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Cherokee funds released • The more than $37 million had been frozen due to legal issues involving freedmen citizenship. BY JIM MYERS

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WASHINGTON — A federal agency is releasing more than $37 million in Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma housing funding that was frozen recently during the longrunning legal drama over freedmen citizenship, U.S. Rep. Dan Boren

‘GREAT NEWS’ Rep. Dan Boren: “The announcement that this funding will continue is the culmination of several months of collaboration.”

said Friday. “This is great news,” said the Oklahoma Democrat, who earlier had stated the federal government had overstepped its bounds by freezing the funds. Boren said the funding will allow the tribe to continue provid- Oklahoma jobs and materials. ing quality, affordable housing for “The announcement that this its members as well as reinvest in funding will continue is the culmi-

nation of several months of collaboration between my office and the Cherokee Nation,” he said. Newly elected Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Bill John Baker also welcomed the decision by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to release the funding and noted in his statement the funds had been withheld from the tribe under its previous administration. SEE FUNDS A4

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Hello, W. Virginia, Mizzou all but gone The Big 12 welcomed West Virginia from the Big East and bade goodbye to Missouri before the Tigers even had a chance to finalize their move to the Southeastern Conference. The Big 12 completed its work Friday by adding West Virginia to become its easternmost member. The Big 12 said it expects to have 10 schools for the 2012-13 season, listing West Virginia but not Missouri.

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RELATIONS Bill Anoatubby: The Chickasaw governor said installing a liaison would resume the productive relationship between the tribe and the state.

Tribes see an urgency in naming a liaison BY WAYNE GREENE World Senior Writer

A Ford Expedition sits in an east Tulsa retention pond near Fifth Street and Mingo Road, where the SUV, a Honda Civic and more human remains were found. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World

Pond holds car, remains A missing woman’s SUV was in the water

MISSING Sheila Sharp: The SUV found submerged in the Tulsa pond was registered to Sharp, who disappeared on Valentine’s Day in 2006 at the age of 46.

Police discovered human skeletal remains in one of two vehicles pulled Friday from an east Tulsa pond where a human foot was found three days earlier. The remains were scattered inside a 1997 Ford Expedition registered to Sheila Sharp, also known as Sheila Scott, who has been missing since February 2006, Tulsa police said. It could take months for DNA tests to determine if they are Sharp’s remains, police said.

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It also could take some time to determine if the remains are missing a foot, which could link them to the remains found Tuesday inside a female shoe at the pond, police said. The remains in the Expedition were widely scattered and damaged by years of lying under mud and water. Some were concentrated in the back seat, police said. “For us as the investigators, this is probably all we’ll have for weeks, months even,” Officer Jason Willingham

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Some American Indian leaders are uneasy because the state’s Indian Affairs Commission has been abolished and a planned liaison to replace the group hasn’t been appointed. The Legislature eliminated the 44-year-old commission last year and transferred its duties — and added several duties, including monitoring state compacts with tribes — to a liaison, who will work out of the governor’s office. The commission is gone, but the law gives the governor’s office until Dec. 1 to appoint someone to the liaison’s position — leaving a void, some tribal leaders say. Jefferson Keel, lieutenant governor of the Chickasaw Nation, raised the issue at Wednesday’s meeting of the legislative committee looking at how the new federal health care law will affect the state. “That needs to take place,” Keel said. “We need that position filled. I know there are some Indians out there who could do an excellent job.” Making sure the state’s response to the federal health care law works well with tribal health policies is one of the jobs the liaison could be doing for the state, Keel said. In a subsequent prepared statement, Chickasaw Gov. Bill Anoatubby said it is important for the tribes to have someone to turn to in state government. “Historically, effective communiSEE LIAISON A4

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Trash•board•Chairwoman•Cheryl•Cohenour•said•Friday•that•city•councilors• have• been• “compromised”• by• meeting• with• Tulsa• Refuse• Inc.• representatives• after• bids• were• submitted• for• the• next• hauling•contract.

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• Broken Arrow’s Night Out Against Crime is hosted by officers and Main Street merchants. Find dances, petting zoo, inflatables, hot dogs and ice cream and costume contests. 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Farmers Market, 418 S. Main St. • HallowZOOeen at the Tulsa Zoo features a haunted train ride, lots of candy and special attractions. 6:30-8:30 p.m. through Monday. Tickets are $8. tulsaworld.com/tulsazoo, 918-669-6602. • HallowMarine at the Oklahoma Aquarium has pirate dive shows, a candy trail and a mermaid. 6:30-9 p.m. through Monday. Tickets are $10, $7 for youth. tulsaworld.com/okaquarium, 918-528-1501. • Camp Cute and Spooky at Discoveryland, 19501 W. 41st St., Sand Springs, has pony rides, face painting, a maze and more on Saturday. Tickets are $6. 918-245-6552, tulsaworld.com/cuteandspooky. • Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde take over the Tulsa PAC’s Doenges Theatre, 110 E. Second St., at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $12-$15. 918596-7111, tulsaworld.com/mytix. • A Halloween Dance at Chandler Park, 6500 W. 21st St., runs from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Find a costume contest, a DJ and more. For school-aged children and parents. Tickets are $5. 918-591-6053. • BooHaHa on Brookside starts with a pancake breakfast at Trinity United Methodist at 7 a.m. Saturday and ends with a parade at 2 p.m. There’s plenty going on in between. Peoria Avenue will be closed between 33rd and 49th streets from noon to 4 p.m. tulsaworld.com/ boohaha.

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The Tulsa Oilers face off on home ice for the first time this season Friday at the BOK Center. Tulsa World file

Saturday: Tulsa Oilers It’s time to take to the ice. The Central Hockey League’s Tulsa Oilers play their second home game of the season Saturday at the BOK Center. They opened the home season Friday. Saturday’s game against Texas starts at 7:35 p.m. Tickets range from $13 to $43. 866-726-5287, tulsaworld.com/oilers.

Tulsa Ballet dancers perform “Six Dances” as part of the Ballet’s latest triple bill. JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World

TU hosts SMU at Chapman Stadium on Saturday. In Stillwater, OSU looks to stay undefeated as Baylor comes to town. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World

The U.S. National Arabian and HalfArabian Championship Horse Show wraps up this weekend at Expo Square. 

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• Tulsa plays host to SMU at 2:30 p.m. at Chapman Stadium in a key Conference USA game that will be broadcast by FSOK-27. Tickets range from $15 to $35, and can be purchased by going to tulsaworld.com/tusports.

The 45th U.S. National Arabian and Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show finals conclude Saturday at Expo Square’s Ford Truck Arena. About 1,800 horses have participated in the event. General admission is $10, $7.50 for students and seniors. Children younger than 12 get in free.

Saturday, Sunday: Tulsa Ballet “Nine Sinatra Songs” is the latest triple-bill from Tulsa Ballet. Performances are 8 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at Chapman Music Hall, Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St. The three ballets are William Forsythe’s “In the Middle, Somewhat Elevated,” Twyla Tharp’s “Nine Sinatra Songs” and Jiri Kylian’s “Six Dances.” Tickets are $20 to $82. 918-749-6006, tulsaworld.com/mytix.

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• Oklahoma State, third in the latest Bowl Championship Series rankings, returns to Boone Pickens Stadium to face Baylor at 2:30 p.m. The game will be televised by KTUL-8. Tickets start at $95 and can be purchased by going to tulsaworld.com/osusports.

WAY BACK WHEN: TODAY IN HISTORY BY GENE CURTIS

1929 — Ship sinks, 52 rescued Fifty-two passengers were rescued when the passenger and freight steamer Wisconsin sank in a storm on Lake Michigan seven miles from Kenosha, Wis., taking nine to their deaths. Ship officials had radioed for help because the ship had sprung a leak, was reported taking on water, the ship’s pumps were not working and the hold was filling with water. Two Coast Guard cutters that responded were not able to get alongside because of rough water but the 52 survivors were transferred from the Wisconsin in life boats. Severe storms had plagued the lake for several days, causing the deaths of 52 on another ship earlier.

1940 — Draft begins The number 158 had become famous because it was the first to be drawn from a

large fish bowl in Washington to determine the order of call for military service in the nation’s first peacetime draft. The seven Tulsa County men — one from each of the county’s registration districts — who had that number were among the 60 million men between the ages of 21 and 35 who had registered for the draft.

1962 — Missile crisis ends The outbreak of a war had been near over Soviet missiles in Cuba, but Soviet Premiere Nikita Khrushchev backed down to end a weeklong crisis. Khrushchev agreed to all of President John F. Kennedy’s demands, pledging to tear down bases already built, return weapons to the USSR and build no new ones. In return, the United States pledged not to invade Cuba. How close was war? The United States had blockaded Cuba and called up reserve units, including the 65th Troop Carrier Squadron based at Muskogee’s Davis Field.

TOMORROW IN YOUR WORLD Read complete results of the Tulsa Run in an eightpage special section. News Check out how OU, OSU and TU fared in college football. Sports A local woman has a special reason to be participating in Tulsa’s Day of the Dead celebration. Scene Headquarters companies can be a big boost to their town. Business

Check out all the action from the annual Tulsa Run in a special section tomorrow.  CHRISTOPHER SMITH/Tulsa World file

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Narrower focus T. Boone Pickens pushes lawmakers to adopt compressed natural gas for the nation’s trucking fleet. E1

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said. “These are lengthy investigations. These are difficult investigations, as you can imagine.” City crews began draining the retention pond near Fifth Street and Mingo Road on Wednesday, and the vehicles appeared about 10 feet down, Willingham said. He estimated the pond is 18 feet deep. The second vehicle, a green 1994 Honda Civic, matches the description of a car stolen this year and is not likely related to the remains, he said. Several knives and a gun, along with a television remote and other items, were found scattered around the bottom of the pond, he said. Police expected to find such items in a public retention pond, he said. Sharp was reported missing by her teenage daughter after she failed to return home in the 10100 block of East 30th Street on Valentine’s Day in 2006. She was 46. There is no evidence of foul play in the death of the Expedition’s driver, who could have lost control of the vehi-

Tulsa Police officer Jason Willingham announces from an east Tulsa retention pond near Fifth Street and Mingo Road that two vehicles and human remains were found.

cle and veered into the pond just a few dozen feet west of Mingo Road, Willingham said. The cause of death could be determined within weeks, he said. “There’s nothing that leads us to believe that this was a homicide. There’s a number of situations that could have occurred,” he said. Authorities began searching the pond Tuesday, when a dog walking with its owner found the foot about 11:30 a.m. inside a woman’s size 9

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cation is the cornerstone of positive and productive relationships between Indian nations and the state of Oklahoma,” Anoatubby said. “We are hopeful that filling this position may ultimately result in the development of better communications between the tribal nations of this state and the entire state government. That would be a very positive development.” Osage Chief John Red Eagle said he suspects the state is missing opportunities for working better with the tribes because of the lack of anyone responsible for bringing tribal and state government together. “When the Indian Affairs Commission was in effect, we really had a direct line there to the state government,” Red Eagle said. “Today, there hasn’t been

an appointment and there’s no way for the Indian nations to get into the governor’s office. “If they could expedite that appointment it would be very helpful. “If we had an appointment, we would have a point of contact, and that would be very helpful.” Muscogee (Creek) Nation Chief A.D. Ellis said it was a mistake to close the Indian Affairs Commission. The commission was an effective point for Indian leaders to learn about pending legislation that would affect tribes, and he doubts one person will be able to do the

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Saucony Jazz-style shoe. The Tulsa police dive team found nothing during a search in the murky water, and police asked the city to drain the pond instead, Officer Leland Ashley said. Public Works Department crews used three pumps for the job. They were nearly finished Friday morning but stopped when authorities could access the vehicles. Investigators are searching for any link between the remains inside the Expedition and the remains of the

MISTAKE A.D. Ellis: Muscogee (Creek) chief says closing the commission was a mistake.

same job. A spokesman for Fallin said the governor is in the process of searching for an appropriate candidate for the job and that someone will be in place by the law’s deadline. “The governor and her staff have been and will continue to work directly with tribes on issues that are important to them and benefit the state,” said Alex Weintz, the communications director for Fallin. “Governor Fallin’s working relationship with tribes has been unaffected by the closure of the Indian Affairs Commission.” The new law says the gov-

foot, including testing the DNA of the foot, Willingham said. Those tests could take months, he said. He stressed that police still need the public’s help. “Any tips we might get may be what we need to break this case wide open,” he said, adding that Sharp’s family has been seeking answers for years. “She has children. She has family members — family members who want answers,” he said. Discovering the remains “is an important part of their grieving process. Now they’re going to have questions about how she died,” he said. In a Tulsa World interview in 2009, the missing woman’s daughter, Tatiana Scott, said she last saw her mother with a man and reported her missing the following day. Scott then assumed head of the household at age 18, raising her two younger siblings. Anyone with information about the foot or the other remains is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS, the Homicide Tip Line at 918-798-8477, or email homicide@cityoftulsa.org. Zack Stoycoff 918-581-8486 zack.stoycoff@tulsaworld.com

ernor can designate the liaison to work on new compacts with tribes, but Weintz said Fallin’s administration has continued to use the same processes used by past governors. “They are handled by the governor, the governor’s general counsel and the secretary of state,” Weintz said. Ellis said his tribe’s negotiations with the governor’s office for a possible tobacco compact have broken down. “I’ve tried to get a compact with the state for years and years, and this new governor will not even talk to me. She had the secretary of state doing all the talking. So, we’re not too happy with the way she’s treating the tribes,” Ellis said. Red Eagle and Ellis said they haven’t been contacted by the governor’s office concerning candidates for the new post. Wayne Greene 918-581-8308 wayne.greene@tulsaworld.com

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“We are pleased that in the second week of our term we’ve managed to work with the federal government to have this money released,” Baker said. “It’s important we have that money so we can better take care of our people.” HUD had frozen the funds following a tribal court’s decision against citizenship for descendants of former slaves. HUD on Friday put the amount of the funds involved at $37.1 million. Assistant HUD Secretary Sandra Henriquez revealed the funding is being released in an Oct. 27 letter to Baker. Henriquez cited statements by the tribe that it intends to comply with a Sept. 21 court order requiring it to ensure that all Cherokee freedmen citizens have access to the same rights and benefits as any other Cherokee citizen, regardless of

whether those benefits are funded by federal or tribal funds. “HUD reserves the right to reassess its decision to release the Tribe’s funds in the future if the Tribe is deemed to be in violation of the terms of any Federal court order,” Henriquez stated. In his written statement, Baker cited the filings by Diane Hammons, the tribe’s attorney general, and pointed out the attorney general is handling the ongoing litigation of the freedmen citizenship. That issue currently is in federal court in the Northern District of Oklahoma. Jim Myers 202-484-1424 jim.myers@tulsaworld.com

Police arrest man who talked of burning down Tulsa A 58-year-old man accused of walking into a Tulsa police station and threatening to burn down the city was arrested and jailed Friday. Robbin Evan Elsman was booked into Tulsa Jail at 2:45 p.m. Friday on complaints that include possessing potential explosives in or near a car or building and another dealing with threatening to use the devices. Sgt. Brian Carlisle said Elsman entered the Tulsa Police Department’s Riverside Division, 7515 S. Riverside Drive, late Friday morning and said his vehicle parked outside contained explosive devices. He made statements indicating

he wanted to burn down the city of Tulsa. Carlisle said officers went out to Elsman’s vehicle and found six gasoline-filled containers with wicks attached — often described as Molotov cocktails. Elsman was also booked into jail on a complaint of fourthdegree arson. State law defines fourthdegree arson as the placing or distributing of any flammable, explosive or combustible material or substance in any building or property with intent to eventually willfully and maliciously set fire to it or burn it. — BY DAVID HARPER, World Staff Writer

Man convicted in ’67 death of girl in Ohio TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A man accused of snatching an Ohio teenager on her way home from school in 1967 and holding her captive for days in his basement before killing her was convicted Friday of murder and sentenced to life in prison. Robert Bowman, once a successful businessman, was found guilty of the death of 14-year-old Eileen Adams in his second trial, a case that had stumped investigators for more than four decades even after his ex-wife told police she saw the girl alive and “hanging like Jesus” in their basement. Bowman, 75, addressed Lucas County Common Pleas Judge Gene Zmuda moments before the judge sentenced him and after hearing the victim’s sister describe how Adams’ death emotionally tore the family apart. “I recognize the pain and suffering I’ve just heard,” Bowman said. But “I’m not responsible for that. I feel no remorse.” The teenager was sexually assaulted, tied up and a nail was driven into the back of her head before her body was dumped in southern Michigan, prosecutors said. The high school freshman was either strangled or died from a blow to the head that

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Gunman attacks U.S. Embassy • The shooter is arrested after a standoff with police. BY SABINA NIKSIC Associated Press

NEWS BRIEFS 4 Lima, Peru

Magnitude-6.9 quake shakes Peru’s coast A magnitude-6.9 earthquake centered off Peru’s central coast sent people running panicked into the streets Friday in cities badly damaged by a killer quake four years earlier. There were no reports of damage or injuries. People who had lost loved ones and homes in the earlier quake were badly shaken, and some broke into tears. “It felt like the one in 2007 because it was very strong,” Felix Sihuas told RPP radio. He said he was buried under rubble for six hours in the Aug. 15, 2007, quake, which killed 596 people and largely destroyed the town of Pisco. Friday’s quake was considerably less violent in Lima, a city of 8.5 million people. The capital shook for about 30 seconds in a series of moderate, swaying movements. The U.S. Geological Survey said Friday’s quake was centered 31 miles south-southwest of Ica, a provincial capital of about 200,000 people, which suffered widespread damage in the 2007 quake. It was at a depth of 21.7 miles.

5 Vienna

Syria refuses U.N. nuclear inspectors’ visit Syrian officials have turned down a renewed request from U.N. nuclear inspectors to visit suspected secret nuclear sites during talks in Damascus described by diplomats Friday as failing to advance a probe of the Arab nation’s hidden atomic program. Meetings between Syrian and International Atomic Energy Agency officials Monday and Tuesday had been highly anticipated after Damascus pledged to end more than three years of stonewalling IAEA inspectors. Since 2008, the agency has been stymied in attempts to seek more information on what the agency says was a clandestine nuclear program centered around a nearly completed reactor. The offer for cooperation came after the IAEA’s 35-nation board reported Damascus to the U.N. Security Council in June on the basis of an agency assessment that a facility destroyed by Israeli war planes in 2007 was a nuclear reactor meant to produce plutonium when completed. Damascus says the target was a non-nuclear military building but has refused to allow IAEA officials to return to the site after an initial visit that produced samples with traces of uranium and other nuclear footprints.

6 Centertown, Ky.

Two workers die when Kentucky mine collapses Two workers were killed Friday when their truck was

crushed under falling rock at a surface coal mine in western Kentucky. Rescuers worked most of the morning to reach the men under the rubble at Armstrong Coal’s Equality mine in Ohio County. Ohio County coroner Larry Bevil said crews reached the men about noon, but they were likely killed immediately by the “huge pile” of rock. A statement from the Kentucky Office of Mine Safety and Licensing identified the workers as Darrel Winstead, 47, and Samuel Lindsey, 23. The two men were on a blasting crew from MEMSCO, which is based in Dawson Springs and is a subsidiary of Midland Powder Co. of Evansville, Ind. They were driving near a high wall when their truck was buried by rock and earth at about 6:45 a.m. CDT.

A man armed with hand grenades and an automatic weapon opened fire outside the U.S. Embassy in Bosnia on Friday 1 Sarajevo, in what authorities Bosniacalled a terHerzegovina rorist attack. A policeman and the gunman were wounded, but the embassy said none of its employees were hurt. Sarajevo Mayor Alija Behmen said the gunman “got off a tram with a Kalashnikov and started shooting at the American Embassy.” Witnesses told Bosnian television that the man urged pedestrians to move away, saying he was targeting only the embassy. He wore a beard and was dressed in an outfit with

Bosnian police deploy after a gunman opened fire at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo on Friday. Police apprehended the shooter as pedestrians watched. AMEL EMRIC/Associated Press

short pants that reveal his ankles — typical for followers of the conservative Wahhabi branch of Islam. One police officer guarding the building was wounded before police surrounded the gunman. After a 30-minute standoff, the sound of a single shot echoed, and AP video showed the shooter slump to the ground.

7 Cleveland

Couple tries to give daughter to neighbor A couple tried to give their 2-year-old daughter to a neighbor, saying they were going to drug rehab, and kept giving excuses for dumping the child, police said Friday. Officers received an anonymous tip Thursday that Gavin Aldridge and Courtney Followay had given away their daughter. They found an emaciated pit bull and feces on the floor at the couple’s house in Cleveland. The neighbor told police that he had cared for the girl for at least 10 days. He said the parents didn’t go to rehab and, after a week, gave other excuses for leaving the child. Police say the girl was treated at a hospital for scrapes and an eye infection and was released to her grandmother. The couple was jailed overnight and released pending an investigation.

Thai workers on a truck pass by an airplane at the flooded Don Muang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand, on Friday. The Chao Phraya river coursing through the capital swelled to record highs, briefly flooding riverside buildings. Photos by AARON FAVILA/Associated Press

Floods menace Bangkok Monks, soldiers pile sandbags to protect city’s treasures

BY TODD PITMAN AND THANYARAT DOKSONE

8 Rio de Janeiro

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Rio starts public bike rentals in Copacabana

Amid heightened fears that floodwaters could swamp Bangkok, saffron-robed monks and soldiers piled sandbags outside the city’s most treasured temples and palaces Friday. The Thai capital’s main river swelled precariously beyond its 2 Bangkok banks, spilling anklehigh water briefly into some of the main tourist districts. High tides expected to peak on Saturday are pushing the Chao Phraya river to its brink, and the rising water is posing one of the biggest tests yet to anti-flood defenses. Overflows so far have lightly inundated riverside streets from Chinatown to the whitewalled royal Grand Palace and the neighboring Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Most of the water has receded at low tide. Still, some worried Bangkokians are buying up bright orange life-

The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro is implementing a public bike-rental program, following in the footsteps of Paris, Washington, D.C., Mexico City and San Francisco. The system was inaugurated Friday with 11 bike rental stations in the beach-side neighborhood of Copacabana. The mayor’s office says 60 secure docking stations will be installed across the city by Dec. 13, making 600 bicycles available to the public. The bikes can be returned at any station, giving riders freedom to hop on and off where needed. Users have to register online and buy a daily pass for $3 or monthly pass for $6. Rio’s system is modeled after the bike-sharing program implemented in Paris in 2007 and reproduced by many cities around the world. — FROM WIRE REPORTS

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A man rides his motorcycle in a flooded street to deliver goods in Bangkok on Friday. Monks and soldiers fought to keep the city dry.

jackets and inflatable boats, fearing the worst is yet to come. Three months of relentless monsoon rains have caused the worst flooding in Thailand in nearly 60 years, triggering a national crisis that has overwhelmed Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s government. The water has crept from the central plains south toward the Gulf of Thailand for

The leader of the moderate Islamic party Ennahda, Rached Ghannouchi (right) and his secretary general, Hammadi Jebali, are pictured before a press conference Friday. 

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GRAND REOPENING

Fireworks are seen during the re-opening of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, Russia, on Friday. Russia’s Bolshoi Theater reopened Friday after a massive reconstruction effort that restored it to its original imperial splendor. 

weeks, engulfing a third of the country and killing nearly 400 people and displacing 110,000 more. Now, Bangkok is in the way. The government is worried major barriers and dikes could break because they were never designed to hold back so much water for so long. And this weekend, higher than normal tides are obstructing the critical flow of runoff from the north, fueling

fears that parts of downtown could be swamped. On Friday, army trucks dumped thousands of sandbags outside the riverside Siriraj Hospital, where Thailand’s ailing and revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej has stayed since 2009. Elsewhere along the Chao Phraya, dozens of monks at the 200-year-old Temple of the Dawn stacked hundreds more sandbags along a secondary barrier to protect against river overflows. “It’s likely going to get higher, but I don’t think its going to get high enough to cause chaos,” said Phramaha Abhin, a 42-year-old monk. Still, he said, “we cannot neglect the risk to this temple. It’s one of the country’s landmarks, one of the things Thailand is known for. We have to protect it.” So far, most of the city has remained untouched, and tourists are still snapping pictures in riverside districts as always. But little by little, the city is slowing down.

Tunisian leader seeks calm after unrest BY BOUAZZA BEN BOUAZZA

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Police arrested the wounded man — who one of Bosnia’s three presidents said is a foreigner — and took him away in an ambulance as pedestrians cowered behind buildings and vehicles. Hospital spokeswoman Biljana Jandric told The Associated Press the gunman had a minor wound to his leg and would spend the night at

the hospital before being released into police custody. State Prosecutor Dubravko Campara identified the shooter as Mevlid Jasarevic, from Novi Pazar, the administrative capital of the southern Serbian region of Sandzak, who was tried in Austria for robbery in 2005. Campara said Jasarevic had crossed the Serbian border into Bosnia on Friday morning. He said Jasarevic had two hand grenades with him when he was arrested and is also currently under investigation by Serbian police but did not detail why. Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dacic confirmed his identity and said he is 23 years old. Bosnian TV said Jasarevic is a Wahhabi follower. In Washington, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said several bullets struck the outside wall of the embassy, but that all embassy personnel were safe. She said the wounded police officer had been assigned to protect the embassy.

The leader of the moderate Islamist party that won Tunisia’s first free elections called for calm Friday after protests erupted in the town where the Arab revolution began. Authorities called a curfew in the town of Sidi Bouzid, where supporters of a local candidate ri3 Tunis, oted after he Tunisia was docked seats for campaigning violations. It was in Sidi Bouzid where a vegetable seller set himself ablaze in a protest that sparked nationwide protests and eventually led to uprisings across the Arab world. “We call for calm among the inhabitants of Sidi Bouzid, the cradle of the revolution which must be at the forefront of preserving the

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public good,” said Rached Ghannouchi, founder of the Ennahda party, which took 90 of the assembly’s 217 seats. The assembly will be tasked with appointing a transitional government and writing the new constitution. The local Ennahda bureau was among buildings burned in the unrest. Police lobbed

tear gas to disperse a crowd of 3,000 on Thursday night and the army fired warning shots, according to town resident Mourad Barhoumi. Residents burned tires, pillaged stores and torched a National Guard post and a state training center, he said. Authorities on Friday imposed a nighttime curfew,

Interior Ministry spokesman Hichem Meddeb said. Protests were linked to the party coming in fourth in the voting — the Areedha Chaabiya party. Its leader, Hachemi Hamdi, of Sidi Bouzid, announced on national television that he was withdrawing the 19 seats his party won after the electoral commission invalidated six of its seats. Ghannouchi, who spent more than two decades in exile in London, reiterated reassurances that his party would not impinge on women’s rights in this Muslim Arab country. “The program aims to strengthen the role of women, on the social as well as political level,” he said. Some Tunisians have feared a victory for the Islamist Ennahda might mean a rolling back of some of the country’s more secular traditions.


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Dog awaits home after surviving gas chamber BY DAVID PORTER

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BALTIMORE — The engineer evacuated from a South Pole research station is recovering well from her stroke, her doctor said Friday. Renee-Nicole Douceur, who traveled to Johns Hopkins Hospital this week for treatment, had a minor to moderate stroke, but tests did not find any tumors, according to Dr. Paul Nyquist. She is regaining her vision, and her speech is improving. “Overall, I think she’s going to make a full recovery and that’s attributed to her, and the fact she’s trying so hard, which is a key thing in recovery,” Nyquist said. “She did a lot of her recovery on her own. She sought out ways to challenge her vision and get input from physicians outside the continent. She did very well.” Douceur was evacuated two months after she began experiencing vision, language and memory problems while working as station manager at the National Science Foundation’s South Pole research

Cheryl Cohenour: “When the bids came in, it was clear we had a cluster of bidders around a similar number, with only one or two outliers,” she said. “That really validates the bidding process.”

Rick Westcott: “It is not my goal that TRI be awarded the contract,” he said. “It is my goal to eliminate the technical-intensive specifications in the bid package so that it is a fair bid process.”

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Jill Pavlik plays with Daniel, who is better known as the “Miracle Dog,” moments after arriving home from work Friday in Rochelle Park, N.J. The stray beagle mix, who cheated death in an Alabama dog pound’s gas chamber, is being fostered by the Pavliks while a permanent home is found for him. JULIO CORTEZ/Associated Press

sing include the number of animals placed in the chamber, the concentration of carbon monoxide, whether the chamber is airtight or gas is leaking out and the health of the animal, with young, healthy animals having the best chance for survival, said an ASPCA official. Since carbon monoxide is heavier than air, it sinks, so a tall dog, or one that climbed to the top of a pile, would have a better chance of surviving, she said. Vinny Grosso, the Florence animal shelter’s director, said Daniel was named by workers after the biblical figure who survived the lions’ den. “In the last eight years, I’ve only seen it one other time. It’s just very, very rare,” Grosso said, adding that the shelter’s policy calls for officials to find surviving animals a new home. Daniel showed up in one of

the shelter’s “drop box” cages where people can drop off animals anonymously. “It was an unwanted dog. ... We didn’t have a history on him,” he said. As many as 30 animals a month are put down; Stevenson said Daniel was the third dog he could remember surviving in the last 12 years. Mindy Gilbert, Alabama director for the Humane Society of the United States, said the group pushed the Legislature to ban gas chambers effective Dec. 31. At least 15 states have banned carbon monoxide for euthanizing shelter animals. Pavlik said Daniel is getting along famously with her two other dogs. “He’s absolutely fabulous,” said Pavlik, a hairdresser. “He walked in the house like he had always lived there. He’s very sweet, happy and outgoing.”

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NEWARK, N.J. — A stray beagle mix that cheated death in an Alabama dog pound’s gas chamber has found a temporary home in New Jersey while he waits for another family to adopt him. Volunteers began looking for a new home for the dog known as Daniel after the animal walked out unscathed from the carbon monoxide administered by the Animal Control Department in Florence, Ala., on Oct. 3. The nonprofit Eleventh Hour Rescue group, based in Rockaway, N.J., arranged to have the dog flown to northern New Jersey where he is staying with volunteer Jill Pavlik until he can be adopted. Linda Schiller, the shelter’s founder and president, said the facility has received about 100 applications from people around the country seeking to adopt him. Phil Stevenson, a Florence city spokesman, said Friday that no one is sure why Daniel was the lone survivor. “It may be that his breathing was shallow because of a cold or something. Or maybe God just had a better plan for this one,” Stevenson said. Stevenson said the gas chamber is a stainless-steel box that’s roughly the size of a pickup truck bed, and dogs are put into the chamber about seven or eight at a time. A computer-controlled pump slowly feeds carbon monoxide into the chamber once it’s sealed, and an operator presses a button. “It sort of rocks them to sleep slowly. It’s like the cases you hear about where people are overcome by carbon monoxide in their home and just never wake up,” he said. A new operator placed the dog into the chamber with other animals and started the machine, Stevenson said. Variables that could allow a dog to survive such a gas-

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station. The 58-year-old nuclear engineer from Seabrook, N.H., was coordinating an emergency air drop at the station when all of a sudden her vision faltered, she said. “I knew something went wrong when I couldn’t see half the paperwork in front of me,” she said. “Half the computer screen was missing. It was instantaneous.” Despite being stuck at the South Pole during the eightmonth winter period when there are just 49 people at the station and there aren’t regular flights, she wasn’t afraid. “I wasn’t scared at all,” she said. “My personality is to try to stay cool. I never expected adversity.” Douceur asked for an emergency evacuation in August,

but officials rejected her request because of bad weather. Once she heard she might have to wait months, she realized she would have to push if she wanted to get medical treatment elsewhere. “I refocused and realized, ‘Now I have to advocate for myself,’” she said. Douceur arrived at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore on Monday. Nyquist said it’s not clear if conditions at the South Pole caused her stroke, but it seems likely that the high altitude could have contributed. She is at risk for another, as all stroke patients are, but she will be on medications to lower the risk. Douceur has always been adventurous, skydiving and working all over the world, but she said jumping out of a plane is not on the radar. She is hoping doctors will clear her to drive again. She would like to go back to the South Pole, but she may need to return to the nuclear industry instead, she said. Douceur expects to be discharged Saturday.

their will and maybe the will of people who are lobbying them to undo the bid process,” Cohenour said. “From the outside and from the TARE board, it appears that they are being lobbied, so therefore they have been compromised and are not being objective.” There are no plans to rebid the contract, Cohenour said. “When the bids came in, it was clear we had a cluster of bidders around a similar number, with only one or two outliers,” she said. “That really validates the bidding process.” With all of the bidders having given their best numbers, “it would be wrong” to try to go back and start all over, Cohenour said. “I think that could cause a lot of problems and a lot of legal issues down the road,” she said. City spokeswoman Kim MacLeod said officials met Friday to discuss with the legal department the ramifications of what the council is looking to do. “The city supports TARE in its effort to move forward with the bid process,” she said. “We have no knowledge of the specific changes the council will seek, so it would be premature to comment, and any comments would be speculative in nature.” Cohenour said she welcomes a sit-down with councilors to discuss their problems. “We are doing the right thing,” she said. “We will not do something that is illegal. We are protecting the citizens of Tulsa.” The board and councilors have been at odds over the planned new trash service, which would switch the city from an unlimited throwaway system in which most residents have twicea-week collection to a volume-based service in which each household would be issued two carts — one for trash and one for recycling. Also, collection could go to once a week. Cohenour said the current service is unaffordable and cannot be continued through the rate subsidization that is going on now. There’s a lot at stake, with

the next contract set to run for 14 years and valued at more than $150 million. TRI officials, who have waged an “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” campaign, have been meeting with individual councilors recently, even though the bid documents forbid that in order to maintain a fair process. One of the bidders during the process asked for clarification and was told by the Purchasing Division that it is “not appropriate to contact or engage in communication” with city councilors to discuss the existing contract or the new proposed contract requirements. Such an action would violate the requirement in the invitation for bid. All of the bidders had to sign a noncollusion affidavit. Westcott and Councilor Bill Christiansen confirmed to the Tulsa World that they have met recently with TRI but said this possible action by the council next week was not discussed. Other councilors have met with the consortium as well. TRI President Mary Hawthorn said the consortium stands by its bid and the right of freedom of speech. “Every person providing service in this community has not only a right but an obligation to talk to the elected officials about issues that affect the citizens of Tulsa,” she said. “We have never agreed to relinquish these rights and to do so puts a muzzle on democracy.” Westcott said a new bid process should be launched. “It is not my goal that TRI be awarded the contract,” he said. “It is my goal to eliminate the technicalintensive specifications in the bid package so that it is a fair bid process.” Westcott cited the requirements that haulers have CNG trucks, GPS devices and “a lot of things that may sound nice, but I think it makes the bid package unfair. “I want to create a bid package that is fair to both large and small haulers that everyone can reasonably respond to.” TRI has publicly complained that its high bid was the result of the capital nature of the contract and that it would have to completely restructure itself in order to secure the necessary financing for the equipment.

However, the apparent low bidder is NeWSolutions, a spinoff of TRI made of up haulers who have a third of TRI’s routes and are upset with the direction the consortium’s leadership has taken. Westcott said his “cursory examination” of the bids indicates NeWSolutions did not include some of the necessary capital costs. But NeWSolutions’ Gary Percefull said the only capital expenditure not included in its bid was the cart purchase. The trash board is considering buying the carts to get a better price. Bidders were supposed to separate out their costs for the carts. In a Tulsa World analysis projecting the customer rates that would result from the bids, NeWSolutions is about $10 lower than TRI per household per month for once-a-week service and $18 per month lower for twice-a-week. Christiansen said his main objective is “to steer the TARE board more toward something that better reflects what the citizens want in their trash service.” Residents are particularly concerned about the planned use of wheeled carts and the possible switch to once-a-week collection, he said. Both Westcott and Christiansen said that while they have had discussions with TRI, no lobbying has taken place. “They wanted to explain their bid and why it was so expensive,” Westcott said. In Christiansen’s meeting with TRI, he said, the council’s effort to strip the trash board of its contracting authority was discussed but not the changes to the trash regulations. The council previously voted to strip the board of its contracting power and turn it over to the mayor, but that was vetoed by the mayor. The city’s legal department said it was not doable because the board is a trust and would have to agree to relinquish its power. Councilors discussed overturning the veto Thursday but backed down when they discovered they could be personally sued. They opted instead to pursue this new course of action. Brian Barber 918-581-8322 brian.barber@tulsaworld.com

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Suspected killer tied to other deaths BY GREG RISLING Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — Police have linked the man charged with 10 murders in the “Grim Sleeper” serial killings to a number of other deaths, a law enforcement official said Friday. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing, did not specify how many deaths police had connected to Lonnie Franklin Jr. The Los Angeles Times reported the number as six, bringing to 16 the total number of killings authorities have linked to Franklin. Franklin’s attorney, Louisa Pensanti, said the new allegations are false and authorities

are making the allegations public in an attempt to infect the jury pool. Police are “making sure that the Los Angeles County jury pool has a belief in their mind that any unsolved murder that the police bring into our case was done by Lonnie Franklin Jr.,” she said. Franklin has pleaded not guilty to 10 murders and one count of attempted murder. Most of the victims linked to the “Grim Sleeper” were found in alleys within a few miles of Franklin’s home. Franklin, a mechanic, was arrested in July 2010. The killings got their name because of an apparent lengthy period of time between some of the deaths, which began in the 1980s

and extended into the 2000s, though police now believe there was never a break in the killings. The Times reported that three of the additional deaths were linked to Franklin through DNA or ballistic evidence and the other three were based more on circumstantial evidence, including detectives finding the alleged victims’ belongings in Franklin’s home. The newspaper reported that police will not immediately seek additional charges in the other killings because they don’t want to complicate the case against Franklin as it moves slowly toward trial. District attorney spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons declined to comment.

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Report details Afghan progress, weaknesses ••Pakistan•and•a• weak•government• remain•problems. BY DONNA CASSATA Associated Press

WASHINGTON•—•Despite• improvements• to• security• in• Afghanistan,• militants• operating• from• safe• havens• in• Pakistan• and• chronic• problems•with•the•Kabul•government•pose•significant•risks•to• a• “durable,• stable• Afghanistan,”• according• to• a• Pentagon•progress•report•released• Friday. More• than• a• decade• after• the•Sept.•11•terror•attacks•and• the• start• of• the• Afghan• war,• the• U.S.• and• its• allies• have• reversed• violent• trends• in• much•of•the•country,•and•the• transition• to• Afghans• taking• charge•of•security•has•begun• in•key•areas,•including•major• cities•such•as•Kabul. “Security•gains•during•(the• past• six• months)• have• provided• a• firm• foundation• for• the•transition•of•security•responsibilities• to• the• Afghan• government”•and•its•security• forces,•the•report•said. However,• cross-border• attacks• have• increased• in• recent• months• due• to• insurgents’•safe•havens•in•Pakistan• and•the•support•they•receive• from•within•its•borders. “The• insurgency• remains• resilient•and,•enabled•by•Pakistani•safe•havens,•continues• to• contest”• Afghan• security• forces• throughout• the• coun-

Three Afghan men ride a motorcycle next to the former Afghan King Darul Aman’s palace, which was destroyed during the civil war. MUHAMMED MUHEISEN/Associated Press

try,•especially•in•the•east,•according• to• the• semi-annual• report•sent•to•Congress. The• report• also• identified• chronic• problems• with• the• Afghan• government,• including• widespread• corruption,• delays•in•reforms•and•political• disputes,• as• obstacles• to• U.S.• and• coalition• efforts• to• get• Kabul• to• take• over• security•for•the•country. The• United• States• has• some• 100,000• troops• in• Afghanistan•and•plans•to•bring• most•forces•home•by•the•end• of• 2014.• President• Barack•

Obama•announced•this•summer• that• 10,000• troops• will• redeploy• by• the• end• of• the• year.• The• 33,000• troops• he• sent• as• a• surge• force• will• be• out•by•September•2012. “Transition• remains• on• track• with• no• demonstrated• effort• by• the• insurgency• to• target• the• process,”• the• report•said. Overall,• the• report• gives• a• more• upbeat• assessment• of• the• military• strategy• and• its• future•prospects.•For•the•first• time•in•years,•the•report•does• not• describe• the• progress• in•

NATO: 30 militants killed in battle BY TAREK EL-TABLAWY Associated Press

KABUL,•Afghanistan•—•Insurgents• attacked• a• convoy• of• Afghan• and• international• troops• on• Friday• in• eastern• Afghanistan,• sparking• a• gunbattle•that•left•about•30•militants•dead,•NATO•said. The• joint• Afghan-international• force• called• for• air• support• during• the• firefight• in• Nangarhar• province,• the• U.S.-led•coalition•in•Afghanistan• said.• No• other• information• was• disclosed• and• it• is• unclear• whether• any• Afghan• or•coalition•forces•were•killed• or•wounded. NATO• forces• in• Afghanistan• have• concentrated• on•

Taliban•strongholds•in•southern• Afghanistan• in• the• past• several• years,• but• more• recently• have• shifted• their• focus•to•the•east•along•the•border•with•Pakistan. Earlier,•the•U.S.-led•alliance• said• its• troops,• in• tandem• with•Afghan•police,•repulsed• a• Taliban• attack• on• a• camp• in• Kandahar• that• is• home• to• NATO• troops,• including• Americans,• and• a• provincial• reconstruction•team. NATO• said• one• Afghan• interpreter• was• killed• in• the• attack,• while• one• American• civilian• contractor• and• two• Afghan• security• guards• were• wounded.• The• Taliban• launched• the• assault• from• a• compound•

across• from• the• camp,• firing• rocket-propelled• grenades,• NATO•said. Two•car•bombs•went•off•as• Afghan• police• were• clearing• the• compound,• NATO• said,• but• no• one• was• hurt.• The• buildings• had• been• rigged• with• explosives,• and• NATO• said• its• forces• fired• Hellfire• missiles• at• the• compound,• killing•all•four•attackers. NATO• said• the• presence• of• car• bombs• at• the• site• indicated• the• insurgents• had• a• plan,• which• they• were• unable• to• execute,• and• that• it• had• expected• the• Taliban• to• launch•such•an•attack•before• the•onset•of•winter,•when•the• violence• and• attacks• tend• to• abate.

Afghanistan• as• “fragile• and• reversible”• —• an• omission• that• a• senior• defense• official• said•was•deliberate. Instead,•the•report•focused• on• risk• areas,• such• as• safe• havens•in•Pakistan•and•weak• governing•in•Kabul. The• defense• official,• who• spoke• on• condition• of• anonymity• because• they• were• not•allowed•to•speak•publicly• on• the• issue,• said• that• U.S.• and•coalition•forces•will•turn• more•attention•to•the•eastern• border• region.• But• the• official•could•provide•no•details•

on•what•that•would•look•like,• or• if• it• will• mean• a• substantial•shift•in•U.S.•troops•to•the• embattled•region. The• report• strikes• a• more• critical• tone• than• previous• Pentagon•reports•about•Pakistan’s• failure• to• crack• down• on• safe• havens• for• militants• along• the• border• with• Afghanistan,•arguing•that•these• havens• enable• insurgents• considered• the• greatest• threat•to•American•troops. The• report• said• the• relationship• between• Afghanistan• and• Pakistan• improved• early• on,• but• several• events• severely• strained• those• ties.• Most•notably•was•the•May•2• U.S.•raid•deep•inside•Pakistan• that•led•to•the•death•of•al-Qaida•leader•Osama•bin•Laden. Cross-border• attacks• diminished• in• August,• but• high-profile• attacks• in• September,•including•the•assault• on•the•U.S.•embassy•in•Kabul,• were•a•significant•setback. The• report• said• these• attacks• “were• carried• out• by• the• Haqqani• network• and• directly•enabled•by•Pakistani• safe•haven•and•support.” U.S.• Army• Lt.• Gen.• Curtis• Scaparrotti,•who•directs•dayto-day•military•operations•in• Afghanistan,• told• reporters• on•Thursday•that•the•attacks• are• about• four• times• more• frequent•than•they•had•been• in•the•past•year. Last• month,• then-Joint• Chiefs• of• Staff• Chairman• Adm.• Mike• Mullen• said• the• Haqqani• network• “acts• as• a• veritable• arm”• of• Pakistan’s•

DAILY U.S. CASUALTIES Afghanistan: As of Friday,

at least 1,702 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, according to an Associated Press count. The Department of Defense announced Friday the deaths of two members of the military who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. The latest identifications: • Sgt. John A. Lyons, 26, of Seaside Park, N.J., died Oct. 26 in Ghazni province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when insurgents attacked his unit using small arms fire. He was assigned to the 8th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Bri-

gade, Fort Hood, Texas. • Staff Sgt. Stephen J. Dunning, 31, of Milpitas, Calif., died Oct. 27 while conducting combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force, Okinawa, Japan. Iraq: As of Friday, at least 4,482 members of the U.S. military had died in the Iraq War since it began in 2003, according to the Associated Press. No new deaths were reported. —FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AND WWW.DEFENSE.GOV

Statue of Liberty’s anniversary heralded ••It’s•been•125• years•since•it•was• dedicated. BY KAREN MATTHEWS Associated Press

NEW• YORK• —• Scores• of• immigrants• waved• tiny• flags• after• taking• the• oath• of• U.S.• citizenship• at• the• foot• of• the• Statue• of• Liberty• on• Friday,• 125• years• after• the• iconic• American•symbol•and•beacon• welcoming• visitors• and• immigrants•was•dedicated. “We•are•a•nation•of•diverse• people,”• Secretary• of• the• Interior• Ken• Salazar• said• during• the• naturalization• ceremony•on•Liberty•Island.•“And• that•diversity•strengthens•our• nation.” The• new• Americans,• 125• immigrants• from• 46• countries,• pledged• to• renounce• foreign•power,•then•posed•for• photos•with•their•citizenship• certificates. “I• feel• like• if• you• live• in• a• place,• you• should• have• a• say•

Donna Bodkins of Fisher, W.Va., carries American flags while visiting the Statue of Liberty to mark its 125th anniversary on Friday in New York. MARK LENNIHAN/Associated Press

in•the•politics,”•said•Paul•Currie,• who• moved• to• the• U.S.• from•South•Africa•eight•years• ago.• “Otherwise,• you’re• an• outsider.” Silvia• Hodges,• who• came• to• the• U.S.• from• Germany• in• 1999,•said•the•ceremony•made• her•feel•“like•I•belong•here•—• and•I•really•want•to•vote.” The•Statue•of•Liberty,•a•gift•

from• France,• was• conceived• to• symbolize• the• friendship• between• the• two• countries• and• a• shared• love• of• liberty.• President• Glover• Cleveland• dedicated• the• statue• on• Oct.• 28,•1886. New• York• Mayor• Michael• Bloomberg• said,• “If• anybody• around• this• world• wants• to• pick• up• their• family• and•

move• so• that• their• family• can•have•freedom•—•freedom• to• speak,• freedom• to• be• in• charge• of• their• own• destiny,• all•the•freedoms•that•we•have• incorporated• into• the• Bill• of• Rights•—•they•always•come•to• America.” Actress• Sigourney• Weaver• recited•Emma•Lazarus’•“The• New• Colossus”• and• gestured• to•the•statue•behind•her•at•the• words•“a•mighty•woman•with• a•torch.” On• Friday,• Cleveland’s• grandson• George,• a• deadringer• for• the• former• president,• was• on• hand• for• the• event• and• received• a• plaque• from• the• National• Park• Service. George• Cleveland,• a• 59-year-old• executive• director•of•a•senior•center•in•North• Conway,•N.H.,•said•his•grandfather• was• prescient• when• he•said•that•“a•stream•of•light• shall• pierce• the• darkness• of• ignorance•and•man’s•oppression,• until• liberty• enlightens• the•world.” “We• are• still• a• work• in•

progress,”• George• Cleveland• said. Then,• with• a• 3-2-1• countdown,• webcams• streaming• views•from•the•statue’s•torch• were• switched• on.• The• cameras• offer• panoramas• of• the• Manhattan•skyline,•the•Hudson•River•and•Liberty•Island. “It’s•really•a•wonderful•way• from•people•from•around•the• world• to• connect• with• Lady• Liberty• using• today’s• technology,”•said•David•Luchsinger,• the• superintendent• of• the• statue•and•Ellis•Island. The• birthday• party• would• conclude• later• Friday• with• a• 12-minute• fireworks• display• choreographed• to• patriotic• music. On• Saturday,• the• statue’s• interior• will• be• closed• for• renovations• for• about• a• year,• though•Liberty•Island•will•remain•open. Vacationers•Benoit•and•Veronique• Poullain• of• Rouen,• France,• were• happy• to• see• the•statue•on•her•125th•anniversary.•Veronique•said•it•was• “like•New•York,•big!”•

Defense expert: Jackson gave himself anesthetic LOS•ANGELES•(AP)•—•An• anesthesia• expert• testifying•for•the•doctor•charged•in• Michael•Jackson’s•death•told• jurors•Friday•he•believes•evidence• and• test• results• show• the• pop• superstar• gave• himself•a•fatal•injection•of•an•anesthetic. Dr.•Paul•White•said•the•selfinjection• theory• is• the• only• one• supported• by• the• physician’s•statement•to•police•and• by• all• the• evidence• found• at• Jackson’s•rented•mansion. White• said• he• saw• no• evidence• supporting• the• prosecution•theory•that•Jackson’s• doctor,• Conrad• Murray,• was• infusing•the•singer•with•propofol•using•an•IV. The•researcher•said•the•evidence•recovered•in•Jackson’s• bedroom• was• more• consis-

tent• with• the• singer• receiving• the• powerful• anesthetic• through•an•injection.•He•said• he•believes•Jackson•somehow• gave• himself• a• 25-milligram• dose• of• the• drug• between• 11:30• a.m.• and• noon• June• 25,• 2009,• when• Murray• found• the•singer•unresponsive. White•—•the•defense’s•strongest• witness• and• likely• its• last• —• will• undergo• cross-examination•Monday.•His•testimony• is• expected• to• be• vigorously• challenged• by• prosecutors,• who• spent• four• weeks• laying• out•their•case•that•Murray•is•a• greedy,•inept•and•reckless•doctor• who• was• giving• Jackson• propofol• as• a• sleep• aid• in• the• singer’s•bedroom. Propofol•is•not•intended•as•a• sleep•aid•and,•medical•groups• say,• should• be• administered•

only• in• a• hospital• or• surgical• setting• with• advanced• monitoring•equipment. White’s• testimony• directly• contradicts• the• theory• by• his• colleague• and• collaborator,• Dr.• Steven• Shafer,• who• testified• for• the• prosecution.• Shafer•told•jurors•he•believed• Jackson’s• doctor• used• an• IV• drip•of•propofol•and•said•that• was• the• only• way• to• explain• the• high• levels• of• the• drug• found•in•the•singer’s•body. Shafer• ruled• out• the• selfadministration•theory•during• his• Oct.• 20• testimony,• saying• Jackson• was• asleep• and• the• theory• the• singer• could• give• himself•the•drug•was•“crazy.” But• White• noted• there• were• no• IV• bags• or• lines• found• in• Jackson’s• bedroom• that•showed•propofol•residue•

throughout•the•entire•line.•He• also•said•the•levels•of•propofol• found• in• Jackson’s• urine• did• not•support•the•IV•theory. Murray• has• pleaded• not• guilty• to• involuntary• manslaughter. White’s• testimony• was• expected• to• end• Murray’s• defense• case• after• 16• witnesses.• Cross-examination• was•delayed•until•Monday•to• give• prosecutors• more• time• to•review•a•new•analysis•prepared• by• the• defense• based• on• recently• conducted• tests• of•samples•taken•during•Jackson’s•autopsy. White• told• jurors• he• saw• no•evidence•that•Murray•left• Jackson•on•an•IV•drip•of•propofol• when• he• left• the• room• and•returned•to•find•the•singer•unresponsive.

He• said• the• singer• would• have• had• to• lie• completely• still• to• keep• from• disturbing• the•bottle•under•that•scenario,•and•he•has•never•heard•of• anyone•using•an•IV•saline•bag• to•suspend•a•bottle•of•propofol•for•a•drip. White• noted• all• bottles• of• the• drug• come• with• a• tab• on• the•side,•which•can•be•used•to• hang•them•from•an•IV•stand. One• of• Jackson’s• bodyguards•reported•seeing•a•bottle•of•propofol•in•a•saline•bag• when• he• responded• to• the• singer’s• bedroom• after• Murray•summoned•for•help.• White• said• under• Shafer’s• IV• administration• scenario,• the• propofol• bottle• would• have• had• to• run• dry• right• at• the• moment• of• Jackson’s• death.

intelligence• agency.• Mullen• accused•the•network•of•staging•an•attack•against•the•U.S.• Embassy• and• NATO• headquarters•in•Kabul•on•Sept.•13,• as• well• as• a• truck• bombing• that• wounded• 77• American• soldiers.• He• claimed• Pakistan’s•spy•agency•helped•the• group.

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Two polar-opposite religious traditions will come together Sunday when a Bible-believing evangelical mega-church pastor will share the pulpit with the Rev. Marlin Lavanhar, senior minister of All Souls Unitarian Church. Lavanhar and the Rev. Bruce Hoppe, an associate pastor at Christ Community Church in Greeley, Colo., began to correspond by email in 2006 after Hoppe wrote to express his condolences for the sudden death of Lavanhar’s 3-year-old daughter. Hoppe learned of her death because he had been monitoring the All Souls website to see what positions were being taken on the liberal side of the theological spectrum. Hoppe was raised in the New York City area in a conservative Baptist denomination. He attended Bob Jones University for one year before transferring because the “extremely isolationist” Christian subculture there didn’t settle well with his New York street ministry and his call to connect with people at their point of need.

BRIEFS Call to Arms Men’s Conference at Rhema starting Thursday

Dr. Bert Johnson, a south Tulsa dentist, is collecting used eyeglasses and packaged toothbrushes for an upcoming Asbury United Methodist Church medical missions trip to Rio Bravo, Mexico. Donations can be dropped at his office, 4715 E. 91st St., 8 a.m.-5 p.m. through Monday. The trip will be Wednesday through Nov. 8.

Good Shepherd Episcopal to install vicar, celebrate 110 years

A film crew moves a camera to the infield at the old Drillers Stadium in Tulsa on Tuesday. The crew was shooting “Home Run,” a movie about a baseball player who enters rehab to deal with his substance abuse.  MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World

Who is Tom Newman?

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• Founder and president of Impact Productions in Tulsa. • Producer of “Toymaker’s Dream,” a gospel allegory viewed by millions worldwide for 16 years. • Producer of “Death and Beyond” documentary. • Producer of “You Are Special,” a popular animated film based on a Max Lucado book, and three sequels. • Producer of “Pahappahooey Island,” with Muppet-like characters. • One of the producers of “End of the Spear” film, story of slain missionary Jim Elliot in Ecuador.

Tom Newman: Celebrate Recovery helped him deal with the death of his friend Billy Joe Daugherty.

She said the original story idea for the film came from Newman’s son, Eric Newman, who co-wrote the original script with Candace Lee. They also went through the Celebrate Recovery program. Lee said they started out to tell an addiction recovery story. But the more deeply they got involved in Celebrate Recovery, the more that organization was “weaved into the DNA of the film.” “Home Run” is the story of a major league baseball player, Cory Brand, whose alcoholism and lifestyle ruined his career, sending him back to his hometown of Okmulgee, where he was court-ordered into a 12-step program. The part is played by Scott Elrod (“CSI: New York,” “Days of Our Lives” and “Men in Trees”). Brand’s agent in the movie is hard-nosed Helen Landy, played by Vivica A. Fox (“Independence Day” “Soul Food” and “Kill Bill”). Fox, who completed her 10 days

• Producer of full-length film “Christmas Child,” with Megan Follows (Anne of Green Gables), shown on Lifetime Television in December 2004-2006. • Executive producer/co-producer of “Home Run,” the movie.

of filming last week in Tulsa and Okmulgee, said the film’s message resonated with her. “I’ve had major epiphanies in the last couple of years, to be very honest with you,” she said by phone from Los Angeles. “Sooner or later you’ve got to grow up and look in the mirror at yourself. ... I’ve worked to rid myself of negative habits, negative forces, negative friends. “I’ve focused on my relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ so I can experience all the blessings that he has for me. “I was really excited about doing this movie. It’s Christian-based, and I’m an absolute sports junkie. I grew up playing basketball, volleyball and track, and I was a cheerleader, ... so this was a good fit.” She said she will be back in Tulsa next week to film another movie, “So This is Christmas.” She is also working on Robert Townsend’s new movie, “In the Hive,” (in

which she plays a dysfunctional mother) along with co-stars Loretta Devine and Michael Clarke Duncan. Nicole Leigh, an actress from Dallas who plays the part of Karen Brand, Cory Brand’s sister-in-law, said she was “proud and humbled” to be part of “Home Run,” a film she said calls people to accountability for their lives. Newman, founder of Impact Productions in Tulsa, said his goal is to make films that resonate with the culture at large. “Film and television are the most influential, driving forces in our culture, period,” he said. “Jesus was a storyteller, not a preacher. Jesus went around telling stories, and it changed the world. A lot of people are tired of being preached at. We try to not beat people over the head. “This film is all about change being possible. There are people that are stuck everywhere. They’re stuck with their marriages; they’re stuck with addictive behavior. They’re stuck in their pain. They’re stuck in their hurt. They feel isolated. “What we want everyone to notice, it’s not about trying harder. A lot of people will try to change or to mask the hurt, but this is about surrender. When you reach the end of yourself and surrender, God is there, and he’ll be there for anybody who will listen and acknowledge him.” “Home Run” finished filming in Tulsa this week and is expected to be released next fall. Bill Sherman 918-581-8398 bill.sherman@tulsaworld.com

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‘Film and television are the most influential, driving forces in our culture, period.’ TOM NEWMAN, IMPACT PRODUCTIONS

• Hoppe and Lavanhar hope to dispel negative ideas about evangelical Christians.

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A Call to Arms Men’s Conference with speakers Rick Renner and Bracken Christian will be held Thursday through Nov. 5 at Rhema Bible Church, 1025 W. Kenosha St., Broken Arrow. The theme of the annual conference is “Men of Conquering Faith.” To register or for more information, call (918) 258-1588, ext. 2238, or go to www. tulsaworld.com/rhema.

BY BILL SHERMAN

ulsa filmmaker Tom Newman didn’t know much about Celebrate Recovery when he approached its state leader two years ago about including the Christian 12-step program in “Home Run,” a film he was making. On Tuesday, Newman sat in the stands at the old Drillers Stadium and watched Los Angeles director David Boyd (“Get Low,” with Robert Duvall; “Friday Night Lights” and “The Walking Dead”) work with actors and a crew of 75 on the ball field below. Celebrate Recovery state coordinator Norma Murphy, a member of Southern Hills Baptist Church, told “Home Run” co-producers Newman and Carol Mathews in January 2010 that if they really wanted to make a movie about the program, they needed to first go through it themselves. “It really started out as more of an appeasement issue,” said Newman, who was not eager to commit to two hours a week for a year or more. But early into the program, Newman said, he discovered he needed healing for anger he felt toward God over the November 2009 death of one of his closest friends, Victory Christian Center pastor Billy Joe Daugherty. “I was really having a hard time processing Billy Joe’s passing,” he said. Over the next few months, “I found real relief and healing from that.” In May of last year, Newman and Mathews flew to Los Angeles to meet with John Baker, who founded Celebrate Recovery at Saddleback Church. At first, Baker was cool to the movie idea. But after a five-hour meeting, which included times of prayer, he was on board, as long as Celebrate Recovery put no money into the film, made no money from it and he retained the right to approve the script. Newman and Mathews formed a corporation to make the movie, found investors to cover the $2 million cost and began to assemble a cast and crew. Baker was in Tulsa this week to watch the filming. “The script couldn’t be better,” he said. He said he thought publicity from the movie could double the size of Celebrate Recovery, now reaching more than 1 million people in 19,000 churches and 20 languages. Mathews, who has worked with Newman on various television and film projects for 20 years, said the inspiration for “Home Run” came while she was praying about what kind of movie to make. “I felt led to do a film about addiction, and about how God is interested in helping people change and helping them live the lives they were created to live,” she said.

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Lavanhar was raised Unitarian, traveled the world by bicycle for three years and graduated from Harvard Divinity School. Their friendship was cemented in 2007 when they met for dinner in Golden, Colo., and talked for several hours. “We talked a lot about our spiritual journeys. ... We found that the things we wrestled with were amazingly similar,” Hoppe said. “Some of our presuppositions about each other were blown away. It’s easy to have an us-versus-them mentality.” Lavanhar said his friendship with Hoppe has taught him that he “had often been stereotyping evangelical Christians based on limited experiences with overbearing people trying to proselytize and tell me I’m going to hell ... .” He said the two men have in common the challenges of balancing ministry with being a father and husband, a love for people and a commitment to help them. “We both have deep convictions and faith and are committed to following the truth wherever it leads us,” he said. And both ministers have been offended by what they view as an often harsh, rude judgmental attitude in some evangelicals. “I’m appalled by that,” Hoppe said, “that someone could take the heart of God for all people and so twist it around to say if you don’t look like me, believe like me, have

Points of view What: Unitarian and evangelical ministers share pulpit When: 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Sunday Where: All Souls Unitarian Church, 2952 S. Peoria Ave. OPPOSITES ATTRACT Marlin Lavanhar and Bruce Hoppe: The two religious leaders began corresponding by email in 2006 when Hoppe wrote to Lavanhar to express his condolences over the death of Lavanhar’s daughter.

my political agenda, I have the right to treat you this way.” But friendship and mutual respect aside, the two men recognize they are on opposite sides of a huge theological chasm. “We really are polar opposites on most of these (theological) things,” said Hoppe, who believes the Bible is the inerrant word of God, that Jesus is fully God and that “each of us needs to embrace him as savior to have a meaningful life on Earth and to live in heaven.” Lavanhar, on the other hand, says he is “called to seek God and truth wherever I can find it and that includes science, personal experience and the words and deeds of good men and women of all cultures, eras and traditions.”

“Ethically, Bruce and I agree on most things, but we don’t always arrive at our positions through the same process or information,” Lavanhar said. He said he invited Hoppe to share his pulpit because some of his members have had negative experiences with evangelical Christianity, and “meeting a very successful, very faithful evangelical mega-church minister who is intellectual, respectful and broadminded will surprise some and help others overcome negative stereotypes they may have formed.” “I’ve learned the irony that if you paint a group of people as spiritually-arrogant, narrow-minded and judgmental, as some on my side of the theological fence have painted evangelical Christians, then you are actually being arrogant, narrow-minded and judgmental. “Experiences like this Sunday’s service help us be more true to who we strive to be,” he said. Bill Sherman 918-581-8398 bill.sherman@tulsaworld.com

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 1420 E. Dewey St., Sapulpa, will be 110 years old on Tuesday. The church began on All Saints Day, 1901. As part of the anniversary celebration, Episcopal Bishop Edward J. Konieczny will install the Rev. Joseph Farber as vicar at 11 a.m. Nov. 12, Farber followed by an anniversary reception. Farber was ordained into the priesthood in July 2010 and has been priest-in-charge at the church since then.

Koinonia of Hispanic Baptist Churches hosts missions leader The Rev. Joshua del Risco, national coordinator for the Church Mobilization Team of the North American Mission Board, will speak this weekend at evangelistic services sponsored by the Koinonia (Fellowship) of Hispanic Baptist Churches of Northeastern Oklahoma. The services will be at 7 p.m. Saturday and 5 p.m. Sunday at the Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills hotel, 1902 E. 71st St. Praise teams from several local churches will sing. The Rev. Victor Orta II, pastor of El Pueblo de Dios Baptist Church of Tulsa, is president of Koinonia and organizer of the event.

CALENDAR SERVICES Christian Ministers Alliance Preacharama service. 6 p.m. Sunday, Greater Progressive Baptist Church, 1970 N. Boston Place, with speakers the Revs. Deborah Gregg, Diane Preston, Ruthie Howard, Yolanda Steele, Michelle Cullom, Lanene Barnett and Lois Gilkey.

MUSIC Gospel singer Kirk Franklin’s Fearless concert, in conjunction with American Heart Association’s “Power to End Stroke” campaign. 7 p.m. Thursday, Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave. For tickets: www. tulsaworld.com/mabee. Bach & Sons organ and media concert by Jeannine Jordan and David Jordan. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, St. John’s Episcopal Church, 4200 W. Atlanta Place.

OTHER “I Went to Hell” drama, from the life of Kenneth E. Hagin. 10 a.m. Sunday, Rhema Bible Church, 1025 W. Kenosha St., Broken Arrow. Trunk or Treat. 4-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Yale Avenue Christian Church, 3616 S. Yale Ave. Harvest Carnival for infants through fifth graders and their parents. 6-9 p.m. Monday, Ninowski Recreation Center on the Rhema Bible Church campus, 1025 W. Kenosha St., Broken Arrow. Northeast Active Timers (NEATs) Friendship Day. 12:30-2 p.m. Wednesday, NEATs office, 3119 S. Jamestown Ave. Fall Carnival with games, inflatables, candy. 3:30-6 p.m. Sunday, University United Methodist Church, 500 S. College Ave. Fall Festival, with food, candy, inflatables. 6-8 p.m. Saturday, Harvard Avenue Christian Church, 5502 S. Harvard Ave. Halloween on the Hill party for all ages, with costume contest, cake walk, food and games. 6-9 p.m. Saturday, Hope Unitarian Church, 8432 S. Sheridan Road. This Week column offers groups an opportunity to publicize upcoming events that may be of interest to people outside their organization. Items must be received in writing by 5 p.m. Tuesday for Saturday publication. Mail to Bill Sherman, religion writer, P.O. Box 1770, Tulsa, OK 74102; email to bill.sherman@tulsaworld.com; or fax to (918) 581-8353.


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Off-the-cuff, Romney does himself few favors ••He’s•not•the•only• one•with•loose•lips• in•the•campaign. BY PHILIP ELLIOTT Associated Press

WASHINGTON• —• Mitt• Romney• may• need• a• censor.• For•himself. In• the• last• few• weeks• in• Nevada,• the• man• who• owns• several• homes• told• the• state• hit•tough•by•the•housing•crisis:• “Don’t• try• and• stop• the• foreclosure• process.• Let• it• run• its• course• and• hit• the• bottom.” At• one• point• in• Iowa,• earlier•this•year,•the•former•venture•capitalist•uttered,•“Corporations• are• people,”• with• the• country• in• the• midst• of• a•debate•over•Wall•Street•vs.• Main•Street.• At• an• event• in• economically• suffering• Florida,• the• retiree•—•who•is•a•multimillionaire• many• times• over• —• said,•“I’m•also•unemployed.” Over•the•past•year,•the•Republican• presidential• candidate•has•amassed•a•collection• of• off-the-cuff• comments• that• expose• his• vulnerabilities• and,• taken• together,• could•reinforce•a•perception• that•he’s•an•out-of-touch•elitist•who•lacks•a•core•set•of•beliefs. So• far,• the• foot-in-mouth• remarks• haven’t• seemed• to• affect• his• standing• in• the• nomination•race. Romney•has•run•a•far•more• cautious• and• disciplined• campaign•than•his•losing•bid• of• four• years• ago.• He’s• kept• the• focus• on• his• core• message:•He’s•the•strongest•candidate•able•to•beat•President• Barack• Obama• on• the• biggest• issue• of• the• campaign,• the• economy.• He• still• enjoys• leading• positions• in• public• opinion•polls•in•early•primary• states• and• across• the• nation.•Few,•if•any,•of•the•other• Republicans•in•the•race•have• turned• his• remarks• against• him. Texas• Gov.• Rick• Perry,• Romney’s•chief•rival•with•the• money• to• prove• it,• is• all• but• certain• to• try.• Perry• has• already•started•suggesting•that• Romney• lives• a• life• of• privilege• while• he• comes• from• humble•roots.•And•Romney’s• eyebrow-raising• comments• are• tailor-made• for• critical• TV•ads. Look• no• further• than• the• Democratic• Party• and• Obama’s• advisers• for• proof• of•that. Each• time• Romney• says• something• that• makes• even• his• closest• aides• grimace,• Democrats• quickly• put• together• a• Web• video• highlighting•the•remark•—•a•preview•of•certain•lines•of•attack• come• the• general• election.• “Mitt• Romney’s• message• to• Arizona?• You’re• on• your• own,”• says• a• new• ad• by• the• Democratic• National• Committee• that• jumps• on• Romney’s•foreclosure•remarks. Romney’s• team• publicly• dismisses• their• boss’s• occasional• loose• lips,• dismissing• them• as• inconsequential• to• voters• focused• on• an• unemployment• rate• hovering• around•9•percent.

GAFFES Mitt Romney: The former Massachusetts governor has been, for the most part, a polished campaigner, but when he strays from the script, his words sometimes have come back to haunt him. Recent stumbles include his famous “corporations are people” comment in Iowa, and other comments have appeared insensitive to people having troubles with their mortgages.

“It’s• a• long• campaign• and• at•the•end•of•the•day•people• are•going•to•judge•Gov.•Romney•and•his•ability•to•take•on• President• Obama• over• jobs• and• the• economy.• And• certainly• there• will• be• a• lot• of• back• and• forth• as• the• campaign• progresses,”• said• Russ• Schriefer,• a• Romney• strategist. “This• election• will• be• decided• on• big• issues• because• the• issues• are• so• big• and• so• important,”• Schriefer• said.• “And•not•on•a•gaffe•or•a•mistake• or• a• moment,• any• particularly•moment.” It•usually•takes•more•than• one• gaffe• or• one• mistake• to• undo•a•campaign.•And•other• candidates• have• made• their• own• potentially• problematic• comments. Take,• for• instance,• Herman•Cain’s•assertion•that•the• Wall• Street• protesters• are• in• the• streets• to• distract• from• Obama’s•record:•“If•you•don’t• have• a• job• and• you’re• not• rich,•blame•yourself.”• Or• Perry’s• suggestion• Div: CReserve• Chairthat• Federal• man• Ben• Bernanke• is• “alDate: 10/29/11

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Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:

CNN’s “State of the Union”:

2012 GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul; David Axelrod, adviser to President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign. “Fox News Sunday”: 2012 GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry.

BY JACK GILLUM Associated Press

Obama’s• approval• ratings• have• slumped• to• 41• percent• in• a• recent• Gallup• poll,• and• steadfast• supporters• have• found• themselves• less• able• or• less• willing• to• open• their• wallets•again. “He• was• our• state• senator,•and•when•I•looked•at•the• Republican• side,• I• thought,• ‘We• need• some• fresh• blood• in•the•campaign,’ ”•said•Janet• Tavakoli,•58,•a•financial•analyst• from• Chicago• who• gave• $1,000• to• the• president• in• 2008.•“But•I•was•dead•wrong• about• it,”• she• said,• and• isn’t• supporting• any• candidate• this•time. Obama• faced• then-Sen.• Hillary• Rodham• Clinton• for• the• Democratic• nomination• in•2008.•This•time,•he•is•running• unchallenged• and• has• no• primaries• or• caucuses• looming,• as• the• Republican• candidates• do,• so• potential• Obama• donors• may• not• be• feeling•any•sense•of•urgency.• But• typically,• early• donors• tend•to•give•again,•as•money• is• a• sign• of• enthusiasm• —• something• Obama• had• in• spades•four•years•ago. For• its• analysis,• the• AP• compared• the• names• and• addresses• of• Obama• contributors• who• gave• between• $200• and• $2,500• from• April• to• September• 2007• with• those• who• gave• amounts• in• the• same• range• during• the• same• period• this• year.• The• AP• adjusted• its• analysis• to• compensate• for• contributors• who• might• have• moved• and•listed•a•new•address,•or• whose•name•or•address•was• listed•slightly•differently•last• time. The•Obama•campaign•said•

most•of•its•contributors•gave• small• donations• this• year;• it• is• not• required• under• federal•law•to•provide•names•of• donors• who• gave• less• than• $200.• About• 40• percent• of• total• fundraising• came• from• amounts• greater• than• $200• this• year,• not• adjusting• for• inflation,• compared• with• more•than•75•percent•during• the•same•period•in•2007. Obama’s•missing•contributors• live• across• the• country,• mostly• concentrated• in• the• Northeast• and• the• West• Coast.• Obama• also• missed• support• from• early• donors• in• parts• of• Texas,• Illinois• and• Michigan• —• areas• he• narrowly• won• in• 2008.• But• he•also•picked•up•some•new• sources•of•cash•in•those•places. “I• have• little• discretionary• money,• and• I• just• have• to• take• care• of• myself,”• said• Roger• Hodges,• 45,• an• urban• designer•in•Richmond,•Calif.• Hodges• gave• Obama• $250• four• years• ago• but• doesn’t• plan•on•donating•in•this•election.• Hodges• said• friends• in• the•liberal-leaning•San•Francisco•Bay•Area•have•become• disappointed•in•Obama. Romney,• a• leading• GOP• contender,• has• closed• in• financially• in• areas• of• the• country• that• gave• a• solid• stream• of• checks• to• Obama• in• the• 2008• campaign,• including•Southern•California,• Florida• and• New• England.• Records• show• a• handful• of• Obama• contributors• from• 2008• donated• to• Romney• this• time;• few,• if• any,• appeared•to•give•to•Texas•Gov.• Rick• Perry,• another• frontrunner.

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Church sued in Fight Night death • The Medical Examiner’s Office still hasn’t ruled on the cause of death for ex-TU player Clinkscale.

DIED George Clinkscale: The former TU football player died following a boxing match at Guts Church.

George Clinkscale III, a former TU linebacker and father, died following a boxing match at Guts Church’s Fight Night VI, held in the church’s parking lot Sept. 21. Clinkscale, who was 24 and from Cedar Hill, Texas, reportedly began cramping during his match and later died at a hospital. The state Medical Examiner’s Office did not have a preliminary report of the cause of death when contacted by the Tulsa World on Wednesday.

BY JARREL WADE

World Staff Writer

The family of a former University of Tulsa football player who died following an unsanctioned boxing match at a local church filed a suit Friday in Tulsa County against the church for damages. The suit alleges gross negligence by Guts Church for promoting and organizing a boxing match that was not licensed and in violation of state and federal regulations.

View the Clinkscale family’s lawsuit against Guts Church. tulsaworld.com/clinkscale

The suit lists defendants, William and Sandra Scheer, as directors of Guts Church Inc., and holds them accountable for Clinkscale’s death. A spokesperson for Guts Church could not be reached for comment Friday night. According to the suit, the defendants should have known that the boxing matches, called “illegal and

In the lawsuit, members of Clinkscale’s family, including his father, mother, fiancee and two children, were listed as plaintiffs and asked for an unspecified amount of damages in excess of $75,000 and punitive or exemplary damages.

extremely dangerous underground boxing operations,” were in violation of state law. “As a direct result of the … conduct of the defendants … George L. Clinkscale III, prior to his death, endured pain, suffering and mental anguish which was directly caused by the injuries he suffered in the fight and his ultimate death,” according to allegations in the lawsuit. The suit further alleges the defendants used fighters somewhat known in the area such as University of Tulsa football players to promote the event. SEE DEATH A18

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Workers carry a wall through the mud as volunteers work to build Thunderbird Chapel at Camp Gruber, which has gone without a chapel since 1947.  MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World

A place to ‘find peace’

Camp Gruber history • Established Dec. 15, 1941, as a military training post, with 1,750 buildings and up to 14 chapels • World War II prisoner of war camp until May 1946 • Closed June 3, 1946 • Reopened by National Guard in 1977, with no chapels • Home to National Guard’s only Air Assault School, 1988-1994

Adjutant general impressed by quick work BY BILL SHERMAN

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RAGGS — Nearly 100 volunteers on Friday erected the walls of a chapel at Camp Gruber that is being called a gift from Oklahoma people to the men and women serving in the Oklahoma National Guard.

Inspired by Gov. Mary Fallin and being built by volunteers using donated money, materials and equipment, the 10,483-square-foot Thunderbird Chapel is expected to be completed before soldiers from the Oklahoma National Guard’s 45th Infantry Brigade return from Afghanistan in April. Fallin was at Camp Gruber Sept. 7

for the groundbreaking. Camp Gruber has not had a chapel since 1947. “If the government was doing this, it would take a 10-year process to build it,” said Maj. Gen. Myles Deering, adjutant general of Oklahoma, who spoke to volunteer workers after lunch as SEE CHAPEL A18

The•original•idea•was•to•build•20• new•houses. “But•they•looked•at•me•like•I•was• crazy,”•remembers•Cary•Evert,•chief• executive• officer• of• Tulsa-based• Hilti• North• America,• a• construction-supply•company. “So,•I•said,•‘How•about•10?’ ” Even• that• is• a• monumental• challenge,•by•far•the•largest•project•ever• undertaken• by• Tulsa• Habitat• for• Humanity. But• after• months• of• preparation,• “Ten• for• Joplin”• will• begin• construction• on• schedule• Saturday• morning. If•all•goes•as•planned,•the•houses• will• be• finished• in• just• 16• days,• in• time• for• the• new• homeowners• to• celebrate•Thanksgiving. Evert• had• the• idea• after• visiting• Joplin,•Mo.,•in•early•June,•not•long• after• a• massive• F5• tornado• wiped• out• nearly• one-third• of• the• town,• destroying•more•than•8,000•homes. The•new•houses•will•sit•within•a• few•blocks•of•each•other•in•an•area• locals•call•“ground•zero,”•laid•waste• from•horizon•to•horizon.• “Pictures•can•never•tell•the•story,”• Evert•says.•“Nothing•you•saw•on•TV• could• prepare• you• for• what• it• was• really•like.” To• pull• off• such• a• large-scale• project•in•such•a•short•time•period,• SEE JOPLIN A18

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Tulsa Run takes over downtown streets • The race will include more than 11,000 runners and 13,000 spectators. BY MICHAEL OVERALL World Staff Writer

People don’t wake up one Saturday and just decide to go run 15 kilometers. It can take months, even years, to work up to the Tulsa Run. The official “celebrity runners” — this year including Blue Cross and Blue Shield President Bert Marshall —

started training in March. “Seeing him, at his age, get out there and train like that, it made me really think,” says Blue Cross and Blue Shield employee Basil Malik. “I decided that if he can do it, I can push myself, too.” But Malik admits that he had a sort of head start with his training. He started running several

years ago, slowly working up to 3K and 5K events, eventually finishing a 10K race a couple of years ago. Saturday’s 15K, however, will be the longest he has ever tried, by far. “The thing is, I used to be the kind of person that you would never see running, unless somebody was chasing me,” Malik says. “As a kid, I used to be obese.” Experts typically recommend at least a 16-week regi-

men to prepare for something like the Tulsa Run. The run’s other celebrity participant, Julie Chin, a meteorologist from KJRH, Channel 2, also began training in the spring. Beginners often start with a 3-mile run — even if they have to walk a lot of it —and gradually increase the distance. A 15K race roughly equals 9.5 miles. SEE RUN A18

City of Tulsa worker Derrick Jackson moves a barricade into place on Boulder Avenue as the city prepares for Saturday’s Tulsa Run. CHRISTOPHER SMITH/ Tulsa World

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Gabriel W. Graves was born November 4, 1978, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to Wayne and Shirley Anne (Bettis) Graves. He died Wednesday, October 26, 2011, in Eufaula, Oklahoma, at the age of 32 years. He was reared and educated in Oklahoma City and Kingfisher, Oklahoma, and graduated with the Kingfisher High School Class of 1995. He spent most of his working life as a sales representative. Gabe enjoyed a variety of pastimes, especially music and playing the guitar. He was very artistic and enjoyed sketching as well as writing poetry. His greatest pride was his two beautiful daughters. Loving family members include: his two daughters, Isabelle Graves, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Venice Graves, of Piedmont, Oklahoma; mother and step-father, Shirley Anne and Emmett Gilliam, of Claremore,

Lillie Quinn, 86, of Tulsa, OK went to be with the Lord on October 22, 2011 The majority of her adult life she worked at Lee Way Motor Freight while being a loving wife and mother and devoted member of Mayfair Church of Christ, OKC. Memorial Service will be 2 pm Tuesday November 1st at Durham Community Center, Durham, OK. Add’Vantage Funeral Service, Tulsa.

TULSA Bitner, Barbra Jean (Cornelius) Bitner, 87, homemaker, died Saturday. Services pending. Ninde Brookside. Browne, Matthew J., 59, attorney, died Wednesday. Memorial service 2 p.m. Sunday, Fitzgerald Southwood Colonial Funeral Home Chapel. Campos, Antonio “Tony,” 88, tailor, died Thursday. Services pending. Floral Haven, Broken Arrow. Carter, Earl W., 62, retired from Marine Corps, died Monday. Visitation 4-6 p.m. Sunday and service 11 a.m. Monday, both at Keith D. Biglow Funeral Home. Graves, Gabriel W., 32, sales representative, died Wednesday. Visitation 3-5 p.m. Saturday and service 2 p.m. Sunday, both at Mowery Funeral Home, Owasso. Hanson, Homer Gerald, 85, terminal manager, died Tuesday. Memorial service 2 p.m. Friday, Southminister Presbyterian Church. Stanley’s. Harlow, Fannie Ada, 88, died Tuesday. Service 1 p.m. Monday, Mark Griffith-Westwood Funeral Home Chapel. Isaacs, Thomas Ray “Tommy,” 63, U.S. Postal Service employee, died Wednesday. Visitation 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Saturday and service 10 a.m. Monday, both at Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home, Sand Springs. King, Errol George, 53, died Oct. 12. Services pending. Mark Griffith-Riverside, Sand Springs. Lankster, Joel Paul, 70, Sheffield Steel supervisor, died Tuesday. Service 11 a.m. Saturday, Greenwood Christian Center. Keith D. Biglow. Lewis, Edna M., 92, Hillcrest Medical licensed practical nurse, died Wednesday. Visitation 1-5 p.m. Monday and service 11 a.m. Tuesday, both at Dyer Memorial Funeral Home. Plumlee, Robert D., 90, retired Carnation Milk Co. supervisor, died Thursday. Memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday, Will Rog  

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Letica Aguirre, 29; Jorge Lopez, 23. Oralia Avila, 26; Saul Laguna, 25. Amber Bailey, 26, of Owasso; Brandon Boyd, 28. Gabrielle Bailey, 23; Allan Logan, 23, of Saint John, Canada. Kristen Bauchaus, 19; Blake Ballard, 27. Candi Chappell, 41, of Yukon; Roderick Ellison, 39, of El Reno. Ursula Hallford, 36; Daniel Kinzer, 41, of Owasso. Christina Hamilton, 29; Michael Summers, 31, both of Claremore. Brandie Holmes, 29; Anthony Johnson, 30, both of Jenks. Bryanna Huberty, 24; Benjamin Coleman, 23, of Bixby. Danita Isom, 29, of Kingfisher; Robert Davis 29. Ciara Laughlin, 21; Aubrey Penrod, 22, both of Broken Arrow. Sarah Rausch, 23; Justin Jurecek, 26, both of Granbury, Texas. Christen Richards, 29; Doyle Hubanks Jr, 37. Elizabeth Romero, 21; Oscar Cortes, 27.

Oklahoma; sister and brother-inlaw, Brandy and Jesse Smith, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma; nephews, Trace Rader and Baylor GravesSmith, both of Kingfisher, Oklahoma; and numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles who loved him dearly. He was preceded in death by his father, Wayne Graves, brother, Daniel Bostick, and his maternal and paternal grandparents. Visitation will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Saturday, October 29, 2011, and funeral service 2:00 p.m. Sunday, October 30, 2011, both at Mowery Funeral Service in Owasso, Oklahoma, with Minister Steve Chisholm officiating. Graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 31, 2011, at Kingfisher Cemetery in Kingfisher, Oklahoma. Arrangements and services were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso. www.moweryfs.com

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ers United Methodist Church. Cremation Society. Sawyer, Thelma L., 92, homemaker, died Friday. Services pending. Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry. Stokes, Raphael, 55, cab driver, died Wednesday. Services pending. Dyer. Upshaw, Merlin Wayne, 92, geophysical velocity engineer, died Thursday. Services pending. Mark Griffith-Westwood. Walker, Cleo, 85, died Friday. Services pending. Keith D. Biglow. Wright, Wilma, 101, homemaker, died Friday. Services pending, Jack’s.

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Afton — Donna Sue Wheatley, 77, homemaker, died Thursday in Grove. Visitation 3-5 p.m. Sunday, First Assembly of God; graveside service 10 a.m. Monday, Mount Hope Cemetery, and celebration of life 11 a.m. First Assembly of God. Adcock. Bartlesville — Billie Joe Forrest, 75, truck driver, died Wednesday. Private family services. Stumpff. Beggs — Alvin Combs, 79, retired bus driver, died Thursday in Tulsa. Services pending. Keith D. Biglow, Okmulgee. Blackwell — Veronica Carlson, 33, died Tuesday. Memorial service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Roberts & Sons Funeral Home Chapel. — Howard Leroy Jennings, 73, retired, died Friday. Memorial service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Roberts & Sons Funeral Home Chapel. — Warren Dee Foster, 73, General Motors district manager, died Wednesday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Mount Olive Cemetery, Nardin. Roberts & Son. Bristow — Betty J. Hamby, 85, Avon representative, died Thursday. Services pending. Ninde Brookside. Broken Arrow — Carl M. “Mike” Tara Spence, 25; Brandon Harrison, 28. Amelia Wade, 30; Jason Spotts, 38.   

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GRANTED Bailey, Brandon from Jammi. Brown, Kash from Terri. Brown, Mary from Herbert Forrest Jr. Brubaker, Joseph from Paula. Dixon, Cynthia from Jack.

Alred, 59, Alred Glass Co. owner, died Wednesday. Services pending. Floral Haven. — Frances Joanne Lambert Todd, 77, educator, died Friday. Services pending. KennedyKennard. Catoosa — Salvador Olivarez Jr., 48, maintenance supervisor, died Wednesday in Tulsa. Visitation 1-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Kennedy-Kennard Funeral Home, and service 11 a.m. Monday, Catoosa Activity Center. Cherryvale, Kan. — John “J.D.” Harper, 75, dairyman and Montgomery County Commission chairman, died Tuesday. Visitation 6-7 p.m. Sunday, Potts Funeral Home, and celebration of life 11 a.m. Monday, First Southern Baptist Church. Claremore — Donna Darlene (Files) Miller, 70, federal government civil service employee, died Thursday. Services pending. Serenity, Tulsa. — Jill Webster, 52, Conoco administrative assistant, died Thursday. Private family services. Rice. — John Robert Woodruff, 68, Woodruff and Associates owner, died Friday. Services pending. Add’Vantage. — Patsy N. Maxwell, 74, homemaker, died Thursday. Services pending. Rice. Coffeyville, Kan. — Jeannine Louise Shields, 81, died Friday. Visitation 10 a.m. Tuesday and service 11 a.m. Tuesday, both at Penwell-Gabel Funeral Home. Collinsville — John Thomas Vice, 74, millright, died Friday. Services pending. Collinsville Dolton. — Joyce Elaine Kearns, 53, died Friday. Services pending. Penwell-Gabel. Depew — Lecrecia Lynn Huls, 56, bail bondsman, died Friday. Services pending. Hutchins-Maples, Bristow. Dewey — John Rex Dean, 72, carpenter, died Monday. Graveside memorial service 10 a.m. Saturday, Wann Cemetery, Wann. Stumpff, Bartlesville. Eldon Valley — Roger Dale

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Ana Bernal and Jose Puga, Mexico, boy. Kalin Campbell and Jose Galvan, boy.

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Rebecca and Justin Dodson, girl. Kelsi Gatliff and Jared Burridge, Bixby, boy. Adela Hernandez and Alonzo Mora, girl. Shelby Holmes and Jared Harjo, Kellyville, boy. Kari Hutchcraft and Kory Lewis, girl. Sara Jo and Darrin Nance, Sapulpa, girl. Tobey and Brett Nightingale, Jenks, girl. Robyn and Brian Osman, girl. Ana Reyes and Leovanny Plaza,

Girdner, 48, Briggs Public Schools custodial engineer, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Briggs Public School Gymnasium. Reed-Culver. Enid — Ione Lorraine Combrink, 91, died Thursday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Dugger Funeral Home, Garber, and service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Garber. Gore — Jack Straut, 64, heavy equipment operator, died Thursday in Dallas. Service 10 a.m. Monday, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Sallisaw. Mallory-Martin, Sallisaw. Grove — June Newburn Evinger, 85, retired from DHS, died Thursday. Service 2 p.m. Sunday, First Christian Church. WorleyLuginbuel. — Wayne Jackson, 73, retired from City of Grove, died Thursday. Visitation 4-6 Sunday, Nichols Funeral Home, and service 10 a.m. Monday, Bible Baptist Church. Clayton — Lula Sue Gray, 88, died Tuesday in Paris, Texas. Graveside service 2 p.m. Saturday, A.L. Stephens Cemetery. Clayton Funeral Home. Haskell — Dale Ridley, 82, retired from McDonnell Douglas Aircraft, died Friday. Services pending. Dowdy. — Ollie Wade, 83, Boeing Aerospace test certification engineer, died Oct. 16 in California. Services pending. Keith D. Biglow, Muskogee. Heavener — James Dearld Graham, 26, auto detailer, died Thursday in Poteau. Service 1 p.m. Saturday, Evans & Miller Funeral Home Chapel, Poteau. Hominy — Virginia Kenyon, 85, homemaker, died Thursday. Graveside service 2 p.m. Tuesday, A.J. Powell Cemetery. Powell. Independence, Kan. — Helen Louise Burton, 76, cook, died Thursday. Visitation 10-11 a.m. Tuesday and celebration of life 11 a.m. Tuesday, both at Potts Funeral Home.

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Chasity Behn and Jordan White, girl. Shanna and Tony Cheatham, Haskell, girl Katherine and William Cohen, Broken Arrow, girl. Teena and Fernando Gonzalez, Broken Arrow, girl. Antwonette Mulrain and Clinton Taylor, boy. Rebecca Rutledge and Peter Gilbert, boy. Nagla Soliman and Khaled Meguid, girl. Barbara Thomas and James Hopkins, boy. Hayley and Hayes Violett, Claremore, boy.

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Mary and Paul Combs, Claremore, girl. Cynthia and Joseph Slitzker, Collinsville, girl.

Bailey Medical Center, Owasso Ashley Lucas and Jamie Verdugo, Owasso, boy.

Bob Plumlee, pictured here at his Tulsa home in 2010, was a decorated World War II veteran who as an Army machine gunner participated in the D-Day invasion and eventual Allied conquest of northern Europe that it spawned. Plumlee, 90, died Oct. 20. A service is set for Saturday. Tulsa World file

D-Day veteran went on to start Tulsa-area band

BY TIM STANLEY

World Staff Writer

What he and his fellow troops saw at Normandy was just “too much,” Bob Plumlee said. Too much to take in, too much to make sense of. Too much to talk about, even. More than seven decades later, the World War II veteran’s memory of first glimpsing the American bodies that littered the beaches of Normandy, France, still defied his ability to put words to it — and he could not even begin to try without choking up. An Army machine gunner during the war, Plumlee participated in the historic DDay invasion of June 6, 1944, part of the initial force attacking German-held positions along the French coast. As the 22-year-old and his unit had approached Omaha Beach to join their fellow invaders, their landing ship was disabled by German fire and left stranded in the water. Plumlee could see — could feel — the intense fighting on the beach, however. He knew it was bad. When their disabled craft was at last towed into shore after several hours, allowing them to disembark, they found themselves at the scene of unimaginable carnage. But there wouldn’t be time to linger. The invasion of northern Europe, which would climax months later with the fall of Nazi Germany, was officially under way. Plumlee had his first taste of war. But there was much more to come. Robert D. “Bob” Plumlee, a longtime Tulsa resident who earned five Bronze Stars during the war, died Oct. 20. He was 90. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Will Rogers United Methodist Church. Cremation Society of Oklahoma was in charge of cremation. An accomplished harmonica player, Bob Plumlee was a founding member and longtime performer with the Round Up Boys, a Tulsaarea band that specialized in classic western swing and country. Of the 180 shows a year they played at one time, their favorite was a weekly lunchtime gig at Nelson’s Buffeteria in downtown Tulsa.

