The New York Times' coverage of the death of Virgil Trucks is formatted exactly as we learned in class.
The lead is structured with his name, a statement describing who he is, when and where he died, and finally his age.
The writer didn't have a cause of death, so the second graph just has the source who confirmed the death.
Then it has the claim to fame section in which the writer mainly lists records Trucks set in baseball.
The bio section begins with Trucks' full name and goes through his life chronologically.
There is a survived by section, followed by a short anecdote as a kicker.
The only quote included is one by Trucks in the final kicker.