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Important Events Of March 31

1998    Tampa Bay Devil Rays 1st game they host Detroit Tigers
1997    "Daytime to Remember" a series showing old soaps premieres on ABC-TV
1997    59th NCAA Mens Basketball Championship: Ariz beats Kentucky 84-79 (OT)
1997    Pioneer 10, ends its mission
1996    "Getting Away With Murder" closes at Broadhurst New York City after 17 performances
1996    "Midsummer Night's Dream" opens at Lunt-Fontanne New York City for 66 performances
1996    15th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Tennessee beats Georgia 83-65
1996    1st Opening Day in history in March takes place in Seattle
1996    25th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Patty Sheehan
1996    Karnataka defeat Tamil Nadu on 1st innings to win Ranji Trophy
1996    Radio Canada International's final shortwave broadcast
1996    Space Shuttle STS-76 (Atlantis 16), lands
1996    Wrestlemania XII - Shawn Michaels beats Brett Hart for WWF title
1995    1st game at Coors Stadium Colorado (replacement Rockies beat Yankees 4-1)
1995    Bombay beat Punjab on 1st innings to win cricket Ranji Trophy
1995    Federal judge orders injunction to end baseball strike
1994    James Farentino pleads no contest to stalking ex-girl Tina Sinatra
1994    Walkway from Cleveland's Tower City to Jacobs Field officially opens
1992    Delhi beat Tamil Nadu on 1st innings to win cricket Ranji Trophy
1992    U.N. Security Council voted to ban flights and arms sales to Libya
1991    10th NCAA Women's Basketball Champion: Tennessee beats Virginia 70-67
1991    20th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Amy Alcott
1991    Albania offers 1st multi-party election in 50 years
1991    Danny Bonaduce attacks a transvestite prostitute in Phoenix Az
1991    Georgian SSR votes on whether to remain in the Soviet Union
1991    Musical "Will Rogers Follies," premieres in New York City
1991    Soviet Republic of Georgia endorsed independence, Warsaw Pact dissolves
1991    St. Louis Blues Brett Hull scores his 86th goal
1990    "Carol and Company" starring Carol Burnette premieres on NBC-TV
1990    Dionisio Castro cycles world record 20km (57:18.4)
1990    Riots began in London over the new poll tax laws
1989    Donald Trump purchases Eastern's Northeast Shuttle
1988    Last East Limburg coal mine closes in Gent Belgium
1988    New York Islanders celebrate Denis Potvin night
1988    Pulitzer prize awarded to Toni Morrison for "Beloved"
1987    49th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Indiana beats Syracuse 74-73
1986    167 die when Mexicana Airlines Boeing 727 crashes
1986    48th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: Louisville beats Duke 72-69
1986    English Hampton Court palace destroyed by fire, 1 dead
1985    15th Easter Seal Telethon raises $27,400,000
1985    4th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: Old Dominion beats Georgia 70-65
1985    El Salvador's President Duartes Christian-Democrats win election
1985    Wrestlemania I at MSG NY, Hogan and Mr. T beat Piper and Orndorf
1984    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1983    Earthquake in Colombia kills some 5,000 people
1983    Marsha Norman's "'night, Mother," premieres in New York City
1982    Arkas tanker at Montz La, spills 1.47 million gallons of oil
1982    Rock group Doobie Brothers split up
1981    1st Golden Raspberry Awards: Can't Stop the Music wins
1981    53rd Academy Awards - "Ordinary People," R De Niro and Sissy Spacek win
1980    Larry Holmes TKOs Leroy Jones in 8 for heavyweight boxing title
1980    Mike Weaver KOs John Tate in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1980    President Jimmy Carter deregulates banking industry
1978    Red Rum wins 3rd consecutive Grand National and retires
1978    U.S.S.R. launches Kosmos 1000 navigational satellite
1978    Wings release "London Town" album
1977    Michael Cristofer's "Shadow Box," premieres in New York City
1976    Cleveland Cavaliers clinch their 1st ever NBA playoff bearth
1976    New Jersey Court rules Karen Anne Quinlan may be disconnected from respirator
1975    37th NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: UCLA beats Kentucky 92-55
1975    John Wooden's final game, UCLA, wins 10th NCAA championship in 12 yrs
1973    Flyers score 8 goals in 1 period vs. Islanders, on 60 shots
1973    Ken Norton defeats Muhammad Ali in a 12 round split decision
1972    Official Beatles Fan Club, closes down
1971    South Africa national debt hits 5.45 billion
1971    William Calley sentenced to life for Mi Lai Massacre
1970    Federal bankruptcy court allows Seattle Pilots to be sold to Milwaukee
1969    George Harrison and Patti Boyd are fined 250 pounds each for illegal drugs
1968    Lyndon Baines Johnson announces he will not seek re-election
1968    Mickey Wright wins LPGA Palm Beach County Golf Open
1968    Seattle's AL club is named Pilots
1967    1st time Jimi Hendrix burns his guitar (London)
1966    25,000 anti war demonstrators march in New York City
1966    Labour Party wins British parliamentary election
1966    U.S.S.R. launches Luna 10, 1st lunar orbiter
1965    U.S. ordered the 1st combat troops to Vietnam
1964    President Jango Goulart of Brazil chased out of office by military
1963    Los Angeles ends streetcar service after 90 years
1961    Aklilou Habtewold becomes 1st premier of Ethiopia
