This Day in History :: 04 July
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04 July 1978 : Tatyana Jecmenica: Novi Sad, Yugoslavia -- Tennis star (1995 Futures-Novi Sad)
04 July 1975 : Reinhard Davis: Hockey goaltender (Team Austria 1998)
04 July 1974 : Kellee Nicole Kattleman: Miss Wyoming USA (1996)
04 July 1973 : Justin Ring: CFL linebacker (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
04 July 1972 : Steve Giles: St. Stephens, New Brunswick -- Canoeist (1992, 96 Olympics - 6th Place)
04 July 1971 : Steve Rucchin: Thunder Bay, Ontario -- NHL center (Anaheim Mighty Ducks)
04 July 1970 : Andrei Cherkasov: USSR -- Tennis star
04 July 1970 : Louise Van Voorhis: Rochester, New York -- 470 yachter (1992, 96 Olympics - 4th Place)
04 July 1969 : David Wittman: Buffalo, New York -- 1.5k runner
04 July 1969 : Tim Jackson: Australian 100m / 200m (1996 Olympics)

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04 July 1997 : Charles Kuralt: News anchor (CBS Sunday Morning), dies at 62
04 July 1996 : Clay Jones: Gardener, dies at 72
04 July 1996 : Leo Avery: Abbot of Quarr, dies at 58
04 July 1995 : Bob Ross: Artist, dies at 52
04 July 1995 : Eva Gabor: Actress (Green Acres), dies at 74
04 July 1995 : Jacques Berque: Islamic scholar, dies at 85
04 July 1995 : Richard "Pancho" Gonzalez: Tennis great, dies of stomach cancer at 67
04 July 1994 : Arthur Berry: Artist, dies at 69
04 July 1994 : Juan Gil Poet-Albert: Dies at 90
04 July 1994 : Liesbeth Struppert: Actress (Pipo the Clown, Anne Frank), dies at 55

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04 July 1997 : US space probe Pathfinder lands on Ares Vallis Mars
04 July 1996 : Hot Mail, a free internet E-mail service begins
04 July 1995 : Birmingham Barracudas play 1st CFL game (vs. Winnipeg)
04 July 1994 : Russian manned space craft TM-18, lands
04 July 1994 : Rwandese Patriot Front occupies Kigali
04 July 1994 : US loses to Brazil 1-0 in 1994 World Cup quarter finals
04 July 1993 : 107th Wimbledon Mens Tennis: Pete Sampras beats Courier (76 76 36 63)
04 July 1993 : Brandie Burton wins LPGA Jamie Farr Toledo Golf Classic
04 July 1993 : Dave Winfield hits 442nd HR to move into 19th place
04 July 1993 : Pilar Fort, crowned 25th Miss Black America

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