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Norwegian  King Haakon VII   first ruler of independent Norway (1905-57)
born on 8-3-1872 in Charlottenlund, Denmark
expired 9-21-1957 in Oslo, Norway   age 85
ballet master  Paul Haakon
born on 9-8-1911
expired 8-16-1992   age 80
pianist/musicologist/conductor  Karl Haas   with family fled Nazi Germany (1936); creator/host of Adventures in Good Music (1959-2003)
born on 12-6-1913 in Speyer-am-Rhein, Germany
expired 2-6-2005 in Royal Oak, Michigan   age 91   cause: "natural causes"
Levi Strauss heir  Peter Edgar Haas Sr.   with brother Walter A. Haas Jr. took over management of the company — he was president 1970-1981
born on 12-20-1918 in San Francisco, California
expired 12-3-2005 in San Francisco, California   age 86
University of Oslo economist  Trygve Magnus Haavelmo   was Nobel laureate in economics for 1989
born on 12-13-1911 in Skedsmo, Norway
expired 7-26-1999 in Norway   age 87
pediatrician Dr.  George Habash   the hard-line Marxist co-founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (1966)
born on 8-2-1925 in Lydda, British Mandate Palestine (now Lod, Israel)
expired 1-26-2008 in Amman, Jordan   age 82   cause: heart attack; cancer; strokes
   Contest Selectors
1980 DW6.3%

AKS: Georges
chemist  Fritz Haber   his synthesis of ammonia got his the 1918 Nobel prize in chemistry
born on 12-9-1868 in Breslau, Silesia, Prussia
expired 1-29-1934 in Basel, Switzerland   age 65
the basic Universal Product Code glyphs  Alan Lloyd Haberman   former Grocery Manufacturers of America general counsel (they became the Uniform Code Council, now the GS1); helped spearhead the drive to get the Universal Product Code (UPC) adopted
born on 7-27-1929 in Worcester, Massachusetts
expired 6-12-2011 in Newton, Massachusetts   age 81   cause: heart and lung disease
ambassador  Philip Charles Habib
born on 2-25-1920 in New York, New York
expired 5-25-1992 in Puligny-Montrachet, France   age 72
former Kimball International head  Arnold Francis Habig
born on 5-2-1907 in Jasper, Indiana
expired 3-29-1999 in Jasper, Indiana   age 91
Dr.  Otto Habsburg-Lothringen   Austrian Archduke & former pretender to the throne of Austria-Hungary; son of Emperor Franz Joseph I & Empress Zita; a former member of the European parliament and past president of the International Paneuropean Union (1986-2004)
¤full name: Franz Joseph Otto Robert Maria Anton Karl Max Heinrich Sixtus Xavier Felix René Ludwig Gaetano Pius Ignazius von Habsburg 
born on 11-20-1912 in Reichenau an der Rax, Lower Austria, Austria, Austria-Hungary
expired 7-4-2011 in Pöcking bei Starnberg, Starnberg, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany   age 98
   Contest Selectors
2008KLS, WEP6.3%
2009KLS, WEP6.7%
2010KLS, WEP7.4%

AKS: von Habsburg Hapsburg
Rwandan president (1973-94)  Juvénal Habyarimana
born on 8-3-1937 in Gasiza, Ruanda-Urundi
expired 4-6-1994 in Kigali, Rwanda   age 56   cause: plane crash
AKS: Juvenal
playwright  Albert Hackett   co-wrote The Diary of Anne Frank with wife Frances Goodrich; awarded 1955 Pulitzer Prize for play adaptation
born on 2-16-1900 in New York, New York
expired 3-16-1995 in New York, New York   age 95
actress  Joan Hackett
born on 3-1-1934 in New York, New York
expired 10-9-1983 in Encino, California   age 49
comedian  Leonard "Buddy" Hackett   movie appearances include The Music Man (1962), It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) & The Love Bug (1968); to see a proper tribute, view a 1998 episode of the defunct tv series Late Line that had lumiaries such as Henry Kissinger mistakenly eulogizing Buddy
¤born: Leonard Hacker 
born on 8-31-1924 in New York, New York
expired 6-30-2003 in Malibu, California   age 78   cause: "chest cold"
   Contest Selectors
2002CMH, JEDS, RAVN27.3%
2003JEDS, RAVN, TAP16.7%
   Scored 5.3250 points

cornetist  Robert Leo "Bobby" Hackett
born on 1-31-1915 in Providence, Rhode Island
expired 6-7-1976 in West Chatham, Massachusetts   age 61   cause: heart attack
military critic  David Haskell Hackworth
born on 11-11-1930 in Venice, California
expired 5-4-2005 in Tijuana, Mexico   age 74   cause: bladder cancer
Dr.  Wadi Haddad   a pediatrician; co-founder of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (1966); linked to numerous airplane hijackings
expired 3-28-1978 in Algiers, Algeria   age 49   cause: cancer
former baseball pitcher  Harvey Haddix
born on 9-18-1925 in Medway, Ohio
expired 1-8-1994   age 68
 Graham Guilford Haddock Jr.   designed the World War II landing craft (LST)
born on 3-9-1917
expired 2-6-2002   age 84   cause: cancer
Academy Award winning movie composer  Manos Hadjidakis   wrote Never On Sunday
born on 10-23-1925 in Xanthi, Greece
expired 6-15-1994 in Athens, Greece   age 68
bit-part actress  Loretta B. King Hadler   played Janet Lawton in Ed Wood's Bridge of the Monster (1955) — she was played in the 1994 movie Ed Wood by Juliet Landau
born on 8-20-1917 in Phoenix, Arizona
expired 9-10-2007 in Century City, California   age 90
biologist/zoologist  Ernst Heinrich Philipp August Haeckel   coined terms ecology (1869) & phylum
born on 2-16-1834 in Potsdam, Prussia
expired 8-9-1919   age 85
former advertising executive  Horace Hagedorn   co-founded the Stern's Miracle-Gro company with nursery owner Otto Stern (1950); his wife Peggy came up with the company name
born on 3-18-1915 in New York, New York
expired 1-31-2005 in Sands Point, New York   age 89   cause: pulmonary fibrosis
former Big Band trombonist & music arranger  Earle H. Hagen   composed "Harlem Nocture" (1939); also wrote the theme songs for numerous tv series, including The Andy Griffith Show, The Dick Van Dyke Show, I Spy, That Girl, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., The Mod Squad & The Danny Thomas Show/Make Room For Daddy (a big band arrangement of "Londonderry Air")
born on 7-9-1919 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 5-26-2008 in Rancho Mirage, California   age 88
AKS: Earl Hagan
actress  Jean Hagen   was the Mommy on Make Room for Daddy tv series (1953-55)
¤born: Jaen Shirley ver Hagen 
born on 8-3-1923 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 8-26-1977 in Woodland Hills, California   age 54   cause: throat cancer
character actor  Kevin Hagen   played Doc Baker on Little House on the Prairie tv series
born on 4-3-1928 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 7-9-2005 in Grant's Pass, ORegon   age 77   cause: esophageal cancer
acting teacher  Uta Thyra Hagen   blacklisted during the 1950s; won Tony Awards for roles in The Country Girl (1951) & Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1962)
born on 6-12-1919 in Göttingen, Germany
expired 1-14-2004 in New York, New York   age 84
flamboyant 1920s golf champion  Walter Charles Hagen   won 5 PGA titles & 4 British Opens
born on 12-21-1892 in Rochester, New York
expired 10-5-1969 in Traverse City, Michigan   age 76
runner  Günder Hägg Sr.   set world record in the mile of 4 minutes 1.4 seconds July 17, 1945 (broken by 2 seconds by Bannister in 1954)
born on 12-31-1918 in Albacken, Sweden
expired 11-27-2004 in Malmo, Skåne, Sweden   age 85
AKS: Gunder Hagg
writer Sir  Henry Rider Haggard   wrote She and King Solomon's Mines
born on 6-22-1856 in Bradenham, England
expired 5-14-1925 in London, England   age 68
former Texas Instruments head  Patrick Eugene Haggerty
born on 3-17-1914 in Harvey, North Dakota
expired 10-1-1980 in Dallas, Texas   age 66
actor/composer  Albert Hague   won Tony for music in Redhead (1958 musical murder mystery); scored music for animated How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966); played Professor Benjamin Shorofsky in Fame movie (1980) & tv series (1982-87)
¤born: Albert Marcuse 
born on 10-13-1920 in Berlin, Germany
expired 11-12-2001 in Marina del Rey, California   age 81   cause: cancer
1904 Olympic sprint winner  Archie Hahn   Virginia University track coach 1929-1951
born on --1880 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
expired 1-21-1955 in Charlottesville, Virginia   age 74
educator Dr.  Kurt Mathias Robert Martin Hahn   created the Outward Bound program (1941)
born on 6-5-1886 in Berlin, Germany
expired 12-14-1974   age 88
chemist  Otto Hahn   won 1944 Nobel prize in chemistry for the discovery of nuclear fission
born on 3-8-1879 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany
expired 7-28-1968 in Göttingen, Germany   age 89
former Nixon aide (1973-74)  Alexander Miegs Haig Jr.   Reagan's Secretary of State (1981-82)
born on 12-2-1924 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 2-20-2010 in Baltimore, Maryland   age 85   cause: complications from infection
   Contest Selectors
2006BONY, BYE, OIE, 4GUE13.3%
2007BONY, BYE, LMLD, 4GUE12.9%
2008BYE, GAS, OIE, 4GUE12.5%
2009BYE, GAS, LMLD10.0%
2010GAS, OIE7.4%
   Scored 5.2500 points

Mormon apostle  David Bruce Haight
born on 9-2-1906 in Oakley, Idaho
expired 7-31-2004 in Salt Lake City, Utah   age 97
author  Arthur Hailey   wrote Hotel (1965), Airport (1968) & The Moneychangers (1975)
born on 4-5-1920 in Luton, Bedfordshire, England
expired 11-24-2004 in Lyford Cay, New Providence Island, Bahamas   age 84   cause: stroke
AKS: Haley Halee Halie Haliegh Haylie Haylee
actor  Corey Ian Haim   played title role in Lucas (1986) & Sam in The Lost Boys (1987); later appeared on The Two Coreys reality tv show with Corey Feldman (2007-2008)
born on 12-23-1971 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
expired 3-10-2010 in Burbank, California   age 38   cause: cardiac arrest; pneumonia; enlarged heart
   Contest Selectors

big band singer  Connie Haines   she is survived by her 109 year old mother
¤born: Yvonne Marie Antoinette JaMais
ex-Mrs. Robert DeHaven 
born on 1-20-1921 in Savannah, Georgia
expired 9-25-2008 in Clearwater, Florida   age 87   cause: myasthenia gravis
Broadway/tv actor  Larry Haines   played Stu Bergman for most of the run of the Search for Tomorrow tv soap opera (1951-86)
¤real name: A. Lawrence Hecht 
born on 8-3-1918 in Mount Vernon, New York
expired 7-17-2008 in Delray Beach, Florida   age
former L.A. Laker forward  Harold "Happy" Hairston
born on 5-31-1942 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
expired 5-1-2001 in Los Angeles, California   age 58   cause: pneumonia; prostate cancer
musician, comedian & actor  Jester J. Hairston   conducted the choir for the sound track of Lost Horizon (1936)
born on 7-9-1901 in Belews Creek, North Carolina
expired 1-18-2000 in Los Angeles, California   age 98
Titanic survivor  Edith E. Haisman
¤born: Edith E. Brown 
born on 10-27-1896 in Worcester, South Africa
expired 1-20-1997 in Southampton, England   age 100
businessman  Albert Hakim   involved in the Iran-contra weapons deals
born on 7-16-1936 in Beirut, Lebanon
expired 4-25-2003 in Inchon, South Korea   age 66   cause: heart attack
former Pan Am executive  Najeeb E. Halaby   father of Dowager Queen Noor
born on 11-19-1915 in Dallas, Texas
expired 7-2-2003 in McLean, Virginia   age 87
Chicago Bears co-founder, president (1920-64), coach (1920-67)  George Stanley Halas
¤aka: "Papa Bear" 
born on 2-2-1895 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 10-31-1983 in Chicago, Illinois   age 88
   Contest Selectors
1979 HA7.7%
1980 DH, HA, RR18.8%

interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in August 1973 former New York Times reporter (1960-67)  David Halberstam   won Pulitzer Prize (1964); wrote The Best and The Brightest (1973)
born on 4-10-1934 in New York, New York
expired 4-23-2007 in Menlo Park, California   age 73   cause: internal injuries; car crash
"wildcat" oilman  Michel Thomas Halbouty   got his start lugging ice water at Spindletop
born on 6-21-1909 in Beaumont, Texas
expired 11-6-2004 in Houston, Texas   age 95
White House chief of staff (under Nixon); Watergate conspirator  Harry Robins "Bob" Haldeman   spent 1977-1978 in jail for his role in the coverup
born on 10-27-1926 in Los Angeles, California
expired 11-12-1993 in Santa Barbara, California   age 67
German Army Chief of Staff during WWII  Franz Halder   sent to concentration camp for his role in the plot to kill Hitler in 1944
expired 4-2-1972 in Aschau, Germany   age 87
character actor  Alan J. Hale Sr.   played Little John in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) and Captain Bullwinkle in Tugboat Annie Sails Again (1940)
¤real name: Rufus Alan McKahan 
born on 2-10-1892 in Washington, District of Columbia
expired 1-22-1950 in Hollywood, California   age 57   cause: pneumonia
actor  Alan J. Hale Jr.   played Jonas Grumby (The Skipper) on Gilligan's Island
¤born: Alan Hale McKahan 
born on 3-8-1921 in Los Angeles, California
expired 1-2-1990 in Los Angeles, California   age 68   cause: cancer of thymus; liver disease
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO7.7%

geezer  Fred Harold Hale Sr.
born on 12-1-1890 in New Sharon, Maine
expired 11-19-2004 in Jamesville, New York   age 113   cause: pneumonia
   Contest Selectors
2004KLS, PCD, RIE16.7%
   Scored 1.8250 points

astronomer Dr.  George Ellery Hale   director of the Palomar observatories (1920s & 30s); directed construction of the 200 inch telescope atop Mount Wilson that he co-designed
born on 6-29-1868 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 2-21-1938 in Pasadena, California   age 69
British writer/illustrator  Kathleen Hale   wrote Orlando, he Marmalade Cat
born on 5-24-1898 in Lanarkshire, Scotland
expired 1-26-2000 in Bristol, England   age 101
B-movie "singing cowboy"  Monty Hale   with Gene Autry & others co-founded the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum
¤born: Buren Ely 
born on 6-8-1919 in San Angelo, Texas
expired 3-29-2009 in Studio City, California   age 89
nut-job polygamist  Robert Allen Hale   a convicted rapist/pervert (boinked a bunch of pre-pubescent girls)
¤aka: "Papa Pilgrim" 
born on 4-17-1941
expired 5-24-2008 in Anchorage, Alaska   age 67   cause: cirrhosis, diabetes
   Contest Selectors
   Did Not Score - insufficient category citations (one to be exact)

AKS: Alan
Alex Haley, from April 1966 `Playboy'interviewed by `Playboy Magazine' in January 1977 author  Alexander Murray Palmer Haley   wrote Roots and an Autobiography of Malcolm X; also conducted interviews for Playboy magazine
born on 8-11-1921 in Ithaca, New York
expired 2-10-1992 in Seattle, Washington   age 70
   Contest Selectors
1979 JH7.7%

the Wizard of Oz's Tin Woodsman  John Joseph "Jack" Haley Sr.
born on 8-8-1899 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 6-6-1979 in Los Angeles, California   age 79   cause: complications from heart attack
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO 7.7%
   Scored 5 solo points

movie writer/producer  John Joseph "Jack Haley Jr.   married to Liza Minnelli (1974-79); directed The Love Machine (1971)
born on 10-25-1933 in Los Angeles, California
expired 4-21-2001 in Santa Monica, California   age 67   cause: respiratory failure
rocker  William John Clifton "Bill" Haley Jr.   best known for his biggest hit Rock Around the Clock (1954), recorded with The Comets
born on 7-6-1925 in Highland Park, Michigan
expired 2-9-1981 in Harlingen, Texas   age 55
 Robert Half   co-founder of temporary CPA staffing firm (1948)
born on 11-11-1918
expired 8-31-2001 in Lantana, Florida   age 82   cause: complications from stroke
mathematician & astronomer  Asaph Hall   was a professor of mathematics at the US Naval Observatory (1863-1891) & professor of astronomy at Harvard (1896-1901); discovered the two moons of Mars, subsequently named Phobos & Deimos (1877)
born on 10-15-1829 in Goshen, Connecticut
expired 11-22-1907 in Annapolis, Maryland   age 78
urban terrorist  Camilla Christine Hall   member of the SLA
¤SLA name: "Gabi" 
born on 3-24-1946
expired ??-??-19??   age ??
GE inventor  Chester I. Hall   invented the electric phonograph turntable, pop-up toaster and automobile engine thermostat
expired 12-7-1953 in Boston, Massachusetts   age 65
motion picture cinematographer  Conrad L. Hall   won three oscars for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), American Beauty (1999) & Road to Perdition (2002); son of James Norman Hall; formerly married to Katharine Ross (1969-75)
born on 6-21-1926 in Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
expired 1-4-2003 in Santa Monica, California   age 76   cause: complications from bladder cancer
aircraft engineer  Donald Albert Hall   designed the Spirit of St. Louis aircraft in 1927
born on 12-7-1898
expired 5-2-1968 in San Diego, California   age 69
Sir  Douglas Basil Hall   was the last Governor of Britain's Somaliland Protectorate (1959-60)
born on 2-1-1909
expired 4-8-2004 in Derbyshire, England   age 95
renowned archaeometrician Dr.  Edward Thomas "Teddy" Hall   debunked Piltdown Man (the hoax stiff dug up in a Piltdown Common gravel pit in 1912); performed analysis on the Shroud of Turin
born on 5-10-1924 in London, England
expired 8-11-2001 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England   age 77
four-time Communist Party presidential candidate  Gus Hall   Secretary-General of the U.S. Communist Party (1959-2000)
¤born: Arvo Kusta Halberg 
born on 10-8-1910 in Iron, Minnesota
expired 10-13-2000 in New York, New York   age 90
   Contest Selectors
2000 ANG14%
   Scored 6.0000 solo points

actor  Henry "Huntz" Hall   played Sach Jones in Bowery Boys films
¤born: Henry Hall 
born on 8-15-1920 in New York, New York
expired 1-30-1999 in Los Angeles, California   age 78   cause: cardiac disease
retired GE research chemist Dr.  Howard Tracy Hall   a principal figure in the creation of artificial diamonds (February 1955)
born on 10-20-1919 in Ogden, Utah
expired 7-25-2008 in Provo, Utah   age 88   cause: Alzheimer's disease; diabetes
author  James Norman Hall   co-wrote Mutiny on the Bounty, Men Against the Sea, Pitcairn's Island and Forbidden Paradise (The Hurricane)
born on 4-22-1887 in Colfax, Iowa
expired 7-5-1951 in Pepeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia   age 64   cause: heart attack
actor  Jon Hall   played Terangi in The Hurricane (1937) opposite Dorothy Lamour
¤born: Charles Hall Locher 
born on 2-23-1913 in Fresno, California
expired 12-13-1979 in North Hollywood, California   age 66   cause: suicide; self-influcted gunshot wounds; cancer
actress  Juanita Hall   originated role of Bloody Mary in Broadway production of South Pacific
born on 11-6-1901 in Newport, New Jersey
expired 2-28-1968 in Keyport, New York   age 66
7-foot 2-inch actor  Kevin Peter Hall
born on 5-9-1955 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
expired 4-10-1991 in Hollywood, California   age 35   cause: AIDS
radio announcer  Robert Hall   played The Green Hornet on radio (1944-47)
born on 10-16-1924
expired 9-25-1967 in New Rochelle, New York   age 42
early movie actor  Thurston Hall   played character Red Rider in 1918 silent movie (not to be confused with the Red Ryder character
born on 5-10-1882 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 2-20-1958 in Beverly Hills, California   age 75   cause: heart attack
World War I pilot  Weston Bert Hall   co-founder of the Lafayette Escadrille
expired 12-6-1948 in Fremont, Ohio   age 62
exporter  William S. Hall   co-founded the Baker Street Irregulars (1934)
born on 11-30-1889
expired 9-29-1971 in New York, New York   age 81
busy entrepreneur  Erle Palmer Halliburton Sr.   founded the New Method Oil Well Cementing Company (1919); also founded an airline & made aluminum luggage (Zero Halliburton)
born on --1892 in Tennessee
expired 10-13-1957 in Los Angeles, California   age 65   cause: complications from surgery
AKS: Haliburton Halleburton Haleburton Hallaburton Halaburton Halliberton Haliberton Halleberton Haleberton Hallaberton Halaberton
motion picture guide author  Leslie Halliwell
born on --1929
expired 1-21-1989   age 59
actor  Billy Halop   played Tommy, leader of the Dead End Kids on Broadway & in movies
born on 2-11-1920 in New York, New York
expired 11-6-1976 in Hollywood, California   age 56   cause: heart attack
actress  Florence Halop   sister of Billy; played baliff Florence Kleiner on Night Court (1985-86)
born on 1-23-1923 in New York, New York
expired 7-15-1986 in Los Angeles, California   age 63   cause: cancer
Bonnie Joe & Hef from 1960cover of the October 1962 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring Bonnie Jo Halpin the original Playboy Bunny (1960-63)  Bonnie Jo Halpin   was the "door bunny" when the first Playboy Club opened in Chicago (2-29-1960 ... "leap" year day)
born on 4-15-1938 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 3-31-2004 in West Hollywood, California   age 65   cause: accidental Vicodin overdose; complications from hit-and-run accident
Admiral  William Frederick "Bull" Halsey Jr.   U.S. Third Fleet commander during WWII
born on 10-30-1882 in Elizabeth, New Jersey
expired 8-16-1959 in Fisher's Island, New York   age 76
fashion designer  Roy Halston
¤real name: Roy Halston Frowick 
born on 4-23-1932 in Des Moines, Iowa
expired 3-26-1990 in San Francisco, California   age 57
former Senate chaplain (1981-94)  Richard Halverson
born on 2-4-1916 in Pingree, North Dakota
expired 11-28-1995 in Arlington, Virginia   age 79
country singer  Stuart Hamblen
born on 10-20-1908 in Texas
expired 3-8-1989   age 80
former New Yorker writer  Philip Hamburger
born on 7-2-1914 in Wheeling, West Virginia
expired 4-23-2004 in New York, New York   age 89   cause: cardiac arrest
Washington University embryologist  Viktor Hamburger
born on 7-9-1900 in Landeshut, Germany
expired 6-12-2001 in Saint Louis, Missouri   age 100
child actor  Russell Craig "Rusty" Hamer   played the son on Make Room for Daddy
born on 2-15-1947 in Tenafly, New Jersey
expired 1-17-1990 in DeRidder, Louisiana   age 42
Washington's Treasury secretary (1789-97)  Alexander Hamilton   died after duel with Aaron Burr
born on 1-11-1757 in Nevis, West Indies
expired 7-12-1804 in New York, New York   age 47   cause: bullet wounds from duel
character actor  Bernard "Bernie" Hamilton   brother of jazz drummer Chico Hamilton; played Captain Dobey on Starsky and Hutch tv cop drama (1975-9)
born on 6-12-1928 in Los Angeles, California
expired 12-30-2008 in Los Angeles, California   age 80   cause: cardiac arrest
actress  Carrie Hamilton   daughter of Carol Burnett & Joe Hamilton
born on 12-5-1963
expired 1-19-2002 in Los Angeles, California   age 38   cause: lung cancer
   Contest Selectors
2002 TMTX9.1%
   Scored 11.2000 solo points

race car driver  Charles Robert "Bobby" Hamilton Sr.
born on 5-29-1957 in Nashville, Tennessee
expired 1-7-2007 in Mount Juliet, Tennessee   age 49   cause: head & neck cancer
   Contest Selectors
2007LMLD, RAVN6.5%
   Scored 8.8500 points

