Milestones, Oct. 6, 1975

Died. Robert Bernard (Bob) Considine, 68, one of the best-known U.S. newspapermen and author of numerous books and movie scripts; following a stroke; in Manhattan. Considine began his journalistic career as a sports reporter in 1930 and by 1933 had begun writing his wide-ranging "On the Line" column. Associated with the Hearst publishing empire since 1937, he covered major news events for nearly 40 years. On the side, he wrote movie scripts (The Babe Ruth Story) and biographies of such friends as Jack Dempsey and General Douglas Mac Arthur.

Died. Max Wylie, 71,...

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