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1959: Don Carter, the master of the light touch on the lanes and the pre-eminent bowler of his day, won his second world invitation tournament at the Chicago Coliseum. Carter, 33, rolled clutch double strikes in the tenth frame of the third game to overtake Billy Golembiewski of Detroit for the tournament title.
2000: Shortstop Alex Rodriguez signed the largest contract in sports history, a 10- year deal with the Texas Rangers for $252 million. Television money fueled the turn-of-the-century rise in sports salaries. A year before signing Rodriguez, Rangers owner Tom Hicks had been paid $250 million by Fox Sports for the right to carry the team’s games for the coming decade.
NCC/TEC/MEC/PAAC BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS/SCHEDULE NCC CONF AG OA DA AM STREAK Lafayette Jeff 1- 0 5- 0 59.4 48.0 11.4 Won 5...read more
Buffalo 13 Indianapolis 7 OT NOTES: Bills QB Tyrod Taylor was inactive after he was limited in practice during the week and listed as questionable with a bruised knee sustained in last week's loss to the New England Patriots. ... Colts C Ryan Kelly missed his second...read more
NFL SCOREBOARD Buffalo 13 Indianapolis 7 OT Chicago 33 Cincinnati 7 Carolina 31 Minnesota 24 Green Bay 27 Cleveland 21 OT San Francisco 26 Houston 16 Kansas City 26 Oakland 15 Dallas 30 NY Giants 10 Detroit 24 Tampa Bay 21 Arizona 12...read more
INDIANA SOCCER RELEASE PHILADELPHIA – Stanford's "press to dispossess" style finally paid off after 102 scoreless minutes of play Sunday. And the first time Indiana's soccer men were officially beaten all season came at the absolute worst time for Hoosier hearts as...read more
Alexandria 76 Blackford 16 Bedford North Lawrence 47 Indianapolis Attucks 18 Bethesda Christian ...read more
INDIANA BOYS HS BASKETBALL SATURDAY Alexandria 58 Blackford 56 Attica 46 Clinton...read more
NEW YORK TIMES 1971 NEW YORK-The Mets finally gave up on Nolan Ryan's wandering fastball today. They traded the 24-year-old pitcher and three prospects to the California Angels for Jim Fregosi, six times the American League's all-star shortstop. Manager Gil Hodges...read more
By Robby Hamman NEWARK, Del. -- No. 9/8 Notre Dame got back on track on Saturday evening, picking up a 92-68 road victory at Delaware to improve to 8-2 on the season. Four Notre Dame players finished in double figures in the scoring column, as the Irish had too...read more
By Dan Colleran MADISON, Wisconsin — Cal Burke scored a hat trick and Dennis Gilbert netted two goals as the fourth-ranked Fighting Irish blew past 12th-ranked Wisconsin 6-2 on Saturday night at the Kohl Center (11,934) to extend their winning streak to 13...read more
TOP 25 MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Boston College 89 #1 Duke 84 #3 Michigan State 88 Southern Utah 63 #5 Florida 66 #17 Cincinnati 60 #6 Wichita State 78 Oklahoma State 66 #7 Texas A&M 73 Prairie View A&M 53 #8 Kentucky 93 Monmouth 76...read more
NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. -- Earlham College and Manchester University squared off in early Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans used a strong third quarter and Earlham's late rally in the fourth fell just short as the...read more
NORTH MANCHESTER, Ind. – Earlham won a tightly contested game on the road against HCAC-foe Manchester University by a final score of 91-86 on Saturday December 9. Darrell Hutchison Jr. started the game with a jump shot and Earlham got out to 10-9 lead six minutes into...read more
Norteastern Varsity Wrestling traveled to Union City to take part in the Super Six on Saturday. The Knights finished 3rd, defeating Tri, Randolph Southern and Wapahani but falling to Union City and Blackford. Josh Berger (285), Dave Berger (195) and Collin Miller...read more
The Northeastern Lady Knights defeated the visiting Seton Catholic Cardinals 73-17. The team is on a 4-game winning streak and have improved their season record to 6-4. The Lady Knights started the game with tenacity and outscored the Cardinals 22-1 in the first...read more
