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Important Events Of April 3

1998    World Ice Dance Figure Skating Championship in Minnesota
1997    "Dream-Johnny Mercer Musical," opens at Royale New York City for 109 performances
1996    South Australia grab exciting draw vs W A to win Sheffield Shield
1996    St. Francis Fighting Saints scores college baseball run record 71-1
1995    57th NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: UCLA Bruins beats Arkansas 89-78
1995    Howard Stern gets in trouble for disparaging remarks about Selena
1994    13th NCAA Women Basketball Championship: North Carolina beats Louisiana Tech 60-59
1994    1st roster of Silver Bullets, all-female pro baseball team, announced
1994    6th Seniors Golf Tradition: Ray Floyd
1992    1st exhibition game at Camden Field-Orioles beat New York Mets
1991    "Penn and Teller - Refrigerator Tour" opens at Eugene O'Neill New York City
1991    12th Emmy Sports Award presentation
1991    Bo Jackson signs 1-year contract with Chicago White Sox
1991    Thomas Bos skates world record 3 km (3:65.16)
1991    U.N. Security Council adopts Gulf War truce resolution
1989    "Sunrise" a Gannett newspaper begins publishing for Bronx
1989    51st NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: Michigan beats Seton Hall 80-79 in overtime
1989    Mets win 11th consecutive home opener 8-4 over St. Louis at Shea Stad
1988    17th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Amy Alcott
1988    7th NCAA Women's Basketball Champion: Louisiana Tec beat Auburn 56-54
1988    Mario Lemieux wins NHL scoring title, stopping Gretzky's 7 year streak
1988    New Jersey Devils beat Blackhawks, 4-3 in OT to join playoffs for 1st time
1988    Somalia and Ethiopia sign accord about Ogaden desert
1988    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1987    Bill Elliott sets NASCAR qualify record of 212.809 mph at Talladega
1987    Cubs trade Dennis Eckersley to A's for 3 minor leaguers
1987    Duchess of Windsors jewels auctioned for 31,380,197 pounds
1987    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1986    U.S. national debt hits $2,000,000,000,000
1985    French government adopts equal electoral system
1985    Players' Association agrees to expand LCS from 5 to 7 games
1985    Vic Elliot pocketed 15,780 pool balls in 24 hours in London
1984    Bombay beat Delhi on 1st innings to win Ranji Trophy
1984    Guinea suspends constitution after coup
1984    Soyuz T-11 carries 3 cosmonauts (1 Indian-Rakesh Sharma) to Salyut 7
1983    12th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Amy Alcott
1983    2nd NCAA Womens Basketball Championship: South California beats LA Tech 69-67
1982    Buffalo Sabre Gil Perrault scores his 1,000th NHL point
1982    U.N. Security Council demanded Argentina withdraw from Falkland Islands
1981    Arnie Boldt of Saskatchewan jumped 6' 8.25," with 1 leg
1981    Race riots in London's Brixton area
1980    France performs nuclear test
1980    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1979    Belgium's Martens government forms
1979    Jane Byrne, elected 1st woman mayor of Chicago, Illinois
1978    50th Academy Awards - "Annie Hall," Rich Dreyfuss and Diane Keaton win
1978    European market and China signs trade agreement
1978    Larry King moves his radio show from Miami to Washington D.C.
1977    6th Colgate Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Kathy Whitworth
1977    Boston Bruin Jean Ratelle scores his 1,000th NHL point
1977    Egyptian President Anwar Sadat 1st meeting with President Jimmy Carter
1977    Netherlands/Belgium/Luxembourg adopt summer time
1976    France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1976    Philadelphia Flyers win record tying 20th straight NHL home game
1975    Bobby Fischer stripped of world chess title for refusing to defend it
1975    James Rupers kills his family to inherit
1974    148 tornadoes are reported over an area covering a dozen states
1974    Gold hits record $197 an ounce in Paris
1970    Miriam Hargrave of England passes her drivers test on 40th try
1968    North Vietnam agrees to meet U.S. reps to set up preliminary peace talks
1967    WNYE TV channel 25 in Brooklyn, New York (PBS) begins broadcasting
1967    113 East Europeans attending World Amateur hockey championships in Vienna, ask for political asylum
1966    Luna 10 orbits Moon
1966    Mickey Wright wins LPGA Venice Ladies Golf Open
1966    Tom Seaver, signs with the Mets for a reported $50,000 bonus
1965    1st atomic powered spacecraft launched
1964    Beatles hold top 6 spots on Sydney Australia record charts
1964    U.S. and Panama agree to resume diplomatic relations
1962    Jockey Eddie Arcaro retires after 31 years (24,092 races)
1962    Lt General Marshall S Carter, USA, becomes deputy director of CIA
