (NY)
1835   1st US mutual fire insurance company issues 1st policy (RI)
1844   RC Society Apostole of Prayer forms
1847   Frederick Douglass publishes 1st issue of his newspaper "North Star"
1863   Longstreet abandons his siege at Knoxville, TN
1864   Skirmish at Thomas' Station, Georgia
1866   Paid fire dept replaces volunteer companies
1868   Trial of Jefferson Davis starts; 1st blacks on US trial jury
1878   Settlers arrive at Petach Tikvah Israel
1881   Henry M Stanley finds Leopoldville/Kinshasa
1883   48th Congress (1883-85) convenes
1893   Ndebeles destroy Rhodesia
1901   Milwaukee is dropped from the AL & replaced by St Louis Browns
1903   Panglima Polim surrenders to Capt Colijn at Atjeh
1907   George Cohans musical "Talk of the Town," premieres in NYC
1908   Edward Elgar's 1st Symphony in A, premieres
1910   Neon lights, 1st publically seen (Paris Auto Show)
1912   Gerrit Brinkman becomes 1st Dutch traffic officer
1912   Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Greece & Bulgaria sign weapons pact
1914   Neth army shoots up ge‹nterneerde Belgian soldiers: 8 killed
1920   Turkey & Armenia agree to peace treaty
1921   9th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 23-0
1922   1st successful technicolor movie (Tall of the Sea), shown in NYC
1923   1st Congressional open session broadcast via radio (Wash DC)
1926   Manchester Guardian (German Reichswehr/Red Army work together)
1929   Boston Bruins begins then NHL record 14 game winning streak
1930   Air-borne chemicals combine with fog to kill 60 (Meuse Valley Belgium)
1930   Otto Ender forms Austrian govt
1930   Richard Rodgers/L Hart's musical "Evergreen," premieres in London
1931   Alka Seltzer goes on sale
1932   20th CFL Grey Cup: Hamilton Tigers defeats Regina Roughriders, 25-6
1932   Gen Kurt von Schleicher becomes chancellor of Germany
1933   Connie Mack sells Mickey Cochrane to Det Tigers for $100,000
1933   Joe Lilliard QBs Chic Cardinals; last NFL black until 1946
1934   Italian colonial Tripoli & Cyrenaica annexed to Libya
1934   KYW-AM in Chicago Ill moves to Phila Penn
1938   AAU's decides to continue linear measuring system over metric
1939   Dmitri Sjostakovitsj's 6th Symphony, premieres
1941   Hitler views Poltava Ukraine
1943   9th Heisman Trophy Award: Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame (QB)
1943   Battle of Monte Cassino, Italy begins
1943   Howard Hanson's 4th Symphony, premieres
1943   Strike of Monte Cassino, Italy begins
1944   British order to disarm, causes general strike in Greece
1944   Hungarian death march of Jews ends
1944   Mussert puts Seyss-Inquart plan for small Nazi-Europe
1944   NFL Cardinals-Pitts merger disolves
1944   US 5th Armour division occupies Brandenburg Hrtgenwald
1946   12th Heisman Trophy Award: Glenn Davis, Army (HB)
1946   US govt asks UN to order dictator Franco out of Spain
1947   Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar Named Desire," premieres in NYC
1948   "Pumpkin Papers" come to light (claimed to be from Alger Hiss)
1948   1st US woman army officer not in medical corps sworn-in
1948   Bradman scores his last century, 123 in his own testimonial
1948   Chinese refugee ship "Kiangya" explodes in E China Sea, killing 1,100
1949   KRLD (now KDFW) TV channel 4 in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX (CBS) begins
1950   Cleve Browns last NFL team with no-pass game (beat Phila 13-7)
1950   Cleveland Browns' Horace Gillom sets club record with 12 punts
1950   Paul Harvey begins his national radio broadcast
