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Important Events Of April 27

1997    "Little Foxes," opens at Vivian Beaumont New York City for 56 performances
1997    "Stanley," closes at Circle in Sq Theater New York City
1997    Frank Nobilo wins Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic at Forest Oaks
1997    Las Vegas Senior Golf Classic by TruGreen-ChemLawn
1997    Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Chick-fil-A Charity Championship
1996    Brunswick World Tournament of Champions won by Dave D'Entremont
1995    "Indiscretions" opens at Ethel Barrymore Theater New York City for 221 performances
1995    Coors Field in Colorado opens - Denver Rockies beats Mets 11-9 in 14
1994    "Inspector Calls" opens at Royale Theater New York City for 454 performances
1994    29.0 degrees C in Genevad, Sweden (Swedish April high temperature record)
1994    7th longest NHL game: New Jersey Devils beat Buffalo Sabres (125 minutes 43 seconds)
1994    Graeme Obree bicycles world record time (52,713 km)
1994    President Nixon buried in Nixon Library in California
1994    Twins righty Scott Erickson no-hits Brewers 6-0
1993    Afghan Antonov AN-32 crashes at Tashqurgan, kills 76
1992    "Small Family Business" opens at Music Box Theater New York City for 48 performances
1992    New York Jets finish perfect 5-0 pre-season for 1st time
1992    New York Mets trade David Cone to Toronto Blue Jays for Jeff Kent
1991    "Lucifer's Child" closes at Music Box Theater New York City after 28 performances
1991    Firestone World Bowling Tournament of Champions won by David Ozio
1990    50th annual barbershop quartet singing convention held in Michigan
1990    Dodger Orel Hershiser undergoes career-threatening shoulder surgery
1990    Villanova's women set a 6,000 m relay world record of 17:18:10
1989    "Starmites" opens at Criter Ctr SR Theater New York City for 60 performances
1989    Beijing students take over Tiananmen Square in China
1989    Hurricane in Bangladesh, kills 500
1989    Mandatory seatbelt law goes into effect in Italy
1987    U.S. Justice Department bars Austrian Chancellor Kurt Waldheim from entering U.S., due to his aid of Nazi Germany during WW II
1986    "Sweet Charity" opens at Minskoff Theater New York City for 368 performances
1986    Captain Midnight (John R. MacDougall) interrupts HBO
1986    Pat Bradley wins LPGA S&H Golf Classic
1984    Cleveland Indians beat Detroit Tigers, 8-4, in 19 innings
1984    Over 70 inches of snow falls on Red Lake Montana
1983    Nolan Ryan becomes strikeout king (3,509), passing Walter Johnson
1982    Nordiques 1-Isles 4-Semifinals-Isles hold 1-0 lead
1982    Trial of John W. Hinckley, Jr. attempted assassin of Reagan, begins
1981    1st female soccer official is hired by NASL
1981    Beatle Ringo Starr marries actress Barbara Bach [Goldbach]
1979    George Harrison releases "Love Comes to Everyone"
1978    14th Mayor's Trophy Game, Yankees beat Mets 4-3 in 11
1978    Afghanistan revolution (National Day), pro-Russian military coup
1977    Bloody riots in Soweto South Africa
1977    HCC, Hobby Computer Club, forms in Netherlands
1976    "So Long 174th St" opens at Harkness Theater New York City for 16 performances
1976    Arabic Monetary Fund established in Abu Dhabi
1975    Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Charity Golf Classic
1975    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1974    Pan Am 707 crashes into mountains of Bali, killing 107
1973    Kansas City Royal Steve Busby no-hits Detroit Tigers, 3-0
1972    Apollo 16 returns to Earth
1972    New York City Mayor John Lindsey appeals that John Lennon not be deported
1971    Curt Flood resigns Senators after 13 games and departs for Denmark
1969    Carol Mann wins LPGA Raleigh Ladies Golf Invitational
1968    "Education of Hyman Kaplan" closes at Alvin New York City after 28 performances
1968    Baltimore Oriole Tom Phoebus no-hits Boston, 6-0
1968    Congress of Political Party Radicals (PPR) forms in Netherlands
1967    Expo '67 opens in Montreal
1967    Rocky Marciano retires as undefeated boxing champ
1967    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1966    Dmitri Shostakovich completes his 2nd cello concert
1965    "I'm Solomon" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater New York City after 7 performances