Although their Nelson’s songlist was heavy on Bob Wills, the Round Up Boys made a point of always including at least one gospel tune. It was their way of giving a nod to providence, something Plumlee felt strongly about. “All of my life I felt that God was looking after me,” he told the Tulsa World once, adding that without divine intervention he never would’ve survived the war. Bob Plumlee, who talked about his WWII experiences in a 2010 interview, was a private first class in the Army’s 413th AAA Gun Battalion. A native of Springdale, Ark., he had enlisted as soon as the U.S. entered the war. After D-Day, Plumlee’s unit crossed France into Belgium, engaging in the battles that would lead them ultimately to Germany. For all he’d witnessed at Normandy, the Battle of the Bulge, which lasted from December 1944 to January 1945, was worse, he said, and the bloodiest conflict of the war for the Americans. Plumlee also participated in the Rhineland campaign. There were narrow escapes everywhere he went. Once, Plumlee’s unit crossed over a damaged bridge at Remagen, Germany. Minutes after they’d passed, it collapsed. Several U.S. Army engineers at work on it were killed. But Plumlee survived it all to come home. After the war, he married Margaret, whom he had met in Philadelphia before shipping out. The couple settled in Tulsa, where Plumlee worked for Carnation Milk Co. for 30 years, retiring as a supervisor. His family’s official family historian, Plumlee was a charter member of the Tulsa Genealogical Society. The Round Up Boys started out as just Plumlee and a few pals getting together to play. Later, they began performing for audiences, first at nursing homes, and then festivals and events. Plumlee’s survivors include his wife of 65 years, Margaret Plumlee; a daughter, Norene Rauch; one grandson; and a brother, George Plumlee. Tim Stanley 918-581-8385 tim.stanley@tulsaworld.com

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Deputy, veteran arrives in time for OSU homecoming • The Payne County deputy is a member of the 45th Infantry. BY ADAM KEMP

Oklahoman Correspondent

U.S. Army Cpl. Scott Hopper wanted to get back to Oklahoma for the Oklahoma State University homecoming game against Baylor University on Saturday. What Hopper didn’t expect was a homecoming of his own. Hopper, 40, a member of the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team and a Payne County Sheriff’s Office deputy, was shot in the right arm while on a mission in Afghanistan. The damage was severe and Hopper said he wasn’t sure whether he would ever be able to use the arm again.

WELCOME HOME U.S. Army Cpl. Scott Hopper: Hopper was met at the Oklahoma City airport by supporters who carried American flags and welcoming posters. He had been at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio where he was undergoing rehab for wounds he received while serving in Afghanistan.

But after a month of rehabilitation at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Hopper was able to travel to Oklahoma City on Friday and was greeted by nearly 50 people at Will Rogers World Airport. “It’s been fantastic, the support is ... kind of unspeakable,” Hopper said. “I owe everyone so much.” Supporters lined the halls of Terminal 4 at the airport with American flags and signs of encouragement. The scene was much differ-

ent from the one inside Hopper’s home nearly a month and a half ago. Hopper’s wife, Donella Hopper, was sitting on her couch watching television and trying to unwind from a busy day. “I knew something was wrong when I saw the phone number. He was on a mission and I knew he shouldn’t have been calling me for a few days,” Donella Hopper said while waiting to greet him at the airport. “When I found out he had been shot I stayed pretty calm for a couple days

but it was hard. I cried a lot, needless to say.” On Friday, Hopper’s right arm was in a full brace under his military fatigues, but he had mobility in the arm and was able to wiggle his fingers back and forth. Hopper said doctors are confident that he will be able to get his arm back to normal. “I can shoot with my left hand,” Hopper told members of the Payne County Sheriff’s Office who came out to welcome him home. “That’s what I had to do when I was shot anyway.” Tom Edwards stood near the front of the line in his bright orange Oklahoma State polo shirt. Edwards had been Hopper’s partner while they both worked as deputies. Edwards said as partners, the two would have each other’s back at any given time, whether it be a traffic

stop or executing a warrant. “It can be anytime or anyplace and he was there for me,” Edwards said. “I would have done anything to be here today.” Ken Andrews, 56, had never met Hopper, but brought the American flag that flies outside of his home in Blanchard and waved it above his head while Hopper moved through the crowd getting hugs and handshakes. Andrews, who is a 21-year U.S. Air Force veteran, said the flag in the front of his house was always the ultimate sign of “Welcome home” for him. “Anyone that comes home, I’ll bring my American flag and wave it proudly, tell them thanks,” Andrews said. “Scott got hurt and I just wanted to come tell him that I’m proud of him.” Garry McKinnis, the Payne

County undersheriff, met Hopper about halfway down his walk out of the terminal. McKinnis said he was very excited to see Hopper and said his job as a Payne County deputy was waiting for him when he was able. “It’s very important to honor him and give him a good homecoming and to make him realize how much he’s truly wanted and respected in the community,” McKinnis said. “We just can’t wait to get him back.” The only thing that could have made the day better for Hopper was being greeted by Oklahoma State’s mascot, Pistol Pete, he said. Instead Boomer, the horse mascot from the University of Oklahoma, was the costumed greeter on hand. “That’s fine; it’s just nice to see somebody from home,” Hopper said.

TPD officer fired for numerous policy violations BY JERRY WOFFORD World Staff Writer

A Tulsa Police officer was fired after an internal investigation found that he violated seven policies and rules, according to a personnel order. Sgt. John McDowell was terminated Oct. 20. A pre-termination hearing was held Oct. 19, and his employment was terminated the next day, effective immediately. McDowell was the ranking police officer during an FBI sting in May 2009 at a local motel, but the termination was not related to that incident, according to the order. The order states that McDowell used excessive force during an Oct. 10, 2010, incident involving an arrest. The order states that he “failed to maintain command of (his) temper” by using profane language and engaged in behavior that was unbecoming of a officer. After the incident, he allegedly threatened other officers for their cooperation with the internal affairs investigation into the Oct. 10 incident. The order states that McDowell physically forced a woman to the ground after she had been handcuffed and violated the department’s use of force policy in doing so. As a supervisor, the order states McDowell violated rules by “improperly managing the incident.” After an internal investigation into the October incident began, McDowell then confronted other officers about their cooperation with the investigation into his conduct, the order states. Specifically he confronted someone at the scene of a burglary on Dec. 28. McDowell also sought to discredit other officers because of their cooperation with the internal affairs investigation, according to the n

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order. He also “admitted to conducting your own investigation” into rumors about the alleged mishandling of a firearm while on a training day and failed to report it to his superiors, the order states. A federal agent posing as a drug dealer named “Joker” was placed in the motel room with $13,000 in cash, the World has reported. Video surveillance of the room shows former officer John K. Gray pocketing some of the money while retired Cpl. Harold R. Wells is in the room. Gray pleaded guilty in federal court in June 2010 to stealing money during the sting. Wells was convicted one year later, also in June, on five counts: Those were knowingly carrying and possessing a firearm during and in relation to drug trafficking crime, conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute controlled substance (methamphetamine), conspiracy to steal U.S. funds, stealing U.S. funds and use of a telephone to commit a felony. On Aug. 22, U.S. District Judge Bruce Black acquitted Wells of a single count of carrying a firearm during a drug-trafficking crime. While Black threw out the gun charge, he rejected a motion by Wells’ attorneys to dismiss all the counts against him. Wells remains convicted on four counts and faces 10 years in prison. McDowell was not accused of wrongdoing and not charged with a crime. Two other Tulsa police officers were acquitted of all charges against them in the case. World Staff Writer Omer Gillham contributed to this report. Jerry Wofford 918-581-8310 jerry.wofford@tulsaworld.com

Thursday. Visitation 4-7 p.m. Wednesday and service 2 p.m. Thursday, both at Agent Funeral Home, Muldrow. Sand Springs — Herbert Weston “Wes” Cravens, 94, retired welder, died Friday. Services pending. Mobley-Dodson. Siloam Springs, Ark. — Larry LaVaughn “Von” Fields, 58, commercial artist, died Wednesday in Springdale. Memorial service 10 a.m. Nov. 12, Springtown Church of Christ, Springtown. Wasson. Tahlequah — Elias Gabriel Clark, infant son of Nathan and Breelyn Clark, died Thursday. Services pending. Green Country. — Imogene Cooper, 79, homemaker, died Wednesday in Springdale, Ark. Service 11 a.m. Saturday, Oaks Cemetery, Oaks. Reed-Culver. — Norman Whalen, 80, civil engineer, died Wednesday. Services pending. Reed-Culver. — Pauline Chaudoin, 90, homemaker, died Friday. Visitation 1-6 p.m. Sunday and service 2 p.m. Monday, both at Reed-Culver Funeral Home Wagoner — Dortha L. Wimberley Lane, 87, retired secretary, died Tuesday. Services pending. Shipman. Westville — Melvin Langley, 51, died Friday. Services pending. Roberts/Reed Culver, Stilwell.

Leroy “Jake” Schaeffer (left), Don Eilers and Tom Proszek watch as Gary Threw salutes while telling a story as the Korea defense veterans have a reunion at the Renaissance Hotel on Thursday. Photos by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World

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Members of a missile battalion reunite after 50 years BY JERRY WOFFORD World Staff Writer

The last time the five of them were together was 50 years ago and a world away. Leroy Schaeffer, Don Eilers, Gary Threw, Tom Proszek and David Barker, along with the other members of their missile battalion, were charged with keeping the peace in Korea after the war there. The 13 months there forged strong friendships conducive to Army service. When they met this week in Tulsa, there was more gray hair and less agility, but little changed as they heartily laughed and swapped stories, of war and of life. Barker, of Tulsa, had remained in contact only with Schaeffer, but he realized last year that time was against them to get the gang back together. “When I started trying to contact people, I found that several of them had passed away, and I asked myself why they hadn’t had a reunion yet,” Barker said. “When you’re younger, you’re working and busy with your job and all that. Now we have time.” After training, they were assigned to the 6th Missile Battalion, 8th Artillery out of Fort Sill in southwest Oklahoma. They were activated in 1959 to serve the Korea defense after the armistice in 1953. Soon after, they shipped out. As American kids in their early 20s, it was a shock of reality. “I remember when we sailed underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, that was an eye-opener,” Barker said. “That was kind of a choker — going underneath that bridge and going, ‘Wow. This is real.’ ” But the time in Korea was not entirely hell, aside from being away from home, they said. They were in a remote outpost about 40 miles from the South Korea capital of Seoul, Eilers said. They didn’t see much conflict and the tension was low, for the most part. But one missile launch in particular was a little nerve-wracking. “The missile was supposed to go up and out and down and arm itself,” Proszek said. “This one went up and started coming back.” Luckily, the errant missile splashed down in the East China Sea, Proszek said. Their time there included keeping themselves entertained, as 20-somethings tend to do. However, their unit was eager to make its return to the states.

Above, David Barker of Tulsa tells a story Thursday as he and his fellow Korea defense veterans have a reunion at the Renaissance Hotel. At left, Barker holds a photo of a missile being launched from his time in Korea.

“We had about enough of one another,” Schaeffer joked. “It took about 50 years for the memories to fade.” Conflict erupted on the Korean When they entered the lobby of the Peninsula in 1950 between South Renaissance Hotel at 71st Street and Korea, backed by the United NaHighway 169 Wednesday evening, it tions, and North Korea with Chinese was time to play the guessing game. support. An armistice was signed in “We were sitting right here yes1953, re-establishing the boundary terday and when they came in, we along the 38th Parallel and creatthought, ‘Is that Gary? Is that Tom?’” ing the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Barker said. About 28,000 American troops “These guys got old,” Proszek remain in South Korea. joked. They spent the last two days sharing stories and experiences, at least “Coming home, though, we got the ones they could remember. Their wives “probably heard some into San Francisco and everyone got off the boat and kissed the ground,” stories last night that we’ve never told them before,” Eilers said. Schaeffer said. The unit split after that — and it wouldn’t be until 2011 that the unit Jerry Wofford 918-581-8310 jerry.wofford@tulsaworld.com was back together.

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For those who aren’t quite up to going that far, Saturday’s Tulsa Run will offer an alternative 5K route, along with a 2K “Fun Run” that amounts to little more than walking across downtown. More than 13,000 spectators will turn out to watch nearly 11,000 runners. For months, about 500 runners have been training together three times a week at RunnersWorld Tulsa, 4329 S. Peoria Ave. About 50 “first timers” have been running with the group, says owner Kathy Hoover. “Everybody starts somewhere,” she says. “In a group, there’s going to be somebody at your level, and you encourage each other.” The 5K starts at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 15K at 9 a.m. and the Fun Run at 9:15 a.m. The forecast shows a sunny 45 degrees at race time. Michael Overall 918-581-8383 michael.overall@tulsaworld.com

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Hilti and Habitat for Humanity needed to find more than 50 corporate sponsors, raise more than $800,000 and recruit more than 3,300 volunteers. One of the first phone calls went to Evert’s friend David Page at JP Morgan Chase. “It was a pretty easy decision to make,” Page says. “Do we want to help? When you see how much need there is in Joplin, of course you want to do whatever you can.” Chase pledged $60,000 to sponsor construction of one

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they sat on roof trusses lying on the concrete slab. “This chapel will mean a tremendous amount to a lot of people for a long time. When it’s finished, I’ll feel like I’ve left my legacy.” Deering said the governor told him in a meeting earlier this year she wanted a chapel at Camp Gruber. Right after that meeting, he happened to pick up a brochure from World Mission Builders and called the number. He reached Joe Wilson, of Enid, who is the domestic project coordinator for World Mission Builders, an organization that has built 240 churches and chapels in 88 nations since 1975, including several in Oklahoma prisons at no cost to the state. Wilson got on board immediately. He has helped coordinate his own World Mission Builders volunteers, many staying in their own campers at the construction site, as well as dozens of other volunteers from construction companies in the state. Gerry Shepherd, owner of Oklahoma Roofing, is coordinating the construction as a volunteer for Fallin. He said no tax money will be used for the chapel, which he estimated would cost $1.6 million if it were bid commercially. He said $650,000 has been donated in cash, and another $500,000 in labor and materials. Another $350,000 is needed to finish the project, right down to the pews and hymnals, he said. Glenn Short, president of Frankfurt Short Bruza architects in Oklahoma City, said his company donated the architecture and engineering work because he likes to give back to the state, and because he thinks the chapel will help change people’s lives. Sam Porter, who heads the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma’s disaster relief operation, was on site Friday, bringing with him four teams of construction workers and the state Baptists’ disaster food operation to feed volunteers. Among the many volunteer workers was Rich Pautsch, of Alpena, Ark., with World Mission Builders, who has been a building contractor for 25 years. Why does he do it? “It’s just rewarding,” he said. Volunteer Ruth Williams, a retired schoolteacher, said she does it for the “great Christian fellowship.” Deering said he has marveled about how all the volunteers and other pieces

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According to advertisements published by Guts Church, the event also promoted a bout between a Tulsa police officer and a Tulsa fire fighter. Clinkscale re p o r t e d l y fought in the main bout against a former Oklahoma entire house. And the company’s Tulsa offices will send a contingent of volunteers, too. Each day of construction will use more than 300 volunteers. And while most of them will come from Tulsa, volunteers have signed up from as far away as Indiana, New York and even the United Arab Emirates. “Honestly, it’s been fun to watch all of this coming together,” says Paul Kent, executive director of Tulsa Habitat for Humanity. “People want to help, and when you show them a way to do it, they jump at the chance.”

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Jean Johnson of Chandler is among volunteers working to build Thunderbird Chapel at Camp Gruber, which has gone without a chapel since 1947. Photos by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World

Dr. R. Joe Wilson works among volunteeers building Thunderbird Chapel at Camp Gruber.

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of the construction puzzle have come together. “I don’t know any other way to explain it, other than that God was in it,” he said. He said military personnel need to be physically, mentally and spiritually prepared. “This will be a place where they can come and find peace,” he said. Col. Mike Taylor, chaplain for the Oklahoma National Guard, watches as volunteers work to build Thunderbird Chapel at Camp Gruber.

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State football player. Tulsa Police began an investigation into Clinkscale’s death Oct. 10, Officer Jason Willingham said. The investigation is being conducted by the department’s homicide division, although not because they are considering it a homicide, Willingham said. Any criminal investigation involving a death will involve the homicide division, he In the past, Tulsa’s chapter has been known to build a single house in a week’s time. It even managed to build as many as a dozen new houses in a three-month stretch. But nothing compares to this herculean push to fin-

said. Officials with the state boxing commission conducted an investigation following the event, which they called illegal. However, boxing commission officials also said there may be a loophole in the law that doesn’t directly address penalties against unsanctioned boxing matches — only sanctioned matches. A civil suit would not fall ish 10 homes in barely more than two weeks. “We wanted to do something big enough to make a statement,” Kent says. “This is our way of telling Joplin, ‘You’re going to be OK.’ ” On the other hand, it will

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ded — than the standard 10-ounce size worn by amateur boxers who compete in the Olympic Games. Another fighter at the event, Dwayllen Lyles, told the Tulsa World after the event that Clinkscale looked “very panicked” and “had a worried look on his face,” following the match.

hardly make a scratch on the devastation, replacing less than one-half of 1 percent of the lost homes. Obviously, “Ten for Joplin” isn’t enough, Kent says. And he hopes other Habitat chapters, perhaps in Kansas City

and St. Louis, will be inspired to follow Tulsa’s example. “This is just the beginning of Joplin’s recovery,” he says. “It’s a long way from the end.”

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• Planning began in 2003 on a new engineering facility. BY ANDREW KNITTLE The Oklahoman

GOODWELL — The Oklahoma State University Board of Regents gave its approval Friday to begin the selection process for construction manager who will help design and build a new civil engineering building on the Stillwater campus. Board documents show the old building is “inefficient and inconveniently located for deliveries” and that the engineering department has wanted to replace it for quite some time. Planning for the new engineering building, which will be in the northwest part of the campus, began in March 2003.

The new building would resolve the engineering department’s issues with its old building and provide state-of-the-art facilities for scholarly research in the field. Funding for the project will come from private donations, in-kind contributions and other “legally available funds,” documents show. Regents also officially got the ball rolling on a second building to serve OSU’s Tulsa campuses. The board approved the hiring of an architect to assist OSU officials in designing and building a new academic building to serve OSU-Tulsa and the OSU Center for Health Sciences, both in Tulsa. Proposed because both institutions need an additional building, the new facility will house classrooms, student services amenities and

offices for faculty and staff. It will be on the OSU-Tulsa campus. The Center for Health Sciences is expecting to increase enrollment sharply over the next five years, documents show, so additional classrooms will be needed to accommodate the growing number of students. Medical students will use the facility during the day, while students from the other campus will use it at night. Both campuses will contribute funding for the new building’s design phase, although how the rest will be paid for has yet to be decided, board documents show. Board documents don’t give cost estimates — for either building — or say how large the new facilities will be. It’s also not clear when the projects will be finished. aknittle@opubco.com

Governor removes burn ban, asks for continued caution OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin announced Friday that the governor’s burn ban currently in effect for 14 counties — in the Panhandle, southwestern and southeastern corners of the state — will be lifted effective 1 p.m. Tuesday. According to a news release, the wait allows county commissioners time to assess local conditions and meet to consider the need to implement a burn ban in their county. “With cooler temperatures and higher humidity, we are seeing a lower occurrence of wildfire,” Fallin said in the release. “These factors, combined with recent precipitation across the state, allow the ban to be lifted.” Officials ask people to re-

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater said Friday he has no plans to step aside as the county’s chief prosecutor while the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation looks at allegations of misconduct during his 2006 campaign. “There’s no need for that,” Prater told The Associated Press following revelations that OSBI agents have been questioning private attorneys about a victory party thrown for Prater at an upscale Oklahoma City restaurant on Nov. 20, 2006. Officials said investigators are trying to determine whether the victory party held five years ago was a fundraiser and whether money attorneys spent on it should have been reported as campaign donations. In a written statement issued Thursday, Prater denied wrongdoing and blamed “enemies” for the investigation, which comes as Prater prosecutes two state lawmakers. Prater, a Democrat, defeated incumbent Republican Wes Lane in the 2006 election. “I can’t control what others may say about me or what they may do. I can only control what I do,” Prater said in the statement. “When I prosecute powerful people, I make powerful enemies.” The statement did not specifically name anyone. OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown said Friday that the Attorney General’s Office had requested the investigation. She said the attorney general will decide if any charges should be filed. Prater said he welcomes the investigation and encouraged the agency to make it public when it is complete. Prater’s top assistant, First Assistant District Attorney Scott Rowland, echoed Prater’s plans to remain in charge of the office that has

BY SARA PLUMMER World Staff Writer

A humanitarian trip to South Korea sparked a fire of activism in 17-year-old Nahrie Chung, who is going without food for 24 hours to call attention to the hunger crisis in North Korea. Chung, a senior at Holland Hall, spent her summer working with Durihana International, an organization helping North Korean refugees reach South Korea. She said the stories refugees told about their lives were shocking. “I’ve never heard of such a thing happening today,” she said. Chung returned to Oklahoma and began giving presentations to fellow students to tell them about the hunger crisis in North Korea. “Maybe people would pay attention if some high school students went on a hunger strike,” Chung said. On Saturday, she and about 10 others will fast for 24 hours. Other students will help raise money at the Barnes and Noble location near at 71st Street and Memorial Drive for the One Goat, One Loaf campaign, which sends milk goats to North Korean families as a

Nahrie Chung, a senior at Holland Hall, organized a 24-hour fast to raise awareness and funds for North Korean refugees.  Courtesy

Hunger strike What: 24-hour fast by Holland Hall students to raise awareness and funds for families in North Korea Where: Barnes and Noble, 8620 E. 71st St. When: Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. For more or to donate: Go to tulsaworld.com/project northkorea

source of milk and dairy foods. Chung’s parents are from South Korea. Her father encouraged her to get involved in Durihana International. “They’re very supportive. My mom is going to fast as well,” she said. Chung said she was sur-

prised when other students said they would fast as well. “I wasn’t expecting many to offer to go on the strike,” she said. “One said ‘If North Korean kids can go without food for days surely I can do it for a day.’ ” She knows it’s going to be a challenge, but fasting for 24 hours is a way for people to understand what it must be like to go hungry. “I think it will be a little emotional for me. We’re feeling this hunger at 8 or 9 p.m., kids in North Korea are going two to three days. I can’t even comprehend that,” Chung said. “It’s hard for us to understand ... unless we experience it firsthand ourselves.” Sara Plummer 918-581-8465 sara.plummer@tulsaworld.com

Murder charges dropped in Boynton arson case main cautious with campfires, outdoor cooking, welding and other activities that include an open flame. More than half the state remains classified as D4 for exceptional drought, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor. Tulsa County’s classification is currently D3 for extreme drought.

“Everyone should be weather aware and consider the conditions before they do any activity which could spark a wildfire,” said State Forester George Geissler in the release. For more information on statewide burn bans, visit tulsaworld.com/burnban. — FROM STAFF REPORTS

’06 party for Oklahoma County prosecutor being investigated BY TIM TALLEY

• A firsthand view of refugees’ suffering inspired the fast.

prosecuted some high-profile cases in recent months, including a state representative and a former state senator accused of bribery and a pharmacist convicted of murder although he claimed he acted in self-defense when he shot a teenager to death during an attempted robbery. “That would be absurd to appoint a special prosecutor based upon the allegations of the people you are prosecuting,” Rowland said. He also declined to identify anyone specifically. Brown said there is no set time frame for her agency to deliver the investigation and that statutes of limitation are different for each case. Rules of the Oklahoma Ethics Commission, which enforces campaign finance guidelines, state that any enforcement action by the commission must occur within three years before the date an investigation is

ordered. Prater’s office is currently prosecuting state Rep. Randy Terrill, R-Moore, and former Sen. Debbe Leftwich, D-Oklahoma City, on a bribery charge as well as Oklahoma County District Judge Tammy Bass-LeSure on a fraud charge. Terrill and Leftwich are due at a preliminary hearing Monday that will determine whether they are bound over for trial on felony bribery charges. Prosecutors have alleged that Terrill offered Leftwich an $80,000-a-year job at the state Medical Examiner’s Office in exchange for Leftwich not running for re-election so a House colleague of Terrill’s, Rep. Mike Christian, R-Oklahoma City, could run for the seat. Both deny wrongdoing.

MUSKOGEE — First-degree murder charges were dropped against a Boynton man in district court Friday, but federal officials charged him the same day with making a destructive device in connection with the same incident. Bryan Lee Lynch, 21, is accused of making and throwing a Molotov cocktail into a Boynton residence, causing property damage around midnight on July 11.

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Yes on Prop. 2 Get rid of staggered terms Among the four city ballot questions Tulsa voters will answer on Nov. 8 is one calling for returning City Council terms to two years and having them all expire at the same time. Proposition No. 2 also calls for City Council elections to coincide with the state and federal election cycles in even-numbered years. We believe the proposal is in the city’s best interests and we encourage Tulsans to vote for it. This proposition is one of three that will appear on the right-hand side of the ballot that were placed there through an initiative petition drive conducted by Save Our Tulsa, a group of civic and business leaders who are seeking various changes to the City Charter. Thanks to a charter change approved several years ago by voters who might have been unaware of what the consequences would be, city councilors, starting with this election cycle, will serve three-year, staggered terms. That means only three councilors will be up for election at a time, and City Council elections will be held every year. This new staggered-terms election cycle means Tulsans can never again remove a majority of incumbents in one election. The opportunity to toss out the majority is important, because as history has shown, sometimes a major change in personnel is the best way to change direction. Supporters also point out that forc-

The opportunity to toss out the majority is important, because … sometimes a major change in personnel is the best way to change direction. ing all councilors to run every two years makes them more accountable to voters. Having all elections at the same time also cuts down election costs. Some critics feel that holding municipal elections on the same day as state and federal elections would lead voters to pay less attention to the local races. But it’s more likely the opposite would be true. Voters are more tuned in to campaign messages during state and national elections and might be more likely to take in local messages as well. And, as supporters point out, turnout for local races already is painfully low — usually only about a third of registered voters — so at least this proposed change in the election cycle would hike the turnout for local contests. Critics respond that these voters are more likely to be uninformed, but at least they’re motivated enough to vote, so there’s some hope they have some idea of the candidates and the issues. So let’s vote yes on Proposition No. 2 and restore a little bit more democracy to the City Council.

Hurry City Council continues to stir the pot The political posturing, micromanaging and childish tantrums can’t end soon enough. Tulsa has only a few weeks remaining in this City Council’s term. Good. The latest manifestation of sorry government came Thursday when the council continued to tinker with the new trash contract process. This is a difficult and often confusing process that the council insists making even more confusing and convoluted. Even for those who keep up on the goings-on at City Hall, this is a tough issue to follow. Thursday, the council decided to amend city regulations for the service. Of course, the trash board, Tulsa Agency for the Recovery of Energy, is in the middle of sorting out bids on the new trash service. After reading all the suggestions and possible changes, a person of average intelligence is left asking: “Who’s on first?” This is a continuation of a snit between the councilors and Mayor Dewey Bartlett over the trash contracts and the TARE board. The council had earlier voted to strip the trash board of its contracting ability. That was vetoed by Bartlett. Now, Councilor Rick Westcott, who did not seek re-election, wants to give the council the power to decide how trash is managed ranging from the type of carts to the type of vehicles used. No doubt, the actions by the TARE board have been controversial, but

its members insist that they have followed all laws. Some councilors say that the regulations set up by TARE did not allow a level playing field for all bidders, especially the local haulers, TRI, who have had the contract for 30 years. However, the low bidder was NewSolutions, a group of local haulers that broke off from TRI. So, councilors, how was the playing field not level? The City Council has opposed the trash board’s recommendations concerning the new trash contract. The new system is likely to end the twice-a-week pickup system and go to a once-a-week system with trash carts. One cart would be for refuse and a second for recyclables. It seems a little late in the game for the council to start changing the rules. It also is disingenuous of councilors to allow Tulsans to believe that they can maintain their current trash service at current prices. What they won’t tell their constituents is that no matter who hauls the trash and how many times a week they do it, the price is going up. The city has been subsidizing trash rates for years. That is going to end. At least seven of the current nine councilors will not return. That, however, doesn’t stop them from continuing to stir the pot at City Hall. Tulsa will have a new council by the end of the year. This is like a kid waiting for Christmas. Hurry, please.

LETTERS Do research R. L. Howard (“Another fiasco,” Oct. 4) is entitled to his opinion, but he should at least think about what he is saying and quit drinking the “Kool-aid.” I was not a Bush fan but to blame him for the economy is ludicrous. The problem we are facing started way back in the years of President Jimmy Carter. The mortgage companies made their own decisions to finance home mortgages the way they did — not Bush. You say Bush was the “unelected president” for eight years. Does that mean the elections of 2004 didn’t take place? Do you realize that if Al Gore had won his own state of Tennessee (in 2000), he would have been president? Do I agree with Afghanistan? Yes. Do I agree with Iraq? An emphatic no. All I am saying is, whether you are a Republican or Democrat, quit listening to extremists on both sides and make up your own mind based on your own research. David Haas, Tulsa

Teen center needed As I grew up in Tulsa, I noticed there was a lack of places to go and activities for teens to do. Yes, there is the mall and various parks, but something is missing. I would like to suggest a teen community center, like some other states have. The center could include a basketball court outside, maybe a pool, a Ping-Pong table, some activity rooms, possibly a gymnasium, a pool table, and some comfy couches around a television where teens could relax and get to know others. The center also could include a teen outreach program, which would include teens who have gone through traumatic or difficult times in their lives as others have gone through. I think this could really be a good potential support system for many teens, and it would create awareness that we are not alone. The teen center could provide volunteer opportunities. I attended Bishop Kelley High School. We were required to de-

tion. They toss out the race card. George A. Shannon did just that in his letter (“Have you wondered?” Oct. 20). Shannon doesn’t realize that most Americans have caught on to the fact that the race card was just a weapon that liberals used to shut up conservatives. It worked in the past but it doesn’t work anymore. Someone wrote a book about it once. I think it was called Senseless slaughter “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” or something like that. I was deeply saddened by the I’m sorry, Mr. Shannon, but needless massacre of 47 animals your race card is maxed out and abandoned in Zanesville, Ohio. over the limit. I am rejecting it. These precious lives represent Henry Murphy, Tulsa only a fraction of the 300 cows, pigs, and other innocent sentient animals butchered for our dinner Who’s to blame table every second of every minOur unemployment problem ute of every hour of every day. That’s 10 billion animals per year. is caused by companies forced Unlike those in Zanesville, ani- overseas because of the high lamals raised for food have no life bor costs, pension plans and rebefore death. From birth, they tirement and medical care in the are caged and crowded, deprived U.S. Another factor is mortgage and drugged, manhandled and brokers selling houses to peomutilated. Undercover investigations ple who could not afford them. have shown male baby chicks When the loan requirements suffocated in plastic garbage bags went back to normal, we had a or ground to death. The females glut of housing. A lot of people refinanced their are crammed for life in tiny wiremesh cages that tear out their homes, sometimes two or three feathers. Pregnant sows are times a year, getting lower intercaged for years, unable to turn est rates and cash for continually rising values. When that gravy around. At the slaughterhouse, animals train stopped, so did the “cash may be dismembered, skinned, out” refinances. Consumer spending, of course, scalded, and drowned while fully conscious. Nearly 10 percent die dropped like a rock and the number of people who became “unof injuries and diseases. For folks who share my sadness derwater” on their mortgages at the recent Zanesville massa- increased dramatically. You can blame the houscre, a vegan diet offers the only effective path to a guilt-free con- ing mess on Sen. Chris Dodd, science. There’s no extra charge Rep. Barney Frank and Franklin for the associated health and Raines, head of Fannie Mae. J.W. Raymon, Skiatook environmental benefits. Visiting LiveVegan.org, or typing “vegan recipes” into a search engine is a Devastating great start. Tristan Mortensen, Tulsa The super committee shouldn’t No dice be cutting your hard-earned Medicare and Social Security Those poor liberals. They don’t benefits to fix the nation’s deficit. have a good response about why Cutting Social Security benPresident Barack Obama is so efits would be devastating to disliked. So what are good liber- seniors and middle-class Amerials to do when they have run out cans who rely on those benefits of arguments? Of course we all to make ends meet. know the answer to that quesJames Naufel, Broken Arrow vote 25 service hours per year to our community. Volunteering could help teens realize how much need there is in Tulsa, and nationwide. Service opportunities also help us to use our time wisely instead of wasting it watching television or just spending hours on the computer. Jessica Palastak, Tulsa

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Gadhafi: Caught in ‘Libyan crossfire’ WASHINGTON — You’ve got your Mexican standoff, your Russian roulette, your Chinese water torture. And now, your Libyan crossfire. That’s when a pistol is applied to the head and a bullet crosses from one temple to the other. That’s apparently what happened to Moammar Gadhafi after he was captured by Libyan rebels — died in a “crossfire,” explains Libya’s new government. This has greatly agitated ACLU types, morally unemployed ever since a Democratic administration declared Guantanamo humane. The indignation has spread to human rights groups and Western governments, deeply concerned about the manner of Gadhafi’s demise. Let’s begin at the beginning. Early in the revolution, Gadhafi could have had due process. Indeed, he could have had something better: asylum (in Nicaragua, for example) with a free pass for his crimes. If he stepped down, thereby avoiding the subsequent civil war that killed thousands of his countrymen, he could have enjoyed a nice fat retire-

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ment, like that of Idi Amin in Saudi Arabia. Like Amin, Gadhafi would not have deserved a single day of untroubled repose. Such an outcome would itself have been a gross violation of justice, as he’d have gone unpunished for his uncountable crimes. But it would have spared his country much bloodshed and suffering. Such compromises are fully justified and rather common. They are, for example, the essence of the various truth and reconciliation commissions in countries transitioning from authoritarianism to democracy. In post-Pinochet Chile and post-apartheid South Africa, it was decided that full justice —

punishing the guilty — would be sacrificed in order to preserve the fragile social peace of the new democracy. The former oppressors having agreed to a peaceful relinquishing of power, full justice might have ignited renewed civil strife. Therefore, these infant democracies settled for mere truth: a meticulous accounting of the crimes of the previous regime. In return for truthful testimony, perpetrators were given amnesty. Under the normal rule of law, truth is only a means for achieving justice, not an end in itself. The real end is determining guilt and assigning punishment. But in war and revolution one cannot have everything. Justice might threaten peace. Therefore peace trumps full justice. Gadhafi could have had such a peace-over-justice compromise. He chose instead to fight to the death. He got what he chose. That fateful decision to fight — and kill — is the prism through which to judge the cruel treatment

Gadhafi received in his last hours. It is his refusal to forgo those final crimes, those final shellings of civilians, those final executions of prisoners that justifies his rotten death. He could have taken a de facto amnesty for all his previous crimes, from Pan Am 103 to the 1996 massacre of 1,200 inmates at Tripoli’s Abu Salim prison. To reject that option and proceed to create an entirely new catalog of crimes — for that there is no forgiveness. For that you are sentenced to die by “crossfire.” So he was killed by his captors. Big deal. So was Mussolini. So were the Ceausescus. They deserved far worse. As did Gadhafi. In a world of perfect justice, this Caligula should have suffered far more, far longer. He inflicted unimaginable suffering upon thousands. What did he suffer? Perhaps an hour of torment and a shot through the head. By any standard of cosmic justice, that’s mercy. Moreover, Gadhafi’s sorry end has one major virtue: deterrence.

You are a murderous dictator with a rebellion on your hands. You have a choice. Relinquish power and spare your country further agony, and you can then live out your days like Amin — or like a more contemporary Saudi guest, Tunisia’s Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. Otherwise, you die like Gadhafi, dragged from a stinking sewer pipe, abused, taunted and shot. It’s not pretty. But it’s a precedent. And a salutary one. One that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, for example, might contemplate. Continue to fight and kill, and expect thereafter no belated offers of asylum — not even the due process of a long talky judicial proceeding in The Hague with a nice comfy cell, three meals a day and the consoling certainty that your captors practice none of your specialties: torture and summary execution. Call it the Gadhafi Rule: Give it up and go, or one day find death by “Libyan crossfire.” Followed by a Libyan state funeral. That’s when you lie on public view for four days, half-naked in a meat locker.


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What made Steve Jobs who he was? WASHINGTON — It was not in Steve Jobs’ nature to nurture. But it is impossible to read the story of Jobs’ life without pondering the relative roles of nature and nurture. Would this mesmerizing, infuriating man have gone on to found Apple had he been raised by his biological parents, or adopted by different parents, or raised in a different place than Silicon Valley on the cusp of the computer age? What unknowable alchemy of genes and upbringing turned Steve Jobs into Steve Jobs? Walter Isaacson’s new biography of Jobs wisely does not attempt a definitive answer. But the contrapuntal themes of nature and nurture resonate in the fascinating narrative. Jobs’ biological parents were political-science graduate students who later married and had another child who grew up to be the novelist Mona Simpson. It hardly seems coincidence that the same gene pool produced two artists of a different sort. Jobs himself changed sides on the nature/nurture debate after meeting his biological sister when he was 27.

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“I used to be way over on the nurture side, but I’ve swung way over to the nature side,’’ he told The New York Times in 1997. “And it’s because of Mona and having kids. My daughter is 14 months old, and it’s already pretty clear what her personality is.’’ No parent of more than one child can be under any illusion about the degree to which aspects of personality and intellect are hard-wired in their offspring — undeniable echoes of parental traits. Jobs’ biological mother was determined that her child be assured a college education, to the extent that, when she discovered her infant had been placed with a high-school dropout, rather than the designated

The Vatican meets the occupiers WASHINGTON — Will we soon see a distinguishedlooking older man in long white robes walking among the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators in New York’s Zuccotti Park? Is Pope Benedict XVI joining the protest movement? Well, yes, and no. Yes, the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace issued a strong and thoughtful critique of the global financial system this week that paralleled many of the criticisms of unchecked capitalism that are echoing through lower Manhattan and cities around the world. The report spoke of “the primacy of being over having,” of “ethics over the economy,” and of “embracing the logic of the global common good.” In a knock against those who oppose government economic regulation, the council emphasized “the primacy of politics — which is responsible for the common good — over the economy and finance.” It commented favorably on a financial transactions tax and supported an international authority to oversee the global economy. But Vatican officials were careful to say that their report was not a direct response to the worldwide demonstrations. “It is a coincidence that we share some views,” said Bishop Mario Toso, secretary of the council. “But after all, these are proposals that are based on reasonableness.” Indeed, and that may be a larger compliment to the “99 percent” activists. This document got more attention than it might have because the demonstrators have heightened concern about the problems it addresses. Moreover, the Vatican office’s intervention shows that those protesting against a broken and unjust financial system are not expressing some marginal point of view. They are highlighting worries shared by many, including the Roman Catholic Church. To challenge what the global markets have wrought is not extreme. It reflects, as Bishop Toso said, “reasonableness.” Needless to say, Catholic conservatives were not happy with the document and did all they could to minimize its importance. George Weigel, the conservative Catholic writer, took to National Review’s blog to denigrate the Pontifical Council as “a rather small office in the Roman Curia” and to insist that its document “doesn’t speak for the pope, it doesn’t speak for ‘the Vatican,’ and it doesn’t speak for the Catholic Church.” Oh really? Then for whom does it speak? Weigel wasn’t done. “This brief document from the lower echelons of the Roman Curia no more aligns ‘the Vatican,’ the pope, or the Catholic Church with

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Occupy Wall Street than does the Nicene Creed,” he wrote. “Those who suggest it does are either grossly illinformed or tendentious to a point of irresponsibility.” My, my. It is always entertaining for those of us who are liberal Catholics to watch our conservative Catholic friends try to wriggle around the fact that on the matters of social justice and the economy, Catholic social teaching is, by any measure, “progressive.” Conservatives regularly condemn liberal “Cafeteria Catholics” who pick and choose among the church’s teachings. But the conservatives so often skip the parts of the moral buffet involving peace, social justice and what Pope John Paul II called the “idolatry of the market.” As it happens, the Pontifical Council is no mere “small office.” It has been a pioneer over the years in Catholic thinking about solidarity and justice. And this document is firmly rooted in papal teaching going back to Popes John XXIII, Paul VI and John Paul II. Pope Benedict’s 2009 encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, spoke explicitly of the need for a global political authority to keep watch on an increasingly integrated world economy. Inside-the-church politics aside, the Pontifical Council’s document is important because it reflects an ethical approach to economics shared well beyond Catholic circles. In particular, the council grapples intelligently with the problem of how the economy can be subject to reasonable rules when the nation-states that once enforced such regulations have less and less power, given how swiftly and easily capital moves. The document describes the benefits of globalization as well as its costs, and it does not pretend that establishing transnational structures will be easy. It addresses the importance of “democratic legitimacy” and speaks of “shared government,” rather than some top-down world authority. “We should not be afraid to propose new ideas, even if they might destabilize preexisting balances of power that prevail over the weakest,” the document declares. “They are a seed thrown to the ground that will sprout and hurry towards bearing fruit.” Let’s hope so. If our religious leaders won’t challenge us to love mercy and do justice, who will?

lawyer and his wife, she balked. She relented only when Jobs’ adoptive parents agreed to sign a pledge to provide for his college education. It takes no great leap to trace a line from the ferocity of a 23-year-old unwed mother to Jobs’ own obstinacy. Yet Isaacson’s biography is studded with nuggets for nurture advocates. Any number of Jobs’ friends ascribe his prickliness and drive to a sense of abandonment. Being given up by his birth parents left Jobs “full of broken glass,” said the mother of the daughter Jobs essentially abandoned during her early years. Jobs rejected this assessment — but substituted a different interpretation. “Knowing I was adopted may have made me feel more independent, but I have never felt abandoned,” he told Isaacson. “I’ve always felt special. My parents made me feel special.” Indeed, the accident of Jobs’ adoptive parents — the initial couple, a lawyer and his wife, decided at the last minute that they’d prefer a girl — represented a fortuitous match that

seemed to mesh perfectly with Jobs’ innate personality. Would the original couple, more attuned to traditional measures of success, have been as flexible and indulgent as were Paul and Clara Jobs with their unusually precocious — and unusually willful — son? “If you cannot keep him interested, it’s your fault,” Paul Jobs told exasperated teachers at his son’s elementary school. Then there are the twin influences of Jobs’ machinist father and the Silicon Valley setting. Paul Jobs did not entirely succeed in passing on his love of mechanics and cars, but he instilled an appreciation for elegant design. Showing Isaacson a fence that his father had built 50 years earlier, Jobs recalled how his father had stressed the importance of crafting “the backs of fences and cabinets properly, even though they were hidden. ‘He loved doing things right. He even cared about the look of the parts you couldn’t see.’ ” That perfectionism had its echo

in Jobs’ control-freak obsession over the most minor details of Apple products. Finally, would Jobs have been Jobs without having grown up in Silicon Valley during the birth of the high-tech industry? “What made the neighborhood different from the thousands of other spindly-tree subdivisions across America was that even the ne’er-do-wells tended to be engineers,” Isaacson writes. The engineer down the street taught Jobs about electronics and steered him to the Hewlett-Packard Explorers Club, where Jobs heard lectures from the company’s engineers about their cutting-edge work and saw his first computer. When Jobs needed a part for an electronics project, he looked up Bill Hewlett’s phone number, called the CEO and ended up with a summer job. Each of us is the unpredictable product of heredity and environment. So was Jobs — a man, as Isaacson compellingly describes him, both more flawed and more special than most.

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BAYLOR AT NO. 3 OSU ••K-State•and•Texas• Tech•also•will•present• 2:30 p.m. Saturday • Pickens Stadium unexpected•challenges. TV: KTUL-8 • Radio: KFAQ am1170 BY BILL HAISTEN

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STILLWATER•—•The•first•seven• dates• on• the• Oklahoma• State• football• schedule• included• trips• to• Texas• A&M,• Texas• and• Missouri. The• Cowboys• emerged• unscathed• and• in• possession• of• the• No.•3•position•in•the•Bowl•Championship•Series•rankings. But• when• examining• the• OSU• schedule• a• few• months• ago,• did• anyone• envision• this• set• of• circumstances•in•late•October?•That• Baylor’s•Robert•Griffin•III•would• lead• the• nation• in• passing• efficiency?• That• the• Bears• would• be• No.•2•nationally•—•ahead•of•OSU•

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—•in•total•offense? That•Kansas•State•would•be•undefeated•and•No.•8•in•the•BCS? Or•that•Texas•Tech•would•have• beaten•Oklahoma•in•Norman? There• is• no• lull• in• the• OSU• schedule.• After• hosting• Baylor• in• Saturday’s• 2:30• p.m.,• ABCtelevised• homecoming• contest• at• Boone•Pickens•Stadium,•the•CowSEE OSU B10

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N A RARE occurrence, college football’s top individual and team trophies will both be in Oklahoma this weekend. So will the only Big 12 Conference player who still has an outside chance to win them both. Granted, the odds are against Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden pulling off the difficult double of winning the Heisman Trophy and leading his team to the BCS national championship. Officials of both trophies take the hardware to campuses throughout the season, giving fans a chance to see them. The $30,000 crystal football

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that goes to the BCS champion will be on display in Stillwater Saturday as OSU hosts Baylor. The iconic Heisman Trophy, meanwhile, can be viewed at Tulsa before the Golden Hurricane plays Southern Methodist. Oklahoma is the state’s only SEE SITTLER B2

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ANHATTAN, Kan. — Kansas State is a team that seems to have done just about everything right this season. Oklahoma, at least for the last two weeks, is on the other end of that spectrum. Whatever could go wrong for the Sooners last week against Texas Tech — and to a far lesser extent, the week before at Kansas — did go wrong. The 11th-ranked Sooners (6-1 overall, 3-1 Big 12 Conference) and 10th-ranked Wildcats (7-0, 4-0) meet Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. A K-State victory would legitimize all the positive results so far for the Wildcats, all the close wins, all the meticulous attention to detail, all the effort, all the fundamentals. Despite its better record and higher ranking and playing at home, Kansas State is a 13-point underdog. SEE OU B11

Tulsa enjoyed its season-ending, sevengame winning streak and No. 24 ranking in last year’s final Associated Press poll. SMU AT TU But the 2010 campaign 2:30 p.m. Saturday had one big blemish on it that the team cannot forget. Chapman Stadium It could be a motivating facTV: FSOK-27 tor during Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. homecoming game Radio: KRMG against SMU. am740, fm102.3 The Golden Hurricane dropped a 21-18 decision to the host Mustangs. TU had For more its season-low for points, Notebook >>> saw two field goal attempts Three storylines blocked and dropped pass>>> Key matchup es on vertical shots. >>> Starting The loss kept the Hurlineups. B9 ricane out of its third Conference USA championship game in four years as the Mustangs owned the league tiebreaker and advanced to the league’s SEE TU B9

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WORLD’S WEEKLY

PICKS

Eric Bailey

Mike Brown

Guerin Emig

Bill Haisten

John E. Hoover

John Klein

Michael Peters

Dave Sittler

Jimmie Tramel

The Picker

Baylor at Oklahoma State (-16.5)

OSU 48-28

OSU 55-29

OSU 52-31

OSU 51-30

OSU 55-37

OSU 42-24

OSU 50-30

OSU 59-28

OSU 41-36

Consensus

PICKS SU

ATS

OSU 38-21

OSU

OSU

Tulsa 24-20

Tulsa 35-31

SMU 48-41

Tulsa 34-30

SMU 44-34

Tulsa 35-3

SMU 35-34

Tulsa 33-21

SMU 30-27

Tulsa 27-20

TU

TU

Oklahoma 31-28

Oklahoma 35-27

Oklahoma 34-16

Oklahoma 38-20

Oklahoma 33-28

Oklahoma 35-24

Oklahoma 35-28

K-State 31-24

Oklahoma 32-27

Oklahoma 31-13

OU

KSU

Georgia Tech 38-31

Clemson 35-28

Clemson 30-24

Clemson 31-24

Georgia Tech 28-24

Clemson 28-10

Clemson 30-20

Clemson 35-27

Clemson 33-32

Clemson 35-27

Cle

Cle

Michigan St. at Nebraska (-4.5) Michigan St. 30-24

Nebraska 24-21

Nebraska 10-7

Michigan St. 24-23

Michigan St. 23-19

Michigan St. 28-24

Michigan St. 35-28

Michigan St. 3-0

Michigan St. 27-26

Nebraska 27-20

MS

MS Stan

SMU at Tulsa (-3.5) OU (-14.5) at Kansas State Clemson (-4.5) at Georgia Tech

USC 38-34

Stanford 38-25

Stanford 28-20

Stanford 28-27

Stanford 41-31

Stanford 35-20

Stanford 40-21

Stanford 45-29

Stanford 36-22

Stanford 30-20

Stan

Arkansas (-10.5) at Vanderbilt

Arkansas 44-31

Arkansas 31-21

Arkansas 28-13

Arkansas 42-21

Arkansas 34-20

Arkansas 28-14

Arkansas 30-14

Arkansas 41-16

Arkansas 30-24

Arkansas 27-16

Ark.

Ark.

Georgia (-4.5) vs. Florida

Georgia 30-28

Georgia 24-20

Florida 21-20

Georgia 23-17

Georgia 14-9

Georgia 28-20

Georgia 28-21

Georgia 20-10

Georgia 26-24

Georgia 24-21

Ga.

None

Wisconsin (-7.5) at Ohio State

Wisconsin 28-17

Wisconsin 28-21

Wisconsin 9-3

Wisconsin 30-20

Wisconsin 43-28

Wisconsin 28-10

Wisconsin 28-14

Wisconsin 48-12

Wisconsin 32-19

Wisconsin 21-20

Wis.

Wis.

Texas A&M (-11.5) vs. Missouri

Texas A&M 41-24

Texas A&M 32-28

Texas A&M 41-27

Texas A&M 35-27

Texas A&M 51-38

Texas A&M 28-21

Texas A&M 45-30

Texas A&M 12-0

Texas A&M 32-30

Texas A&M 30-17

A&M A&M

7-3 (.700) 7-3 (.700) 64-16 (.800) 41-39 (.513)

7-3 (.700) 7-3 (.700) 64-16 (.800) 48-32 (.600)

6-4 (.600) 6-4 (.600) 62-18 (.775) 45-35 (.563)

7-3 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 59-21 (.738) 47-33 (.588)

7-3 (.700) 4-6 (.400) 63-17 (.786) 35-45 (.438)

7-3 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 65-15 (.813) 36-44 (.450)

7-3 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 61-19 (.763) 45-35 (.563)

7-3 (.700) 5-5 (.500) 55-25 (.686) 32-48 (.400)

7-3 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 57-23 (.713) 35-45 (.438)

7-3 (.700) 4-6 (.400) 64-16 (.800) 44-36 (.550)

7-3 (.700) 6-4 (.600) 64-16 (.800) 46-34 (.575)

Stanford (-9.5) at USC

Previous week straight up Previous week against spread Season straight up Season against spread

Consensus picks are selecting the game’s winner straight up (SU) and picking winners against the point spread (ATS). * The Picker’s pick is used to break ties for consensus picks.

Johnson hints at breakout season

STANDINGS

•• BIG 12 North

School Kansas St. Oklahoma St. Oklahoma Texas A&M Texas Tech Baylor Texas Missouri Iowa St. Kansas

Conference W L PF 4 0 160 4 0 183 3 1 178 3 1 162 2 2 160 1 2 112 1 2 80 1 3 121 0 4 74 0 4 100

LAST SATURDAY Kansas St. 59, Kansas 21 OSU 45, Missouri 24 Texas A&M 33, Iowa St. 17 Texas Tech 41, Oklahoma 38

PA 107 107 103 115 158 117 107 124 171 221

Overall W L PF 7 0 235 7 0 340 6 1 310 5 2 283 5 2 304 4 2 266 4 2 180 3 4 237 3 4 162 2 5 211

PA 138 188 136 178 215 196 152 167 251 353

SATURDAY’S GAMES Missouri at Tx A&M, 11 a.m. Baylor at OSU, 2:30 p.m. OU at K-State, 2:30 p.m. ISU at Texas Tech, 6 p.m. Kansas at Texas, 6 p.m.

•• CONFERENCE USA East

School W Southern Miss. 2 East Carolina 2 Marshall 2 UCF 1 Memphis 1 UAB 1

•West Houston Tulsa SMU UTEP Rice Tulane

Conference L PF PA 1 95 53 1 66 96 2 84 119 2 57 70 3 56 122 3 79 138

4 3 3 1 1 1

0 0 1 2 4 3

241 106 111 103 126 76

LAST THURSDAY UAB 26, Central Florida 24 LAST SATURDAY Memphis 33, Tulane 17 East Carolina 38, Navy 35 Houston 63, Marshall 28 Tulsa 38, Rice 20 UTEP 31, Colorado St. 17 Southern Miss. 27, SMU 3

107 43 61 84 189 118

W 6 3 3 3 2 1

L 1 4 5 4 6 6

Overall PF PA 259 135 171 239 131 240 176 114 131 272 105 222

8 4 5 4 2 2

0 3 2 3 6 6

418 215 205 205 190 190

198 214 147 187 281 281

THURSDAY’S GAME Houston 73, Rice 34 SATURDAY’S GAMES UAB at Marshall, 11 a.m. Tulane at E. Car., 2:30 p.m. SMU at Tulsa, 2:30 p.m. Memphis at UCF, 3 p.m. So. Miss. at UTEP, 7 p.m.

•• SEC

School W South Carolina 4 Georgia 4 Florida 2 Vanderbilt 1 Kentucky 0 Tennessee 0 Alabama LSU Arkansas Auburn Mississippi St Mississippi

N0. 8 ARKANSAS AT VANDERBILT

BY KURT VOIGT

Vanderbilt Stadium, Nashville, Tenn. 11:21 a.m. Saturday TV:•KGEB-23/53 Radio: KCFO am970

FAYETTEVILLE,• Ark.• —• Knile• Davis• carried• Arkansas• to• its• first• BCS•bowl•game•last•season. The• running• back’s• breakout• performance• in• the• second• half• of• the• season• directly• coincided• with• a• six-game• winning• streak• that• propelled• the• Razorbacks• into• the• Sugar•Bowl. No.• 8• Arkansas• (6-1,• 2-1• Southeastern• Conference)• has• struggled• with•the•running•game•this•season• following•Davis’•season-ending•ankle• injury• in• the• preseason.• However,• the• Razorbacks• are• hopeful• junior• Dennis• Johnson’s• careerbest•160•yards•rushing•in•a•win•over• Mississippi• last• week• might• provide• the• springboard• for• a• Davislike•finish•to•the•season. And• in• turn• help• book• a• return• BCS•trip. Arkansas,• which• visits• Vanderbilt• (4-3,• 1-3)• on• Saturday,• leads• the•SEC•in•total•offense•with•462.1• yards•per•game.•Only•140.3•yards•of• that•comes•on•the•ground,•though.•

That’s• 10th• in• the• league,• and• includes• a• 19-carry,• 17-yard• rushing• performance•as•a•team•in•a•loss•to• No.•2•Alabama•on•Sept.•24. Against• Ole• Miss,• Arkansas• fell• behind•17-0•early. Enter•Johnson•—•whose•52-yard• touchdown• run• late• in• the• first• half• trimmed• the• Ole• Miss• lead• to• 17-7• and• also• provided• a• signature•

moment• for• Johnson’s• career• day,• which•came•on•just•15•carries. Arkansas•ran•for•206•yards•in•the• 29-24•win. “He•got•hot•out•there,”•Arkansas• offensive• coordinator• Garrick• McGee•said.•“He•was•feeling•good.•He• had• a• good• look• in• his• eye• in• pregame.” Johnson• entered• the• season• as• the• SEC’s• active• leader• for• career• kickoff• return• yards• and• total• return• yards• with• 2,014,• but• was• often• lost• in• the• running-back-bycommittee• approach• preferred• by• coach•Bobby•Petrino. Johnson• averaged• 5.1• yards• per• carry• as• a• freshman• and• 6.5• as• a• sophomore•in•limited•attempts. Last• year• a• bowel• injury• in• the• second• game• against• LouisianaMonroe•ended•his•season.• A•hamstring•injury•kept•him•out• of• the• first• two• games• this• year.• The• back-to-back• injuries• led• to• concerns• about• how• the• 5-foot-9,• 213-pounder• could• hold• up• to• the•

for the 2:30 p.m. contest remains a leading Heisman contender even though Baylor has lost twice. Robert Griffin III, the Bears’ redshirt junior, is either third or fourth in most Heisman polls, which all have Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck as the clear frontrunner. OSU’s defense could obviously help Weeden on Saturday by finding a way to shut down Griffin. And the Cowboys must win out if the school is to capture its second Heisman and first national title. That’s the general opinion of sportswriters from New York to Los Angeles who cover the national college football scene. “After seeing Weeden last week (at Mizzou), I was pretty dazzled,” said Vahe Gregorian of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “I’m not really sure why he isn’t getting more attention, but I do think if OSU keeps winning he’ll gather a lot of momentum when it counts.” Heisman ballots go out next week. The voting deadline is Dec. 5, two days after OSU completes the regular season in the Bedlam battle. “If (Weeden) has a big day against OU,” Gregorian said, “I’d be stunned if he isn’t a finalist.” The Heisman committee generally invites the top three or four candidates to New York City for the announcement, which is scheduled this year for Dec. 10. Because Luck has dominated the mock polls, Weeden knows his chances are slim. But he acknowl-

edged his interest in at least being a finalist. “It would be pretty special to win it,” Weeden said. “But even if I’m able to go to New York would mean we’ve won a lot of games as a team.” OSU apparently needs to finish 12-0 and earn a first-ever spot in the BCS championship game if Weeden is to have any hope of at least visiting the Big Apple. “Weeden has put up some eyepopping numbers,” said New York Daily News writer Dick Weiss. “The guy may be getting hurt by the fact he plays in the same league with two exceptional quarterbacks — Landry Jones and Robert Griffin III — who have been grabbing a lot of national headlines.” Griffin, nicknamed “RGIII”, has been exceptional for Baylor (4-2, 1-2). He leads the nation in passing efficiency, throwing for 22 touchdowns and 1,950 yards with only two interceptions. Weeden leads Griffin in passing yards, ranking third nationally with 2,436. He has 19 TD passes and had seven picked off. But his most important number is the “0” in OSU’s loss column. “It’s never too late to into the Heisman race,” said Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star. “Weeden’s going to get plenty of high-profile opportunities down the stretch, starting (with Baylor). “His problem isn’t an OSU thing, it’s a Big 12 thing — too many good (quarterbacks) make it difficult to even guess at first-team All-Big 12

Associated Press

SITTLER FROM B1

East

•West

••Razorback’s•show•at• Ole•Miss•is•remindful•• of•Knile•Davis’•legacy.•

Conference L PF PA 1 147 76 1 146 108 3 108 129 3 61 95 3 20 137 4 48 128

W 6 5 4 4 3 3

L 1 2 3 3 4 4

Overall PF PA 227 134 226 143 188 132 174 151 116 191 176 177

0 199 37 0 178 41 1 81 76 2 98 136 4 62 98 4 51 138

8 8 6 5 3 2

0 0 1 3 4 5

315 314 264 194 168 144

5 5 2 3 0 0

LAST SATURDAY Kentucky 38, Jcksnvlle St. 14 Arkansas 29, Mississippi 24 LSU 45, Auburn 10 Vanderbilt 44, Army 21 Alabama 37, Tennessee 6

55 92 152 226 135 204

SATURDAY’S GAMES Arkansas at Vandy, 11:20 a.m. * Florida vs. Georgia, 2:30 p.m. Miss. at Auburn, 6 p.m. Miss. St. at Kentucky, 6 p.m. S. Car. at Tennessee, 6:15 p.m. * at Jacksonville, Fla.

•• AP TOP 25

Schedule and results for AP Top 25 teams:

Matchup• TV• Time No. 1 LSU does not play this week No. 2 Alabama does not play this week No. 3 Oklahoma State vs. Baylor KTUL-8 2:30 p.m. No. 4 Stanford at No. 20 Southern Cal KTUL-8 7 p.m. No. 5 Boise State does not play this week No. 6 Clemson at Georgia Tech 7 p.m. No. 7 Oregon vs. Washington State FSP-68 2 p.m. No. 8 Arkansas at Vanderbilt KGEB-23/53 11:21 a.m. No. 9 Michigan State at No. 13 Nebraska ESPN-25 11 a.m. No. 10 Kansas State vs. No. 11 Oklahoma ESPN-25 2:30 p.m. No. 11 Oklahoma at No. 10 Kansas State ESPN-25 2:30 p.m. No. 12 Wisconsin at Ohio State ESPN-25 7 p.m. No. 13 Nebraska vs. No. 9 Michigan State ESPN-25 11 a.m. No. 14 South Carolina at Tennessee ESPN2-26 6:15 p.m. No. 15 Virginia Tech at Duke KWHB-7/47 11:30 a.m. No. 16 Texas A&M vs. Missouri FX-35 11 a.m. No. 17 Michigan vs. Purdue ESPN2-26 11 a.m. No. 18 Houston vs. Rice 7 p.m. (THURSDAY) No. 19 Texas Tech vs. Iowa State FSOK-27 6 p.m. No. 20 Southern Cal vs. No. 4 Stanford KTUL-8 7 p.m. No. 21 Penn State vs. Illinois ESPN2-26 2:30 p.m. No. 22 Georgia vs. Florida KOTV-6 2:30 p.m. No. 23 Arizona State vs. Colorado 5:30 p.m. No. 24 Cincinnati does not play this week No. 25 West Virginia at Rutgers 2:30 p.m.

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school to have both awards in its trophy case. The Sooners have won seven national championships and produced five Heisman winners. Running back Barry Sanders put OSU in the Heisman family when he won it in 1988. Both trophies were in the preseason crosshairs of four Bedlam Brothers. But last week’s stunning loss to Texas Tech probably knocked OU out of the BCS title race and didn’t help the Heisman hopes of quarterback Landry Jones and wide receiver Ryan Broyles. OSU wide receiver Justin Blackmon also has been in the Heisman discussion. But an injury at Missouri cost Blackmon the opportunity to pile up the type of statistics Heisman voters want to see. So that leaves Weeden. And even though the OSU senior has directed the undefeated Cowboys (7-0, 4-0 Big 12) to the No. 3 spot in the BCS rankings, critics apparently think his shot at the Heisman is about as long as the Pokes’ national-title run. Weeden’s impressive numbers, which include leading OSU to four critical road wins, hasn’t generated much attention for the 28-yearold former professional baseball pitcher. In fact, the opposing quarterback at Boone Pickens Stadium

Arkansas•running•back•Dennis•Johnson•ran•for•160•yards•last• week.• ROGELIO V. SOLIS/Associated Press

ȕ• SOUTHWEST TCU 38, BYU 28

SATURDAY ȕ• EAST Lehigh (6-1) at Colgate (4-4), 11 a.m. Yale (3-3) at Columbia (0-6), 11 a.m. Drake (6-2) at Marist (3-5), 11 a.m. Rhode Island (2-5) at New Hampshire (5-2), 11 a.m. Penn (4-2) at Brown (5-1), 11:30 a.m. Georgetown (6-2) at Holy Cross (4-3), Noon Cornell (2-4) at Princeton (1-5), Noon Fordham (1-6) at Army (2-5), 2:30 p.m. Illinois (6-2) at Penn St. (7-1), 2:30 p.m. West Virginia (5-2) at Rutgers (5-2), 2:30 p.m. Maine (6-1) at Villanova (1-7), 2:30 p.m. Dartmouth (2-4) at Harvard (5-1), 5 p.m.

ȕ• SOUTH NC State (4-3) at Florida St. (4-3), 11 a.m. Syracuse (5-2) at Louisville (3-4), 11 a.m. UAB (1-6) at Marshall (3-5), 11 a.m. James Madison (5-2) at Old Dominion (6-2), 11 a.m. Arkansas (6-1) at Vanderbilt (4-3), 11:20 a.m. Virginia Tech (7-1) at Duke (3-4), 11:30 a.m. Campbell (4-3) at Davidson (2-5), Noon Morgan St. (4-3) at Delaware St. (2-5), Noon SC State (4-4) at Howard (4-4), Noon

UMass (4-3) at Richmond (3-4), Noon VMI (1-6) at The Citadel (3-4), Noon Charleston So. (0-6) at Gardner-Webb (2-5), 12:30 p.m. Elon (4-4) at Wofford (5-2), 12:30 p.m. Furman (4-3) at Chattanooga (4-4), 1 p.m. E. Kentucky (4-3) at Murray St. (4-3), 1 p.m. Bethune-Cookman (4-3) at NC Central (1-6), 1 p.m. NC A&T (4-3) at Norfolk St. (6-2), 1 p.m. Hampton (4-3) at Savannah St. (1-6), 1 p.m. Georgia Southern (7-0) at Appalachian St. (5-2), 2 p.m. Texas Southern (3-4) at MVSU (0-8), 2 p.m. Boston College (1-6) at Maryland (2-5), 2 p.m. Tulane (2-6) at East Carolina (3-4), 2:30 p.m. Florida (4-3) vs. Georgia (5-2) at Jacksonville, 2:30 p.m. Presbyterian (2-5) at Liberty (5-3), 2:30 p.m. W. Kentucky (3-4) at Louisiana-Monroe (2-5), 2:30 p.m. Wake Forest (5-2) at North Carolina (5-3), 2:30 p.m. Tennessee Tech (4-2) at Jacksonville St. (5-2), 3 p.m. San Jose St. (3-4) at Louisiana Tech (3-4), 3 p.m. Memphis (2-6) at UCF (3-4), 3 p.m. Mississippi (2-5) at Auburn (5-3), 6 p.m. Mississippi St. (3-4) at Kentucky (3-4), 6 p.m. South Carolina (6-1) at Tennessee (3-4), 6:15 p.m. Clemson (8-0) at Georgia Tech (6-2), 7 p.m.

ȕ• MIDWEST Northwestern (2-5) at Indiana (1-7), 11 a.m. Purdue (4-3) at Michigan (6-1), 11 a.m. Michigan St. (6-1) at Nebraska (6-1), 11 a.m. Bowling Green (4-4) at Kent St. (1-6), Noon W. Illinois (2-5) at Youngstown St. (4-3), Noon S. Dakota St. (2-6) at Missouri St. (1-7), 2 p.m. Illinois St. (5-3) at S. Illinois (2-5), 2 p.m. Oklahoma (6-1) at Kansas St. (7-0), 2:30 p.m.

at the moment.” New York Times writer Pete Thamel said Weeden’s age won’t work against him. Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke was 28 when he was the 2000 Heisman. “I don’t think age discrimination has anything to do with him being on the outside now,” Thamel said. “One problem is that Blackmon is so good people give him a lot of credit (for Weeden’s success). “I don’t think Weeden has any shot to win. But if OSU wins out and has a shot at the national title, his name will filter up.” Los Angeles Times writer Chris Dufresne was another who said the caliber of Big 12 quarterback play is a reason Weeden often gets overlooked. Dufresne said USC quarterback Matt Barkley faces the same situation in the Pac-12 because of Luck. “I have certainly been impressed with (Weeden), but everyone is infatuated with Andrew Luck,” Dufresne said. “Weeden still has a huge marquee change against Oklahoma and the potential for huge numbers in games against Kansas State and Texas Tech. “And if he outplays Griffin this weekend, someone might also want to come up with a catchy Heisman Handle like RGIII.” OK, how about “Old Man River”? That fits if OSU just keeps on rolling along because of Weeden. Read Dave Sittler’s blog at tulsaworld.com/sportsextra

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duties•of•an•every-down•back. He• answered• those• questions• against•Ole•Miss,•but•Petrino•won’t• commit•quite•yet•to•Johnson•as•the• primary•back. “That’s• hard• to• say• right• now,”• Petrino•said.•“But•he•certainly•was• the•hot•hand•the•other•day•and•we• fed• him• as• much• as• we• could.• He• did•a•great•job.” Johnson• wasn’t• made• available• by•Arkansas•when•requested•by•the• Associated•Press•this•week,•but•after•the•Ole•Miss•win•he•said•he•was• “ready•to•get•a•few•more•carries.•A• lot•more•carries,•I•hope.”• He•added•that•he•understood•the• committee•system•at•running•back,• but• he• believes• he• “can• be• the• hot• hand.” Arkansas• receiver• Jarius• Wright• said• Johnson’s• teammates• are• believers,• as• well,• especially• after• watching•the•work•Johnson•put•in• just•to•get•back•on•the•field. “Dennis• Johnson• can• definitely• be• an• every-down• back,”• Wright• said. If•Johnson•is•able•to•emerge•out• of• a• crowded• backfield• that• includes• Ronnie• Wingo• and• Broderick• Green,• he• could• provide• the• SEC’s•top•passing•attack•some•balance•during•the•second•half•of•the• season.

Iowa (5-2) at Minnesota (1-6), 2:30 p.m. Navy (2-5) at Notre Dame (4-3), 2:30 p.m. N. Iowa (6-1) at N. Dakota St. (7-0), 3 p.m. Wisconsin (6-1) at Ohio St. (4-3), 7 p.m.

ȕ• SOUTHWEST Missouri (3-4) at Texas A&M (5-2), 11 a.m. Georgia St. (2-5) at UTSA (2-5), 12:30 p.m. Lamar (3-4) at Sam Houston St. (7-0), 2 p.m. Grambling St. (3-4) at Ark.-Pine Bluff (4-3), 2:30 p.m. Baylor (4-2) at Oklahoma St. (7-0), 2:30 p.m. SMU (5-2) at Tulsa (4-3), 2:30 p.m. McNeese St. (3-4) at Stephen F. Austin (2-5), 3 p.m. Northwestern St. (4-3) at Texas St. (5-3), 3 p.m. North Texas (3-5) at Arkansas St. (5-2), 6 p.m. SE Louisiana (2-5) at Cent. Arkansas (5-3), 6 p.m. Kansas (2-5) at Texas (4-2), 6 p.m. Iowa St. (3-4) at Texas Tech (5-2), 6 p.m. Southern Miss. (6-1) at UTEP (4-3), 7 p.m.

ȕ• FAR•WEST Air Force (3-4) at New Mexico (0-7), 1 p.m. Washington St. (3-4) at Oregon (6-1), 2 p.m. Hawaii (4-3) at Idaho (1-6), 4 p.m. Colorado St. (3-4) at UNLV (1-5), 5 p.m. Colorado (1-7) at Arizona St. (5-2), 5:30 p.m. California (4-3) at UCLA (3-4), 6 p.m. Oregon St. (2-5) at Utah (3-4), 6 p.m. Nevada (4-3) at New Mexico St. (3-4), 7 p.m. Stanford (7-0) at Southern Cal (6-1), 7 p.m. South Dakota (5-3) at Cal Poly (4-3), 8:05 p.m. N. Arizona (2-5) at Sacramento St. (3-4), 8:05 p.m. Wyoming (4-2) at San Diego St. (4-2), 9 p.m. Arizona (2-5) at Washington (5-2), 9:30 p.m.

A look at games on TV and radio Saturday in the Tulsa area: Time• 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.

Game• Michigan State at Nebraska Purdue at Michigan Missouri at Texas A&M N.C. State at Florida State Arkansas at Vanderbilt Virginia Tech at Duke Washington State at Oregon Georgia vs. Florida Baylor at Oklahoma State Navy at Notre Dame Oklahoma at Kansas State

2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 9:30 p.m.

Illinois at Penn State SMU at Tulsa Fordham at Army Wake Forest at North Carolina Iowa State at Texas Tech Mississippi at Auburn Mississippi State at Kentucky South Carolina at Tennessee Stanford at USC Wisconsin at Ohio State Southern Miss at UTEP Arizona at Washington

TV/Radio ESPN-25 ESPN2-26 FX-35 ESPNU-253 KGEB-23/53, KCFO-970 KWHB-7/47 FSP-68 KOTV-6 KTUL-8, KFAQ-1170 KJRH-9/2 ESPN-25 KMOD-97.5, KTBZ-1430 ESPN2-26 FSOK-27, KRMG-740, 102.3 CBSSN-249 ESPNU-253 FSOK-27 ESPNU-253 FSP-68 ESPN2-26 KTUL-8 ESPN-25 CBSSN-249 FSOK-27


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High schools: Previewing the Class 6A-4A cross country state meet. B8

Cardinals win wild Series ••St.•Louis•wins•its• 11th•title•after•a•series• of•frantic•comebacks. BY BEN WALKER Associated Press

ST.• LOUIS• —• Pushed• to• the• brink,• the• St.• Louis• Cardinals• saved• themselves.• A• frantic• rush• to•reach•the•postseason•on•the•final•day.•A•nifty•pair•of•comebacks•

in•the•playoffs.•Two•desperate•rallies•in•Game•6. Turns•out•these•Cardinals•were• merely• gearing• up• for• a• gigantic• celebration. The• Cardinals• won• a• remarkable• World• Series• they• weren’t• even• supposed• to• reach,• beating• the• Texas• Rangers• 6-2• in• Game• 7• on• Friday• night• with• another• key• hit• by• hometown• star• David• Freese•and•six•gutty•innings•from• Chris•Carpenter.

“This• whole• ride,• this• team• deserves• this,”• said• Freese,• who• added• the• Series• MVP• award• to• his•trophy•case•as•the•NL•championship• MVP.• “This• organization• is• top• notch.• ...• This• is• definitely• a• dream• come• true,”• Freese• said.• “This•is•why•you•keep•battling.•...• I’m•so•glad•to•be•a•part•of•this.” A•day•after•an•epic•Game•6•that• saw•them•twice•within•one•strike• of• elimination• before• winning• 10-9• in• the• 11th• inning,• the• Car-

dinals• captured• their• 11th• World• Series•crown. And• following• a• whole• fall• on• the• edge,• including• a• surge• from• 10½• games• down• in• the• wildcard• race,• Tony• La• Russa’s• team• didn’t• dare• mess• with• Texas,• or• any•more•drama•in•baseball’s•first• World• Series• Game• 7• since• the• Angels•beat•the•Giants•in•2002. Freese’s• two-run• double• tied• SEE SERIES B5

WORLD SERIES: CARDINALS WIN 4-3 GAME 1

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Cardinals 3, Rangers 2

Rangers 2, Cardinals 1

Cardinals 16, Rangers 7

Rangers 4, Cardinals 0

Rangers 4, Cardinals 2

Cardinals 10, Rangers 9 (11)

Cardinals 6, Rangers 2

Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina leaps into the arms of Jason Motte after the Cardinals’ 6-2 win in Game 7 of the World Series on Friday.  MATT SLOCUM/Associated Press

CLASS 6A FOOTBALL: NO. 4 BROKEN ARROW 31, NO. 1 JENKS 21

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Big 12 takes West Virginia from Big East BY RALPH D. RUSSO Associated Press

The Big 12 welcomed West Virginia from the Big East and bid goodbye to Missouri before the Tigers even had a chance to finalize their move to the Southeastern Conference. Now that the poaching of the Big East seems to be over, the league is not backing down. It has been busy courting six schools and says it was braced for the latest loss. The latest round of For more conference realignment apBig 12 appears pears to be winding down, resigned to losing but tug-o-war over who Missouri. B4 goes where and when likely will take a while to sort out. The Big 12 completed its work Friday by adding West Virginia to become its easternmost member, joining Texas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Kansas State, Baylor, TCU and Iowa State. The Big 12 said it expects to have 10 schools for the 2012-13 season, listing West Virginia but not Missouri, which is expected to complete its move to the SEC any day now. “I wouldn’t say that there won’t be further expansion,” interim Big 12 Commissioner Chuck Neinas said on a conference call FriSEE BIG 12 B4

Broken Arrow’s Levi Copelin forces a fumble by Jenks’ Trey’Vonne Barr’e, which Copelin recovered for a touchdown.  Photos by JEFF LAUTENBERGER/Tulsa World

Broken Arrow topples Jenks to take 6A-3 title BY BARRY LEWIS

World Sports Writer

BROKEN ARROW — Levi Copelin was a major factor in all three phases of No. 4 Broken Arrow’s 31-21 victory over top-ranked Jenks in a showdown for the District 6A-3 title on Friday night at Memorial Stadium. Copelin, a Houston commit, had two interceptions, returned a fumbled punt for a touchdown and set up another with a 42-yard reception to help Broken Arrow win its first district championship since 2003. “Levi is just amazing,” Broken Arrow coach Steve Spavital said. “My son (Zac, a Houston assistant) and Levi basically verified tonight why they offered him (a scholar-

View a slideshow from Friday night’s game. tulsaworld.com/photos

“I’m so proud of the way our guys played,” Copelin said. “They showed a lot of heart and a lot of backbone.” Broken Arrow (8-1, 6-0) was clinging to a 24-21 lead late in the third period when Copelin picked off his first pass of the night to stop a Jenks scoring threat and returned it 44 Broken Arrow’s Landon Hills converts a fourth down against yards. Jenks on Friday night. The Tigers could not convert that turnover, but picked ship) because he played ex- a senior wideout-defensive up the clinching TD when tremely well, offensively, de- back, sealed the outcome with Justin Perkins blocked a punt fensive and special teams.” an interception on Jenks’ final SEE BA B7 It was fitting that Copelin, offensive play with 2:22 left.

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Late interception seals Coweta win

OKC Douglass tops Glenpool

Coweta’s Randall Smith intercepted a Central pass with a minute left to seal a 24-21 upset victory against No. 6 Central in District 5A-4. Smith also scored two second-half touchdowns. Coweta clinched a postseason spot with the victory. B6

Oklahoma City Douglass used its depth and wishbone offense to wear down Glenpool 33-30. Douglass handed Glenpool its first league loss and moved into position to clinch the District 4A-2 title in next week’s finale. B7

Coweta’s Hunter Raspberry catches a touchdown pass Friday.  JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World

Union uses ground game to pound Enid

Late field goal lifts Owasso past Sand Springs

Kendall Holmes, who’s been hampered by injuries, looked healthy Friday, amassing 178 yards and three touchdowns in a 35-3 Union win over Enid at Union Tuttle Stadium. B6

Lane Sailing kicked an 18-yard field goal with 10 seconds left to lift No. 7 Owasso past Sand Springs 47-44 in a district 6A-4 thriller in Sand Springs. Owasso trailed most of the game. B6

Oilers forward Ryan Cramer skates the puck across the blue line during the Oilers home opener Friday against Wichita.  KEVIN PYLE/For The Tulsa World

Third-period meltdown sends Oilers to 1st loss BY JOHN RITTENOURE World Correspondent

A promising start turned very wrong for the Tulsa Oilers in Friday’s Central Hockey League home opener before a crowd of 5,066 at the BOK Center. The Oilers, sporting a 2-0 lead midway through the game, suffered a third period meltdown and the Wichita CHL Thunder exploded for six unanswered goals to to Wichita....................6 hand the Oilers their first Oilers....................... 2 loss of the season, falling 6-2 to the Thunder. Nothing went right in Up next the final 20 minutes as the Vs. Texas Thunder outshot the 2-1 Oilers 22-3 in the final pe7:35 p.m. riod and 50-16 for the game. Saturday “We did not play the way we did the last weekend,” Oilers coach Bruce Ramsay said of the teams two road victories. “We’re young and obviously we still have a lot of work to do. I am sure guys were pretty nervous out there and we just SEE OILERS B5


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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

SAT 10-29

THU 11-3

SAT 11-12

Vs. SMU: 2:30 p.m., FSOK-27

OU

At UCF: 7 p.m., CBSSN-249

Vs. Marshall: TBA, FSOK-27

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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

SAT 10-29

SAT 11-5

SAT 11-19

At Kansas State: 2:30 p.m., ESPN-25

OSU

Vs. Texas A&M: 2:30 or 7 p.m., KTUL-8

At Baylor: TBA

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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

SAT 10-29

SAT 11-5

SAT 11-12

Vs. Baylor: 2:30 p.m., KTUL-8

Vs. Kansas State: 2:30 or 7 p.m., KTUL-8

Arkansas

At Texas Tech: TBA

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FOOTBALL

FOOTBALL

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SAT 10-29

SAT 11-5

SAT 11-12

At Vanderbilt: 11:21 a.m., KGEB-23/53

Oilers SAT 10-29 Vs. Texas: 7:35 p.m.

Vs. South Carolina: 6:15 p.m., ESPN-25

Vs. Tennessee: TBA

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FRI 11-4

SUN 10-30

at Laredo: 7:30 p.m.

At Texas: 4 p.m.

Other local sporting events SAT 10-29

Softball: OU vs. North Central Texas, 5:15 p.m.; OU vs. Murray State, 7:30 p.m. W Soccer: ORU vs. South Dakota, 1 p.m. Cross Country: ORU at Summit League Championship

SUN 10-30

Softball: OU vs. Connors State, 2:30 p.m. Volleyball: TU vs. UAB, 1 p.m.

day evening. “But our mission was ... to move forward with 10 teams at this point. That doesn’t mean that there wouldn’t be further consideration. But right now, we’ve got our house in order. We’ve got everybody signed up. We’re looking forward to a very aggressive conference.” The Mountaineers bring a football program that has consistently been ranked in the Top 25 in recent years, and that’s what counts most when it comes time to sell TV rights. In April, the conference signed a 13-year TV deal with Fox worth $1.17 billion that kicks in next year and was based upon the league having 10 members. The Big 12 leaders voted to add West Virginia, rather than closer Big East rival Louisville, on Friday morning. “The addition of West Virginia, while expanding the reach of the Big 12, brings an impressive institution with esteemed academics and a proud athletic tradition into the Conference. This is another step in building a strong foundation for the future of the Big 12,”

Associated Press

ST. LOUIS — The Big 12 appears to be resigned to losing Missouri. The league issued a statement Friday announcing unanimous approval to accept West Virginia effective July 1. The Mountaineers become the second program to join the Big 12 this month, following TCU. The Big 12 then listed its expected membership for next season and Missouri was nowhere to be found. “Beginning with the 201213 season it is expected that the Big 12 Conference will be comprised of 10 universities — Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech and West Virginia,” the statement said. “The Big 12’s footprint will encompass five states with over 36 million people. More than 4,100 student-athletes from across the United States and around the World compete annually in

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the 23 sports sponsored by the Conference.” Missouri is weighing a move to the Southeastern Conference. Earlier this month, Missouri curators gave Chancellor Brady Deaton authority to explore striking a deal with another conference if he determines it is the school’s best interest. No final decision has been announced. Big 12 interim commissioner Chuck Neinas declined to answer questions about Missouri. “I think any questions regarding the University of Missouri should be directed to the University of Missouri,” Neinas said during a conference call with reporters. He said he had no information on a timeline for Missouri’s decision on whether or not to stay in the Big 12. A woman answering phones in Deaton’s office Friday said he was unavailable and referred calls to university spokeswoman Mary Jo Banken, who did not respond to an interview request.

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FOR THE RECORD

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No sign of Missouri in the Big 12’s future

said Oklahoma State University President Burns Hargis, the chairman of the Big 12 board of directors. While the Big 12’s statement said West Virginia will begin competing in the 2012-13 athletic season, Big East Commissioner John Marinatto said the Mountaineers will be staying in the Big East for two more seasons. “West Virginia is fully aware that the Big East Conference is committed to enforcing the 27-month notification period for members who choose to leave the conference,” he said in a statement. West Virginia President James Clements said the university’s focus is on next summer’s conference transition, although there will be discussions with the Big East. “Our intent is clearly July 1 we’ll be a member of the Big 12,” Clements said. TCU was on its way to the Big East, set to join in 2012, before being diverted to the Big 12 to take the place of Texas A&M, which was first to make the jump from the Big 12. The Big East can’t hold TCU because they never started competing, but it does expect to receive a $5 million exit fee from them, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and West Virginia.

FOOTBALL GOLF

7 a.m. .......... Andalucia Masters ...........................................................Golf-66 1:30 p.m. .... Nationwide Tour Championship..................................Golf-66 Midnight.... Asia Pacific Classic...........................................................Golf-66 HOCKEY

2 p.m........... NHL: Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers ........................................NHL-263 6 p.m. ......... NHL: Boston at Montreal ...............................................NHL-263 RODEO

8 p.m. ......... PBR World Finals ..............................................................Versus-251 SOCCER

9 a.m........... English League: Manchester City vs. Wolves..........FOXSOC-262 11:30 a.m. ... English League: West Brom vs. Liverpool ................FOXSOC-262 1:30 p.m. .... Italian League: Inter vs. Juventus ................................FOXSOC-262 9 p.m. ......... MLS: Salt Lake vs. Seattle ..............................................FOXSOC-262 1 a.m............ Australian League: Gold Coast vs. Newcastle ........FOXSOC-262 TENNIS

7 a.m. .......... WTA Championships ......................................................Tennis-266

SPORTS: FYI Basketball

NBA cancels all games through Nov. 30: The NBA will play a shortened season — if it plays at all — after labor negotiations broke down for the second time in a week. NBA Commissioner David Stern canceled all November games on Friday, the 120th day of the lockout. Just a day earlier, Stern had said he would consider it a failure if the two sides didn’t reach a deal in the next few days and vowed they would take “one heck of a shot” to get it done. Owners are insistent on a 50-50 split of revenues, while players last formally proposed they get 52.5 percent, leaving them about $100 million apart annually. Players were guaranteed 57 percent in the previous collective bargaining agreement. U.S. tops Brazil: The U.S. team took an 88-77 win over Brazil in the Pan American Games preliminary round Thursday night in Guadalajara, Mexico. Team USA stormed back from 17 points down midway into the third quarter to rally for the 11-point win. The win improved the U.S. to 2-0 in the preliminary group standings and assured the team of advancing into the medal round semifinals. The loss was the first for Brazil, the two-time defending Pan American Games champs. North Carolina No. 1 in AP preseason poll: North Carolina, which returns all five starters from the team that reached the regional finals last season, were the runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press’ men’s preseason Top 25 on Friday. It is the eighth time they have received that honor since the preseason poll started in 1961-62. Kentucky is ranked No. 2. Memphis was 11th followed by Baylor, Kansas, Xavier, Wisconsin, Arizona, UCLA, Michigan, Alabama and Texas A&M.

Soccer

OU women clinch tournament berth: The Oklahoma

women’s team clinched a second straight postseason appearance with a 3-0 win at Kansas on Friday. Annalisa Hall, Amy Petrikin and Caitlin Mooney all found the back of the net while Dria Hampton assisted on two of the scores to push the Sooners’ into the Big 12 Championship in San Antonio next week. The win in the regular-season finale improved the Sooners’ overall record to 7-12 and 2-6 in Big 12 play. TU women fall to SMU: The University of Tulsa women’s team (10-7-3, 4-5-2 C-USA) dropped a 2-1 decision to SMU on Friday night in Tulsa.

Tennis

Stosur routs Li to reach WTA semis: Australia’s Samantha

Stosur beat China’s Li Na 6-1, 6-0 Friday to qualify for the semifinals of the WTA Championships. Stosur, the U.S. Open champion, dominated the French Open winner, dropping only the fifth game of the first set as she extended her career record against Li to 6-0. Stosur joined Victoria Azarenka of Belarus in qualifying from the White Group and will next face Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova of the Czech Republic.

Volleyball

Tulsa defeats Memphis: Kellie Culbertson and Diana Silva each tallied nine kills and Jessica Adams recorded 13 digs to lead Tulsa to a 3-0 win over Memphis Friday evening at the Donald W. Reynolds Center.

Baseball

RSU picked fourth in SAC poll: Defending Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament champion Rogers State was picked fourth by league coaches in the SAC preseason poll.

Softball

RSU picked to finish seventh: Rogers State is projected

by Sooner Athletic Conference coaches to finish tied for seventh according to the preseason poll. — FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS

AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA N. England ...... 5 1 0 .833 185 135 Buffalo ............. 4 2 0 .667 188 147 N.Y. Jets ........... 4 3 0 .571 172 152 Miami ..............0 6 0 .000 90 146 South Houston .......... 4 3 0 .571 182 131 Tennessee .......3 3 0 .500 112 135 Jacksonville .... 2 5 0 .286 84 139 Indianapolis ...0 7 0 .000 111 225 North Pittsburgh ....... 5 2 0 .714 151 122 Cincinnati ....... 4 2 0 .667 137 111 Baltimore ........ 4 2 0 .667 155 83 Cleveland.........3 3 0 .500 97 120 West San Diego ....... 4 2 0 .667 141 136 Oakland .......... 4 3 0 .571 160 178 Kansas City .....3 3 0 .500 105 150 Denver............. 2 4 0 .333 123 155 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pct PF PA N.Y. Giants ...... 4 2 0 .667 154 147 Dallas................3 3 0 .500 149 128 Washington ....3 3 0 .500 116 116 Philadelphia ... 2 4 0 .333 145 145 South New Orleans.. 5 2 0 .714 239 158 Tampa Bay...... 4 3 0 .571 131 169 Atlanta ............ 4 3 0 .571 158 163 Carolina........... 2 5 0 .286 166 183 North Green Bay ....... 7 0 0 1.000 230 141 Detroit ............. 5 2 0 .714 194 137 Chicago ........... 4 3 0 .571 170 150 Minnesota ....... 1 6 0 .143 148 178 West San Francisco 5 1 0 .833 167 97 Seattle ............. 2 4 0 .333 97 128 Arizona............. 1 5 0 .167 116 153 St. Louis...........0 6 0 .000 56 171 Sunday Indianapolis at Tennessee, Noon New Orleans at St. Louis, Noon Jacksonville at Houston, Noon Miami at N.Y. Giants, Noon Minnesota at Carolina, Noon Arizona at Baltimore, Noon Detroit at Denver, 3:05 p.m. Washington vs. Buffalo at Toronto, 3:05 p.m. Cleveland at San Francisco, 3:15 p.m. Cincinnati at Seattle, 3:15 p.m. New England at Pittsburgh, 3:15 p.m. Dallas at Philadelphia, 7:20 p.m. Open: Atlanta, Chicago, Green Bay, N.Y. Jets, Oakland, Tampa Bay Monday San Diego at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m.

ȕ College

Friday’s score TCU 38, BYU 28

AP Preseason Top 25 The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ 2011-12 preseason college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, final 2010-11 record, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and last year’s final ranking: Record

Pts

Fin

1. North Carolina (62)29-81,620 7 2. Kentucky ................29-9 1,501 11 3. Ohio St. (1) .............34-3 1,482 1 4. UConn (2) ............. 32-9 1,433 9 5. Syracuse ................. 27-8 1,338 12 6. Duke ........................ 32-5 1,301 3 7. Vanderbilt...............23-11 1,120 25 8. Florida .....................29-8 1,086 15 9. Louisville............... 25-10 1,055 14 10. Pittsburgh ............28-6 1,027 4 11. Memphis ............. 25-10 997 — 12. Baylor ....................18-13 892 — 13. Kansas ................... 35-3 755 2 14. Xavier ....................24-8 747 20 15. Wisconsin ............25-9 720 16 16. Arizona .................30-8 616 17 17. UCLA......................23-11 404 — 18. Michigan ............. 21-14 401 — 19. Alabama ..............25-12 395 — 20. Texas A&M .........24-9 357 24 21. Cincinnati .............26-9 353 — 22. Marquette ..........22-15 335 — 23. Gonzaga ............. 25-10 283 — 24. California ............ 18-15 230 — 25. Missouri ...............23-11 139 — Others receiving votes: Florida St. 131, Michigan St. 128, Temple 69, Washington 44, New Mexico 33, Butler 25, Texas 21, Villanova 14, Creighton 12, Purdue 10, Belmont 8, Drexel 8, UNLV 7, Saint Mary’s (Cal) 6, George Mason 5, West Virginia 4, Long Beach St. 3, Miami 3, Harvard 2, Illinois 2, Marshall 1, Minnesota 1, San Diego St. 1.

GOLF ȕ PGA: Asia Pacific Classic

At Selangor, Malaysia Purse: $6.1 million Yardage: 6,917 Par: 71 (35-36) Second Round Jeff Overton ........................67-62—129 Fredrik Jacobson...............65-64—129 Bo Van Pelt ....................66-64—130 Mark Wilson.......................67-66—133 Stewart Cink .......................67-66—133 Jimmy Walker ....................66-67—133 Jhonattan Vegas ............... 64-69—133 Cameron Tringale.............66-68—134 Camilo Villegas ................. 69-66—135 Jerry Kelly ........................... 69-66—135 Carl Pettersson ..................68-67—135 Robert Allenby ................... 63-72—135

Vijay Singh ......................... 72-64—136 Danny Chia ......................... 71-65—136 Chris Kirk ............................. 71-65—136 Ryan Palmer........................ 71-65—136 Chinnarat Phadungsil ......70-66—136

ȕ Shanghai Masters

Purse: $5 million Yardage: 7,585 Par: 72 Second Round Rory McIlroy ...................... 64-69—133 Noh Seung-yul....................72-63—135 Anthony Kim ................. 68-68—136 Louis Oosthuizen..............70-66—136 Padraig Harrington ........... 67-70—137 Hunter Mahan ................ 65-72—137 Ian Poulter ............................ 67-71—138 Robert Karlsson ................ 69-69—138 John Daly ........................69-70—139 Lee Westwood .................. 69-70—139 Colin Montgomerie.......... 70-69—139 Charl Schwartzel .............. 70-69—139

ȕ Nationwide Championship

At Daniel Island, S.C. Purse: $1 million Yardage: 7,446 Par: 72 Second Round Daniel Chopra ....................72-62—134 Jason Kokrak ...................... 67-67—134 Roberto Castro..................68-68—136 Danny Lee............................72-65—137 Greg Owen .......................... 71-66—137 Camilo Benedetti............... 67-70—137 Cliff Kresge ........................ 69-69—138 Darron Stiles ...................... 68-70—138 Also Casey Wittenberg .........70-70—140 Brenden Pappas ..............77-71—148

HOCKEY Friday Carolina 3, Chicago 0 San Jose 4, Detroit 2 Edmonton at Colorado St. Louis at Calgary Saturday Ottawa at N.Y. Rangers, 2 p.m. Florida at Buffalo, 6 p.m. Pittsburgh at Toronto, 6 p.m. Boston at Montreal, 6 p.m. San Jose at N.Y. Islanders, 6 p.m. Carolina at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Winnipeg at Tampa Bay, 6 p.m. Anaheim at Nashville, 7 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Dallas, 7 p.m. Columbus at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Phoenix, 8 p.m. Washington at Vancouver, 9 p.m.