Oklahoma death row inmate  Corey Duane Hamilton
born on 1-1-1969
expired 1-9-2007 in McAlester, Oklahoma   age 38   cause: executed; lethal injection
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 8.7781 points

classical author  Edith Hamilton   organizer of Bryn Mawr School, its headmistress from 1906 to 1922; wrote a definitive book on greek mythology
born on 8-12-1867 in Dresden, Saxony, Germany
expired 5-31-1963 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 95
character actor  John Rummel Hamilton   remembered for playing Daily Planet editor Perry White on originaltv Superman series (1952-7)
born on 1-16-1886 in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania
expired 10-15-1958 in Glendale, California   age 72   cause: heart attack
tv producer  Joseph Henry Michael "Joe" Hamilton Jr.   ex-husband of Carol Burnett
born on 1-6-1929 in Los Angeles, California
expired 6-9-1991 in Brentwood, California   age 62
actress  Lois Hamilton   best known for displaying her breasts (before they started to sag) to the likes of John Candy (in Summer Rental; 1985)
¤born: Lois I. Aurino «or» Areno 
born on 10-14-1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 12-23-1999 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil   age 56   cause: suicide; pills, plastic bag over head
character actress  Margaret Brainard Hamilton   played Oz's wicked witches (East & West)
born on 9-12-1902 in Cleveland, Ohio
expired 5-17-1985 in Salisbury, Connecticut   age 82
   Contest Selectors
1980 DO, DR12.5%

 Hannibal Hamlin   Vice President in Lincoln's first term during the Civil War
born on 8-27-1809 in Paris Hill, Maine
expired 7-4-1891 in Bangor, Maine   age 81
cartoonist  Vincent Hamlin   created Alley Oop strip (1933)
born on 5-10-1900 in Iowa
expired 6-14-1993   age 93
to next U.N. Secretary General: U Thantto previous U.N. Secretary General: Trygve Lie Swedish diplomat  Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjöld   second U.N. Secretary General (1953-61); posthumously awarded the Nobel peace prize
born on 7-29-1905 in Jonköping, Sweden
expired 9-18-1961 in Ndola, Rhodesia   age 56   cause: plane crash
Dr.  Armand Hammer   chairman of Occidental Petroleum (1957-90); ran a Russian pencil factor when he was a "friend" of Lenin
born on 5-21-1898 in New York, New York
expired 12-10-1990   age 92
   Contest Selectors
1979 DW, RR15.4%
1980 RR6.3%

Armand's widow  Frances B. Hammer
born on 4-4-1902
expired 12-16-1989   age 87
Broadway librettist & producer  Oscar Hammerstein II   won Pulitzer Prize in 1950
born on 7-12-1895 in New York, New York
expired 8-23-1960 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania   age 65
Broadway producer/director  William Hammerstein   son of Oscar
born on 10-26-1918
expired 3-9-2001 in Washington, Connecticut   age 82
detective novel author  Samuel Dashiell Hammett   wrote The Maltese Falcon; creator of Sam Spade & Nick Charles (The Thin Man)
born on 5-27-1894 in Saint Mary's County, Maryland
expired 1-10-1961 in New York, New York   age 66
AKS: Hammet Hamett Hamet
filmmaker  Alexander Hammid   co-produced To Be Alive! & To Fly with Francis Thompson
¤born: Alexandr Hackenschmied 
born on 12-17-1907 in Linz, Austria-Hungary
expired 7-26-2004 in New York, New York   age 96
mathematician & Bell Labs researcher  Richard Wesley Hamming   came up with Parity (Hamming) Codes & the Hamming Window digital filters; 1968 A.M. Turing Award winner
born on 2-11-1915 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 1-7-1998 in Monterey, California   age 82   cause: heart attack
former bush pilot  Jay Sterner Hammond   during his tenure as governor of Alaska (1975-82) the Alaska Pipeline was constructed; he lead the creation of the Alaska Permanent Fund
born on 7-21-1922 in Troy, New York
expired 8-2-2005 in Lake Clark, Alaska   age 83
electric organ inventor  Laurens Hammond
born on 1-11-1895 in Evanston, Illinois
expired 7-1-1973 in Cornwall, Connecticut   age 78
Harvard classics scholar/professor  Mason Hammond   author of The Augustan Principate (1933), The Menaechmi of Plautus (1933) & The Antonine Monarchy (1959)
born on 2-14-1903 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 10-13-2002 in Cambridge, Massachusetts   age 99
sick kid  Michael Hammond   afflicted with epidermolysis bullosa; required 2 cans of Crisco daily, applied to his skin, to ease the pain of the disease
expired 2-14-1981 in Gainesville, Florida   age 10   cause: cardiac arrest
ancient Babylonian ruler  King Hammurabi   started the Tower of Babel; proclaimed a Code of Law
born on ??-??-1792 BC
expired ??-??-1750 BC in Babylon   age 42
David's mug shot con man  David Hampton   in 1983 ran con pretending to be Sidney Poitier's son — it was the inspiration for the play & movie Six Degrees of Separation
¤aka: "David Hampton-Montilio", "Patrick Owens", "David Poitier", "Anntonio Jones" 
born on --1964 in Buffalo, New York
expired 6-??-2003 in Manhattan, New York, New York   age 39   cause: AIDS
vibraphone artist  Lionel Leo Hampton
born on 4-20-1908 in Louisville, Kentucky
expired 8-31-2002 in New York, New York   age 94   cause: heart failure
   Contest Selectors
2000 ANG, BOD29%
2001 ANG, BOD25%
2002 ANG, BOD, JAC27.3%
   Scored 3.7250 points

radio d.j.  Hunter D. Hancock   an early rhythm-and-blues & rock 'n' rock platter spinner (1943-66); in 1962 convicted of failing to pay income taxes on the payola he received
born on 4-21-1916 in Uvalde, Texas
expired 8-4-2004 in Claremont, California   age 88
to next U.S. president: Nathaniel Gormanto previous U.S. president: Richard Henry Leeto next U.S. president: Henry Laurensto previous U.S. president: Peyton Randolph forgotten U.S. president  John Hancock   fifth president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Association (5/24/1775-7/4/1776); first signatory to the Declaration of Independence & first president of the Continental Congress under the Declaration of Independence (7/4/1776-10/30/1777); fifth president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation (11/23/1785-6/5/1786); 9-time Massachusetts governor (1780-1793)
born on 1-12-1737 in Braintree, Massachusetts
expired 10-8-1793 in Quincy, Massachusetts   age 56
rotund actor  John Hancock
born on 3-4-1941
expired 10-13-1992   age 51   cause: heart attack
cartoonist  Malcolm C. Hancock
born on 5-20-1936
expired 2-16-1993   age 56
U.S. Court of Appeals judge (1924-51)  Billings Learned Hand   Harold Russell's understudy during World War II
born on 1-27-1872 in Albany, New York
expired 8-18-1961 in New York, New York   age 89
actor/comedian  Stanley Myron Handelman
born on 11-21-1929 in Brooklyn, New York, New York
expired 8-5-2007 in Panorama City, California   age 77   cause: heart attack
cartoonist  John Bernard "Bud" Handelsman   his work appeared in The New Yorker (1961-2006), Playboy & Punch
¤born: Bernard Handelsman
adopted first name "John" 
born on 2-5-1922 in The Bronx, New York, New York
expired 6-20-2007 in Southampton, New York   age 85   cause: lung cancer
Mattel co-founder  Elliot Handler   named the Barbie Doll after his daughter; invented the Hot Wheels toy cars
born on 4-9-1916 in Chicago. Illinois
expired 7-21-2011 in Century City, Los Angeles, California   age 95   cause: heart failure
Mattel co-founder (1942)  Ruth Handler   Barbie Doll creator; named doll after her daughter
¤née: Mosko
Mrs. Elliot Handler 
born on 11-4-1916 in Denver, Colorado
expired 4-27-2002 in Century City, California   age 85   cause: complications from colon cancer surgery
Nathan's widow  Ida Greenwald Handwerker   co-founded famous Coney Island stand at Surf & Stillwell Avenues (1916)
born on 9-25-1897
expired 12-24-1976 in Miami Beach, Florida   age 79
tubesteak purveyor  Murray Handwerker   son of Nathan's Coney Island founder
born on 7-25-1921 in Coney Island, New York, New York
expired 5-14-2011 in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida   age 89   cause: dementia
Nathan's Hot Dog impresario  Nathan Handwerker   co-founded famous Coney Island stand at Surf & Stillwell Avenues (1916)
born on 6-14-1892
expired 3-1-1974 in Sarasota, Florida   age 83   cause: heart attack
Olympic athlete  Henry Jamison Handy
born on 3-6-1886
expired 11-14-1983   age 97
jazz trumpeter & composer  William Christopher Handy   wrote the St. Louis Blues
born on 11-16-1873 in Florence, Alabama
expired 3-28-1958 in New York, New York   age 84
caracter actress  Anne Haney   played Rishon Uxbridge in Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Survivors (1989)
born on 3-4-1934 in Memphis, Tennessee
expired 5-26-2001 in Studio City, California   age 67   cause: congestive heart failure
Haney, Abbott & their board game former "Montreal Gazette" photo editor  Christopher Haney   co-inventor of the Trivial Pursuit game (12-15-1979)
born on 8-9-1950 in Welland, Ontario, Canada
expired 5-31-2010 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada   age 59   cause: kidney & circulatory illness
 Mary Ella Hanford   Libby Dole's mom
¤née: Cathey 
born on 5-22-1901 in Statesville, North Carolina
expired 1-14-2004 in Salisbury, North Carolina   age 102
   Contest Selectors

South African apartheid fighter  Martin Thembisile "Chris" Hani   member of the South African Communist Party; murdered by South African "Security" Forces in jail (Janusz Waluś & Clive Derby-Lewis)
born on 6-28-1942 in Cofimvaba, Transkei, South Africa
expired 4-10-1993   age 50   cause: murdered
Texas death row inmate  Terry Lee Hankins
born on 10-10-1974
expired 6-2-2009 in Huntsville, Texas   age 34   cause: executed; lethal injection
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 11.6000 solo points

jazz pianist  Roland Pembroke Hanna
born on 2-10-1932 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 11-13-2002 in Hackensack, New Jersey   age 70   cause: viral infection of the heart
animator  William Denby Hanna   partner of Joseph Barbera
born on 7-14-1910 in Melrose, New Mexico
expired 3-21-2001 in North Hollywood, California   age 90
   Contest Selectors
2001 RR12½%
   Scored 6.0000 solo points

ex-Michigan State University president (1941-69)  John Alfred Hannah   first chairman of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; ex-director of the Agency for International Development
born on 10-9-1902 in Grand Rapids, Michigan
expired 2-23-1991 in Kalamazoo, Michigan   age 88
   Contest Selectors
1979 HA, RR15.4%
1980 DW, RR, VA18.8%

former ABA/NBA coach  Alex Hannum
born on 7-19-1923 in Los Angeles, California
expired 1-18-2002 in San Diego, California   age 78
dramatist  Lorraine Vivian Hansberry   wrote Raisin in the Sun (1959)
born on 5-19-1930 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 1-12-1965 in New York, New York   age 34   cause: cancer
pogo stick inventor (1919)  George B. Hansburg
born on 10-24-1888
expired 12-3-1975 in Miami, Florida   age 87
pro wrassler  Eric Hansen
¤aka: "Eric the Red
expired 11-9-1978   age 34   cause: hit by automobile
cruciverbalist  Frances Mable Hansen   her 83rd & last puzzle for the New York Times appeared in the Christmas 2004 edition of their Sunday magazine
¤née: Tucker 
born on 6-21-1919 in Arlington, New Jersey
expired 7-9-2004 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey   age 85   cause: complications from stroke
swing arm lamp designer  George W. Hansen   his design was introduced in the 1940s
born on 5-13-1909 in Cambridge, Massachusetts
expired 12-4-2001 in New York, New York   age 92
Dr.  Gerhard Henrik Armauer Hansen   discoverer of the bacillus that causes leprosy (1873)
born on 7-29-1841 in Bergen, Norway
expired 2-12-1912 in Florø, Norway   age 70
AKS: Hanson
electrical engineer  Siegfried Hansen   his efforts to improve the vacuum tube left to the development of the hard space suit now used in NASA space missions
born on 3-29-1912 in San Francisco, California
expired 6-28-2002 in Los Angeles, California   age 90
conductor & composer  Howard Hanson
born on 10-28-1896 in Wahoo, Nebraska
expired 2-26-1981 in Rochester, New York   age 84
   Contest Selectors
1980 GP6.3%

