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 This day in History - August 5
374 Historic Events for August 5
1970

Everett McIver, NFL guard (NY Jets, Miami Dolphins)

Birth
1970

Travis Moore, CFL receiver (Calgary Stampeders)

Birth
1970

US Black Panther leader Huey Newton let out of jail

Event
1970

Robert Morley's "How the Other Half Loves," premieres in London

Event
1971

Perry Carter, cornerback (Oakland Raiders)

Birth
1971

Josef Stanislav, composer, dies at 74

Death
1971

Valeri Karpov, Chelyabinsk Rus, NHL left wing (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)

Birth
1971

WNPE TV channel 16 in Watertown, NY (PBS) begins broadcasting

Event
1972

Moody Blues release "Nights in White Satin"

Event
1972

Aaqib Javed, cricketer (Pakistani pace bowler 1989- )

Birth
1972

Darryl Yung, Victoria BC, badminton player (Olympics-96)

Birth
1972

Uganda president Idi Amin throws out all 80,000 Asians

Event
1972

Detroit shortstop Ed Brinkman errors ends record streak of 72 games and 331 total chances without a miscue

Event
1972

John Wasdin, Ft Belvoir WA, pitcher (Oakland A's)

Birth
1972

Frederic Tozere, actor (Mr Phillips-Stanley), dies at 71

Death
1972

Arthur Reid, Nashville Tenn, pairs skater (and Jennifer Darst)

Birth
1973

Brendan Todd, Australian mistral yachter (Olympics-96)

Birth
1973

Ed Burman, WLAF linebacker (London Monarchs)

Birth
1973

USSR launches Mars 6

Event
1973

Arab terrorists open fire at Athens airport, kills 3 injures 55

Event
1973

Atlanta Braves Phil Niekro no-hits SD Padres, 9-0

Event
1973

Judy Rankin wins LPGA Pabst Ladies Golf Classic

Event
1974

Jason Shelley, WLAF wide receiver (Frankfurt Galaxy)

Birth
1974

Jamie Lynn Bolding, Lakeland Florida, Miss America-Florida (1997)

Birth
1974

Frankie Hejduk, La Mesa Calif, soccer defender (Olympics-gold-96)

Birth