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1921 - Glen Harmon, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2007) 1922 - Jason Evers, NYC, actor (Wrangler, Channing) 1922 - Nico Schuyt, composer 1922 - Renata Tebaldi, Pesaro Italy, lyric soprano 1925 - Andry Maryanovich Nikodemovich, composer 1925 - William J Crowe Jr, Kentucky, chairman joint chief of staff 1925 - Larry Harmon, American entertainer and TV producer (d. 2008) 1927 - David Herbert, publisher 1927 - Gino Marchetti, NFL defensive end (Dallas Texans, Baltimore Colts) 1927 - Richard Belmont Ray, (Rep-D-Ga) [or Feb 2] 1928 - Dan Rostenkowski, (Rep-D-Il, -94) 1928 - Gerhard Amanshauser, writer 1928 - Harry Hyams, English immovable goods owner (Center Point) 1928 - Howard Caine, Nashville TN, actor (Brushfire) 1928 - Tiberiu Olah, composer 1928 - Vaughn Beals, Cambridge Mass, CEO (Harley Davidson motorcycle) 1928 - Avie Bennett, Canadian philanthropist 1928 - Daisaku Ikeda, Japanese writer 1929 - Art Prysock, jazz musician

Famous Born On Jan 2

1921 – Glen Harmon, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 2007) 1922 – Jason Evers, NYC, actor (Wrangler, Channing) 1922 – Nico Schuyt, composer 1922 – Renata Tebaldi, Pesaro Italy, lyric soprano 1925 – Andry Maryanovich Nikodemovich, composer 1925 – William J Crowe Jr, Kentucky, chairman joint chief of staff 1925 – Larry Harmon, American entertainer and TV producer (d. 2008) 1927 – David Herbert, publisher 1927 – Gino Marchetti, NFL defensive end (Dallas Texans, Baltimore Colts) 1927 – Richard Belmont Ray, (Rep-D-Ga) [or Feb 2] 1928 – Dan Rostenkowski, (Rep-D-Il, -94) 1928 – Gerhard Amanshauser, writer 1928 – Harry Hyams, English immovable goods owner (Center Point) 1928 – Howard Caine, Nashville TN, actor (Brushfire) 1928 – Tiberiu Olah, composer 1928 – Vaughn Beals, Cambridge Mass, CEO (Harley Davidson motorcycle) 1928 – Avie Bennett, Canadian philanthropist 1928 – Daisaku Ikeda, Japanese writer 1929 – Art Prysock, jazz musician

1857 – Frederick Opper, cartoonist (Maud, Alphonse & Gaston) 1857 – Martha Carey Thomas, educator/president (Bryn Mawr College) 1860 – William C Mills, museum curator (excavated Ohio Indian mounds) 1861 – Helen Herron Taft, 1st lady (1909-12) 1863 – Lucia Zarate, became lightest known adult human (2.1 kg at 17) 1866 – Prof Gilbert Murray, Australian classical scholar (d. 1957) 1870 – Ernst Barlach, writer 1873 – Anton Pannekoek, Dutch astronomer/marxist theorist (Communist Tactics) 1873 – Thrse de Lisieux, French Roman-Catholic nun (d. 1897) 1877 – Slava Raskaj, Croatian painter (d.1906) 1879 – Johannes L “Jan” Walch, Dutch literary (Grimaces) 1879 – Pieter Tesch, Dutch geologist (Pedestal of Nederlands) 1880 – Louis Breguet, French aviation pioneer 1884 – Jacques Chardonne, [Boutelleau], French writer (l’Epithalame) 1885 – Johannes Ringers, Dutch water engineer (dikes) 1886 – Moyshe Leyb Halpern, Galican/US poet (In New-York) 1886 – Florence Lawrence, Canadian actress (d. 1938) 1886 – Apsley Cherry-Garrard, English Antarctic explorer (d. 1959) 1889 – Tito Schipa, Italy, tenor/composer (La Rondine) 1889 – Walter Baldwin, Ohio, actor (Gay Amigo) 1892 – Lura Anson, Nebraska, entertainer