Highlighted by 62 points in the paint, Butler shot 59 percent in a 95-67 win over Youngstown State Saturday afternoon at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Five Bulldogs registered double figures as the team moves to 8-2 on the season. "We've been building and today was another good...read more
Team Results: UC 18 Southport 60 UC 17 New Castle 48 UC 15 Cloverdale 48 UC 16 Franklin County 60 UC 12 Richmond 57 Individual Results: Matt Hampton: 1-4 Alex Fuller: 2-3 Morgan Krom: 2-3 Tucker Coffman: 5-0 Kainin Klein: 1-4 Mike Jones: 4-1 UC will be back in action...read more
Union City hosted a Super Six on Saturday Dec.9th. Union City, Blackford, Tri, Randolph Southern, Northeastern and Wapahani participated. Team Results: UC 48 Blackford 30 UC 51 Randolph Southern 18 UC 54 Tri 30 UC 54 Northeastern 30 UC 66 Wapahani 0 Individual...read more
INDIANA BASKETBALL RELEASE LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Indiana didn't manage victory from road defeat. No Hoosier trudging out of KFC Yum Center bought that. But the aftermath of Saturday's 71-62 defeat at shot-block-happy Louisville suggested the gap is closing. In this case,...read more
PACERS GAME RELEASE Game Recap In what may be remembered as the best 12 minutes of defense played by Indiana this season, the Pacers held the Cleveland Cavaliers to just 16 points in the fourth quarter, grinding out a 106-102 win to snap the Cleveland's 13-game...read more
Marion opened North Central Conference play with a 75-68 win against Richmond on Friday at the Bill Green Athletic Arena. The host Giants (2-2, 1-0 NCC) got 20 points from freshman Jalon Blackmon as they were able to hold several furious Richmond rallies at bay. The...read more
NOTRE DAME RELEASE WHO: No. 9/8 Notre Dame (7-2) at Delware (4-5) WHAT: Final non-conference game of the season on an opponent's home court WHERE: Bob Carpenter Center (5,100) WHEN: Saturday, December 9, 2017, 7:00 p.m. ET BROADCAST INFORMATION: National television...read more
MADISON, Wisconsin -- Trailing by two goals with just under 13 minutes to play in the third period, the fourth-ranked Fighting Irish rallied to score three straight goals en route to a 3-2 victory over 12th-ranked Wisconsin on Friday night at the Kohl Center (9,216)....read more
INDIANA BASKETBALL RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Indiana -- De'Ron Davis ducks nothing. The Indiana center knows the question is coming. How could it not? You shoot 45.2 percent from the free line this season after shooting 75.6 percent last year, especially when your position...read more
PHILADELPHIA – Somebody, on this freezing Friday night, had to break the ice. Andrew Gutman was that guy. Gutman made the game's first corner-kick for either side pay decisive dividends in the 50th minute as Indiana topped North Carolina, 1-0, in the NCAA College Cup...read more
BALL STATE RELEASE Game 10 Ball State (5-4, 0-0 MAC) vs. Valparaiso (8-1, 0-0 MVC) Saturday, Dec. 9 (2 p.m.) Muncie, Ind. (Worthen Arena) Toys for Tots Military & Public Safety Appreciation Day Any individual who presents a valid military or public safety...read more
GAMEDAY INFORMATION No. 21 Purdue (9-2) vs. IUPUI (2-5) Sunday, Dec. 10, 2017 / 7 p.m. ET / BTN (Brandon Gaudin, Robbie Hummel) West Lafayette, Indiana / Mackey Arena (14,804) WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The No. 21-ranked Purdue men's basketball closes out its pre-exam...read more
NEW YORK TIMES-1934 NEW YORK-In one of the most wildly exciting periods that any football game has ever seen, the New York Giants scored 27 points in the final session of play at the Polo Grounds today to come from behind and defeat the Chicago Bears, 30 to 13....read more
NCC/AREA BOYS BASKETBALL FINALS Marion 75, Richmond 68 McCutcheon 84, Kokomo 55 Logansport 61, Muncie Central 42 Indpls Tech 72, Anderson 68 Lafayette Jeff 56, Lafayette Harrison 54 Centerville 50, Randolph Southern 44 Eastern Hancock 60,...read more
1981: Overweight, flat-footed and weary at age 39, Muhammad Ali lost a 10-round decision to 27-year-old Trevor Berbick at Nassau, the Bahamas. “You can’t beat Father Time,” Ali said afterward in his dressing room. It was the last fight of his storied career.
