The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 5, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 5, 1993 K-State Cinches •i At Least A Tie By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Kansas State owns at least a share of its sixth Big Eight basketball championship in the past eight years under Tex Winter, but Colorado can get a title share plus an NCAA tourney berth by Wininger Didn't Joke; He's Champ NEW ORLEANS La. (AP)-It turns out that Bo Wininger, champion of the Greater New Orleans Open golf tournament for the second straight time, wasn't joking after all. A fast man with a quip, Wininger had fun with sports writers and fans in the early rounds of the $40,000 tournament, saying they paid too much attention to golf's golden trio—Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. "Who's the defending champion of this tournament?" He'd ask with a big grin. "Not those guys." He proved his point in the final round Monday over Lakewood Country Club's 7,000-yard course, wiping out Bob Rosburg's 2-stroke lead and then going ahead to whip Rosburg and Tony Lema by three strokes. Wininger posted a 3-under-par 36-33—69 for a 72-hole total of 279. The winner's check of $6,400 was his largest of the tour. Rosburg finished with a 74 for a 282 total, even with Tony Lema who finished with a 73. Each got $3,050 prize money. Behind them, Jacky Cupit and Doug Saunders tied for fourth at 283 and Player came home sixth with 284. Al Geiberger was seventh at 286 and Nicklaus and Jerry Edwards tied for eighth with 288s. Palmer closed out with a 71, his only sub-par round, and finished with a 290 total in a six-way tie for 14th place. beating K-State Saturday at Manhattan. The surging Wildcats made it nine straight for an 11-2 conference record by stopping Iowa State 78-71 Monday night at Ames behind Willie Murrell's 26 points. Colorado stayed a game behind at 10-3 by clipping Nebraska 80-51 at Boulder. Colorado would be the automatic Big Eight entry in the NCAA Midwest regional at Lawrence March 15-16 in the event of a title tie. This is because a victory would give the Buffaloes a two- game season sweep over K-State. They won the first meeting 70-53 at Boulder on Jan. 14. A playoff is held under Big Eight rules only if the co-champs split their two regular season games. Colorado, the Big Eight champ in '62, was eliminated by Cincinnati, the eventual NCAA titlist, in the regional finals. Winter's team has greatly improved since the defeat at Boulder and will be favored to win the showdown Saturday for an undisputed title. Colorado hasn't beaten K-State at Manhattan since 1955. In fact, the Wildcats haven't lost a regularly scheduled league game at home since 1958, when Wilt Chamberlain led a Kansas team to a 61-44 victory. Kansas beat the Wildcats 84-82 in an overtime playoff for an NCAA berth in 1960 after they tied for the championship. K-State will be working on a string of 34 straight at home over Big Eight teams in spacious Aheam fieldhouse. Pro Basketball Monday's Result Cincinnati 114, Los Angeles 111 Today's Games San Francisco vs. Detroit al New York Syracuse at New York St. Louis at Chicago Wednesday's Games Cincinnati at Los Angeles San Francisco vs. Chicago ai Baltimore Bearcats First, Then A Scramble By WILL GFIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati tightened its grip on the No. 1 position but a wave of upsets scrambled the rest of the Top Ten in The Associated Press' next-to-last college basketball poll of the season. Only four places remained unchanged—Cincinnati, at the top; Duke, No. 2; Arizona State, No. 4, and Mississippi State, No. 7. Ohio State, No. 3, and Wichita, No. 6 each leaped two rungs on the ladder. Loyola of Chicago, No 5, and Illinois, No. 8, fell two spaces. Stanford and Providence moved into the standings, taking over the Nos. 9 and 10 spots from New York University and Georgia Tech, both of whom suffered setbacks. The Cincinnati Bearcats, who whipped Xavier of Ohio 72-61 and St. Louis 66-52, received 33 of the 42 first-place votes from a panel of sports writers and broadcasters. They collected 393 points'on the basis of 10 for a first-place vote, 9 for second, etc. Duke, which won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament and increased its victory string to 18 games, collected eight of the remaining No. 1 votes with the other going to Providence. The Top Ten with first-place votes in parentheses: 1. Cincinnati (33) 393 2. Duke (8) 329 3. Ohio State 260 4. Arizona State 253 5. Loyola of Chicago 196 6. Wichita 187 7. Mississippi State 140 8. Illinois 84 9. Stanford 52 10. Providence (1) 5C Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Auburn, Bowling Green, Bradley, Canisius, Colorado, Colorado State. Connecticut, Fordham Georgia Tech, Idaho Kansas State Memphis State, Miami (Fla.), New York U., Seattle, St. Joseph's, Pa., Texas, Villanova, West Virginia. First Negro On NC Team CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Thomas B. Berrien, a tall, lean Negro without an athletic scholarship, is the first