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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 29, 1981, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Scoreboard Etc. World University Games At Bucharest, Romania Medal Standings G   S   B    Tot. Soviet Union 37 35 33     106 Romania 27 16 20       63 United States 26 17 8 51 China 9   6   5       20 Italy 6   4   3       13 East Germany 4   7   1       12 Japan 3   2   1        6 West Germany 2 13 6 Britain 2   12        5 Cuba 2   0   4        6 Hungary 12   2        5 Yugoslavia 12   1        4 Poland 10   4        5 Sweden 10   0        1 Morocco 10   0        1 Bulgaria 0   4   5        9 Canada 0   3   2        5 Brazil 0   2   8       10 Czechoslovakia 0 2 2 4 South Korea 0   14        5 France 0   13        4 Australia 0   10        1 Greece 0   10        1 Finland 0   10        1 Algeria 0   0   1        1 Austria 0   0   1        1 Ivory Coast 0   0   1        1 Mongolia 0   0   1        1 Ghana 0   0   1        1 Swimming Men's finals 200 meter butterfly - 1, Sergei Fesenko, Soviet Union, 2:01.86. 2, Levente Mady, Canada, 2:04.75. 3, Sergei Kisselev, Soviet Union, 2:04.85. 4, Yoshinobu Jhidara, Japan, 2:05.04. 5, Shinsuke Kayama, Japan, 2:05.14. 6, Juan-Carlos Fontoura, Brazil, 2:06.16. 7. Gerard de Kort, Holland, 2:07,27 . 8. Flavius Visan, Romania, 2:09.41. 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay - 1, United States, Jerry Spencer, Andy Schmidt, Paul Goodridge, Kris Kirch-ner, 3:27.84. 2, Soviet Union. Yuriy Priseking, Alexey Filonov, Alexey Markovskiy, Serguei Krasyuk, 3:28.09. 3, Brazil, Jorge Luiz Fer-nandes, Marcus Mattioli. Ronald Menezes, Madruga Djan Garido, 3:32.42. 4, Canada 3:33.54. 5, Japan 3:35.96. 6, Romania 3:37.75. 7, Czechoslovakia 3:39.17. 8. Poland 3:45.83. Women's finals 200 meter butterfly - 1, Kimberly Linehan, United States, 2:15.71. 2. Susie Woodhouse, Australia, 2:15.97. 3, Mayumi Yokoyama, United States, 2:17.52. 4, Lisa Burnes, Australia, 2:18.27. 5, Malgorzata Rozycka, Poland, 2:21.89. 6, Susan Jenner, Britain, 2:22.56. 7, Gizella Szlavitsek, Hungary, 2:23.42. 8, Valerie Whyte, Canada, 2:25.76. 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay - 1, United States, Anni Lett, Carol Borg- mann, Barbara Major, Jill Sterkel, 3:55.05. 2, Soviet Union, Irina Larit- schewa, Olga Eliseeva, Irina Orliuk, Olga Klevakina, 3:57.64. 3, Canada, Kelly Neuber, Leslie Brafield, Sylvie Kennedy, Valerie Whyte. 4:00.59. 4, France, 4:01.43. 5, Romania, 4:02.97. 6, Poland, 4:10.47. 7, Britain, 4:13.91. Diving Men's platform final - 1, Li Hong-ping, China, 617.67. 2, Vyatcheslav Troschin, Soviet Union, 574.35. 3, Vladimir Aleinik, Soviet Union, 569.55. 4, Liu Henglin. China, 547.32. 5, Mike Ryan, United States, 545.91. 6, Alexandru Bagiu, Romania, 533.82. 7, Chris Snode, Britain, 528.93 . 8, Dieter Doerr, West Germany, 518.91. 9. Lenny Layland, United States, 493.53. 10, Miguel Zavala, Mexico, 491.13. 11, Juan Carlos Ramirez, Cuba 484.56. 12, Cesar Henderson, Dominican Republic, 468.48. Tennis Men's doubles final Florin Segarceanu and Andrei Dirzu, Romania, def. Raimondo Ricci Bitti and Angelo Biaghi, Italy, 4-6, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-0. Third place Vadim Brisov and Sergei Leonjuk, Soviet Union, def. Danny Saltz and Jeff Arons, U.S., 6-7, 6-3, 6-1. Men's singles, third place Andrei   Dirzu,   Romania,   def. Thomas  Emmrich,  East  Germany, default. Women's doubles final Virginia Ruzici and Florenta Mihai, Romania, def. Fumiko Furuhashi and Masako Yanagi, Japan, 6-4, 7-5. Third place Ludmilla Makarova and Elena Gis-chiyanc, Soviet Union, def. Anne-marie Ruegg and Anina von Planta, Switzer- land, default. Basketball