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 This day in History - May 4
365 Historic Events for May 4
1971

Derrick Clark, NFL/WLAF fullback (Broncos, Rhein Fire)

Birth
1971

Steve Glenn, CFL linebacker (BC Lions)

Birth
1972

Gretchen Ulion, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

Birth
1972

Vietcong forms revolutionary govt in Quang Tri South Vietnam

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1972

Marc Lamb, WLAF T (London Monarchs)

Birth
1972

Ethan Watts, Phila, volleyball middle blocker (Olympics-96)

Birth
1973

1st TV network female nudity-Steambath (PBS)-Valerie Perrine

Event
1973

Jane Bowles, writer, dies at 56

Death
1973

BPAA US Women's Bowling Open won by Millie Martorella

Event
1973

Wings release "Red Rose Speedway" in UK

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1973

Phillies beat Braves 5-4 in 20 innings

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1973

Patriarch Shenuda II of Kopitisch church visits the pope

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1973

Longest game in Veterans' Stadium, Phillies beat Braves 5-4 in 20

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1973

Michelle Martinez, Dallas Texas, Miss America (Texas-Top 10-1997)

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1973

Melissa Boyd, Miss Ohio USA (1996)

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1973

Edward Hervey, NFL wide receiver (Dallas Cowboys)

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1973

Matthew Barnaby, Ottawa, NHL left wing (Buffalo Sabres)

Birth
1974

Israel Citkowitz, composer, dies at 65

Death
1974

John Wengraf, actor (Pride and Passion, 12 to the Moon), dies at 77

Death
1974

100th Kentucky Derby: Angel Cordero Jr. aboard Cannonade wins in 2:04

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1975

Ed Bullins' "Taking of Miss Jane," premieres in NYC

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1975

Flyers 1-Isles 0-Semis-Flyers hold 3-0 lead-Isles held to 14 shots

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1975

Maria Astrologes wins LPGA Birmingham Golf Classic

Event
1975

Moe Howard, [Moses Horowitz], comedian (3 Stooges), dies at 77

Death
1975

Pablo Ruiz, Buenos Aires Arg, spanish singer

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