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Important Events Of April 22

1995    General Tire World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by Mike Aulby
1995    George Foreman beats Axel Schulz in 12 for heavyweight boxing title
1994    7,000 Tutsi's slaughtered in stadium of Kibuye Rwanda
1994    Borge Ousland reaches North pole
1994    Ice skater Tonya Harding sues ex-husband Jeff Gillooly for $42,500
1994    In Denmark the largest lollipop, weighing 3,011 pounds, made
1994    Michael Moorer beats Evander Holyfield in 12 for heavywgt boxing title
1994    Schelto Patijn appointed mayor of Amsterdam
1993    "Who's Tommy" opens at St. James Theater New York City for 899 performances
1993    Candid Camera creator Allen Funt suffers a stroke at 78
1993    Seattle Mariner Chris Basio no-hits Boston Red Sox
1993    Tennis star Bjorn Borg divorces Loredana Berte
1992    "High Rollers Social and Pleasure Club" closes at H Hayes New York City 14 performances
1992    6.0 earthquake in California
1992    Gas explodes in sewer, kills 200 in Guadalajara Mexico
1992    Holocaust Museum dedicated in Washington D.C.
1992    Plane crash at Perris Valley Airport California, kills 16 parachutists
1991    Earthquake strikes Costa Rica and Panama, kills 95
1991    Frank Thomas is 1st White Sox to homer at new Comiskey Park
1991    Intel releases 486SX chip
1991    Johnny Carson announces he will retire next year from Tonight Show
1991    Shalom America (Jewish cable network) is launched in Brooklyn and Queens
1990    "Truly Blessed" opens at Longacre Theater New York City for 33 performances
1990    Lebanon release U.S. hostage Robert Polhill after 39 months
1989    "Welcome to the Club" closes at Music Box Theater New York City after 12 performances
1989    Nolan Ryan strikes out his 5,000th batter, Rickey Henderson
1988    Women are allowed to compete in Little 500 bicycle race (Indiana)
1988    New Jersey Devil Patrik Sundstrom ties NHL playoff record of 8 pts in a playoff game (hat trick and 5 assists) in 10-4 rout over the Capitals
1987    Sri Lanka Air Force bomb Tamil, 100s killed
1986    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1984    Vicki Fergon wins LPGA S&H Golf Classic
1983    Great Britain performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1983    Rangers 2-Isles 5-Patrick Div Finals-Isles win series 4-2
1983    Soyuz T-8 returns to Earth
1983    Start of 1st Sri Lanka-Australia Test Cricket match (at Kandy)
1983    Stern mag announces major historical find-discovery of 60 volume personal diaries written by Adolph Hitler (turned out to be a hoax)
1982    Atlanta Braves lose after winning 1st 13 games of season
1982    Launch of STS-3-Lousma and Fullerton
1981    10,000 copper workers in Chile strike
1981    Almost 1 million West German metal workers in strike
1981    Dodgers rookie Fernando Valenzuela tosses his 3rd shutout in 4 starts
1981    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1979    Jane Blalock wins LPGA Florida Lady Citrus Golf Tournament
1979    Mick Jaggar and Keith Richards give a benefit concert in Canada
1978    Firestone World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by Earl Anthony
1977    Simon Peres becomes premier of Israel
1976    Barbara Walters becomes 1st female nightly network news anchor
1975    Penguins 2-Isles 4-Quarterfinals-Penguins hold 3-2 lead
1974    Barbara Walters becomes news co-anchor of Today Show
1972    Apollo astronauts John Young and Charles Duke ride on Moon
1971    Soyuz 10 launched
1970    "Park" opens at John Golden Theater New York City for 5 performances
1970    1st Earth Day held internationally to conserve natural resources
1970    Flat Earth celebrated
1970    New York Met Jerry Grote sets record of 20 put outs by a catcher
1970    New York Met Tom Seaver strikes out last 10 Padres, for a total of 19
1970    Senators beat Yankees 2-1 in 18 innings
1969    1st human eye transplant performed
1969    Joe Frazier KOs Dave Zyglewick in 1 for heavyweight boxing title
1969    Robin Knox-Johnston ends 312 day non-stop sailing
1967    Martial Law goes into effect in Greece
1966    Atlanta Braves win their 1st game, beating New York Mets 8-4
1966    U.S.S.R. performs underground nuclear test
1964    Tanganyika and Zanzibar form republic Tanzania
1964    World's Fair (Flushing Meadow, Corona Park, New York) opens
1962    Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Sunshine Golf Open
1962    New York Mets tiea NL record by losing 9 straight to start season
1962    Pirates tie then record of 10 straight wins to start season
1962    Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Chicago Blackhawks, 4 games to 2
1961    Uprising of French parachutist of General Salan/Challe in Algeria
1959    Yankee Whitey Ford strikes-out 15, beating Senators, 1-0 in 14 innings
