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1975 (6 images)

Carmel, 9/21/1975: President Gerald Ford works out on the driving range on a early and foggy morning at the Cypress Pouint golf course, before starting his round of golf. (UPI Photo/Jim Hubbard/Files)
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Carmel, CA, 9/20/1975: President Gerald Ford swings at one of many balls laying around as he works out on practice course, at the Cypress Point Golf course prior to playing a round of golf here. In the background are the waters of Carmel Bay, and homes along the 17-mile drive. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali (visible at center) leads a rally of some 1600 persons through the streets of Trenton, NJ, October 17, 1975, to urge New Jersey Governor Brendan Byrne to pardon former middleweight contender Rubin "Hurricane" Carter. Carter is currently serving three consecutive life sentences for a 1966 triple murder in Paterson, NJ. Key witnesses at the trial have recently recanted their testimony. (UPI Photo/Files)
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Former fighter Rubin "Hurricane" Carter (L) and heavyweight champ Muhammad Ali (R) leave the Passaic County Courthouse in Paterson, N.J. March 20, 1976. Carter was freed on bail after spending nine years in jail for three 1966 murders in Paterson. The state Supreme Court granted Carter a retrial after key witnesses in the original trial recanted their testimony in 1975. (UPI/File)
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Caroline Kennedy, daughter of late U.S. president John F. Kennedy, and her uncle, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (L) greet U.S. President Gerald Ford (R) on his arrival to the old North bridge in Concord, NH, for Bicentennial ceremonies on April 19, 1975. President Ford later proceeded on to Lexington for events there celebrating the 200th birthday of the American Revolution. (UPI Photo/tm/Files)
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Former California Governor Ronald Reagan is seen here May 7, 1975 at a news conference in Chicago, Illinois before moving on to a fundraising dinner. He said that if Americans could not find it in their hearts to help Vietnamese refugees, then they should chisel the word "Welcome" off the Statue of Liberty. (UPI/File)
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