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  1. <SPAN class=bodybold><A target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.brainyhistory.com/events/1997/november_26_1997_175751.html">
    November 26, 1997
    </A></SPAN><SPAN class=body> Washington Capitals final game at USAir Arena, retire Rod Langway's #5 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1996</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Baseball owners approve interleague play, 26-4
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1996</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Colbert, Floyd and Irwin win Wendy's Senior 3 Tour Golf Challenge
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1996</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Couples, Davies, Sheehan and Sorenstam win Wendy's Lady's 3 Tour Golf
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1996</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Couples, Love and Stewart win Wendy's Men's 3 Tour Golf Challenge </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1995</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 33rd Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Valencia Spain (3-2)
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1995</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Dolphins QB Dan Marino sets NFL record with 343rd touchdown pass
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1995</SPAN><SPAN class=body> New Zealand score 8-348 in 49 overs vs. India in Nagpur ODI </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1993</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Political campaigners James Carville (49) and Mary Matalin wed
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1991</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Condoms are handed out to thousands of New York High School students
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st Billboard Music Awards: Janet Jackson wins </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Buffalo Bills become 6th 1st place NFL team to lose on same weekend
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Matsushita purchases MCA for $6.6 billion </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Mikhail Gorbachev tells Iraq to get out of Kuwait </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Premier Mazowiecki of Poland, resigns
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1990</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew resigned, ends his reign longest-serving PM
    </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1989</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 77th CFL Grey Cup: Saskatchewan defeats Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 43-40 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1989</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Comores coup under Bob Benard
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1989</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Luis Alberto Lacalle becomes President of Uruguay </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1989</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Rafael Callejas installed as president of Honduras
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1988</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Alexander Volkov, Sergei Krikalev and Jean-Loup Chretien launch </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1988</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pioneer 6's closest approach to Earth since 1965 launch (1.87 M km)
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1985</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 23rd Space Shuttle Mission (61-B)-Atlantis 2-is launched </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1985</SPAN><SPAN class=body> France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1985</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Random House buys Richard Nixons memoires for $3,000,000 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1984</SPAN><SPAN class=body> After 518 goals and 14 years with Mont Canadiens, Guy LaFleur retires
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1984</SPAN><SPAN class=body> John W Mercom, Jr. announces NO Saints are up for sale for $75 million </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1984</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Kim Hughes tearfully resigns as Australian cricket captain </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1984</SPAN><SPAN class=body> U.S. and Iraq regain diplomatic relations </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1983</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Heathrow Airport, robbed of 6,800 gold bars worth $38.7 million
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1982</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Clyde King named Yankee manager </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1982</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Yasuhiro Nakasone elected PM of Japan succeeding Zenko Suzuki </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1982</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Howard Cossell calls his last fight after being disgusted by Larry Holmes-Tex Cobb mismatch </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1980</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Columbia mated to SRBs and external tank at Vehicle Assembly Building
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1980</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Mike Schmidt is unanimous choice as NL MVP </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1979</SPAN><SPAN class=body> International Olympic Committee votes to readmit China </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1979</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Twins John Castino and Jays Alfredo Griffin tie for AL Rookie of Year
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1978</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 10 die as fire erupts at Holiday Inn in Rochester, New York </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1978</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st lesbian theme TV movie - &quot;Question of Love&quot;
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1978</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 66th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 20-13 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1976</SPAN><SPAN class=body> German DR deprives singer/poet Wolf Biermann citizenship </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1976</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Ringo releases &quot;Hey Baby&quot; single
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1976</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Sex Pistols release their debut single &quot;Anarchy In The UK&quot; </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1976</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Willy Burns elected chairman of Social International </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1975</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Fed jury finds Lynette Fromme guilty of attempted assassination
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1975</SPAN><SPAN class=body> France performs nuclear test at Fangataufa Island </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1975</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Fred Lynn becomes the 1st rookie to win MVP
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1975</SPAN><SPAN class=body> U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1974</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Approximately 140 die when suspension bridge collapses (Nepal)
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1974</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Catfish Hunter and Charlie Finley meet in arbitration </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1974</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Greenidge scores 107 in 2nd innings of Test Cricket debut vs. India
