Small picture Of Guy Faukes: 5K What else can be celebrated on the 5th of November?

We understand! Not everyone would like to celebrate an aspect of the plot! The 5 th of November calls out for celebration. It is just that time of year for a gathering and festivity just as the weather gets cold for the first time. It is a sort of shift of the seasons. Well here you are! Many more reasons to celebrate so pick one- we wont mind just so you join in celebrating on the day! Celebrate something!
309th day of year with 56 days left (Numerology = 7)
Happy Birthday to:
In 1494, Hans Sachs, composer
In 1534, Joachim Camerarius, German botanist/physician (horticulture catalog)
In 1549, Philippe du Plessis, France, author
In 1563, Anna van Nassau, daughter of prince Willem I/Anna of Saksen
In 1654, Christian Liebe, composer
In 1666, Attilio Ariosti, composer
In 1764, Pieter Nieuwland, Dutch scientist (Newton)
In 1770, Etienne P de Senancour, French author (Obermann)
In 1779, Washington Allston, US painter/author
In 1798, Carolina F L duchess of Berry, daughter of crown prince of Naples
In 1818, Benjamin Franklin Butler, Mjr General (Union volunteers), died in 1893
In 1819, Josef Rudolf Zavrtal, composer
In 1825, Julius H [Szamvald] Stahel, Major General (Union volunteers)
In 1832, William Woods Averell, Major General (Union Army), died in 1900
In 1841, Alexander Sergeyevich Famintsin, composer
In 1849, Rui Barbosa, Brazil, statesman/jurist/essayist/civil liberties
In 1855, Eugene V Debs, labor organizer, Socialist presidential candidate
In 1855, L‚on P Teisserenc de Bort, French meteorologist (stratosphere)
In 1857, Ida Tarbell, muckraker (Standard Oil was very unhappy)
In 1866, Daniel Protheroe, composer
In 1876, Raymond Duchamp-Villon, cubist sculptor (Head of Baudeaire)
In 1884, James Elroy Flecker, English poet/dramatist (Hassan)
In 1885, Will Durant, US, author/historian (Story of Civilization)
In 1887, Oscar Bossaert, Belgium, chocolate manufacturer/min of Middenstand
In 1887, Paul Wittgenstein, Vienna Austria, left hand specialist pianist
In 1891, Bert McGirr, cricketer (played in NZ's 1st Test series)
In 1891, Earle "Greasy" Neale, NFL coach (Philadelphia Eagles)
In 1891, Mary Dorna, Dutch author
In 1893, Raymond Loewy, US industrial designer
In 1894, Eugen Z dor, B tasz‚k, Hungary, Hungarian/American composer (Diana)
In 1894, Henri E J A de Page, Belgian private law scholar
In 1895, Walter Gieseking, German pianist/composer
In 1899, Forrest Lewis, actor (Monster of Piedras Blancas)
In 19--, Jan Shutan, LA Calif, actress (Ruth-Sons & Daughters)
In 19--, Nestor Serrano, Bronx NY, actor (Lt Matty Navarro-Molone)
In 1901, Eddie Paynter, cricketer (England batting hero in Bodyline series)
In 1902, Strom Thurmond, (Sen-R-SC, 1955- )
In 1905, George Bissett, cricketer (successful S African quick in 1927-28)
In 1905, Joel McCrea, South Pasadena Calif, actor (Marshal-Wichita Town)
In 1906, George Lowthian Trevelyan, designer/visionary
In 1911, Roy Rogers, Cincinnati Ohio, cowboy (Happy Trails, Roy Rogers Show)
In 1912, Natalie Schaeffer, Rumson NJ, actress (Lovey Howell-Gilligan's Island)
In 1913, John McGiver, NYC, actor (Patty Duke Show, Jimmy Stewart Show)
In 1913, Vivien Leigh, (Gone With Wind) Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn
In 1914, Henri J de Koster, Dutch Min of Defense (1971-73)
In 1915, Moe Biller, NYC, labor union officer (AFL-CIO, Postal Workers)
In 1916, Len Wilkinson, cricketer (England leg-spinner just before WW II)
In 1917, Claus Adam, composer
In 1917, Jacob Everaers, office clerk/resistance fighter
In 1919, Myron Floren, Webster SD, accordionist (Lawrence Welk Show)
