Milestones

DIED Herb Score, 75, a hard-throwing left-handed pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, suffered a career-ending line drive to the face in 1957. He went on to spend nearly 30 years as a radio sports broadcaster.

• Clive Barnes, 81, knew in his teens that he wanted to be a critic and worked his way into the ballet scene at Oxford University, eventually becoming an authoritative drama critic for both the New York Times and New York Post. "Inside most dance critics," he once said, "is a drama critic struggling to get out."

• Rosetta Reitz, 84, borrowed $10,000 in 1979 and...

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