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Mitch Leigh, a successful advertising jingle writer with an exuberantly entrepreneurial side whose debut attempt at writing music for a Broadway show became the instant, celebrated hit "Man of La Mancha" and earned him a Tony Award, has died. He was 86.
When Newt Gingrich was House speaker and Tony was his press secretary, he brought warmth, humor and intelligence into the policy discussions on Capitol Hill. He was the speaker's spokesman, but much more than that. He helped to fashion the projects and policies that he later would go to the podium to explain. When he argued his viewpoint, he was clear and firm.