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Important Events Of April 11

1999    63rd Golf Masters Championship:
1996    "King and I," premieres at Neil Simon Theater in New York City for 781 perform
1996    Detroit Red Wings become 2nd NHL team to win 60 games in a season
1993    57th Golf Masters Championship: Bernhard Langer wins, shooting a 277
1993    Jeff Rouse swims world record 100m backstroke (51.43 sec)
1993    Kirsan Ilumzjinov installed as president of Kalmukkie
1992    BPAA U.S. Open by Robert Lawrence
1992    Country singer Lee Greenwood weds Miss Tennessee 1989 (Kimberly Payne)
1992    Euro-Disney opens near Paris
1992    Indians set team record for long game lose to Red Sox (19 inn - 6 hours)
1992    Irish Republican Army bombs London financial district, killing 3
1991    "Miss Saigon," opens at Broadway Theater New York City
1991    New York City's Museum of Broadcasting becomes "Museum of Radio and Television"
1991    Space Shuttle STS-37, Atlantis 8, lands
1991    U.N. Security Council issues formal cease fire with Iraq declaration
1990    Angels Mark Langston and Mike Witt, no-hit Seattle, 1-0
1990    New York Lotto pays $35 million to two winner (#s are 6-14-24-32-34-51)
1990    New York Rangers beat New York Islanders 6-1, Rangers lead 3-1 in preliminary
1989    1st playoff goal scored by a goalie, Ron Hextall of Philadelphia
1989    Flyers, scores short-handed into an empty net beating Caps 8-5
1988    Royal Concert building in Amsterdam reopens
1987    Yankees score 12 runs in 7th inning vs Kansas City Royals
1987    Zoja Ivanova wins 2nd female World Cup marathon (2:30:39)
1986    A Canadain 1921 50 cent piece auctioned in New York City for $22,000
1986    Dodge Morgan sailed solo nonstop around world in 150 days
1986    Halley's Comet makes closest approach to Earth this trip, 63 M km
1986    KXA-AM in Seattle, Washington changes call letters to KRPM
1985    Caps 2-Isles 1 (OT)-Patrick Div Semifinals- Caps hold 2-0 lead
1984    Challenger astronauts complete 1st in space satellite repair
1984    Chinese troops invade Vietnam
1984    General Sec Konstantin U Chernenko named President of Soviet Union
1984    Soyuz T-11 returns to Earth
1984    U.S.S.R. party leader Chernenko elected president
1983    3rd Golden Raspberry Awards: Inchon! wins
1983    47th Golf Masters Championship: Seve Ballesteros wins, shooting a 280
1983    55th Academy Awards - "Gandhi," Ben Kingsley and Meryl Streep win
1983    NASA launches RCA-F
1982    46th Golf Masters Championship: Craig Stadler wins, shooting a 284
1982    Penguins 5-Isles 2-Preliminary-Series tied at 2-2
1981    Larry Holmes beats Trevor Holmes in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1981    Race riot in London area of Brixton
1981    Ronald Reagan arrives home from hospital after Hinkley shot him
1981    Valerie Bertinelli marries Eddie Van Halen
1980    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulates sexual harassment
1980    Paul McCartney releases "Coming Up"
1979    Ugandan dictator Idi Amin overthrown; Tanzania takes Kampala
1977    Ireland sets fishing zone at 50 mile
1976    40th Golf Masters Championship: Ray Floyd wins, shooting a 271
1975    Hank Aaron returns as a Milwaukee Brewer player
1975    JP Parise 11 sec OT goal-Isles 1st playoff advance eliminates Rangers
1974    WW II war criminal JP Philippa arrested
1972    Benjamin L Hooks, named to FCC
1972    U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test
1971    "Johnny Johnson" opens/closes at Edison Theater New York City for 1 performance
1971    35th Golf Masters Championship: Charles Coody wins, shooting a 279
1971    WBFF TV channel 45 in Baltimore, MD (IND) begins broadcasting
1970    Apollo 13 launched to Moon; unable to land, returns in 6 days
1970    Beatles' "Let It Be," single goes #1 and stays #1 for 2 weeks
1970    San Francisco beats Cincinnati 2-1, only day Reds aren't in 1st place in 1970
1969    South African president Frederik de Klerk marries Marike Willemse
1968    Polish Marshal Spychalski succeeds Ochab as president
1968    President Johnson signs 1968 Civil Rights Act
1968    West Berlin student Rudi Dutschke seriously wounded at demonstration
1968    WHED TV channel 15 in Hanover, New Hampshire (PBS) begins broadcasting
1967    "Illya Darling" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater New York City for 320 performances
1967    Harlem (New York City) voters defy Congress and reelect Adam Clayton Powell Jr
1967    Tom Stoppard's "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead," premieres
1966    30th Golf Masters Championship: Jack Nicklaus wins, shooting a 288
1966    Emmett Ashford becomes 1st black major league umpire
1965    29th Golf Masters Championship: Jack Nicklaus wins, shooting a 271
1965    40 tornadoes strike U.S. midwest killing 272 and injuring 5,000
1964    "Anyone Can Whistle" closes at Majestic Theater New York City after 9 performances
1963    John XXIII encyclical On peace in truth, justice, charity and liberty
