Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico; born in Barranquitas, P.R., July 17, 1859; attended the common schools; engaged in commerce and general business; founded La Democracia, a daily newspaper, in Ponce, P.R., in 1889; was sent to Madrid in 1896 as a special representative to confer with the Liberal Party of Spain on establishing home rule
Representative from New Mexico; born on a small farm near the Indian Pueblo of San Ildefonso, N.Mex., May 12, 1928. He attended grade school and junior high of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and graduated from St. Michael’s High School, Sante Fe, N.Mex., 1946. Later, he attended St. Mary’s College, in San Francisco, Calif.; B.A., College
One of baseball’s premier pitchers; won 1997 NL Cy Young award with Montreal; traded to Boston Red Sox in Nov. 1997; 2-time AL Cy Young Award winner with Boston (1999,2000); went to N.Y. Mets in 2005.