Men United States 91, Romania 70 Soviet Union 92, Yugoslavia 84 Cuba 86, Mexico 82 Canada 88, Brazil 83 Britain 88, Japan 66 Poland 72, Ivory Coast 58 Holland 84, Egypt 64 Finland 79. Turkey 70 South Korea 71, China 70 Nigeria 92, Iraq 79 Senegal 129, Libya 33 Greece 87, Belgium 63 Lebanon 97, Somalia 69 Holland 84. Egypt 64 Wednesday's final United States vs. Soviet Union Women Final Soviet Union 98, United States 79 Third place Romania 72, China 62. Other Hungary 64, Canada 63 Czechoslovakia 110, Yugoslavia 83 Cuba 71, Poland 68 France 57, Finland 56 Spain 76. Senegal 57 Bulgaria 86, Mexico 79 Final standings - 1, Soviet Union. 2, United States. 3, Romania. 4, China. 5, Hungary. 6, Canada. 7, Czechoslovakia. 8, Yugoslavia, 9, Cuba. 10, Poland. 11, France, 12, Finland. Volleyball Men Czechoslovakia def. Bulgaria, 15-11, 15-6, 15-9; Romania def. Korea. 15-10. 15-12, 15-5; Mexico def. Spain. 15-3, 16-14, 15-11: Cuba def. Japan, 15-9, 13-15. 11-15. 15-10, 16-14; China def. Holland. 15-1, 15-3, 15-4. Wednesday's matches Final - United States vs. Cuba. Third place - Japan vs. Korea. Women Japan def. United Stales. 14-16, 15-5. 15-5. 15-10: Cuba def. Romania, 15-8, 15-10, 15-6; Switzerland def. Denmark, 15-11, 14-16, 15-11, 12-15, 1510; China def. Brazil, 15-7, 15-4, 9-15, 154; Belgium def. Turkey, 15-7, 16-14, 15-9; Canada def. Spain, 15-3, 1510, 15-3; Mexico def. Bulgaria, 7-15. 15- 4, 15-8. 15-4. Wednesday's matches Final - Cuba vs. Japan. Third place -Romania vs. Brazil Water Polo Romania 6, United States 4 Cuba 11, Soviet Union 8 Yugoslavia 9, Hungary 8 Mexico 8, Japan 6 China 7. Canada 3 Final standings - 1, Cuba. 2, United States. 3, Romania. 4, Soviet Union. 5, Yugoslavia. 6, Hungary. 7, Mexico. 8, China. 9, Canada. 10, Japan. 11, Spain. Freestyle Wrestling Finals 52kg 1114.5 pounds) - 1, Mitsuru Sato, Japan. 2, Gheorghe Bicru, Romania. 3, Kim yong-Kyu, South Korea. 4, Ray Takahasi, Canada. 5, Bernardo Olivera, Mexico. 6, Wade Genova, U.S. 62kg 1136.5 poundsl - 1. Viktor Alexeev, Soviet Union. 2. Mike Land. U.S. 3. Oiun Bold. Mongolia. 4, Satoru Goitsuka, Japan. 5, Gentco Valtchanov, Bulgaria. 6, Traian Marinescu, Romania. 74 kg 1163 poundsl - 1, Georgy Makasa-rashvili, Soviet Union. 2, David Schultz, U.S. 3, Kiro Risto, Yugoslavia. 4, Ki Jin-Won, South Korea. 5, Gospodin Sabev, Bulgaria. 6, Shigenori Kishtmoto, Japan. 90 kg (198 poundsl - 1, Vladimir Batnia, Soviet Union. 2, Clarke Davis, Canada. 3, Mitch Hull, U.S. 4, Jarkal Masan, Mongolia. 5, Hans-Peter Frank, East Germany. 6, Nevzat Altinoluk, Turkey. 100 kg 1220 poundsl - 1, Bruce Baum-gartner, U.S. 2, Sergei Stoytchev, Bulgaria. 3, Nikolai Skripking, Soviet Union. 4, Andrei Ianco, Romania. 5, Roman Wrog-lawski, Poland. 6, Kornel Szucs, Hungary. National Sports Festival At Syracuse, N.Y. Rhythmic Gymnastics Finals Individual Rope - 1, Sue Soffe, Agoura, Calif., (Wl, 18.45. 2. Lydia Crabtree, Redondo Been. Calif.. (El. 18.25. 3, Valerie Zimring, Cheviet Hills, Calif., IMW1, 18.20. 4, Michelle Serube, Rochester, Mich.. IS), 18.15. 5, Wendy Hilliard, Detroit. (SI. 17.55. 6, Karen Lyon. Bloomfield Hills, Mich., (Wl, 17.00. 7, Selina Hoolery, Culver City, Calif., (MWI, 16.75. 8, Nancy Neufeld, Beverly Hills. Calif., (Wl, 16.75. Individual Hoop - 1, Michelle Berube, Rochester, Mich.. (SI. 18.30. 2, Valerie Zimring, Cheviet Hills, Calif., (MWI, 18.20. 3, Lydia Crabtree, Redondo Beach, Calif., (El. 18.05. 4, Wendy Hilliard, Detroit, (SI, 17.90. 5, Sue Soffe, (Wl, Agoura, Calif.,' (W), 17.45. 6, Selina Woolery, Culver City, Calif., (SI, and Stancy Oversier, West Los Angeles, Calif., (MWI. tied at 16.95. 8, Kelly Zaloudek, Kremlin, Okla.. (MWI, 16.75. Individual Club - 1, Valerie Zimring. Cheviet Hills, Calif., (MWI, 18.45. 