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To Issue Duck Blind On 18Seance of permits for locations on public by the Tulsa of the Corps of Eugin- begin September 29 through the water- Col. John G. Dr is- Engineer, an noun- for sites at most lakes will be issued on a first-serve basis. Years past, permits will by drawings at the and Hulah projects, rivalry for locations is for duck blind Fort Gibson and Hulah Were )ened September continue until the which will Legin a.tn. on September 29. do not have to be at the drawings to ob- Permit lake protects issuing on a first-come, first- basis are Keystone, [Iey- Tenkiller, Oologah, Robert S. Kerr, Webbers Falls, Broken Bow, and Pine Creek in Oklahoma; Lake Texoma on the Oktahoma - texas border; Pat Mayse in Texas, and Millwood in Arkansas. Office hours for issuing permits at these pro- jects will be from 8 a.m. to 12 aoon tile first day. After SeP- tember 29 permits will be ,ssu- ed only during the hours of 8 a.m. through 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Permits will not be issued ou legal holidays. Permits are not required on six lakes operated by the Tulsa Distric in Kansas (John Red- mond, Marion, Council Grove, Fall River, Toronto, and Elk City). Other non-permit areas are Wister Lake and allhunting areas on the navigation channel in Oklahoma with the exception of Webbers Falls and Robert S. Kerr Lakes. Only portable blinds that are removable at the end of each hunting day or use of natural cover is permit- ted in these areas. Each person applying for a Supply, ~:ufaula, '+ermit or registering for the Mighty Mite Season s At Fast Pace Mite footballer s take on the Daven- Saturday night field at 7:30 p.m. a 1-2 record for '0s~ far. They lost to in their opener. Demon defensive the Cushing team to and played well out that game. Terry Ventris in the endzone as ended giving the Gush- a two point safety. game of the night team defeating 12-0. In that game quarterback Barry for Perkins and right end ran thirty yards on around for the other Mites then tray- Creek and stung Creek littleone s 14-0. The Mighty Mites could do no wrong m that game and tapir. alized on Deer Creek errors for two touchdowns. Last Saturday night the Migh- ty Mites went to Crescent and came out second in the contest by a score oi 14-2. Defensively the Mighty Mites held the Crescent team in the second half, but had given up two touchdowns through the middle of the line. One TD for 35 yards and another for 24 yards and a two point conver- sion before intermission. The Perkins MMs scored on a safety after the defense rack- ed up a Crescent runner in the endzone in the closing minutes of play. Perkins was without the services of Scott Hines. The Mighty Mites have gotten off to a slow start, but have vowed to even their record Saturday night when they play Davenport, here at 7:30 p.m. PERKINS-TRYON FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 21 .............. CRESCENT ............. Here ............ 8:00 28 .............. Yale ....................... Here ............ 8:00 5 ................. SHIDLER ................ There ........... 8:00 2 ................. Tonkawa .................. There ........... 8:00 ... Here ............ 8:00 ................ There ....... ....8:00 2 .............. DRUMRIGHT ............ There ........... 7:30 9 .............. FAIRFAX ................. Here ............ 7:30 The Journal, Thursday, September 27, 1973 - 13 Public Lands arawings must show a current hunting license with current duck stamp permit. Corps rules state that assign- ed sites which do not have blinds constructed on them one week after the opening of the waterfowl season will be re- assigned. Perthittees are ask- ed to rentove their blinds no later than two weeks after the end of the waterfowl season. Hunters planning to build sta- tionary blinds on public lakes managed by the Corps are re- quired by the federal regula- tions to ,obtain a permit from the Corps. High " Downed By Shidler The Perkins - TryonJunior High football team drew a tie with the Drumrlght squad last Tuesday night 8-8. The PT junior squad is 1-1-1 for the season One of the more spectacular plays was by running back Cur- tis Boyce who mad~ a 52 yard touchdown in the first quarter for the Demons. Boyce went right up the middle for the only PT touchdown with Dean Oliver making the two point conversion off tackle. Drumrlght's score came early in the second quarter on a 20 yard reverse play with the conversion good. The Demons had 143 yards rushing and Drumrlght had 180. PT had six first downs to eight from Drumrlght. Coaches Shelby Lauener and Jim Knox praised tackles Joe Kolb and Andy Delano for their fine line work. The junior high squad will be meeting Shldler, October 2, here at 3 p.m. Shidler defeat- ed the Demons last year with a 12-6 score. Mity Mite Sch4dule September 29 - Davenport - Here - 7:30 p.m. October 6 - Cushing - There - 11:00 a.m. October 13 - Crescent - Here- 7:30 p.m. October 16 - Deer Creek - Here - 7:30 p.m. THE JOURNAL will be featuring a football contest this year with the winners receiving $]5 for the most correct games predicted out of ]5 games, including Perklns-Tryon, the Big Eight, a couple of professional games and maybe a few toughies like Sippery Rock and other well known *'biggies" in college. The rules are simple enough, just CHICLE the team you think will win. If you think a tie is possible, circle both teams. One entry only will be accepted and all entrys must be in the Journal office by Friday, 5:00 p.m. or postmarked on the Friday preceeding the games. The tie breaker will be the closest to the total yardage predicted for the Oklahoma State University game. Judges decisions are final, however, protests will be ac- cepted and considered one week after the winner is published. Good luck, and here are this week's games. YALE AT PERKINS SO. ILLINOIS AT OKLAHOMA STATE OKLAHOMA AT SOUTHERN CAL % BAYLOR AT COLORADO IOWA STATE AT ARKANSAS MINNESOTA AT KANSAS KANSAS S+rATE AT TAMPA MISSOURI AT NO. CAROLINA AUBURN AT TENNESSEE CINCINNATI AT TULSA WAKE FOREST AT RICHMONT | | | | i l l Ii iii 1 v, WISCONSIN AT NEBRASKA TEXAS TECH AT TEXAS MINNESOTA AT GREEN BAY (PRO) CINCINNATI AT SAE DIEGO (PRO) TOTAL OSU YARDS 'AME ...... , J ADDRESS PHONE MAIL TO THE JOURNAL FOOTBALL CONTEST BOX L PERKINSj OKLA. 74059 I t rKe Journal scores are going up as people get back in practice off that most leagues take. Pace was the pace setter, accordingto my information, a 236 single game and a 618 sertes. Nice bowling! tae WOMENS CITY LEAGUEr Betty Maze had the high 202. Modena Axton had the high series of 535. Some other bowled by Eva Harral a 200, Ramona Brooner EARLY BIRD LEAGUE, Opal Baker had high game, Boyer had highseriesof482. Helen Mayo had a 181. were bowled by Gayle Hill, Mildred Payne, Sam June Osborn, and Donna Curd. Monday night in the TWILIGHT LEAGUE Jean Mc- ,. She posted a 202 and a 541. Jessie S~ritter also Her series was 501. Saxie Angus and Lois Osborn SPlits. far all the leagues are pretty close. No one team has tar out front. right' wrong last last week week September 21, 22, 23 Yale at Perkins S. Illinois at Oklahoma State Oklahoma at Southern Cal Baylor at Colorado Iowa State at Arkgnsas Minnesota at Kansas Kansas State at Tampa Missouri at N. Carolina total total right wrong overallAuburn at Tennessee 10 5 21 9 .700 10 5 23 7 .766 11 & 2h 6 .800 12 3 25 5 .853 11 & 23 7 .766 I0 5 6 .80 Cincinnati ~ Tulsa o++.,:/o +%+,,+++o'++':