Margaret Harshaw,88, a soprano and mezzo-soprano who sang...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

November 12, 1997

Margaret Harshaw,88, a soprano and mezzo-soprano who sang at the Metropolitan Opera for 22 seasons, died Friday in Libertyville, Ill.

Francis I. Linn,78, died of lymphatic cancer Sunday, days after he was re-elected to a fourth term as mayor of Gettysburg, Pa.

Annie Dodge Wauneka,87, a longtime Navajo Nation leader who won the Freedom Medal, the United States' highest civilian honor, for work against tuberculosis, died Monday in Flagstaff, Ariz.

H. Richard Hornberger,73, a surgeon whose novel inspired the movie and television series "M*A*S*H," died Nov. 4 in Portland, Maine. He praised the movie as being faithful to the characters portrayed in his books, but said in 1983 that the television show just wasn't his type of humor.

Pub Date: 11/12/97

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