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Charles Cooper (1926–2013) Star Trek V and Star Trek Voyager

Laurel Goodwin 76 - The Cage (1966) ... Yeoman J.M. Colt

1807 David Rice Atchison, American politician (possibly served as President of
the United States on March 3, 1849), born in Lexington, Kentucky (d. 1886)

1921 Alex Haley, American writer (Autobiography of Malcolm X, Roots), born in
Ithaca, New York (d. 1992)

1943 Abigail Folger, American heiress and Manson murder victim (d. 1969)

1950 Steve Wozniak, American pioneer of the personal computer revolution of the
1970s and co-founder of Apple Computer, born in San Jose, California

1953 Hulk Hogan, [Terry Bollea], WWF heavyweight champion (1984-89), born in
Augusta, Georgia


1863 Cambodia becomes French protectorate

1877 Asaph Hall discovers Mars's moon Deimos

1885 $100,000 raised in US for pedestal for Statue of Liberty

1909 SOS 1st used by an American ship, Arapahoe, off Cape Hatteras, NC

1919 Green Bay Packers football club founded by George Calhoun and Curly Lambeau
- named after sponsor Indian Packing Company

1919 Weimar Republic begins in Germany

1929 Persia & Iraq sign friendship treaty

1934 1st federal prisoners arrive at Alcatraz in San Francisco Bay

1943 US amphibians land at Brolo on north coast of Sicily

1945 Allies refuse Japan's offer to surrender on the condition that Emperor
Hirohito retains his status

1950 Ethel Rosenberg testifies before grand jury on allegations of spying for
the Soviet Union

1951 1st televised baseball game in color, on WCBS in New York City (Boston Braves
beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 8-1)

1956 Elvis Presley releases "Don't Be Cruel"

1966 Last Beatle concert tour of US begins

1968 Beatles launch "Apple Records" label

1973 "American Graffiti", directed by George Lucas, opens in cinemas across the
United States

1975 US vetoes proposed admission of North & South Vietnam to UN

1976 Keith Moon, drummer for Who, collapses & is hospitalized in Miami

1984 During a radio voice test, US President Reagan jokes he "signed legislation
that would outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in 5 minutes."

1989 Voyager 2 discovers 2 partial rings of Neptun

2016 A Greenland shark declared oldest vertebrate animal in the world at 392
years by international team of scientists

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