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Important Events Of April 30

1997    "London Assurance," opens at Criterion Theater New York City for 72 performances
1997    42 million watch "Ellen" admit she is gay
1997    Atlanta Braves win record 19 games in April
1997    Big Ben stops at 12:11 PM for 54 minutes
1997    President Clinton's daughter Chelsea chooses to attend Stanford College
1997    Tajik President Imomali Rakhmonov wounded in assassination attempt
1997    Tino Martinez hits record 34 RBIs in April05270801
1996    "Buried Child," opens at Atkinson Theater New York City for 77 performances
1996    Dutch/Italian Beppo-SAX launches from Cape Canaveral
1996    Howard Stern Radio Show premieres in Grand Rapids, Michigan on WKLQ 94.5 FM
1995    "Blood Brothers" closes at Music Box Theater New York City after 839 performances
1995    "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" closes at Lyceum Theater New York City after 24 performances
1995    "Rose Tattoo" opens at Circle in the Square Theater New York City for 80 performances
1995    After 120 years the last 15 A and S department stores close
1995    Val Skinner wins LPGA Sprint Golf Championship
1994    Soccer great Pele (53) weds psychologist Assiria Seixas Lemos (36)
1992    208th and final episode of Cosby Show on NBC-TV
1991    In Bangladesh a cyclone killed over 131,000 and left 9 million homeless
1990    As Met pitcher David Cone argues a call at 1st base, 2 Braves score
1990    Seattle's Brian Holman's perfect game broken up with 2 outs in 9th
1990    U.S. 66th manned space mission STS-31 (Discovery 10) returns from space
1990    U.S. hostage Frank Reed freed after 4 years in hands of pro-Iranians
1989    Critics Siskel and Ebert film their 500th TV movie-review show
1989    Kathy Postlewait wins LPGA Sara Lee Golf Classic
1989    Pope John Paul II beatifies Victoire Rasoamanarivo of Madagascar
1989    U.S. beats Costa Rica 1-0, in 3rd round of 1990 world soccer cup
1988    Baltimore Orioles win record 14th straight from beginning of season
1988    New Jersey Devils beat Caps 3-2 taking 7th game of Patrick Division final
1988    New York Knights 1st arena football game beats Cobras 60-52 (10,157 in Los Angeles)
1988    New York Yankees Dave Winfield gets his 29th RBI of April - Sets AL and ties ML Record
1988    World Exposition, Expo 88 opens in Brisbane, Australia
1987    Lou Lamoriello is named New Jersey Devils President
1987    New York Islander Mike Bossy plays his final game
1986    Ashrita Furman peformed 8,341 somersaults over 12 miles
1986    Mariners strike out 16 times, set record of 36 in 2 consecutive games
1985    Dale Murphy drives in record tying 28th and 29th runs of April
1985    France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1985    Last edition of Brink Daily Mail/Sunday Express in South Africa
1984    1700 skiers participate in an alpine event at Are Sweden
1984    Strong winds cause a 30 minnutes delay in Toronto Blue Jays game
1983    Bruins 3-Isles 7-Wales Conference Championship-Isles hold 2-1 lead
1982    Alvaro Magana chosen to succeed Jose N Duarte as President of El Salvador
1982    Atlanta Braves win record 12th straight from beginning of season
1982    Iranian offensive in Khusistan
1981    "Can-Can" opens at Minskoff Theater New York City for 5 performances
1981    16th Academy of Country Music Awards: Barbara Mandrell and George Jones
1980    "Barnum" opens at St. James Theater New York City for 854 performances
1980    Ronald Harwood's "Dresser," premieres in London
1980    Terrorists seize Iranian Embassy in London
1980    Beatrix, Wilhelmina Armgard, crowned queen of Netherlands
1980    Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands, abdicates
1979    Mary Therese Friel, New York, crowned 28th Miss USA
