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Important Events Of March 11



1997    3rd Blockbuster Entertainment Awards
1997    Ashes of Star Trek creator, Gene Roddenberry are launched into space
1997    Beatle Paul McCartney knighted Sir Paul by the Queen
1997    San Francisco Giant J. T. Snow suffers a fractured eye socket when hit by a pitch
1996    Chris Harris scores 130 in losing New Zealand side vs. Australia, World Cup
1996    Mark Waugh scores 110 vs. New Zealand for his third century of the World Cup
1995    -36.8 degrees F (-38.2 degrees C) in Chosedachar, Komi-district, on 67 degrees N
1995    President Nazarbajev disbands Kazachstan parliament
1995    Sinn Fein party leader, Gerry Adams, arrives in U.S.
1995    Yolanda Chen hop-skip-jumps world indoor record 15.03m
1994    Eduardo Frei succeeds Patricio Aylwin as president of Chile
1993    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Prague won by Kurt Browning CAN
1991    Janet Jackson signs $40M 3 album deal with Virgin records
1991    John Smith, amateur wrestler, wins James E Sullivan Award
1991    Monica Seles ends Steffi Graf's streak of 186 weeks ranked first
1990    16th People's Choice Awards
1990    Lithuania declares it's Independence
1990    Maggie Will wins Desert Inn LPGA Golf International
1988    Utrecht conservatory destroyed by fire
1987    Wayne Gretzky scores 1,500th NHL point
1986    1 million days since traditional foundation of Rome, 4/21/753 BC
1986    12th People's Choice Awards
1986    187.27 million shares traded in New York Stock Exchange
1986    Islander Mike Bossy, 1st NHLer to score 50 goals in 9 straight seasons
1986    Japanese probe Sakigake flies by Halley's Comet at 6.8 million km
1986    NFL adopts instant replay rule
1985    Mikhail Gorbachev replaces Konstantin Chernenko as Soviet leader
1984    Chris Johnson wins LPGA Samaritan Turquoise Golf Classic
1983    Ice Dance Championship at Helsinki Finland won by Torvill and Dean (GRB)
1983    Ice Pairs Championship at Helsinki won by Valova and Vasiliev (URS)
1983    Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Helsinki won by Rosalynn Sumners (USA)
1983    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Helsinki won by Scott Hamilton (USA)
1982    Failed military coup under Rambocus/Hawker in Suriname
1981    Chile constitution takes effect, Augusto Pinochet 2nd term begins
1981    Johnny Mize and Rube Foster elected to baseball Hall of Fame
1980    Rod Marsh bowls 10 overs for 51 runs in dull Australia vs. Pak cricket draw
1979    Nancy Lopez wins LPGA Sunstar Golf Classic
1979    Randy Hold receives 67 minutes in penalties in a 60 minutes NHL hockey game
1978    Terrorists attack mail truck at Tel Aviv, 45 killed
1978    USF-led Bill Cartwright scores 23 points as the Dons oust NC
1977    Moslems hold 130 hostages in Washington D.C.
1975    Portugal military coup under general Spinola fails
1975    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1974    Mount Etna in Sicily erupted
1974    Rhino Store gives people 5 cents to take home Danny Bonaduce's Album
1973    Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA S&H Green Stamp Golf Classic
1972    "Inner City" closes at Barrymore Theater New York City after 97 performances
1970    12th Grammy Awards: Aquarius, Crosby Stills and Nash, Peggy Lee win
1970    Iraq Ba'th Party recognizes Kurd nation
1968    Anti-Zionist Clandestine Radio Voice of El Assifa starts transmitting
1968    Dmitri Shostakovich completes his 12nd string quartet
1968    Otis Redding posthumously receives gold record for " Dock of the Bay"
1967    Pink Floyd releases their 1st song (Arnold Layne)
1966    Military coup led by Indonesian General Suharto breaks out
1965    Indonesia President Sukarno accepts qualifications of Suharto
1963    Somalia drops diplomatic relations with Great Britain
1961    Then NHL record 40 penalties, Black Hawks and Maple Leafs (20 each)
1960    Pioneer 5 launched into solar orbit between Earth and Venus
1959    "Raisin in the Sun," 1st Broadway play by a black woman, opens
1959    Teddy Scholten wins Eurovision Song festival with "A Little Bit"
1958    Charles Van Doren finally loses on TV game show "21"
1958    Starting this season, AL batters are required to wear batting helmets
1956    Louise Suggs wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship
1954    U.S. Army charges Senator Joseph McCarthy used undue pressure tactics
1953    1st woman army doctor commissioned (FM Adams)
