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ENGLAND ' S PRINCE HARRY — Charles and Diana had a second son, Prince Harry, third in line for succession to the British throne. WORLD SERIES FOR THE TIGERS — The Detroit Tigers beat the San Diego Padres four games to one to win the 1984 World Series. -t?3 LIBERTY GETS A FACE LIFT — After 98 years of wear, the Statue of Liberty began receiving badly needed repairs, including new iron supports and a new gold-plated torch. - y SPACE WALK — Mission specialists aboard the Shuttle Challenger used manned maneuvering units to " walk " in space independent of their spacecraft. INNOCENT — Former automaker John DeLorean was acquitted after a long and highly publicized trial. VICTORY — Michael Jackson and his brothers performed 55 concerts on their massive " Victory Tour " throughout the U.S. There had been initial controversy over high ticket prices. ' 7 -Of Si- 02 credit: AP W DE WORLD PHOTOS CURRIENT lENIENTS
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poCi B A . DUPE k 9- 2 ' V SOVIET FUNERAL — Soviet leader Yuri Andropov died on Feb. 9 and Konstantin Chernenko succeeded him. OLYMPICS, YUGOSLAV STYLE — At the winter Olympics in Sarajevo, the U.S. netted four gold and four silver medals. Scott Hamilton won the men ' s figure skating and Steve Mahre won the Giant Slalom. NOT SO TRIVIAL — Trivial Pursuit was the game of the year. Students at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, PA, even built a giant board for a trivia contest. WHO YA GONNA CALL? — " Ghostbusters " , a comedy horror movie starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, was the highest grossing movie of 1984, earning over $200 million by year end. 9 f-tt ELECTION ' 84 — Presidential candidates Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale took part in two televised debates. The debates were close; the election wasn ' t. Reagan was reelected by a wide margin. et ' fi FAMINE IN ETHIOPIA — Millions suffered in northern Africa from a famine caused by several years of drought. Belatedly aware of the tragedy, leading nations rushed food and money to the scene. :UI?I?I:NT lENIENTS
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