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The NCAA selection committee indicated that putting Dayton in its home arena "falls within the context" of the committee's procedures.For the first time since 1995, two 14 seeds recorded wins in the Second Round.They have made each NCAA Tournament dating back to 1990.Kansas would qualify again the next two seasons to set the record for consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances formerly held by North Carolina (1975–2001).Romero, Filmmaker – “Night of the Living Dead” (1968), “Dawn of the Dead” (1978) – age 77 (lung cancer)16 – Trevor Baxter, Actor/Playwright – Professor George Litefoot on the BBC TV show “Doctor Who” – age 8417 – Evan Helmuth, Actor – played the priest in horror movie “The Devil Inside” – age 40 (complications from a stroke)17 – Harvey Atkin, Actor – Sergeant Ronald Coleman in TV show “Cagney & Lacey” – age 75 (cancer)18 – Red West, Stuntman/Actor – Red Webster in “Road House” and Andy Micklin on TV show “Baa Baa Black Sheep” – age 79 (aortic aneurysm)19 – Ralph Regula, Politician – U. Congressman from Ohio who served 18 consecutive terms (1973-2009) – age 9220 – Chester Bennington, Musician/Singer – was the front man for Linkin Park (2000-2012), Stone Temple Pilots (2013-’15) – age 41 (suicide by hanging)20 – Claude Rich, Actor (French) – “The Grand Maneuver” (1955) – age 8821 – Deborah Watling, Actress – Victoria Waterfield companion # 2 on BBC show “Dr.Who” (1967-68) – age 69 (lung cancer)21 – John Heard, Actor – Father in “Home Alone” and “Home Alone 2” – age 72 (complications from back surgery)25 – Barbara Sinatra, Performer/model – married Frank Sinatra (1976-1998) – age 90 (natural)25 – Michael Johnson, Singer/Songwriter – “Bluer Than Blue” (1978), “Give Me Wings” (1986) – age 7225 – Lyle Smith, College Football Coach – Boise State University (1947-1967) impressive record of ‘156–26–6’ – age 10126 – June Foray, Voice Actress – voice of Rocky the Flying Squirrel from TV show “The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show” – age 9926 – Leonard Landy, Actor – Percy on “Our Gang” (1938-1941) – age 8426 – Patti Deutsch, Actress – a regular panelist on “Match Game” and “Tattletales” also guest spots on “Laugh In” – age 73 (cancer)27 – D. Menard, Cajun Muscician – called the “Cajun Hank Williams” biggest hit was “La Porte En Arrière” – age 8527 – Sam Shepard, Actor/Playwright/Author – Chuck Yeager in “The Right Stuff” (1983) – age 73 (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)31 – Jeanne Moreau, Actress (French) – “Seven Days… ” (1965) – age 8931 – Chuck Loeb, Jazz musician – played with Stan Getz and was guitarist for the group Four Play – age 61 (cancer) 01 – Mariann Mayberry, Actress – “Under the Influence” (1994), Chelsea Trotman in TV show Since You’ve Been Gone (1998) – age 52 (ovarian cancer)02 – Ara Parseghian, College Football Coach – legendary head coach at Note Dame (1964-’74) coaching record: 170–58–6 – age 9403 – Robert Hardy, Actor – played Alec Stewart in BBC show “The Troubleshooters” – age 9103 – Ty Hardin, Actor – Bronco Layne in TV western series “Bronco” (1958-’62) – age 8705 – Mark White, Politician – 43rd Governor of Texas (1983-’87) – age 77 (heart attack)06 – Dick Locher, Cartoonist – editorial cartoonist at Chicago Tribune (1973-2013), won a Pulitzer Prize for “Dick Tracy” – age 8806 – Darren Daulton, Pro Baseball Player – Catcher for Philadelphia Phillies (1983-1997)- age 55 (brain cancer)07 – Haruo Nakajima, Actor – played Godzilla in 12 movies (1954 – 1972) – age 8808 – Barbara Cook, Broadway Actress – won a Tony Award for “The Music Man” (1957) – age 89 (respiratory failure)08 – Glen Campbell, Singer/Songwriter – “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman”; nominated for 21 Grammys and won 10 – age 81 (Alzheimer’s disease)11 – Yisrael Kristal, the oldest living Holocaust survivor at his death, also the oldest living man in 2016 – age 113, 330 days13 – Victor Pemberton, TV writer/producer (UK) – Doctor Who, The Slide and The Adventures of Black Beauty – age 8513 – Joseph Bologna, Actor – Nick Foley in TV show “Rags to Riches” (1987-88) – age 82 (pancreatic cancer)14 – Joi “SJ” Harris, Stunt Driver – first professional African American Road Racer – age 25 (crashed during a stunt for the move Deadpool 2)17 – Sonny Landham, Actor/Stunt man – tracker Billy Sole in “Predator” (1987) – age 76 (congestive heart failure)18 – Sir Bruce Forsyth, TV Game Show Host – The Generation Game (1971-’77), Play Your Cards Right (1980-’87) – age 8918 – Sonny Burgess, Rockabilly musician – “We Wanna Boogie” (1956) – age 8819 – Brian Aldiss, Sci-Fi Writer – “Super-Toys Last All Summer Long” (1969) – age 9219 – Janusz Głowacki, Playwright/screenwriter – The Charles Mac Arthur Award for Outstanding New Play for “Antigone in New York” (1994) – age 7819 – Dick Gregory, Comedian / civil rights activist – first African American standup comedian – age 8419 – Bea Wain, Singer – sang with Larry Clinton and His Orchestra “Heart and Soul” (1938) – age 10020 – Sir Colin Meads, Rugby Player (New Zealand) – played for national team, the All Blacks (1957-’71) – age 8120 – Jerry Lewis, Comedian/Actor/Humanitarian – “The Bellboy” (1960), Nutty Professor (1963), Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (1966-2010) – age 9121 – Thomas Meehan, Writer – wrote books that were adapted for plays for “Annie”, “The Producers”, and “Hairspray” – age 8821 – Felo Ramírez, Announcer – Spanish language announcer for the Miami Marlins (1993-2017) – age 94 (complications from a fall)22 – Tom Pritchard, Cricketer (New Zealand) – played first-class cricket in England for Wellington – age 10024 – Jay Thomas, Actor – Remo Da Vinci on “Mork & Mindy” (1979–’81), Eddie Le Bec on “Cheers” (1987–’89) – age 69 (cancer)25 – Jeannie Rousseau, Intelligence agent – worked as a translator in occupied France during World War II feeding valuable intel to the Allies – age 9826 – Bernard Pomerance, Playwright – wrote the Tony Award winning “The Elephant Man” (1977) – age 76 (cancer)26 – Tobe Hooper, Horror Films Writer/Director – “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre” (1974) and “Poltergeist” (1982) – age 7427 – Helli Stehle, Actress (Switz) – stage actress, radio presenter, poet and newscaster – age 10927 – Syd Silverman, Publisher – owner of the show business newspaper “Variety” from 1950-1987 – age 8528 – Melissa Bell, Singer (UK) – fronted the groups, Soul II Soul and Soul Explosion – age 53 (complications from kidney failure)31 – Richard Anderson, Actor – Oscar Goldman on TV shows The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman – age 91 01 – Shelley Berman, Actor/Comedian – his movies include: “Divorce American Style” (1967), “Meet the Fockers” (2004) – age 92 (Alzheimer’s disease)01 – Novella Nelson, Actress – Jean in “An Unmarried Woman” (1978), Madame St.The Wildcats, by beating Cincinnati in the third round, set an NCAA men's record with 36 straight wins to start a season.

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Weitz, Naval Officer/NASA Astronaut – stayed in space for 28 days on Skylab 2 (1973) and commanded the first Challenger mission (1983) – age 85 (myelodysplastic syndrome)24 – Fats Domino, Singer/Songwriter – “Ain’t That a Shame” (1955), “Blueberry Hill” (1956), he sold over 65 million records – age 8924 – Robert Guillaume, Actor – Benson on the TV-series “Soap” (1977-’81) and “Benson” (1979-’86) – age 89 (prostate cancer)24 – Patricia Llewellyn, TV producer (UK) – developed the cooking shows “Two Fat Ladies”, “The Naked Chef”, “Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares” – age 55 (cancer)25 – Jack Bannon, Actor – Art Donovan on TV show “Lou Grant” (1977-’82) – age 77 01 – Katie Lee, Folk Singer – albums “Folk Songs of the Colorado River” (1964), “Colorado River Songs” (1997) – age 9805 – Nancy Friday, Author – wrote feminist erotic books; “My Secret Garden” (1973), “Forbidden Flowers” – age 84 (Alzheimer’s disease)05 – Robert Knight, Singer – “Everlasting Love” (1967), “Free Me” (1961) – age 7206 – Richard F.Louis” – age 10416 – George Steele, Professional Wrestler – WWF Wrestler (1967-88) known as “The Animal – age 7917 – Warren Frost, Actor – Billy Lewis on “Matlock” (1986-1995) – age 9119 – Larry Coryell, Jazz Musician – “Godfather of Fusion” – age 7321 – Joy Hruby, Australian Actress – Joy’s World TV show – age 9025 – Ron Savage, News Correspondent – Fox Ch.2 Detroit, Mich; also a firefighter in Milford – age 6225 – Neil Fingleton, Actor – tallest British-born man 7’7″; “47 Ronin”, “Jupiter Ascending” – age 3625 – Bill Paxton, Actor – “Aliens”, “Predator 2”, “True Lies”, “Apollo 13”, “Twister” – age 6126 – Joseph Wapner, Judge – L. County Superior Court and TV show “The Peoples Court” (1981-93) – age 97 01 – Paula Fox, Author – writer of children’s books, winner of Hans Christian Andersen Award; “A Place Apart”, “Slave Dancer” – age 9303 – Míriam Colón, Actress – Mama Montana in Scarface (1983), Rosa in Sabrina (1995) – age 8006 – Robert Osborn, Film historian – host of Turner Classic Movies and The Movie Channel – age 8409 – Robert James Waller, Author – The Bridges of Madison County (1993) – age 7709 – Ann Beach, Actress – Sonia Barrett on the ITV comedy “Fresh Fields” – age 7809 – Jane Freeman, Actress – Ivy on BBC sitcom “Last of the Summer Wine” – age 81 (lung cancer)10 – Tony Haygarth, Actor – PC Wilmot in “Rosie” (1977-81) – age 7210 – John Forgeham, Actor – Frank Laslett in ITV series Footballers’ Wives – age 7510 – Joni Sledge, Singer – with two sisters founded R&B group Sister Sledge “We Are Family” – age 6013 – Kim Jong-nam, Older brother of Kim Jong-un, ruler of N.Korea, exiled and assassinated for disagreeing with the government – age 45 (poisonous gas attack)17 – Lawrence Montaigne, Actor – “The Great Escape” (1963), “Escape to Witch Mountain” (1975) – age 8617 – Derek Walcott, Poet – “Omeros” (1990) for which he won a Nobel Prize in Literature – age 8718 – Chuck Berry Singer/Songwriter – 1950s rock & roll pioneer, “Maybellene” (1955), “Johnny B. Sharkey (1976-78) – age 90 (kidney failure)07 – Tim Pigott-Smith, Actor – Ronald Merrick in English TV series “The Jewel in the Crown” – age 7007 – Glenn O’Brien, Writer – “The Style Guy” for GQ magazine – age 70 (complications from pneumonia)10 – Linda Hopkins, Blues Singer – performed with Louis Armstrong, Sammy Davis and others – age 9210 – Margaret Towner, Actress (UK) – Jira in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999)11 – J. Geils Blues Band, “Centerfold”, “Freeze Frame” – age 71 (natural causes)12 – Charlie Murphy, Actor/Comedian – regular on ‘Chappelle’s Show’, Eddie Murphy’s brother – age 57 (leukemia)14 – Bruce Langhorne, Folk Musician – he was the inspiration for Bob Dylan’s song “Mr. Senate (1998-2009) – age 85 (stroke)27 – Gregg Allman, Muscian – The Allman Brothers Band, “Midnight Riders”, “Ramblin Man” – age 69 (liver cancer)28 – John Noakes, TV Host – Presented BBC children’s TV show “Blue Peter’ – age 8329 – Manuel Noriega, Military dictator – strong man ruler of Panama (1983-89), removed and arrested by a U. invasion 1989 – age 83 (complications from brain surgery)30 – Molly Peters, Actress/Model – Bond girl in “Thunderball” – age 75 (stroke)30 – Elena Verdugo, Actress – nurse Consuelo Lopez in TV show “Marcus Welby, M.01 – Stuart Hamilton, Canadian pianist/opera singing coach – Artistic Director Emeritus of Opera in Concert – age 8702 – Richard Machowicz, Actor/Navy Seal – host of TV show Future Weapons – age 5105 – Paul Goble, Children’s Books Writer – “The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses” – age 8305 – Jill Saward, Activist/Campaigner for tougher sexual battery laws in the UK – age 5106 – Francine York, Actress – Sabrina Kincaid in “The Doll Squad” (1973) – age 8006 – Om Puri, Actor – Papa in “The Hundred-Foot Journey” (2014), Dr.Vijav Alezais in “Wolf” (1994) – age 66 (heart attack)07 – Sylvester Potts, Singer – Motown group The Contours, “Do You Love Me” (1962) – age 7907 – Eddie Kamae, Singer/Composer – founder of The Sons of Hawaii, Ukulele Hall of Fame Inductee – age 8908 – Peter Sarstedt, English Singer/Songwriter – “Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)?

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