Chicago was blessed with several great newspapers back in the 1970s. This man appears to be reading the Tribune while he waits for the bus. Back in those days, every el and bus stop seemed to have a news vendor. The tabloid format of the Sun-Times made it a little easier to read while standing, but many people preferred the Trib which modestly called itself the World’s Greatest Newspaper. For those not from Chicago, the Tribune also owned WGN. The call letters for the station came from the nickname of the newspaper.