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18.07.02 14:48

4969 Postings, 7393 Tage chreil ### Fussballfreies Tagesrätsel ###

Herzlich Willkommen beim Gedenktag-Rätsel aus meinem Abreisskalender. Dieses Rätsel dient der Einhaltung der gesetzlich vorgeschriebenen 1,5%-Kulturcontentquote. Letzte Woche ging es um Kardinal Mazarin, und das war scheinbar einfach.

Nun zur heutigen Frage: Was geschah heute vor 450 Jahren, am 18. Juli 1552???

Viel Spaß, los geht's!

(Und nicht wieder meckern, wenn Du es nicht weisst, Thomaldo! *g*)



 

18.07.02 14:51

1278 Postings, 7659 Tage Spacy-TracyDa stand die Telekomaktie bei 40 DM. o.T.

18.07.02 14:53

580 Postings, 6665 Tage sash2811Kaiser Rudolf II wurde geboren o.T.

18.07.02 14:56

6045 Postings, 7120 Tage jack303.

Der Sohn Kaiser Maximilians II. wurde am 18. Juli 1552 in Wien geboren  

18.07.02 14:59

6045 Postings, 7120 Tage jack303.............


On July 18...

199th day of year with 166 days left (Numerology = 7)

Happy Birthday to:
In 1340, Philip van Artevelde, wine salesman/lord lt of Flanders
In 1534, Zacharias Ursinus, German theologist (Heidelberger Catechism)
In 1552, Rudolf II, of Habsburg, emperor of Germany (1576-1612)
In 1634, Joannes Camphuys, governor-general of Dutch-Indies (1684-91)
In 1635, Robert Hooke, Isle of Wight, physicist (Micrographia)
In 1670, Giovanni Battista Bononcini, Italian (opera)composer
In 1711, Pierre-Joseph Le Blan, composer
In 1720, Gilbert White, "father of British naturalists"
In 1766, Friedrich Fleischmann, composer
In 1796, Feargus O'Connor, County Cork, leader of English Chartists
In 1810, Peter Singer, composer
In 1811, William Makepeace Thackeray, England, Victorian novelist (Vanity Fair)
In 1823, Leonard Fulton Ross, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1901
In 1827, Pierre L Goossens, archbishop of Mechelen/Cardinal
In 1848, William Gilbert Grace, Victorian England's greatest cricketer
In 1853, Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Holland, physicist (Nobel 1902)
In 1862, Napoleon V Bonaparte, French pretender to throne
In 1862, Nikolaj N Yudenitcch, Russian general/counter-revolutionary
In 1864, Ricarda Huch, writer
In 1865, Laurence Housman, England, author/playwright (Victoria Regina)
In 1870, Emil Mlynarski, composer
In 1871, Giacomo Balla, Italian painter (Dog at a Rope)
In 1872, Julius Fucik, composer
In 1880, Elisabeth of Saint Drie?enheid, [Catez], French mystic (Souvenirs)
In 1880, Otto Vrieslander, composer
In 1882, Manuel Galvez, Argentina writer/poet/historian (Paraguay)
In 1887, Vidkun Al Quisling, Norwegian minister of Defense/premier (1942-45)
In 1888, Alexander Rosemeier, Indonesian/Dutch painter
In 1888, Sydney Horler, English detective writer
In 1890, Charles Wilson, Pres of General Motors (1940-53)/Sec of Def (1953-57)
In 1890, Francis Forde, 15th Australian Prime Minister (1945)
In 1891, Gene Lockhart, NYC, actor (Going My Way, Christmas Carol)
In 1893, Josef Huttel, composer
In 1893, Richard Dix, St Paul MN, actor (10 Commandments, Cimarron)
In 1894, Bernard Wagenaar, Arnhem Holland, composer (3 Songs for Chinese)
In 1895, Marie Ney, London England, actress (Brief Ecstasy, Simba, Witchcraft)
In 1898, Herbert Marcuse, Berlin, communist philosopher (Eros & Civilization)
In 1898, John Stuart, Edinburgh Scotland, actor (Number 17)
In 1899, Willem Kernkamp, Dutch minister of Colonies (Islam & Woman)
In 19--, Art Holiday, Hartford Conn, actor (Eddie-White Shadow)
In 19--, Danny Vaughn, Staten Island NY, rocker (Tyketto-Wings)
In 19--, Darlene Conley, actress (Trixie-General Hospital, Bold & Beautiful)
In 1902, Charles W J Mengelberg, Dutch composer/conductor
In 1902, Nathalie Sarraute, [Cherniak], Russian/French playwright
