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Indianapolis Indians vs. Durham Bulls
Ongoing on the 24th of each Month.

Can purchase tickets by calling 239-5151 or at the Indians Box Office 8am-6pm Monday-Friday, 10am-4pm Saturdays, 12-4pm Sundays or 90 minutes before the game.
Times:7pm
Where:Victory Field

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Born February 16th
1852: Charles Taze Russell, founder of the International Bible Students Association which later became the Jehovah's Witnesses.
1886: Van Wyck Brooks, biographer, critic and literary historian.
1903: Edgar Bergen, ventriloquist and radio comedian.
1904: George Kennan, U.S. diplomat and historian.
1944: Richard Ford, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist (The Sportswriter, Independence Day).
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1957: A U.S. flag flies over an outpost in Wilkes Land, Antarctica.
1959: Fidel Castro takes the oath as Cuban premier in Havana.
1965: Four persons are held in a plot to blow up the Statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell and the Washington Monument.
1966: The World Council of Churches being held in Geneva, urges immediate peace in Vietnam.
1978: China and Japan sign a $20 billion trade pact, which is the most important move since the 1972 resumption of diplomatic ties.