1952   1st TV broadcast in Hawaii
1952   Marcos Perez Jim‚nez elected president of Venezuela
1953   "Kismet" opens at Ziegfeld Theater NYC for 583 performances
1953   Eisenhower criticizes McCarthy for saying communists are in Rep party
1953   Premier of Dmitri Shostakovitch' 5th String Quartet
1954   Samuel Barber's "Prayers of Kierkegaard," premieres
1954   William Walton's opera "Troilus & Cressida," premieres in London
1955   KTVE TV channel 10 in Monroe-El Dorado, LA (NBC) begins broadcasting
1956   England & France pull troops out of Egypt
1956   KFSA (now KFSM) TV channel 5 in Ft Smith, AR (CBS) 1st broadcast
1956   Wilt Chamberlain's 1st collegiate basketball game (scores 52)
1957   23rd Heisman Trophy Award: John Crow, Texas A&M (HB)
1958   Indonesian parliament accepts nationalisation of Dutch businesses
1959   State of emergency on Cyprus ends
1960   "Camelot" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 873 performances
1960   Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay Lerner's "Camelot," premieres in NYC
1961   Anton Geesink becomes 1st not-Japanese judo world champion
1961   Beatles meet future manager Brian Epstein
1961   George Blanda of Houston Oilers kicks 55-yard field goal
1961   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1962   Edith Spurlock Sampson sworn-in as 1st US black female judge
1962   Pravda criticizes western art
1964   "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" 1st airs on TV
1964   KHQL (now KCAN) TV channel 8 in Albion, NB (ABC) begins broadcasting
1964   Police arrests 800 sit-in students at U of Cal at Berkeley
1965   Beatles begin final UK concert tour in Glasgow
1965   USSR launches Luna 8; crashes on Moon
1966   US performs underground nuclear test at Hattiesburg Miss
1967   1st human heart transplant performed (Dr Christian Barnard, S Africa)
1967   Derek Clayton runs world record marathon (2:09:36.4)
1967   Ex-president Sukarno under house arrest in Indonesia
1967   Final run of "20th Century Limited," famed NY-Chicago luxury train
1968   Pitcher's mound drops from 15" to 10" & strike zone reduced from knees to shoulders to top of knees to armpits, to help hitters
1969   John Lennon is offered role of Jesus Christ in Jesus Christ Superstar
1970   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1971   Miss Teenage America Pageant
1971   Pres Nixon commutes Jimmy Hoffa's jail term
1972   Convair 990A charter crashes in Tenerife Canary Island, 155 die
1973   Pioneer 10 passes Jupiter (1st fly-by of an outer planet) [Dec 4-GMT]
1975   Laos falls to communist forces; Lao People's Democratic Rep proclaimed
1976   Dr Patrick J Hillery elected president of Iraq
1978   "King of Hearts" closes at Minskoff Theater NYC after 48 performances
1978   Pat Bradley/Lon Hinkle wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1979   11 trampled to death at Cincinnati Who concert [or 1204?]
1979   45th Heisman Trophy Award: Charles White, Southern Cal (RB)
1979   Christies auctions a thimble for a record $18,400
1979   Iran accepts constitution
1980   NY Federal jury finds Reps Thompson D-NJ & Murphy, D-NY, guilty
1981   Beth Daniel/Tom Kite wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1981   US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1982   1st NJ Devil hat-trick (Steve Tambellini) defeat Hartford 5-4
1982   35.7 cm rainfall at Big Fork, Arkansas (state record)
1982   77øF highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland in Dec
1982   NJ Devils 1st hat trick (Steve Tambellini)
