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Important Events Of March 7

1997    11th Soul Train Music Awards
1997    Athens, Buenos Aires, Cape Town, Rome and Stockholm are finalists for 2004 Olympics site
1997    5 sue Japanese Prime Minister Ryutaro Hashimoto, because his smoking has violated the country's constitution guaranteeing a wholesome life
1996    1st surface photos of Pluto by Hubble Space Telescope
1996    British Steel in Workington wins Lithuanian multi-million pound order
1996    Magic Johnson is 2nd NBA player to reach 10,000 career assists
1995    Dollar worth 1.5330 Dutch guilder (record)
1995    New York becomes 38th state to have the death penalty
1994    8th American Comedy Award: Carrot Top wins
1994    Charles Taylor resigns as President of Liberia
1994    David Platt appointed captain of English football team
1994    U.S. Navy issues 1st permanent order assigning women on combat ship
1994    ANC chief Nelson Mandela rejects demand by white right-wingers for separate homeland in South Africa
1993    23rd Easter Seal Telethon raises
1993    Different Strokes actor Todd Bridges arrested for stabbing a tenant
1992    Nicole Stevenson swims world record 200m backstroke (2:06.78)
1991    Iraq continues to explode oil fields in Kuwait
1990    3 passengers killed and 162 injured as subway train derails in Philadelphia
1990    H. Wayne Huizenga buys Joe Robbie Stadium and 15% of Dolphins for $30M
1989    Iran drops diplomatic relations with Britain over Rushdie's book
1989    Partial eclipse of the Sun in Hawaii, North West North America, Greenland
1988    Howard Stern's 1st pay-per-view "Underpants and Negligee Party"
1988    Jim Abbott, 1-handed pitcher, wins 58th James E. Sullivan Award
1987    Gavaskar becomes 1st cricket batsman to score 10,000 Test runs
1987    Mike Tyson beats Bonecrusher Smith in 12 for heavyweight boxing title
1986    South Africa emergency crisis in Brabant and Limburg ends
1986    Wayne Gretzky breaks own NHL season record with 136th assist
1985    IBM-PC DOS Version 3.1 update released
1983    TNN, The Nashville Network, begins on Cable TV
1982    Beth Daniel wins LPGA American Express Sun City Golf Classic
1982    Jarmilla Kratochvilova run world record 400 m indoor (49.59 sec)
1982    NCAA Tournament Selection televised live for 1st time
1981    "Bring Back Birdie" closes at Martin Beck Theater New York City after 4 performances
1981    1st homicide at Disneyland, 18 year old is stabbed to death
1979    Baseball exhibition season opens with semipro and amateur umpires
1979    Warren Giles and Hack Wilson selected to baseball Hall of Fame
1978    Belgian baron Charles Bracht kidnapped
1978    Canuck's Ron Sedlbauer fails on 5th penalty shot against Islanders
1978    Dutch 2nd Chamber votes against neutron bomb
1977    Ali Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party wins elections
1977    Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin meets President Carter
1976    Morocco and Mauretania break diplomatic relations with Algeria
1975    Senate revises filibuster rule, allows 60 senators to limit debate
1975    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1974    "Monitor" (U.S. Civil War Ship) restored at Cape Hatteras North Carolina
