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If there was one athlete in San Juan who stopped hearts merely by appearing somewhere, it was Cuba's peerless heavyweight boxer, Teofilo Stevenson. At 6'5", 220 pounds and crafted of too-large and too-perfect parts,...
June 29, 1970 | Roger Rapoport
The Bureau of Reclamation plans to seed the Colorado clouds to get more snow; natives are saying they have too much of the white stuff now
April 10, 2006 | DAVID MARANISS
Forty schools, two hospitals and scores of parks and ball fields, from Puerto Rico to Pittsburgh, carry his name. To understand why, you have to know how he died
April 21, 2003 | Daniel G. Habib
Take me out to the ball game, say the fervent fans in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Expos' new—and very different—home away from home
October 24, 1966
BASKETBALL—NBA: The league opened its long season (page 40), and the new CHICAGO team surprised all with a 104-97 win over the Hawks in St. Louis as Guy Rodgers, whom the Bulls acquired from the Warriors, threw in 36...