1965    RC Duncan patents "Pampers" disposable diaper
1964    John Lennon's "In His Own Write" is published in U.S.
1963    "Jopie" Pengel forms government in Suriname
1963    Cuban premier Fidel Castro arrives in Moscow
1962    Arnold Wesker's "Chips with Everything," premieres in London
1962    U.S. performs atmospheric nuclear test at Christmas Island
1961    NASA launches Explorer 11 into Earth orbit to study gamma rays
1961    NFL officially recognizes Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio
1961    Sierra Leone declares independence from U.K.
1960    1st atomic powered electric-drive submarine launched, the Tullibee
1960    South Korean President Syngman Rhee resigns
1960    Togo (formerly French Togo) declares independence from French Admiral
1959    "Today" show goes abroard 1st time (Paris France)
1959    Liu Sjau-chi elected president of China PR
1956    Burma Premier U Nu's Volksliga voor Vrijheid loses election
1956    Heavyweight champ, Rocky Marciano, retires undefeated from boxing
1953    1st general elections in British Guyana, won by Jagans PPP
1953    Wrestler Freddie Blassie coins term "Pencil neck geek"
1952    "4 Saints in 3 Acts" closes at Broadway Theater New York City after 15 performances
1951    Mohammed Mossadeq chosen premier of Persia
1950    "Tickets, Please" opens at Coronet Theater New York City for 245 performances
1950    South Africa passes Group Areas Act segregating races
1948    Arab legion attacks Gesher bridge on Jordan River
1947    Babe Ruth Day celebrated at Yankee Stadium and through out United States
1946    1st radar installation aboard a coml ship installed
1945    2nd Republic of Austria forms
1945    Italian partisans capture Mussolini prisoner
1945    U.S. 5th army enters Genua
1944    Boston Brave Jim Tobin no-hits Brooklyn Dodgers, 2-0
1943    Lou Jansen and Jan Dieters arrested, lead illegal CPN party in Holland
1943    Soviet Union breaks contact with Polish government exiled in London
1942    Belgium Jews are forced to wear stars
1942    Tornado destroys Pryor, Oklahoma killing 100, injuring 300
1941    German troops occupy Athens Greece
1940    Himmler orders establishment of Auschwitz Concentration Camp
1937    U.S. Social Security system makes its 1st benefit payment
1935    Brussel's World Expo opens
1935    Yankees pull a 1st inning triple-play and beat Philadelphia A's 9-8
1933    Karl Jansky reports reception of cosmic radio signal in Washington D.C.
1931    100 degrees F (38 degrees C), Pahala, Hawaii (state record)
1926    In the Giants' 9-8 win over Phillies, Mel Ott, 17, 1st appearance
1924    Antwerp soccer tie Belgium-Netherlands 1-1
1923    Mussolini government italian place in South Tirol/Alto Adige
1922    Fritz Langs "Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler" premieres in Berlin
1922    Yakut ASSR formed in Russian SFSR
1921    Hadjememaar, Corn de Gelder, elected in Amsterdam
1920    Pogrom leader Petljoera declares Ukraine Independence
1918    Giants' 9-0 winning start and Dodgers' 0-9 losing streak are stopped
1912    Relief laws replaces those of 1854, in Netherlands
1910    Belgian parliament rejects socialist motion for general voting rights
1909    Sultan of Turkey Abdul Hamid II is overthrown
1908    4th modern Olympic games opens in London
1905    World Exposition opens in Luik
1903    1st Highlander (Yankee) shut-out, Philadelphia A's win 6-0
1903    Long Island's Jamaica Race Track opens
1897    Grant's Tomb (famed of song and legend) dedicated
1890    French troops under Captain Archinard occupy Oussebougou West Sudan
1881    Pogroms against Russian Jews start in Elisabethgrad
1877    Opera "Le Roi de Lahore" is produced (Paris)
1877    President Hayes removes Federal troops from LA, Reconstruction ends
1874    White League, Paramilitary white supremacist organization, forms
1870    Heinrich Schliemann discovers Troi
1867    Opera "Romeo et Juliette" is produced (Paris)
1865    Cornell University in Ithaca,New York is chartered
1865    Steamboat "Sultana" explodes in Mississippi River, kills up to 1,547. 1450 of 2000 paroled Union POWs on their way home are killed when river steamer "Sultana" blows up
1863    Battle of Streight's raid: Tuscumbia to Cedar Bluff, AL
1861    President Abe Lincoln suspends writ of habeas corpus
1861    West Virginia secedes from Virginia after Virginia secedes from U.S.
1860    Thomas J. Jackson is assigned to command Harpers Ferry
1859    "Pomona" sinks in North Atlantic drowning all 400 aboard
1857    Establishment of Jewish congregations in Lower Austria prohibited
1841    Imakita Kosen, 1st Zen teacher of D. T. Suzuki, found the awakening
1838    Fire destroys half of Charleston
1828    Zoological Gardens at Regent's Park London, opens
1813    Americans under General Pike capture Toronto; Pike is killed
1805    U.S. Marines attack shores of Tripoli
1773    British Parliament passes Tea Act (Boston won't like this)
1746    Battle at Culloden Moor: Duke of Cumberland beats "James VIII and III"
1694    Frederik August I "the Strong" becomes monarch of Saksen
1662    Netherlands and France sign military covenant
1650    Scottish general Montrose defeated
1646    King Charles I flees Oxford
1643    Tirso de Molina's "Bellaco Sois, Gomez," premieres in Madrid