In 1903, Bozidar Kunc, composer
In 1903, Chill Wills, Seagoville Texas, actor (Fronteir Circus, Rounders)
In 1906, Belle Stewart, singer
In 1906, Clifford Odets, US, dramatist (1961 Award of Merit-Golden Boy)
In 1906, S I Hayakawa, (Sen-R-CA), educator (Language in Action)
In 1907, Yvonne Desportes, composer
In 1909, Andrei Gromyko, USSR, diplomat/USSR President (1985-89) [7/5 OS]
In 1909, Harriet Hilliard Nelson, actress (Ozzie & Harriet)
In 1909, Lupe Velez, [Guadelupe Velez de Villabos], actress (Joe Palooka)
In 1911, Alexander Hyatt-King, scholar (Mozart)
In 1911, Hume Cronyn, London Ontario, actor (World According to Garp, Cocoon)
In 1912, Harry Levin, literary Scholar
In 1912, Henry L "Hank" Miller, US pilot/lt adm (WW II-Pacific)
In 1913, Jan Slot, Dutch mayor (Eethen/Hardenberg/Ede)
In 1913, Marvin Miller, St Louis Mo, actor (Space Patrol, Millionaire)
In 1913, Red Skelton, [Richard], Vincennes Ind, comedian (Red Skelton Show)
In 1914, Harriet Hilliard Nelson, Des Moines, singer/actress (Ozzie & Harriet)
In 1914, Herbert Collum, composer
In 1914, John G Bearer, writer (Metro, Drunken Canary, Fast Heartbeat)
In 1914, Jozef MLT Cals, Dutch premier (KVP, Mammoth Law)
In 1914, Mack Robinson, US, 200m dash (Olympic-silver-1932)
In 1915, Anthony Cox, English architect
In 1915, Isaack Stouten, resistance fighter
In 1916, Isaac [Ietje] A Diepenhorst, Dutch lawyer/minister of Education
In 1916, Kenneth Armitage, English sculptor
In 1918, Jane Frazee, Duluth Minn, actress/singer (Alice-Beulah)
In 1918, Nelson Mandela, Qunu S Africa, political prisoner (ANC)/Pres (1994- )
In 1918, Pamela Brown, England, actress (Alice in Wonderland, Dracula)
In 1920, Dolph Sweet, actor (Gil McGowan-Another World)
In 1921, John H Glenn Jr, Cambridge OH, astronaut (Mer 7, sk:STS 95)/(Sen-D-Oh)
In 1923, Hector Tosar, composer
In 1924, Howard Roberts, Burlington NJ, choral director (Leslie Uggams Show)
In 1924, Inge S?rensen, Denmark, 200m breaststroke (Olympic-bronze-1936)
In 1924, John Cruickshank, French scholar
In 1925, George Doggart, cricketer (2 Tests for England 1950)/MCC pres
In 1925, Jaime de Mora y Arag¢n, actor/publicist (Last Judgement)
In 1925, Shirley Strickland de la Hunty, Australia, 100m dash (Oly-bronze-1948)
In 1926, Bryan Johnson, singer/actor
In 1926, Jane Hylton, London England, actress (Adv of Sir Lancelot, Daybreak)
In 1926, Richard Pasco, English actor (Gorgon, Arch of Triumph)
In 1927, Kurt Masur, German actor (Hotel Deutschland)
In 1927, Ludwig Harig, writer
In 1927, Zin Harris, cricketer (father of Chris NZ batsman in 50's & 60's)
In 1928, Simon Vinkenoog, Dutch writer
In 1929, "Screamin' Jay" Hawkins, Cleveland, rocker (I Put a Spell on You)
In 1929, Dick Totten Button, Englewood NJ, figure skater (Olympic-gold-48, 52)
In 1929, Michael Medwin, English actor (Four in a Jeep, Scrooge, Checkpoint)
In 1930, Siegfried Kurz, composer
In 1931, "Papa" Dee Allen, Wilmington DE, percussionist (War-World is a Ghetto)
In 1933, Aad Nuis, Dutch writer/undersecretary of Education (D66)
In 1933, Raymund Murray Schafer, Sarnia Ontario, Canada, composer (Patria)
In 1933, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Zima Russia, poet (Bratsk Station)
In 1934, Edward Bond, English playwright/director (Blow-up)
In 1935, Tenley Albright, Boston Mass, figure skater (Olympic-gold-1952, 56)
In 1938, Britt Leach, Gadsen Ala, actor (Mickey-Spencer's Pilots)
In 1938, Dudu Pukwana, [Mtutuzel], South African/British saxophonist/composer
In 1938, Paul Verhoeven, director (Basic Instinct, Total Recall)
In 1939, Brian Auger, London, fusion keyboardist (Befour, Genesis)
In 1939, Dion DiMucci, Bronx, rocker (Dion & Belmonts-Teenager in Love)
