All three drivers in a campaign caravan carrying retired general Wesley Clark of Little Rock got speeding tickets yesterday from an Oklahoma state trooper. Clark`s three-car caravan was headed back from a campaign appearance in McAlester to Oklahoma City shortly early Sunday, shortly after midnight, when it was pulled over by the trooper. The trooper cited Clark staffer Reid Cherlin -- who was driving the lead vehicle carrying Clark and foreign policy adviser Jamie Rubin -- for speeding. The trooper said he clocked the car at 88 miles per hour in a 75 mile an hour zone. Cherlin said he had set the car`s cruise control for 83 miles per hour. Cherlin and the drivers of the two other cars in the caravan were given $150 speeding tickets.