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Important Events Of March 27



1997    "Young Man From Atlanta," opens at Longacre New York City for 85 performances
1997    39 cult memebers in California commit mass suicide (Hale-Bopp)
1997    Martin Luther King's son meets with James Earl Ray
1996    "State Fair," opens at Music Box Theater New York City for 118 performances
1995    67th Academy Awards - "Forest Gump," Jessica Lange and Tom Hanks win
1994    23rd Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Donna Andrews
1994    Church in Piedmont Alabama collapses in tornado, 19 killed
1994    Ice Dance Championship at Chiba Japan won by Gritschuk and Platov (RUS)
1994    Ice Pairs Championship at Chiba won by Shishkova/Vadim Naumov (RUS)
1994    Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Chiba won by Yuka Sato (JPN)
1994    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Chiba won by Elvis Stojko (CAN)
1994    Radio personality Rush Limbaugh weds wife #3, Marta Fitzgerald
1992    Bruce Springsteen releases "Human Touch" and "Lucky Town"
1991    NCAA bans University of Minnesota football team from postseason play in 1992
1991    New Kid Donnie Wahlberg, arrested on arson charges in Kentucky
1991    Scotty Bowman and Neil Armstrong elected to NHL Hall of Fame
1990    Bus accidentally touches high voltage wire in Karagpur India; 21 die
1990    NSW beat Queensland by 345 runs to win Sheffield Shield Final
1989    1st half-black soap opera, "Generations," premieres on NBC-TV
1989    Delhi beat Bengal by innings and 210 to win Cricket's Ranji Trophy
1988    Ice Dance Championship at Budapest won by Bestemianova and Bukin (URS)
1988    Ice Pairs Championship at Budapest won by E Valova and O Vasiliev (URS)
1988    Ladies Figure Skating Championship in Budapest won by Katarina Witt (GDR)
1988    Men's Figure Skating Champions in Budapest won by Brian Boitano (USA)
1988    Ok-Hee Ku wins Standard Register Turquoise Classic Golf Tournament
1988    Wrestlemania IV at Trump Plaza, "Macho Man" Savage pins Ted Dibiase
1987    President Habre's troops reconquer Faya Largeau Chad
1986    Disney-MGM Studio Tour ground breaking
1985    Billy Dee Williams receives a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
1984    Andrew Lloyd Webber/Richard Stilgoe's "Starlight Express," premieres
1983    13th Easter Seal Telethon
1983    Larry Holmes beats Lucien Rodriguez in 12 for heavyweight boxing title
1983    Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs," premieres in New York City
1982    "Best Little Whorehouse..." closes at 46th St. New York City after 1577 performances
1982    Imran takes 14-116 for cricket match vs. Sri Lanka at Lahore
1982    Randy Holt sets Washington Capitals record of 34 penalty minutes
1981    John Lennon releases "Watching the Wheels" in the United Kingdom
1980    "Happy New Year" opens at Morosco Theater New York City for 17 performances
1980    "Reggae" opens at Biltmore Theater New York City for 21 performances
1980    Elevator in Vaal Reef South Africa gold mine crash 1900m down (23 die)
1980    Mount St. Helens becomes active after 123 years
1979    Supreme Court rules, 8-1, police can't randomly stop cars
1978    40th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Duke 94-88
1978    Bob Fosse's "Dancin'" opens at Broadhurst Theater New York City for 1,774 performances
1978    Rutles "All You Need is Cash" is shown on British TV
1977    583 die in aviation's worst disaster KLM-Pan Am 747 crash on Tenerife
1977    Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Kathryn Crosby/Honda Civic Golf Classic
1976    Delta States beat Immaculata, 69-64, for AIWA basketball title
1976    Washington D.C. underground Metro opens
1973    Dennis Amiss out for 99 vs. Pakistan, 3rd 99 in Test Cricket
1973    Jerry Garcia (Grateful Dead) stopped for speeding and LSD possession
1973    45th Academy Awards - "Godfather," Marlon Brando and Liza Minnelli win Marlon Brando turns down Oscar for best actor in support of Indians
1972    Adolph Rupp retires after 42 years of coaching University of Kentucky
1972    Venera 8 launched to Venus
1971    33rd NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Villanova 68-62 UCLA wins their 5th consecutive NCAA basketball title
1970    Ringo releases his 1st solo album "Sentimental Journey"
1970    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1969    Black Academy of Arts and Letters forms in Boston
1969    Launch of Mariner 7, flies 2,190-mi above southern Mars
1968    Japanese Trade and Cultural Center (Japan Center) dedicated in San Francisco
1968    Suharto succeeds Sukarno as president of Indonesia
1966    Anit Vietnam war demonstrations in U.S., Europe and Australia
1966    Marilynn Smith wins LPGA Louise Suggs Delray Beach Golf Invitational
1964    Earthquake strikes Alaska, 8.4 on Richter scale, 118 die
1964    Great Train Robbers sentenced to a total of 307 years behind bars
1964    U.N. troops arrive on Cyprus
1962    Ann Jellicoe's "Knack," premieres in London
1962    Archbishop Rummel ends race segregation in New Orlean Catholic school
1962    Jacques Plante ties record winning 6th NHL Vezina trophy
1961    Belgium government of Eyskens resigns
1961    Failed assassination attempt on King Saif al-Islam Achmad of Yemen
