Glen Buxton,49, a guitarist in the Alice Cooper band who...

Deaths Elsewhere

October 23, 1997

Glen Buxton,49, a guitarist in the Alice Cooper band who retired to an Iowa farm, died Sunday in Clarion, Iowa, of pneumonia.

William J. McGill,75, a psychologist who served as chancellor of the University of California San Diego in the late 1960s, died Sunday in San Diego of heart failure.

Daniel E. Provost III,78, a tobacco industry executive who got Arthur Godfrey and Ronald Reagan to endorse Chesterfield cigarettes, died Oct. 13 in Palm Springs, Calif., of heart failure.

Hy Averback,76, a one-time announcer for Bob Hope and Jack Paar who was a producer-director on "M*A*S*H," "F Troop" and other television shows, died in Los Angeles Oct. 14 after heart surgery.

Pub Date: 10/23/97

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