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 This day in History - April 21
379 Historic Events for April 21
1968

22nd Tony Awards: Rosencranz and Guilderstern and Hallelujah Baby! win

Event
1968

Norman Demuth, composer, dies at 69

Death
1968

Toby Halicki, car-crash film producer 48, killed shooting stunt

Death
1969

Conrad Clarks, NFL center (Indianapolis Colts)

Birth
1969

Dwight Hollier, NFL linebacker (Miami Dolphins)

Birth
1969

73rd Boston Marathon won by Yoshiaki Unetani of Japan in 2:13:49

Event
1970

Israel Stanley, NFL/WLAF defensive end (NO Saints, Rhein Fire)

Birth
1970

Stewart Malgunas, Prince George, NHL defenseman (Washington Capitals)

Birth
1970

Reds clout 7 HRs by 6 batters, Braves counter with 3 HRs, 6 for one team and 9 different batters for two teams, all tie or set records

Event
1971

Samantha Druce, youngest woman to swim English Channel

Birth
1971

Fran‡ois "Doc" Duvalier, dictator of Haiti, dies at 64

Death
1971

Edmund Lowe, actor (Front Page Detective), dies at 81

Death
1971

Original Codex Reguis (with Edda-liederen) returns to Iceland

Event
1971

Tony Mcgee, NFL tight end (Cin Bengals)

Birth
1971

Jennifer Reed, Miss USA-Michigan (1997)

Birth
1971

Tom Cavallo, NFL/WLAF linebacker (Frankfurt Galaxy, SF 49ers)

Birth
1972

Lori Flick, Boston Massachusetts, Miss America-Massachusetts (1997)

Birth
1972

John Young and Charles Duke explores Moon (Apollo 16)

Event
1972

David Williams, Bedford PA, outfielder (SF Giants)

Birth
1972

Orbiting Astronomical Observatory 4 (Copernicus) launched

Event
1972

Tia Jackson, WNBA forward (Phoenix Mercury)

Birth
1973

Ursula Jeans, actress (Cavalcade, Over the Moon), dies at 66

Death
1974

28th Tony Awards: River Niger and Raisin win

Event
1974

3rd Colgate Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Jo Ann Prentice

Event
1974

Brice Hunter, wide receiver (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Birth