ȕ CHL

TURNER CONFERENCE W L OT Pts GF GA Missouri ..........3 0 0 6 14 4 Rapid City ........1 0 1 3 7 4 Evansville .........1 0 0 2 5 0

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Saturday’s Post: 6:30 p.m.

Race 1

$16,538, OKB f&m, 3 yo&up, clm, 6 Furlongs 6 Red Lion Heart (Wade) ............... 2-1 3 Thisladyisadiamond (L.Quinonez) 6-1 7 Kip Debut (Birzer) ....................... 9-2 1 Rare Cookie (Joubert)...................... 4-1 2 Miss Abby Layne (B.Landeros) ..... 10-1 4 Island Diva (Matz)............................ 8-1 5 Immaculate Dream (Teator).......... 5-1

Race 2

$28,000, f&m, 3 yo&up, mdn spc wgt, 5 ½ Furlongs 4 Alyssa’s Dream (Shino) .............. 8 Balm (Compton) .......................... 5 Mahaya (Hamilton) ..................... 1 Forever Our Reward (Joubert)....... 2 Denali Mist (Wethey)...................... 3 Freya’s Blessing (B.Quinonez) ....... 6 Uncommitted (B.McNeil) ............... 7 Rosita Bonita (Kimes) ......................

8-5 7-5 6-1 20-1 20-1 12-1 15-1 8-1

Race 3

$12,250, OKB 3 yo&up, clm, 1 ¹⁄₁₆ Miles 1 Fitzhugh Flash (B.Landeros) ....... 5 Snow Risk (Joubert) .................... 3 Runaway Okie (Medina) ............. 2 Hooded Thunder (Rodriguez) ....... 4 Mika’s Topgun (Cunningham) ....... 6 Chief Two Spots (Keever) ............... 7 Rawhide Rattle (Berry) .................... 8 Artic Heat (Hamilton) ..................... 9 Rare Nicky (Wood)...........................

9-2 5-2 8-1 15-1 15-1 15-1 7-2 6-1 20-1

Race 4

$17,500, 2 yo, clm, 6 Furlongs 7 Whiskey Double (Medina) ......... 5 Statler (Hamilton) ....................... 1 Kip’s Mescalero (Berry) .............. 2 Primal Touch (Shepherd) ................ 3 Sladen K (Laviolette)........................ 4 Belmont Express (Wade)................ 6 Red Thorn (B McNeil)......................

3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 12-1 7-2 6-1

Race 5

$9,000, f&m, 3 yo&up, mdn clm, 1 Mile 11 Gracethemoment (Wade)........... 9 Razzdazz (E.McNeil) ................... 5 Ironto (Diaz) ................................ 1 By Chance (Velazquez) ................... 2 Rockin Momma (Teator) ................ 3 Sultry Gal (Cunningham) ................ 4 Correspondence (Laviolette).........

9-2 3-1 20-1 15-1 5-1 12-1 20-1

6 7 8 10 12 13

Loyal Frayne (Escobar) .................... Birthstone (Keever) .......................... Tinys Copy (Rodriguez)................... Indigo Jade (Joubert) ....................... Don’t Flatter Me (Wood)................ Yippi Ti Yo (Velazquez) ...................

9 2 1 4 5 6 7

6-1 10-1 20-1 30-1 30-1 30-1

5-2 7-2 8-1 8-1 6-1 10-1 12-1 15-1 5-1

Race 7

$10,000, f&m, 3 yo&up, clm, 6 Furlongs 6 White Chiffon (Shepherd) .......... 5 Chasing the Queen (Wade) ........ 9 Sylvan Saint (Teator) .................. 1 Mokalata (B Landeros).................... 2 Dream Believer (Joubert) ............... 3 Beta Believe (E.McNeil) .................. 4 Stackedndelivered (Berry).............. 7 Howhi Isthewater (Wood) ............. 8 Demo Session (Murphy) ................ 10 Iwanttobelieve (Navarre) ...............

3-1 6-1 4-1 15-1 8-1 20-1 5-1 20-1 8-1 15-1

Race 8

$17,500, 3 yo&up, clm, 5 Furlongs (T) 7 Whirling Crest (Joubert) ............ 4 Momma’s Badnews (L.Quinonez) . 5 Pacific Tsunami (Berry)............... 1 Nice Lookin (Wade) ......................... 2 Wholelotatricks (B.Landeros) ....... 3 Ebbtide (Butler) ................................. 6 Ghazi Up (Laviolette)....................... 8 Hoochie Kamoochie (T.Wilson).... 9 Rojostreak (Rodriguez) ................... 10 Ace and Jim (Medina) ..................... 11 Range War (Birzer)........................... 12 Flatland Fever (Murphy) ................. 13 Twilight Bay (Hamilton) .................. 14 Prince Eddington (B.Quinonez).....

5-1 8-1 4-1 3-1 15-1 30-1 15-1 30-1 30-1 8-1 20-1 6-1 8-1 15-1

Race 9

$30,000, 2 yo, alw, 1 Mile 8 King Coral (Murphy) .......................

ȕ College: Women SMU 2, TULSA 1 Tulsa 1 0 — 1 SMU 2 0 — 2 Goals: SMU Gaines (Smith), 11:28; SMU Elliot, 19:19; TU Hulcer, 20:29. Saves: Webb 1; Bykowski 1, Harryman 1, Tulsa team 1.

OKLAHOMA 3, KANSAS 0 Oklahoma 1 2 — 3 Kansas 0 0 — 0 Goals: OU Hall, 12:44; 2. OU Petrikin (Hampton), 54:32; OU Mooney (Hampton), 61:46. Saves: Stroud 7; Devonshire 4.

ȕ College

Tulsa d. Memphis, 25-19, 29-27, 25-19

TENNIS ȕ ATP: Erste Bank Open

At Vienna, Austria Singles Quarterfinals Juan Martin Del Potro (2) def. Tommy Haas, 6-2, 6-4. Kevin Anderson (6) def. Jurgen Melzer (3), 6-3, 6-3. Daniel Brands def. Steve Darcis, 6-3, 6-4. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (1) def. Xavier Melisse, 4-6, 7-6 (4), 6-4.

ȕ WTA: Championships

At Istanbul Petra Kvitova (3) def. Agnieszka Radwanska (8), 7-6 (4), 6-3. Sam Stosur (7) def. Li Na (5), 6-1, 6-0. Marion Bartoli (9) def. Victoria Azarenka (4), 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.

Goldandsilver (Wade)..................... Meadow’s Reward (Shino) ............. Minnesota Thunder (Butler).......... Cowtown Panther (Joubert)........... Reckless Jerry (Laviolette) ............. Barney R (Compton) ........................ Wranglin’ Okie (L.Quinonez).........

6-1 3-1 12-1 4-1 10-1 6-1 15-1

Race 10

Race 6

$9,500, f&m, 3 yo&up, clm, 5 ½ Furlongs 8 Proud Player (Shepherd) ............ 9 Do the Tiger (Birzer) ................... 6 Pick Me Up (B.McNeil) ............... 1 Mames’ Game (Teator)................... 2 Cuvee Blanc (Wethey) .................... 3 Broadway Ali (Cunningham) ......... 4 Kanakavali (E.McNeil) ..................... 5 Mackees Last Trick (B Landeros).. 7 Border Slew (Wade).........................

SOCCER

VOLLEYBALL

ȕ NHL

HORSE RACING Remington Park

Bloomington ...1 0 1 3 10 10 Quad City ........1 1 0 2 7 10 Dayton............ 0 0 1 1 4 5 Fort Wayne ... 0 1 0 0 0 5 BERRY CONFERENCE W L OT Pts GF GA Wichita ...........3 0 0 6 13 7 Tulsa.............. 2 1 0 4 9 7 Laredo ..............1 1 0 2 5 5 Arizona.............1 2 0 2 7 12 Allen..................1 1 1 3 9 9 Texas............... 0 2 0 0 1 8 Rio Gr. Valley 0 3 0 0 5 11 Friday Quad City 6, Bloomington 5, OT Allen 5, Texas 1 Laredo 4, Rio Grande Valley 3 Wichita 6, Tulsa 2 Dayton at Rapid City Missouri at Arizona

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$9,000, 3 yo&up, mdn clm, 5 ½ Furlongs 12 Anna’s Strawberry (Velazquez) . 14 Mister Vaquero (Birzer).............. 1 Lesstalkletsrun (Kimes).............. 2 Builtlikeabrick (Wethey) ................. 3 Snowleopard’sgrowl (B.Quinonez) 4 King Gustauf (B.Landeros) ............. 5 To Be Prized (Diaz) ........................... 6 Barzen (Birzer)................................... 7 Hay Glorious Girl (Rodriguez) ....... 8 Waltzingwithwalter (C Landeros) 9 Normandy’s Maze (Keever)........... 10 Nickaboom (Risenhoover) ............. 11 Diamond Jack (Wade) .................... 13 Alyssa’s Semoran (Keever) ............

TODAY’S LINE ȕ Football

NFL Sunday TENNESSEE............ 8½ (43) ........... Indianapolis HOUSTON ...............9½ (41) ............Jacksonville CAROLINA ..............3½ (47) .............. Minnesota New Orleans ..........13½ (48) ............... ST. LOUIS BALTIMORE ...........12½ (43) ...................Arizona NY GIANTS ............ 9½ (43) ...................... Miami x-Buffalo ................. 5½ (46) ............Washington Detroit ...................... 3 (42) .................... DENVER New England ........... 3 (52) ........... PITTSBURGH SAN FRANCISCO ....9 (38)..................Cleveland Cincinnati ................2½ (37) ..................SEATTLE PHILADELPHIA .......3 (50).........................Dallas Monday San Diego ............... 3½ (44) ........ KANSAS CITY x-at Toronto, Canada COLLEGE TULSA ............................3 ................................Smu Oklahoma ................... 13½ .................KANSAS ST OKLAHOMA ST...........14 ...........................Baylor Arkansas......................9½ ..............VANDERBILT Mississippi St ..............10 ..................KENTUCKY MARSHALL .................5½................................Uab Central Michigan .......7½.........................AKRON WEST. MICHIGAN ......12............................Ball St NORTH CAROLINA ...6½ ...............Wake Forest FLORIDA ST ...............18½....................N.C. State Clemson.......................3½..........GEORGIA TECH Iowa...............................15.................MINNESOTA NEBRASKA....................4 ..................Michigan St Northwestern .............8½ .....................INDIANA MICHIGAN ...................14 ..........................Purdue PENN ST ........................5 ............................Illinois Virginia Tech ...............15............................. DUKE West Virginia .............6½ ....................RUTGERS LOUISVILLE ...................3 ........................Syracuse MARYLAND ..................7 ............Boston College AUBURN .......................13................... Mississippi TEXAS .......................... 28 ..........................Kansas Bowling Green ...........3½.......................KENT ST Air Force .....................30½ ...........NEW MEXICO ARIZONA ST ................31....................... Colorado EAST CAROLINA.......16½..........................Tulane TEXAS A&M ..............10½......................Missouri TEXAS TECH ................14 .........................Iowa St MIAMI-OHIO..............4½ .........................Buffalo NOTRE DAME .............22 ..............................Navy Georgia ..........................3 ........................FLORIDA LOUISIANA TECH ......7½.................. San Jose St CENTRAL FLORIDA ... 29 ......................Memphis Hawaii ............................7 ........................... IDAHO Colorado St .................2½.............................UNLV UTAH ............................5½.................... Oregon St California .......................5 ..............................UCLA WASHINGTON .............4 ..........................Arizona OREGON.......................35 ............Washington St South Carolina ...........3½.................TENNESSEE Wisconsin ...................7½.......................OHIO ST Southern Miss .............10 .............................UTEP Stanford.........................8 ................................ USC Nevada..........................15........NEW MEXICO ST SAN DIEGO ST ............18 .....................Wyoming UL-MONROE.................6 ......Western Kentucky ARKANSAS ST .............17 .................North Texas Home team in CAPS

2 Now I Know (Compton)....3.80 2.80 2.60 3 Peeker (Laviolette) ......................... 17.60 11.20 10 Valid A.J. (Birzer) ...........................................9.00

Ex: (2-3) 65.60, Qui: (2-3) 35.60, Tri: (2-310) 746.80, Spr: (2-3-10-1) 5,763.60

Race 5

$115,000, 7½ Furlongs (T), 1:30.67 5-1 8-1 20-1 4-1 3-1 20-1 30-1 8-1 12-1 8-1 6-1 30-1 15-1 30-1

3 In the Band (L.Quinonez) ..................... 13.40 6.60 5.80 4 Miranda Diane (Matz) ....................4.40 3.80 5 Varna (B.McNeil) ........................................... 8.60

Ex:(3-4) 48.20, Qui:(3-4) 19.80, Tri: (3-4-5) 606.60, Spr: (3-4-5-2) 2,962.00

Race 6

$79,050, 6 Furlongs, T: 1;10.64

9 Ted’s Folly (Medina) ..........6.00 3.00 2.60 5 Star’s Valentino (Teator) ................5.00 3.60 7 Z Rockstar (L.Quinonez) ...............................3.20

Ex: (9-5) 42.00, Qui: (5-9) 22.40, Tri:(9-5-7) 150.60, Spr: (9-5-7-3) 1,762.20

ȕ Win, Place, Show

Race 7

Race 1

5 Gleaming (Berry) ............... 5.20 2.80 2.40 2 Vertical Vision (Shepherd) .............3.40 3.00 6 Miss Natalie (L.Quinonez) ...........................2.80

Friday’s Track: Fast; Turf: Yielding Oklahoma Classics Night All OKB Races

$36,100, 7 Furlongs, T: 1:24.68

4 Cherokee Goddess (Cardoso) ........................... 33.80 8.20 5.80 11 Miss Daisy Do (Berry) ....................4.60 3.40 12 Shivam (Wethey) ........................................... 6.40

Ex: (4-11) 125.20, Qui: (4-11) 49.60, Tri: (4-1112) 1,428.20, Spr: (4-11-12-6) 4,145.40

Race 2

$40,000, 7 Furlongs, T: 1:23.89

10 Some Quick (B.McNeil) .83.40 33.60 18.20 3 Whistler’s Dream (Birzer) .............4.40 3.80 8 C’Em Blazin (Medina) ..................................11.00

Ex: (10-3) 628.00, Qui: (3-10) 223.00, Tri: (10-3-8) 10,494.60, Spr: (10-3-8-9) 76,542.20, DD: (4-10) 1,271.60

Race 3

$111,100, 6 Furlongs, T: 1:09.51

$113,700, 6 Furlongs, T:1:10.06

Ex: (5-2) 14.20, Qui: (2-5) 6.60, Tri: (5-2-6) 28.20, Spr: (5-2-6-7) 84.60

Race 8

145,000, 1 Mile 70, T: 1:42.10

1A She’s All In (Murphy) .........2.60 2.20 2.10 4 Okie Blonde (B.Quinonez).............4.00 3.00 6 Lesley Be Judged (B.McNeil) ..................... 4.40

Ex: (1-4) 18.80. Qui: (1-4) 19.80, Tri: (1-4-6) 82.40, Spr: (1-4-6-7) 308.40. Race 9 $114,350, 1 Mile (T), T: 1:38.31

7 Capture the Flag (L.Quinonez)......................29.00 11.00 5.40 4 Okie Slew (Murphy) ........................ 9.80 10.40 9 Concerned Okie (Birzer) ...............................7.80

Ex: (7-4) 371.20, Qui: (4-7) 348.20, Tri: (7-49) 15,302.00, Spr: (7-4-9-2) 26,431.60

4 Okie Ride (Wethey) ...........2.80 2.20 2.10 1 Rite to Rule (Berry) .........................5.00 2.80 3 Steal Your Face (L.Quinonez) .......................2.10

Race 10

Race 4

Ex: (6-3) 9.00, Qui: (6-3) 7.40, Tri: (6-3-4) 44.60, Spr: (6-3-4-2) 300.40, DD: (7-6) 111.40

Ex: (4-1) 24.80, Qui: (1-4) 24.80, Tri: (4-1-3) 34.00, Spr: (4-1-3-6) 128.20

$81,300, 6 Furlongs, 1:09.74

$165,800, 1 ¹⁄₁₆ Miles, T: 1:44.14

6 Ransom Roberto (Medina) 3.80 2.40 2.10 3 J J ‘s Indy (L.Quinonez) ...................3.40 2.40 4 Evansville Slew (Matz) ..................................3.40


Saturday, October 29, 2011

SERIES

OILERS

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it in the first and good-luck charm Allen Craig hit a goahead homer in the third. Picked by La Russa earlier in the day to start on short rest, Carpenter and the tireless St. Louis bullpen closed it out. “I wish everybody in the country could get to know these guys,” Craig said. “It’s unbelievable. I’m just glad to be a part of it.” No Rally Squirrel needed on this night, either. Fireworks and confetti rang out at Busch Stadium when Jason Motte retired David Murphy on a fly ball to end it. “We just kept playing,” Cardinals star Lance Berkman said. So, did he enjoy this exhilarating matchup? “Fun may not be the right word, but it’s fun now,” he said. The Cardinals were loose from the very beginning. “We were all in the clubhouse and we were a loose bunch of guys,” Motte said. “We were in there hanging out, dancing around, had music playing. We were all like that’s the way we win and that’s how we play the best and we came out we were able to do it today. It’s just amazing.” This marked the ninth straight time the home team had won Game 7 in the World Series. The wild-card Cardinals held that advantage over the AL West champions because the NL won the All-Star game — Texas could blame that on their own pitcher, C.J. Wilson, who took the loss in July. The Rangers, meanwhile, will spend the whole winter wondering how it all got away. Texas might dwell on it forever, in fact, at least until Nolan Ryan & Co. can reverse a World Series slide that started with last year’s five-game wipeout against San Francisco. Texas had not lost consecutive games since last August. These two defeats at Busch Stadium cost manager Ron Washington and the Rangers a chance to win their first title in the franchise’s 51-year history. “I just told them they’re champions, which I believe,” Washington said. “Someone has to win, someone has to lose and the Cardinals did it. ... They were the better team. They are the world champions. All we can do is come back next year and commit ourselves to it, like they did this year.” A year full of inspiring rallies and epic collapses was encapsulated in Game 6. Freese was the star, with a tying triple in the ninth and a winning home run in the 11th. His two RBIs in the clincher gave him a postseason record 21. The Cardinals won their first championship since 2006, and gave La Russa his third World Series title. By the time Yadier Molina drew a bases-loaded walk from starter Matt Harrison and Rafael Furcal was hit by a pitch from Wilson in relief, the crowd began to sense a championship was near. On this evening, all the stars aligned for St. Louis. Starting in place of injured Matt Holliday, Craig hit his third homer of the Series and made a leaping catch at the top of the left field wall. Molina made another strong throw to nail a stray runner. And Carpenter steeled himself to pitch into the seventh, every bit an ace.

were not thinking the game right.” Matt Summers scored two goals for the Thunder while former Oiler Aaron Davis scored shorthanded and had an assist. Two Thunder goals came on the power play. “We had a strategy we were going to follow and we did not follow it,” Ramsay said. “Wichita is a very skilled team. You just have to go over the roster and see the

guys that they have there. If you make mistakes like that they are going to hurt you.” Twenty minutes in penalty time caught up to the Oilers. “We took a lot of turnovers and a lot of penalties,” Ramsay said. “They capitalized on our turnovers and our power play. You can’t play against a skilled team in that sense. “It is a learning experience. We have to get back to when we were successful like last weekend. “We need to get pucks deep, cycle the puck, play hard and be physical and we

did not have that tonight.” A win would have given the Oilers their best start in nine years. After one period they seemed to be on their way as the defense got the Oilers off to a very efficient start, putting Tulsa up 2-0 on just five shots on goal. Just 4:59 into the game defenseman Luke Lucyk earned his first goal of the season with an unassisted power play from the point giving the Oilers a 1-0 lead. Sean Erickson then fired a wrist shot from the left circle at 9:51 for his second goal of the season.

Next Game: Saturday, BOK Center, Texas vs. Tulsa, 7:35 p.m. Ice Chips: Oilers scoring leader Patrik Levesque was placed on 14-day injured reserve with an upper body injury after last weekend’s games and was replaced by South Korean Ki Sung Sim who was signed just before Friday’s game. WICHITA 6, TULSA 2 Wichita 0 1 5 — 6 Tulsa 2 0 0 — 2 First Period: 1. Tulsa, Lucyk 1 (unassisted) 4:59 (pp); 2. Tulsa, Erickson 2 (Sprague, Bell) 9:51; Penalties: Wichita, Sawyer (roughing) 4:04. Tulsa, Bell (interference) 12:44. Tulsa, Rigtrup (hooking)

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Owasso downs Sandites on late field goal ••Sailing•boots•an• 6A: NO. 7 OWASSO 47, SAND SPRINGS 44 18-yarder•with•10• coach• Bill• Patterson.• seconds•remaining.• 3:29•left. BY JON POTTS

World Correspondent

SAND• SPRINGS• —• Lane• Sailing•kicked•an•18-yard•field• goal• with• 10• seconds• left• to• lift• No.• 7• Owasso• past• Sand• Springs• 47-44• in• a• District• 6A-4• thriller• Friday• night• at• Memorial•Stadium. The• Rams• (6-3,• 5-1)• trailed• most• of• the• game• but• drew• even• when• Kason• Key• connected•with•Jaylen•Lowe•on•a• 10-yard•touchdown•pass•with•

That• score• came• one• play• after• Sand• Springs• appeared• to• have• registered• a• sack• on• fourth•down,•but•the•Sandites• were• whistled• for• a• personal• foul•to•give•the•Rams•a•second• chance. After• the• Owasso• touchdown,•Sand•Springs•(3-6,•2-4)• gave• up• the• ball• on• an• interception•by•Robbie•Lewis,•who• returned• it• 27• yards• to• the• Sandite•23-yard•line•with•1:50• remaining. “That’s• a• play• we• work• on• in•practice,”•said•Owasso•head•

“We• thought• Robbie• would• score• but• it• worked• out• better• that• he• didn’t• because• we• were• able• to• run• the• clock• down• and• kick• the• field• goal• at• the• end.” Owasso• drew• first• blood• after• Lowe• connected• with• Keon• Hatcher• on• a• 27-yard• touchdown• toss• at• the• 8:40• mark•of•the•first•period•on•the• game’s• initial• drive.• Hatcher• had• 13• catches• and• 196• total• yards•and•three•touchdowns. “Keon•is•a•stud,”•said•Patterson.• “He• makes• big• plays.• He•

really•got•us•started•tonight.” The• Sandites• took• a• 23-14• lead• at• the• half• on• a• 58-yard• scoring• run• by• Raymond• McLaurin• with• 2:02• left• second•quarter. Sand• Springs• opened• a• 3014•lead•with•9:53•remaining•in• the• third• quarter• when• Darrack• Harger• hooked• up• with• Cody• Hilderbrandt• on• a• 35yard•touchdown•pass. Lowe,• however,• returned• the• ensuing• kickoff• 78• yards• for• a• touchdown• to• get• the• Rams• back• within• 30-21• just• 22•seconds•later. Harger• pushed• the• advantage• to• 37-21• when• he• fired• a• 30-yard• touchdown• pass• to•

5A: COWETA 24, NO. 6 CENTRAL 21

5A: NO. 5 E. CENTRAL 57, GROVE 10

Pioneers rally, win in Stillwater BY JAMES POLING

World Correspondent

STILLWATER• —• Jerame• Littell• threw• seven• touchdowns• for• the• second• consecutive• week• as• he• rallied• the• Pioneers• from• a• halftime• deficit• for• a• 55-41• win• against•Bartlesville. Stillwater•trailed•through• the•first•half•and•didn’t•take• its• first• lead• until• 10:27• left• in•the•fourth•quarter.• Bartlesville• (2-7,• 1-5)• had• a• chance• to• tie• the• game• on• the• next• possession,• but• Stillwater’s• King• Williams• intercepted• Grant• Shoemaker’s• pass• and• returned• it•to•the•Bruin’s•8•yard•line.• Stillwater• (8-1,• 6-0)• scored• on• the• next• play• when• Jerame• Littell• hit• his• brother• Jon• for• a• touchdown. With• the• win,• Stillwater• moves•into•a•position•to•win• the• District• 6A-4• championship•if•it•beats•Union•next• Friday•at•Pioneer•Stadium. Bartlesville• started• the• second• half• with• a• 46-yard• touchdown•from•Jack•Wiseman,•but•struggled•to•throw• the• ball• with• only• 29• yards•

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World Correspondent

EAST CENTRAL 57, GROVE 10

passing•in•the•last•half. Stillwater• tied• the• game• in• the• third• quarter,• when• Hassel• caught• a• 13-yard• touchdown.• Littell,• Stillwaters’•all-time•passing•touchdown• leader,• has• 41• touchdowns•on•the•season. STILLWATER 54, BARTLESVILLE 41 Bartlesville 7 21 6 7 — 41 Stillwater 7 20 7 21 — 55 B: Hilger 11 pass from Shoemaker (Jacobs kick) S: Carter 3 run (Barbosa kick) B: Hunt 9 pass from Shoemaker (Jacobs kick) B: Nordic 47 run (Jacobs kick) S: Williams 30 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) S: Jon Littell 20 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) B: Shoemaker 1 run (Jacobs kick) S: Hassel 5 pass from Jerame Littell (kick blocked) B: Wiseman 46 run (PAT failed) S: Hassel 13 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) S: Hassel 35 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) S: Jon Littell 8 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) S: Hassel 16 pass from Jerame Littell (Barbosa kick) B: Nordic 5 pass from Shoemaker (Jacobs kick) BART STILL First Downs .......................... 21 24 Rushes-Yards ...............51-224 23-128 Passing Yards .................... 174 301 Comp-Att-INT...........15-30-2 18-31-0 Punts-Avg. ....................... 4-25 3-38 Fumbles-Lost .....................2-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards ..............9-80 7-70

6A: NO. 3 UNION 35, ENID 3

Coweta’s Hunter Raspberry catches a touchdown pass as Central’s Devanta Johnson (left) defends Friday night. Photos by JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World

Coweta upsets Central ••The•Tigers•clinch• a•postseason•spot.

••The•running•back• rushes•for•178•yards• and••3•touchdowns. BY DEAN CLARK

World Correspondent

BY KELLY HINES

World Sports Writer

Randall•Smith•delivered•the• plays•of•the•game•when•Coweta•needed•them•most. With• a• minute• left,• Smith• intercepted•a•pass•to•seal•a•2421•upset•victory•against•No.•6• Central•in•District•5A-4•action• at•S.E.•Williams•Stadium. “They• scored• a• touchdown• on• that• same• exact• play• on• me,•and•I•knew•it•was•coming• again,”•Smith•said.•“I•just•went• and•got•the•ball.” With•the•win,•the•Tigers•(54,• 4-2)• clinched• a• spot• in• the• postseason. Said•coach•Bubba•Burcham:• “I• told• our• guys,• ‘Playoffs• start• now.• We• have• to• fight• for•it.•We•can’t•lose•any•more• games.’ ” Central• (7-2,• 4-2)• saw• its• district-title• hopes• slip• away.• After•leading•21-10•at•halftime,• the•Braves•were•shut•down•in• the•second•half. “The• defense• stepped• up• and• played• exceptional• against• a• very• fast• offense,”• Burcham• said.• “I• give• Tulsa• Central•a•lot•of•credit•because• they’re• a• stinking• tough• football•team.” The•teams•traded•defensive• punches• in• a• scoreless• first• quarter•before•Coweta•got•on• the•scoreboard•with•a•32-yard• field•goal•from•Caleb•Thomas.• On•the•ensuing•kickoff,•speedster• Kejuan• Daniels• eluded• the•Tigers•for•a•74-yard•touchdown. In• the• final• two• minutes• of• the• first• half,• Central• scored• twice•and•Coweta•once. With• quarterback• Hayden• Holmes• limited• by• strep• throat,• the• Tigers• looked•

Healthy Holmes leads Union romp

Central’s Terry Finch scored a touchdown Friday. COWETA 24, CENTRAL 21 Coweta 0 10 7 7 — 24 Central 0 21 0 0 — 21 CO: Thomas 32 FG CE: Daniels 74 kick return (Barre kick) CE: Finch 10 run (Barre) CO: Raspberry 30 pass from Holmes (Thomas kick) CE: Brewer 60 pass from Harper (Barre kick) CO: Smith 5 run (Thomas kick) CO: Smith 41 run (Thomas kick) CO CE First Downs ........................... 10 7 Rushes-Yards ................45-142 33-123 Passing Yards .....................105 97 Comp-Att-Int.............. 10-16-0 5-15-1 Punts-Avg .....................7-41.43 6-36.17 Fumbles-Lost ....................... 2-1 2-2 Penalties-Yards ............... 6-60 10-90

elsewhere• for• playmakers• in• the• second• half• —• and• Smith• responded• with• two• touchdowns. “We’ve• been• waiting• for• it• to• happen,”• Burcham• said.• “We•knew•he•had•the•abilities.• We’re• just• really• glad• that• he• rose•to•the•occasion.” After• rushing• for• only• 5• yards• in• the• first• half,• Smith• spent• the• remainder• of• the• evening• pounding• the• hardnosed• Braves• defense• for• short• yardage.• His• lone• long•

run• was• the• winning• touchdown,•when•he•burst•through• the•middle•for•a•41-yard•spurt. “I• just• wanted• to• come• out• here• and• win,”• he• said.• “I• played•my•hardest•and•so•did• my•teammates.” Smith• finished• with• 100• rushing•yards. Kelly Hines 918-581-8452 kelly.hines@tulsaworld.com

respectively.• Union• finished•with•308•yards•on•the• ground•on•36•attempts. Senior• Hunter• Boeken• again• went• all• the• way• at• quarterback• in• place• of• injured• starter• Hunter• Atyia.• Boeken• hit• 6-of-13• passes• but• had• two• long• balls• dropped.•His•final•pass•connected•with•Taylor•Foote•for• a•77-yard•bomb•for•a•score. Union’s• defense• gave• up• just•19•yards•on•34•running• plays.• Enid• managed• minus-4• yards• in• total• offense• in•the•second•half. “The• guys• up• front• on• defense•were•just•outstanding• and• it’s• exciting• to• see• our• linebackers• play• like• that•against•the•run,”•Union• coach•Kirk•Fridrich•said.•

Union• dominated• the• line• of• scrimmage• offensively• and• defensively• in• a• workmanlike• 35-3• victory• over•Enid•in•a•District•6A-4• matchup• Friday• night• at• Union•Tuttle•Stadium. The• three-time• defending•state•champions,•ranked• third• in• Class• 6A,• are• 8-1• overall• and• 5-1• in• district• games.•Enid•falls•to•2-7•and• 2-4. Union•relied•on•its•ground• game• early• with• Kendall• Holmes•gaining•big•yardage• through• big• holes.• Holmes• UNION 35, ENID 3 0 3 0 0 — 3 has• been• slowed• by• inju- Enid Union 7 14 7 7 — 35 ries•much•of•the•season•but• U: Holmes 2 run (Butler kick) looked•healthy•Friday.• U: Holmes 9 run (Butler kick) He• gained• 156• yards• and• U: Holmes 18 run (Butler kick) FG, Ponce 38 scored• three• touchdowns• E: U: Bowler 12 run (Butler kick) on•11•carries•in•the•first•half.• U: Foote 77 pass from Boeken (MazarHe• added• another• 22• yards• iegos kick) Enid Union on•two•carries•at•the•start•of• First Downs ........................... 9 18 the•third•period•before•leav- Rushes-Yards ................ 34-19 36-308 Passing Yards .....................89 121 ing•the•game•for•good. ...............7-13-0 6-13-0 Backups• Javon• Bowler• Comp-Att-Int Punts-Avg ....................6-30.5 1-38.0 and• LeRoy• Output Dunkelberger• On: October Fumbles-Lost 14, 2011 2:44 PM ....................2-0 3-1 11-100 gained• 55• and• 69• yards,• Penalties-Yards ...............3-15

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Grove 0 0 0 10 — 10 East Central 7 29 14 7 — 57 EC: Gibson 34 pass from McDavid (Mora kick) EC: Brown 1 run (Mora kick) EC: Brown 7 run (Adair run) EC: Brown 4 run (Mora kick) EC: Youngblood 14 pass from McDavid (Mora kick) EC: Brown 67 run (Mora kick) EC: Brown 1 run (Mora kick) G: FG, Krause 37 EC: Neal 70 run (Mora kick) G: Summerfield 12 pass from Spychalski (Krause kick) Grove EC First downs......................14 20 Rushes-Yards ..........43-118 28-361 Passing Yards ................ 83 189 Comp-Att-Int..........8-17-0 12-17-0 Punts-Avg. ...............7-32.9 1-34.0 Fumbles-Lost ...............0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards .........2-20 5-55

Owasso 7 7 15 18 — 47 Sand Springs 7 16 14 7 — 44 O: Hatcher 27 pass from Lowe (Sailing kick) SS: McLaurin 2 run (Swearingen kick) SS: FG, Swearingen 31 SS: Hilderbrandt 12 pass from Harger (kick failed) O: Hatcher 20 pass from Key (Sailing kick) SS: McLaurin 53 run (Swearingen kick) SS: Hilderbrandt 35 pass from Harger (Swearingen kick) O: Lowe 78 kickoff return (Sailing kick) SS: Hale 30 pass from Harger (Swearingen kick) O: Hatcher 17 pass from Key (Hatcher pass from Lowe) SS: McLaurin 14 run (Swearingen kick) O: Burd 6 pass from Key (Gallagher pass from Key) O: Lowe 10 pass from Key (Sailing kick) O: FG, Sailing 18 Owasso SS First Downs .................... 22 27 Rushes-Yards ..........30-121 32-159 Passing Yards ...............271 308 Comp-Att-Int....... 21-32-0 21-30-2 Punts-Avg ................1-30.0 2-14.0 Fumbles-Lost ................. 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards .........4-50 4-46

6A: NO. 6 STILLWATER 55, BARTLESVILLE 41

Central offense rolls over Grove

It• was• senior• night• at• East• Side• Sports• Complex• on• Friday• night• and• East• Central’s• Marquis• Brown• made•sure•his•last•regularseason• home• game• would• be•one•to•remember. Brown,•a•senior•tailback,•• scored• five• touchdowns,• including• three• in• the• s e c o n d• q u a rter,• and• r a c k e d• up• 181• r u s h i n g• y a r d s ,• p a c i n g• Brown fifthr a n k e d• East•Central•to•a•57-10•decision• over• Grove• in• District• 5A-4.• Grove• falls• to• 3-6,•1-5. In• all,• East• Central• (8-1,• 5-1)•rolled•up•361•yards•on• the• ground• and• 550• yards• of•total•offense. Malachi• Neal• matched• Brown’s• big• night.• He• logged• 181• rushing• yards,• including•a•70-yard•fourthquarter•touchdown. Brown• hit• double-digit• yards•on•four•of•his•five•runs• during• a• first-half• stretch,• finishing• with• his• first• touchdown• of• the• night• —• a• 1-yard• vault• into• the• end• zone•that•gave•East•Central• a• 13-0• edge• with• 10:31• to• play•before•halftime. Brown•scored•three•times• in• the• second• period• and• John•McDavid•polished•off• the• quarter• by• finding• Deontre• Youngblood• in• the• back•corner•of•the•end•zone• to•give•the•Cards•a•36-0•lead• just•before•intermission. “Once•we•got•rolling,•we• rolled,”• said• East• Central• coach•Travis•Hill•of•his•offense.• “It• took• us• a• couple• of• series• to• adjust• to• what• they• were• doing• because• Grove•has•some•good•players•inside.•But•we•adjusted• and•got•on•a•roll.” After• being• forced• to• punt•on•their•opening•possession,• McDavid• opened• the• Cardinals’• scoring• by• connecting• with• Damian• Gibson•over•the•middle•on• a•short•pass.•Gibson•did•the• rest,• breaking• four• tackles•on•his•way•to•a•34-yard• scoring•reception•and•a•7-0• East•Central•lead. At• halftime,• East• Central• observed• 83• seconds• of• silence• in• memory• of• junior• kicker• Josh• Forgione,• who• passed• away• earlier• in• the• week.••Forgione•wore•No.•83.

Cody•Hale•with•4:14•to•play•in• the•third•period. Owasso• responded• yet• again.• Hatcher• caught• a• 17yard• touchdown• pass• from• Key.• Hatcher• then• added• the• 2-point• conversion• to• make• the• score• 37-29• at• the• 2:32• mark•of•the•third•quarter. McLaurin,• however• found• the• end• zone• again,• this• time• from• 14• yards• out,• to• make• it• 44-29•with•10:42•remaining•in• the•game. Key• threw• a• 6-yard• touchdown• pass• to• Jake• Burd• and• then•Key•found•Matt•Gallagher• on• the• 2-point• conversion• to•get•the•Rams•within•44-37• with•6:50•left.

OWASSO 47, SAND SPRINGS 44


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4A: NO. 4 OKC DOUGLASS 33, NO. 9 GLENPOOL 30

Glenpool falls in thriller against Douglass alive for Stevens. Adkins scored on runs of 66 and 62 yards. The second came after Josh Smith recovered a Douglass fumble early in the third quarter. Adkins’ 62-yard score and Colby Meece’s extra point put the Warriors in front 21-20, but Douglass went 63 yards on its ensuing possession for the go-ahead score by Compton on a 1-yard run

BY MIKE BROWN

World Sports Writer

GLENPOOL — The Glenpool Warriors used big plays to score most of their points Friday, but defending Class 4A champion OKC Douglass just kept grinding. The fourth-ranked Trojans used their depth and wishbone offense to wear down the Warriors 33-30 in a key District 4A-2 football game. Receiver/running back Dior Smiley scored three times and quarterback Chris Compton accounted for three scores as Douglass overcame two crosscountry touchdowns by Alton Adkins, Glenpool magic in the passing game and a Warrior squad that almost wouldn’t die. Trailing 33-21, the Warriors raced 80 yards to trim the margin with 1:30 left on Jake Ramos’ 12-yard pass to Connor Ferrell. On the preceding play, Ramos threw 35 yards to Andre Seymore, who lateraled to Adkins, who ran it 33 more yards to the Douglass 12.

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Leading 33-28 after the Ramos-to-Ferrell touchdown, Douglass recovered the ensuing onside kick, but the Trojans weren’t out of the woods. On fourth down, Compton ran 44 yards the wrong way to concede a safety and the Trojans kicked from their 35 after an unsportsmanlike penalty against the Warriors. Seymore fair caught the free kick at the 19 and only two seconds remained. Ramos threw a short pass to Ferrell, who lateraled to Drake Stevens, who lateraled back to Ferrell on a play covering 50 yards before Ferrell was tackled at the Douglass 31, and the game was over. “I’m glad they didn’t have one more big play in them,” Douglass coach Willis Alex-

OKC DOUGLASS 33, GLENPOOL 30

Glenpool’s Drake Stevens crumples to the field as time runs out during Friday’s 33-30 loss to Oklahoma City Douglass. MICHAEL WYKE/Tulsa World

ander said. Douglass (7-2, 5-1) gave Glenpool its first league loss and moved into position to clinch the District 4A-2 title in next week’s final regular-

season game at Cleveland. Glenpool (5-4, 5-1) can clinch a first-round home playoff game with a win over Harrah. Big plays kept Glenpool in the game. Ramos threw 41

yards to Stevens for a score on the game’s third play. Compton, doubling in the Douglass secondary, tried to swat the ball down, but succeeded only in keeping it

OKC Douglass 14 6 6 7 — 33 Glenpool 14 0 7 9 — 30 G: Stevens 41 pass from Ramos (Meece kick) D: Smiley 46 pass from Compton (Zuniga kick) D: Smiley 2 run (Zuniga kick) G: Adkins 66 run (Meece kick) D: Compton 1 run (kick blocked) G: Adkins 62 run (Meece kick) D: Compton 1 run (run failed) D: Smiley 40 run (Zuniga kick) G: Ferrell 12 pass from Ramos (Meece) G: Safety. Compton runs out of back of end zone. D G First Downs .......................... 14 7 Rushing yardage .........52-199 19-119 Passing yardage ............... 106 178 Passes.............................. 5-7-0 6-9-0 Punts ...............................3-31.8 6-36.2 Fumbles Lost...........................1 0 Yards Penalized..............6-40 4-40

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5A: COLLINSVILLE 31, MEMORIAL 21

Collinsville wins, gets playoff spot • Offense carried the Cardinals, says their head coach. BY JOSH HARDING

World Correspondent

Collinsville clinched a playoff berth by defeating Memorial 31-21 at LaFortune Stadium on Friday. “That’s all we’ve been talking about all week long,” said Collinsville coach Kevin Jones. “Our kids knew what they had to do and we knew Memorial would challenge us, but they got it done.” Collinsville (4-4, 3-2) used a solid rushing attack to sustain long drives and keep an explosive Memorial offense off the field. “Our offense carried us tonight,” Jones said. Sophomore Keenan Pretty led Collinsville with 26 carries for 140 yards. Pretty scored three touchdowns. “He’s really come on these last two weeks and shown us he’s someone we can count on,” Jones said. Quarterback Derick Ianopolo also came up big, carrying 22 times for 85 yards. He scored after appearing to be bottled up by several Memorial defenders, but slipped into the end zone. Ianopolo also had an ef-

ficient night passing the ball. He completed 10-of-14 passes for 113 yards. Hunter West was a change of pace for Collinsville. West sealed the game late in the fourth quarter, when Collinsville was up 28-21 and facing a third down and 7. West’s 12-yard run for a first down allowed his team to run off most of the clock. Memorial fought hard to keep the game within reach. Quarterback Calvin Rosenthal completed 12-of17 passes for 130 yards and two touchdown passes. Travoir Walker led Memorial with 115 yards on 17 carries. Memorial (3-5, 1-4) travels to Skiatook next week, while Collinsville hosts Bishop Kelley. COLLINSVILLE 31, MEMORIAL 21 Memorial 0 7 7 7 — 21 Claremore 0 14 7 10 — 31 C: Pretty 4 run (Nolson kick) C: Pretty 2 run (Nolson kick) M: Rathod 16 pass from Rosenthal (Nichols kick) C: Ianopolo 4 run (Nolson kick) M: Rosenthal 34 run (Nichols kick) C: Pretty 1 run (Nolson kick) M: Ortiz 20 from Rosenthal (Nichols kick) C: FG, Nolson 26 MHS CHS First Downs ................................12 24 Rushes-Yards ....................26-195 56-254 Passing Yards .........................130 113 Comp-Att-Int.....................12-17-1 10-14-1 Punts-Avg ..............................2-39 1-15 Fumbles-Lost ...........................2-2 2-1 Penalties-Yards ....................7-58 4-35

3A: NO. 9 BEGGS 54, CHECOTAH 47

Beggs survives big Checotah rally • The host Demons had never defeated the Wildcats. BY TYLER PALMATEER World Correspondent

BEGGS — Surviving a furious rally from Checotah, Beggs clinched the District 3A-7 championship Friday with a 54-47 win. The win was the Demons’ first over the Wildcats, including a 21-20 Checotah win last year, the first time the teams had played since 1985. After a first quarter scoring burst of 27 points, snaring a 19-point halftime lead and holding a 26-point third quarter lead, Beggs (8-1, 5-0) received a serious test from the Wildcats and remained up only a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Beggs appeared to be headed for victory until Checotah quarterback Baylor Butler completed 16-of20 passes in the third quarter and jump-started the Wildcat point attack. Checotah (7-1, 4-1) scored five of the game’s last seven

touchdowns and put a huge scare into the Demons. Beggs tailback Chris Baccus rushed for 212 yards and ran for three touchdowns. The Demons rushed for 401 total yards. Checotah was equally sharp in its passing game, which helped spur its rally in the second half, as it passed for 367 yards. BEGGS 54, CHECOTAH 47 Checotah 6 8 19 14 — 47 Beggs 27 6 7 14 — 54 B: Hamilton 4 run (Harvey kick) C: Mann 4 run (kicked failed) B: Hamilton 46 run (McCall run) B: Pennel 22 pass from Hamilton (run failed) B: Baccus 11 run (kick failed) B: Baccus 26 run (kick failed) C: Mann 15 pass from Knight (West pass from Knight) B: Baccus 1 run (Harvey kick) C: Owens 17 pass from Butler (kick failed) C: Mann 2 run (pass failed) C: Mann 8 run (Campbell kick) B: Hamilton 42 run (Harvey kick) C: Owens 70 pass from Butler (Campbell kick) B: Hamilton 10 run (Harvey kick) C: Owens 66 pass from Butler (Campbell kick) C B First downs.................................17 17 Rushes- Yards................... 24- 86 44- 401 Passing Yards .........................367 101 Comp-Att-Int..................27-49-2 6-15-1 Punts- Avg.........................4- 20.1 1-32 Fumbles- Lost .........................2-0 1-1 Penalties- Yards ................ 10-80 9-65

Jenks’ Trey’Vonne Barr’e hurdles defenders on a rush against Broken Arrow on Friday night. Photos by JEFF LAUTENBERGER/Tulsa World

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that was returned by Damian Howard 23 yards for a touchdown with 8:37 left. Jenks (7-2, 5-1) had two more possessions, but didn’t seriously threaten to score as it was without tailback Trey’Vonne Barr’e, who suffered a sprained ankle in the third quarter. Barr’e had 21 carries for 221 yards. Special teams were a huge factor in the game as Copelin forced and returned Barr’e’s fumbled punt 48 yards for a TD with three minutes left in the second quarter to boost Broken Arrow’s lead to 17-7. “We fumbled a punt and they ran it back, they blocked a punt and they ran it back and they blocked a field goal,” Jenks coach Allan Trimble said. “That’s a 17-point potential turnaround there. We talked about that and that’s really disappointing. “But give credit to Broken Arrow’s kids. They gave it a tremendous effort. They played super hard and deserved everything they got.” Jenks opened the game with an 85-yard drive that was ignited by Barr’e’s 36yard run and capped by Derek Brumble’s 23-yard TD scamper. Broken Arrow notched the tying TD as quarterback Zack Mills raced 36 yards to the end zone after Copelin’s 42-yard catch. Mills rushed for 102 yards and passed for 125 yards. The Tigers took a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter on Ross Moore’s 36-yard field goal. Jenks missed a chance to tie the game when Cre Moore blocked Kevin King’s 19-yard field goal. That was soon followed by Copelin’s TD return. “Cre basically threw it into my hands — he scooped it and up, bobbled it and it landed right in my hands,” Copelin said. Barr’e returned the ensuing kickoff 80 yards to the 16. That set up Hunter Collins’ 3-yard TD toss to Brandon

Jenks’ Brandon Waggoner celebrates after a touchdown reception against Broken Arrow.

Waggoner with two minutes left in the first half as Jenks cut its deficit to 17-14. Broken Arrow, however, executed a superb two-minute drill and scored on Mills’ 16-yard pass to Zac Veatch on a tight-end screen with 25 seconds left for a 24-14 halftime lead. “We put that play in this week, but I wasn’t sure we were going to use it,” Veatch said. The Tigers had lost eight in a row against Jenks dating back to 2003. BROKEN ARROW 31, JENKS 21 Jenks 7 7 7 0 — 21 Broken Arrow 7 17 0 7 — 31 J: Brumble 23 run (King kick) BA: Mills 36 run (Moore kick) BA: FG Moore 36 BA: Copelin 48 fumble return (Moore kick) J: Waggoner 3 pass from Collins (King kick) BA: Veatch 16 pass from Mills (Moore kick) J: Barr’e 46 run (King kick) BA: Howard 23 blocked punt return (Moore kick) Jenks BA First Downs ................................13 17 Rushes-Yards ................... 37-270 41-201 Passing Yards ...........................65 137 Comp-Att-Int.................... 11-19-2 10-15-1 Punts-Avg ...........................4-27.0 4-34.5 Fumbles-Lost ............................2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards ....................5-45 3-30

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SCOREBOARD ȕȕ Classȕ6A

Thursday Westmoore 55, Mustang 42 Friday Bixby 55, Ponca City 46 Broken Arrow 31, Jenks 21 Del City 42, OKC Grant 0 Edmond Santa Fe 31, Edmond North 21 Lawton 38, Putnam City 35 Midwest City 42, Lawton Ike 16 Norman 35, Muskogee 27 Norman North 52, Ed. Memorial 14 Owasso 47, Sand Springs 44 Putnam North 35, Moore 28, 2OT Sapulpa 69, Putnam West 0 Southmoore 63, Shawnee 13 Stillwater 55, Bartlesville 41 Union 35, Enid 3 Yukon 70, Choctaw 27

ȕȕ Classȕ5A

Thursday McAlester 80, Hale 19 Lawton Mac 67, OKC Capitol Hill 7 Friday Ada 56, Noble 15 Carl Albert 35, Edmond Deer Creek 0 Chickasha 28, Altus 9 Claremore 34, Tahlequah 6 Collinsville 31, Memorial 21 Coweta 24, Central 21 Duncan 23, Ardmore 20 Durant 36, OKC Northwest 20 East Central 57, Grove 10 El Reno 44, OKC Southeast 12 Guthrie 48, Western Heights 0 Kelley 41, Skiatook 16 Pryor 41, Edison 7

ȕȕ Classȕ4A

Thursday Hilldale 32, Webster 0 Friday Catoosa 49, Vinita 0 Clinton 50, Elk City 21 Cushing 41, Santa Fe South 10 Fort Gibson 59, Poteau 56 Harrah 36, Cleveland 31 Jay 40, Oologah 30 Miami 42, Mannford 0 Muldrow 38, Stilwell 28 OKC Douglass 33, Glenpool 30 OKC McGuinness 56, Cache 0 Piedmont 51, Guymon 0 Sallisaw 28, Broken Bow 7 Tecumseh 20, McLoud 16 Wagoner 48, McLain 0 Woodward 21, Elgin 10

ȕȕ Classȕ3A

Thursday Kingfisher 35, OKC Centennial 0 Mustang JV 55, Purcell 42 Weatherford 40, OKC Marshall 24 Friday Anadarko 49, Tuttle 0 Beggs 54, Checotah 47 Berryhill 42, Nowata 14 Blanchard 34, Marlow 19 Bridge Creek 38, Riverside 0 Cascia Hall 35, Sperry 0 Chandler 33, Bethel 20 Cl. Sequoyah 40, Locust Grove 7 Dewey 56, Blackwell 14 Idabel 34, Eufaula 32 Keys 44, Henryetta 16 Lone Grove 16, Dickson 15 Metro Christian 50, Inola 8 OKC Heritage Hall 55, Bethany 10 Pauls Valley 48, Sulphur 14 Perkins-Tryon 26, Bristow 20

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Plainview 28, Madill 21 Prague 41, Little Axe 21 Roland 38, Okmulgee 8 Seminole 61, Hugo 6 Spiro 23, Atoka 7 Stigler 13, Valliant 12 Tah. Sequoyah 55, Westville 34 Verdigris 46, Kellyville 27 Victory Christian 40, Star Spencer 8

ȕȕ Classȕ2A

Friday Adair 59, Salina 14 Caney Valley 28, Chouteau 22 Christian Heritage 43, Luther 14 Coalgate 58, Antlers 0 Comanche 54, OKC St. Mary 21 Commerce 24, Kansas 6 Hartshorne 27, Talihina 21 Heavener 28, Panama 14 Hennessey 49, Watonga 14 Hobart 56, Walters 12 Holdenville 42, Mounds 21 Jones 64, Crooked Oak 0 Ketchum 33, Quapaw 26 Kingston 27, Marietta 21 Lincoln Christian 42, Pawnee 17 Lindsay 48, Frederick 36 Meeker 43, Lexington 13 Morris 35, Haskell 21 Newkirk 23, Chelsea 7 OKC Millwood 58, OKC Northeast 6 Oklahoma Christian 38, Alva 21 Perry 37, Tonkawa 14 Pioneer 20, Chisholm 16 Stroud 53, Okemah 14 Tishomingo 48, Konawa 14 Vian 56, Wilburton 0 Washington, Okla. 54, Cordell 22 Woodland 14, Pawhuska 12 Wyandotte 20, Colcord 14

ȕȕ ClassȕA

Friday Afton 47, Porter 8 Carnegie 42, Snyder 12 Cashion 66, Wellston 14 Crescent 49, Hinton 14 Dibble 42, Stratford 14 Drumright 34, Barnsdall 20 Elmore City 52, Wilson 0 Fairview 38, Beaver 7 Foyil 34, Fairland 0 Glenpool JV at Hulbert Gore 58, Sallisaw Central 14 Hominy 32, Yale 28 Hooker 52, Oklahoma Bible 21 Mangum 48, Burns Flat 0 Minco 21, Okeene 6 Mooreland 35, Turpin 0 Morrison 47, Liberty 6 Ringling 63, Healdton 0 Rush Springs 55, Maysville 6 Savanna 45, Haileyville 7 Sayre 39, Apache 34 Thomas 16, Texhoma 8 Velma-Alma 28, Empire 20 Waurika 45, Bray-Doyle 6 Wayne 47, Wynnewood 42 Wewoka 23, Warner 8 Saturday Lighthouse Christian, Mo. at Oklahoma Union

ȕȕ ClassȕB

Friday Agra 33, Copan 24 Alex 44, Bowlegs 32 Caddo 36, Wetumka 8 Canton 33, Ringwood 13 Cherokee 38, Merritt 6 Cyril 54, Edmond OCA 6 Davenport 76, Marlow Central 29 Dewar 88, Allen 46

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ADAIR 59, SALINA 14 Adairȕȕ ȕ ȕ 13ȕ 13ȕ 19ȕ 14ȕ—ȕ 59ȕ Salinaȕȕ ȕ ȕ 8ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 6ȕ—ȕ 14 A: Bradbury 6 run (D.Rosebrough kick) S: Gann 3 pass from Backward (Backward pass to Harvey) A: Woolman 3 run (kick blocked) A: Fraley 10 run (run failed) A: Bradbury 1 run (D.Rosebrough kick) A: Bradbury 23 run (kick failed) A: Woolman 59 run (kick blocked) A: Bradbury 69 punt return (D.Rosebrough kick) A: Bradbury 8 run (kick failed) S: Gann 14 fumble return (run failed) A: H.Rosebrough 83 run (H.Rosebrough run)

BIXBY 55, PONCA CITY 46 Bixby 14 7 21 13 — 55 Ponca City 14 14 7 11 — 46 PC: Ewing 56 pass from Wilson (Wilkinson kick) B: Blair 42 pass from Eckert (Briggs kick) PC: Parr 18 pass from Wilson (Wilkinson kick) B: Jennings 3 pass from Eckert (Briggs kick) PC: Parr 28 pass from Wilson (Wilkinson kick) B: Fraley 36 pass from Eckert (Briggs kick) PC: Wilson 5 run (Wilkinson kick) B: Blair 17 pass from Eckert (Briggs kick) B: Eckert 1 run (Briggs kick) PC: Didlack 4 pass from Wilson (Wilkinson kick) B: Gonderman 51 run (Briggs kick) PC: FG, 22 Wilkinson B: Gonderman 5 run (Briggs kick) PC: Ewing 26 from Wilson (Wilson pass to Wilson) B: Blair 52 pass from Eckert (kick failed)

CANEY VALLEY 28, CHOUTEAU 22 Chouteauȕȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 16ȕ 6ȕ—ȕ 22ȕ CaneyȕValleyȕ ȕ 7ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ 14ȕ—ȕ 28 CV: J.Ward 1 run (J.Lunamoya kick) CV: L.Farris fumble recovery in endzone (J.Junamoya kick) Ch: Callis 14 run (Callis run) Ch: Vance 7 run (Couch pass to Oberg) CV: W.Berwaldt 4 run (kick failed) Ch: Vance 2 run (run failed) CV: J.Ward 1 run (J.Ward run)

CASCIA HALL 35, SPERRY 0 Sperry 0 0 0 0 — 0 Cascia Hall 7 14 7 7 — 35 C: Sherwood 1 run (Testa kick) C: Bass 3 run (Testa kick) C: McQuaters 15 run (Testa kick) C: Mason 12 run (Testa kick) C: Moellers 43 interception (Testa kick)

CATOOSA 49, VINITA 0 Catoosaȕ ȕ ȕ 21ȕ 14ȕ 14ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 49ȕ Vinitaȕȕ ȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 0 C: Scheulen 38 run (Barnett kick) C: Scheulen 3 run (Barnett kick) C: Harrison 3 run (Barnett kick) C: Scheulen 15 run (Barnett kick) C: Scheulen 1 run (Barnett kick) C: Harrison 26 run (Barnett kick) C: Blish 40 interception return (Bar-

ȕȕ ClassȕC

Friday Arkoma 46, Bokoshe 0 Bluejacket 66, Cl. Christian 20 Boise City 54, Goodwell-Yarbrough 6 Community Christian 44, Midway 16 Covington-Douglas 48, Coyle 42 Forgan 42, Balko 0 Grandfield 34, Duke 14 Mountain View 72, Cement 38 Rejoice Christian 49, SW Covenant 0 Sharon-Mutual 48, Tyrone 0 Shattuck 47, Waynoka 0 Strother 72, Prue 30 SW Christian 58, Thackerville 32 Temple 46, Corn Bible 0 Timberlake 45, Medford 6 Tipton 64, Ryan 28 Waukomis 60, Carney 12 Webbers Falls 62, Maud 6

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Thursday OSD 49, Arkansas SD 24 NOAH 36, Union JV 32 Friday Destiny Christian 58, Life Christian 12 OKC Casady 26, Holland Hall 13 OKC Patriots at Word of Life Sunrise Chr., Kan. at Regent Prep Windsor Hills 70, Steelville, Mo. 14 R: Robertson 13 run (Roberts kick) R: Meadors 4 run (Roberts kick R: Meadors 64 run (Roberts kick) O: James 66 punt return (Skinner pass to Mariano) R: FG, Roberts 23 R: Meadors 6 run (Roberts kick) R: Fincher 68 pass from Robertson (Roberts kick)

SAPULPA 69, PUTNAM WEST 0

BERRYHILL 42, NOWATA 14 Nowata 0 0 7 7 — 14 Berryhill 21 21 0 0 — 42 B: Z.Jackson 1 run (J.Jackson kick) B: Smith 43 pass from Z.Jackson (J.Jackson kick) B: Dolan 5 run (J.Jackson kick) B: Dolan 13 run (J.Jackson kick) B: Dolan 19 run (J.Jackson kick) B: Dolan 65 run (J.Jackson kick) N: Lewis 40 pass from Steigerwalk (Bartholomew kick) N: Stark 33 pass from Steigerwalk (Bartholomew kick)

Fox 54, Macomb 0 Gans 39, Keota 24 Laverne 50, Geary 0 Oaks 60, Summit Christian 14 Paoli 68, Sasakwa 34 Pond Creek-Hunter 59, Garber 14 Seiling 54, Kremlin-Hillsdale 14 S. Coffeyville 24, Wesleyan Chr. 22 Victory Life 52, Canadian 38 Welch 58, Depew 46 Weleetka 52, Cave Springs 6

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CL. SEQUOYAH 40, LOCUST GROVE 7 Cl.ȕSequoyahȕ ȕ 17ȕ 23ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 40ȕ LocustȕGroveȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 7 CS: Bickford 33 run (Inman kick) CS: FG, Inman 34 CS: Moniz 16 run (Green run) CS: Green 5 run (kick failed) CS: Green 70 interception retrun (Inman kick) CS: FG, Inman 34 LG: Whit 2 run (Baker kick)

CUSHING 41, SANTA FE SOUTH 10 Cushingȕ ȕ ȕ 13ȕ 14ȕ 14ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 41ȕ SantaȕFeȕSouthȕ 3ȕ 0ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 10 C: Bingham Hightower 1 run (kick failed) S: FG Adrian Olivas 36 C: Dawson Myers 4 run (Brett Helm kick) C: Myers 48 run (kick failed) C: Kyle Knight 33 pass from Hightower (Cole McKnight pass from Hightower) C: Coday Reneau 2 run (Helm kick) S: Albert Jones 25 pass from Ivan Zavala (Olivas kick) C: Myers 61 run (Helm kick)

FOYIL 34, FAIRLAND 0 Foyil 0 20 14 0 — 34 Fairland 0 0 0 0 — 0 Fo: Sanders 8 run (run failed) Fo: Sanders 13 run (pass failed) Fo: Sanders 20 run (Sanders run) Fo: Wood 8 run (Sanders kick) Fo: Smith 14 run (Sanders kick)

HARRAH 36, CLEVELAND 31 Clevelandȕȕ ȕ 6ȕ 12ȕ 6ȕ 7ȕ—ȕ 31ȕ Harrahȕ ȕ ȕ 7ȕ 15ȕ 7ȕ 7ȕ—ȕ 36 H: Jake Queen 60 pass from Eddie Reynolds (Dylan Stephens kick) C: Eric Delay 10 pass from Chas Stallard (kick failed) C: Delay 5 pass from Stallard (run failed) H: Reynolds 1 run (Brendon McDonald run) H: Reynolds 1 run (Stephens kick) C: Delay 95 kick return (kick failed) H: McDonald 13 run (Stephens kick) C: Delay 22 pass from Stallard (pass failed) H: Reynolds 1 run (Stephens kick) C: Stallard 1 run (Josh Casebolt kick)

KELLEY 41, SKIATOOK 16 Kelley 21 7 7 6 — 41 Skiatook 3 0 0 13 — 16 K: McGuire 21 pass from Walton (Sidiki kick) K: Morris 13 run (Sidiki kick)

S: FG, Gillman 29 K: Morris 45 run (Sidiki kick) K: McGuire 7 run (Sidiki kick) K: Walton 3 run (Sidiki kick) K: McGuire 14 pass from Walton (kick failed) S: Gillman 60 pass from Binkley (Gillman kick) S: Hinson 8 run (run failed)

LINCOLN CHRISTIAN 42, PAWNEE 17 Lincoln 14 14 7 7 — 42 Pawnee 3 0 0 14 — 17 LC: Simmons 5 run (Simmons run) P: FG, Nicolet 26 LC: Simmons 32 pass from Grauer (kick failed) LC: Evans 13 from Grauer (Green kick) LC: Flewellen 25 run (Green kick) LC: Simmons 7 run (Green kick) P: Brewer 4 run (Nicolet kick) LC: Evans 17 pass from Grauer (Green kick) P: Kent 13 run (Nicolet kick)

METRO CHRISTIAN 50, INOLA 8 Inola 0 0 0 8 — 8 Metro Christian 26 21 3 0 — 50 M: Hillenburg 38 fumble return (LaCourse kick) M: Hillenburg 53 pass from Hearon (LaCourse kick) M: Hillenburg 18 pass from Hearon (kick failed) M: Hillenburh 4 pass from Hearon (kick failed) M: Drake 23 pass from Hearon (LaCourse kick) M: Bradshaw 38 run (LaCourse kick) M: Burke 25 pass from Hearon (LaCourse kick) M: FG, LaCourse 34 I: Phillips 40 pass from Lambert (Lambert run)

MIAMI 42, MANNFORD 0 Mannford 0 0 0 0 — 0 Miami 14 0 14 14 — 42 Mi: Jolley 67 run (Potter kick) Mi: Jolley 21 run (Potter kick) Mi: Jolley 55 run (Potter kick) Mi: Pooler 4 run (Potter kick) Mi: Jolley 45 run (Potter kick) Mi: Johnson 62 run (Potter kick)

MORRIS 35, HASKELL 21 Morris 0 13 8 14 — 35 Haskell 6 9 0 6 — 21 H: Gregg 76 pass from Wheeland (kick failed) M: Wares 1 run (Delso kick) M: Claibourn 52 run (kick blocked) H: Graves 33 pass from Wheeland (run failed)

H: Gregg 24 fieldgoal M: Dean 44 pass from Wares (Dean run) H: Hull 19 run (kick failed) M: Claibourn 19 run (Delso kick) M: Chestain pass interception inzone (Delso kick)

NEWKIRK 23, CHELSEA 7 Newkirkȕ ȕ ȕ 9ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ 7ȕ—ȕ 23ȕ Chelseaȕ ȕ ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 7 C: Kyle James 9 run (Caleb Captain kick) N: Pulley 65 punt return (kick failed) N: FG Pulley 35 N: Parker 15 interception return (Pulley kick) N: Butler 4 run (Pulley kick)

PERKINS-TRYON 26, BRISTOW 20 Bristowȕ ȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 7ȕ 13ȕ—ȕ 20ȕ Perkins-Tryonȕ 0ȕ 14ȕ 6ȕ 6ȕ—ȕ 26 PT: T.Taff 1 run (S.Kinzie kick) PT: C.White 26 run (S.Kinzie kick) PT: T.Taff 15 run (kick failed) B: L.Jackson 2 pass from A.Lomenick (A.Lomenick kick) PT: Travis Battles 5 run (kick failed) B: J.Woodberry 25 pass from A.Lomenick (kick failed) B: J.Crockett 22 pass from A.Lomenick (A.Lomenick kick)

PRYOR 41, EDISON 7 Edison 0 0 7 0 — 7 Pryor 14 27 0 0 — 41 P: Smallwood 57 punt return (Considine pass) P: Stump 9 pass from Considine (kick failed) P: Brooner 9 run (Considine kick) P: Brooner 29 run (Considine kick) P: Johnson 34 pass from Considine (Considine kick) P: Carrick 32 fumble return (kick failed) E: Mason 6 pass from Marrow (Dodson kick)

REJOICE CHRISTIAN 49, SOUTHWEST COVENANT 0 SWȕCovenantȕȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 0ȕ Rejoiceȕ ȕ ȕ 28ȕ 15ȕ 6ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 49 R: Reimer 5 run (Reimer run) R: Fisher 47 pass from Wise (Reimer run) R: Reimer 45 run (pass failed) R: Hudgeons 43 run (run failed) R: Reimer 16 run (Wise pass) R: Soots 14 run (Proctor drop kick) R: Proctor 1 run

ROLAND 38, OKMULGEE 8 Okmulgeeȕ Rolandȕ ȕ

ȕ 0ȕ 8ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 8ȕ ȕ 14ȕ 17ȕ 0ȕ 7ȕ—ȕ 38

Putnam West 0 0 0 0 — 0 Sapulpa 27 28 7 7 — 69 S: Pickering 58 pass from Williams (Bullman kick) S: Swift 1 run (Bullman kick) S: Youngblood 18 fumble return (Bullman kick) S: Gottsch 15 pass from Williams (Bullman kick) S: Swift 63 run (Bullman kick) S: Swift 1 run (Bullman kick) S: Duke 22 fumble return (Bullman kick) S: Pilant 18 fumble return (Bullman kick) S: Swift 16 run (Bullman kick) S: Inks 2 run (Bullman kick)

VERDIGRIS 46, KELLYVILLE 27 Verdigrisȕ ȕ ȕ 14ȕ 19ȕ 7ȕ 6ȕ—ȕ 46ȕ Kellyvilleȕ ȕ ȕ 7ȕ 0ȕ 13ȕ 7ȕ—ȕ 27 V: B.Lindsey 5 run (Hanslovan kick) V: Hurd 63 pass from Hitchcock (Hanslovan kick) K: Wheeler 1 run (Childress kick) V: T.Smith 1 run (Hanslovan kick) V: Brasher 30 pass from Hitchcock (kick blocked) V: Brasher 28 pass from Hitchcock (kick failed) V: Hurd 17 pass from Hitchcock (Hanslovan kick) K: Anderson 27 pass from Wheeler (Childress kick) K: Anderson 13 pass from Wheeler (kick failed) V: Lindsey 7 pass from Hitchcock (kick failed) K: Pickering 39 pass from Smith (Childress kick)

VICTORY CHR. 40, STAR SPENCER 8 VictoryȕChr.ȕ ȕ 7ȕ 9ȕ 14ȕ 10ȕ—ȕ 40ȕ StarȕSpencerȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 8ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 8 V: Hill 27 run (Taylor kick) V: Hill 1 run (kick blocked) V: FG, Taylor 25 S: Rideau 25 interception return (Bogus pass) V: Car.Bowen 64 pass from Tedescucci (Taylor kick) V: Cal.Bowen 55 pass from Tedescucci (Taylor kick) V: Car.Bowen 82 interception return (Taylor kick) V: FG, Taylor 27

WAGONER 48, MCLAIN 0 Wagonerȕ ȕ ȕ 7ȕ 19ȕ 22ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 48ȕ McLainȕ ȕ ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ 0ȕ—ȕ 0 W: Peterson 12 run (Clark kick) W: Peterson 5 run (pass failed) W: Peterson 9 run (Kick failed) W: Carter 27 interception return (Clark kick) W: Thomas 1 run (Carter run) W: Applegate 46 run (Clark kick) W: Hawkins 1 run (Clark kick)

WELEETKA 52, CAVE SPRINGS 6 Weleetka 16 28 8 — 52 Cave Springs 0 6 0 — 6 W: Cal.Smith 45 pass from Ch.Smith (Ch.Smith pass to Owen) W: Harjo 16 pass from Ch.Smith (Ch. Smith pass to Cal.Smith) CS: H.Smith 65 fumble return (run failed) W: Cal.Smith 22 pass from Ch.Smith (pass failed) W: Owen 30 pass from Ch.Smith (pass failed) W: Owen 29 pass from Cal.Smith (Ch.Smith pass to Bencoma) W: Owen 10 pass from Cal.Smith (Harjo run) W: Harjo 70 kick off return (Ch.Smith pass to Owen)

CLASS 6A-4A CROSS COUNTRY STATE PREVIEW 6A GIRLS Jenks has been the team to beat after winning the state title last year and this year’s regional meet. Edmond Memorial, Edmond North and Norman North are among the favorites to contend. Bishop Kelley, Broken Arrow, Owasso and Sapulpa also will be in the field.

6A BOYS Union has won three of the last four state titles and defeated Jenks and Bishop Kelley for this year’s regional title. Broken Arrow and Owasso also are expected to finish strong after impressive seasons. From the west side of the state, Edmond Memorial and Norman should challenge.

5A GIRLS Coweta and Collinsville have accounted for the last two titles, but Coweta could have a slight edge after narrowly defeating Collinsville in the regional meet. Booker T. Washington, East Central, Claremore, Pryor and Tahlequah have all had strong showings this season. Shawnee and Edmond Deer Creek

ROUNDUP

Running game leads Catoosa to district title FROM STAFF REPORTS Just like it has to eight previous opponents this season, Catoosa’s strong running game was too much for Vinita. And just like he has all season long, senior running back Cole Scheulen was the linchpin for Catoosa’s offensive attack. The Class 4A top-ranked Indians rushed for 354 yards to ground out a 49-0 victory at Vinita on Friday night that clinched the District 4A-3 championship. Scheulen ran for 176 yards on 19 carries and scored all four of his touchdowns in the first half as Catoosa (9-0 overall, 6-0 district) built a 35-0 halftime lead. Scheulen scored on runs of 38, 3, 15 and 1 yards. Sophomore running back Hunter Harrison complimented Scheulen with touchdown runs of 3 and 26 yards. The Catoosa defense was impressive as well. The Indians held the Hornets (4-5, 1-5) to 55 yards of offense. Brandon Blish capped Catoosa’s scoring with a 40-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter.

Walton sparks Kelley past Skiatook Summary: Bishop Kelley quarterback Donnie Walton accounted for three touchdowns and Austin Morris had two scoring runs as the 5A No. 7 Comets won 4116 at Skiatook in a District 5A-3 game. Notable: Walton connected with Alex Maguire for TDs of 21 and 14 yards. Walton added a 3-yard TD run. ... Morris scored on runs of 13 and 45 yards and Maguire added a 7-yard TD run. Records: Bishop Kelley (6-2, 4-1); Skiatook (3-5, 1-4).

Pryor wins first district title since 1982 Summary: Christian Considine threw for two touchdowns and Austen Brooner ran for a pair of scores as 5A No. 8 Pryor wrapped up the District 5A-4 championship with a 41-7 home victory over Edison. It is Pryor’s first district title since 1982. Notable: Considine hit Zekke Stump for a 9-yard TD and Jordan Johnson for a 34-yard score. ... Brooner had TD runs of 9 and 29 yards. ... Pryor’s Carson Smallwood returned a punt 57 yards for the game’s first touchdown and teammate Joe Carrick added a 32-yard fumble return for a TD. Records: Pryor (8-1, 6-0); Edison (0-9, 0-6).

Cascia Hall shuts out Sperry Summary: Cascia Hall’s “Blue Swarm” defense allowed only 79 yards and posted its third shutout of the season as the 3A No. 2 Commandos clinched the 3A-5 district title with a 35-0 win over Sperry. Notable: Conner Sherwood, Patrick Bass, Abrm McQuarters and Malcolm Mason had TD runs for Cascia. ... Luke Moellers had a 43-yard interception return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. Records: Cascia Hall (9-0, 5-0); Sperry (3-5, 2-3).

Metro Christian routs Inola Summary: Drew Hillenburg caught three touchdowns and returned a fumble for a touchdown in a 26-point first quarter to lead 3A No. 3 Metro Christian to a 50-8 win over Inola that clinched the 3A-6 district title. Notable: Hillenburg had TD catches of 53, 18 and 4 yards from Andrew Hearon. He opened the scoring with a 38-yard fumble return for a score. ... Hearon was 11-of-18 passing for 277 yards and five TDs. Records: Metro Christian (9-0, 5-0); Inola (2-7, 1-4).

Berryhill belts Nowata Summary: Adam Dolan ran for 193 yard on 18 carries and scored four touchdowns as 3A No. 7 Berryhill cruised past Nowata 42-14 in a District 3A-5 game. Notable: Dolan had TD runs of 5, 13, 19 and 65 yards. ... Zach Jackson threw a 43-yard touchdown to Jeremy Smith and added a 1-yard scoring run for the Chiefs. Records: Berryhill (8-1, 4-1); Nowata (0-9, 0-6).

Lincoln Christian wraps up district crown Summary: Zack Simmons scored three touchdowns and Austin Grauer threw for three scores as 2A No. 6 Lincoln Christian secured the 2A-7 district championship with a 42-17 victory at Pawnee. Notable: Simmons had scoring runs of 5 and 7 yards and caught a 32-yard TD from Grauer. ... Grauer connected twice with Brennan Evans for touchdown passes of 13 and 17 yards. Records: Lincoln Christian (8-1, 5-0); Pawnee (1-8, 1-4).

— JOSH HALEY, World Correspondent

AREA RUNNERS TO WATCH

should be the top challengers from the west side of the state.

5A BOYS Tahlequah won last week’s regional by a convincing 21-point margin but will face a tough Deer Creek team that won its regional by 64 points. Memorial, Booker T. Washington, Coweta, East Central and Grove also are hoping to shake things up in the 14-team field.

4A GIRLS Defending state champion Metro Christian recorded a dominating 76-point regional victory, making the Patriots the favorite to win again. Cascia Hall is making its first appearance since 2005 and Vinita also is in the field. Madill easily won the west regional, followed by Santa Fe South.

4A BOYS Metro Christian has won three titles in the last four years and looks primed for another after a convincing regional victory. Mannford, Jay and Cascia Hall also easily qualified. Madill and Elgin should be competitive after qualifying from the other regional.

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Jenks sophomore Maddie Brown has won five meets this year.  PAUL HELLSTERN/The Oklahoman

Maddie Brown, Jenks (6A girls): Sophomore has won five meets this year and is looking to improve off last year’s fourthplace finish. Abby Hoover, Sapulpa (6A girls): Posted a fourth-place regional finish to complement three wins on the season. Kyle Broaddrick, Broken Arrow (6A boys): Junior finished third last year and will carry the momentum of a second-place regional finish. Chris Staub, Jenks (6A boys): Freshman has won four events this season and placed third at the regional meet. Jessica Hembree, Tahlequah (5A girls): Junior won the regional event by 20 seconds, making her the favorite to win a third straight state title. Christi Dougherty, Coweta (5A girls): Senior has four wins this season and has finished as the state runner-up the past two years. Brock Artis, East Central (5A boys): Senior finished third at the regional meet, just five seconds behind the winner, and posted an impressive win at the University of Tulsa meet. Kelsey McKee, Metro Christian (4A girls): Junior is the defending state champion and won the regional meet by nearly 27 seconds. Steven Ory, Cascia Hall (4A boys): Senior won the regional meet by nearly 20 seconds to pick up his third win of the year. Jim Pile, Metro Christian (4A boys): Junior was the runner-up at the regional meet and one of two runners to finish in under 18 minutes.


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SMU AT TULSA 2:40 p.m. Saturday Chapman Stadium, Tulsa TV: FSOK-27 Radio: KRMG am740, fm102.3 Weather: Mostly sunny, 64 degrees. South-southwest winds at about 8 mph Records: SMU 5-2, 3-1 CUSA; Tulsa 4-3, 3-0. Last meeting: In 2010, SMU won 21-18 in Dallas. Series: SMU leads 12-6.

NOTEBOOK Not quite: Former TU head coach Dave Rader said one of his bittersweet memories of the 1991 season was not getting Dan Bitson Jr. the school career receiving record. Check out the Hurricane media guide. Bitson, current McLain High School head coach, is still 43 yards short. Howard Twilley amassed 3,343 yards in 1963-65. Bitson, the former Booker T. Washington standout whose potential NFL career was derailed when he was involved in a head-on automobile collision on Dec. 4, 1989, finished with 3,300. “I do not think about those records at all,” Bitson said in a recent interview. “That’s a thing of the past. I think more now about where I would be if the accident hadn’t happened.” Because of prior commitments, Bitson won’t be able to attend Saturday when the 1991 team is introduced during TU’s homecoming battle with SMU. “I’ll miss those guys. I think about ‘em all the time,” Bitson said. “I love ‘em today like I did back then. The bonds we had, the relationships we formed, those were what really made us strong enough to achieve the things we did.” Bitson battled through multiple surgeries and a year of recovery from injuries including two broken legs, a fractured wrist and kneecap and extensive ligament and cartilage damage in both knees. He played through much of the 1991 season and had an emotional TD reception in a 45-13 win over Ohio. But Bitson didn’t have a pass thrown his way in the final regular-season game at SMU as the Hurricane rallied for a 31-26 win. Walking off the field at SMU, Rader remembered telling TU sports information director Don Tomkalski that Bitson would have to get the record in the Freedom Bowl. But Tomkalski reminded Rader that the NCAA did not count postseason records — not at the time. That rule change came later. The good news was that the Hurricane went on to beat San Diego State 28-17 and finish No. 21 in the Associated Press rankings. New trigger man: SMU head coach June Jones said he thought about changing quarterbacks last season, but the Ponies were winning at the time. J.J. McDermott spent his first two seasons at New Mexico State, learning a system similar to the Ponies’ under former head coach Hal Mumme, and transferred when Mumme was fired in December 2008. McDermott was ready when Kyle Pardon, SMU’s starter since midway of the 2009 season, threw interceptions on the first two possessions of the 2011 opener at Texas A&M. McDermott led scoring drives on his first two series and went 5-0 as the starter before a 27-3 loss at Southern Miss last week. He threw for a season-low 173 yards with two interceptions, but Jones wasn’t blaming the senior from Katy, Texas. “(Southern Miss is) a pretty good football team, and the adversity he faced, he had some busted protections. He wasn’t the reason we lost the football game, I can tell you that,” Jones said. McDermott still ranks 23rd nationally in total offense, averaging 282.1 yards per game. — MIKE BROWN, World Sports Writer

THREE STORYLINES Things to watch during today’s game. — ERIC BAILEY, World Sports Writer

No turnovers

Disrupt McDermott

Not taken lightly

Tulsa only had one turnover in last week’s win at Rice and must continue with ball security against SMU. The Mustangs’ offense will feast on extra possessions. The Mustangs defense hasn’t had many takeaways this season, with only two interceptions and six fumble recoveries in seven contests.

Southern Miss was able to harass SMU quarterback J.J. McDermott last week into his first loss in six starts. Can Tulsa’s defense put pressure on the Mustangs quarterback and force mistakes? Blitzing him would leave interesting one-on-one matchups between SMU receivers and Tulsa defensive backs.

SMU’s 27-3 loss at Southern Miss was surprising, but make no mistake that this Mustangs team is very good. The team is wounded and will have plenty of fight in it. For success, Tulsa needs to put together a fourquarter game — something it hasn’t done this season.

Key matchup: Zach Line vs. Tulsa’s defense

Starting lineups SMU Offense Pos. No. LT 70 LG 77 C 63 RG 71 RT 79 WR 7 QB 15 RB 48 WR 3 WR 11 WR 18

Name Kelvin Beachum, Jr. Josh LeRibeus Blake McJunkin Kelly Turner J.T. Brooks Der’rikk Thompson J.J. McDermott Zach Line Darius Johnson Cole Beasley Terrance Wilkerson

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-4 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-10

Wt. 306 310 300 315 310 185 235 230 175 180 180

Cl. SR-3L SR-2L SR-3L SR-3L SR-3L FR-RS SR-1L JR-2L JR-1L SR-3L SR-2L

Hometown Mexia, Texas Richardson, Texas Plano, Texas Dallas Arlington, Texas Troup, Texas Katy, Texas Oxford, Mich. Missouri City, Texas Little Elm, Texas DeSoto, Texas

Ht. 6-6 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0

Wt. 285 295 285 230 230 230 225 195 205 200 195

Cl. SR-3L JR-2L SR-2L JR-2L JR-2L JR-2L JR-2L SR-1L SR-3L JR-2L SO-1L

Hometown Prosper, Texas Bryan, Texas Garland, Texas Richland, Texas Abilene, Texas Beaumont, Texas Crockett, Texas Mission Viejo, Calif. Sugar Land, Texas Houston Portland, Ore.

Name Chase Hover J.R. Richardson Matt Stone Richard Crawford

Ht. 6-2 5-9 6-1 5-11

Wt. 190 175 195 180

Cl. SO-TR FR-HS JR-SQ SR-1L

Hometown Plano, Texas Baton Rouge, La. New Orleans Mission Viejo, Calif.

NAME Tyler Holmes Clint Anderson Trent Dupy Stetson Burnett Matt Romine Clay Sears Gary Owens Jordan James Bryan Burnham G.J. Kinne Trey Watts Willie Carter

HT. 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-5 6-4 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2

WT. 301 285 285 305 295 234 178 205 205 224 203 221

CL. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr-2L So. Jr.

HOMETOWN Ottawa, Ontario Allen, Texas Enid Lawton Tulsa Fredericksburg, Texas Mesquite, Texas Norco, La. Moorestown, N.J. Gilmer, Texas Fairfax, Va. Crockett, Texas

NAME Tyrunn Walker Daeshon Bufford Derrick Jackson Cory Dorris Alan Dock Curnelius Arnick Shawn Jackson Dexter McCoil Lowell Rose Milton Howell Marco Nelson

HT. 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-4 5-10 6-1 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-0

WT. 283 272 293 275 207 230 238 222 197 180 192

CL. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

HOMETOWN New Iberia, La. Edmond Del City Jenks Giddings, Texas Dallas Tulsa Lutcher, La. Los Angeles, Ca. New Orleans, La. Glenpool

HT. 6-2 6-8 5-11 5-9

WT. 190 205 187 174

CL. Sr. Fr. So. Jr-JC

HOMETOWN Jensen Beach, Fla. Tulsa Lancaster, Texas Tylertown, Miss.

Defense Pos. No. Name DE 8 Taylor Thompson NT 91 Torlan Pittman DE 9 Marquis Frazier SLB 33 Victor Jones BUCK 50 Cameron Rogers MLB 44 Taylor Reed WLB 56 Ja’Gared Davis CB 6 Richard Crawford FS 23 Chris Banjo SS 20 Ryan Smith CB 21 Kenneth Acker

Special teams Pos. No. K 42 KR 24 P 31 PR 6

TULSA Offense POS. NO. LT 78 LG 72 C 53 RG 74 RT 77 TE 82 WR 21 WR 12 WR 88 QB 4 RB 22 RB 34

Defense SMU running back Zach Line breaks away from a Southern Mississippi defender last week. RYAN MOORE/Hattiesburg American/AP Junior Zach Line was a linebacker when his SMU career began, but he has transformed into Conference USA’s top running back under June Jones’ run-and-shoot attack. Opponents can get gashed between the tackles when they commit to the passing game. Tulsa’s game plan has to account for Line, who can take advantage of dropping linebackers by gobbling up yardage on

draw plays. Line currently ranks sixth nationally in points scored (11.14 per game) and 11th in rushing yards (118.3 per game). Tulsa’s defense has fared well against the run this season, holding its last four opponents under 131 yards (Boise State 131, North Texas 130, UAB 81 and Rice 103). — ERIC BAILEY, World Sports Writer

TU GAMEDAY INFORMATION Kickoff: 2:40 p.m. Chapman

Stadium opens at 1 p.m. Team Walk: 12:15 p.m. from Collins Hall on Eighth Street. Hurricane Alley: Food, drinks, inflatable games on Chapman Commons. The Heisman Trophy will be displayed in conjunction with Wendy’s and the High School Heisman Award. Live entertainment starting at noon. Tickets: Online at tulsaworld. com/tusports, phone 918-6314688, or at Reynolds Center Ticket Office. Will call: General will call at Reynolds Center Ticket Office. TU player pass gate (Gate 2). Visitors will call (Gate 6).

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weapons, artificial noisemakers, camcorders, umbrellas, folding chairs, outside food and beverage containers, alcoholic beverages. Random bag and purse checks possible entering the stadium. Students: Ticket and TU student ID required. Enter any gate but Gate 4. Handicap: Special entrances at Gates 1, 1A, 6A and 7. Handicap parking available in south corner of Lorton Village Parking Lot, west of stadium. Handicap seating available in sections 105-108 (east side), 109, 110 and 113 (south side) and 114-

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Special teams 117 (west side). Phone athletic ticket office at 918-631-4688 for tickets in handicap area. Re-entry: Persons leaving the stadium must have a ticket stub and hand stamp to re-enter. Emergencies: First aid station in southwest corner of the stadium. Emergency numbers for the stadium are 918-631-3664 or 918-631-5555. ATM: Located underneath west stands in Section 116. Banners: Must be approved by Nick Salis (918-631-3382) prior to the game. — MIKE BROWN, World Sports Writer

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NAME Kevin Fitzpatrick Cole Way Freeman Kelley J.D. Ratliff

FROM THE BLOGS A look back at Tulsa-SMU series in Conference USA Tulsa has played SMU six times since the schools became Conference USA foes in 2005. Only once has more than 10 points decided the game between the schools. The teams have won three games each since joining C-USA, with the average margin of victory being 7.7 points. — ERIC BAILEY For more of this blog, visit tulsaworld.com/sportsextra.

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premier football event. Does it still sting? You bet. “We thought about it all the time last year,” TU senior Clay Sears said. “When we were on the seven-game win streak, we’d keep saying ‘If we could have only pulled out that game against SMU and we’d be in the championship.’ “But it’s a new season and we’re undefeated now (CUSA) and looking to stay undefeated after this weekend.” Tulsa (4-3 overall, 3-0 in CUSA) needs a victory to keep pace with No. 18 Houston, which throttled Rice 73-34 on Thursday night. The Cougars (8-0, 4-0) and TU are the only unbeaten teams in conference play. A Nov. 25 matchup awaits Tulsa and Houston, but there’s a lot of football to be played between now and then, beginning with Saturday’s contest against SMU. The Mustangs (5-2, 3-1) will be playing in what could be an elimination game for the Dallas school. SMU still controls its destiny in the

G.J. Kinne breaks free of SMU’s Ja’Gared Davis last year in Dallas. TOM GILBERT/Tulsa World file

division race, but one more setback could dissolve it from the pack. That’s just another reason why Tulsa is focused on the Mustangs. “You know if you are going to win your division, you have to beat SMU,” TU coach Bill Blankenship said. “This is the team that is one of those that, coming into the season, you knew that they were the favorite and one of the teams to beat. You put them and Houston in that category of teams

to beat if you are going to be a Western Division champion.” SMU coach June Jones said his team is mentally prepared for Saturday’s contest. “They know the importance of the game,” Jones said. “We’re coming home for two games after this one, so if we can rally up and play a good game up there and sneak out of there with a win, that would be real positive.” The Mustangs are coming off a 27-3 loss at Southern Miss, only the program’s fifth

loss in its past 20 conference contests. Tulsa has won eight consecutive league games dating back to last season. Its last loss came against SMU last October. “This is one I’ve had circled since last year when they beat us,” TU quarterback G.J. Kinne said. “It’s the biggest game of the year for us.” Quarterback play could be important for both teams. Kinne has nine touchdown passes against only one in-

terception in his last three games. The stretch includes his only 300-yard passing performances this season. “Their quarterback is the key to what they do,” Jones said. “They have a good scheme and it’s kind of like ours in that if you take someone away, the quarterback knows to go somewhere else.” SMU quarterback J.J. McDermott is averaging 287.6 yards passing per game, but has a number of talented playmakers at wide receiver. His top threat may be running back Zach Line, who leads the league by averaging 118.3 yards per game and has 13 rushing scores this year. “The constant battle that every defensive coach has is how do you defend the pass and still leave enough guys in here to defend the run,” Blankenship said. “Ultimately they’ll beat you by running the football if you let them. Coach Jones is very patient and very understanding about knowing what it takes to win. They are going to force us to be very sound defensively.” Eric Bailey 918-581-8391 eric.bailey@tulsaworld.com


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BAYLOR AT NO. 3 OKLAHOMA STATE 2:30 p.m. Saturday Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater TV: KTUL-8. Radio: KFAQ-1170. Weather: Temperature at kickoff is expected to be 64 degrees. Clear sky. Records: Baylor 4-2 overall, 1-2 Big 12; OSU 7-0, 4-0. Last meeting: Last year, OSU defeated Baylor 55-28 in Stillwater. Series: OSU leads 17-12.

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Starting lineups BAYLOR Offense

Things to watch during today’s game. — BILL HAISTEN, World Sports Writer

Griffin’s ball security vs. OSU defense

Success against the state of Texas

Weeden could have a huge afternoon

Until this season, Robert Griffin III was an excellent athlete and a pretty good college quarterback. Now, as a fourth-year Baylor junior, Griffin has become a brilliant college QB and a legitimate NFL prospect. He leads the nation in completion percentage at 78.0, and on 182 pass attempts he has been intercepted only twice. The Cowboys lead the Big 12 in total takeaways (24) and interceptions (15). Can Griffin sustain ball security against a Cowboy defense that has 21 takeaways in its last five games?

In 1996-2006, Oklahoma State was 16-28 against Big 12 opponents from the state of Texas. Since the start of the 2007 season, however, the Cowboys have thrived against Texans — a 13-5 record against Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Baylor. If OSU prevails against Baylor on Saturday, it will record its eighth consecutive victory over a Big 12 opponent from Texas. The state of Texas is OSU’s most important recruiting territory, and coach Mike Gundy says beating Texas teams only enhances the Cowboy profile in Texas.

If his wide receivers can stop dropping passes (as they did a combined total of 12 times in victories at Texas and Missouri), Oklahoma State’s Brandon Weeden could have huge statistics against a Baylor defense ranked 84th nationally against the pass. The Bears have been burned for 18 touchdown passes this season. In the Big 12, only Kansas (20) has allowed more. During OSU’s first three games of the season, Weeden was intercepted six times. On 200 pass attempts since, he has been intercepted only once while connecting for 13 TDs.

Justin Blackmon gets pumped up before the Texas game. 

Razor-sharp Weeden: If not for seven drops by his wide receivers, Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden would have connected on his first 27 passes at Missouri last week. In a 45-24 victory for the thirdranked Cowboys, Weeden wound up 33-of-49 for 338 yards and three touchdowns. “He had a real confidence about him,” Cowboy offensive coordinator Todd Monken said. “There are certain teams that present different issues for him in his mind, and I think we did a better job as a staff of (making) him more comfortable. You could tell that in his body language. “We were able to overcome those drops and score. Thank God, he was really on. If he sets his feet, and he’s confident at where he’s going with the ball and our guys run good routes, he’s going to be on the money. I’ve never been around a guy who can throw it the way he can.” Briles’ assessment: Baylor’s Art Briles, known as one of the elite passing-game coaches in college football, was asked for his assessment of OSU All-American wide receiver Justin Blackmon. “The thing I like about him ... is how he reacts after a catch,” Briles said. “He’s a guy that does his job and goes to the next play. He’s a hustler and he works hard. “... Really nice, impressive young man. Very engaging, and you can tell he’s really self-motivated. There’s a reason why he does well. There’s a lot of people with his ability, but you have to have a lot of intangibles along with it to be a great player.” Youman update: Senior Wilson Youman is the only two-way Cowboy, playing both at tight end and defensive end. At Missouri last week, he had the best performance of his career. In 37 defensive plays, he totaled seven tackles (two behind the line of scrimmage) and forced a fumble that was recovered by linebacker Shaun Lewis. This week, Youman practiced full-time with the defense. “Should have done it earlier. Poor coaching on my part,” OSU coach Mike Gundy said. “He factors in the game more (when playing with the defense). He’s energetic. He needs to be on the field.” Penalties: In the opener against Louisiana-Lafayette, OSU was penalized seven times. Against Arizona, there were 10 penalties. Against Texas A&M, there were 11 for 95 yards. The Cowboys have cleaned up that aspect of their operation. Against Kansas, Texas and Missouri, OSU was penalized a combined 10 times for 60 yards. “Our players understand the importance of not giving away free yards,” Gundy said. — BILL HAISTEN, World Sports Writer

Name Cyril Richardson Cameron Kaufhold Philip Blake Robert T. Griffin Ivory Wade Jordan Najvar Robert Griffin III Terrance Ganaway Terrance Williams Lanear Sampson Kendall Wright

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Wt. 330 315 320 330 300 260 220 240 190 200 190

Cl. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Hometown Fort Worth, Texas Friendswood, Texas Toronto, Ontario Euless, Texas Dickinson, Texas Spring, Texas Copperas Cove, Texas DeKalb, Texas Dallas Mesquite, Texas Pittsburg, Texas

Name Ht. Terrance Lloyd 6-3 Tracy Robertson 6-4 Nicolas Jean-Baptiste 6-2 Gary Mason Jr. 6-4 Rodney Chadwick 6-0 Elliot Coffey 6-0 Ahmad Dixon 6-0 Chance Casey 5-11 Sam Holl 6-1 Mike Hicks 5-11 K.J. Morton 5-10

Wt. 230 280 335 265 235 235 200 185 200 195 185

Cl. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So.

