Ingvar Johansson, 67, a Swedish pianist who played with...

Deaths Elsewhere

November 21, 1997

Ingvar Johansson, 67, a Swedish pianist who played with some of jazz's biggest names before losing his right hand in an accident, died in his hometown of Ostersund, 250 miles northwest of Stockholm, the Swedish news agency TT reported Tuesday. It did not give the date or cause of death. After losing his hand, Mr. Johansson learned to play trombone.

Robert Kane, 72, a travel writer who created the "A to Z" and "World at Its Best" series of guides, died of a heart attack Nov. 10 in New York.

Mary Lilias Christian Bernheim, 95, the last surviving original member of the Duke University Medical School teaching faculty, died Wednesday in Durham, N.C.

Dame Jean Conan Doyle, 84, the last surviving child of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, died Tuesday in London.

Cecil Pickett, 74, an acting coach who developed future stars Randy and Dennis Quaid, died Wednesday in Houston. He had suffered from emphysema and a perforated ulcer.

Pub Date: 11/21/97

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