Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 12
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FREE Mounting and Rotation SAVE n2«« on Set of 4 Sears Heavy-Duty Shock Absorbers 497 1 Tubeless Guardsman 1 with Your Old Tire Regular Price Sale Price Plus F.E.T.* 1 BLACKWALLS 1 A78-13 $22.00 $16.50 $1.81 1 C78-13 24.00 18.00 2.01 E78-14 27.00 20.25 2.31 -1 F78-14 29.00 21.75 2.50 1 G78-14 32.00 24.00 2.67 1 G78-15 34.00 25.50 2.73 1 H78-15 37.00 27.75 2.96 WHITEWALLS A78-13 25.00 18.75 1.81 C78-13 27.00 20.25 2.01 E78-14 30.00 22.50 2.31 F78-14 32.00 24.00 2.50 G78-14 35.00 26.25 2.67 078-15 37.00 27.75 2.73 H78-15 40.00 30.00 2.96 L78-15 46.00 34.50 3.31 •Federal Excise Tax DEF:P study — Jack Nicklaiis, shown here pondering a shot.finisiiedina tie with Toni Wci.skopf in the opening round of tlie World Series of Golf Saturday, each with a 71. (By UPI) Jack Nicklaus, Weiskopf Tie Regular $7.99 Replaced FREE if if fails. Installed FREE if Sears Installed it. Shock At)torb«r Guarantee If Heavy-Duty Shock Absorber fails due to faulty materials or workmanship or wears-out while the original purchaser owns the car, it will be replaced upon return free of charge, | or the purchase price will be re-' funded. )f the defective shock absorber was installed by Sears, we will install the new shock absorber with no charge for labor. each Sears Heavy-Duty Shocks are not ordinary shock absorbers They're bigger and stronger than standard shocks. In sizes to fit most American-made cars. Fast, low cost installation available. Hurry in and Save! Sears... Home of the Steady Rider (R) Shock Absorber If Your Car Does Any Of These Things You May Need New Shock Absorbers AKRON, Ohio (UPI) —,)ack Nicklaus put on rubiier pants and wadwl into a hike to Islast out a .sliot aiKJ sa\'o a penalty, but that wasn't enough to hold off Tom Weiskopf's comeback and thf> iwo finished the first round of tiie Work! Series of Golf in a tie for the lead Saturday. Both Nicklaus, v\'ho has won more major championships than any golfer in history, and Weiskopf liad one-over-par 71— two strokes in front of Johnny Miller. Tommy Aar'on struj^gled home with a 76. The four-man field in jjolf's most exelusis'e tournament, u'hich bi'ings together the uinners of the four major championships, looked most of the day like a buncli of weekend hackei's rather than some of the world's greatest playei's. For instance, only Mastei's champion Aaron was able to put his dri\'es on the faii'way.s more than half the time. The loiig-driving Weiskopf was all over the coui'.se, liittin just three falru'av's, putting one shot into the lake, ,-ind knocking another drive off a spectator. Nicklaus had a three-stroke shot, a national television audience waw ii -c ^ted to the rare sight of the winningest golfer of all time walking with one shoe on while dumping water out of his othei'shoe, Weiskopf,who had only eight pars in his round, started as if he wouldn't last the day. He boges'ed the first hole when he drove into a fairway !)unker, and came out '10 yards short of the green, birdied the shoi't par fh-e .second, made a double bogey si.v at the550-yarti third hole where he bounced a nine Iron approach shot off some tree limbs and into a pound and then bogeyed number four where he shanked an approach iron into the I'oiigh. But he recoverwl with bli'dles^it the fifth and .seventh where Nicklaus told him, "I'm glad you made that or- we riilght have lost you after' nine holes." Weiskopf; the winner' of the Br-itish open this year-; said he didn't know if he was losing concent ration or confidence, but said, "I'm not happy with the way I'm playing." Only at the second, foiu'tliaird I8th holes was ire able to put his dr-ive on Firestone's vast lead with threeholes togo When fam^ayrivhn a n^iLr's. lfr /w'"l ''r '^™T'' "i-'^«""tlnt a spectatorstandirrg i.;/"-'ough and orr at least tw:; other' holes he OIL SALE Ali-WNtlier10W-30 Motor Oil 0& .