Hometown Houston Houston Stafford, Texas Waxahachie, Texas Carthage, Texas Sugar Land, Texas Waco, Texas Crosby, Texas Katy, Texas China Spring, Texas Warner Robins, Ga.

Ht. 6-3 5-9 6-2

Wt. 185 210 180

Cl. So. Jr. Fr.

Hometown Crowley, Texas Waco, Texas Woodway, Texas

Name Michael Bowie Nick Martinez Grant Garner Lane Taylor Levy Adcock Wilson Youman Isaiah Anderson Josh Cooper Tracy Moore Justin Blackmon Brandon Weeden Kye Staley Joseph Randle

Ht. 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-5 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-1

Wt. 310 310 292 310 322 245 178 195 233 215 218 213 191

Cl. Jr Sr Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So.

Hometown Tulsa Floresville, Texas Mesquite, Texas Arlington, Texas Claremore St. Martinville, La. Wichita Falls, Texas Mustang Tulsa Ardmore Edmond Guthrie Wichita, Kan.

Name Richetti Jones Anthony Rogers Nigel Nicholas Jamie Blatnick Shaun Lewis Caleb Lavey Alex Elkins Brodrick Brown Justin Gilbert Daytawion Lowe Markelle Martin

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Wt. 260 284 285 265 220 231 225 185 205 195 198

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr.

Hometown Dallas N. Little Rock, Ark. Rossville, Ga. Celina, Texas Missouri City, Texas Celina, Texas Keller, Texas Houston Huntsville, Texas Midwest City Wichita Falls, Texas

Ht. 6-1 6-0 6-1

Wt. 189 205 215

Cl. Jr. So. Jr.

Hometown Mansfield, Texas Huntsville, Texas Ardmore

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Key matchup: Cowboy ends vs. Robert Griffin

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OKLAHOMA STATE Offense

Texas A&M’s Damontre Moore sacks Baylor’s Robert Griffin III earlier this month in College Station, Texas. JON EILTS/Associated Press The Oklahoma State defense is on pace to finish with a 13-game total of 37 sacks — up from the 2010 total of 30, the 2009 total of 29 and the 2008 total of 15. With Baylor

QB Robert Griffin III completing 78 percent of his passes, pressure will be important on Saturday. — BILL HAISTEN, World Sports Writer

GAMEDAY TIPS FOR FANS • The Walk, the Oklahoma State team’s walk from the Student Union to Boone Pickens Stadium, begins at 12:15 p.m. Essentially, The Walk is a pregame pep rally. For most games, an estimated 15,000 fans line Hester Street as the Cowboys and the OSU marching band stroll to the stadium. • At various lots in downtown Stillwater, free parking is available. A courtesy shuttle service begins three hours before kickoff and continues throughout the postgame period. • At or near the stadium, OSU’s POSSE parking lots are open six hours prior to night games and four hours before the start of morning or early afternoon games. • For Baylor-OSU, the $90 single-game tickets are sold out. The least expensive available ticket is $143. Will-call tickets are available for pick-up at the ticket windows at the southwest corner of Boone Pickens Stadium. • At Boone Pickens Stadium, fans who wish to hear the OSU broadcast can tune their radios to any of the several stations on the Cowboy Sports Network, including KFAQ am1170, KSPI fm93.7 and KXXY fm96.1. • Rain is not expected in Stillwater on Saturday afternoon, but it should be noted that umbrellas are not allowed in Boone Pickens Stadium.

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boys host Kansas State on Nov. 5 and visit Texas Tech on Nov. 12. While fans seem to have already started the countdown to the Dec. 3 Bedlam battle with OU, the Cowboys are on a path strewn with land mines. “It’s the Big 12,” Baylor running back Terrance Ganaway said. “Everybody’s good now.” The rest of the OSU schedule, coach Mike Gundy says, “is every bit as difficult as what we went through (during the first half of the season). It validates the strength of our league. Every game will be a challenge.” Said Cowboy strong safety Markelle Martin: “There’s no slack in our schedule. Baylor is doing a good job of moving the ball and scoring points. For now, that’s our focus.” If Texas Tech can deal the Sooners their first home loss in six years, Baylor certainly is capable of winning in Stillwater. Five of OSU’s last seven losses were at Boone Pickens Stadium. The Bears are 4-2 overall, 1-2 in the Big 12. They lost by one point at Kansas State. Griffin has passed for 22 touchdowns against only two interceptions, while the numbers of wide receiver Kendall Wright are compa-

Road work to tie-up gameday traffic Fans traveling to Saturday’s OSU game in Stillwater may want to leave extra time for possible traffic tie ups in downtown Tulsa and on the Cimarron Turnpike. A large project on the Interstate 244 bridge downtown will re-route traffic around that area. For those headed westbound on the Broken Arrow Expressway, traffic must go north on U.S. 75 to connect to I-244 westbound, where drivers can exit onto Oklahoma 51 westbound to get to the Cimarron Turnpike. On the Cimarron Turnpike, westbound lanes will be narrowed to one lane for about seven miles, beginning one mile west of Hallet, said Jack Damrill, a spokesman for the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Damrill said the eastbound lanes are being resurfaced and traffic is expected to be “basically head to head” on that portion of the turnpike.

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Name Quinn Sharp Justin Gilbert Justin Blackmon

FROM THE BLOGS John Klein: Another fine mess by Big 12 We’re guessing the U.S. Senate has better things to do than get involved in conference realignment. The reports that some senators, and perhaps one former senator, are now a part of the Big 12 mess is not encouraging. The Big 12 was doing a fine job of making a mess of this whole conference realignment without any help from Washington, D.C. But, the same guys who probably should be busy on something important like the economy, are involved in the Big 12 discussions. For more of this blog, visit tulsaworld.com/sportsextra.

THE QUEST FOR 8-0 If the third-ranked Cowboys defeat Baylor on Saturday, Oklahoma State will be 8-0 for only the second time in program history. A review of OSU’s 7-0 and 6-0 starts: 1945: After a 7-0 start, sixth-ranked OSU defeated Oklahoma 47-0. With a Sugar Bowl triumph over St. Mary’s (Calif.), OSU completed a 9-0 season. 1997: After a 6-0 start, the 12th-ranked Cowboys lost 51-50 at home to unranked Missouri. OSU wound up with a final record of 8-4. 2008: After a 7-0 start, the seventhranked Cowboys lost 28-24 at top-ranked Texas. OSU wound up with a final record of 9-4. 2010: After a 6-0 start, the 17th-ranked Cowboys lost 51-41 at home to No. 14 Nebraska. OSU wound up with a final record of 11-2. OSU’s Jeremy Smith rushes against — BILL HAISTEN, World Sports Writer Missouri. JEFF LAUTENBERGER/Tulsa World

rable to those of OSU’s Justin Blackmon and OU’s Ryan Broyles. Baylor can run it, too — 208 yards per game on the ground. “We know we can put up points in a hurry,” Griffin said, “and that’s what we’re looking to do.” Griffin’s OSU counterpart, Brandon Weeden, commands the attention of Baylor coach Art Briles. “He’s not a panic guy, and I think that comes from the maturity and ex-

perience he’s had through his athletic career,” Briles said of Weeden. “They protect him well schematically. He gets the ball out of his hand (and) they run the ball well enough to keep pressure off of him. He’s in the right situation at the right time for him, and vice versa.” Include this among the Cowboys’ several layers of motivation: With a victory over Baylor, Oklahoma State would be 8-0 for the first time since

1945 and for only the second time in program history. “We can never let our guard down,” said Cowboy cornerback Brodrick Brown, the Big 12 leader in passes defended (11) and interceptions (four). “We must protect this house. We’re a confident team.” OSU’s confidence is fortified by its history against Baylor. In Big 12 play, the Cowboys are 14-1 against the Bears. The 2011 Cowboy defense is defined by its ability to cause turnovers (15 interceptions and nine fumble recoveries). Against Baylor last year, there were three first-half takeaways. The Cowboys surged to a 34-0 cushion and won 55-28. Oklahoma State has a handle on the hard part of college football — winning on the road. The Cowboys have prevailed in each of their last nine road games. The trick now, Gundy says, is to sustain the same level of focus on the Boone Pickens Stadium turf. “If you don’t prepare well and you get distracted — and if you don’t take care of the football — you take a chance on getting beat. That’s just the way it is,” he said. “It’s extremely difficult for a group of young men this age to play at a high level each week. It’s a difficult league to be in. There will be a dogfight every week.” Bill Haisten 918-581-8397 bill.haisten@tulsaworld.com


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NO. 11 OKLAHOMA AT NO. 10 KANSAS STATE 2:30 p.m. Saturday Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Manhattan, Kansas TV: ESPN (cable 25) Radio: KMOD fm97.5, KTBZ am1430 Weather: Mostly clear, high of 70 Records: OU 6-1, 3-1 Big 12; Kansas State 7-0, 4-0 Last meeting: In 2009, OU won 42-30 in Norman Series: OU leads 70-17-4

NOTEBOOK No need to shout: As poorly as they played last Saturday against Texas Tech, you may assume Oklahoma players heard an earful this week. That wasn’t necessarily the case. “It’s been a lot more constructive than you’d think,” center Gabe Ikard said. “You can’t do Venables anything about it now. We can’t go back and correct the mistakes we all made ... but we can learn from it. We can better from it.” “We’ve got a great group of guys,” said defensive coordinator Brent Venables. “All of a sudden if you treat them like a dog they’re going to act like a dog and think they’re a dog. “Those guys didn’t want to lose. They didn’t try to lose. You go and put the tape on, they don’t look like a bunch of bums that didn’t compete. That would be concerning, but that’s not the case. So you handle it accordingly.” “They’ve taken a really proactive attitude toward the whole situation,” Ikard said of the coaches, “and I think that’s going to pay off for us.”

THREE STORYLINES

Things to watch during today’s game. — JOHN E. HOOVER, World Sports Writer

One game at a time Forget all the unlikely scenarios and what-if algorithms OU needs to get back in the national championship picture. These Sooners can’t think in those terms. If OU wins the rest of its games, the Sooners will be Big 12 champions and that will have to be good enough. If stars align and the right teams lose, that could mean a BCS title game.

Kansas State’s Collin Klein heads upfield ahead of Texas Tech’s Scott Smith earlier this month.  STEPHEN SPILLMAN/The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal/AP

Corral Collin The Wildcats’ offense looks a lot like an old single-wing set. That’s because they’ll snap it to QB Collin Klein, he’ll fake one way and, with everyone blocking for him, he’ll run the other way. Bob Stoops said K-State runs it every way known to man. The Sooners will have to be tough and hold their ground.

Key matchup: Collin Klein vs. Travis Lewis

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Hometown Dewar Garland, Texas Lufkin, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Chula Vista, Calif. New Braunfels, Texas San Antonio, Texas Arlington, Texas Owasso Lawton Lancaster, Texas

Ht. 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-10

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Cl. RFr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Hometown Richardson, Texas Tulsa Lawton Norman

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Hometown Folkston, Ga. Houston, Texas Salt Lake City, Utah Newton, Kan. West Palm Beach, Fla. Wichita, Kan. Olathe, Kan. Cleveland, Ohio Wichita, Kan. Junction City, Kan. Manteca, Calif.

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Osby more than ready:

Landry Jones is coming off two inconsistent efforts. His OU receivers are coming off by far their worst effort of the year. It would be comforting for the Sooners to take some of the pressure off by relying on their running game Saturday at Kansas State. But can they? Dominique Whaley and Roy Finch have shown the ability to break a long one, but OU’s rushing attack ranks seventh in the Big 12. Also, the closer the Sooners get to the end zone, the softer their run game becomes. “It’s a little bit boom or bust. We just have to be more consistent,” co-offensive coordinator Jay Norvell said. “We want to have the big play but we want to have more 5-, 6-, 7-, 8-, 9-yard runs and eliminate the negative runs.” “We get pounded every day about ‘where are we?’ ” guard Tyler Evans said. “ ’Why are we not able to run the ball? Because we have 300-pound guys across the line.’ It’s kind of hard to hear that every day from everybody.” So what are they going to do about it? “We’re going to continually probe,” Norvell said. “Whether it’s adding a scheme or eliminating things and making it simpler, we’ve got to execute better. That’s really the bottom line.” He respects his elder: Venables played for Bill Snyder, was given his first coaching job by him, and became a coordinator under him. Snyder will be on the other side of the field this afternoon, but that doesn’t mean Venables can’t appreciate what Snyder has done this season. “I’m happy he’s doing well, not surprised,” he said. “It kind of makes you snicker. I love it in so many ways. “But now it’s Oklahoma against Kansas State. The players play the game and it’s all about schemes now and getting your guys to execute, play hard and be physical, those types of things. I like the challenge for what it is, irregardless of the people that are involved.” — GUERIN EMIG, World Sports Writer

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Get it fixed The multitude of errors against Texas Tech must be eliminated in Manhattan. Dropped passes, overthrown receivers, fumbles, errant field goals, busted coverages, missed tackles, missed blocks — if the Sooners continue that trend, the Wildcats are sound enough to make them pay.

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OU’s Travis Lewis (left) puts pressure on Texas quarterback Case McCoy. Lewis will have to apply similar pressure to Kansas State’s Collin Klein. STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World Travis Lewis, apparently still hobbled by a broken toe from early August, had one of his worst games last week against Texas Tech. Playing in place of Tom Wort at middle linebacker, Lewis was hesitant and slow to react to both running plays and short passing plays. Wort is expected to return, Bob Stoops

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said, so things might improve this week. But against the forward-leaning Collin Klein and a push-push-push K-State running game, Lewis has to be better than sound. He’ll need to be great. — JOHN E. HOOVER, World Sports Writer

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FROM THE BLOGS Kruger, Coale on board with NCAA reform Talked to both Oklahoma basketball coaches about today’s NCAA reform package. Lon Kruger and Sherri Coale were encouraged, though Coale said the revisions in the recruiting and summer contact calendars related to the men’s game only. Coale was very much in favor of the $2,000 “cost of attendance” measure that gives athletes money beyond tuition, room and board, books and fees. —GUERIN EMIG For more of this blog, visit tulsaworld.com/sportsextra.

league in rushing (96 yards per game), first in scoring (14 touchdowns) and seventh in FROM B1 total offense (229 yards per game). Sophomore running An OU victory would be back John Hubert ranks the first step in repairing an eighth in the Big 12 at 91 off-the-rails defeat in Norrushing yards per game. man at the hands of the Red “They’re going to come Raiders. The last time Oklaoff and mash you and run homa was beaten at home, the ball up inside or bounce MATT BARNARD/ players in this year’s freshit around the edge and have Tulsa World man class were starting their about eight blockers out in seventh-grade year. That’s front of the quarterback,” how many things went Stoops said. wrong for the Sooners. OU hasn’t lost consecutive “We’re gonna learn from games since 2003, hasn’t lost our mistakes and move on,” two straight regular-season said quarterback Landry games since 1999 and has Jones. “We’ll be all right for never lost back-to-back Big the rest of the year. We defi12 games under Stoops. nitely need to start executing But in a season where a better on offense.” 39-game home-field winning individual effort by Roy gave up 572 yards, the most and is first in fewest turnThat’s a good place to start. Finch on the Sooners’ first allowed in 167 games under overs given away and time of streak crumbled to dust, any Jones threw 25 incompletions offensive play, the OU runsuch historical streaks are Bob Stoops. possession. last week. Eight were drops, more meaningless than ever. ning game averaged 2.9 yards In the last two games, OU’s “They’re playing good by a receiver corps that has “A little bit unfocused,” per carry against a defense offense has five turnovers, structure defense where been called America’s best. Jones said, “thinking just aligned to stop the pass. and the defense has zero. they make you work to beat Ten more were overthrows “Offensively, we’ve got to And the Sooners must now them,” Stoops said. “They’re because we’re Oklahoma, or underthrows of wide open do a better job,” said cotry to fix all that on the road doing a lot that’s good quality we’re playing at home, we receivers — and two of those never lose at home, that kind offensive coordinator Jay against what has been the Big football, statistically or not could have been touchdowns Norvell. “When we’re getting 12’s most consistent team. of mentality. But it caught up doesn’t really matter.” — by a quarterback who two to us, for sure. (pass) coverage like that, K-State ranks first in the The Wildcats rank third weeks ago was completing 72 we’ve got to be able to run “If we learn from it, we’ll Big 12 in total defense, secin the league in rushing ofpercent of his passes. be all right.” the ball, too, and hurt people ond in rushing defense, scor- fense, averaging 214 yards It isn’t just on the Sooners’ that way. We didn’t do a very ing defense, turnover margin, per game. The ring leader pass game to improve. Aside good job of that either.” defensive interceptions and is junior quarterback ColJohn E. Hoover 918-581-8384 john.hoover@tulsaworld.com from a spectacular, 55-yard, Defensively, the Sooners fewest penalties committed, lin Klein, who’s fifth in the OU’s Sam Proctor (left) reaches for Texas Tech’s Adam James during the Sooners’ loss to Texas Tech last week in Norman. 


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alloween is days away, but there’s still plenty of time to get your zombie on. Shoppers often wait to finalize that freaky costume, said Lynn Hannah, owner of Ehrle’s Party and Carnival Supply, 4430 S. Memorial Drive. “It’s last-minute from now until Monday afternoon,” Hannah said. “Some people are too busy or they just waited. Sometimes they just can’t make up their mind.” Hannah and her family have been heading up Halloween central for many decades — the store turns 58 in January — and this year, Ehrle’s opened a temporary Halloween location near 71st Street and Sheridan Road. “The original owner, Mr. Ehrle, started doing masks. They were gorillas and devils,” Hannah said. “Then they started with capes. When my father took over, I remember in the early ’60s seeing rows and masks and capes and fang teeth.”

Fangs and gauze

Vampires have remained a popular choice over the decades, and last-minute shoppers flock to their selection of fangs. Some have changed dramatically thanks to “Twilight” and other popculture vamps, and they adhere to your teeth. But the original fangs are still in stock, too. “They used to be a nickel, and now they’re a dime,” Hannah said. “Not bad. You just have to blacken your eye area and throw on a cape.” Hannah’s daughter, Tracey Campbell, manages the temporary store. She said this year is all about zombies, which are easy to pull off. “There’s definitely a lot of products for zombies this year,” Campbell said. “You can even buy something called Zombie Rot — it’s a makeup for your face — and we have lots of body parts.” Some makeup, a plastic body part and some gauze — that’s all it takes to achieve a killer zombie look, they said. “Zombies have definitely evolved. They’re a little classier now,” Hannah said.

Gorillas to gore

It’s been an extra busy Halloween season for Top Hat Magic & Costumes, said owner Steve Lancaster. After this Halloween, the store will sell solely magic and theatrical makeup. So they’ve been selling all their rental costume inventory at slashed prices. “They are better quality than packaged costumes, and we still — believe it or not — have a good selection left,” he said. So, an impulse purchase could mean Batman, or a big gorilla. “One of our most popular things is the gorilla costume. They’re a last-minute thing. There’s always some guy who will come in and walk out with a big gorilla.” But many shoppers opt for makeup as a quick fix. And zombies, vampires and all sorts of creepy characters are more popular than ever. “We have really good makeup. It might cost a little more, but in the long run, it’s cheaper. Once people use our makeup, they keep coming back,” Lancaster said.

Ashtan Berdanier, dressed as Little Red Riding Hood, helps Amanda Groves shop for a costume for her son at Ehrle’s Party and Carnival Supply. Photos by STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World

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Campbell and Hannah are noticing more trends emerge this year — from Lady Gaga and Katy Perry to “Top Gun.” “The ’80s is always big,” Hannah said. “You can’t go wrong with an ’80s punk-rock look. It’s easy to do and doesn’t cost a lot.” “All you have to do is streak your hair pink and get out the crimping iron,” Campbell said. “We have so many great accessories.” Kim Brown 918-581-8474 kim.brown@tulsaworld.com

Makeup is magic When it comes to Halloween, makeup is essential for pulling off that last-minute look. Keri Blair, a senior artist for MAC Cosmetics, said the holiday is “like our Christmas.” She said the trends in makeup this year are inspired by ’80s nostalgia and vampire mania. “The HBO ‘True Blood’ look is more of the romantic idea of a vampire,” Blair said in a telephone interview from New York City. “It’s an easy standby, but it has changed a little. It’s not Count Dracula anymore. It’s more of a sexy, revved up vampire.” Use lighter foundation on your face, and even out the skin tone. Then use a gray pallet on the eye, or purply silver. “You want to wrap that all around your eye, and if you want it scarier, add some black eyeliner underneath the eye,” Blair said. “Don’t use any mascara to make it kind of a sad vampire, or use (false) lashes and make it more flirty.” And blue-hued Smurfette is hugely popular this year — and not difficult to pull off, she said. “You’ll want to use a product geared toward your whole body if you’re using it on that,” she said. She uses a MAC Paintstick product in Cyan to achieve the Smurfy look. “You can paint the whole body in the blue color — it’s safe to use everywhere,” she said. “Then use huge lashes, big flirty lashes.”

Some vampire fangs have evolved thanks to the influence of “Twilight.”

Secondary characters steal scenes in ‘Rum Diary’ BY KIM BROWN

World Scene Writer

Those still mourning the 2005 death of Hunter S. Thompson can get a glimmer of the notorious writer in “The Rum Diary,” a collection of Thompson’s writings brought to life on film by his longtime friend, Johnny Depp. Depp plays a cleaner version of Thompson with his raggedy reporter Paul Kemp, a freelance journalist who sets anchor in Puerto Rico in 1960. He works for a shabby newspaper for a cranky editor, expertly grumbled by Richard Jenkins, just one of the film’s many spirited characters. Johnny Depp stars as raggedy reporter Paul Kemp in “Rum Diary.” Courtesy What’s unexpected, however, is that Kemp is not really one of them. Rather he’s the alcoholic straight into. Sure, he boozes it up the who likes to “hang in the middle” man, our tour guide through the whole time, but he still manages to of politics and business dealings. grimy, corrupt world he’s thrust be the not-so-innocent bystander, Assigned to write the daily horo-

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scope and to cover stories about the frequent bowling habits of American tourists, Kemp soon finds some properly inappropriate roommates in Sala (Michael Rispoli) and the intoxicated former reporter Moburg (Giovanni Ribisi). These are the true characters of this film, Ribisi often stealing the scene with this brilliantly foul character. Meanwhile, Kemp meets the beautiful Chenault (Amber Heard), who’s engaged to an American businessman, Sanderson (Aaron Eckhart). Sanderson tries to lure Kemp into a tempting moonlighting gig, manipulating the press about an island property he’s eyeing. Director-screenplay writer Bruce Robinson slides into the story so slowly that it borders on dull for the first 45 minutes. But thankfully, Kemp and Sala start some trouble. There are, in no particular order,

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Concept of Jekyll & Hyde unclear review

BY JAMES D. WATTS JR. World Scene Writer

Robert Louis Stevenson’s “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” was once described as one of the few crime stories “in which the solution is more terrifying than the problem.” That solution — that the evil Mr. Hyde and the upstanding Dr. Jekyll are two sides of the same person, split asunder through misguided science — is so well known as to have become a cliche. Playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, whose work includes a number of plays that give modern twists to classic mystery and horror stories, came up with a somewhat novel way of dealing with the ideas in Stevenson’s story with his 2008 play, “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde.” Instead of having one actor go through some kind of transformation from Jekyll into Hyde after quaffing some brightly colored potion, Hatcher uses four different actors to portray the doctor’s darker side, as well as most of the other characters encountered in the story. It’s a concept that has a great deal of dramatic and thematic potential — potential that, unfortunately, is not realized in Theatre Tulsa’s production, which opened

Starring in Theatre Tulsa’s adaptation of Jekyll and Hyde are Mark Lawson (as Dr. Jekyll, middle), and as Mr. Hyde, Christopher Stefanic (left), Sean Stefanic, Mike McEver and April Russell.  JAMES GIBBARD/Tulsa World

Friday at the Tulsa PAC. In Hatcher’s conception of the story, Henry Jekyll (Mark Lawson) is a man of pure science who rails against the hypocritical piety of the medical establishment that equates health and status with morality. Man is what he makes of himself — a self-created character, rather than someone concerned with a soul. The problem for Jekyll is

that all his efforts have not brought him the god-like serenity he craves. So he has been experimenting with “tinctures” in an effort to separate his messy desires from the intellectually stalwart self he wants to present to the world. Of course, he succeeds. But what he unleashes isn’t the purely evil monster of Stevenson’s story, or most of the adaptations that follow.

Actually, it isn’t quite clear what Jekyll has created. Are the four Hydes various aspects of Jekyll’s own personality? By having them portrayed by actors who play Jekyll’s friends and tormenters, are they evidence of Jekyll’s losing his sanity, seeing evil in every face around him? And why do only two of the four have any interaction with characters other than Jekyll?

And you may not understand quite why Elizabeth, a hotel maid, would fall None of these questions completely in love with Mr. were adequately answered Hyde, but Sarah Goss makes by Theatre Tulsa’s producher devotion quite real. tion (I saw Thursday’s Of the Hydes, Christopher invitational dress rehearsal). Stefanic has the most stage Director Denny Meredithtime as the character — he’s Orr stages the action simply the suavely sadistic bad boy and squarely on a square and Elizabeth can’t resist. He also simple set, where the only plays Lanyon, who learns too angles explored are those at much about his friend Jekyll which the prop doors are set. and his experiments. It might have been more Sean R. Stefanic plays the effective for the four actors more bestial side of Hyde, playing Hyde to move the but for most of the evening, furniture around for each is a convincing, self-assured scene, making it evident as Utterson, Jekyll’s lawyer. the play goes on that Hyde Mike McEver is best as and what the character repthe pedantic Sir Danvers resents is more and more in Carew, the pompous target control of Jekyll’s world. of Jekyll’s professional scorn It might have also speeded and Hyde’s murderous rage; up the scene changes, which in his other characters (a were likely one of the techni- private detective and a police cal matters Meredith-Orr officer), he had difficulty told the audience were maintaining his accents. still being worked out. The April B. Russell was suitpauses for these changes ably reserved as the butler sapped Thursday’s show of Poole, silent as one of Hyde’s its energy, so that it was more victims and almost comia series of loosely connected cally as the cockney police scenes, rather than a whole surgeon. play. “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde” Still, the cast did its best to continues with performances invest their characters with 7:30 p.m. Saturday and Nov. something extra. Lawson’s 3-5; 2 p.m. Sunday, at the Jekyll is highly-strung, arTulsa PAC, 110 E. Second rogant, barely able to contain St. For tickets: 918-596-7111, his contempt for much of tulsaworld.com/mytix. humanity — his ultimate transformation into a monJames D. Watts Jr 918-581-8478 ster is well-handled. james.watts@tulsaworld.com

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groundbreaking for the new classroom at San Miguel School will kick off activities for the school’s Sangria and Santos benefit dinner Thursday. The Most Rev. Edward J. Slattery, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tulsa, will lead the groundbreaking at 4 p.m. followed by a social hour. The Bob and Jeanne Sullivan Scholarship dinner will be at 6 p.m. in the activities center on the St. Francis Xavier parish campus. Festivities will include authentic Mexican cuisine and live mariachi music. Charles Ely, News Channel 8 anchor, will be the emcee. San Miguel President Joe O’Connor said: “We are thrilled that Tulsa has once again proven that it supports worthy causes. San Miguel’s new campus will provide the safety and security required

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to assure quality educational outcomes. Our donors will see their dollars working before their very eyes as we build a simple campus that will incorporate three buildings on lots one, two, three and four, west of Atlanta Avenue on Admiral Boulevard. Built-in technology will be incorporated from the start, enhancing the faculty’s ability to integrate curriculum and sources beyond our campus, further preparing students for success in high school, college and life.” The classroom and administration building will be a

tube picks 11 p.m. (301) (HBO2) Real Time With Bill Maher

Journalist Michelle Goldberg; Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio); journalist Michael Ware.

Today’s changes

(45) (SYFY) Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files (8 a.m.) (301) (HBO2) Real Time With Bill Maher (8 a.m.) (31) (H&G) Property Brothers (8:30 a.m.) (301) (HBO2) Movie: ‘‘Something’s Gotta Give’’ (9:15 a.m.) (27) (FSOK) Dallas Cowboys Legends (11 a.m.) (301) (HBO2) Hung (11:30 a.m.) (32) (DISNEY) Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil (38) (SPIKE) Flip Men (Noon) (28) (A&E) Flip This House (Noon) (301) (HBO2) Movie: ‘‘Vampires Suck’’ (Noon) (28) (A&E) Gene Simmons Family Jewels (Noon-2 p.m.) (301) (HBO2) Bored to Death (1:30 p.m.)

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volunteer and has had a passion for the mission of San Miguel School since it began. Since 2004, San Miguel School has been educating children who are most at risk of dropping through the cracks of educational, social and economic systems. The school is mission-driven, not tuition-driven, supporters say, and is funded entirely by donations from the community. Among the many event donors are the Hardesty Family Foundation, Mary K. Chapman Foundation, Shelley and Mike Dill, Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, George Kaiser Family Foundation, William K. Warren Foundation, A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Foundation, Joe Craft and Kathy Craft, Jeanne and Bob Sullivan, Tamra and David Sheehan, Sharna and Irvin Frank Foundation, Alan Staab and Sharon Voskuhl,

Eileen Bryce (left), Wally Bryce, Ann Bryce, Joe O’Connor, and Mary Bryce-Fox are participating in Sangria and Santos, a fundraiser for San Miguel School on Thursday.  CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World

Ed Leinbach, Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation, Jeanne and Randy Foutch, Kathleen and Francis Rooney. The event is free, but reservations are required. The event gets its name from the bottled wine (Sangria) and the hand-carved, hand-painted folk-art statues of saints (Santos) that are

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one-story, 8,000-square-foot facility fronting on Atlanta Avenue with eight classrooms, administrative offices and support facilities. The building currently called “Miguel Pro” will be refurbished to accommodate school meals, assemblies, pick-up and drop-off. The current classroom building, previously the Hispanic Helping Center, will be converted to a media centerlibrary/conference room and the development/business office. The existing administration and business buildings will be removed and replaced by a fenced playground. “We are pursuing the closure of the alley between Lewis Avenue and Atlanta to further improve safety,” O’Connor said. Ann Bryce is the honorary chairwoman of the event. She is a longtime community

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Selected highlights from TV

Movie: ‘‘The Boy Who Cried Werewolf’’ (2

(301) (HBO2) Movie: ‘‘Lottery Ticket’’ (2 p.m.) (28) (A&E) Monster In-Laws (3-4 p.m.) (301) (HBO2) Movie: ‘‘Little Fockers’’ (3:45 p.m.) (33) (NICK) iCarly (4 p.m.) (28) (A&E) American Hoggers (4-5 p.m.) (33) (NICK) Victorious (5:30 p.m.) (301) (HBO2) Movie: ‘‘The A-Team’’ (5:30 p.m.) (39) (MTV) Jersey Shore (6 p.m.) (9) (2) Chuck (7 p.m.) (301) (HBO2) Enlightened (7:30 p.m.) (9) (2) Grimm (7 p.m.) (57) (AP) Bad Dog! (8 & 10 p.m.) (33) (NICK) SpongeBob SquarePants (8:30 p.m.) (106) (OWN) Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s (9 & 10 p.m. &

available as a gift to those who contribute total or partial tuition for a student. For more information about Sangria and Santos, contact Alison Stookey, director of mission advancement, at 918-382-9096 or alisonstookey@sanmigueltulsa.org or go to tulsaworld. com/sanmigueltulsa.

Saturday

Project A family learns they

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1 p.m. ?(H&G) Design on a Dime Uninspired bedroom turns into a Mediterranean-style retreat.

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3 p.m. ?(H&G) Property Brothers A new home in the city that will fit a family of six.

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4 p.m. ?(H&G) Property Brothers Andrea and Dave want a three bedroom home.

7 p.m. (( Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Glenn Close and the team help the family of a soldier who has post-traumatic stress disorder. (N)

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roles in Judd Apatow’s “Superbad,” “Knocked Up” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and, most recently, ALLEN GREGORY Allen Gregory De playing Brad Pitt’s assistant general Longpre isn’t your average When: 7:30 p.m. Sunday manager in the baseball drama 7-year-old. “Moneyball.” Where: Fox, channel 23, cable 5 The new character, the But unlike his other film and TV star of Fox’s new animated roles, this one sprang out of his own So, basically, the series is about a series “Allen Gregory” imagination. youngster trying to fit in, explained debuting Sunday, is a pre“ ‘Allen Gregory’ came about executive producer Jonah Hill, who because we’re doing animation tentious, overly mature, co-created the series with Andrew overbearing child who has and looking for someone for me to allegedly written novels, com- Mogel and Jarrad Paul, and also play, and Andy (co-creator Andrew voices the lead role. posed operas and dated Chloe Mogel) and I were saying it would It’s a story line that viewers Sevigny. be cool to play a 7-year-old because He shares his pampered life should relate to. I couldn’t play that in real life,” the “I think the thing with his much-maligned adactor explained. that they’ll love opted Cambodian sister Julie This season, viewers will see Alabout him is he has (voiced by Joy Osmanski), len Gregory’s parents coping with all this false bravado running out of money, having to get his malevolent Dad (French and condescension Stewart) and Dad’s life partjobs and earn a living for the first and arrogance and ner Jeremy (Nat Faxon), with time, Hill said. Along the way, the everything that’s everyone living together in a fabushow will also tackle — as those Fox all covering up the lous loft that is, well, fabulous. animated shows “The Simpsons” fact that he is just That is until family financial and “Family Guy” do — subjects Hill insecure and wants woes force Dad to force Jeremy that might be questioned in a liveto be accepted by back to work, making it imposaction, non-animated broadcast TV sible for him to home-school Allen these people,” said Hill in a recent series. Gregory any more. So he who must teleconference. “I think that’s my Hill said there are no rules about be called by both names must now favorite kind of character to watch what topics the show will broach, face — horror of horrors is someone who acts like they don’t as evidenced in the pilot episode care about anything but really cares and the fantasies Allen Gregory — attending public more than anybody else.” elementary school has about his school principal Mrs. A comedic actor and screenwrit- Gottlieb. with normal children er, Hill is known for his best-buddy his own age. Hill, who will also star in and

BY RITA SHERROW

World Television Editor

Don’t let the innocent look of Allen Gregory (voiced by Jonah Hill) fool you. He looks in the mirror and sees a worldly, sophisticated young man, not a 7-year-old boy, in the new Fox series “Allen Gregory.” It premieres Sunday on Fox. FOX

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produce the upcoming remake of “21 Jump Street,” his show’s place in the Sunday lineup between “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy” is a continuation of Fox’s strategy of introducing original shows. But, he said he sees no need to craft a show that will automatically have crossover appeal with other animated series. “We want to do our own thing, and being unique and different than those was really important as opposed to trying to fit in with them,” said Hill, who turns 29 on Dec. 20. “That being said, I think people will connect with it. If you like ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Family Guy,’ you would like our show because it’s irreverent and different and is an original as those two shows were and are. “I don’t think you would want more of the same.” Rita Sherrow 918-581-8360 rita.sherrow@tulsaworld.com

Local man on ‘Animal Planet’ BY RITA SHERROW

World Television Editor

Viewers will get a sneak peek of the new Animal Planet series featuring local “Skunk Whisperer” Ned Bruha at 10:30 p.m. Sunday on cable 57. The show, which is set in Tulsa and officially debuts Nov. 13, follows the exploits of Ned and his crew “as they face the challenges of capturing home-invading critters and working with each other,” according to press information. Together, they tackle removal of raccoons, possums, bobcats, owls, bats, angry bees, a misplaced donkey and even mountain lions and black bears from owners’ homes using humane methods. Along the way, viewers will get to know Bruha, as well as his crew members Stormy, Chris and Johnny for whom dealing with nature’s wild creatures is just another day on the job. Sunday’s half-hour episode, which repeats Nov. 27, includes a call to remove possums from a home filled with clutter and the 600 Riverwalk Terr./392-9959/selectcinemas.com PUSS IN BOOTS 3D 1:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 PUSS IN BOOTS (PG) 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:20 9:30 IN TIME (PG-13) 1:20 4:20 7:20 9:45 REAL STEEL (PG-13) 1:10 4:10 7:00 9:40 PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3 (R) 1:30 4:20 7:30 9:25

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The cars from “Cars 2” (seen here at a Dallas tour stop) are coming to Oklahoma City’s Quail Springs Mall on Nov. 7. Courtesy

‘Cars’ characters to roll into Oklahoma So who is your child’s favorite car from the “Cars” movies? Is it four-time Piston Cup champion Lightning McQueen, or perhaps his good buddy Tow Mater? Or do their tastes run to one of the new models from June’s sequel “Cars 2,” like maybe sleek British export Finn McMissile? Fans can see these three favorites live and in person, so to speak, when the stock car, the tow truck and the sporty model that looks a lot like James Bond’s Aston Martin pull up to Oklahoma City’s Quail Springs Mall on Nov. 7.

The “Agents on a Mission Tour” is a tie-in event with the DVD debut of the summer Pixar hit “Cars 2,” which is being released Tuesday. There is no charge for families and fans to check out this car show, as well as take part in a variety of “Cars 2”-themed activities including games (like an inflatable obstacle course) and giveaways. The tour stop at Quail Springs Mall is set for 2-6 p.m. Nov. 7 and is located near the main entrance to the Oklahoma City mall’s south parking lot. — MICHAEL SMITH, World Scene Writer

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Looking for love If you can provide a good home for either of the following pets, please call Tulsa Humane Society at 918-495-3647, or visit the Adoption Center at 60th Street and Sheridan Road.

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More Adoption agencies: Animal Aid, (918) 744-8280; ARF, (918) 622-5962; Cat Adoption Center, (918) 486-7727; Pet Adoption League, (918) 365-8725; StreetCats, (918) 298-0104; Tulsa Animal Welfare, (918) 669-6280; 3031 N. Erie Ave.; Tulsa S.P.C.A, (918) 428-7722; Tulsa Humane Society site. www.tulsapets.com

Pine wilt disease infests trees in spring, summer Question: I have three pine trees in my front yard. One of them has turned brown during the past month and looks dead. The others look OK. Any idea what caused it and what I should do? — Pat F., Tulsa Answer: Many pine trees in our area have experienced damage due to this year’s severe heat and lack of moisture. But in your case, because of the rapid browning and the fact that neighboring pine trees appear healthy, the cause could be pine wilt disease resulting from the infestation of the pinewood nematode. The disease starts when the pine sawyer beetle infects pines in spring and summer with a microscopic worm, a nematode, which rapidly spreads and blocks the tree’s circulation. Needles begin yellowing Pine wilt disease can kill a healthy pine in four to eight weeks. When planting pine trees, consider native pines, which are more resistant to the disease. BILL SEVIER/Courtesy

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the spread of the disease to healthy pine trees. Diseased trees should be chipped and properly disposed. Do not use the wood chips for mulch. There is a preventive approach. If you must plant a pine tree, plant a native pine that will be more resistant. Native trees include Loblolly, Shortleaf or Ponderosa pine. Keep the trees healthy with proper fertilization and sufficient water. Finally, avoid damage that can stress a pine and therefore make it more susceptible. There are tree injections that can prevent the disease, but they must be applied before infestation. Although they are expensive and must be applied every two or three years, research has shown they can be up to 90 percent effective. Our advice is to have an arborist look at your pine to determine if it is infected, and if so, have the arborist remove it and properly dispose of the tree before it infects your remaining pines.

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Late blooming Mexican salvia worth the wait Gardeners each year anticipate traditional fall flowering from mums, fall asters, perennial sunflowers, goldenrods. However, one plant we should add to the list is the Mexican salvia, Salvia leucantha. Some list it as Mexican sage, Mexican bush salvia or sage, or velvet sage. One can always tell the plants in the salvia family for its square stems, opposite leaves and two-lipped flowers. In this case, the Latin “leuc” in leucantha means white flowers. And true to its name, this salvia is native to central and eastern Mexico. Although it is winter hardy to Zone 7, many use it as an annual or half-hardy perennial for our region. Tony Avent, of Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh, N.C., said it is hardy to 0 degrees Fahrenheit and cautions that the old stems should not be cut back until spring to increase its hardiness. The leaves are lanceshaped and willow-like, 2- to

until a killing frost. You can see from the photo taken of a planting at Russell  the Woodward Park Rock Studebaker Garden the intensity of its flowering. In Our Gardens The flowers are in terminal spikes 6- to 12-inches long 6-inches long, dark gray with the white individual 1above and whitish below to 2-inch flowers surrounded and velvety to the touch. by purple calyxes, which is One could say that it is the the part encompassing the “Lamb’s Ear” plant of the base of the flower. sages and salvias. The purple calyxes remain But, unlike many of the sal- on the flower spikes after the vias, it is not highly aromatic. flowers have dropped, makIn frost-free zones and tropi- ing this salvia one of the few cal areas, it is an evergreen good for use as a cut flower. sub-shrub. The spikes may also be Mexican salvia grows from used in dried arrangements 3- to 4-feet tall and 3- to as the purple calyxes retain 6-feet wide. It flowers best their color when dry. Butterin full sun but will tolerate flies are frequent visitors and afternoon shade. It will grow hummingbirds take advanin almost any well-drained tage of the flower’s nectar soil and will tolerate some before they leave on their drought after it is established. migration in early fall. It likes an evenly moist growUse the Mexican salvia ing soil and needs a long sum- in borders, as a background mer growing period. plant, in perennial gardens This is a plant that reand to attract nectar-feeding sponds to a short day length, insects and birds. Propagate so flowering begins in midby cuttings, seed or divisions. September and continues We often joke about some-

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10122 S. Memorial, Thurs., Oct. 27, 2-6pm; Fri., Oct. 28, 2-6pm; Sat, Oct. 29, 11am-3pm THE FIRST 25 PEOPLE at the Prizemobile each day will receive one admit-two pass to the advance screening at the AMC Southroads Theater, Tuesday, November 1, 7:30pm. *While supplies last. Passes available on a first-come, first-served basis. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Must be 18 years and older. Giveaways may be cancelled due to weather. Complete rules available at Tulsa World offices. Tower Heist has been rated PG-13 (for language and sexual content). Parents strongly cautioned - some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. www.towerheist.net

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PUZZLES AND MORE

Go to tulsaworld.com/crosswords to find a free, interactive crossword each day that you can play online or print. Go to tulsaworld.com/Sudoku to find a free, interactive puzzle each day that you can play or print.

Daughter’s phone bill reveals hidden charges

NEA CROSSWORD

Dear Amy: My 24-year-old professional daughter has been living with a man about her own age for one year. I pay her cellphone bills. Going through bills, I have discovered that she is talking to and texting another man at all hours of the day. I don’t believe the relationship is platonic because I also discovered (through a package sent to our home instead of to hers) that she also spent a weekend with the other man. I want my daughter to be happy and make the right decisions in life. Should I say anything to her or keep my mouth closed? — Disappointed Dad Dear Dad: This situation calls for a father/daughter conversation. Be honest, be open about your concerns and tell her you cannot live her life for her, but you won’t be a party to her dishonesty. Ask, “Do you want to talk about this?” Do not supply answers for her unless she asks for your opinion. In addition, to your compassionate honesty, you can give her a further gift. Tell her you’ve been paying for her phone long enough. It’s time for her to find her own “family plan.” Dear Amy: Over a year ago, I broke up with my boyfriend. We had been together for 18 months. We started dating shortly after I graduated college. I was overwhelmed by entering the workforce, shocked by the transition away from friends and living in my parents’ basement. He was finishing his senior year in college more than 200 miles away. We were each others’ first longterm relationship and in

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many ways we were a great couple. We tried to make things work, but the distance between us, insecurity, jealousy and eventually deceit came between us. After our breakup, things turned ugly and painful. He was hurt by my words and actions. He decided to take a job overseas on a two-year contract, and he has been away for almost a year. I had a somewhat wild streak. I dated many people and threw caution to the wind. Now I am in a more stable situation. My feelings toward him continue to grow stronger and my intentions are more genuine. I’d like to reach out and contact him (via email is the only way), but I am unsure of how to even start the conversation. I’d like to mend this relationship. Is this even possible — or worth it? — Unsure Dear Unsure: Any relationship is worth mending. Tell him you’ve grown up a lot and that you have many regrets for how things ended between you. Tell him what you’re doing and how you’re doing, and ask him a couple of questions, which you can hope he will answer by clicking “reply.” Send questions via email to askamy@tribune.com or by mail to Ask Amy, Chicago Tribune, TT500, 435 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611.

Hot flashes or PMS? Natural progesterone to the rescue

Suzy  Cohen Dear Pharmacist

Dear Pharmacist, I met you at a book signing. You said I should not be taking “unopposed estrogen” and I don’t know what that means. I’m postmenopausal, I had a hysterectomy, and my doctor prescribes estradiol tablets. — L.Y., Baltimore It scares me that millions of women are taking unopposed estrogen medications (meaning, estrogen therapy without any natural progesterone to go with it). Excess estrogen has been linked to breast cancer

and other hormonally-driven disorders. Natural progesterone balances estrogen and is sold without prescription at health food stores as a skin cream. No woman should ever be taking unopposed estrogen meds, even if she has had her uterus removed. Of course, everyone reading this should get physician approval to use progesterone because my opinion columns are intended for edu-

cational purposes, not advice. Sadly, some physicians insist that women who do not have a uterus no longer need progesterone, so they only prescribe estrogen drugs. This is shortsighted because there are progesterone receptors all over the body, not just in the reproductive organs. It supports healthy bones, breasts, heart, liver and brain tissue in men and women. Progesterone protects the breasts and may relieve

DAILY BRIDGE COLUMN BY FRANK STEWART

Tribune Media Services

After a team match at the club, some of us went to dinner at a French restaurant called “Deja Vu.” The headwaiter appraised me and said, “Haven’t I seen you here before?” Many bridge-table circumstances should give you a sense of deja vu. At today’s slam, South takes the king of diamonds and counts six trumps, two hearts, two diamonds and a club. For a 12th trick, he can finesse in hearts or twice in clubs (with the nine, then the queen). How would you play the slam? South should have a feeling that he’s been there before. He should take note of the extra trumps in both his own hand and dummy — a sign that an end play may be possible. South can cash the ace of trumps at Trick Two, take the A-K of hearts, lead a trump to dummy, discard his jack of hearts on the ace of diamonds and ruff a heart. He then leads a trump to dummy and returns a club, covering East’s card. When West wins, he is end-played; he must return a club to South or concede a ruff-sluff. Family circus

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fibrocystic breast pain and reduce risk of breast cancer, studies prove it. This hormone may improve sleep, anxiety and cholesterol levels. Remarkably, progesterone feeds the brain, and a new study points to it’s benefit during the first few hours after a stroke. Natural progesterone is not the same thing as progestin drugs like methoxyprogesterone, which is sold by prescription. When you take unopposed

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Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you’re still a rat. — Lily Tomlin

10-29-11

CElEbRIty CIphER

By Luis Campos

Today’s clue: P equals B

Celebrity Cipher cryptograms are created from quotations by famous people, past and present. Each letter in the cipher stands for another.

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SuDOKu

By Michael Mepham

Complete the grid so each row, column and 3-by-3 box (in bold borders) contains every digit 1 to 9. For strategies on how to solve Sudoku, visit www.sudoku.org.uk.

Solution to yesterday’s puzzle

Sudoku on your cell phone. Enter 783658.com in your mobile Web browser. Get a free game! © 2011 The Mepham Group. Distributed by Tribune Media Services. All rights reserved.


Saturday, October 29, 2011

COMICS

Go to tulsaworld.com/comics to find more than 60 comic strips each day. There are family strips, soap-opera strips and petfriendly strips. And, with a 30-day archive, readers will have more than 1,500 comic strips to choose from on any given day. BLONDIE

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BIZARRO

THE BORN LOSER

PICKLES

BEETLE BAILEY

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RED & ROVER

BABY BLUES

SHOE

GARFIELD

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Tulsa’s five-day forecast

Voted Tulsa’s Best

TODAY

252-5667 •Heating •Cooling •Electric •Plumbing

TONIGHT

SUNDAY

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43°

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70° • 50°

76° • 57°

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Mostly sunny and becoming breezy Winds: SSW 5-20 mph Chance of precip: 0% Feels like: 64

Clear to partly cloudy and not as cold Winds: S 5-15 mph Chance of precip: 0% Feels like: 36

Partly cloudy Winds: VAR 5-15 mph Chance of precip: 10%

Sunny and seasonable Winds: S 5-15 mph Chance of precip: 0%

Mostly sunny and warmer Winds: S 10-25 mph Chance of precip: 10%

Chance of showers and thunderstorms Winds: S 10-20 mph Chance of precip: 40%

REGIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK

Tulsa through 4 p.m. yesterday Temperatures High Low Yesterday 62° 38° Year ago 67° 39° Normals 69° 46° Record high: 86° (1922) Record low: 23° (1925) High for the year 113° (Aug. 3) Low for the year -12° (Feb. 10) Precipitation (in inches) Yesterday (as of 4 p.m.) 0.00” Month to date 1.87” Normal month to date 3.69” Total year to date 25.17” Normal year to date 36.16”

Area map temperatures shown are today’s highs and tonight’s lows. Liberal 71/40

Woodward 70/37

SUN AND MOON Sunrise today Sunset tonight Moonrise today Moonset today

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Nov. 2

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Nov. 10

Nov. 18

Canyon 68/35

New

Statistics as of 7 a.m. Yesterday Measures above unless denoted by minus. Beaver -3.08 Keystone -3.80 Broken Bow -12.60 McGee -6.09 Bull Shoals -2.51 Oologah -2.60 Copan -1.40 Pine Creek -9.31 Eucha -8.77 Salt Plains -1.83 Eufaula -4.10 Sardis -2.50 Fort Gibson -1.30 Skiatook -12.10 Grand -3.81 Spavinaw -0.39 Heyburn -2.14 Table Rock -0.34 Hudson 0.10 Tenkiller -5.10 Hulah -2.30 Texoma -9.02 Kaw -0.30 Wister -2.24 LATER INFO: Call 918-669-7251

Check an updated 5-day forecast any time at tulsaworld.com

Altus 70/40

Childress 71/39

Plainview 69/36

Nov. 25

LAKE LEVELS

Sayre 69/39

TEXAS

7:43 a.m. 6:31 p.m. 11:02 a.m. 9:03 p.m.

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Pampa 65/37

Amarillo 70/37

Vernon 69/41

Lubbock 71/38

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U.S. Extremes

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Hottest: 88˚, Marathon, Fla. Coolest: 5˚, Leadville, Colo.

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0 2 4 6 8 10 11+ A higher UV index indicates a greater need for skin and eye protection.

6:01 PM

TODAY’S FORECAST: A powerful low pressure system will bring wet and windy weather to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast today. Communities from the northern Appalachians to the Northeast interior should brace for early-season moderate snowfall accumulations. A mix of rain and snow is expected to spread to the Northeast coast tonight.

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Miami 66/41

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Bartlesville 67/40

Ponca City 67/40

Claremore Tulsa Stillwater 67/42 Sand 67/43 68/42 Seiling Springs Guthrie 69/38 Springdale 67/43 69/40 63/39 Sapulpa Edmond Clinton ARK. 67/42 68/40 70/40 Muskogee Oklahoma 67/42 Okmulgee City 68/42 68/40 Shawnee Fort Smith Hobart 68/42 Norman 67/40 67/39 McAlester Chickasha 69/41 68/43 67/41 Ada Duncan Lawton 68/43 O K L A H O M A 67/41 68/40 Durant Ardmore 69/43 68/43 Idabel 68/38 Paris Wichita Falls Gainesville Sherman 67/40 70/43 68/43 67/42

Predominant: Ragweed, chenopods

Low: Only severe allergy patients might have symptoms. Medium: Most allergy patients might have symptoms. High: Even slightly allergic patients might have symptoms. Source: Allergy Clinic of Tulsa

Low

Enid 69/40

Carthage 66/45

Weather systems and precipitation forecast for noon today. Temperature color bands are today’s predicted highs and lows.

Pollen count for Friday (parts per cubic meter of air)

Trees 0 Weeds Grass 0 Mold

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Today Tomorrow Hi/Lo/Wx Hi/Lo/Wx

70/44/s 42/29/rs 65/41/s 38/29/pc 59/36/s 70/44/s 40/30/rs 53/33/sh 60/34/pc 45/35/r 41/30/c 65/43/pc 47/33/c 54/28/pc 52/40/s 54/31/pc 50/37/sh 45/30/rs 70/45/s 58/35/s 60/41/pc 52/37/sh 72/46/s 63/25/s 47/28/c 84/71/s 72/47/s 53/35/pc 64/37/s 70/48/pc 65/47/pc 79/74/t 76/56/s 64/37/s 73/57/s 59/35/s

72/44/s 47/31/pc 65/42/s 37/28/c 62/42/s 74/51/s 46/35/s 50/32/pc 62/38/s 45/34/sf 44/28/pc 64/51/s 52/39/pc 51/32/s 55/42/sh 55/43/pc 52/42/c 43/20/sn 70/45/s 56/36/s 55/35/pc 52/44/c 76/48/s 63/27/s 58/35/pc 85/71/s 75/52/s 55/41/sh 70/42/s 69/54/s 60/37/pc 82/76/sh 77/56/s 68/44/pc 73/58/s 63/43/pc

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Memphis Miami Milwaukee Minneapolis Mobile Nashville New Orleans New York City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland, ME Portland, OR Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Sacramento Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan Santa Fe Seattle Shreveport Spokane Tampa Tucson Washington, DC Wichita Yuma

63/39/s 83/72/t 52/38/pc 51/39/pc 68/40/s 60/35/s 67/48/s 42/33/r 64/40/pc 78/55/t 43/33/r 86/61/s 42/29/rs 47/31/sh 59/43/pc 44/33/r 47/32/sh 58/32/sh 69/36/s 45/33/r 61/44/s 78/46/s 61/38/pc 71/44/s 72/57/s 73/53/s 88/76/pc 58/34/s 55/47/sh 69/41/s 49/34/pc 80/58/t 84/53/s 41/34/rs 68/43/s 88/58/s

67/43/pc 80/73/t 50/41/sh 49/34/c 69/43/s 62/43/pc 70/49/s 48/39/s 55/35/pc 76/61/pc 50/35/s 88/61/s 50/35/pc 41/29/sn 57/45/r 46/34/sf 57/32/s 54/40/s 70/38/s 56/40/s 65/40/pc 75/46/s 61/39/s 75/51/s 74/59/s 70/53/s 87/76/t 58/35/s 55/43/r 71/45/pc 51/35/pc 78/63/pc 85/55/s 48/37/s 62/39/pc 90/60/s

Kuwait City Lisbon London Madrid Mexico City Montreal Moscow New Delhi Oslo Paris Prague Rome Santiago Seoul Shanghai Tehran Tel Aviv Toronto Vancouver Vienna Warsaw Zurich

97/70/pc 71/56/s 62/52/pc 68/46/pc 75/42/pc 43/30/s 43/35/c 86/65/s 50/43/c 62/47/c 60/40/pc 73/55/s 75/45/s 62/44/c 69/61/c 56/52/r 73/60/s 50/32/pc 52/46/sh 60/40/s 55/36/pc 61/42/pc

88/63/s 73/56/s 62/54/c 70/45/pc 77/41/s 46/36/s 43/36/c 87/66/s 51/40/pc 65/48/c 59/42/c 71/52/s 79/48/s 63/41/s 71/61/pc 56/49/sh 72/58/s 52/41/pc 52/41/r 59/40/c 56/35/s 60/41/pc

WORLD CITIES Amsterdam Athens Baghdad Bahrain Bangkok Beijing Berlin Bermuda Brussels Buenos Aires Cairo Calgary Caracas Copenhagen Dubai Frankfurt Geneva Havana Hong Kong Istanbul Kabul Kandahar

60/49/c 62/51/pc 80/59/pc 89/77/s 92/79/t 64/39/s 60/41/pc 78/72/t 63/47/c 75/49/s 77/61/s 49/28/pc 89/76/t 57/47/pc 94/77/s 63/44/pc 64/44/pc 84/72/t 80/71/pc 55/44/pc 65/45/pc 80/52/s

58/50/sh 61/46/s 76/54/s 89/78/s 90/78/t 65/40/s 58/42/c 76/69/c 62/48/c 71/48/s 75/59/s 55/31/pc 89/77/t 55/47/sh 94/76/s 61/43/pc 61/43/pc 85/72/t 79/71/pc 55/42/pc 66/44/pc 80/51/s

Weather key: Wx = weather; s = sunny; f = fair; pc = partly cloudy; c = cloudy; hz=haze; fg = fog; sh = showers; r = rain; dz=drizzle; t = thunderstorms; sn = snow; sf = flurries; i = ice; w = windy; rs = wintery mix (rain and snow)

SCARY PRICES FOR HALLOWEEN WEEKEND!! All 2010 stock B&B Shade Trees will be priced reduced and ready to ship now. Two locations and 1,000s of trees to shop from. All sales final, no tagging and cash-n-carry.

PANSIES 4” FLATS REG. $15.00 (5 or more flats - 20% off)

S a n d e r S n u r S e r y.

Better Plants. Better Gardens. Better Prices.

WEEKLY SPECIAL -

WHOLESALE PRICES TO THE PUBLIC

BIRCH, RIVER MT 25 Gal Reg $155.00 SALE $105.88 ELM, ALLEE 25 Gal Reg $185.00 SANDERS $105.88 PINE, LOBLOLLY 15 Gal Reg $90.00

SPARTAN JUNIPER 5-6’ TALL

UPRIGHT JUNIPER

REG. $65.00

4-5’ B&B SPARTAN CANARTI KATLERRI REG $55.00

SALE $58.88

SALE $34.88

GREEN GIANT RED SUNSET ARBORVITAE MAPLE 10 GAL 6’-7’ TALL REG $80.00

15 GAL

SALE $58.88

SALE $68.88

REG $115.00

SALE $68.88

LINDEN, GREENSPIRE 25 Gal Reg $155.00 SALE $105.88 ZELKOVA, GREEN VASE 25 Gal Reg $185.00 SALE $105.88 OAK, PIN 25 Gal Reg $155.00 SALE $105.88 OAK, PIN 5 Gal Reg $32.00

SALE

$19.88

BOXWOOD, WINTERGREEN 7 Gal Reg $32.00 Sanders $28.88 Prices good through: November 4, 2011 (while supplies last)

Sanders Gardening Tips: Water plants, especially evergreens, going into fall and keeping watering until the ground freezes. This will keep your plant from drying out and help protect from further winter damage. BROKEN ARROW / 918.486.1500 20705 East 161st / Broken Arrow, OK 74014 / Take 169 South to Creek Nation Turnpike. Go 7 miles east on Creek Nation and exit County Line Road. Go south 4.5 miles. / Hours: Monday-Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm. Sunday 12:00noon-5:00 pm

INOLA / 918.543.2589 13302 E. 590 Road / Inola, OK 74036 / Take 412 East. Take first right past bridge on NS 416. Go 1/4 mile, turn left (East) on 590 Road (Hwy. 33). Follow signs. Hours: Monday-Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm. Sunday 12:00noon-5:00pm


Business

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Whirlpool is shutting down its Fort Smith, Ark., facility. E2

Dow 30 12,231.11  22.56 | S&P 500 1,285.09  0.50 | Okla. Sweet $89.75  $0.75 | Spot natural gas $3.63  $0.04 | Yen per dollar ¥75.75  ¥0.19 | Gold $1,746.20  $0.50

SemGroup OKs ‘poison pill’ after buyout bid • The shareholder rights plan is in response to the $1.2 billion offer by Plains All-American. BY ROD WALTON

World Staff Writer

SemGroup Corp. launched its counterattack Friday against Plains All-American Pipeline LP’s unsolicited buyout bid by approving the “poison pill” option. The tactic, formally known as the shareholder rights plan, was unanimously approved by the SemGroup board of directors, the Tulsa-based midstream energy company an-

nounced Friday. Plains All-American made its $1.2 billion bid public earlier this week but complained that SemGroup executives were not communicating with it. SemGroup responded by rejecting the offer and saying the bid, at $24 per share, undervalued the oil, gas and asphalt storage and transportation firm. “The Rights Plan is intended to enable all SemGroup stockholders to realize the long-term value of their investment in the company,”

Read the Tulsa World’s coverage of the SemGroup collapse and recovery. tulsaworld.com/semgroup

the SemGroup release reads. “It will not prevent a takeover, but should encourage anyone seeking to acquire the Company to negotiate with the Board of Directors prior to attempting a takeover.” The rights plan, which can be limited in duration, allows SemGroup to issue one right to purchase one half share of common stock for

each share outstanding at close of business on Nov. 7. The rights can be exercised if one person or group acquires 10 percent or more of company stock in a transaction not approved by directors, according to the release. Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc., another Tulsa-based firm facing a hostile takeover earlier this year, adopted a shareholder rights plan in May. Hertz Global Holdings Inc. dropped its buyout bid this week. Plains All-American, one of the nation’s largest publicly held pipeline firms, originally sent an Oct. 6 letter to SemGroup officials ask-

New Pickens plan BY JAY F. MARKS

The Oklahoman

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t’s been more than three years since billionaire oilman T. Boone Pickens unveiled his eponymous energy plan for America. The Holdenville native has spent $82 million to promote the Pickens Plan since July 2008, amassing 1.7 million followers online,

but lawmakers haven’t moved ahead with any of his suggestions. Pickens said he is not sure Congress is ready for a comprehensive energy plan, so he has focused on getting the nation’s trucking fleet running on compressed natural gas, instead of diesel. The NAT GAS Act was introduced in 2009. It now has 185 co-sponsors. “If we can get it to a vote, it’ll pass,” Pickens said recently during a visit to Oklahoma City. He said he expects a similar bill to be filed in the Senate soon. No matter what happens in Washington, D.C., Pickens said he is confident CNG will displace diesel fuel because it is $2 a gallon cheaper. “It’s going to happen, with or without legislation,” he said. Pickens said adopting CNG as a vehicle fuel is an essential part of helping the United States solve its energy

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Southwest Bancorp mulls loans, assets sale

NATURAL CONVERSION: CNG TRUCKING FLEET

Displace diesel

ing them to consider the merger. A press release earlier this week expressed frustration at the Tulsa company’s lack of response. “We are also disappointed by your board’s unwillingness to engage in constructive discussions about our proposal,” the recent Plains letter states. “Accordingly, we are compelled to take our proposal directly to your stockholders by making the terms of our proposal public.” SemGroup responded by downgrading the Plains offer as “opportunistic” and “not compelling.” If ex-

Key points of the Pickens plan

• The potential sale has a $300 million value for the Stillwater National Bank parent company.

• Invest $1 trillion in new wind turbine farms for power generation. • Use more natural gas in transportation — particularly to fuel freight trucks and government vehicles. • Reach a goal of using wind power to produce up to 20 percent of the nation’s energy. • Reduce the amount that the United States spends to import foreign oil from the current $700 billion a year to $400 billion in 10 years.

BY LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer

Southwest Bancorp Inc., the parent company of Stillwater National Bank and Trust Co., on Friday announced that it is considering a bulk sale of loans and real estate valued at approximately $300 million. The loans and assets are primarily nonperforming assets and potential problem loans. Potential buyers can submit preliminary bids by Nov. 1, followed by submission of binding bids later this year. Southwest and its subsidiaries are not bound to complete such a sale and may choose not to seek binding bids, or to reject all binding bids, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Overall, bids are expected to reflect discounts from current asset carrying values. The amount actually sold may be substantially less than $300 million, the company’s filing states. “Earlier this year, we announced that we were establishing a change in our credit culture, and we established a new credit organization and positions with a focus on identifying and reducing classified loans,” Rick Green, Southwest Bancorp’s president and CEO, said in a phone call. The company is pleased with its progress; however, “we would like to consider alternative solutions in addition to what we are under way with,” Green said. In Southwest’s third-quarter earnings report, which was released earlier this month, Green cites several goals for the bank company,

problems. He said it is vital for the country to use its own domestic resources, rather than importing billions of dollars worth of oil from the Middle East. “We have resources in America that would allow us to be energy secure,” Pickens said. In addition to continuing to tout his Pickens Plan, the oilman has defended the controversial natural gas drilling technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” Earlier this year, Pickens said that out of the 800,000 wells that have been fracked in the Southwest, he didn’t know of a single lawsuit or complaint that arose from the process. In fracking, energy companies inject a pressurized fluid, such as water, along with sand and often some chemicals to free up trapped petroleum deposits. The practice has come under scrutiny because of environmental concerns. jmarks@opubco.com

CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World file

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Commission OKs Clean Line to build 800-mile utility line • The project may create about 100 jobs for a Claremore company. BY ROD WALTON

World Staff Writer

The Oklahoma Corporation Commission granted public utility status Friday to a company building an 800-mile power transmission line from Oklahoma wind farms to the Tennessee Valley Authority. Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners LLC’s Oklahoma subsidiary will oversee the opening portion of the 500-kilovolt line bringing 7,000 megawatts in wind-generated power

to the eastern U.S. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2014 with service three years later. Mario Hurtado, Clean Line executive vice president, said his company has talked to more than 15 possible partners already looking at wind farm projects, buying land and other investments. “This is important news for us and we think for Oklahoma,” Hurtado said of the Corporation Commission approval. “It’s not the typical type of project. Obviously we felt pretty strongly that we are rending a public service and this was in the public interest, and, ultimately, the commission agreed.” Clean Line still needs regulatory

BIZ QUICKS Markets settle as questions arise on Europe’s debt plan A quiet day on Wall Street ended Friday with major stock indexes little changed after a big rally the day before. The Dow Jones industrial average closed out its fifth week of gains, its longest winning streak since January. The Dow edged up 23 points, or 0.2 percent, to finish at 12,231.11. Stock indexes jumped more than 3 percent Thursday after European leaders unveiled a plan to expand their regional bailout fund and take other steps to contain the debt crisis in Greece. Optimism ebbed Friday as analysts

raised questions about the plan, which left out many key details about how the fund would work. “It’s a kind of sobering-up after a day of partying,” said Jerry Webman, chief economist with Oppenheimer Funds in New York. The S&P 500 rose less than a point to 1,285.09. The Nasdaq composite fell 1.48, or 0.1 percent, to 2,737.15. Both indexes are on pace to have their best month since January 1987.

Fiat announces timeline for merger with Chrysler Group Fiat SpA targets a merger with Chrysler Group LLC within the next

approval in Arkansas and Tennessee, the other states where the proposed line will intersect. A Memphis power utility recently passed a resolution supporting the project, he noted. “We think it’s significant that Oklahoma has taken the first step on this,” Hurtado said. One key state leader sounded positive of getting ahead on approving the transmission utility. “Clean Line’s project is another great example of Oklahoma’s strong legacy as an energy leader,” Gov. Mary Fallin said in a statement. “Enhanced electric transmission is a key SEE CLEAN E2

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going to yield.” Fiat must first reach an agreement with the United Auto Workers on what to do with the 41.5 percent Chrysler stake that the union’s retiree healthcare trust owns and get in place the necessary financing, Marchionne said, adding that there’s no “immediate need” for a merger as there is “a lot of time.” Fiat, which owns 53.5 percent of Chrysler, expects to get to 58.5 percent by the end of the year after meeting performance targets set during Chrysler’s 2009 bailout.

Chase does about-face on monthly debit card fees Another bank seems to have figured out what Bank of America Corp. has

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found out: Charging for use of debit cards could chase customers away. JPMorgan Chase & Co., which for eight months has been charging its Georgia and northern Wisconsin customers $3 a month for using debit cards, said Friday it has decided to end the test next month and won’t impose the fee anywhere. A host of critics have attacked Bank of America’s plan to start charging account holders $5 a month if they use their debit cards to make purchases (ATM transactions are free). Citibank has raised its fee for a basic checking account but has said it won’t impose a debit fee. US Bank also has said it has no plans for such a fee. Wells Fargo has begun conducting its own tests of a $3 monthly charge. — FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS


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Whirlpool to shut down Arkansas facility • More than 970 employees will be laid off as the company cuts its work force. BY KYLE ARNOLD

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Whirlpool Corp. is shuttering its Fort Smith, Ark., facility and laying off more than 970 employees as the company cuts 10 percent of

its North American and European work force. Whirlpool’s announcement came Friday morning as the company reported $177 million in third-quarter earnings but pledged to cut costs.

The company said the closure is due to the decrease in demand for side-by-side refrigerators because of the weak economy. The plant will be closed by mid-2012. The facility also manufactured trash compactors and built-in refrigerators. “While the Fort Smith location certainly has produced

top-quality products consistent with our long-standing strategy, we have not been cost competitive due to the extremely low production volumes at the facility,” said Al Holaday, Whirlpool’s vice president of integrated supply chain and quality, in a statement. The closure is the latest in a string of bad news from

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• Loans like the one to Solyndra by the Energy Department are under scrutiny. BY ERICA WERNER AND MATTHEW DALY Associated Press

WASHINGTON — On the defensive over a halfbillion-dollar loan to a nowbankrupt solar company, the White House on Friday ordered an independent review of similar loans made by the Energy Department, its latest response to rising criticism over Solyndra Inc. The announcement came as House Republicans prepared for a possible vote next week to subpoena White House documents related to the defunct California company. White House officials said the review would assess the

health of more than two dozen other loans and loan guarantees made by the Energy Department program that supported Solyndra. “While we continue to take steps to make sure the United States remains competitive in the 21st century energy economy, we must also ensure that we are strong stewards of taxpayer dollars,” White House chief of staff Bill Daley said. Congressional Republicans have been investigating the company’s bankruptcy amid embarrassing revelations that federal officials were warned it had problems but nonetheless continued to support it, and sent President Barack Obama to visit the company and praise it publicly. Daley said the review would not look at the Solyndra case but would evaluate other loans worth tens of billions of dollars and recommend steps to stabilize them if they ap-

pear to have problems like the loan to Solyndra. The White House has already refused a request by the Republican-controlled House Energy and Commerce Committee for all its internal communications about Solyndra, which closed its doors and filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this year, costing 1,100 jobs. GOP Reps. Fred Upton of Michigan and Cliff Stearns of Florida said the subpoena was necessary because the White House has denied its requests for documents. Upton chairs the Energy and Commerce panel, and Stearns leads a subcommittee on investigations. Recently released emails and other documents show that White House officials participated in decisions regarding the Solyndra loan. “What is the White House trying to hide from the Amer-

ican public?” Stearns and Upton asked in a joint statement. “It is alarming for the Obama White House to cast aside its vows of transparency and block Congress from learning more about the roles that those in the White House and other members of the administration played in the Solyndra mess.” The panel is seeking documents that might shed light on actions by White House officials in connection with the original 2009 loan to Solyndra as well as a restructuring of the deal that took place earlier this year. Solyndra, of Fremont, Calif., was the first renewableenergy company to receive a loan guarantee under a stimulus-law program to encourage green energy and was frequently touted by the Obama administration as a model. It is currently under criminal investigation by the FBI.

Alliance Resource sets revenue record • Record coal sales account for a 42 percent jump from third quarter 2010. BY ROD WALTON

World Staff Writer

Records in coal sales and pricing drove Alliance Resource Partners LP to a historic $487.7 million in quarterly revenue, the Tulsa-based mining firm reported Friday. Net income climbed 42 percent from last year to $104.1 million for the three months ending Sept. 30. Alliance sold an all-time quarterly high of

8.3 million tons at $56.89 per ton, another milestone. “In addition to posting record financial results, ARLP also continued to build for the future,” Alliance CEO Joseph W. Craft III said in a statement. “During this quarter, we sold approximately 28.4 million tons of coal to be delivered over the next five years.” The company also began construction on the new Gibson South mine in southwestern Indiana during this period. Another growth project included the transaction with White Oak Resources to develop a longwall mining operation in Illinois. Alliance Holdings GP,

which owns the general partner and incentivized distribution rights to ARLP, reported record quarterly net income at $57.1 million. The partnership holding company also declared a cash distribution of 61 cents per unit. Alliance Resource Partners’ board of directors approved its cash distribution at 95.5 cents per unit. Both payouts will be made Nov. 14 to unitholders of record at close of business on Nov. 7. For the nine months so far this year, coal production has increased 8.4 percent over the same period last year, and sales jumped $4.87 per ton sold. Alliance Resource Part-

ners has generated nearly $300 million in net income for the three quarters. Although Alliance’s headquarter offices are in Tulsa, it does not produce coal in Oklahoma. The company operates nine mining complexes in Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Originally Mapco Inc., which entered the coal mining business in 1971, Alliance Corp. bought out Mapco’s coal operations in 1996 and formed the master limited partnership three years later. Rod Walton 918-581-8457 rod.walton@tulsaworld.com

Samsung’s phone Shooting Academy sales top Apple’s gets new owners NEW YORK (AP) — For the first time, Samsung Electronics Co. shipped more smartphones in the latest quarter than tech industry darling Apple Inc. Apple sold 17.1 million iPhones in the third quarter, 3 million fewer than expected. Samsung, meanwhile, shipped more than 27 million, according to analyst estimates. So what happened? For one, Apple’s latest iPhone, the 4S, didn’t come out until the quarter ended, so its sales are not included in the figure. People held back on buying older models in anticipation of the new iPhone, which came out Oct. 14. “People were waiting,” said Francis Sideco, ana-

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including plans “to promptly identify and resolve problem and potential problem assets, until we achieve and maintain acceptable levels.” The bank also aims “to return to sustained profitability” and “produce reliable and attractive returns for our shareholders,” among other goals. For the third quarter, Southwest posted a net loss available to common shareholders of $10.6 million, or 54 cents per diluted share, compared with net income available to common shareholders of $2.8 million, or 15 cents per diluted share for the same quarter last year, according an earnings report released earlier this month.

lyst with the research firm IHS. “We don’t see this as a signal that Apple is all of a sudden losing its edge. It’s their normal thing. But while they are doing this normal thing, Samsung is (going strong) and they happen to have a really good quarter.” Samsung’s quarter was helped by strong sales of its Galaxy phones, though Sideco said the numbers shouldn’t lead to the conclusion that the Samsung Galaxy beat the iPhone. “What beat it is Samsung’s lines,” Sideco said. IHS estimates that Samsung sold about 40 different models during the third quarter. By comparison, Apple had just two — the 4 and the 3GS.

In the 2011 second quarter, the bank company recorded a net loss available to common shareholders of $4.0 million, or 21 cents per diluted share. For the first nine months of the year, Southwest had a net loss available to common shareholders of $13.2 million, or 68 cents per diluted share, compared with net income available to common shareholders for the same period last year of $9.5 million, or 55 cents per diluted share. “Our losses were primarily the result of significantly increased provisions for loan losses and other problem loan-related costs. These increases are generally due to continued weakness in the economy and commercial real estate values in particular,” Green said in the earnings release.

BY ROBERT EVATT World Staff Writer

After more than a year of legal entanglements, the United States Shooting Academy finally has new owners. Bruce Jones, who was operating as receiver of the large shooting range and firearms training academy following a foreclosure filing, sold the facility to Stephen Dixon, Larry Cheatham Jr. and Charles Peters for $3.6 million. Dixon, the managing partner, is a real estate and oil and gas investor. Cheatham is founder and owner of L&L Machine Guns, a Tulsa-based shop that sells fully automatic weapons from across the globe. Peters most recently owned and operated Safe Home Consulting, a personal and residential security product and service provider. Cheatham said they plan The bank company’s provision for loan losses totaled $24.6 million for the third quarter compared with $12.0 million for the same quarter a year ago. Net charge-offs totaled $14.5 million for the quarter compared with $6.6 million for the same quarter last year. The bank company notes that, for the thirdquarter, eight relationships accounted for $12.9 million in charge-offs, of which $5.5 million were on four out-ofmarket relationships. In the earnings release, Green notes that in July Southwest named a new chief banking officer who is responsible for the lending, deposit and treasury services, and a new chief credit officer who has authority over the credit and work-out functions. “We have bolstered our

to continue to develop USSA, starting with an expansion of the pro shop and a push to make the facility as accessible as possible. Additionally, USSA will now feature more than 60 models of machine guns spanning from World War I to modern weaponry and will be available for individual and group rental, he said. The facility was founded by Thomas Fee in 2005 on 93 acres in the Cherokee Industrial Park in Tulsa County. Less than a month after Fee’s death last year, F&M Bank filed for foreclosure in Tulsa County District Court, citing his death as an event default and claiming $2.3 million in unpaid loans. Judge Dana Kuehn ordered the property sold in March. Robert Evatt 918-581-8447 robert.evatt@tulsaworld.com

credit analysis and work-out staff with additional experienced and aggressive officers,” he says. “However, we are not satisfied with the pace of our resolution of problem and potential problem assets. Accordingly, we have undertaken a disciplined analysis of all alternatives available to accelerate the resolution process in the near-term. That analysis is continuing, while our enhanced work-out process proceeds,” he said in the earnings release. As of Sept. 30, Southwest had $2.6 billion in assets, $2.0 billion in total loans and $2.0 billion in deposits. In addition to Oklahoma, the bank company has offices in Texas and Kansas. Laurie Winslow 918-581-8466 laurie.winslow@tulsaworld.com

Whirlpool for Fort Smith. The company has been consistently cutting positions since 2006 when it employed 4,600. Work will be moved to other facilities in Ohio, Iowa and Arizpe, Mexico The factory has 884 hourly and 90 salaried employees. Another 800 employees were waiting for callbacks from re-

cent layoffs. Whirlpool’s cuts in North America and Europe account for about 5,000 employees. It is unclear if any of the company’s cuts will reach Tulsa’s Whirlpool manufacturing facility. Kyle Arnold 918-581-8380 kyle.arnold@tulsaworld.com

FYI: BUSINESS State, national natural gas, oil drilling up

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193 The number of drilling rigs 200 actively exploring for oil or +3 natural gas in Oklahoma went 150 up by three this week to 193, Baker Hughes Inc. reported 100 Friday. The tally is up 31 percent 1st Q 2nd Q 3rd Q 4th Q from the year-ago level of 147. 2011 Nationwide, the net number Tulsa World of active drilling units went up Source: Bloomberg Services by eight this week to 2,021, On 6, laid off four employees in Houston-based Baker Hughes its Tulsa multimedia sales divisaid. The U.S. rig count a year ago sion this week. The layoffs were the result of was 1,672. combining two sales departOf the rigs operating across ments, said Houston Hunt, the nation this week, 1,078 statewide marketing director were exploring for oil and 934 for Oklahoma City-based Griffor natural gas, and nine were fin Communications. listed as miscellaneous. Griffin has some 185 employFriday on the New York Merees in the Tulsa area. cantile Exchange, benchmark 9The communications comcrude oil fell 64 cents to finish pany also recently announced the day at $93.32 per barrel. plans to start construction on a Natural gas rose 16 cents to $3.923 per thousand cubic feet. new $12 million Tulsa headquarters in the Brady District for KOTV and its Internet KOTV owner lays off services. four Tulsa sales staff The company also runs CW affiliate KQCW and KWTV in Griffin Communications, parent company of KOTV News Oklahoma City. — FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS

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OKLAHOMA AGRICULTURE Oklahoma markets The state Department of Agriculture reported the following closing prices Friday: U.S. No. 1 HARD RED WINTER WHEAT: Mostly steady. 6.73-7.22. Frederick, Lawton 6.73; Temple 6.83; Keyes 6.88; Davis 6.89; Hobart 6.93; Hooker 6.98; Miami 7.08; Shattuck 7.10; Alva, Buffalo, Clinton, Weatherford 7.13; Eldorado, Manchester 7.14; Cherokee 7.15; Medford 7.17; Banner, El Reno, Geary, Okarche, Okeene, Watonga 7.18; Perry, Ponca City, Stillwater 7.22; Gulf 7.88. MILO: 3 to 7 cents higher. 9.55-11.33. Frederick 9.55; Alva, Buffalo 10.53; Manchester, Ponca City 10.71; Keyes, Weatherford 11.16;

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ingredient of energy policy.” Clean Line officials estimated that the transmission line project will help create $14 billion in new clean power investments and employ thousands of people. The support pole contracts, with Claremore’s Pelco Structural LLC, alone could generate $300 million in work orders and 100 new jobs. “Plains and Eastern Clean

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ercised, the rights plan would dilute SemGroup stock and make it harder for the hostile bidder to gain a controlling interest. The Tulsa firm’s response, however, left the door open for future potential transactions under more favorable circumstances. “The SemGroup Board takes its fiduciary duties very seriously and is willing to consider any transaction that reflects the full and fair value of SemGroup’s current business and future prospects,” the Monday statement reads. Shares of SemGroup rose 23 cents to close at $28.32 Friday on the New York Stock Exchange. Traders have bumped SemGroup up nearly

Miami 11.23; Hooker 11.28; Medford, Shattuck 11.33; Gulf 12.72. SOYBEANS: 17 to 18 cents lower. 11.27-11.82. Shattuck 11.27; Hooker 11.31; Alva, Buffalo 11.47; Medford 11.57; Ponca City 11.62; Stillwater 11.63; Miami 11.82; Gulf 12.80. CORN: 1 to 3 cents higher. 5.75-6.97. Medford 5.75; Manchester 6.20; Miami 6.49; Ponca City 6.55; Keyes 6.90; Hooker 6.97; Gulf 7.16 ½. CANOLA: N/A. Grade 41, Leaf 4, Staple 34 Cotton in southwestern Oklahoma averaged 100.25 cents per pound. EGGS: Large 1.37, medium 1.20, small 96 cents.

Line (the subsidiary) will solidify Oklahoma’s leadership in clean energy manufacturing,” Pelco President Phil Albert said. “This project creates significant growth opportunities for Oklahoma manufacturers.” Clean Line’s overall $3.5 billion project will build two direct-current lines, according to reports. The utility will not sell its power in Oklahoma, although $12 billion worth of wind farms will be needed to support the system. Rod Walton 918-581-8457 rod.walton@tulsaworld.com

$9 per share in the past three weeks of trading. SemGroup has struggled to generate profits since emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in December 2009. The company had suffered $12.3 million in net losses in the first two quarters this year. Founded in 2000, SemGroup LP grew into one of the nation’s biggest privately held companies through 2007. By 2008, however, nearly $3 billion in margin losses on oil futures positions sapped the firm’s cash flow and forced it into bankruptcy, according to reports. SemGroup emerged from Chapter 11 as a public entity and changed its corporate structure from the previous limited partnership. Rod Walton 918-581-8457 rod.walton@tulsaworld.com


Saturday, October 29, 2011 The Tulsa World stock pages include the 2,100 most-active issues of the previous day, as well as several hundred reader-requested companies. If a stock does not appear, it means its trading volume for that day was below this group.

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Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows

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S&P 500

Close: 1,285.09 Change: 0.50 (flat)

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Total Volume Previous day

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What NASDAQ Did

1,240

1,440

10 DAYS

Advanced Declined Unchanged Total issues New Highs New Lows

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THU 2198 433 78 2709 110 25

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1,120 1,040

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What AMEX Did

2,640 2,520

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NYSE Sales

11,000

2,300

YTD LAST

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12,500

10,500

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Stock footnotes: cc – PE greater than 99. dd – Loss in last 12 mos. d – New 52-wk low during trading day. g – Dividend in Canadian $. Stock price in U.S.$. n – New issue in past 52 weeks. q – Closed-end mutual fund; no PE calculated. s – Split or stock dividend of 25 percent or more in last 52 weeks. Dividend begins with date of split or stock dividend. u – New 52-week high during trading day. v – Trading halted on primary market. Unless noted, dividend rates are annual disbursements based on last declaration. pf – Preferred. pp – Holder owes installment(s) of purchase price. rs – Stock has undergone a reverse split of at least 50 percent within the past year. rt – Rights. un – Units. wd – When distributed. wi – When issued. wt – Warrants. ww – With warrants. xw – Without warrants.

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11,840 11,360

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LaPac -25.9 Lowes -14.8 Lubys -21.5 Lufkin -2.0 lululemn gs+69.4 LumberLiq -38.5 LyonBas A +.3

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1.85 19.87 35.36 14.23 37.29 24.97 7.76 21.71 16.18 19.03 28.00 19.05 38.32 17.06 8.57 25.69 27.09 .59 12.18 14.00

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%CHG -6.5 -5.9 -5.5 -4.6 -3.4 -3.3 -3.3 -3.2 -2.9 -2.8

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7.01 -.22 21.37 -.53 4.92 -.10 61.14 +.71 57.94 +.36 15.33 -.28 34.50 +.91

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Comp U.S. 100 NYSE Engy NYSE Fincl NYSE Hlthcre

LAST 7803.94 5635.06 12948.33 4439.61 6969.29

CHG -10.05 +5.49 -.95 -26.60 +12.81

NASDAQ Index Composite

LAST 2737.15

AMEX Index AMEX Index

LAST 2337.53

CHG -1.48

CHG +27.43

Dow Jones Averages 30 Indus 20 Transp 15 Utils 65 Stocks

LAST 12231.11 5011.98 453.69 4213.77

CHG +22.56 -13.11 -3.51 -5.03

Standard & Poor’s S&P 100 S&P 500 S&P MidCap S&P SmallCap

LAST 577.38 1285.09 910.64 418.56

CHG +.08 +.50 -2.35 -2.65

Wilshire Index Wilshire 5000

LAST 13518.98

CHG -1.58


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Chevron Corp.’s quarterly profit more than doubled as a jump in petroleum prices made up for declining production. Chevron, the second-largest U.S. oil company after Exxon Mobil, said Friday that it sold oil and natural gas at sharply higher prices in the third quarter. The price of gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and other fuels also increased from a year ago, boosting profits at its refineries. For Chevron, oil and natural gas production suffered from July to September because of pipeline troubles in Thailand, tropical storms in the Gulf of Mexico and equipment issues in the United Kingdom and Australia. The company, based in San Ramon, Calif., reported net income of $7.83 billion, or $3.92 per share, for the quarter. Revenue rose 26 percent to $61.3 billion. Results beat expectations of $3.47 per share but fell short of revenue estimates of $70.4 billion, according to FactSet. Shares rose 38 cents to close at $109.64. - From wire reports 110 105 100

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.24 ... 2.44f 3.82f 1.32f 1.08f .92b .48 .38 .42 ... ... ... ... ...

30 8 15 10 13 14 13 16 11 21 16 ... 25 ... ...

EX NAME YTD LAST CHG

a n n a o n n o n n o o n n n n n n n o n n n n n n n n n o n n o o n n n o n o n o n n n n o n n o n n n n n n n o n n n n n n n n o n o n n n a o n n n o n

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22.93 2.16 48.80 75.98 53.67 40.85 40.08 5.49 19.35 33.60 11.40 .89 7.79 4.80 .90

21.66 2.02 46.75 72.26 52.25 39.59 39.32 5.36 18.78 32.95 11.08 .81 7.59 3.91 .85

24.23 3.90 58.00 84.10 56.58 44.67 44.00 7.00 21.20 34.17 14.69 2.58 11.86 14.82 2.45

Country Currency Currency per dollar Friday Thursday Lebanon Malaysia Mexico N. Zealand Norway Pakistan Peru Philpins Poland Russia Saudi Arab Singapore So. Africa So. Korea Sweden Switzerlnd Taiwan Thailand Turkey U.A.E. Uruguay Venzuel

Pound Ringgit Peso Dollar Krone Rupee New Sol Peso Zloty Ruble Riyal Dollar Rand Won Krona Franc Dollar Baht Lira Dirham New Peso Bolivar

Wholesale Gasoline

1505.50 3.0635 13.0377 1.2154 5.4311 86.70 2.706 42.65 3.06 29.7205 3.7505 1.2419 7.7266 1102.87 6.3786 .8621 29.88 30.49 1.7440 3.6732 19.1999 4.2951

1504.50 3.1020 13.1313 1.2196 5.3950 86.82 2.713 42.85 3.02 29.9801 3.7502 1.2417 7.6930 1110.55 6.3229 .8593 30.10 30.51 1.7480 3.6732 19.5495 4.2925

Spot Propane

Average price per gallon of nonbranded unleaded regular including transportation costs: 2.8050 + 0.3540 (tax) = 3.1590

Prices for propane in cents per gallon from regional hub in Conway, Kan.: 135.00

Due Bid Ask Yield Apr 05 12 0.05 0.04 0.04 Apr 12 12 0.05 0.04 0.04 Apr 19 12 0.05 0.04 0.04 Apr 26 12n 0.06 0.05 0.05 Aug 23 12 0.10 0.09 0.09 Dec 08 11 0.01 ... Dec 15 11 0.01 ... Dec 22 11 0.01 ... Dec 29 11 0.01 ... Feb 02 12 0.01 ... Feb 09 12 0.01 ... Feb 16 12 0.01 ... Feb 23 12 0.01 ... Jan 26 12n 0.01 ... Jul 26 12 0.08 0.07 0.07

a o n o n o n n o o n n n n n n

TriangPet -7.1 TridentM h -68.5 TrinaSolar -60.4 TrinityBio +16.9 Trinity +6.8 TriQuint -52.7 Triumph s +29.8 TrueBlue -23.1 TrueRelig +55.2 Trustmk -8.4 Tuppwre +24.8 Turkcell -25.8 TutorPerini -28.6 TwoHrbInv -3.6 TycoIntl +13.5 TylerTech +55.2

6.04 .56 9.28 10.30 28.43 5.53 58.02 13.83 34.55 22.76 59.47 12.71 15.29 9.44 47.05 32.21

+.10 +.04 +.75 ... -.21 +.22 -.12 -.45 +.94 -.44 -.81 -.08 -.23 +.06 +.58 +.15

n n o n n n n n n n o n n o o n n n n n n o n n o n n n n n n o n o n n o o n n n a a a o o

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-.20 -.67 -.01 -.04 -.37 -.24 +.11 +.07 +.02 -.26 -.89 +.89 +.40 -1.38 -.09 -.17 -.61 +.29 +.23 -.61 -.04 +.40 -.71 -.07 +.11 -.06 -.39 -.19 +.34 -.18 +2.89 -1.69 +.21 +1.07 -.33 +.27 -1.26 -.12 -.14 +2.28 -.50 -.05 +.01 -.05 -.02 +.21

o n n n n n n o n n n n o

VCA Ant -10.7 20.79 VF Cp +62.6 140.17 VaalcoE +1.8 7.29 Valassis -39.9 19.44 Vale SA -23.0 26.62 Vale SA pf -17.7 24.86 ValeantPh +45.0 41.03 ValenceT h -39.3 1.02 ValeroE +15.5 26.70 Validus -11.4 27.13 VlyNBcp -9.6 12.31 Valspar +3.9 35.83 ValVis A -41.1 3.60

+2.53 +1.19 -.10 +.03 +.16 +.30 +.24 -.04 +.46 -1.05 -.38 -.12 -.03

U

V

Nov 11 Dec 11 Jan 12 Feb 12 Mar 12 Apr 12 May 12 Jun 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Nov 12 Dec 12 Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 13 Apr 13

305.10 305.86 305.17 304.39 302.16 298.00 297.84 292.39 295.57 295.56 293.52 296.80

294.19

310.55 311.35 309.66 308.04 305.74 299.51 297.84 295.97 295.57 295.56 293.52 296.80

298.04

302.00 305.43 304.79 303.65 301.45 297.75 293.90 291.78 292.36 291.69 293.21 293.92

294.16

305.92 306.64 306.02 304.65 302.31 298.66 295.11 293.00 292.75 292.85 293.21 293.92 294.63 295.04 295.44 294.84 293.19 291.14

-3.92 -3.73 -3.51 -3.42 -3.23 -3.01 -2.78 -2.56 -2.41 -2.29 -2.13 -2.01 -1.90 -1.84 -1.79 -1.79 -1.79 -1.84

93.32 93.24 93.17 93.09 93.00 92.90 92.79 92.68 92.54 92.41 92.32 92.29 92.27 92.15 91.99 91.85 91.73 91.61 91.49 91.37 91.25 91.15 91.08 91.04 91.02 90.92

-.64 -.58 -.51 -.45 -.41 -.41 -.41 -.41 -.42 -.44 -.45 -.45 -.45 -.46 -.47 -.48 -.49 -.50 -.50 -.51 -.52 -.51 -.52 -.53 -.54 -.54

Est. sales 119,771. Thu’s sales 147,064 Thu’s open int. 297,844, -1,062 LIGHT SWEET CRUDE (NYMX) 1,000 bbl.- dollars per bbl.