British plutocrat  James Edward Hanson
¤title: Lord Hanson 
born on 1-20-1922 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England
expired 11-1-2004 in Newbury, Berkshire, England   age 82   cause: prostate cancer
to next U.S. president: Elias Boudinotto previous U.S. president: Thomas McKean First U.S. president  John Hanson   first president of the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation (11/5/1781-11/3/1782); declared the first Thanksgiving Holiday to be the fourth Thursday in November (1782)
born on 4-13-1715 in Mulberry Grove, near Port Tobacco, Maryland
expired 11-22-1783 in Oxon Hill, Maryland   age 68
businessman  John K. Hanson   with wife co-founded Modernistic Industries of Iowa (later renamed Winnebago) & Manufacturer's Bank and Trust (both in Forest City, Winnebago County, Iowa)
born on 6-22-1913
expired 6-27-1996 in Forest City, Iowa   age 83
Winnebago co-founder  Luise Adelheid Hanson   with husband also co-founded the Manufacturers Bank and Trust in Forest City, Iowa
¤née: Voss 
born on 6-7-1913 in Grundy County, Iowa
expired 10-19-2003 in Stuart, Florida   age 90
former Army Air Corps Tech/Sgt  Robert J. Hanson   was the last surviving crew member of the Memphis Belle bomber (he was the radio operator)
born on 5-25-1920 in Walla Walla, Washington
expired 10-1-2005 in Albuquerque, New Mexico   age 85   cause: congestive heart failure
child actress  Shirley Mills Hanson   played the young Ruthie Joad in The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
born on 4-8-1926 in Tacoma, Washington
expired 3-31-2010 in Arcadia, California   age 83   cause: complications from pneumonia
Count  Maximillian Eugene of Habsburg   brother of Charles Francis Joseph (last Austro-Hungarian Emperor)
expired 1-17-1952 in Nice, France   age 56   cause: heart attack
Wizard of Oz lyricist  Edgar Yipsel "Yip" Harburg   wrote Over the Rainbow (1939); also co-wrote April in Paris (from Walk a Little Faster), Brother Can You Spare a Dime (from the review Americana) & Its Only a Paper Moon (1933; from The Great Magoo); co-wrote score to Cabin in the Sky (1940)
born on 4-8-1896 in New York, New York
expired 3-5-1981 in Los Angeles, California   age 84   cause: head-on car crash on Sunset Boulevard
   Contest Selectors
1980 RR6.3%

old U.S. Civil War veteran  James A. Hard   next-to-last survivor of the Union Army
expired 3-11-1953 in Rochester, New York   age 111
an automat Automat co-founder  Frank Hardart Sr.   opened first U.S. automat in Philadelphia (1902); last one closed in NYC (1991)
born on --1850 in Bavaria, Germany
expired 12-10-1918 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   age 68
to next English ruler: Edward the Confessorto previous English ruler: Harold I English King (1040-1042)  Hardecanute   son of Canute; last of the Danish kings of England
¤Old English spelling: Harthacnut 
born on --1018
expired 6-8-1042 in Lambeth, England   age 24
restauranteur  Wilber Hardee   opened the first Hardee's burger palace in his home town of Greenville, North Carolina (1960); lost his shares in the business in a poker game
born on 8-15-1918 in Martin County, North Carolina
expired 6-20-2008 in Greenville, Pitt County, North Carolina   age 89
AKS: Wilbur Hardie
Sir  Arthur Harden   shared the 1929 Nobel prize in chemistry
born on 10-12-1865 in Manchester, Lancashire, England
expired 6-17-1940 in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire, England   age 74
former Cleveland pitcher (1928-47)  Melvin Leroy Harder   also served as Indian's pitching coach (1948-63)
born on 10-15-1909 in Beemer, Nebraska
expired 10-20-2002 in Chardon, Ohio   age 93
economist  Clifford Morris Hardin   was Nixon Agriculture Secretary (1969-71)
born on 10-9-1915 in Knightstown, Indiana
expired 4-4-2010 in Lincoln, Nebraska   age 94   cause: renal failure; congestive heart failure
blind avant-garde composer  Louis Thomas Hardin   lost sight at age 16 from blasting cap accident
¤aka: "Moondog" 
born on 5-26-1916 in Maryville, Kansas
expired 9-8-1999 in Münster, Germany   age 83   cause: heart failure
songwriter  Tim Hardin   wrote If I Were a Carpenter
born on 12-23-1941 in Eugene, Oregon
expired 12-29-1980 in Hollywood, California   age 39
former Braniff president/CEO (1965-80)  Lawrence L. Harding
born on 7-15-1920 in Perkins, Oklahoma
expired 1-16-2002 in Mustique, Saint Vincent, West Indies   age 81   cause: pancreatic cancer
to next U.S. president: Calvin Coolidgeto previous U.S. president: Woodrow Wilson feckless Ohio politician  Warren Gamaliel Harding   29th U.S. president (1921-23); Teapot Dome scandal happened during his presidency
born on 11-2-1865 in Corsica, Ohio
expired 8-2-1923 in San Francisco, California   age 57   cause: "apoplexy"; heart attack; ptomaine
retired land surveyor  Warren J. Harding   a pioneering rock climber: first to scale Yosemite's El Capitan (1958)
¤nickname: "Batso" 
born on 6-18-1924 in Oakland, California
expired 2-27-2002 in Happy Valley, Shasta County, California   age 77   cause: liver failure
British actor Sir  Cedric Webster Hardwicke   played Dr. Ludwig Frankenstein in The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) and the pharaoh Seti in The Ten Commandments (1956)
born on 2-19-1893 in Lye, England
expired 8-6-1964 in New York, New York   age 71
Arnold Hardy's Pultizer prize-winning photo of Daisy McCumber's desperation leap from the 11th floor of Atlanta's burining Winecoff Hotel former Georgia Tech graduate student and amateur photographer  Arnold E. Hardy   won the 1947 Pulitzer Prize in photography for his December 7, 1946 picture of a woman falling 11 stories from Atlanta's blazing Winecoff Hotel (119 died, but she didn't); he was the first to win in that category as an amateur; he went on to found an X-ray equipment business
born on 2-2-1922
expired 12-5-2007 in Atlanta, Georgia   age 85   cause: complications following hip surgery
retired University of Hawaii entomologist Dr.  D. Elmo Hardy   had over 50 species of flies named after him
born on 9-3-1914 in Lehi, Utah
expired 10-17-2002 in Honolulu, Hawaii   age 88
U. Mississippi cardiac surgeon Dr.  James D. Hardy   performed first heart transplant (a chimpanzee heart) into a human - the recipient died after 90 minutes (1964)
born on 5-14-1918 in Newala, Alabama
expired 2-19-2003 in Jackson, Mississippi   age 84   cause: pneumonia; heart failure
World War I-era veteran  Moses Hardy   had been the oldest living man in the U.S. & second oldest in the world; oldest known combat veteran ever
born on 1-6-1893 in Aberdeen, Mississippi
expired 12-7-2006 in Aberdeen, Mississippi   age 113
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 3.7000 solo points

comedian  Oliver Norvell Hardy Jr.   partnered with Stan Laurel; he's the fat one
born on 1-18-1892 in Harlem, Georgia
expired 8-7-1957 in North Hollywood, California   age 65
second head of Mossad (1952-63)  Isser Harel   conducted the kidnapping of Adolf Eichman from Argentina (1960)
¤born: Isser Halperin 
born on --1912 in Vitebsk, Russia
expired 2-18-2003 in Petah Tiqwah, Israel   age 91
The Exodus 1947, loaded with concentration camp survivors  Yossi Harel   commander of the Exodus 1947 project that attempted to bring concentration camp survivors to Palestine; on July 18, 1947 the ship was violently turned away from Haifa (3 killed & hundreds injured) with the passengers taken by the British to a former Nazi SS camp near Hamburg; it was a public relations disaster for the British and lead the fledgling UN to create the State of Israel the following May; the book Exodus (1958) was inspired by the events
¤born: Yossef Hamburger 
born on 1-4-1918 in Jerusalem, Ottoman Palestine
expired 4-26-2008 in Tel Aviv, Israel   age 90   cause: heart attack
Indiana University biochemistry professor Dr.  Rolla N. Harger   inventor of the Drunkometer (1931)
born on 1-14-1890 in Decatur County, Kansas
expired 8-8-1983 in Indianapolis, Indiana   age 93
Christian Crusade evangelist  Billy James Hargis Sr.   staunch anti-communist rabble rouser
born on 8-3-1925 in Texarkana, Texas
expired 11-27-2004 in Tulsa, Oklahoma   age 79   cause: Alzheimer's disease
muscle-man and actor  Miklos "Mickey" Hargitay   winner of the 1955 Mr. America/Olympia/Universe titles; one-time husband of Jayne Mansfield; father of Mariska
born on 1-6-1926 in Budapest, Hungary
expired 9-14-2006 in Los Angeles, California   age 80   cause: multiple myeloma
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 7.0000 solo points

author & tv writer  Edward Thomas Marion Lawton Hargrove Jr.   wrote See Here, Private Hargrove
born on 10-13-1919 in Mount Olive, North Carolina
expired 8-23-2003 in Long Beach, California   age 83   cause: complications from pneumonia
artist  Keith Haring
born on 5-4-1958 in Kutztown, Pennsylvania
expired 2-16-1990 in New York, New York   age 31   cause: AIDS
frequent Lebanese premier  Rafik Baha al-din Hariri   headed government from 1992 to 1998, again 2000 to 2004; complained of Syrian interference in country
born on 11-1-1944 in Şaydā, Lebanon (Sidon)
expired 2-14-2005 in Beirut, Lebanon   age 60   cause: car bomb
AKS: Sayda Sidon
physicist  William Draper Harkins   in 1915 advanced the theory that hydrogen fusion into helium liberates energy, the basis of the H-bomb
born on 12-28-1873 in Titusville, Pennsylvania
expired 3-7-1951 in Chicago, Illinois   age 77
former Supreme Court justice (1955-71)  John Marshall Harlan Jr.
born on 5-20-1899 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 12-29-1971 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 72   cause: cancer
movie actress  Jean Harlow   star of Hell's Angels (1930), Platinum Blond & Dinner at Eight (1933)
¤real name: Harlean Carpenter 
born on 3-3-1911 in Kansas City, Missouri
expired 6-7-1937 in Los Angeles, California   age 26   cause: cerebral edema; uremic poisoning; acute nephritis
cop-turned-rocker  David Harman   leader of the band Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich
¤aka: "Dave Dee" 
born on 12-17-1943 in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
expired 1-9-2009 in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, England   age 65   cause: prostate cancer
cartoonist  Fred Harman Sr.   created the Red Ryder comic strip character (drew strip 1938-62)
born on 2-9-1902 in Saint Joseph, Missouri
expired 1-2-1982 in Phoenix, Arizona   age 79   cause: complications from stroke
AKS: Harmon
Harman-Kardon co-founder (1953)  Sidney Harman   husband of former congresswoman Jane Harman; had been an owner of Newsweek-The Daily Beast
born on 8-4-1918 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
expired 4-12-2011 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 92   cause: complications of acute myeloid leukemia
tv clown  Larry Harmon   second person to portray Bozo the Clown; eventually bought up all rights to the character
¤born: Lawrence Weiss 
born on 1-2-1925 in Toledo, Ohio
expired 7-3-2008 in Los Angeles, California   age 83   cause: congestive heart failure
Heisman Trophy winner  Thomas Dudley "Tom" Harmon   University of Michigan halfback (1938-40); father of actor Mark Harmon
¤nickname: "Old 98" 
born on 9-28-1919 in Rensselaer, Indiana
expired 3-15-1990 in Los Angeles, California   age 70
retired confectioner  Dorothy B. Harmsen   co-founded the Jolly Rancher Candy company (1949)
born on 9-3-1914 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
expired 8-29-2006 in Denver, Colorado   age 91   cause: heart attack
Jolly Rancher Candy Co. co-founder (1949)  William D. "Bill" Harmsen Sr.
born on 6-20-1912 in Saint Paul, Minnesota
expired 4-10-2002 in Wheat Ridge, Colorado   age 89   cause: prostate cancer
actress  Virginia Harned   created the role of Trilby in Svengali in 1895
expired 4-29-1946 in New York, New York   age 74
to next English ruler: Hardecanuteto previous English ruler: Canute English King (1035-1040)  Harold I Harefoot   bastard son of Canute
born on --1016
expired 3-17-1040 in London, England   age 23
to next English ruler: William I the Conquererto previous English ruler: Edward the Confessor English King (January 6-October 14, 1066)  Harold II   son of Godwin, Earl of Wessex; last Saxon king of England
born on --1020 in East Anglia, England
expired 10-14-1066 in Hastings, Sussex, England   age 46   cause: battle wounds
professional golfer  Chandler Harper   won 1950 PGA Championship; mentor to Curtis Strange
born on 3-10-1914 in Portsmouth, Virginia
expired 11-8-2004 in Portsmouth, Virginia   age 90   cause: complications from pneumonia
commercial advertising actress  Ethel Ernestine Harper   portrayed Aunt Jemima in late 1950s
born on 9-17-1903
expired 3-31-1979 in Morristown, New Jersey   age 75   cause: heart attack
Texas prison escapee  Larry James Harper
born on 9-10-1963
expired 1-22-2001 in Woodland Park, Colorado   age 37   cause: suicide; gunshot to heart
   Contest Selectors
2001 TEX12½%
   Scored 11.3000 solo points

