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ATLANTA — Julia Agnes Washington Bond, whose son Julian became chairman of the NAACP and co-founded the Southern Poverty Law Center, has died. She was 99.

WASHINGTON — Abram "Al" Lerner, the first director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, has died, according to the museum. He was 94.

MILAN, Italy — Nils Liedholm, a Swedish soccer star who became a title-winning soccer coach in Italy, died Monday, said AC Milan, the team for which he played from 1949-61. He was 85.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Rev. Philip Alphonsus Smith, who served as president of Providence College for more than a decade, has died, the college announced. He was 74.

LOS ANGELES — Lowell Dennis Smith, a one-time principal dancer with the Dance Theater of Harlem who brought forceful but fluid body movements to traditional ballets and modern productions, died Oct. 22. He was 56.

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