1974    1st general striking in Ethiopia
1973    Comet (Lubos) Kohoutek discovered at Hamburg Observatory
1973    Sheik Mujib ur-Rahman's Awami League wins election in Bangladesh
1971    Egypt refuses to renew the Suez cease fire
1970    Ice Dance Championship at Ljubljana won by Pakhomova and Gorshkov (URS)
1970    Ice Pairs Championship at Ljubljana won by Rodnina and Ulanov (URS)
1970    Ladies Figure Skating Champ in Ljubljana won by Gabriele Seyfert (GDR)
1970    Men's Figure Skating Championship in Ljubljana won by Tim Wood (USA)
1970    WXOW TV channel 19 in La Crosse, Wisconsin (ABC) begins broadcasting
1969    U.S.S.R. performs nuclear test at Semipalitinsk, Eastern Kazakhstan U.S.S.R.
1967    Clark Gesner's musical "You're a Good Man, premieres in New York City
1967    Teamster President Jimmy Hoffa begins 8-year jail sentence for defrauding the union and jury tampering (commuted Dec 23, 1971)
1966    "Wait A Minim!" opens at John Golden Theater New York City for 457 performances
1966    U.S. performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1965    Alabama state troopers and 600 black protestors clash in Selma
1965    Bruce Taylor takes 5-86 in debut innings for New Zealand after ton
1965    Christian-democrats win parliament in Chile
1962    Beatles made their broadcasting debut on BBC radio
1962    Launch of OSO 1, 1st astronomy satellite (solar flare data)
1960    Dutch Builders strike for CLA
1959    "Bells Are Ringing" closes at Shubert Theater New York City after 925 performances
1959    1st aviator to fly a million miles (1.61 M km) in a jet (MC Garlow)
1959    West Indies all out 76 vs. Pakistan at Dacca, Fazal Mahmood 6-34
1958    Chicago Cardinals announce they will play their 1958 opener in Buffalo
1955    7th Emmy Awards: Make Room for Daddy, Danny Thomas and Loretta Young
1955    Baseball Commish Ford Frick says he favors legalization of spitter
1955    Mary Martin as "Peter Pan" televised
1954    Babe Didrikson Zaharias wins LPGA Sarasota Golf Open
1954    Russia wins title in their 1st international ice hockey competition
1953    Jackie McGlew scores 255* vs. New Zealand at Wellington
1951    Ezzard Charles beats Jersey Joe Walcott in 15 for hw boxing title
1951    Lillian Hellman's "Autumn Garden," premieres in New York City
1950    Ice Pairs Championship at London won by K Kennedy and P Kennedy (USA)
1950    Ladies Figure Skating Championship in London won by Alena Vrzanova CZE
1950    Men Figure Skating Championship in London won by Richard Button (USA)
1946    "Three to Make Ready" opens at Adelphi Theater New York City for 323 performances
1946    Max Frisch' "Santa Cruz," premieres in Zurich
1945    Cologne taken by allied armies
1945    U.S. 9th Armoured Division attacks Remagen Germany, crosses Rhine
1945    Yugoslavia government of Tito forms
1944    Japans begins offensive in Burma
1943    General-major Patton arrives in Djebel Kouif Tunisia
1942    15 Mk-VB Spitfires reach Malta
1942    1st cadets graduated from flying school at Tuskegee
1941    3rd largest snowfall in New York City history (18.1")
1941    50,000 British soldiers lands in Greece
1941    British troops invade Abyssinia (Ethiopia)
1940    Mont Canadiens lose record tying NHL 15th straight game at home
1940    Ray Steele beats B. Nagurski in St. Louis, to become wrestling champ
1939    Glamour magazine begins publishing
1939    Guy Lombardo and Royal Canadians 1st record "Auld Lang Syne"
1937    Bucharin, Jagoda and Rykov pushed out of CPSU in U.S.S.R.
1936    Hitler breaks Treaty of Versailles, sends troops to Rhineland
1935    Saar incorporated into Germany
1933    Game of "Monopoly" invented
1932    Riots at Ford-factory Dearborn Michigan, kills 4
1930    Georgetown High of Chicago defeats Homer 1-0 in basketball
1927    Earthquake measuring 8 on Richter scale strikes Tango, Japan
1926    1st transatlantic telephone call, London - New York
1922    U.S. Ladies Figure Skating championship won by Theresa Weld Blanchard
1922    U.S. Mens Figure Skating championship won by Sherwin Badger
1921    Red Army under Trotsky attack sailors of Kronstadt
1918    H. Carroll and J. McCarthy's musical "Oh, Look!," premieres in New York City
1918    President Wilson authorizes U.S. Army's Distinguished Service Medal
1917    1st jazz record "Dixie Jazz Band One Step," recorded by Nick LaRocca Original Dixieland Jazz Band, released by RCA Victor in Camden NJ
1914    Prince Wilhelm von Wied becomes King of Albania
1912    Roald Amundsen announces discovery of the South Pole
1911    U.S. sent 20,000 troops to Mexican border
1911    Willis Farnsworth, Petaluma, California, patents coin-operated locker
1908    Cincinnati Mayor Mark Breith stood before city council and announces that, "women are not physically fit to operate automobiles"
1906    Finnish Senate accepts universal suffrage, except for poor
1902    Boers beat British troop in Tweebosch Transvaal
1900    Battle at Poplar Grove South Africa, President Kruger flees
1900    Stanley Cup: Montreal Shamrocks sweep Halifax Crescents in 2 games
1896    Gilbert and Sullivan's last operette "Grand Duke," premieres in London
1876    Alexander Graham Bell patents telephone
1876    Battle at Gura: Ethiopian emperor Yohannes beats Egyptians
1872    -8 degrees F in Boston, Massachusetts
1870    Cincinnati Red Stockings, 1st pro BB team, begin 8-mo tour of Midwest and East
1865    Battles round Kinston North Carolina
1862    Battle of Elkhorn Tavern, Day 2, Gens McCulloch and McIntosh killed
1857    Baseball decides 9 innings constitutes an official game, not 9 runs
1854    Charles Miller patents 1st U.S. sewing machine to stitch buttonholes
1852    Dutch telegraph traffic regulated by law
1851    Poll tax levied on Russo-Polish Jews entering Austrian Galicia ends
1850    Daniel Webster endorses Compromise of 1850
1848    In Hawaii, Great Mahele (division of lands) signed
1847    U.S. General Scott occupies Vera Cruz Mexico
1843    1st Catholic governor in U.S., Edward Kavanagh of Maine, takes office
1835    HMS Beagle returns from Concepcion to Valparaiso
1824    Meyerbeers opera "Il Crociati in Egitto," premieres in Venice
1808    Portugal's regent Dom Juan IV arrives in Rio De Janeiro
1801    Massachusetts enacts 1st state voter registration law
1778    Captain James Cook 1st sights Oregon coast, at Yaquina Bay
1774    Boston Port Bill passes, British close port of Boston to all commerce on June 1st 1774
1696    English king Willem III departs Netherlands
1644    Massachusetts establishes 1st 2-chamber legislature in colonies
1633    Prince Frederik Henry appoints himself viceroy of Limburg
1621    John Pieterszoon Coen's troops land on Lontor, East Indies