The Cincinnati Enquirer
Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 300
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GRAY: 'PETE RUINED HIS OWN EVENING'
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NBC reporter Jim Gray refused to apologize for his ambush interview of Pete Rose in spite of thousands of protests from Rose fans, baseball figures, media and the company that sponsored the All-Century team.

ELECTION GUIDE 1999
Check out our complete guide to next week's election. We cover everything from councils to commissions to school boards.
election
Special Section


ATTENDANCE FALLS SHORT
Crowds for this month's big boat bash were 22 percent lower than predicted.
tallstacks
Event coverage


[stewart]
SPORTS MOURNS CHAMPION
PGA stars carry a heavy burden today to practice for the Tour Championship. Meanwhile, investigators probe the wreckage of Payne Stewart's Lear jet. Click here for the latest.
Sports
Steelers 13, Falcons 9
McKeon could answer today
Bengals try to stay positive
DeMarco to have surgery
Ohio State QB wants chance
Cleaves out two months
Browns winners in print
St. X, Edgewood top coaches polls
Five N.Ky. teams on playoff bubble
Browns winners in print
High school football page

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Foster parents overpaid
Prosecutor defends employees' donations
Candidates ride shoe-leather
Council may stall riverfront
Council hopefuls quizzed on air
Ky. election draws little interest
Smooth day for Fort Washington Way
10 departments battle blaze
Girl accused of false alarm
Police may have lead in slaying
Last chance for spooky kids' books
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Home sales on record pace
7 Comair investors sue
New surgical scissors
Few bids in online egg auction
Nasdaq's later hours ignored
Tristate earnings reports
Industry notes: Banking
Latest market reports

- Today's Business Page

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6 questions on same subject is 5 too many
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Wagging those dog tales again
Pulfer - Metro
A big round of applause for regular heroes
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Journalists have to ask, not badger
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