DIED. TED WILLIAMS
, 83, tough Boston Red Sox outfielder who made good on his goal to become baseball's greatest hitter with a .400 average; in Crystal River, Florida. The Hall of Famer began playing for the Red Sox in 1939. After a brief stint as a Marine flyer during World War II, he returned to Fenway Park, hitting his final major league ball—a home run—in 1960.
DIED. ROSEMARY CLOONEY
, 74, enchanting American singer renowned for her radiant voice; in New York City. Clooney released some of America's most popular hits in the 1950s, including Come-on-a My House,...
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