1982   Tommy Hearns wins WBC Welterweight title in decision over Benitez
1983   "Marilyn: An American Fable" closes at Minskoff NYC after 16 perfs
1983   49th Heisman Trophy Award: Mike Rozier, Nebraska (RB)
1983   France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1984   2,000 die from Union Carbide poison gas emission in Bhopal, India
1984   Oldest groom - Harry Stevens, 103, weds Thelma Lucas, 83, in Wisc
1985   23rd Shuttle Mission (61-B)-Atlantis 2-lands at Edwards AFB
1986   Sri Lanka all out 55 v WI in one-dayer Walsh 5-1 in 4 3 overs
1988   54th Heisman Trophy Award: Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State (RB)
1988   NY Lotto pays $45 million to twelve winner (#s are 1-8-13-18-28-48)
1989   Pat Bradley/Bill Glasson wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1990   NL batting champ Willie McGee signs as a free agent with SF Giants
1991   Hulk Hogan defeats Undertaker to become 4th time WWF champion
1991   Muslim Shites release US hostage Alan Steen
1991   White House Chief of Staff John Sununu resigns
1992   UN Security Council votes unanimous for US led forces to enter Somalia
1995   "Company" closes at Criterion Theater NYC after 68 performances
1995   "Holiday" opens at Circle in Sq Theater NYC for 49 performances
1995   84th Davis Cup: USA beats Russia in Moscow (3-2)
1995   Beth Daniels/Davis Love III wins LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic
1995   Jack Russell takes 11 catches in Test Cricket v S Africa, a record
1995   Naeem Akhtar takes 10-28 for Rawalpindi B against Peshawar
1995   Northwestern South Carolina begins using new area code 864
1997   "1776," opens at Gershwin Theater NYC
1997   Golden State Warrior guard Latrell Sprewell, four-year, $32 million, contract terminated for attacking his coach P J Carlesimo

1368   Charles VI, [the Well-Beloved], king of France (1380-1422)
1483   Nicolaus von Amsdorf, German reformation theologist
1576   Marsilio Casentini, composer
1668   Casimir Schweizelsperg, composer
1684   Ludvig Baron Holberg, founder (Danish & Norwegian literature)
1729   Padre Antonio Francisco J Jose Soler, Olot Spain, composer (Fandango)
1750   Johann Franz Xaver Sterkel, composer
1752   Georg-Friederich Fuchs, composer
1753   Samuel Crompton, English inventor (mule-jenny spinning machine)
1755   Gilbert Stuart, US, portrait painter (painted Washington)
1758   Josef Gelinek, composer
1795   Rowland Hill, introduced 1st adhesive postage stamp (1840)
1797   Francis P Kenrick, Irish/US archbishop of Baltimore
1800   France Preseren, Slovenian poet (Krst pri Savici)
1806   Henry Alexander Wise, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1876
1809   Thomas Alfred Davies, Bvt Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1899
1822   Charles Adam Heckman, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1896
1826   Edmond van der Straeten, Belgian lawyer/musicologist
1826   George Brinton McClellan, Major General (Union Army), died in 1885
1829   Green Berry Raum, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1909
1838   Cleveland Abbe, US, meteorologist (Father of Weather Bureau)
1838   Octavia Hill, British reformer, leader of open-space movement
1842   Ellen Henrietta Richards, US, chemist (Amer Home Eco Assn-1st Pres)
1857   Joseph Conrad, Poland, novelist (Lord Jim, Heart of Darkness)
1857   Joseph Conrad, writer
1862   Jules Renkin, Belgian jurist/minister/premier (1931-32)
1864   Herman Heijermans Jr, Dutch writer (Kamertjeszonde, Diamond City)
1875   Bernhard Lichtenberg, German clergyman/antifascist
