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Important Events Of March 15



1999    Pluto again becomes outermost planet
1998    "Cabaret," opens at Club Expo Theater New York City
1998    Welch's/Circle K Golf Championship
1997    Pitts Penguins' Joe Mullen, is 1st American to score 500 NHL goals
1994    8th Soul Train Music Awards: Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston win
1994    Experts from AL certify Indian's Jacobs Field is properly lit
1993    Vinod Kambli scores 227 vs. Zimbabwe, his 2nd consecutive Test 200
1992    Brandie Burton wins LPGA Ping/Welch's Golf Championship
1992    U.N. officially embarks on its largest peacekeeping operation
1991    4 LA police are charged with beating Rodney King
1991    Sergei Bubka pole vaults record 20'
1991    Territories of Amapa and Roraima become states in Brazil
1990    Fernando Collor de Mello sworn in as President of Brazil
1989    "Les Miserables," opens at Royal Alexandra Theatre Toronto
1989    Department of Veterans Affairs officially established as a Cabinet position
1989    New York Rangers retire goalie Eddie Giacomin's #1 uniform
1988    Eugene Marino of Atlanta, appointed 1st African American archbishop
1988    NASA reports accelerated breakdown of ozone layer by CFK
1988    NFL's St. Louis Cardinals officially move to Phoenix
1987    "Starlight Express" opens at Gershwin Theater New York City for 761 performances
1987    "Sweet Charity" closes at Minskoff Theater New York City after 368 performances
1987    13th People's Choice Awards: Bill Cosby
1987    Last day in Test cricket for Larry Gomes and Joel Garner
1987    New Zealand beat WI by 5 wickets in Jeremy Coney's last Test Cricket
1987    U.S. Davis Cup team loses to Paraguay
1986    Funeral services held for Swedish Prime Minister Olaf Palme
1985    Larry Holmes TKOs David Bey in 10 for heavyweight boxing title
1985    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1984    10th People's Choice Awards: Brooke Shields
1984    Tanzania adopts constitution
1983    Karnataka beat Bombay on 1st innings to win cricket Ranji Trophy
1982    Actress Theresa Saladana, stabbed repeatedly by obsessed fan
1982    KGB-AM in San Diego, California changes call letters to KCNN (now KPOP)
1982    Nicaragua suspends their citizens rights for 30 days
1981    "Broadway Follies" opens/closes at Nederlander Theater New York City
1981    Suriname failed coup under Sergeant-Major Wilfred Hawker
1979    Apparat releases Newdos + 2.1 for Radio Shack's TRS-80
1979    Isle's Bryan Trottier's 5th career hat trick
1979    Sarfraz takes 9-86 at MCG as Australia lose 7-5 to lose the Test
1978    Operation Litani: Israeli offensive in South Lebanon
1978    A's trade Vida Blue to Giants for 7 players and $390,000
1978    China performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1977    "Eight is Enough" premiers on ABC-TV
1977    U.S. House of Representatives begin 90 day test of televising its sessions
1976    Failed coup in Niger
1975    Jevgeni Kulikov skates world record 500m (37.99 sec)
1974    Brazilian president Garastazu Medici resigns
1972    Danish airliner hit mountain in Sheikdom of Oman killing 112
1972    NASA selects 3 part configuration for Space Shuttle
1971    CBS TV announces it is dropping "Ed Sullivan Show"
1971    Chatrooms make their debut on the Internet
1970    "Purlie" opens at Broadway Theater New York City for 689 performances
1970    Expo '70 opens in Osaka, Japan
1970    Gary Geld and Peter Udell's "Purlie," premieres in New York City
1969    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas resigns
1969    Violent Chinese-Russian border dispute
1968    Bob Beamon sets indoor long jump record (27' 2.75")
1968    British minister of Foreign affairs George Brown resigns
1968    LIFE mag calls Jimi Hendrix "most spectacular guitarist in the world"
