Deaths of note from around the world:
Ed Stevens, 87: Brooklyn Dodgers player whose claim to fame — along with Howie Schultz, with whom he shared first base — was being replaced by Jackie Robinson when he broke the major league color barrier in April 1947. Died July 22 in Houston.
Mary Treadwell, 71: Directed a jobs training, self-help and minority investment program for inner-city youths, and later went to jail for using the program to defraud the federal government. Died July 21 at her home in Baltimore.