For fifty years, five nights a week he was a slave to the clock and a captive of the calendar. Starting in Eugene,. Continue reading
For forty years, Neil was a byline writer for the Chicago Tribune and his beats included the Chicago Blackhawks, Big Ten football and basketball, and horse racing. Among his many national and regional awards, he was a member of a reporting team that earned a Pulitzer Prize in 2000.
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When Rich Falk held his first basketball camp in the summer of 1980 Larry Bird and Magic Johnson had just finished. Continue reading
If there were a Mount Rushmore for Chicago football coaches, the countenances of George Halas, Amos Alonzo Stagg,. Continue reading