* Dr. David Cogan, 85, an ophthalmologist whose studies of victims of atomic bombing in Japan led to findings on cataract development and radiation damage, died Sept. 9 of a heart attack in Chevy Chase. He was chief of neuro-ophthalmology at the National Institutes of Health's National Eye Institute from 1974 to 1985. He had been a senior medical officer at the National Eye Institute since 1985.
* Eileen Anderson, 65, a perennial Los Angeles mayoral candidate who billed herself as the "Dancing Landmark" and conducted street-corner political debate wearing a bikini, died Sunday, a week after she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. She ran for mayor 17 times, most recently this year when she was one of 24 candidates. Peace, love and understanding were her campaign themes, and her 1993 platform centered on using lottery money to hire more police officers.
* John Butler, 74, a ballet choreographer best know for his pas de deux "After Eden," died Saturday of cancer in New York. Other prominent ballets were "Carmina Burana," "According to Eve" and "Portrait of Billie." He also danced in Broadway musicals, including "Oklahoma!," "On the Town," "Hollywood Pinafore" and "Inside U.S.A.," as well as in the 1948 movie "Words and Music." In the late 1940s, he worked as a television choreographer for the revues "Omnibus," "Camera Three" and the NBC Opera Theatre. Butler also created dances for the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Ballet and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.