2. Lydia Crabtree, Redondo Beach, Calif., (El, and Sue Soffe, Agoura, Calif., (Wl, tied at 17.60. 4, Stacy Oversier, West Los Angeles, Calif., IS), 17.30. 5, Holly Eitelman, Tulsa, Okla., (El, 16.95. 6, Lisa Aaronson, Westchester. Calif., (MWI, 16.75. 7, Kelly Zaloudek, Kremlin. Okla., (MWI, 16.65. 8, Karla Newell, Detroit, (SI, 16.55. Individual Ribbon - 1, Lydia Crabtree, Redondo Beach, Calif., (El, 18.60. 2, Valerie Zimring. (MWI, Cheviet Hills, Calif., (MWI, 18.10. 3, Sue Soffe, Agoura, Calif., (W), 18.00. 4. Selina Woolery, Culver City, Calif., (MWI, 17.75. 5, Michelle Berube, Rochester. Mich., (SI, 17.65. 6, Windy Hilliard, Detroit, IS), 17.35. 7, Karla Newell, Detroit, (SI, 17.15. 8, Nancy Neufeld, Beverly Hills, Calif., (Wl, 17.00. Gymnastics Men Floor Exercise - 1, Roy Palassou (Wl, Santa Clara, Calif.. 18.950. 2, Dennis Hay-den (SI. Tucson, Ariz., 18.750. 3, Tom Beach (Wl. Van Nuys, Calif., 18.650. 4, Brian Babcock (SI, Enid. Okla.. 18.550. 5, Brian Meeker (MW), Edina, Minn., 18.500. 6, Jay Foster (E), Dennisport, Mass., 18.150. Pommel Horse - 1, Babcock 18.850. 2, Tim Daggett (El, Springfield, Mass., 18.350. 3, Kevin Prady (MWI, Brooklyn Park, Minn.. 17.800. 4 (tie), Wally Miller (MWI, New York, 17.700; Palassou 17.700; Hayden 17.700. Still Rings - 1, Mark Caso (El, Syracuse, N.Y., 18.750. 2 (tie), Meeker 18.550; Babcock 18.550. 4, Mat Arnot (MW), Albuquerque, N.M., 18.200. 5 (tiel, Palassou 18.150; Daggett 18.150; Prady 18.150; Hayden 16.150. Vault - 1, Ron Galimore IS), Tallasshee, Fla., 19.750. 2, Chris Riegel (El, Reading, Pa., 19.450. 3, Caso 19.175. 4, Palassou 19.000. 5, Arnot 18.825. 6, Marino 18.725. Parallel Bars - 1, Palassou 18.400. 2, Riegel 18.350. 3, Caso 18.300. 4, Russell Lacy (SI, Houston, 17.900. 5, Miller 17.850. 6, Chris Caso (El, Syracuse, N.Y., 17.300. Horizontal Bars - 1, Daggett 19.450. 2, Beach 19.100. 3, Mark Caso 18.950. 4, Babcock 18.800. 5, Hayden 18.750. 6, Prady 18.350. Speed Skating Women's 500 Meters - 1, Gloria Bogacki (El, Park Ridge, III., 53.24 seconds. 2, Becky Bane (MW), Milwaukee, 54.57. 3, Margaret Barns IW), Riverside, 111. Women's 1,500 Meters - 1, Gloria Bogacki (El, Park Ridge, HI., 3 minutes, seven seconds. 2, Lydia Stephana (Wl, Northbrook, III., 3:07.12. 3, Kim Keppler, Independence, Ohio, 3:09.79. Men's 500 Meters - 1, Steve Merrifieid (MWI, Canoga Park, Calif., 49.25. 2, Stan Wisniewski (W), Sierra Madre, Calif., 50.18. 3, Dan Miller (MW), Park Ridge, 01., 51.39. Men's 1,500 Meters - 1, Steve Mer- rifieid, (MWI, Canoga Park, Calif., 2:40.19. 2, David Besteman (Wl, Madison. Wise., 2:40.83. 3, Stan Wisniewski (Wl, Sierra Madre. Calif., 2:41.19. National rodeo prep finals DOUGLAS, Wyo. (UPD - Here are the first round leaders following the third of 13 performances in the 33rd annual National High School Rodeo Finals: Girls Barrel racing: Shelly Kendell, Rupert, Idaho, 17.80 seconds; Dana Bock, Milton Freewater, Ore., 17.83; Heather Hudson. Torrington, Wyo., 17.90. Pole bending: Sheryl Fletcher, Dayton, Wash., 20.38 seconds; Kristin Rathert, Williston, N.D., 20.50; Nancy Rea, Tom, Okla., 20.58. Breakaway roping: Beth Ann Bass, Kis-simmee, Fla., 4.76 seconds; Stacy Williamson, Byers, Okla., 4.80; Lona Shockley, Oklahoma City. 5.10. Goat tying: Tish Hier, Elizabeth, Colo., 9.29 seconds; Koger Smith, Bosque Farms, N.M., 9.41; Kerry Ready, Thermopolis, Wyo., 9.47. Cow cutting: Kellie Fletcher, Dayton, . Wash., 140 points; Holly McClurg, Blan-chard, Okla., 139; Saundra Shirley, Grant-ville, Kan., 137. Boys Bull riding: Greg Armstrong, Payson, Ariz., 78 points; David Conn, Clinton, Miss.. 73; John Holliday, St. Cloud, Fla., 69. Saddle bronc: Wade Bertsch, Stanfield. Ore., 72 