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The Braves returned to Atlanta, and on April 8, 1974, a crowd of 53,775 people showed up for the game—a Braves attendance record. The game was also broadcast nationally on NBC. In the fourth inning, Aaron hit home run number 715 off Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Al Downing. Although Dodgers outfielder Bill Buckner nearly went over the outfield wall trying to catch it, the ball landed in the Braves' bullpen, where relief pitcher Tom House caught it.Wikimedia

A full auditorium at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library at the University of Texas at Austin welcomed the 39th President of the United States Jimmy Carter Tuesday evening.Carter was the first of four presidents to speak at the Civil Rights Summit, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The landmark piece of legislation outlawed discrimination based on race, ethnicity, religion or gender.KUVE

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