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Important Events Of March 5



1997    Tommy Lasorda, Nellie Fox and Willie Wells for Hall of Fame
1996    Earl Weaver and Jim Bunning, elected to Hall of Fame
1995    21st People's Choice Awards: Tim Allen wins
1995    Estonia Centrumlinkse Coalition party wins parliamentary election
1995    Graves of czar Nicholas and family found in St. Petersburg
1995    Marc Velzeboer skates world record 3 km short track (5:00.26)
1994    Dottie Mochrie wins Chrysler-Plymouth Tournament of Golf Championship
1994    Largest milkshake (1,955 gallons of chocolate-Nelspruit South Africa)
1994    PBA National Championship won by David Traber
1994    Singer Grace Slick arrested for pointing a gun at a cop
1993    Boston Celtic Larry Bird undergoes backfusion surgery
1993    Fokker 100 crashes at Skopje Macedonia, 81 die
1993    Former Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry divorces his wife Effi
1993    Marlins beat Astros 12-8 in their 1st spring training game
1992    Ethic committee votes to reveal congressmen who bounced checks
1991    Iraq repealed its annexation of Kuwait
1991    Reggie Miller (Indiana) begins NBA free throw streak of 52 games
1989    19th Easter Seal Telethon raises $37,002,000
1989    Blains McCallister wins Honda Golf Classic shooting 266
1989    Elly Verhulst runs world record 3000 m indoor (8:33.82)
1986    "Today" tabloid launched (Britain's 1st national color newspaper)
1985    New York Islander Mike Bossy is 1st to score 50 goals in 8 straight seasons
1984    Supreme Court (5-4): city may use public money for Nativity scene
1984    U.S. accuse Iraq of using poison gas
1983    Bob Hawke (Labour) defeats Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser (Cons)
1983    NSW beat Western Australia by 54 runs to win Sheffield Shield
1982    Gaylord Perry (with 297 wins) signs with Seattle Mariners
1982    Russian spacecraft Venera 14 lands and sends back data from Venus
1981    "Bring Back Birdie" opens at Martin Beck Theater New York City for 4 performances
1981    Ice Dance Championship at Hartford won by Jayne Torvill and C Dean (GRB)
1981    Ice Pairs Champ at Hartford won by Irina Vorobieva and I Lisovski (URS)
1981    Men's Figure Skating Champions in Hartford won by Scott Hamilton (USA)
1981    U.S. government grants Atlanta $1 million to search for black boy murderer
1980    Earth satellites record gamma rays from remnants of supernova N-49
1979    Voyager I's closest approach to Jupiter (172,000 miles)
1978    "Hello, Dolly!" opens at Lunt-Fontanne Theater New York City for 152 performances
1978    Landsat 3 launched from Vandenberg AFB, California
1976    British pounds falls below $2 for 1st time
1974    "Candide" opens at Broadway Theater New York City for 740 performances
1974    Ralph Stewart failed in 2nd Islander penalty shot
1973    Yankee pitchers Peterson and Kekich announce they swapped wives
1972    Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis leaves Communist Party
1970    Edison Theater opens at 240 W 47th St. New York City
1970    Nuclear non-proliferation treaty goes into effect
1970    SDS Weathermen terrorist group bomb 18 West 11th St. in New York City
1969    Gold reaches then record high ($47 per ounce) in Paris
1969    Gustav Heinemann elected president of West-Germany
1969    Joe Orton's "What the Butler Saw," premieres in London
1968    U.S. launches Solar Explorer 2 to study the Sun
1967    WEDN TV channel 53 in Norwich, CT (PBS) begins broadcasting
1966    75 MPH air currents causes BOAC 707 crash into Mount Fuji, 124 die
1966    Bob Seagren pole vaults 5.19m indoor world record
1966    Player reps elect Marvin Miller, as executive director of Players' Association
1966    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1965    1st performance of Walter Piston's 8th Symphony
1965    Ernie Terrel beats Eddie Machen in 15 for heavyweight boxing title
1964    Atlanta Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr., announces a baseball team is moving there
1964    Emergency crisis proclaimed in Ceylon due to social unrest
1963    Beatles record "From Me to You" and "Thank You Girl"
1962    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1960    Elvis Presley ends 2-year hitch in U.S. Army
1960    Ice Dance Championship at Vancouver won by Denny and Jones (GRB)
1960    Ice Pairs Championship at Vancouver won by Wagner and Paul (CAN)
1960    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Vancouver won by Alain Giletti (FRA)
1960    Worlds Ladies Figure Skating Champions in Vanc won by Carol E Heiss (USA)
1959    Iran and U.S. sign economic / military treaty
1958    Explorer 2 fails to reach Earth orbit
1958    KDUH TV channel 4 in Scottsbluff-Hay Spring, NB (ABC) 1st broadcast
1957    Eamon de Valera's Fianna Fail-party wins election in Ireland
