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Important Events Of March 21



1999    71st Academy Awards Oscar Ceremony
1997    Ice Dance won by Oksana Grishuk and Evgeny Platov (Rus)
1997    Wrestlemania XIII
1996    "Night of the Iguana" opens at Criterion Theater New York City for 68 performances
1995    New Jersey officially dedicates the Howard Stern Rest Area along Route 295
1995    New York City agrees to sell it's 2 owned radio stations (WNew York City AM and FM)
1994    66th Academy Awards - "Schindler's List," Tom Hanks and Holly Hunter win
1994    Anne P. Sidamon-Eristoff named chairwoman of Museum of National History
1994    Dudley Moore arrested for hitting girlfriend
1994    Wayne Gretzky ties Gordie Howe's NHL record of 801 goals
1993    Patty Sheehan wins LPGA Standard Register Ping Golf Tournament
1993    Pope John Paul II declares Duns Scotus, a saint
1993    South Africa White Wolves kill 5 year old black girl
1992    2nd WLAF season begins
1992    Pakistan scores 6-264 to overhaul New Zealand in exciting World Cup semi
1991    27 lost at sea when 2 U.S. Navy anti-submarine planes collide
1991    Largest wrestling crowd in Japan (64,500) at Tokyo Dome
1991    Tatsumi Fujinami beats Ric Flair for NWA wrestling championship
1991    U.N. Security Council panel decided to lift the food embargo on Iraq
1990    "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" opens at Eugene O'Neill New York City for 149 performances
1990    "Normal Life" starring Moon Unit and Dweezil Zappa premieres on CBS-TV
1990    "Sydney" starring Valerie Bertinelli premieres on CBS-TV
1990    Namibia becomes independent of South Africa, Sam Nujoma becomes president
1989    1st sea test of Trident 2 missile self-destructs, Cape Canaveral
1988    23rd Academy of Country Music Awards: Randy Travis and Hank Williams, Jr.
1986    199.22 million shares traded in New York Stock Exchange
1986    Kania skates ladies world record 500 m (39.52 sec) and 3 km (4:18.02)
1986    Pittsburgh Associates buy Pittsburgh Pirates for $218 million
1985    Arthur Ashe is named to International Tennis Hall of Fame
1985    Bloodbath at Langa (Uitenhage) South Africa, 19 killed
1984    Border scores 100* vs. WI Trinidad after 98* in 1st cricket innings
1984    NFL owners passed the infamous anti-celebrating rule
1984    Part of Central Park is named Strawberry Fields honoring John Lennon
1984    Soviet sub crashes into USS aircraft carrier Kitty Hawk off Japan
1983    Only known typo on Time Magazine cover (control=contol), all recalled
1982    "Little Johnny Jones" opens and closes at Alvin Theater New York City
1982    Jerry Pate celebrates golf win by jumping into the water hazard
1982    Movie "Annie" premieres
1982    Nancy Lopez wins LPGA J&B Scotch Pro-Am Golf Tournament
1980    On TV show Dallas, J.R. is shot
1979    Egyptian Parliament unanimously approve peace treaty with Israel
1978    Padres fire Al Dark (2nd manager ever fired during spring training)
1975    Ethiopia ends monarchy after 3000 years
1974    Attempt made to kidnap Princess Anne in London's Pall Mall
1973    Frank Mahovlich becomes 5th NHLer to score 500 goals
1972    U.S. Supreme Court rules states can't require 1-yr residency to vote
1971    Gavaskar scores 1st of his 34 Test Cricket tons, 116 at Georgetown
1971    Jan Ferraris wins LPGA Orange Blossom Golf Classic
1971    Vermont seasonal snowfall totals 132.2"
1971    WCPB TV channel 28 in Salisbury, MD (PBS) begins broadcasting
1970    32nd NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Jacksonville 80-69
1969    John and Yoko stage their 1st bed-in for peace (Amsterdam Hilton)
1969    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1968    "Royals" chosen as the name of new Kansas City AL franchise
1968    Hill, Hawkins and Coghill's musical premieres in London
1968    Israeli forces cross Jordan River to attack PLO bases
1968    Portuguese socialist Mario Soares banished to Sao Tome
1966    Supreme Court reverses Mass ruling that "Fanny Hill" is obscene
1965    Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA St. Petersburg Golf Open
1965    Martin Luther King, Jr. begins march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama
1965    U.S. Ranger 9 launched; takes 5,814 pictures before lunar impact
1964    26th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Duke 98-83
1964    Beatles' "She Loves You," single goes #1 and stays #1 for 2 weeks
1964    UCLA completes undefeated NCAA basketball season (30-0)
1963    Alcatraz federal penitentiary in San Francisco Bay closed
1963    David Hendon and Douglas Cross' musical premieres in London
1962    A bear becomes the 1st creature to be ejected at supersonic speeds
1962    Bekkers of Bosch makes TV speech in Netherlands for birth control
1962    Dutch RC bishop Beckers declares himself in favor of birth control
1962    Philadelphia retires pitcher Robin Roberts' # 36
1961    Art Modell purchases Cleveland Browns for then record ($3,925,000)
1961    Beatles' 1st appearance at the Cavern Club
1960    Sharpeville Massacre: Police kill 72 in South Africa and outlaws ANC
1959    "Juno" closes at Winter Garden Theater New York City after 16 performances
1959    21st NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: California beats West Virginia 71-70
1958    1st presentation of West Point's Sylvanus Thayer Award
1958    U.S.S.R. performs atmospheric nuclear test
1957    Tennessee Williams' "Orpheus Descending," premieres in New York City
1956    28th Academy Awards - "Marty," Anna Magnani and Ernest Borgnine win
1955    Archbishop Makarios of Cyprus desires Cyprus joining Greece
1955    Brooklyn Bulletin ask Dodger fans not to call their team "Bums"
1954    KFBB TV channel 5 in Great Falls, Montana (ABC/CBS/NBC) begins broadcasting
1953    NBA record 106 fouls and 12 players foul out (Boston-Syracuse)
1952    "3 Wishes for Jamie" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater New York City for 94 performances
1952    Tornadoes in Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky cause 343 deaths
1952    31 storms crosses 6 states killing 340 in South-Central U.S.
