The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 29, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 242
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THE PERFECT BALLPARK
We sent two reporters to six of baseball's newest ballparks to see what the Reds should copy and what they should ignore.
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BILLS 30, BENGALS 3
This was supposed to be the dawning of the age of Akili, but it looked like a return to the dark ages.
- Smith makes pro debut
- Bengals shouldn't rush Akili Paul Daugherty column
EXPOS 8, REDS 6
The Reds blew a chance to take over first place when Vladimir Guerrero homered off Scott Williamson with two outs in the ninth inning.
Marlins 5, Astros 2
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Click here for special reports from the Crosstown Showdown and Saturday's scores and game stories from the Tristate.
10 ways to be a school activist
Parents and other citizens need to get involved.
Resource list for parents
Baby dead in garbage
Rumpke driver discovered the newborn girl on his route.
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WHAT TO DO THIS WEEKEND
Visit the 16th century Renaissance Festival near Waynesville. Or check out our listings of scores of Tristate events.
Renaissance fest traffic eased
Sports
Tough opener for Buckeyes
Turfway fans closer to track
Author has baseball on brain
Thomas More takes new field
High school results

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Mapplethorpe may become movie
Boomers follow music to Blue Ash
Critics question parole formula
Families cope alone with violent mentally ill
Smog standards in limbo
Street paving goals not met
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Bell joins techno revolution
Pepper selling Freedom Center
Web offers something for nothing
Hiring teens can pay off
Clothier hangs on through changes
Exit plan smart strategy

- Today's Business Page

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