Keeley, James

Keeley, James

(1867–1934) journalist; born in London, England. Emigrating in 1883, he began as a reporter for the Kansas City Times; in his first big story, he tracked down and apprehended a murder suspect in a swamp. As general manager of the Chicago Tribune from 1898, he shaped it into an omnibus newspaper with many features, including an innovative "Friend of the People" column for readers with grievances.
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Tomorrow's game will see several players missing or facing late fitness tests, with Richie Thornton, Tom Keeley, James Moss, Dave Thomas, Ross Hanlon, Scott Ward and Ben Davison all doubtful through either injury or illness.
The suspects' names are: Eric Rassinerux, David Lapierre, Mark Sklar, Stephen Drake, Adam Korman, Graham Jonathan Louis, Paul John Keeley, James Leonard Clarke, Stephen Daniel Hodes, Daniel Schnur, Philip Carr, Roy Cannon, Joshua Daniel Bruce, Gale Folliard, Ana Shauan Clasby.