|Week 14||Time (ET)|
|New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons||8:25pm|
|Sunday, DEC. 10, 2017|
|Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills||1:00pm|
|Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers||1:00pm|
|Chicago Bears at Cincinnati Bengals||1:00pm|
|Green Bay Packers at Cleveland Browns||1:00pm|
|San Francisco 49ers at Houston Texans||1:00pm|
|Seattle Seahawks at Jacksonville Jaguars||1:00pm|
|Oakland Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs||1:00pm|
|Detroit Lions at Tampa Bay Buccaneers||1:00pm|
|Tennessee Titans at Arizona Cardinals||4:05pm|
|New York Jets at Denver Broncos||4:05pm|
|Washington Redskins at Los Angeles Chargers||4:05pm|
|Philadelphia Eagles at Los Angeles Rams||4:25pm|
|Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants||4:25pm|
|Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers *||8:30pm|
|Monday, DEC. 11, 2017|
|New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins||8:30pm|
2017 – 18 INDIANA HOOSIERS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
October 28 Marian University (exhibition)
November 5 University of Indianapolis (exhibition)
October 10 Indiana State
October 12 Howard
October 15 at Seton Hall
October 19 South Florida
October 22 Arkansas State
October 24 Eastern Michigan
October 29 Duke
December 2 at Michigan
December 4 Iowa
December 9 at Louisville
December 16 Notre Dame at Indianapolis
December 18 Fort Wayne
December 21 Tennessee Tech
December 29 Youngstown State
January 2 at Wisconsin
January 6 at Minnesota
January 9 Penn State
January 14 Northwestern
January 19 at Michigan State
January 22 Maryland
January 24 at Illinois
January 28 Purdue
January 30 at Ohio State
February 3 Michigan State
February 5 at Rutgers
February 9 Minnesota
February 14 Illinois
February 17 at Iowa
February 20 at Nebraska
February 23 Ohio State
February 28 – March 4 Big Ten Tournament, New York City
2017 – 18 PURDUE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
November 1 Carroll Montana (exhibition)
November 10 Southern Illinois Edwardsville (exhibition)
November 12 Chicago State
November 14 at Marquette
November 18 Fairfield
November 22 Tennessee at the Bahamas
November 23 Villanova/Western Kentucky at the Bahamas
November 24 Atlantis finals at the Bahamas
November 28 Louisville
December 1 at Maryland
December 3 Northwestern
December 7 Valparaiso
December 10 IUPUI
December 16 Butler at Indianapolis
December 21 Tennessee State
December 30 Lipscomb
January 3 Rutgers
January 6 Nebraska
January 9 at Michigan
January 13 at Minnesota
January 16 Wisconsin
January 20 at Iowa
January 25 Michigan
January 28 at Indiana
January 31 Maryland
February 3 at Rutgers
February 7 Ohio State
February 10 at Michigan State
February 15 at Wisconsin
February 18 Penn State
February 22nd at Illinois
February 25 Minnesota
February 28 Big Ten tournament, New York City
- 1810 – Tom Cribb (Great Britain) beats Tom Molineaus (US-Negro) in first interracial boxing championship (40 rounds).