In 1939, Hunter Thompson, Louisville Ky, writer (Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas)
In 1940, James Brolin, LA Calif, actor (Dr Kiley-Marcus Welby, Peter-Hotel)
In 1940, Joseph Torre, outfield/manager (Braves, Mets, 1971 NL MVP)
In 1941, Jack Jersey, [de Nijs], Indonesian/Dutch singer/producer
In 1941, Lonnie Mack, Aurora Indiana, rocker (Baby What's Wrong)
In 1941, Marcia Jones Smoke, Okla, 500m kayak (Olympic-bronze-1964)
In 1941, Martha Reeves, Detroit Mich, singer (& Vandellas-Dancing in St)
In 1942, Alexander EHAML, prince of the Belgians/son of Leopold III
In 1943, Bobby Sherman, Santa Monica Calif, singer (Shindig, Here Comes Brides)
In 1943, Calvin Peete, Detroit MI, PGA golfer (1979 Greater Milwaukee Open)
In 1943, Robin McDonald, Scotland, rock guitarist (Billy J Kramer & Dakotas)
In 1944, David Hemery, English 400m-hurdler (Oly-gold-1968) [or 1948]
In 1944, Jonelle Allen, NYC, actress (Bessie-Palmerstown USA, Berringers)
In 1945, Danny McCullock, London, rocker (Animals)
In 1946, Tim Lynch, rocker (Flaming Groovies)
In 1947, Ayn Rumen, Bkln NY, actress (Janet-McLean Stevenson Show)
In 1947, Kurt Mann, Roslyn NY, actor (Bad Penny)
In 1947, Steve Forbes, US businessman, presidential hopeful In 1948, Cesar Zuiderwijk, Dutch rock drummer (Golden Earring, Radar Love)
In 1948, Phil Harris, rocker (Ace)
In 1949, Dennis Lillee, Australian cricket fast bowler (1971-84)
In 1950, Richard Branson, British music enterperneur (Virgin Atlantic)
In 1951, Bruce Alan Lietzke, Kansas City KS, PGA golfer (1978 Canadian Open)
In 1952, James Forbes, basketball player (Olympic-silver-1972)
In 1953, Peter Greenall, English brewer (Greenall Witley)
In 1954, Imtiaz Ali, cricketer (brother of Inshan One Test WI v India 1976)
In 1954, Ricky Skaggs, Cordell Ky, country singer (Heartbroke, Toy Hearts)
In 1954, Robert Cameron, CFL punter (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
In 1954, Tobias Picker, composer
In 1955, Teresa Ann Savoy, London England, actress (Caligula)
In 1955, Vitali Viktorovich Savitsky, biologist/politician
In 1957, Nicholas Alexander Faldo, England, PGA golfer (1992 British Open)
In 1958, Margo [AM] Vliegenthart, Dutch 2nd Chamber member (PvdA)
In 1958, Nigel Twist, Manchester, rock drummer (Alarm-In the Summertime)
In 1959, Audrey Landers, Phila, actress (Afton-Dallas, Chorus Line)
In 1960, Anne-Marie Johnson, LA Calif, actress (In the Heat of the Night)
In 1961, Elizabeth McGovern, Evanston Ill, actress (Once Upon a Time in Amer)
In 1962, Engelbert Linder, hockey defenseman (Team Austria 1998)
In 1962, Jensen Buchanan, Montgomery AL, actress (Vicky/Marley-Another World)
In 1963, Lonnie Young, NFL safety/cornerback (NY Jets)
In 1964, Susan Marie Snyder, actress (Julie-As the World Turns)
In 1965, Robert Holland, CFL defensive back (BC Lions)
In 1965, Yugi Iga, hockey forward (Team Japan 1998)
In 1966, Dan[iel Dion] O'Brien, Portland Oregon, decathelete (Olympic-gold-96)
In 1967, Jeff Lageman, NFL defensive end (Jacksonville Jaguars)
In 1970, Dusty Imoo, hockey goaltender (Team Japan 1998)
In 1970, John Kalin, CFL safety (Calgary Stampeders)
In 1970, Margaret Langford, Vancouver BC, canoeist (Olympics-96)
In 1970, Patrick Dancy, TV rocker (Guys Next Door-I Was Made For You)
In 1971, Kristi Coats, LPGA golfer (1995 Ping/Welch-66th)
In 1972, Anfernee "Penny" Hardaway, Memphis, NBA guard (Orlando, Oly-gold-96)
In 1972, Bernard Williams, NFL tackle (Phila Eagles)
In 1972, Bruce Walker, NFL nose tackle (NE Patriots)
In 1974, Derek Anderson, NBA guard (Cleveland Cavaliers)
In 1979, Julie Gulbrandsen, Miss Arizona Teen USA (1997)
In 1994, Ricardo Dela Corte, Italy, test tube baby born to oldest (62) mother