1963    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1963    Warren Spahn beats Mets 6-1 for his 328th win (most by a lefty)
1962    New York Mets make a losing debut
1961    Bob Dylan's 1st appearance at Folk City, Greenwich Village
1961    15th NBA Championship: Bos Celtics beat St. Louis Hawks, 4 games to 1
1961    Austrian 4th and last government of Raab resigns
1961    Israel begins Adolf Eichmann WW II war crimes trial
1960    1st weather satellite launched (Tiros 1)
1959    "Jamaica" closes at Imperial Theater New York City after 558 performances
1959    Dodger pitcher Don Drysdale hits his 2nd Opening Day home run
1959    Dutch prince Bernhard visits Lockheed factory
1958    Brooks Hall in Civic Center dedicated in San Francisco
1957    Pablo Neruda arrested in Buenos Aires
1957    Ryan X-13 Vertijet becomes 1st jet to take-off and land vertically
1956    French government decides to sends 200,000 reservists to Algeria
1956    Singer Nat Cole attacked on stage of Birmingham theater by whites
1955    Sobers starts run of 85 Test Cricket appearances for WI uninterrupted
1954    Marlene Bauer wins LPGA New Orleans Golf Open
1953    Oveta Culp Hobby becomes 1st at Health, Education, and Welfare
1951    President Truman fires General Douglas McArthur
1950    Prince Rainier III becomes ruler of Monaco
1950    U.S. B-29 bomber shot down above Latvia
1948    12th Golf Masters Championship: Claude Harmon wins, shooting a 279
1947    Jackie Robinson becomes 1st black in modern major-league baseball
1945    Allied troops liberate Basket-Compascuum
1945    SS burns and shoots 1,100 at Gardelegen
1945    U.S. captures Tsugen Shima
1945    U.S. soldiers liberate Nazi concentration camp "Buchenwald"
1945    U.S. troops conquers Mulheim, Oberhausen, Bochum, Unna, Essen
1944    RAF bombs census bureau in The Hague
1943    Frank Piasecki, Vertol founder, flies his 1st (single-rotor) craft
1942    Distinguished Service Medal for Merchant Marines authorized
1941    Germany blitzes Conventry, England
1941    Jewish Weekly newspaper taken control by Nazis
1941    Nazi occupiers in Netherlands confiscate Jewish assets
1939    Hungary leaves League of Nations
1936    Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "On Your Toes," premieres in New York City
1936    Stanley Cup: Detroit Red Wings beat Toronto Maple Leafs, 3 games to 1
1933    Hermann Goering becomes premier of Prussia
1929    KLO-AM in Ogden, Utah begins radio transmissions
1929    Loetafoon celluloid film system demonstrated in Amsterdam
1927    Chilean General Carlos Ibanez names himself president
1926    Flemish Economic Covenant (VEV) forms in Ghent
1925    Abd el-Krims Rifkabylen beats French army in Morocco
1924    1st men's college swimming championships begin
1924    Socialists win Denmark's parliamentary elections
1924    WLS-AM in Chicago, Illinois begins radio transmissions
1921    Iowa imposed 1st state cigarette tax
1921    KDKA broadcast 1st radio sporting event, a boxing match (Ray-Dundee)
1921    Turkestan ASSR forms in Russian SFSR
1917    Babe Ruth beats New York Yankees, pitching 3-hit 10-3 win for Red Sox
1914    George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion," premieres
1912    Cornerstone of Technion in Haifa Palestine laid
1907    New York Giant Roger Bresnahan becomes 1st catcher to wear shin guards
1906    Einstein introduces his Theory of Relativity
1902    Battle at Rooiwal, South Africa
1900    U.S. Navy's 1st submarine made its debut
1899    Treaty of Paris ratifies ends war; Spain cedes Puerto Rico to US
1898    President McKinley asks for Spanish-American War declaration
1895    Anaheim completes it's new electric light system
1891    8 year old Jewish tailor's daughter disappears in Greece, rumor spreads that she was a Christian girl ritually killed by Jews
1890    Ellis Island designated as an immigration station
1881    River ferry "Princess Victoria" sinks in Thames River Ont, 180 die
1881    Spelman College founded
1876    Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks organizes
1876    Sir Charles Gordon ends religious tolerance in Sudan
1865    Battle of Mobile, Alabama - evacuated by Confederates
1865    Lincoln urges a spirit of generous conciliation during reconstruction
1863    Battle of Suffolk, Virginia (Norfleet House)
1862    Rebels surrender Ft. Pulaski, Georgia-Rebels surrender
1856    Battle of Rivas; Costa Rica beats Wm Walker's invading Nicaraguans
1848    Hungary becomes constitutional monarchy under king Ferdinand of Austria
1830    Robert Schumann attends piano concerto by Paganini
1814    1st abdication of France by Napoleon; he is exiled to Elba
1801    Johann von Schiller's "Die Jungfrau von Orleans," premieres in Leipzig
1713    Peace of Utrecht; France cedes Maritime provinces to Britain - English, Prussian, Savoois, Portuguese and French peace treaty
1689    William III and Mary II crowned as joint rulers of Britain
1677    Battle at Montcassel, French troops beat Prince William III