points: Guy Shapka, Innisfalk, Alberta, Canada, 70; Matt Coyle, Santa Fe, N.M., 67. Calf roping: Kyle Kosoff, Ogden, Utah, 11.36 seconds; Forst Eichhorn, Baker, Mont.. 12.54; Lynn Sundby, Williston, N.D.. 12.92. Steer wrestling: J.C. Honey, La Junta, Colo., 4.02 seconds; Jim Walter, La Junta, 4.16; Ken Williams, Warden, Wash., 4.25. Bareback: Jellery Bailey, Heppner, Ore., 72 points; David Jones, Duncanville, Texas, 71; Tommy Todd, Bell City, La., 70. Cow cutting: Mitch Farris, Midway^ Texas, 145; Lloyd Cox, Delta, Mo., 140 points; Dave Frank, Sioux City, Iowa, 140. Team roping: Mark Eldridge and Marlow Eldridge, Elko, Nev., 8.29 seconds; Troy Minor and Nip Tucker, Ellensburg, Wash., 8.54; Roger Lowrie. Smithville, Okla., and Charlottia Noble, Yale, Okla., 9.72. Transactions Baseball Seatte -  Fired assistant director of player development Steve Schryver. Basketball New York - Extended coach Red Hol-zman's contract for two years. Philadelphia - Signed general manager Pat Williams to a multi-year contract; named John Nash assistant general manager and business manager. Washington - Signed swingman Ron Davis of Arizona. Football Cincinnati - Released free agent wide receiver Frank Goroleski of Cortland State and defensive tackle Joe Verria of Bridge-water State. " Houston - Released free agent kicker David Posey. Los Angeles - Signed linebacker Mel Owens, the club's No. 1 draft choice, to a three-year contract with a one-year option. Montreal ICFLI - Head coach Joe Scan-nella signed a contract extension through 1983. New York Giants - Placed running back Cliff Chatman and linebacker Kerwin Wyatt on injured reserve. New York Jets - Released guard Scott Fanz and linebacker Todd Benson, both of Maryland. Philadelphia - Released free agent running back Eddie Hicks and rookie free agent wide receiver Tom Wise of Penn State and center Tony Bubniak of Colgate. San Francisco - Cut linebackers Karl Broom of Northwest Louisiana, Wilbert Haslip of Hawaii and Art Akers of UCLA and defensive tackle Don Drake of Cal Poly Pomona. Tampa Bay - Signed free agent defensive lineman Alva Liles and defensive back Marcene Emmett. Hockey Los Angeles - Signed left wing John Paul Kelly and goaltender Jim Rutherford to multi-year contracts. World Games I At Santa Clara, Calif. Roller Skating Artistic Dance couples, compulsory dances - 1. Bill Richardson-Holly Valente, U.S. 2. Mark Howard-Cindy Smith, U.S. 3. Eamon and Kim Geoghegan, Britain. 4. Jim Crouch-Sherrie McCumber, Canada. 5. Gianni Ga-letti-Azzurra Nascetti, Spain. 6. Gary Irving-Tracy Ferris, Australia. Pairs, short program - 1. Paul Price-Tina Kneisley, U.S. 2. Rick Elsworth-Ann Marie Green, U.S. 3. Guy Aubin-Sylvia Gingras, Canada. 4. Michael Hanrahan-Louise Hawdon, Australia. Guglielmo Pis-tocchi-Sylvia Meco, Italy, no placing, Pis-tocchi fell. Men's singles, short program - 1. Mike Glatz, U.S. 2. Rick Elsworth, U.S. 3. Mich-elo Bisemi, Italy. 4. Paul Irving, Australia. 5. Ivan Ragazzi, Italy. 6. Pierre Adjoury, Canada. 7. James Beaton, Britain. 8. Juan Carlos Hidalgo, Colombia. Women's singles, short program - 1. Elene Bonati, Italy. 2. Anna Conklin, U.S. 3. Tina Kneisley, U.S. 4. Kathleen O'Brien Di Felice, U.S. 5. Daniela Marinelli, Italy. 6. Irene Bates, New Zealand. 7. Barbara Pennington, Canada. Bowling Women's singles, A squad (after 6 of 12 gamesl - 1. Liliane Gregori, France, 1,172. 2. Airi Leppala, Finland, 1,164. 3. Toshi-Ko Ohbe, Japan, 1,139. 4. Catherine Che, Hong Kong, 1,076. 5. Gillian Holt, Britain, 1,043. 6. Judy Peterson, Canada, 1,026. 7. Hilda Reitermaier, Austria, 1,021. 8. Ruth Guers-ter, Australia, 1,015. 9. Warsini Rahardjo, Indonesia, 1,006.10. Frances Perez, Puerto Rico, 1,003. 