Bruce Vorhauer, 50, inventor of the Today contraceptive...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

October 03, 1992

Bruce Vorhauer, 50, inventor of the Today contraceptive sponge who made millions and ran for the U.S. Senate but later fell on hard times, apparently committed suicide, authorities said. Mr. Vorhauer's caretaker found the body in his employer's car Thursday evening across from his island mansion on Salmon Lake.

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