The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 27, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1963
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Palmer Favored By Masters Man NEW YORK (AP)-Watch out for the three P's—Palmer, Player *nd Pott—and write off the amateurs, oldsters and outsiders in next week's Masters Golf Tournament, Fred Corcoran said today. "I'd have to pick Arnold Palmer to win again," the director of the International Golf Association added. "He is playing superbly- hitting his approach shots right on the pin and putting exceptionally well. /'Gary Player also is on top of his game and supremely confident. Of the outside threats, you have to take Johnny Pott. He is a tremendous hitter who will be favored with starting the PGA tour toward its present multimillion-dollar status, has returned home after watching a dark horse, Dan Sikes, win the Dora] Open —the second long shot in as many weeks to whip the top pros in Florida. Ray Floyd captured the St. Petersburg Open the week before. "Nobody is going to come out of the clouds to win the Masters," Corcoran said. "The Augusta course is too big and too tough. It takes a finished golfer to whip it." The Masters is scheduled April 4-7. Corcoran, a thick-necked Bos- Ionian who runs the Canad. Cup and International matches, predicted that no amateur nor old timer would be able to finish in the top 15. "Now that Jack Nicklaus has turned pro, the amateur threat has completely vanished," the husky executive and promoter said. "And there are too many hills for the old fellows at Augusta. ' "Sam Snead, who has won three Masters, might have a chance but he has a bad foot and says he doesn't know whether he can stand up under the grind. It's going to be equally tough for fellows like Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson." Pro Basketball NBA PLAYOFFS Tuesday's Results Eastern Division Semifinals Cincinnati 131, Syracuse 127, Cincinnati wins best-of-5 series, 32 Western Division Semifinals St. Louis 104, Detroit 100, St. Louis wins best-of-5 series, 3-1 Thursday's Game Eastern Division Final Cincinnati at Boston, first of a best-of-7 series. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Rate Missouri Baseball High TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -The pitching-rich Missouri baseball team is just two points behind defending NCAA champion Michigan in the season's first poll by Collegiate Baseball magazine. The poll picks Michigan as top team with 295 points, followed by Missouri with 293. Others in the top 10 are Florida State, 289 points; Florida, 283; Oregon State 274; Arizona State, 273; Santa Clara, 270; Minnesota, 263; Ohio State, 259, and Texas, 249. , Voting is done by coaches from throughout the nation with points awarded on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Missouri is expected to have plenty of trouble wtthin (he Big Eight from Oklahoma State and Kansas. Palmer Gains In Cash Race DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Two members of professional golf's murderers' row, Gary Player and Arnold Palmer, are separated by less than $300 in their official winnings so far this season. Player still tops the PGA's list of top 10 winners this week with a total of 123,502. His seventh place finish in the Doral Open at Miami last Sunday improved the figure by $1,050. But Palmer gained a little. He finished fourth at Miami, won $1,800 and now has a total of $23,225. Quitting Business Sale EASTER SHOES for the Entire family... at Give-Away Prices! All Men's Work Shoes & Dress Shoes $3.89 pr. All Women's HEELS now $2.93 pr. All Boys' & Girls 1 Shoes . $1.95 pr. See Our Bargain Table Priced from 27c to 97c pr. QUEEN'S SELF-SERVICE SHOES 723 S. Main PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK! TIME TEMPERATURE SAVINGS DAY Some people grow wise in the ways of money . . . how about YOU? Why is it some people move with the times, while others never seem to get going? This applies both to folks who rum a business and to those who draw a paycheck. The answer is, those who grow make their money really work for them. Call it "money-wisdom" if you will. Most people who found it use a full-service bank, like PEOPLES NATIONAL. By law, a full-service bank... like PEOPLES NATIONAL ... can do more for you. It is not restricted to savings and a few types of loans. Only at a full-service bank, like PEOPLES NATIONAL, is everything possible from a checking account and savings account to all kinds of loans and really thorough counseling. The man who really "minds his store" knows all this. One thing more. As you work with a full-service bank, like PEOPLES NATIONAL, you build a solid reputation. And tnat, too, is "money in the bank." Guaranteed Interest f\ on Certificates of Deposits Issued for One Year Meet Your Friends at "The Friendly Bank" MEMBER F.D.I.C. THE OTTAWA HERALD; ," Wednesday, March 17, ^ "D" day is fast approaching for some of the finest used ctif* we've ever been able to offer. These cars must be sold NOW to make room on our lot for trade-ins coming in every day on our new cars. Buy now before Saturday, March 30, or they go to the Auto Auction in Kansas City. Over SO unadvertised cars to choose from. Buy Now and Save from a hometown dealer you know and can trust. MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC, 1959 Chevrolet Top Chevrolet Economy. A Beautiful Biscayne V-8, 2-Door, with Radio, Heater and Power-Glide, Priced to Sell. $975 1957 Ford $575 A Sharp One — Ford Fairlane 500 with V-8 Motor, 2-Door Hardtop, Radio, Heater and Ford-0- Matic. 1957 Oldsmobile $595 Drive This One to Appreciate it. Olds Super 88, 4-Door Hardtop with Radio, Heater, Hydramatie, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1955 Pontiae Top Pontiae at a Right ^k J J J Price. Pontiac's Star *jp ****** Chief, 2-Door Hardtop, with Radio, Heater and Hydra- matie. 1957 Oldsmobile Good Dependable Transportation Priced Right. Olds 88, 4-Door, with Radio, Heater and Hydramatie. ~J|' ^ '• 1957 Chevrolet A Beautiful Chevrolet with lots of extras. V-8 Bel Air, 4-Door, Radio, Heater, Power-Glide, Power Brake's and Power Steering. 1955 Ford $365 Economical Family Transportation. Ford, 4- Door Station Wagon with V-8 Motor, Standard Tram- mission and Radio and Heater. 1954 Ford $225 Value and Savings Combination at a Price that can't be beat. Ford Station Wagon with Ecomomy Six Motor, Heater and Standard Transmission. We're loaded with 1959, 1958 and 1957 Used Cars and more are arriving everyday. These all are Moore's OK Used Cars. Let us save you money, here at home, by offering you more for your car dollar. Let us pass the savings on to you, our friends and customers, rather than sell" ing at a comparable price at the Auto Auction at dealer prices. Stop, Shop and Buy from Moore's your dependable dealer. If You Bought a Car and Didn't See MOORE-You Lost Money! MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS., Inc. 4I2 South Main Ph. C H2-3640

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