The Cincinnati Enquirer
Friday Night, March 24, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 84
L O C A L
S P O R T S
B U S I N E S S
W E A T H E R
T R A F F I C
march madness
Florida knocks off Duke; Tulsa beats Miami
ST. X REACHES STATE TITLE GAME
The Bombers will play Bedford for the Division I championship in Columbus after routing Hilliard Davidson 58-42 in Friday's semifinal.
Purcell Marian likely to pick up pace in Division II finals
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GORE DOES CHICKEN DANCE
Al Gore stopped in a Sands Montessori classroom as part of a quick tour of the school's crumbling physical structure and ended up explaining - at a student's insistence - how to hypnotize a chicken.
Gore's visit: politics firstStudents enjoy the attention

REDS OPENER ON CH. 5
        Don't have Reds Opening Day tickets or cable TV? No problem. Unlike last year, Opening Day will be televised on free TV.
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CITY FREEZES FUNDS TO TOURISM PROGRAM
Cincinnati officials have frozen funds for an African American Chamber of Commerce tourism program, saying there is not enough proof to justify money already spent.
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WHAT'S YOUR MOOD?
Let the Enquirer¹s entertainment staff guide you through the weekend. Here's what to look at, listen to, watch, whatever - depending on your mood.
Sports
Harnisch expected to start opener
No answers for No. 5 spot
Radke may be back on market
St. X plays it cool
Larkin's leadership carries St. X
Purcell reaches state final
Highlands loses in Sweet 16
Munoz leads All-Star team
Enquirer's Girls All-Stars
Antley pulled off Spiral favorite
Lorenzen to get shot to QB UK
Copeland dealing with ankle
UC reorganizes football staff

- Today's Sports Page

Local
bookCity in pictures
Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.


Mom gets life for killing newborn
Police seek rape suspect
Dead girl, 2, had multiple injuries
Students in rape case may return to jail
Truck driver: 'I just couldn't stop'
Coalition aids immigrants
Parental abductions spur action
Passenger pigeon met demise 100 years ago
Bomb threat at Fairfield High
Pope's visit praised here
Census has good start, locals say
Ky. budget divisions erupt
Planetarium projects kids into the stars
Midori gives dazzling performance
May Festival to appear on PBS
Pianist keys into conducting
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Today's market updates
Bank One may drop online unit
Tell us how we're doing
Federated groups catalog, Net
Farmers watch costs grow
OPEC's output at stake
Tristate business summary
Industry notes: Manufacturing
People on the move

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER
PRIZE
WINNER

Today's cartoon

U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Pope's trip
Clinton's trip
Cuban boy
Oscars
Election 2000
GOP Dems
TALK BACK CINCINNATI
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Daugherty - Sports
Parity saps star power from NCAAs
McGurk - Movies
In 'Romeo' the combat's the thing
Radel - Metro
Human rights magazine among elite 'final four'
Bottorff - Video Games
Bronson - Editorial
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Higgins - Your Money
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