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April 13, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Northern Illinois Coach Jim Molinari was chosen by Bradley in Peoria, Ill., to rebuild its program after three consecutive losing seasons under Stan Albeck. Albeck resigned after the Braves had consecutive 20-loss seasons for the first time in school history. Molinari, 36, a former DePaul assistant, directed Northern Illinois to a 25-6 record this season and an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament.
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April 13, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Northern Illinois Coach Jim Molinari was chosen by Bradley in Peoria, Ill., to rebuild its program after three consecutive losing seasons under Stan Albeck. Albeck resigned after the Braves had consecutive 20-loss seasons for the first time in school history. Molinari, 36, a former DePaul assistant, directed Northern Illinois to a 25-6 record this season and an at-large berth in the NCAA tournament.
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January 3, 1988
Chana Perry scored 41 points, including 25 in the second half, to lead the San Diego State women's basketball team to a 103-92 nonconference victory over the University of Northern Illinois Saturday night at Peterson Gym. Perry also had 15 rebounds. The 41 points were 5 fewer than Tina Hutchinson's school record.
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March 16, 2002 | JERRY HIRSCH and JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Andersen accounting firm worked Friday to sell all or part of the company to rival KPMG, while trying to dissuade its foreign affiliates from striking independent deals after the firm's indictment on obstruction-of-justice charges a day earlier. Also Friday, the federal General Services Administration suspended Andersen, which handles more than $60 million in government contracts, from receiving new contracts from federal agencies as long as it is under indictment.
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June 17, 1990 | GRETA BEIGEL
It's dusk as a group of concert-goers file patiently into an auditorium in Long Beach to attend an "informance"--a quasi-recital plus conversation--by pianist William Koehler. The curtain parts and Koehler, tall and agreeable, bounds on stage. Sipping from a can of cream soda, he tells his audience--numbering about 75--that he was born in Houston, studied at the Juilliard School in New York and for five years has taught at the University of Northern Illinois.
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