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THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016
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APRIL 14
Peter Galvin was born.
1828 - NoahWebster copyrighted the
first edition of his dictionary.
1865 - Abraham Lincoln was
assassinated by JohnWilkes Booth.
APRIL 15
Phil Goldfeder was born.
Kelly Kalisak was born.
CatherineMurphy was born.
1912 - Titanic sank off the coast of
Newfoundland on its maiden voyage
after it struck an iceberg.
1947 - Jackie Robinson made his
Brooklyn Dodger debut and scored
the game-winning run. On April 15,
1997, his number, 42, was retired.
APRIL 16
1972 - China sent President Nixon
two giant pandas as a gift.
1999 - Hockey great Wayne Gretzky
announced his retirement.
APRIL 17
Robert Zimmer was born.
1969 - Sirhan Sirhan was convicted
for themurder of Robert F. Kennedy.
1970 - The Apollo 13 astronauts
safely splashed down after their near-
disastrous flight.
APRIL 18
Alison Kase was born.
1775 - Paul Revere rode from
Charlestown to Lexington to warn
Massachusetts colonists of the arrival
of British troops during the American
Revolution.
1906 - The Great San Francisco
Earthquake destroyed over 4 sq mi.
and killed over 500 people.
1968 - London Bridge was sold to an
American. It was rebuilt in Arizona.
APRIL 19
Jay Ferriola was born.
Christina O’Shea was born.
Kathleen Straub was born.
1897 -The first BostonMarathon was
run.
1995 - The Alfred P. Murrah Federal
Building in Oklahoma City, Okla.,
was destroyed by a car bomb. 168
people, including 19 children were
killed in the worst terrorist attack in
U.S. history up to that time.
APRIL 20
Erika Farrell was born.
Raymond Scott was born.
1912 - The Boston Red Sox played
their first game at Fenway Park. They
beat the N.Y. Highlanders (who in
1913 would become known as the
Yankees) 7-6.
2008 - Danica Patrick won the Indy
Japan 300, becoming the first woman
to win an IndyCar race.
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