The Cincinnati Enquirer
Saturday, July 22, 2000 -- Volume 5, No. 203
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LARKIN TO THE METS, IF ...
The Mets have 72 hours to convince Barry Larkin to accept a trade to New York. The sticking point: The Reds' star wants a long-term contract, and the Mets only want him for the rest of this season.
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DIAMONDBACKS 5, REDS 4
There's no joy in Mudville. The Reds want to trade Barry Larkin, and Ken Griffey Jr. struck out with the tying run on base in the ninth inning.
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SALUTE SUNDAY'S INDUCTEES
Tell us your favorite memory of Hall of Fame inductees Tony Perez, Sparky Anderson or Marty Brennaman, or comment on what you liked best about them. We'll post your comments throughout the weekend.
What fans are saying

Wife held in pilot's slayingimg
More people could be charged in the killing of a Delta Air Lines pilot in his Edgewood home.

Money for roads misspent
City engineers who claimed they were buying asphalt for street repairs were getting computers and office equipment instead.

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ACROBATS OF THE AIR
In FREETIME: A preview of the Dayton air show, where to find a drive-in restaurant, and a review of the Harrison Ford-Michelle Pfeiffer thriller.
Sports

Today's British Open updates
Flesch could raise his profile
Bengals open camp on uptick
Bengals' Scott arrested
Bengals agree with Jackson
Training camp visitors guide
Perez's barbs kept Reds loose
Reds fans make pilgrimage to Cooperstown

- Today's Sports Page

Local
Convention center extension urged
Ethanol use costs Ohio
Roadwork closing part of I-75 tonight
Brawl evidence of white-Hispanic tension
Commission wants home funds cut off
Bush picks Kentuckian as convention speaker
Drug education ads feature 2 Butler candidates
Rashid can keep Chesley
Video proves harassment taking place
Keeping house in summer
Pig Parade: Hamlet
Rostropovich had it right: Watch Daniel Lee
TV show about gay man set near Cincinnati
Who should be cast away?
Guide to help make your day

- Today's Local Page

Business
Social Security back to seniors
Decision can slow big IRA payouts
International growth fund a smart move
Ethanol industry's future iffy
Seven steps to ethanol
3-digit phone codes set aside
First diapers, now bibs
Gannett acquires newspapers
Tristate Business Summary
Tristate Earnings Reports
What's the Buzz?

- Today's Business Page

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