The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, August 1, 1999 -- Volume 4, No. 213
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REDS TRADE FOR PITCHER
The Reds obtained starting pitcher Juan Guzman from the Baltimore Orioles for minor-league pitching prospects B.J. Ryan and Jacobo Sequea.
Giants 11, Reds 1
Deal shows Reds serious about winning
Saturday's trades at a glance
guzman
heat wave TWO MORE DEAD
The two-week death toll rose to 12 Saturday. A cooldown is supposed to start tonight.
The victims: 12 who died from heat
Forecast and tips for coping with the heat
Party to greet Peace Bell
The 33-ton World Peace Bell will get a rousing welcome today at the Cincinnati riverfront.
Bell's bid for peace harder than it may sound
bell
floryAce of the ATP
Paul Flory has built an elite tourney and reputation.
Riverfront plan needs precise timing
One project delay would leads to others.
Sports
Offer to Smith: $50M with catch
35,000 peek at Speedway
Prosser eyes local guard
Father-son tennis final
Marlins claim national title
Friends battle for Colerain QB

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Record producers labels of love
Our Century of Change
Activist property tax cut
Gun restrictions working, flea market owner says
School levies up to voters
GET TO IT

- Today's Local Page

Business
Training on the Net takes off
P&G changes its world
Times catch up with light recycler
Tipsheet

- Today's Business Page

Borgman
Borgman PULITZER
PRIZE
WINNER

Today's cartoon


U.S. & WORLD NEWS
Today's top stories
Atlanta shootings
Kosovo
Election 2000
John F. Kennedy Jr.

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