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Danny Kinahan

Daniel “Danny” de Burgh Kinahan MP is a British politician from the Ulster Unionist Party, Member of Parliament for South Antrim and former member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for South Antrim. In 2005 he was elected to Antrim Borough Council, and in June 2009 he was appointed to the South Antrim seat in the Assembly vacated by the resignation of David Burnside.

Lester Wire

Lester Farnsworth Wire (September 3, 1887 – April 14, 1958) was credited with the invention of the electric traffic light in 1912 in Salt Lake City. Wire worked as a detective for the Salt Lake City police force. The original traffic light, based on a semaphore system, had been invented in London in 1868 by John Peake Knight but had not been a success.

Red Smyth

James Daniel “Red” Smyth was born on January 30, 1893 in Holly Springs, Mississippi. He died on April 14, 1958 in Inglewood, California. He was an outfielder in Major League Baseball from 1915 to 1918 with the Brooklyn Robins and St. Louis Cardinals.

Ron Crevier

Ronald Joseph Oscar Camille “Ron” Crevier (born April 14, 1958) is a Canadian former professional basketball player. He played part of one season in the National Basketball Association and in the early 1980s for the Canadian national men’s basketball team.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Crevier played for Dawson College CEGEP before enrolling at Boston College, where during his four years he came off the bench for the Eagles. Despite his limited playing time the 7-foot Crevier was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in the 4th round (75th pick overall) in the 1983 draft. He did not make team however and played instead in the Continental Basketball Association for the Toronto Tornados, along with fellow Canadian Jim Zoet.
Crevier began the 1985-86 season playing for the Springfield Flame of the United States Basketball League, and posted the 3rd most blocked shots in the league with 1.6 per game. He joined the Golden State Warriors in mid-season and saw a minute of action in one game. He later joined the Detroit Pistons, playing 3 minutes over two games. Crevier then played the 1986-7 season for Pamesa Valencia in Spain.

Peter Capaldi

Peter Dougan Capaldi (born 14 April 1958) is a Scottish actor, writer and director, best known for playing the twelfth incarnation of the Doctor in the television series Doctor Who. His next most notable role is spin doctor Malcolm Tucker in The Thick of It, for which he has received four British Academy Television Award nominations, winning Best Male Comedy Performance in 2010. For reprising the role in the spinoff film In the Loop, Capaldi was honoured with several film critic award nominations for Best Supporting Actor. He further took on the role of Paddington Bear’s neighbour Mr. Curry in the family comedy film Paddington; he is set to reprise the role in Paddington 2.

Danie Gerber

Danie Gerber (born 14 April 1958 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa) is a former South African rugby union player, who played for South Africa between 1980 and 1992. Playing mainly at centre, he won only 24 caps for South Africa despite playing internationally for 12 years because of South Africa’s sporting isolation caused by apartheid. He did however play 115 games for Eastern Province, 40 for Western Province and 24 for Free State in South African domestic rugby. In 2007 he was induced into the International Rugby Hall of Fame.
His first international was against the South American Jaguars in 1980, where Gerber scored a try. He played another two matches that year, and in 1981 played Ireland twice before touring to New Zealand. He played all three Tests against the All Blacks on the 1981 Springbok Tour, and a Test in the United States following the tour. As well as played the Jaguars four times over the next two years, he also starred in the 1984 England tour to South Africa. Gerber played outside South Africa’s first ever Black player, Errol Tobias, in the series, and scored three tries in the second Test.
Gerber’s career of games played and Points scored:
In 1980 he played two tests against the South American Jaguars (now known as Argentina) in Montevideo and Santiago and scored a try in each test and one test against France in Pretoria without scoring any points.
In 1981 he played two tests against Ireland in Cape Town (scoring two tries) and in Durban without scoring points. He also played in all three tests, (Christchurch, Wellington and Auckland) without scoring any points, of the infamous protestor tour of New Zealand during 1981 which was lost by the Springboks due to a controversial penalty by the referee four minutes into injury time in the final test. (Ray Mordt scored three tries in the final test of the series.) The final test of 1981 was played against the USA in Glenville, without scoring any points.
During 1982 he played two tests against the South American Jaguars (Argentina), scoring three tries in Pretoria and one in Bloemfontein.
In 1984 he played two tests against England, scoring one try in his hometown, Port Elizabeth and three in Johannesburg. Again the South American Jaguars (Argentina) toured South Africa and Gerber scored one try and one conversion in Pretoria and one try in Cape Town.
In 1986 the New Zealand Cavaliers (a rebel tour against the wishes of the NZ Rugby Union) toured South Africa, Gerber played in all four tests in Cape Town, Durban, Pretoria and Johannesburg and only managed one try in the Pretoria game.
After a long period of isolation in 1992 he played his final five test vs: New Zealand in Johannesburg scoring two tries, Australia in Cape Town without scoring any points, France in Lyon and Parc des Princes scoring one try in each match. His final test was against England on Twickenham which went without scoring any points.
Number of test per country, Tries, Conversion: South American Jaguars (Argentina)6 Tests, 8 Tries,1 conversion. France 3 tests, 2 Tries. Ireland 2 Tests, 2 Tries. New Zealand 4 Tests, 2 Tries. New Zealand Cavaliers 4 Tests, 1 Try. USA 1 Test, 0 Tries. England 3 Tests, 4 Tries. Australia 1 Test, 0 Tries
Gerber has been named in both International Rugby Hall of Fame member’s Martin Johnson and Bill McLaren’s all time XV.

Mike Hulbert

Michael Patrick Hulbert (born April 14, 1958) is an American professional golfer and sportscaster.

Peter Adoboh

Peter Iornzuul Adoboh (* 14. April 1958 in Tse-Kucha) ist ernannter Bischof von Katsina-Ala in Nigeria.