casino owner & classic car collector  William Fisk Harrah   briefly married to Bobbie Gentry
born on 9-2-1911 in South Pasadena, California
expired 6-30-1978 in Rochester, Minnesota   age 66   cause: aortal aneurism
lowlife  Charles Voyde Harrelson   gambler; convicted of murdering a Federal Judge (a contract hit); after escaping from another prison got sent to the Federal Supermax; indicentally, was the father of actor Woody Harrelson
born on 7-23-1938 in Lovelady, Texas
expired 3-15-2007 in Florence, Colorado   age 68
Nazi mountaineer/geographer  Heinrich Harrer   was a member of the Austrian Sturmabteilung (SA) starting in 1934; promoted to the SS after Austria joined the Third Reich (1938); husband of Lotte Wegener (daughter of geophysicist Alfred Wegener); captured while mountaineering in India during World War II, escaped into Tibet & met the Dali Lama; wrote a book about the adventure "Sieben Jahre in Tibet" (1953; "Seven Years in Tibet")
born on 7-6-1912 in Hüttenberg, Carinthia, Austria
expired 1-7-2006 in Freisach, Carinthia, Austria   age 93
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 5.7000 solo points

München journalist  Karl Harrer   co-founded German Workers Party (DAP --- Deutsche Arbeiter Partei) predecessor of the Nazi Party
born on 10-8-1890
expired 9-5-1926   age 35
American League president (1931-58)  Will Harridge   his legacy: banning midgets from the game
born on 10-16-1886 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 4-9-1971 in Evanston, Illinois   age 84
 Marie Norton Harriman   second wife of W. Averell (1930-70)
born on 4-10-1903 in New York, New York
expired 9-26-1970 in Georgetown, Maryland   age 67   cause: heart attack
socialite  Pamela Digby Harriman   widow of W. Averell
born on 3-20-1920 in Farnsborough, England
expired 2-5-1997 in Paris, France   age 76   cause: cerebral hemorrhage
 William Averell Harriman
born on 11-15-1891 in New York, New York
expired 7-26-1986 in Yorktown Heights, New York   age
   Contest Selectors
1979 MM, RR15.4%
1980 DH, HP, MM, RR25.0%

actress  Anna Short Harrington   portrayed Aunt Jemima (1935-55)
born on --1897 in near Cheraw, South Carolina
expired ??-??-1935 in Syracuse, New York   age 58   cause: complications from diabetes
vaudeville musicician/comedian  Daniel Patrick "Pat" Harrington Sr.
expired 9-2-1965 in New York, New York   age 64
socialist author  Edward Michael Harrington
born on 2-24-1928 in Saint Louis, Missouri
expired 7-31-1989   age 61   cause: cancer
retired U.S. Army Sgt. Major  William Harrington III   one of the last buffalo soldiers
born on 6-??-1894 in Anniston, Alabama
expired 4-??-1994   age 99
original Shirelles singer  Addie "Micki" Harris
¤marrie surname: McPherson 
born on 1-22-1940 in Passaic, New Jersey
expired 6-10-1982 in Atlanta, Georgia   age 42   cause: heart attack
actress  Cassandra Harris   wife of Pierce Brosnan
¤born: Sandra Colleen Waites 
born on 12-15-1952 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
expired 12-28-1991 in Los Angeles, California   age 39   cause: ovarian cancer
Texas death row inmate  Danny Harris
expired 7-30-1993   age 32
NBC correspondent  Don Harris   murdered after visiting People's Temple cult headquarters in Jonestown, Guyana
born on 9-8-1936 in Montgomery County, Georgia
expired 11-18-1978 in Port Kaituma, Guyana   age 42   cause: bullet wounds
original Ms. Magazine publisher  Elizabeth Forsling Harris
born on 1-8-1922 in Greeneville, Tennessee
expired 7-14-1999 in New York, New York   age 77   cause: complications from emphysema
famed pro wrassler  Houston Harris   famous for the "Coco butt" head slam
¤aka: "Bobo Brazil
born on 7-10-1924 in Little Rock, Arkansas
expired 1-20-1998 in Saint Joseph, Michigan   age 74   cause: heart failure
criminally-irresponsible clothing manufacturer  Isaac Harris   co-owner of the Triangle Shirtwaist Company; on March 25, 1911 a fire in the factory killed over 140 women
born on --1870s in Russia
expired --   age
Sir  Jack Wolfred Ashford Harris
born on 7-23-1906
expired 8-26-2009 in Whitby, Porirua, Wellington Region, New Zeeland   age 103
Atlanta Constitution editor (1890-1900)  Joel Chandler Harris   created Uncle Remus and the tales immortalized in Song of the South
born on 12-9-1848 in Eatonton, Georgia
expired 7-3-1908 in Atlanta, Georgia   age 59
science fiction writer  John Beynon Harris   wrote Day of the Trifids & The Midwich Cuckoos (movie title Village of the Damned, remade as Children of the Damned)
¤wrote under the pseudonym John Wyndham 
expired 3-11-1969 in London, England   age 65
character actor  Jonathan Harris   played Dr. Zachary Smith on the Lost in Space tv series ("... the pain, the pain ...")
¤born: Jonathan Charasuchin 
born on 11-6-1919 in New York, New York
expired 11-3-2002 in Encino, California   age 87   cause: cardiac blood clot
   Contest Selectors
2000 SPAM14%
2001 ROTS12½%
2002 JAC9.1%
   Scored 6.3000 solo points

character actor  Julius W. Harris   replaced Godfrey Cambridge as Idi Amin in Victory at Entebbe (1970); played Tee Hee in Live and Let Die (1973) and Inspector Daniels in The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)
born on 8-17-1923 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 10-17-2004 in Woodland Hills, California   age 81   cause: heart failure
educator & author  Mark Harris   retired from teaching English at Arizona State University (1980-2001); wrote Bang the Drum Slowly (novel: 1956; screenplay)
¤born: Mark Harris Finkelstein 
born on 11-19-1922 in Mount Vernon, New York
expired 5-30-2007 in Santa Barbara, California   age    cause: complications from Alzheimer's disease
silent screen sctress  Mildred Harris   first wife of Charlie Chaplin (divorced in 1922)
born on 11-29-1901 in Cheyenne, Wyoming
expired 7-20-1944 in Los Angeles, California   age 42
cover of the May 1956 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & model Delores Taylor cover of the November 1956 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & Art Paul with model Anna Kirstein cover of the February 1957 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & Art Paul with model Jayne Mansfield cover of the March 1957 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & Art Paul with model/centerfold Sandra Edwards cover of the May 1957 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & Art Paul
cover of the December 1957 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris & Art Paul with model/centerfolds Lisa Winters and Linda Vargas cover of the January 1958 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris with models/centerfolds Lisa Winters, Marian Stafford, June Blair, Gloria Walker, Gloria Windsor & Jean Jani cover of the February 1958 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris with an unidentified model on ice skates cover of the March 1958 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris with models Brigitte Bardot and Michiko Hamamura cover of the April 1958 issue of 'Playboy' magazine featuring the artistry of Norm Harris with model Marilyn Dann
former Playboy associate art director (1955-58)  Norman "Norm" Harris
born on 2-13-1923 in Oak Park, Illinois
expired 6-18-2013 in Chicago, Illinois   age 90
(l to r): Earl Carroll, Jack Benny, W.C. Fields, Eddie Cantor & Patricia Donnelly Miss America 1939  Patricia Mary Donnelly Harris   was a throat cancer survivor
¤widow of Mr. Robin Harris 
born on 10-30-1919 in Detroit, Michigan
expired 10-25-2009 in Naples, Florida   age
Carter HUD secretary (1977-79)  Patricia Roberts Harris   Ambassador to Luxembourg (1965-67)
born on 5-31-1924 in Mattoon, Illinois
expired 3-23-1985 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 60
bandleader  Phil Harris   married to Alice Faye
born on 6-24-1904 in Linton, Indiana
expired 8-11-1995   age 91
   Contest Selectors
1979 HFS7.7%

Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame gospel & soul singer  Rebert Harris   former Soul Stirrers lead singer; when he left (1950) he was replaced by Sam Cooke
born on 3-23-1916 in Trinity, Texas
expired 9-3-2000 in Chicago, Illinois   age 84
actor  Richard St. John Harris   warbled MacArthur Park (1967); played Professor Albus Dumbledore in two Harry Potter movies
born on 10-1-1930 in Limerick, Ireland
expired 10-25-2002 in London, England   age 72   cause: lymphatic cancer; Hodgkin's disease
comedian & actor  Robin Harris
born on 8-30-1953 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 3-18-1990 in Chicago, Illinois   age 36
composer  Roy Harris
born on 2-12-1898 in Lincoln County, Oklahoma
expired 10-1-1979 in Santa Monica, California   age 81   cause: stroke
Broadway producer  Sam Henry Harris   once partnered with George M. Cohan; produced Ice Bound (1923), Of Thee I Sing (1932) and You Can't Take It With You (1937), all winners of the Pulitzer prize
born on 2-3-1872 in New York, New York
expired 7-3-1941 in New York, New York   age 69
"voice of the Apollo"  Vivian Harris   long-time performer at Harlem's Apollo Theater; one of the first to dance the Charleston (1923)
born on 12-23-1902 in New York, New York
expired 2-18-2000 in Englewood, New Jersey   age 97
jazz trombonist  Walter Slide Harris
expired 8-8-1976 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 73
to next U.S. president: grover Clevelandto previous U.S. president: Grover Cleveland 23rd U.S. president (1889-93)  Benjamin Harrison   won electoral college but lost popular vote in 1888 election
born on 8-20-1833 in North Bend, Ohio
expired 3-13-1901 in Indianapolis, Indiana   age 67
former Beatle  George Harrison
born on 2-25-1943 in Liverpool, England
expired 11-29-2001 in Hollywood Hills, California   age 58   cause: cancer
   Contest Selectors
2000 BOD, TEX29%
2001 BOD12½%
   Scored 9.2000 solo points

composer  Lou Harison
born on 5-14-1917 in Portland, Oregon
expired 2-2-2003 in Lafayette, Indiana   age 85   cause: heart attack in a Dennys restaurant
actor  Reginald Carey "Rex" Harrison   played Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady
born on 3-5-1908 in Huyton, England
expired 6-2-1990   age 82
   Contest Selectors
1980 BB6.3%

