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Important Events Of March 10



1998    4th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
1996    22nd People's Choice Awards: Apollo 13, Tom Hanks wins
1996    New York City Mayor Guiliani visits Israel
1995    Car bomb explodes in Karachi at shite mosque, 17+ killed
1995    Chiel Meijering's "St. Louis Blues," premieres in Arnhem
1995    Dow-Jones hits record 4035.64
1994    1 million Greeks attend Melina Mercouri's funeral
1992    6th Soul Train Music Awards: Natalie Cole and Color Me Badd win
1992    Sandra Seuser/Katrin Schreiter/Annet Hesselbarth/Grit Breuer walk female indoor world record 4x400m (3:27.22)
1991    Eddie Sutton is 1st NCAA coach to lead 4 schools into playoffs
1991    Laura Davies wins LPGA Inamori Golf Classic
1991    Marc Girardelli of Luxembourg clinches his 4th slalom World Cup
1991    Merlene Ottey runs world record 200 m indoor (22.24 sec)
1991    Rico Lieder/Jens Carlowitz/Karsten Just/Thomas Schonlebe walk 4x400m indoor world record (3:03.05)
1990    4th American Comedy Award: When Harry Met Sally
1990    Ice Dance Championship at Halifax won by Klimova and Ponomarenko (URS)
1990    Ice Pairs Championship at Halifax won by Gordeeva and Grinkov (URS)
1990    Ladies Figure Skating Champions in Halifax won by Jill Trenary (USA)
1990    Lieutenant General Avril resigns as President of Haiti
1990    Mens Figure Skating Championship in Halifax won by Kurt Browning (CAN)
1990    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1988    Avalanche at Klosters, a Swiss Ski resort, nearly kills Prince Charles
1988    New York Islanders celebrate Mike Bossy night
1987    Vatican formal opposition to test-tube fertilization and embryo transfer
1986    Ernie Lombardi, NL MVP in 1938, and Bobby Doerr, elected to Hall of Fame
1985    Bonnie Lauer wins Uniden LPGA Golf Invitational
1985    Dallas Maverick coach Dick Motta is 4th NBA coach to win 700 games
1985    French socialists lose election (National Front 9%)
1985    Ice Pairs Championship at Tokyo won by Elena Valova and O Vasiliev (URS)
1985    India beat Pakistan to win "World Championship of Cricket"
1985    Mens Figure Skating Championship in Tokyo won by Alexandr Fadeev (URS)
1984    Heavyweight Tim Witherspoon KOs Greg Page
1983    Walter Alston, Dodgers manager, elected to Hall of Fame
1982    President Reagan proclaims economic sanctions against Libya
1982    Salim Malik scores 100 in 2nd inning of Test Cricket debut (v SL)
1982    Sygyzy: all 9 planets aligned on same side of Sun
1982    Travis Jackson and Happy Chandler elected to Hall of Fame
1980    Willard Scott becomes the weather forcaster on the Today Show
1978    Soyuz 28 returns to Earth
1977    Rings of Uranus discovered during occulation of SAO
1975    "Rocky Horror Show" opens at Belasco Theater New York City for 45 performances
1975    Dog spectacles patented in England
1974    "Sextet" closes at Bijou Theater New York City after 9 performances
1974    Carol Mann wins LPGA S&H Green Stamp Golf Classic
1974    Christian Democrats win Belgium parliamentary election
1974    Lawrence Rowe completes 302 vs. England Bridgetown, 36 fours 1 six
1973    BPAA U.S. Open by Mike McGrath
1973    Morocco adopts constitution
1972    1st black U.S. political convention opens in Gary, Indiana
1972    General Lon Nol becomes President and prince Sirik Matak premier of Cambodia
1972    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1971    Senate approves amendment lowering voting age to 18
