The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, September 17, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 260
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OVERFLOW CROWD SEES ELDER WIN
Thousands of fans got free admission to Saturday's high school football game between Highlands and Elder at Paul Brown Stadium as officials moved to diffuse a potentially dangerous situation. About 35,000 people showed up for the cross-river rivalry, and only a handful of ticket windows were open, leaving thousands in line at kickoff time. They were let in free after the kickoff was delayed half an hour. Elder won 21-14.
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HUGE UPSET ... ALMOST
After some last-second heroics sent the game to overtime, the UC Bearcats stood ready to knock off No. 4 Wisconsin, go 3-0 and vault into the national spotlight. Then ...
Ohio State escapes from Miami

LEARNING ON THE JOB
All young Bengals QB Akili Smith needs is some experience, along with a good team around him. Like his opponent today, Mark Brunell of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Bengals already in danger in Week 2

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The soccer team tied China and the gymnastics team struggled Sunday. Check Cincinnati.com/olympics for Paul Daugherty's reports, coverage of the 12 Tristate athletes, and the latest news and results from Associated Press.

OKTOBERFEST A TO Z
Cincinnati.Com has the complete guide, from Apple strudle to Zinzinnati, on the largest Octoberfest outside of Germany.
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Reds 7, Brewers 3
Kroger pulls Griffey cereal box
Kentucky 41, Indiana 34
Nelson leads Kroger after late surge
Kroger classic scores
Kroger tee times
Bengals can't let losses linger
Captain Steve wins Ky. Cup Classic
St. Ignatius 29, St. Xavier 10
Complete prep football coverage

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Educators will watch merit pay closely
Ohio speaker-to-be wily, tough
Probation officers ignoring court orders
Forum examines addiction
Town's image goes from antiques to angst
Hammys to honor finest swine
Pig Parade: The Spirit of Pig-cinnati
UC prof is theaters' creative catalyst
CCO's young maestro faces daunting mission
Stage First improves in Part II
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Joseph-Beth adds chapter
New cartons boost International Paper
Change key to CDCI success
Magnets, mugs keep name visible
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