1968    U.S. Mint stops buying and selling gold
1968    Uprising in South Yemen
1968    Diocese of Rome announces that it "deplored the concept," but wouldn't prohibit rock and roll masses at Church of San Lessio Falconieri
1967    AFCENT-headquarter moves to Brunssum
1967    Marshal Arturo da Costa e Silva sworn in as President of Brazil
1967    WSJK TV channel 2 in Sneedville/Knoxville, Tennessee (PBS) 1st broadcast
1966    8th Grammy Awards: Taste of Honey, Tom Jones, Sintra and Striesand
1966    Racial riots erupt in the Watts section of Los Angeles
1965    Lyndon Baines Johnson asks congress to ensure everybody's right to vote
1965    T.G.I. Friday's 1st restaurant opens in New York City
1965    WMFE TV channel 24 in Orlando, Florida (PBS) begins broadcasting
1964    Lyndon Baines Johnson asks for a War on Poverty
1964    Liz Taylor's 5th marriage (Richard Burton)
1964    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1963    WFAN TV channel 14 in Washington, D.C. (IND) begins broadcasting
1962    "No Strings" opens at 84th St. Theater New York City for 580 performances
1962    5 research groups announce simultaneously discovery of anti-matter
1962    Donald Jackson of Canada, is 1st to land a triple lutz ice skate jump
1962    KATU TV channel 2 in Portland, OR (ABC) begins broadcasting
1962    Richard Rodger's musical "No Strings," premieres in New York City
1962    Wilt Chamberlain is 1st to score 4,000 pts in an NBA season
1961    South Africa withdraws from British Commonwealth
1960    Key Largo Coral Reef Preserve established, 1st underwater park
1960    National Observatory at Kitt Peak, Arizona dedicated
1959    Louise Suggs wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship
1959    Richard Rogers' "No Strings" opens on Broadway
1959    Robert Foster sets record by staying underwater 13 m 42.5 s
1959    WILX TV channel 10 in Lansing, MI (NBC) begins broadcasting
1958    "Body Beautiful" closes at Broadway Theater New York City after 60 performances
1958    KULR TV channel 8 in Billings, Montana (NBC/ABC/CBS) begins broadcasting
1958    Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati scores a NCAA midwest region-record 56 pts
1958    Royals basketball star Maurice Stokes collapsed during a playoff game with encephalitis; He goes into a coma and is permanently disabled
1958    U.S.S.R. performs atmospheric nuclear test
1957    Britain becomes the 3rd nation to explode a nuclear bomb
1956    "My Fair Lady" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater New York City for 2,715 performances
1956    Whipper Billy Watson beats Lou Thesz in Toronto, to become NWA champ
1955    Dutch 2nd Chamber requires TV licenses
1955    U.S. Air Force unveils self-guided missile
1955    WLEX TV channel 18 in Lexington, Kentucky (NBC) begins broadcasting
1954    "CBS Morning Show" premieres with Walter Cronkite and Jack Paar
1954    WSJV TV channel 28 in Elkhart-South Bend, IN (ABC) begins broadcasting
1953    Patty Berg wins LPGA Titleholders Golf Championship
1953    West Germany loses in soccer to Netherlands, 2-1
1952    "2 in the Aisle" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater New York City after 276 performances
1952    Greatest 24-hour rainfall begins: 187 cm at La Reunion, Indian Ocean
1951    Persia nationalizes Anglo-Iranian Oil Company
1950    "Consul" opens at Barrymore Theater New York City for 269 performances
1950    Gian Carlo Menotti's opera "Consul," premieres in New York City
1950    New York City hires Dr. Wallace E Howell as its official "rainmaker"
1949    WICU TV channel 12 in Erie, Pennsylvania (NBC) begins broadcasting
1949    WLWD (now WDTN) TV channel 2 in Dayton, OH (NBC) begins broadcasting
1948    Bradman scores 115 for the Australian cricket team vs. Western Australia
1948    Sir Laurence Olivier on the cover of LIFE magazine