1953    American B-47 accidentally drops a nuclear bomb on South Carolina, the bomb doesn't go off due to 6 safety catches
1948    Jewish Agency of Jerusalem bombed
1948    Reginald Weit became the 1st black to play in the U.S. Tennis Open
1948    WBAL TV channel 11 in Baltimore, MD (CBS) begins broadcasting
1945    1,000 allied bombers harass Essen, 4,662 ton bombs
1945    Flemish nazi collaborator Maria Huygens sentenced to death
1944    Dutch resistance fighter Joop Westerweel arrested
1943    Nazi Militia forms in Netherlands
1942    1st deportation train leaves Paris for Auschewitz Concentration Camp
1942    General MacArthur leaves Corregidor (Bataan) for Australia
1942    Japanese troop land on North-Sumatra
1941    Bronko Nagurski beats Ray Steele in Minn, to become wrestling champ
1941    Franklin D. Roosevelt signs Lend-Lease Bill to lend money to Britain
1938    Artur Seyss-Inquart replaces Kurt von Schuschnigg as Chancellor of Austria; German troops also entered the country
1935    Bank of Canada opens
1935    Hermann Goering officially creates German Air Force, the Luftwaffe
1934    Netherlands beats Belgium 9-3, in soccer
1930    President and Chief Justice William Taft buried in Arlington
1928    Netherlands and Belgium tie 1-1 (soccer match in Amsterdam)
1927    1st armored commercial car hold-up in U.S., Pittsburgh
1927    1st golden gloves tournament
1927    Samuel Roxy Rothafel opens famous Roxy Theater (New York City)
1926    Eamon da Valera ends leadership of Sinn Fein
1924    3rd term of Belgium Theunis government begins
1924    Eden Phillpotts' "Farmer's Wife," premieres in London
1924    NHL Championship: Montreal Canadiens sweeps Ottawa Senators in 2 games
1922    Western Hockey Championship: Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) sweep Regina Capitals, in 2 games
1919    General strike in Germany, crushed
1918    Moscow becomes capital of revolutionary Russia
1918    Save the Redwoods League founded
1917    British troops occupy Baghdad
1917    1st NHL championship game ever played, Toronto Arenas beats Montreal Canadiens 7-3 in 1st of 2 game set (second game on March 13)
1912    1st Stanley Cup game to be played in 3 20-minute periods, formerly played in 30-minute halfs, Quebec beats Moncton 9-3 on way to sweep
1910    Jack Hobbs 1st Test ton (187 vs. SAfr), his only Test hit wicket
1905    Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 beat Rat Portage Thisles, 2 games to 1
1904    Stanley Cup: Ottawa Silver 7 sweep Brandon Wheat Kings in 2 games
1901    Cincinnati Enquirer reports Baltimore manager John McGraw signed Cherokee Indian Tokohoma, who is really black 2nd baseman Charlie Grant
1895    Spanish cruiser Reina Regenta sinks at Gibraltar, 400 killed
1892    1st public basketball game (Springfield, Massachuetts)
1888    Great blizzard of '88 strikes the North East U.S.
1882    Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association organized in Princeton New Jersey
1867    Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Don Carlos," premieres in Paris
1867    Great Mauna Loa eruption (Hawaiian volcano)
1865    General Sherman's Union forces occupies Fayetteville, North Carolina
1864    Skirmish at Calfkiller Creek (Sparta), Tennessee
1862    General Stonewall Jackson evacuates Winchester Virginia Army of the Potomac, General Henry Halleck is named general-in-chief
1861    Confederate convention in Montgomery, adopts constitution
1851    Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Rigoletto," premieres in Venice
1850    Woman's Medical College of Penn (1st female medical school)
1835    HMS Beagle anchors off Valparaiso, Chile
1824    U.S. War Department creates the Bureau of Indian Affairs
1823    1st normal school in U.S. opens, Concord Academy, Concord, Vt
1812    Citizenship granted to Prussian Jews
1810    Emperor Napoleon married by proxy to Archduchess Marie Louise
1795    Battle at Kurdla India: Mahratten beat Mogols
1794    Royal Theatre in London's Dury Lane opens
1791    Samuel Mulliken, Philadelphia, is 1st to obtain more than 1 U.S. patent
1789    Benjamin Banneker with L'Enfant begin to lay out Washington D.C.
1779    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers established (1st time)
1702    1st English daily newspaper "Daily Courant," publishes
1669    Volcano Etna in Italy erupts killing 15,000
1665    NY approves new code guaranteeing Protestants religious rights
1649    Treaty of Rueil destroys 1st Fronde-uprising