In 1921, Gy”rgy Cziffra, Hungarian/French pianist (Chopin/Liszt)
In 1923, Ian Arthur Hoyle Munro, medical journalist
In 1924, Ivan Rezak, composer
In 1926, Leo Derksen, Dutch journalist (Telegraph/Sunday Newspaper)
In 1927, Robert Abernethy, Geneva Switz, Newscaster (NBC News Encore)
In 1929, Ottmar MA Fraai, Cura‡aos/Dutch tenor
In 1930, Herb Edelman, Bkln NY, actor (Good Guys, Strike Force, 9 to 5)
In 1931, Ike Turner, Miss, AKA Mr Tina Turner!, guitarist (A Fool in Love)
In 1932, Arthur L Liman, NYC, trial lawyer (Oliver North)
In 1934, Nick Smith, (Rep-R-Michigan)
In 1935, Dick Davalos, Bronx, actor (Jeff-The Americans)
In 1935, Jerry Amper Dadap, composer
In 1935, John Nicholas Maw, composer
In 1935, Lester Piggott, British jockey (11 time champ)
In 1938, Chris Robinson, Fla, actor (Stanley, General Hospital, Another World)
In 1939, Ken Walter, South African cricket pace bowler (1961-62 series v NZ)
In 1941, Patricia Harty, Wash DC, actress (Occasional Wife, Blondie)
In 1942, Art Garfunkel, NYC, singer/actor (Sounds of Silence, Carnal Knowledge)
In 1942, Elke Sommer, [Elke Schletz], Berlin Germany, actress (Oscar)
In 1943, Pablo Gomez, rocker
In 1943, Sam Shepard, Ill, actor/playwright (Frances, Crimes of the Heart)
In 1946, Gram Paarson, [Cecil Connor], Winter Haven Fl, rocker (Byrds)
In 1946, Herman Brood, Dutch painter/singer/pianist (Sleepin' Bird)
In 1946, Patricia K Kuhl, speech & hearing scientist
In 1947, Oleg Antropov, USSR, volleyball player (Olympic-gold-1968)
In 1947, Peter Noone, rocker (Herman-Herman's Hermits-Silhouttes)
In 1948, Peter Hammill, English singer/songwriter (Patient)
In 1948, Rick Cobb, rocker
In 1950, Debbie Massey, Grosse Pointe MI, LPGA golfer (1979 Wheeling Classic)
In 1951, Cindy Brooks, Gettysburg Pa, playmate (April, 1985)
In 1951, Stuart Havelock Hollingdale, anthropologist
In 1952, Bill Walton, NBA center (Portland Trailblazers, Boston Celtics)
In 1955, Sylvester Louis Adams, murderer
In 1956, Mike Score, Liverpool England, rock guitarist (Flock Of Seagulls)
In 1956, Rob Fisher, Bath England, rock keyboardist (Naked Eyes)
In 1957, David Moyse, Adelaide Australia, rock vocalist (Air Supply)
In 1957, Jon-Erik Hexum, Tenafly NJ, actor (Voyager, Cover-up)
In 1959, Bryan Adams, Vancouver BC Canada, singer (Heaven)
In 1960, Mark West, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)
In 1960, Ren‚ Froger, Dutch singer (Everything Can Make a Man Happy)
In 1961, Charles O Hobaugh, Bar Harbor ME, Capt USMC/astronaut
In 1962, Brian Wheat, rock bassist (Tesla-Psychotic Supper)
In 1963, Andrea McArdle, Phila, actress (Annie)
In 1963, Hans Gilhaus, soccer player (Vitesse)
In 1963, Tatum O'Neal, LA Cal, Mrs John McEnroe (Paper Moon, Little Darlings)
In 1967, Frank Pollack, NFL tackle (SF 49ers)
In 1967, Grant Leury, Melbourne VIC Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)
In 1967, Percy Snow, WLAF linebacker (Rhein Fire)
In 1967, Steve Wagner, Phila, field hockey goalkeeper (Olympics-96)
In 1968, Bob Dahl, NFL guard/tackle (Cleve Browns)
In 1968, Cary Blanchard, NFL kicker (Indianapolis Colts)
In 1968, Chris Gray, Perth WA, Australasia golfer
In 1968, Malcolm Frank, CFL cornerback (Edmonton Eskimos)
In 1969, Jennifer Guthrie, Willimantic Conn, actress (Dawn-General Hospital)
In 1970, Javier Lopez, Ponce Puerto Rico, catcher (Atlanta Braves)
In 1970, Ryan Wetnight, NFL tight end (Chic Bears)
In 1971, Corin "Corky" Nemec, Little Rock, actor (Tucker, Parker Lewis)
In 1971, Erick Walder, Mobile Alabama, triple jumper
In 1971, Sergei Berezin, Voskrensensk Rus, NHL forward (Team Russia, Oly-Si-98)
In 1971, Todd Collins, NFL quarterback (Buffalo Bills)
In 1972, Tracy Greene, NFL tight end (Pitts Steelers)
