The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 11, 1963 · Page 5
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THE OTTAWA HERALD K Monday, Feb. 11, 1M3 9 i^^^BII^^I^IB""""^"^^"^""^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~~~~™~~~ We're Overstocked ... We have over 75 of the best Used Cars in the midwest. We naed room and are overstocked." So, for one week we are offering to you our friends and customers « WHOLESALE PRICES on all our used ears OR Wed,, Feb. 20 they 90 to the Kansas City Auto Auction if they are not sold. BUY NOW and SAVE. J DAVID'S A GOOD SCOUT—David Bechtle, member of Ottawa Boy Scout Troop 77, received God and Country Award during services Sunday at First Methodist Church, Troop 77 sponsor. Pictured with David are members of his family (front row, from left), sister, Harriett, 17-year-old Ottawa High senior; mother, Mrs. Chester Bechtle, 404 S. Cherry, and father, Mr. Bechtlc, and (back row) F. W. Adamson (left), Troop 77 Scoutmaster, and Rev. Charles P. Knight, First Methodist pastor. (Herald Photo) Additional Sports Bowling Roundup College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Princeton 61, Yale 58 Brown 61, Penn 59 Cornell 75, Dartmouth 62 St. Bonaventure 71, DePaul 67 St. John's, N.Y., 57, Notre Dame 52 LaSalle 74, Syracuse 66 Providence 95, Cathoolic U. 58 Niagara 81, St. Peter's 74 Canisius 15; Manhattan 72 Pittsburgh 72, Westminster, Pa. 95 Penn State 79, Navy 67 Massachusetts 68, Rhode Island 15 Harvard 71, Columbia 50 Connecticut 89, Maine 61 Colgate 85, Buffalo 71 Fordham 71, Army 56 SOUTH Duke 56, North Carolina State 15 William & Mary 75, West Virginia 72 Wake Forest 72, North Carolina 71 Auburn 70, Georgia 67 (ot) Mississippi State 83, Tennessee 19 Vanderbilt 80, Tulane 69 Louisiana State 58, Georgia Tech 54 Kentucky 75, Mississippi 69 Miami, Fla., 94, Louisville 84 Alabama 75, Florida 74 Clemson 62, Maryland 60 South Carolina 66, Virginia 59 Memphis State 72, Citadel 63 Furman 82, George Washington 74 Marshall 100, Tampa 88 MIDWEST Cincinnati 65, Bradley 61 Illinois 91, Michigan State 86 Ohio State 94, Wisconsin 70 Colorado 62, Kansas 52 Oklahoma State 54, Iowa State 50 Michigan 90, Indiana 86 St. Louis 68, Wichita 61 Missouri 69, Nebraska 61 Iowa 66, Northwestern 65 (2 ot Minnesota 80, Purdue 73 Kansas State 100, Oklahoma 6 Dayton 70, Detroit 68 Bowling Green 66, Ohio U. 62 Oklahoma City, 104, West Texa State 59 Toledo 84, Miami, Ohio 70 SOUTHWEST Arizona State U. 73, Arizona 54 Tulsa 76, Houston 69 Texas A&M 85, Texas Christia Gilbert Rolls 621 In Sweep By PNB Peoples National Bank swept all four points from Todd's Mobile Homes in a Grand Champions League match last night at the Ottawa Bowl. The bankers, led by A. Gilbert with 621, toppled 2,706 pins to 2,468 for Todd's in the no-spot contest. PNB entered with a team verage of 850, compared to 851 or Todd's, sefr no handicap was given. PNB opened with a 937 ne, rolled 856 in the middle and losed with 919. Gilbert rolled lines of 231-18604, averaging 207. Other scores the big team series were 572 y A. Knoeppel, 561 with a 218 >ne by R. Page, 537 by R. Lich- .enberger and 415 by A. Ben- lett. High for Todd's were Homer Kramer, with 570, including a 214 ine, and 0. Shofner, with 501. Grand Champion teams are 69 Arkansas 75, Baylor 65 North Texas State 67, Drake Texas 77, Southern Methodist Rice 89, Texas Tech 77 One County League Game This Week Princeton goes to Williamsburg Friday night, Feb. 15, in the only Franklin County League game this week. Four of the five league teams will be in action against non- league foes Tuesday night, Feb. 12. Coach Clayton True's Lane Lions will be at home Tuesday night against Edgerton. The Lions fortunately will play the balance of their games at home. Other Tuesday night games include Colony at Richmond, Greeley at Williamsburg and Fontana at Princeton. Pomona will be idle. On Friday night, Greeley will be at Lane, Richmond at Kincaid and Pomona at