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 This day in History - January 25
393 Historic Events for January 25
1966

Pavel Torgajev, Nizhnij Novgorod, NHL left wing (Calgary Flames)

Birth
1966

Richie Lewis, US baseball pitcher (Florida Marlins)

Birth
1967

Mario Brunetta, hockey goaltender (Team Italy 1998)

Birth
1967

Marty Calder, St Catharine ON, 62 kg freestyle wrestler (Oly-12-92,96)

Birth
1967

Randy Mckay, Montreal, NHL right wing (NJ Devils)

Birth
1968

Virginia Maskell, actress (Only Two Can Play), dies at 31

Death
1968

Roosevelt Collins, WLAF DL (Amsterdam Admirals)

Birth
1968

Risse St in Bronx named

Event
1968

Robert Anderson's "I Never Sang for My Father," premieres in NYC

Event
1968

Lynette Brooky, NZ, golfer (NZ Open 1993/94)

Birth
1968

Tim De Leede, cricketer (Holland batsman 1996 World Cup)

Birth
1969

John Zaj¡c, Czech student, self incinerates

Death
1969

Penny Moore, WNBA guard/forward (Charlotte Sting)

Birth
1969

Jesse Harte, Rome Ga, heavy metal vocalist (Southgang-Tainted Angel)

Birth
1969

Heidi Wolfgramm, rocker (Jets)

Birth
1969

Nolan Harrison, NFL defensive tackle (Oakland Raiders, Pitt Steelers)

Birth
1969

US-North Vietnamese peace talks begin in Paris

Event
1970

Marie Benavente, actress (Paradise), dies at 84

Death
1970

Eunice Hunton Carter, 1st black female DA in NY, dies at 70

Death
1970

Robert Altman's "M*A*S*H," premieres

Event
1970

Chris Mills, NBA forward (Cleveland Cavaliers, NY Knicks)

Birth
1970

Milt Stegall, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

Birth
1970

Pau Coll, WLAF kicker/safety (Barcelona Dragons)

Birth
1970

Scott Hendrickson, CFL guard (Saskatchewan Roughriders)

Birth
1971

Charles Manson and 3 women followers convicted of Tate-LaBianca murders

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