of his race to try out for the University of North Carolina football team. Berrien, for two seasons a reserve quarterback at E. E. Smith High School in Fayetteville, N.C., turned out Monday as the Tar Heels began off-season practice. Berrien, a freshman, asked for and was granted permission to report as a backfield candidate, Coach Jim Hickey said. Baseball Notes Fort Hays Pours It On Southwestern HAYS, Kan. (AP) - John Channel! and Tom McKain turned in their best performances of the season in their final home game as the Fort Hays State Tigers beat Southwestern 105-91 Monday night in the opener of the NAIA district basketball playoffs. The teams will play at Win field tonight, and again Wednesday if necessary, to determine which will represent Kansas in the NAIA tournament in Kansas City next week. Channell made 31 points; and McKain, who had averaged six a game, made 24. Don Turner kept Southwestern in the game by making 24 of his 37 points in the last half. He also took 17 rebounds. The lead changed hands six times before the Tigers made 18 points in the last four minutes of the first half and took a 50-37 intermission lead. With 10 minutes left, Fort Hays led 85-66; but Turner led a Southwestern charge that cut the difference to 89-81 at 5:52. McKain and Channell put the Tigers oul of reach with seeven straight points. Fort Hays sank 39 of 87 field shots and Southwestern 39 of 81, but the Tigers did better on free throws. There were 18 fouls called on Fort Hays and 25 on Southwestern. Ditmar On Trial In Yankee Camp By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Art Ditmar, Casey Stengels "big mistake" of the 1960 World Series, may be back with the world champion New York Yankees when the major league baseball season opens this year. The big right-hander was Stengel's choice to pitch the first game of the '60 World Series against Pittsburgh. He lasted just one-third inning, yielding three hits and three runs. Stengel started Ditmar again in the fifth game. This time he was knocked out in the second inning. A year later Stengel admitted he had made a mistake in not starting southpaw Whitey Ford in the first game. Ford pitched two shutouts against the Pirates, but was not available for the deciding seventh game won by Pittsburgh 10-9. Ditmar was traded to Kansas City and later released by the A's because of arm trouble. Now he is in the Yankee camp on a trial basis. Ralph Houk, who succeeded Stengel as Yankee manager, said Packer May Quit Game GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) Green Bay Packer line backer Nelson Toburen, who missed the last five games of the 1962 National Football League season because of a serious neck injury, said Monday night that he may quit pro football. Toburen, a 6-foot-4, 230-pound linebacker in his second year with the Packers, suffered a dislocated neck vertebra when he tackled Johnny Unitas of the Baltimore Colts Nov. 18 at Green Bay. he was impressed by Ditmar's first camp performance. He retired 12 of the 13 batten he faced. Houk is giving Ditmar a close look because he says he doesn't want another Robin Roberts to get away. Roberts, former National League .star signed with the Yanks a year ago after being released by the Phillies, then was let go without making a pitch in a regular season game. Roberts,' picked up by Baltimore, became the comback of the year. There were several injuries Monday as the clubs drilled for the opening of the exhibition season on Saturday. Milt Pappas, who won 12 games for Baltimore last year, twisted his right knee during batting practice. Roy Face, Pittsburgh relief ace, also was hurt while swinging a bat. His right ankle swelled after being hit by a foul tip off his own bat. Both Pappas and Face were told to take a couple of days off. Catcher Chri Cannizzaro of the New York Mets and infielder John Schaive of the Washington Senators suffered the other mishaps. Cannizzaro broke the ring finger of his right hand and is expected to be out for a month. Schaive, leading candidate for the third base job, sprained his left ankle while attempting to bunt in a squeeze play. Oh Man, Look At The Ducks WASHINGTON (AP) - Observers spotted 15 per cent more waterfowl during the 1963 midwinter survey in the Central Flyway then were counted a year earlier, the Interior Department announced today. The department interpreted the increase as being an encouraging sign that the curtailed 1962 hunting season served its purpose of preserving waterfowl breeding stock. Ducks observed in the U.S. portion of the flyway were 23 per cent more numerous than in 1962, but still fell almost 18 per cent below the long-term average. The number of mallards, the duck preferred by most Central Flyway hunters, was 14 per cent higher than in 1962, but 26 per cent below the average for the past eight years. More geese were observed. The snow and blue geese counts were up 72 per cent over 1962 and 23 per cent over the long-term average. Increased numbers of white- fronted geese also were seen. 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