Toulon sub 20 – Portugal tem começo auspicioso Junho 2, 2005
O amor, quando se revela,
Não se sabe revelar.
Sabe bem olhar p’ra ela,
Mas não lhe sabe falar.
Quem quer dizer o que sente
Não sabe o que há de dizer.
Fala: parece que mente
Cala: parece esquecer
Ah, mas se ela adivinhasse,
Se pudesse ouvir o olhar,
E se um olhar lhe bastasse
Pra saber que a estão a amar!
Mas quem sente muito, cala;
Quem quer dizer quanto sente
Fica sem alma nem fala,
Fica só, inteiramente!
Mas se isto puder contar-lhe
O que não lhe ouso contar,
Já não terei que falar-lhe
Porque lhe estou a falar…
É notícia divulgada pelo Jornal de Negócios no dia 1 de Junho. Pois bem, a esta hora (10.00 h) do dia 2 de Junho as acções da Portugal Telecom estão a baixar no Euronext Lisboa precisamente 5% . Será 1% por cada ano? Afinal o Benfica é Campeão ou desceu de divisão ?
0455 – The Vandals enter Rome, and plunder the city for two weeks. They depart with countless valuables, spoils of the Temple in Jerusalem brought to Rome by Titus, and the Empress Eudoxia and her daughters Eudocia and Placidia.
0576 – Benedict I becomes Pope.
0829 – Saint Nicephorus, dies. Patriarch of Constantinople
1535 – Pope Leo XI was born (d. 1605) .
1572 – Thomas Howard 4th Duke of Norfolk, is executed (Tower of London);
1615 – First Récollet missionaries arrive at Quebec City, from Rouen, France.
1716 – Ogata Korin, dies (b. c. 1657). Japanese painter.
1740 – Marquis de Sade, was born (d. 1814). French author.
1763 – Pontiac’s Rebellion: At what is now Mackinaw City, Michigan, Chippewas capture Fort Michilimackinac by diverting the garrison’s attention with a game of lacrosse, then chasing a ball into the fort.
1773 – John Randolph, was born (d. 1833). US Senator from Virginia.
1774 – Intolerable Acts: The Quartering Act, requiring American colonists to let British soldiers into their homes, is reenacted.
1780 – The Derby, horse race, was first held.
1787 – Nils Gabriel Sefström was born (d. 30 Nov 1845). Swedish chemist who discovered the element vanadium
1793 – Jean Paul Marat recites the names of 29 people to the French National Convention. Almost all of these are guillotined, followed by 17,000 more over the course of the next year during the Reign of Terror.
1800 – First smallpox vaccination in North America, at Trinity, Newfoundland.
1821 – Ion C. Bratinau, was born (d. 1891). Romanian statesman.
1835 – Pope Pius X was born (d. 1914).
1835 – P.T. Barnum and his circus begins first tour of the U.S.
1836 – Mily Balakirev, was born (d. 1910). Russian composer.
1837 – António Dias de Oliveira assume o cargo de primeiro-ministro de Portugal
1840 – Thomas Hardy, was born (d. 1928). English poet, novelist.
1848 – Slavic congress in Prague begins.
1854 – Foi fundado o jornal “Comércio do Porto”
1855 – the Portland Rum Riot occurs in Portland, Maine
1857 – Edward Elgar, was born (d. 1934). English composer.
1857 – Karl Adolph Gjellerup, was born (d. 1919). Danish writer.
1863 – Felix Weingartner, was born (d. 1942). Yugoslavian conductor
1865 – George Lohmann, was born (d. 1901). English cricketer.
1865 – American Civil War ends – Forces under Confederate General Edmund Kirby Smith surrender at Galveston, Texas, becoming the last to do so.
1866 – Morte da heroína venezuelana Luisa Caceres de Arismendi
1876 – Hristo Botev, dioes (b. 1848). Bulgarian revolutionary.
1882 – Giuseppe Garibaldi, dies (b. 1807). Italian revolutionarist.
