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Important Events Of March 26



1997    "Annie," opens at Martin Beck Theater New York City
1997    NHL announce Might Ducks and Vancouver Canucks to open 1998 in Japan
1996    Last day of 1st-class cricket for Allan Border (Qld vs. Vic)
1995    "Defending the Caveman," opens at Helen Hayes Theater New York City for 671 perf
1995    "Moliere Comedies" closes at Criterion Theater New York City after 56 performances
1995    15th Golden Raspberry Awards: Color of Night wins
1995    24th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Nanci Bowen
1995    Mashonaland beat Mashonaland U-24 by 165 runs to win Logan Cup
1994    Bonnie Blair skates world record 500 m ladies (38.99 sec)
1994    Gunda Niemann skates world record 5 km ladies (7:03.26)
1994    Gunda Niemann skates un-official world record 10 km ladies (14:22.60)
1994    Talk show hostess Ricki Lake weds Rob Sussman
1994    Yuka Sato of Japan wins world figure skating championship in Tokyo
1992    NHL New York Rangers clinch 1st NHL regular season championship in 50 years
1991    Fuel pipe explodes under 58th street and Lexington Ave, New York City
1991    Marc Camoletti's "Don't Dress for Dinner," premieres in London
1991    Orlando Thunder beats San Antonio Riders in their 1st WLAF game 35-34
1991    Victoria beat NSW by 7 wickets to win Sheffield Shield Final
1990    62nd Academy Awards - "Driving Miss Daisy," D Day-Lewis, J Tandy win
1989    1st free elections in U.S.S.R.; 190 M votes cast; Boris Yeltsin wins
1989    Allison Finney wins LPGA Standard Register Turquoise Golf Classic
1988    Janet Evans swims 1500m freestyle female world record (15:52.10)
1987    August Wilson's "Fences," premieres in New York City
1987    Hyderabad beat Delhi on 1st innings to win Ranji Trophy
1987    NASA launches Fltsatcom-6, it failed to reach orbit
1987    National Federation of High School adopts college 3 point shot (21 feet)
1986    Geffen records signs Guns and Roses
1983    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1982    Ground-breaking in Washington, D.C. for Vietnam Veterans Memorial
1982    Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder release "Ebony and Ivory" in the U.K.
1982    Soap opera "Capitol" premieres
1981    Police and Albanian demonstrators battle in Kosovo Yugoslavia
1981    Soyuz T-4 lands
1980    Bombay gets its 1st rock concert in 10 years (The Police)
1979    Menachem Begin and Anwar Sadat sign peace treaty in Washington D.C.
1979    41st NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: Michigan State beats Indiana State. 75-64
1979    Camp David peace treaty between Israel and Egypt
1979    Michigan State Spartans snaps Indiana State's 33-game win streak
1979    Padres and Giants announce plans to play exhibition series in Tokyo but Giant players reject it
1977    Elvis Costello releases his 1st record "Less Than Zero"
1976    AL approves purchase of Toronto franchise by LaBatt Brewing for $7M
1976    Wings release "Wings at the Speed of Sound" album
1975    "Tommy" premieres in London
1975    Washington Capitals play record NHL 37th road game without a win and NHL record of 17 straight loses
1974    George Foreman TKOs Ken Norton in 2 for heavyweight boxing title
1974    Romanian Communist Party names party leader Ceausescu president
1973    35th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Memphis 81-76
1973    Soap "Young and Restless" premieres
1973    Susan Shaw, is 1st woman in 171 years in London's Stock exchange
1973    UCLA wins their 7th straight NCAA basketball title
1972    "Only Fools Are Sad" closes at Edison Theater New York City after 144 performances
1972    Betsy Cullen wins LPGA Sears Women's World Golf Classic
1972    Los Angeles Lakers broke NBA record by winning 69 of 82 games (69-13)
1971    "Benny Hill Show" tops TV ratings
1971    "Cannon" with William Conrad premieres on CBS-TV
1971    Bangladesh (East Pakistan) declares its independence
1970    "Minnie's Boys" opens at Imperial Theater New York City for 80 performances
1970    500th nuclear explosion announced by the U.S. since 1945
1970    Golden Gate Park Conservatory made city landmark
1970    Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul and Mary) plead guilty to "taking immoral liberties" with a 14 year old girl
1969    Marcus Welby MD, a TV movie is shown on ABC-TV
1969    Nuclear reactor Dodewaard Netherlands goes into use
1969    Soviet weather satellite Meteor 1 launched
1967    21st Tony Awards: Homecoming and Cabaret win
1967    Kathy Whitworth wins LPGA Venice Ladies' Golf Open
1967    Pope Paul VI publishes encyclical Populorum progressio
1964    "Funny Girl" opens at Winter Garden Theater New York City for 1,348 performances
1962    Supreme Court backs 1-man-1-vote apportionment of seats in state legislature
1961    Louise Suggs wins LPGA Golden Circle of Golf Festival
1960    Iraq executes 30 after attack on President Kassem
1960    Orioles-Reds series for Havana, is moved to Miami
1960    USC captures NCAA swimming title
1959    Test debut for Mushtaq Mohammad vs. WI age 15 years 124 days
1958    30th Academy Awards-"Bridge over River Kwai," Woodward and Guinness win
1958    U.S. Army launched America's third successful satellite, "Explorer III"
1956    Medic Alert Foundation forms