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1973</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Nixon's personal sec, Rose Mary Woods, tells a federal court she accidentally caused part of 18 -minute gap in a key Watergate tape
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1972</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pete Gogolak scores New York Giant record 8 pts after a touchdown
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1969</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 35th Heisman Trophy Award: Steve Owens, Oklahoma (RB) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1969</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Creams' final concert (Royal Albert Hall) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1969</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Lottery for Selective Service draftees bill signed by President Nixon
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1968</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 34th Heisman Trophy Award: O J Simpson, Southern California (RB) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1967</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Browns' Carl Ward sets club record with a 104-yd kickoff return
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1967</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Cloud burst over Lisbon kills about 450 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1966</SPAN><SPAN class=body> &quot;Walking Happy&quot; opens at Lunt Fontanne Theater New York City for 161 performances
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1966</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st major tidal power plant opens at Rance estuary, France </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1966</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 54th CFL Grey Cup: Saskatchewan Roughriders defeats Ottawa, 29-14 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1965</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Dodgers 2nd baseman Jim Lefebvre is voted NL Rookie of Year
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1965</SPAN><SPAN class=body> France launches 1st satellite, 92 lb (42 kg) A1-capsule (Asterix) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1963</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 29th Heisman Trophy Award: Roger Staubach, Navy (QB) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1963</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Cincinnati 2nd baseman Pete Rose wins NL Rookie of Year </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1963</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Explorer 18 launched
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1962</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Caribbean Air Transport Me NV (CLTM Airlines) forms </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1962</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Fab Four have their 1st recording session under name Beatles
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1961</SPAN><SPAN class=body> For 2nd time in his career, St. Louis' Jerry Norton has 4 interceptions </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1961</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pro Baseball Rules Committee votes 8-1 against legalizing the spitball
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1960</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 48th CFL Grey Cup: Ottawa Rough Riders defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 16-6 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1960</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Minneapolis-St. Paul baseball club takes the name Twins
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1957</SPAN><SPAN class=body> WCVB TV channel 5 in Boston, MA (ABC) begins broadcasting
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1956</SPAN><SPAN class=body> &quot;The Price Is Right&quot; debuts on NBC </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1956</SPAN><SPAN class=body> U.S.S.R. single sculls winner Vyacheslav Ivanov wins Olympic gold medal in his excitement he jumps for joy, and loses his medal, it sinks </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1955</SPAN><SPAN class=body> &quot;Boy Friend&quot; closes at Royale Theater New York City after 483 performances
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1955</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 43rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 34-19 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1955</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Emergency crisis proclaimed in Cyprus </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1955</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Johnny Cash debuts Top 10 country song &quot;Cry! Cry! Cry!&quot; </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1954</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Test Cricket debut of Colin Cowdrey vs. Australia at Gabba </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1953</SPAN><SPAN class=body> KBOI (now KBCI) TV channel 2 in Boise, ID (CBS) begins broadcasting
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1953</SPAN><SPAN class=body> WJHL TV channel 11 in Johnson City, Tennessee (CBS) begins broadcasting </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1953</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Yamada Koun, leader of Sanbo Kyodan line of Zen, found 1st awakening </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1952</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st modern 3-D movie &quot;Bwana Devil,&quot; premieres in Hollywood
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1950</SPAN><SPAN class=body> China enters Korean conflict, sends troops across Yalu River </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1949</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 37th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeat Calgary Stampeders, 28-15 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1949</SPAN><SPAN class=body> India adopts a constitution as a British Commonwealth Republic
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1948</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Belgian government of Spaak, resigns </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1945</SPAN><SPAN class=body> During snow storm, school bus crashes, kills 15 (Washington) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1944</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st allied marines move onto Antwerp harbor </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1944</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Himmler orders destruction of Auschwitz and Birkenau crematoriums
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1942</SPAN><SPAN class=body> &quot;Casablanca&quot; premieres at Hollywood Theatre, New York City </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1942</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Anti fascist Council for National Liberation (AVNOJ) forms </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1941</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Amateur tennis champ Bobby Riggs turns pro </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1941</SPAN><SPAN class=body> British North African commandant General Cunningham lay-offs
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1941</SPAN><SPAN class=body> British troops conquer Belhamed, Sidi Rezegh and El Duda </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1941</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Japanese carrier force left its base and moves east toward Pearl Harbor </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1941</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Lebanon gains independence from France </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1940</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Leidse students strike