R&B singer  Wilbert H. Harrison   recorded Kansas City in 1959
born on 1-5-1929
expired 10-26-1994   age 65
to next U.S. president: John Tylerto previous U.S. president: Martin Van Buren 9th U.S. president (March 3rd thru April 4th, 1841)  William Henry Harrison   the ultimate pompous windbag - delivered his inaugural address outdoors, in a cold rain, for more than an hour, until he was so chilled that he caught pneumonia
born on 2-9-1773 in Charles City, Virginia
expired 4-4-1841 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 68   cause: septic shock; enteric fever; pneumonia
auto engineer  Ray Harroun   winner of the first Indianapolis 500 race (1911)
born on 1-12-1879 in Spartansburg, Pennsylvania
expired 1-19-1968 in Anderson, Indiana   age 89
AKS: Haroun
1994 Nobel economics co-laureate  John Charles. Harsanyi   expert in "Game Theory"
born on 5-29-1920 in Budapest, Hungary
expired 8-9-2000 in Berkeley, California   age 80   cause: heart attack; Alzheimer's disease
drag racing pioneer  Cloyce Roller "Joe" Hart   first to charge admission to a drag race (1950 @ Orange County Airport)
¤nickname: "Pappy" 
born on 4-29-1911 in Findlay, Ohio
expired 6-25-2004 in Placentia, California   age 93   cause: complications from stroke
AKS: CJ C J C.J. C. J.
1940s magazine cover model  Dorothy Hart   had female lead (Ruth Morrison) in noir classic The Naked City (1948) & Jane in Tarzan's Savage Fury (1952)
born on 4-4-1922 in Cleveland, Ohio
expired 7-11-2004 in Arden, North Carolina   age 82   cause: complications from Alzheimer's disease
Titanic survivor  Eva Hart
born on 1-31-1905 in Ilford, Essex, England
expired 2-14-1996 in London, England   age 91
obscure tv actor  John L. Hart   replaced Clayton Moore as The Lone Ranger for 54 episodes (1950-53); was also Narbo on Rawhide (1959-65)
born on 12-13-1917 in Los Angeles, California
expired 9-20-2009 in Rosarito Beach, Mexico   age 91   cause: complications from dementia
1978 Reuben Award winner cartoonist  John Lewis "Johnny" Hart   created the B.C. strip (1958); was co-creator of The Wizard of Id strip (1964); received the Reuben Award from the National Cartoonist Society for being the Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year (1968)
born on 2-18-1931 in Endicott, New York
expired 4-7-2007 in Nineveh, New York   age 76   cause: stroke
actress/game show panelist  Kitty Carlisle Hart   widow of Moss Hart
¤born: Catherine Conn 
born on 9-3-1910 in New Orleans, Louisiana
expired 4-17-2007 in New York, New York   age 96   cause: heart failure; pneumonia
   Contest Selectors
2001KLS, ROTS25%
2004ADWC, ANG, KLS, PCD22.2%
2005ADWC, ANG, KLS, NFG, PCD, QKU26.1%
2006ADWC, ANG, KLS, NFG, QKU16.7%
   Scored 2.9195 points

AKS: Katherine
Notre Dame end (1946-49)  Leon Joseph Hart Sr.   winner of the Heisman Trophy (1949)
born on 11-2-1928 in Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania
expired 9-24-2002 in South Bend, Indiana   age 73   cause: complications from duodenal ulcer; prostate cancer
lyricist  Lorenz Hart   collaborator with Richard Rodgers
born on 5-2-1895 in New York, New York
expired 11-22-1943 in New York, New York   age 48
Project Gutenberg founder (1971)  Michael Stern Hart   Inventor of electronic books; also a crank, curmudgeon, pain-in-the-ass, ...
born on 3-8-1947 in Tacoma, Washington
expired 9-6-2011 in Urbana, Illinois   age 64   cause: heart attack
playwright  Moss Hart
¤real name: Robert Arnold Conrad 
born on 10-24-1904 in New York, New York
expired 12-20-1961 in Palm Springs, California   age 57
WWF wrassler  Owen James Hart   brother of wrassler Bret Hart
¤aka: "The Blue Blazer
born on 5-7-1965 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada
expired 5-23-1999 in Kansas City, Missouri   age 34   cause: fell 50 feet to ring, hit head against turnbuckel
Michigan senator (1958-76)  Philip Aloysius Hart
born on 7-10-1912 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
expired 12-26-1976 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 64   cause: cancer
government agent  Richard A. Hart   brother of Al Capone
¤born: James Capone 
expired 9-30-1952 in Homer, Nebraska   age 60
former wrassler  Stu Hart   patriarch of family of wrasslers; father of Bret Hart
born on 5-3-1915 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
expired 10-16-2003 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada   age 88   cause: pneumonia; diabetes
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 6.2000 solo points

moralistic silent screen cowboy actor  William Surrey Hart   played Massala in the 1907 Ben Hur; co-founded United Artists studio; career went on skids after slipping out of a paternity suit; his estate was turned into a park in Los Aangeles
born on 12-6-1864 in Newburgh, New York
expired 6-23-1946 in Newhall, California   age 81
retired jockey  William John "Bill" Hartack   a five-time winner of the Kentucky Derby
born on 12-9-1932 in Ebensburg, Pennsylvania
expired 11-26-2007 in Freer, Webb County, Texas   age 74   cause: heart disease
western author  Francis Brett Harte   wrote The Outcasts of Poker Flat
¤pen name: Bret Harte 
born on 8-25-1836 in Albany, New York
expired 5-2-1902 in London, England   age 65   cause: cancer
Nazi Elite Guard commander  Wilhelm Hartenstein
expired 2-13-1944 in Russian front   age ??   cause: bullet wounds
A&P founder  George Huntington Hartford Sr.   founded the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company in 1869
born on 9-5-1833 in Augusta, Maine
expired 8-29-1917 in Spring Lake, New Jersey   age 83
one-time A&P heir  George Huntington Hartford II   grandson/nephew of the A&P founders; blew most of his wealth on bad artsie-fartsie drech
born on 4-18-1911 in New York, New York
expired 5-19-2008 in Lyford Cay, Nassau, Bahamas   age 97
licensed riverboat pilot  John Hartford   singer, songwriter, banjo player; wrote Gentle On My Mind
¤born: John Harford 
born on 12-30-1937 in New York, New York
expired 6-4-2001 in Nashville, Tennessee   age 63   cause: cancer
former Indiana senator (1959-77)  Rupert Vance Hartke   briefly an anti-war presidential candidate (1972)
born on 5-31-1919 in Stendal, Indiana
expired 7-27-2003 in Fairfax, Virginia   age 84   cause: heart failure
New Jersey representative (1929-48)  Fred Allen Hartley Jr.   co-author of the Taft-Hartley Act (1946)
born on 2-22-1902 in Harrison, New Jersey
expired 5-11-1969 in Linwood, New Jersey   age 67
comics illustrator  Henry Al Hartley   drew Archie (1966-93); son of U.S. representative
born on 10-25-1921 in Kearny, New Jersey
expired 5-27-2003 in Fort Myers, Florida   age 81   cause: complications following heart surgery
 Haldan Keffer Hartline   shared the 1967 Nobel prize in medicine
born on 12-22-1903 in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
expired 3-17-1983 in Fallston, Maryland   age 79
former U.N. high commissioner for refugees (1978-85)  Poul Hartling   former prime minister of Denmark (1973-75)
born on 8-14-1914 in Copenhagen, Denmark
expired 4-30-2000 in Copenhagen, Denmark   age 85
 Brynn Hartman   troubled spouse of comedian Phil; killed self after killing Phil
¤born: Vicki Joe Omdahl 
born on 4-11-1958
expired 5-28-1998 in Encino, California   age 40   cause: suicide
sandpit worker  Daniel Hartman   found the jawbone of Heidelberg Man
expired 3-1-1952 in Heidelberg, Germany   age 97
character actor  Paul Hartman
born on 3-1-1904
expired 10-2-1973 in Los Angeles, California   age 69   cause: heart attack
comedian  Phil Hartman
born on 9-24-1948 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada
expired 5-28-1998 in Encino, California   age 49   cause: murdered by wife in his sleep
writer/producer  Edmund L. Hartmann   wrote screenplays to The Paleface (1948), Sorrowful Jones (1949), Fancy Pants (1950), The Lemon Drop Kid (1951) & The Caddy (1951); created My Three Sons tv series for Fred MacMuray
born on 9-24-1911 in Saint Louis, Missouri
expired 11-28-2003 in Santa Fe, New Mexico   age 92
actor  William Hartnell   first to play Doctor Who (1963-66)
born on 1-8-1908 in London, England
expired 4-24-1975 in London, England   age 67
Hall-of-Fame Chicago Cubs catcher (1922-40)  Charles Leo "Gabby" Hartnett
born on 12-20-1900 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island
expired 12-20-1972 in Park Ridge, Illinois   age 72   cause: cirrhosis of the liver
former Atlanta mayor (1937-40 & 1941-61)  William B. Hartsfield   the Atlanta airport is named for him
born on 3-1-1890 in Atlanta, Georgia
expired 2-22-1971 in Atlanta, Georgia   age 80
philosopher & theologian  Charles Hartshorne
born on 6-5-1897 in Kittanning, Pennsylvania
expired 10-10-2000 in Austin, Texas   age 103
comic book publisher  Alfred Harvey   published Richie Rich, Baby Huey and Little Audrey comics
born on 10-6-1913
expired 7-4-1994   age 80
runway fashion model-turned-bounty hunter  Domino Harvey   wild daughter of Laurence Harvey; subject of a 2005 movie; was out on bail facing serious drug charges
born on 8-7-1969 in London, England
expired 6-27-2005 in West Hollywood, California   age 35   cause: drowned in bathtub; Fentanyl overdose
Centron Productions commercial filmmaker  Harvey "Herk" Harvey   on a break from his regular job directed Carnival of Souls (1962)
born on 6-3-1924 in Colorado
expired 4-3-1996 in Lawrence, Kansas   age 71   cause: pancreatic cancer
actor  Laurence Harvey   he was the Manchurian Candidate (1962)
¤real name: Larushke Mischa Skikne 
born on 10-1-1928 in Janiskis, Lithuania
expired 11-25-1973 in London, England   age 45   cause: cancer
AKS: Lawrence
Paul Harvey, Good Day! radio commentator  Paul Harvey Sr.
¤full name: Paul Harvey Aurandt 
born on 9-4-1918 in Tulsa, Oklahoma
expired 2-28-2009 in Phoenix, Arizona   age 90
   Contest Selectors
2000RR, TEX29%
2002JAC, MORB, RR, TMTX36.4%
2003OGGI, TAP, TMTX16.7%
2004ABRA, ADWC, RR, TAP22.2%
2005ADWC, BOD, MOT, SPIT, TMD21.7%
2006ADWC, BOD, MOT10.0%
   Scored 3.5391 points

Pharoahs guitarist  Rick G. Harvey   performed on Wooly Bully, Lil' Red Riding Hood
born on 11-16-1949
expired 4-5-1993   age 43
Hall-of-Fame baseball announcer  William Earnest "Ernie" Harwell   did the play by play for the Detroit Tigers for over 40 years; was once traded for a player (1948)
born on 1-25-1918 in Washington, Georgia
expired 5-4-2010 in Novi, Michigan   age 92   cause: bile duct cancer
   Contest Selectors
2004DTM, SS11.1%
2005BOD, DTM8.7%
2006BOD, SPIT6.7%
2007BOD, SPIT, TFM9.7%
2008BOD, GAS, SPIT, TFM12.5%
2009BOD, KLS, TFM10.0%
   Scored 3.3024 points

AKS: Ernest
to  1968 Playmate of Monthto January 1968 Playmate of Month Playboy February 1968 Playmate of Month  Nancy Harwood
¤born: Nancy Hargrove 
born on 12-17-1948 in Riverside, California
expired 5-13-2014 in California   age 65
super-geezer  Chiyono Hasegawa   was (briefly) the oldest person in the world
born on 11-20-1896 in Japan
expired 12-2-2011 in Saga Prefecture, Japan   age 115
   Contest Selectors