Sorry to see these people go:
In , Arnulf, bishop of Metz (614-640)/politician, dies at about 58
In 1100, Godfried IV van Bouillon, count of Antwerp, dies
In 1374, Francesco Petrarch, Italian poet (Italia Mia), dies at 69
In 1544, Ren? van Chalon, viceroy of Holland, dies in battle at 25
In 1591, Jakob Handl, [Petelin], Austrian composer/bandmaster, dies at 40
In 1608, Joachim III Frederik, ruler (Brandenburg), dies at 61
In 1639, Bernard, duke of Saksen-Weimar (Rheinfelden), dies
In 1642, Willem earl of Nassau-Siegen, gov of Ft Emmerik/Heusden, dies
In 1650, Christoph Scheiner, German astronomer, dies at 74
In 1695, Joannes Camphuys, gov-gen of Dutch-Indies, dies at 61
In 1710, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Ital painter, dies at 36
In 1721, Jean Antoine Watteau, French painter, dies
In 1735, Johann Krieger, composer, dies at 83
In 1817, Jane Austen, writer, dies
In 1831, Thomas Greatorex, composer, dies at 72
In 1833, Joseph Comb, missionary to Moluccas, dies at 63
In 1854, Abbas Hilmi I, viceroy of Egypt, dies at about 41
In 1863, William Dorsey Pender, US Confederate gen-mjr, dies of injuries at 29
In 1872, Benito Ju rez, Cuban justice/general (battle of Acapulco), dies at 66
In 1892, Thomas Cook, English tour director (Thomas Cook & Son), dies at 83
In 1894, Leconte de Lisle, writer, dies at 75
In 1898, Emil Hartmann, composer, dies at 62
In 1899, Horatio Alger Jr, Amer clergyman/author (Disagreeeable Woman), dies
In 1901, Alfredo Carlo Piatti, composer, dies at 79
In 1902, John White, composer, dies at 47
In 1908, Jaime Nuno, composer, dies at 83
In 1915, George William Louis Marshall-Hall, composer, dies at 53
In 1938, Vladimir M Kirshon, Russian playwright, executed at 35
In 1939, Witold Maliszewski, composer, dies at 65
In 1941, Dionyssios Lavrangas, composer, dies at 80
In 1944, George A Hartland, English MP (Norwich 1931-35), dies at 60
In 1944, Thomas Sturge Moore, English poet (Centaurs' Booty), dies at 74
In 1949, V¡tezslav Augustin R Nov k, Slovak composer (Profundis), dies at 78
In 1950, Carl Clinton Van Doren, US literary (The Nation), dies at 64
In 1956, Willem J A Kerncamp, Dut overseas minister (Islam & Woman), dies at 57
In 1958, Henry Farman, French aviation pioneer (double decker), dies at 84
In 1958, John Gobau, Flem/Dutch actor (Death of Business Traveller), dies at 67
In 1961, Kit Guard, dies of cancer at 67
In 1963, A H C Cooper, S Africa cricketer (Test v England 1914), dies
In 1965, Shalva Mikhailovich Taktakishvili, composer, dies at 64
In 1966, Bobby Fuller, rocker (I Fought the Law), found dead at 22
In 1966, German Germanovich Galinin, composer, dies at 44
In 1967, Humberto de Alencar Castelo Branco, Brazil pres (1964-87), dies at 66
In 1969, Barbara Pepper, actress (Doris Ziffel-Green Acres), dies at 57
In 1970, Lucien H d'Azambuja, Fren astronomer (chromosphere of Sun), dies at 86
In 1973, Jack Hawkins, actor (Ben Hur, Ben-Four Just Men), dies at 62
In 1975, Federico Ghisi, composer, dies at 74
In 1980, Naoomal Jeoomal, cricketer (3 Tests for India 1932-34, 108 runs), dies
In 1981, Wilhelm HC Tenhaeff, Dutch para-psychologist, dies at 87
In 1984, James Oliver Huberty, shot by police after killing 21 in McDonalds
In 1986, Stanley Rous, British soccer official, dies at 91
In 1987, Gilberto Freye, Brazilian sociologist/writer, dies at 87
In 1988, Nico, US model/pop singer (Velvet Underground), dies at 43
In 1989, Donnie Moore, pitcher (Angels), shoots himself at 35
In 1989, Rebecca Schaeffer, actress (My Sister Sam), is shot by a fan at 21
In 1990, Georges Dargaud, French publisher (Asterix, Kuifje), dies at 78
In 1990, Karl Menninger, psychatrist (Menninger Clinic), dies at 96 of cancer
In 1991, Andr? Cools, Belgian budget minister, murdered at 63
In 1991, Harold Butler, cricketer (2 Tests for England 1947-48, 12 wkts), dies
In 1992, Jan Pelleboer, Dutch meteorologist, dies
In 1992, Mollie Parnis, fashion designer (Mamie Eisenhower), dies
In 1992, Rudolf Ising, cartoonist (Looney Tunes, Merrie Melodies), dies at 88
In 1992, Viktor Louis, Russian journalist, dies
In 1993, Jean Negulesco, director (3 Coins in a Fountain), dies at 93
In 1993, John Beck, US producer (Harvey, Singing Nun), dies at 83
In 1993, Robert Davis, dies of emphysema at 76
In 1993, Sergei Y Vozovikov, Russian major/cosmonaut, dies in accident at 35
In 1993, Vladimir Pavlovich Barmin, Chief designer of Soviet launch pads, dies
In 1994, Gottfried Reinhardt, [Goldmann], German/US director, dies at 83
In 1995, Fabio Casartelli, Italian olympian (Oly-gold-92), dies at 24
In 1996, Hans Fellner, bookseller, dies at 71
In 1997, Eugene Shoemaker, astronomer (Shoemaker-Levy comet), dies at 69