^hows over 20,000 milcH on your spced- oincler Front end none-diveit Hharply on quick slops Regular 49$ quart ^fts lor Sears All-Weather lOW-30 Motor Oil meets an new car warranty requirements for motor oil. Why. wait? Stock up at .this low.orice. Save $3.76-Case of 24 Quarts IMir $11.76 ptr MSI of 24 ^18 8 ^m^r^mm SAVE »3"! SAVE 77" Oil Filter 1^/2 • Ton Hydraulic Jacks Regular $1.99 22 Cliant^e your filter when you ciiange your oil for a cleaner running engine. Popular quick action, powerful hydraulic jack to use on axle or frame. Easy to use. rfgiiliir S 12.99 |88 9 Vae Sears Easy Payment Plan SH9P AT SEARS AND SAVE 'Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Tire and Au»o Center DOWNTOWN PANAMA CITY Open 8:30 A.M. 6th Street and (irace 763*0771 24.Hr. Catalog .Sales Service Dial 7«5-1551 fr'ont of the gr'een at the (i25-yafd 16th hole. After' surveying the situation, he took off his I'Ight shoe, put on a pah' of r'ubber pants which lie carries with him, put the shoe hack on, stepped into the lake, and drilled the ball from beneath the water's sur'face onto the green. He still went on to make a bogey si.\ ther'e, but had he taken a penalty stroke and r'eplayed it over' the lake, he almo.st ccr'tainly would have had at lea.st a seven. Weiskopf moved within one stroke of Nicklaus' lead when he made a five-foot bir'die putt at the same hole and then the tie was created at 18 when Nicklaus flew his appr'oach shot over the green and made a bogey. Nicklaus, who has won Ihe $50,000 fir-st |)r'ize I KM'C four' limes and finislied secoird in his four other' ti'ies, fashioned his I'ound with some unaccusloniod sciambling. He missed nine greens, l)ut one-putted seven times—six of liiem for par's, including n 25-f()oler at No. 11 and a M-footer fr-orn off the Ui'i'en at 12. "1 couldn't everr .see the ball when 1 hit tlie shot at Ki," said Nicklaus. "I felt ai'ound for the l)ail with my haird under' the water' and jirst cleai-ed away r'no\igh gook off the lop of it .so I could se(^ it was while. Then wlien I hil it out of lire gr'een I was al)h' to identify it. If it wasn't niy l)a|] 1 would liave to lave goni- Ijack to tire water', get down on my hands and kner's ami keep iookrngfor'il." After- Nicklaus hit his lii/.arr-e Net Tourney Set Sept. 13-16 dr'ove the bail beyond the r'opes that hold the ci'owds back fr'oni the sides of the Fau'way. Aaron, the Mastor'.s champion who has complained that F'restone's 7l80-yar'ds ar-e to many for his game, had tr'oiibles as expected with his long ir-on .shots. Golfers Get New Incentive .Something new has been added to the Dixie Window golf toui'nament held anrrually at the Osc(>ola coirr'se. Pete Pilcher', Dixie Window openei', said a year's fi'ee use of an aii'-conditioned Vega will be given for' a hole-in-one on the short No. 2 hole on the last day of the tour'nament, which will Ix; held Sept. 28-:«). Tommy Thomas Chevr'olet made Ihe offei'. Tlie l()urnaiT\enl entry fee is $20 and the field will be'limited to 112. It is alw;iys our.' of the most enjoyalile toui'iiamerrts of the season, with a cocktail par'ty and a beer' and shr'iirrp "l)inge" adding to Ihe fnn. An ''everybody" terirris lour'nairierrt will be held .Si'pl. I.'i-Hi at lire Mowal cerrliM'. Men's arrd women's singles will he on (wo levids, A foi' r'xperiericed arrd I', for' those rrol so adv;irrced. Ther'e will also be iiiriloi' pl;iy in :dl divisiorrs, .•ind 1 rrrixed doubles division, with •ach team eonsislirrg of an •xper'iericed player- and a partner- with le.s.ser-exper-ience. .Juniors who plan lo play for leii' schools are especially iriviti'd to p;ir-|ici|)ale. Kriti'y forirrs may be picked up at the Hackey Slio|), 211 North U.S. '2:il, Details may be obtained fr-om DoyleSrrrill'i,2D!V:iH;t2. Insure Yours. With Integon Life Insurance you can protecl yoiK fannily's financial security. Talk to the Integon Listener Mike Nelson 769-3505 tfclNTEGON

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