11. Gisela Lins, W. Germany, 1,000. 12. Joan Hollis, Bermuda, 976. 13. Maricel Berges Ayala, Colombia, 965. 14. Sylvia Haven, Bahamas, 870. Men's singles, A squad (after 6 of 12 gamesl - 1. Mikko Kaartinen, Finland, 1,238. 2. Chris Batson, Australia, 1,225. 3. Ernst Berndt, Austria, 1,188. 4. Utz Deh-ler, W. Germany, 1,186. 5. Phillip* Dubois, France, 1,166. 6. Edward Chla-Gee Lee, Hong Kong, 1,159. 7. Neville Robinson, Britain, 1,158. 8. Ronnie Dears, Bermuda, 1,113. 9. John Basaraba, Puerto Rico, 1,109. 10. Rick Knockaert, Canada, 1,084. 11. Ryuichiro Goto, Japan, 1,069.12. Terry Chea. Bahamas, 1,044. t- Soccer NASL standings East W L GF GA BP Pts. New York 20 5 69 38 54 172 Montreal 13 13 53 45 46 122 Washington 12 13 45 46 39 105 Toronto 5 21 32 65 32     62 Southern Atlanta 15 10 52 41 44 132 Ft. Lau'dale 16 10 42 32 32 114 Tampa Bay 12 16 62 60 45 113 Jacksonville 13 13 37 40 31 103 Central Chicago 18 7 60 33 46 152 Minnesota 14 11 48 45 42 120 Tulsa 13 13 48 40 43    119 Dallas 4 22 20 57 19     41 Western Los Angeles 15 11 40 46 36 124 San Diego 15 10 47 38 39 123 California 10 16 47 56 39 99 San Jose       9 17 35 66 33     87 Northwest Vancouver 17 8 55 32 48 148 Calgary 14 12 45 40 40 122 Seattle 13 12 52 46 43 117 Portland 12 14 38 41 35 103 Edmonton 10 15 49 60 41 101 (Teams get six points for winning in regulation time or overtime but only four points for winning a game decided by shootout. A bonus point is awarded for each goal scored up to a maximum of three per team per game excluding overtimes and shoot-outs.) Tuesday's Result Montreal 3, Tampa Bay 2 Wednesday's Games Atlanta at Toronto Minnesota at Fort Lauderdale Portland at New York Chicago at Edmonton San Diego at Seattle Calgary at California Sp pi X Golf PGA statistics Scoring (Tiel 1, Bruce Lietzke and Ray Floyd 70.10. 3, Tom Kite 70.11. 4, Johnny Miller 70.33. 5, Tom Watson 70.43. 6, Jerry Pate 70.63. 7, Andy Bean 70.64. 8, Curtis Strange 70.68. 9, Jack Nicklaus 70.80. 10, � Lee Trevino 70.84. Driving Distance (Tiel 1, Dan Pohl and Fred Couples 277.1. 3, Bill Sander 275.3. 4, Fuzzy Zoeller 274.2. 5, Tom Purtzer 274.0. 6, Dana Quigley 271.8. (Tiel 7, Jeff Mitchell and Lon Hinkle 270.0. (Tiel 9, Larry Ziegler and Dave Eichelberger 269.8. Percentage in fairway 1, Calvin Peete .803. 2, Mike Reid .773. (Tiel 3, Jack Renner and Bill Rogers .745. 5, Larry Nelson .739. 6, Tom Kite .737. 7, Bob Murphy .724. 8, John Mahaffey .722. 9, Hubert Green .718. 10, Jack Nicklaus .717. Greens in regualtion 1, Johnny Miller .728. 2, Jack Nicklaus .722. 3, Bruce Lietzke .715. 4, Calvin Peete .711. (Tie) 5, Andy Bean and Tom Kite .698. 7, Bob Murphy .696. 8, Bill Rogers .695. 9, Ray Floyd .692. Tie 10, Larry Nelson and Keith Fergus .686. Putting 1, Tom Watson 28.46. 2, Alan Tapie 28.70. 3, Frank Conner 28.83. 4, Morris Ha-talsky 28.86. 5, Bud Allin 28.96. 6, Ray Floyd 29.06. 7, Tommy Aaron 29.07. 8, Jerry Heard 29.08. 9. Terry Mauney 29.09. (Tie) 10, George Archer and George Burns 29.13. ^ Percentage of sub-par holes "i, Bruce Lietzke .230. 2, Tom Watson .223. 3, Jerry Pate .218. 4, Ray Floyd .212. 5, Andy Bean .210. 6, Tom Kite .207. 7, Johnny Miller .205. 8, Ben Crenshaw .203. 9, Jack Nicklaus .198. 10, Gil Morgan .195. Eagles (Tiel 1, Bruce Lietzke and Bruce Douglass 9. (Tiel 3, Bobby Wadkins, Leonard Thompson, Mark Hayes and Bobby Clam-pett 8. (Tie) 7, Lanny Wadkins, Bobby Wal-zel, Jim Simons, Jeff Mitchell and Keith Fergus 7. Birdies 1, Bruce Lietzke 289. 2, Jerry Pate 276. 3, Dave Eichelberger 274. 4, Vance Heafner 267. 5, Tom Kite 262. 6, Ben Crenshaw 258. 7, Mark O'Meara 257. 8, Larry Nelson 256. 9, Ray Floyd 255. 10, Tom Watson 252. Sand saves 1, Tom Watson .614. 2, Ben Crenshaw .603. 3, Ray Floyd .595. 