1961    "Happiest Girl in the World" opens at Martin Beck New York City for 97 performances
1961    Connie Mack Stadium in Philadelphia is sold to J Schleifer Properties
1960    Earthquake at Havre, Belgium
1958    "Say, Darling" opens at ANTA Theater New York City for 332 performances
1957    Samuel Beckett's "Endgame," premieres in London
1957    U.S.S.R. performs atmospheric nuclear test
1956    "Silk Stockings" closes at Imperial Theater New York City after 461 performances
1956    Bulgarian vice premier Traitsjo Kostov rehabilitated
1956    German war criminals Hinrichsen/Ruhl/Siebens/Viebahn freed
1955    Baltimore Orioles pull their 1st triple play (3-6-2 vs Kansas City Athletics)
1955    Fire in cinema to Sclessin Belgium, kills 39
1955    Louise Suggs wins LPGA Oklahoma City Golf Open
1955    Night express train in Guadalajara derails, killing 300
1954    "Me and Juliet" closes at Majestic Theater New York City after 358 performances
1954    Don Perry climbs a 20' rope in under 2.8 seconds (AAU record)
1952    Dutch Queen Juliana speaks to U.S. Congress
1951    Christopher Fry's "Sleep of Prisoners," premieres in Oxford
1949    KQW-AM in San Francisco, California changes call letters to KCBS
1949    North Atlantic Treaty, pact signed by U.S., Britain, France and Canada
1949    WLWS (now WCMH) TV channel 4 in Columbus, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting
1948    1st U.S. figure skating championships held
1948    Harry Truman signs Marshall Plan ($5B aid to 16 European countries)
1948    U.S. Female Figure Skating championship won by Gretchen Merrill
1948    U.S. Male Figure Skating championship won by Richard Button
1947    "Barefoot Boy with Cheek" opens at Martin Beck New York City for 108 performances
1945    Hengelo freed from nazi control by Canadian army
1945    Nazi's begin evacuation of camp Buchenwald
1945    U.S. 1st army conquers Hofgeismar
1944    British dive bombers attack battle cruiser Tirpitz
1944    Supreme Court (Smith vs. Allwright) "white primaries" unconstitutional
1943    Jan Dieters (leader of illegal CPN) arrested
1941    Churchill warns Stalin of German invasion
1941    Rasjid al-Gailani forms pro-German regime in Iraq
1941    Waltons overture "Scapino," premieres in Chicago
1936    Al Carr KOs Lew Massey on 1 punch, :07 of 1st round
1936    Shortest boxing bout with gloves lasts only 10 seconds
1935    Yasuo Ikenada runs world record marathon (2:26:44)
1933    1st airplane flight over Mount Everest
1930    Ras Tafari becomes Emperor Haile Selassie of Abyssinia (Ethiopia)
1930    Stanley Cup: Montreal Canadiens sweep Boston Bruins in 2 games
1929    Persia agrees to Litvinov Pact
1927    Interstate Commerce Commission transfers Ohio to Eastern time zone
1926    1st performance of Jean Sibelius' 7th Symphony in C
1926    2nd flight of a liquid-fueled rocket by Robert Goddard
1926    Italy establishes corp of force in order to break powerful unions
1925    Great Britain goes back to gold standard
1925    Netherlands and Belgium sign accord of Westerschelde
1923    2 "Black Sox" sue White Sox (unsuccessfully) for back salary
1922    Stalin appointed General Secretary of Communist Party
1919    Austria expels all Habsburgers
1918    House of Representatives accepts American Creed written by William Tyler
1917    Lenin leaves Switzerland for Petrograd
1913    British suffragette Emily Pankhurst sentenced to 3 years in jail
1911    Harry James Smith' "Mrs. Bumsted-Leigh," premieres in New York City
1910    Highest mountain in North America, Alaska's Mount McKinley climbed
1908    Frank Gotch wins world heavyweight wrestling championship in 2 hours
1893    1st NSW vs. Queensland F-C game, at Brisbane Exhibition Ground
1889    Savings Bank of Order of True Reformers opens in Richmond, Virginia
1882    Wood block alarm invented, when alarm rang, it dropped 20 wood blocks
1868    An Hawaiian surfs on highest wave ever, he rides a 50' tidal wave
1865    Battle at Namozine Church, Virginia (Appomattox Campaign)
1865    Union forces occupy Confederate capital of Richmond Virginia and Petersberg
1864    Skirmish at Okolona, Arkansas
1860    Pony Express began between St. Joseph Missouri and Sacramento California
1856    Gunpowder in church explodes killing 4,000 in Rhodos
1848    Thomas Douglas becomes 1st San Francisco public teacher
1790    Revenue Marine Service, U.S. Coast Guard, created
1783    Sweden and U.S. sign a treaty of Amity and Commerce
1776    Washington receives honorary Ll.D. degree from Harvard College
1764    Austrian arch duke Jozef crowned himself Roman Catholic king
1721    Robert Walpole becomes England's 1st Lord of the Treasury
1679    Edmund Halley meets Johannes Hevelius in Danzig
1657    English Lord Protector Cromwell refuses crown
1645    English parliament accept Self-Denying Ordinance