Lyndon. Williamsburg and Pomona still are tied for the county league lead with 6-1 league marks. Lane has a 4-3 league record; Princeton is 1-5, and Richmond, 0-7. last year's league champs at the Ottawa Bowl. The Side Swipers, led by Craig Davis with a 2-line series of 336, swept three points from the Sleepers in the R & M Midget League last week at the Ottawa Bowl. J. Sauer rolled 262 for the Deuces Wild which beat the Timber Tumblers, 2-1. Team results and individual scores in the Champions, R & M and Saturday Night Fun and Nite Owl Leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUES Ladiei Team W L Arnold's Jewelry m'A 3VA KOPO 54'/a 37Va VFW Auxiliary 50 42 Todd Insurance 48% 43% Shlnn & Haley 37 Vi 54 Va Eagles Auxiliary 25 67 Royal T (Men'i) Al Beets Ramblers .. ....!«'/& 5V4 Maracalbo Oil 18 6 Bundy's Insurance 14 10 Trout's Jewelry 13 11 Ottawa Savings & Loan .. .12 12 Henslek Grocery 10 14 Foremost Dairy t 10 Self-Service Shoes • 15 Best Truck Line 8 12 LL&B Oilers 4</a U Industrial (Men'i) Ottawa Times 54>/a 37V4 Presto Food Service 51 41 Peoples National Bank .. .48 44 Bennett Creamery 46 46 Nitcher Floor Service .. ..40 52 Wilson Cleaners 36% 55VS Two In Playoff ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP)Marilynn Smith and Mickey Wright go after the top money to- ay in the St. Petersburg Women's )pen Golf tournament in an 18- lole playoff. Miss Wright, the favorite from Dallas, forced the playoff Sunday when she carded a par 71 for a otal of 288. Miss Smith, leader the first three rounds, wavered on the final nine and came lome with a 73. Pro Basketball Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston ........ 43 18 .705 Syracuse .... 35 24 .593 7 Cincinnati New York 32 16 28 43 .533 .271 Western Division Los Angeles . 46 14 .767 St. Louis .... 35 25 .583 Detroit 22 37 .373 San Francisco . 22 38 .367 Chicago 19 43 .306 26 11 24 28 CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa t/alentine's Day Feb. 14th and now to financial house for sensible new car financing. Quick • Convinlint • Confidential "[Interstate U8G |J FINANCB • O M P A M V TOM TOULOUSE, MANAGER 429 South Main St - CH 2-1080 Beautiful Hearts for your Valentine 75cto$10 pink and red, satins, foils .. plain and fancy ...all sizes, all kinds! Assorted Chocolates 1 fb. box $1.50 2 Ib. box 2.95 fresh, delicious chocolates... .* creams, fruits, nuts, caramels and crisp centers/ Always a favorite for Valentine's Day. 1961 Dodge Dart Original Tan Finish. Radio, Heater and new Powerflite transmission. Local One Owner. $1295 1958 Ford Fair lane 500 The best Ford in 1958.. 4-Dr., V-8, Radio, Heater and Fordomatic Transmission. One Owner. $695 I960 Chevrolet 4 Dr., Six Cylinder. Radio and Heater. Standard transmission. Original inside and out. $1095 1955 Ford Excellent second car. 4 Dr. Sedan. Radio, Heater and Standard Transmission. $195 When buying a Used Car we recommend that you consider the following: Buy a Used Car from a dealer you have confidence in! A dealer who will stand behind the car and has a service shop of his own to insure that the car has been properly serviced. Buy from a local dealer (we hope you try us first). Spend your money wisely and with care ... it is yours so get the most from your money . . . and Moore's offer just that. The Used Cars qualified to carry the "OK Chevrolet Guarantee" are new car trade-ins and are mostly local one owner cars. Because of this "OK Guarantee" it is necessary for us to give each car a more thorough check than most dealers selling Used Cars in this area. It is a responsibility we must have in order to insure you, the Used Car buyer, of the very best value money can buy. Here's A Partial Listing of Our Used Cars To Choose From 1962 Chevrolet Impala, 4-Dr., Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Power-Glide Trans., Power Steering and Brakes, Power Seat, Factory Air. 1962 Dodge Dart, 2-Dr., Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Power-Flite Trans. 