4, David Edwards .581. 5, Fred Couples .573. 6, Pat Lindsey .571. 7, Grier Jones .568. 8, Bruce Fleisher .561. 9, Bob Byman .556. 10, George Archer .550. Prize money 1. Tom Watson 1335,982. 2, Ray Floyd $324,754. 3, Bruce Lietzke (275,612. 4, Tom Kite $214,081. 5, Jerry Pate $196,962. 6, Johnny Miller $183,778. 7, Hale Irwin $180,774. 8, Craig Stadler $179,145. 9, Curtis Strange $169,899. 10, Bill Rogers $161,261. jj|     Softball ASA Men's Sub State At Park City Championship Trio Machine (Wichita) 4, Jackson Mortuary (Wichital 3. Elimination Games Jackson Mortuary 6, Mattick Real Estate (Wichita) 4. Jackson Mortuary 8, Star Drain No. 1 (Wichita) 7. Fishing report By Harris News Service PRATT - Here are fishing prospects as seen by the Kansas Fish and Game Commission: North Central LOVEWELL - Water 76 degree! and no water being released. Catfish are still being taken in the creeks and in the upper end of the reservoir. White baas are being taken near the outlet structure. GLEN ELDER - Water 76 degrees and releasing 20 < efa. The river and creeks are running full and the catfish are biting good. White baas are being caught under lights at night along with a few walleye, crappie and ; striped nasi. Night fishing seems to work best in water 20 to 80 feet deep. KANOPOLIS - Water 7� degrees and releasing 200 'efa. White bass are being taken on jigs, spinners and minnows any time during the day from Loader's Point and Campbell's Point. Some white bass are being taken by lantern fishing the same areas at night. A few walleye have beeo reported. WILSON - Water 78 degrees and releasing 20 efa. ; White bass surfacing on shad near Pelican Point, Lucas Point, Minooka Point and the dam. An occasional walleye . is being reported. aULFORD - Water 78 degrees and releasing 2000 cfs. Overall, fishing is fair. Walleye Is fair with most of the fish being taken on mod points and dropoffs in the lower half of the lake on jlgs-n-nlgbtcrawlers. Channel catfish (� fair on set lines with live baft and also drifting la the mud fiats in the lower half of the reservoir. Flat-beads are slow in the daytime and fair under lights at eight. Crappie and all other species are alow. South Central CHENEY - White Bass, Striped Bass, Channel Catfish & Drum: good; during the daytime; fish deep water drop offs in 10-20 feet of wster (river chsnnel, etc.); using shad. White Bass 4 Striped Bass: Good in the evenings; fish sre moving Into shallow water chasing shad; in 2-5 feet of water off the points. Anglers need to move around to find the fish. West CEDAR BLUFF - Channel cat fishing is fair to good on trotllnes using crawdada. Cove one and the upper end of the lake are the most consistent sites. A few white baaa are also being taken by fishing schools feeding on the surface. Trout fishing Is slow in the stilling basin. SCOTT LAKE - A few small channel cat have been taken on worms in e evening. Bullheads are also being taken. WEBSTER LAKE - Channel cat fishing la fair at night in the lower and on trotUnea baited with shad, and on pole and line using live crayfish, worms and chicken liver. Moat of tbeae fish are running between 1 and 4 pounds. Crappie fiahing is sporadic, but fairly good at times in the sou Inshore fish attractora on 1/0 ox white jigs. Try early to mid morning after a cool night. KIR WIN - Some white bass are being caught by fishermen trolling near the Islands off rocky Oats. Yellow jigs are producing the most hits. Night fiahing under lights Is fair for white bass using small white jigs baited with fish eyeballs near submerged structure. A few channel cat are being taken at the outlets on salamanders. Carp and a few flatheada have been caught on ', worms. SEBELIUS - Carp fishing is good on corn, a Carp Derby sponsored by the Norton Lake Committee produced 1,874 pounds of carp over the weekend. Some small crappie and bluegill have been caught on corn under the docks in Leotl Cove. ROOKS LAKE - Bluegill fishing ie good In the lower end, on worms, grasshoppers and small lures. Redear fishing is fair In deeper water near the edges of weed bed on live worms and a small piece of plastic worm using no weight. CLARK LAKE - Channel cat fishing la good lakewide with lots of small fish being taken off the fishing piers. Prepared baits snd salamanders are the most productive baits. Bluegill fishing is good around the vegetation with worms and grasshoppers as the best bait*. A few 10-18 Inch largemouth baas are being taken along the vegetation and the old creek channel on plastic worms and buss baits. Occasional catches of walleye, white bass and crappie are reported. MEADE LAKE - Channel cat fishing continues to be good In and around the stick ups and off the dam. Sponge baits and prepared baits are beat. Bluegill fishing remains good around the piers, brushpUes and tire fish attractora. Worms and grasshoppers are good baits. BARBER LAKE - Channel cat fishing Is Improving at Barber, especially in the lower lake. Liver Is the most consistent bait and some good catches of cat fish up to S pounds were reported last week. Bluegill and am all .crappie can be taken around the brush piles and a few largemouth baaa are being taken on plastic worms. KIOWA LAKE - Fishing is alow for all species, with some very small channel catfish being reported. PRATT CHANNEL - Channel cat fishing la Improving in the backwater areas, and good catches on liver and prepared baits were reported last week. rings eases Cowboys THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (UPI) -Dallas Cowboys coaches say fullback Ron Springs is blocking with "enthusiasm" during training camp. With Robert Newhouse and Timmy Newsome still sidelined by leg injuries, Springs quickly has become a frontrunner in the three-way battle for the starting fullback position alongside halfback Tony Dorsett. "Springs definitely looks quicker," said Al Lavan, coach of the running backs. "I think that's mainly because he has a year of experience behind him at fullback and he knows the position much better." After a fine rookie season as Dor-sett's backup in 1979, Springs was moved to fullback last year. The fifth-round draft choice from Ohio State opened the season as starting fullback, then twisted an ankle three weeks into the season and was unable to regain the job from the veteran Newhouse. Coach Tom Landry had said the fullback position would be open this year going into traning camp and he hoped someone would emerge as a clearcut starter. Landry said the main thing he was seeking from Springs was improvement in his blocking. Houston Oilers SAN ANGELO, Texas (UPI) -Houston Oilers officials Tuesday took a tough stance toward contract holdout Mike Reinfeldt, saying they were going to sign free agent safety Doug Greene and try to talk former Washington Redskins all-pro safety Ken Houston out of retirement. Reinfeldt, the team's starting free safety and an All-Pro in 1979, boycotted training camp in a dispute over pay and Coach Ed Biles is not sympathetic. "Reinfeldt may have put himself in a position where he may become expendable,"Biles said. He said Reinfeldt was not a key player. Philly Eagles WEST CHESTER, Pa. (UPI) -The Philadelphia Eagles Tuesday cut three players, including free agent running back Eddie Hicks, who played two seasons with the New York Giants. Also waived by the Eagles were two free agent rookies - wide receiver Tom Wise of Penn State and center Tony