- 1896 – First intercollegiate basketball game (Wesleyan beats Yale 4-3).
- 1918 – John A Heyder becomes president of baseball’s National League.
- 1919 – National League votes to ban the spitball’s use by all new pitchers.
- 1919 – New York, Boston, and Chicago oppose American League resolution accusing Ban Johnson of overstepping his duties.
- 1922 – Pete Henry makes longest known NFL drop-kicked field goal, 45 yards.
- 1924 – Agreement reached on permanent rotation of World Series baseball championships with each league getting games 1, 2, 6, 7 in alternating years.
- 1929 – Donald Bradman scores 225 in second inning of Test Cricket trial after 124 in first.
- 1934 – NFL adopts player waiver rule; applies after 6th game of the season.
- 1935 – Philadelphia Athletics sell Jimmie Foxx to the Boston Red Sox for $150,000.
- 1935 – Chicago White Sox sell Al Simmons to the Detroit Tigers for $75,000.
- 1938 – 26th Canadian Football League Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeat Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 30-7.
- 1939 – Green Bay Packers win NFL championship, beat New York Giants 27-0.
- 1945 – Australian Services lose third Victory Test Cricket to India by six wickets.
- 1954 – Philadelphia Phillies purchase Connie Mack Stadium.
- 1958 – University of Pittsburgh agrees to buy Forbes Field from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
- 1961 – Houston Oilers’ Billy Cannon gains record 373 yards against New York Titans.
- 1965 – Test Cricket debut of Doug Walters versus England at the Gabba.
- 1968 – Joe Frazier beats Oscar Bonavena in 15 rounds for heavyweight boxing title.
- 1970 – North American Soccer League awards New York and Toronto franchises.
- 1973 – First time since 1885, tennis has two top males (S Smith and Jimmy Connors).
- 1973 – The American League vote unanimously to adopt the designated hitter rule on a trail basis for three years.
- 1978 – 67th Davis Cup: USA beats Great Britain in Rancho Mirage (4-1).
- 1978 – New York Islanders end 15-game undefeated streak (12-0-3) to Montreal Canadiens.
- 1982 – Heavyweight Michael Doakes knocks out Mike Weaver in 1:03 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- 1983 – 58th Australian Women’s Tennis: M Navratilova beats K Jordan (6-2, 7-6).
- 1983 – Last NFL game at Shea Stadium; Pittsburgh Steelers beat New York Jets 34-7.
- 1986 – Atlanta Hawks’ Dominique Wilkins scores 57 points versus Chicago Bulls.
- 1988 – Washington Capitals’ first NHL scoreless tie, versus Montreal Canadiens.
- 1991 – Howard Spira sentenced to 2.5 years in prison for trying to extort money from New York Yankees’ owner George Steinbrenner.
- 1992 – The National Hockey League votes unanimously to expand to Anaheim, California, approving a new team, “The Mighty Ducks”, owned by The Walt Disney Company.
- 1992 – NHL awards franchise to Miami (for 1994-95).
- 1992 – New York Yankees sign free agent pitcher Jimmy Key.
- 1992 – Orlanda Magic scores 14 3-pointers (two shy of record).
- 1994 – 60th Heisman Trophy Award: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (Running Back).
- 1995 – First meeting of NBA expansion teams, Toronto Raptors beat Vancouver Grizzlies 93-81.
- 1995 – Kelly Robbins and Tammie Green win LPGA Diner’s Club Golf Matches.
- 1995 – Michael Slater scores 219 versus Sri Lanka at the WACA.
- 1995 – Muralitharan takes 2-224 in Australian innings of 5-617.
- 1995 – Ricky Ponting makes 96 on Test Cricket debut (Australia versus Sri Lanka, WACA).