Dec 11 Jan 12 Feb 12 Mar 12 Apr 12 May 12 Jun 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Nov 12 Dec 12 Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 13 Apr 13 May 13 Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13 Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14

93.08 92.99 92.91 92.79 92.49 92.56 92.27 92.68 92.54 92.39 91.33 91.36 91.73

90.96

90.49

93.93 93.80 93.49 93.51 93.15 93.13 93.00 92.70 92.54 92.41 92.32 92.29 92.51

91.49

91.67

92.01 91.98 91.90 91.80 91.72 91.64 91.54 92.26 91.50 91.66 91.33 91.36 91.13

90.83

90.20

90.32

90.45

90.55

89.80

89.91

90.83 90.75 90.67 90.60 90.55 90.51 90.47 90.44 90.42 90.40 90.39 90.37 90.36 90.36 90.36 90.37 90.39 90.41 90.43 90.45 90.47 90.51 90.55 90.55

-.55 -.55 -.56 -.57 -.57 -.57 -.58 -.59 -.59 -.60 -.60 -.61 -.61 -.61 -.62 -.62 -.62 -.62 -.62 -.62 -.63 -.63 -.64 -.64

3.923 4.042 4.053 4.020 4.010 4.042 4.080 4.125 4.150 4.152 4.191 4.333 4.582 4.717 4.702 4.646 4.541 4.556 4.587 4.623 4.643 4.647

+.159 +.146 +.142 +.138 +.135 +.130 +.127 +.125 +.123 +.123 +.122 +.116 +.108 +.101 +.100 +.099 +.099 +.096 +.097 +.096 +.096 +.096

Est. sales 505,880. Thu’s sales 657,644 Thu’s open int. 1,359,656, -18,190 NATURAL GAS (NYMX) 10,000 mm btu’s, $ per mm btu

Dec 11 Jan 12 Feb 12 Mar 12 Apr 12 May 12 Jun 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Nov 12 Dec 12 Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 13 Apr 13 May 13 Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13

3.930 4.048 4.055 4.020 4.008 4.040 4.078 4.125 4.142 4.149 4.189 4.332 4.566 4.716 4.663 4.627 4.505

3.940 4.065 4.077 4.027 4.027 4.070 4.088 4.127 4.152 4.155 4.195 4.336 4.589 4.721 4.702 4.646 4.542

3.771 3.905 3.922 3.900 3.890 3.871 3.976 4.012 4.085 4.074 4.110 4.280 4.494 4.660 4.663 4.610 4.505

4.553 4.595

4.587 4.623

4.553 4.595

ValueClick +9.2 17.50 VanceInfo -62.4 12.99 VangSTBd +1.0 81.30 VangTotBd +3.7 83.25 VanHiDvY +5.6 44.60 VangGrth +4.0 63.89 VangSmCp 0.0 72.61 VangTSM +1.6 65.95 VangValu +.1 53.37 VanS&P500 +2.2 58.83 VangREIT +6.2 58.80 VangDivAp +3.8 54.65 VangAllW -5.5 45.09 VangEmg -10.2 43.23 VangPac -5.4 53.95 VangEur -2.0 48.09 VangEAFE -3.5 34.88 VantageDrl -29.1 1.44 VarianMed -12.6 60.57 VarianSemi+69.9 62.80 VascoDta +10.1 8.95 Vectren +13.6 28.82 VeecoInst -34.5 28.13 Ventas +6.8 56.04 VeoliaEnv -48.4 15.14 VBradley +35.2 44.60 VeriFone +11.5 43.00 Verisign +.6 32.85 Verisk +2.6 34.96 VerizonCm +5.2 37.63 VertxPh +18.7 41.58 ViacomA +19.4 54.77 ViacomB +13.3 44.89 ViadCorp -15.7 21.46 Vical +50.0 3.03 VimpelCm -23.5 11.50 VirgnMda h -9.1 24.77 VirnetX +31.9 19.58 ViroPhrm +18.9 20.60 Visa +35.1 95.10 VishayInt -22.3 11.40 VistaGold +59.4 3.81 VistaPrt -23.4 35.25 Visteon -23.0 57.18 VitaminSh +12.6 37.89 Vitran g -61.3 5.08 Vivus -1.8 9.20 VMware +12.6 100.08 Vodafone +6.6 28.19 Volcano -8.0 25.12 Volterra +3.4 23.94 Vonage +52.2 3.41 Vornado -.3 83.11 VulcanM -25.1 33.21

-.23 -.78 +.05 +.30 -.13 +.21 -.22 +.06 -.02 +.06 +.12 -.03 -.37 -.24 +.10 -.63 -.29 -.08 +1.05 +.06 +.82 -.18 -.29 +1.37 -.71 -.41 +1.57 +.47 +.19 -.03 -1.00 +.27 -.70 -.41 -.05 -.24 -1.30 +.81 +.89 +.70 +.06 +.01 +3.61 +6.02 -.71 +.18 -.03 +.68 -.47 +.62 -.76 +.02 +.44 -1.42

n o n n n n n n n n o o n n n n n n n n o o o

W&T Off +16.6 WD 40 +10.6 WGL Hold +21.5 WMS -51.0 Wabash -39.7 WABCO -15.4 WaddellR -17.6 Walgrn -13.2 WalterEn -36.4 Warnaco -9.2 WarnerCh -18.4 WashFed -17.5 WREIT -5.3 WasteCon s+26.1 WsteMInc -8.5 WatrsCp n +5.8 Watsco 0.0 WatsnPh +34.3 WattsWtr -10.6 WeathfIntl -28.6 Web.com +23.1 WebMD -27.9 Websense -9.5

-.18 -.43 -.17 +.87 -.01 +.31 +.13 -.32 +2.09 +.86 -.28 +.08 -1.62 -.78 -.35 +1.27 -.73 -.21 -.20 +.01 +.60 +.11 +.03

W

20.83 44.56 43.45 22.17 7.15 51.57 29.08 33.81 81.25 50.02 18.40 13.96 29.34 34.71 33.72 82.22 63.07 69.35 32.70 16.29 10.40 36.79 18.32

-.94 ... +1.25 +3.31 +.54 -.26 -.39 -.23 -.30 -.32 -.25 +.01 +.04 +.77 -.05

+16.2 -32.2 +.9 +15.4 -1.3 -2.8 -.3 -21.8 -5.1 +13.9 -8.5 -53.5 -24.1 -62.1 -53.5

EX NAME YTD LAST CHG

n n n n n n n n o n n n n n n n n o o n n o n n n o o o n n n n n n o n n o n o

WebsterFn +4.9 20.67 WtWatch +103.3 76.21 WeinRlt +.8 23.95 WeisMk -2.5 39.31 Wellcare +63.4 49.39 WellPoint +20.8 68.68 WellsFargo -12.6 27.08 Wendys Co+10.2 5.09 WernerEnt +6.7 24.11 Wesco Intl -6.0 49.61 WestarEn +9.1 27.44 WstnAlliB -10.3 6.60 WAHiInOp -1.6 5.98 WstAMgdHi -3.3 5.92 WDigital -19.5 27.30 WstnRefin +60.4 16.97 WstnUnion -3.0 18.01 WstptInn g +70.0 31.48 WetSeal +15.1 4.26 Weyerh -3.3 18.30 WhitingPt s -14.0 50.39 WholeFd +45.6 73.65 Willbros -44.2 5.48 WmsSon +7.5 38.35 WillisGp +5.3 36.45 WilshBcp -55.1 3.42 Windstrm -12.0 12.27 Winn-Dixie -8.4 6.58 Wipro -30.3 10.79 WiscEn s +11.6 32.84 WTDv exF +6.7 51.25 WT EmEq -8.6 54.57 WT India -22.0 20.58 WolvWW +19.8 38.20 Woodward -6.4 35.17 WorldFuel +11.1 40.16 Worthgtn +1.5 18.68 WrightM +16.9 18.16 Wyndham +15.6 34.63 Wynn +32.9 138.03

-.32 -.12 +.32 -1.23 -.31 -1.90 +.01 -.09 -.19 -.39 -.14 -.26 -.01 -.04 -.12 +.41 +.02 +1.60 -.29 +.36 +.72 -.55 +.30 -1.15 -.66 -.07 +.03 -.11 +.30 -.56 -.16 -.28 +.09 +.48 -.43 -1.07 +.32 +.05 -.44 +1.14

n o n n o n o a n o o n o n n n o n o o n o o o o o o o n n

XL Grp +3.4 X-Rite -1.3 XcelEngy +10.0 Xerox -26.0 +14.5 Xilinx Xylem wi +6.5 Xyratex -14.4 YM Bio g -26.2 YPF Soc -30.9 YRC rsh -98.5 Yahoo -.4 Yamana g +21.5 Yandex n -27.6 YingliGrn -51.6 Youku n -34.7 YumBrnds +10.4 Zagg +82.8 ZaleCp -10.8 Zalicus -19.6 ZhoneTech -64.4 Zimmer +1.2 ZionBcp -24.7 Ziopharm +10.5 ZipRlty -31.2 Zipcar n -25.0 Zix Corp -39.8 Zogenix n -63.5 Zoltek -32.3 Zweig -9.0 ZweigTl -12.1

-.22 +.01 -.29 -.04 -.06 +.20 +.14 -.02 -.59 -.00 -.07 ... +.39 +.26 +2.25 -.25 +.40 -.08 +.24 +.07 +.13 -.05 +.35 +.21 +1.48 +.05 +.07 +.02 -.01 -.02

X-Y-Z

22.56 4.51 25.91 8.53 33.19 25.82 13.96 1.72 34.79 .06 16.56 15.55 28.13 4.78 22.85 54.14 13.93 3.80 1.27 .95 54.30 18.24 5.15 1.79 21.00 2.57 2.07 7.83 3.05 3.13

OPEN HIGH LOW SETTLE CHG GOLD (COMX) 100 troy oz.- dollars per troy oz.

Nov 11 Dec 11 Feb 12 Apr 12 Jun 12 Aug 12 Oct 12 Dec 12

1743.30 1744.20 1745.90 1748.40 1749.40 1753.00 1746.80 1755.50

1752.00 1754.00 1755.50 1756.40 1757.50 1754.30 1756.10 1760.60

1733.00 1733.00 1735.80 1739.50 1739.20 1746.00 1746.80 1746.90

1746.20 1747.20 1749.30 1750.90 1752.60 1754.30 1756.10 1758.10

-.50 -.50 -.50 -.50 -.50 -.60 -.60 -.80

Nov 11 Dec 11 Jan 12 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Sep 12 Dec 12

3545.5 3521.5 3532.0 3520.0 3525.5 3553.0 3524.5 3532.5

3545.5 3570.0 3557.0 3568.0 3539.5 3553.0 3535.8 3563.0

3487.5 3471.5 3495.5 3478.0 3504.5 3513.0 3496.5 3513.0

3527.0 3528.8 3530.3 3533.3 3535.1 3535.8 3535.8 3535.8

+17.4 +17.6 +17.7 +17.6 +17.7 +17.8 +17.8 +17.8

Est. sales 113,943. Thu’s sales 170,748 Thu’s open int. 442,345, -4,468 SILVER (COMX) 5,000 troy oz.- cents per troy oz.

PREV FRI THU FRI Prime Rate 3.25 3.25 3.25 Discount Rate Primary 0.75 0.75 0.75 Fed Funds Target .00-.25 .00-.25 .00-.25 T-Bill, annualized, adjusted for constant maturity: 1-year 0.12 0.12 0.11 T-Notes: 1-year 0.17 0.17 0.15 2-year 0.29 0.32 0.27 5-year 1.13 1.20 1.07 10-year 2.32 2.40 2.21 T-Bond: 30-year 3.38 3.45 3.26

Est. sales 39,221. Thu’s sales 58,504 Thu’s open int. 110,917, +3,871

Spot Non-Ferrous Metals Gold (troy oz): London PM fix HSBC Bank USA NY Merc Silver (troy oz): NY Merc spot Copper (pound): NY Merc spot Aluminum (pound): LME Platinum (troy oz): NY Merc spot

$1741.00 $1743.00 $1746.20 $35.270 $3.7020

Palladium (troy oz): NY Merc spot Cash Prices: Lead (metric ton) Zinc, HG (pound) Gold Coins: U.S. Eagle 1 oz

$668.25 $1951.00 $0.8529 $1819.35

$1.0132 $1651.80

AGRICULTURE

Open High Low Settle Chg

89.97

21.86 2.13 48.56 75.91 52.72 40.03 39.63 5.36 19.01 33.19 11.15 .86 7.68 4.70 .86

Precious Metals

Due Bid Ask Yield Jun 28 12 0.07 0.06 0.06 Mar 01 12 0.03 0.01 0.01 Mar 08 12 0.03 0.02 0.02 Mar 15 12 0.04 0.03 0.03 Mar 22 12 0.04 0.03 0.03 Mar 29 12 0.05 0.04 0.04 May 03 12 0.05 0.05 0.05 May 31 12 0.06 0.05 0.05 Nov 10 11 0.01 ... Nov 17 11 0.01 ... Nov 25 11 0.01 0.01 Oct 18 12 0.12 0.10 0.11 Sep 20 12 0.10 0.09 0.09

FUTURES Feb 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Nov 14 Dec 14 Jan 15 Feb 15 Mar 15 Apr 15 May 15 Jun 15 Jul 15 Aug 15 Sep 15 Oct 15 Nov 15 Dec 15 Jan 16

77 8 155 131 117 15 412 1 287 496 153 51 468 253 633

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Dow Jones Telerate

ENERGY Open High Low Settle Chg HEATING OIL (NYMX) 42,000 gal, cents per gal

14.64 2.02 39.12 55.99 43.77 30.50 33.06 4.18 12.41 24.41 7.34 .60 6.35 3.75 .76

EX NAME YTD LAST CHG EX NAME YTD LAST CHG

Treasury Bills

The New York foreign exchange selling rates below apply to trading among banks in amounts of $1 million and more, as quoted at 3 p.m. Central time by Dow Jones and other sources. Retail transactions provide fewer units of foreign exchange per dollar.

95 90

AAON Inc. ADDvantage Tech Alliance Holdings GP Alliance Res Prtnrs BOK Financial Corp. BancFirstCorp Commerce Bancshares Educational Dvlpmt. International Banc Jack Henry & Assoc. Matrix Service Co. RAM Energy Resources Sonic Corp. Southwest Bancorp Syntroleum Corp.

MONEY, METALS AND ENERGY

Foreign Exchange

Chevron Corp. NYSE: CVX

NASDAQ

Open High Low Settle Chg

Oct 13 Nov 13 Dec 13 Jan 14 Feb 14 Mar 14 Apr 14 May 14 Jun 14 Jul 14 Aug 14 Sep 14 Oct 14 Nov 14 Dec 14 Jan 15 Feb 15 Mar 15 Apr 15 May 15 Jun 15 Jul 15

4.780 4.980 5.120

4.801 5.043 5.161

4.780 4.980 5.120

4.845 4.880

4.886 4.896

4.845 4.880

4.985

5.022

4.985

5.470

5.484

5.470

5.150

5.154

5.150

4.681 4.801 5.043 5.161 5.134 5.056 4.886 4.896 4.926 4.963 4.985 4.992 5.022 5.142 5.367 5.484 5.450 5.364 5.154 5.164 5.192 5.227

Est. sales 352,442. Thu’s sales 344,740 Thu’s open int. 963,066, -11,722 NY HARBOR GAS BLEND (NYMX) 42,000 gallons- dollars per gallon Nov 11 Dec 11 Jan 12 Feb 12 Mar 12 Apr 12 May 12 Jun 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Nov 12 Dec 12 Jan 13 Feb 13 Mar 13 Apr 13 May 13 Jun 13 Jul 13 Aug 13 Sep 13 Oct 13

2.6866 2.6541 2.6411 2.6355 2.6326 2.7815 2.7637 2.7553 2.7357

2.7436 2.7112 2.6967 2.6727 2.6772 2.8125 2.7789 2.8033 2.7385

2.6739 2.6395 2.6282 2.6252 2.6307 2.7679 2.7619 2.7426 2.7279

2.5504

2.5585

2.5488

2.5159

2.5521

2.5145

2.6822 2.6461 2.6343 2.6322 2.6369 2.7725 2.7677 2.7501 2.7279 2.7039 2.6796 2.5551 2.5296 2.5211 2.5216 2.5291 2.5371 2.6431 2.6491 2.6361 2.6156 2.5946 2.5716 2.4571

+.096 +.095 +.092 +.089 +.088 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.086 +.084 +.081 +.081 +.081 +.081 +.081

-.0598 -.0611 -.0582 -.0568 -.0559 -.0515 -.0511 -.0506 -.0498 -.0478 -.0449 -.0424 -.0424 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421 -.0421

Open High Low Settle Chg WINTER WHEAT (KCBT) 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel Dec 11 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12

732 746.50

743 754

727.50 742.50

772

772

760

738 753.25 762.50 771

Est. sales .... Thu’s sales 15,181 Thu’s open int. 155,560, +215 CATTLE (CME) 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

Oct 11 Dec 11 Feb 12 Apr 12

121.25 119.12 121.97 126.00

121.90 121.05 123.80 127.45

120.50 119.00 121.90 125.90

120.95 119.05 121.95 125.90

... +.75 +.25 +.25

+.20 -.85 -.72 -.55

Est. sales 41,902. Thu’s sales 43,308 Thu’s open int. 330,849, -1,709 FEEDER CATTLE (CME) 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb. Nov 11 Jan 12 Mar 12 Apr 12

141.17 145.62 146.35 146.95

142.55 147.27 148.00 148.50

140.75 145.37 146.20 146.95

141.10 145.60 146.50 147.35

-.47 -.35 -.37 +.15

Dec 11 Feb 12 Apr 12 May 12

86.95 89.92 92.40 97.80

87.42 90.70 93.05 98.35

86.55 89.52 92.05 97.42

86.67 89.90 92.25 98.25

+.02 +.23 +.08 +.40

Est. sales 6,044. Thu’s sales 5,782 Thu’s open int. 35,255, -502 HOGS-Lean (CME) 40,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

Est. sales 28,610. Thu’s sales 36,539 Thu’s open int. 279,423, -658

Open High Low Settle Chg COTTON 2 (ICE) 50,000 lbs.- cents per lb.

Dec 11 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Oct 12 Dec 12 Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Oct 13

103.05 101.00 100.00 100.00

105.05 102.71 101.84 101.00

102.59 100.43 100.00 99.21

96.49

97.89

96.20

98.58 97.58

99.33 98.08

98.40 97.25

Dec 11 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Sep 12 Dec 12 Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13

654 666.75 667.75 672.50 632 612.50 627 625.75 635 605.75

657 668.25 674.25 678.25 636.50 617 627 632.25 637 608

Dec 11 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Sep 12 Dec 12 Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13

333.25 343.50 350.50 356.50 362.50 354 365 371 377 385

336.25 347 353.50 359.50 365.50 357 368 374 380 388

Nov 11 Jan 12 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12

1217 1226 1236 1244.25 1254

1241.75 1251 1259.50 1268.50 1276.75

Open High Low Settle Chg

Aug 12 Sep 12 Nov 12 Jan 13 Mar 13

1270.25 1259 1237 1247.50 1260

1270.25 1259 1256 1247.50 1260

1251.75 1252 -17 1242.50 1242.50 -16.50 1234 1236.50 -14.50 1245 1245 -14.25 1250.25 1250.25 -14.50

Dec 11 Jan 12 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Dec 12 Jan 13

318.50 319.80 322.70 324.80 327.70 328.30 328.30 328.00 324.20 330.50

324.60 326.50 328.30 330.50 333.60 333.40 332.30 330.00 329.10 330.50

316.60 318.90 321.90 324.30 327.20 328.00 327.60 323.30 324.20 325.90

317.50 319.80 322.80 325.10 328.00 328.40 327.60 323.30 324.20 325.90

-6.00 -5.80 -5.70 -5.40 -5.60 -5.50 -5.30 -4.90 -4.60 -4.60

Dec 11 Jan 12 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Aug 12 Sep 12 Oct 12 Dec 12 Jan 13

51.47 51.72 52.13 52.45 52.85 53.47 53.50 53.00 52.84 53.41

52.34 52.56 52.89 53.30 53.54 53.47 53.52 53.41 53.50 53.41

51.36 51.61 52.00 52.39 52.65 52.90 53.22 53.00 52.68 53.12

51.77 52.03 52.41 52.77 53.06 53.15 53.22 53.14 53.12 53.12

-.34 -.34 -.34 -.33 -.33 -.32 -.30 -.27 -.29 -.29

Dec 11 Mar 12 May 12 Jul 12 Sep 12 Dec 12 Mar 13 May 13 Jul 13 Sep 13

638.25 674 697 711.75 734.75 753.50 771 780 762.75 775

652.75 688.50 710.50 725.50 743.50 763.50 780 784.75 770 784

636.25 672 695.50 711.50 731.75 750.25 768.50 780 760 775

644.50 680.50 703.25 719 743.50 761.50 778 784.75 767 784

+.50 +.75 +1 +.75 +3.50 +5.50 +6 +5.50 +5.50 +5

104.37 +.05 102.50 +.19 101.68 +.21 100.84 +.47 98.48 -.61 97.84 +.48 98.84 +.62 99.33 +1.44 98.08 +.68 96.61 +.25

Est. sales 395,541. Thu’s sales 289,972 Thu’s open int. 529,595, -4,570 SOYBEAN MEAL (CBOT) 100 tons- dollars per ton

645.25 657.50 662.50 666 627 606.50 617.25 625.75 633.75 605.75

655 667 673.25 677.25 634.50 616 626 632.25 636.25 608

Est. sales 90,986. Thu’s sales 58,326 Thu’s open int. 185,512, -2,336 SOYBEAN OIL (CBOT) 60,000 lbs- cents per lb

330 343 350.50 356.50 362.50 354 365 371 377 385

336.25 +2.75 347 +3 353.50 +3 359.50 +3 365.50 +3 357 +3 368 +3 374 +3 380 +3 388 +3

Est. sales 23,332. Thu’s sales 25,566 Thu’s open int. 160,896, +590 CORN (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Est. sales 500,514. Thu’s sales 256,489 Thu’s open int. 1,225,145, +1,339 OATS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Est. sales 2,661. Thu’s sales 1,017 Thu’s open int. 16,433, -194 SOYBEANS (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

+3.50 +3.50 +4.50 +5.50 +2.25 +2.75 +2.75 +2.75 +2.50 +1.25

1215.25 1217 -18 1224 1226 -18 1233.50 1235.75 -17.75 1242.75 1244.75 -17.25 1252 1254 -17

Est. sales 131,930. Thu’s sales 108,324 Thu’s open int. 305,075, -868 WHEAT (CBOT) 5,000 bu minimum- cents per bushel

Est. sales 166,963. Thu’s sales 88,474 Thu’s open int. 432,199, -232


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MUTUAL FUNDS

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Table combines biggest and reader-requested mutual funds.

Mutual fund abbreviations

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Data based on NAVs reported to Lipper by 5 p.m. Central.

FUND: Fund’s name. NAV: Net asset value, or sell price.

Footnotes

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What’s published

How to read the mutual fund table

CHG: Change in NAV since prior day. YTD: Year-to-date percentage increase or decrease in NAV. DIV: Current annual dividend rate, based on latest declaration, unless otherwise footnoted. LOAD: Commission that fund charges. 2RET: Annualized return for prior 2 years.

e – Ex-capital gains distribution. f – Previous day’s NE - Data in question. NN - Fund does not wish to quote. n or NL - No up-front sales charge. p – Fund be tracked. NS - Fund did not exist at start date. assets used to pay distribution costs. r – Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s Local Interest footnotes: *Annualized. **In some – Stock dividend or split. t – Both p and r. x – Excash dividend. NA - No information available. 401(k) plans the load may be waived.

FUNDS OF LOCAL INTEREST YTD 1-yr 3-yr %Rtn %Rtn* %Rtn*

Fund Name

NAV

Chg

Amer Beacon Inv: IntlEqInv

15.84

-.12

-2.3

+0.5 +17.8

Amer Century Adv: EqIncA p Amer Century Inv: IntlGroI

7.27 10.58

-.02 -.07

+2.8 -2.9

+8.1 +13.4 +1.8 +20.3

Dodge&Cox: Balanced

69.57

-.03

+.9

Amer Beacon Inv: SmCap Inv 18.75

Davis Funds A: NYVen A Dodge&Cox: Stock Federated A: CapApA

-.12

33.71

+.01

105.40 18.28

-.14 ...

Federated Funds: MaxCapSvc 13.23 Fidelity Advisor A: DivIntlA r

15.21

Fidelity Advisor T: DivGrT p Fidelity Advisor T: EqInT

12.08 23.31

Fidelity Freedom: FF2020

13.91

Fidelity Freedom: FF2010

Fidelity Freedom: FF2030 Fidelity Freedom: Income Fidelity Invest: Contra Fund

NAV Chg 2Ret

Alger Funds B: CapApr t 13.27 +.07 +11.1 LgCapGr 10.89 +.04+10.0 Alger Funds I: CapApprI 21.37 +.11+12.0 SmCapGrI 27.72 +.06+15.5 AllianceBernstein : IntDrInstl 15.95 +7.4 AllianceBern A: GloblBdA 8.35 +6.7 GrIncA p 3.55 +12.7 HighIncoA p 8.73 +11.1 LgCpGrA p 25.82 +.05+10.3 AllianceBern B: IntlGrB t 12.69 -.01 +2.3 SCpGrB t 28.22 -.09+25.6 AllianceBern C: GrIncC t 3.52 -.01+12.0 LgCpGrC t 22.25 +.04 +9.3 Allianz Admin MMS: NFJSCpV t 29.66 -.08+17.1 Allianz Fds Instl: NFJDvVl 11.65 -.04+12.5 SmCpVl 31.16 -.08+17.4 Allianz Funds A: NFJDvVl t 11.56 -.04+12.1 SmCpV A 29.67 -.08+16.9 TargetA 18.74 +.13+14.6 Alpine Funds: TxOptInc 10.06 +1.6 AmanaGrwN 24.69 +.06 +10.7 AmanaIncN 32.28 -.02 +10.0 Amer Beacon Insti: IntlEqIns 16.01 -.12 +3.3 LgCapInst 19.52 -.02 +9.7 SmCpInst 19.28 -.13+14.3 Amer Beacon Inv: LgCap Inv 18.49 -.02 +9.3 Ameri Century 1st: Growth 26.71 +.06+13.3 Amer Century Inst: EqInc 7.27 -.02+10.3 Amer Century Inv: AllCapGr 28.66 +.12+15.1 DivBnd 11.09 +.03 +6.2 DivBnd 11.09 +.03 +6.0 EqGroI 21.93 -.02+13.0 EqInc 7.27 -.02+10.1 GNMAI 11.19 +.03 +6.0 GlGold 24.70 +.59+19.4 GovBd 11.51 +.03 +5.2 GrowthI 26.46 +.05+13.2 HeritageI 20.99 +.09+18.2 IncGro 24.94 -.06+12.2 InfAdjBd 12.93 +.05 +8.8 IntTF 11.19 +4.8 IntTF 11.19 +5.0 IntlBnd 14.83 -.03 +3.5 IntDisc 9.85 -.07 +8.4 MCapVal 12.39 -.06+13.2 NTDvBd 10.96 +.03 +6.1 SelectI 40.12 +.17+13.2 StrMod 6.65 +9.4 Ultra 23.99 +.10+14.6 ValueInv 5.67 -.02 +9.3 16.49 +.06+13.8 Vista ZrCpn2015 111.30 +.30 +7.3 ZrCpn2020 90.23 +.56 +11.6 ZrCpn2025 78.31 +.66+14.7 American Funds A: AmcpA p 19.33 -.03 +11.6 AMutlA p 25.85 -.08 +11.5 BalA p 18.57 +.01 +11.1 BondA p 12.51 +.03 +6.6 CapIBA p 50.15 -.15 +7.7 CapWGA p 34.20 -.15 +4.5 CapWA p 21.08 +.04 +5.6 EupacA p 39.09 -.06 +3.1 FdInvA p 36.58 -.09+10.0 GlblBalA 24.92 -.05 NS GovtA p 14.52 +.04 +5.5 GwthA p 30.21 +.04 +8.3 HI TrA p 10.91 +.02+10.6 HiInMuniA 13.90 +.01 +6.1 IncoA p 16.87 -.04+10.9 IntBdA p 13.60 +.03 +3.9 IntlGrIncA p 30.08 -.18 +5.4 ICAA p 27.89 -.05 +8.5 LtTEBA p 15.82 +4.9 NEcoA p 25.18 -.13 +8.6 N PerA p 28.22 +.04 +7.8 NwWrldA 51.15 +.03 +6.9 STBFA p 10.08 +1.5 SmCpA p 35.46 -.10 +9.9 TxExA p 12.26 +5.1 WshA p 28.60 -.04+13.4 American Funds B: BalB p 18.50 +10.2 CapIBB p 50.17 -.16 +6.9 CpWGrB t 34.01 -.16 +3.7 GrwthB t 29.14 +.03 +7.5 IncoB p 16.75 -.04+10.1 ICAB t 27.78 -.05 +7.7 A GthFdD 2.65 -.01 -.7 Arbitrage Funds: ArbitrageI 13.35 +3.7 ArbitrgR p 13.13 +3.4 Ariel Investments: Apprec 41.39 +.26+13.0 Ariel 44.39 +.44+12.1 Artio Global Funds: GlHiIncA tx 10.17 -.01 +8.2 GlHiIncI rx 9.75 -.01 +8.4 IntlEqI r 26.14 +.02 -2.5 IntlEqA 25.46 +.02 -2.8 IntEqIIA t 10.87 -2.2 IntEqII I r 10.96 -1.9 TotRet I x 13.86 +.02 +7.3 Artisan Funds: Intl 21.80 +.09 +4.9 IntlVal r 26.64 -.19 +9.7 MidCap 35.53 +.08+21.5 MidCapVal 21.67 -.06+14.8 SCapVal 16.85 -.12 +11.5 Aston Funds: FairMCpN 30.56 +.07+14.0 M&CGroN 25.17 +.01 +9.3 BBH Funds: BdMktN x 10.34 -.01 +2.7 BNY Mellon Funds: BondFd 13.34 +.04 +5.1 EmgMkts 10.32 +.03 +2.8 IntBdFd 13.04 +.03 +4.0 LgCpStk 8.50 +.02+10.1 MdCpStk 11.78 +.04+14.2 NtIntMu 13.38 +4.7 NtShTMu 12.93 +1.9 Baird Funds: AggBdInstN 10.81 +.05 +7.4 ShtTBdInstN 9.67 +.01 +3.5 Baron Fds Instl: Growth 53.77 +.19+16.4 Baron Funds: Asset 56.58 -.08+14.4 Growth 53.44 +.19+16.0 Partners p 19.69 -.05+15.8 SmallCap 24.20 -.06+15.8 Bernstein Fds: IntDur 13.98 +7.2 Ca Mu 14.49 +4.6 DivMu 14.53 +4.3 NYMu 14.28 +4.0 TxMgdIntl 14.42 -.06 -.7 IntlPort 14.30 -.06 -.7 EmMkts 28.67 +2.9 Berwyn Funds: Fund 29.78 -.34+20.3 Income 13.37 -.01 +8.3 BlackRock A: BaVlA p 25.47 +.03 +9.2 CapAppr p 22.16 +.10+10.3 Eng&ResA 37.16 +.57 +11.1 EqtyDiv 18.28 -.04+12.1 GlAlA r 19.45 +6.9

-.9 -3.9

+6.0 +15.9

+6.3 +15.9

+6.3 +16.6 +1.7 +9.3

+3.5

+10.4 +17.0

+.01 -.01

-3.6 +1.7

+6.5 +25.4 +10.7 +15.3

+.03

+1.0

+5.5 +15.9

13.78

+.02

13.74 11.47

+.02 +.02

Fund

-1.9

+8.5 +22.8

...

-.04

70.25

-2.8

+.17

-4.9

+1.6

0.0 +2.5

+3.6

NAV Chg 2Ret

HiYInvA 7.46 +.02+12.6 InflProBdA 11.48 +.05 +8.5 NatMuA 10.32 +6.0 TotRetA 11.14 +.04 +6.5 USOppA 37.38 +.02 +11.9 BlackRock B&C: EqtyDivC 17.90 -.04 +11.2 GlAlB t 18.96 +6.1 GlAlC t 18.12 +6.2 BlackRock Fds Blrk: CapAppr p 23.00 +.10+10.7 BlackRock Instl: InflProtBd 11.59 +.06 +8.8 US Opps 39.47 +.03+12.4 BaVlI 25.68 +.03 +9.5 CoreBond 9.38 +.04 +6.0 EquityDv 18.32 -.03+12.3 GlbAlloc r 19.55 +7.2 CapAppr p 22.98 +.10 NS HiYldBd 7.46 +.02+13.0 TotRet 11.14 +.05 +6.8 NatMun 10.31 +6.3 S&P500 15.93 +.01 +11.9 SCapGrI 23.83 +.07+14.4 BlackRock R: GlbAlloc r 18.82 +6.6 Brandywine Fds: BlueFdN 24.47 +.07 +9.0 BrndywnN 24.07 -.05 +7.7 BrwnSmCI 46.67 +.02 +19.0 Buffalo Funds: SmCapN 25.77 +.21 +8.5 CGM Funds: FocusN 29.27 +.07 +1.0 RealtyN 27.47 +.10+20.5 CRM Funds: MdCpVlI 27.85 +.06+10.6 Calamos Funds: ConvA p 19.67 +.10 +6.8 GlGr&IncI 11.21 +.02 +9.7 Gr&IncC t 33.04 +.18 +9.2 Gr&IncA p 32.93 +.19+10.1 GrwthA p 52.49 +.40 +11.3 GrowthC t 47.46 +.36+10.5 GrowthI 57.29 +.44 +11.6 MktNtA p 12.20 +4.8 Calvert Invest: Inco p 15.64 +.07 +3.9 ShDurInA t 16.13 +.04 +2.2 SocEqA p 37.04 +.04+12.1 Causeway Intl: Institutnl rN 12.24 -.09 +6.4 Clipper 64.62 -.11 +11.5 Cohen & Steers: InstlRlty 40.01 -.01+24.1 RltyShrs 61.72 -.01+23.9 Columbia Class A: Acorn t 29.12 -.03+15.9 AcornIntA t 37.53 -.05 +9.5 BldModAg p 10.42 +.02 +9.6 DivEqInc 9.76 +9.4 DivrBd 5.12 +.02 +6.5 DivIncA t 13.57 -.04+12.0 DivOpptyA 8.08 -.01+15.6 FocEqA t 23.20 +.10+12.8 HiYldBd 2.76 +10.7 LgCapGrA t 23.76 +.10+12.4 LgCorQ A p 5.79 +13.8 21CntryA t 12.42 +.01 +5.9 MidCpValA 13.15 -.04+13.5 MidCVlOp p 7.49 +11.5 PBModA p 10.66 +.02 +9.0 SelLgCGr t 12.97 +.17+16.5 StrtInA 6.12 +.01 +8.6 TxEA p 13.36 +5.9 SelComm A 45.15 +.23 +11.9 Columbia Class Z: Acorn Z 30.08 -.03+16.2 AcornIntZ 37.67 -.05 +9.9 AcornSelZ 25.09 +.04 +8.9 AcornUSA 28.94 +15.6 Bond 9.48 +.05 +6.0 DivIncoZ 13.58 -.03+12.2 FocEqZ t 23.75 +.10+13.1 9.24 +.05 +6.9 IntBdZ IntTEBd 10.54 +5.3 IntEqZ 11.49 -.05 +2.0 IntVlZ 13.76 -.09 +1.6 LgCapGr 13.09 +.18+16.9 LgCpIdxZ 25.13 +.01+12.0 LCpVlZ 11.03 +.01 +7.0 21CntryZ 12.72 +.02 +6.2 MarsGrZ 21.45 +.13+14.1 MCpGthZ 27.29 +.11+18.8 MdCpIdxZ 11.38 -.03+16.8 MdCpVlZ p 13.16 -.05+13.7 STIncZ 9.89 +.01 +2.7 STM Z 10.51 +1.7 SmCpIPZ 17.10 -.11+17.4 SCValIIZ 13.53 -.07+15.2 ValRestr 47.87 +.39 +9.4 CRAQlInv pN 11.07 +.04 +4.6 CG Cap Mkt Fds: CrFxInc 8.56 +.04 +6.8 LgGrw 14.94 +.02+12.7 LgVal 9.03 -.01 +11.4 Credit Suisse ABCD: ComRetA t 8.70 +6.2 Credit Suisse Comm: ComRet t 8.77 +6.5 DFA Funds: Glb6040Ins 12.85 -.01 +8.8 IntlCorEqN 10.37 -.07 +4.6 USCorEq1N 11.07 -.01+13.7 USCorEq2N 10.91 -.01+13.7 DWS Invest A: DrHiRA 32.65 -.06 +8.4 DSmCaVl 34.24 -.07 +8.1 HiIncA 4.68 +.02+10.9 MgdMuni p 8.93 -.01 +4.8 StrGovSecA 8.90 +.03 +5.4 DWS Invest Instl: Eq500IL 146.04 +.06+12.1 DWS Invest S: EmMkGr r 16.29 +.13 +.6 GNMA S 15.55 +.06 +5.7 Gold&Prc 21.60 +.32+15.0 GroIncS 16.77 -.01 +11.7 LgCpVlS r 17.52 +.02 +7.7 MgdMuni S 8.94 -.01 +5.0 ShtDurPlS 9.24 +.01 +2.6 WorldDiv 23.44 -.11 +4.4 Davis Funds A: RlEstA 25.17 +20.6 Davis Funds C: NYVen C 32.40 +.01 +6.7 Davis Funds Y: NYVenY 34.13 +.01 +7.9 Delaware Invest A: Diver Inc p 9.28 +.04 +6.9 LtdTmDvrA 8.96 +.01 +3.5 Diamond Hill Fds: LongShI 17.19 +.07 +3.8 Dimensional Fds: EmMCrEqN 19.28 +.10 +7.4 EmMktV 29.96 +.20 +4.1 IntSmVaN 15.51 -.10 +3.9 LargeCo 10.15 +.01+12.1 STExtQualN 10.84 +.02 +4.3 STMunBdN 10.29 +1.9 TAWexUSCrN8.75 -.03 +4.6 TAUSCorE2N8.88 -.01+13.7 TM USSm 22.66 -.15+16.6 USVctrEqN 10.58 -.04+14.0 USLgVaN 19.88 -.04+12.5 USLgVa3N 15.22 -.03+12.6 US MicroN 13.57 -.10+17.6 US TgdVal 15.77 -.11+14.7 US SmallN 21.10 -.12+17.7 US SmVa 24.23 -.17+15.3 IntlSmCoN 15.82 -.07 +8.2 GlEqInst 13.00 -.03+10.6 EmMktSCN 20.33 +.10 +9.3 EmgMktN 27.43 +.15 +7.6

+0.3 +15.6

5-yr %Rtn*

Fund Name

NAV

Chg

-1.5

.31

0.0

Fidelity Invest: DivIntl

28.61

-.07

-4.9

+0.3 +17.3

+1.7 +0.4

.18 .15

5.75 0.0

Fidelity Invest: Magelln Fidelity Invest: Puritn

66.79 18.16

+.30 +.04

-7.1 +2.5

1.55

0.0

+.01

-1.3

+1.6

-0.9

+0.2 -2.8 +0.2

+0.3

-3.0

.38

0.0

4.75

1.56 .11

0.0 5.50

.20

5.75

.18

0.0

... .38

3.50 3.50

+2.2

.23

0.0

+3.1

+5.4 +16.9 +3.8 +9.3

+1.2 +3.7

Fund

.07

+0.5 -1.9

+5.3 +14.1

+9.3 +18.9

YTD 1-yr 3-yr %Rtn %Rtn* %Rtn*

Div Load**

+3.9

NAV Chg 2Ret

FixdN 10.35 +.9 ST GovtN 10.97 +.02 +3.4 IntGFxInN 12.82 +.06 +6.3 IntlREst 5.06 +.02 +9.4 IntVaN 16.69 -.15 +2.5 IntVa3N 15.61 -.15 +2.7 InfProSec 12.24 +.06+10.0 Glb5FxIncN 11.28 +.03 +4.9 LCapIntN 18.77 -.11 +4.2 TM USTgtV 20.60 -.14+16.0 TM IntVa 13.69 -.14 +2.6 TMMktwV 14.85 -.05+12.9 TMUSEq 13.82 +12.7 2YGlFxdN 10.23 +1.3 DFARlEN 23.49 +.01+25.8 Dodge&Cox: GblStock 8.47 -.03 +6.0 Income 13.39 +.05 +6.2 IntlStk 33.27 -.18 +4.3 DoubleLine Funds: TRBd I 11.15 NS TRBd N p 11.14 NS Dreyfus: Aprec 41.16 -.01+13.2 BsicS&P 26.40 +.01+12.0 BdMkIn p 10.88 +.05 +5.6 Dreyf 8.84 +.02 +9.7 DryMid r 28.17 -.07+16.5 Dr500In t 35.78 +.01 +11.7 IntmTIncA 13.51 +.05 +7.9 Interm r 13.67 +5.1 IntlStkI 13.46 -.03 +7.5 MunBd r 11.23 +4.6 OppMCVal A 33.27 +.16+14.9 OppSCap 27.23 -.07+13.3 SmCStk r 20.72 -.13+17.4 StratValA 27.43 +.01 +6.8 UST Lng 19.44 +.28 +11.6 DreihsAcInc 10.41 +.02 +2.0 EVPTxMEmI 45.98 +.15 +6.7 Eaton Vance A: GblMacAb p 9.96 +2.6 FloatRt 9.16 +.02 +6.5 AMTFMuInc 9.41 -.01 +4.3 MultiCGrA 7.90 +.02 +9.2 InBosA 5.73 +.01 +11.5 LgCpVal 17.60 -.03 +5.9 NatlMunInc 9.26 -.03 +4.1 StrInc p 8.04 +.01 +5.6 Eaton Vance B: NatlMuInc 9.26 -.02 +3.2 Eaton Vance C: NatMunInc 9.26 -.03 +3.2 Eaton Vance I: FltgRt 8.86 +.02 +6.8 GblMacAbR 9.95 +2.8 IncBost 5.73 +.01 +11.8 LgCapVal 17.65 -.03 +6.2 ParStEMkt 14.17 +.05 +5.5 EdgwdGInstN12.19 +.07 +12.1 FMI Funds: ComStkN 25.92 -.20+13.1 LgCap pN 16.20 -.01+10.4 FPA Funds: Capit 42.82 +.04+15.5 NwInc 10.72 +2.5 FPACresN 27.54 -.02 +9.5 Fairholme 28.28 -.20 +4.1 Federated A: PrudBear p 4.36 -12.7 KaufmA p 5.06 +.02 +7.8 MuniUltA 10.03 +1.3 TtlRtBd p 11.30 +.04 +5.7 Federated F: EqIncF 17.94 -.04 +11.2 Federated Funds: TRGvBdSv 11.70 +.03 +4.4 TtlRtBdSvc 11.30 +.04 +5.9 Federated Instl: KaufmnR 5.07 +.03 +7.7 MunULA p 10.03 +.9 ShIntMunI 10.25 +3.0 TotRetBd 11.30 +.04 +6.3 StrValDvIS x 4.78 -.03+15.4 Fidelity Adv Foc T: EnergyT 37.82 +.21+10.5 Fidelity Advisor A: FltRateA r 9.74 +5.4 FF2030A p 12.12 +.01 +9.3 LevCoStA p 32.08 +.10+10.9 MdCpIIA p 17.33 -.05+12.9 NwInsgh p 20.55 +.06+12.5 SmlCpA p 24.34 -.01+10.4 StrInA 12.51 +.01 +8.1 TotalBdA r 10.90 +.03 +7.3 Fidelity Advisor B: EqInBN 23.10 -.01 +8.3 GroIncBN 16.75 -.01 +9.9 HiInAdv t 9.60 +11.2 ValStraB 21.61 -.03+10.8 Fidelity Advisor C: NwInsgh tN 19.51 +.05 +11.6 StrInC tN 12.48 +.01 +7.3 Fidelity Advisor I: FltRateIN 9.72 -.01 +5.8 GroIncIN 17.68 -.01 +11.1 LgCapIN 18.88 +12.2 MdCpII IN 17.57 -.06+13.2 NwInsgtIN 20.79 +.06+12.7 SmallCpIN 25.54 -.01+10.7 StrInIN 12.65 +.01 +8.3 Fidelity Advisor T: EMkInT 13.58 -.01 +8.9 EqGrT p 55.97 +.18+16.9 GrOppT 37.38 +.16+20.2 HiInAdT p 9.70 +12.0 NwInsgh p 20.28 +.05+12.2 SmlCpT p 23.47 -.01+10.1 StrInT 12.50 +.01 +8.1 ValStraT 24.30 -.03 +11.5 Fidelity Freedom: FF2000N 12.22 +.02 +6.2 FF2010K 12.73 +.01 +8.2 FF2015N 11.50 +.01 +8.3 FF2015A 11.62 +.02 +8.3 FF2015K 12.77 +.01 +8.4 FF2020A 12.07 +.02 +8.9 FF2020K 13.15 +.01 +8.9 FF2025N 11.54 +.02 +9.0 FF2025A 11.58 +.01 +9.2 FF2025K 13.25 +.01 +9.1 FF2030K 13.39 +.01 +9.2 FF2035N 11.35 +.01 +8.9 FF2035K 13.45 +.02 +9.0 FF2040N 7.92 +.01 +8.9 FF2040K 13.50 +.01 +9.1 FF2045N 9.36 +.01 +8.9 FF2045K 13.59 +.02 +9.0 FF2050N 9.22 +8.9 FF2050K 13.61 +.01 +9.0 Fidelity Invest: AllSectEq 12.49 +11.5 AMgr50N 15.50 +.02 +9.1 AMgr70 rN 16.38 +.01 +9.8 AMgr20 rN 13.01 +.02 +6.8 BalancN 18.62 +.02+10.5 BalancedK 18.62 +.02+10.6 BlueChGrN 45.39 +.24+15.8 BluChpGrK 45.44 +.24+16.0 CanadaN 53.75 +.28 +9.5 CapApN 26.25 +16.1 CapDevON 10.88 +.05+12.9 CpInc rN 9.01 +.01 +11.6 ChinaRg r 28.17 -.07 +1.6 ContraK 70.28 +.17+13.4 CnvScN 24.27 +.07 +11.0 DisEqN 22.40 +.02 +5.9 DiscEqF 22.41 +.01 +6.2 DivrsIntK r 28.62 -.08 +3.7 DivStkON 15.41 +14.3 DivGthN 27.48 +.02 +11.8 EmergAs rN 28.04 -.02 +8.5 EmrMkN 22.88 -.03 +4.2 EQIIN 17.45 -.05 +6.7

.23

.22 .18

...

Fund

0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0

Fidelity Invest: Eq Inc

42.33

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-.07

+.05

-.02 -.14

Hotchkis & Wiley: MCpVlA p Invesco Funds A: Const p

22.18 22.98

-.06 +.01

MFS Funds A: NewDA

23.43

+.20

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38.20

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Price Funds Adv: MCapVal p

NAV Chg 2Ret

EqIncK 42.32 -.06 +7.6 ExportN 21.42 +.05 +7.4 FidelN 32.67 +.10+10.0 Fifty rN 18.23 +.05+14.1 FltRateHi rN 9.73 +5.7 FocsdStk rN 14.33 +.04+16.8 FrInOneN 27.54 -.04 +9.8 GNMAN 11.82 +.03 +6.8 GovtInc 10.72 +.03 +5.2 GroCoN 89.29 +.58+17.9 GroIncN 18.49 -.01+10.9 GrowCoF 89.35 +.58+18.2 GrowthCoK 89.34 +.58+18.1 GrStrat rN 20.00 +.11+15.5 HighInc rN 8.79 +.01+10.6 IndepnN 24.06 +.13+13.5 InProBdN 12.80 +.05 +8.8 IntBdN 10.81 +.03 +6.5 IntGovN 10.95 +.02 +4.3 IntmMuN 10.27 +.01 +4.5 IntlDiscN 31.02 -.16 +3.9 InvGrBdN 11.65 +.05 +6.8 InvGBN 7.64 +.03 +7.5 Japan r 10.11 +.03 +2.6 JpnSmN 9.03 -.01 +3.5 LargCapN 17.71 +12.1 LgCapVal 11.07 +.01 +5.6 LatAm 54.12 +.82 +6.7 LevCoStkN 26.44 +.09 +11.0 LowP rN 37.41 -.22+15.4 LowPriK r 37.40 -.21+15.6 MagellanK 66.77 +.30 +5.3 MidCapN 27.66 +.08+15.7 MidCapK r 27.67 +.08+15.9 MuniIncN 12.79 +5.5 NwMkt rN 16.01 -.01 +9.4 NwMillN 30.43 +.07+14.7 OTCN 59.29 +.30+18.9 OTC K 59.64 +.30+19.1 100Index 9.06 +10.3 OvrseaN 30.79 -.21 +1.5 PuritanK 18.16 +.04+10.4 RealEInc r 10.31 +.02+13.0 RealEN 27.86 -.01+26.5 SAllSecEqF 12.51 +11.7 SCmdtyStrtN 9.62 +5.0 SCmdtyStrFN9.63 +5.2 SrEmrgMkt 16.54 +.07 +5.3 SEmgMktF 16.60 +.08 +5.5 SrsIntGrw 10.93 NS SerIntlGrF 10.97 NS SrsIntSmCp 11.57 NS SrsIntVal 8.96 -.07 NS SerIntlValF 8.99 -.07 NS SrInvGrdF 11.65 +.04 +7.0 StIntMuN 10.71 +.01 +2.9 STBFN 8.50 +.01 +3.0 SmCapDiscN20.31 -.11+18.8 SCpGrth r 15.85 +.01+18.3 SmCapOp 10.68 -.02+19.7 SmllCpS rN 17.93 -.02+12.1 SCpValu r 14.10 -.12+13.2 SpSTTBInv rN11.42+.05 +8.1 StkSlcACapN25.64 +.03+12.1 StkSelSmCp 18.49 -.04+18.1 StrDvInN 11.09 +.01+13.5 StratIncN 11.19 +.01 +8.4 StrReRt r 9.64 +.02+10.0 TaxFrB rN 10.99 +5.4 TotalBdN 10.90 +.03 +7.7 TrendN 71.57 +.34+16.4 USBIN 11.67 +.04 +6.0 UtilityN 17.04 -.02+19.3 ValueN 66.31 -.11 +11.9 WrldwN 18.62 -.02+10.4 Fidelity Selects: AirN 37.43 -.22+24.1 BiotchN 83.66 +.20+17.7 BrokrN 45.86 -.10 -2.8 ChemN 98.67 +.04+20.8 ConStapN 72.55 +.05+12.0 CstHoN 33.97 -.66+13.5 DfAerN 78.93 -.38+20.6 ElectrN 48.18 -.19+16.2 EnrgyN 54.01 +.30+10.8 EngSvN 71.38 -.02+10.6 EnvAltEn rN 16.38 -.09 +6.2 Gold rN 50.16 +.72+17.2 HealthN 132.84 +.57+15.5 InEqpN 32.61 +.04+17.5 InsurN 45.98 -.46 +9.6 LeisrN 97.24 -.16+24.8 MdEqSysN 27.75 +.15+10.3 MultmdN 43.33 -.60+20.6 NtGasN 32.66 +.27 +.8 NatRes rN 34.93 +.30 +11.9 SoftwrN 88.44 +.10+18.2 95.35 +.35+17.6 TechN TransN 52.52 -.24+26.3 Fidelity Spartan: ExtMkInN 37.39 -.08+16.8 500IdxInvN 45.53 +.02+12.1 IntlInxInvN 33.95 -.24 +3.4 TotMIdxF r 37.43 -.01+13.1 TotMktInvN 37.42 -.01+13.0 USBond I 11.67 +.04 NS Fidelity Spart Adv: ExMktAd rN 37.39 -.08+16.9 500IdxAdvN 45.53 +.02+12.1 IntAd rN 33.95 -.25 +3.4 TotMktAd rN 37.43 -.01+13.1 USBond I 11.67 +.04 NS First Eagle: GlblA 48.13 -.09+12.3 OverseasA 22.91 -.01+10.7 SGenGld p 34.71 +.37+19.4 Forum Funds: AbsStrI r 11.04 +.01 +3.5 Frank/Temp Frnk A: AdjUS p 8.84 +1.7 BalInv p 45.42 -.30 +11.8 CalInsA p 12.08 +5.1 CvtScA p 14.59 +.09 +11.7 Dbl TF A 11.74 +5.6 DynTchA 31.33 +.15+14.8 EqIncA p 16.96 +11.9 FedInt p 11.85 +5.6 FedTFA p 11.97 +5.2 FlxCpGrA 49.16 +.16+12.3 FlRtDA p 8.90 +.02 +5.1 FoundAl p 10.42 -.01 +8.0 GoldPrM A 44.85 +.75+18.7 GrwthA p 46.07 +.11+12.7 HYTFA p 10.10 +.01 +6.3 HiIncA 1.97 +10.4 IncomA p 2.15 +.01+10.7 InsTFA p 11.94 +4.7 MNInsA 12.35 +4.8 RisDvA p 35.07 -.01+15.4 StratInc p 10.40 +.02 +8.2 TtlRtnA p 10.28 +.04 +7.7 USGovA p 6.90 +.02 +5.6 UtilsA p 13.06 -.06+16.3 Frank/Tmp Frnk Adv: FdTF Adv 11.98 +5.4 GlbBdAdvN 13.28 +.02 +8.4 GrAdv t 46.17 +.11+13.0 HY TF Adv 10.13 +.01 +6.4 IncmeAd 2.13 +10.9 TGlbTRAdv 13.00 +.01 +9.9 TtlRtAdv 10.30 +.04 +8.0 USGvAd p 6.92 +.03 +5.7 Frank/Temp Frnk C: FTxFC t 11.96 +4.6 FoundAl p 10.25 -.02 +7.2 HYTFC t 10.24 +5.7 IncomC t 2.17 +.01+10.3 StrIncC p 10.40 +.03 +7.7 USGvC t 6.86 +.03 +5.0 Frank/Temp Mtl A&B: SharesA 20.23 -.01 +7.1 Frank/Temp Mtl C: SharesC t 19.94 +6.4

Fund

10.83 23.21

NAV Chg 2Ret

Frank/Temp Temp A: DvMktA p 23.27 +.16 +5.6 GlBd A p 13.32 +.02 +8.2 GrwthA p 17.94 -.07 +6.3 WorldA p 15.02 -.03 +6.8 Frank/Temp Tmp Adv: FlxCpGr 50.02 +.16+12.6 FrgnAv 6.79 -.03 +4.2 GrthAv 17.97 -.07 +6.6 Frank/Temp Tmp B&C: GlBdC p 13.34 +.02 +7.7 Franklin Mutual Ser: QuestA 16.80 +.01 +5.1 Franklin Templ: TgtMdA p 14.22 +.03 +8.0 GAMCO Funds: GlTelAAA 19.96 -.19 +7.6 GoldAAA 34.96 +.38+17.6 GE Elfun S&S: S&S Inc 11.70 +.04 +7.7 S&S PM 40.64 +.10 +8.2 TaxEx 11.75 +.01 +5.1 Trusts 43.07 -.03 +11.9 GE Instl Funds: IntlEq 10.69 +.4 GE Investments: TRFd1 16.44 +.03 +6.4 TRFd3 p 16.36 +.02 +6.2 GMO Trust: ShDurColl rx 6.63 NE USTreas 25.01 +.1 GMO Trust II: EmergMkt r 12.40 +.05 +6.6 GMO Trust III: EmMk r 12.43 +.04 +6.7 IntIntrVl 21.11 -.17 +3.4 Quality 22.05 +.02 +11.6 GMO Trust IV: EmCnDt 9.56 +16.7 EmrMkt 12.35 +.05 +6.7 IntlCorEq 28.48 -.19 +5.5 IntlGrEq 22.74 -.04 +7.7 IntlIntrVl 21.10 -.17 +3.5 Quality 22.07 +.03 +11.6 GMO Trust VI: EmgMkts r 12.36 +.04 +6.8 FlexEqVI 17.98 -.05 -.5 IntlCorEq 28.45 -.20 +5.5 Quality 22.06 +.03 +11.7 StrFxInc 16.62 +8.7 USCoreEq 12.26 +11.8 Gabelli Funds: Asset 49.55 -.16+14.8 EqInc p 20.85 -.02+12.3 SCapG 33.38 -.11+14.6 Gateway Funds: GatewayA 26.13 +.01 +4.4 Goldman Sachs A: GrOppsA 22.65 +.07+12.4 MdCVA p 34.97 -.04+13.8 ShDuGA 10.27 +1.4 StruEq 24.77 -.01+12.0 Goldman Sachs B: GrIncB p 19.12 +.06 +4.6 Goldman Sachs Inst: CoreFxd 10.16 +6.9 GrOppt 24.10 +.08+12.8 HiYield 7.04 +9.7 HYMuniN 8.51 +6.9 MidCapV 35.34 -.03+14.3 SD Gov 10.24 +.01 +1.7 ShtDrTFN 10.52 +2.7 SmCapV 41.44 -.22+17.1 StrucIntlN 9.76 -.06 +.7 GuideStone Funds: BalAll GS4 12.48 +.02 +8.7 IntEqGS4 12.71 -.05 +3.9 Harbor Funds: Bond 12.15 +.08 +5.1 CapApInst 39.28 +.18+12.6 HYBdInst r 10.88 +.03 +9.7 IntlInv t 58.20 -.14 +6.1 IntlAdm p 58.42 -.14 +6.2 IntlGr r 11.59 +.02 +4.3 Harding Loevner: EmgMkt r 46.09 +6.3 Hartford Fds A: CpAppA p 31.64 -.05 +4.6 Chks&Bal p 9.41 +.01 +7.1 DivGthA p 19.13 +9.5 FltRateA px 8.65 +.02 +7.1 MidCpA p 21.34 +12.8 Hartford Fds C: CapApC t 27.91 -.05 +3.9 FltRateC tx 8.64 +.02 +6.3 Hartford Fds I: DivGthIN 19.07 +9.8 Hartford Fds Y: CapAppYN 34.44 -.07 +5.1 CapAppIN 31.70 -.06 +4.9 DivGthYN 19.41 +10.0 FltRateI xN 8.66 +.02 +7.3 TotRtBdY xN10.87 +.06 +6.2 Hartford HLS IA : CapApp 40.11 +.02 +8.3 Div&Gr 19.89 +10.1 Advisers 19.58 +.02 +9.0 Stock 40.84 -.03+10.2 IntlOpp 11.75 -.04 +5.4 TotRetBd 11.47 +.07 +6.5 USGvSecs 10.54 +.03 +3.4 Hartford HLS IB: CapApp p 39.69 +.02 +8.1 Heartland Fds: ValueInv 41.97 -.20 +11.8 ValPlusInv p 28.81 -.34+14.5 Henderson Glbl Fds: IntOppA p 20.38 -.10 +1.8 Hussman Funds: StrTotRet r 12.64 +.09 +5.5 StrGrowth 12.42 -.01 -1.7 ICM SmCoN 29.40 -.17 +12.8 ING Funds Cl A: GlbR E p 16.12 +.06+10.2 ISI Funds: NoAm p 7.94 +.04 +6.1 IVA Funds: Intl I r 16.64 -.04+10.1 WldwideA t 17.07 -.02+10.2 WldwideC t 16.88 -.02 +9.3 Wldwide I r 17.10 -.02+10.4 Invesco Fds Instl: IntlGrow 27.91 -.10 +9.0 Invesco Fds Invest: DivrsDiv p 12.16 -.04+10.2 Invesco Funds: Energy 40.89 +.26 +7.7 Utilities 16.81 -.08+14.1 Invesco Funds A: Chart p 16.77 +8.5 CmstkA 15.67 -.04+10.6 DevMkt p 31.29 +.13 +9.8 DivrsDiv p 12.17 -.04+10.1 EqIncA 8.42 -.01 +7.2 GlCoreEq p 12.39 -.03 +2.3 GlblGr p 23.09 -.04 +8.4 GrIncA p 18.86 -.07 +7.5 HYMuA 9.27 +6.7 IntlGrow 27.48 -.09 +8.6 IntlGrow 25.37 -.09 +7.8 MdCpCEq p 22.69 +.01 +7.6 MidCGth p 28.68 +.11+12.8 MuniInA 13.07 +5.3 RealEst p 22.89 +.04+21.3 SmCpValA t 17.38 -.03+13.8 TF IntA p 11.43 +5.0 USGovFd 9.21 +.04 +4.8 Invesco Funds B: EqIncB 8.26 -.02 +7.1 Invesco Funds C: EqIncC 8.30 -.01 +6.4 Invesco Funds P: SummitP p 11.91 -.01+10.5

Fund

...

-2.8

+.2

-1.4 -2.5

-6.6 -1.4

-1.7

-2.6

+.04 -.30

+2.1 +8.3

+.05

+2.1

+.05 -.04

+1.9 -1.5

5-yr %Rtn*

YTD 1-yr 3-yr %Rtn %Rtn* %Rtn*

5-yr %Rtn*

Div Load**

Fund Name

NAV

Chg

-1.5

.46

0.0

Price Funds: MidCap

60.19

+.06

+2.7

+13.4 +28.4

+6.8

...

+0.8 +17.8 +7.6 +15.8

-2.0 +2.8

.59 .33

0.0 0.0

Price Funds: SmCpStk

35.11

-.18

+2.5

+15.2 +28.7

+4.7

.05

+4.2 +14.5 +2.7 +23.5

-2.1 +1.4

.40 .12

+2.7

.13

-0.8 -2.0

.04 ...

5.25 5.50

...

5.75

+5.7 +16.1

-2.3

+11.3 +25.9

+4.0

+2.0 +22.2

+2.8

+4.9 +29.0 +5.2 +14.5

+2.1 +14.3

-8.4

+10.2 +35.7

+6.5

+8.6 +15.0 +21.0 +21.3 +0.4 +10.0 +6.9 +22.7

NAV Chg 2Ret

Ivy Funds: AssetSC t 24.04 +.02 +6.1 AssetStA p 24.89 +.02 +7.0 AssetStrY p 24.93 +.02 +7.0 AssetStrI r 25.14 +.02 +7.2 GlNatRsA p 18.97 +.31 +2.8 GlNatResI t 19.40 +.32 +3.2 HiIncA p 8.16 +.03 +11.4 LtdTmA p 11.16 +.03 +3.0 JPMorgan A Class: CoreBd A 11.78 +6.4 Inv Bal p 12.29 +7.4 InvCon p 11.26 +6.4 InG&IA p 12.86 +8.6 InvGrwth p 13.52 +9.0 MCpVal p 23.69 -.16+16.0 JPMorgan C Class: CoreBd p 11.83 +5.7 JP Morgan Instl: MdCpValN 24.14 -.17+16.6 JPMorgan R Cl: CoreBond 11.78 +6.8 HighYld r 7.91 +.02+10.7 MtgBckd 11.44 +.02 +7.6 ShtDurBd 10.99 +2.6 JPMorgan Select: MCpValN 23.91 -.17+16.3 SmCapN 37.90 -.23+17.2 USEquityN 10.34 +.01+10.7 USREstN 16.48 -.04+26.2 JPMorgan Sel Cls: AsiaEqN 32.49 +.03 +2.9 CoreBd 11.77 +6.6 CorePlBd 8.24 +8.1 EmMkEqSlN22.05 +.09 +6.1 EqIndx 29.20 +.02+12.0 HighYldN 7.92 +.03+10.5 IntmTFBdN 11.07 +.01 +4.1 IntlValN 12.80 -.10 +3.4 IntrdAmerN 23.62 +11.5 LgCpGr 22.27 +.07+19.1 MExpIdx 10.82 -.04+16.3 MtgBckdN 11.44 +.02 +7.5 ShtDurBd 10.99 +2.4 TxAwRRetN 10.20 -.01 +4.4 USLCCrPlsN20.83 +.01+10.0 James Adv Fds: BalGRbow 20.80 +.01+10.0 Janus S Shrs: Forty 33.12 +.03 +4.4 Overseas t 40.95 +.42 +.7 Janus T Shrs: BalancdT 25.39 +.07 +6.9 FlxBndT 10.65 +.05 +6.9 GlTechT r 17.11 +.07+14.6 Grw&IncT 30.72 +.04 +7.1 HiYldT r 8.84 +.02 +11.0 Janus T 28.71 +.01 +8.1 OvrseasT r 41.11 +.42 +1.0 PrkMCVal T 22.72 +.05 +9.4 PrkSCVal T 23.64 -.11+10.6 ResearchT 29.82 +.03+14.0 ShTmBdT 3.07 +.01 +2.7 Twenty T 64.70 +.07 +4.7 Jensen Funds: QualGrth IN 27.17 +.02+10.4 QualGrthJN 27.16 +.02+10.1 John Hancock A: BondA p 15.52 +.06 +9.2 LgCpEqA 24.86 +.06 +6.3 StrInA p 6.50 +.01 +9.7 John Hancock B: LgCpEqB 22.92 +.06 +5.5 John Hancock Cl 1: LSAggr 12.07 +9.4 LSBalanc 12.82 +.02 +8.8 LSConsrv 12.90 +.02 +7.9 LSGrwth 12.73 +.01 +9.1 LSModer 12.69 +.02 +8.9 Keeley Funds: SmCpValA p 24.33 -.14+13.7 Kinetics Funds: InternetN 38.61 -.16+15.2 LSVValEqN 13.56 -.01 +8.5 Laudus Funds: IntMstrS r 18.14 -.09+10.0 Lazard Instl: EmgMktI 19.63 +.16 +7.0 Lazard Open: EmgMkO p 20.01 +.16 +6.6 Legg Mason A: CBEqBldA 13.21 -.04+12.2 CBAgGr p 117.15 -.45+19.4 CBAppr p 14.12 -.02+10.1 CBFAllCV A 13.09 +7.2 WAIntTMu 6.42 +4.7 WAMgMu p 15.99 +5.3 Legg Mason C: WAMgMuC 16.00 +4.7 Litman Gregory Fds: Intl I 14.16 -.09 +5.9 Longleaf Partners: Partners 28.97 -.24+13.7 Intl 13.78 -.10 +3.1 SmCap 27.67 -.44+18.5 Loomis Sayles: GlBdR t 17.08 +.04 +6.8 LSBondI 14.51 +.05 +11.3 LSGlBdI 17.24 +.04 +7.2 LSSCpVl 26.31 -.22+15.0 StrInc C 15.13 +.02+10.8 LSBondR 14.46 +.05 +11.0 StrIncA 15.05 +.02 +11.7 ValueY 18.58 +.02 +7.6 Loomis Sayles Inv: InvGrBdA p 12.42 +.06 +9.2 InvGrBdC p 12.33 +.07 +8.3 InvGrBdY 12.43 +.07 +9.4 LSFxdIn 14.41 +.06 +11.1 Lord Abbett A: FloatRt p 9.10 +.02 +5.5 IntrTxFr 10.40 +5.7 ShDurTxFr 15.76 +2.8 AffilA p 10.89 +5.7 FundlEq 12.89 +.02 +11.8 BalStratA x 10.29 -.02 +7.2 BdDebA p 7.73 +.03+10.2 HYMnBd p 10.93 +4.4 ShDurIncA p 4.55 +4.8 MidCpA p 16.33 +.01+15.0 RsSmCA 30.06 -.15+14.7 TaxFrA p 10.47 +5.6 Lord Abbett C: BdDbC p 7.75 +.03 +9.5 FloatRt p 9.10 +.01 +4.8 ShDurIncC t 4.58 +.01 +4.0 Lord Abbett F: ShtDurInco 4.55 +.01 +4.9 Lord Abbett I: SmCapVal 31.86 -.16+15.0 MFS Funds A: IntlDvA 13.36 -.04 +7.2 MITA 19.59 +.04 +9.7 MIGA 16.26 +.04+14.1 BondA 13.50 +.06 +8.9 EmGA 43.56 +.06+13.0 EmMkA 30.20 +.16 +6.8 GvScA 10.46 +.03 +4.7 GrAllA 14.19 +11.4 IntNwDA 21.33 -.06+10.9 IntlVA 25.52 -.11 +7.5 ModAllA 13.65 +10.5 MuHiA t 7.51 +6.7 ResBdA 10.66 +.05 +7.0 RschA 25.58 +.04 +11.4 ReInA 15.02 -.08 +5.9 TotRA 14.32 +.04 +7.8 UtilA 17.51 -.07+15.2 MFS Funds B: MIGBN 14.57 +.03+13.3 ValueB 22.97 +.04 +8.3 MFS Funds I: EmgGIN 45.27 +.06+13.3 ResBdIN 10.67 +.05 +7.2

Fund

...

.87

...

+0.6 +7.0

.34 ...

+7.8

.37

+7.5

+0.6 +10.3

.87

+2.9

.34

.35

NAV Chg 2Ret

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5.75

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21.59

+.06

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...

.08

0.0

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-.12

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+15.6 +16.1

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1.28

0.0

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-.07

-.7

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-1.5

.62

0.0

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69.41

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74.96

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+2.8

10.82

+.02

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44.90 10.68

Vanguard Idx Fds: 500

118.48

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117.71

Vanguard Idx Fds: MidCap

Wasatch: CoreGr NAV Chg 2Ret

RisingDivY 16.55 -.02+12.3 ValueY 21.89 -.05 +7.8 Optimum Fds Instl: Fixed Inc 9.79 +.04 +8.2 Osterweis Funds: OsterweisN 26.01 -.01 +6.8 StrIncoN 11.55 +.02 +7.8 PACE Funds P: LgGrEq P 18.77 +.06+13.1 PIMCO Admin PIMS: CmdtyRRA 7.93 +.02+12.5 RlRetAd p 12.06 +.04 +9.0 ShtTmAd p 9.78 +.01 +.9 PIMCO Instl PIMS: AlAsetAut r 10.81 +.05 +8.0 AllAsset 12.22 +.05 +9.5 ComodRR 8.04 +.03+12.8 DivInc 11.37 +.03+10.1 EmgMkCur 10.54 +.02 +4.8 EmMkBd 11.33 +10.7 FltInc r 8.52 +.03 +3.6 ForBdUn r 11.47 -.01 +11.0 FrgnBd 10.62 -.01 +7.3 HiYld 9.12 +.02+10.9 InvGrCp 10.62 +.06 +9.3 LowDu 10.36 +.03 +3.4 ModDur 10.68 +.05 +5.9 RERRStg r 5.09 +.03+40.0 RealRet 12.70 +.08+14.7 RealRtnI 12.06 +.04 +9.2 ShortT 9.78 +.01 +1.2 StksPls 8.47 +.01+13.8 TR II 10.48 +.06 +5.4 TRIII 9.54 +.04 +5.8 PIMCO Funds A: AllAstAut t 10.75 +.06 +7.3 AllAsset p 12.12 +.05 +8.9 ComRR p 7.90 +.03+12.2 HiYldA 9.12 +.02+10.5 LwDurA 10.36 +.03 +3.0 RealRtA p 12.06 +.04 +8.8 ShtTmA p 9.78 +.01 +.9 TotRtA 10.83 +.05 +5.3 PIMCO Funds C: AllAstAut t 10.64 +.05 +6.6 AllAsset t 11.98 +.05 +8.1 ComRR p 7.72 +.02 +11.4 LwDurC t 10.36 +.03 +2.7 RealRtC p 12.06 +.04 +8.2 TotRtC t 10.83 +.05 +4.5 PIMCO Funds D: CommRR p 7.92 +.03+12.2 LowDur p 10.36 +.03 +3.1 RealRtn p 12.06 +.04 +8.8 TRtn p 10.83 +.05 +5.4 PIMCO Funds P: AstAllAuthP 10.80 +.05 +7.9 CmdtyRR 8.03 +.03+12.6 EmgLocalP 10.77 +.06 +11.2 RealRtnP 12.06 +.04 +9.1 TotRtnP 10.83 +.05 +5.6 Parnassus Funds: EqtyIncoN 26.68 +9.1 Pax World: Balanced 22.56 +.03 +8.1 Paydenfunds: HiInc x 7.07 -.03 +9.3 Perm Port Funds: Permannt 49.31 +.03+14.9 Pioneer Funds A: CullenVal 17.76 -.05 +6.1 EmMktA 25.22 -.04 -.2 HiYldA p 9.77 +.03+10.9 PionFdA p 40.05 +.02 +9.9 StratIncA p 10.87 +.03 +8.2 ValueA p 11.17 +5.9 Pioneer Funds C: PionrFdY 40.20 +.02+10.4 StratIncC t 10.64 +.03 +7.5 Pioneer Fds Y: CullenV Y 17.87 -.05 +6.6 GlbHiYld 9.70 +.04+10.5 StratIncY p 10.88 +.04 +8.6 Price Funds Adv: EqInc 23.55 +10.0 Growth pN 33.05 +.20+13.5 6.54 +10.3 HiYld MidCapGr 58.98 +.05+17.8 R2020A p 16.69 +10.3 R2030A p 17.42 +10.9 R2040A p 17.49 +11.0 TF Inco pN 9.93 +4.7 Price Funds R Cl: Ret2020R p 16.55 +10.0 Ret2030R 17.30 +10.6 Price Funds: Balance 19.70 +9.8 BlChipN 40.58 +.25+14.2 BdEnhIndx 11.40 +5.9 CapApp 21.12 +11.3 CapOppN 14.92 +.01 +11.1 DivGroN 23.71 -.07 +11.5 EmMktB 13.12 +9.5 EmMktSN 31.96 +.13 +6.2 EqInc 23.60 +10.3 EqIndexN 34.65 +.01 +11.9 FinSvcsN 12.60 -.07 +1.4 GNMA 10.09 +5.8 GrowthN 33.38 +.21+13.7 Gr&InN 20.43 -.05+10.4 HlthSciN 33.63 +.15+18.5 HiYield 6.55 +10.6 InstlCpG 17.15 +.15+14.0 InstHiYld 9.49 +10.8 InstlFltRt 10.01 +6.5 MCEqGrN 28.60 +.02+18.8 IntlBond 10.43 +5.4 IntDisN 41.17 -.16 +7.9 Intl G&I 13.01 -.14 +5.1 IntlStkN 13.86 -.02 +8.0 JapanN 7.96 +.01 +7.1 LatAmN 48.28 +.67 +4.2 MediaTlN 53.96 -.23+20.3 MCapValN 23.35 -.04+10.6 N AmerN 34.30 +.05+14.5 N AsiaN 18.28 +.04 +11.6 New EraN 48.78 +.24 +7.4 N Inc 9.61 +6.0 OverS SF rN 8.23 -.07 +6.1 PSBal 19.35 +10.2 PSGrow 23.50 +11.1 PSInc 16.28 +8.7 RealEstN 18.69 -.04+26.8 R2005 11.71 +8.8 R2010 15.79 +9.4 R2015 12.20 +10.1 R2020 16.81 +10.6 R2025 12.27 +10.8 R2030 17.56 +11.1 R2035 12.39 +11.2 R2040 17.63 +11.3 R2045 11.76 +11.3 Ret Inco 13.27 +7.9 SciTecN 28.13 +.25+16.4 ShtBd 4.82 +2.5 SmCapValN 36.60 -.26+16.9 SpecGr 17.95 +11.7 SpecIn 12.44 +7.8 SuMuIntN 11.45 +.01 +4.8 TFIncN 9.93 +5.1 TxFrHN 10.78 +6.5 TxFrSIN 5.61 +3.2 R2050 9.87 +11.2 ValueN 23.42 -.02+10.5 Primecap Odyssey : AggGr rN 17.43 -.02+18.4 Growth rN 15.83 -.08+12.6 Principal Inv: BdMtgIn 10.59 +.05 +8.6 DivIntlInst 9.79 -.04 +6.2 HighYldA p 7.75 +.03+10.0 HiYld In 11.07 +.01 +11.3 Intl I Inst 10.82 -.07 +2.7 LgCG2In 8.58 +.01 +11.8

Fund

20.58

37.09

-.17

-1.6

+.02 +.04

+.01

+.05

-.12

NAV Chg 2Ret

LgCGI In 9.74 +.04+16.1 LgCV3 In 10.14 +8.2 LgCV1 In 10.73 +.01 +8.2 LgGrIn 8.28 +.04+12.0 LgIndxI 9.12 +.01 +11.9 LgCValIn 9.58 -.01+10.7 LT2010I 11.46 +10.0 LT2020In 11.86 +10.3 LT2030In 11.72 +10.5 LT2040I 11.86 +10.5 MidCGIII In 10.89 +.03+18.4 MidCV1 In 12.87 -.01+14.5 PreSec In 9.73 +.10+10.8 RealEstScI 17.54 -.05+24.2 SGI In 11.17 -.02+23.1 SAMBalA 12.86 +9.6 SAMGrA p 13.78 +10.4 Prudential Fds A: HiYldA p 5.41 +.01 +11.3 MidCpGrA 28.98 +.07+15.9 NatResA 51.89 +.48+10.3 STCrpBdA 11.41 +.02 +4.0 2020FocA 16.43 +9.8 UtilityA 10.82 +.04+16.1 Prudential Fds Z&I: MadCapGrZ 30.10 +.08+16.2 SmallCoZ 21.32 -.02+16.3 Putnam Funds A: AAGrA p 12.15 -.02 +8.8 DvrInA p 7.48 -.01 +7.1 EqInA p 15.35 +.02 +9.7 EuEq 19.09 -.26 +2.8 GeoBalA 12.18 +.02 +8.5 GrInA p 13.20 +.01 +8.4 GrOppA p 16.66 +.09+12.2 HiYdA p 7.47 +.03+10.0 IntGrIn p 9.49 -.11 +2.8 InvA p 13.02 +.01+10.6 MultiCpGr 50.67 +.31+12.5 NYTxA p 8.51 +5.3 PA TE 9.09 +.01 +4.7 TxExA p 8.53 +5.4 TFHYA 11.69 +.01 +6.9 USGvA p 14.17 +.02 +6.2 RS Funds: EmMkA 23.51 +.19 +3.6 RSNtRs p 38.52 +.30+15.3 RSPart 32.37 +.15+14.4 Value 24.31 +.05 +11.2 Rainier Inv Mgt: BalN 15.55 +.04 +8.5 SmMCapN 33.14 +.03+16.7 S/MCpInstN 34.02 +.03+17.0 RidgeWorth Funds: GScUShBdI 10.09 +.01 +1.7 HiYldI 9.58 +.01+10.6 IntmBdI 10.73 +.03 +5.1 LgCValEqI 12.57 +10.5 MdCValEqI 11.18 +13.1 SmCpValI 13.70 -.09+17.9 Royce Funds: LwPrSkSv r 17.34 -.02+15.9 MicroCapI 16.56 -.08+14.8 PennMuI r 11.66 -.06+14.4 PremierI r 21.20 +.02+17.6 SpecEqI r 21.19 -.11+12.7 ValSvc t 12.61 -.01+14.6 VlPlSvc 13.02 -.02 +11.6 Russell Funds S: EmerMkts 18.73 +.05 +6.6 GlobEq 8.73 -.01 +8.8 IntlDvMkt 30.05 -.15 +2.6 RESec 34.85 +.08+16.4 StratBd 10.94 +.05 +7.6 USCoreEq 27.78 +.03 +9.8 USQuan 30.28 -.03+12.5 Russell Instl I: StratBd 10.81 +.05 +7.7 Russell LfePts A: BalStrat p 10.38 +8.4 Russell LfePts C: BalStrat 10.30 +.01 +7.6 Rydex Investor: MgdFutStr 23.53 +.05 -6.5 SEI Portfolios: CoreFxAN 11.12 +.05 +8.8 EMktDbtN 11.23 +.03+10.8 HiYldN 7.20 +.02+12.8 IntMuniAN 11.28 +5.2 IntlEqAN 8.33 -.03 +3.3 LgCGroAN 22.44 +.02+12.7 LgCValAN 16.24 +10.1 S&P500EN 35.29 +.01+12.1 TxMgLCN 12.33 -.01+10.9 SSgA Funds: EmgMkt 19.88 +5.4 SP500 21.11 +.01 +11.9 Schwab Funds: CoreEq 17.29 +.02 +9.9 DivEqSel 13.49 -.01 +11.7 FunUSLInst r 9.76 -.01+12.7 IntSS r 16.80 -.09 +3.4 +8.8 MT Bal 15.67 MT Gro 17.26 -.03 +9.7 1000Inv r 38.38 +.01+12.3 S&P Sel 20.32 +.01+12.1 ST Bond 9.23 +.01 +3.0 SmCpSl 21.09 -.12+17.2 TotBond 9.50 +.04 +5.7 TSM Sel r 23.49 -.01+13.1 Scout Funds: Intl 30.65 -.13 +6.0 Security Funds: MCpVlA 31.62 -.18+10.5 Selected Funds: AmShD 40.85 +8.0 Sentinel Group: SmCoA p 8.13 -.03+16.5 SequoiaN 143.03 -.34 +15.7 Sit Funds: US Gov 11.31 +.01 +4.0 Sound Shore: SoundShore 31.07 +6.6 St FarmAssoc: Balan 55.03 +.08 +7.8 Gwth 53.39 +8.8 Sun Capital Adv: GSShDurItl 10.22 +.01 +1.6 IbbotBalSv p 11.85 +.02 +7.5 SunAmerica Funds: USGvA 10.05 +.05 +4.6 USGvB t 10.06 +.06 +3.9 TCW Funds: EmMktIn 8.49 +.03+13.2 TotRetBdI 9.81 +.01 +6.8 TCW Funds N: ToRtBdN p 10.14 +.01 +6.5 TFS Funds: MktNeut r 14.53 -.06 +3.3 TIAA-CREF Funds: BdIdxInst 10.68 +.04 +6.0 BondInst 10.68 +.04 +6.0 EqIdxInst 9.82 +12.7 Gr&IncInst 9.44 +.01 +11.2 InfLkBdInst 11.87 +.06 +9.0 IntlEqIInst 16.01 -.10 +3.3 IntlEqInst 8.59 -.05 +4.4 LgCVl Inst 12.64 +.02 +9.0 MdCVlRet 16.93 -.01+13.0 Templeton Class A: TGlbTRA 12.99 +.02 +9.6 Templeton Instit: EmMS p 13.01 +.09 +8.0 ForEqS 19.45 -.05 +2.6 Third Avenue Fds: IntlVaInst r 15.85 -.06 +2.6 REValInst r 21.89 +.17 +6.4 SmCapInst 20.88 -.15 +9.7 ValueInst 45.23 +.47 +1.3 Thornburg Fds C: IntValC t 24.86 +.18 +3.8 Thornburg Fds: IntValA p 26.45 +.20 +4.6 IncBuildA t 18.47 -.08 +9.4

+1.9

+1.6 +3.7

+1.3

+3.8 +8.1

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FINANCIAL CONFERENCE SPEAKER Robyn Breshears: The bank executive from Springdale, Ark., will speak on the importance of wealth-building in a session called “How Can I Make Money Grow on Trees?” during a financial conference for women. She says it’s especially critical for women, with their longer life expectancies, to create a financial road map.

Life expectancy makes planning vital for women BY LAURIE WINSLOW World Staff Writer

One of the common financial mistakes people make is not developing a road map for their financial goals. And for women, in particular, creating a financial road map is critical as they are more likely to outlive men, said Robyn Breshears, a senior vice president and private banking manager with Arvest in Springdale, Ark. Next month, Breshears will join a slate of other speakers who will help women of all ages navigate their way to financial wellbeing. Her presentation is part of the “Do It Herself: A Journey to Financial Freedom” financial conference to be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Nov. 4. The event is presented by the Oklahoma Society of CPAs. Breshears will speak on topics including the importance of wealth building in a session called “How Can I Make Money Grow on Trees?” Growing long-term money is a lot like growing a tree, Breshears said. Just as people think about where they want to plant a tree, and then nurture, fertilize, feed and prune it so they can enjoy its shade 20 to 30 years later, people need to think about financially planning for the long term and nurturing that plan over time. The sooner people can start saving and working toward their goals, the better, Breshears said. She recommends college graduates and new employees sign up for their employer’s retirement plan as soon as they can, contributing at least as much as their employer’s match or as much as they can and increasing that amount over time to meet their financial goals. “As you receive raises over time, if you don’t have additional family needs, just sock that extra amount away. Once you do learn to live without it, it grows that much faster,” she said. Breshears noted that women often outlive men, which means they’ll need more money over a longer time. Women need to consider what their income stream will be in the future and whether they’ll need to pay for long-term care. For short-term savings, Breshears recommends having a nest egg that would cover six months’ worth of expenses in case of emergencies or a job loss. For long-term goals, people should consider several factors, including how long

‘Do It Herself: A Journey to Financial Freedom’ Date: Nov. 4, registration 8 to 8:30 a.m., conference 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Marriott Southern Hills Hotel, 1902 E. 71st St. Topics: Getting out of debt; basic budgeting; income taxes; starting your own business; college savings; how to raise money-smart kids; relationship finances; overcoming financial crisis, identify theft; building wealth and more. Cost: $15 Register: Visit the Consumers section of www. oscpa.com. You can also send form with payment to OSCPA at 1900 NW Expressway, Ste. 910, Oklahoma City, OK 731181898, or fax to 405-8413801 they plan to work, what kind of income stream they want in retirement and whether they want to leave a legacy for their family. She suggests for the long term that people take a balanced approach to investing, including a combination of fixed-income investments such as bonds and Treasurys along with stocks or equities. Theoretically, these investments work together like a teeter-totter, so that when one investment is up in value the other may be down, Breshears said. “That keeps the volatility, the fluctuations in your nest egg from dipping too high or too low,” she said. “The way you determine that balance is your age, how long you’ll be in the markets, how long you have until you retire and your own risk tolerance.” If you’re the kind of person who loses sleep and checks your balance every other day and gets a stomachache, then you may need to pare back and be much more conservative, Breshears added. She noted that a lot of cash is sitting on the sidelines right now as uncertainty about the market and peoples’ fears and emotions affect their decisions. But Breshears likened the current stock market to a shoe sale where people can find some great values and cheap stocks. “It’s an incredible time to be dipping your toes into the market,” she said.

Spending up as income stalls • The disparity may suggest people are cutting their savings due to extremely low interest rates. BY MARTIN CRUTSINGER Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Americans’ incomes have stagnated for three straight months. Yet they boosted their spending in September 0.6 percent — three times the increase in August. Under normal circumstances, that would be a troubling sign for the economy. But a closer look at Friday’s report from the Commerce Department on September income and spending suggests another possibility: Many people are cutting their savings because the interest they are earning has become nearly worthless. Consumers earned only 0.1 percent last month. And after adjusting for inflation, their after-tax incomes fell 0.1 percent last month — the third straight monthly decline. But the decline was largely because of a 1.4 percent drop in interest income last month, the third sharp monthly drop. Wages and salaries increased

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categories: stocks, bonds, money markets, hybrids and alternative investments. In general, the more a fund is oriented toward stocks, the riskier it is and the greater the potential for reward. Check the record: Look at long-term results — at least five years’ worth, preferably 10. Compare the record with a benchmark and the category average. Keep costs down: Fees eat away at your returns. Avoid sales charges, too.

A manager’s departure shouldn’t be an automatic trigger to dump a fund, but it should raise a red flag.

Get the right fund for your goals: Funds come in broad

Make sure you can live with a fund’s risk: And be certain

that a fund’s returns have been commensurate with its risks and that you can sit through the inevitable down-

When to sell a fund Your manager splits:

Performance turns stinko:

If a fund persistently lags its benchmark and peer group, it may be time to put your money elsewhere.

The fund changes its stripes: Check out its current

investment style with an eye toward how it fits in with your portfolio. If a fund is no longer a good fit, consider selling. Assets explode: The bigger a fund, the less nimble. Nellie S. Huang is a senior associate editor at Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.

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‘04 Malibu

4 cyl., auto, 106K miles, rebuilt title, $2650 cash, 26225 E. Admiral, Catoosa, (918) 812-2292

‘02 Intrepid 4 dr

Low miles, very nice, extra clean, $3650. 918-834-0100, 918-895-8700 ‘02 Sentra GXE Loaded, runs & drives perfect, cold air, 130K mi great MPG $3695. 918-295-7749

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Fully loaded, runs/drives great. $2750. 918-834-0100, 918-895-8700

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‘99 Cadillac, Deville, green/tan top, 125K, good condition, LOADED, $3000. 918-252-7302

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‘99 Explorer Eddie Bauer, fully loaded, leather, looks great, runs great $1995. 918-808-2729, 341-8251

Auto, 165K miles, good car, $1850 cash, 26225 E. Admiral, Catoosa, (918) 812-2292 ‘01 Lincoln LS, leather, loaded, luxury, $3950. We finance. Take MC & VISA, www.autotulsa.com 4119 S. 87th E. Ave. 918-622-7799 ‘01 Taurus 4 door, V6, auto, recent tires, clean, $3450, we finance. Take MC & VISA, autotulsa.com 4119 S. 87th E. Ave. 918-622-7799

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Auto, cold air. Hail. 129K mi. $1950 cash, 26225 E. Admiral, Catoosa, (918) 812-2292 ‘95 Geo Tracker $1,100. ‘96 Volvo, $1,800. Both run well. 918-836-5274

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‘40 Ford 2 door Sedan. New paint, 350 engine. Corvette Trans. $37,500 will sell or trade. 918-232-6317 or 918-486-4047 ‘98 Dodge Grand Caravan SPORT, 130K miles, good condition inside & out, Tranny needs rebuild, $1,450 CASH. 918-409-5144

‘37 Cord, Supercharged, custom Beverly, in restoration-primer, $30,000 as is or can restore it. Call 918-437-9302

‘81 Bonneville Brougham, 2Dr., Loaded, 38K mi., 1 Owner, Like New Cond, $7,995. 918-798-0718

‘96 Dakota Club Cab 4x4, V8 Magnum, low miles, red, like new tires, extra nice truck, $3450. 918-341-8251, 918-808-2729

‘72 Cheyenne Super C10, LWB, 350, a/c, mag wheels, beautiful blue / white, excellent cond. $12,750. 580-761-2359

‘99 Protege 4 dr

5 spd, cold A/C, great for school or commute, $2950. Call 918-834-0100, 918-895-8700 ‘98 Pontiac Bonneville, good condition, white, 3.8 V6, 164K mi., $1,675 obo 918-260-1236 ‘84 New Yorker, 2 tone gold w/very nice leather seats, 76K original miles, 1 owner, new tires, like new, $2700. Other low price vehicles available. 918-740-0550

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‘94 Pontiac Trans Am, Low miles, second owner, $6,200. 918-371-6046 After 5pm weekdays.