1961 Oldsmobile Wagon, Six Passenger, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Brakes and Air. 1961 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Dr., Sedan, Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Air. 1961 Chevrolet Impala, 2-Dr., Hardtop, Radio and Heater, Power-Glide. 1961 Corvair Monza, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1961 Chevrolet Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Std. Trans. 1961 Chevrolet Impala, 4-Dr. Sedan, Radio, Heater, Power-Glide Trans. 1961 Chevrolet Six, 2-Dr., Radio Heater, Std, Trans. I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1960 Corvette 4-Speed, Heater. I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. I960 Ford Falcon, Ford-0-Matic, Radio, Heater. 1959 Ford Galaxie, V-8, 2-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater, Ford-0-Matic. 1959 Chevrolet Brookwood, 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater. 1959 Pontiac 2-Dr., Radio, Heater, Hydra- matic, Power Steering, Power Brakes. 1959 Oldsmobile Super 88, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Factory Air. 1959 Oldsmobile 88, 4-Dr., Heater, Hydramatic. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Haal- er, Power-Glide. 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne, V-8, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Healer, Power-Glide, Power Steering, Brakes. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., H.T., Kadio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Oldsmobile Super 88, 4-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1957 Chevrolet Six, 2-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio and Heater. 1957 Chevrolet ' Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide, Factory Air. 1957 Chevrolet 210, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Ford 2-Dr., Radio, Heater and Ford- 0-Matic. 1957 Ford Six, 4-Dr., Radio and Healer. 1957 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, 9-Pass., Six, Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, V-8, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Turbo-Glide, Power Brakes, Steering. 1955 Chevrolet 210, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Power-Glide. 1955 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater, and Power-Glide. 1955 Plymouth Belvedere, 4-Dr., Radio, Healer and Power-Flite. 1955 Studebaker 2-Dr.,' Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater and Overdrive. 1954 Chevrolet 210, 4-Dr., Healer and Power Glide. 1954 Ford 2-Dr., Radio, Healer and Ford 0-Matic. 1954 Ford Six, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater am Overdrive. 1954 Pontiac 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Hydr 1953 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1953 Plymouth 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 953 DeSoto 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 952 Studebaker 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1952 Chevrolet 2-Dr., Heater and Power-Glid*. 1951 Mercury 2-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1951 Chevrolet 2-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1950 Oldsmobile 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Hydr. TRUCKS I960 Chevrolet %-Ton, Radio, Heater and 4- Speed. I960 Chevrolet 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. I960 Chevrolet W-Ton, Heater. 1959 Ford %-Ton, Heater. 1959 Ford %-Ton, Heater and Radio, 1959 Ford l^-Ton, Six, Heater. 1955 Ford !4-Ton, Heater. 1955 Chevrolet ^-Ton, Heater. 1951 IHC 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. 1950 Chevrolet l&-Ton, Heater. 1950 Chevrolet l!4-Ton, Heater. 1949 Dodge %-Ton, Heater. 1947 Chevrolet Vi-Ton, Heater and 4-Speed. Oft. COURTHOUSE DIAL CH 2-302* // You Bought a Car and Didn't See MOORE - You Lost Money! MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS., Ine. 412 South Main Ph. CH 2-3640

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