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 This day in History - April 3
417 Historic Events for April 3
1988

Milton A Caniff, US cartoonist (Terry and the Pirates), dies at 81

Death
1989

Norman Woolard, actor (Guilty, Saul and David, Medeleine), dies at 79

Death
1989

51st NCAA Men's Basketball Champion: Mich beats Seton Hall 80-79 (OT)

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1989

Mets win 11th consecutive home opener 8-4 over St Louis at Shea Stad

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1989

"Sunrise" a Gannett newspaper begins publishing for Bronx

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1990

Katharine Balfour, actress (Love Story), dies of ALS at 69

Death
1990

Sarah Vaughn, jazz singer, dies of lung cancer at 66

Death
1991

UN Security Council adopts Gulf War truce resolution

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1991

Thomas Bos skates world record 3 km (3:65.16)

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1991

Bo Jackson signs 1-year contract with Chicago White Sox

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1991

12th Emmy Sports Award presentation

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1991

Graham Greene, Brit writer (3rd Man, Our man in Havana), dies at 86

Death
1991

"Penn and Teller - Refrigerator Tour" opens at Eugene O'Neill NYC

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1992

1st exhibition game at Camden Field-Orioles beat NY Mets

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1992

Lloyd "Slim" Andrews, actor (Buf Bill in Tomahawk Territory), dies

Death
1992

Margaret Barker, actress (Fathers and Son), dies of lung cancer at 83

Death
1993

Alexander Mnouchkine, French movie producer (Professional), dies at 83

Death
1993

Dieter Plage, German wildlife filmmaker, dies at 57

Death
1993

Pinky Lee, kiddie host (Pinky Lee Show), dies of heart attack at 85

Death
1993

Eduardo Cabellero Calderon, Colombian writer/diplomat, dies at 83

Death
1994

Jerome Lejeune, French geneticist (Syndrome of Down), dies at 67

Death
1994

Pat Harper, NYC news anchor (WPIX, WNBC), dies

Death
1994

Betty Furness, actress/news consumer reporter (WNBC), dies at 78

Death
1994

Frank G Wells, US director (Walt Disney), dies at 62

Death
1994

13th NCAA Women Basketball Championship: NC beats Louisiana Tech 60-59

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