GRAHAM CRUSADE DRAWS RECORD CROWD (Cincinnati-AP) -- A record 65-thousand-600 turned out at Paul Brown Stadium last night in Cincinnati for the final evening of the Reverend Billy Graham's crusade. That's the largest crowd ever for the two-year old stadium, which serves as home for the National Football League's Bengals. Organizers say about 201-thousand attended over the four nights. Graham told the Biblical story of the prodigal son, who left his father and home, then repented and returned to ask for forgiveness. He urged listeners to seek forgiveness from God. Throughout the mission Graham, also referred frequently to the problem of racism and the need for racial unity. The message had particular meaning for a city where the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man sparked three days of riots in April 2001.