In Super Bowl XI, the Oakland Raiders defeated the Minnesota Vikings 32–14 at the Rose Bowl. Snow fell on Miami, Florida for the only time in history. The Toronto Blue Jays played their first-ever game of baseball; against the Chicago White Sox. The Seattle Mariners played their first-ever game of baseball against the California Angels. Star Wars opened in cinemas and subsequently became the then-highest grossing film of all time. The first Apple II computers went on sale. Elvis Presley performs his last-ever concert, in Indianapolis. The New York City blackout of 1977 lasted for 25 hours, resulting in looting and other disorder. Led Zeppelin plays their last U.S. concert in Oakland, CA. U.S. President Jimmy Carter signed legislation creating the United States Department of Energy. David Berkowitz was captured in Yonkers, New York, after over a year of murders in New York City as the Son Of Sam. Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll died in his home in Graceland at age 42. Groucho Marx Died. Reggie Jackson blasted 3 home runs to lead the New York Yankees to a World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Three members of the rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd died in a charter plane crash outside Gillsburg, Mississippi. The Lockheed's top-secret stealth aircraft project, designated Have Blue, precursor to the U.S. F-117A Nighthawk, made its first flight. The Nickelodeon Television Channel, a children's cartoon channel, launched as The Pinwheel Network. A DC-3 charter plane carrying the University of Evansville basketball team to Nashville, Tenn., crashed in rain and dense fog about 90 seconds after takeoff from Evansville Dress Regional Airport. Twenty-nine people died in the crash, including 14 members of the team and head coach Bob Watson.