1883   Albert "Tibby" Cotter, cricketer (great Aussie quick of early century)
1883   Anton (Friedrich Wilhelm) von Webern, Vienna Aust, 12-tone composer
1885   Marchien Zwitsers, farmer in Lutten (died at 109 years old)
1886   Karl MG Siegbahn, Swedish physicist (r”ntgen spectroscope, Nobel 1924)
1888   Ion Nonna Otescu, composer
1895   Anna Freud, Austrian/English psychoanalytist/daughter of Sigmund F
1896   Boleslaw Szabelski, composer
1896   John Urzidil, Austria/US writer (Die erbeuteten Frauen)
1897   Kate O'Brien, Irish writer (Without My Cloak)
1898   Lev Konstantinovich Knipper, composer
1900   Lester Matthews, Nottingham England, (Sir Dennis-Adv of Fu Manchu)
1900   Richard Kuhn, Austria, biochemist, worked with vitamins (Nobel 1938)
1902   Willem Arnold de Vries Robbe, composer
1904   Juan E Yrausquin, founder (Party of Patriot Arubans)/minister
1905   Leslie Ames, cricketer (England wicket-keeper of 30's Outstanding bat)
1907   Andrew Hutchings, teachers' leader
1907   Connee Boswell, New Orleans La, singer (Pete Kelly's Blue)
1908   Halsey Stevens, Scott NY, composer (Triskelion)
1908   Nigel M Balchin, [Mark Spade], English author (Business for Pleasure)
1910   Robert Arthur Hughes, missionary/surgeon
1911   Dana Suesse, songwriter (You Ought to be in Pictures)
1911   Nino Rota, Milan Italy, composer (Torquemada)
1913   Omer Vanaudenhoven, Flemish industrial/resistance fighter
1914   Irving Fine, Boston Mass, composer (Toccata)
1919   Charles Craig, opera singer
1921   Hans G Kresse, Dutch cartoonist (Eric the Viking)
1923   Maria Callas, opera singer
1923   Tom Fears, NFL end (LA Rams)
1923   Trevor Bailey, England, cricket all-rounder (batted & ran)
1924   John Backus, inventor (FORTRAN computer language)
1925   Ken Funston, South African cricket batsman (18 Tests during 1950's)
1926   Hans Gunther Franz Otte, composer
1926   Hans Otte, German composer/pianist
1927   Ferlin Husky, country singer (Born to Lose, Gone)
1927   Isabelle Harriet Lucas, actress/singer (Outland, Comics)
1929   Clarence Ford, sax player
1929   Paul Harris Turok, composer
1929   Werner Rackwitz, German musicologist (H„ndel-Renaissance)
1930   Andy Williams, Wall Lake Iowa, singer (Moon River, Andy Williams Show)
1930   Jean-Luc Godard, French director (Alphaville, Hail Mary, Breathless)
1930   Phyllis Curtin, Clarksburg WV, soprano (NYC Opera)
1931   Ellen Blazer, Dutch TV director (Sonja)
1931   Jaye P Morgan, Mancos Colo, singer/actress (Gong Show, Night Patrol)
1932   Corry Brokken, Dutch singer
1934   Nicolas Coster, actor (Robert Delaney-Another World)
1934   Viktor Vassilyevich Gorbatko, USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 7, 24, 37/36)
1937   Bobby Allison, auto racer (3 time winner of Daytona 500)
1937   Stephen Rubin, English attorney/shoe manufacturer (Reebok, Adidas)
1938   Jos‚ Serebrier, Montevideo Uruguay, conductor/composer (Star Wagon)
1938   Martyn Taylor, teacher/campaigner
1941   Mary Alice, Indianola MS, newscaster (CBS, Lettie-Different World)
1943   Valerie Perrine, Galveston Tx, actress (Slaughterhouse 5)
1945   Laura Dean, Staten Island NYC, composer/choreographer (Drumming)
1948   Diane Kurys, [Emir Kusturica], Sarajevo, bass guitarist
1948   Ozzy Osbourne, England, rock vocalist (Black Sabbath-Bark at the Moon)
1949   Christopher John Seward, aid worker
1949   Heather Menzies, Toronto Canada, actress (Jessica-Logan's Run)
1949   Mickey Thomas, rock vocalist (Jefferson Airplane, Starship)
1950   John Akii-bua, Uganda, 400m hurdler (Olympic-gold-1972)