‘95 Cadillac Deville, low mileage, 128k, good condition, new tires, water pump & front brakes, cloth top, steel wheels, always garaged, purchased in 1996. Have manual and maint records. Sell “AS IS”, CASH ONLY! $3950 918-461-0100

‘91 Classic, Lite Yellow Chrysler’s TC by Maserati, hard top/opera windows/soft top convertible/loaded, many extras/clean black leather/carpet interior. Perfect body cond/low mi/must see to appreciate/garage kept!!! 918-637-5055

‘81 Rolls Royce Silver Spur, red, nice condition, 45,000 actual mi. $24,900. 918-491-9929, 877-491-9929 ‘80 Nissan 280ZX, 10th ann model 74Kmi, $6500 Firm. 918-869-1012

‘71 LeMans Convertible with GTO Enduro front end, 400 Big Block engine, fully loaded. $16,000. 918-747-4541

‘95 CONCORDE LXI

Leather, p/seats, 99,000 original miles, nice car, $2950. 918-630-6000 ‘95 GMC Sonoma (S-10), 4 cyl., auto, runs great, great gas mileage, must see, $1995. 918-808-2729, 918-341-8251

‘91 Dodge Stealth R/T, low mi., Ltd. Production car, NADA over $10,000, asking $7500. 918-261-0799

V6, great cond., save big only $2675. 918-834-0100, 918-895-8700

‘79 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme, 2 door coupe, 16,500 mi pristine condition! All original, garage kept,landau roof, loaded, full pwr & 38 optional items! $9,995 918-695-9074 For More Details! cdoylegeorge.com

LOCAL DEALERS Audi Tulsa 4201 S. Memorial Dr. Tulsa, (918) 712-2834 auditulsa.com Auto Showcase of Tulsa 4640 S. Memorial Tulsa, (918) 627-8095 autoshowcasetulsa.com Bill Knight Ford 96th Street & Memorial Dr, Tulsa, (918) 526-2402 billknightauto.com Bill Knight Lincoln Volvo 4111 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 526-2502 billknightauto.com

Randy Bowen Chevrolet 1201 Manvel Ave, Chandler 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

Ferguson Superstore 1601 N. Elm Place, Broken Arrow (918) 258-1800 fergusondeal.com Jackie Cooper Imports 9393 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 249-9393 jackiecooperimports.com Jim Glover Chevrolet I-44 & Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 663-2300 jimgloverchevy.com Jim Norton Toyota 9809 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 250-6888 jimnortontoyota.com

Regional Hyundai 2380 W. Kenosha, Broken Arrow, (918) 806-2000 regionalhyundai.com Momentum Chevrolet of Broken Arrow 2301 N Aspen Avenue Broken Arrow 1-800-292-1247 momentumchevroletbrokenarrow.com

‘70 Eldorado, Original. Very fine, clean. Company car always cared for. Recent brakes, exhaust, tune up, etc. 500ci, runs, drives great. One of a kind. $8995 918-628-0400 ‘92 Acura Legend, 6 cyl, AC, stereo, leath, good cond, $2,250. 918-491-0961 ‘92 Olds 88, good car, 99K mi, one owner, $2000. 918-496-3928

‘79 Chevy Suburban, restored, high dollar rims, gold & cream, reclining 3rd seat, good condition, $2000. Other low price vehicles available. 918-740-0550

Don Carlton Honda 4141 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 622-3636 doncarltonhonda.com

Momentum Toyota of Tulsa 6868 East BA Frontage Rd, Keystone Chevrolet Tulsa, (800) 304-3690 8700 Charles Page Blvd., momentumtoyotatulsa.com Sand Springs, (918) 245-2201 South Pointe Chevrolet keystonechevrolet.com 9146 S. Memorial Drive, Land Rover Tulsa Tulsa, (918) 948-7963 3905 S. Memorial Drive southpointechevrolet.com Tulsa, (918) 665-4294 South Pointe landrovertulsa.com Chrysler Jeep Dodge Lexus of Tulsa 9240 S. Memorial Drive, 4215 S. Memorial Drive Tulsa, (918) 770-0987 Tulsa, (918) 665-3987 southpointecjd.com lexusoftulsa.com Suburban Chevrolet Marc Miller Buick GMC 1300 S. Lynn Riggs, 4700 S. Memorial Drive, Claremore, (918) 343-3636 Tulsa, (918) 663-4700 claremorechevy.com marcmillerbuickgmc.com

Don Thornton Cadillac Saab 3939 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, (918) 665-3420 donthornton.com

Nelson Nissan 800 W Queens, Broken Arrow (918) 259-7212 nelsonnissan.com

Bob Hurley Ford 745 W. 51st St. Tulsa, (918) 445-2700 bobhurleyford.com Classic Chevrolet 8501 N. Owasso Expy. Owasso, (918) 272-1101 classicchevrolet.net Don Carlton Acura of Tulsa 4905 S. Memorial 918.664.2300 doncarltonacura.com

‘70 Ford Torino, 2 dr hard top, sports roof, 351C V8, Bright Gold, Auto Trans, PB/PS original paint & owner. $6000 obo. 918-437-2073 ‘85 Porsche, European 928S 5 spd, beautiful, low miles, 5L V-8 guards red, collectible car. 918-521-3472. $12,000 tulsaalva@cox.net for pics ‘83 Mercedes 380SL, both tops, very nice, $6500 Firm. 918-869-1012

‘76 Coupe DeVille, 500 cuing. eng., Victorian red, white landau top, white leather int., 89K orig. mi., 1 owner, Extra Clean! $8500. 918-358-3177

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‘69 Chevy Impala. 2 dr. Hardtop, 327 motor, auto. $8000. Leave message. 620-251-2128

‘10 MDX, loaded up with 19K miles. $35,792. Call 918-770-0350 ‘09 Acura TSX, must see, $25,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘07 MDX Technology, NAV, 44K miles, 3rd row seating, extra clean

‘82 Mercedes 380 SL both tops, V8 auto, white w/gray leath int, 65K mi, good cond, fresh tune-up $11,500. 918-798-5172

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‘78 El Camino, 350 Chevy, 373’s in the rear end, rebuilt trans, high pref parts, bucket seats, 42K mi. on motor, $12,500 obo 918-688-7239

‘91 Buick Park Ave, Seats 6, 124K mi.,1 owner, $1,350. 918-299-4987 ‘89 Chrysler Le Baron Coupe, good condition, 4 cyl., great gas mileage, burgundy, fully loaded, $1700. Other low price vehicles available. 918-740-0550

Joe Marina Honda 9124 S Memorial, Tulsa, (918) 491-0136 joemarinahonda.com

‘86 Capri Hallett Racecar. V8, 5 spd. GT1 Class. W/ full cage fuel cell & fire bottle. Spare parts. Fun to drive. $5500 obo. 918-582-1810

‘92 Silverado, Red, ext. cab, auto, A/C, nice, clean $2850 918-313-9479

Momentum Chevrolet of Tulsa 707 W. 51st, Tulsa 1-800-926-0547 momentumchevrolettulsa.com

Bob Hurley Buick GMC 6300 New Sapulpa Rd Tulsa, (918) 446-9696 bobhurleygm.com

1120 Antiques & Classics ‘73 El Dorado Convertible, st. tropez blue fire mist w/ original white leather, $27K in restoration with NLA-NOS, 30 yrs in storage. needs top, $15K. 918-437-9302.

Auto, V6, 135K miles, clean, $2250 cash, 26225 E. Admiral, Catoosa, (918) 812-2292

‘01 Ford Windstar Minivan V6 auto, 3rd seat. power, air, AM/FM cassette, reliable, runs and drives well, low mi $3150 obo 918-381-0984

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‘00 Honda Civic, auto, all power, 4 door, 101K miles, like new tires, $3700, take MC/VISA, call (918) 266-9003, (918) 519-2448 ‘00 Le Sabre Limited, Loaded, leather, Onstar, runs & drives great, good tires, ready to go. $2995. 918-295-7749

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auto, red exterior, black interior, nice car. $5000. Okmulgee. OK 918-756-6848

‘73 Cadillac El Dorado, Convert, restored interior, red on red, rebuilt engine, trans, front suspension, braking. No rust, good condition. Parade ready. Car starred in film “Screen” $9,500 obo 918-358-3884 405-245-7928 (cell)

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‘67 98 Convertible, beautiful red w/black int., has white top & white wall tire, 85k original miles. $12,000 580-761-2359

‘67 Impala, Price Reduced. 2dr, 2 spd tranny, 283 motor, AC, 212 Eagles on 17 vogues, Good cond. needs minor tlc. 405-503-9207

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‘66 Olds Toronado, Ultimately Garage Preserved (odo 44K, low miles). $26K (nada #2) OBO. 99% orig., factory autumn bronze lacquer, matching deluxe interior. Bill of sale Protectoplate,Records. In Master Restorers collection at Rolling Art. (9 yrs US Nationals Champs of Rolls- 65 US firsts) “Right Stuff” Restorations, appraisals for show, concours, inc. SCCA-Vintage Race Prep, etc. 918-437-9302

‘65 Chevy Nova

2 dr. hard top, V8, powerglide trans. $10,000. Located in West Tulsa: 316-737-4812

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‘55 Cad Coupe Deville, complete good body, original Pacific coral paint, $6k, 918-437-9302

‘60 AMC Rambler, all orig., 42,600 actual mi.,orig. owners man., split bumpers, overdrive. $7,995 obo. 918-245-1995

‘60 Lincoln Mark V convertible exc. cond, new dashpad, includes extra motor, transmission & windshield. $35,000 918-857-9203

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‘08 BMW X5, 4.8, only 23K miles, $42,592. Call 918-770-0350

‘07 STS AWD, V6, loaded, 33K mi., $19,950. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘07 328i Sdn, 43K mi., local trade, clean. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘55 Chevy Pickup, frame off restoration, 350 engine, 700 R Trans, $13,000 obo. Call for details. 918-257-4998

‘53 Chevy COE includes crew cab dooley chassys, restore, street rod or car hauler. $1600 obo. 918-344-8923 or 918-827-6808

‘05 BMW X5 4.41. Imola Red 1 owner, garage kept loaded. Ultimate driving machine. 79k mi. $21,499. 918-486-7630 or 918-697-3899

‘05 M3 Coupe SMG, Excellent condition, 34K, Carbon Blk, Gray Leather, Sunroof, Xenon, $27,900, 918-633-8974

‘06 CTS 3.6L, 50K mi., black/beige, leather, NAV, Bose, roof, V grille, 23 mo/26K mi GM warranty. Sharp car. $17,800. 918-806-6117 ‘01 DeVille, White Diamond, new Michelin tires, new battery, 152k miles. Excellent condition. $4599. 918-251-5550

‘89 Allante Conv., red, tan leather, chrome wheels, both tops, extra clean, 74K mi. $11,900, 918-633-4134 ‘87 Cadillac Limo Great shape, 52K, baby blue, great air, leather conditioner. $10,000 obo 918-706-8920

‘66 Mustang - Very clean! 289 - 4 BBL engine, new interior, customized show car you can drive! Asking $16,500. Ask for Mike - Call 918-906-2798

‘65 Ford Falcon Sprint 289, Beautiful, 2nd owner, ready for parades and car shows, $12,500 918-638-8036

‘58 Chevy Panel Truck, 6 cyl, man 3 sp, not running, needs restoration, pretty straight solid body, $1800. 918-224-6667 ‘57 Chevy210 4dr, 283 V8, pwr glide 48K mi, $6500 Firm 918-869-1012

1924 Model T Touring Car, all original. very good condition. 12 Volt electrical system $10,900 OBO 918-637-1220 or 918-369-5148

1130 Audi

‘66 Mustang Convertible 289 auto, factory air, w/ console, red with white top. $15,000. Call for more info. 405-377-0469 or 405-612-0427

‘65 Mustang, Orig 289 V8, all #s match, automatic, PS, Air, new green paint, white pony interior, center console, chrome wheels, tires, front end, tint, aluminum radiator and dual exhausts. Might take trade in! $12,900. 918-421-1294

‘52 XK120 RDS- with or without ‘62 Chevy Impala SS, Super Chevy spats $45K & ‘60 SK150 SE Coupe Winner, Frame off restoration, $25K. As is or can restore. Will 2,250 mi., 327/350HP, Turbo 350, PS 09-kia-display-ads 10/29/09 2:02 PMconsidered Page 11 buy 50s & 60s European SportsPDB, trades $30,000 cars. 918-437-9302 Van Buren, AR. 479-806-5669

‘10 A5 2.0T Convertible, black, Preferred Plus pkg., only $35,000. ‘09 A4 2.0 S-Line Sport Conv., auto, white, 1 owner, NAV, only $30,000. ‘56 Thunderbird, 312 V8, totally original, sage green, 31k actual miles, both tops , immaculate cond, $55,000. 918-791-1402

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‘11 Camaro SS, black with orange stripes, orange leather, 1K mi., must see, #03399A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com ‘11 Camaro SS, heads up, loaded, black, Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

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‘11 Cruze, leather, low mi, several $ave. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘05 LaSabre, V6, 4 dr., 70,800 miles Good tires, excellent condition, $9,300. 918-341-1737

1160 Cadillac ‘11 CTS-V, 2K mi., 1 owner, pearl white. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘00 328 CI, 72,300 mi., books & records, Sport pkg, Clean. 918-629-5607

Largest selection of gas savers in Tulsa. www.classicchevrolet.net

Only two left in inventory, sale priced $23,950. Call 918-756-1582

1140 BMW ‘11 128i Coupe, 11K miles, NAV, Premium pkg., extra clean & nice ‘10 528i, M Sport pkg., 23K miles, excellent condition, ONLY $36,000. ‘08 335i Sedan, Sport, Premium, must see to appreciate only $28,000 ‘06 325i, 70K miles, Sport pkg., auto, must see to appreciate $18,000. ‘04 645Ci Cabriolet, black, 46K miles, Sport, N AV, extra clean.

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‘11 Camaro Conv., red or silver, hurry in Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘04 A4 Quatro, AWD, very nice car, 150,000 miles, new timing belt, $7600. 918-645-4369

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'04 325 CI Convertible, black, sport package, auto, garaged, 60,500 miles, 62K service completed $17,300. 918-697-3019

‘07 A4 Cabriolet, 2.0L Quattro, 35K miles, $21,992. Call 918-770-0350

‘55 Austin-Healey, 2 sold, 2 left that need more work. Will buy 50s & 60s European Sports cars. Pro track/concours specialists. Call 918-437-9302

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‘10 Altima 2.5S, Auto, Power .................$16,883 ‘08 Accord LXP, Auto . ..............................$17,147 ‘08 Civic Si, 4 Dr, Nice.. ...........................$17,954 ‘10 Rogue S, AWD, auto, nice... ..............$18,950 ‘08 Element SC, Loaded...........................$18,953 ‘07 Acura TL, Loaded . .............................$19,947 ‘09 Civic Hybrid, 13K, Nice......................$18,950 ‘09 CRV EX, 2wd, 33K. .............................$20,947 ‘08 Odyssey EX, 33K Mi . .........................$21,947 ‘07 G-35X, AWD, Loaded, 43K.................$21,975 ‘10 Accord EXL, V6, 6K Mi ......................$24,257 ‘08 Ridgline RTL, 4wd, 45K.....................$24,450 ‘10 Tacoma, Double Cab, Pre Run V6.....$25,275 ‘10 Odyssey EX, Loaded... ........................$28,537 ‘11 Pilot EX, 2wd, 11K Mi.........................$29,950

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T6Z663639 2006 Toyota Corola 4dr Sedan Auto All Power ...............................$3,991 T3W646563 2003 Jeep Liberty Auto Sport ........................................................$5,491 T5T614487 2005 PT Cruiser Touoring 80k Miles .............................................$5,991 T1KE11099 2001 Ford F-150 Crew Cab Lariat ................................................$5,991 S35M38965 2003 Mazda 6 4dr sedan Auto Very Nice ......................................$6,991 T6T265240 2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser Auto Low Miles ......................................$6,991 P6D174239 2006 Chevy Uplander LS Dual Sliding doors well Maintained .......$7,991 S3s151873 2003 Toyota Seqoiua Limited 4wd 3rd Row....................................$9,991 T50154639 2008 Mazda RX-8 ....................................................................... $10,991 T4R193702 2004 Chevy Tahoe LT Leather 3rd Row Captains ..........................$10,991 S55199264 2005 Ford Mustang Convertible Leather only 59k Auto ...............$12,991 T81055536 2008 Toyota Scion XB Auto ..........................................................$12,991 SAW212808 2010 Ford Focus Sedan Auto ......................................................$12,992 T4EB36419 2004 F-250 Diesel Crew 4wd .....................................................$12,992 PAU894553 2010 Hyundai Elantra GLS Auto Sedan Save Over New ...............$13,994 P76073491 2007 Chevy Equinox LT AWD Leather Ready for Winter ................$15,994 S8J115045 2008 Dodge Qaud Cab SLT…….. Only 29k Miles .......................$17,993 T7KA79578 2007 Ford F-150 4wd Crew Cab XLT ..........................................$18,992

2005 Chrysler Pacifica clean, like new, runs great ...........................................$6,991 2006 Chevrolet Colorado Xcab 28k, Auto, clean, only .....................................$10,992 2007 Chevy Malibu LT 47k, 1 owner, clean, ...................................................$11,991 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT power doors, nav/dvd 93k ..........................$11,992 2006 Chevy Silverado XCAB auto, V6, 82K, clean ...........................................$12,491 2007 Chevy Equinox LT leather, new tires and brakes ....................................$12,991 2006 Mazda Miata Grand Touring Auto, Bose, clean, only ...............................$12,992 2005 Nissan Frontier Crew Nismo Nismo, black/grey/ clean ...........................$12,992 2008 Pontiac G6 2 to choose auto, power, chrome wheels .............................$13,794 2008 Hyundai Sonata SE V6 Auto, alloys. Power .............................................$13,991 2008 Ford Fusion SE auto. 48k, power, alloys ...............................................$14,491 2010 Toyota Corolla Le Auto, power, 13k, cruise only ....................................$14,492 2010 Ford Focus SEL leather. roof, alloys, ......................................................$14,992 2005 Ford Mustang Convertible Auto, 28k miles!! Only ..................................$14,992 2008 Ford Escape XLT 46k, Sunroof, power, alloys .........................................$16,991 2008 Chevrolet 1500 Z71 Crew Cab 4WD Auto, black/black, bedliner ............$21,992 2008 Chevy Avalanche LS 40k, super clean only ............................................$23,991 2008 Chevy Tahoe LTZ lthr/nav/dvd/ 45k .......................................................$30,992

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‘07 Impala 3.5L, LT, very clean, $7991. 918-361-6859

‘95 Corvette

glass top, exc tires, auto, $6,500. 580-320-2611

‘06 Cobalt SS 46K mi. leather, $13,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097 '06 HHR LT, 2.4, leather, sun roof, high polished wheels, only 30K miles, $11,990. Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7941 '06 Impala LT, 17” alloy wheels, fresh rubber, all power options, only $10,995. Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7944

‘11 Traverse, charcoal gray, metallic, 3rd row bench seating, 9680 mi, V6, auto, assume loan. $32,000 Serious Inquires only. 918-805-0865

‘94 Corvette. 6 spd. Dark red metallic. Black int. 83,000 mi. Solid, dependable. New car coming, must sell! $10,000. 918-582-1810

‘10 Aveo LT, Red, low mi. $12,977. ‘10 HHR LT’s, low mi., 2 to choose from, clean, your choice at $12,977. ‘10 Impala LT, White, only $13,977.

‘91 Corvette, blk/blk, 38K mi, well maint/garage kept, $14,500. Will trade for boat or Z71 PU Truck. 918-261-8808.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘10 Chevy Cobalt LT, $13,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘02 Tahoe, dual air, 4WD, all power, loaded, excellent condition, nice vehicle. $7,995. 918-636-1677

‘08 3/4 ton Crew Cab 4x4, 6.6L diesel, PW, PL, 34k mi. 800-339-0851 #17554A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘10 Silverado

‘08 Silverado 1500 Quad Cab, only

$18,988. 918-622-4175

1500 LT Crew Cab, low miles, low price, $22,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘08 Silverado 1500, auto, power, very clean, $18,994. 1-800-598-5593

‘09 Chevy 1500

Short wide. Real Sporty, low mi. Just $16,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘06 1500, black, 2WD, 66K miles. $10,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097 ‘06 Chevy Equinox LT, $13,278. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘06 Colorado Ext. Cab, 28K mi., auto, clean, $11,992. 1-800-598-5593 ‘08 Silverado 1/2 ton Single Cab 2WD, V6, 4.3, air, CD, bedliner, 20K mi., 1 owner, book $16,800, sell for $14,995. 918-697-7752,

New ‘11 EXT. CAB $17,966*

Auto, air & more, #11100

NEW ‘11 CREW CAB $21,966*

Auto, air & more. #11177

* Price after rebate. Must finance with Ally. W.A.C. Expires 10-31-11.

1-800-339-0851 Randy Bowen Chevrolet

Still under factory warranty, only $16,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘09 Crew Cab Z71, 4x4 LTZ, ruby red, tan leather, alloys, loaded, 49,000 miles, #51973A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘06 Equinox AWD $12,500.

69K miles, leather, sun roof. Lifetime Warranty! 918-622-3160

‘06 EQUINOX

‘08 Suburban, black, will hold the

family,H111691 $20,988. 918-622-4175

Leather, roof, looks and drives great, only $6950. Call 918-756-1582 ‘06 Silverado Ext. Cab, auto, V6, 82K mi. $12,491. 1-800-598-5593

Largest selection of gas savers in Tulsa. www.classicchevrolet.net

‘02 35th Anniversary Camaro. Black exterior, tan interior, t-tops, new tires, Corvette engine, 80k mi, excel. cond, 1 owner,$10,000. 918-869-6532

‘10 IMPALA

07’ Tahoe LTZ 2WD FULLY LOADED WITH ALL OPTIONS; exceptionally nice one owner vehicle. $23,500. Original price: $49.135. Completely maintained per specifications. 94,800 miles (85% hwy miles) NAV radio w/CD/DVD/MP3, rearseat entertainment system, Rear camera system. Call 918-932-9138

1171 Chevrolet Pickups/ Vans/4X4

‘06 Malibu, P/W, P/L, tilt, cruise, priced to sell, 1-800-339-0851, #42515A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘10 Cobalt LT 4 dr, auto, P/W, P/L, only 26K mi. #64324A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

1171 Chevrolet Pickups/ Vans/4X4

‘98 Camaro Z28, red, 6 speed, 145,000 miles, $6,850. 918-457-6092

‘07 Malibu LT, 47K mi., 1 owner, clean, $11,991. Call 1-800-598-5593

‘11 Malibu LTZ, red Jewel, tan leather, sun roof, 29k mi. #12678A. randybowenchevrolet.com 1-800-339-0851

1171 Chevrolet Pickups/ Vans/4X4

‘06 Trail Blazer 4WD, $11,978. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘11 Equinox LTZ, only 900 miles. $27,994. Call 918-770-0350

‘09 Aveo 4 door, 25K mi. $9988. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘11 Equinox (4), loaded, leather, cloth. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘09 Corvette Convertible, $37,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘11 Equinox (4), loaded, leather, cloth. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘09 Corvette convertible over

‘11 HHR’s (8), cloth, leather, loaded. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

$70,000 new, Crystal Red Metallic $47,000. 918-641-5879

‘11 Silverado LT 4WD, $29,978. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘10 Chevy Silverado LT, $21,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘02 Corvette Coupe, black w/black leather, glass top, only 51K miles. randybowenchevrolet.com #06556B. 800-339-0851 ‘01 Malibu, V6, 90K miles, extra extra nice, P/W, tilt, cruise, special at $3999. 9772 E. 11th, 918-636-5463

‘09 K2500 LTZ, 4x4, red, ebony leather, DVD, only 31K 1 owner miles, #03741B. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com ‘09 Silverado Ext. Cab, 29K miles, white, excellent cond, only $17,991. ‘08 Tahoe LTZ 4x4, NAV, DVD, black, 35K mi., clean, only $35,950. ‘08 Avalanche LTZ, NAV, DVD, white, 51K mi., clean, only $27,750. ‘07 Tahoe LT, clean, only $20,750.

‘09 Silverado 3500 HD 4x4 Crew Cab LTZ, loaded, sunroof, 52K mi, towing pkg, diesel, ent sys, NAV, 918-361-0749, $37,999 obo.

‘09 Malibu LS, 4 cyl., over 30 MPG, only 26,000 miles #38275A. randybowenchevrolet.com 1-800-339-0851

‘10 HHR, chrome wheels, 30 MPG 15K mi. #45222A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘06 Z71 Crew Cab LT, lift kit, custom wheels, lots of chrome & eye appeal, $19,991. 918-445-2700

‘08 Suburban 4x4 LTZ, leather, sun roof, DVD, 45K miles 1-800-339-0851 #95366A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘05 1500 Crew Cab 2WD, P/W, P/L $11,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

‘08 Tahoe LTZ, leather, 45K mi. NAV, DVD, $30,992. 1-800-598-5593

‘05 Avalanche 4WD Z71, $12,988. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘07 Avalanche 2WD, cloth, nice, $17,950. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘05 Silverado Z71, 4x4 Crew, auto, leather, tow, $12,994. 800-598-5593

‘07 Equinox LT, leather, new tires & brakes, $12,991. 1-800-598-5593

‘05 Silverado LS, 5.3 L, 2WD, Reg. cab, 56K, $9,800, 918-256-7878

‘07 Silverado Regency, automatic, 5.3L, Custom Paint & wheels, 30,000 miles, bed liner, garage kept, 1 owner. $16,000. 918-812-4504

‘05 SSR, black, 20” chrome wheels leather, 2k mi #20652A. 800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘07 Silverado LT

1500, Crew Cab, looks & drives like new, only $20,550 Call 918-756-1582

‘08 Corvette Coupe Crystal Red (Candy Apple), Cashmere leather, both tops, 436 HP, 6-SPD auto w paddles, Mild to Wild Exhaust, Chrome Wheels, LT3 Trim, Head Up display, Bose sound, GPS, Magnetic selective ride control, 30 mpg. 12K mi, 5 year/100,000 mi. power train warranty, Mint Cond. $44,950. Sticker was $61K. 918-496-1496

‘00 Corvette Coupe, $17,900 OBO, Light Pewter Metallic (Silver) Ext, 36K mi, Ex Cond. Questions? Call or text 918.812.4801 or 918.633.8822

‘10 K2500 Crew Cab 4x4 LTZ, Duramax, chrome wheels, leather, only 12K mi. #06590A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘09 Tahoe Z71, 4x4, white, tan leather, sun roof, NAV, DVD, only 39K mi. 1 owner, 1-800-339-0851, #31879A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘08 1500 Z71 Crew 4x4, auto, black, bedliner, $21,992. 1-800-598-5593 ‘08 Equinox Sport, 4 new tires, alloys, only $18,994. 1-800-598-5593

‘08 Corvette Convertible, Atomic Orange, $67,115 msrp, 5,800 mi., $46,000 or offer 918-935-4192 ‘08 Malibu LT Classic, 35K miles, like new, $12,792. 1-800-598-5593

‘96 Corvette, 42K mi., dk green w/ tan int., new tires, auto, pwr seats, CD, $14,000, excellent condition. 918-462-7000 / 918-781-9502

‘07 Aveo, P/W, P/L, Value, $7788. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘10 Silverado SWB, 5K 1 owner mi. 20’’ chrome wheels, 1-800-339-0851, #76487A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘05 Suburban Z71 & trailer tow package, 4x4, Front & Rear A/C, sunroof, luggage rack, running boards, all power, excellent condition, 175,000 miles, 2nd seat radio. 90% Hwy Miles, Bought new over $50K NADA Retail $15,125. Clean Car Fax, Must Sell! $10,500. 918-230-4283

‘09 Traverse LTZ, loaded, 1 owner Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘08 Equinox LT, Maroon, low mi., very clean must see to appreciate ‘07 Silverado LT1 Crew Cab, Blue Granite, only 25K miles, like new. ‘06 Silverado LT2, Crew Cab, Black, leather, tint, only 70K miles

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘07 Tahoe LTZ, sun roof, NAV, DVD, 20” alloys, leather, 55K 1 owner mi, #59192A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com ‘07 Tahoe, leather, priced to sell, $19,488. 918-622-4175

‘05 Tahoe 4WD, 3rd row, white, $13,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

‘07 Trail Blazer 4x4, priced to sell,

'04 SSR, only 15,000 miles, bright red, graphite leather, Sr. Citizen trade, in the box new, Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7942

#H112922, $11,988. 918-622-4175

‘04 Chevy Tahoe LS, $11,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

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3.9L V6 SFI-flex fuel transmission, 4 speed auto, airbags, front, side thorax w/passenger sensing; head curtain side airbag, rear child latch anchors, theft deterrent, 6 mths OnStar, pwr seat adjust, leather wrap steering wheel w/radio & cruise controls, power door locks & windows, AM/FM, CD player, 17” alloy wheels.

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2011 SIERRA 1500 CREW CAB

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2011 SIERRA REG CAB

Vortec 4.8L V6 MFI engine, 4-sp transmission, Stabilitrak-stability control, dual frt pass air bags w/ pass sensing, head curtain side & side impact air bags, daytime running lamps w/flash to pass, tire presure monitor system, 40/20/40 bench seat, intermittent wipers, tilt steering, AM/F

List Price $26,995

2011 BUICK LACROSSE CX

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Duramax 6.6L V8 turbo diesel, allison 6-sp automatic trans, 4-wheel ABS brakes, driver & right front pass airbags, rear parking asst, 6 mth OnStar, auto dual zone air cond, pwr locks/windows, rear win defogger, leather-app bucket seats, 18” polished wheels, 20” full-size tires, front fog lamps, remote start, chrome bodyside moldings, door handles & grille, EZ-Lift & locking tailgate, 5 yr/100,000 mile power train warranty.

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1211 Dodge 4x4/Pickup/Van ‘08 Ram 2500 Quad SLT, 33K mi. $22,995. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘08 Ram 1500 Regular Cab, V8, auto, $12,950. 918-527-9823 ‘07 Ram Quad SLT, 20” wheels, very clean, $12,994. 918-445-2700

‘04 Tahoe, Joe Gibbs Performance Package, minor body work, new tires, great shape, 68k mi, $20,500 obo, 918-906-6309

‘77 Silverado 10 V8 350, 1/2 ton, 87K mi, 1 owner, pwr steering/ brakes, long bed, 2-tone $3,600. 918-455-6288

‘03 CNG 78¢ /gal, or gas $3.18/gal 15 passenger van, 48k mi, 1 ton, nice, move a load with fuel costs of a Prius. $14,500. 918-492-6013

‘05 PT Cruiser Convertible, 2.4L, less than 42,000 miles, automatic, A/C, power windows, 5 disc CD Player, $8,900 obo. For Sale By Owner: 918-299-5421 ‘95 International 4000 Series 4700 Box Truck, runs great, rebuilt Tranny, 281752 miles, Box is 26'x8'x92" $12k firm 918-381-5481

1181 Chrysler Vans ‘07 Town & Country Ltd, DVD, sunroof, GPS, 54k mi, by owner, $17,500 obo. 918-366-8759

‘03 Suburban Z71, 4x4 LT, DVD, like new tires, loaded, runs drives, looks great, 165K mi. $7450. take MC/ VISA, (918) 266-9003, 519-2448

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘10 Dodge Charger SXT, $17,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1180 Chrysler

‘10 300 Touring

‘05 Town & Country Touring, p/ sliding drs & hatch, full Stow n Go, 78K mi. REDUCED, $8950. 289-9591

JUST LIKE NEW. Only $19,950. Call 918-756-1582

'08 300 Touring, vanilla w/leather heated seats, sharp, Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7943

‘03 Venture Van, rear air, clean, vacation ready, 918-527-9823

‘08 300-C, H e m i , B l a c k , N A V , lether, roof, must see, only $17,500. ‘06 Sebring Limited Convertible, 33K miles, very clean, only $9,000.

1190 Commercial Trucks/Trailers Single axle hydraulic dump trailer, all steel, $2000. 918-740-0550 Concession Trailer $12,500.Loaded & ready to work. Health Department inspected. Call 918-625-6892

‘10 Journey SXT AWD, Blue, low miles, local trade, clean, $19,977. ‘09 Ram 1500 TRX Crew Cab, Silver, 18K miles, hurry, only $21,977. ‘08 Ram 1500 SLT Crew, Black, 20” chromes, tint, super clean, $17,977. ‘06 Durango SLT 4WD, Red, third row, super clean, only $10,977.

‘08 Ram 1500, black, 6 speed, 40K mi, 2dr, Line-X bed liner, 2WD, clean, chrome brush guard $11,900 obo 918-859-9726

‘10 Megacab, Cummins diesel, P/W, P/L, tilt, cruise, chrome wheels, 11K mi, 1-800-339-0851, #91048A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘06 Pacifica Touring, only $8878. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘08 Durango SLT 4x4, 43K miles, extra clean & nice, only $16,000.

‘99 1500 LS Ext. Cab 2WD, 91k mi. $8788 Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘05 300, 2.7 V6, 57K mi., like new tires, leather, $10,500 918-902-3787

AUCTION Nov. 6th, 2010 Caterpillar Forklift, Details at web site BidLoud.com 918/639-7653

‘98 1500 Z71 Ext. Cab 4x4, black, $5988. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

‘05 Chrysler Pacifica Touring, Loaded, black leather, 6 cd dvd, new tires, very good condition, $9750 obo, MUST SELL 918-284-9867

‘06 Diesel Dually, 1 ton, 4x4, Laramie, black, quad cab, 4 door, leather, loaded, 86K mi, $24,000. 918-693-9557 ‘06 Dodge Caravan SXT, $6984. Call 918-770-0350

‘10 Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4x4 SLT, $24,950. 918-361-9013

‘08 Sebring Convertible, $17,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘06 PT Cruiser Touring, tint, good rubber, $6991. 918-361-6859

‘06 Dakota Crew Cab, white, gray cloth, alloys, 42K mi. 800-339-0851 #71290A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘08 Ram Sport 1500 Quad, priced to sell, #H121101, $13,988. 918-622-4175

'09 Journey SE, all power options, like new in & out, compare anywere $10,950. Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7944

‘02 Suburban Z71, white, 1 owner, quad seats, nice. $6450. 918-694-1065

‘98 Silverado 3500 crew cab long bed, automatic, air, 158k mi. $6500. 918-366-3591

1211 Dodge 4x4/Pickup/Van

EXTRA CLEAN CAR, only $9950. Call 918-756-1582

TOURING, low miles, only $9950. Call 918-756-1582

02’ Chevy Z71, Red, 143k miles, EC Extras, $8,000, 918-251-6695

‘06 Dakota SLT Quad Cab 2WD, red in color, $10,991. 918-361-6859

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘08 Caliber SXT

‘08 PT CRUISER

‘02 BLAZER SUV, 1 owner, 97K mi., $5995 918-902-5819

‘05 Magnum SXT, leather, roof, $11,982. Call 918-770-0350

‘06 Dakota SLT, V8, 4.7 liters, bed liner, with camper shell, Silver, all power, towing pkg, CD player, 30K miles. $12,900. 918-836-3288.

‘10 Grand Caravan, $17,978. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1210 Dodge ‘10 Caliber SXT, Silver, low miles, extra clean, must see, only $13,977. ‘07 Charger SXT, White, new tires, very clean, low miles, nice, $12,977

‘79 Bruin dump trucks, 3208 CAT motors, reconditioned, only 3900 hrs., new insides, 15’ beds, steal! 918-691-4285

‘03 Suburban LT- 4x4, highway miles, one owner, leather, glass roof, rear air, heated PS, quad seating $8,750. 918-231-6966

‘07 Caliber 4D,HB. Black w Gray interior. 93.5k, Exc. Condition. Brand new tires and struts. Call 727-470-0476 or 727-599-1239. $8,500

‘06 SLT Dakota quad cab. 1 owner, 46k mi, V8. 26E pkg, NADA $15,200 $12,500, Bartlesville 918-331-7100 or 918-338-9301

‘01 Viper, Dark Blue, Brown Leather, 6 spd., RT/10 w/ only 11,500 miles, Convertible. $35,000. 918-760-7334. Must See!

‘08 Grand Caravan SXT, NAV, DVD, 93K mi. $11,992. 800-598-5593

‘05 Dakota Club Cab, 57K mi. $10,288 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

‘03 Neon SXT, auto, 78K miles, $5950. 918-361-9013

‘08 Ram Crew Cab 4x4 SLT, hwy mi $9500 Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘05 Dodge Durango SXT, $9988. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

2011 Equator

AUCTION Nov. 6th, 2010 Protrak Gooseneck 40 ft Equip Trailer, Details at web site BidLoud.com 918/639-7653

Advantage Imports

MSRP $23,299

Your Price

18,980

$

‘07 31ft. Commercial concession trailer live-in quarters, 2 work tables, 4 sinks, 2 refrigerators, freezer, 2 microwaves, food warmer, coffee maker, crock pot, $15,500. Paul Carson 918-486-7726

‘05 Pacifica Touring, leather,DVD, sun roof, power rear hatch, drives great, 135K mi., $6350. 918-289-9591. ‘05 Pacifica, clean, like new, runs great, $6991. 1-800-598-5593 1973 pickup C20, ¾ Ton, 8’ bed w/ bedliner, 350 engine w/ dual exhaust, auto, p/b, p/s, a/c, New int. upholstery & headliner. Looks & runs good. $4500. 918-341-9046

‘04 PT Cruiser GT Turbo, $8978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘04 Sebring Conv., 82K mi. $6988. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

1.9% 36 mos* – 2.9% 60 mos*

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15,550 or $ 27872 60 MO/62K Bumper to Bumper

‘11 LaCrosse CXL

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NO MONEY DOWN $

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Hi polish wheels, pwr seat, windows, locks, tilt, cruise, CD, XM, remote start, 2.4 liter engine Stk#B189 *2.9% APR, 60 mos., GM Certified, no $ money down, W.A.C.

Leather heated dual power seats, XM, OnStar, remote start, cast wheels, (sand beige) addt’l cost paint, Stk#B102

‘11 Yukon

30,770 $ 452

22,990 337

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‘11 Buick Lucerne

America’s Best Warranty* Powertrain Warranty

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2012 2011 SONATAS VERACRUZ LOADED

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8,980

9,950 10,950 10,990 11,480 11,500

11,770 11,778 11,960 11,990 12,775 12,862

‘11 AVEO 5 DOOR LT, only 15K miles, $ leather, sunroof, cast wheels, (like new) ...... ‘07 CAMRY LE leather, all pwr options, CD, cast wheels, local new car trade, $ GM dealer priced ......................................... ‘07 CHEVY LT Reg Cab longbed, pwr seat, windows, locks, V8, OnStar, remote $ entry, only 59K miles ..................................... ’11 CHEVY AVEO LT SEDAN, yellow, all power options, CD, defrost, tilt, cruise, one $ owner, REDUCED ...................................... ‘08 GRAND PRIX GXP, moonroof, leather, heated seats, high polished wheels, XM, $ OnStar, local new car trade, REDUCED ....... ‘05 GMC YUKON SLT leather, heated memory $ seats, 3rd seat, CD, high-polished wheels . ‘06 NISSAN MURANO S 6 cyl, leather, moonroof, $ heated seats, defrost, GM dealer priced .... ‘10 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S SEDAN, keyless start, (2) remotes, pseat, PW, PL, P mirrors, $ Defrost CD, all power options.....REDUCED ‘09 VIBE GT, senior citizen owned, new car trade, didn’t wash, didn’t change oil, $ needing nothing, cast wheels, only 29K miles . ‘04 LEXUS ES 300, only 55K miles, one owner, new car trade, leather heated seats, all the right stuff, $ YOU WON’T FIND NICER ANYWHERE ....... ‘07 BUICK LUCERNE CXL leather heated seats, $ CD, XM, OnStar, only 42K miles, NICE! ..... ‘07 HUMMER H3 4X4, new car trade, cast wheels, new tires, all power options, needs nothing $ but a home, was $18,995, first come, now . ‘10 MUSTANG 2 DOOR, bright red, power windows and locks, tilt, cruise, CD, $ defrost, only 26K miles, REDUCED ........... ‘08 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER TL 4X4, leather heated memory seats DVD, 18” ssp cast, tow pkg, $ all power options, (off lease)............................ ‘07 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LIMITED 4X4, moonroof, navigation, leather heated $ power seats,..................................................

12,880

12,884 12,888 12,990

13,950 14,590 14,880 14,980 15,600

15,950 16,680 17,950 19,968 19,958 19,988

‘11 CHEV CRUZ LTZ 1 owner, n/c trade, navigation, sunroof, leather heated seats $ WON’T LAST .......................................... ‘11 BUICK REGAL leather heated seats, moon roof, OnStar, XM, only 12K miles, $ save 1000’s over new, REDUCED............. ‘08 SATURN OUTLOOK XR, dual leather pwr heated, seats, 18” cast wheels, XM, OnStar, deep $ tint, dual moonroofs, BEST BUY!................. ‘11 CHEVY EXPRESS 12 PASS VAN, front and rear air, $ all pwr options, CD, rear defrost, tilt, cruise REDUCED ..... ‘04 CHEVY SSR Convertible sr citizen trade, only 15K miles, garage kept, leather, $ loaded, dual pwr leather heated seats ........ ‘11 CHEVY TRAVERS AWD, only 20K miles, pwr, seat, locks, mirrors, tilt, cruise, CD, OnStar, $ defrost, cast wheels, compare anywere ....... ‘09 FORD F150 SUPERCREW LARIAT, dual leather pwr heated seats, CD, fiberglass cover, running $ boards, 20” high polished wheels....REDUCED ‘10 DODGE RAM CREWCAB 4X4, 5.7 Hemi, pwr seat, windows & locks, 20” high $ polished wheels, spray-in liner.REDUCED ‘10 CHEVY TRAVERSE, AWD, leather heated seats, dual moonroof, DVD remote start, $ OnStar, XM, only 23K miles........REDUCED ‘09 BUICK ENCLAVE brown metallic, nav, leather, quads, heated & AC seats, hi polish wheels, $ remote start, 2 sunroofs, a must see ........... ‘11 LACROSSE CXS, premium navigation, panaramic roof, leather heated & cooled seats, HAS EVERY POSSIBLE OPTION, $ original MSRP $39,445, only, REDUCED . ‘11 YUKON SLT navigation, moonroof, DVD, quads, heated memory seats, co vehicle,$ orig/MSRP $54,622 only .......................... ‘11 GMC YUKON DENALI, company vehicle, navigation, moonroof, DVD, quads, $ 20” high polished wheels...........................

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24,444 26,950

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2012 VELOSTER

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*3.99% APR, 60 mos., 20% Cash down or trade, W.A.C.

‘04 MONTANA VISION power seats/windows/locks, quads, DVD, pwr side door, low mileage, $ one owner ....................................................... ‘03 CADILLAC DEVILLE diamond white, only 77K miles, leather dual pwr seats, $ hi polish wheels ............................................. ‘07 SATURN VUE V6 leather heated seats, pwr seat/windows/locks/mirrors/sunroof $ only MUST SEE ....................................................... ‘09 JEEP JOURNEY SE all pwr options, clean $ in & out, tagged OK ....................................... ‘06 IMPALA LT 17” alloys, fresh rubber, all $ power options, just arrived ........................... ‘06 LINCOLN TOWN CAR SIGN, leather, dual power leather heated seats, remote $ entry, 2 remotes, GM dealer priced............. ‘09 CHEVY COBALT, only 14K miles, auto, tilt, CD, defrost, like new in and out $ 20” high polished wheels........................... ‘07 MERCURY MILAN leather, moonroof, all pwr options, remote entry, only 48Kmiles, $ local new car trade ........................................ ‘06 CHEV TRAILBLAZER 4x4, sunroof, cast wheels, power seat/windows/locks/mirrors, defrost, $ definitely needs nothing ............................. ‘06 HHR LT 2.4 4 cyl, leather, hi polish wheels, sunroof, XM, OnStar $ LOW PAYMENT CAR ................................... ‘06 CHEVY HHR LT, amethyst, leather, sunroof, high polished wheels, deep tint, $ all power options, only 30K miles ................. ‘05 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER V-6 3rd seat, DVD, $ all power options ................................ ‘06 GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO leather heated seats, moonroof, hi polish wheels, RIGHT $ MILES, RIGHT PRICE HAS IT ALL! ..............

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1211 Dodge 4x4/Pickup/Van ‘05 Grand Caravan, Great Car, stow-n-go seats, room for 7, good A/C w/ rear air. Clean inside & out, very dependable, pretty too!! $6995, 918-830-8071 ‘03 Ram Dually, 5.9 liter, 6 spd, Laramie 4x4 Crew Cab, 100+ miles, $18,500. 918-445-2700

1231 Ford Pickups/Vans/4x4

1250 GMC Pickups/Vans/4x4

‘04 Isuzu Box truck, 16’ Diesel, white, A/C, very good condition, no lift gate, 84K miles, 1 owner, $15,000 firm. 918-408-2877

‘08 Edge Ltd. AWD, black, DVD, leather, extra clean, only $22,250. ‘07 Edge SE, gray, ONLY $13,500. ‘04 Explorer XLT 4x4, only 98K mi., must see to appreciate, $9250.

1320 Jaguar ‘08 XJ8, gray, 21K miles, $33,500. ‘08 Crew Cab, Sport red, leather, 5.3 V8, 20’s, 29k miles. 800-339-0851, #00004A randybowenchevrolet.com

‘08 Explorer Sport Trac, $22,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘01 2500 Quad Cab 4x4 w/flatbed, Bale Spike, Cummins diesel, randybowenchevrolet.com #4635AA. 1-800-339-0851

1230 Ford Microsoft sync, P/W, P/L, 44K miles. Lifetime warranty, $13,900. Call 918-622-3160

‘08 F-150 XLT Super Crew Cab, all power, auto, air, cloth, clean, 70k miles. $15,900. 918-582-3082

‘08 Denali, Red Jewel, tan leather, 20” wheels, quad buckets & more, 31K mi. #16427A. 800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘10 Fusion, 10 in stock starting at $14,900. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘08 F150 Lariat Super Crew 4x4, black w/black leather, chrome pkg, back up camera, like new. $23,500. 918-497-9089

‘08 GMC Envoy Denali white / ebony leather 4WD 1-owner factory loaded new condition 18K miles $27,500 918-557-0846

‘10 Rio, White, great gas mileage, low miles, extra clean, must see! ‘08 Optima EX, Red, leather, auto, only 25K miles, super clean & nice ‘07 Amanti, Maroon, leather, roof, CD with only 46K miles, must see.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘09 Borrego LX

‘03 Civic EX-2, 5 speed, 134K miles, black inside & out, nice, $5,500. 918-749-8858 or 918-645-5895

‘06 Amanti. Black 43K mi. private owner. $12,950. loaded, warranty available 918-639-8966 918-627-0346

‘01 Civic LX 4 dr, auto, $3700. 918-850-6965

‘03 Sorento EX 4x4, leather, sun roof, CD, tint, alloys, rack, 1 owner, clean CarFax, was $8995, winter coming, $7995. 918-697-7752

‘01 CRV EX 4WD, clean, $9950. 918-906-5328

‘99 CIVIC DX-VP

‘04 Jaguar, XJR, grey, professionals car, like new inside, garaged home/work, rare find! $13,500, 918-697-7205

1350 Land Rover

1331 Jeep/Eagle/AMC Pickups/Vans/4x4 ‘11 Liberty Limited 4x4, White, LIKE NEW, MUST SEE, $23,977. ‘04 Wrangler Sahara, Tan, V6, A/C, hard top, like new, 49K mi.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘11 & OLDER

‘07 H3, leather, roof, 22’s, nice, 38K mi. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 '07 H3, 4X4, cast wheels, all power options, OnStar, fresh rubber, Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7941

‘08 Range Rover Sport HSE; ~52k mi. 1 Owner; Lux Pkg, white/tan, non smoking, garage kept, $37,000 Call 918-671-3711

‘08 F350 Super Cab diesel 4x4 flat bed, 12 ft. $17,994. 918-445-2700 ‘07 F150 Crew Cab King Ranch, fully loaded, $20,991. 918-445-2700

‘10 Mustang Convertible, $18,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘10 Grand Cherokee

‘09 Mustang GT Conv., black, 28K miles, auto., leather, only $22,000.

‘08 Mustang GT Premium, California Special, blue, 66K mi, 1 owner, ex cond & wrty, call after 6pm. $24,000. 918-652-2860

‘10 OPTIMA

Still under factory warranty. Just $14,950. Call 918-756-1582

Auto, P/W,P/L, 3rd seat, Lifetime Warranty! $16,995. 918-622-3160

1280 Hummer

‘10 Focus SEL, leather, roof, alloys, $15,492. Call 1-800-598-5593

1340 KIA

‘04 Honda CRV 4WD LX, 59,300 miles. $11,900. 918-481-1686

‘91 Civic 4 dr, 61K miles, $4950. Call 918-728-1787

Leather, roof, low miles, only one left, Just $16,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘10 Fusion SE, Silver, low miles, extra clean, must see, only $14,977. ‘08 Mustang GT Premium, Gray, leather, chromes, 25K mi., $22,977.

‘05 Accord EXL, leather, XM radio, all options, always garaged, exceptional condition. $12,900. 918-872-7133 or 918-361-3269

5 speed, 34,000 miles, 4 year unlimited mi. warranty inc., $15,555. 15309 S. Memorial Dr., 918-366-4500

‘10 Focus SLE

‘10 Ford Focus SES, $15,978. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1311 Isuzu Pickups/Vans/4x4

‘09 F150 Crew 4x4 Lariat, $26,494. #T9KC17325. Call 918-770-0350

‘08 Escape XLT Hybrid 4x4, roof, leather, $13,994. 918-445-2700

‘11 Focus SES

1270 Honda

‘07 GMC Yukon SLT, 4x4, NAV, leather, sun roof, non smoker, 93K miles with ex warranty, white with tan. bizmgr55@hotmail.com or 918-633-4134. $23,950.

2008 H3 Alpha, 4WD, 4dr, full wnty thru 2014, 35K mi, all the bling, rearview cam & nav. $25,000 (trade value). 918-694-0183

1290 Hyundai ‘07 F-350 Crew Cab flatbed dually. V-10, air, auto, gooseneck & regular hitch, $18,750. 918-543-3890 or 918-231-7386

LIKE NEW, Only $18,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘10 Wrangler 4x4’s (6) hard & soft tops, Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘09 Wrangler X, 26K miles, 4x4, A/C, extra clean & nice, $19,000. ‘06 Commander 4x4, only $14,850. ‘05 Liberty Sport 4x4, 55K miles, extra clean, must see only $11,500.

'04 Discovery SE7 4X4, gold w/ tan leather, all power, dual roofs,102k, very clean $9500 918-314-6759

1360 Lexus

‘07 Ranger Super Cab 4x4, local trade, Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘07 GMC Blackwood, 8-passenger, very nice, $15,400. 918-520-2688 ‘07 Yukon XL LTZ, roof, quad seating, DVD, $20,994. 918-445-2700 ‘07 Taurus SEL Extra clean Cond 105K mi. Leather - Sports Package Cash Price $7,995 Peter @ 918.299.5722

‘06 Fusion

52K miles, garaged, $10,500 Call 918-355-2257

‘04 Yukon XL, leather, 4WD, 88K miles, $14,950. 918-697-1624. ‘06 E150 Ford Van, auto, cold air, good engine & Trans, dependable, luxury passenger or cargo van, Hwy mi., $4,495 obo 918-697-8226

‘00 Sierra Z71 Ext. Cab 4x4, $6588. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

37K mi, 1 owner, loaded, excellent inside and out. Call 918-605-1400 ‘05 Mustang Conv., auto, 28K mi.! Only $14,992. Call 1-800-598-5593 ‘04 Mustang GT, leather, custom wheels, clean, $10,994. 918-445-2700

EXPLORER 4 dr, leather, loaded, $7950. 918-834-0100, 918-895-8700 ‘05 F150 4x4 Super Cab, 5.4L, all power, XLT, $13,900. 918-445-2700 ‘04 F250 4x4 Crew Cab FX4 diesel, all power, XLT. $9800. 918-445-2700 ‘04 King Ranch 4x4 Super Duty Crew Cab, $13,500. 918-445-2700 ‘03 F150 FX4 Off Road Lariat, good rubber, $10,991. 918-361-6859

‘03 Taurus SES, leather, sun roof, 50K mi. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘01 Mustang GT Conv., leather, $6594. Call 918-770-0350

‘01 F250 4x4 Super Cab, 7.3 liter diesel, auto, all power, very clean, $11,900. 918-445-2700

‘07 Wrangler 4WD Sahara $23,478. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘86 GMC 1 ton. New alternator, brakes, tires balanced, motor & trans. all changed, roll up rear door, low floor $4295. 918-355-6188 ‘54 GMC 1 ton, straight 6 flat dump bed, ‘82 GMC 2 ton, flat dump bed, ‘81 Ford, 2 ton flat bed w/winch, ‘98 Lincoln Towncar, make offer! Cash only! 602-481-4274, 918-592-1933

1260 Handicap Vehicles ‘98 Ford E 150 Regency Conv Van, Handicap equip w/hydr folding lift gate, sm. Oxygen tank hldr, swivel Capt chair, couch bed, Leath, $12,500. 918-857-6699 or 918-419-2548

‘10 Honda Insight EX, $18,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘09 CIVIC EX

22,000 miles, 4 year unlimited mile warranty included, $18,099. 15309 S. Memorial Dr., 918-366-4500 ‘09 Civic Coupe EX, NAVI, $18,478. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘08 Accord

‘07 Entourage Ltd., DVD, leather, very nice, $13,988. 918-622-4175

Jackie Cooper Imports Tulsa’s Only Certified Infiniti Dealer

‘06 Commander 4x4, 65K mi, Dk blue ext/Cloth int, tinted, alarm w/remote start. CD player/aux mp3 input. 3rd row AC. Great vehicle! $13,500 Call 918-200-6530 or 918-402-0819 ‘06 Wrangler Sport, black, 4x4 $18,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

INCOMING UNITS:

3 - 2011 QX56 AWD, Deluxe Touring Models. 2 - 2011 FX35 AWD, NAV. 1 - 2010 EX35 w/NAV. All very clean & hard loaded!!

‘07 GS350, Like New, fully loaded, NAV, SAT, 18,600 mi, $35,800 918-481-6348 ‘06 GX470, Silver, all options, 80K miles, clean, MUST SEE. $23,977.

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘08 M35

Black, 42K miles, Certified

Only $26,000.

‘07 - ‘11 All Certified Models

1.99% APR

up to 36 mos. WAC or

2.90% APR

up to 60 mos. WAC *Runs thru 10/31/11

9393 S. Memorial 888-703-7112

‘08 Civic Hybrid, wow!! #H116481.

‘05 Liberty Sport 4x4, auto,P/W, P/L, CD, alloy wheels, A/C, cloth, 83K miles. $10,950. 918-645-1768 ‘03 Liberty, auto, Sport, $7950. Call 918-697-1624. ‘99 Grand Cherokee Ltd Ed, black, w/ leather, fully loaded, runs great, good condition, $4500, 918-447-0411 or 918-605-7571 ‘95 Wrangler, 4x4 oversized newer tires, soft top, remote start, alarm system, touch screen CD player, DVD player, 118,000 original miles $4,500. Call Chris 918-618-3914

$16,988. 918-622-4175

‘88 Grand Wagoneer

1 owner, 66K miles, $4000. 918-607-6074 99 F-350 Powerstroke 7.3L 6 speed. Cab & chassis, 245K mi. CD player $3200. 918-582-1810 ‘99 Ranger, XLT, ext cab, 4x4. V6, Standard. 5 speed, new brakes, good tires. Nice truck. $5000 obo. 918-636-0063

‘08 Certified Infiniti G35 Journey loaded including tech package. Slate Blue w/ Black interior 49k miles $23K OBO 918-850-6926

‘08 Pilot, V6, EX, 4WD, $22,450. 918-728-1787

‘93 Bronco XLT 4x4, 5.8L V8, 165K miles made famous by “the Juice” runs great, $5500, 918-645-1768

1250 GMC Pickups/Vans/4x4 ‘ 1 0 A c a d i a S L T 2 A W D , White, NAV, DVD, 15K mi., very clean. ‘09 Sierra SLT Z71 Crew Cab, black, 4x4, extra nice, 43K miles. ‘07 Yukon Denali, black, AWD, NAV, DVD, must see, only $29,000. ‘71 Ford F100 Sport Custom, 47k, very nice. Not started in 7 yrs. All original paper work. $3,795 OBO 918-200-9753

1231 Ford Pickups/Vans/4x4

‘10 Acadia SLT AWD, Red, leather, loaded w/low miles, must see. ‘08 Sierra Z71 Crew Cab 4WD, Black, only 38K miles, super clean ‘04 Canyon SLE Crew Cab, White, tint, only 80K miles, nice, $12,977.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘09 Crew Cab 3500 Dually 4x4, work horse, $23,994. 918-445-2700

‘07 Accord EX, Silver, roof, leather, only 60K mi., only $15,477. ‘06 Accord EX-L, Taupe, leather, roof, 80K miles, very nice, $14,477.

‘09 Sierra Crew Cab, 5.3 V8, 20” chrome wheels, black, 1 owner, 21K mi., #74968A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘10 Explorer Eddie Bauer 4x4, low miles, MUST SEE, only $26,477. ‘09 Escape XLT 4WD, Black, only 30K miles, must see, only $20,977.

'09 Yukon SLT 4x4, local new car trade, DVD, moon roof, has it all, $29,950. Miller GMC 918-828-7940

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘08 SLE Crew Cab

‘10 Ford Edge Limited, $25,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1500, excellent cond., sale priced only $19,950. Call 918-756-1582

‘04 ES350, white, chrome wheels, clean, $10,991. 918-361-6859 ‘03 LS 430, 4.3 V8, Auto, Pearl white & tan, Nav system, all options. Have to see to believe! $16,500. 918-951-3963 918-764-9716 ‘97 LS400, luxury car, gray w/gray interior, leather, sunroof, auto, excellent condition, 197,000 mi. Reduced! $5,350. 417-434-7591

‘08 QX56 AWD, Pearl White/Tan, all options, like new, only $31,977. ‘08 G35X AWD, Premium, Black/ Black, only 40K miles, extra clean ‘08 G35X AWD, Premium, White/ tan, only 30K miles, extra nice.

‘11 Sorento, V6, 3rd row, 100,000 mi. warranty, $19,950. 918-230-0790. ‘11 Sportage, 100,000 mi. warranty, AWD, $21,950. 918-230-0790.

‘10 Forte EX

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

2 to choose, auto, all power, 1722K miles. Lifetime warranty. Your choice $14,500. 918-622-3160

‘04 M45 Sdn, local trade clean luxury car. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘10 Optima LX, auto, 100K mi. warranty, $13,950. 918-607-7303

‘07 CR-V EX-L, NAV, $17,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘07 Honda Civic Hybrid, $16,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘07 Odyssey EX-L, NAV, DVD, 3rd row, only 57K miles, extra clean. ‘07 CRV EX-L AWD, leather, roof, silver, 52K miles, ONLY $20,991.

‘07 Odyssey EX-L, black, loaded, back of book $18,988. 918-622-4175

‘07 Pilot EX-L, Certified, $18,478. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘06 Accord EXL, 43,000 miles, Leather, 1 owner. $14,800. 918-477-7325 or 918-313-4707

AUCTION Nov. 6th, 2007 Ford F150 Pickup 71,990 miles, Details at web site BidLoud.com 918/639-7653

‘10 Escapes, cloth, loaded, 6 to choose Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

'04 ES330, leather, dual power heated seats, CD, moon roof, cast wheels, like new in & out, Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7940

‘11 Sorento, warranty, Convenience pkg. $19,950. 918-361-9013

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘06 Honda Ridgeline RTL, $18,578. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘10 EDGES, SE, fully loaded, 10 to choose from, $19,991, 6 yr, 100K warranty, Certified, 918-445-2700

‘06 IS250-AWD Black w/tinted windows, tan leather.Heated/Cooled Power Seats, moon roof $20,750. obo. 918-520-4913

1340 KIA

‘08 Honda Accord EX-L, 47k miles, leather, moonroof, automatic, alloy wheels, cd player, very clean, factory warranty, and its only $17,350. Call 918-991-0613

‘94 Red Mustang Cobra Convertible, official Indy 500 pace car, 204/1000, tan leather, all orig., 48,500 mi., exc cond. 918-273-0837

‘08 ES350

43K miles, in showroom, 4 yr unlimited mi. warranty inc., $26,320. 15309 S. Memorial Dr., 918-366-4500

1300 Infinity

42K miles, $15,500 918-355-2257

‘00 Mustang GT, 5 Sp, 4.6L (grabber orange/black)customized exhaust, leath int, stereo w/remote control, great & fun to drive. $7,500. 918-836-8157. 5745 E Admiral

Awesome, ‘02 Lexus SC430, Beautiful silver hardtop convertible with black leather interior and wood grain accents. Fully loaded navigation system, Bose stereo system, 6-disc cd player, heated seats, custom wheels and much more! Excellent condition. Never wrecked, Nonsmoker, 89K miles, $17,000 918-453-0007

‘08 RX350 AWD, maroon, 44K mi. ‘06 GS300 AWD, pearl white, NAV, 34,000 miles, excellent condition. ‘04 GX470 AWD, DVD, 3rd row, must see to appreciate only $19,750 ‘03 GX470 AWD, 3rd row, $15,500.

Tiburon, V6, GT, loaded, $15,488, #8501320. 918-622-4175

‘10 Civic LX, “Certified”, $17,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘01 Explorer Sport, 2 door, 4WD, white, runs good, extra set of wheels, all power, 126,000 miles, $3,400. 918-951-5784

‘08 Wrangler, red color, 23,000 miles, all power, cruise, automatic, after market wheels & tires, never off roaded, hard top, garage kept, $20,900. 918-636-4374

‘ 08

1270 Honda

‘03 Crown Vic Interceptor 98K mi, auto, A/C, 4.6 ltr V8, runs & looks great. GY Eagle tires. $4500. Consider cash + trade. 918-313-1458

‘10 Hyundai Elantra GLS, $13,678. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘08 Sonata 4dr, white, 58K mi. Loaded, all power, excellent condition. $10,000. 918-625-1536

‘06 F-150, 4x2, Supercrew Lariat, 5.4 L V-8. Exterior Smokestone, Two Tone Lower, TanLeather, 106k mi $16,000. 918-734-8616

‘05 Five Hundred SEL,

‘10 Genesis Cpe. 3.8L V6, leather, roof. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘08 Sonata, leather, roof, wheels. $13,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

‘06 Escape FWD XLS 4 dr, clean, $7992. 918-445-2700

‘05 Eddie Bauer

AUCTION Nov. 6th, 2010 Hyundai Sonata 16,560 miles, Details at web site BidLoud.com 918/639-7653

On October 31st, Look for special classified HalloWin ads in the classifieds section of the Tulsa World to correctly answer all 10 of the Trivia Questions regarding things you may need or find while visiting Hogwarts and you could

WIN a trip for 2 to Orlando, Florida*

‘06 Honda CR-V LX, burgundy, 2-WD, 98K mi, rebuilt title, runs & drives like new. $8995. 1531 S. Harvard Tulsa, 918-671-2474

Home of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ *Travel Voucher valued at $1,000 and $500 spending cash.

‘06 Honda Accord LX, $12,678. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘05 CRV EX 4WD, 4 cyl, 66K miles, $14,950. 918-527-9823

To subscribe, call 918-582-0921.

'95 ES300 Auto, Tan, Power seats, windows & doors. 234K mi. This was a Lexus Certified vehicle. Sold as is, where is and with all faults. Stylish Lexus look, feel & drive for only, $3999. Call 918-492-0046. You will love it.


Saturday, October 29, 2011

1360 Lexus

1390 Mercedes

‘01 LS430, 87K mi., roof, leather, NAV, low low miles, 918-445-2700

1440 Nissan ‘10 Versas, 10 in stock starting at $9900. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

1530 Saturn ‘09 Aura XE, 38Kmiles, auto, roof, must see to appreciate only $14,000 ‘08 Outlook XR FWD, gray, $20,000

1370 Lincoln ‘ 0 9 M K S A W D , NAV, Ultimate package, extra clean, only $23,000. ‘07 TOWN CAR LIMITED Signature, leather, roof, only $14,500.

‘07 Saturn Sky Convertible, $18,978 JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. '07 Vue XR, leather, roof, cast wheels, sharp in & out, first come, $9950. Miller GMC 918-828-7940

‘07 MKZ, roof, leather, very clean, $14,991. 918-445-2700 ‘04 Navigator 4x4, 90K mi., roof, $13,688 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

‘09 Maxima, excellent condition, 20k miles, leather, all power, navigation, CD, sunroof. 290 hp V6. Never smoked in. $24,900. 918-449-1674 or bmurdoch1@cox.net

‘03 LS, V8, maroon, loaded with options, $9991. 918-361-6859 ‘04 CL 500, 2dr, Nav., heated & AC seats, fully loaded, 77K mi. Books & Records, Immaculate, $17,900, 918-260-7144

‘09 Nissan Altima SL, $19,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘09 Nissan Altima Coupe, $17,678. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1537 Smart ‘11 Passion Coupe, 900 miles, red. ‘09 Passion Cab, silver, 14K miles. ‘09 Passion Coupe, 28K miles, silver, clean, must see, only $12,500. ‘08 Pure Coupe, 16K miles, yellow, must see to appreciate only $11,500 ‘08 Passion Cab white, only $11,991

'08 Altima SL, leather, moon roof, all power options, $16,450. Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7941 ‘82 Continental, V8, runs good, CD player, new battery, auto, good tires, $1500. 918-682-7610 day. Night 918-687-8264.

‘10 Mazda 3 I Sport

33K miles, black, $13,823. Lifetime Warranty! 918-622-3160 ‘08 CX9 Sport, 48K miles, 3rd row, $20,950. 918-527-9823

‘08 Altima, cloth, loaded, 78K mi. $13,950. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘07 Nissan Maxima SE, $15,784. Call 918-770-0350 ‘00 E 430, 4 door, fully loaded, 115,000 miles, black exterior, gray interior, 6 disc CD Changer, good condition, sunroof, sport package, $6,900. 918-282-7594

1400 Mercury

‘ 08 CX9, 3rd seat, priced to sell,

#8500742, $17,988. 918-622-4175

‘04 Altima S, red in color, nice car, $8991. 918-361-6859

‘03 Nissian Altima

$8,995 Blk/Gray 60k miles, 918-640-9614

CLASSIFIED 7

1580 Volvo

‘09 Highlander Limited, NAV, 3rd row seating, white, extra clean. ‘06 Tundra SR5, V8, Double Cab, 4x4, extra clean & nice only $13,000 ‘06 Tacoma SR5 Pre Runner Crew Cab with fiberglass camper shell, very clean, must see, only $16,000.

1441 Nissan Pickups/Vans/4x4 '10 Pathfinder SE V6, 1 owner new car trade,only 16K miles,like new in & out, compare $22,950. Marc Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7941

‘07 RX8 Blue, clean, 50k mi $14,977

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘06 Miata Grand Touring, auto, Bose, clean, $12,992. 1-800-598-5593 ‘09 Grand Marquis LS, 29K mi, White, tan leather, under factory warranty, $15,5000 918-640-9591 or 918-710-4127

‘08 Highlander, V6, Certified, $22,393. 918-770-0350 ‘08 Tacoma Double Cab, $19,594. #P8M061988. Call 918-770-0350 ‘07 Highlander, excellent condition, 82k, new tires, gray, second owner, extended warranty. $14,900, Must Sell!! 918-519-2978 ‘07 Rav 4 Limited, 4WD, roof, $17,950. 918-728-1787

‘09 Murano LE AWD, red, $28,000. ‘09 Murano S, silver, only $20,000. ‘08 Armada LE 4x4, black, 42K mi., DVD, NAV, EXTRA CLEAN! ‘07 Xterra S, black, only $15,000.

‘08 Volvo C30 Version 1, Turbo, 36K mi., still under warranty, Maintenance done at Volvo dealer, newer tires, fun to drive, no problems. Need to upgrade to 4-door car because of growing family. $17,500 obo. Call Lara 918-906-8269

1800-1930 Recreational Vehicles 1800 ATV’s

‘09 Smart Car

Auto, panoramic roof, 41 MPG, 20K miles. $11,500. Lifetime Warranty. 918-622-3160 ‘09 Smart Car, won’t last, cloth, loaded. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘07 Toyota FJ Cruiser, blue & white, 67K miles, like new, 2WD, $19,850. 918-671-2474

1535 Scion ‘09 Scion XB, auto, Certified, #T91076609, $15,994. 918-770-0350

‘11 Honda TRX 250-TBM Recon, 10 hrs, transferrable Extended Warranty, new camo helmet, racks & more extras. For medical reasons selling for $4000. 918-295-4973 ‘86 Honda 350X, one owner, w/ many like new extras. $800 405-834-3026

‘09 TC, Black, spoiler, tint, low mi.

‘11 Rogue SL, NAV, leather, 3700 miles, $26,950. 918-906-5328

‘08 Mazda CX-9 Touring, $18,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

1381 Mazda Pickups/Vans/4x4

n

‘08 Outlook XR AWD, $19,878. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘08 E350 Sport, black int & ext., sunroof, CD, navigation, 23,198 mi, warranty until 5/25/13, 918-740-3241

1380 Mazda

1561 Toyota Pickups/Vans/4x4

n

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

1810 Aviation / Service

1540 Subaru ‘09 Forester AWD, like new, low mi., very clean, must see $17,977.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘08 Outback AWD, leather, $14,950. 918-697-1624.

1550 Suzuki

‘06 4 Runner SR-5, 4x4, black, leather, sunroof, all power, 41K mi, 1 owner, ex cond, all maint records, $19,995. 918-691-2708 ‘06 Toyota Highlander, V6, $13,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘98 C182S, 716 SNEW, always hangared, NDH, XM Weather, IFR, $175,000 Call Eddie Reynolds 918-231-3232 Hangar for rent, Riverside Airport. $250 mo. 918-760-6611

‘08 Nissan Armada LE, $27,878. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘05 Frontier Crew Nismo, black/ gray, clean, $12,992. 1-800-598-5593 ‘10 CX9, silver, ebony int., alloys, only 23K mi. #98151A. 1-800-339-0851 randybowenchevrolet.com

‘04 Grand Marquis, 66K, excellent. $8,500. 918-381-8251

‘03 Pathfinder LE, V6, leather, 4x4, roof, $7500. 918-445-2700r

1460 Other Imports

1390 Mercedes

‘08 SX4, 4 dr, hatchback, auto, loaded, 53K miles, 1 owner, selectable AWD, nice, $10,995. 918-491-9929

1560 Toyota ‘11 Camry LE’s, under 10K mi. Certified, $19,482. 918-770-0350

Jackie Cooper Imports Tulsa’s Only Certified Mercedes Dealer

HUGE ML SALE Over 30 Vehicles to Choose From

‘02 Grand Marquis LS, silver, leather, excellent condition, 152k miles, $4950. 918-671-2474 ‘95 Mercury Cougar, XR7. Bostonian, 27K mi. Half landau, Showroom Cond., always garaged, $5500. 918-835-8335

‘08 Mini Cooper S, only $20,888. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

‘08 Mini Cooper Clubman, $19,494. #P8TP70831. Call 918-770-0350

‘08-’09 E, CLK, SLK, CLS, M & GL APR as low as 1.99% *

*All W.A.C. Thru 10/31/11

‘10 Prius

'09 VIBE GT, 1 owner, Senior Citizen trade, cast wheels, leather, only 29K miles, needed nothing, Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7942

* Ask about the new Certified warranty up to 135,000 miles ‘06 Blue, 64K mi. 5 spd. auto. Dual sun/moon roof, CD/ipod connect. Muskogee. $17,995 Call 918-686-5560

1430 Mitsubishi ‘09 Lancer ES gray, 31k mi $14,000

‘08 G6’s (2), auto, power, chrome wheels, $13,794. 1-800-598-5593

‘08 C350 Sport, 66K mi, one owner, non-smoker, well maintained, P/W, P/H seats, panorama sunroof, Bi-Xenon lights, bluetooth, $24,600 obo Must see! 918-949-7707 ‘05 AMG CLK 55 Red, low miles, must sell, very clean, custom 20 inch wheels, new tires, tinted windows. $24,500 918-272-3531 or 918-859-8100 ‘05 E320, lether, roof, #T5A710444, $14,594. Call 918-770-0350

‘08 Solstice Conv., leather, auto, low miles, $15,994. 918-445-2700

‘09 Corolla, nice vehicle, gas saver, #8500560, $13,988. 918-622-4175

‘07 G6, auto., 53K miles, power, cruise, $10,991. 1-800-598-5593

‘09 Corolla LE, 4 door, $14,988. Suburban Chevy 888-416-0097

77K mi., P/W, P/L, nice car, Lifetime Warranty! 918-622-3160

Broken Arrow’s Certified Nissan Dealer

‘04 Land Cruiser, NAV, loaded, $22,995. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘03 Tacoma Double Cab, V6, $11,994. Call 918-770-0350 ‘02 Rav-4 Limited, 113K miles, tint, $9991. 918-361-6859 ‘71 Cessna Aerobat 150TT-6136, 592SMOH, New carpet/seats, Great Airplane, Fresh Annual. Hangar Stillwater. $20,900. 405-742-8823 cell

‘ 09 Prius Hybrid, priced to sell,

#H116001. $18,495. 918-622-4175

‘08 Matrix Wagon 5 Dr XR

‘00 4Runner, 2wd, 4 cyl, auto, power, cruise, tilt, new tires & breaks, step & push bar, cold air intake, A/C, Ipod ready, good mpg, 96.5k mi, good cond, $9650. 918-251-0073

Over 50 Certified Pre-Owned Nissans to choose from

Sentras, Maximas, Cubes, Pathfinders, Versas, Rogues, Frontiers, Armadas, Altimas, Muranos, Titans

‘07 Camry XLE, V6, leather, roof, loaded, only 35,000 miles, CLEAN

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212 ‘06 Solstice Convertible. Black on black. Leather seats. Fully loaded Low mileage. 5 spd. $14,000. 918-747-4541 ‘05 Montana SV6 AWD, White, leather, loaded, very clean $10,977.

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘10 Altima 2.5 S Coupe, auto, $16,993. 918-770-0350 ‘10 Altimas, 12 to choose, cloth, loaded. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076 ‘10 Maxima 3.5 SV, Gray, 27K mi., MUST see to appreciate, $26,750. ‘09 Maxima 3.5 SV, black, 16K miles, loaded, extra clean & nice. ‘09 Altima 2.5 SL, white, leather, roof, 31K miles, nice, only $19,500. ‘09 Versa S Hatchback, white, 16K mi, really nice, clean only $11,750. ‘09 Maxima SV, black, 28K miles, leather, roof, EX. COND. $25,500. ‘09 Maxima SV, gray, 36K miles, roof, leather, must see only $24,000 ‘07 Altima 2.5 S, very nice $13,000. ‘06 Altima 2.5 S white, only $10,500 ‘04 350Z Touring Conv., black, 63K mi, auto, leather, SPORTY $16,000

‘10 Panamera S, white, 21K mi., Certified, NAV, only $88,500. ‘10 Panamera S, silver, 22K miles, only $85,000. ‘08 Cayman S, cobalt blue, 18K mi., 1 owner ‘08 Cayenne, V6, NAV, Certified, 41K miles, only $37,000. ‘08 Cayenne, V6, meteor gray, very clean, only $30,500. ‘07 911 GT3, white, Certified, 17K mi., ceramic brakes, $85,500. ‘07 Boxster, meteor gray, 28K miles, 5 spd.,only $32,250. ‘06 Cayenne S, Titanium Edition, 43K miles, very clean ‘04 911 C4S Coupe, 6 spd., 32K miles, very clean. ‘02 911 Targa, 6 spd., 63K miles ‘00 Boxster S, silver, 70K miles, 6 spd, only $14,750.

Kymco, 102 miles, silver, 75 to 90 mpg, $2,000, 918-231-9630 ‘91 Toyota Landcruiser AWD, 3rd row seating, p/sun roof, fully loaded, auto, $4900. 918-630-6000 ‘06 Sequoia Limited, Leather, Sunroof, Dual Rear DVD, Multi-disk CD, 3rd row seating, alloy,tow pkg, 1 owner - 123K, $14,750 obo Looking to sell quickly.918-630-4548 ‘05 Prius Hybrid, leather, $11,584. Call 918-770-0350 ‘04 Avalon XLS, 33K mi., leather, $15,988 Suburban Chev 888-416-0097

1570 Volkswagen ‘10 Jetta 2.5 SE, leather, roof, auto, 24K miles, very nice & clean. ‘08 Beetle SE Convertible, white with 36,000 miles, ONLY $17,750. ‘02 Jetta GLS TDI, silver, auto., nice, must see to appreciate $7650. ‘00 Beetle GLS TDI, yellow, $6000.

‘07 Yahama Majesty, 400CC, 1100 mi, excellent condition. $4,200. 405-747-9011

‘02 Avalon XLS, roof, leather, $8450. 918-607-7303 ’98 Camry LE, 4 cyl, auto power everything, sunroof, loaded, AC, cold air, well maintained, very nice. $3,250 obo 918-851-4340

1561 Toyota Pickups/Vans/4x4 ‘11 Tundra Double Cab, only 8k mi #PBX022056, $23,994. 918-770-0350

‘09 Jetta Sedan SEL

36K mi., leather, P/W, P/L, tilt, CD, p/sun roof. Lifetime Warranty. #1936A. $14,500. 918-622-3160 ‘06

Jetta DTI turbo diesel, roof, leather, $13,488. 918-622-4175

'06 Vento Zipr 3i, Turbocam, 49.8 cc, fully loaded, 50 mpg+. 60 actual miles. candy apple red & black, $1,195. 918-743-3199, SWEET DEAL! 918-260-0042

1860 Motorcycles

‘10 Red Toyota Tundra, 4x4, Doublecab. 19,000 miles, in excellent condition. 1 Owner, 4.6 L V8. $26,800. Located North of Bartlesville. Call 620-306-1161

‘10 Versa, auto, power, like new, $11,492. 1-800-598-5593

‘10 VERSA 5 DR.

Camry LE, loaded, leather, roof, #120091, $11,988. 918-622-4175

9393 S. Memorial 1-888-703-7112

‘10 Sentras, 10 in stock starting at $12,900. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

Under 34K mi., 4 yr unlimited mi. warranty inc. 2 @ this price $15,215 15309 S. Memorial Dr., 918-366-4500

‘97 RAV-4, 2WD, auto., like new, great tires, nice cold A/C, black, 185K miles, $4300, call 918-284-7555.

‘ 06

1490 Porsche

Tulsa’s Only Porsche Dealer

918-259-7212

‘07 Toyota Corolla CE, $8278. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘41 Stearman Biplane 4445TT always hangered, never a sprayer. 220 cont Mccally prop. Equip to pull banner. Spare 220 engine, all banner equip & plane w/fresh annual. $75K obo Call for details 918-367-5542

1855 Mopeds/Scooters

‘04 Grand Am GTP, leather, roof, $4995. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

Jackie Cooper Imports 800 W. Queens, Broken Arrow

'07 Camry LE, leather, all power options, new car trade, cheap, Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7940

‘04 Grand AM GT, Ram air, V6, power cruise, new tires, Monsoon CD/MP3/Radio. $5,500 918-678-2210

• Rates as low as 1.99%

'82 240D. Same look as 300D. Red, Classic, Tan Leather, 183K mi. Very stylish looking Diesel auto., garage pampered, locally Tulsa owned car. Service records available. needs some repairs. Saves on gas, $2399 SP, AS IS/WHERE IS. Call 918-492-0046.

‘09 Camry LE, 19K miles, gray, must see to appreciate only $16,000 ‘09 Corolla S, white, only $13,000. ‘07 Avalon Limited, silver, leather, roof, extra clean, ONLY $19,500. ‘06 Avalon XL, white, leather, auto, extra clean, must see, $13,500. ‘05 Avalon XLS, Loaded, silver, excellent condition, only $16,000.

‘05 RAV4, Auto, FWD, black, gray int, 79,500 mi., good condition, $12,200, 918-633-8628

‘08 Solara, leather, roof, certified, $16,994. Call 918-770-0350

• 84 month/100,000 Mile Limited Warranty • 24 Hour Roadside Assistance • Trip Interruption Coverage • Vehicle History Report • Car Rental Re-imbursement

‘02 Mercedes S-500 w/ Sport Pkg; AMG chrome wheels; gps; 6-cd; wood steering; Black on black; 80k mls; New tires; records; Well maintained. Ext warranty to Dec; $14,500 918-629-2931

36K miles, P/W, P/L, CD, Lifetime Warranty! $20,995. 918-622-3160

Sun roof, P/W, P/L, 86K mi. Lifetime Warranty! $10,999. Call 918-622-3160

All Certified Nissan Pre-Owned vehicles come with:

‘02 Silver Arrow SL500 Collectors Ed. in excellent condition. 59k mi. RARE includes Special wheels, AMG Front End, emblems & interior all exclusive to the Silver Arrow model. Soft top & hard top in excellent cond, $17,995. 918-519-1801

1973 Grumman AA1-B TTAF 1450, STOH 250. COM, Xtpndr, Garmin 295. Fresh paint , clean interior, speed kit, $21,000. 918-245-2500 918-557-5291

‘08 Pontiac Grand Prix, $12,978. JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136.

‘07 Grand Prix $9999.

1440 Nissan

‘10 Corolla S, white, 34600 mi, auto, 4 dr. 4 cyl, non-smk, new tires/mats all pwr, A/C, alloy wheels, $15,990. 918-813-7118

‘10 Corollas, 10 in stock starting at $10,900. Classic Chevy 877-354-4076

‘09 G8, red, ebony cloth, alloys, spoiler, #13744A. 1-800-339-0851. randybowenchevrolet.com

Hangar-Wagoner, OK, 44’x40’ steel, office, shower, bathroom, C HA, carport w/roll-up door, hydrolic hangar door. $59,900. 918-640-7817

'05 Highlander, V6, auto, p/seat, P/W, P/L, 3rd seat, DVD, GM dealer priced, Miller Buick GMC 918-828-7943

‘10 Corolla LE, auto, power, 13K mi., cruise, $14,492. 1-800-598-5593

‘07 Mini Cooper S, leather, loaded, red, 918-728-1787

‘08-’09 C- Class 1.9% APR up to 66 mos

9393 S. Memorial 888-703-7112

1480 Pontiac

1410 Mini Cooper

2 GL’s, 1 GLK, 5 M’s, 1 R350, 4 C’s, 1 CL, 2 CLS’s, 8 E’s (including 1 ‘11 E550 Cab), 3 S’s, 2 SLK’s ‘08 C300 Silver, 20K miles, Certified. Only $27,750.

‘05 Ferrari F-430, F1 tranny, paddle shifter, 4.3L V8, 490 hp, red cpe, 2800 mi. New $220K. Reduced $147,000, 918-697-3429 Hamid

'06 Tundra Double Cab SR5, Darrell Waltrip Edit., 4.7L, DOHC, V8, 2 WD, 56K mi, Blue, great Cond, chrome running boards, Line-X bedliner, CD, alarm. $16,900 918-607-4731

‘03 Porsche Boxster S Convertible, 3.2L 6 Cyl Eng, 6 Sp Man Trans, Lapis Blue (all), 42K mi, sport pkg & 18" Carrera whls. $22,800. 918-629-9055

‘10 Toyota Sienna LE, $20,678. Call JOE MARINA USED 918-491-0136. ‘07 4Runner SR5, Charcoal, only 70K miles, like new, must see!!

NELSON NISSAN 918-259-7212

‘68 Bug, new sound, 1600 dual port, 2 batteries, converted to 12 volt, new tires, custom door panels, $3800 918-899-3058

1580 Volvo ‘06 XC90, V8, AWD, only $15,000.

‘09 Harley Sportster XL1200C, flawless, 2,400 Mi, Stg 1 kit w/V&H pipes, lots of extras, must see! $7500. 918-520-5272 ‘09 Honda Goldwing, candy black cherry, heated seats & grips, 10k miles, mint condition, $17,500 918-272-5588


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1860 Motorcycles

1860 Motorcycles

1880 Motor Homes

1880 Motor Homes

1890 Recreational Vehicles

‘97 Coachman Catalina 58K mi., Class C, Ready to go, generator, good tires, $12,995. 918-832-0606

1890 Recreational Vehicles ‘07 Select Suites, 37’, 5th wheel, 3 slides, ultimate 4 Seasons, nice. NADA Value, $45,300. Selling at WHOLE SALE $34,995. 918-408-8076

1925 Utility Trailers ‘08 Harley Davidson XL 883, black, 4,359 mi., exc cond, garage kept $5,000 Call 918-445-9878/918-381-8005

‘04 Honda CBR 600 RR, 17,707 miles, fast, black w/ rear exhaust, $3,500 obo. 918-744-5251 ‘04 Suzuki GZ 250. 80mpg, kept in garage, 1100 mi. excellent condition. $1,500. 918-490-2728 ‘04 Suzuki GSX-R600, garage kept, mint cond, low mi, black bubble shield, Yoshimura Trs exhaust. $3,000. 918-706-1776

‘08 HD FXDF Fat Bob. Garage kept, like new, many extras, black, 16K mi. $11,900. 918-798-2596

‘08 Triumph Rocket 111, 2300 CC, Showroom, Maroon, 10K mile maint, lots of extras, must see, 918-895-1004.

‘08 Victory Vision Street Premium. Exc. Cond. CB, Backrest, Highway pegs, cup holder. 11,900 mi. $12,300. 918-352-3811

‘08 Yamaha Roadstar. Silverado, Cobalt Blue, Ext. warranty, 8,900 mi., $8,500 obo 918-254-9725 918-261-2857

‘07 Suzuki 1800cc M109R Cruiser, $7,700, white, great condition, shaft drive, liquid cooled, 1 owner, garage kept, all service documents by local Suzuki dealer, extended warranty until June 2013, 764 lb, 16,500 miles, 918-607-6385

‘03 CRF450R. Never raced, runs great w/ good rubber, well maintained. Ready to ride. $1750. Call 918.346.9323

‘03 Harley Ultra Classic, 9506mi K, exc cond!, inc saddlebags, cruise, lots of extras, $12,995. 918-640-9614.

‘03 Harley Davidson, Dyna Lowrider, 100 yr. anny. black, 29k mi., ws, forward controls, excellent. cond., suitable for short & tall riders $8000. 918-344-9896

‘02 1500 Suzuki Intruder L.C. Low mileage, saddlebags, back rest, wind shield, 918-583-2951. Best Offer!!

‘02 HD custom Heritage Softail. $35k invested in this Show Winner. Tons of Chrome. PM wheels, Fat Tire Kit, Nacel Headlight, Chrome Forks/Swing arm, Custom Seat. Windshield/Saddle Bags included w/ Quick Attach Kit, 2 Seats, 2 Back Rests Lots of extras. Asking $18,900 or best offer. Many pics available. 918-346-2409

'06 Holiday Rambler/Admiral, 31' 2 slides, 1 owner, Ext. warranty, workhorse, 14K mi., $69K. 918-272-3409 or 918-361-9226

‘06 Katana 750 excellent condition. black w/ candy apple red ghost flames. $2995 firm. 918-636-0277

U-Haul truck trailer, 8x24, solid wood floor, $2000. 918-740-0550 ‘05 Conquest 24” lite. Bunks, sleeps 6, great shape, good cond., MUST SELL!! $6,950. 918-406-8955 ‘98 Sierra 34’, 2 slide outs, excellent condition. Must sell, cheap! $6800 optional. 918-269-0960

‘04 Fleetwood South Wind, Class A 33’ towing pkg, less than 7k mi, like new, 2 slides, jacks, loaded, w/ many extras, $60,000 obo. Health forces sale. 918-369-2492 ‘07 Fleetwood Jamboree, 31’ Class C, non-smoker, immaculate, 11K miles, price reduced $52,000 918-342-5451

‘03 Newmar Kountry Star, V8, 37’, 2 slides, new tires, A/C & Brakes, fully loaded, excel condition Multiple extras, just ask! $50,995. 918-357-3827

‘02, 37’ Journey Deluxe Winnebago, 330 Cat Diesel, 2 slides, Satellite, tow pkg. Manuals, $68,700 918-760-8846

‘05 CRF250R Great Shape & never raced. Metal Mulisha graphics. Well maintained, $1800. 918.346.9323

1890 Recreational Vehicles

‘04 Trail Vision, bumper pull, 2 pull outs, awning, $11,500 Call 918-598-3121 or 918-557-6423 ‘08 Challenger 34' 5th wheel, 4 slides, 2 swivel rockers, double door fridge, non-smoker, excellent condition, $26,500. 918-427-1423

‘85 Chevrolet Honey completely rebuilt, & custom-built ‘88 Harley Lowrider, less than 10k mi, 918-691-4285

‘92 Pace Arrow, 32 ft, power leveling jacks, solid oak cabinet doors, lots of basement storage, 454, runs strong, 74,000 miles, patio & window awnings, super clean, sleeps 4 w/ twin beds, $11,500. 918-760-8360

‘08 Premier, 32ft, pull type, elect super slide, central air, W & D, elec & gas hot water, self contained. $15,995. 918-208-7918, 479-769-0134

‘06 Doubletree Mobilesuite, 32TK3 artic package, queen bed, 2 AC’s, Central vac, $43,000 obo. For pics Call 918-441-7681

‘04 Franklin, 45’, 2/BR, 2 Bath, d/w, ceiling fans, 3 a/c, 4 slide outs, deck avail. $11,500 obo Bargain! 918-923-6051 or 928-550-8104

‘04 Big Dog Bull Dog. 13K mi. Blk & chrome. Immaculate cond. Garage kept. Serious inq. only. $16,000 918-724-9277

‘04 BMW R1200 CLC, 6 spd trans, heated seats & grips, AM/FM CD intercom sys. cruise con., ABS brakes, 44,500 mi., 45 mi/gal. $7550. 620-779-1629

‘07 Tahoe Q4 Sport 190hp V6, 18 ft. 23 gal fuel, Trailer included. Low Usage! 918-607-7215 $16,500

‘92 Coachman, 29’, Fifth Wheel, slideout, C HA, all components worka good, clean. $5,775. 918-408-8076

‘01 Suzuki GS 250

$1395. consider trade for labor or guns. NICE. 918-948-2348 ‘98 Georgetown 31’ Motor Home, good condition, ready to go. $16,000. Call for info 918-638-1419

‘98 42 ft. Fountain Lightening, twin MerCruiser, 500 hp, bravo 1 dr., 177 hr, mint condition, loaded on lift, at Arrowhead Grand Lake. $94999, obo, Consider trades. 918-230-0067

‘07 Holiday Rambler Ambassador, 40’, 4 slides diesel, 10k mi, satellite, garage kept, non smoking $156,500. 918-520-3113

‘00 Harley-Davidson, fat boy, soft tail, 16,500 mi. lots of chrome & lots of extras. $8,500 firm. Only serious inquiries, 918-812-3712

‘07 Monaco/Knight, 38’ 4 slides, 1 owner, bldg kept, 34K mi., 8.3 cummins, $132K. Selling due to health. 918-743-3192 or 918-371-6353

‘05 Montana 36’ ft travel trailer, dual solitudes & dual doors. Clean. Not a 5th wheel. No pets/smoke. All seasons, $18,850 918-344-3719 or 342-5451

‘00 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 classic Awesome! 42,000 miles. Stored in Garage. Many extras. REDUCED $4,500 OBO. Won't last long! 918-639-5530

3 TVs, W/D, new tires, newer batteries + in this ‘03 Fleetwood Expedition. 39ft. 37K miles on cummins diesel, Allison trans, very well maintained, $79K obo. (Ft. Gibson) 253-677-8381

‘04 Montana 36’ 5th wheel, 1 owner, Exc. cond. Non-Smoker, Ext. Warranty, lots of extras. $27K obo. 918-453-0723 Pics avail.

‘59 Harley Panhead, mostly original, really good condition, call for details, $18,000 OBO. Call Jeremiah 918-939-8427

1880 Motor Homes

‘91 30’ Pace Arrow, 460 Ford, twin beds, generator, 2 A/C’s, 47200 mi, 26” flat screen w/ DVD player, hydro levelers, $10,800. 918-762-2959

‘07 Winnebago Itasca Sunrise, 35' A-V10- 3 slides, spacious, new tires, 28K mi., $85,000 obo, 918-481-8702 or 918-230-7960

$9k buys $50,000. speed boat, repo special, Lots of extras & trailer included. 918-607-7727

‘00 29’ Bayliner w/ trailer, A/C, sleeps 6, all curtains & carpet, like new condition. $29,500. 918-633-4134 ‘72 Power Cat, 16’ foot, 65 hp Evinrude motor with trailer. Good condition. $2500. 918-251-5550

‘07 Rockwood 27’ bunkhouse trailer, super slide w/ slide out awning, sleeps 8, fiberglass, metal frame, mint condition. $13,650. 918-424-1439 ‘05 Surveyor Travel Trailer, 28’ w/1 slideout w/full & queen size beds, kit, C/HA, $9,800 see in OKC 918-520-3653

‘97 Yamaha Virago, mint cond, 4K orig mi, black/gray, shaft drive, fuel inj, $2,995 obo. 918-637-4098

'09 Fleetwood Backpack 18' travel trailer, self-contained, 2822 lbs. dry, $11,400, 918-914-3917 or okbackpack@yahoo.com

‘92 Travel Supreme, Super Slide, good cond, $6850 obo. 918-266-1859 ‘09 Luxury Travel Trailer, 37’, 2 slideouts, microwave, roll out awning, washer/dryer, sleeps 6, like new, many extras. $19,000. MUST SELL. No reasonable offer refused! 918-208-8761

1994 Tracker 21’ pontoon boat w/ 60 hp Mercury motor, trailer, custom cover, kept in covered slip on boat lift. $4,700. 918-695-1118

‘08 Georgetown XL, 14K mi., 37’ V10, 5 spd, 22.5” tires, 3 big LCD TVs, kingbed, 3 zone floor plan, all leather, corian, full-body paint, auto awning & jacks, clean as new, $69,900. 918-344-3719

05' Jayco Jayflight

‘05 Polaris Victory Hammer. 250 rear tire, custom paint Powdercoated, Very nice! 50 miles/gal $8,200 low miles. 918-841-2941

‘93 50’ Gibson Sport Series Houseboat. 2 Full Bath, shower & tub, w/bar fully equipped gally with full size fridge, Lake Keystone $65,900 918-906-7016 14’ Sea Nymph, 15 horse Mercury, 25lb motor guide, Garmin fish finder #140, $1500. 918-486-8865

‘05 Jayco Eagle, 30ft, 281 RLS, rear living slide, garaged, immaculate, $16,500 918-693-2981

‘07 Holiday Rambler Savoy LX. 27’ TT, Deluxe equipped, 12’ slide, low use, new $32K, need $14K obo. 918-352-8412

05 Harley Davidson Deluxe/Softtail. Loaded! Like Brand New! Black & Chrome. 4,300 mi. $12,000 918-272-7787 or 918-639-8492

‘07 Rinker 350, Loaded END OF SEASON BLOW OUT SALE, 150 hrs, 38’ loa, white w/ black, reduced $20K. $119,500. 918-418-9501

‘89 16' Allm. Spectrum fishing boat w/ 50 h.p. Force outboard & a Motor Guide trolling motor. 2 new batteries. Excellent condition. $3,900. 918-706-0401.

