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Important Events Of April 21



1997    101st Boston Marathon won by Lameck Aguta of Kenya in 2:10:34
1997    26th Boston Women's Marathon won by Fatuma Roba of Ethopia in 2:26:23
1997    Ashes of Timothy Leary and Gene Roddenberry launched into orbit
1996    "Delicate Balance," opens at Plymouth Theater New York City
1996    57th PGA Seniors Golf Championship: Hale Irwin
1996    Barb Mucha wins LPGA Chick-fil-A Charity Golf Championship
1996    Chicago Bulls win NBA record 72 games (72-8)
1996    Matabeleland beat Mashonaland Country Dist to win Logan Cup
1996    Wayne James scores 99 and 99 and ct 11 stp 2 in Logan Cup Final
1995    Boston Celtics final game at Boston Gardens, New York Knicks win 98-92
1995    FBI arrested Timothy McVeigh and charge him with Oklahoma City bombing
1994    "Picnic" opens at Criterion Theater New York City for 45 performances
1994    Eddie Murray sets record for switch hit home runs in a games (11 times)
1994    Serbian army bombs distress clinic in Goradze Bosnia, 28 killed
1993    "Wilder, Wilder, Wilder" opens at Circle in Sq New York City for 30 performances
1993    Brazil votes against a monarchy
1993    Rolling Stone Bill Wyman weds Suzanne Accosta on French Riveria
1992    "High Rollers" opens at Helen Hayes theater on Broadway
1992    Mobil Oil tug with 12,000 gallons of oil run aground in Arthur Kill
1991    52nd PGA Seniors Golf Championship: Jack Nicklaus
1991    Jakov Tolstikov wins 4th World Cup marathon (2:09:17)
1991    Rosa Mota wins 4th World Cup female marathon (2:26:14)
1991    Greatest extra-inning comeback, Pitts scores 6 in bottom of 11th erasing 5 run Cub lead, Pirates also trailed 7-2 in bottom of 9th
1990    "Cartoon All Stars to Rescue" shown on all 4 TV networks
1990    National League umpire is arrested for stealing baseball cards
1990    Reds win running their record to 9-0, best start in club history
1989    George W. Bush and Edward W. Rose become CEO of Texas Rangers
1989    Thousands of Chinese crowd into Beijing's Tiananmen Square cheering students demanding greater political freedom
1988    1st four-day games in County Cricket Championship commence
1988    Barbra Streisand records "You'll Never Know"
1987    Brewers lose, ending AL season-opening winning streak at 13 games
1987    Dow Jones Avg soared 664.7; 2nd biggest one-day gain in history
1987    Milwaukee Brewers lose after 13th straight victory to start season
1987    Richard Hadlee makes highest Test Cricket score of 151* (v Sri Lanka)
1987    Tamil bomb attack in Colombo Sri Lanka, 115 killed
1986    15th Boston Women's Marathon won by I Kristiansen of Norway in 2:24:55
1986    90th Boston Marathon won by Rob de Castella of Australia in 2:07:51
1986    Bob Hering sets Formula One power boat record (165.338 mph, Ariz)
1986    Geraldo Rivera opens Al Capone's vault on TV and finds nothing
1985    Bomb attacks in NATO/AEG-Telefunken building in Brussels
1985    Flyers 5-Isles 2-Patrick Div Finals-Flyers hold 2-0 lead
1985    Ingrid Kristiansen wins London Marathon in a record 2:21:06
1985    Patty Sheehan wins LPGA J&B Scotch Pro-Am Golf Tournament
1984    After 37 weeks, "Thriller" is knocked off as top album by "Footloose"
1984    Centers for Disease Control says virus discovered in France causes AIDS
1984    Franz Weber of Austria skis downhill at a record 209.8 kph
1984    Montreal Expo David Palmer no-hits St. Louis Cardinals, 4-0 in a perfect 5 inn game
1983    Soyuz T-8 is launched
1983    1 pound coin introduced in United Kingdom
1982    Atlanta Braves win their 13th straight game
1982    Dr. Michael E. Bakey performs 1st successful heart implant
1982    Dutch Queen Beatrice addresses U.S. Congress
1981    U.S. furnish $1 billion in arms to Saudi-Arabia
1980    84th Boston Marathon won by Bill Rodgers of Mass in 2:12:11
1980    Howard Stern begins broadcasting on WWWW Detroit, Michigan
1980    9th Boston Women's Marathon won by Jacqueline Gareau of Canada in 2:34:28, Rosie Ruiz disqualified as women's champ she hadn't run entire course
1979    "Carmelina" closes at St. James Theater New York City after 17 performances
1977    "Annie" opens at Alvin Theater New York City for 2377 performances
1977    Billy Martin pulls Yankee line-up out of a hat, beats Blue Jays 8-6
1977    Broadway play "Annie" opens, 1st of 2,377 performances
1977    C Strouse and M Charnins musical "Annie," premieres in New York City
1977    Zia ur-Rahman appointed president of Bangladesh
1976    Swine Flu vaccine, for non-epidemic, enters testing
1976    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1975    4th Boston Women's Marathon won by Liane Winter of W Germ in 2:42:24
1975    79th Boston Marathon won by Bill Rodgers of Mass in 2:09:55
1975    Last South Vietnam president Nguyen Van Thieu resigns after 10 years
1975    Liane Winter wins world record female Boston marathon (2:42:24)
1974    28th Tony Awards: River Niger and Raisin win
1974    3rd Colgate Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Jo Ann Prentice
1972    John Young and Charles Duke explores Moon (Apollo 16)
1972    Orbiting Astronomical Observatory 4 (Copernicus) launched
1971    Original Codex Reguis (with Edda-liederen) returns to Iceland
1970    Reds clout 7 home runs by 6 batters, Braves counter with 3 home runs, 6 for one team and 9 different batters for two teams, all tie or set records
