The Cincinnati Enquirer
Sunday, May 28, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 149
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DOGGIE HAS HIS DAY
The Reds made peace with their most mistreated icon Saturday night, retiring his number and rekindling his love.
Marlins 8, Reds 6
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VIETNAM VETS DISPEL MYTH
The most familiar image is the dysfunctional one - violent, addicted, homeless, chronically divorced. This Memorial Day finds them battling to right their reputation.

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REMEMBER, EMBRACE THEM
Guest columnist Gail E. B. Padilla says we as a nation have failed our veterans - especially the disabled.
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GRADS MOURN CLASSMATE
Less than 24 hours after Tony Hoffman drowned on a class canoe trip, his fellow seniors at Clinton Massie H.S. graduated in a grief-filled ceremony.
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Special Indy 500 Coverage
Wohlers to pitch at Dayton
Dibble-Furman feud brewing
Bengals receivers have competition
Tiger pulls away in Memorial
Q&A with Gary Nicklaus
Miami eliminated from NCAA
Elder-Moeller try again today
Elder repeats volleyball title
Colerain girls win track regional
La Salle has shot at state
St. X bridesmaid again in tennis
N.Ky. Class A track
N.Ky. Class AA track
N.Ky. Class AAA track
Cyclones eager to return
Speedway resurfacing ahead of schedule

- Today's Sports Page

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bookCity in pictures Enquirer book features 121 photos of people, places and events that have shaped this century.
Theory wins $40,000 prize
River uncovers skeleton
Shakers gone but not forgotten
General Assembly was busy
Rain whets some appetites
Lebanon road plan assailed
Selling movie hardest part
Museum's hog pops with art
Exhibit by deaf artists to open
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
New day for old-line law firm
Open-air malls not foolproof
Brownies took photos of a century
From Vietnam with ambition
Small-business diary
What's in a Net name? Everything
Wires, software weave Net's mesh
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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Student kills teacher
Wendy's suspects arrested
Microsoft breakup plan
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