Events
In , -BC- Battle of Allia-Gauls inflict heavy casualties on Romans
In , Great Fire of Rome begins (Nero didn't fiddle)
In 1290, King Edward I of England orders expulsion of Jews
In 1330, Battle of Velbuzd
In 1536, Pope's authority declared void in England
In 1572, Willem van Orange recognized as viceroy of Holland/Friesland/Utrecht
In 1588, Admiral Howard beats Spanish Armada
In 1630, Spanish troops occupy Mantua
In 1656, -20] Battle at Warsaw: Swedish king Karel X Gustaafbeats Johan II
In 1656, Kasimir & occupies Warsaw
In 1696, Czar Peter I's fleet occupies Azov at mouth of Don River
In 1716, Decree orders all Jews expelled from Brussels
In 1737, Battle at Banja Luka: Turkish army beats Austrians
In 1743, 1st half-page newspaper ad is published (NY Weekly Journal)
In 1753, Lemuel Haynes, escapes from slave holder in Framingham Mass
In 1766, Society of the Dutch Literary forms
In 1768, Boston Gazette publishes "Liberty Song," America's 1st patriotic song
In 1814, British capture Prairie du Chien (Wisc)
In 1853, American railroad between Portland, Maine & Montreal
In 1853, Completion of Grand Trunk Line, trains begin running over 1st North
In 1861, Battle of Blackburn's Ford, VA US57 CS68 - Manassas -
In 1862, Battle of Newburgh, IN - captured by Union forces
In 1863, Battle of Fort Wagner, SC - Second assault US1500 CS174
In 1864, President Lincoln asks for 500,000 volunteers for milt service
In 1870, Pontifical infalliability proclaimed
In 1872, Britain introduces secret ballot voting
In 1882, Louisville Tony Mullane is 1st to pitch righty then lefty
In 1893, Harry Graham scores 107 on cricket debut Australia v England, Lord's
In 1896, 2nd US Golf Open: James Foulis shoots a 152 at Shinnecock Hills NY
In 1896, George Giffen is 1st to complete 1000/100 double, in 30th Test Cricket
In 1896, Ranjitsinhji completes 154* on Test Cricket debut v Aust, Old Trafford
In 1897, 3rd US Golf Open: James Foulis wins
In 1897, Cap Anson, is 1st to get 3,000 hits
In 1904, P Gotz discovers asteroid #538 Friederike
In 1907, Florenz Ziegfeld's "Follies of 1907," premieres in NYC
In 1907, French troops occupy Casablanca
In 1912, Chic Cubs get 21 hits but lose to Phila Phillies in 11 innings
In 1913, After 68 straight innings Christy Mathewson gives up a walk
In 1914, US army air service 1st comes into being, in Signal Corps
In 1915, 2nd Battle of Isonzo begins & ends with loss of 280,000 men
In 1915, Boston Braves start move from last place to become world series champs
In 1918, US & French forces launch Aisne-Marne offensive in WW I
In 1921, Black Sox trial begins in Chicago
In 1923, England's House of Lords accepts new divorce law
In 1924, KPD points out Rote Frontk?mpferbund against Nazi
In 1925, Hitler publishes Mein Kampf
In 1927, Ty Cobb's 4,000th career hit
In 1930, SHO soccer team forms in Old Beijerland
In 1931, 1st air-conditioned ship (Mariposa) launched
In 1932, Belgium, Luxembourg & Netherlands sign Unity treaty
In 1932, US & Canada sign a treaty to develop St Lawrence Seaway
In 1935, Amsterdam city council accept city growth plan through the year 2000
In 1936, Spanish Civil War begins, Gen Fran?isco Franco led uprising
In 1938, Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan arrives in Ireland-left NY for Calif
In 1940, 1st successful helicopter flight, Stratford, Ct
In 1940, British govt signs Bruma law under Japanese pressure
In 1940, Democratic Convention nominates FDR for a 3rd term
In 1941, SS drowns 40 Jews in Dvina River, Belorussia
In 1942, 1st legal NJ horse race in 50 years; Garden State Park track opens
In 1942, Messerschmitt Me 262 Schwalbe, 1st jet fighter, takes 1st flight
