b"1 9 8 8THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPROBERT M. DALSIN HARLAN HANSONBOARD OF DIRECTORSTHOMAS BOLLNOW ANTHONY M. SPIGARELLIANDREW B. BUCK JOHN D. STEPHENSONGEORGE COVINGTON L.B. MORRISCLIFFORD JOHNSON WILLIAM O'BRIANNICHOLAS D. BECHTEL JAMES M. PACELLOSTEVEN L. DOUGLAS MICHAEL PETTIGREWDAVID B. KNUTSON GERALD SADLONCO-CHAIRMAN OF THE CONVENTION COMMITTEEJAMES M. PACELLO, WILLIAM KUGLER AND JAMES M. PACELLO HISTORIC FACTS- Table Tennis (Ping Pong) became an Olympic Sport.- The Fog Bowl: The NFL game held December 31, 1988 between the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears had a fog rollover so dense that the fans couldn?t see the players and the refs had to call what happened after every play because the players couldn?t even see the sidelines. The Bears won, 20 to 12.- Wrigley Field, Chicago was the last baseball stadium to get floodlights. The Cubs? first night game was on August 8, 1988. - CDs out-sold vinyl records for the first time.- The Morris Worm, the first internet-distributed computer worm to gain significant mainstream media attention, was launched from MIT.COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $2.19 BACON $1.97 LB.GAS $0.90EGGS $0.65 DZ.BREAD $1.28 MOVIE TICKET $3.50AVG INCOME $31,237 POSTAGE STAMP $0.25HOUSE $91,600 LITTLE TYKES$34.99TURTLE SANDBOX"