DWAYNE SCHINTZIUS (VIDEO), N.B.A. Center, 43, Dwayne Schintzius was a former University of Florida basketball star who also played eight seasons in the National Basketball Association.
JEFFREY CHANDLER, Part of family that built the Los Angeles Times, 70, Jeffrey Chandler was an influential member of the family that built the Los Angeles Times and the last person with the Chandler name to play a significant role in the newspaper's ownership.
JOHN A. HOYT, Champion for Animals, 80, John A. Hoyt made the Humane Society of the United States the largest anticruelty organization in the country during an era when changing cultural attitudes were greatly expanding the number of animal protection groups.
MURRAY ROSE, Australian Olympic Swimming Star, 73, Murray Rose won four Olympic gold medals in swimming for Australia, becoming one of his nationís most celebrated athletes before going to Hollywood to try his hand in the movies.
PAUL BOGART (VIDEO), TV Director, 92, Paul Bogart, a puppeteer who bumbled into the new medium of television in 1950 and rose to be an Emmy-winning director known for popular shows like "All in the Family" and "The Defenders."
RICH SAUL, Played center on the L.A. Rams, 64, "This guy's wanting to kill us, and Rich comes up on the next play and he's wanting to talk to the guy about his family again. Rich couldn't figure out why the guy was ticked off."