In 1973, Alexei Yashin, NHL forward (Team Russia Oly-Silver-1998, Ottawa)
In 1973, Alexei Yashin, Sverdlovsk Rus, NHL center (Ottawa Senators)
In 1973, James Collins, NBA guard (LA Clippers)
In 1973, Johnny Damon, Ft Riley KS, outfielder (KC Royals)
In 1973, Johnny Damon, outfielder (Kansas City Royals)
In 1973, Kate Anderson, Australian 1.5k/3k/5k runner (Olympics-96)
In 1973, Rupert Grant, NFL fullback (NE Patriots)
In 1974, Conrad Hamilton, cornerback (NY Giants)
In 1974, Jerry Stackhouse, NBA guard/forward (Detroit Pistons, Phila 76ers)
In 1977, Jodi Webb, Miss Utah Teen USA (1996)
In 1977, Tuula Puputti, ice hockey goalie (Finland, Oly-98)

Sorry to see these people go:
In 1370, Kazimierz III, the Great, king of Poland (1333-70), dies at 61
In 1515, Mariotto di Bigio di Bindo Albertinelli, Italian painter, dies at 41
In 1559, Kano Motonobu, Zen co-founder (Kano school of painting), dies at 83
In 1603, Irini Fedorovna, Russian daughter of Boris Godunov, dies
In 1669, John Coccejus, German/Neth reformed theologist, dies at about 66
In 1675, Kurt S Adeler, Danish admiral/ship designer, dies at 52
In 1680, Gillis Valckenier, mayor of Amsterdam (1665..80), dies at about 57
In 1737, Johan W van Ripperda, Dutch diplomat/baron/duke, dies at 55
In 1743, Andreas Benedikt Praelisauer, composer, dies at 44
In 1772, Johannes Schmidlin, composer, dies at 50
In 1772, Pieter Steyn, Dutch grand pensionary (1749-72), dies at 66
In 1801, Norinaga Moto'ori, Japanese scientist, dies
In 1803, Ch de Laclos, writer, dies
In 1804, Elizabeth "Betje" Wolff-Bekker, poetess (Sara Burgerhart), dies at 66
In 1819, Dirk van den Boetzelaer, regent of Holland, dies at 55
In 1834, Aernout Drost, Dutch literary/founder (The Guide), dies at 24
In 1850, Ferdinand KJ, archduke of Austria, dies at 69
In 1854, ... Soimonov, Russian general, dies in battle of Inkermann
In 1860, Carl Binder, composer, dies at 43
In 1879, James Clerk Maxwell, Scotish physicist (speed of light), dies at 48
In 1883, William Hicks, British col/commander (Egyptian army), dies in battle
In 1930, Christiaan E˜kman, bacteriologist (vitamin B1, Nobel 1929), dies at 72
In 1935, Mina Dilis-Beersmans, Flemish actress/wife of John Dilis, dies at 71
In 1942, George M Cohan, composer, dies at 64
In 1943, Louis Schelfhout, Dutch painter/graphic artist, dies at 62
In 1946, Sigismond Stojowski, composer, dies at 77
In 1950, Jacobus J E Hondius, Dutch classicist/graphic artist, dies at 53
In 1951, Agrippina J Vaganova, Russian ballet dancers/pegagoge, dies at 72
In 1951, Bedrich Antonin Wiedermann, composer, dies at 67
In 1955, Maurice Utrillo, French painter (Cath‚drale St-Denis), dies at 71
In 1956, Art Tatum, black pianist, dies at 46 in Los Angeles
In 1960, August Gailit, Estonian writer (Ekke Moor), dies at 69
In 1960, Johnny Horton, country singer, dies at 33
In 1960, Mack Sennett, director/producer (Keystone Cops), dies
In 1960, Ward Bond, actor (Wagon Train), dies of heart attack at 57
In 1964, Alexander Uriah Boskovich, composer, dies at 57
In 1968, Estelle Hemsley, actress (Leech Woman, Take aGiant Step), dies at 81
In 1968, Robert Ayres, actor (Battle Beneath the Earth), dies at 54
In 1969, Itih Walracen, Sudanese widow of author William Walraven, dies
In 1969, Lloyd Corrigan, actor (Prof McKillup-Hank), dies at 69
In 1972, Reginald Owen, actor (Above Suspicion, Love on the Run), dies at 85
In 1974, Stafford Repp, actor (Chief O'Hara-Batman), dies at 56
In 1975, Annette Kellerman, swimmer (Million Dollar Mermaid), dies at 87
In 1977, Aleksei G Stachanov, Russian model miner, dies at 72
In 1977, Guy Lombardo, orch leader (Auld Lang Syne), dies in Houston at 75
In 1977, Ren‚ Goscinny, French writer (Asterix), dies at 51