1960    Gore Vidal's "Best Man," premieres in New York City
1959    Dalai Lama fled China and was granted political asylum in India
1958    U.S. Navy forms atomic sub division
1958    U.S.S.R. suspends nuclear weapons tests, and urges U.S. and Britain to do same
1955    Collie Smith scores 104 on cricket debut WI vs. Australia, Kingston
1955    U.S. Assay Office in Seattle, Washington closes Chase National (3rd largest bank) and Bank of the Manhattan Company (15th largest bank) merge to form Chase Manhattan
1954    U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, established
1954    U.S.S.R. offers to join NATO
1953    Department of Health, Education and Welfare established
1953    U.N. Security Council nominates Dag Hammarskjold secretary-general
1951    U.S. tanks exceed 38 degrees of latitude in Korea
1949    Newfoundland becomes Canada's 10th province
1948    Congress passes Marshall Aid Act to rehabilitate war-torn Europe
1946    Belgian government of Acker, forms
1945    3rd Algerian division crosses the Rhine
1945    Sicherheitsdienst murders 10 political prisoners in Zutphen
1945    Tennessee Williams' "Glass Menagerie," premieres in New York City
1945    U.S. artillery lands on Keise Shima/begins firing on Okinawa
1944    Hungary orders all Jews to wear yellow stars
1943    U.S. errantly bombs Rotterdam, kills 326
1941    Germany begins a counter offensive in Africa
1941    Ground broken for Union Square Garage, San Francisco
1940    Karelo-Finnish SSR becomes 12th Soviet republic (until 1956)
1939    Britain and France agree to support Poland if invaded by Germany
1935    Fusahige Suzuki runs world record marathon (2:27:49)
1934    Netherlands Indies BC Ltd begins radio transmission (Indonesia)
1933    1st newspaper published on pine pulp paper, "Soperton News" (Georgia)
1933    Congress authorizes Civilian Conservation Corps
1933    German Republic gives power to Hitler
1932    150 wild swans die in Niagara waterfall
1932    Ford publicly unveils its V-8 engine
1926    German Special Court of Justice for state security disbands
1925    WOWO-AM, Ft. Wayne Indiana begins radio transmission (500 watts)
1924    Croydon Airport: 1st British mig aircraft Imperial established
1924    London public transport strike ends
1923    1st dance marathon-NYC-Alma Cummings sets record of 27 hours
1923    French soldiers fire on workers at Krupp factory in Essen; 13 die
1923    Stanley Cup: Ottawa Senators (NHL) sweep Edm Eskimos (WCHL) in 2 games
1922    KFI-AM in Los Angeles California begins radio transmissions
1922    Prince Hendrik opens trade fair building in Amsterdam
1921    Albert Einstein lectures in New York on his new theory of relativity
1921    British coal miners goes on strike
1920    British parliament accept Irish "Home Rule"-law
1919    Strike against Ruhrgebied government of Scheidemann
1918    1st daylight savings time in U.S. goes into effect
1917    U.S. purchases Danish West Indies for $25M and renames them Virgin Islands
1916    Dutch government ends all miltary engagements
1909    Baseball rules players who jump contracts are suspended for 5 years
1909    Gustav Mahler conducts New York Philharmonic for his 1st time
1907    Romanian Army puts down Moldavian farmers' revolt
1906    GB Shaws German version of "Caesar and Cleopatra," premieres in Berlin"
1905    German emperor Wilhelm II visits Tanger
1903    Richard Pearse flies monoplane several hundred yards (New Zealand)
1900    Brigadier General Broadwoods troops fall into guerrilla hands
1896    Whitcomb Judson, Chicago, patents a hookless fastening, also known as the zipper
1889    300m Eiffel Tower officially opens, commemorates French Revolution
1885    Great Britain declares Bechuanaland a protectorate
1883    1st performance of Cesar Franck's "Le Chasseur Maudit"
1883    Utrecht begins water pipe system
1880    1st town completely illuminated by electric lighting (Wabash, Indiana)
1878    Jack Johnson is 1st black to hold a heavyweight boxing title
1877    British high director/governor sir Bartle Frere arrives in Capetown
1877    Test Cricket debut of Fred "Demon" Spofforth, Australia vs. England MCG
1870    1st black to vote in U.S. (Thomas P Mundy of Perth Amboy New Jersey)
1868    Chinese Embassy arrives aboard steamship China
1865    Battle of Boydton, Virginia (White Oaks Roads, Dinwiddie C H)
1865    General Pickette moves to 5 Forks, abandoning the defense of Peterburg
1863    Battle of Grand Gulf MS and Dinwiddie Court House VA
1862    Civil War action at Island #10 on Mississippi River
1861    Confederacy takes over mint at New Orleans
1854    Treaty of Kanagawa: Commodore Perry forces Japan to opens ports to U.S.
1850    U.S. population hits 23,191,876 (Black population: 3,638,808 (15.7%))
1849    Col John W Geary arrives as 1st postmaster of SF
1841    1st performance of Robert Schumann's 1st Symphony in B
1831    Mainzer Rijnvaart Convention ends
1831    Quebec and Montreal incorporated
1814    Forces allied against Napoleon capture Paris
1808    French created Kingdom of Westphalia orders Jews to adopt family names
1796    Johann Wolfgang von Goethes "Egmont," premieres in Weimar
1745    Jews are expelled from Prague
1683    Emperor Leopold I/Poland signs covenant against Turkey
1667    France/England signs anti-Dutch military accord
1657    English Humble Petition offers Lord Protector Cromwell the crown
1651    Great earthquake at Cuzco Peru
1644    Pope Urbanus VIII and duke of Parma signs Peace of Ferrara