1969    73rd Boston Marathon won by Yoshiaki Unetani of Japan in 2:13:49
1968    22nd Tony Awards: Rosencranz and Guilderstern and Hallelujah Baby! win
1968    Carol Mann wins LPGA Lady Carling Golf Open
1967    Dodgers 1st rain out in Los Angeles (after 737 consecutive games)
1967    EO, Evangelical Broadcasting, begins in Netherlands
1967    Josef Stalin's daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva, defects to U.S.
1967    Military coup in Greece, Konstantinos Kollias becomes premier
1967    Svetlana Alliluyeva (Josef Stalin's daughter) defects in New York City
1966    Emperor Haile Selassie (Ethiopia) visits Kingston Jamaica
1965    New York World's Fair reopens for 2nd and final season
1964    Pirates and Cubs combine for 9 home runs, Pirates win 8-5
1963    Beatles meet Rolling Stones for 1st time
1963    Betsy Rawls wins LPGA Sunshine Women's Golf Open
1962    Century 21 Exposition opens in Seattle, Washington
1961    Dirk U. Suffocated chosen as Secretary-General of NATO
1961    French army revolts in Algeria
1961    USAF Major Robert M. White takes X-15 to 32,000 m
1960    Brasilia becomes capital of Brazil
1959    1211-kg great white shark becomes largest fish ever caught on a rod
1959    Alf Dean using a rod and reel hooks a 2,664lb, 16' 10" white shark
1957    Marlene Hagge wins LPGA Babe Didrikson Zaharias Golf Open
1957    Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fidei Donum
1956    Elvis Presley's 1st hit record, "Heartbreak Hotel," becomes #1
1955    Brooklyn Dodgers win, then record 10th straight game to begin a season
1955    J Lawrence and R E Lee's "Inherit the Wind," premieres in New York City
1955    Minas Gerais Argentina tunnel caves in; 30 die
1954    Gregori Malenkov becomes premier of U.S.S.R.
1954    USAF flies French battalion to Vietnam
1952    BOAC begins 1st passenger service with jets (London-Rome route)
1951    5th NBA Championship: Rochester Royals beat New York Knicks, 4 games to 3
1951    Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Montreal Canadiens, 4 games to 1
1948    1st Polaroid camera was sold in US
1948    2nd NBA Championship: Baltimore Bullets beat Philadelphia Warriors, 4 games to 2
1946    SED, Socialistic Einheitspartei Germany forms in East Germany
1945    Allied troops occupy German nuclear laboratory
1945    He Shima Okinawa conquered in 5 days, 5,000 die
1945    Ivor Nivello's "Perchance to Dream," premieres in London
1945    Russia army arrives at outskirts of Berlin
1945    U.S. 7th Army occupies Neurenberg
1944    NFL Chicago Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers merge (dissolves on Dec 3)
1941    Greece surrenders to nazi-Germany
1940    1st $64 Question, "Take It or Leave It," on CBS Radio
1940    Netherlands beats Belgium 4-2 in soccer
1935    King Boris of Bulgaria forbids all political parties
1934    Moe Berg, Senators catcher, plays AL record 117th cons errorless game
1930    Fire at Ohio State Penitentiary kills 322
1930    Vladimir Mayakovsky's "Moskva Golid," premieres in Moscow
1925    Chuvash Autonomous Region in RSFSR becomes Chuvash ASSR
1925    No baseball games played in NL due to Charles Ebbets' funeral
1925    Noel Coward's "Fallen Angels," premieres in London
1920    John Galsworthy's "Skin Game," premieres in London
1914    U.S. Marines occupy Vera Cruz, Mexico, stay 6 months
1913    German passenger ship Imperator runs aground
1913    Gideon Sundback of Sweden patents the zipper
1910    Cleveland Naps play 1st game at League Park, lose to Detroit Tigers 5-0
1908    Frederick A. Cook claims to reach North Pole, he didn't
1904    Ty Cobb makes his pro debut for Augusta (South Atlantic League)
1898    Phillies' pitcher Bill Duggleby hits a grand slam on 1st at bat
1898    Spanish-American War begins
1894    George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man," premieres in London
1892    Black Longshoremen strike for higher wages in St. Louis Mo
1884    Potters Field reopened as Madison Park
1878    New York installs 1st firehouse pole
1878    Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Inscrutabili
1878    Ship Azor leaves Charleston with 206 blacks for Liberia
1865    Abraham Lincoln's funeral train leaves Washington
1863    Declaration of Baha'u'llah; Baha'i Feast of Ridvan (Jalal 13, 20)
1862    Congress establishes U.S. Mint in Denver, Colorado
1862    Ellen Price Wood's "East Lynne, premieres in Boston
1857    Alexander Douglas patents the bustle
1855    1st train crosses Mississippi River's 1st bridge, Rock Island, Illinois to Davenport Iowa
1836    Battle of San Jacinto, in which Texas wins independence from Mexico
1828    Noah Webster publishes 1st American dictionary
1818    Franz Grillparzer's "Sappho," premieres in Vienna
1794    New York City formally declares coast of Ellis Island publically owned, so they can build forts to protect New York City from British
1789    John Adams sworn in as 1st U.S. Vice President (9 days before Washington)
1785    Russian tsarina Catharina II ends noble privileges
1739    Spain and Naples-Austria sign peace accord
1689    William III and Mary Stuart proclaimed king and queen of England
1654    England and Sweden sign trade agreement
1649    Maryland Toleration Act passed, allowing all freedom of worship
1600    1st date in James Clavell's novel Shogun