Saturday, January 4, 1997
Sports stories in today's Enquirer

SCHOTT-GM DISPUTE
Seven Reds employees, including acting CEO John Allen, are among those who Marge Schott falsely claimed bought cars from her Chevrolet-Geo dealership, according to an affidavit from a General Motors auditor.
STORY
GM'S LIST OF 57 ALLEGEDLY FAKED SALES

REDSFEST
The public can see a display of the Reds Hall of Fame plaques and meet some of the Hall of Famers themselves at the first RedsFest today at the Convention Center.
STORY
REDSFEST SCHEDULE
WHY REDSFEST?
REDS 1997 SCHEDULE
1997 SPRING SCHEDULE
1996 IN REVIEW

PAUL DAUGHERTY'S COLUMN
You cannot love football without leasing a portion of your heart to the Green Bay Packers.
DAUGHERTY

TIM SULLIVAN'S COLUMN
Steve Spurrier was too grateful to gloat. On the occasion of his first national championship, the headstrong head football coach at the University of Florida was oddly humbled. ''God gave us a mulligan,'' Spurrier said.
SULLIVAN
XAVIER MUSKETEERS
Surprising Xavier, off to the best start in school history, opens play in the Atlantic 10 Conference tonight against Virginia Tech at Cincinnati Gardens.
MUSKETEERS PAGE
CINCINNATI BEARCATS
Everything you wanted to know about the Bearcats.
BEARCATS PAGE

BENGALS
Everything you wanted to know about the Cincinnati Bengals. See photos and drawings of stadium plans, and get information about seat licenses and suite sales.
BENGALS PAGE

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