1978    "Elvis: The Legend Lives!" closes at Palace New York City after 101 performances
1978    Janet Coles wins LPGA Natural Light Lady Tara Golf Classic
1977    "Party with Comden and Green" closes at Morosco New York City after 92 performances
1977    Billy Graham beats Bruno Sammartino in Baltimore, to become WWF champ
1977    Ron Cey sets record of 29 RBIs in April
1976    Muhammad Ali beats Jimmy Young in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1976    Royal Canadian Mint opens a branch in Winnipeg Manitoba
1976    Wings release "Silly Love Songs"
1975    Last U.S. helicopter leaves U.S. embassy grounds, Saigon surrenders
1974    President Nixon hands over partial transcripts of Watergate tape recordings
1973    Nixon announces resignation of Haldeman, Ehrlichman
1973    Paul McCartney releases "Red Rose Speedway" including "My Love"
1973    Women's tennis groups end disputes over sanctioning tournaments
1972    "Arthur Godfrey Time" ends a 27 year run on radio
1972    Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Alamo Ladies Golf Open
1971    25th NBA Championship: Milwaukee beat Baltimore Bullets in 4 games
1970    Cubs Billy Williams is 1st NLer to play in 1,000 consecutive games
1969    Cincinnati Red Jim Maloney 3rd no-hitter beats Houston Astros, 10-0
1969    WEDB TV channel 40 in Berlin, New Hampshire (PBS) begins broadcasting
1968    3 Oriole pitchers walk 14 New York Yankees in a 9 inning game
1967    Highest tower to the world finished, 537m (U.S.S.R.)
1967    Mickey Wright wins LPGA Shreveport Kiwanis Club Golf Invitational
1967    New York Met pitcher Tom Seaver wins hist 1st game
1967    Orioles' Stu Miller and Steve Barber lose 2-1 despite no-hitting Tigers
1962    NASA civilian pilot Joseph A Walker takes X-15 to 75,190 m
1962    Willie Mays hits 4 home runs
1961    1st shuttle flights between Washington D.C., Boston and New York City begin (Eastern)
1961    Lee Harvey Oswald marries Marina Prusakova in Minsk U.S.S.R.
1961    Mickey Wright wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship
1961    Premier Fidel Castro of Cuba receives Lenin-Peace Prize
1961    San Francisco Giant Willie Mays hits 4 home runs in a game
1958    Ted Williams is 10th major league player to get 1,000 extra-base hits
1955    Element 101, Mendelevium, announced
1955    Imperial Bank of India nationalized
1955    Perez Prado's "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White" goes #1 for 10 weeks
1955    West German unions protest for 40-hour work week and more wages
1954    Darius Milhauds 4th Concert for piano/orchestra premieres in Haifa
1953    Little-Bigger League changes its name to Babe Ruth League
1952    Louise Suggs wins LPGA Stockton Golf Open
1952    Mr. Potato Head is 1st toy advertised on television
1950    Babe Didrikson Zaharias wins LPGA 144-hole Golf Weathervane
1948    "Inside USA" opens at Century Theater New York City for 339 performances
1948    Org of American States charter signed at Bogota, Colombia
1948    U.S. performs atmospheric nuclear test at Enwetak
1947    Boulder Dam renamed in honor of Herbert Hoover
1946    Cleveland Indian Bob Feller's 2nd no-hitter beats New York Yankees, 1-0
1945    "Arthur Godfrey Time" begins a 27 year run on CBS radio
1945    Concentration camp Munchen-Allag freed
1945    Lord Haw-Haw calls for crusade against the bolsheviks
1945    Red Army occupies Demmin
1945    Red Army opens attack on German Reichstag building in Berlin
1945    Russian Army frees Ravensbruck concentration camp
1945    U.S. troops attack the Elbe
1944    New York Giant Phil Weintraub gets 11 RBIs
1944    New York Giant, Mel Ott scores 6 runs in 1 game drawing 5 walks for 4th time
1943    Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp for Jews forms
1943    Dutch strike against forced labor in Nazi Germany's war industry