In 1943, British assault on Catania Sicily
In 1943, Giants & Phillies strand record 30 baserunners, NY wins, 10-6
In 1944, 7:45 Operation-Goodwood: British assault east of Caen
In 1944, Allies air raid railways at Vaires Paris
In 1944, Arne Andersson runs world record 1 mile (4:01.6)
In 1944, British Mosquito's attack Cologne & Berlin
In 1944, British air raid on German convoy SW of Helgoland
In 1944, British troops occupy Bourqu?bus hill range Normandy
In 1944, Polish troops under gen Anders occupy Ancona Italy
In 1944, US troop march into St-L?
In 1947, British seize "Exodus 1947" ship of Jewish immigrants to Palestine
In 1947, King George VI signs Indian Independence Bill
In 1947, President Truman signs Presidential Succession Act
In 1947, Tigers shut out Yanks 2-0, end 19 game win streak
In 1947, US begins administering Trust Territory of Pacific Islands
In 1948, "Marinka" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 168 performances
In 1948, Pat Seerey of Chicago White Sox hits 4 HRs in a game
In 1948, White Sox Fat Pat Seerey, hits 4 HRs in 11 inning game
In 1951, Jersey Joe Walcott KOs Ezzard Charles in 7 for hw boxing title
In 1951, Jersey Joe Walcott at 37 becomes oldest to win heavyweight champion
In 1951, Uruguay accepts its constitution
In 1952, KWGN TV channel 2 in Denver, CO (IND) begins broadcasting
In 1954, Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Inverness Four-Ball Golf Tournament
In 1954, Cards losing 8-1 to Phillies begin stalling in 5th, they forfeit game
In 1955, 1st electric power generated from atomic energy sold commercially
In 1955, 280 mm rain in Martinstown, Dorset (UK-record)
In 1956, Ern? Ger? succeeds Matyas R kosi as party leader of Hungary
In 1959, 1st black to win a major golf tournament (William Wright)
In 1960, 1st UN troops reach Congo
In 1960, Baseball's NL votes to add Houston & NY franchises
In 1960, Premier Kishi of Japan, resigns
In 1961, Commissioner Ford Frick rules Babe Ruth's record of 60 HR in 154-game
In 1961, sched in 1927, must be broken in 1st 154 of 162 games
In 1962, & Harmon Killebrew connect in a club-record, 11-run 1st inning
In 1962, Minn Twins Bob Allison & Harmon Killebrew hit grand slams in 1st inn
In 1962, Minn is 1st AL team to hit 2 grand slams in an inning as Bob Allison
In 1963, Failed military coup in Syria
In 1964, Race riot in Harlem (NYC); riots spread to Bedford-Stuyvesant (Bkln)
In 1965, Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Yankee Golf Open
In 1965, Zond 3 launched to fly by Moon, enters solar orbit
In 1966, Carl Sagan turns 1 billion seconds old
In 1966, Gemini 10 launched (John Young & Michael Collins)
In 1967, Silver hits record $1.87 an ounce in NY
In 1968, C Torres & S Cofre discovers asteroid #1973 Colocolo,
In 1968, #1974 Caupolican, #1992 Galvarino, #2028 Janequeo, #4878 & #5659
In 1968, C Torres discovers asteroid #2654 Ristenpart
In 1968, Intel incorporates
In 1969, Joe Namath agrees to sell interest in Bachelors 3, to stay in NFL
In 1970, "Boy Friend" closes at Ambassador Theater NYC after 119 performances
In 1970, Arthur Brown arrested for stripping on stage in Palemo Sicily
In 1970, Giants Willie Mays hits 3,000 homers
In 1970, Ron Hunt gets hit by a pitch for a record 119th time
In 1970, WJCL TV channel 22 in Savannah, GA (ABC) begins broadcasting
In 1970, Willie Mays, is 10th to get 3,000 hits
In 1971, Eddy Merckx wins his 3rd Tour de France
In 1972, 200,000 attend Mt Pocono rock festival in Penns
In 1972, Egypt president Sadat throws 20,000 Russian military aids out
In 1972, Mike Procter 8-73 with hat-trick, plus 51 & 102, Gloucs v Essex
In 1974, US performs nuclear Test at Nevada Test Site