- 2006 – Chivas defeats Toluca in the final of the Mexican Soccer League.
- 2008 – The New York Yankees sign starting pitcher CC Sabathia to a seven-year, US$161-million contract – the largest ever for a free-agent pitcher.
– 2000 –
Johnson & Johnson heir Robert Wood Johnson IV was approved by NFL clubs as the new owner of the New York Jets at a league meeting, January 18.
The St. Louis Rams won their first Super Bowl by defeating the AFC champion Tennessee Titans 23-16 in Super Bowl XXXIV at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The game was viewed by 130.7 million viewers, the fifth most-watched program in U.S. television history, January 30.
For the first time in league history, paid attendance topped 16 million for the regular season and more than 65,000 per game, an increase of 1,300 per game over 1998. Paid attendance for all NFL games increased in 1999 for the third year in a row and was the highest ever in the 80-year history of the league. It marked the first time in league history that the 20-million paid attendance mark was reached for all games in a season, March 27.
The Rhein Fire won their second World Bowl in three years, defeating the Scottish Claymores 13-10 to win World Bowl 2000 in front of 35,680 at Frankfurt’s Waldstadion, June 25.
More than 100 of the 136 living members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame gathered to celebrate Pro Football’s Greatest Reunion in Canton, Ohio, July 28-31.
Paul Brown Stadium opened in Cincinnati, Ohio with a crowd of 56,180 as the Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Chicago Bears 24-20 in a preseason game, August 19.
Cincinnati’s Corey Dillon set a single-game rushing record with 278 yards (22 carries) against Denver, breaking the previous record of 275 yards by Chicago’s Walter Payton in 1977, October 22.
Minnesota’s Gary Anderson converted a 21-yard field goal against Buffalo to pass George Blanda as the NFL’s all-time scoring leader with 2,004 points, October 22.
At a league meeting in Atlanta, NFL owners awarded Super Bowl XXXVIII to Houston, Super Bowl XXXIX to Jacksonville and Super Bowl XL to Detroit, November 1.
The NFL Officiating Department named Mike Pereira as Director of Officiating and Larry Upson as Director of Officiating Operations to replace retiring Senior Director of Officiating Jerry Seeman, December 1.
San Francisco’s Terrell Owens set a single-game receiving record with 20 receptions (283 yards) against Chicago, surpassing the previous mark of 18 by Tom Fears of the Los Angeles Rams in 1950, December 17.
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Buffalo 13 Indianapolis 7 OT
Chicago 33 Cincinnati 7
Carolina 31 Minnesota 24
Green Bay 27 Cleveland 21 OT
San Francisco 26 Houston 16
Kansas City 26 Oakland 15
Dallas 30 NY Giants 10
Detroit 24 Tampa Bay 21
Arizona 12 Tennessee 7
Denver 23 NY Jets 0
LA Chargers 30 Washington 13
Jacksonville 30 Seattle 24
Philadelphia 43 LA Rams 35
Pittsburgh 39 Baltimore 38
TOP 25 MEN’S BASKETBALL
#16 Arizona State 95 #2 Kansas 85
#4 Villanova 77 LaSalle 68
Iowa 91 Southern 60
TOP 25 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL
#11 Tennessee 82 #2 Texas 75
#6 Mississippi State 86 Little Rock 48
#10 West Virginia 101 Coppin State 43
#13 Florida State 77 Arizona State 66
#14 Duke 101 Winthrop 30
#17 Missouri 78 Southern Illinois Edwardsville 48
#19 Oregon State 110 San Jose State 62
Miami Florida 65 #20 Kentucky 54
#22 Villanova 69 Temple 65
#23 Green Bay 76 Loyola Chicago 39
#24 Michigan 54 Kent State 41
#25 California 92 Pacific 85
Northwestern 68 Stony Brook 36
Ball State 126 Oakland City 55
Morehead State 82 Evansville 75
Ohio 77 Purdue 71
Rutgers 101 Fairleigh Dickinson 35
Milwaukee 60 Fort Wayne 48
Illinois 73 Detroit 65
IUPUI 68 Tennessee Tech 54
San Diego 72 Minnesota 69
Valparaiso 71 Chicago State 60
Xavier 53 Cincinnati 50
Wisconsin 82 Savannah State 24
Toronto 102 Sacramento 87
Boston 91 Detroit 81
Indiana 126 Denver 116 OT
New Orleans 131 Philadelphia 124
Minnesota 97 Dallas 92
New York 111 Atlanta 107
Chicago 3 Arizona 1
St. Louis 3 Buffalo 2
Toronto 1 Edmonton 0
Minnesota 4 San Jose 3
INDIANA PACERS SCHEDULE
Nov. 29, Wednesday, at Houston, 8 p.m.