1943    Noel Coward's "This Happy Breed," premieres in London
1942    1st submarine built on Great Lakes launched, (Peto), Manitowoc, Wi
1941    Spread of Judaism begins in Croatia
1940    Brooklyn Dodger Tex Carleton no-hits Cincinnati Reds, 3-0
1939    NBC/RCA 1st public TV demo with Franklin D. Roosevelt at opening of New York World's Fair
1939    Tropicana ballet of Havana Cuba, forms
1938    Bradman scores 258 Australia vs. Worcs, 293 minutes, 33 fours 1 five
1937    General Douglas MacArthur marries Jean Faircloth
1935    World Congress for Women's Rights concludes in Istanbul
1934    Austrian gets "Austrian facist" constitution
1929    Earnest Streeruwitz becomes chancellor of Austria
1928    Cherkess Autonomous Region forms in RSFSR (until 1957)
1927    Princess Juliana gets seat in Dutch Council of State
1922    Chicago White Sox Charles Robertson perfect games Detroit Tigers, 2-0
1921    American Professional Football Association reorganizes in Akron
1921    Pope Benedict XV encyclical "On Dante"
1919    Phillies beat Brooklyn Dodgers 9-0 in 20 innings
1918    Orange Nassau soccer team forms in Groningen
1916    Chicago Cubs play 1st game at Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field) beat Reds
1911    Portugal approves woman suffrage
1910    Cleveland Indian Addie Joss wins 2nd no-hitter beating White Sox
1905    1st official soccer game between Belgium-Netherlands (1-4)
1904    Ice cream cone makes its debut
1903    New York Highlanders (Yankees) 1st home game, (Hilltop Park-168th St. and Broadway, Manhattan), they beat Washington Senators, 6-2
1902    Debussy's opera "Pelleas et Melissande," premieres in Paris
1900    165 lb Robert Fitzsimmons KOs 305 lb Ed Dunkhost in a boxing match
1900    U.S. annexes Hawaii
1898    Championship wrestling match at Met turns into a brawl
1889    1st U.S. national holiday, on centennial of Washington's inauguration
1888    Hail stones kills about 250 in Moradabad district of Delhi
1887    1st game played at Broad and Huntingdon St. Park (Baker Bowl) in Philadelphia; Phillies beat Giants 19-10
1885    Boston Pops Orchestra forms
1871    Apaches in Arizona surrender to white and Mexican adventurers; 144 die
1869    Hawaiian YMCA organized
1865    General Shermans "Haines's Bluff" at Snyder's Mill, Virginia
1864    Battle of Jenkin's Ferry, Arkansas; General W R Scurry is killed
1864    New York becomes 1st state to charge a hunting license fee
1862    Swift Run Gap, West Virginia skirmishes
1861    President Lincoln ordered Federal Troops to evacuate Indian Territory
1860    Navaho indians attack Fort Defiance (Canby)
1859    Paul Morphy returns from 10-month chess tour of Europe, retires
1857    San Jose State University forms
1852    Anton Rubinsteins opera "Dmitri Donskoi," premieres in St. Petersburg
1838    Nicaragua declares independence from Central American federation
1812    Eastern Louisiana admitted as 18th U.S. state
1808    1st practical typewriter finished by Italian Pellegrini Turri
1804    Hague's Theater opens
1803    U.S. doubles in size through Louisiana Purchase
1798    Department of Navy forms
1790    Colonial troops occupy Bonni's marroon village
1789    George Washington inaugurated as 1st president of the United States
1774    Pope Clement XIV proclaims a universal jubilee
1772    John Clais patents 1st scale
1763    London Journalist John Wilkes confined in the Tower
1748    Ceasefire at Aken ends
1748    French troops occupy Maastricht
1725    Emperor Charles VI and King Philip IV of Spain sign Treaty of Vienna
1722    Game of Billiards is mentioned in New England Courant
1695    William Congreve's "Love for Love," premieres in London
1661    Tsjeng Tsj'eng-Kung begins siege of Dutch fort Zeelandia, Formosa
1650    French rebel Henri de la Tour Turenne signs treaty with Spain
1616    English King Jacob I leaves Brielle/Vlissingen