Milestones, Mar. 3, 1975

Died. Ann Scott, 45, key legislative strategist of the National Organization for Women; of cancer; in Baltimore. A poet and college English teacher, Scott fought discrimination against women in academe. Elected a vice president of NOW in 1971, she was credited with gaining the support of Common Cause and the AFL-CIO for the Equal Rights Amendment, which she campaigned for virtually until the day of her death.

Died. Norman Treigle, 47, New York City Opera's deeply resonant bass since 1953; of gastrointestinal bleeding; in New Orleans. A devout Baptist, Treigle once sang gospel songs with a touring evangelist known as "the...

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