Dec. 1, Friday, at Toronto, 7 p.m.
Dec. 4, Monday, vs. New York, 7 p.m.
Dec. 6, Wednesday, vs. Chicago, 7 p.m.
Dec. 8, Friday, vs. Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Dec. 10, Sunday, vs. Denver, 5 p.m.
Dec. 13, Wednesday, vs. Oklahoma City, 7 p.m.
Dec. 15, Friday, vs. Detroit, 7 p.m.
Dec. 17, Sunday, at Brooklyn, 6 p.m.
Dec. 18, Monday, vs. Boston, 7 p.m.
Dec. 20, Wednesday, at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
Dec. 23, Saturday, vs. Brooklyn, 7 p.m.
Dec. 26, Tuesday, at Detroit, 7 p.m.
Dec. 27, Wednesday, vs. Dallas, 7 p.m.
Dec. 29, Friday, at Chicago, 8 p.m.
Dec. 31, Sunday, vs. Minnesota, 5 p.m.
Jan. 3, Wednesday, at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.
Jan. 6, Saturday, vs. Chicago, 7 p.m.
Jan. 8, Monday, vs. Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
Jan. 10, Wednesday, vs. Miami, 7 p.m.
Jan. 12, Friday, vs. Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Jan. 14, Sunday, at Phoenix, 8 p.m.
Jan. 15, Monday, at Utah, 9 p.m.
Jan. 18, Thursday, at Portland, 10 p.m.
Jan. 19, Friday, at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m.
Jan. 21, Sunday, at San Antonio, 7 p.m.
Jan. 24, Wednesday, vs. Phoenix, 7 p.m.
Jan. 26, Friday, at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 27, Saturday, vs. Orlando, 7 p.m.
Jan. 29, Monday, vs. Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Jan. 31, Wednesday, vs. Memphis, 7 p.m.
Feb. 2, Friday, at Charlotte, 7 p.m.
Feb. 3, Saturday, vs. Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
Feb. 5, Monday, vs. Washington, 7 p.m.
Feb. 7, Wednesday, at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
Feb. 9, Friday, at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 11, Sunday, vs. New York, 5 p.m.
Feb. 14, Wednesday, at Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 23, Friday, vs. Atlanta, 7 p.m.
Feb. 26, Monday, at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 28, Wednesday, at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.
March 2, Friday, at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.
March 4, Sunday, at Washington, 6 p.m.
March 5, Monday, vs. Milwaukee, 7 p.m.
March 7, Wednesday, vs. Utah, 7 p.m.
March 9, Friday, vs. Atlanta, 7 p.m.
March 11, Sunday, at Boston, 7:30 p.m.
March 13, Tuesday, at Philadelphia, 7 p.m.
March 15, Thursday, vs. Toronto, 7 p.m.
March 17, Saturday, at Washington, 7 p.m.
March 19, Monday, vs. L.A. Lakers, 7 p.m.
March 23, Friday, vs. L.A. Clippers, 7 p.m.
March 25, Sunday, vs. Miami, 5 p.m.
