AMOS VOGEL, Champion of Films, 91, Amos Vogel exerted an influence on the history of film that few other non-filmmakers can claim, founding Cinema 16, which became the nationís largest membership film society, and directing the first New York Film Festival.
ENOCH WILLIAMS, New York Councilman, 84, Enoch H. Williams was a former New York City councilman who used his leadership positions to pass a law banning smoking in most public spaces and to help stop the Giuliani administration from selling city-owned hospitals.
GEORGE VUJNOVICH, Led War Rescue, 96, George Vujnovich was an O.S.S. agent in World War II who oversaw the rescue of more than 500 downed Allied airmen from German-occupied Yugoslavia.
LEROY T. WALKER (VIDEO), Pioneer of U.S. Olympics, 93, LeRoy T. Walker was a leading American track and field coach who was the first African-American to coach a United States menís Olympic track team and to serve as the president of the United States Olympic Committee.