1886 – U.S. President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom in the White House, becoming the only president to wed in the executive mansion.
1888 – Foi fundado o jornal “Jornal de Notícias”
1891 – Thurman Arnold, was born (d. 1969). American attorney and jurist.
1896 – Marconi receives a patent for his newest invention: the radio
1897 – Mark Twain, responding to rumors that he was dead, is quoted by the New York Journal as saying, “The report of my death was an exaggeration.”
1899 – Lotte Reiniger, was born (d. 1981). German film director.
1901 – George Leslie Mackay, dies (b. 1844). Canadian missionary.
1903 – Max Aub Mohrenwitz was born in Paris (d. 22 Jul 1972 “. “No quiero esquelas, no quiero flores, sólo una piedra, con mi nombre y primer apellido y las fechas“). Writer “ escritor y cineasta arriesgado, hombre integral de cien nacionalidades y español del éxodo sin llanto… “.Los poemas cotidianos (1930), Teatro incompleto (1930), Espejo de avaricia (1935) Yo vivo (1936). La gallina ciega, diario español (1971) ; ciclo El laberinto mágico, Juego de cartas (1964).
1904 – Johnny Weissmuller [Peter Jonas Weissmuller] was born (d. 1984). American swimmer and actor (Tarzan).
1909 – Alfred Deakin becomes Prime Minister of Australia for the third time.
1912 – Francisco Lázaro vence a Maratona organizada em Lisboa pela revista Tiro e Sport. Lázaro morreria nos Jogos Olímpicos de Estocolmo, ao correr a Maratona.
1913 – Barbara Pym, was born (d. 1980). English novelist.
1917 – Heinz Sielmann, was born. Scientific publicist.
1920 – Marcel Reich-Ranicki, was born. Polish critic.
1922 – Charlie Sifford, was born. First African American golfer on the PGA TOUR.
1924 – U.S. President Calvin Coolidge signs Indian Citizenship Act into law, granting citizenship to all Native Americans born within the territorial limits of the United States.
1925 – Wally Pipp, first baseman of the New York Yankees, asks for a day off due to a headache. He is replaced in the lineup by Lou Gehrig, who also starts the next 2,128 consecutive games.
1929 – Norton Juster, was born. American author and architect.
1932 – Inaugurada a Estação Fluvial do Terreiro do Paço em Lisboa.
1932 – Morte, na Inglaterra, do destronado rei D. Manuel II (último rei de Portugal).
1933 – Frank Jarvis, dies (b. 1878). American athlete.
1935 – Baseballer Babe Ruth announces he is going to retire from the sport.
1941 – Lou Gehrig, dies (b. 1903). American baseball player.
1941 – Stacy Keach, was born. American actor.
1941 – Charlie Watts, was born. English rock musician (“The Rolling Stones“)
1942 – Barry Levinson, was born. American producer.
1943 – Peter Heisterkamp, aka Palermo, was born (d. 1977). Artist.
1944 – Marvin Hamlisch, was born. American composer, musician
1946 – Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, was born.
1946 – Birth of the Italian Republic: In a referendum Italians decide to turn Italy from a monarchy into a Republic. After this referendum the king of Italy Umberto II di Savoia was exiled.
1948 – Jerry Mathers, was born. American actor
1948 – Todd Rundgren, was born. American singer and producer
1951 – Larry Robinson, was born. Canadian hockey player.
1952 – Nascimento, no Rio de Janeiro, de Ana Cristina Cruz César, poetisa brasileira.
1953 – Craig Stadler, was born. American golfer.
1953 – Summit of Everest reached for the first time.
1953 – Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, the first to be televised.
1955 – USSR and Yugoslavia sign the Belgrade declaration and thus normalize relations between both countries, discontinued since 1948.
1955 – Dana Carvey, was born. American actor, comedian
1956 – Jean Hersholt, dies (b. 1886). Danish actor and humanitarian.
1958 – Lex Luger, was born. Professional wrestler
1960 – Kyle Petty, was born. NASCAR driver
1961 – George S. Kaufman, dies (b. 1889). Playwright.