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1940</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Nazi Germany began walling off the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1939</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 4 soviet soldiers killed on Finnish-Russian border </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1934</SPAN><SPAN class=body> German theologist Karl Barth surrenders to nazi </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1934</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Turkish regiment decrees importing family names </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1933</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Camille Chautemps becomes French premier
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1932</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Bradman completes 10000 runs in first-class cricket, 126 innings </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1928</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Paul Claudel's &quot;Lepdrehumily,&quot; premieres in Dresden </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1928</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Philip Barry's &quot;Holiday,&quot; premieres in New York City </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1927</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 15th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Balmy Beach defeats Hamilton Tigers, 9-6 +
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1925</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Netherlands and Germany sign trade agreement </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1924</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Mongolian People's Republic proclaimed </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1916</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Greece declares war on Germany </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1914</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Battleship HMS Bulwark explodes at Sheerness Harbor England, 788 die
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1913</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Russian kingdom forbids Polish congregation of speakers </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1910</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 2nd CFL Grey Cup: University of Toronto defeats Hamilton Tigers, 16-7 </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1898</SPAN><SPAN class=body> SS Portland leaves for Cape Cod, 157 killed </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1896</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st large indoor football game, University of Chicago beats University of Michgan 7-6
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1896</SPAN><SPAN class=body> A. A. Stagg of U Chicago creates football huddle </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1895</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association forms </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1894</SPAN><SPAN class=body> King Lafia &quot;Absalamu&quot; of Nikki signs accord with France </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1885</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st meteor photograph </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1868</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st baseball game played in enclosed field in SF, at 25th and Folsom
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1867</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Refrigerated railroad car patented by J. B. Sutherland </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1865</SPAN><SPAN class=body> &quot;Alice in Wonderland&quot; by Lewis Carroll published in US </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1864</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Confederate troops vacate Sandersville Georgia </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1864</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Skirmish at Sylvan Brutal/Waynesboro, Georgia </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1861</SPAN><SPAN class=body> West Virginia created as a result of dispute over slavery with Virginia
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1847</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Alfred de Mussets &quot;Un Caprice,&quot; premieres in Paris </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1841</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st date in James Clavell's novel Tai-Pan +
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1835</SPAN><SPAN class=body> HMS Beagle leaves Tahiti for NZ </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1832</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st streetcar railway in America starts operating (New York City) (12 cent fare)
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1825</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st college fraternity founded (Kappa Alpha (Union College, New York)) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1793</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Republican calendar replaces Gregorian calendar in France
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1789</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st national Thanksgiving </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1778</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Capt Cook discovers Maui (Sandwich Islands [now Hawaii]) </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1764</SPAN><SPAN class=body> France bans Jesuit enorde
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    <H1 id=title_div1819089311 property="dc:title">Alexis Bledel</H1>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1741</SPAN><SPAN class=body> French and Beiers army occupies Prague </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1716</SPAN><SPAN class=body> 1st lion exhibited in America (Boston)
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1703</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Heavy storm hits England 1000s killed </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1703</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Bristol England damaged by hurricane, Royal Navy loses 15 warships
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1702</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Premiere of Colley Cibber's &quot;King Imposter&quot; </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1688</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Duke of Savoye signs on to League of Augsburg +
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1688</SPAN><SPAN class=body> French king Louis XIV declares war on Netherlands </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1688</SPAN><SPAN class=body> King James II escapes back to London </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1648</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pope Innocent X condemns Peace of Westfalen
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    November 26, 1598</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Jacob of Necks merchant fleet reaches Bantam West-Java </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1580</SPAN><SPAN class=body> French Huguenots and Roman Catholics sign peace treaty </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 1527</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pope Clemens VII signs treaty with emperor Karel I
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    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 944</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Otto I the Great gives away bisdom Utrecht &quot;foreestrecht&quot; </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 579</SPAN><SPAN class=body> Pelagius II begins his reign as Catholic Pope </SPAN>
    <SPAN class=bodybold>November 26, 399</SPAN><SPAN class=body> St. Siricius ends his reign as Catholic Pope