Bubniak of Colgate. Hicks played in 14 games with the Giants in 1979 and competed in three more last season before he was released. Hutchinson News    Wed., July 29, 1981      Page 14 Owners, Grebey schedule meetings to review walkout NEW YORK (UPI) - Two days after striking major league baseball players affirmed their solidarity, club owners will be given their chance Wednesday in a meeting to review developments of the 47-day walkout. The 26 owners will meet with Ray Grebey, head of the Player Relations Committee, and the rest of their negotiating team for what is described by American League spokesman Bob Fishel as "an overall review and report on the status of the negotiations." American and National League owners will hold separate talks a few hours before meeting together with the PRC. Two representatives from each club, presumably the principal owner and the general manager, are expected to attend. Negotiations broke off in Washington last Thursday and no new talks have been scheduled. But Federal Mediator Kenneth Moffett was expected to call both sides back to the bargaining table shortly after their respective meetings. Hal Middlesworth, spokesman for the PRC, said he had "no idea" if the owners might propose a change on their stand of free agent compensation. The strike, which started on June 12, has caused the cancellation of 565 games, more than a quarter of the season. Player representatives met for nearly 5 xk hours in Chicago Monday night and reaffirmed their support of Marvin Miller, executive director of the Players Association, and their bargaining committee. Twenty-six player representatives - along with about 30 other players - issued their support of the committee's efforts to stand firm on the compensation issue. The representatives, acknowledging there had been minor dissension within their ranks, insisted those problems were insignificant and that nearly all the striking players were ready to remain firm. But the players' representatives said the latest proposal, which was rejected last week, is their only offer on the table. Miller conceded the outlook for an immediate settlement remained "bleak." Both the representatives and visiting players sounded a unified front following the meeting. "We got responses from all the players and everyone is solidly behind the executive committee," said Lamar Johnson, the Chicago White Sox' representative. Johnson said the "pool" proposal the players have offered is the only one acceptable, adding that owners' efforts to punish teams that sign free agents would never be acceptable. The owners' pool proposal states that any club signing a free agent would have to contribute four more players than a non-signing club. In addition to compensation, there is the increasingly important issue of whether the strike will count toward a player's service time. Service time counts toward such matters as free agency and pension benfits. In other matters, Cleveland President Gabe Paul said his club will take a "financial bath" whether the season resumes or not. Estimates are that the club will lose about $2 million if the strike ends and the season picks up by Aug. 6. WE'VE MOVED!! COME SEE US AT OUR NEW LOCATION-218 N. Whiteside Central Welding & Machine Inc. Larry Jewell    Phone 665-7261 All Kinds of Welding & Precision Machine Work 74e WINNER OIK 1 A HM.F MILES WET Of HOTOHMSON M FOUflH SIKH. %dF r SPEEDWAY GET ACQUAINTED NIGHT! ADULTS '3.00 CHILDREN '1.00 (6-12 years) SATURDAY-AUGUST 1st RACES START 8:00 P.M. THE FINEST RACE CARS IN THE MIDWEST  Late Models e Sportsman Class e Street Stock WJ OM A A HALF MILES WIST �f HUTCHINSON ON FOURTH STRICT   

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