German oldster  Rosalia Hasenkampf
born on 10-1-1889
expired 7-10-2002   age 112
one-term Colorado Senator (1973-78)  Floyd K. Haskell   husband of NPR reporter Nina Totenberg
born on 2-7-1916
expired 8-25-1998 in Washington, District of Columbia   age 82   cause: pneumonia
Great Lakes sailor  Russell George Haskell   Second Assistant Engineer aboard the Edmund Fitzgerald
expired 11-10-1975 in Eastern Lake Superior, Canada   age 40   cause: drowned when ship foundered
shipyard chief  Charles Haskill   president of Great Lakes Engineering Works in River Rouge, Michigan (1940-61); headed the construction of the Edmund Fitzgerald steamship (1957-58)
born on 6-11-1904 in Paris, France
expired 7-16-1998 in Farmington Hills, Michigan   age 94   cause: heart failure
film director  Byron Haskin   directed Treasure Island (1950) & War of the Worlds (1953)
born on 4-22-1899 in Portland, Oregon
expired 4-16-1984 in Montecito, California   age 84
AKS: Haskins
former Texas Western (now UTEP) basketball coach (1961-99)  Donald Lee Haskins   his 1966 team won the NCAA basketball tournament
born on 3-14-1930 in Enid, Oklahoma
expired 9-7-2008 in El Paso, Texas   age 78
writer  Eric Hass   4-time Socialist Labor Party presidential candidate, in 1952, 1956, 1960 (got 46,478) & 1964
born on 3-4-1905 in Lincoln, Nebraska
expired 10-2-1980 in Santa Rosa, California   age 75   cause: heart attack
Moroccan  King Hassan II   son of Mohammed V; reigned from 1961-99
¤full name: Moulay Hassan ben Mohammed Alaoui 
born on 7-9-1929 in Morocco
expired 7-23-1999 in Rabat, Morocco   age 70   cause: heart attack
 Odd Hassell   shared 1969 Nobel prize in chemistry
born on 5-17-1897 in Kristiania, Norway (now Oslo)
expired 5-11-1981 in Oslo, Norway   age 83
Hasbro C.E.O.  Steven David Hassenfeld
born on 1-19-1942 in Providence, Rhode Island
expired 6-18-1989 in New York, New York   age 47
actress  Signe Eleanora Cecilia Hasso
¤born: Signe Eleanora Cecilia Larsson 
born on 8-15-1910 in Stockholm, Sweden
expired 6-8-2002 in Los Angeles, California   age 91
Dr.  Thomas Hastings   wrote music for hymn Rock of Ages (1776; lyrics by Augustus Toplady)
born on --1784 in Washington, Connecticut
expired ??-??-1832 in New York, New York   age 48
New Yorker staff writer  Eric Stowe Hatch   wrote My Man Godfrey
born on 10-31-1901
expired 7-4-1973 in Torrington, Connecticut   age 71
former University of Michigan president (1951-67)  Harlan Henthorne Hatcher
born on 9-9-1898 in Ironton, Ohio
expired 2-25-1998 in Ann Arbor, Michigan   age 99
actor  Hurd Hatfield   played title role in The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)
born on 12-7-1918 in New York, New York
expired 12-25-1998 in Monktown, Ireland   age 80
former Oregon senator (1967-97)  Mark Odom Hatfield
born on 7-12-1922 in Dallas, Oregon
expired 8-7-2011 in Portland, Oregon   age 89
   Contest Selectors
2007ANG, PCD6.5%

Righteous Brothers singer  Robert Lee "Bobby" Hatfield
born on 8-10-1940 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
expired 11-5-2003 in Kalamazoo, Michigan   age 63   cause: heart attack; acute cocaine intoxication; heart disease
blues singer  Donny Hathaway
born on 10-1-1945 in Saint Louis, Missouri
expired 1-13-1979 in New York, New York   age 33   cause: plunge from 15th floor window of Essex House (suicide?)
movie director  Henry Hathaway
¤born: Henri Leopold de Fiennes 
born on 3-13-1898 in Sacramento, California
expired 2-11-1985 in Los Angeles, California   age 86   cause: complications from heart attack
Dame of Sark  Sibyl Hathaway   ruled the Channel island (1927-74)
expired 7-14-1974 in London, England   age 90
sports cartoonist  James Cecil Hatlo   created the They'll Do It Every Time strip (1929; succeeded by Al Scaduto) as well as the characters of Henry Tremblechin & Little Iodine (succeeded by Bob Dunn)
born on 9-1-1898 in Providence, Rhode Island
expired 12-1-1963 in Carmel, California   age 65
movie actor  Raymond William Hatton   appeared in The Squaw Man (1912) & In Cold Blood (1967)
born on 7-7-1887 in Red Oak, Iowa
expired 10-21-1971 in Palmdale, California   age 84   cause: heart attack
Rondo Hatton, aka: The Creeper craggy-faced horror actor  Rondo Hatton   played "The Creeper" (Hal Moffet) in The Pearl of Death (1944), House of Horrors and The Brute Man (1946); he suffered from acromegaly
born on 4-22-1894 in Hagerstown, Maryland
expired 2-2-1946 in Beverly Hills, California   age 51   cause: heart attack
 Robert Keith "Bob" Hattoy   former Clinton political operative
born on 11-1-1951 in Providence, Rhode Island
expired 3-4-2007 in Davis, California   age 55   cause: cardiac arrest; complications from AIDS
1991 Dearborn, MI H.S. grad  Michael Hauben   coined term Netizen in 1992 article
¤ICQ# 7203512 
born on 5-1-1973 in Boston, Massachusetts
expired 6-27-2001 in New York, New York   age 28   cause: injuries sustained when hit by taxicab
former Hunterdon County (New Jersey) prosecutor  Anthony M. Hauck Jr.   co-prosecuted Bruno Hauptman for kidnapping Charles Lindbergh III
born on 7-24-1901 in Jersey City, New Jersey
expired 9-14-1972 in Flemington, New Jersey   age 71   cause: heart attack
Republic of Ireland politician  Charles James Haughey   was 6th Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland
born on 9-16-1925 in Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland
expired 6-13-2006 in Kinsealy, County Dublin, Irelan   age 80   cause: prostate cancer
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 7.000 solo points

singer/actress  Aaliyah Dana Haughton
born on 1-16-1979 in New York, New York
expired 8-25-2001 in Marsh Harbour, Abaco Island, Bahamas   age 22   cause: plane crash
explorer  Knut Magne Haugland   last living member of the Kon Tiki crew (the radio operator; 1947)
born on 9-23-1917 in Rjukan, Telemark, Norway
expired 12-25-2009 in Oslo, Norway   age 92
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 5.8000 solo points

NYC philanthropist  Enid Annenberg Haupt   last surviving child of Triangle Publications founder Moses Annenberg; sister of Walter Annenberg
born on 5-13-1906 in Chicago, Illinois
expired 10-25-2005 in Greenwich, Connecticut   age 99
engineer  Herman Haupt   invented the compressed air drill; chief of military railroad construction for the Union Army
born on 3-26-1817 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
expired 12-14-1905 in Jersey City, New Jersey   age 88
mathematician  Herbert Aaron Hauptman   shared the 1985 Nobel prize in chemistry
born on 2-14-1917 in The Bronx, New York, New York
expired 10-23-2011 in Buffalo, New York   age 94
 Anna Hauptmann   widow of Bruno
¤née: Schöffler 
born on 11-19-1898 in Germany
expired 10-10-1994 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania   age 95
AKS: Hauptman Schoeffler
carpenter  Bruno Richard Hauptmann   convicted of the kidnapping and murder of the Lindbergh baby (March 1, 1932)
born on 11-26-1899 in Kamenz, Germany
expired 4-3-1936 in Trenton, New Jersey   age 36   cause: executed; electrocution
AKS: Hauptman
 Gerhart Johann Robert Hauptmann   received the 1912 Nobel prize in literature
born on 11-15-1862 in Bad Obersalzbrunn, Silesia
expired 6-6-1946 in Agnetendorf, Germany   age 83
AKS: Gerhard
pianist  Hephzibah Menuhin Hauser   Yehudi's sister
born on 5-20-1920 in San Francisco, California
expired 1-1-1981 in London, England   age 60
AKS: Hepzibah
Nazi politician  Karl Ernst Haushofer   originated the term "Lebenstraum"
born on 8-27-1869 in München, Germany
expired 3-10-1946 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany   age 76   cause: suicide
playwright  Václav Havel   did stint as president of Czechoslovakia
born on 10-5-1936 in Prague, Czechoslovakia
expired 12-18-2011 in Hrádeček, Czech Republic   age 75   cause: respiratory failure?
   Contest Selectors
2002DTM, RAVN18.2%
2003ANG, RAVN11.1%
2004ANG, DTM, RAVN16.7%
2007DTM, LMLD6.5%

AKS: Vaclav
movie producer Sir  Anthony James Havelock-Allan   producer of Brief Encounter (1945), Romeo and Juliet (1968) & Ryan's Daughter (1970); executive producer & screenwriter of Great Expectations (1946)
born on 2-28-1904 in Darlington, Durham, England
expired 1-11-2003 in London, England   age 98   cause: heart failure
Charleston, Mississippi carpenter  Willie D. Havens   was the alternate juror in the "trial" of J.W. Milam & Roy Bryant for the murder of Emmett Till
born on --1904
expired ??-??-1998   age 94
singer/actress  June Haver   widow of Fred MacMurray
¤born: June Stovenour
nickname: "The Pocket Grable
born on 6-10-1926 in Rock Island, Illinois
expired 7-4-2005 in Los Angeles, California   age 79   cause: respiratory failure
actress  June Havoc   sister of Gypsy Rose Lee
¤born: Ellen Evangeline Hovick
aka: "baby June" 
born on 11-8-1912 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
expired 3-28-2010 in Stamford, Connecticut   age 97
   Contest Selectors
2008DGW, QKU6.3%
2009DGW, QKU6.7%
2010DGW, QKU7.4%
   Scored 4.0500 points

The Almanac Singers, circa 1942.
the Almanac Singers, circa 1942
From left: Woody Guthrie, Millard Lampell, Bess Lomax, Pete Seeger, Arthur Stern & Sis Cunningham
folklorist  Bess Brown Lomax Hawes   daughter of John Lomax & sister of Alan Lomax; a founding member of the Almanac Singers (1941; with Woody Guthrie & Pete Seeger); with Jacqueline Steiner wrote "The Ballad of the MTA"; was the first director of the Folk and Traditional Arts program at the National Endowement for the Humanities (1977-96)
born on 1-21-1921 in Austin, Texas
expired 11-27-2009 in Portland, Oregon   age 88   cause: complications from stroke
tv writer/producer  John Stanley Hawkesworth   set designer for The Third Man (1949); produced Upstairs, Downstairs (1971-5) & The Flame Trees of Thika
born on 12-7-1920 in London, England
expired 9-30-2003 in Leicester, England   age 82
Judge  A. E. Hawkins   presided over first Scottsboro trial (1932)
expired ??-??-19??   age ??
former California congressman (1963-91)  Augustus Freeman Hawkins
born on 8-31-1907 in Shreveport, Caddo Parrish, Louisiana
expired 11-10-2007 in Bethesda, Maryland   age 100
   Contest Selectors
2006CSI, RR6.7%
   Scored 5.0000 solo points

