Donald Gallup, 87, a bibliographer of the poets Ezra...

Deaths Elsewhere

September 13, 2000

Donald Gallup, 87, a bibliographer of the poets Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot, and a benefactor of the Yale Center for British Art, died last Wednesday in New Haven, Conn. The Yale Collection of American Literature, where he had been curator, is preparing to open an exhibit of his collection on Sept. 20.

Mr. Gallup confirmed the discovery of a lost Eliot manuscript for "The Waste Land" in 1968.

William "Porky" Hill IV, 51, the longtime drummer for the Cate Brothers band, died Saturday in Little Rock, Ark. He had been diagnosed with a blood disorder.

He had been with the group since the late 1980s and had played for President Clinton. He also is featured on the band's latest three compact disc releases.

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