1960    Wiffi Smith wins LPGA Royal Crown Golf Open
1958    CBS Labs announce new stereophonic records
1958    Nikita Khrushchev becomes Soviet premier and 1st Secretary of Communist Party
1957    29th Academy Awards - "Around World in 80 Days," Bergman, Brynner win
1956    French commandos land in Algeria
1956    U.S. seizes U.S. communist newspaper "Daily Worker"
1955    9th Tony Awards: Desperate Hours and Pajama Game win
1955    Steve McQueen makes his network TV debut (Goodyear Playhouse)
1955    WPRI TV channel 12 in Providence, RI (ABC) begins broadcasting
1953    21 die in a train crash in Conneaut Ohio
1952    Failed assassination attempt of German Chancellor Adenauer
1952    Sun Records of Memphis begins releasing records
1951    13th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Kentucky beats Kansas 68-58
1951    Frank Sinatra recorded "I'm a Fool to Want You"
1950    Jazz pianist, Erroll Garner's solo concert (Cleveland, Ohio)
1950    Netherlands recognizes People's Republic of China
1950    WHAS TV channel 11 in Louisville, Kentucky (CBS) begins broadcasting
1945    7th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Oklahoma State beats NYU 49-44
1945    British premier Churchill sails to eastern banks of Rhine
1945    DePaul beats Bowling Green for NIT title
1945    Ella Fitzgerald and Delta Rhythm Boys record "It's Only a Paper Moon"
1945    General Eisenhower declares German defenses on Western Front broken
1945    Iwo Jima occupied, after 22,000 Japanese and 6,000 U.S. killed
1945    U.S. 20th Army corps captures Wiesbaden
1944    1,000 Jews leave Drancy France for Auschwitz Concentration Camp
1944    2,000 Jews are murdered in Kaunas Lithuania
1944    40 Jewish policemen in Riga Latvia ghetto are shot by the gestapo
1944    Children's Aktion-Nazis collect all the Jewish children of Lovno
1943    Assassination attempt on Van de Peat at Amsterdams census bureau
1943    Blue Ribbon Town (with Groucho Marx) 1st heard on CBS Radio
1943    U.S. begins assault on Fondouk-pass, Tunisia
1942    Allies raid German submarine base in St. Nazaire
1942    Japan forces Java to use "Tokyo time" 1 hour forward
1942    Joe Louis KOs Abe Simon in 6 to retain heavyweight boxing title (New York City)
1941    Britain leases defense bases in Trinidad to U.S. for 99 years
1941    Hitler signs Directive 27 (assault on Yugoslavia)
1941    Yugoslavian coup gets rid of pro-German Prince Paul
1940    Himmler orders building of Auschwitz concentration camp, at Katowice
1939    1st NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: University of Oregon beats OH State 46-33
1937    Feyenoord-stadium official opens in Rotterdam
1936    WOS-AM in Jefferson City Missouri goes off the air
1933    U.S. Farm Credit Administration authorized
1933    Japan leaves League of Nations
1933    Polythene discovered by Reginald Gibson and Eric William Fawcett
1932    De Bataven soccer team forms in Gendt
1931    Charlie Chaplin receives France's distinguished Legion of Honor
1931    John McGraw says night baseball will not catch on
1930    1st U.S. radio broadcast from a ship at sea
1929    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson
1929    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner
1928    KGB-AM in San Diego, California begins radio transmissions
1928    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson
1928    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Roger Turner
1924    Canada recognizes U.S.S.R.
1924    New French government of Poincare begins
1920    Film stars Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks wed
1920    Hermann Muller becomes German chancellor (SPD)
1914    1st successful blood transfusion (in Brussels)
1912    1st Japanese cherry blossom trees planted in Washington D.C.
1884    1st long-distance telephone call, Boston - New York
1879    Longest championship fight (136 rounds)
1871    1st international rugby game-Scotland 1, England 0
1866    Andrew Rankin patents the urinal
1866    President Johnson vetoes civil rights bill; it later becomes 14th amendment
1865    Siege of Spanish Fort, AL-captured by Federals
1863    President Davis calls for this to be a day of fasting and prayer
1861    Black demonstrators in Charleston staged ride-ins on street cars
1860    M L Byrn patents "covered gimlet screw with a 'T' handle" (corkscrew)
1855    Abraham Gesner patents kerosene
1849    Joseph Couch patents steam-powered percussion rock drill
1848    John Parker Paynard originates medicated adhesive plaster
1841    1st U.S. steam fire engine tested, New York City
1836    1st Mormon temple dedicated in Kirtland, Ohio
1814    Battle at Horseshoe Bend: General Andrew Jackson beats Creek-indians
1808    Joseph Haydns oratorio "Die Schopfung" premieres in Vienna
1802    Treaty of Amiens-French Revolutionary War ends
1794    U.S. Navy forms
1790    The shoelace invented
1758    Battle at Emmerich: British army floats around France the Rhine
1721    France and Spain sign Treaty of Madrid
1713    Spain losses Menorca and Gibraltar
1709    Dike at Hardinxveld breaks (Alblasserwaard flooded)
1708    English pretender to the throne James III flees to Dunkerk
1668    English king Charles II gives Bombay to East India Company
1625    Charles I, King Of England, Scotland and Ireland, ascends English throne