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4 2- The Journal, Thursday, September 27, 1973 Larry Derryberry The JOURNAL ii Featured Speaker Published every Thursday bythe PerklnsPublishingCom- i:. At Demo. Banquet party, 133 S. Main - Post Office Box Lo Perkins, Oklahoma, :i: 74059, Telephone 377-3599 or 547-2411. iii Harland Wells, Editor and Publisher Rick Clark, Managing Editor Glands Wilson, Typist Sue Dodrlll, Business Manager Jane Flint, Advertising Ruth Brown., Circulation Manager Subscription Rate: $5.15 in Payne, Lincoln and Noble Coun- ties. $8.24 Elsewhere. Entered as 2nd class marl at the Post Office in Perkins, Oklahoma, 74059. Call in your subscription, news or class- tried ads today - 547-2411 or 377-3599. Journal Staff Writers War Chant .............. Cathy Prickett-Phone 372-0863 Clarkston-Oak Dale .................. Belle Whitmore Around The Farm ............ Alien WaU-Phone 547-2531 Dora's Shop Talk ........... Dora Mercer-Phone 547-255] Mehan Valley ............ Rhonda PrickeR-Phone 372-0863 Glencoe Area News ..... Mrs. Sherman Bower-Phone 699-2327 The Tryon Beat ......... Pat McCutchen-Phone 918-374-2532 Bowling Scores .............. Opal Baker-Phone 547-2272 Clayton News .......... Jenny Shelton-Phone 918-372-.4301 Lost Creek-Elm Grove ....... Lorayne West-Phone 372-5367 MEMBER ~-~"--- #1 I ~now Js what I read ~ the papers '~/d Rage s LUCEDALE, MISS., GEORGE COUNTY TIMES: "A sign in the window of a Grand Island, Nebraska, butcher advertises T- bones for 59 cents a pound. But in smaller letters at the bottom R says: With meat, $2.08 a pound." State Attorney General Larry Derryberry will be the featured speaker at the 1973 Democratic Kickoff Banquet, Oct. 4, that is being sponsored by the Payne County Democratic Central Committee, according to Bill Huffman, precinct chairman. The banquet will be held at the Oklahoma State University Student Union Ballroom at 7 p.m. with tickets selling for $7.50 per ticket and $14 for couples, Attorney General Derryberry is the State's top lawofficer and serves as lawyer for all stat( agencies and officials. Here- presents the people of Oklahomv in legal proceedings, both civil and criminal, in which the state has an interest. Derryberry, who has said that he is considering the gov- ernorship, has been the State Attorney General since inau- gration in 1971. Derryberry was elected by the people of Jackson County to his first term in the House of Representatives in 1963. For information regarding tickets interested persons should contact Bill Huffman, precinct chairman at 547-2800 or co-chairman Jean McClain at 547-2345. 1-CUP FOLEY REG. $1.29 NOW OLDHICKORY REG. 95 NOW GENERAL ELECTRIC AM/FM S REG. $23.95 NOW FOLEY LARGE REG. 79 NOW CORNING WARE REG. $9.95 NOW ELECTRIC FOLEY REG. $1.29 NOW PYREX REG.$5.65 NOW , ALUM. OR TEFLON QT. i REG. $27.95 NOW PERKINS, OKLA. Pho. 547-2472 HOME TEAM IN CAPS. *Night game. Scores in parentheses s~_ games played sinCe 1970. DNP- Did Not Play during 1970-fgTZ ~*"-: SR - Series Record, with team 'leading In series, number of g~'. lost and tied. U- Indicates Winner was Underdog. HC- Home~u~"' see GRiDiRON LOO-~'on'~,-rUnc|al T.n. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 hlgld~ A. FORCE 31 - N. Max. 17---Haynie-Woods duel most Interesting (DNP . . . SR-Air Force 3-2) c n m k it easY for *Alabama 41- VANDY 7---Don~ Know It Bryant a -29-17 ; (72-ALA. 48-21 71-Ala. 42-0 70-ALA 35.11 , . . SR.Alabama or Calif. 21 - ARMY 19-.-Oependa who's got the hot hand, FerregamO (DNP . . . SR-Army 3-0) COLO. 24-Baylor 13---Home opener might revlvF faltering Buff m=ddM (DNP . . . SR-EVEN 2-2) ~ Corneli24-COLGATE16--Good test for Ivy favorlte.