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Star Tower
   is in   
Cincinnati
Erected in the summer of 1991
Cincinnati
      
Reds
Cincinnati
   has the   
Bearcats
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati
   plays in the   
Big East
Cincinnati, Ohio
Dr. Johnny Fever
   appears in   
WKRP in Cincinnati
Herb Tarlek
   appears in   
WKRP in Cincinnati
Les Nessman
   appears in   
WKRP in Cincinnati
1919
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
5 games to 3 v. Chicago White Sox
1940
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Detroit Tigers
1975
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
7 games v. Boston Red Sox. MVP: Pete Rose
1976
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the New York Yankees in 4 games. MVP: Johnny Bench
1990
   World Series Champions were the   
Cincinnati Reds
Swept the Oakland Athletics in 4 games. MVP: Jose Rijo
1962
   champions were   
Cincinnati
1961
   champions were   
Cincinnati
Cincinnati
   has the   
Bengals
AFC North. Founded in 1968.
Cincinnati
   Airport has the code   
CVG
Located in Erlanger, KY - CVG stands for Covington Field
Cheer Cincinnati
   is the fight song of   
University of Cincinnati
Red and Black
   is the fight song of   
University of Cincinnati
Give a Cheer
   is the fight song of   
University of Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Kid (1965)
   featured Steve McQueen in the role of   
The Cincinnati Kid
Drama, also starred Edward G. Robinson, Ann-Margret & Karl Malden. An up-and-coming poker player tries to prove himself in a high-stakes match against a long-time master of the game
Cincinnati
   is situated in   
Ohio
Archdiocese
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
Cincinnati Bengals
   are in the   
AFC North
Sparky Anderson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
Fifth on the all-time wins list with 2194 wins
Lou Piniella
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1990-1992
Fred Hutchinson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1959-1964
Jimmie Dykes
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Redlegs
1958 (The Cincinnati Reds were called the Redlegs from 1954-1959.)
Dusty Baker
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
2008-
Davey Johnson
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1993-1995
Jack McKeon
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1997-2000
Chuck Dressen
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1934-1937
Birdie Tebbetts
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Redlegs
1954-1958 (Team name was changed for five years following the Korean War to distinguish them from COMMUNISTS)
Burt Shotton
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Reds
1934
Mayo Smith
   was manager of   
Cincinnati Redlegs
1959
Xavier University
   is in   
Cincinnati
Ohio
The ____ Kid
   is missing   
Cincinnati
1965. Drama about a young poker player and his quest to beat the best player, “The Man" Stars Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Ann-Margaret & Karl Malden
Queen City
   Means   
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cincinnati, Ohio is the Home of the Reds
   is   
True






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