1959    Chicago White Sox beat Kansas City Athletics 20-6, in 1 inning Sox score 11 runs on 1 hit, 10 walks, and 3 errors
1957    All NL teams intergates, John Irwin Kennedy is 1st black on Phillies
1956    Patty Berg wins LPGA Dallas Golf Open
1955    Congress orders all U.S. coins bear motto "In God We Trust"
1955    Kansas City Athletic's 1st game, beat Tigers 6-2
1954    Achiel van Acker forms Belgian government
1954    NBA adopts 24-second shot clock and 6 team-foul rule
1954    Senate Army-McCarthy televised hearings began
1954    U.S.S.R. joins UNESCO
1952    1st atomic explosion on network news, Nob, Nevada
1952    Eugene Ionesco's "Les Chaises," premieres in New York City
1951    Ticker-tape parade for General MacArthur in New York City
1948    WTVR TV channel 6 in Richmond, Virginia (CBS) begins broadcasting
1947    1st NBA Championship: Philadelphia Warriors beat Chicago Stags, 4 games to 2
1946    SED, Sozialistic Einheitspartei Deutschlands, party forms
1945    Concentration Camp at Sachsenhausen liberated
1945    Stanley Cup: Toronto Maple Leafs beat Detroit Red Wings, 4 games to 3
1944    Allies land near Hollandia, New-Guinea
1944    Hitler and Mussolini meet at Salzburg
1943    German counter attack in North-Tunisia
1943    RAF shoots down 14 German transport planes over Mediterranean Sea
1940    Rear Admiral Joseph Taussig testifies before U.S. Senate Naval Affairs Committee that war with Japan is inevitable
1937    New York City college students stage 4th annual peace strike
1933    Dutch government forbids leftwing radio address
1931    Egypt and Iraq sign peace treaty
1930    U.S., Britain and Japan sign London Naval Treaty
1927    1st performance of Roger Sessions' Symphony in E
1926    Persia, Turkey and Afghanistan sign treaties of security
1924    Hague Chambers of Commerce forms
1922    South Ossetian Autonomous Region forms in Georgian SSR
1916    France battles at Fort Douaumont
1915    1st military use of chlorine poison gas by Germany in WW I
1915    2nd Battle of Ypres begins
1915    New York Yankees don pinstripes and hat-in-the-ring logo for 1st time
1914    Babe Ruth's 1st professional game (as a pitcher) is a 6-hit 6-0 win
1914    Mexico ends diplomatic relations with U.S.
1913    Montenegro troops march into Skoetari, North-Albania
1908    Queensland beat NSW by 171 runs for their 1st cricket win at Gabba
1906    10th anniversary Olympic games open at Athens, Greece
1906    New rule puts umpire in sole charge of all game balls
1905    Operations begin uniting conservatory of Nature monument Amsterdam
1903    American Power Boat Association forms
1903    New York Highlanders (Yankees) 1st game, Senators win 3-1 before 11,950
1898    1st Spanish-American War action: USS Nashville, takes enemy ship
1898    Baltimore James Hughes no-hits Boston Braves 8-0
1898    Cincinnati Red Theodore Breitenstein no-hits Pirates 11-0
1898    Congress passes Volunteer Army Act calling for a Volunteer Cavalry
1898    U.S. President McKinley orders blockade of Cuban harbors
1897    New York City Jewish newspaper "Forward" begins publishing (still active)
1893    Francis Dhanis army occupies Kasongo
1893    Paul Kruger elected president of Transvaal for 3rd time
1889    Oklahoma land rush officially started; some were "sooner"
1884    Thomas Stevens starts 1st bike trip around world (2 years 9 mos)
1884    U.S. recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State
1876    1st NL game, Boston Braves beat Philadelphia Athletics 6-5
1876    Tsjaikovsky completes his "Swan Lake" ballet
1876    Philadelphia Nationals Wes Fisler scores baseball's 1st run
1864    U.S. mints 2 cent coin (1st appearance of "In God We Trust")
1861    Robert E. Lee named commander of Virginia Confederate forces
1838    English steamship "Sirius" docks in New York City after Atlantic crossing
1823    Baltic Club (Exchange) forms in London
1823    R. J. Tyers patents roller skates
1817    Curacao prohibits use of white paint due to fierce sunlight
1809    Battle at Eckmuhl - Napoleon beats Austria arch duke Karl
1804    Gioacchino Rossini (12) performs in Imola
1796    Napoleon defeats Piedmontese at Battle of Mondovi
1793    President Washington attends opening of Rickett's, 1st circus in U.S.
1769    Madame du Barry becomes King Louis XV's "official" mistress
1728    Pierre de Marivaux' "Le Triomphe de Plutus," premieres in Paris
1722    19 VOC "komplotteurs" in Batavia executed
1692    Edward Bishop is jailed for proposong flogging as cure for witchcraft
1677    Battle at Catania: between French and Dutch fleet
1676    Battle of Etna - Netherlands/Spain vs France, M de Ruyter fatally wounded
1674    Netherlands and Munster sign peace treaty
1671    King Charles II sits in on English parliament
1662    Royal Society incorporates
1659    Lord protector Cromwell disbands English parliament
1648    English army claims king Charles I responsible for bloodshed