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May 9, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Thanks in large part to benefactors at a rival high school, students were able to salvage their prom even though many lost their homes and clothing to the deadly storms that swept through Oklahoma. Wearing formal attire donated by local shops and Edmond North High School students, the Del City High School couples arrived at their prom hoping to cap a week of bad memories with good ones.
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May 9, 1999 | From Times Wire Reports
Thanks in large part to benefactors at a rival high school, students were able to salvage their prom even though many lost their homes and clothing to the deadly storms that swept through Oklahoma. Wearing formal attire donated by local shops and Edmond North High School students, the Del City High School couples arrived at their prom hoping to cap a week of bad memories with good ones.
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SPORTS
August 25, 1988 | JEFF RILEY, Times Staff Writer
Junior Meek probably said it best by not saying anything. He just laid there, with an arm draped over his forehead, and snored. Wrestling just isn't meant to be staged in August, especially in California where the sport is probably more closely associated with mud and oil than with high school athletics.
SPORTS
April 13, 1987 | Tom Hamilton
Richard Vanderloo's telephone hasn't stopped ringing since the National Federation of State High School Athletic Assns. two weeks ago adopted the three-point shot for boys' and girls' basketball games. The federation accepted the 19-foot 9-inch distance used the past season on the collegiate level. The rule applies to varsity, junior varsity, sophomore and freshman games and all playoff competition for the 1987-88 season.
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