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I Bandit team #2 loses to # 1 The Perkins Bandit Team #2 was beaten by the Bandit #1 team last Saturday night. This put their record to 3-2. The Ban- dit #2 didn't score until the sec- ond half when Billy Roberts went around the end for 41 yards and a score. In the game, Brandon McCutchen had 2 pass recep- tions and Joshua Smith had one. On Defense, the leading tacklers were Billy Roberts and Dustin Hancock with 4 tackles each; Brandon McCutchen, Rusty Norrie and Billy Bigelow with 3. Bigelow also had a blocked punt. Jeremy Warner and Abe Cobb with 2 each and Aaron Pool, Jed Cree Kingfisher, Joshua Smith, Elmer Bolden and Jacob Calavan with 1 each. The teams next game is at Wellston, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m. Elementary School Cheerleaders are: Lorri top; Pam Moore and Toni Hall, middle; and King, bottom. this year are Darla Rhodes, Kristy Will- and Robin Nichols. Gill It was an off week for the Pokes as they try to heal and L to the general basics to begin the rugged grind of the big It has to be a rugged grind as the conference cur- five teams in the top 12 of nationally ranked teams. One such team will be this weeks opponent at Lewis field plays host to homecoming opponent K-State this Saturday The Wildcats (formerly known as "Mildcats') are t rmmber eight in the AP top 25. They used to be the ideal )onent but now they look to disrupt the festivities. Here are just a few disruptions to keep in mind. First of all opponents of the Wildcats have not been able to score They are ranked No. 1 in scoring defense allowing per game and in total defense at 185.2 yards per The Pokes on the other hand are No. 72 in scoring offense and No. 85 in total offense (320.2 yards per game). That's the tough news. The good news is that this is the 'fthe upset. Did you realize that eight top 25 teams were Saturday and several of those teams were favorites. Colorado was supposed to beat Kansas by 23 points at their eld. Wyoming was supposed to beat Tulsa but the Hurri- at Tulsa. Michigan was a 17 point playing at home against Northwestern and Texas A&M by nine over Texas Tech. Strange things can h ppen in college football. Even in the upsets happen. Wasn't it great to see Cary Blanchard winning field goal that displaced the last team from the ranks. I'm sorry Coach (Ross) Doane, but the Dolphins By the way, Blanchard really likes playing Trails but it looks like it might be a long time to play golf here as Indianapolis seems to have found Too bad for New Orleans. Just a counle of other thin~s to mention before I close for Have you realized that OSU has not played two home ia the same month this year yet. Nebraska on August 31, on September 16, and now K-State this Saturday. The weeks the Pokes are on the road at Missouri and Iowa then they return home for two home games in Novem- Show up Saturday for the Homecoming parade which starts The P-T Band will be marching for the first time in ' for the 2 p.m. kickoff of another upset. Remember you hear first. The Pokes will definitely break the Wildcat If this all happens as I predict, I will have some next week. Until then, keep on being faithful to P.S. OSU Basketball practice starts Sunday. Cl"WGA Championship Tournament winners announced By Earline Lore Winners of the CTWGA Club Championship Tourna- ment on 18-holes in A Flight were Ruby Mangold, first place; Zona Williams, second place; and Jean McIlvain and Earline Lore tied for third place. Winners in B Flight were Alma Focht, first place; Sue Dollins, second place; and Pat McCutchen, third place. Longest drive: first day, Alma Focht; second day, Wanda Strain; and third day, Sue Dollins. Closest to the Pin: first day, Earline Lore; second day, Ruby Mangold; and third day, Pat McCutchen. Low T to Green: Alma Focht and Ruby Mangold. Low Putts: Zona Williams Medalist: Ruby Mangold Low Gross winners for playday Oct. 5 were Earline Lore, Presidents Flight; Alma Focht, A Flight; and Wanda Strain, B Flight. Winners for 9-holes of Club Tournament in A Flight were Martie Johnson, first place; Jo Hyder, second place; and Rita Clutts, third place. Winners in B Flight were Kim Carrigan, first place; Sheri Gordon, second place; and Teri Smith, third place. Longest Drive: first day, Rita Clutts; second day, Martie Johnson; third day, Judy Winemiller. Closest to the Pin: first day, Kim Carrigan; second day, Jo Hyder. Low T to Green: Martie Johnson Low Putts: Jo Hyder Medalist: Martie Johnson Low gross winners for Oct. 5 were: President's Flight, Martie Johnson; A Flight, Kim Carrigan; and B Flight, Judy Winemiller. Playday event for Thursday, Oct. 19 will be Low Net/Ace of the Aces Playoff. I am committed to giving you, my Patient, the very best care and service Possible. I will make every effort to see You the same day you call for an ppointment. My practice includes Geriatric Care, Family Medicine and Pre & Post Natal Care. Please call today appointment. an PHILIPPE A. DUBE, M.D. 117 S. MAIN PERKINS, OK 405/547-2473 I I Chris McCutchen "A Perkins-Tryon Grad Still Pushing For The Demons" .......... i .... The Perkins We support class.. The Perkins'Tryon Journalism Class For 1995/96 i ill ill