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William Styron, Red Auerbach

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"Death borders upon our birth, and our cradle stands in the 
grave. Our birth is nothing but our death begun." Bishop Hall

Welcome to another edition of Dead End.

This week we say good-bye to novelist William Styron, best 
known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning The Confessions of 
Nat Turner. We also bid farewell to basketball legend "Red" 
Auerbach. See more information about their lives below.

P.S. You can discuss this issue or any other topic in the 
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William Clark Styron, Jr. died November 1, 2006 of pneumonia. 
Styron was an American novelist, best known for two contro-
versial novels: the Pulitzer Prize-winning The Confessions of 
Nat Turner, the leader of an 1831 Virginia slave revolt. 
Though Styron’s paternal grandparents had been slave owners, 
his Northern mother and liberal Southern father gave him a 
broad perspective on race relations unusual for his gener-
ation. Styron spent years researching and composing the novel, 
the fictitious memoirs of the historical Nat Turner. Despite 
the controversy, the novel became a runaway critical and 
financial success, eventually winning the 1968 Pulitzer Prize 
for Fiction.      

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Arnold Jacob "Red" Auerbach died October 28, 2006 of a heart 
attack. Nicknamed "Red" from his fiery hair, he was an American 
coach and executive for the Boston Celtics in the National 
Basketball Association. As coach of the Celtics from 1950 to 
1966, Auerbach won nine NBA titles including eight straight 
from 1959 to 1966 – the longest string of championships in the 
history of North American professional sports. After retiring 
from coaching, he continued to serve as the general manager or 
president of the Celtics from 1966 until 1997, and again as 
president from 2001 until his death. In 1980 he was named the 
greatest coach in the history of the NBA by the Professional 
Basketball Writers Association of America.



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Robert Anderson, who as president and chairman of the Rockwell 
International Corporation oversaw the construction of NASA 
space shuttles and the controversial B-1 long-range bomber, 
died Saturday at age 85 of cancer complications in Los Angeles. 
Mr. Anderson, who retired in 1988, was president of Rockwell 
International and later became its chairman and chief exec-
utive. During Mr. Anderson’s tenure, Rockwell was the prime 
contractor for five of the six space shuttles. Five shuttles 
actually went into space, starting on April 12, 1981, with the 
launching of the Columbia. Since then, there have been more 
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Notable deaths this week in history...
In 1926, legendary magician and escape artist Harry Houdini, 
whose greatest escapes still defy explanation even today, 
died at the age of 52.

Also in 1926, Annie Oakley, famed sharpshooter who was once 
the best known cultural icon in the United States, died at 
the age of 66.

In 1955, Cy Young, Famed Pitcher, died at the age of 88

In 1985, Phil Silvers, comedian and actor best remembered 
for his role of Master Sergeant Ernest G. Bilko in the 
series "You'll Never Get Rich," died. He was 74.

In 1991, actor Fred MacMurray, whose talents ranged from 
playing a bemused husband to an unrepentant heel, died at 
the age of 83.
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