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- April 05, 1999
- Vol. 51
- No. 12
The Way We Were
A Look Back at the Year People Began
Ted Kennedy Jr., 12, told PEOPLE how he learned to ski again after losing a leg to cancer. Now he researches home lead hazards.
Jackie O's Bear Foot Fling
Oh, what animal magnetism! How else to explain Jacqueline Onassis's waltz with a dancing bear—well, a dancing man in a bear suit—at the Russian folk ballet Berkiozka in Paris April 8? Jackie died in May 1994 at age 64.
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APRIL 7, 1974
Broadway Fond of Henry's Trial Run
Henry Fonda wowed Broadway audiences with his portrayal of famed defense attorney Clarence Darrow, a performance The New York Times praised for its "urbanity, compassion and wit." Fonda died in August 1982 at age 77.
"Hooked on a Feeling," with its "ooga-chaka" chant, topped the charts for Björn Skits's pop group Blue Swede. TV's Ally McBeal danced to the tune with the Internet's Baby Cha Cha last year.
A Brave's New World
A soaring drive to Atlanta Stadium's left center field put Hank Aaron, 40, in the record books April 8 as baseball's all-time home run champ, It was the 715th homer for the Braves outfielder, putting him one ahead of Babe Ruth. Aaron, who retired in 1976 with a record total of 755, is now a team senior vice president.
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