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Important Events Of March 19



1998    "Ah Wilderness!," opens at Vivian Beaumont theater
1997    Ice Pairs won by Mandy Woetzel and Ingo Steuer (GER)
1997    Major League Baseball announces 5 year, $50M deal with Pepsi
1997    Supreme Court hears Internet indecency arguments
1996    Winnie Mandela divorces Nelson after 38 years of marriage
1995    "Translations" opens at Plymouth Theater New York City for 25 performances
1995    "Uncle Vanya" closes at Circle in Sq Theater New York City after 29 performances
1995    5 die by poison gas in Japanese subway
1995    Arizona outside of Phoenix begins using new area code 520
1995    Bonnie Blair skates female world record point total (156.450)
1995    Finland Social-Democratic Party wins parliamentary election
1995    Laura Davis wins LPGA Standard Register PING Golf Tournament
1995    Michael Jordan rejoins Chicago Bulls after 17 months, beats Pacers
1995    NBA New York Knicks beat New York Nets in 100th meeting (Knicks 53 Nets 47)
1995    Neil Marshall skates world record 3 km (3:54.08)
1994    2500 kilograms of cocaine intercepted in Zeewolde Netherlands
1994    Lara scores 167 for WI vs. England at Georgetown
1994    Largest omelet (1,383 ft) made with 160,000 eggs in Yokohama Japan
1994    New Jersey Devils club record 41st win of the season
1993    Ice Dance Championship at Prague won by M Usova and A Zhulin (RUS)
1993    Ice Pairs Championship at Prague won by I Brasseur and L Eisler (CAN)
1993    Supreme Court Justice Byron R. White announced plans to retire
1992    "Master Builder" opens at Belasco Theater New York City for 45 performances
1992    British Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson announce separation
1991    Kansas City Royals announce they are putting Bo Jackson on waivers
1991    Sacramento Kings set NBA record of 29 consecutive road loses
1991    St. Louis Blue Brett Hull is 3rd NHLer to score 80 goals in a season
1991    NFL owners strip Phoenix of 1993 Super Bowl game due to Arizona not recognizing Martin Luther King Day
1990    1st world ice hockey tournament for women held (Ottawa)
1989    Boeing B-22 Osprey VTOL aircraft makes maiden flight
1989    Ice Dance Championship at Paris won by M Klimova and S Ponomarenko (USR)
1989    Ice Pairs Championship at Paris won by E Gordeeva and S Grinkov (U.S.S.R.)
1989    Lori Garbacz wins Circle K LPGA Golf Open Tucson
1989    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Paris won by Kurt Browning (CAN)
1989    Worlds Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Paris won by Midori Ito (Japan)
1988    Yvonne van Gennip skates un-official world record 10 km (15:25.25)
1987    Bonnie Blair skates ladies world record 500 m (39.43 sec)
1987    Fred Currey acquires Greyhound Bus Company
1987    Hassanali inaugurated as president of Trinidad and Tobago
1987    PTL leader Jim Bakker resigns after sex scandal with Jessica Hahn
1987    Yvonne van Gennip skates ladies world record 3 km (4:16.85)
1985    "Spin Magazine" begins publishing
1985    NSW wins cricket Sheffield Shield by beating Queensland by 1 wicket
1985    Senate votes 55-45, to authorize production of the MX missile
1984    "Kate and Allie," premieres
1984    John J O'Connor named 8th archbishop of New York
1984    KSD-AM in St. Louis MO changes call letters to KUSA
1984    Mobil oil tanker spills 200,000 gallons into Columbia River
1984    Pitcher Denny McLain, indicted on various charges of racketeering
1984    STS-41-C vehicle moves to launch pad
1982    National Guard jet tanker crashes killing 27
1981    Emmy 8th Daytime Awards - Susan Lucci loses for 2nd time
1981    2 workers killed in space shuttle Columbia accident
1981    Buffalo Sabres beat Toronto Maple Leafs 14-4
1979    House of Representatives begins live television broadcasts via C-SPAN
1978    50,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam against neutron bomb
1978    Sally Little wins LPGA Kathryn Crosby/Honda Civic Golf Classic
1977    "Side by Side by Sondheim" closes at Music Box New York City after 390 performances
1977    France performs nuclear test at Muruora Island
1977    Jevgeni Kulikov skates world record 1000m (1:15.33)
1976    Princess Margaret separates from the Earl of Snowdon, after 16 years
1975    "Dr. Jazz" opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 5 performances
1975    Penn is 1st state to allow girls to compete with boys in HS sports
1974    Jefferson Starship begins their 1st tour
1973    Dean tells Nixon, "There is a cancer growing on the Presidency"
1972    "To Live Another Summer" closes at Helen Hayes New York City after 173 performances
1972    Carol Mann wins LPGA Orange Blossom Golf Classic
1972    India and Bangladesh sign friendship treaty
1972    Los Angeles Lakers beat Golden State Warriors, 162-99, by then record 63 pts
1971    Philadelphia 76ers outscore Cincinnati Royals 90-8 in 1 half
1970    West German chancellor and East German premier Willy Brandt meet
1969    British invade Anguilla
1969    Chicago 8 indicted in aftermath of Chicago Democratic convention
1968    Howard University students seize administration building
1967    French Somaliland (Djibouti) votes to continue association with France
1967    Marilynn Smith wins LPGA St. Petersburg Orange Golf Classic
1966    "Pousse Cafe" closes at 46th St. Theater New York City after 3 performances
1966    28th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Texas Western beats Kentucky 72-65