1957 – Joanna Pacula, Tomszowaubelski Poland, actress (Gorky Park, Kiss) 1958 – Vladimir Ovchinnikov, Russian pianist 1959 – Kirti Azad, cricketer (Indian off-spin all-rounder in 7 Tests 1981-83) 1960 – Raman Lamba, cricketer (Indian opening batsman 1986-87) 1960 – Naoki Urasawa, Japanese manga author 1961 – Gabrielle Carteris, Phoenix Az, actress (Andrea-Beverly Hills 90210) 1961 – Todd Haynes, American film director 1963 – David Cone, KC Mo, baseball pitcher (NY Mets/Tor Blue Jays/NY Yankees) 1963 – Edgar Martinez, NYC, baseball 1st baseman (Seattle Mariners) 1964 – Christopher John Gray, priest 1964 – Pernell Whitaker, boxer (Olympic-gold) 1964 – Rumesh Ratnayake, cricketer (Sri Lankan pacer in 23 Tests 1983-92) 1965 – Diane Lane, NYC, actress (Streets of Fire, Lady Beware, Lonesome Dove) 1965 – Greg Swindell, Fort Worth TX, pitcher (Houston Astros, Cleve Indians) 1965 – Russ Courtnall, Duncan, NHL right wing (Vancouver Canucks) 1966 – Tia Carrere, [Althea Janairo], Honolulu, actress (Wayne’s World) 1967 – Harlon Barnett, NFL safety (Minn Vikings) 1967 – Jn Gnarr, Icelandic comedian 1968 – Cuba Gooding Jr, actor (Boyz N the Hood, Glaadiator, Few Good Men) 1968 – Scott Mitchell, NFL quarterback (Detroit Lions) 1968 – Anky van Grunsven, Dutch dressage champion 1968 – Evan Parke, Jamaican actor 1969 – Christy Turlington, SF Calif, model (Calvin Klein Eternity) 1969 – Rick Tabaracci, Toronto, NHL goalie (Calgary Flames) 1969 – Robert Svehla, Martin Cze, NHL defenseman (Florida Panthers, Slovakia) 1969 – Stephen Davies, Aust field hockey forward/vice capt (Oly-sil-92, 96) 1969 – Karl-Heinz Grasser, Austrian politician 1969 – Glen Johnson, Jamaican boxer

1910 – Srirangam Srinivasarao, Telugu Poet (d. 1983) 1912 – Andre Ameller, composer 1912 – Anna Lee, Ightham England, actress (Scruples, Lila-General Hospital) 1912 – Barbara Pentland, Winnipeg Canada, composer 1912 – Renato Guttuso, Italian painter (Flight from Etna, Crucifixion) 1913 – Ernest Sidey, British air marshal 1913 – Gardner Read, Evanston, Illinois, composer 1913 – Juanita E Jackson Mitchell, US head (NAACP) 1913 – Leon P Teisserenc de Bort, France, meteorologist 1913 – Anna Lee, English actress (d. 2004) 1915 – John Hope Franklin, historian 1917 – Vera Zorina, German dancer (d. 2003) 1918 – Willi Graf, German anti-Nazi activist (d. 1943) 1920 – Duke of Devonshire, English large landowner/art collector 1920 – Isaac Asimov, Russia, scientist/writer (I Robot, Foundation Trilogy) 1920 – Penelope Jessel, politcal activist 1920 – Peter Harrison Swan, bomber pilot/stockbroker

366 – The Alamanni cross the frozen Rhine River in large numbers, invading the Roman Empire 533 – Mercurius becomes Pope John II, the first pope to adopt a new name upon elevation to the papacy 1492 – Reconquista: the emirate of Granada, the last Moorish stronghold in Spain, surrenders 1777 – American Revolutionary War: American forces under the command of George Washington repulsed a British attack at the Battle of the Assunpink Creek near Trenton, New Jersey 1788 – Georgia becomes the fourth state to ratify the United States Constitution 1791 – Big Bottom massacre in the Ohio Country, marking the beginning of the Northwest Indian War 1818 – The British Institution of Civil Engineers is founded 1833 – Re-establishment of British rule on the Falklands. 1860 – The discovery of the planet Vulcan is announced at a meeting of the Acadmie des Sciences in Paris 1871 – Amadeus I becomes King of Spain 1900 – John Hay announces the Open Door Policy to promote trade with China 1905 – Russo-Japanese War: The Russian garrison surrenders at Port Arthur, China 1911 – A gun battle in the East End of London left two dead and sparked a political row over the involvement of then-Home Secretary Winston Churchill 1920 – The second Palmer Raid takes place with another 6,000 suspected communists and anarchists arrested and held without trial. These raids take place in several U.S. cities.

1974 – President Richard Nixon signs a bill lowering the maximum U.S. speed limit to 55 MPH in order to conserve gasoline during an OPEC embargo 1999 – A brutal snowstorm smashes into the Midwestern United States, causing 14 inches (359 mm) of snow in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and 19 inches (487 mm) in Chicago, where temperatures plunge to -13 F (-25 C); 68 deaths are reported 2001 – Sila Caldern becomes the first female Governor of Puerto Rico 2002 – Eduardo Duhalde is appointed interim President of Argentina by the Legislative Assembly. 2004 – Stardust successfully flies past Comet Wild 2, collecting samples that are returned to Earth. 2006 – An explosion in a coal mine in Sago, West Virginia traps and kills 12 miners, while leaving one miner in critical condition.

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