1950   Muntu Myeza, South African anti-apartheid activist
1951   Danger Alberto Juantorena, Cuba, 800m runner (Olympic-gold-1976)
1951   James Turner Brewer, Maywood Ill, basketball player (Oly-silver-1972)
1951   Mike Stock, rocker (Stock, Aitken & Waterman-Road Block)
1951   Rick Mears, Indy-car racer (over 25 wins)
1951   Riki Chosyu, [Mitsuo Yoshida], wrestler (NJPW/All-Japan)
1952   Don Barnes, rock guitarist (38 Special)
1952   Duane Roland, rock guitarist (Molly Hatchet)
1952   Mel Smith, author (Morons From Outer Space)
1953   Franz Klammer, Austria, downhill skier (Olympic-gold-1976)
1954   Paul Gregg, country singer (Restless Heart-Wheels)
1955   Melody Anderson, Edmonton, actress (Natalie Dillon-All My Children)
1956   Hart Bochner, Los Angeles CA, actor/director (Rich & Famous)
1959   Kathy Jordan, Bryn Mawr PA, tennis player (US Opens Doubles 1981)
1960   Daryl Hannah, actress (Splash, Blade Runner)
1960   Mike Ramsey, US, ice hockey player (Olympic-gold-1980)
1961   Julianne Moore, actress (Lost World, 9 Months)
1962   Tammy Jackson, WNBA forward/center (Houston Comets)
1963   Ashley De Silva, Sri Lankan Cricket wicketkeeper (1993)
1963   Steve Hegg, Dana Point Calif, road cyclist (Olympics-16th-84, 96)
1964   Darryl Hamilton, Baton Rouge LA, outfielder (Texas Rangers)
1964   Toi Cook, cornerback (Carolina Panthers)
1965   Katarina Witt, Staaken GDR, figure skater (Olympic-Gold-1984, 88)
1965   Tammy Jacques, Auburn Maine, cyclist (Olympics-96)
1966   Lisa Lightfoot, Australian middle distance runner (Olympics-96)
1967   David Diaz, Melbourne VIC, Australasia golfer
1967   Greg Sutton, NBA guard (Phila 76ers)
1967   Katie Henderson, Santa Monica CA, WPVA volleyball (US Open-25th-1993)
1968   Brendan Fraser, Indianapolis In, actor (School Ties, 20 Bucks)
1968   Isabel Cueto, West Germany, tennis star
1968   Kevin Telles, actor (Party Camp)
1969   Ed King, NFL guard (NO Saints)
1969   Kwamie Lassiter, NFL defensive back (Arizona Cardinals)
1970   Charles Hope, WLAF guard (Frankfurt Galaxy)
1970   Jennifer Rothschild, [Rubin], actress (Judas Project)
1970   Laura Schuler, ice hockey forward (Canada, Oly-98)
1970   Lindsey Hunter, NBA guard (Detroit Pistons)
1970   Paul Byrd, Louisville KY, pitcher (NY Mets)
1972   Eva Nemcova, WNBA forward/guard (Cleveland Rockers)
1972   Peter Wright, US, 1500m freestyle (Olympics-96)
1973   Andrew McNally, Australian baseball pitcher (Olympics-1996)
1973   Brian Loyd, Lynwood CA, baseball catcher (Olympics-bronze-96)
1974   Ralph Staten, safety (Baltimore Ravens)
1975   Lauren E Roman, Wilmington NC, actress (Laura Kirk-All My Children)
1975   Nadine Neumann, Sydney NSW Australia, swimmer (Olympics-96)
1977   David Sales, cricketer (Northampton batsman, 210 on fc debut 1996)
1980   Anna Chlumsky, Chicago Ill, actress (My Girl)
1981   Brian Bonsall, actor (Family Ties, Star Trek Next Generation)

450   Petrus Chrysologus, 1st archbishop of Ravenna, dies
1137   Lotharius III, of Supplinburg, Roman-Ger emperor (1133-37), dies at 67
1154   Anastasius IV, Pope (1153-54), dies
1463   Louis Chalon, prince of Orange, dies
1469   Piero de' Medici, ruler of Florence, dies at about 53
1491   Thomas Basin, French historian/bishop of Lisieux, dies
1533   Vasili III, great prince of Moscow (1505-33), dies at 54
1660   Jacques Sarazin, French sculptor/painter, dies at about 70
1676   Daniel Stalpaert, Amsterdams master builder, buried
1789   Claude-Joseph Vernet, French seascape painter, dies
1807   Clara Reeve, English author (old English baron), dies
