The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 13, 1963 · Page 3
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ARNOLD PALMER Chalk Up Another For Palmer PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP)-Arnold Palmer has his third straight Phoenix Open golf championship today after a final round that was 48 hours late but 7 minutes too long for little Gary Player. While Player sat glumly near the Scoreboard after missing a short putt that meant a playoff, Palmer rammed home a 4-footer for a 70 and a 72-hole total of 273 Tuesday that won the $35,000 tournament by a stroke. Rain had washed out two pre vious attempts to play the final round of the championship at the par 72 Arizona Country Club course, but Player, the little man from Souh Africa, was more con cerned about a 7-minute delay. Needing to sink a 4-footer for a birdie that, as it turned out, would have tied Palmer, Player stewed for 7 minutes while his playing partner, Don January, waited to see if a putt that had hung on the lip of the cup on the 18th hole would drop in. It didn't and an obviously nervous Player finally got a chance at his 4-footer, and missed it- settling for a par 4 and a runner- up total of 274, a stroke behind Palmer and a stroke ahead of the third-place finisher, Jack Nicklaus. Mangled Leg Fails To Stop Utah Cager SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-Allen Holmes of the University of Utah is perhaps the best one-legged basketball player in the country. The appraisal is that of Harry James, probably the nation's only collegiate tennis coach operating from a wheel chair. Aside from their joint enthusiasm over the Utah basketball team, James and Holmes have something else in common: Both have heard doctors say they might never walk again. James, a polio victim since 1945, still hasn't Holmes has, recovering in less than two years from an auto accident that left his right leg shattered and his thigh severly mangled. Holmes is not only walking, he's back in action as a varsity player at Utah, hobbling along as a mere shadow of his once speedy self but lifting a so-so team with head and heart. Trendel Sinks 34 But Melvern Wins MELVERN — In spite of 34 points by Lyndon's Roger Trendel, Melvern's Panthers rolled their season mark to 15-2 here last night, beating the Tigers, 6456, in an Osage County League game. Melvern took a 34-24 halftime lead, held the 10-point margin after the third and coasted out with 18 points in the final quarter. Trendel, Lyndon's 6-2^ senior, scored 13 field goals and 8 free throws for his 34 points. Wayne Cranwell led the Panthers with 22 points. Coach Gene Otis and his Panthers have two regular season games remaining, both at home where they haven't been beaten this season. Waverly will be the foe Friday night, Feb. 15, and Lebo, Tuesday night, Feb. 19. The Panthers, last year's state Class B champions reduced to BB this season, will go to a district tournament Feb. 26 at Richmond, hoping to scale the state wall in the lower classification. Coach Otis' B team beat Lyn- don, 46-38, last night. Here's the varsity scoring: MELVERN - 64: Mochamer, 401; Criss, 403; Lacey, 611; Geier, 101; Cranwell, 9 4 4; Haworth, 183; Patterson, 010. Totals, 25 14 13. LYNDON — 56: Bremer, 5 0 2; Fabert, 203; Trendel, 13 8 2; Lippert, 021; Newton, 142. Totals, 21 14 13. Score by quarters: Melvern 17 17 1218 Lyndon 13 11 1220 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Boston 120, Los Angeles 93 Detroit 120, San Francisco 115 St. Louis 128, Syracuse 100 Today's Games Los Angeles at Boston Syracuse vs. Cincinnati at Indianapolis St. Louis at New York Detroit at San Francisco Thursday's Games St. Louis vs. New York at Syracuse Chicago at Syracuse Detroit at Los Angeles "Allen is, frankly, a one-legged player," James says. "He has a bad ankle, too, and like me he has dropfoot—he can't bring his foot to a proper level and maintain it." Holmes, a 6-foot-4 native of Phoenix was regarded as a hot All-America prospect when he enrolled at Utah as a junior in 1959. With Billy (The Hill) McGill, Holmes gave Coach Jack Gardner a great scoring punch — McGill hooking them in from every angle off the clever passing and play- making of Holmes. Then on Aug. 7, 1960 Holmes was seriously hurt in an auto accident. He was alive but his leg was mangled. Holmes spent five months in a hospital. His sports career was surely over but Gardner visited him regularly. Holmes began plotting his comeback. He would work hard with the gimpy leg, even try to work out with the team in a year or so. But it seemed he could be little more than a mascot. But by mid-season Holmes was ready to go. Gardner put him in for a sentimental 30 seconds against Arizona State and he scored a basket. Against Denver he got 17 points, then 17 against Wyoming and a standing ovation. Teammates call Holmes their inspiration and agree that without him the current Utah record of 10-11 would be worse. Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 Farmer Days OPEN HOUSE WIN THIS HOG •Jjiiniii Bring the ( Family ( and Join I the FUN! 1 mnminiffliiiiiiiMi^VMiiin^^ FREEH Clearance Used Car Tires for Wagons Coffee and Donuts I Just come in and guess its weight... | | the closest guess to actual weight at \ I close of Farmer Days wins...Nothing j | to buy—Just come in and guess. j EIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIF FREE Souvenir Gifts Clearance Used Tractor Truck Car Tires LOW PRICES ON ALL TIRES IN STOCK Ends Saturday Night Feb. 16 where your dollar buys MILES more 127 S. MAIN CH 2-2468 Ottawa f< M$m^$ Complete Farm Tire SERVICE on Your Farm or in the STORE Wholesale Priced Used Cars We're overstocked on the best Used Cars in the midwest. They hove to be sold this week or they go to the Kansas City Auto Auction. Feb. 20. So for one week we offer wholeale prices on all our used cars. STOP in today and save at MOORE'S. THB OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1M» I 'I 1962 Chevrolet Impala Here's a dream car. Slick inside and out. One of the best Impalas we've seen. 4 Door Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Powerglide, Power steering, brakes and seat. Factory air conditioning. Local one owner. 1960 Ford Falcon Compact transportation from Ford. Falcon with Ford-O-Matic, Radio and Heater. $995 19*1 Oldsmobile $1895 A really fine local one owner car. Olds 88, 4 Door Sedan with radio, heater, Hydramatic and aif conditioning. If you want first class transportation, this is the car for you. 1955 Plymouth The perfect second! car. Belvedtere Model, 4 Door, Radio, Heater and Power-flite transmission. $295 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" i!; 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 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 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. 1961 Dodge Dart, Original Finish, Radio, Heater, Powerflite Transmission, One Owner. I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater, Power-Glide. I960 Corvette 4-Speed, Heater. I960 Chevrolet Bel Air, Six, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. I960 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Six Cylinder, Radio, Heater, Standard Transmission. 1959 Ford Galaxie, V-8, 2-Dr., H.T., Radio, Heater, Ford-O-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, Heater, 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, Heater, Power-Glide, Power Steering, Brakes. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne, 4-Dr., Radio, Heater. 1958 Ford Fairlane, 4-Dr., V-8, Radio, Heater and Fordomatic. 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., Radio, 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- O-Matic. 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 Ford Excellent second car. 4-Dr. Sedan, Radio, Heater, Standard Transmission. 1955 Studebaker 2-Dr., Sta. Wagon, Radio, Heater and Overdrive. 1954 Chevrolet 210, 4-Dr., Heater and Power- Glide. 1954 Ford 2-Dr., Radio, Healer and Ford- O-Matic. 1954 Ford Six, 2-Dr., Radio, Heater and Overdrive. 1954 Pontiac 4-Dr., Radio, Heater and Hydr. 1953 Chevrolet 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1953 Plymouth 4-Dr., Radio and Healer. 1953 DeSoto 4-Dr., Radio and Heater. 1952 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 Vz-Ton, Radio, Heater and 4- Speed. I960 Chevrolet 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. I960 Chevrolet '/2-Ton, Heater. 1959 Ford '/6-Ton, Heater. 1959 Ford Vi-Ton, Heater and Radio. 1959 Ford l'/ 2 -Ton, Six, Heater. 1955 Ford Mi-Ton, Heater. 1955 Chevrolet '/2-Ton, Heater. 1951 IHC 2-Ton, Radio, Heater and 2-Spd. 1950 Chevrolet IMi-Ton, Heater. 1950 Chevrolet l'/ 2 -Ton, Heater. 1949 Dodge '/2-Ton, Heater. 1947 Chevrolet Mi-Ton, Heater and 4-Speed. // You Bought a Car and Didn't See MOORE - You Lost Money! MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS., Inc. 412 South Main Ph. CH 2-3640

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