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Deaths in 2015 – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Bowie, 69, British singer-songwriter (“Space Oddity“, Ziggy Stardust, Station to Station), record producer and actor (The Man Who Fell to Earth, Labyrinth), cancer.
Abbas Bahri, 61, Tunisian mathematician.
Bård Breivik, 67, Norwegian sculptor, cancer.
Jeanne Cordova, 67, American LGBT activist, brain cancer.
Hernán Gamboa, 69, Venezuelan musician (Serenata Guayanesa), cancer.
Ralph Hauenstein, 103, American philanthropist and businessman.
George Jonas, 80, Hungarian-born Canadian writer, Parkinson’s disease.
Bob Oatley, 87, Australian yachtsman (Wild Oats XI) and winemaker (Rosemount).
Cornelis Zitman, 89, Dutch sculptor.
Lance Rautzhan, 63, American baseball player (Los Angeles Dodgers), cancer.
#3 Irish Beat North Carolina, 88-54
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Indiana rips Ohio St., win streak now 9
Nunn has 22 in return, Illini top Purdue
No. 11 ‘Nova wins at No. 18 Butler 60-55
Peters has 39, Valpo takes Horizon lead
Valentine returns, Spartans rip Penn St
Clemson upsets No. 16 Louisville 66-62
No. 15 SMU 15-0 after easing by UCF
Cincy wins despite 0 FG in final 10:07
UNLV’s Rice resigns after 0-3 MWC start
Arizona freshman G Trier out 6 weeks
NCAA Women’s Basketball (click on men’s links for women’s news)
Ogunbowale scores 16, No. 3 Notre Dame beats UNC 88-54
Purdue Tops Indiana in Mackey Arena, 63-53
Joyea Marshall grabs new career-high 17 rebounds as Sycamores defeat Illinois…
Creighton Drops Butler, 77-49
Aces end skid with 62-46 victory over Bradley
Southern California women upset No. 15 UCLA 71-68
Tuck scores 22, top-ranked UConn pulls away from No. 22 USF
Utah women beat No. 21 Cal 84-79
Johnson, McCall lead No. 9 Stanford women past Buffs
No. 19 Florida State women hold on against Georgia Tech
Walker-Kimbrough leads No. 8 Maryland to win over Iowa
Villanova women hand No. 24 DePaul 1st Big East loss, 64-60
No. 13 Texas A&M women pull away from LSU 53-35
No. 7 Mississippi St beats Arkansas 80-55
Epps, Jennings lead No. 10 Kentucky past Georgia