What's in a name? Cincinnati grapples with Marge Schott
CINCINNATI Marge Schott's slurs and other offensive comments while she owned the Cincinnati Reds have organizations in her hometown reconsidering the use of her name on facilities that benefited from her donations. Her name is featured on many facilities, from the Cincinnati Zoo to a baseball stadium on the University of Cincinnati's campus. Schott ran a car dealership in Cincinnati before buying controlling interest in the Reds, one of the city's most treasured entities. She donated $2 million for a 3,085-seat baseball stadium at the University of Cincinnati that has her name on the exterior. He tweeted that he once had an opportunity to have the field at Marge Schott Stadium named for him.