In 1978, Denis O'Dea, actor (Capt Horatio Hornblower), dies at 73
In 1979, Al Capp, US cartoonist (Li'l Abner), dies at 70
In 1982, Gerda Brautigam, journalist/Dutch MP (PvdA), dies
In 1982, Jacques Tati[scheff], French actor/director (Parade), dies at 74
In 1989, Barry Sadler, singer (Green Berets), murdered at 49 in Murfreesboro Tn
In 1989, Vladimir Horovitz, Ukrainian/US pianist, dies at 85
In 1990, Bobby Nunn, US bassist (Coasters-Down in Mexico), dies at about 65
In 1990, Herbert Berghof, actor (Belarus File), dies of heart failure at 81
In 1991, Fred MacMurray, actor (My Three Sons), dies of pneumonia at 83
In 1991, Robert Maxwell, Billionaire publisher (NY Daily News), dies at 68
In 1992, Arpad E Elo, Hungarian physicist (chess classification system), dies
In 1992, Jan Hendrik Oort, Dutch astronomer (Oort Cloud), dies at 92
In 1994, McHenry Boatwright, signer, dies at 66
In 1995, Laura Weber, TV Host, dies at 70
In 1996, Eddie Harris, saxophonist/composer, dies at 62
In 1996, Lars-Ake Nilsson, diplomat, dies at 53
In 1996, Paula Hinton, dancer, dies at 72
In 1996, Ronald Ogden, engineer, dies at 81

Events
In 1228, Wu MeKuan, a collection of 48 Zen koans, compiled in China
In 1414, Council of Constance (16th ecumenical council) opens
In 1492, Christopher Columbus learns of maize (corn) from Indians of Cuba
In 1530, St Felix Flood ravages Dutch coast
In 1556, Akbar (14) succeeds his father Humajun on as Sultan of Delhi
In 1556, Battle at Panipat: Mogollegers beat hindu leader Hemu
In 1605, Gunpowder Plot; Catholics try to blow up English Parliament. Plot
In 1605, uncovered & leader Guy Fawkes hanged
In 1630, Spain & England sign peace treaty
In 1639, 1st post office in the colonies is set up in Massachusetts
In 1678, Brandenburgse troops occupy Greifswald in Sweden
In 1725, Spain & Austria sign secret treaty
In 1757, Battle at Rossbach (7 year war/French & Indian War)
In 1781, John Hanson elected 1st "Pres of US in Congress assembled"
In 1789, Fleeing slaves under Bonni attack military post on Suriname
In 1789, French National Meeting declares all citizens equal under law
In 1811, El Salvador's 1st battle against Spain for independence
In 1838, Honduras declares independence of Central American Federation
In 1846, Robert Schumann's 2nd Symphony in C, premieres
In 1854, Crimean War: British & French defeat Russian force of 50,000
In 1862, Ambrose Burnside replaces McClellen as head of Army of Potomac
In 1862, Battle at Barbee's Crossroads, Virginia: 51 casualties
In 1871, Susan B Anthony arrested trying to vote in Rochester NY
In 1872, Paul Henry discovers asteroid #126 Velleda
In 1872, Prosper Henry discovers asteroid #127 Johanna
In 1872, Susan B Anthony fined $100 for trying to vote for Ulysses S Grant
In 1872, Ulysses S Grant re-elected US president
In 1876, Henry Morton Stanley's expedition leaves Nyangwe
In 1877, Paul Henry discovers asteroid #177 Irma
In 1881, French government-Ferry resigns
In 1882, Bedrich Smetana's "Ma Vlast," premieres
In 1883, Battle at El Obeid Sudan: Mahdi's army destroys Egyptian army
In 1883, Musical "Cordelia's Aspirations" premieres in NYC
In 1887, Ottawa College (ORFU) defeats Montreal Football Club (QRFU) 10-5
In 1887, to win the Dominion championship
In 1894, Frederick Lugards expedition reaches Nikki
In 1894, Richard Strauss' "Till Eulenspiegels," premieres
In 1895, 1st US patent granted for auto (George B Selden)
In 1895, George Selden patents 1st gasoline-driven car
In 1895, King Edward VII says "We are all Socialists nowadays"
In 1895, US state Utah accepts female suffrage
In 1898, Gerhart Hauptmanns "Fuhrmann Henschel," premieres in Berlin