1966    Belgium government of Vanden Boeynants begins
1965    Indonesia nationalizes all foreign oil companies
1965    Stoica becomes president and Ceausescu party leader of Romania
1964    Sean Connery's 1st day of shooting on "Goldfinger"
1962    "All American" opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 80 performances
1962    Archbishop Suenens of Mechelen-Brussels appointed cardinal
1960    "Redhead" closes at 46th St. Theater New York City after 455 performances
1960    22nd NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Ohio State beats California 75-55
1959    "1st Impressions" opens at Alvin Theater New York City for 84 performances
1958    Britain's 1st planetarium opens at Madame Tussaud's in London
1958    Sobers completes a century in each innings vs. Pakistan
1957    Indians reject Boston's offer of $1 million for Herb Score
1956    Biggest NBA margin of victory - Minnesota Lakers-133, St. Louis Hawks-75
1955    17th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: San Francisco beats La Salle 77-63
1954    1st color telecast of a prize fight, Giardello vs Troy in MSG, New York City
1954    1st rocket-driven sled on rails was tested in Alamogordo, New Mexico
1954    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Tenley Albright
1954    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Hayes A Jenkins
1954    Weekes, Worrell and Walcott complete tons in innings vs. England
1953    Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real," premieres in New York City
1953    25th Academy Awards - "Greatest Show on Earth," Gary Cooper and Shirley Booth win (1st time televised)
1951    Herman Wouk's "Caine Mutiny," published
1950    5th U.S. Women's Open Golf Championship won by Babe Didrikson Zaharias
1950    City College of New York defeats Bradley to win the NIT
1949    1st museum devoted exclusively to atomic energy, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
1948    Lee Savold KOs Gino Buonvino in 54 seconds at MSG, New York City
1947    Belgian government of Spaak, forms
1947    Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek conquers Jenan
1946    French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Reunion become overseas depts
1946    Nicolai Schwernik succeeds Kalinin as president of U.S.S.R.
1945    800 killed as Kamikaze attacked USS Franklin off Japan
1945    Adolf Hitler issues Nero Decree: destruction of German facilities
1945    British 36th division conquers Mogok (ruby mine)
1945    U.S. Task Force 58 attacks ships near Kobe/Kure
1944    Tippett's oratorium "Child of Our Time," premieres in London
1943    Airship Canadian Star torpedoed and sinks
1942    Franklin D. Roosevelt orders men between 45 and 64 to register for non military duty
1942    Thoroughbred Racing Association of U.S. formed in Chicago
1941    Jimmy Dorsey and Orchestra record "Green Eyes" and "Maria Elena"
1940    Failed British air raid on German base at Sylt
1940    French government of Daladier, falls
1938    Toronto Maple Leafs score 8 goals in 5 minutes
1937    Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Divini redemptoris against communism
1931    Nevada legalizes gambling
1930    Nakagawa Soen accepted as a student of Katsube Keigaku Roshi
1928    "Amos and Andy" debuts on radio (NBC Blue Network-WMAQ Chicago)
1927    Bloody battles between communists and nazis in Berlin
1925    Angelo G Roncalli (Pope John XXIII) becomes a bishop
1920    U.S. Senate rejects Treaty of Versailles for 2nd time refusing to ratify League of Nations' covenant (maintaining isolation policy)
1918    Congress authorizes time zones and approves daylight saving time
1918    S. Potter becomes 1st U.S. pilot to shoot down a German seaplane
1917    U.S. Supreme Court upheld 8-hour work day for railroad employees
1915    Pluto photographed for 1st time (although unknown at the time)
1914    Stanley Cup: Tor Blueshirts (NHA) sweep Vict Capitals (PCHA) in 3 game
1907    18.8 cm precipitation at Lewer's Ranch, Nevada (state record)
1906    Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari's "Quattro Rusteghi," premieres in Munich
1897    Yale defeated Penn, 30-10 in 1st major college basketball game
1895    Los Angeles Railway established to provide streetcar service
1892    3 brothers Hearne play in same Test Cricket England vs. South Africa (Cape Town)
1885    Louis Riel returns to Canada, proclaims provisional government, Sask
1883    Jan Matzeliger invents 1st machine to manufacture entire shoes
1877    Australia beat England by 45 runs in very 1st Test match
1870    The opera "Guarany," premieres in Milan
1866    Immigrant ship Monarch of the Seas sinks in Liverpool; 738 die
1865    Battle of Bentonville-Confederates retreat from Greenville NC
1864    Opera "Mireille" premieres in Paris
1859    Opera "Faust" by Charles Gounod premieres in Paris
1831    1st U.S. bank robbery (City Bank, New York/$245,000)
1822    Boston, Massachusetts incorporated as a city
1803    Johann von Schillers "Die Braut von Messina," premieres in Weimar
1799    Joseph Haydn's "Die Schopfung," premieres in Vienna
1775    4 people buried by avalanche for 37 days, 3 survive (Italy)
1775    Poland and Prussia sign trade agreement
1748    English Naturalization Act passes granting Jews right to colonize US
1702    James II's daughter Anne Stuart becomes queen of England
1682    Nationally Council accept independence of French church
1644    200 members of Peking imperial family/court commit suicide
1628    Massachusetts colony founded by Englishmen