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Chicago committed numerous critical errors and were outscored 20 – 6 in a Dodger sweep, which provided yet another sudden and stunning ending to what had once been looked at as a season of destiny.
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In Roxie Hart ( 1942 ), based on the same play which served as the template for the later musical Chicago, Ginger played a wise-cracking wife on trial for a murder her husband committed.
However, Screwface's identical twin brother, who runs the Chicago Posse crime business arrives and kills Charles making the gang and the audience believe that Screwface returned from the dead where in fact he actually committed all the Screwface crimes in Chicago, such as trying to murder Hatcher and his sister.
In 1947, while promoting his " Moral ABC " at the University of Chicago, Bronner was arrested and committed to a mental hospital in Elgin, Illinois, from which he escaped after shock treatments.
Ardently adhering to his own interpretation of one particular teaching of the Second Vatican Council, Bernardin, first in Cincinnati, then in Chicago, was committed to ecumenical and interfaith dialogues.
Loudmouthed Chicago Police Department Detective-Sergeant Art Ridzik, investigates several local murders committed by Viktor's cartel.
" It does not have to be accomplished via government action ; for example, in the 1980s in the United States, President Reagan dismantled parts of affirmative action, but one report in the Chicago Tribune suggested that companies remained committed to the principle of equal opportunity regardless of government requirements.
Though he completed 27 of 49 passes for 354 yards against the Chicago Bears, and two touchdowns, Brees committed three costly turnovers, and was penalized for an intentional grounding in the endzone, resulting in a safety, as the Saints lost 39 – 14.
for Maclean's covering the 2007 business fraud trial of his friend Conrad Black in Chicago, from the point of view of one who was never convinced Black committed any crime.
In 1922, Roselli committed a murder and fled to Chicago changing his name from Filippo Sacco to John Roselli.
Hinrich originally committed to play basketball at Iowa State but when the coach at the time, Tim Floyd, took the head coaching position for the NBA's Chicago Bulls, Hinrich changed his mind and decided to attend the University of Kansas.
However, the plans were all a ruse, as Madeleine and Valentine were carrying on an affair behind Moses's back, and shortly after arriving in Chicago, Madeleine throws Herzog out, securing a restraining order ( of sorts ) against him, and attempting to have him committed to an asylum.
Larson's next books include Isaac's Storm ( 1999 ), about the experiences of Isaac Cline during the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 ; and The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic and Madness at the Fair That Changed America ( 2003 ), about the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago and a series of murders by H. H. Holmes that were committed in the city around the time of the Fair.
Following his first season of professional baseball that included a. 202 batting average with four home runs and 16 runs batted in, Jordan committed to the Great Falls Voyagers, a Rookie-level team in the Chicago White Sox system.
Huie also reported on the murder of African-American Chicago teenager Emmett Till, and after a Mississippi jury found the accused murderers of Till not guilty, he paid the killers themselves $ 4, 000 to describe how and why they committed the murders.
Klocek acknowledges that he told the United Muslims Moving Ahead student group that all terrorist attacks were committed by Muslims, but he claims that he was quoting Chicago Sun-Times columnist Neil Steinberg.
It is learned that at the reunion in Chicago, the celebrity alumna Cecil Lockhart kidnapped Ben, renamed him Sam, and raised him as her own child until she was committed to a mental hospital, leaving Sam to be raised in a house only two blocks from the Cappadoras, by his adoptive father, the sensitive and intellectual George Karras.
Shortly thereafter, the ESO ’ s Board of Directors committed to becoming Illinois ’ highest paid orchestra outside of Chicago.
-Apparently following O ' Banion's murder, another North Side Gang member, highly decorated World War I veteran Sam " Nails " Morton, " known " by Chicago police to have committed several murders, was riding a horse in Chicago's Lincoln Park, when the horse threw the gangster and then kicked him to death.
After numerous articles in the Chicago Tribune, the Associated Press, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Daily Egyptian itself, it appeared no crime was committed.
