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 This day in History - July 23
415 Historic Events for July 23
1980

Soyuz 37 ferries 2 cosmonauts (1 Vietnamese) to Salyut 6

Event
1982

Schottzie Schott, dog mascot of Cincinnati Reds

Birth
1982

Vic Morrow, actor (Cimmaron), killed during "Twilight Zone" at 53

Death
1982

FCC approves AM stereo radio, KTSA San Antonio goes stereo

Event
1982

Intl Whaling Comn votes for total ban on coml whaling (starting 1985)

Event
1983

Georges Auric, French composer (It Always Rains on Sunday), dies at 84

Death
1984

Suzette Charles (NJ), 21, replaces Williams as 57th Miss America 1984

Event
1984

KC Royals Dan Quisenberry gets his 200th career save

Event
1984

Vanessa Williams, 1st black Miss America, resigns due to posing nude

Event
1984

Lloyd Gough, actor (Black Bart, Tolsa), dies of aortic aneurism at 77

Death
1985

Kay Kyser, bandleader (Kay Kyser's Kollege), dies at 79

Death
1986

Britain's Prince Andrew marries Sarah Ferguson

Event
1986

King Hassan II meets with Israeli premier Simon Peres

Event
1986

Jouko Paavo Kalervo Tolonen, composer, dies at 73

Death
1987

Red Sox waive Bill Buckner, the goat of last years World Series

Event
1987

RNI (Bkln NY pirate radio station) begins broadcasting on 1620 AM

Event
1987

Said Aouita of Morocco runs world record 5,000 m (12:58.39)

Event
1987

Petra Felke (E Ger) throws javelin 78.89 m (women's record)

Event
1988

Saskatchewan's Dave Ridgway kicks record 8 field goals vs Edmonton

Event
1988

Jahangir Khan, cricketer (4 Tests for India 1932-36), dies

Death
1989

Amy Alcott wins LPGA Boston Five Golf Classic

Event
1989

Winds gust to 85 MPH at Fort Smith Arkansas

Event
1989

FOX-TV tops ABC, NBC and CBS for 1st time (America's Most Wanted)

Event
1989

118th British Golf Open: Mark Calcavecchia shoots a 275 at Royal Troon

Event
1990

Rosie Jones, (St Louis), 26, crowned 22nd Miss Black America

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