1956    Red Buttons debuts on TV in Studio One
1955    "Ballad of Davy Crockett," becomes the #1 record in US
1954    U.S. performs atmospheric nuclear test at Bikini Island
1953    Dr. Jonas Salk announces vaccine to prevent polio
1952    14th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Kansas beats St. Johns 80-63
1952    F Durrenmatt's "Die Ehe des Herrn Mississippi," premieres in Munich
1951    Patty Berg wins LPGA Sandhills Women's Golf Open
1951    USAF flag approved
1949    11th NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: Kentucky beats Oklahoma State 46-36
1945    Kamikazes attack U.S. battle fleet near Kerama Retto
1945    British premier Churchill looks over at the Rhine (near Ginsberg)
1945    De Paul wins NIT basketball championship, George Mikan scores 34
1945    Generals Eisenhower/Bradley/Patton attack at Remagen the Rhine
1945    Japanese resistance ends on Iwo Jima
1945    U.S. 7th Army crosses Rhine at Worms
1945    Venray soccer team forms
1944    705 British bombers attack Essen
1943    Battle of Komandorski Islands, Pacific Ocean
1943    Elsie S. Ott becomes 1st woman awarded U.S. Air Force Medal
1942    1st "Eichmann transport" to Auschwitz and Birkenau Camps
1942    1st 700 Jews from Polish Lvov-district reach concentration camp Belzec
1942    20 tons of gelignite in a stone quarry at Easton Pennsylvania, kills 21
1942    German offensive in North-Africa under Colonel General Rommel
1940    Ernest Hemingway and Benjamin Glazer premiere in New York City
1938    NBC radio performance of Howard Hanson's 3rd Symphony
1937    Joe DiMaggio takes Ty Cobb's advice and replace his 40 with 36 oz bat
1937    Spinach growers of Crystal City, Texas, erect statue of Popeye
1937    William H. Hastie becomes 1st black federal judge (Virgin Islands)
1936    1st parliamentary debate on New Zealand radio
1936    200" telescope lens shipped, Corning Glass Works, New York-Cal Tech
1936    Mary Joyce ends a 1,000 mile trip by dog in Alaska
1935    "RvJ" Mitchell and Major Sorley discuss armament of Spitfire
1934    Driving tests introduced in Britain
1931    Iraq and Trans-Jordan sign peace treaty
1931    Leo Bentley bowls 3 consecutive perfect games in Lorain, Ohio
1931    New Delhi replaces Calcutta as capital of British-Indies
1930    Congress appropriates $50,000 for Inter-American highway
1927    Alfred Hugenberg purchases German film company UFA
1927    Gaumont-British Film Corporation forms
1926    ACD de Graeff appointed Governor-General of Dutch East-Indies
1926    The 1st lip-reading tournament held in America
1924    Premiere of Bernard Shaw's "Saint Joan," in London
1923    Stanley Cup: Ott Senators beat Vanc Millionaires (PCHA), 3 games to 1
1917    Stanley Cup: Seattle Metropolitans (PCHA) beat Montreal Canadiens (NHL), 3 games to 1 - Seattle is 1st U.S. team to win Stanley Cup
1916    Birdman of Alcatraz receives solitary
1915    Stanley Cup: Vancouver Millionaires (PCHA) sweep Ottawa Senators
1913    Bulgaria captures Adrianople, ending the 1st Balkan War
1913    Dayton, Ohio almost destroyed when Scioto, Miami, and Muskingum River reach flood stage simultaneously
1910    U.S. forbid immigration to criminals, anarchists, paupers and the sick
1910    William H. Lewis appointed asst attorney general of U.S.
1909    August Strindberg's "Bjalb-jarle-ti," premieres in Stockholm
1903    American Hotel opens in Amsterdam
1895    King Alfonso plants pine sapling in Madrid, starts Spain's Arbor Day
1889    Bernard Tancred carries bat for 26* out of 47! South Africa vs. England
1889    Johnny Briggs took 15-26 (7-17 and 8-11) vs. South Africa at Newlands
1889    South Africa all out 47, then follow-on all out 43 vs. England
1886    1st cremation in England
1885    Eastman Film Co. manufactures 1st commercial motion picture film
1885    Louis Riel's forces defeat Canadian forces at Duck Lake, Sask
1878    Hastings College of Law founded
1878    Sabi Game Reserve, world's 1st official designated game reserve, opens
1872    7.8 earthquake shakes Owens Valley, California
1872    Thomas J. Martin patents fire extinguisher
1871    Paris Commune founded
1863    Voters in West Virginia approve gradual emancipation of slaves
1862    Battle of La Glorieta Pass, New Mexico Territory (Apache Canyon, Pigeon's Ranch)
1859    1st sighting of Vulcan, a planet thought to orbit inside Mercury
1856    NSW's 1st 1st-class game, vs. Victoria at Melbourne NSW won
1845    Joseph Francis, New York City, patents a corrugated sheet-iron lifeboat
1845    Patent awarded for adhesive medicated plaster, precusor of bandaid
1839    1st Henley Royal Regatta
1824    1st performance of Beethoven's "Missa Solemnis"
1821    Franz Grillparzer's "Das Goldene Vliess," premieres in Vienna
1812    Earthquake destroys 90% of Caracas; about 20,000 die
1804    Congress orders removal of Indians east of Mississippi to Louisiana
1804    Territory of Orleans organizes in Louisiana Purchase
1799    Napolean captures Jaffa Palestine
1793    Pro-royalist uprising in Vendee region of France
1790    Congress passes Naturalization Act, requires 2-year residency
1780    1st British Sunday newspaper appears (British Gazette and Sunday Monitor)
1692    King Maximilian installed as land guardian of South Netherlands
1668    England takes control of Bombay India
1636    University of Utrecht opening ceremony