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According to The Chicago Tribune News Service, State Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk of California has devised a series of questions which the joiner might well ask about any organization seeking his money and his name: 1.
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According to an early interview, with the city snowed under during the Great Blizzard of 1978 in Chicago, the two began preliminary work on the Computerized Bulletin Board System, or CBBS.
On TV shows based in Chicago such as The Bob Newhart Show, Married ... with Children, Family Matters, Still Standing, According to Jim, Early Edition and The Bernie Mac Show, the main characters are all Bears fans, and have worn Bears ' jerseys and t-shirts on some occasions.
According to occultist Israel Regardie, the Golden Dawn had spread to the United States of America before 1900 and a Thoth-Hermes temple had been founded in Chicago.
" According to Spink, " It wasn't long before Chicago writers discovered they had a ' character ' on the bench.
According to economists Donald Deere ( Texas A & M ), Kevin Murphy ( University of Chicago ), and Finis Welch ( Texas A & M ), Card and Krueger's conclusions are contradicted by " common sense and past research ".
According to Chicago Tribune columnist Steve Chapman, " Daley lasted 22 years in office partly because he resolved to ingratiate himself with black Chicagoans.
According to legend, it was at this time that Kenna got his nickname from Chicago Tribune publisher Joseph Medill, because of his small stature.
According to Pyun there are some major changes, “ My version is set in Chicago and no stock footage.
According to a 2012 Forbes Magazine report, they are the fourth-most valuable basketball franchise in the United States, valued at approximately $ 497 million ; the franchise is surpassed in value only by the New York Knicks, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Chicago Bulls.
According to criminal justice professor John Hagedorn, many of the biggest gangs from Chicago originated from prisons.
According to Anton Boras of the Mythology Association of Chicago, Illinois Taras is not the son of Poseidon.
According to Hughes, the scene at the Art Institute of Chicago was " a self-indulgent scene of mine — which was a place of refuge for me, I went there quite a bit, I loved it.
According to the Friday, August 12, 2011 online edition of the Peoria Journal Star by Deanna Bellandi of the Associated Press, President Barack Obama, who worked and lived in Chicago, Illinois, will visit Atkinson during a three-state bus tour of the Midwest focusing on jobs, the state of the economy, and the housing market in a campaign-style event.
According to music journalist Jim DeRogatis, the EP marked a return to their earlier, harder sound —" free from the pseudo-funk moves and avant-garde tinkering that had been inspired by Chicago producer Jim O ' Rourke ".
According to this book, Martin received help with his singing career from members of the Chicago Outfit, who owned saloons in the city, and later performed in shows hosted by these bosses when he was a star.
According to one widely reported account, newsman Ed Lahey wrote this lead for the Chicago Daily News: " Richard Loeb, despite his erudition, today ended his sentence with a proposition.
According to fellow cartoonist Bill Mauldin, the name was suggested by that of Wellington J. Reynolds, one of Segar's instructors at the Chicago Art Institute.
According to daytime television ratings, viewership averages 5 million per episode, ranking number 1 in all big markets, such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, and many others.
According to Robert Hendrickson, author of the Encyclopedia of Word and Phrase Origins, black workers in Chicago meatpacking plants picked up the term from white workers and began applying it indiscriminately to all whites.
According to ABA data Penn Law's admission and yield rates are generally on par with its peers, and in some cases better relatively to the school's general rank ( e. g. NYU and Chicago have higher admission and lower yield rates than Penn Law ).
According to Dr. Mark P. Mattson, chief of the laboratory of neurosciences at the US National Institute on Aging, fasting every other day ( intermittent fasting ) shows beneficial effects in mice as strong as those of caloric-restriction diets, and a small study conducted on humans at the University of Illinois at Chicago indicates the same results
According to Brown, once his band started enjoying popularity the local Chicago musicians union began picketing his band of non-union out-of-towners.
According to CORE, “ school segregation a damaging bacteria, a psychological handicap, which a disease generating widespread unemployment and crime in Chicago .”
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According to the Newseum, the story revealing that Americans broke the enemy naval codes was not cleared by censors, and had FDR so enraged that he considered shutting the Tribune.
According to a 1957 article in the Tulsa Tribune, an agent for the townsite company was told by the railroad home office to name a town for the director.
According to Nat Hentoff in his 1957 liner notes for the Blakey Columbia LP of the same name, the phrase " hard bop " was originated by author-critic-pianist John Mehegan, jazz reviewer of the New York Herald Tribune at that time.
According to Jaime R. Vergara of the Saipan Tribune, the declared reason for the cancellation of the Saipan-Manila route was the fact that NCLEX tests were now available in Manila, so Filipino nurses no longer had to travel to Saipan to take the test.
According to Sun Times publisher John Cruickshank, Red Streak was only launched " to stop Tribune from gaining a foothold in the paid tabloid market ...".
According the Rust family history, while writing for the New York Tribune, newspaperman Horace Greeley quickly “ characterized Rust ’ s resolution as an attempt to make it appear that the contest over the speakership was one of personal rivalries among the candidates and not of principles, and its true purpose to ride the opposition of the powerful candidate, Banks.
According to the Tribune, Malone challenged the court's ruling with regard to Bell, claiming that the judgment holding him responsible for $ 125 per week in child support, plus past and future medical expenses, was excessive.
According to one historian, the earliest known use of the word jaywalker in print was in the Chicago Tribune in 1909.
According to Chicago Tribune Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Blair Kamin, the list of contenders was controversial because no Chicago-based architects were included as finalists despite the fact that prominent Chicago architects such as Helmut Jahn and Stanley Tigerman were among the 23 semi-finalists.
According to the Medford Mail Tribune, the division's Highway Engineer, Forrest Cooper, said 28 highway bridges were out and many highways looked doubtful whether they would continue to be opened.
" According to an account in the Chicago Tribune, which described Belly as a " cute-as-a-button band ", Donelly once approached the microphone during a performance and deliberately " burped.
According to a 1981 article by Chip Womick, a staff writer of The Courier Tribune, Bavier enthusiastically promoted Christmas and Easter Seal Societies from her Siler City home, and often wrote inspirational letters to fans who sought autographs.
According to his obituary in the Chicago Tribune, a walk in the woods in Verona, New Jersey was his inspiration.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Froehlich is cited as saying that the Republican Party " future prospects are not that good ".
" According to the Chicago Tribune, it is currently titled Sinner's Creed and it will be released on October 2, 2012 by Tyndale House.
According to its publisher, publication of the combined New York World Journal Tribune was delayed for several months after the April 1966 expiration of its three components because of difficulty reaching an agreement with manual laborers who were needed to operate the press.
According to an interview with the Great Falls Tribune, Welch returned to the studio to begin work on his second album.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Orton was en route to overtake Griese's ( then ) second string position.
According to the San Diego Evening Tribune in 1938, Rife stopped short of claiming that he could cure cancer, but did argue that he could " devitalize disease organisms " in living tissue, " with certain exceptions ".