    <SPAN class=mw-headline>Holidays and observances</SPAN>Mongolia: Proclamation Day

    <SPAN class=mw-headline>Deaths</SPAN>2006 - Raúl Velasco, Mexican television host (b. 1933)
    <SPAN class=mw-headline>Births

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    1288 - Emperor Go-Daigo of Japan (d. 1339)1992 - Louis Ducruet, son of Princess Stephanie of Monaco


    <SPAN class=mw-headline>Events</SPAN>2003 - Concorde makes its last ever flight over Bristol, England. +


    <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=468 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD vAlign=top align=left width=110><A target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/onthisday/big/1126.html">
    </A>See a larger version of this front page.
    </TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>On Nov. 26, 1942, President Roosevelt ordered nationwide gasoline rationing, beginning December 1. (Go to article.)

    <BIRTH>On <BIRTH_MONTH>Nov.</BIRTH_MONTH> <BIRTH_DAY>26</BIRTH_DAY>, <BIRTH_YEAR>1922</BIRTH_YEAR>, <FIRST_NAME>Charles</FIRST_NAME> <LAST_NAME>Schulz</LAST_NAME>, <DEscriptION>American cartoonist and creator of the &quot;Peanuts&quot; comic strip</DEscriptION>, was born. </BIRTH><DEATH>Following <SEX>his </SEX>death on <DEATH_MONTH>Feb.</DEATH_MONTH> <DEATH_DAY>12</DEATH_DAY>, <DEATH_YEAR>2000</DEATH_YEAR>, <SEX>his </SEX>obituary appeared in The Times. </DEATH><NYT_HISTORIC_BIRTHDAY><NOBR>(Go to obit.</NOBR> | <NOBR>Other Birthdays)</NOBR>
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE> <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=468 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD colSpan=2>On this date in:


    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1789</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>A day of thanksgiving was set aside by President George Washington to observe the adoption of the U.S. Constitution.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1825</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>The first college social fraternity, Kappa Alpha, was formed at Union College in Schenectady, N.Y.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1832</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>Public streetcar service began in New York City.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1940</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>The half million Jews of Warsaw, Poland, were forced by the Nazis to live within a walled ghetto.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1942</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>&quot;Casablanca,&quot; starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, had its world premiere at the Hollywood Theater in New York.


    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1942</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered nationwide gasoline rationing.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1943</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>The HMT Rohna, a British transport ship carrying U.S. soldiers, was hit by a German missile off Algeria; 1,138 men were killed, including 1,015 American troops.


    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1949</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>India adopted a constitution as a republic within the British Commonwealth.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1950</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>China entered the Korean War, launching a counter-offensive against soldiers from the United Nations, the United States and South Korea.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1965</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>France launched its first satellite.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1968</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>Cream, rock's first supergroup, played their farewell concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. (The band reunited for seven shows in 2005.)