1970    Barbra Streisand records "The Singer" and "I Can Do It"
1970    South Africa complete 4-0 series drubbing of Australia
1969    James Earl Ray pleads guilty in murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.
1966    5 time Horse of the Year, Kelso, retires
1966    Dutch crown princess Beatrix marries Claus von Amsberg
1966    North Vietnamese capture U.S. Green Beret Camp at Ashau Valley
1965    Dutch Princess Margriet and Pieter van Vollenhoven, get engaged
1964    U.S. reconnaissance plane shot down over East Germany
1963    Pete Rose debuts with hits in his 2 1st at bats in spring training
1963    Wilt Chamberlain of NBA San Francisco Warriors scores 70 points vs. Syracuse
1962    Due to it's no black policy, Phillies leave Jack Tar Harrison Hotel and move to Rocky Point Motel, 20 miles outside Clearwater, Florida
1960    U.S.S.R. agrees to stop nuclear testing
1959    Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth," premieres in New York City
1959    Uprising against Chinese occupation force in Lhasa Tibet
1957    Thousands of soccer fans riot in Italy
1956    General strike in Cyprus protesting exile of archbishop Makarios
1956    Peter Twiss sets new world air record 1,132 mph (1,823 kph)
1952    Military coup by general Fulgencio Batista in Cuba
1951    "Where's Charley?" closes at Broadway Theater New York City after 56 performances
1951    FBI director J. Edgar Hoover declines post of baseball commissioner
1949    Detroit Tiger pitcher Art Houtteman is critically injured in an auto accident but recovers to win 15 games in 1949
1948    1st civilian to exceed speed of sound-Herb H Hoover, Edwards AFB Ca
1946    Train derailment kills 185 near Aracaju Brazil
1945    Germany blows-up Wessel Bridge on Rhine
1945    Japan declares Vietnam Independence
1945    Patton's 3rd Army makes contact with Hodge's 1st Army
1945    Tokyo in fire after night time B-29 bombing
1945    U.S. troops lands on Mindanao
1941    Lee MacPhail, Dodger General Manager predicts all players will wear batting helmets
1940    1st U.S. opera telecast, W2XBS, New York City, I Pagliacci
1939    17 villages damaged by hailstones in Hyderabad India
1934    Longest undefeated streak in Toronto Maple Leaf history (18 games)
1934    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Suzanne Davis
1934    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner
1933    Major earthquake in Long Beach, California
1933    Nevada becomes 1st U.S. state to regulate narcotics
1931    British Labour party removes fascist Sir Oswald Mosley
1927    Albania mobilize by threat of Serbian, Croatian and Slovenes
1927    Bavaria lifts ban on Hitler's speeches
1926    Run on Belgian banks
1925    Walter Mittelholzer is 1st to flies over Demawend mountain, Iran
1922    KLZ-AM in Denver CO begins radio transmissions
1922    State of siege proclaimed during mine strike Johannesburg, South Africa
1920    NHL's Quebec Bulldog Jim Malone scores 6 goals vs Ottawa Senators
1915    British expedition Army in Belgium captures Neuve Chapelle
1914    Suffragettes in London damages painter Rokeby's Venus of Velasquez
1913    Stanley Cup: Quebec Bulldogs sweep Sydney (NS) Millionaires in 2 games
1913    William Knox, becomes 1st in American Bowling Congress to bowl 300
1910    China ends slavery
1910    Pittsburgh Courier, begins publishing
1909    Jack Johnson fights Victor McLaglen to no decision in 6 for box title
1906    1st performance of Maurice Ravel's "Sonatine"
1906    Coal dust explosion kills 1,060 at Courrieres France
1906    London Underground opens Bakeroo line (Baker Street to Waterloo Line)
1905    Japanese Army captures Mukden (Shenyang)
1903    Harry Gammeter, Cleveland, patents multigraph duplicating machine
1903    Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Montreal AAA in 2 games
1902    Earthquake destroys Turkish city of Tochangri
1900    Battle at Driefontein, South Africa (Boers vs. British army)
1896    Bronx acquires O'Brien Square
1896    Charilaos Vasilakos of Greece wins 1st modern marathon in 3:18
1893    Ivory Coast becomes a French colony
1893    New Mexico State University cancels it's 1st graduation ceremony, its only graduate Sam Steele was robbed and killed the night before
1888    1st performance of Cesar Franck's "Psyche"
1888    HW Boxing champ John L Sullivan draws Charlie Mitchell in 30 rounds
1880    General Wolseley opens new legislative council in Pretoria
1880    Salvation Army of England sets up U.S. welfare and religious activity
1876    1st telephone call made (Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas Watson)
1874    Purdue University (Indiana) admits it's 1st student
1865    Battle of Monroe's Crossroads, North Carolina
1864    Grant is named commander of the Union armies
1864    Red River campaign LA
1862    Great Britain and France recognizes independence of Zanzibar
1862    U.S. issues 1st paper money ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100, $500 and $1000)
1849    Abraham Lincoln applies for a patent; only U.S. president to do so
1847    1st money minted in Hawaii
1791    John Stone, Concord, Massachusetts, patents a pile driver
1791    Pope condemns France's Civil Constitution of the clergy
1789    Franklin College founded
1734    Spanish army under Don Carlos (III) draws into Naples
1681    English Quaker William Penn receives charter from Charles II, making him sole proprietor of colonial American territory Pennsylvania
1661    French King Louis XIV ends office of premier
1629    King Charles I dissolved Parliament; he called it back 11 years later
1624    England declares war on Spain