At the same time, Benny seemed fearful of a committed relationship and Sadie Marks continued dating other men, even becoming engaged, which panicked the comedian enough to beg her to come to Chicago, where he tried to convince her she was too young to marry.
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The Magnificent Mile hosts numerous upscale stores, as well as landmarks like the Chicago Water Tower
Chicago is the seat of numerous religious leaders from a host of bishops of a wide array of Christian denominations as well as other religions.
The Chicago Police Department made numerous arrests, and the extensive damage to the field forced the White Sox to forfeit the second game to the Detroit Tigers, who had won the first game.
There are, for instance, numerous prominent US examples, including The Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, Criswell College in Dallas, the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, and Dallas Theological Seminary.
In what became known as " Red Summer " of 1919, numerous industrial cities across the Midwest and North had severe race riots, in which ethnic whites led riots and killed numerous blacks, and thousands more were left homeless when property was destroyed, as in Chicago, Omaha, Baltimore, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia.
Major construction during his terms in office resulted in O ' Hare International Airport, the Sears Tower, McCormick Place, the University of Illinois at Chicago campus, numerous expressways and subway construction projects, and other major Chicago landmarks.
Joliet and Marquette did not report any Indians living near the Chicago River area at this time, though archaeologists have since discovered numerous Indian village sites elsewhere in the greater Chicago area.
He credited Buddy Bolden as an early influence, and in turn was a major influence on numerous younger musicians in New Orleans and Chicago, including Tommy Ladnier, Paul Mares, Muggsy Spanier, Louis Panico, Johnny Wiggs, and Louis Armstrong.
His works won recognition and numerous awards from such institutions as the following: the Paris Salon, the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Academy of Design ( Altman prize, 1916 ); and the Salmagundi Club ( Isidor prize, 1917 ).
The School has formed formal academic agreements with five international universities – Columbia University ( New York City ), Sciences Po ( Paris ), the University of Cape Town, Peking University ( Beijing ) and the National University of Singapore, in addition to numerous research agreements with Oxford, Harvard, Yale, Chicago, NYU, Imperial College and UC Berkeley.
Also in this period was the Chicago Race Riot of 1919, in which ethnic white mobs killed numerous blacks, and burned residential districts, leaving thousands of blacks homeless.
He recorded with numerous small groups in Chicago, most notably Louis Armstrong's Hot 5 and Hot 7, and Jelly Roll Morton's Red Hot Peppers.
The native population was numerous until the autumn of 1840 when the U. S. Government forcibly removed the Indians to reserves west of the Mississippi under Authority of the Indian Removal Act and Treaty of Chicago.
The native population was numerous until the U. S. Government forcibly removed the Indians to reserves west of the Mississippi under Authority of the Indian Removal Act and Treaty of Chicago.
Until 1960s, Tracy was a highly active railroad town on the Chicago & Northwestern Railway as a concentration point for numerous branchlines in the area serving heavy agriculture.
His work of the 1860s and 1870s often tended toward the panoramic and picturesque, topped by cloud-laden and threatening skies, and included views of his native country ( Autumn Oaks, 1878, Metropolitan Museum of Art ; Catskill Mountains, 1870, Art Institute of Chicago ), as well as scenes inspired by numerous travels overseas, especially to Italy and France ( The Monk, 1873, Addison Gallery of American Art ; Etretat, 1875, Wadsworth Atheneum ).
In addition, numerous sequences were filmed in downtown Chicago, particularly in the Merchandise Mart lobby and the Hilton Chicago grand ballroom.
Since its rise in the 1970s, when even ABC ’ s Wide World of Sports was televising guts action, and numerous tournaments were springing up, from Toronto to Chicago and Los Angeles, the sport has gradually declined in popularity in America.
The " P. M. New Orleans Bar-B-Q " became a gathering place for Chicago jazz musicians and home to numerous jam sessions, which Mares occasionally joined in.
In addition, he made numerous guest appearances on shows including The Larry Sanders Show, Walker, Texas Ranger, Touched by an Angel, Chicago Hope, The Pretender, and Ally Mcbeal.