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Jimmy Yancey - Biography
... Yancey was born in Chicago in (depending on the source) 1894, or 1898 ... War I, Yancey played baseball in a Negro league baseball team, the Chicago All-Americans ... Throughout his life, Yancey kept a job as groundskeeper for the Chicago White Sox ...
USS Chicago (CA-29)
... USS Chicago (CA-29) was a Northampton-class heavy cruiser of the United States Navy that served in the Pacific Theater in the early years of World War II ... US Navy ship to be named after the city of Chicago, Illinois ...
Glencoe, Illinois - Notable People
... Gasoline Alley) lived in Glencoe Gene Siskel, film critic and journalist for the Chicago Tribune Harold Ramis, comedian, actor, and director (Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, Caddyshack ... up in Glencoe Brian Griese, quarterback for the Chicago Bears lived in Glencoe Mike Tomczak, quarterback for the Chicago Bears lived in Glencoe Fred Miller offensive tackle for ...
Jim McMahon - Career Stats
... Sacks-Lost Pass Rating 1982 Chicago 8 210-120 1,501.571 7. 27-196 79.9 1983 Chicago 14 295-175 2,184.593 13. 42-266 77.6 1984 Chicago 9 143-85 1,146.594 2. 10-4 ...
Chicago - Sister Cities
... Chicago has 28 Sister Cities around the world ... Like Chicago, many of them are or were the second most populous city or second most influential city of their country, or they are the main city of a ... To celebrate the sister cities, Chicago hosts a yearly festival in Daley Plaza, which features cultural acts and food tastings from the other cities ...

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