‘07 RoadTrek 2500 Freightliner Mercedes, 22,000 miles, R521K Adventure, $55,000. 918-446-7417

‘06 Golfstream Cavalier & bumper pool, ”like new”, 28’ travel trailer, sleeps 8, queen, bunk beds, $5995. 918-855-3782 ‘05 Black Honda 1300. VTX 14K mi. Honda saddle bags, backrest, windshield. Garaged, $5000. 918-695-3663

2000 Carver 530 Pilothouse, price reduced from $419,000.00 to $339,000.00. Must sell. Low hours, located on Grand Lake. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, washer, dryer, remote parking controls, Cummins Diesels, all electronics, new carpet, 3 large flat screen HD TV's, Blue-Ray DVD's, bath tub, plus many more extra's. Make offer. Call (918) 625-9900

‘97 Hitchhiker 5th Wheel 32 ft, 2 slides, awning,new roof in ‘09. ex. condition 1 owner, used very little, no smoke or pets. $16,500 make offer! 918-230-8662 918-299-5155 royneva@att.net

20 ft Concession Trailer Excellent condition. Coleman roof air, fully equipped, NSF approved, $15,500. 918-245-4133 ‘05 Big Dog Ridgeback, 117 cubic inch engine, 300 rear tire, Black w/ Red ghost flames, 8400 mi., all service records available, $17,000, Call 918-407-2075

1930 Watercraft

‘85 Regal Ambassador 255 cabin cruiser, 26’ fully contained yacht class. Sleeps 6, economy 260 Merc engine, $100,000 boat for $3,700. 918-652-0901

‘06 Jayco Greyhawk, 30 ft super slide, 9500 1 owner miles, garaged, immaculate in and out, no pets, no smoke, loaded with options. Sacrifice $49,500. 918-504-7727

‘02 Newmar Dutch Star Chev Vortec Gas. 34’. Two Slides. 6.5kw gen. $37,000. Tow veh. also avail. 56K mi. 918-949-6453

Tow Dolly w/ winch & spare tire $800 918-355-2405 or 918-906-0768

AUCTION Nov. 6th, 2008 Heartland Bighorn Travel trailer, Details at web site BidLoud.com 918/639-7653 ‘10 Coachman Brook stone Model #367RL, fully loaded! lot’s of extra’s 38’+ long.4 slides, surround sound, 42” flatscreen w/ many more! Must Sell! $40,000. 918-857-7942

‘06 Georgetown, 34’, 3 slides, inmotion satellite antenna, dual AC, auto jacks, ex cond, 10K mi, $55,000. 918-232-4375

‘01 Winnebago Journey, 37', 330CAT diesel, 2 slides, execellent condition, regular maintenance, $69,995 obo. 918-639-4986

‘07 Victory King Pin, saddle bags & trunk, Mustang seat, Arlen Ness handle bars, 14K mi., garage kept, $8,295 or trade. 918-664-3503

‘08 Gulf Stream Crescendo diesel 32’, 12 MPG, 300 HP, full wall slide, Cummins, Freightliner, only 1000 mi! $89,900 918-344-3719

2007 Eagle 5th Wheel made by Jayco. 34' with triple slide rooms. Very spacious with lots of storage. One owner. Hardly used. Like new! $29,900 obo. 918-607-2399 ‘97 Prevost 45' XL Excellent, private coach, 60 series Detroit, Exclusive King Bdrm Suite. Too much to list. Make offer 888-255-2149, 605-415-0430

‘98 Fleetwood Discovery, 37’, diesel, 1 slide, W/D, no kids, pets or smoking, very clean, 57K mi., reduced, $44,900. (918) 630-5147

‘05 Crescendo by Gulfstream, 40’, 350 Cat pusher, Freightliner chassis, 3 slides, full paint, many upgrades, garage kept, 42K mi, $74,900. 918-504-7727

‘07 Coachmen Chaparral, 34’ 5th wheel, 2 slide outs, fiberglass, metal frame, Looks new & smells new! $22,995. 918-906-0272

‘06 Gulfstream Cavalier 30’. “park style” travel trailer, sleeps 8, great cond. $5500. Call 918-289-9591

‘99 Freightliner 31 pass. bus. Cummins 5.9L Electronic Diesel Engine Allison Auto. Trans. w/ Overdrive. Carrier Heavy Duty Front/Rear A/C. Power Steering; Power Brakes. Call Bill White Co. 918-582-2434

Travel Trailer 27 ft, original owner, tow package included. $9,800. 918-516-2376

‘04 Nitro 929 CDX DC ‘07 Optimax 225, less than 80 hrs on engine, 3 locators. $20,750. 918-636-9334 ‘63 Melges C Scow #527, all wood, good shape, great sail, with trailer. $1200. 918-799-5553

‘08 Travel Trailer, 42’, excellent condition, double slide. For more information call 918-429-5727

‘08 Keystone 5th Wheel, 3 slide outs, 33’, like new, $25,400. 918-906-9436

‘01 Travel Supreme Motor Coach 36’. Diesel. ex cond, 17,500 mi, one slide, 7.5 KW Onan quiet diesel 260 Cummins, Allison trans. $65,000. 580-762-5341. Includes tow car.

‘95 Hunter 26’, main sail cover, jib bag spd/depth sounder, compass, stereo/ cass, spinnaker, Genoa, Bimini-$10,000 918-695-0618 ‘06 Bass Tracker ProTeam 175X w/ Mercury 60ELPT EFI w/ around 100 hrs. Trailering boat cover, 2nd fish finder, deluxe motor transom bar. Spare tire new used. Garaged. Excellent cond. $11,550. Call 918-636-1171

2010 G3 LX22F/C Pontoon 115hp, ski tow,troll motor,all accessories, includes owned boat lift & paid slip till 3/29/12 on Ft.Gibson EC $24K- 918-697-9070


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2590 Drivers-CDL

2620 Electricians Journeyman/Electrician Needed & Electrical Apprentice Needed (4+ years exp) Benefits Available Fax resume 918-838-0548 or apply in person at 11111 E. Pine St.

‘08 Ranger Comanche, 188VX DC, like new, garage kept, 150 Evinrude, 73 hrs, w/ warranty. Asking $21,000. 405-372-9592

2660 Health Care Glennwood Healthcare in Glenpool is now taking applications for •CNA for Transportation M-F •Restorative Aide Jobs includes great benefits BCBS + more! Competitive pay. Please apply in person:1700 E 141st St Glenpool

29’ Maxum, sleeps 6, shore air, bottom paint, full enclosure, rebuilt 454 merc & bravo 3, triaxle trailer, $29K. 918-851-1720

‘66 31' Trojan, twin 289 interceptors. Needs engine & some hull work. Will restore to original. Clear title & tagged 2013. Appt. only. Skiatook. $4000. 918-704-0588 14ft. Alum. Boat w/6 hp Evinrude & trailer, $700, 918-752-4440 Listen to yourself more often.

‘66 31' Trojan, twin 289 interceptors. Needs engine & some hull work. Will `restore to original. Clear title & tagged 2013. Appt. only. Skiatook. $4000. 918-704-0588

2500-2999 Employment 2510 Administrative/Office Mgmt ADMIN/ACCOUNTING F/T fast-paced position. Re quires a+ computer skills, strong accounting & auditing background. Pay DOE Email resume: walt@nema7.com

2540 Computer/IT Professionals Computer / Network Technician We are currently expanding our IT department & are seeking a computer/network technician to fill a full-time position. A successful candidate shall be fluent with PC computer hardware & software, all Microsoft products including Windows XP through Windows 7, MS Office, & Windows domain environments. Candidate should be familiar with Windows Server 2003/2008 & Exchange Server 2003/2007/2010, Networking, network security, cabling, & TCP/IP. Candidates must be a self starter & have excellent organizational skills. This 25 year old national leader in industrial distribution provides competitive pay, paid vacations, paid holidays, & health benefits. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Background Check, Drug Test, & Fit for Duty Exam Required. This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual. Please email your resume to: IPhelp@cox.net

Web Developer II Company: LegalShield Develop and enhance web/intranet applications. Excellent programming skills (J2EE platform and HTML) required. Must have ability to deliver programs on time, within budget, and without defect. Good knowledge of SQL database design and Sun Solaris environment. Four year Computer Science degree and 3+ years experience required. Excellent written and verbal communications skills required for interaction with end users, managers, vendors and in preparation of technical and operations documentation. You can apply on our company website at www.prepaidlegal.com/jobs or If qualified, fax cover letter and resume to 580-436-7536. EOE

2550 Construction Beene Services is seeking a utility worker with experience in water, sewer and storm mains. CDL preferred, equipment operator preferred. Please apply online at www.beene.cc

GREAT OPPORTUNITY Growing and well established car transport co. in need of Experienced car haulers. Must have 10 car experience. Our motivated team of drivers average over $100K PER YEAR!!! Excellent equipment. Great home time. To join the midwest's premier car hauler call Tommy 405-416-3482

Just 16 DAYS of Training

Could mean 1 GREAT LUCRATIVE CAREER! Regional & OTR Drivers NEEDED NOW! Great earning potential + benefits! Financial assistance available for those who qualify.

Call NOW! 866-659-0564

Lincare, leading national respiratory company seeks caring Service Representative. Service patients in their home for oxygen and equipment needs. Warm personalities, age 21+, who can lift up to 120 lbs. should apply. CDL w/DOT a plus or obtainable. Growth opportunities are excellent. Drug-free workplace. EOE. Apply in person at 5527 E. 41st St. or fax resume to 663-1532.

Mixer Drivers

Class B CDL, home every night. Must pass drug screen and physical. Benefits include paid vacation, paid time off, paid holidays, health, life, dental, cancer & Aflac insurance. Family owned and operated. Income potential over $50K/year. To apply call Mon.-Fri. 918-438-8888 x. 1 Have an iPhone? Download the Tulsa World iPhone app and have access to the latest and most accurate news about Tulsa and Northeastern Oklahoma. Professional Drivers Wanted- US Mail contractor is hiring. Requirements: 25 yrs. of age, Class A CDL, 2+ yrs. exp. No felonies. 10 paid holidays. Starting pay $18.94/hr & up. Email resume to: Jarnold@patsalmon.com or fax: 214-748-7498. EOE

2595 Drivers- Non-CDL Growing Safety Shoe company has opening for ROUTE DRIVER/ SALESPERSON for Tulsa area. Potential employees should have experience but will train, must have clean record, courteous, & self-motivated is a must. Also seeking IN-STORE SALESPERSON. Company offers competitive salary, plus commission, plus bonus, plus benefits. Apply at Gellco Clothing & Shoes 11327 E. 31st St., Tulsa NO CDL REQUIRED IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR ROAD DRIVERS TO WORK OUT OF TULSA, OK. HAULING RAILROAD CREWS Requirements: • Good Driving Record • Pass 7 yr background check • Pass pre-employment drug screen • Must be available evenings, late nights, weekends & holidays. Compensation & Benefits: • Paid Mileage and $7.25 per hour wait time • Medical Insurance Available • $100 Sign-On Bonus after 90 Days • Quarterly Safety and Performance Bonus. Call our job line at 866-601-3270 or Apply online at www.railcrewxpress.com

2605 Educational Opportunities ONE MONTH ONE COURSE

No Reason to Wait. Our convenient ONE COURSE A MONTH SM schedule fits your life.

Brown Mackie College-Tulsa Call now!

1.888.847.4320

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Tulsa, Ok 74146 Accredited Member, ACICS Lic. OBPVS

HOPE HOSPICE Hope Hospice, a not for profit organization, has immediate openings for the following positions. We offer competitive pay, health benefits, 401K, paid time off, paid holidays, and a highly rewarding, dynamic and challenging work environment.

•Full-time and Part-time RN’s •Part-time Social Worker •Full-time and Part-time CNA’s •Full-time Quality Assurance Assistant RN or LPN Please fax your resume to: 918-272-3617 EOE HOUSKEEPING SUPERVISOR

Must have experience in healthcare & managing staff. Apply: Parks Edge Nursing & Rehab 5115 E. 51st St. Immediate Opening for PT LPNs & RN Case Managers for a Home Health Agency, experience preferred. Excellent pay & benefits. Call 918-294-9760 or fax 918-294-9763

Experienced OTR CDL Flatbed Driver. Min 4 yrs exp. Will be driving an average 2500 miles/wk. Call Debbie 479-330-0507. Trucking company hiring Local & OTR Drivers. Call 918-582-7001

Welding Training Train for the Skills Needed for success! •Hands on Training •Dedicated Staff

Tulsa Welding School A Smart Investment 877-935-3332

2545 E. 11th Street Tulsa, OK 74104 Accredited School, ACCSC. Licensed by OBPVS and ASBPCE. Approved by TWC. For more information about our graduation, debt and other important information about our programs, go to http://www. weldingschool.com/GEdisclosure

EXPERIENCED COMPUTER

PROGRAMMER EXCITING CAREER OPPORTUNITY EXCELLENT BENEFITS AND COMPETITIVE PAY

Join the team at Oklahoma’s Finest Newspaper The Tulsa World has an immediate opening for an experienced computer programmer with a focus on business applications utilizing WinForms. Qualified individuals must have two years related experience in: (1) VB.NET (2) Window Forms development (3) SQL server (4) Crystal Reports (5) Oracle experience is a plus. We offer a complete benefits package and excellent compensation. Qualified individuals should apply in person at

315 S Boulder Ave, Tulsa, OK 74103 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. or by sending a resume in (JPG, PDF, or Word format) to: hr@tulsaworld.com or by fax (918) 584-8966.

Optometry Office Assistant Needed. South Tulsa. Fax resume to 918-497-2020 OPTOMETRY OFFICE in BA needs F/T employee for Dispensary. Exp. preferred. Please email resume to: vision74012@yahoo.com

2715 Machinists CNC OPERATOR

CNC Operator needed for day shift. Experience preferred. Company with great benefits. Apply at: Dieco Mfg. 15715 E Pine St., Tulsa

2730 Marketing Marketing Rep. Needed for Tulsa Law Firm $1600/mo + benefits Fax resumes 918-495-0653

2740 Mechanic AUTOMOTIVE TECHMidas is currently seeking qualified technicians. ASE a plus. Flat rate pay starting at $28/hr. Full benefits. Call 918-834-3335 or 918-743-1331 Firestone Auto Techs Now Hiring 405-833-8470

2750 Miscellaneous APARTMENTS–ASST. MANAGER TEAM NEEDED at large Apartment Community. Seeking outgoing two person team. WILL TRAIN! Must live on-site. Please call The Greens at Broken Arrow at (918) 355-0802 or stop by 1441 East Omaha Street. APARTMENTS–PART TIME LEASING AGENT NEEDED at large Apartment Community in Broken Arrow. Must pass background check. Must live on-site. Please call The Greens at Broken Arrow at (918) 355-0802 or stop by 1441 East Omaha St.

Phonebook Delivery South Tulsa Area Call 918-704-2869

2755 Oil & Gas

Now accepting applications for:

•RN

- Muskogee Office-must be willing to travel Muskogee & surrounding areas Full time benefits and pay. Home health exp preferred. Benefits: Health, Dental, Life, and 401K To schedule an interview call Debbie 918-923-6902

Parks Edge Nursing & Rehab *7/3 LPN, M-F *3/11 LPN, M-F *3/11 CMA, M-F *CMA Weekends Apply: 5115 E. 51st St.

Wanted: Ultrasound Tech Mobile ultrasound company looking for Tech. Prefer echo general ultrasound. Part time/Full time. Will train. Mail resume to: 18995 Knightsbridge, Owasso, OK 74055

2662 Health Care Dental Busy Opthalmology/Optometry clinic in Claremore seeking Technician. COA or COT a plus. Submit resume to: cmore@tulsacoxmail.com

Dental Collection Coordinator This position is responsible for collection of payments for current and past due accounts. Qualified candidates will have at least 1-2 years accounting, business management, medical or dental experience. College degree preferred. We offer competitive benefits and compensation. Please visit our Careers link @ www.mydentistinc.com, Fax: 405-751-7160 or Email: Careers@mydentistinc.com for immediate consideration. EOE Dental office Receptionist needed. Part time, Mon-Th, 7:45-1:00. Front & Back office experienced preferred. Fax resume to: 918-455-8376 or 918-451-0599 Full Time Bilingual Position English/Spanish required. No exp required for busy dental practice Fax resumes to Vanessa at 918-384-0033

2590 Drivers-CDL CDL DRIVER OR MACHINERY MOVER Exp’d Driver or Machinery Mover to load, haul & move equip & machinery locally. Benefits & 40 hr guarantee. 110 S. 129th E. Ave., Tulsa. or fax resume 918-437-9325

2665 Health Care Eye Care

Lead Dental Assistants Rapidly growing network of more than 30 offices in Oklahoma, Missouri and Texas is now looking for Lead Dental Assistants and Treatment Coordinators for our Tulsa and surrounding offices. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of 3-4 years experience. We offer competitive benefits and compensation. Please visit our Careers link @ www.mydentistinc.com, Email: Careers@mydentistinc.com, or Fax: 405-751-7160 for immediate consideration. EOE

BOP Testers, pole truck operators, nipple up & down and many others. Out of state housing paid.

Fax 740-483-9031 or email: TripleJoil@yahoo.com

2790 Restaurants/Food Service

COME JOIN A WINNING TEAM! Now Hiring Managers & MIT’s Competitive Pay & Bonus Program! Interviews Tuesday November 1st, 2pm-5pm 8316 E. 61st St. Ste. 105 HH COOK HH The Gardens, one of the premier long-term care facilities in the metro area, is seeking a Cook to join our family of staff & residents. Long term care experience preferred, but not mandatory. We offer competitive wages, insurance and other benefits available. Apply in person at 1165 S. Brenner Road, Sapulpa, OK. 918-224-0600 EOE HH COOK HH Now Hiring Management & Delivery Drivers. All Tulsa area locations. Papa John’s, contact Nathan Area Supervisor 918-271-3222 OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE ON YALE is now hiring • Servers • • Hosts • • Busers • • Cooks • APPLY ONLINE ONLY www.osicareer.com/outback Restaurant#13722 WAITSTAFF - EXPERIENCED 6:30am-3pm M-F. 6:30am-1:30pm Sat. Savoy Restaurant 6033 S. Sheridan

2800 Retail Sales

AUTO SALES We have several full time openings. Some experience preferred, but not required. We’re happy to train! Ladies welcome. See Buzz Carter at 145th & B.A.

Commercial Truck Sales

We have several full time openings available. Some experience preferred, but not required. We’re happy to train! See Will Troutman at 145th & B.A.

Seasonal Help Needed. Apply in person: Hobby Lobby, 5130 S. Harvard

ASSISTANT

2830 Technical B Sew Inn currently has an opening available for a Service Technician. Previous experience in electronics or appliance repair is preferred. Must have the ability to multi-task, troubleshoot, solve problems, work with the public & have basic computer skills. Full-time position with hourly pay plus benefit package. Please apply in person at 5235 S. Sheridan Rd (The Farm), apply online @ www.bsewinn.com or by emailing resume to lisa@bsewinn.com

918-599-8001 www.jan-pro.com/tulsa

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You Can Earn Up To $1,000 a Month or More The Tulsa World is looking for independent contract carriers in the following areas:

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CITY

Handyman/Small Engine Mechanic needed. Flexible hours, valid DL Required. Pay based on experience. 888-492-9776

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HVAC Residential Installation Apprentice. Experienced only. EPA Certification. Good pay & benefits. Drug test, background required. Airco Service, 11331 E. 58th St.

AFTON AVANT/BARNSDALL COLLINSVILLE COPAN OKLAHOMA CITY OOLOGAH PARKHILL/COOKSON TAHLEQUAH

Lawn & Landscape Company now hiring 2 assistant foremans. Must have knowledge of sprinkler systems & landscaping. Must have valid D. Lic. and vehicle. Pay starts at $11/hr. 30 day salary review. Office- 918-250-2142 Local pipeline engineering and design company seeking an experienced Registered Land Surveyor licensed in OK. Previous pipeline experience is required!

Must be dependable & have good transportation. Tulsa World contract carriers are no longer responsible for collecting subscription payments. For more information contact:

Send resumes to kwojcik@ midcoservices.com Now taking applications for

CIRCULATION Mon-Fri. 8am-5pm

•Maintenance Person

Must have HVAC, general carpentry, electrical & plumbing exp. Prefer exp. in nursing home. Fax resume to 918-742-7315 or apply in person at: The Cottage Extended care 2552 E. 21st St. 1/4 mile east Lewis

581-8584

Immediate Opportunities Available

2840 Temporary/Seasonal

BONUS Building Care, Cleaning franchise ** Call 918-461-8459 **

2850 Warehouse/Shipping Warehouse Receiving Fast paced industrial dist needs S&R help. Requires strong back, quick mind, fleet feet & computer skills. Pay DOE. Send resume & wage to tulsa.ok.jobs@gmail.com

2870 Welders Alliance Tank Service, LLC

is looking for Tank Welders with 2 or more years experience. Must be willing to travel. All applicants are subject to pre-employment drug screen. Apply online at www.alliancetankservice.com or contact our office at (918)387-4141. Welder: Get off the night shift. Work Days. Pipe and Pressure Vessel Welders with Fit Up experience. Need experience in X-ray quality craftsmanship with Mig and Flux core welding on rolled pipe. Need not apply with any less than 2 years experience in the above mentioned. This is not a job but a career, great benefits, great working conditions, good people with year to year growth. Apply at: WeamcoMetric 2350 Industrial Drive Sapulpa, Ok 74066

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Experienced HVAC technician Needed must have installation experience. Please call Radiant Air at 918-834-1515

BOOKKEEPER PART TIME Quickbooksexperiencerequired San Juan Pools, 1518 East 5th Ct 918-582-8169

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2820 Security/Law Enforcement SECURITY OFFICERS US Security Associates Unarmed CLEET Cert. Tulsa area. For more information, call 918-663-5125. EOE.

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3100-3299 Garage Sales/Flea Markets 3100 Garage Sales - General Location Big Sale Part 2 - Jenny Lind twin beds, file cabinets, Christmas items, electronics, bedding, desk, lots of interesting things! 8AM Friday, Saturday, & Sunday. 4344 S Jamestown Ave. ESTATE SALE - FURN, WASHER DRYER, KILN, AND MISC. ITEMS. 8921 E 56TH ST SAT 8-4 Garage Sale! 840 N. Louisville, 8-? Furniture, households & more! HUGE Aldersgate United Methodist Church Neighborhood GARAGE SALE & Chili Cook-off! Sat Oct 29th 8-4pm, 3702 S. 90th E. Ave HUGE Fishing Tackle & Christmas Sale, Fri. & Sat., 8-4, 1.5 mi. north of Veteran’s Hospital on Old 88 Hwy in Claremore. 100’s of new rods & reels, 1000’s of lures, Columbia & Nike clothing, trolling motors, & much more! All new items! 9805 E. Clover Creek Dr. 918-231-5696 Large Estate Sale 15049 S. Waco Ave, Glenpool. Fri 8-5 Sat 8-4 Sun 8-2, Lots of furn, tools, electronics, & appliances. Dealers welcome! MOVING SALE, 1943 E. 35th St., 8-5, FRI-SAT, Furn., Fishing, books, games, clothes, toys, videos, housewares, collectibles, etc.

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Saturday, October 29, 2011

3100 Garage Sales - General Location Moving Sale! Sat 9am-? 51930 S. 36700 Rd. Cleveland (Airport & Norton) 06’ JB Compact 2210 Tractor w/front loader, Belly mower & brush hog-less than 250 hrs, 16ft tandem axle flatbed trailer w/wood floor & low sides, 4x8 wood floor utility trailer, 26 gal. Craftsman air compressor, gas remote controlled cars, pick-up bed/lift for handicap scooter, some furniture, firewood racks full/half, too much to list! Charlene 918-358-5921 Cell918-805-4745 Sat ONLY, 8am-4pm, Furn, clothes, misc. 1510 W. Marshall SWAP MEET - November 5th Free Space, all sellers & buyers welcome. 1/2 mile N. of Haskell on Hwy 72. Oklahoma Antique Tractor Show Grounds.Info 918-693-3940 Teacher garage sale! Lots of books, Fri-Sun, 2846 S. Florence Wigs, Dulcimer kit, puzzles, electronic hand-held games, flea market stuff. 3807 S. 93rd E. Ave, 9-5

3110 Garage Sales - North Sale Sat 8-2, Magnoliawood Drive, Bridgeport Edition in Verdigris.

3120 Garage Sales - South 10906 S. 87th E. Ave, Silverwood addition, Sat 8-4, dresser w/mirror, wheelchair, truck x-tender, electronics, household items & more!

3140 Garage Sales - West Garage Sale West of Sand Springs -Fri. 8-5 & Sat. 8-2 - 3779 New Prue Road (Exit 209th from Keystone Expy then North 4-1/2 miles), Housewares, some antiques, misc.

8-5 pm, Fri & Sat only! Anything, Everything, Nice Furniture, 82nd & Delaware, Litchfield Addition 8am, Christmas items, womens name brand clothing, books, collectibles, dish & glassware, bedding, etc. 5718 E. 45th St.

Awesome Sale Friday/Saturday 8-2. 2115 E 59th St CHURCH SALE, 6117 E 106th St S Fri/Sat 8-2 Furn, appl. & more! Darlington South Neighborhood 91st & Darlington, Friday & Sat! EVERYTHING must go! Downsizing, no reasonable offer refused. Clothing, treadmill, antiques, toys, furniture and more! 11785 S. 87th E. Ave. Saturday 8:00 til 4:00, Sunday 10:00 til 3:00 *Graystone Neighborhood Sale* Fri 10/28 8-5pm, Sat 10/29 8-3pm, Furniture, Desks, Home Decor items, Children’s Clothing and much more! 117th and Sheridan Follow the Signs! Little girls clothing, Wii, wii fit, dining set, tools, golf, coach purses, womens clothes, books, DVD’s & much much more! 413 W. 119th St. Jenks. Fri. & Sat. 8-? Merging homes, duplicates must go. Kids toys, books, clothes. 8am-4pm. 8931 E. 100th Ct. MOVING SALE! SAT ONLY, 8-? 6903 S. 29th West Ave. Mulit-Family Garage Sale! Clothes, toys, furniture, etc.. 10609 S. Quebec Pl. Fri-Sat only!

SAT ONLY 8am-1pm 2806 E 89 St. Pub table & 6 chairs, Jr bed, bbq grill, vac, some clothing, 2 metal outdoor chairs, & more! Saturday, October 29th ONLY. 8:30am. 7807 S 85th E Ave Saturday Only 8am-Noon 5712 E. 103rd St. Forest Meadows Housewares, Clothes, Toys & Much More!

3130 Garage Sales - East 9-5pm Collectibles, Avon, clothes, books, misc. 3440 S. 116th E. Pl Big Christmas Sale 13727 E. 31st Pl. Indoor/Outdoor lights and decor, linens, dishes, clothes, purses, cross stitch and much more. Between 9am-6pm BIG MULTI FAMILY SALE, Fri/Sat 8-5, 10661 E. 18th St., piano, furn, lawn equip, bicycles, baby /kids items, books & more! Carnival, Jeweltea, other old dishes, old dolls, screen doors, clothes, lamps, youth chair, child’s custom made tricycle & misc. Thurs-Sat 9-5, 11601 E. 3rd St. Fri, Sat, & Sun 8am-4pm. Huge, 2000 sq ft Garage/Estate sale. Everything is 50% off excluding the Nascar memorabilia. We have lots of items including-- W's clothes, Shoes & Boots, Kitchen & Bath items, Electronics, Tools, Books, Office equiptment. Last weekend of sale! 1/2 mi E of Hwy 66 on Pine in Catoosa.

*GARAGE SALE*

Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm, Lots of Paintings, Bronzes, Tools and Fishing. 9722 E. 55th Pl, Tulsa

HUGE FABRIC SALE, 2613 E. Queens St., Sat, October 29th 8-5

Floral Haven- Garden of Faith, 4 spaces, $3,995 each, 918-443-2644

Blazers, nice womens sz 2-6 most unused 2 for $80. 955-3666

Huge Garage Sale! Christmas decor, crafts, furn., some large tool items, log splitter & more! 19112 E. 91st St. Thur-Sat. 8-2 LARGE SALE 8-3. mower, trailer, & tons more. 517 N. Sweetgum Ave Living Estate Sale Fri & Sat 9am-5pm Rolltop desk, antique vanity dresser w/3 mirrors, halltree, LayZBoy recliner, vintage chair, Ethan AllenTV Armoire-petite sz, crystal, china, and much more. Grammy’s Cottage 6927 S. 115th E. Ave. (1 block E Garnett & 71st then 1 block N on 115th) Moving sale! Tons of furniture, appliances, outdoor furniture, lawn equipment & lots more. Halloween stuff too!! Thurs-Sat 8-4pm 4117 S. Maple Ave

MULTI-FAMILY SALE!

Corner of Houston/Ash, Halloween, Christmas, jewelry, clothing, linens, quilt items, tools, furniture & much more!

FULL ROOMS!

Sat. 8-12, household items, bikes, toys, No early. 3806 S 201 E Ave Yesterday & Today’s Antique Mall All records and comics half price in Booth 5A1. Booth spaces are available. 406 N Main St., Broken Arrow, Tues-Sat 10-6. 918-251-0511

3160 Garage Sales - Owasso Neighborhood Yard Sale, Sat Only Oct 29th, 8-4pm, 76th & 134th E Ave, Tools, Collectibles & Fishing Equip., New & Used Windows & Doors, House Items & More!

3170 Garage Sales - Midtown

baby items, books, movies, furn., purses, household items, 11534 E. 8th St., Behind Lewis & Clark

3140 Garage Sales - West Artist’s Garage Sale, 3 blks S of Tulsa Coutnry Club, lots of art, antiques, small furniture, trunk & more! 1701 W Easton St Fri/Sat 9-5 Estate Sale- Antiques, furniture, collectable & more! 6212 S. 49th W. Ave. Thurs-Sat 8-3pm No early birds! Fri.-Sat. 8-5, ‘08 250CC Scooter, Furn., misc. 5615 S. Waco Ave. Garage Sale- Saturday 7-5 & Sunday 7-12. 217 Oak Ridge Dr., SS Yard Sale! Something for everyone. Sat-Sun, 8-4, 319 W. Young St. Reservoir Hill.

ESTATE SALE By Caring Transitions Oct 27-29 9am-5pm. 13106 E 95th Crt, Owasso. Its worth the short drive to Owasso! This beautiful 2-story home full of quality furn at great prices. Must see! SATURDAY ONLY 8:00am-2pm. 3870 W 520 Rd, Pryor, OK (Turn East at Walmart - 0.5 mi from Hwy 69) Collectibles, Dolls, Precious Moments, M & M. Men's Clothing in Ex Cond, L & XL shirts, 36-30 slacks & jeans, 2 suits, Tux, t-shirts. Decorating items, Christmas & Floral. Housewares. CD's, Videos, DVD's, TV Stand, Chest of Drawers, 2 Microwaves. Framed art work, Picture frames.

ESTATE SALE

Estate of Rev Nancy English King Elegant Maple Ridge home full of 3 Generations, Sterling, Indian Artifacts, Books, Jewelry, Furniture, Household and Linens, Estate Sale packed full. For items and photos See: www.estatesalesbyallen.com 1123 E. 18th St. Today 10am-6pm, Estate Sales by Allen Big Estate Sale Thurs-Sun 10-? 50+ years accumulation. Lots of old and new items. Lots of tools. 3311 W. Easton St. This is an outdoor sale, so will cancel if raining.

L.V.M. Estate Sales 25% OFF!

Fri 10-6. Sat. 8-5, Sun. 10-4, Oct 27-30. Ivory figures, Victorian silverplate tea set, sterling, LR, dining, bdrm king & twin sets, art, jewelry, cut glass, pool table, ad & beer signs, Remington 20ga. pump, 410 ga. single shot, 22 LR Single Shot, vintage OU Sports Scrapbooks & papers, 1968 Chrysler Crown Coupe, vintage toys, DOLLS, G.E. refrige w/ freezer drawer, Kenmore W/D, antiques, primitives, tools, books and exercise equipment. FULL HOUSE AND GARAGE! 3316 S. Urbana Ave. Near 33rd & Yale.

9AM - 656 N. Union Pl.

1805 FOREST BLVD, UTICA SQUARE AREA. SATURDAY 8am

Furniture, records, antiques, lots of nice glass, house is full! Great Sale/WOW!

2829 E. 27th St. Huge Sale

ESTATE SALE - Today - 10AM

10am!! Cash Only!!

8:30 am, clothing, dolls, & misc items, 1923 S. Florence Ave. Collectible Christmas ornaments & more, All Christmas items new in box. Hallmark, Lenox, Mikasa & more. All prices below E-bay. Fri.-Sun 9-3. 4546 S. Louisville.

Heywood Wakefield Dining & Bedroom, Art Bronzes, Jade & Asian items, Dishes, Books, Music, Minerals, Quality clothing & so much more!!

5373 E. 27th (27th & Yale)

Cash* Check*Credit Card* *SALES BY LOTTIE*

2 TU Basketball season tickets, club seats, 918-698-6011

3490-3750 Merchandise 3490 Merchandise Under $500

Army paratrooper boots sz 9D. $20. 918-633-1718

‘01 Dodge Stratus motor, $500, 918-951-7534

Army paratroopers strap for dropping gear bag $20. 918-633-1718

‘07-’09 Dodge truck bumper, front, chrome, all parts. $350. 734-8284

Army poncho liner, like new $15. 918-633-1718

1947 Outboard Motor, 3 hp, Evinrude, $350. 918-697-0901

Audi A6 Bentley service manual for ‘98-’04, $50. 918-266-5728

1950 7-Up Menu Board, $100. 918-355-4623

Avon collectibles, 110 pcs, $400 or will sell ind. 918-663-2567

1967 396 turbo jet fender badges. $25 for the pair. 918-759-8869

Awning, metal w/ green canvas, 20’x4’x4’ ex cond $500. 918-815-1508

1968-1972 Chevy pu seat, tan, $150. 918-260-5535 Oolagah area

Baby Alive doll, eats, talks, w/accessories, incl. potty, $20. 274-7406

1992 Chevy short stepside P/U bed. $300. 918-224-7293

Baby bed, changing table, like new, $120. 918-671-6786

1993 Ford Ranger bedliner, $10. 918-671-6786

Baby doll bed, oak w/mattress, ex. cond, $20. 918-272-4204

3rd Seat for ‘02 Tahoe, $350. 918-813-0543

Baby doll, 918-760-9266

‘41-’46 Chevy p/u cab, bare, no doors, interior, $150. 918-224-6667

Baby girl clothes 3t-4t, $40. 918-978-3426

‘55-’57 Chevy passenger headers, SB, $60. 918-740-4563

Baby stroller, twin, 2 passenger, jogging, nice, $125. 918-251-3299

‘55-’57 Chevy trans, 3 spd. $40. 918-740-4563

Backpack, GTM Sportswear, Travel, black, $20. 918-834-8519

‘55-66 Chevy pickup bed, short stepside, fair cond, $275. 224-6667

Band saw, Craftsman, speed, $100. 918-671-8108

‘66 Nova 283 block only, $200. 918-740-4563

Band Saw, Delta with stand, $60. 918-406-5717

‘72 Dodge Challenger Rallye car parts. $500. 918-286-8560.

Banjo, old time open back. $125. 918-232-7113

‘82 Chevy P/U cab, good condition, good title, $175. 918-224-7293

Banks, walnut or oak, w/ postal front $50. 918-640-1238

‘82 Chevy PU complete front clip, good Cond., $300. 918-224-6667

Barbecue grill, charcoal bake, $55. 918-645-5608

‘90 Chevy longwide pu bed & liner, fairly good cond $220.918-224-7293

Barbie, 1977, in box, Christmas, $35. 918-760-9266

‘90 Chevy pickup, heavy ½-ton, no transmission, $400. 918-327-3598

Barbie dolls designer clothes encased $6. 918-836-1908

‘90 Chevy pu rear end 1/2 ton 2 WD, you pull. $175. 918-224-6667

Bar light, $50. 918-438-2753

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‘94 GM conv. van, AC/condenser, $40. Other parts avail. 918-637-1059

Fine furniture by Drexel, Lane & Thomasville: All Living Room, Dining table w/6 chairs, server. W/D, TV’s, China, Glass & more. 4829 W. Seattle St., B.A., 9-3. E. of Garnett between 61st & 71st estatesalesplus.com

‘94 GM conv. van, radiator, $40. Other parts available 918-637-1059

ANOTHER GREAT ESTATE SALE BY “I HEART ESTATE SALES” 19911 E. 37th St., BA (41st & 193rd E. Ave.) Look for the signs Friday & Saturday 8-4 Vintage collectibles by Tiffany, Fenton, Higgins & Mary Gregory, Artwork by Marc Chagall, Hans Voss & others, retail over $30K and semi precious stones: Topaz, Rhodalite, Aquamarine, Citrine, Turquoise & more all priced to sell. BR, LR & 2 Dining sets, wicker, antique & office furniture, like new kitchen appl. (gas stove), kitchenware, woodworking tools, nice womens clothes (16), smoked mirrors & stamp collection. This home is full of treasures!

‘95 Nissan pickup electric mirrors, chrome, $40. 918-367-5350.

Saturday 10/29 7:30am-2pm. 8232 E. 32nd St. Furniture, Clothes, Baby Clothes, and Electronics. Multi-Family Garage Sale. Sat. Only! 8 a.m., 47th & Evanston Multi-family sale Sat. 9-3 at 2353 S Delaware Ct (Off 24th & Harvard) Proceeds benefit: Great Plains Mastiff Rescue Sat. 8-5, Sun. 1-4, 8801 E. 37th Pl. Close to Aldersgate. Old Victrola, furn., tools, 16’ enclosed trailer, lots of picture frames, Star Wars & GI posters, lots of good items. Saturday 8-2. 1425 E. 33rd St. Furniture, accessories, lighting, clothes & more. Yard Sale: 1205 S. Quebec Ave (between Harvard & Yale) Sat. 7-12. Lots of nice clothes, concert shirts, designer jeans, housewares, coffee table, TV and misc. shop items.

3200-3299 Commerical Sales Events

Everything must go!!! iheartestatesales.com

3220 Flea Markets SKIATOOK FLEA MARKET Sat 7am-4pm, Outdoor Venue 13801 N Cincinnati (Hwy 11, Skiatook) WANT TO BE A VENDOR? Antiques, collectibles, old & new, large & small "stuff", crafts, tools, etc. Call Scot at 918.284.7952

AUCTION TODAY 10 AM OVER 1000 ITEMS INCLUDED A OUTSTANDING ESTATE, FURNITURE, ANTIQUES, GOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY SILVER, COINS, BASS BOAT, TOOLS, RUSTIC FURNITURE COLLECTIBLES www.BRANDONAUCTION.COM NOTHING HELD BACKEVERYONE WELCOME CASH-CHECK-CREDIT CARDS BRANDON AUCTION 12835 E. 11th 918-437-2937

3210 Estate Auctions ESTATE SALE TODAY 8-5 pm, 5122 E. 30th Pl, Tulsa

*ESTATE SALE* 117th & Sheridan Fri 10/28 8-5pm, Sat 10/29 8-3pm, Furniture, Desks, Home Decor Items, Children’s Clothing and much more! Follow the Signs! LIVING ESTATE SALE, Antiques, Power Tools, 2002 GMC Safari, 1993 Goldwing low mileage excellent condition, 25’ Bayliner Deck Boat excellent condition, Fishing Equipment, Clothing, Household Items. Thursday - Saturday, 8-5. 7051 S 155th West Ave, Sapulpa. 918-271-3987 or 918-224-7895

*ESTATE SALE*

Thursday-Saturday, 8am-4pm, 6328 S. 112th E. Ave, Tulsa, Furniture, Dishes, Decor, Piano, & Clothing. Large Estate Sale 15049 S. Waco Ave, Glenpool. Fri 8-5 Sat 8-4 Sun 8-2, Lots of furn, tools, electronics, & appliances. Dealers welcome! Estate Sale, 2619 S. Boston Pl. Fri. 9-5 Sat. 9-4. Years of accumulation

‘92 Chevy Corsica, 4-dr, not running, $500. 918-636-9056 ‘92 Chevy motor, 4.3 V-6, all access, rebuilder, $250. 918-224-7293

‘95 Dodge ½ ton pickup, parting out,V6 auto trans,$500. 918-728-5104 ‘95 Nissan Pickup body parts. $300. 918-367-5350.

‘99 Chevrolet S-10 factory hood, black, good cond, $90. 918-224-6667 Ab Lounge Elite by Tony Little DVD & manual, $60. 918-627-1405 A body big block front springs, unused. $50. 918-759-8869 AC unit, under dash, older ClassA motor home, $100, 918-367-5350 Adult diapers, Tabs, adjustable, 105 for $20. 918-745-0753 ext. 144 Afghan, hand-crocheted, 52”x60”, $75. 918-663-2567 Afghan, hand-crocheted, 64”x68”, $100. 918-663-2567 Air compressor, 918-671-8108

20

gal.,

$100.

Air compressor, Campbell Hausfield, $150. 918-269-9544 Air Compressor, Craftsman, 3 gal., 1 hp, $75. 918-331-3822 Air Cond. Frigidaire 12000 btu w/remote, 220v, $390, 918-344-0315 Air conditioner, 220, 5 years old, $100. 918-344-2662 Air conditioner, 24,000 BTU, 220, like new, $400. 918-344-2662 Air Hockey, 7 Ft, used twice, $250 OBO. 918-574-1054

3200 Auctions Holiday Open House

Lots of venders including Scentsy Pampered Chef, home decor & more. BBQ sandwiches available. Family Fellowship. 5600 W Skelly Dr. In the Town West Shopping Center. Saturday 10-2

3300-3380 Announcements 3310 Lost & Found Charming kitten, blk/white, Male, Found 10/27 on E. 59th. Healthy, a beauty, needs home. To owner or any good home- Whoever calls 1st; 918-742-1102. Found: Black Lab, male E of 25th Pl/Sheridan. 1 of 2 lost. 918-810-9507

Album - Hop Along Cassidy & the square dance holdup. $40 254-7762 Ammo 357 mag, 125 grain, soft point, 10 boxes, $150. 918-760-5172 Ammo, Wolf CopperJacket,7.62x39 hp, 500 rds, $160 firm 918-519-1716 Amp, Dell Audio, $300. 918-729-3536

flame

Antique sewing machine cabinet/ sewing machine $50. 918-637-1059 Antique shoe lasp, steel, children’s sz, 70 yrs. old, $25. 918-834-8519 Antique table, round mahogany, clawfeet, $80. 918-948-2348 Antique Western Electric phone 1930’s, it works $85. 918-261-1690

Boots, Chippewa, brown, 10” lace work, 8.5/9 D, HD. $30. 918-622-3197 Boots, Cowboy, 13D, Brown, $35, 918-245-4844 Boots, cowboy, sz 9D, full quill ostrich, brown, $65. 918-245-4844

Boots, Harley Davidson, Engineer, sz 8½D, $50. 918-693-7394 Boots-Justin, Black, pull-on, work, 10D, like new, $30, 918-622-3197 Boots-Justin, Cowboy, Black, 12D, like new, $45, 918-622-3197 Boots, Lucchese, $500 new, asking $200. 918-530-2412 Bottle, Grapette Elephant Bank, Camden, Ark. $175. 918-542-8736 Bow, compound, Bear, white , II LH, quiver,camo $80. 918-640-4066 Bowling balls, top brands, 16 lbs. $15. 918-231-6843 Bow Long Cheta 50 to 60 lbs, 28” draw. $500 918-798-5984 Box spring & mattress, queen, pillowtop, good cond $75. 918-313-1238 Boy’s Bike, 20” Roadmaster, ridge jumper, dual susp. $50. 918-241-2502 Build-A-Bears, (8) w/clothes, in boxes, $300 obo. 918-451-3646 Bumper pool table w/balls & cues, Exc., $60 cash. 918-428-3587 Bunk bed, heavy duty, wood & metal, $100. 918-857-8150 Cabinet, pantry, 5-shelf, white, never used, $40. 918-625-5241

Camera, 35 mm, Nikon Fun Touch 3. $25. 918-833-1366

Barrels, metal, 55 gallon, reclosable lids, $20. 918-425-2462.

Camera, Canon 2000, 35mm, 200 mm zoom & bag, $120. 918-366-8759

Bar stool, dark upholstery, good shape, $10. 918-712-9580

Camera, Canon 35mm SLR w/lens like new, $125. 918-665-3698

Bar stools (2) beige weave, brass, wood arms $50 918-745-0753 ext. 144

Camera collection, $50.918-728-0541

Barstools, casino-style, $35. 918-606-3426 Basketball goal, $50. 918-804-8679

newer

w/dent,

Basketball goal, plastic board. $25. 918-286-2771 Battery, auto, 918-812-9025

top

back-

post,

$15.

Bed cover, from Ikea, queen size. $28. 918-296-8009 Bed frame, metal, full size. $20. 918-445-5154 Bed frame, twin makes to full, $20. 918-557-9043 Bed, full size Relax Your Back, $500. 918-630-8949 Bed, full size w/mattress, box, rails, headboard, $125. 918-851-8211 Bed headboard, brass queen, $80. 918-373-3021

plate,

Bed, king size w/mat, box, rails, headboard $200. 918-851-8211 Bed, Little Tykes race car, toddler size, $100, 918-245-8324 Bed, Little Tykes race car, twin size, Blue, $150, 918-245-8324 Bed, nearly new Sleep Number twin w/controls, $499. 918-524-4193 Bedroom, 1930s, deco, waterfall, complete, ornate, $275. 918-378-2541 Bed set, Fontana, 5 pcs, no mattress, good cond, $500. 918-455-3947 Bed solid brass, rare find, patina, full sz, orig. springs $400. 836-7771

3

drawers,

$85.

Bicycle Antique 1950’s 26“ sold by Montgomery Ward $150. 430-4732 Bicycle, Columbus Carbon Road Bike Fork, $175. 918-493-7104 Bicycle, Magna Mtn Tamer, 18 spd, 24”, $65. 918-254-5581 Bicycle, Schwin, 18 speed, very good Cond., $75. 918-857-8150 Bicycle, Schwinn 20”, girls’, great design, good cond, $55. 918-855-7589 Bicycle, Schwinn Stingray, black, like new. $400. 918-697-0901 Bicycle, specialized, Rock Hopper, Ex cond, $250. 918-902-0742 Bicycle trek 1220 very good cond. w/accessories, $400. 918-747-6315 Bike, Japanese folding, good condition. $100. 918-640-1238 Bike, Mountain Trail, by Murray, purple, $50, 918-851-8211 Bikes 10 speed man’s & woman’s good shape $80. 510-6392 Bunk Beds, $110. 918-794-0767

Campbell Soup dolls w/ mugs. $40. 918-439-0491 Campers, $450. 918-357-3272 Leave Message Canoe, 17’ Tracker, $300. 918-486-8865 Carburetors, Webber, 2-barrel, $150 for both. 918-836-8017 Cash register plus scanner for computer, $150. 918-851-4949

Beads, sequins, craft supplies, stones, $1. 918-622-8714

Bicycle, antique 10 speed, needs front tire, $40. 918-382-9080

Antique school desk/chair combo, lift top w/inkwell, $55. 918-638-1768

Booster Seat, Cosco, $10. 918-274-7406

Barrels, 30 gallon plastic, $20. 918-425-2462.

Antique bar, $350. 918-313-1238

Antique round table w/drawer, 32” diam, pic avail, $99. 918-224-7130

$29.

Camcorder, Canon Vixia HF100, pristine, $400. 918-836-1908

Bench, inside, solid oak, Amish, beautiful, $69. 918-747-6991

Antique piano, Wellington, $200. 918-729-3536

full,

Barrels, 15 gallon, plastic, $10. 425-2462

Antique back bar mirror, Red Wolf Lager Beer, $450. 918-850-8216

Antique Piano, c.1885, English walnut, small, $300. 918-378-2541

boxes

CAGE, Dane cage, biggest made. $125. Metal. 918-902-5819

Belt sander 6”, Shop Smith, used 6 mo., $250. 918-245-0968

Antique lamps, gorgeous, crystal, must see. $250/both. 918-494-9802

Books, four 918-855-5771

Barrel, 5 gallon plastic, $5. 918-425-2462.

Antique arm chair, 1920s, $300 or best offer. 918-277-1272

LOST 10/24, Male Black Lab, tall and lanky, very skittish, 9 months old, Lost on East Broadway, Broken Arrow, REWARD! 918-740-6871

Bookcase w/ 4 shelves, light color, $20. 918-638-8837

Cable, 5/8” diameter x 350’ long, ex cond, $80. 918-272-4204

Belt buckle, girls barrel racing, gold & silver, $25. 918-355-4557

Antique furniture (4 pieces), needs refinishing, $200. 918-637-1059

Bookcase, oak w/laminated pull out top, 31" X 28.5" $70. 955-3666

Barrel, 55 gallon, plastic. $20. 918-425-2462

Antique (2) black w/gold inlay bamboo chairs, $100. 918-671-6786

$75.

Bookcase, 6 shelves, dark color 6’10” T x 12” W $175. 918-494-9802

Cabinets, garage, 8 ft tall, metal, Free. 918-637-8208

Beer Steins, 12, choice $20. 918-266-1126

small,

Boat trailers, by Fisher 17’, $475. 918-606-3426

Bar light, $75. 918-438-2753

Answering machine, Panasonic, w/ 4 phones $50. 918-428-5236

Found, IPOD, 19th & Peoria, Describe, must pick up, 918-573-2060

4 Lots, Floral Haven Cemetary Garden of the Last Supper, great location, $5200 918-251-5730

2

Bed, twin, 918-794-0767

Antique Door knobs, (10) pair, $75. 918-728-0541

1 Plot - Greenhill Memorial Cemetary in Sapulpa, $950 918-279-1197

12”,

Amplifier receiver,Nakamichi 730 ECw/remote & IB $500. 918-665-3698

FOUND, female b&w mix with puppy. I-44 @ Miami 918-257-0676

3325 Memorial-Parks Cremation, Lots

$20.

Bed spread, king size, velour tan & brown, $20. 918-833-0014

Antique desk, 918-261-1290

LOST, Young Male Husky, black, grey & some white on face, white collar, lost in South Broken Arrow. Call if found 918-852-6700

newborn,

Bluetooth, Wireless by T-Mobile, $20. 918-439-0491

Boots, girls’, Justin, 4D, like new, $38. 918-245-0968

Amp, JBL, $300. 918-729-3536

Found, Blk Chihuahua, M, near 1100 N. Sandusky/Yale 918-836-1828

LOST: shy, small, black, male terrier mix in the Battle Creek Golf area of BA. Last seen 9/9/11. His name is Cajun & his family misses him terribly. 918-872-9585

Apnea sleep kit, unused, cost $3200, now $400, reduced, 645-4470

‘01 Dodge Stratus body, gold, $500, 918-951-7534

‘94 Ford tailgate & bumper, $75. 918-728-5104

*Moving Sale*

cabinet

Antlers, 15 assorted pairs, $100. 918-836-6429

Decades Estate Sale 50% Off 11am-4pm, 2106 S St Louis Furniture, Home Decor & More

MOVING SALE Couches, TVs, Furniture, Clothing, Books & More 1320 S Rockford Ave, Sat 8am-3pm

Antique white china w/light, $300. 918-455-3947

Antique wood burning stove, hogshaped body, $100. 918-430-4732

Foundations Church Rummage Sale, Sat. 8-12. 4615 S. Darlington.

Fri & Sat 8-4, Sun AM- 1638 E. 55th St., baby, furn., seasonal, ETC.

Blinds, 1½” wood, Allen Roth, all sizes, $25. 918-625-5241

OU & OSU Football all Home & Away Games 1-800-781-2244 OKLAHOMATICKETS.COM

ESTATE SALE, FRI & SAT 8-5, Sunday 12-5, Antiques, ladies clothing 6-12, jewelry, Indian blankets, lots of misc,& 2 vehicle, 1015 Willow St. Sand Springs

* FINAL SALE DAY *

BIRDCAGES (2), lg., up to a Macaw, excellent, $300. 918-798-0718

Blazer, Wilsons, leather, womens small, black, unused $175. 955-3666

3360 Tickets for Sale

*******DOWNSIZING SALE******* Sat. 8-4. Kitchenware from small appliances to silverware. Priced to sell great selection of 33 records, books&cookbooks. 3733 S Sandusky

Estate Sales By Rita- Lots of Furniture!! Come to 804 N. Sheridan Mon-Sat 10-5

SAT 8-4- Clothes, infant to adult,

Binoculars, Nikon Action 7x35, $60. 918-287-4135

BIRDCAGE, lg., up to a Macaw, excellent, $150. 918-798-0718

MOVING SALE 1235 E 30th Pl. 8am Saturday, Beds, Desk, Persian Rug, TVs, Books, Coffee Tables, Mower, Clothing, Lamps.

Sat. 8-2. 8008 S 70th E Ave. computer desk, Treadmill, Christmas Decorations, Womens clothing & shoes, Boys coats, jeans, Household items etc.

Binoculars, 16x60 multi colored lens, in box, $75. 918-697-2615

1 Double Depth Lawn Crypt, Floral Haven, Phase 2 Field of Honor, Retail $9,995. Will sell for $2,995. Call afternoon, 918-663-8928

2 spaces in primary garden, companion bronze on granite, 2 other burial containers, 2 open/close Antique Victorian carved walnut fees. today’s market value $12,898, loveseat, ex cond $495. 918-638-1768 will sell for $8,495. 918-437-6458

Multi Family, Fri & Sat, 8am 5417 E. 37th St. (Fulton & 37th)

Sale Fri & Sat, 7-12pm, 9002 S. Lakewood Ave, Flat Screen TV, Klipsch Surround Sound, Clothes, Toys, Home Decor, Lamps, tables, Pliner Shoes, & Coach Purses.

3490 Merchandise Under $500

10 Family Team Sale 8-4, Sequoyah Prof. bldg parking lot, 2017 S. Elm Pl. HH, dvds, sports equip, TV’s, clothing, lamps, cycle helmets, bikes, jewelry & lots more!!

Fri & Sat 8-12. Furniture, baby/toddler items, toys, housewares, antique collectibles & much more! 36th & S. Florence Ave.

Multi-Family Sale. Sat. East on 117th off Mem. 8546 E. 117th Street

3490 Merchandise Under $500

Binoculars w/Digital Camera, $40. 918-809-3762

Multi-Family, 8-4, furn, housewares, nice women’s clothing & shoes, boxes of books-metaphysical & misc, elec garden tools, Clarisonic skin, & much more! 4121 E 86th St. between Harvard & Yale

*Multi-Family Garage Sale* 8616 South Pittsburg Ave, Tulsa Friday and Saturday 7 am-close, Treadmill, Furniture, Household Items, TV, Clothes, Toys, Etc.

60 Years Accumulation, antiques, fine china, crystal, silver, Nippon, Fostoria, clocks, 19th Century china cabinet & server, dining table & chairs, furn., women’s clothes size 4. CASH ONLY Sat. 9-12pm, 50% Off! 5350 E. 20th St.

3325 Memorial-Parks Cremation, Lots

2 plots, Memorial Park Cemetery, sec 6, lot 220, $1,750 each. 808-1007

3150 Garage Sales - Broken Arrow

2 Fam Moving/downsizing!Fri 12-6 Sat 8-3 Wood furn..bedrm set, sm Saturday 8-3, 205 W Edgewater St. table & chairs, bookcases, Loveseat-hideabed, Pflatzgraff MULTI VENDOR SALE Yorktown dishes & acc., house201 W. Houston hold much more!Country crossing. OCT 29th, 8am-3pm 111th & Mingo. 11211 S 94th E Ave

*4 Family Sale on 1 Block*

3210 Estate Auctions

Cat tower, custom 3 tier, $75, very nice 918-970-6663 / 906-9530 Cat towers, custom, 3 tier, 5’ very nice $140, 918-970-6663 / 906-9530 CD holder, glass front, shelves, $50. 918-455-3947

many

CDS, 15 for $15. Call for info 918-231-6843 Cedar beams 6x8x12, four for $320. 918-366-7678 Ceiling Fan brass extensions (14), never used, $25. 918-266-6099 Cell phone, T-Mobile 4G Sensation, open box, extras, $445. 918-271-2789 Ceramic Elephant, $60. 918-446-7277 Chainsaw, Craftsman, 16”, start, runs good, tuned up, $45. 341-7026 Chainsaw, Homelite, 16” bar, tuned up, case, $60. 918-341-7026 Chain saw, Husqvarna, 55cc, 18” bar, asking $100 obo. 918-836-4262 Chainsaw, Stihl, mod. 051, 30” bar, $225. 918-694-5554 Chainsaw, Stihl, mod. M30, 16” bar, ex. cond, $110. 918-694-5554 Chainsaw, Stihl 918-331-7854

MS

170,

$85.

Chairs, 2 elegant wing backs by Century, perfect, $395. 918-355-0036 Chairs 2 high back, very handsome w/area rug. $250. 918-836-7771 Chairs 2 high back, very handsome w/area rug. $250. 918-836-7771 Chairs, Broyhill leather, lg w/ hassocks $500. 918-266-2739 Chair, wood frame, large, plaid cushion, $40. 918-833-0014 Chandelier, $500. 918-698-1242 Chaps, biker, ladies, extra large, leather, like new, $45. 918-530-2412 Chest, Broyhill, cherry, $125. 918-697-0901 Chest,solid oak, Samuel Lawrence, Ex Cond., $95. 918-638-8837 Chicken house, portable, metal, holds 12 hens, $200. 918-543-3478 Child 2 speed red electric Dodge Charger car. $100. 918-246-0099 Children’s musical riding unicorn on a stick. $8. 918-357-2573 China cabinet hutch, Bassett,lighted, fruit wood, $95. 918-994-6834 China/hutch, 2 units, glass doors, solid wood,very nice, $450. 607-8068 Chipper-Vac,Troybilt, nice, new at Lowes $529, ask $350. 918-366-8759 Chop saw, DeWalt, type 1, $125, 918-371-6292 Christmas items, several Goebels & more, $150. 918-446-7277 Christmas ornaments (50) unused collectibles $100. 918-254-7762


Saturday, October 29, 2011

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

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3490 Merchandise Under $500

Christmas tree pre-lit, 10 set outdoor lights/bulbs, $100. 918-742-1291

Copier, Xerox 5014, needs repair or use parts, $15. 918-492-0046

Dog house, Dogloo, large, $50. 918-231-5639

Entertainment center, oak, holds 27” TV, oak drs, $175. 918-373-3021

Garage door opener, Craftsman, 1/2 hp-chain drive $100. 918-331-3822

Jackets, men’s leather, size large, $15. 918-245-4844

Christmas tree, pre-lit, 7.5’ Charleston Pine $25. 918-357-2573

Costume, Mickey Mouse, 12-24 mos, really cute! $10. 918-742-8624

Doghouse, extra large heavy duty, never used, $60. 918-245-2716

EVI large bone stimulator, $375. 918-613-8676

Garage Door opener, Craftsman ½ hp for 8’ door, $100. 918-260-5535

Jeans, Wrangler, 5 pr, 38x30, good cond, $40. 918-430-5825

Circuit breakers, Sq.D. 20 amp. Lot of 100, pulls. $300. 918-747-7955

Couch, Broyhill, flowered, new. $135. 918-361-7856

like

Doghouse, large heavy duty,never used, $40. 918-245-2716

Exercise bike, Winslow Pursuitdigital, unused, $75. 918-512-6762

Garage full of misc. items, dealers welcome. $400. 918-378-9114

Jewelry, rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets. $3. 918-622-8714

Clock, antique French, mantel, $300. 918-641-1127

Couch, Cranberry Plaid, Cond. $75. 918 260-8146

Ex.

Dog house, med, custom made out of 55 gal barrel $30. 918-955-7793

Exercise Equip, $60. 918-637-8208

Garden cart, Rubbermaid, 32x21x16, $60. 918-706-8543

Jogging Stroller, Kelty Kids, double, like new, $200. 918-815-1508

Clock, antique German wall, $325. 918-641-1127

Couch, Henredon, excellent condition, plaid, $300. 918-815-1508

Dog kennel pen 6x10x6’ high, chain link, never used, $175. 918-697-2615

Gas log set (vented), 18” gas w/ blower, in box, $90. 918-366-7678

Jon boat,alumacraft 10' & custom paint incl $300 cash. 918-734-9971

Clock, French marble, Exposed Escapement, $450. 918-641-1127

Couch, like new, 2 yr old, brown. $300 obo. 918-693-4469

Doll collection, 9 corn husk, $270. 918-286-1473

Generator, gas, Craftsman, 6,000 w, used once, $375 obo. 918-836-4262

Jungle gym, Little Tykes, 6’h 9’w 2 slides. $250. 918-245-8324

Clock,Maskique, time & temp, barometer, in box, $25. 918-625-5241

Couch & Loveseat, green plaid, $350. 918-286-1473

Dollhouse, Country Estate, over 3’ tall, alarm, as is $45. 918-645-2287

Glasses, Acee Blue tumbler gift set, $300 obo. 918-286-8560

Kitchen cabinet sideboard, antique, pic avail, $150, 918-224-7130

Clothes, men’s, women’s & teen’s, all sizes, $2. 918-622-8714

Couch & loveseat, leather off white w/ end recliners, $500. 918-282-9141

Dolls, Ken & Barbie w/wedding gown. $20. 918-834-8519

Facial Steamer, $65. 918-851-4949

Glasses, set of 6 Spuds McKensey highball. $25. 918-809-1700

Knife, Browning German mfg. large Stockman, $75. 918-698-1636

Coat, ladies, brown, long, $20. 918-742-8393

Couch, tan w/ maple wood trim, great condition. $100. 918-313-1238

Door, Interior 2 panel pine wood w/arch, like new $75. 918-543-4074

Fan, 12”, 3-speed, oscillating, like new. $25. 918-557-5363

Golf, 2011 Odyssey White Ice Rossie, 35" w/cover, mint, $75. 260-4959

Knife, Browning German mfg. small Stockman, $50. 918-698-1636

Coat, mens down, Tempco, tan, XL, excl. cond. $20. 918-622-3197

Countertops, laminate, very nice, beige, $100. 918-344-2662

Door, Interior 6 panel pine wood like new $55. 918-543-4074

Faucet, Delta, in box, bath, 4”, stainless. $50. 918-366-7678

Golf , 2 bags, 1 adult, 1 child’s, both for $25. 918-355-4557

Knife, Browning USA fix blade, $125. 918-698-1636

Coca-Cola CD rack, oak wood, $20. 918-557-0098

CPAP sleep apnea kit, unused, cost $3200, now $500. 918-645-4470

Door, solid wood, great for ofc or home, good cond, $135. 918-492-0046

Faucets, shower 5 piece bronze or satin, in box $60. 918-625-5241

Golf balls, good quality, 20 Pro V’s for $10, 918-346-8448

Knife, Case, USA, Texas special, folding hunter, $75. 918-698-1636

Coffee Table, charcoal w/glass top, very good Cond, $75. 918-815-1508

Crystal, Imperial Candlewick, 8 cups & sauces, $104. 918-641-1127

Door, storm, 918-693-1540

Fax Lexmark w/phone, $35. 918-833-1366

Golf balls, Wilson Ultra, sleeve, $1.75. 918-833-1366

Knife, Cold Steel Master Hunter, $65. 918-287-4135

Coffee Table, cherry, 2.5x4, $20, 918-245-5552

Crystal, Imperial Candlewick, 8 “ salad/luncheon plates, $96. 641-1127

Door, wood, like new, 36”x 79 1/4” good for office/home, $135 645-2287

Fax machine w/printer, $40 obo. 918-834-5624, 510-1380

Golf Callaway irons X-24, 4-pw, aw, sw, uniflex steel $300. 855-3664

Knife, hunting, Remington Sportsman, $27. 918-287-4135

Coffee Table, Duncan Phyfe, 1950’s,leather top,$100. 918-437-6653

Crystal stems, (3 sizes), 24 pieces, $500. 918-698-1242

Dresser, 6 drawer, $30. 918-313-1238

Fax / phone, Canon, uses thermal paper, features. $45. 492-0046

Golf clubs, 2 sets, 5 woods, 14 irons, bag, cart, $75. 918-652-0901

Knives, Case, various sizes, $45. 918-698-1636

FIE 12-ga double barrel shotgun, $200. 639-4036

Golf clubs King Cobra 3 & 5 woods graphite shafts $65/both. 605-8683

Kodak film & slide converter, used once. Like new, $50. 918-521-2771

File cabinet, drafting/map, 9-drawer, $350. 918-605-5463

Golf clubs Nike Slingshot irons 4-A wedge exc cond $150. 918-605-6668

Ladder/lumber rack, over cab, full size pickup, $185. 918-638-4832

File Cabinets (2), steel case, 5 drawer w/locks. $75. 918-497-0628

Golf clubs, Ping I-2 Black Dot, 6-SW, $150. 918-639-4036

Ladders (2) 6’, Werner aluminum. $40. 918-298-8967

Firebox, outside. $35. 918-267-6140

Golf Clubs, Titleist w/ bag & pull cart, 3 drivers, $290. 918-551-9639

Laminator, still in box, used, $145. 918-633-4108

Golf Clubs, Titliest oversize +, 3 thru PW, $165. 918-551-9639

Lamp, brass, $25. 918-712-9580

Coffee table, heavy glass oval top/ metal base, like new. $40. 455-4361 Coffee table, oak, ex. cond, $45. 918-272-4204 Coffee table, oblong, 1/2 glass top. $25. 918-455-4361 Coil Roofing Nailer, new Cond., $200. 918-574-1054 Coke, 6-pack, 32nd Super Bowl from 1998, $20. 918-267-6140 Coke machine, 10 cent, antique, $250. 918-577-5483 Coke machine, Coca Cola bottles, older upright, $250 obo 918-260-9505 Collectible Avon bottle collection, $10 all O.B.O. 918-245-2716 Comforter, queen, down, white, unused Select Comfort $65 357-2573 Comforter set, queen size. $35. 918-978-3426 Commode, stool 918-231-5475

&

tank,

$20.

Computer 120gb hd, P4, dvd/r cd/r, Winxp, 17” CRT, $120. 918-200-4378 Computer 19” flatscreen monitor. $130. 918-645-5608 Computer Battery Back-up. Omni 1000LCD $75. 918-994-4435 Computer Battery Back-up. Omni 900LCD $50 AGOM5357. 994-4435 Computer case on wheels, Samsonite, 5 zippers. $40. 918-357-2573 Computer, Dell desktop complete, screen, Win XP, $150. 918-933-1173 Computer, Dell Pentium 4 with 17 in. monitor, $125. 918-645-5608 Computer 918-371-4906

desk,

35x20.

$60.

36”

bronze,

$25.

Dresser, solid wood w/drawers, Cue sticks 2, 1 Budweiser & 1 reg- great Cond., $100. 918-270-4185 ular, in cases $30/both 918-955-7793 Dresser, triple w/2 mirrors, dark Dartboard, electronic, $10. wood, very nice, $250. 918-492-6013 918-978-3426 Dresser, white pine, w/bedside taDatsun 240Z Carbs & air cleaners. ble, 2 drawers, $300. 918-455-3947 $300. 918-232-0613 Dresser w/mirror & rollers, at Decanters, 40 Whiskey, choice $10. rest, mint cond. $475. 918-836-7771 918-266-1126 Drill press, heavy duty. $90. Deep freeze, upright Kenmore 918-742-7785 frostless, lg, ex., $300. 918-266-6099 Droid X2 Verizon, flawless, trade 2 Deer feeder, custom deluxe, lockfor iPhone 4S or $200. 918-938-2368 able, $400. B.A. 918-357-1049 Dryer, electric, nice, moving, Deer Feeders (2), Gravity Flow, must sell, $100. 918-938-8831 $20/both. 918-298-8967 Dryer, gas clothes, State, $125. Deer feeder w/ varmint protec918-813-5009 tion kit, $30. 918-298-8967 Dryer, gas, HD, Frigidaire, white, Deer platform, 360 hunting stand front load, $175. 918-815-3398 tree wrap around, $60. 918-298-8967 Dryer/gas, large capacity, nice, Dehumidifier, like new, only used must sell, $100. 520-440-3428 Tulsa twice, pd $155 sell $75. 918-638-8837 Dryer gas, Whirlpool Inglis, 4 cyc Dell Inspiron 1150, 512 mem, 30 g 3 temp white $120. 918-445-4737 HD, $165. 918-437-4016 Dryer, gas, Whirlpool, large, like D e s k , 4 ’ x 2 ’ , s o l i d o a k , $ 6 0 . new, $100. 918-639-2557 918-245-0968 Dryer, GE Profile, gas, in box, Desk & chair, antique, wicker, regular $750, $495, 918-521-7770 white, perfect cond $350. 494-9802 Dryer, Kenmore, $150. 918-851-4949 Desk & chest of drawers, $125. Dryer, Kenmore, electric, $85. 918-978-3426 918-747-7955 Desk w/chair, pecan, 41”, middle Dryer, Kenmore Ultra w/gas line, drawer, $125 obo. 918-955-5110 works well, $100. 918-270-1060 Digital TV convertor, $40. Dryer, Maytag Performa elec, 5 918-809-3762 cyl, oversized+, $150. 918-445-4737 Dinette set, 3 piece, $30. Dryer, Whirlpool elec, 2010, 7 cyl, 918-439-0491 super cap+, $185. 918-445-4737 Dinette set, black wrought iron, 4 Dryer, Whirlpool super capacity. chairs w/glass, $75. 918-749-8271 $75. 918-955-8052

Computer desk, $45. 918-978-3426 Computer, E Machine w/flat screen monitor, $95. 918-645-5608 Computer, HP w/ terminal & printer good cond $140. 918-510-6392

Magic,

Extension cord, 100 ft., 20 amp heavy duty, $65. 918-706-9595 Facial Bed, $75. 918-851-4949

Fireplace heater, elec w/blower, Charmglow, $30. 918-269-9544 Fireplace insert, unused, 26x26”, $100. 918-224-7130

gas,

Fireplace mantel, 918-373-3021

$150.

oak,

Fireplace mantle, wood, scrolled, $150. 918-267-6140 Firewood rack $30. 918-728-0541

Fishing, 2 glass minnow traps w/ letters, choice $50. 918-266-1126 Fishing lures, over 100, nice. Choice $3. 918-834-3033 PM Fishing reel pinnacle Avst 10 (used) Sapulpa $25. 918-808-2830 Fishing reel, Zebco Omega 33, $30. 918-834-3033 PM Fishing rod & reel, $5. Call 918-557-9043

Fitness recumbent bike, Schwinn, good Cond, $75. 918-252-5473 no

pads,

$150.

Floor polisher, commercial grade, $100. 918-284-0832

Ford 302 new parts, lifters. $30. 918-644-0805

DVD/MP3 player w/remote, Magnavox $20. 918-745-0753 Ext 144

Ford 302 new parts, push rods $30. 918-644-0805

DVD player, $60 obo. 918-834-5624, 510-1380

Ford 302 new parts, timing belt & gears. $30. 918-644-0805

Edelbrock carb w/elect. choke, alum. intake, $350. 918-251-0073

Ford 9” differential 3.70 trac locker, $400. 918-232-0613

Edlebrock 600 carb w/ electric choke. $125. 918-759-8869

Ford hubcaps for 15” wheels, good cond., $475. 918-266-6099

Edlebrock tall aluminum valve covers. $50. 918-759-8869

Framed pictures, garden scenes, 23-38”, $65 obo. 918-955-5110

Electric fireplace, $95. 918-955-5110

Free horse manure & gravel ¾”, you load & haul. 918-231-5819

Dining rm table only, oak, round, 1 leaf, ex cond. $150. 918-815-1508

Computer, P4, 2.70 gHz, 40 gb hard drive, 17” LCD, $150. 918-645-5608

Dining room table w/6 chairs, 1 leaf, $50. 918-585-5848

Computer Router: Linksys Wireless-G WRT54Gx2 $70. 918-994-4435

Din Rm Furn, Shaker style table, 4 chairs/hutch,$400obo. 918-376-6182

Computer table, commercial dual hydraulic, Exc., $85. 918-378-2541

Din Rm table w/leaf, wood,seats 8-10 comfortable, $50. 918-382-9080

Concession equip., cheese warmer/ dispenser $150. 918-724-3766

Dishes, blue/white Johnson Bros Coaching Scenes, $225. 918-286-7726

Concession equipment, cooker. $350. 918-724-3766

corndog

End tables, 918-261-1290

Dishes, books, clothes, misc. knick knacks, all must go $200. 693-4469

Concession equipment, hotdog cooker / warmer $400. 918-724-3766

End Tables, square, wood w/amber glass tops. $30. 918-371-1907

Dishes, cherry blossom, 26 pieces, $200. 918-640-1238

Concession equipment, squeezer. $100. 918-724-3766

lemon

Ent. cabinet, brown, solid wood, claw feet really nice, $150. 286-8560

Dishes, serves 6, white bubble glass, A. Hocking,$50. 918-437-6653

Ent center, 6 Ft. tall, $60. 918-813-0543

Concession equipment, steam pan. $50. 918-724-3766

Dishwasher, 2011 Whirlpool, like new, $200. 918-841-5239

Ent center, adjustable shelves, oak, large, $55 obo. 918-949-3656

Concrete rebar supports, 1000 count, $70. 918-638-4832

Dishwasher, 918-313-1238

$50.

Ent center, black, holds alot but compact, nice,$45 obo. 918-949-3656

Construction Dog house, steel construction, $500 OBO. 918-521-9583

Dodge Dakota 918-706-8543

$140.

Ent. center, creamy light yellow, perfect cond, $400. 918-494-9802

Copier, Canon Pixma, like new, $30. 918-371-1463

Dog Box, Hunter’s. $350. 918-720-9030.

Ent Center, oak, bottom shelves holds 40” TV,$125 obo. 918-955-5110

Copier, scanner compact printer #A-3000. $50. 918-481-1663

Dog carrier by Petmate, med. size, $30. 918-627-1405

Entertainment center, 3 shelves, 1 glass. $80. 918-622-8714

Copier Stand, steel, lots of storage, $50. 918-492-0046.

Dog Feeder elevated w/2 ss bowls, food bin, poo pickup, $30. 252-0565

Entertainment center holds 42” tv. $55. 918-606-3426

Electric tacker, carpet installer style. $100. 918-398-7191 glass,

(2),

$60.

Freon R12 older cars, complete recharge kit, $40. 918-252-7621 Fuel tank, 3’x6’ metal, make great smoker, good cond. $150. 639-2557 Furnace, floor, lg reconditioned, 22”x32” box/grill, $425. 918-583-6264 Furnace, Rheem 100,000 BTU upflow, 80% AFUE $175 918-636-1179 Furnaces (2) 5 ton w/A coil & condenser $400. After 7pm 918-636-0229 Furnace, York central upflow 120,000 BTU. $150. 918-331-3822 Futon bed 918-585-5848

frame,

metal,

$10.

Games, (35) Gameboy Advance, $120 for all. 918-549-0284 Game table w/chairs on casters, all wood, ex cond $140. 918-510-6392 Garage door opener, Craftsman, 1/2 hp, $25. 918-481-3300 iPhone 3G, 8 GB, $75. 918-640-9829

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Golf, old irons & drivers, cheap, $20. 918-282-7572

Gown, formal, navy, sleeveless, w/sash, $100. 918-955-7948 Owasso Granite, 39’ Venetian gold, $399. 918-804-8679 Grill, gas w/side burner, lava rocks & propane, $65. 918-749-8271 Grill, rotisserie, Ronco Showtime, $25. 918-493-7104 Grill, Sunbeam gas Grillmaster, $75. 918-252-5473

Grinder, type 3, Black & Decker, $40. 918-371-6292 Guitar, bass amplifier, Peavey. $150. 918-740-1406 Guitar, jr. sized, Stella, older, $40. 918-267-6140 Guitar, Yamaha, 918-740-1406

bass.

$60.

Gun bluing system, Brownells complete w/extras $500.918-695-2222 Gun bluing system, exhaust hood & motor, $500. 918-695-2222 Gun cabinet (6), oak, beautiful, $99. 918-855-5771 Gun cabinet, 918-231-5475

very

nice,

$80.

Gun, reloading, electronic digital scales, $75. 918-652-0901 Gun stock, rare fold-under, Smizer style, min. 14/30, $150. 652-0901 Gun stock, Remington 700, 7 mag, BDL, $100. BA 918-357-1049 Gun stock, Rugar 10/22 Target, laminated, $100. BA 918-357-1049 Halloween costume, girls med. 7/8 butterfly princess. $5. 918-274-7406 Halloween costumes, childrens sz 7-10 black cat. $5. 918-274-7406 Hard drive, external enclosure, 3.5, PC/Mac, hi-spd, $42 645-2287 Harley carb, windshield, handle bars, intake, all $300. 918-497-6849 Harley-Davidson Corbin seat & handlebars, $200. 918-836-8017 Harley-Davidson, Electriglide, 2 mufflers, stock, ‘08, $60. 798-5984 Hat Rack clothing combo, wooden, $20. 918-269-9544 Headboard, double/queen, solid light (honey) oak, $95. 918-355-1236

Lamps (2), for end table, still in box, $80, 918-518-5508, 918-504-3332 Lamps, beautiful, $100. 918-617-3141 Lamps, floor, (2), $40 for both. 918-893-2789 Lamp shade light/plant combo, , 3 tier w/glass& gold, $20. 918-269-9544 Laptop ‘04 Acer Dell needs reprogrammed $75. 918-378-9114 Laptop,Acer Aspire,like new,6 Mo. old, pd $675, $350 obo. 918-836-4262 Laptop, Apple iBook G3, $100. 918-899-6187 Laptop, Aspire, 250g HD, 3g mem, wide screen, $375. 918-704-2787 Laptop, Dell D610, 2mb, 80 gb hard drive, wi-fi, $150. 918-704-2787 Laptop, Dell D610, 2mb, 80 gb hard drive, wi-fi, $175. 918-704-2787 Laptop, MacBook, Snow Leopard, fresh battery, $450. 918-899-6187 Lawn edger, gas, 3.5 hp, Briggs, 4 wheel, like new, $149. 918-638-1768 Lawn mower, 1993 Dixon zero turn 42”, works. $500. 918-246-9167 Lawn mower, Honda, self propel, 6 mos old. $250. 918-636-9056 Lawn mower, Poulan 22” self prop, good cond., $115. 918-437-5632 Lawnmower, riding, 10 hp, 30” cut, good cond, $350. 918-437-5632 Lawnmowers (2), weedwhackers (6), $100. 918-284-0832 Lawn mower, Snapper, runs good, starts w/1 pull $80. 918-286-2771 Lawnmower, Toro ‘08 6.5, 22” self propelled like new $225. 251-3299 Leafblower, Echo, backpack, PB-413H, runs great, $150. 341-7026 Leafblower, Weedeater, Featherlight, tuned up, $35. 918-341-7026 Lexus headrests '05 ES 330, fits other yrs, gray, $250. 918-346-3499 Life vest, childs’, Body Glove, for 30-50 lbs, $20. 918-955-7948 Owasso LIFT chair for handicap, never used, pd $750, ask $500. 918-224-6191 Lighters 1950's Zippo and Ronson Petite $20. Sapulpa 918-808-2830 Loveseat, Early American, $50, 918-369-4226 Loveseat, good condition, $45. 918-524-4193 LP Albums, $1. 918-697-0901

Heater, kerosene, worth $100, sell $50. 918-812-5933

Makeup mirror, lighted/magnified, rnd, double sided, $25. 918-855-7589

Heater, portable, Craftsman, kerosene, like new, $50. 918-321-5160

Mandolin, Fender, electric. $150. 918-232-7113

Helmet, motorcycle, Snell M85-DOT, large, $75. 918-251-3299

Mandolin, great shape, looks really nice. $125. 918-706-5522

Hi-Fi, Sony Mini, 2 speakers, radio, CD’s, $50. 918-371-4906

Mannequin, full size female, $150. 918-693-7394

Hitch, 5th wheel, Reese, $300. 918-398-7744, 918-263-2529

Mannequin, 918-693-7394

Home Cinema System,in box, Jamo E500PDD.2, $180. 918-406-1714

Mantel raw oak, ready for paint/stain, 71x10, $125. 918-698-1557

Home decor - inspirational w/ candles. $10. 918-978-3426

Mantel,white& surround, 70”x9½”, adjust opening, $225. 918-698-1557

Honda Goldwing 1970’s Vetter Tour pack, $200. 918-836-2518

Massage chair, brown, up & down back, $350 new, only $65. 271-2789

Horse bridle w/6 ft. reins, $60. 918-706-8543

Mattress & box, double pillowtop, full, w/frame, $80. 918-445-5154

Horse shoe hat & coat rack, 6 Ft., $200. 918-428-2223

Mattress & box springs, queen, pillowtop, $80. 918-445-5154

Hotwater natural gas tank, Bosch tankless, $250. 918-346-3499/850-4142

Mattress, full Futon, $100. 918-893-2789

Hot water tank, A.O. Smith 50 gal, gas, never used, $425. 918-640-1808

Meat grinder, extra large, manual, stainless steel $35. 918-955-7793

Hot Wheels tracks, cars included, $15 for all. 918-955-7948 Owasso

Metal detector, Fisher, 12-66 w/3 loops, $425 cash/trade. 918-428-3587

Hunting seat, Big game. $20. 918-298-8967

Microwave, $20. 918-269-9544

Indian dolls, 7 pieces, Heritage Signature, $120 for all, 918-267-6140 Industrial Safety Cones (11) Caution/mop bucket, $75. 918-373-4884 Iron by Oreck, never used, $30. 918-627-1405 Iso Source medical liquid food, $30 for case. 918-728-0541

Jacket, biker’s, leather, ladies, size 42W, $45. 918-530-2412 Jacket, Carhartt, insulated, 3X, never worn, $60. 918-671-6786 Jacket, leather, 3x black, very good Cond, $40. 918-607-1864 Jacket, mens suede leather, sz Med, never used, $30. 918-812-9025 Jacket Mink, blue & black, Miss Jackson’sm/l,$500.918-605-0499 msg Jacket Mink, dark Ranch, M/L, $500. 918-605-0499 Leave Message

To advertise, call 918-581-8510.

Lamps, (2) floor lamps, still in box, $100, 918-518-5508, 918-504-3332

Magazines, Sooner illustrated. 250+ editions. $350. 918-724-4020

Image transfer, for putting film, slides, photos on video $20. 994-6834

7x8_A

Lamp, glass full of shells, $25. 918-712-9580

Headboard, queen oak bookcase w/ metal frame $60. 918-445-5154

Jacket, big man’s, black leather coat, 5 - 6X $100, 918-381-0324

Brick Layer & Stone Mason in your Tulsa World Classifieds Service Directory or at tulsaworld.com/worldlist

never

Lamp, Hummel, A-1 condition, $125. 918-446-7277

Golf, driver, King Cobra, $45. 918-638-4832

Grinder (angle), DeWalt, type 1, $60, 918-371-6292

Fishing Zebco reel & rod, $15. 918-834-3033

Floor buffer, 918-946-9241

Golf discs, collectible, thrown, $20. 918-694-2800

Golf Titliest brass Bulls Eye (RH) putter $20. Sapulpa 918-808-2830

Fishing, 15’ Surf Rod, $30. 918-355-4557

Ducks Unlimited Rich N Tone duck call. $10. 918-834-3033

Computer, notebook, HP, never used, $300. 918-613-8676

hood,

Leg

Ford 302 new parts, cam shaft. $30. 918-644-0805

Dining/game table w/6 chairs, handcarved oak, $500, 918-749-1501

new,

Exercise machine, $150. 494-9802

Dryer, Whirlpool Ultimate care, HD, super cap, $95. 918-638-8837

Computer hutch, oak finish, like new, $50. 918-284-0832

like

Exercise equip, Crossbar by Weider & Body by Jake $500. 231-5639

Jacket, pullover, OSU, medium, never worn $40. 918-530-2412 K-trolly, spotless, $25. 918-712-9580

male,

body,

$65.

Mike Ditka restaurant puzzle & button, $20. 918-671-6786 Mirror 3’x6’ beveled corners. $30. 918-261-1690 Mirror, beautiful, antique looking, $100. 918-617-3141 Mirror, large 3-ring oval, decorated. $70. 918-371-1907 Mirrors, lrg 918-261-1290

decorative,

$25.

Mixer, 1950’s, 2 small bowls, $30. 918-437-6653 Mobility chair, needs work, as is $85. 918-437-5632 MODEL airplane balsa wood, $50. 918-835-6880 Model train layout, N scale, w/track, transformer, $300.261-8259 Motorcycle boots, black leather, ladies sz 9, like new $35. 734-8284 Motorcycle helmet w/shield, Bell Zephur, ex cond, $75. 918-815-1508 Motorcycle jacket,M, Joe Rocket Phoenix mesh, $120, 918-245-0968 Motorcycle rainsuit, never worn, size large, $75. 918-286-1473 Mouse - Microsoft wheel mouse optical, USB, PC/Mac, $5. 492-0046


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3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3 Pistol KelTec P3AT .380 black 6+1 Color Breakdown: CCW, unfired $260. 918-892-3052

Movie projector & screen, Bell & Howell, good cond, $75. 510-9628

Oven, New Wave, as seen on TV, $70. 918-551-9639

Picnic table set, concrete, benches, $175. 918-231-5475

Mower, riding, Craftsman LT 3000, 20 hp, 42”, $500. 918-331-7854

Paint, artistic oils & mediums, $300 value, $99. 918-224-7130

Picnic Table, wooden, $50. 918-813-0543

Mule Deer Head, 16 point rack, long neck, brown. $100 918-836-6429

Paintball gun, auto Fury w/acces., large case. $100. 918-378-9114

Muzzle loader, traditional stainless 50 cal/scope, $175. BA 357-1049

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

Plant stand,spiral 24” dia, 48” tall, hold 5 plants $30 cash. 918-428-3587

Powerwheels Pontiac Soltice 12 volt. $100. 918-955-7793

Pistol, M1 carbine, .30 cal, Enforcer, w/scope, $500. 918-652-0901

Plastic Plexiglass boxes, removable base. 5 @ $19.95. 918-250-6886

Printer, dot matrix, Epson, good cond. $45 918-645-2287

Pillar, beautiful, decorative, like new Cond., $18. 918-665-3698

Pistol, NAA Guardian 380 SS,semiauto, warranty $399 firm 519-1716

Plate, musical, Frank Sinatra, $30. 918-451-3646

Printers Stand on rollers, Excellent Cond., $15. 918-994-6834

PC Monitor, 15 inch flat panel, Like new IBM, $35. 918-665-3698

Ping Pong Table, 2 nets, paddles & balls, $75. 918-809-8751

Pistol, Rossi 2" .357 Blue, unfired in box, $425 gun trade 918-504-6314

Playhouse, Little $100. 918-245-8324

Projector screen Radiant Glow Ex. Cond., $20. 918-994-6834

My First Collectible Doll, $22. 918-760-9266

Pedestal sink, bathroom, w/Delta fixture, unused, $50. 918-261-1290

Pipes, 200 old tobacco smoking pipes, choice $5. 918-266-1126

Pistol Ruger LC9-9mm 7+1, unfired CCW, $352. 918-892-3052

C:0, M:60, Y:100, K:0

Play Station II slim w/15 games, $75. 918-549-0284

Purse, authentic 918-810-9595

Chanel.

$150.

Nascar Beanie/cars. All your favorite drivers, $10. 918-296-8009

Pellet stove, 3” vent pipe, complete in box. $150. 918-366-7678

Pipe threader & dies, $100. 918-638-4832

Pistol Ruger, P95 9 mm, 2 mags, 15+1 unfired. $323. 918-892-3052

Poker table w/400 poker chips, in aluminum case, $65. 918-607-1864

Purse, authentic 918-810-9595

Coach.

$125.

National Geographic (325) $40. 918-455-4361

Pepsi machine w/5 flavors, great cond, $250 obo. 918-955-9450

Tile,tripod Linoleum & $300. Repair Pipe vice rigid 918-638-4832

Pistol, Ruger Vicaro .357, $400. 918-331-7854

Polar Bear Skull, $100. 918-836-6429

Purse, authentic Dooney & Burke. $100. 918-810-9595

Necklace, freshwater pearl, 24” long, triple strand $199obo 296-8009

Percolator, electric, 9 cups, works. $10. 918-834-8519

Pistol, .45 cal semi-auto, $350. 918-948-2348

Pistol, Sig Sauer P232, Tritium night sights, $500. 918-706-3989

Nightstand, black lacquer w/gold trim, 2 drawers, $30. 918-272-4204

Phone. Cordless Uniden 2.4 GHz. Msg w/4 handsets $35. 918-994-4435

Pistol, 9mm excam, like new, $400 obo. 918-273-2433

Pistol, S&W .38 Special, laser grips, like new, $500 firm. 808-6100

Night stand w/ drawer, mahogany, $80 for set obo 918-955-5110

Phone, Uniden cordless digital answering, 3 handsets, $45. 274-7406

PISTOL - Ammo, 9mm, power ball, 100 gr. 20/box $15. 918-520-4469

Pistol, S&W 64-2 2" .38 stainless like new$425 gun trade.918-504-6314

Nike Sasquatch 3W stiff flex shaft, $30. 918-639-4036

Piano, art deco, Storey & Clark, console need refinish $100. 378-2541

PISTOL - Ammo, brass, 9mm, 250 pieces, $20. 918-520-4469

Pistol,S&W 67 4" .38 Stainless, like new $475, pistol trade. 918-504-6314

Nintendo DS Lite, games, as new, $90. 918-645-8794

Piano, Baldwin 918-252-5473

Pistol ATI-CS9 20 rnd mag, unfired, $315. 918-892-3052

Pistol Taurus 357 snub nose nickel plate hammerless $500 918-724-7050

Nitro RC truck, $50. 918-640-9829 Office desk, $20. 918-617-3141

Piano Keyboard, never used! Self plays! In orig box $125.918-749-7119

Pistol, Fie 22 Magnum, $225. Gary 918-724-7050

Pistol, Taurus 85 SS revolver 2” bbl CTC laser. $500. 918-519-1716

Oil filters, 5 Lexus/Toyota, fits ‘05 ES & others, $35. 918-346-3499

Piano, upright, good cond, $175, Delivered Tulsa area. 918-734-2181

Pistol, Glock 22, 40 cal, 3 magazines, $490 obo. 918-519-9373

Pistol, Taurus, auto, PT940, 40 cal, like new, in box $450. 918-366-8759

OU Blanket, $30 obo. 918-451-3646

Poker Table, $10. 918-742-8393

Pistol holster, Comp-Tac, IWB, for Glock 21SF, $45. 918-430-5825

Pistol, Walther P22, LTD, Edition .22LR, 3.4, 5” unfired $500. 519-1716

magazines

Acronic,

$200.

Home Improvement

60%

20%

Tykes,

pink,

Pool Table, 6’, all accessories, good shape, $250. 918-625-1311 Pool table felt, various colors, never used, $55. 918-254-5581. Pool table light, Budweiser, bottle shape on “ice” $200. 254-5581 Pool table pockets, leather fringe, $75. 254-5581 Port-a-jack kit, Sunex, professional, $30. 918-371-6292 Portrait prints, $30. 918-720-9030. Posts, 2 count, 4x4x8’ long, treated, never used, $6. 918-245-2716 Power inverter 500 Watt, still in package. $50. 918-530-2412 Rocking chair, $75. 918-637-8208

Purse, Coach, copper color, nice, $50. 918-234-3488 Quilt, Cathedral handmade, appraised $750, $300, 918-872-6050. Quilt racks, 918-371-1463

wooden,

(2),

$30.