In 1901, Max Wolf & A Kopff discover asteroid #692 Hippodamia
In 1911, Calbraith Rodgers arrives in Pasadena completing 1st transcontinental
In 1911, Italy attacks Turkish North-Africa (Libya), takes Tipoli & Cyrenaica
In 1911, airplane flight (49 days) (left Sheepshead Bay, NY, Sept 17)
In 1912, Arizona, Kansas & Wisconsin vote for female suffrage
In 1912, Bulgarian troops in Constantinople blockade drinking water
In 1912, Woodrow Wilson (D) defeats Theodore Roosevelt (Prog) & Pres Taft (R)
In 1913, Ludwig III crowned king of Bavaria
In 1914, Britain annexes Cyprus
In 1914, Great Britain & France & Russia declares war on Turkey
In 1916, Emperor Wilhelm II & French Jozef I establishes kingdom of Poland
In 1916, Second Chamber accept initial impetus to general males/female suffrage
In 1917, Gen Pershing & US troops see action on Western Front for 1st time
In 1917, Supreme Court decision (Buchanan v Warley) strikes down Lousiville Ky
In 1917, ordiance requiring blacks & whites to live in separate areas
In 1919, Ir … Steringa Idzerda begins hosting "soir‚e-musical" on Dutch radio
In 1921, S Belyavskij discovers asteroid #969 Leocadia & #3134 Kostinsky
In 1922, Demonstration for a Dutch University in Ghent
In 1925, Mussolini disbands Italian socialist parties
In 1927, 10th PGA Championship: Water Hagen at Cedar Crest CC Dallas
In 1927, Walter Hagen beats Joe Turnesa for 4th consecutive PGA title
In 1928, J Comas Sola discovers asteroid #1102 Pepita
In 1930, Nobel for literature awarded to Sinclair Lewis for "Babbitt"
In 1932, Mussolini frees 16,000 criminals
In 1933, Chicago Bears 30 game unbeaten streak ends to Patriots (10-0)
In 1933, Spanish Basques vote for autonomy
In 1935, Maryland Court of Appeals orders U of M to admit (black) Donald Murray
In 1935, Parker Brothers launches game of Monopoly
In 1936, French writer Andr‚ Gide criticizes Soviet regime
In 1937, Hitler informs his military leader of his intentions of going to war
In 1938, Ottawa Roughriders score on 5-man, 4-lateral, 65-yard punt return
In 1938, Rugers beats Princeton 1st time in 60 yrs as Rutgers Stad dedicated
In 1940, Dutch submarine departs Dundee
In 1940, Pres FDR (D) wins unprecedented 3rd term beating Wendell Willkie (R)
In 1940, Walter Johnson, won 416 games for Wash Senators, loses Maryland
In 1940, congressional race (R)
In 1941, Japanese marine staff officiers Suzuki/Maejima leave Pearl Harbor
In 1942, Nazi raid on Greek Jews in Paris
In 1942, Pro-British Clandestine Radio Diego Suarez's final transmission
In 1943, -6] Vatican bombed
In 1944, Allied troops reach Zoutelande Walcheren
In 1944, Canadian & British troops liberate Dinteloord
In 1944, German troops blow-up Heusden North Brabant city hall, 134 die
In 1946, John F Kennedy (D-Mass) elected to House of Representatives
In 1950, Cleveland Browns' Tommy James intercepts 3 passes, club record
In 1950, Philippines president Quirino ends emergency crisis
In 1951, US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
In 1953, Nobel prize for physics awarded/appended on Frederik Zernicke
In 1953, Paul Searls saws a 32" log in 86.4 seconds
In 1953, Terence Rattigans' "Sleeping Prince," premieres in London
In 1955, Mont Canadien Jean Beliveau scores 2nd fastest hat trick (44 seconds)
In 1955, New Vienna Opera house opens (Austria)
In 1956, Britain & France land forces in Egypt
In 1956, Dutch Communist Party office of Felix Meritis seized
In 1956, Israel liberates Sharm-el-Sheikh, reopening Gulf of Aqaba
In 1956, Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Datis nuperrime
In 1957, F‚lix Gaillard forms govt in France
In 1957, Mrs Nellie McGrail wins $574,658 on a 2› soccer pool ticket
