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Historical Events for 8th September 2016

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1860 – Loss of paddle steamer “Lady Elgin” on Lake Michigan approximately 300 people drowned
1937 – Pan Arab conference about Palestine opens
1951 – Japan signs peace treaty with 48 countries (SF)
1953 – Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fulgeno corona
1957 – 77th U.S. Men’s National Championship: Malcolm Anderson beats Ashley Cooper (10-8, 7-5, 6-4)
1958 – Mickey Wright wins LPGA Dallas Golf Open
1973 – Billy Martin named manager of Texas Rangers
1985 – Alayson Gibbons sets 24 hr women swim record of 42.05 mi in 25 m pool
1991 – Buffalo Bill Jim Kelly passes for 6 touchdowns vs Pitts (52-34)
1992 – Howard Stern Radio Show begins broadcasting in Dallas (KGEL-FM 97.1)

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Historical Events for 7th September 2016

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1714 – Treaty of Baden: Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI and France, ends War of Spanish Succession, French retain Alsace, Austria gets bank of Rhine
1812 – Battle at Borodino: Napoleon-Kutuzov
1897 – George Davis (Giants) HR off Sport McAllister (Spiders) in DH
1904 – British forces in Tibet force the 13th Dalai Lama to sign a treaty granting Britain trading posts in Tibet and a guarantee that Tibet will not concede territory to foreign powers
1939 – Radio NY Worldwide-WRUL begins radio transmission
1950 – Monasteries shut down in Hungary
1966 – KTNE TV channel 13 in Alliance, NB (PBS) begins broadcasting
1978 – 1st game of Boston Massacre, Yanks beat Red Sox 15-3
1985 – 105th Women’s U.S. Open: Hana Mandlikova beats Martina Navratilova (7-6, 1-6, 7-6)
1987 – Rosie Jones wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic

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Historical Events for 6th September 2016

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1690 – King Wiliam III escapes back to England
1913 – 19th US Golf Amateur Championship won by Jerry Travers
1920 – 40th U.S. Men’s National Championship: Bill Tilden beats Bill Johnston (6-1, 1-6, 7-5, 5-7, 6-3)
1924 – Charles Paddock captures 100 and 200 yd AAU national senior outdoor track and field championships
1939 – World War II: The Battle of Barking Creek.
1943 – Carl Scheib becomes youngest pitcher in AL (16y 8 ms) of the A’s
1970 – Palestinians seize 3 airiners
1980 – College football longest losing streak of 50 games ends for
1986 – Attack on synagogue in Istanbul, 23 killed
1994 – Actor Jackson Pinckney awarded $487,000 for being partially blinded by Jean-Claude Van Damme during filming of “Cyborg”

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