1952    Alan Freed presents Moondog Coronation Ball at old Cleveland Arena, 25,000 attend 1st rock and roll concert ever
1951    2,900,000 U.S. soldiers in Korea
1951    Julius and Ethel Rosenberg convicted of espionage
1949    WTVJ TV channel 4 in Miami, Florida (NBC/CBS) begins broadcasting
1948    "Stop the Music" with Bert Parks premieres on ABC radio
1947    Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fulgens radiatur
1947    President Truman signs Executive Order 9835 requiring all federal employees to have allegiance to the United States
1947    Test Cricket debut of Bert Sutcliffe, New Zealand vs. England at Christchurch
1946    Kenny Washington signs with Rams, 1st black NFLer since 1933
1946    U.N. set up temporary HQ at Hunter (now Lehman) College (Bronx)
1945    1st Japanese flying bombs (ochas) attack Okinawa
1945    During WW II Allied bombers begin 4-day raid over Germany
1945    Dutch Resistance fighter Hannie Schaft arrested by Nazi police
1944    General Eisenhower postpones South France invasion until after Normandy
1943    Assassination attempt on Hitler fails
1943    British 8th army opens assault on Mareth line, Tunisia
1942    Convoy QP9 departs Great Britain to Murmansk
1942    Heavy German assault on Malta
1941    Joe Louis KOs Abe Simon in 13 for heavyweight boxing title
1939    Nazi-Germany demands Gdansk (Danzig) from Poland
1937    Ponce massacre, police kill 19 at Puerto Rican Nationalist parade
1935    Jean Anouilh's "Y avait un presonnier," premieres in Paris
1935    Persia officially renamed Iran
1934    Fire destroys Hakodate Japan, killing about 1,500
1934    Babe Didrikson pitches an inning in an A's-Dodgers exhibition game Walks 1, hits the next guy, 3rd guy hits into triple-play
1933    Hitler, Goring, Prince Ruprecht, Bruning and top army meet in Berlin
1931    KRO-broadcast studio initiated in Hilversum Holland
1931    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson
1931    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner
1927    Guomindang Army conquerors Shanghai as British marines flee
1925    Edinburgh's Murreyfield Stadium officially opens
1925    Iran adopts Khorshidi solar Hijrah calendar
1924    1st foreign language course broadcast on U.S. radio (WJZ, New York City)
1924    Mass Investors Trust becomes 1st mutual fund set up in US
1923    U.S. foreign minister Charles Hughes refuses U.S.S.R. recognition
1922    KGW-AM in Portland OR begins radio transmissions
1921    Walter Kerr Theater (Ritz, CBS, NBC, ABC) opens at 223 W 48th St. New York City
1918    During WW I Germany launches Somme offensive
1917    1st female U.S. Navy Petty Officer is Loretta Walsh
1916    JP Van Limburg Stirum succeeds AWF Idenburg as Governor-General of Netherlands Indies
1914    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld
1914    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Norman M Scott
1913    Flood in Ohio, kills 400
1909    Moran and MacFarland (U.S.) wins Europe's 1st 6 day bicycle race (Berlin)
1907    U.S. invades Honduras
1899    British and French accord about West-Africa
1891    A Hatfield marries a McCoy, ends long feud in West Virginia it started with an accusation of pig-stealing and lasted 20 years
1890    Austrian Jewish communities are defined by law
1888    Arthur Pinero's "Sweet Lavender," premieres in London
1885    2nd French government of Ferry resigns
1874    U.S. Grant's daughter Nellie marries in the White House
1871    Journalist Henry M. Stanley begins his famous expedition to Africa
1871    Otto von Bismarck elevated Furst
1868    1st U.S. professional women's club, Sorosis, forms in New York City
1866    Congress authorizes national soldiers' homes
1865    Battle of Bentonville ends, last Confederate effort to stop Sherman
1864    Battle at Henderson's Hill (Bayou Rapids) Louisiana
1863    Naval Engagement at Havana Cuba-USS Henrick Hudson vs BR Wild Pigeon
1860    U.S. extradition treaty with Sweden
1859    1st Zoological Society incorporates in Philadelphia
1859    Scottish National Gallery opens in Edinburgh
1859    Zoological Society of Philadelphia, 1st in U.S., incorporated
1857    Earthquake hits Tokyo; about 107,000 die
1851    Yosemite Valley discovered in California
1844    Origin of Baha'i Era-Baha'i calendar starts here (Baha 1, 1)
1843    Preacher William Miller of Mass predicts the world will end today
1835    Charles Darwin and Mariano Gonzales meet at Portillo Pass
1826    Beethoven's Quartet #13 in B flat major (Op 130) premiered in Vienna
1824    Fire at Cairo ammunitions dump kills 4,000 horses
1804    French civil Code of Napoleon adopted
1791    Captain Hopley Yeaton of New Hampshire becomes 1st commissioned officer in Revenue Cutter Service
1790    Thomas Jefferson reports to President Washington in New York as Secretary of State
1788    Fire destroyed 856 buildings in New Orleans Louisiana
1788    Gustavus Vassa petitions Queen Charlotte, to free enslaved Africans
1702    Queen Anne Stuart addresses English parliament
1697    Czar Peter the Great begins tour through West-Europe
1681    3rd Exclusion Parliament meets in London
1610    King James I addresses English House of Commons