March 27, Tuesday, at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
March 29, Thursday, at Sacramento, 10 p.m.
April 1, Sunday, at L.A. Clippers, 3:30 p.m.
April 3, Tuesday, at Denver, 9 p.m.
April 5, Thursday, vs. Golden State, 9 p.m.
April 6, Friday, at Toronto, 7:30 p.m.
April 8, Sunday, at Charlotte, 1 p.m.
April 10, Tuesday, vs. Charlotte, 7 p.m.
- 1870 – Birth of T R McKibbin; cricket player (New South Wales and Australia off-spinner late 19th century).
- 1886 – Birth of William Booth; cricket player (Yorks all-rounder, England before WWI).
- 1920 – Birth of Ragnhild Hveger in Denmark; 200-metre swimmer (Olympics-silver-1936).
- 1933 – Birth of Grenville Alabaster; cricket player (New Zealand tourist to Australia 1973-74).
- 1937 – Birth of Don Bies in Cottonwood, Idaho, USA; PGA golfer (1975 Sammy Davis Junior).
- 1941 – Birth of Jeff Jones; cricket player (England left-arm pace bowler in 1960s).
- 1947 – Birth of Sinaida Woronin in USSR; gymnast (Olympics-gold/silver/2 bronze-1968).
- 1950 – Birth of Simon Owen in Wanganui, New Zealand, USA; Australasia golfer.
- 1959 – Birth of Mark Aguirre; NBA forward (Detroit Pistons).
- 1960 – Birth of Paul Assenmacher in Detroit, Michigan, USA; pitcher (Cleveland Indians).
- 1961 – Birth of Mark McKoy; Canadian track star (world record 50 metre indoor).
- 1962 – Birth of John de Wolf; soccer player (Feyenoord).
- 1963 – Birth of Doug Henry in Sacramento, California, USA; pitcher (New York Mets).
- 1963 – Birth of Gerald Sandel; soccer player (Sparta).
- 1963 – Birth of Michael Lofton in Montgomery, Alabama, USA; fencer-sabre (Olympics-1996).
- 1963 – Birth of Robin White in San Diego, California, USA; tennis player (US Open doubles 1988).
- 1964 – Birth of Luis Polonia in Santiago City, Dominican Republic; outfielder (New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles).
- 1965 – Birth of Jennifer Wyatt in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; golfer (1992 Crestar-Farm Fresh).
- 1966 – Birth of Eric Naposki; WLAF linebacker (Barcelona Dragons).
- 1966 – Birth of Norberto Martin in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; infielder (Chicago White Sox).
- 1968 – Birth of Rob Davis; NFL guard (Green Bay Packers-Superbowl 31).
- 1969 – Birth of Darren Berry; cricket player (Victorian wicket-keeper since 1989-90).
- 1969 – Birth of Nadim Khan; cricket player (brother of Moin Pakistani lefty spinner 1993).
- 1969 – Birth of Rob Blake in Simcoe, Ontario, Canada; NHL defenseman (Team Canada, Los Angeles Kings).
- 1969 – Birth of Todd Furdyk; Canadian Football League tackle (British Columbia Lions).
- 1970 – Birth of Bryant Stith; NBA guard (Denver Nuggets).
- 1971 – Birth of Amanda Hardy in Altona, Australia; badminton player (Olympics-1996).
- 1971 – Birth of Carla Sacramento in Lisbon, Portugal; 1.5km runner.
- 1971 – Birth of Manjula Munasinghe; cricket player (Sri Lankan ODI pace bowler).
- 1973 – Birth of Bernard Holsey; defensive tackle (New York Giants).
- 1973 – Birth of Marcus Wall; Canadian Football League receiver (Montreal Alouettes).
- 1973 – Birth of Rusty LaRue; NBA guard (Chicago Bulls).
- 1987 – Birth of Gonzalo Higuain; Real Madrid football player.