1957    Sergeant Bilko satirizes Elvis Presley (Elvis Pelvin)
1956    "King Kong," 1st televised
1956    Mickey Wright wins LPGA Jacksonville Golf Open
1955    WBBJ TV channel 7 in Jackson, Tennessee (ABC) begins broadcasting
1954    "Girl in Pink Tights" opens at Mark Hellinger New York City for 115 performances
1952    Terence Rattigan's "Deep Blue Sea," premieres in London
1949    Bradman plays his last innings in 1st-class cricket, gets 30
1948    Actor Eli Wallach marries actress Anne Jackson
1948    U.S. rocket flies record 4800 KPH to 126k height
1946    Winston Churchill's "Iron Curtain" speech in Fulton, Missouri
1945    Allies bombs The Hague, Netherlands
1945    Generals Eisenhower, Patton and Patch meet in Luneville
1945    U.S. 7th Army Corps captures Cologne
1945    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Gretchen Merrill
1944    1st performance of Walter Piston's 2nd Symphony
1943    Anti fascist strikes in Italy
1943    RAF bombs Essen Germany
1942    Bosnia Tito establishes 3rd Proletarit Brigade in Bosnia
1942    Dmitri Shostakovich' 7th Symphony, premieres in Siberia
1942    Japanese troop march into Batavia
1936    Spitfire makes it's 1st flight (Eastleigh Aerodrome in Southampton)
1935    1st premature baby health law in U.S. (Chicago)
1934    Mother-in-law's day 1st celebrated (Amarillo, Texas)
1933    Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaims 10-day bank holiday
1933    Germany's Nazi Party wins majority in parliament (43.9%-17.2M votes)
1931    Gandhi and British viceroy Lord Irwin sign pact
1928    Karl Zuckmayer's "Der Hauptmann von Kopenick," premieres in Berlin
1927    1,000 U.S. Marines land in China to protect American property
1924    Computing-Tabulating-Recording Corp becomes IBM
1924    Frank Carauna, becomes 1st to bowl 2 successive perfect 300 games
1924    King Hussein of Hedzjaz appoints himself kalief
1923    1st old age pension plans in U.S. established by Montana and Nevada
1922    "Nosferatu" premieres in Berlin
1919    Louis Hirsch and Harold Atteridge's musical premieres in New York City
1917    1st jazz recording for Victor Records released
1912    Spanish steamer "Principe de Asturias" sinks NE of Spain, 500 die
1910    Ramon Inclan's "La Farsa Infantil de la Cabeza del Dragon," premieres
1910    Stanley Cup: Montreal Wanderers beat Ottawa Senators, 3-1
1908    1st ascent of Mount Erebus, Antarctica
1907    1st radio broadcast of a musical composition aired
1903    Definitive treaty for construction of Baghdad railway drawn
1900    American Hall of Fame found
1899    1st performance of Edward MacDowell's 2nd Concerto in D
1896    Italian premier Crispi resigns
1896    Italians governor of Eritrea, General Baldissera, reaches Massawa
1894    Seattle authorizes 1st municipal employment office in U.S.
1877    Rutherford B. Hayes inaugurated as 19th U.S. president
1872    George Westinghouse, Jr. patents triple air brake for trains
1868    Arrigo Boito's opera "Mefistofele," premieres in Milan
1868    Stapler patented in England by C. H. Gould
1868    U.S. Senate organizes to decide charges against President Andrew Johnson
1864    1st track meet between Oxford and Cambridge
1862    Union troops under Brigadier-General Wright occupy Fernandina Florida
1856    Covent Garden Opera House destroyed in a fire
1856    Georgia becomes 1st state to regulate railroads
1849    Zachary Taylor sworn in as 12th president
1845    Congress appropriates $30,000 to ship camels to western U.S.
1836    Samuel Colt manufactures 1st pistol, 34-caliber "Texas" model
1821    Monroe is 1st President inaugurated on March 5th, because 4th was Sun
1820    Dutch city of Leeuwarden forbids Jews to go to synagogues on Sundays
1807    1st performance of Ludwig von Beethoven's 4th Symphony in B
1795    Amsterdam celebrates Revolution on the Dam; Square of Revolution
1795    Treaty of Basel-Prussia ends war with France
1783    King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski grants rights to Jews of Kovno
1770    Blanche Kelso Bruce sworn in as a U.S. Senator (Mississippi)
1770    Boston Massacre, British troops kill 5 in crowd. Crispus Attackus becomes 1st black to die for American freedom
1766    Don Antonio de Ulloa takes possession of Louisiana Terr from French
1760    Princess Carolina marries General Charles Christian van Nassau-Weilburg
1750    1st American Shakespearean production-"altered" Richard III, New York City
1746    Jakobijnse troops leave Aberdeen
1743    1st U.S. religious journal, The Christian History, published, Boston
1684    Emperor Leopold I, Poland and Venice sign Heilig Covenant of Linz
1651    South Sea dike in Amsterdam breaks after storm
1623    1st American temperance law enacted, Virginia
1616    Copernicus' "de Revolutionibus" placed on Catholic Forbidden index