jazz tenor saxophonist  Coleman Hawkins
born on 11-21-1904 in Saint Louis, Missouri
expired 5-19-1969 in New York, New York   age 64
philosopher  David Hawkins   served as Manhattan Project historian
born on 2-28-1913 in El Paso, Texas
expired 2-24-2002 in Boulder, Colorado   age 88
early rock guitarist & songwriter  Delmar Allen "Dale" Hawkins   wrote "Susie-Q" (1957)
born on 8-22-1936 in Gold Mine, Louisiana (nearby)
expired 2-13-2010 in Little Rock, Arkansas   age 73   cause: colon cancer
AKS: Suzy-Q Suzie-Q
Grand Ole Opry star  Harold Franklin "Hawkshaw" Hawkins   died aboard same plane with Patsy Cline & Cowboy Copas
born on 12-22-1921 in Huntingdon, West Virginia
expired 3-5-1963 in Camden, Tennessee   age 41   cause: plane crash
actor  Jack Hawkins   played a British commando sent (along with William Holden) to blow up the Bridge on the River Kwai
born on 9-14-1910 in London, England
expired 7-18-1973 in London, England   age 62   cause: hemorrhage after surgery
tenor sax R&B musician "Screamin'"  Jay Hawkins   had hit with Constipation Blues (note cause of death); appeared in Mystery Train movie (1989)
¤full name: Jalacy J. Hawkins 
born on 7-18-1929 in Cleveland, Ohio
expired 2-12-2000 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France   age 70   cause: hemorrhage after bowel obstruction surgery; multiple organ failure
one term Florida senator (1981-87)  Paula Hawkins
¤née: Fíckes 
born on 1-24-1927 in Salt Lake City, Utah
expired 12-4-2009 in Orlando, Florida   age 82   cause: complications from fall; stroke
Texas death row inmate  Samuel Hawkins
expired 2-21-1995 in Huntsville, Texas   age 51   cause: executed; lethal injection
the versatile C-130 transport aircraft designer & former Lockheed executive  Willis M. Hawkins Sr.   principal designer of the C-130 "Hercules" transport aircraft
born on 12-1-1913 in Kansas City, Missouri
expired 9-28-2004 in Woodland Hills, California   age 90
Hollywood producer/director  Howard Winchester Hawks   produced The Thing from Another World (1951); directed Come and Get It (1936) & Hatari! (1962)
born on 5-30-1896 in Goshen, Indiana
expired 12-26-1977 in Palm Springs, California   age 81   cause: complications from concussion
British oldster  Gladys Hawley
born on 12-18-1891 in Norfolk, England
expired 4-28-2004 in Brookholme, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England   age 112
Rep.  Willis C. Hawley   in congress from 1906-1932; co-author of the 1930 Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act
expired 7-24-1941 in Salem, Oregon   age 77
art director & director  Edward S. "Ted" Haworth   oscar for Sayonara, directed Marty, Some Like It Hot, The Longest Day
born on 9-26-1917 in Cleveland, Ohio
expired 2-18-1993 in Provo, Utah   age 75
former Holland, MI High School shop teacher  Gerrard Wendell Haworth   founded Modern Products Inc. (1948); it eventually became the office furniture company Haworth Inc.
born on 10-9-1911 in Alliance, Nebraska
expired 10-25-2006 in Holland, Michigan   age 95
actress  Valerie Jill Haworth   was the original Broadway Sally Bowles in Cabaret
born on 8-15-1945 in Sussex, England
expired 1-3-2011 in Manhattan, New York, New York   age 65
 Walter Norman Haworth   shared the 1937 Nobel prize in chemistry
born on 3-19-1883 in Chorley, Lancashire, England
expired 3-19-1950 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England   age 67
AKS: Hayworth
actor  Nigel Barnard Hawthorne   played title role in The Madness of King George (1994)
born on 4-5-1929 in Coventry, Warwickshire, England
expired 12-26-2001 in Baldock, Hertfordshire, England   age 72   cause: heart attack; pancreatic cancer
"actress"  Alexandra Hay   did February 1974 Playboy pictorial
born on 7-24-1944 in Los Angeles, California
expired 10-11-1993 in Los Angeles, California   age 49
radio reporter & director  George Dewey Hay   originated the Grand Ole Opry in 1924 from WSM in Nashville
born on 11-9-1895 in Attica, Indiana
expired 5-9-1968 in Virginia Beach, Virginia   age 72
social reform advocate  Henry "Harry" Hay Jr.   formed the Mattachine Society (1949)
born on 4-7-1912 in Worthing, Scotland
expired 10-24-2002 in San Francisco, California   age 90   cause: lung cancer
Saudi Arabian  Princess Haya bint Sa'ad al-Sudairi   one of the wives of the founder of Saudi Arabia
born on --1913
expired 4-18-2003 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia   age 90
former California senator & San Francisco State semantics prof.  Samuel Ichiye Hayakawa
born on 7-18-1906 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
expired 2-27-1992 in San Francisco, California   age 85
   Contest Selectors
1980 EB6.3%

actor  Sessue Kintaro Hayakawa   played the sadistic Japanese prisoner-of-war camp commandant in Bridge on the River Kwai
born on 6-10-1886 in Naaura, Honshu, Japan
expired 11-23-1973 in Tokyo, Japan   age 87   cause: cerebral thrombosis; pneumonia
long-serving Arizona Senator (1927-68)  Carl Trumbull Hayden   also a U.S. House Representative (1912-26)
born on 10-2-1877 in Hayden's Ferry (now Tempe), Arizona Territory
expired 1-25-1972 in Mesa, Arizona   age 94
actor  Sterling Relyea Walter Hayden   played mad SAC general Jack D. Ripper in Dr. Stangelove (1963), staunch defender of our precious bodily fluids and purity of essence
born on 3-26-1916 in Montclair, New Jersey
expired 5-23-1986 in Sausalito, California   age 70
   Contest Selectors
1979 MS7.7%

classical composer  Franz Josef Haydn
born on 3-31-1732 in Rohrau, Austria
expired 5-31-1809 in Vienna, Austria   age 77
AKS: Joseph Jozsef Joszef Hayden Hiden
Gaulic geezer  Germaine Haye
born on 10-10-1888
expired 4-18-2002 in Montaigne-au-Perche, France   age 113
actress  Allison Hayes   played Nancy Fowler Archer in Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958)
¤born: Mary Jane Haynes 
born on 3-6-1930 in Charleston, West Virginia
expired 2-27-1977 in La Jolla, California   age 46   cause: blood poisoning; kidney & heart failure; calcium supplement overdose
grizzled sidekick  George Francis "Gabby" Hayes   appeared with Hopalong Cassidy and Gene Autry
born on 5-7-1885 in Wellsville, New York
expired 2-9-1969 in Burbank, California   age 83
underwater acoustics pioneer  Harvey C. Hayes   a developer of SONAR
expired 7-9-1968 in Peterborough, New Hampshire   age 89
actress  Helen Hayes   won supporting actress oscar for playing Ada Quonset in Airport (1970); wife of Charles MacArthur; mother of Mary MacArthur; adoptive mother of James MacArthur
born on 10-10-1900 in Washington, District of Columbia
expired 3-17-1993   age 92
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO, DW, HP, VM30.8%
1980 DO, DW, EB, VA25.0%

Pima Indian & World War II Marine  Ira Hayes   on of the six marines who raised the flag on Mount Suribachi
born on 1-12-1923 in Sacaton, Arizona
expired 1-24-1955 in Bapchule, Arizona   age 32   cause: hypothermia; drunk in a ditch
singer/songwriter/musician  Isaac Lee Hayes Jr.   wrote the Theme from Shaft (1971)
born on 8-20-1942 in Covington, Tennessee
expired 8-10-2008 in East Memphis, Tennessee   age 65   cause: stroke
actor  Peter Lind Hayes   played the plumber Zabladowski in The Five Thousand Fingers of Dr. T; married to Mary Healy
¤born: Joseph Conrad Lind 
born on 6-25-1915 in San Francisco, California
expired 4-21-1998 in Las Vegas, Nevada   age 82   cause: "vascular problems"
ex-athlete  Robert Lee "Bob" Hayes Sr.   won gold medal in 1964 Olympics (100m sprint); played for the Dallas Cowboys; busted for selling narcotics (1979)
born on 12-20-1942 in Jacksonville, Florida
expired 9-18-2002 in Jacksonville, Florida   age 59   cause: kidney failure; prostate cancer
   Contest Selectors
2002 JL9.1%
   Scored 9.1000 solo points

to next U.S. president: James Garfieldto previous U.S. president: Ulysses S. Grant 19th U.S. president (1877-81)  Rutherford Birchard Hayes   won election by one vote in the Electoral College; ended Civil War Reconstruction
born on 10-4-1822 in Delaware, Ohio
expired 1-17-1893 in Fremont, Ohio   age 70
volatile/fulmanating Ohio State football coach (1959-79)  Wayne Woodrow "Woody" Hayes   got himself fired for, while coaching in the 12/29/1978 Gator Bowl game, grabbing Clemson player Charlie Bauman by the facemask and punching him in the face through it
born on 2-14-1913 in Clifton, Ohio
expired 3-12-1987 in Upper Arlington, Ohio   age 74
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO, DW, HA, HFS, HP, SB46.2%
1980 BB6.3%

Delos Records founder (1973)  Amelia Da Costa Haywood
¤née: Stone 
born on 7-15-1919 in Gainesville, Florida
expired 3-19-2007 in Santa Monica, California   age 87   cause: cancer
1940s big band singer  Richard "Dick" Haymes
born on 9-13-1918 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
expired 3-28-1980 in Los Angeles, California   age 61   cause: lung cancer
   Contest Selectors
1980 DO6.3%
   Scored 5.9000 solo points

comedian  Henry Doyle Haynes   better known as Homer in the Homer and Jethro country music comedy team
born on 7-27-1920 in Knoxville, Tennessee
expired 8-7-1971 in Hammond, Indiana   age 51   cause: heart attack
musician & actor  "Tiger" Haynes   original "Tin Man" in "The Wiz"
born on 12-13-1914 in Fredriksted, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
expired 2-15-1994 in New York, New York   age 79   cause: cardiac arrest
nationally syndicated Louisville Courier-Journal political cartoonist  Hugh Smith Haynie
born on 2-6-1927 in Reedville, Virginia
expired 11-26-1999 in Louisville, Kentucky   age 72   cause: lung cancer
failed Nixon Supreme Court nominee  Clement Furman Haynsworth Jr.
born on 10-30-1912 in Greenville, South Carolina
expired 11-22-1989   age 77
lawyer and ACLU general counsel  Arthur Garfield Hays   a defense lawyer for Sacco & Vanzetti, the Scottsboro Boys and on the Scopes "Monkey" Trial
expired 12-14-1954 in New York, New York   age 73   cause: heart failure
bass folk singer  Lee Hays   a co-founder of The Weavers (gave group its name); co-wrote If I Had a Hammer
born on 3-14-1914 in Little Rock, Arkansas
expired 8-26-1981 in Tarrytown, New York   age 67   cause: heart attack
AKS: Hayes
long-lived progeria sufferer  Mickey Hays
born on 6-30-1972
expired 6-30-1992   age 20
AKS: Hayes
ex-Ohio congressman (1949-76)  Wayne Levere Hays   got caught with a secretary that couldn't type or file
born on 5-13-1911 in Bannock, Ohio
expired 2-13-1989 in Wheeling, West Virginia   age 77
   Contest Selectors
1979 DO, HFS, HP23.1%

anal-retentive MPAA (toady) "czar" of U.S. film morals  William Harrison Hays Sr.   was Postmaster General for a year (1921-22), then censored from 1922 to 1945
born on 11-5-1879 in Sullivan, Indiana
expired 3-7-1954 in Sullivan, Indiana   age 74
AKS: Hayes
tv writer  Christopher Robert "Chris" Hayward   writing partner of Allan Burns; co-developer of The Munsters; co-created Dudley DoRight; a writer on Get Smart (1965-70) & He & She; with Danny Arnold co-wrote much of the Barney Miller scripts
born on 6-19-1925 in Bayonne, New Jersey
expired 11-20-2006 in Beverly Hills, California   age 81   cause: cancer
film producer and agent  Leland Hayward   produced films in the 1920s; was agent for Clark Gable, Fred Astaire, Ernest Hemingway and Edna Ferber; became Broadway producer in 1944
born on 9-13-1902 in Nebraska City, Nebraska
expired 3-18-1971 in Yorktown Heights, New York   age 68   cause: complications from stroke
actress  Susan Hayward   won an Academy Award for playing Barbara Graham in I Want to Live (1958); had 1955 suicide attempt
¤real name: Edythe Marrener 
born on 6-30-1917 in New York, New York
expired 3-14-1975 in Beverly Hills, California   age 57   cause: brain cancer
former baseball catcher (1926-45)  Raymond Hayworth Sr.   played on Detroit Tigers team with Ty Cobb (1926)
born on 1-29-1904
expired 9-25-2002 in Salisbury, North Carolina   age 98
   Contest Selectors
2002 JL9.1%
   Scored 5.2000 solo points

actress  Rita Hayworth   once married to Orson Welles and prince Aly Khan; mother of Rebecca Welles & Princess Yasmine Khan
¤born: Margarita Carmen Cansino 
born on 10-17-1918 in New York, New York
expired 5-14-1987 in New York, New York   age 68   cause: complications from Alzheimer's disease
   Contest Selectors
1979 JW7.7%
1980 JW6.3%

rock band performer/songwriter  Robert Hazard   wrote Girls Just Want To Have Fun
¤real name: Robert D. Rimato 
born on 8-21-1948
expired 8-5-2008 in Boston, Massachuetts   age 59   cause: surgery complications for pancreatic cancer
songwriter/singer  Barton Lee Hazlewood   composer of These Boots Are Made For Walking (1963) & Some Velvet Mornin'; sang duets with Nancy Sinatra: Jackson (1967) & Some Velvet Morning (1968)
born on 7-9-1929 in Mannford, Oklahoma
expired 8-4-2007 in Henderson, Nevada   age 78   cause: renal cancer
   Contest Selectors
   Scored 7.2000 solo points

AKS: Hazelwood
hemp & medical marijuana proponent  Jack Herer
born on 6-18-1939 in Brooklyn, New York, New York
expired 4-15-2010 in Salem, Oregon   age 70   cause: complications from stroke & heart attack

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