1948    WCAU TV channel 10 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (CBS) begins broadcasting
1947    John Lee appointed 1st black commissioned officer in U.S. Navy
1946    British premier Attlee agrees with India's right to independence
1945    17th Academy Awards - "Going my Way," Bing Cosby and Ingrid Bergman win
1945    Bert Shepard (1 legged WW II vet) tries out as a pitcher for Senators
1945    Billboard publishes its 1st album chart (King Cole Trio is #1)
1945    Catholic University of Nijmegen reopens
1945    Dodgers open spring training at Bear Mountain, New York
1944    Italian town of Cassino destroyed by Allied bombing
1943    Allied reconnaissance flight over Java
1943    Red Army evacuates Kharkov
1941    Blizzard in North Dakota kills 151
1940    Goering says 100-200 church bells enough for Germany, smelt the rest
1939    Hitler occupies Bohemia and Moravia (Czechoslovakia); Slovakia independ
1937    1st blood bank forms (Chicago, Illinois)
1937    1st state contraceptive clinic opens (Raleigh North Carolina)
1935    George Headley completes 270 in cricket vs. England at Kingston
1934    U.S. Information Service opens
1933    NAACP begins coordinated attack on segregation and discrimination
1930    1st seaplane glider flown, Port Washington, New York
1930    1st streamlined submarine of U.S. navy, USS Nautilus, launched
1928    Mussolini modifies Italy electoral system (abolishes right to choose)
1926    Belgium's "black monday," franc falls
1923    Lenin is hit with his 3rd stroke
1922    1st southern radio station begins (WSB, Atlanta Georgia)
1919    American Legion forms (Paris)
1917    Nicholas II, last Russian tsar, says he will abdicate
1916    General Pershing, 15,000 troops chasing Villa into Mexico, stays 10-mos
1916    University of Gent goes under Dutch control
1915    Netherlands merchant ship Tubantia torpedoed and sinks in North Sea
1913    1st presidential press conference (Woodrow Wilson)
1913    Cleveland establishes 1st small claims court
1912    Pitcher Cy Young retires from baseball with 511 wins
1908    1st performance of Maurice Ravel's "Rapsodie Espagnole"
1907    Finland is 1st European country to give women the right to vote
1906    Brits Rolls, Royce and Johnson form Rolls Royce Ltd.
1903    Frederick Lugard occupies Sokoto West Africa
1901    Horse racing is banned in San Francisco, last race Mar 16th
1897    1st indoor fly casting tournament opens, at Madison Square Garden
1892    1st escalator patented by inventor Jesse W. Reno (New York City)
1892    New York State unveils automatic ballot booth (voting machine)
1889    6 U.S. and German warships perish in harbor of Apia Samoa, 200 die
1887    1st salaried fish and game warden (William Alden Smith in Michigan)
1885    1st performance of Cesar Franck's "Lesson Djinns"
1877    Commencement of 1st Test Cricket, Australia vs. England at MCG
1875    1st U.S. cardinal (John McCloskey) invested
1869    Cincinnati Red Stockings become the 1st pro baseball team
1869    Cincinnati Red Stockings beat Antioch 41-7
1867    Michigan becomes 1st state to tax property to support a university
1864    Red River Campaign-Union forces reach Alexandria, Louisiana
1862    General John Hunt Morgan begins 4 days of raids near Gallatin, Tennessee
1855    Louisiana establishes 1st health board to regulate quarantine
1827    Freedom's Journal, 1st Black newspaper, publishes
1827    University of Toronto is chartered
1820    Maine admitted as 23rd state
1812    1st Russian settlement in California, Russian River
1781    Battle of Guilford Court House, North Carolina (British suffer heavy losses)
1778    Nootka Sound, Vancouver Is discovered by Captain Cook
1744    French King Louis XV declares war on England
1729    Sister St. Stanislas Hachard, 1st U.S. nun, takes her vows, N Orleans
1672    King Charles II enacts Declaration of Indulgence