In 1958, "Maria Golovin" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 5 performances
In 1958, KGLD (now KSNG) TV channel 11 in Garden City, KS (NBC) 1st broadcast
In 1959, AFL announced with 8 teams
In 1961, India's premier Nehru arrives in NY
In 1961, St Louis Cards Bill Stacy, returns 2 interceptions for TDs vs Dallas
In 1963, US VP Lyndon B Johnson visits Netherlands
In 1964, US launches Mariner 3 toward Mars; no data returned
In 1966, Brigham Young QB Virgil Carter sets NCAA record of 599 yards gained
In 1966, US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
In 1967, ATS-3 launched by US to take 1st pictures of full Earth disk
In 1967, Clifford Ann Creed wins LPGA Corpus Christi Civitan Golf Open
In 1967, New Orleans Saints 1st NFL victory, beat Phila Eagles 31-24
In 1967, US troops conquer Loc Ninh South Vietnam
In 1967, Yemen president Sallal flees
In 1968, 1st AL pitcher to win MVP, Denny McLain (wins unanimously)
In 1968, Nixon (R) beats VP Humphrey (D) & George C Wallace for presidency
In 1971, Bolivia passes death penalty for political kidnapping
In 1971, NBA's LA Lakers starts a 33 game consecutive victory streak
In 1972, Jane Blalock wins LPGA Lady Errol Golf Classic
In 1973, BART starts SF-Daly City train shuttle service
In 1974, Dmitri Sjotakovitch completes Michelangelo-liederen
In 1974, Ella Grasso (Ct) elected 1st woman US gov not related to previous gov
In 1974, Walter E Washington, becomes 1st elected mayor of Wash DC
In 1975, British government sends troops to Belize
In 1975, L Chernykh discovers asteroid #3747
In 1975, Sao Tome & Principe adopts constitution
In 1976, Balt Jim Palmer wins AL Cy Young Award
In 1976, New AL franchises in Seattle & Toronto fill up their rosters
In 1976, Pirates trade Manny Sanguillen & $100,000 to A's for mgr Chuck Tanner
In 1976, USSR performs nuclear test
In 1977, NCAA passing record set at 571 yards (Marc Wilson, Brigham Young)
In 1978, Iranian PM Jaafar Sharif-Emami resigns to Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi
In 1978, Khomeini followers attack British embassy/El Al office in Iran
In 1978, Oakland Raider's John Madden becomes 13th coach to win 100 NFL games
In 1979, Iran government of Bazargan resigns
In 1979, Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini declares US "The Great Satan"
In 1981, Charles Fuller's "Soldier's Play," premieres in NYC
In 1981, E Bowell discovers asteroid #6582 & #7737
In 1981, Former Dolphin, Mercury Morris, is sentenced to 20 years
In 1981, for drug trafficing, conspiracy, & possession of cocaine
In 1982, Cleveland Cavaliers lose 24th consecutive game (NBA record)
In 1982, George Harrison releases "Gone Troppo" album
In 1983, C & E Shoemaker discover asteroid #3285 Ruth Wolfe
In 1983, NY Rangers & Quebec Nordiques both score in 1st 14 secs of 3rd period
In 1983, Orbiter Discovery (OV-103) moves overland to Dryden
In 1983, Osservatorio San Vittore discovers asteroid #3744
In 1985, "News" opens at Helen Hayes Theater NYC for 4 performances
In 1986, E Bowell discovers asteroid #5555 Wimberly
In 1986, K Suzuki & T Urata discover asteroid #4998
In 1987, "Into the Woods" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 764 performances
In 1987, France performs nuclear test
In 1987, Iceberg twice size of Rhode Island sighted in Antarctic
In 1987, South Africa ANC-leader Govan Mbeki freed
In 1987, Stephen Sondheim/James Lapine's musical "Into the Stars," premieres
In 1987, Supreme Court nominee Douglas H Ginsburg admitted using marijuana
In 1988, Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Alysheba, Gt Communicator, Gulch,
In 1988, 1st NBA game at Bradley Center, Milw Bucks lose to LA Clippers 111-91(?)