    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1973</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>President Richard Nixon's personal secretary, Rose Mary Woods, told a federal court that she'd accidentally caused part of the 18 1/2-minute gap in a key Watergate tape.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1975</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>A federal jury in Sacramento, Calif., found Lynette &quot;Squeaky&quot; Fromme, a follower of Charles Manson, guilty of trying to assassinate President Gerald R. Ford.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1986</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>President Ronald Reagan appointed a commission headed by former Sen. John Tower to investigate his National Security Council staff in the wake of the Iran-Contra affair.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1992</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>The British government announced that Queen Elizabeth II had volunteered to start paying taxes on her personal income, and would take her children off the public payroll.


    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>1998</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>Tony Blair gave the first speech ever by a British prime minister to an Irish parliament.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>2000</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris certified Republican George W. Bush the winner over Democrat Al Gore in the state's presidential balloting by 537 votes.

    </TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=60>2002</TD><TD vAlign=top align=left>WorldCom and the government settled a civil lawsuit over the company's $9 billion accounting scandal.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

    </SPAN>
  2. History is sooooooo my favorite subject.
  3. girls name in brown, she is directly below the 2nd nikki cox(in pink) pic?
     
  4. Professor Slugger scores again!
     
  5. Is it just me, or does the woman half buried in sand (about half-way down) look like a much hotter version of Sharon Osbourne?!
  6. looks like penelope cruz to me
     
  7. The writing between the pictures gets in the way but I &lt;3 you Slugger.
  8. Each day I expect one day Slugger will not top the previous day.

    Today was not that day, so I will be forced to tune in tomorrow.

    Slugger is THE man.
  9. Today in Sport for Monday, November 26, 2007. <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=3 width="100%" align=center bgColor=#003300 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD class=head>Events in Sport on this Day in History ...</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    1896 - 1st large indoor football game, U of Chic beats U of Mich 7-6
    1896 - A A Stagg of U Chicago creates football huddle

    1910 - 2nd CFL Grey Cup: University of Toronto defeats Hamilton Tigers, 16-7

    1927 - 15th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Balmy Beach defeats Hamilton Tigers, 9-6
    1932 - Bradman completes 10000 runs in first-class cricket, 126 innings
    1941 - Amateur tennis champ Bobby Riggs turns pro+

    1949 - 37th CFL Grey Cup: Montreal Alouettes defeat Calgary Stampeders, 28-15
    1954 - Test Cricket debut of Colin Cowdrey v Australia at Gabba

    1955 - 43rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 34-19
    1956 - USSR single sculls winner Vyacheslav Ivanov wins Olympic gold medal in his excitement he jumps for joy, and loses his medal, it sinks

    1960 - 48th CFL Grey Cup: Ottawa Rough Riders defeats Edmonton Eskimos, 16-6
    1960 - Minneapolis-St Paul baseball club takes the name Twins

    1961 - Pro Baseball Rules Committee votes 8-1 against legalizing the spitball
    1965 - Dodgers 2nd baseman Jim Lefebvre is voted NL Rookie of Year

    1966 - 54th CFL Grey Cup: Saskatchewan Roughriders defeats Ottawa, 29-14
    1974 - Greenidge scores 107 in 2nd innings of Test Cricket debut v India

    1978 - 66th CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 20-13
    1979 - Intl Olympic Committee votes to readmit China after 21 years

    1984 - Kim Hughes tearfully resigns as Australian cricket captain
    1989 - 77th CFL Grey Cup: Saskatchewan defeats Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 43-40

    1990 - Buffalo Bills become 6th 1st place NFL team to lose on same weekend
    1995 - 33rd Tennis Fed Cup: Spain beats USA in Valencia Spain (3-2)

    1995 - Dolphins QB Dan Marino sets NFL record with 343rd touchdown pass
    1996 - Colbert, Floyd and Irwin win Wendy's Senior 3 Tour Golf Challenge

    1996 - Couples, Davies, Sheehan and Sorenstam win Wendy's Lady's 3 Tour Golf
    1996 - Couples, Love and Stewart win Wendy's Men's 3 Tour Golf Challenge



    1999 - 98 Degrees performed several songs and sold some exclusive band merchandise on the Home Shopping Network.