1823   Joseph Pouteau, composer, dies at 84
1839   Frederik VI, king of Denmark (1808-39)/Norway (1803-14), dies at 71
1857   Christian D Rauch, German sculptor, dies at 80
1866   Johann Wenzel Kalliwoda, composer, dies at 65
1876   Hermann Goetz, composer, dies at 35
1889   Baltasar Saldoni, composer, dies at 82
1890   Bill Midwinter, cricketer (8 Tests for Australia, 4 for England), dies
1892   William Bonaparte, grandson of Lucien, dies
1893   Allan Wilson, British/Rhodesian major, dies in battle
1894   HM Jozef Schadde, Flem architect (Antwerp Stock exchange), dies at 76
1894   Robert Louis Stevenson, Engl writer (Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde), dies at 45
1910   Mary Baker Eddy, founder (Christian Science (Monitor)), dies
1919   Pierre A Renoir, French painter/sculptor, dies at 78
1933   Richard Henry Warren, composer, dies at 74
1937   Prosper Poullet, Belgian mayor, dies
1941   Johann Christian August Sinding, composer, dies at 85
1942   Wilhelm Peterson-Berger, composer, dies at 75
1944   Delfien Vanhaute, Flemish pastor/poet (Ark of Noah), dies at 75
1949   Elin Pelin, writer, dies
1949   Maria Ouspenskaya, actress (Spookies), dies at 62
1954   Enrique Soro Barriga, composer, dies at 70
1957   Frank E Gannett, newspaper publisher, dies at 81
1960   Hermann Stephani, composer, dies at 83
1961   Jekabs Graubins, composer, dies at 75
1961   Mary Charleson, actress (Upstairs & Downstairs), dies at 76
1964   Ernst Ginsberg, writer, dies
1964   George Brown, cricketer (7 Tests for England), dies
1967   Annette Kolb, writer, dies at 92
1967   Fred Engelen, Flemish actor/director (Kritisch Theater), dies at 54
1967   Manuel A Fraai, Cura‡aos author (Silly Agero), dies at 70
1969   Ruth White, actress (Fugitive), dies of cancer at 55
1973   Michael O'Shea, actor (Denny- It's a Great Life), dies at 67
1975   Hugh Thurlow, cricketer (one Test for Australia 1932), dies
1975   Jacob Kruijt, Dutch sociologist, dies at 76
1976   Mary Nash, actress (Phila Story, Till the Clouds Roll By), dies at 91
1978   William Grant Still, composer, dies at 83
1984   Virginia Lacy Jones, US librarian/presidents advisor, dies at 72
1985   Sam Gillman, actor (Sam-Shane), dies at 70
1990   Gavin Reed, actor (Body Beneath), dies at 59
1991   Alex Graham, British cartoonstrip artist (Fred Basset), dies
1991   Casey Walters, actor (True Story of Lynn Stuart), after a stroke at 75
1992   Harry Ellerbe, actor (House of Usher, Magnetic Monster), dies at 91
1992   Luis Alcoriza, actor/writer/director (Tiburoneros), dies of emphysema
1992   Nureddin Al-Atassi, president of Syria (1966-70), dies
1993   Lewis Thomas, biologist, dies of cancer at 80
1993   Thomas Mogotlane, South African actor (Mapantsula), dies at 40
1994   Dolf Verspoor, literary/translator (M Nijhoff prize 1958), dies at 77
1994   Elizabeth Meyer, wife of Paul Michael Glaser, dies of AIDS at 47
1994   Giorgi Chanturia, Pres of Georgia, assassinated
1994   Lesley Peacock, jazz photogrpaher/author, dies
1994   Said Mekbel, Algerian editor in chief (Le Matin), murdered at 57
1995   Jimmy Jewel, comedian, dies at 82
1995   Robertson Davies (author), dies at 82
1995   Roxie Roker, actress (Claudine)/mother of Lenny Kravitz, dies at 66
1996   Babrak Karmal, PM of Afghanistan (1980-81), dies
1996   Det Glynn, teacher/anti-apartheid activist, dies at 84
1996   George Duby, historian, dies at 77
1997   Marian Kratochwil, artist, dies at 91
1997   Steve Hamilton, pitcher (NY Yankees), dies of cancer at 63

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