Quilts, antique, excellent condition, w/quilt rack, $195. 918-798-5779 Race ramps, great for lowered vehicles, $200. 918-493-7104 Rack w/clothes for Build-A-Bears, $150 obo. 918-451-3646 Radar Detector, Escort 8500, w/smart cord, $120. 918-639-7394 Radial Arm Saw, Dewalt 7730, $175. Call 918-406-5717

Service Directory To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

Drywall

Service Directory

Automotive Automotive Services

$ JUNK CARS “R” US We Buy & Haul Off Cars Dead or Alive, We Pay Cash! Call Jerry 918-261-9736

Electronics

Health & Beauty

Computers/Electronics

Fitness-Personal Trainer

To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

Computer Equipment working or not, any brand - recycle by donating to Goodwill. Locations go to www.goodwilltulsa.org or call 918-581-1200

Drywall Repairs, mud, tape, texture & painting. 25 yrs. exp. 918-779-5595

Service Directory

*A Junk Car Buyer* *918-445-4711*

JON’S MOBILE AUTO REPAIR Will come to your home or office! ASE certified. Gas & diesel. $40 Estimates. 918-955-7748

for Old Cars, Trucks & Tractors! 918-740-0550

Any condition! No title? Fair, Honest, & Dependable. Tulsa area. 918-724-3556 / 918-724-5398

Farm & Ag Business

TRACTOR Bobcat, Dozer, Backhoe, Dump truck, BBB A+ Certified, Free Est. Visa/Mc. (918)378-7380

New Carpet At Used Carpet Prices, Make Offer. Rolls Or Remnants. Carpet, Tile & Laminate. Open 7 Days A Week. 10am Til Dark. 6580 E 40th St. 918-836-9696

Budget Imports

National Home Construction Siding, Windows & All Remodeling 100% Financing 918-831-0006, 918-691-1733

Install-Sand-Finish - Old Floors Made New. Gyms - Residential Since 1950. Insured. 918 835-8789 malonefloors@tulsacoxmail.com

We get the job done! Over 30 years of experience. 20% off Bathrooms, Patios & Decks. Call for your free estimate. 918.271.0050

Roofing, Guttering

Garage Door Installation

G & L Custom Carports - Carports, garages, RV covers & patio covers. CC accepted. 918-869-8418 www.glcarports.com

Bookkeeping Professional Bookkeeper 20 yrs construction background. Reasonable rates for today’s economy! Call Leann O’Dell 918-948-2552

Get your doors ready for the Fall season with B&B DOORS 24 Hr. Service. Sr Citizen Discount, 35 Yrs experience 695-5226 or 695-3181

Concrete, Asphalt

ALL CONCRETE WORK

Tear out & Replace, No Job too small Call 918-955-8319

Healthcare

Residential/Commercial, Service/ Installation, Your Garage Door & Electric Operator Headquarters, 3829 E. Apache, 918-834-5795 americanoverheaddoortulsa.com

Quality paint, repairs. 30 yrs exp. Tile & carpentry. Out of state work too. Free Est. Call anytime 918-805-0059

Personal Assistant

24 hour Caregiver, Housecleaning, Babysitting, Appointments and Errands. References Available. Call 918-951-5906

All Types of Roofing Repairs, Reroofs & Leaks. Free Estimates. Ok. Lic. # 80000086 & Insured Call 24/7. 918-615-6530

10% off with this coupon. Tearout, Replace drive sidewalks & patios. Insured. BBB Member. Also haul gravel. Free Est.Call 918-402-6148

House of Color Painting Int/Ext Drywall repair/ texture. Sr Disc. Insured 20yr Exp. Ref. Free Est. 918-289-5317

••HALF-PRICE PAINTING••

48 years Experience. Call Charlie 918-369-6959

Home Care Agencies

NO JOB TOO SMALL

Tear out and replace. Patios, driveways, sidewalks, retainage walls. Free estimates. 918-381-7238

Affordable Painting Int./Ext. Paper Inst & Removal, Drywall Repair, Free est. & Ref. Sr. Discounts 378-3309

JEFF LINDUFF CONCRETE 20 yrs experience. Local. Residential driveways, patios, sidewalks. No job too small. 918-933-2503

EXPERIENCED lady looking for light housework & will run errands.918-587-7405 or 918-688-6710

TEDDERS ROOFING

Tear offs, Re-decks, Cover overs, patch & repairs. Free estimates. Local. Scott Tedder 918-504-2444

Christian Family House Cleaning Service. Low prices, Quality Work References Available 918-955-8319

MAYFIELD ROOFING &STEEL ROOFING, 15 Years Exp, Licensed Adjuster on staff. Lowest price possible. 918-853-2281

PRO 24 Track Mobile Recording Services. Demo’s, Live Events, Albums, & Ep’s. Best Rates. Call:918-200-3298

Education/Careers

WISDOM HOME HEALTHCARE, LLC Quality affordable home health for your loved one. Call Amber 918-852-5659

Job Coach

Qualified in home or personal care Family Oriented Care Givers 24/7. References available, 25 years experience & certified. 918-645-1836

Massage

STAINED STAMPED DRIVEWAYS, SIDEWALKS, PATIO EXTENTIONS, TEAR OUT AND REPLACE, FREE ESTIMATES C-918-230-0067 O-918-494-5859 FULLY INSURED.

20% OFF SPECIAL

•Tile & Counter tops •Remodeling •Driveways •Room Additions •Patios •Concrete. 918-857-0503

Custom Building Career Coaching & Counseling Career assessments, job search & interview skills, & resumes. Jenks based career coaches will tailor services to your needs. Email ThePeoplePortal@cox.net or call 480-225-4861 for further info.

A.T. Manke Roofing Co., Low Cost & High Quality Roofing. Insured, CIB #80000440, 918.576.3832 atmankeroofingco.com

FREE ESTIMATE 918-231-1773 or 918-231-8244

2 Sister’s & a Mop, Experienced household cleaning for a great rate! Ref’s Available! Bring own products! 918-277-4088 The Corners Are As Clean As The Middle of The Floor, Experienced, Refs. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 918-850-8148 Phyllis’s Help Service. House Keeping from A-Z. Affordable, Reliable, & References available. 918-430-8725

CHRISTIAN PAINTERS LTD. Int/Ext Painting & Repair. 28yrs of excellence, Free estimates Call Jim 918-241-3560

REROOFING FLAT ROOF Specialist REPAIRS Comm & Residential. Best Leak Man In Town . 40 Yrs Free Est 918-724-2623

A+ BEST PRICE IN TOWN Exterior and Interior Painting, Wallpaper, Strip, Hang and Faux Finishing. 40 years experience Cell 918-406-5642 or 918-451-6511

Able Roofing & Construction Comm. & Residential. Complete jobs or repairs. Free Estimates! 30 yrs exp, 918-759-2240 BBB

RAINBOW PAINTING Int/Ext Specialist. Great Rates, all repairs, fences/decks, Insured, Free estimates. BBB A+Rating! Licence #19330. Call 918-695-4141

Superior Quality, Licensed, Insured, Bonded, Free Estimates. Call 918-691-9020

Remodeling, Room Additions

Carmen’s Cleaning

Res/Comm, 25% off 1st cleaning, 20 yrs experience, References, Guaranteed, Insured. Call today 918-402-6806 or 918-313-9683

Interior/ Exterior Residential/ Commercial Free Est. 918-813-9864

“Always With You” Home Care Services Offering Private Duty Sitting & Skilled Nursing Services. 1 hour to 24 hours, 7 days a week References available. 918-770-2159

Veresa Cleaning Service Cleaning & Organizing. 10 years experience References available. Call 918-902-2372 or 918-734-2155

GUTTER CLEANING

HOUSE PAINTING

Creative

CASH FOR Washers & dryers working or non-working 918-955-8052

BEST ROOFS BY FITZGERALD Fully insured. BBB Honor roll. Call Don 918-271-7172

TOP DOLLAR CASH

CALL the Middle Man!

Appliance Repair

Housecleaning

FOR JUNK CARS and TRUCKS Call Today! 918-260-7990

Recording Studio

Screens, new or rescreens, glass cut to size. House, Apt., Rentals. Free est. BBB member. VISA, MC. FORT APACHE GLASS & LUMBER + MINI STORAGE 918-425-5902

Household Services

FAST & AFFORDABLE! No job too small. Driveways, slabs, sidewalks, patios & more! Lopez Construction 918-946-4468

•••BEST PRICES••• Int/Ext, Carpentry, All Repairs, Decks, Textures, 3 Yrs, Free Est. 289-1038

WE LOVE JUNK CARS

Windows/Screens

Carport, Patio, Awnings

HealthyLiving Home Care, Need assistance with keeping your loved one at home? Let us assist you. Private Nursing & Pay. Ask for Tee 918-313-2685

VEHICLES TOWED 35 & UP, YOU CALL, WE HAUL. CALL BOE at 918-288-7080

Robert Tyson 918-361-7075

20% OFF SPECIAL

Carpet, tile, laminate &wood Wide Selection! Professional Installation, Free Measurements, Call Frank at 918-850-9678

Tile, economical Kitchen/Bath Remodel & Repair, small jobs welcome, 918-855-5912 www.taskrenovations.com

•Tile & Counter tops •Remodeling •Driveways •Room Additions •Patios •Concrete. 918-857-0503

Painting/Wallpaper Top $$$ For your late model wrecked or disabled car or truck 918-633-5578 or 918-234-3141

Commercial/Residential Remodeling. Windows, Doors, Kitchens, Decks, Fencing, Roofs-Hot Tar, Painting, 918-852-8212

Carpet/upholstery To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

Health Care/Therapeutic A&A Auto Buyer Paying Top Dollar. All Makes, Any Condition. Running or not. 918-836-7508

Professional refinishing repair & installation of hardwood, carpet, laminate & tile. Affordable. Free Estimates. Call 918-946-7161

$5 off iPhone, iPod, game console repair. $49 virus removal. Free computer repair diagnostics. While you wait service available. 3501 S. Sheridan Rd. 918-664-6342

Financial Buying cars, trucks, vans etc

Midwest Tile & Remodeling

Custom Tile Work-Specializng in Kitchen & Bath remodels.

Assessment! Group classes are available! 918-691-9323

Home Improvement

Tractor Work

$$WE PAY CASH$$

Floor Finishing

Tile, Linoleum, Ceramic

Specializing in Handicap Bathrooms 918-850-9218 405-793-0711

Certified Personal Training To advertise, call 918-583-2121. Your Home or Office. Free

HOME COMPUTER Rebuilding & Repair Call Gary 918-895-3801 GEkstrum@aol.com

Service Directory

Buyer, Cars, Trucks & Vans, Running or Not. No Title- No Problem!Honest & Dependable 918-946-0878 or 704-0399

Remodeling, Room Additions

No nonsense cleaning specialized to Your needs. Maxwell Cleaning Service is bonded, insured & yet affordable. Regular Service or one time cleaning. Call 918-406-7784. Clean by Nature! Clean, organize, paint, Etc. References 918-712-9580

Plumbing

GARCIA ROOFING

Siding 918-269-3774 Siding as Low as $1.99 /sq. ft. Installed, Siding Repairs, Roofing & Repairs. Fully Insured.

10% OFF for Seniors, Teachers, Vets and Firefighters. Insured and Bonded *NO CHARGE FOR AFTER HOURS CALLS* 918-949-3598

Tile, Linoleum, Ceramic Reasonable Rates

Call today to make an appointment. 918-813-0543 massagesbymiguel@yahoo.com

JOHN HARGER Pole Building and Barn Co. Commercial & Residential! 46 years experience, 918-245-2151

Complete Remodeling,

New Construction & Restoration We do it right for less. Commercial & Residential. Member BBB. Call 918-378-2895

Tile & Ceramic Work

Tear out & Replace. No Job too small! 918-955-8319

Easky Plumbing Service Repairs & New Constructions Licensed & Bonded 918-327-5788 or 918-313-0727


Saturday, October 29, 2011

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

Rifle, Remington model 550-1, 22 Color Breakdown: auto. $275. 918-680-1564

Radiator, ‘75 Dodge truck 4 core copper $150. 918-367-5350.

Refrigerator, clean, 18 cu ft w/ice maker,good cond,$150. 918-438-0103

Rifle 30-rd magazine for AR-15, $15. 918-287-4135

Ram Head, big horns, long neck, white. $100. 918-836-6429

Refrigerator, Whirlpool, 18 cu.ft. $200. 918-606-3426

Rifle, .50 918-948-2348

$80.

Range, Tappan, 1 yr old, propane, white, $400. 918-344-2662

Refrigerator, Whirlpool, old style, inside freezer, $45. 918-946-9241

Range top, GE, black glass, like new, $135. 918-366-8759

3490 Merchandise Under $500

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n

CLASSIFIED 13

3490 Merchandise Under $500

Rocking chair: mission sturdy, mission accomplished $200 836-7771

Ryne Sandberg collection, cards, figurines, magazines, $500.430-5825

Rifle, Rem. mod 770, .300, Win. mag. w/scope, $250. 918-808-3189

Room Divider, 6 free standing acoustic panel 8’x6½’ $200.542-8736

Saddle, leather, kid / pony size, never used. $100. 918-698-7106

Rifle, barrel-DPMS 308 SASS, never used, $250. 918-230-1947

Rifle, Rock River LAR-15 stripped lower $115. 918-892-3052

Rototiller, Sears Craftsman, front till, $250. 918-636-9056

Saddle, trail riding, light wgt., never used, $155. 918-698-7106

Refrigerator, Whirlpool, white, exc. cond. $150. 918-585-5848

Rifle case, 918-287-4135

$50.

Rifle, Savage 7 mm mag w/ 32x50 tactical scope, $425. 918-948-2348

Router, Craftsman 1 1/4 HP on table $100. 918-742-7785

Saddle, Western, 18” seat, never used, $155. 918-698-7106

Rebuilt riding mower motors, 12.5-18 hp, $200. 918-639-2557

Refrigerator w/ice maker, 2 yrs, white, 21 cu. ft. $200. 918-344-2662

Rifle, Chinese SKS 7.62x39 scope & ammo incl, $375 cash. 918-734-9971

Home Improvement

Rifle scope Bushnell, sharp shooter 3-9x40mm unused $45 510-6392

Router table 918-520-8250

Saddle, youth/pony size, light wgt., never used. $135. 918-698-7106

Receiver hitch, Reese, for a Nissan. $60. 918-585-5848

Refrig., side by side, ice & water, nice,moving$250.520-440-3428 Tulsa

Rifle, CVA Wolf .50 cal. black powder, nice, $125. 918-625-7084

Rifle scope, Simmons, 3x9x32mm. $35. 918-680-1564

Router/wood chipper/planer, w/stand, $225. 918-406-5717

Receiver, Sony, DA3000ES, $200. 918-481-1663

Refrig., top freezer frost free, ice maker, $200. 918-938-8831

Linoleum Rifle, Tile, Kel-Tec Sub& Repair 2000, 9mm, Glock mags, $350. 918-273-2433

Rifle, semi-auto .22, Rem. nylon 66, $250. 918-808-3189

Rug, 4 piece area, 8x10; 5x7 + runner & entry, $75. 918-355-0036

Recliner, Lazy Boy, light gray, $30 OBO. 918-636-9056

Refrig., white, side x side, 20 cu ft, price reduced, $150. 918-742-5060

Rifle, Marlan mod. 60, 22 auto w/ scope. $175 OBO. 918-680-1564

Rifle, Thompson .50 cal, black powder w/scope, $245. 918-625-7084

Rug, 4’x6’, beautiful, quality, area, must see, $50. 918-855-7589

Recliner/rocker, burgundy cloth, ex, $125 cash. 918-510-9628

Reptile cages (2) 1 large & 1 small $100 for both. 918-378-9114

Rifle, Marlin 30-30 w/3x9x40 simmons scope, $319 cash. 918-734-9971

Rifle, Thompson .50 cal blk powder w/scope, ammo, $190. 224-7130

Ruger P95 DC 9mm pistol, 2 10-rd mags, 1 12-rd mag, $350. 639-4036

Recliners, 2 small rocker, $250/pair. 918-266-2739

Restaurant: 35 Buffalo platters, 9x11, ex. cond. $100. 918-815-1508

Rifle, Marlin mod. 60SB, $180. 918-519-9373

Rifle, Traditions Pursuit, .50 cal, break open, like new, $200. 694-5554

Rug, hand made 4x6 Pakistan, brown tan, $150. 918-254-5581

Recliner, slate blue leather, no tares,good cond, $100. 918-376-6182

Restaurant Equipment items,$150. 918-232-6317.

Rifle, Mauser 8mm, Spanish, Large ring. $200. 918-680-1564

Rifle, Winchester model 70, 7mm WSM, no scope, $375. 918-638-8461

Recliner-style sleeper, wheelchair, feet, & more, $190. 918-645-4470

Riding mower tires & wheels, $10. 918-639-2557

Rifle, Mosin Nagant 91/30 Sporterized, $199. 7.62x54R 918-519-3595

RIMS w/tires, 5 lug chrome, ex. cond., paid $600, take $500. 384-9291

Records, LPs, 50+, good cond, $10 for all. 918-742-8624

Rifle, 22, model 60 & Simmons 4x scope $135. 918-645-9448

Rifle, Omega, T/C,50 cal, ss w/ scope, $500. 918-798-5984

Ring, diamond, gemologist appraisal $650, take $400. 918-872-6050

Rifle, PPS 43x7.62x25, $450 OBO. 918-230-1947

Rocker/recliner,Leather dark mahogany, ex cond $250. 918-282-9141

Rifle, Remington 510. Single Shot. bolt action. $200. 918-680-1564

Rocker, swivel w/otoman, tan, $40. 918-960-2704

Refrig. 2011 Whirlpool, 25’, water/ ice in door, $350. 918-841-5239 Refrigerator, 2003 Kenmore SxS, white, good cond, $150. 918-447-0411

Rifle, .243 Savage w/scope, $300. 918-808-3189 Saddle rack, wood. $8. 918-355-4557

cal,

in-line,

aluminum,

C:0, M:60, Y:100, K:0 60%

20%

light

for

sale.

$25.

Safe, $200. 918-606-3426 Sandblaster, 40 Lbs., pressurized w/accessories, $80. 918-331-3822 Saxophone, Alto, Borg, all accessories, $200 obo. 918-706-5522 Scarfs, Tulsa hand knitted, huge variety, custom. $30. 918-720-8448 Scooter, cycle, Honda Aero, 1986, not running, NB5, $350. 798-5984 Scooter, handicap, very good condition. $500. 918-734-2181 Seats, captains, GM full size van (4) $100. 918-637-1059 Sega games, (9), $20. 918-644-0805 Sewing machine cabinet, walnut, 3 side drawers, $50. 918-286-1473

Rug, Royal Palace, 5’x7’6”, & matching runner, EC, $200.371-1463

Sewing Machine, electric, in cabinet, $40. 918-893-2789 Stamp Collection, $150. 918-446-7277

Service Directory To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

Plumbing

Bulldozing

Handyman

Firewood

Service Directory

Lawncare/Landscaping

Topsoil, Sand, Gravel

MR. FIXIT! Painting, Roofing, Carpentry, Concrete, Kitchen & Bath, & much more. Insured, Bonded, Sr discount. BBB Accredited 918-277-3802

DUNRITE PLUMBING Service and Remodels. Comm. & Res. Senior Discounts. Licenced & Insured. 918-402-4266 / 918-258-6796

To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

WITTY DOZER Service, Dozers, Backhoes, Trackhoe, Trenchers & Dump Trucks. Farm & Ranch, Pond work, Demo work. Honest Work at an Honest price! Call Ed or Paul 918-467-3295

Seasoned Oak Firewood

$75/rick pick up in Locust Grove. $100/rick delivered. 918-479-3404

Split & Seasoned Firewood

Lt heating, electric, plumbing & flat roof repair special. No big upfront fees. Bid all jobs. BBB member. Senior Svc 918-355-6188

Hauling & Disposal To advertise, call 918-583-2121.

10% OFF

RESIDENTIAL & COMM Remodel, Kitchen/Baths, Ceramic Tile, Wood Flrs, Drywall, Painting, Etc. Free Est. 918-951-2971

1 CALL,WE DO IT ALL

Large or Small 918-902-0742

To advertise, call

Main Line Drains $49.95 Guaranteed to open or your money back!Gerred’s Plumbing 918-694-5865

40 YRS, FREE EST. 918-671-0438

Construction

BRYANT PLUMBING DRAIN CLEANING, GAS PIPING LIC. BONDED INS. 918-902-5726 For all your Plumbing needs, call Wooten Plumbing professional services guaranteed. Free Estimates. 918-935-8138

$$ SAVE $$

FAST FREE HAULING, Anything of value hauled Free! Also, Garage, Attic, Trees, Brush, Trash, etc. 706-2291

POLE BARN

CONSTRUCTION & CONCRETE 30 years experience. 918-446-9221

All type of plumbing services. 40 years experience sewer & drain clean. Free estimates. 918-698-6685

Of any kind. Brush, Trash, Garage & house clean outs. Fast w/ low rates. 918-834-2012

**TRASH HAULING***

Garage Clean-Out. Brush or Anything You Have. 7 Days. Fastest Service. Lowest Rates. 918-836-0570

AFFORDABLE HAULING

Old cars, Garage, house, office clean-outs. Washer/Dryer, fridge, hot tubs. We do it all! 918-282-7594.

Central Heat & Air Service

& Repair. Call for check-up. Free estimates on installation available 918-747-2667 Licence # 00612

BRIAN’S HEAT & AIR

HEAT & A/C

service & repair, 24 hrs. free est. rewire or new service. diagnostic call 918-747-2667. Licence #: 00335

•Remodels & Installation, Generator Packages Free Estimates! 918-381-6457 Lic. 51355

TOTAL ELECTRIC

License #12899. No Job Too Small. Same Day Service. 918-583-5222

Brick Layer & Stone Mason Masonry repairs, fireplaces, split walls, tuckenpointing, mailboxes, refaced brick, free est & ref Tulsa, 38 yrs. 918-902-3052

PAINTING, TILE, CARPENTRY drywall, general home repairs & improvements. Free estimates. MidTown Handyman 918-852-8309

Disposal

Hauling, Dirt, Gravel, Rock, Etc. Excavation, Demolition, Concrete Tear-Out, Site-Prep. 918-902-3816

AFFORDABLE STORE MOVING SERVICES Experienced, pro-

fessional, dependable. Call for rates. 918-747-7554

Frank’s Moving: Fully equipped with 2 experienced movers, local moves, $66 hr., 2 hr. minimum. Member BBB. 918-592-1936

licenced/insured. Local moving furn & appliances. Call for quote. 918-282-7594

Yard cleanup and haul off. Scrap metal and tin. Will pay so much per ton. Also small dirt and gravel deliveries. Fall tree trimming and haul off. 918-321-3830

918-935-5480

CARLILE QUAIL - Affordable Rates for Quail-Chukar-Pheasant YEAR ROUND! Deer-Duck-Turkey in Okla Hunting Season. Vian, OK. Call Don McDaniel 918-773-5607 or 918-208-7626

Misc Services Child Care Services

Competent, conscientious, good at electrical repair. $33.00 per hour, 40 min. minimum, 7 days per week 462-0714 Robert Lackey RAMPS, RAILINGS & GRAB BARS. Fast, friendly service. Senior Safety Services 918-938-2574

J&A Handyman Services

Painting, tile, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, drywall, A/C service. Free est. John 918-697-1003

Jay’s Irrigation & Landscape

Full Service Lawn Care, Flower Beds, Tree trimming. 918-728-5410

GUARDIAN FENCE CO. Repair/ replacement, gate operators, ornamental iron, etc. Cool days = Cooler deals. 918-381-8261 TULSA-FENCE LOW PRICE Guarantee. New & Repair, Free Quotes All Types & Styles. Senior Discounts, 918-346-7495

TREE SERVICE, Broken Limbs, Roof Clearance, Pre-storm trimming, tree removals. 33 yrs exp. 918-361-1780

Kay’s Kuddle Spot New facility opening November 1. Now accepting 0-4 years of age. No enrollment fee for November. Mon.-Fri. 6:30-7pm. 918-835-6868

BUSY BOY TREE SERVICE Trimming/Tree Removal Free est. Insured/Professional Work Guaranteed/Reasonable Rates. Call 918-650-2963

BROOKSIDE TREE SERVICE Major credit cards accepted. Insured. 918-899-8166

•$50 LEAF REMOVAL •$40 White Vinyl Porch Rail w/ square baluster pickets & hardware incl. Installation available. 8 ft sections $112 per box. 918-455-3288

MOW & EDGE •$60 SEEDING •$40/hr TREE WORK & STUMP GRINDING •$20/hr FLOWER BEDS. Call or text 918-902-7027

Stump Grinding

Lawncare/Landscaping CLEANER CUT LAWN Leaves, trees, Christmas lights, cleanups, sod, hedges, gutters and flowerbeds. Comm. & Residential Over 15 years exp. 918-402-3454

STUMP GRINDING

No Job Too Big or Too small. Contractor & Senior Discounts, 918-851-5527 or 918-906-0687

Yard Sheriff

taking care of Tulsa's lawns & keeping your wallet SAFE! Get $10 off 1st mow. 918-943-6049 Professional, reliable, courteous, insured. Visa & Master Card accepted. (918) 381-8539

CW Copeland Lawn Service

Weed beds, Mulch & Trimming, Clean up, Year round service BBB member. Free Estimates, Call 918-587-4126 or 918-284-4012

BRUSH HOGGING & MOWING

Portable Storage Container Rentals 918-260-0355

Catch the latest news at

Tulsaworld.com

Ken’s Picture Perfect Lawns Mowing, Hauling, Hedge Trim, Flower Beds, etc. Free Estimates, Call Ken 918-625-0269

Chauffeured Limo & Car Services, Affordable Rates 918-492-5984 www.viplimo.net

PAYLESS TREES Trimming & Removals, free estimates & insured. Senior discount available. 918-894-7602 or 918-895-5464

IRRIGATION, DRAINAGE, LIGHTING, RETAINING WALLS, PATIO EXTENTIONS, PERGOLAS, LANDSCAPING, LAWN SERVICE & LEAF REMOVAL. FREE ESTIMATES C-918-230-0067 or 918-494-5859 fully insured.

Teeter Stump Grinding

Corporate Car Services

Repairs, settling cracks, replace mail box inserts, decayed brick etc. Free est. 38 yrs exp. Established. References. 918-232-8665 AMERICAN MASONRY - 35 yrs. Exp., Brick, Block & Stone, New or Repair, Free Estimates, Call us last and save 918-402-5559

BLOSS LAWN SERVICE, Res / Comm lawncare. Insured, Workmans Comp. 18 yrs. experience. 918-361-7712

Leaf Removal & Fall Cleanup. Call YARD SHERIFF 918-943-6049 for your free consult! "Keeping Lawn 'n Order"Satisfaction Guaranteed, Best Price Pledge!

Fishing/Hunting

5 miles North of Sapulpa on Hwy 97 to 71st, 3 mi. West. 918-224-8562

New & Repair Work. Fully Insured, References. Repair work is our specialty.

A-Z LAWNS- Sod, lawn leveling, dirt work, flowerbeds cleaned, shrub trimming, planting, & removal. Fall cleanups, & hauling. Free estimates. 918-402-0369

offering trimming, pruning, rounding, shaping, removals, stump grinding. FULLY INSURED.

Fencing

Lessons

Deer Processing & Taxidermy

Brick, Block, Stone, Concrete, Plaster, Dryvit & Stucco.

A1 French Drains, Yard Leveling, Tree Service, Clean up, Hauling & Bobcat. Insured. Senior Discounts available. Call 918-869-8619 www.a1frenchdrains.com

LEAF REMOVAL, Fall Clean-Up Big/Small, Call for quote, Ric 918-260-7870

Dumpin’ with Debi

Privacy fence, lowest prices! new & repair. 918-829-2384 • 918-760-2105

Family owned & operated painting, tile, electrical, plumbing carpentry. Senior discounts, free estimates. 918-313-1867

M & D TREE Fair & Honest pricing. Fast response, Insured 25+ yrs exp. Free Estimates, Call 918-638-8307 or 918-504-8087

Yard & Garden

Handyman Alpha-Omega Handyman Res/Cml repairs, PM maint, automotive, theater, data networking & more. 918-269-5028

KELLEY TREE SERVICE

Trimming, Removal, Stump grinding, Insured, 30 years experience Free Estimates. 918-855-2011

Affordable TREE SERVICE

Moving, Storage

NO JOB TOO SMALL. 918-894-9051 •residential •commercial •outdoor Service Upgrades. Licence #122759 36 years of electrical experience. www.knoxelectricok.com

Fall Discounts are here! Free Estimates , Call 918-258-9097

Free Appliance Removal

*******100% FREE Pickup******* Call/Text 918-430-5994. Fridge/AC/ Washer/Dryer Etc.

A-1 MOVING & STORAGE

•Servicing all of Oklahoma •Licensed, Insured, Bonded 918-534-6785 • 25 Years Experience atcheat&air@hughes.net

Christmas Lights Installed

12th year in Tulsa area. Different options available. Our lights or yours. Free est, Becky 918-277-6882

Trees, shrubs, flower beds, clean ups, etc. Good prices since 1998. Insured. A+ BBB, Clint 636-6687

Moving Services

Repair & Replacement, 24 Hour Service! Martin Mechanical, 918-630-6421 Lic. #050492

SALES & SERVICE

Professional installation, Maintenance. All lights provided & on timers. Call Tim 918-857-4486

Serving South Tulsa, BA, Jenks & Bixby. 30+ years experience. Our price includes installation & take down. Call 918-809-2753

Electrical

PURCO Electrical Services

Furnaces, A/C’s+ repair, install. Reasonable. Call anytime $50. Lic. #35690. Free est. Brian 834-0662

CHRISTMAS TIME LIGHTING

Christmas Lights

AMOS ELECTRIC

FURNACE SAFETY CHECK$49.99, No overtime anytime on service. Kwik Air, 918-605-0683 Lic. 17502

10% off

Fall-Clean Up Special, Flower bed work, shrub trim & leaf removal, sod & dirt. Free Est. 918-269-8826

Hauling & Metal Recycling

All Phases•Interior & Exterior Commercial & Residential •Over 30 years of satisfied customers. Ofc: 918-364-4995 Cell: 918-760-5949 35% Off All Materials thru Nov.

TOPSOIL Loam, Sand Compost Mulch, Sod, Gravel/Tractor work 1 to 14 tons avail. Visa/mc 918-378-7380

VICTOR’S TREE SERVICE

C & C Bush & Tree Trimming

Residential & Commercial clean outs, hauling & more! Cash for Cars! Call 918-693-0370

Labor/Skilled Trade Air/Heat

10% off Christmas Light install, Over 45 Yrs Experience Bringing Christmas to Tulsa! For free consult 918-943-6049 Satisfaction Guaranteed, BEST PRICE PLEDGE!

** TRASH HAULING ** 918-583-2121.

ALL HOME REPAIRS

Boggs Sod

Complete Ground Renovation. Sod, Dirt work, French Drains, Tie Walls & Landscaping. 918-695-0666

Tree Service

Service Directory

1st Time Customers. 918-810-0397

Holiday Services

Good, Clean Top Soil for yard & Gardens. We also spread. Call 918-402-6148 GRAVEL DRIVEWAY REPAIR, Small loads dirt, gravel, mulch Save! Call Charlie 918-724-8800

Pick up at 2323 S. 49th W. Ave. Delivery available, 918-232-8821 or 918-361-3204

Service Directory Carpentry

Wood’s Lawn Service

and Small jobs! Want it done right? Call Tom. 918-636-5784

*LEAF REMOVAL*ALL TYPES OF DEMO *STUMP GRINDING *CLEAN UP*TREE TRIMMING *CONCRETE WORK 918-695-4728

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3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

3490 Merchandise Under $500

Sewing machine, slightly used, wood cabinet, $100. 918-430-4732

Stroller, Jogging, Schwinn M3, single, ex. cond. $100. 918-815-1508

Toy Box,Little Tykes brand-pink/ white, full of toys. $40. 918-638-8461

Victrola, hand crank cabinet model, Ex. Cond., $500. 918-542-8736

Sewing machine, treadle, w/attach, cover, $155. 918-638-1768

Stuffed Toy, Christmas Rudolph, large, nice, $10. 918-834-8519

Toy - ImagineX bat cave. $20, 918-381-0324

Vintage school desk, Ex Cond., $55. 918-798-5779

Sewing machine, very nice, white, recently serviced, $50. 918-492-3698

Stylist mats, $40. 918-851-4949

Toys 6 Corgi fighting machines, in box $20. Sapulpa 918-808-2830

Walker, 4 wheel w/brakes & seat, $50. 918-437-5632

Toys, ZhuZhu pets (2) Squiggles & Numnum $10. 918-254-7762

Walker, Trampoline w/hand grips, pd $139 new, sell $50. 918-524-4193

Tractor, kid’s, chain drive, gasoline driven. $250. 918-640-1238

Washer & dryer, ‘10, Maytag Neptune, white. $300. 918-813-8526

Trailer hitch, for car or van, w/ball, $25. 918-557-9043

Washer & dryer, Fridgidaire. $325. 918-606-3426

Trailer hitch & receiver, Reese, for car or van. $100 342-3170

Washer & Dryer, Kenmore, clean, white, $200. 918-814-5239

Trailer, tilt, 4x8 lawn trailer. $300 . 918-378-9114

Washer & Dryer, Maytag, $100. 918-286-1473

Trailer tire & rim, 855x15, good cond, $50. 342-3170

Washer & dryer set, Whirlpool, white, $250. 918-851-8211

Train engine, HO GM&O SD40, in box, $75. 918-419-2185

Washer/dryer, stack, Magic Chef 220, tan, $135. 918-378-2541

Train set, Texaco Anniversary model, unopened. $80. 918-286-7726

Washer & 918-543-7171

Train Table 4x8, HO scale, everything for $400. 918-419-2185

Washer, electric, Frigidaire, HD, white, front load. $175. 918-815-3398

Train table, HO scale, 5 Lg pcs tracks & terrain, $250. 918-361-9834

Washer & gas dryer, Hotpoint, very good cond, $125. 918-622-6125

Traps, 18 old steel traps, choice $20. 918-266-1126

Washer, heavy-duty, extra large cap, nice, $100. 918-938-8831

Shelves, metal, 918-585-5848

2,

$20.

Call

Shoes, 35 miniature w/display, $350. 918-446-7277 Shoes, Johnson & Murphy, factory returns, most sizes $50. 251-3299 Shoes, Rockport loafers, brown leather sz 8, like new, $15. 266-6099 Shop smith w/lathe sanders, joiners, etc., $495. 918-289-9466 Shotgun, 12 ga. Browning A-500R, Belgium made. $425. 918-381-0324 Shotgun, 12-ga, double barrel, SxS, Hopkins & Allen, $350. 918-497-0628 Shotgun, 12-ga, Rossi, single shot, unused, $200. 918-497-0628 Shotgun,American Arms12 ga. O/U SST AE chokes $425. 918-695-4617 Shotgun, antique, $165 or trade for ? 918-829-3652 Shotgun, Baikal 12 ga double barrel SxS 18” EC $350 918-519-1716 Shotgun barrel, Mossberg 500 muzzle loader $120. 918-273-2433 Shotgun barrel only, 12 ga. Mossberg, unused, $150 obo. 918-367-5350 Shotgun, Mossberg 500A 12-ga pump, walnut stock, $245. 625-7084 Shotgun, Mossberg pump, $150, 918-381-0324 Shotgun, New England 12 ga. pump, all camo $250. 918-527-9195 Shotgun, Rem 870 antique, Wingmaster,12ga.pump$300.918-577-5483 Shotgun, Remington 1100, 20 ga. $300. 918-671-8108 Shotgun, Sears model 200, gauge pump, $160. 918-273-2433

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Shotgun shells, reloads, all sizes. $10. 918-640-1238 Shotgun, SKB1300 12 ga. auto 28” chokes, in box. $425. 918-695-4617

Submersible Utility Pump, Wayne VIP 25, 1/4HP, $50 918-241-2502 Suit cases, Large Travel, $20. 918-813-0543 Suitcase w/dolly, 3 piece set, leather, $30. 918-834-5624, 510-1380 Sun glasses, Solar shield, fits over glasses $3 never worn 918-834-3033 Super Nintendo games, (3), $10. 918-286-2771 Swing, adult fits 3 in A frame, fresh paint, $60. 918-607-1864 Sword, Viking, Damascus steel w/ scabbard & baldric $250. 261-8259 Table, 4 chairs including Bakers rack, Ex Cond, $295. 798-5779 Table, 4 chairs, trestle, 63x35, solid oak, Amish, $89. 918-747-6991 Table, banquet, 8 Ft long, $25. 918-286-8560 Table, dining room, Formica top, $40. 918-622-8714 Table, entry, wood & wrought iron, $85. 918-798-5779

Treadmill, 2 hp, $125. 918-371-4906

Table, oak trestle, 8 chairs, extends to 108” nice $300. 918-955-6401

Tree, large artificial fig, Exc. shape, $300 new, $80. 918-712-9580

Table, pedestal, oak with 4 chairs & Ext leaf, $100. 918-893-2789

Tree pruner, 12’, $10. 918-557-9043

Table saw, 10” Craftsman, older model. $150. 918-671-8108 Table saw, Craftsman, 10”, $125. 918-231-5475 Table set, coffee & end, solid maple, $150. 918-542-8736 Tables, lt pecan, end, coffee, study table, 3 for $75. 918-367-3907 Table, small black, wood 17" x 17.5" $40. 955-3666 Table, wrought iron w/glass top, 4 chairs, $75. 918-252-5473 Taco Bell Chihuahua dogs, 4 collectibles, $25. 918-254-7762

Tanning bed, Aruba, 220 volt, $500. Shotgun, Smith & Wesson semi-au- 918-606-3137 to, like new. $350. 918-955-7793 Tanning Bed, Riho 1400, $350. Silver bowl w/10 cup set, $50 OBO. 918-857-3949 918-834-5624, 510-1380 TaylorMade burner tour launch Silver Dollar, Morgan 1921 MS66, 3W, regular flex shaft, $40.639-4036 $200. 918-851-7330 Telephones, Vtech wireless sysSilver Dollar, Morgan MS66, tem, needs batts., $25, 645-2287 1883O, $250. 918-851-7330 Telescope, Tasco w/tripod, $75. Silver Dollars, Morgans, 6 for 918-833-1366 $300. 918-851-7330 Televisions, $10. 918-697-0901 Sink, pedestal, Perfecta, white, in Tennis shoes, steel toed, Stanley, box, $50. 918-625-5241 sz 8½, used little, $25. 918-812-9025 SKII outfit, Cross Country, womTens Unit for back pain, $40. ens sz small like new $35. 296-8009 918-809-3762 Sleep apnea kit, cost $3200, $400 Ticket, OU/Texas A&M, $100 obo. now, unused, reduced, 918-645-4470 918-451-3646 Slot Machine, lights & sound, good Tickets, (4) OU/Texas A&M, $325. condition, $150. 918-437-5632 918-230-2180 Slot machine, like new, $165. Tickets - Nascar Phoenix 4 Na918-851-7330 tionwide 4 cup $200/all. 918-577-5483 Sofa, 2 cushion 7’, A-1 condition, Tickets Tulsa vs SMU, near 50 $150. 918-542-8736 yard line, $20. 918-488-0942 Sofa, 3 yrs. old, dark brown, $100. Tiller, Bolens, 31cc, 2-cycle, starts, 918-261-1290 runs great, $75. 918-341-7026 Sofa, 7’ long, caramel brown Tiller, Mantis, $100. 918-406-5717 leather, $400. 918-712-9865

Tripod camping stool w/ carrying case, unused, $9. 918-357-2573 Trolling motor, Evinrude, foot control, 12/24 v $250. 918-361-7856 Trombone, plays great, comes w/ case, $80 obo. 918-706-5522 Truck bedliner, short wide, $45. 918-439-0491 Trumpet, Blessing B-127 silver w/ Bach 5c mouthpc $150. 918-638-8461 Trumpet, Conn, 918-232-7113

in

case.

$175.

Tuner Marantz 300 & PM500 Amp, vintage 70’s, $250 obo.918-693-7394 Tuxedo, boys, sz 14-16, like new, black, $58. 918-296-8009 TV, 15” Sansung cable ready, not flat screen, $15. 918-994-6834 TV, 19” Toshiba, w/converter box &remote,Exc.$35 cash. 918-428-3587 TV. 20 in. RCA older TV. $15. (918) 994-4435. TV, 25” color Zenith w/small cabinet, $125. 918-663-1117 TV, 26” Daewoo w/converter box & remote,Exc., $65 cash. 918-428-3587 TV, 27” GE color, cable ready, $45 OBO. 918-636-9056 TV, 27” RCA color, cable ready, $35. 918-343-5646 TV, 50" Big Screen, In good cond, $150. Owasso 918-376-6182 TV, 52” Sony projection, works perfect, $125. 918-361-9834 TV 61” Sony Big screen, works and great pic. $250 918-246-0099 TV Armoire, cherry, 7’, paid $800, sell for $250. 918-955-6401 TV/armoire, rustic pine holds 40" flat screen, $275. 918-543-4074

tread,

TV, beautiful cabinet, 35” RCA, console, $150. 918-252-9713

Hankook

TV, Magnavox, 21” color, $35. 918-834-5624, 510-1380

Tires, 205/70/15, 1/4” $40/pair. 918-284-0832

Sofa, floral w/ tan background, never used. $295. 918-367-3907

Tires, (2) 65/60/18 (4) tires, $60. 918-629-3800

Sofa & loveseat by Allen White. $375. 918-606-3426

Tires (2) BF Goodrich 24575R17 $100. 918-804-8679

Sofas/beds, (2) children size, $100. 918-272-8462

Tires (2) Cooper Discovery tires 50%tread 275/55-20 $75. 918-543-4074

SOFAS, Broyhill, beautiful, 2 for $500 or best offer. 918-663-4545

Tires, (4) Dunlop at20/ grantreh 265/65/17, $200. 918-951-3829

SOFA, very nice, ultra suede, $200. 918-814-9898 or 918-519-5740

Tires, (4) Goodyear P235/75R16 on Honda rims, $150. 918-851-7330

Solar lights for patio/driveway, blk, 8 pcs per box, $25. 918-366-7678

Tires (4) Goodyear Wrangler 235/70/16 $175. 951-3829

Southern Living annual cookbooks, $3. 918-833-0014

Tires (4) Michelin LT225/75R16 $150. 918-804-8679

TV, Panasonic 52” HD, Cinemavision, PIP, $500. 918-455-3947

Speakers, 2 kickers in 40”x12” cabinet, very nice $55. 918-607-1864

Tires, (4) Michelin LTX/A/S, 255/65/17, $200 918-951-3829

TV, Philips-Magnavox 27”, color, $50 . Not flat screen. 918-481-1663

Speakers, 918-729-3536

Tires, (4) Pirelli Zero Hero P215/ 35ZR18, $250. 918-493-7104

TV, Sanyo, 13” w/remote, top condition, cable ready, $10. 269-3496

Speakers, extra Lg 14” woofers in wood cabinets, $40. 918-607-1864

Tires (4), Toyo AT, Open Country. 265-70-16. $100 obo. 918-804-4205

TV, Sony 18 inch, $20. 918-742-8393

Speedometer, electric w/sending unit, 0 miles, $150. 918-706-8543

Tires, BF Goodrich, 275/65/18 (2). $75. 918-606-3426

Spoon collection, 13 orig. colonies Franklin Mint, w/rack $75 833-1366

Tires, Continental, 225/50R19, set of 4, $160 obo. 918-955-4310

Sportscards,9000+mostly baseball/ football some other $40.918-638-8461

Tires Goodyear Integrity, 235/65/17 set of 4, $150. 918-951-3829

Star Wars, 6 rare items, cinema scenes, & more, $60. 382-0876

Tires, Goodyear Wrangler P265/70R17, $80 obo. 918-955-4310

Steamer Trunk, antique, very good Cond, $150. 918-815-1508

Tires, Michelin, 225/50/R17, set of 4, $100 obo. 918-955-4310

Steamer trunk, antique, wardrobe, 6-drawer, $195. 918-638-1768

Tires, Mickey Thompson Baja 15”, full set $300, like new, 918-270-1060

Step 2 play house w/ kitchen, $80. 918-245-8324

Tires, P225/50/R15, All 4 good, $250 918-260-5535 Oolagah area

Stepladder, 918-625-7084

Tires, Toyo P285/60R18, set of 4, $120 obo. 918-955-4310

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wooden,

$300.

$15.

Stereo equip, for home, Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC, $75. 918-439-0491

Tires Toyo Proxes/S/T 285/50/20, $250 set of 4. 918-951-3829

Stereo, large 918-948-2348

$20.

Tires, used, good condition, set of (4), 235/70/16, $100. 918-663-8721

Stereo Receiver, Pioneer SA9500, rebuilt, $300 OBO. 918-951-3364

Tires, used, good condition, set of (4), 255/70/16, $100. 918-663-8721

Stereo receiver, Sony 60 watt per channel, $40. 918-557-0098

Tires & wheels (2) paddle, for 4 wheeler, 22x12x9, $40. 918-557-9043

Sterling Silver 9.25 rings, womens, $15. 254-7762

Tires, Yokohoma 305/50 R20, $250 obo. 918-955-4310

Stethoscope, Sprague Rappaport 5 chest pcs, $15. 918-745-0753 ext. 144

Tool box, behind the seat, pickup, $15. 918-455-8238

Stove, gas, 30”, very nice, must sell, $200. 918-938-8831

Tools, Craftsman Power Router, 1.5 HP, $40. 918-520-8250

Stove, GE, 30” gas, white, ex cond, $175 obo. 918-519-9373

Tools, Lathe 6” Atlas Multi speed, $450. 918-367-3907

Stove, GE electric, self cleaning oven. $150. 918-671-8108

Tools, Paint Gun, Devilbiss, $35. 918-520-8250

Strip sander 1”, Shop Smith, used 6 mo., $175. 918-245-0968

Tools, post hole diggers, $15. 918-355-4557

speakers,

place an ad

used,

Kenmore,

$50.

$125.

Washer, Kenmore. $85. 918-747-7955 Washer, Kenmore, 90 series, super cap plus, $175. 918-445-4737 Washer, Kenmore, super capacity, $75. 918-955-8052 Washer, Maytag, dependable care, super cap+, EC, $150. 918-445-4737

3595 Furniture

Dryer, gas, Whirlpool, HD, super lg. cap. Can deliver $150. 289-6781 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Coffee table, solid oak, beautiful. $175. 918-951-6605. Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Washer, works great, super cap. Whirlpool. $150. 918-289-6781 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Dresser, hand painted, very pretty. $100. 918-798-1667. Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

3510 Antiques / Art Blue Heron Antiques

1000 W. 111th St. South -Jenks. OPEN HOUSE TODAY! 10am-5pm. 918-299-4635 Tulsa World print subscribers receive unlimited access to the e-edition at no additional charge. Please go to tulsaworld.com/activate to activate your account.

3610 Household Goods 2 HOUSES full of fine furniture (everything), 918-663-4545 Bed, youth twin, locker room style, metal, 2 drawers under, pillowtop mattress, matching media table/2 drawers, $200. 918-728-0315

Old Fashioned Stanley Knight Stainless Steel Ice Cream Bar, 4 double lids, 9 porcelain squirters, 68”x32“ $1500 obo, 918-663-4545 Listen to yourself more often.

Washer, Maytag Performa series, Ex Cond., $395. 918-638-8837

Rug, pretty, good condition. $50. 918-636-6554 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Watch, ladies’ & men’s, wrist, old wind-up. $20. 918-245-4844 Wedding rings, never used, $300. 918-857-8150 Listen to yourself more often.

Trunk, oval top, $300. 918-698-1242

Sofa, 8' long, white Floral print, Ex Cond,$225. Owasso 918-376-6182

(2

Washer, 918-813-5009

dryer,

3505 Appliances

TV, Mitsubishi 19”, color, Not flat screen. $50. 918-481-1663

Weedeater, battery powered w/ accessories, $60. 918-371-1907 Weedeater, Craftsman, 27cc, speed start, $95. 918-331-3822 Welder, portable, Miller 115/230 volt, $125, 918-371-6292

Wheelchair, Invacare reclinerstyle, feet, leg, $190. 918-645-4470

One out of every 2,000 babies is born with a tooth.

Wheelchair, Jennings Everest, exc. cond. $80. 918-367-2961

V. Nice BR Suite, off white, w/gold trim. Triple Dresser, queen bed w/ superb mattress (cost $1067), night stand, all nice, $550. 918-857-9301

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TV's, three 13" Color TV's w/remotes, $60/all. Owasso 918-376-6182 Unicycle, antique Schwinn, $350. 918-577-5483 Utility Trailer, 4x6 metal, great for hauling, $300. 918-857-8150 Vacuum cleaner, upright, 4 settings, good cond. $50. 918-557-5363.

Baby bouncer seat, vibrates, lights, music, $20. 918-520-0433 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Wheelchair Lift $450. 918-720-9030

3611 Household Goods - Wanted Nice Refrig’s, Ranges, W/D’s, Water Heaters, furnaces. 918-832-1919

3620 Jewelry / Wearing Apparel

Wheelchair Pride Jet 3 ultra exc. cond., $500, 918-344-0315 Listen to yourself more often. Wheelchair, steel, holds up to 300 Lbs., $65. 918-809-1700 Wheels 20” chrome Incubus with tires. $500. 918-381-0324 Wheels (2) chrome-spoke, 14”, bolt pattern 4 3/4”, $150. 918-747-7955

Baby swing, $50. Call Lisa 918-636-6554. Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds. ROLEX WATCHES Gents Pres, w/Diamond dial bezel & lugs. Ladies Pres w/diamond dial bezel, lugs & bracelet. Gents two tone date just. Ladies two tone w/ diamond dial, bezel 918-200-5853

Wheels (4) Chevy pu 15”x8” 6-lug classic steel rallys$150.918-224-7293 Wheels, Centerline Monsoon Viking, 4 lug, 18”, $450. 918-493-7104 Wheels,Chevy pu 5 hole 8” 15 classic steel rallys $175. 918-260-5535 Wheels, chrome, custom, 16x10, 6-lug, ex. cond, $250. 918-694-5554

Wheels & tires (4), 16”, late model Ford p/u, alum, $200. 758-7581

TV, Sony, 27”, color, great picture, with remote $55 obo. 918-949-3656

Sofa, rev camelback, like new, high quality. $595. 918-638-1768 Very Nice Dark Brown Leather Sectional Couch, $650. Call 918-814-9898 or 918-519-5740

Wheels, Mustang 17” 5 spoke, $450. 918-857-8711

TV, Sony, 21”, color, $50 . Not flat screen. 918-481-1663

3545 Baby & Kid Stuff

Wheelchair, electric, exc. cond. Jazzy 1120 $500. 918-367-2961

Wheels mags ET type 2-10x15, $300. 918-747-7955

TV, Sony 20”, nice, great for bedroom works great $60. 918-557-0098

Rocking chair, bought in 1920's. Great in bedroom or living room! 918-459-7643 Tell me you saw this in the Tulsa World Classifieds

3650 Machinery / Tools / Equipment Bassinet, new, cherry oak wood. $80. Call or text 918-899-0505 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

3550 Building Materials

Brand New Diesel Generator, 7,000 watts, electric/remote start, enclosed cabinet on 4 wheels, 1/2 price $3,495, 918-343-2196 *INDUSTRIAL GARAGE SALE* Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm, Precision Tools, Carbide Tool Holders, 9722 E. 55th Pl, Tulsa

Wheels & tires (4), Akuza, 20”, Universal, 5-hole, $500. 918-758-7581 Wheels & tires, Chev PU alum. 8w 30 x 9.50 R 19 LT, $200. 918-260-5535 Wheels & tires Chrome factory 16” Z28, fit ‘96 & newer $185. 694-5554 Wheel & tire for Silverado & Tahoe 16”, 6 lug, $75. 918-813-0543 Wild Boar skull, $100. 918-836-6429 Windows, (2) 1’x6’ double pane stationary, $60. 918-728-0541 Windows (2) vinyl double hung, low E. 29.5x41. $150. 918-497-6496 Windows, one 59-1/2x47-3/4”, two 72x36”, $60. 918-234-2005 Windshield washer 918-809-3762

heater,

$30.

Wine cooling unit, Koolspace & 12 Case wine rack $250. 918 706-1852 Wood burning 918-946-9241

stove,

$250.

Wood cook stove, $200. 918-812-5933

Vacuum, Kirby Classic, w/bag upgrade kit, works great, $65.855-7589

Work Boots, size 11, black, steel toes, like new, $10, 918-245-4844

Vacuum KirbyHeritage II upright, attachments $100. 918-5 10-6392

Work clothes, coveralls, fire retardant, like new, $40. 918-266-6099

Vacuum, Oreck XL hand held cleaner, complete, $60. 918-855-7589

WWII 2 man Army pup tent, complete, never used $20. 918-633-1718

Vacuum, Oreck XL-II, excellent condition, $100. 918-815-1508

Listen to yourself more often.

Vacuum, Riccar, all attachments, great cond, $100. 918-833-0014

WWI - WWII Canvas leggins. $15. 918-633-1718

Vacuums trade in old vac on nice rebuilt, guar 1yr. $30. 251-3299

3505 Appliances

All Wood, 8x8 Barn with Shingles, Will Assemble $775. 918-425-0459. IN STOCK Large Supply of cedar lumber, roofing, windows & doors. Also new and used building supplies. Dawson Building Supply 5519 E. Tecumseh Open Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat. 8-12pm. 918-832-0071 Kitchen display cabinets light brown cherry, lazy susans, roll outs, spice drawers, wine cabinets, Kitchen Korner Call 918-607-3743

Onan Commercial Generator, 200KW, 480 volt. Low hours, cummins diesel. Enclosed w/ fuel tank. $19,000. 918-582-1810 Warehouse racks/beams/uprights over 100 + ‘02 Yale elec. forklift. 44th & S. Memorial, 901-381-5325, Melissa@conkling.com.

3660 Medical Supplies Sale/Rent

3570 Collectibles Dept 56 Snow village, mint in box, 25 year collection. 918-519-2720

3595 Furniture Electric Tilt Chair-DME, like new, $550, lists for $1400+ 918-639-7957

3680 Musical Instruments 4 Baby Grands, like new, Ricketts Piano Muskogee 1-800-663-4128 Bedroom set, king, great shape! Beautiful! $300. 918-230-3808 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Vacuum, upright bagless Eureka Maxima good cond, $45. 955-3666 Vases, brown, 3 pcs, $5. 918-978-3426 Antique piano. The outside is in excellent shape! $399. 918-694-7741 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

Vest, mens leather, size XXL, very nice, $25. 918-812-9025 VHS movies, 100+ John Wayne westerns, $145. 918-488-0942 VHS tapes, 30 for $15. 918-286-2771 VHS tapes, (30), kids’ movies, $15 for all. 918-955-7948 Owasso

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Dishwasher, GE Triton, works, no issues. $125. 918-809-0565 Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

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Chair, wingback, Lane, very good cond. $60. 918-230-3808. Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds.

3700 Oilfield Supplies FWKO 4x10, excellent DC, dump valve & reg. incl. $3200 918-759-8865

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3740 Sporting Goods

3910 Dogs for Sale

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4180 Claremore

3910 Dogs for Sale

Gunsmith interested in buying your unwanted reloading supplies, bullets, powders, primers, reloading equipment, guns, etc. 918-286-2560 HUGE Fishing Tackle & Christmas Sale, Fri. & Sat., 8-4, 1.5 mi. north of Veteran’s Hospital on Old 88 Hwy in Claremore. 100’s of new rods & reels, 1000’s of lures, Columbia & Nike clothing, trolling motors, & much more! All new items! 9805 E. Clover Creek Dr. 918-231-5696

BOXER AKC Puppies, Rare, Black with white markings, 8 weeks, Shots, Males and Females, $625 each. Call 918-457-4212

English Bulldog, 1 year, neutered Male, friendly, adaptable. Granddaughter's allergies force us to sell. Has papers. Includes crate. $850. 918-728-5126

Miniature Pinschers, ACA Reg. Ears done, Tails & Dewclaws done, First set of shots & wormed. Ready now, $300 each 918-519-5281

Yorkie Puppies, adorable, 9 wks., ACA, S&W, home raised, crate trained & loves kids. M-$350 F-$450 918-261-9838 Yorkie Puppies, AKC, 8 weeks old, shots & wormed, 2 females $450 ea, 2 males $350 ea. 918-798-2352

Sooner Guns Best prices EVERYDAY! Large inventory in stock. Buy-Sell-Trade. 5663 S Mingo. 918-286-8888 Ultimate Bowflex 2, still under wty, w/extras. $750 obo 918-429-2606 Yamaha gas golf cart, great condition. $1200. 918-740-0550

4280 General Location BOXER-AKC pups born 9/10. Taking deps now. 2 fawn, $300 ea, 2 black/white, $600 ea left. Tails & dewclaws done & shots UTD. 918-812-2304

English Bulldog Puppies. 11 weeks old, 3 male, Brindle/white, AKC reg shots/vet checked $1100 918.906.1289

Pomeranian, AKC, adult, 2 yrs, female, exotic color pedigree, house broken, unspayed, perfect, family pet, show quality/breeder, $400 O.B.O. 918-299-2075 Jenks

3790 Wanted to Buy FILL DIRT WANTED within 5 miles of the Port of Catoosa. Local construction company will dig pond on your property for Free in exchange for the dirt. If interested contact Mark Huff 918-381-3170

For Sale by Owner 910 N Vandalia 3 bedroom, 1 bath, 1 car garage, Central Heat/Air, fenced yard, $40,000. 580-504-7448 or 580-504-3766 Yorkies, adorable, 2 Males left. S&W. $400. Come see at 14th & Memorial, Sat. 10/29/11 Call 918-868-2246 or 918-527-9239 YORKIES, AKC champion bloodlines, boys and girls. Highest quality and best value, professionally raised. Visa/mc 918-694-3868

3800-3880 Agricultural Business

BOXER PUPPIES AKC Males & Females, $200-300. 1 year Health Guarantee, Shots & Wormed, Top Quality, 918-693-5730.

3810 Farm Equipment & Services

Listen to yourself more often.

Antique Pull Type Galion Grader, Usable cond., $1,100. 918-758-7581

English Bulldog Puppies, AKC, 2 Males, call before 7pm. E-mail or call for pics. $750. 479-216-3644 Recycling one aluminum beverage can saves enough energy to run a 100 watt bulb for 20 hours, a computer for 3 hours, or a TV for 2 hours.

POMERANIAN PUPPIES AKC family pets $400.00 each, 2 males born 8/30/11, blacks, blues, Call 918-923-6775 or 903-905-2227.

Yorkies, AKC Dogs and Puppies, Small and Sweet, Shots and Wormed, Vet checked, Your choice $600 or less. 918-232-7137 Yorkshire Puppies, born 9-11-11, $100. Males & Females, Mom on site. 918-299-8139

3911 Dog Services

Good MF 135 w/brush hog, $3,250, after 7pm 918-371-5880. Pecan equip: Savage Mod. 4224 cleaner w/ gas motor, like new $7500, Savage pull type picker w/ gas motor (small 36”) $3900. Savage PTO sprayer $4500, 3 Meyer pecan crackers #13, #15, #18, $3750 each, Savage 4200 shaker $3900. call Mike Prather 918-787-4700 Grove.

3820 Feed, Pasture, Farm Seeds Top quality hay, 55-65# bales, $160/ ton. Oregon. 541-741-3362

14505 E 520 RD, Claremore (Tiawah area) 2 story brick home with 2680SF, 5 bdrms 3 baths 2 car, 6.7 acres tree covered hillside, shop, 20x30 detached shop with dog pens & dog runs, REDUCED $167,000, Tommy Dyer Real Estate, 918-671-1770, "Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds"

BEGGS

3/1 w/storage bldg, nice yard, 407 Isparcher St., $49,000 w/10% down, $495 mo. By owner 918-693-1820

4350 Lake Property LOT FOR SALE. One acre lot on Spavinaw Creek for sale. Full access to creek. Delaware County, OK. Northeast of Colcord, OK. $10,000. Call (918) 645-3701.

4440 Residential Out of Town Bristow 3 bdrm, 1 ba, new central heat/air, lg fenced yard, new windows, new carpet, well insulated, new siding, storage bldg, 1 car garage with new door & opener. Nice area. $70,000. 918-367-9643 or 918-462-3495

4460 Resort Property

Boxer Puppy, AKC, 11 weeks, 1 male, tails & declaws, shots and wormed, up to date, fawn, $250. Call 918-346-8853 Listen to yourself more often.

Boxers AKC, Males & Females, Fancies,

Pomeranians, M&F, black or cream, 1 M tricolored, Registered S/W, small, adorable & fluffy, $150-250, Malti-Tzu $100 918-706-0749 ENGLISH BULLDOG Puppies “BEAUTIFUL!” lots of wrinkles! AKC, up to date on shots & wormed. lindasklassykennel.com 918-427-4371 or 479-629-0748

Bob & Abraham over 50 yrs exp Obedience• Protection• Tracking Group•Private•In-House Training BobGibsonTrainingkennelsinc.com

3920 Other Pets

2300 SF retreat, 4/3 $489K Cedar Crest Club 1hr East. 918-386-2747

shots & wormed, 918-864-1029

3830 Horses / Services Poodle puppies, standard, Reg, black, chocolate, apricot, & white, $500 ready now! 918-530-6113

Miniature philly&colt, very friendly, AMHA reg w/shots 918-486-3576 Tennessee Walker w/ Mare Colt, 10 years old, rides well. $995. 445-2444

3840 Hunting Lease 281 acres in Adair County, 4 hunters for $2,000. Call after 6, 918-207-2901

3850 Livestock & Services 20 Dairy X Bottle Calves $115 ea. 20 Holsteins $125 ea 918-869-8139 2 Reg. Angus Bulls, 19 mths, tested & vacc. $1,750 ea. 918-758-7581 Alfalfa, 3x3x8, $150, Grass Hay, 3x3x8 approx. 950 lbs, $120 Ely 6J Beefmaster Ranch Sallisaw 918-605-1038 Registered Santa Gertrudis Bull. 16 months polled. 918-691-5784

Bull Mastiff Puppies, AKC, vaccinated, dewormed, fawn, beautiful, $500. 479-381-0469 Chihuahua AKC puppies, 3M, 1F, Brindle, Shots & wormed, Very friendly! Near Tulsa! 918-688-3995 or 918-269-3083 Chihuahua Puppies, ACA, 7 weeks old, Male and Female Apples, Chocolate, Parents on Premises, First Shots and Wormed, $250-300. Call 918-446-0793 Chihuahua Puppies, Males $95. Females $150. Long and short hair, 6 weeks, and Wormed. Will deliver. Call 918-857-7295

English Bulldog Pups, AKC Reg. 8wks old, 3M, $900 ea, & 1F, $1,400, S/W, Vet checked, home raised, ready to go home now. 918-575-2804 or 918-575-2805

Poodle puppies, toy, male & female & 2 year old Toy Female, $200 each, Cash only. Shots & Wormed, 918-366-7890

English Bulldogs AKC 2 M Fawn & White 8 mo. Champion Bloodlines $500, 918-244-5448 leave message if no answer or send email www.okbulliebabies@yahoo.com

4000-4099 Commercial Real Estate

Free to good home German Shepherds. Moving. 918-313-1238

4000 Commercial Property Rentals

FREE to good home, mixed Female pup, 4 mo. old 918-810-7574

French Bulldogs

3 males, 2 females, shots and wormed, brindles, black & blondes 918-758-6073

Poodles, Mini, apricot, 2 male, 2 female, puppies, S/W, vet checked, raised with kids. $295. 918-398-3715 POODLE, toy, AKC, $400 born 7/16 1 black female, very playful, some manners training. shots & wormed Last One. Mom and Dad Retiring. 918-599-7364

3900-3922 Pets & Services

Bengal Female Cat, 7 mo. old, Registered, 918-557-1859

Completely Remodeled 1405 S. 111th E. Ave (14th & Ga nett) 2 bdrm, 1.5 bath, 1 car garage, $69,900. 918-378-9078 / David

162-270 Sq. Ft. Office spaces avail. 92nd Sheridan.918-369-1206

“Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.” - Oscar Wilde

German Sheperds German Lines. Pups, Teenagers & Adults Trained Puppies 3 months are in training BobGibsonTrainingkennelsInc.com

Burmese kittens, platinum female, blue female & male, dark champagne male & light champagne female...$500...burmesekittens.net, 918-775-6772..Sallisaw 10-12 wks old

German Shepherd, AKC Puppies & adults, Champion Heidelberg’s Great Temperaments, $850 & up 918-261-4729

CAT ADOPTION Center, Loving feline companions. 486-7727 catadopttulsa.org

German Shepherd Puppies, White, 5 weeks old, POP, 1 male & 4 females, $300. 918-381-0616 or 918-381-2379.

CHIHUAHUAS, small, registered, healthy & playful, males and females, all shots. Call 918-557-2590

READY nice office/warehouse E/SE Tulsa 1000/ 5000 sf 234-5000, 519-3810

3/2/2 Patio Home, Gated Community, 1510 sq ft. Great Location! For Sale by Owner. $158,000. 918-250-8435 for appt. Tulsa World print subscribers receive unlimited access to the e-edition at no additional charge. Please go to tulsaworld.com/activate to activate your account.

PUG Puppies AKC, Black males & females, flat faces, 1 year health guarantee. Shots & Worming. $300. 918-693-5730

Pugs, Chinese, black, gorgeous, 2 girls, 5 boys, $200 each. shots, wormed, Perfect for Christmas gifts. 7 weeks old. 580-262-2471

Open Sat., Oct. 29, 1-3 p.m.

9156 S. Florence Pl.- Jenks Schools Beautiful patio home, 1845’, 3/2/2, well-maintained open plan, fml din corner lot, sunroom off master w/ French drs., natural sunlight. C21 First Choice Realty 918-232-2432

Free Cats & Kittens, all colors, to inside homes, 918-366-7890

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3910 Dogs for Sale

Cocker Spaniels, ACA Registered, 7weeks old, family raised, blonde & buff, S/W, parents on site, $175. 918-636-9496

German Shepherd pups AKC Heidelberg, vet checked, 12 wks, 2M, large breed, black & red, Pymt Avail $600 and up 918-605-7865

AKC Golden Retriever male pup, 8wks, OFA hips, Cerf eyes www.riverridgegoldens.com, $800 580-761-4164

Australian Shepherd Puppies

Rat Terrier Pups

Adorable! 1F, 3M shots, wormed 918-352-9558 or 918-270-0476

AKC, German Bloodline, S&W Big blocky heads. 918-652-5238

POP $500.

Rottweilers

Corgi, Pembroke Welsh, AKC, shots & wormed, 7 wks, red & tri, intelligent, $300. 918-650-5050 or 918-623-6621 Call or Text for pictures.

red bis and tris, Shot & wormed, $200, Text or Call 918-557-3363

German Shorthair Pointer Pups Please call for more information 918-543-3645 or 918-605-7857

Dachshund Mini Puppies AKC variety of colors, 8 wks, S&W, $200-$400 garrettsdachshunds.com 918-483-2332

Adults- 3 Females, 2 Males, AKC, Shots up to date, good natured. 918-758-6073

Bank robber “Pretty Boy” Floyd was known for destroying mortgage papers on heists, freeing hundreds of people from property debt. Jack Russell pups UKC registered 2 males, 3 females, exceptionally healthy, 5 wks. $300. also male & female 4 months old. (918)348-8825 website- www.johnsonjacks.com

Basset Hound Puppies, 11 weeks old, shots and wormed, papers on parents, Travel to Tulsa possible. Call 501-246-6602 or email thunderdogz@earthlink.net

RAT TERRIER Puppies, Registered, healthy & playful, Males & females, all shots, Call 918-557-2590

ROTTWEILER PUPS

Akita Puppies for sale, 2 female, Pinto color, Born 8/07/11, $250. Vet Checked & shots. Call 918-428-3274 or 918-605-5156 The ears of a cricket are located on the front legs, just below the knee.

4600 Tulsa South

NEW LOWER RATES Warehouses available 1,050-5,058 sf. 55th & Mingo 918-760-2452

940 sq ft OFC/RETAIL Space. 11033 S. Memorial 918-760-2452 Chihuahua Puppies Teacup/Toys, CKC Reg. $200-$250 cash. Adults $100. Home raised, will deliver. 580-436-3689 or 580-399-7493

Grand Lake - Awesome view! 4 bdrm, 3 full bath. Cov'd dock w/lift $310,000 918-230-9703

4580 Tulsa East

FREE MONTH!!!! OFFICE SPACE 120-300 sq. ft. 2604 W. Kenosha, BA 918-760-2452

3900 Cats for Sale 4 Free Kittens, 1 black, 1 orange, 1 white, 1 calico. 918-835-6004

Umbrella Cockatoo, friendly, talks, loud, says multiple phrases, will sit on your shoulder, $500. 918-486-2740 or 918-639-3432

LABRADOODLE PUPPY 4 SALE. Includes crate, food, collar, leash etc. updated on shots, wormed. $800 OBO. Call: 405-615-3144.

Boston Terrier Puppies

Schnauzers mini AKC pups, Vet cert, champ pedigree, ears show cropped, S/W. Ready now. Delivery available. 620-330-6745. www.cuteschnauzers.com Shih Tzu Puppies, Registered. 10 weeks. Home-raised, wormed, vet checked. 918-749-0077

Seawater contains enough gold that if it were mined, every person on Earth would receive nine pounds. Dachshund Puppies, 1 red male and 1 red female, 7 weeks, Shots and Wormed, ACA Registered. $150 each. 918-693-2285

1600 sqft Retail Space avail now! Glenpool, OK Call 918-630-2206

BY OWNER Open Sat & Sun 11-5 6109 S. Marion Ave. 918-481-3366 4,131 Sq ft, 4 Bdrm., 3½ bath, 3 car, 2 story, gameroom,formal Liv & Din, saferoom, $525,000.

30% OFF RENT. Office Warehouse, 3000 sq ft up to 13000 sq ft. Near I44 & BA Expwy. Loading dock & fenced yard. 918-282-7594

4100-4699 Residential Real Estate

Weimaraner AKC Puppies, Boys and girls. Highest quality and best value, professionally raised, Visa/Mc. 918-694-3868

AKC, current on shots, wormed. $250. Eufala 918-617-0851

FRESH REMODEL 51st St at Hwy 169, 3750 s/f, Office Warehouse, 2500 s/f Office Space 918-630-2206

4100 Acreage, Suburban Property

10 AC Near Bristow. $3000. down, $250/mo. or $23K Cash. 918-633-7226 20 AC South of Tulsa, trees and grass! $4000 down, $495/ monthly 918-633-7226 Prime Deer Hunting, foothills of Ozarks, between Sallisaw & Stillwell, 20 acres, hunter’s agreement rights allows you to hunt on 5600 acres, $850/ac. 918-698-3867

Mobile Ready 5 Acres

West of Mounds, heavily wooded, 20% down. By owner 918-693-1820

4140 Broken Arrow

Labrador Retriever, 3 yrs old, chocolate, male, fully trained, duck dog, works from boat, platform & land, $1500. 918-810-0397

3/2/2 UNION SCHOOLS, Bretton Woods, 4701 W. Elgin St., $199,900, McGraw Realtors, Stephen Canada (918) 671-1499, "Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds"

Union Schools, one mile to shopping, eating, hospitals and highways. Kitchen updated, Sunroom with heat/air, Cul-de-sac street. Sold as-is Foreclosure. 9321 S 94th St., $143,550.00 Chinowth & Cohen, Danny Rowell, 918-991-8162 "Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds"

Labrador Retriever, 6 months old, good temperment, very intelligent, $200. 918-691-9121 or 918-366-1202 Boston Terrier Puppies, AKC, very nice qual, shiny coats, ex temperaments, healthy w/shots. 11 wks old, $250 ea. Chouteau, OK. 918-476-6351 or 918-373-5306 Boston Terrier Puppies, papers, shots, tails cropped, born 9/10/11. Males: $250, Females $275. 918-640-0843

Maltese

Dalmatians AKC, 8 weeks, Hearing tested, microchipped, shots & wormed. $450. 918-839-9753

1 male, cute, playful Shots and Wormed. 918-758-6073

Westiepoo Puppies playful, fluffy, Three vaccinations, $200, 918-706-7781

Maltese Puppies, Boys and girls, Highest quality and best value, professionally raised. Visa/Mc. 918-694-3868

Yorkie Puppies, ACA reg. T-cup size, teddy bear face, vet checked, home raised, excellent quality, $450. 918-479-6212 or 918-693-0616

4/2.5/3 with gameroom that would be perfect for teen room. 1109 S. Willow Ave., Broken Arrow, $200,000, McGraw Realtors, Stephen Canada (918) 671-1499, "Tell me you saw this ad in the Tulsa World Classifieds"

MOVE IN 0 DOWN!

Open Sunday 2-4, 6546 E. 27th Pl. New C H/A, paint, carpet & tile 3/2/2, $93,000. $710 pmt, 918-637-7959


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THE STARS

Tonight: Make it an early night.

BY JACQUELINE BIGAR

You might want to extract more from a project requiring your creativity and a good deal of nurturing. Possibly someone is involved with you and has a good idea of what is possible. A conversation lets you know how committed someone else is. Tonight: Let your imagination rock and roll.

OCT. 29, 2011 Note: Bigar’s Stars is based on the degree of your sun at birth. The sign name is simply a label astrologers put on a set of degrees for convenience. For best results, readers should refer to the dates following each sign. A baby born today, Oct. 29, 2011, is a Scorpio with a Moon in Sagittarius. Happy birthday for Saturday: You might want to move in a new direction this year. Your instincts hold you back, as a conservative path might be best. You want to gain greater insight. Enhance your value both professionally and emotionally. Open up to new beginnings that might not be as dynamic as you wish, but could enhance your security. If you are single, don’t hold yourself back so much. No one can truly love you until they really get to know you. If you are attached, the two of you need more mellow time alone as a couple. Work toward a goal. LIBRA could hold you back.

The Stars Show the Kind of Day You’ll Have: 5-Dynamic; 4-Positive; 3-Average; 2-So-so; 1-Difficult DARIES (March 21-April 19) .....................••••

Your serious yet firm understanding of the possibilities helps you steer a steady course. Active discussions with at least one other person would indicate that you are on your own. Remember that you can blaze a new trail, and you will do just that in this case. Tonight: Feed your mind. ETAURUS (April 20-May 20) ..................... •••

Reach out for a key partner in the financial realm. You might feel limited until you have this conversation. Suddenly, you see life with renewed interest, as this discussion probably involving finances opens up. Move forward with care. Tonight: Togetherness. FGEMINI (May 21-June 20) .....................••••

You might want to consider others’ requests. You have a plan. It might be wise to follow through on what another person considers important. Go with his or her suggestions for now. Solidify a situation involving a child or new friendship. Tonight: Go with the flow. GCANCER (June 21-July 22) ........................ •••

Pace yourself, knowing how much you need to accomplish. A power play occurs between different interests involving financial security and risk-taking. A steady, even pace proves to be much more effective.

4630 Tulsa Midtown

5055 Short Term Rentals

HLEO (July 23-Aug. 22) ......................... •••••

5150 Houses - Owasso/Collinsville Unfurnished

IVIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22))...........................••

Your somber mood works well, as you need to feel restricted to some degree. If left alone, you could be carefree and a bit out of kilter. You might feel as if you have too many obligations for your liking. Options will appear in time. Tonight: Head home. JLIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) .......................••••

Your slant might be a bit less assuming than you are used to, but on the other hand, it works much better. Your ability to come to terms with situations sets a pattern. You know what you are doing. Allow more creativity to flow. Tonight: Visit with a neighbor. KSCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)) ........................••

Be aware that you could be more negative than you realize. Pull back and do some solid thinking. Do some thinking about a purchase, but by all means, make the purchase if you really want to. You have been amazingly self-disciplined. Why not ask for a little more playfulness? Tonight: Your treat. LSAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) ............ •••

Zero in on what you want. You could be amazed by what goes down around you — just look. Friends could be more somber than you think is necessary. You might need to tease someone out of the doldrums. Invite others over for a fun get-together. Tonight: On center stage. ACAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)................. •••

Beautiful So. Tulsa 4,250 SF Home ONLY $950/mo. Union Schools & Near Tpk & shopping. 972-243-1929

5070 Houses - General Unfurnished

•$525 812 W. 139th Pl. Glenpool, 3/2 Huge deck, treed fenced lot •$675 11027 E. 11th Pl, Condo, 3/2 2 car garage, Fireplace, pool, nice •$725 4303 E. 28th Pl. 3/1, nice, 1 car garage, fenced yard, •$875 1316 E. 19th St, 2/1.5, down, Nice hardwoods, lots of windows, huge living & dining rooms •$875 1312 N. Garfield, 3/2/2, Sand Springs, 2 living, Fireplace ---------------------------------------------------4671 S Winston, $800/mo, yr lease, $800/dep. Redecorated, 3 bd, 2 ba, new carpet, garage, fenced yard, NO PETS. 918-638-5838 918-695-7603

A must appearance makes a difference and allows greater flow within your immediate circle. A loved one or special friend could be a little down. You might want to handle a situation weighing on this person in order to make it easier to go off and pursue some fun. Tonight: Out until the wee hours.

4810 Manufactured Housing for Sale ‘97 16’x80’ Southern MH, energy eff. All elec & ready for move in. Good cond, located on lot in Okmulgee or can be moved. $15,500. More info call Lori 479-544-2307

5000-5260 Rentals 5000 Apartments-Furnished 3 LOCATIONS Efficiencies $390. Free utilities. 918-583-0549 918585-1629 or 918-583-7934

Updated 1 bdrm 1 bath, Washer and Dryer, Appliances, Fenced, Recreation Room, Covered Patio, $500/mth + $550 dep. 918-519-1117 Bills paid, 1 bdrm duplex, (918) 688-4995 para espanol (918)407-9618

Section 8 OK, 3 bedroom, appl, Central Heat 918-747-3677

$99 MOVE-IN - 2 bdrm Special

Woodcreek Apts 918-437-0878 www.RentStimulus.org

Downtown/River Parks 1 Bdrm., Water paid, very clean. 14th & Frisco. $400/mo. 918-850-9099 or 918-850-8400

Studio: bills pd, lv/bdrm combo, designer cabinets in kit/bath, tile & hrdwd flrs, ceiling fans, atrium doors.priv deck/gazebo. Bixby Res Property. $698 dep&ref 918-369-3127 NEAR 8th & Lewis, 1 bdrm, $400/mo + elec. $150 dep, 2420 E 8th 918-851-6918

1562 S Yorktown Place, Gillette Historic District. 4 bdrm, 2 ba, hardwood floors, updated kitchen, $320,000. 918-595-5956 or 918-855-3297

Ask for Move-in Specials! 1,2 & 3 Beds. Sec. 8. ALL BILLS PAID NO DEPOSIT, NO APP FEE

Specials for Seniors 55+ & Disabled. 1 Bed $50 dep. Pets under 30lbs welcome. Sect 8 accepted ALL BILLS PAID (918)-583-3354 Live like new in a 1929 Clinker Brick! Fantastic Florence Park Renovation. 3 Bdrm, 2 Ba + Lg storage bldg. Open Sun 2pm-4pm. 1631 S Evanston. $229K 918-527-2729

ALL UTILITIES PAID 1-bdrm $495 Malibu Apts. 34th & Yale 918-749-1292 Free internet, Wi-Fi, cable and phone. 1 & 2 bedroom Specials 918-814-5309 ALL UTILITIES PAID. Lg 1 bdrm apts $550. Hollywood Apartments 12th/Memorial 918-838-3321 All Utilities Paid, Onsite laundry, pool, manager onsite! Large 1 Bdrm $495. Deville Apts 48th & Peoria 918-749-1387

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 10/30 1-4 Charming bungalow 2+/1/1, walk to TU, completely updated, SS appl., new C H/A, hardwood & tile, 3532 E. 6th St. $110,000 918-284-3517

4800-4820 Manufactured Housing 4800 Manufactured Housing Acreage Suburban 2-3-4 Bdrm homes set in nice park. Close to all schools. Lease or lease purchase available. Tulsa Housing Welcome!438-2001

4810 Manufactured Housing for Sale Repo! Beautiful 4BR/3BA

2007 Model Doublewide. Stainless steel appliances, Fireplace, Hardi exterior. Free Delivery and set, AC. Come see this big home. $379 Mo. W.A.C. ASPEN HOMES 918-438-5224

2011 Dealer Repo! 16x76 3BR/2BA. Northern Built. FREE Delivery, set-up, air. FREE Washer/Dryer, $279 Mo. W.A.C. ASPEN HOMES 918-438-5224

ALL UTILITIES PAID 1 bdrm $495, Dep $350 VICTOR APTS 4845 S. Victor 918-742-1840 Got Wood?? Come check out the wood burning fire place in your new apt. Large 1 & 2 bedrooms available! Call Today! 918-494-8689

1 & 2 BEDROOM. All bills pd. Pay weekly or monthly. Flexible pay and low move-in. 918-855-8871

Welcome home to Brookwood Apts. Tucked away in quiet community. 1 & 2 Bedrooms Available 918-742-6695

Rake up the savings at Sundance with our newly Reduced Rates, 31st & Riverside, www.SundanceApartmentsTulsa.com,Call 918.749.5794

5030 Condos, Townhouses ** October Special ** 2 & 3 Bdrm Townhomes, $885-$995. Attached Garages, Gated Community. E. 19th & S.Memorial 918-296-3526 or 918-346-2388 Listen to yourself more often.

Completely remodeled, 2536 E. 5th Pl. $375 + $300 dep. 918-869-8619

Riverview Condo, $1,300/mo, all bills pd except elec. 3/2.5 gas FP, balcony w/view of pool, cov’d parking. Private entrance. Great location. 611 W. 15th. 918-327-0663 WILLOWS $685/mo $500/dep 2/2. Completely Remodeled, W/D Hook ups, Fireplace, Gated Community, 918-857-6113 Listen to yourself more often.

3/2/2, 12955 E. 28th Pl. Central H/A, privacy fence, freshly painted, garden home, FP, very clean, $840/mo + $500 dep. 918-814-2529

Nice 2 & 3 Bed Homes

near Admiral & Yale, $700 & up, Sec. 8 OK, security dep. required $35 app fee. 918-637-1641

GRAND Lake 3/2, swim/boat dock w/ slip, furnished, need bedding, 3 days & 2 nights, $200. Call to reserve. 918-786-4892

5240 Rooms - Hotels/Motels

$30 nightly. $145 weekly 3 day $75 special. Royal Inn 446-6191. Relax Inn 835-0047 INTERSTATE INN 918-446-1600 $25/day, $110/week, Wi-Fi guest laundry Stay in Mingo RV Park, Nice travel trailers for rent, $150-250 week + deposit. Free Cable, Paid Utilities & WIFI. No Pets. I-244 & Mingo Rd. 918-832-8824 OASIS MOTEL- Wk. $149.95, 3 day$89.95 Tax not incl. 918-835-2301

1010 Legal Publishes in the Tulsa World, October 29, 2011, Tulsa, OK To be auctioned at 10:00 a.m. November 10, 2011

New carpet & tile. 3 or 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2 car garage, fenced yard, C/H/A, formal dining. 9207 S 36th West Ave, Golden Oaks East. $1300 mo/$1000 dep. 918-224-6146 House for rent, 4/2.5 Berryhill Schools, $1099, $900 dep. 1/4 Mi. from TCC west. Avail. 1st. 918-504-9353

5120 Houses - Bixby Unfurnished 3/2/2 on 1/3 acre - Bixby

1600 sf, $850, sec dep $850+ waive cleaning & pet fee if you clean. 17226 S. 90th E Ave. 918-269-1910

Storage Station Downtown at 705 S. Elgin, Tulsa, OK 74107 B17 Latice Freeman, 413 E. King St., Tulsa, OK, A15 Michael Harris, 8726 Edgar Ln. Joplin, MO, C23 Larry Fleshman, 2501 E. 10th St. #6, Tulsa, OK Second auction at 1:30 Storage Station Midtown 2916 E. 51st St., Tulsa, OK 74105 J43 Vince Brinkley 8111 S. 77th E. Ave. Apt. 102C, Tulsa, OK, K11 Cross Cultural Education 3739 E. 45th Pl. Tulsa, OK, B15 Christopher Cadieux 3601 E. 96th PL. Tulsa, OK, J46 Jennifer Williams 2859 E. 49th St. Tulsa, OK, B28 Kacey Williamson 2500 W. Viola Broken Arrow, OK, C07 Michael Land 416 E. Wichita Ct. Tulsa, OK

7544 E 27th Pl,2 living, huge mast. 3/2/2 new carpet/pt $820 918-277-1360

5130 Houses - Broken Arrow/ Coweta Unfurnished

One out of every 2,000 babies is born with a tooth.

Clean, 4 BDRM, 1 bath, appls, hardwoodsC.H.A$590.918-946-0709

228 W. Utica Pl. 3/2/2. Fireplace, fenced yard, newly remodeled, new appliances, new floor coverings. $875/mo. 405-314-3247

Published in the Tulsa World, October 29, 30, 2011, Tulsa, OK

Broken Arrow Water Supply Improvements Bid Date & Time: December 2 @ 3:00 PM

5080 Houses - North Unfurnished ALL NEW 4327 N. FRANKFORTPL-$750- 9 E. 44 PL. N. -$700 2130 N. FRANKFORT PL $550 SECTION-8 APPROVED 918-836-3089

SBE/WBE/MBE INVITATION TO BID Foley Company will be accepting subcontract and/or material bids for:

Owen Park Area, Clean 2 bdrm, CH/A W/D hook-up, garage, Price Reduced! $550 w/ discount, 503 N. Rosedale 918-288-6121

3/2/2, 409 W. Charleston, Arrowsprings/Childers/S. Intermediate. C H/A, Fireplace, fenced, $795. Steve/Agent 918-633-8909

Send bids or Questions to Foley Company @ 7501 Front Street, KCMO, 64120. Tel: 816/241-3335, Fax: 816/231-5762.

North Side Rentals. 3/1/1 All Bills Paid. SECTION 8 ONLY Must already have voucher. 918-808-7463

3 bdrm, 1 bath, den, carport, $499, 918-234-8014. www.pics4rent.com Nice 3 bdrms, rent to own, (918) 688-4995 Para Espanol 918-407-9618 2 Bedroom near Sheridan & Apache, fenced, stove & fridge, washer/dryer hook-ups, C H/A, No pets or Smoker 918-357-3070 or 918-637-9046

2/1, appliances, corner lot near Admiral/Yale, $600. 918-381-4751

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3 bedroom, 1 bath. SEC. 8 OK. 3837 N. Delaware 918-724-2447 3 Bedroom Home, New flooring & paint $550 mo 918-200-2570

5085 Houses Central Unfurnished A Cute 3 Bedrm, 1 Bath, fenced yard, garage, 3223 S. Jamestown Call 918-693-9925 1 Spacious Bdrm w/lg walk-in, 1 Bath, Lg kit, fireplace, priv fenced patio. SOUTH Tulsa (71st & Yale) $550/mo. 918-504-3345

All Bills Paid

3/1/1 Brookside remodeled, granite 4908 S. Norfolk, $900/mo. 269-8272

5090 Houses South Unfurnished 3/2/2, Jenks Schools, large yard, Central H/AC, enclosed patio, granite breakfast bar, good condition, washer/dryer, $1400/mo +dep 9904 S. Kingston Ave. 918-230-6678

1 bd Apts - $535 mth-$100 Dep., 1140 S. 101st East Ave. 918-836-5212

2 bedroom, 1.5 baths, W/D hook ups, 950 sqft. $525/mo. no pets! 918-299-7733

5050 Duplexes - Unfurnished

3 BDRM, 1 Bath, fenced yard, 2 car garage, FP, Union schools, new carpet & paint, no pets, $850/mo. + $850 Dep. 918-906-8445 Avail. Dec. 1 near 75th/Yale. 1 LEVEL, Appx., 2500sqft. Move-in cond., 3/2/2/2 Corner lot, 2 decks, storage building. $1675/mo., $1000 sec. dep. Credit check, NO PETS. Or, for sale- $174,900. Owner/agent. 918-492-2425/ 918-232-1704 4/1.5/2, Nice area, Sapulpa, Ref. req, $750/mo + dep, 918-357-3579

JENKS 3/2/2

2/2/1, No smoking or Pets. Mature couple/widow $775/mo 918-492-4807

renovated, new paint inside & out, fenced. 2911 W. 112th St, $995, call 918-899-9940

3-2-1 63rd and S. Peoria, Central Heat and Air, Fenced Yard $650/mo Section 8 OK 918-812-5026

Glenpool, 1228 E 140th Pl 3/2/2. $995 very nice.owner/broker918.637.2300

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To subscribe, call 918-582-0921.

Near 33rd West Ave and I-44, 3 bedroom 1 bath, new counter top in kitchen, fresh paint, large fenced corner lot. $695/month + deposit. Owner may consider lease purchase. Call 918-697-3718

Sand Springs new home. 3/2/2, 1500 sq.ft, very energy efficient. 5110 Skylane Drive. $1350. Call Glenn for appt. 918-906-5291.

3 bed, 2 bath, 1 car, fenced, $600. 918-234-8014, www.pics4rent.com

68th & Yale- Willow Creek 3. 1 bedroom Condo, Water paid, no pets. $495/mo. 918-760-0129

for yesterday’s puzzle.

5110 Houses - West Unfurnished

5220 Resort Property Rentals

4 bed, split level, living & family room, Central H/A. 2 car garage, fenced back. $750/month, $550 dep 4066 N Elgin. 918-425-8915 or 918-344-4218

3/2.Close to ORU/Riverparks/Jenks 2809 E. 90th St. $1050. 918-808-4988

Answers

12641 E 19th St 3/1, $750/mo, avail now. fenced • 11508 E 27th St, 3/1.5/2 $800/month. No cats or Section 8. owner agent. 918-605-2720

2/3 Bdrm in park, $575, no credit! lease/own se habla Espanol425-6000

3 bdrm, 2.5 baths, 2 car located near Creek Turnpike, gated community, 2200 sf. $1500/month. 918-760-2452

Construction Special, all bills paid, $50 to $70 dollars off monthly rent. 6805 S. Lewis Ave. Call for Details, 918-728-7551 CLEAN & QUIET, Lg 2 bedroom, w/ W/D hook ups. Nice carpet & appliances, Reserved parking. No Section 8. No pets. 918-834-6787

3/1.5/2, fenced yard, hardwood floors, $700mth, $500 dep, no pets Avail Nov. 1st, 918-272-3299

3 & 4 Bedrooms, $700 & up 918-747-4515 owner broker

Newly painted 1 bdrm, C H/A, Appliances. Water paid, Price Reduced! $400 w/ discount. 1305 N. Richmond. 918-288-6121

MOVE IN TODAY 2 bdrm 1.5 bath on the lake with full size connections, $625. Call today for specials! 918-664-7555 or 918-664-7513 FREE RENT! Walk to the River! SAND DOLLAR 918-749-5259

5210 Rent with Option 3/2/2 VERY NICE home in Jenks. $1100/mo. 918-224-7715 pics at www.nwinc.com/jenks

* MIDTOWN *

3 car garage, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2000 sq. ft., energy eff. Fenced yard, new home. 19133 E 48 Pl. So. $1650. Call Bob 918-809-7493

5020 Apartments-Unfurnished $0* 918-322-5310 Nice 1-BR Laundrymat-Specials, Most bills paid, Glenpool

2 or 3 Bdrm in park, $575/Mo, no credit!!! se habla Espanol 425-6000

2/1/1, All new including appliances, Large fenced yard, 5209 E. 17th St. $700/mo. 918-894-8131

Broken Arrow, Country Lane Schools, new home, 1600 sq. ft., 3/2/2. $1450. Call Bob 918-809-7493, 4722 S 178 E ave. also 4834 So.186 E Ave.

4/3/2 Owasso home, office, privacy fence, spacious backyard, family friendly. $1,300/mo. 12308 E. 89th St. N. 918-688-4404

5195 Mobile Home Rentals

BERRYHILL AREA, 1BR House 2540 1/2 S 65 W Ave, $400 mo, $300 security deposit, $300 pet deposit. Call Bruce (918) 269-1112

LARGE 1 Bdrm $350/mo Garden, Walking Path, Parking, Laundry, $99 Deposit! 918-835-0420 1731 S Gary Pl, 2/1/1, Florence Park home. Very cute, remodeled, move in ready, all appliances stay, hardwoods, cast stone mantle, patio, fenced yard. $125,000. Call Ashley, Owner/Associate 918.607.8641

SAPULPA 1115 E. Jackson #2 2Br 1.5 Bath, $550/mo. $300 deposit, 1 yr lease, W/D hook-ups, references required 918-488-0123

5100 Houses - East Unfurnished

5020 Apartments-Unfurnished

Near Riverside Drive & I-44 1&2 Bedrooms $430-665/month, Call for Details 918-742-2700 5101 S Madison Ave, Tulsa, OK.

3/2/3 brick house for rent, fenced 5 ac. Morton building, all electric. $1600/mo + $800 dep. Available now! 918-855-0124

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Exlusive- Glen Oaks-61st/Harvard 24 hr gated community. 3 bedroom 2 bath, professionally maintained landscaping,17ft ceilings,fireplace $2495/mo. Call for appt 918-261-5200

BAQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) ............ •••••

CPISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) ...................... •••

3/2/2 Built 07, Immaculate, backs to golf course, Jenks schools, $1095/mo, 2554 W. 66 Pl., See Web For Info/Pics: srfproperty.com 918-960-0408

Glenpool, brick, 2/1/1, fenced yard, $650/mo. + $650 dep. 918-299-1996

Take your time and know that if you want to spend the day resisting plans and just doing your thing, that’s OK. Understand what is happening with a family member. Your instincts tell you how to handle different areas of your life. Tonight: Do your thing. You finally have time to enjoy your friends and the many people in your life. Slow down and decide who and what you want. Others seem to surround you. The unexpected plays a role in your plans. Laughter needs to come forward. Tonight: Where the fun is.

5130 Houses - Broken Arrow/ Coweta Unfurnished 3/1/1, 909 W. Galveston, Broken Arrow Schools, fenced backyard, $800/mo, $600/Dep, 1 yr. lease, Call 918-521-7717

Used 2 Bed/2 Bath. Free Delivery $2995. 918-438-5224

Good investment! 3/1, huge detached workshop, secluded area in the city. Call for appt. 918-691-4285

5090 Houses South Unfurnished

3/2/2, Jenks Schools $795 ready now 7313 S. St. Louis Ave. 918-269-8272

3/2/2 Carpet, Blinds, Central Heat/Air, Fireplace, Privacy Fence. Near 91st & Memorial. $900 month. 918-299-3486

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