    1959 - The Coasters performed &quot;What About Us&quot; on &quot;American Bandstand.&quot;<!dcab>


    1962 - Paul Peterson performed &quot;My Dad&quot; on &quot;American Bandstand.&quot;<!dcab>



    <CENTER>Today in
    Middle East History</CENTER>

    1922 - In Egypt, the entrance to King Tutankhamen's tomb was discovered by archeologist Howard Carter. The Egyptian child-king became pharaoh at age nine and died when he was 19.


    1986 - U.S. President Reagan appointed a commission headed by former Sen. John Tower to investigate his National Security Council staff after the Iran-Contra affair.


    1988 - The U.S. denied an entry visa to PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, who was seeking permission to travel to New York to address the U.N. General Assembly.


    1990 - Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz at the Kremlin to demand that Iraq withdraw from Kuwait.

    +

    <CENTER>Middle East Quote</CENTER>

    <CENTER> <TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD><!quayle>&quot;The global importance of the Middle East is that it keeps the Far East and the Near East from encroaching on each other.&quot;
    <CITE>- Dan Quayle</CITE>
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    <CENTER>Today in
    World War II History</CENTER>
    1940 - The Nazis forced 500,000 Jews of Warsaw, Poland to live within a walled ghetto.

    why do i think this one ^^^ will be photoshopped?

    1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered nationwide gasoline rationing to begin December 1.



    <CENTER>Random World War II Quote</CENTER>
    <CENTER> <TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD><!stalin>&quot;The Red Army and Navy and the whole Soviet people must fight for every inch of Soviet soil, fight to the last drop of blood for our towns and villages...onward, to victory!&quot;
    <CITE>Josef Stalin - July 1941</CITE>

    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    1716 - The first lion to be exhibited in America went on display in Boston, MA.


    1731 - English poet William Cowper was born. He is best known for &quot;The Poplar Trees&quot; and &quot;The Task.&quot;


    1789 - U.S. President Washington set aside this day to observe the adoption of the Constitution of the United States.

    1825 - The first college social fraternity, Kappa Alpha, was formed at Union College in Schenectady, NY.


    1832 - Public streetcar service began in New York City.


    1861 - West Virginia was created (out of Virginia) over a dispute of slavery. West Virginia was against slavery.


    1867 - J.B. Sutherland patented the refrigerated railroad car.


    1922 - In Egypt, Howard Carter peered into the tomb of King Tutankhamen.<! y2000haswronginfo>


    1940 - The Nazis forced 500,000 Jews of Warsaw, Poland to live within a walled ghetto.

    1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a bill establishing the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day. In 1939 Roosevelt had signed a bill that changed the celebration of Thanksgiving to the third Thursday of November.


    1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered nationwide gasoline rationing to begin December 1.

    1942 - The motion picture &quot;Casablanca&quot; had its world premiere at the Hollywood Theater in New York City.

    1943 - The HMS Rohna became the first ship to be sunk by a guided missile. The German missile attack led to the death of 1,015 U.S. troops.


    1949 - India's Constituent Assembly adopted the country's constitution The country became republic within the British Commonwealth two months later.

    1950 - China entered the Korean conflict forcing UN forces to retreat.

    1958 - Maurice Richard (Montreal Canadiens) scored his 600th NHL career goal.


    1965 - France became the third country to enter space when it launched its first satellite the Diamant-A.

    1973 - Rose Mary Woods, told a federal court that she was responsible for the 18-1/2 minute gap in a key Watergate tape. Woods was U.S. President Nixon's personal secretary.

    1975 - Lynette&quot;Squeaky&quot; Fromme was found guilty by a federal jury in Sacramento, CA, for trying to assassinate U.S. President Ford on September 5.


    1979 - The International Olympic Committee voted to re-admit China after a 21-year absence.

