here I was told in Illinois by several hospital authorities that if I could bring tome more over there for internships the hospitals would very plfiifd Tmhmefi practice Illinois after one year's internship in that Slate and. in fact, some of colleagues
August 20, 1953 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ILLINOIS TO AGAIN THE majority of the probables for the ' August Handicap, the principal race tomorrow, have wSover the course, but minols hasmore wtos to his credit here than his rivals and looks all set to record another success. . , Illinois, who was
August 26, 1959 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
aspect. it makes sense to take up the Illinois offer. They are one of the top colleges in the United States and for much of last year. they were in No 2 position nationwide. "It's another plus that the Illinois coach. Craig Thyky, who is also the coach
September 15, 1999 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ENTERPRISE IN ILLINOIS. ((ly arrangement with London "Express") CHICAGO, Thursday.—An astounding development of the "back to barter" expedient induced by existing trade and business conditions is announced by the head of Illinois Wesleyan University.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY (THROUGH REITERS AGENCY.) Hartford (Connecticut), Thursday. A meeting local .-tfockhuideri the Illinois Central Railroad, held here to-day in the Board of Trade Bnikling, unammoosly resolved that all the proxies of the stockiiolders
October 4, 1907 - Dublin Daily Express - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ILLINOIS COAL STRIKE, Springfield (Illinois!, Saturday.—The strike of the coal-hoisting engineers employed tho Illinois Coal Mines has ended, tho Union having been disrupted and absorbed by United Mine Workers of America.
Railway Smash in Illinois Twelve Persons Killed and Many Injured. tDALZIEL'S CARLEORAM Chicago, Tuesday. disastrous collision occurred hot evening on the Illinois Central Railway. The second section of the Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago. and St Laois
September 20, 1893 - Dublin Evening Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
ILLINOIS CENTRAL (REUTERS TELECRAM CHICAGO, Monday. Mr. £tuyvcsant Fish, president of the ■ Illinois Central Railroad, admits that Mr. J. T. Hardbam will be candidate for tho presidency of the line at Wednesday's meeting the directors. Mr. Harahan casts
November 6, 1906 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Man from Illinois Now it has been known all along that Mr. Truman's first choice was Governor Adlai Stevenson, of Illinois, who up to now has said that he is content to stay where he is. The position, therefore, is that Governor Stevenson is not either