This Day in History :: 17 June
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17 June 1997 : NHL announces it will add Nashville in 1998, Atlanta in 1999 and Minneapolis-St Paul and Columbus, Ohio in 2000
17 June 1996 : Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Syracuse New York on WAQX 95.7 FM
17 June 1994 : 1994 World Cup soccer match begin, Germany vs. Bolivia in Chicago
17 June 1992 : Conn Gov Lowell Weicker and WFAN DJ Don Imus change places for 1 day
17 June 1992 : Philadelphia 76ers trade Charles Barkley to Phoenix Suns
17 June 1992 : Slaughtering by Inkhata-followers at Boipatong, South Africa, kills 42
17 June 1991 : Country entertainer Minnie Pearl suffers a stroke at 78
17 June 1991 : President Zachary Taylors body is exhumed to test how he died
17 June 1991 : South Africa abolishes last of its apartheid laws
17 June 1990 : "Some Americans Abroad" closes at Vivian Beaumont NYC after 62 performances
17 June 1990 : 90th US Golf Open: Hale Irwin shoots a 280 at Medinah Country Club - Medinah, Illinois
17 June 1990 : Chris Johnson wins LPGA Atlantic City Golf Classic
17 June 1989 : US beats Guatemala 2-1, in 3rd round of 1990 world soccer cup
17 June 1988 : Bruce Springsteen separates from Juliette Phillips
17 June 1988 : Microsoft releases MS DOS 4.0









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