In 1974, World's tallest structure, 646-m Polish radio mast, completed
In 1975, (1st athlete indicted for excessive violence during play)
In 1975, Jury can't decide on trial of Dave Forbes of Boston Bruins
In 1976, "Something's Afoot" closes at Lyceum Theater NYC after 61 performances
In 1976, Judy Rankin wins LPGA Borden Golf Classic
In 1976, Lucien van Impe wins Tour de France
In 1976, Stockhausens "Sirius," premieres in NYC
In 1976, Thiokol conducts 2-min firing of space shuttle's SRB at Brigham, Ut
In 1977, Hugh Leonard's "Da," premieres in London
In 1977, Vietnam becomes member of UN
In 1978, Billy Martin suspends Reggie Jackson for not bunting
In 1978, Egyptian & Israeli officials begin 2 days of talks
In 1979, Gold hits record $303.85 an ounce in London
In 1979, USSR performs nuclear Test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
In 1980, Billy Joel's Glass Houses album tops charts
In 1980, Failed attack on Iran ex-premier Bakhtiar in Neuilly France
In 1980, Federal court voids Selective Service Act as it doesn't include women
In 1980, Quett Masire installed as president of Botswana
In 1980, Rohini 1, 1st Indian satellite, launches into orbit
In 1981, Part of Hyatt Regency Hotel KC caves in (113 killed)
In 1981, Poland communist party selects ex-party leader Edward Gierek
In 1982, "Blues in the Night" closes at Rialto Theater NYC after 53 perfs
In 1982, 111th British Golf Open: Tom Watson shoots a 284 at Royal Troon
In 1982, Sally Little wins LPGA Mayflower Golf Classic
In 1983, Despite being in 1st place in NL East, Phils fire manager Pat Corrales
In 1984, James Huberty kills 21 McDonald's patrons in San Ysidro Calif
In 1984, Walter F Mondale wins Democratic presidential nomination in SF
In 1985, USSR performs underground nuclear Test
In 1986, 115th British Golf Open: Greg Norman shoots a 280 at Turnberry Scotld
In 1986, Royals announce manager Dick Howser, 50, has a brain tumor
In 1986, Videotapes released showing Titanic's sinksen remains
In 1987, Molly Yard elected new pres of Natl Org for Women
In 1987, NY Yanks Don Mattingly ties record of HRs in 8 cons games
In 1988, Abu Nidal terrorists kill 9 on City of Poros cruise ship
In 1988, Shooting begins on "License to Kill"
In 1989, 48 cm rainfall at Rockport, West Virginia (state record)
In 1990, E F Helin discovers asteroid #5032
In 1991, Florida Marlins' logo unveiled
In 1991, H Debehogne discovers asteroid #6492 & #7942
In 1991, H E Holt discovers asteroid #6013
In 1991, Mike Tyson meets Miss Black America contestants
In 1992, Film critic Roger Ebert marries Chaz Hammel-Smith
In 1992, Helen Windsor (daughter of English prince Edward) weds Timothy Taylor
In 1992, Sharon Belden, of Fla, 25, crowned Miss World USA
In 1992, Singers Whitney Houston & Bobby Brown marry
In 1993, 122nd British Golf Open: Greg Norman shoots a 267 at Royal St George
In 1993, Afghanistan president Ishaq Khan & premier Nawaz Sharif resign
In 1993, Graeme Obree bicycles world record time (51,596 K)
In 1993, Hiromi Kobayash wins LPGA JAL Big Apple Golf Classic
In 1993, Liberal-Democratic Party loses Japan's parliamentary election
In 1994, Bomb attack on Jewish center AMIA in Buenos Aires, 86 killed
In 1994, Comet Shoemaker-Levy collides with Jupiter
In 1994, Court upholds NBA salary cap and draft rights
In 1994, Cranberries' Dolores O'Riordan, 22, weds Don Burton, 32
In 1994, Crayola announces introduction of scented crayons
In 1994, Houston Astros tie NL comeback record, trailing 10-0, beat Cards 15-12
In 1994, NY Jets sign USA soccer goalkeeper Tony Miola as a place kicker
In 1995, DC3 crashes at Antananarivo Madagaskar, 34 die
In 1999, 128th British Golf Open: at Camoustie Scot