    1983 - A Brinks Mat Ltd. vault at London's Heathrow Airport was robbed by gunmen. The men made off with 6,800 gold bars worth nearly $40 million. Only a fraction of the gold has ever been recovered and only two men have been convicted in the heist.


    1985 - The rights to Ronald Reagan's autobiography were acquired by Random House for $3,000,000.

    1986 - U.S. President Reagan appointed a commission headed by former Sen. John Tower to investigate his National Security Council staff after the Iran-Contra affair.


    1988 - The U.S. denied an entry visa to PLO chairman Yasser Arafat, who was seeking permission to travel to New York to address the U.N. General Assembly.


    1990 - Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev met with Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz at the Kremlin to demand that Iraq withdraw from Kuwait.

    1990 - Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. agreed to acquire MCA Inc. for $6.6 billion.

    1992 - The British government announced that Queen Elizabeth II had volunteered to start paying taxes on her personal income. She also took her children off the public payroll.


    1995 - Two men set fire to a subway token booth in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The clerk inside was fatally burned.

    1997 - The U.S. and North Korea held high-level discussions at the State Department for the first time.

    1998 - British Prime Minister Toney Blair made a speech to the Irish Parliament. It was a first time event for a British Prime Minister.

    1998 - Hulk Hogan announced that he was retiring from pro wrestling and would run for president in 2000.


    2003 - The U.N. atomic agency adopted a resolution that censured Iran for past nuclear cover-ups and warning that it would be policed to put to rest suspicions that the country had a weapons agenda.<!a>


    </CENTER></CENTER> <CENTER>Today in
    Sports History</CENTER>

    1917 - The National Hockey League (NHL) was founded. Teams included the Montreal Canadiens, Montreal Wanderers, Ottawa Senators, Toronto Arenas, and Quebec Bulldogs. Frank Calder was elected as the first NHL president. He served from 1917 to 1943.<!nhl>

    1958 - Maurice Richard (Montreal Canadiens) scored his 600th NHL career goal.

    1982 - Howard Cossell called his last boxing match.


    1984 - Guy Lafleur (Montreal Canadiens) announced he would retire after 14 years in the NHL.

    1998 - Barry Sanders (Detroit Lions) became only the second running back in NFL history to run for more than 15,000 career yards.


    1998 - Hulk Hogan announced that he was retiring from pro wrestling and would run for president in 2000.

    2003 - Scott Stevens (New Jersey Devils) played in his 1,616th NHL game, breaking Larry Murphy's record for defensemen. Only three players had played more games that Stevens.<!nhl>



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    </CENTER> <CENTER>Sports Quote</CENTER>

    <CENTER> <TABLE><TBODY><TR><TD><!brett hull>I didn't like the '50s, you know. I appreciate Elvis, but I'm not a big fan. I'm not a rockabilly fan. And the '60s and early '70s were, to me, the greatest times to live.
    <CITE>- Brett Hull</CITE> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></CENTER>
    Thread Starter
  10. Slugger, would you happen to know her name???

  11. sorry man i don't i checked back through and couldn't find her name if i run across it i ll be sure and post it or send you a pm with it

    unfortunately, many of the pics i post dont have a name of the model attached to them

    there are many that i am sure are models who have many other pics on the net but without a name it s hit and miss

    i will start posting the names of the models i know with the pics as often as possible

    bonus pics


    charlize theron


    anonymous lady ironing


    tanya
    susana
    name listed as &quot;puffy&quot;


    charlie lane
    federica
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  12. More Bonus Pics because Im bored and cant watch tv from the office

    anon
    no clue


    i bet they spend are trouble


    wonder how the one lost her skirt?
    olivia munn


    dont think we will see her in a pepsi commercial soon but we should
    kim k

    yay soccer



    Yay football

    coco


    .
    the girls must work there or these guys must be rock stars bc i can't explain it otherwise



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  13. Hi slugger... welcome back