Friday, March 7, 1997
Columns in today's Enquirer

CLIFF RADEL, METRO
On Wednesday, they drove down Kellogg with roofing materials on their truck. The diehards up the street came out of their houses - the ones with the Ohio River in their back yards. They pointed at the truck and had a good laugh.
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JIM KNIPPENBERG, PSST
Well all right, already. Go ahead and save those metal pop tabs from soda and beer cans. Somebody, somewhere, wants them, even if the Kidney Foundation of Greater Cincinnati doesn't.
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PAUL DAUGHERTY
You could argue the top-seeded team should do more than make a fight in its first-round game. You could also argue that Xavier should have been playing, say, Fordham.
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TIM SULLIVAN, SPORTS
Behind Ruben Patterson's skillful maneuvering and Danny Fortson's muscle, the Bearcats stomped the Billikens 71-43. What they lacked at the point, they made up at the point of attack. This was Big Biceps Basketball, and mighty effective.
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