*Allen edg_,,~) (72-CORN. 37-7 71-CORN. 38-20 70-Corm 17-7 . . .' SR-Cornefl:~.,~'l~ Duke 30- VIRGINIA 13--McGee Devils too physical l tuff for i n~v)-- (72-DUKE 37-13 71-Duke 28-0 70-DUKE 17-7 SR-Ouke 15,~ ..iSSST must .,sin t;u;b with .SU " % (72- Aksn" Miss.2 .t3 U" 7t-M,SS Sr t3-t0 U 70-F 34 3 GA. TECH 27-Clemson 10--T, dropping In class; win under am.,'- (72-GA. TECH 31-9 71-GA. TECH 24-14 70-GA TECH 28-7 " " SR-Georgia Tech 32-9-1) GA. 20-N. Car. St. 17~Letharglc Doge catch Pack between Nab, ~.Ulit; (72-GEORGIA 28-22 . . . SR-Georgia 5-1-1) live up to c|~ *Houst, 27 - MEMPHIS ST. (HC) 14--Talenled Cougars (71-Houston 35-7 . . . SR-Houston 3-2) Iowa St. 24 - ARK. 14--Flndgling Hogs find Big 8 too tuff 2nd week In r~ (First Meeting) "ml f~ KANS. 27-Minn. 20--Jaynes gives KU winning edge in high-scar; (72-Kansas 34-28 71-M NN 38-20 USR-Minnesota 3-2) , .... ~'S " Kentucky 24-IND. 22--Curcl program appears sharper than Cot (72-Indiana 35-34 U 71-/NOIANA 26-8 . . . SR.Indiana 8-2-1) -- I~ *LSU 27- RiCe 7.-,.Pursuit-happy Tiger defense mauls outmanned (72-Lsu 12-6 71-LSU 38-3 70-LSU 24-0 SR-LSU 26-12-4) .~==~_ MlamI.F 20- FLA ST. 7---Tax. conqueror stops personal whammY-,,~:e ~) . .~.vz.,. (72-Fla, St. 37-14 71-Fla. St. 20-17 70-Fla, St, 27-3 . . SR ~t ~1 MICH. 41- NeW 7--No reason why Wolves can't dominate like ~,- MI(sT:o:ICH I?NA~I~,7132l ~/CeHslsGe; N~6h 0"in te n s, t/Rf Ml~l~hzz= go~'n=7 :~ (First Meeting) CU week S~ NEB. 41-Wls. lO--Bedgers find Huskers lot tougher than ,~ (DNP , . SR-Nebraska 2-1) aqee4. I~ N. Dame 38 - PURDUE 7 -- A weaker, fe~ experienCed Irish , _~lll~ Purdue 35-0 year ago, while rolling for 636 total yards. Only ~ I# of that senior-laden Boilermaker squad now remain. Bear ND ~_m~-~ years will contain speedster WR Burton. and massive, ngg..re~ fenve has little to heal here. If Wis. could oul-firel down r. Mlaml-O. beet Riveters straight up, then ND with its mo~N~ ~ attack in seasons should destroy rebuilding rival NATlU ,-=-je" (72"N. DAME 35-14 71-N, Dame 8-7 70-N. DAME 48-0'... sR-N;oD~u-r~ OHiO ST, 34-Tcu T---Hayes' finest team in years justifies ila (DNP . . . SR-Ohio State 3-1-1) ' ~, PENN ST. (HC) 3t - Iowa 7---Mistake-prone Hawks get K.O,'d el~l (72-PENN ST, 14-10 71-Penn St. 44-14 . . . SR-Penn State,:" ~ _ Pitt 20 - N.WEST'N 14--Oespite setback, Majors' rebld'g program op (72-Northwestern 27-22 . . . SR-Northwestern 3-2) . er regnm" 1tl Rutg. 20- PRINCE. 14-.-New Veer offense may retard TIg P .... 5~-z~ (72-PRINCE. 7-6 71-Rutg. 33-18 U 70-PRINCE 41-14 . . SR-Prm~"~I~ *S. CALIF. 17 - Okla 13--.Sleeping giant better wake up; OU prlm~m, -- (71-OKLAHOMA 33-20 . . SR-Oklahoma 2-1) ~ I~ SMU 30-Vs. Tech 14--.-Coffey begins to panic at Tech; pony at Texas Stadium (72-VIRGINIA TECH 13-10 U . . . SR-Virginia Tech 1-0) ,t~l~, ToP '";" ~' STANF. 31 - San Jose 7--Welcome respite for Cards after 2 nf ~-~ (72-STANF, 44-0 71-San Jose 13-12 U 70-STANF, 34-3 . . SR--S~ TENN. 17-Aub. 13.--Vof offensive edge offsets Tiger defensive ,~fp t (72-AUB. 10-6 U 71-Aub. 10-9 70-AUB. 36-23 SR-Auburnl~l *TEXt. A&M 24-Bast. Col. 17--BC not as good as Set. score; /rigs I ~,.~ * (F~rst Meeting) ~e TEX. 27- Tea. Tech 10---Steers domlnefe where it counts; In ...~ (72-Texas 25-20 71-TEXAS 28-0 70-Texas 35.13 . . - sR'Te.X~I CV Ucle 31- MICH. ST. 14---Spartena the kind of ball club UclanS I~w"" .. (ONP . . . SR-Michigan State 3-1) - foe ~ *Utah 24- ORE. 20---Ducks big & ruff but Utes may be too quiCK .~ (71-OREGON 36.,29 . . . SR-Oregon 11-4) ., ~ I~ WASH. 17- Syracuse 13--Both look schizophrenic; almost eFre~ "- (First Meeting) W. Vs. 20 - ILL. 17..--Mothration, improved def. & Bugge spark t~ 1~ (DNP . . . SR-IIIInois 1-0) Hours Open 6:30 a.m. Every Mc For Breakfast Close 4:00 p.m. M0n.-Tues 8:00 p,m. Thurs.-Fri Closed Sunday 622 South Main