Holidays
[Spain] Labor Day/National Day
[Uruguay] Constitution Day/Jura de la Constituci¢n (1951)


Observances
In 1614, [Old RC] Feast of St Camillus de Lellis, confessor
In 2002, [Jewish] Tisha B'Av (Av 9, 5762)
In 2021, [Jewish] Tisha B'Av (Av 9, 5781)
In 2032, [Jewish] Tisha B'Av (Av 10, 5792)
In 2051, [Jewish] Tisha B'Av (Av 9, 5811)
[RC] Arnold, Greek patron of citermakers
[RC] Camillus van Lellis, hospital orderly
[RC] Frederik I, bishop of Utrecht
[RC] Mark & Marcellianus, martyrs
[RC] Roberto, monastery founder/abbot of Soleto



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18.07.02 15:02

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Zur Erläuterung: Vor 450 Jahren, am 18. Juli 1552, wurde der deutsche Kaiser Rudolf II. in Wien geboren. Er residierte in Prag, wo er viel Zeit seinen künstlerischen und wissenschaftlichen Interessen widmete. Seine gegenreformatorischen Bestrebungen und seine zunehmende Inaktivität führten zu einer Verschwörung gegen ihn und er musste Ungarn, Mähren, Österreich und später auch Böhmen abtreten. Erinnert an Rudolf Scharping, oder?

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18.07.02 15:12

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