1962 – Vita Sackville-West, dies (b. 1892). English writer, gardener.
1962 – Clyde Drexler, was born. American basketball player
1964 – Criação da OLP.
1965 – Steve Waugh and Mark Waugh, were born. Australian Cricketing Legends
1965 – Vietnam War: The first contingent of Australian combat troops arrives in South Vietnam. 1966 – Surveyor program: Surveyor 1 lands in Oceanus Procellarumon the Moon, becoming the first US spacecraft to soft land on another world.
1966 – In the Congo, the four former ministers sentenced to death for treason, murder, and an attempted coup by Joseph-Désiré Mobutu’s military government, are hanged.
1967 – Benno Ohnesorg, dies (b. 1940). German student of Romance languages and literature.
1967 – Protests in West Berlin against the arrival of the Shah of Iran turn into fights, during which young Benno Ohnesorg is killed by a police officer. His death results in the founding of the terrorist group Movement 2 June.
1969 – In Ottawa, Canada the National Arts Center opens its doors to the public for the first time.
1969 – Thurman Arnold, dies (b. 1891). American attorney and jurist.
1970 – Bruce McLaren, dies (b. 1937). New Zealand car racer, designer, manufacturer.
1971 – Anthony Montgomery, was born. American actor
1972 – Wayne Brady, was born. American actor, comedian.
1975 – Em Portugal, inaugurou-se a Assembleia Constituinte, responsável pela redacção da Primeira Constituição após a Revolução de Abril de 1974
1976 – Earl Boykins, was born. American basketball player.
1978 – Morte do presidente do Real Madrid, Santiago Bernabéu.
1979 – Pope John Paul II visits his native Poland, becoming the first Pope to visit a Communist country.
1982 – Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry, dies (b. 1904). Pakistani politician.
1985 – Serial killer Leonard Lake is arrested near San Francisco, California for shoplifting.
1985 – R.J. Reynolds and Nabisco propose a merger.
1987 – Muere el concertista de guitarra Andrés Segovia.
1987 – Sammy Kaye, dies (b. 1910). American bandleader.
1987 – Andres Segovia, dies (b. 1893). Spanish musician, guitarist.
1988 – Muere el escritor Jesús Fernández Santos.
1989 – Freddy Adu, was born. Ghanaian footballer D.C. United.
1989 – Exército chinês “abafou” manifestação popular da Praça de Tiananmen
1990 – Rex Harrison, dies (b. 1908). English actor.
1992 – Phillip Dunne, dies (b. 1908). Director.
1995 – United States Air Force Captain Scott O’Grady‘s F-16 is shot down over Bosnia while patrolling the NATO no-fly zone.
1996 – Ray Combs, dies (b. 1956). American game show host, comedian.
1996 – Leon Garfield, dies (b. 1921). Children’s author.
1997 – Timothy McVeigh is convicted on 15 counts of murder and conspiracy for his role in the 1995 terrorist bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
1997 – Lionel Jospin é nomeado primeiro-ministro da França .
1998 – Voters in California approved California Proposition 227, abolishing that state’s bilingual education program.
1998 – The CIH computer virus is discovered in Taiwan.
1999 – The Bhutan Broadcasting Service finally brings television transmissions to the Kingdom for the first time.
2001 – Imogene Coca, dies (b. 1908). American actress.
2001 – Joey Maxim, dies. American boxer .
2003 – Fred Blassie, dies (b. 1918). American professional wrestler.
2003 – Thousands of defeated Iraqi troops march on the U.S. occupation headquarters in Baghdad, demanding pay.
2004 – The first episode of Ken Jennings‘ incredible reign as Jeopardy! champion airs. He starts out with $37,201 and would go on to win more than two million dollars.
The Greek Orthodox Church commemorates Saint Nicephorus‘ death.
Italy‘s Festa della Repubblica (Republic Day), which commemorates the birth of the Repubblica Italiana and the end of the monarchy.