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BER 24, 1996 gyet, that Junior Brandon Jarvis ) her vocal would probably get the starting 1Yyon De- nod against Hominy. themselves But, Harmon said that the situation to team's, attitude is good and their spirits are high. "We're keeping lost to a quickupbeat and having Rood prac- last Thursday rices," Harmon said. "If we can and travel to get by Hominy we are still in the to face hunt." attempts tackle while #2 Adam Graham district foe. A1- district, earlier as the dis- Caney Valley. 1-4 in the dis- to Pawnee, Nowata. Their win was against the playoff pic- Coach Mark heels are ledge." been facing - ar long, espe- Their three against two 4-0 and Nowata) and State champion this Friday night are trying center because of uarterback. night, Kastl With the team. sot comment as be, but said With the top four district teams rushing, 31 passing, and 17 re- going on to the playoffs, the De- turn. Mike Baumgartner carried mons have a real opportunity to the ball 22 times for 76 yards; make at least that fourth-place Brad Kastl 10 times for minus playoff position. If ttmy can de- 29 yards; and Clifton Kolb car- feat Hominy, Sperry and Metro ried the ball three times for 8 Christian. In all likelihood, yards. Berryhill, Pawnee, and Nowata, Kastl completed four passes of will occupy the top three slots. 8 attempts for 31 yards. To make that fourth place slot, The defense could not keep up the Perkins-Tryon Demons will with the team speed of Nowata. have to play better than they did Nowata gained 228 yards rush- Thursday night against Nowata. ing; 52 passing; 27 in returns for The P-T offense was held to 99 a total of 307 yards. total yards against Nowata: 51 Clifton Kolb led the Demon de- Kickoff at Hominy-7:30 .| Call John Stevens 135 S, Main Nipp Attorneys At Law Perkins 547-2479 or 1-800-724-6477 ,,I / Confidential and Understanding Service with OKLAHOMANS Helping OKLAHOMANS --In Person. (26 Offices) or BY MAIL I ! - Non Profit- --- Consumer Credit (4o5} 785#CCCS (2227) u [ ,! ~ [ Counseling Service140 364 (2227) , 29 Years in Oklahoma ~c.=, ~ e #32 Dusty Collum recovers a Nowata fumble fense with 15 tackles (8 solo, 7 assists), followed by Rolland Bastianelli with 14 (7/7); Brad Kastl 14 (9/7); Nate Johnson 12 (4/8); and Brian Ball with 11 (3] 8). Dusty Collum also had a good defensive night with 7 tackles and a fumble recovery. Brandon Frame had one sack for a 7 yard organizations. loss, as did Travis Cundiff for a A very special thank you to the many patrons five yard sack. . who attended the Fair - we hope you enjoyed it "We've beenwatdzing film this and we'll see you in 1997. kaV O ,SV J week (of Hominy), made some changes, and feel like we are Taylorsvilllg 6untryFair- ready," Harmon said. "I think we have a good shot at Hominy." Committees, Volunteers, The first "shot" will be heard at Families & Friends umu llll l IIIII 7:30 with kickoff in Hominy. ' SP ,NO C.tEK-OKU aOUA ' *nV ., #80 Shawn Matheson catches pass Tecumseh savaged by Bandits The Perkins Bandits 6th grade the final TD of the game. The traveled to Tecumseh and point after was again no good. team blanked the Savages 20 to zip on Kicker Cobb booted the ball 48 se on October 19. The opening kick-off yards for his personal best of the Kindergarten/ was an onside kick by Abe Cobb season. t in the Stillwa- II. It was recovered by Bandit On the next offensive series of League Chase Whitfield who, before the the Savages, the ball was inter- thisSat- evening was over, had two cepted by Brandon McCutchen at 10:15 a.m. fumble recoveries. On the first and QB Billy Roberts knelt down offensive down, back Billy Rob- on the next play to run out the errs raced 45 yards for a touch- clock. exciting and fun down. The point after was good On offense, Billy Roberts had With excellent for two and was scored by Jed 174 yards rushing and Josh from Laiken Cree Kingfisher. Kicker CobbSmith had 25. The defense was Wehr; great delivered another onside kick led by JeffWard with nine tack- Geter, that was recovered by Banditles and one interception. Abe Kylee Shirm Josh Smith. With 31 seconds left Cobb II had eight tackles, Billy up front, do- in the half, Billy Roberts broke Roberts had seven tackles and are Garrett loose again for 48 yards and an- one fumble recovery. Others with Patterson, Tim other touchdown. The point af- tackles included Aaron Pool, Bunky ter was no good to leave the score Rusty Norrie,: Dusty Hancock, Larry Barnes; 14-0. Elmer Bolden, Jeremy Warner, experts In the third quarter, the Sav- Nick Duncan, Brandon Lrta, Tanner ages drove the ball deep into McCutchen, Josh Smith, Brian an and Bandit territory, when the de- Carroll, Chris Carroll and Adam fense toughened and caused aShepherd. to Tecumseh fumble, recovered by This win brings the Bandits to of cute kids Bandit Brian Carroll. 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Educational Institution Conservative Jim Inhofe Liberal Jim Boren JIN ININIFE ISSUE JIM BOREN Voted YEll. A IN r. 3t2/95 and 6/6/96 ~ Ch/cka, sha Star 1 I112/95 Leader for STRONG NATIONAL Only program he WOULD CUT to , DEFENSE. Voted to reverse balance the budget Clinton Defense cuts. 911o/96 " Mu.sk.gee 12119195 and 1126195 AGAINST. hdlal birth almrtion Has made NO public Voted to override statement, but is Pro-Choice ................ ....................................................................... an.0. s.u.p.p, qr!,.S..!.h..e..p..re.s.jd...e..n.!. ................... OPPOSES BIG GOVERNMENT Cam SUPPORTS GOVERNMENT-RUN, Clinton Plan Car dian-style Single Payer SySlE . .................................................. i .......................................................................... ....................... ABAIN I'. Gun Control Legislation FOR. Voted "no" on the Brady Bill, Supported Brady Bill. 11110193 ,V, Mu~we Neu,s Star, 8/22/96 Voted "no" on the Assault Supported Assault Ban. Ban, 8/25194 and 5/5194 Ah,a Revieu.Courier, 4/23/96 FOR. legal Tort Reform ; A II T. AUTHORED Supported by Trial Lawyers -......i.J ....... ................................... i. .......................................................................................... OPPOSES new taxes. Voted "no" on Clinton tax increase, 815/93 Signed "Taxpayer Protection Pledge," t 01, 196 , Taxes May SUPPORT NEW TAXES. "Boren wasn't prepared to say what he would vote for" and "would not comment on whether he would support tax cuts." 1 )ally ( )klahi,,~m, 0122/96 .-,. Voted "yes" on Pro-Family Has not signed "Taxpayer tax cut IH17/95 Protection Pledge" Lives in OKLAHOMA and Residence MOVED OUT of Oklahoma for 48 HAS for 54 years, years and lived over 30 of them in ' Washington D.C. " SUPPORTS REFORM that Campaign Reform OPPOSES REFORM that covers Covers Labor Union activities Labor Union activities National Federation of Endorsements United Auto Workers Independent Business AFL-CIO Fraternal Ordei of Police Teamsters Veterans of Foreign Wars National Coalition of Vietnam Vets Paid l,,r b,, Fnen& ol J.n lnh,~'