In 1988, 1st NBA game at Miami Arena, Miami Heat loss to LA Clippers, 111-91(?)
In 1988, 1st NBA game at Palace of Auburn Hills, Pistons beat Hornets 94-85
In 1988, Cornell confirms grad student source of worst computer sabotage
In 1988, France performs nuclear test
In 1988, Gulch wins Breeder's Cup
In 1988, Is It True, Miesque, Open Mind, Personal Ensign at Churchill Downs
In 1988, Japan beats MLB all stars 2-1 in Tokyo (Game 1 of 7)
In 1988, Y Kushida & O Muramatsu discover asteroid #5473 Yamanashi
In 1989, "Threepenny Opera" opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater NYC for 65 perfs
In 1989, 19th NYC Women's Marathon won by Ingrid Kristiansen in 2:25:30
In 1989, 20th NYC Marathon won by Juma Ikangaa in 2:08:01
In 1989, Browns' Bernie Kosar sets club record of 16 cons pass completions
In 1989, Elaine Crosby wins LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic
In 1989, US plays El Salvador, in 3rd round of 1990 world soccer cup
In 1991, Kiichi Miyazawa elected premier of Japan
In 1991, Richard J Kerr, ends term as acting director of CIA
In 1992, "Show Off" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 45 performances
In 1992, Bobby Fisher beats Boris Spassky to with Chess title in Belgrade
In 1993, 1st NBA game in Alamodome, San Antonio Spurs beat Warriors 91-85
In 1993, R H McNaught discovers asteroid #7135 & #7660
In 1994, Horse Racing Breeders' Cup Champs: Barathea, Cherokee Run, Concern,
In 1994, Flanders, One Dreamer, Tikkanen, Timber Country
In 1994, George Foreman KOs Michael Moorer in 10 for heavyweight boxing title
In 1994, Space probe Ulyssus completes 1st passage behind the Sun
In 1994, Tony Rominger bicycles world record time (55,291 km)
In 1994, Yak-40 accident in north of Peru, 8 killed
In 1995, 1st NBA game at General Motors Place, Vancouver Grizzlies beat Minn
In 1995, George Foreman beats Michael Moorer to win WBA/IBF boxing title
In 1995, STS 73 (Columbia 18), lands
In 1995, Timberwolves 100-98 in OT
In 1995, Woo-Soon Ko wins LPGA Toray Japan Queens Cup Golf Tournament
In 1996, Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is the unanimous choice as AL Rookie of
In 1997, 2 hours after Davey Johnson resigns, he is named AL Manager of Year
In 1997, Bardot, to pay the former screen star $8,300 in damages
In 1997, French court orders producer Jacques Charrier, ex-husband of Brigitte
In 1997, T Kobayashi discovers asteroid #8233

Holidays
[Denmark] Esbjerg Cup-World's largest ice skating championship
[El Salvador] 1st Cry for Independence (1811)
[England] Guy Fawkes Day
[Liberia] Thanksgiving Day
[Sweden] All Saints Day
[Virgin Islands] Liberty Day
[World] World Community Day (1945) (pray for peace)

Observances
In 1103, [Christian] Feast of Martin de Porres & Holy Relics
[Christian-Sweden] All Saints Day
[Christian] World Community Day (pray for peace)
[RC] Commemoration of St Bertilla, virgin
[RC] Elisabeth & Zacharia, parents of John de Doper
[RC] Odrada, lady of Brabant
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