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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1981, Hutchinson, Kansas                                Scoreboard ffi      Etc. World University Games At Bucharest. Romania Final medal standings (Unofficial) G   S   B Tot. Soviet Union         38 38 35 111 Romania                30 17 20 67 United States         29 18   9 56 China                  10   6   5 21 Italy                     6   4   3 13 East Germany          4    7   1 12 Japan                    3   2   2 7 Cuba                     2   2   4 8 West Germany        2   13 6 Britain                    2    12 5 Hungary                12   2 5 Yugoslavia               12   2 5 Czechoslovakia         12   2 5 Poland                   10   4 5 Sweden                 10   0 1 Morocco                 10   0 1 Bulgaria                  0   4   5 9 Brazil                    0   3 10 13 Canada                   0   3   2 5 South Korea            0    14 5 France                    0    14 5 Swimming Finals Men 400 meter freestyle - 1. Daniel Machek, Czechoslovakia. 3:58.08. 2. Djan Madruga. Brazil. 3:58.54 . 3, Sergei Kalashnikov. Soviet Union. 4:00.95. i, Thomas Brewer Graeme. Australia 4:04.03 . 5, James Lee, U.S.. 4:04.95. 6. Ronald John McKeon. Australia. 4:05.85. 7. Eugene Gyoefi. Canada. 4:08.71. 8. Marcelo Diss Juca. Brazil. 4:08.88. 4 x 100 meters medley relay - 1. Soviet Union. Sergei Zabolotnov, Arsen Miskarov, Sergei Kisselev, Sergei Krasyuk, 3:48.75. 2. United States. David Wilson. Nick Ne-vid. Robert Placak. Kris Kirchner. 3:49.55. 3. Brazil. Romulo Duncan Junior, Luiz Car-walho. Marcus Mattioli, Jorge Luiz Fer-nandes. 3:55.10. 4. Japan 3:56.18. 5, China 3:56.48. 6. Canada 3:59.79. 7, Romania, 4:03.15. 8. Poland, 4:07.29. Women 400 meter freestyle - 1. Kim Linehan, U.S.. 4:15.26. 2. Irina Laritscheva, Soviet Union, 4:15.50. 3. Sherri Hanna, U.S., 4:21.01. 4, Renata Janlk. Poland. 4:31.46. 5, Leslie Brafield. Canada, 4:34.07 . 6, Carmen MihaiJa. Romania. 4:37.94. 7. Kelly Neuber. Canada. 4:39.98. 8, Xu Yan, China, 4:40.79. 4 x 100 meters medley relay - 1. United States, Kimberly Carlisle, Patricia Waters, Jill Sterkel, Barbara Major. 4:18.84. 2, Romania, Carmen Bunaciu, Brigitte Prass, Mariana Parashiv, Irinel Panulescu, 4:22.14. 3, Soviet Union, Irina Orliuk. Lina Kachyushite. Olga Klevakina, Irina Laritscheva, 4:25.96. 4. France. 4:33.06. 5, Canada. 4:33.25. 6. Poland. 4:37.94. 7. Britain. 4:41.52 Tennis Men's final Florin Segarceanu. Romania, def. Vadim Borisov, Soviet Union, 6-7, 7-6, 6-4, 6-2. Fencing Men's team epee Final Romania 9. Switzerland 5 Third place France 9. Italy 6 Fifth place Hungary 9, Soviet Union 7 Basketball Men's final United States 93, Soviet Union 87 Third place Yugoslavia 91, Romania 81 Playoffs for 5th through 26th Canada 84. Cuba 65 Mexico 84. Brazil 81 Finland %, Korea 93 Turkey 101, China 77 Poland 97, Britain 96 Ivory Coast 81, Japan 52 Egypt 66, Belgium 57 Congo 95. Libya 85 Senegal 79, Nigeria 76 Iraq def. Lebanon (default) Jordan 73. Sudan 61 Volleyball Men's final Romania def. Cuba, 9-15, 15-13, 12-15. 15-7. 15-9. Third place Japan del. South Korea. 15-10, 7-15, 13-15. 15-9, 15-12. Fifth Place Canada def. United Stales. 15-7, 15-12, 15-4. Playoffs 7th through 26th Soviet Union def. Italy. 14-16, 15-13, 15- 5, 15-7; Czhoslovakia def. Holland, 15-13, 15-6, 15-13; Bulgaria def. China, 15-11, 15- 6, 15-6; Spain def. Turkey. 15-3, 15-4. 15-10; Poland def. Mexico, 13-15, 15-7, 15-4, 15-1; France def. Belgium, 15-9, 15-6, 15-10; Egypt def. Greece. 15-12, 15-13. 15-4; Venezuela def. Iraq, 16-14, 15-5. 15-17. 15-6: Libya def. Sudan, default; Congo def. Lebanon. 7-15. 8-15. 15-13, 15-7. 16-14; Syria def. Jordan, default. Women's final China def. Cuba, 15-13, 15-8. 15-9. Third place Brazil def. Romania, 7-17. 15-7, 15-13, 15- 8. Playoffs 5th through 14th Japan del. Bulgaria, 10-15, 15-8, 7-15, 15-6. 15-3; Mexico def. United States, 15-12, 15-8, 15-11; Canada def Switzerland, 15-9, 15-9, 15-3; Denmark def. Spain, 10-15, 15-1, 15-8. 15-12; Lebanon def. Turkey, 15-3, 16-14, 15-10. World Games I At Smla Clara. Calif. Taekwondo Finweight First round - Cesar Moran, Mexico, bye: Ki-mun Kwon, Korea, d. Emilio Azofra, Spain; Reinhard Langer. W. Germany, d. Kenny Couch, Australia; Codazzo Aldo, Italy, d. Yong-ho Park. Canada: Dae Sung Lee, U.S., d. Chingsha Wang, Taiwan. Second round - Kwan d. Moran. Flyweight First round - Rund Wong Fat, Netherlands, bye; Fernando Celada, Mexico, d. Chen-Chia Su. Taiwan; Angel Benito, Spain, d. Anarjit Dosanjh, Canada; Salin Abel, Argentina, bye; Maelionico Dome-nico. Italy, d. Turgay Ertugral. W. Germany; Young Joon Kim, U.S., d. Tae Kim, Australia; Ki-mo Yang. Korea, bye. Second round - Domenico d. Abel; Yang d. Kim. Heavyweight First round - Miguel Esquivel, Mexico, bye; Michael Arndt, W. Germany, d. Puppo Ricardo, Argentina; Ching-man Park, Korea, d. Kim Royce, U.S.; Harry Prijs, Netherlands, d. Chung-II Teng, Taiwan; Darrell Hanegan, Canada, d. Keith Whitte-more, Australia; Cvozzo Bruno, Italy, bye. Second round - Esquivel d. Arndt; Hanne-gan knocked out Bruno, 2nd round. Bowling Men's rolloff for 16th place - Edward Lee. Hong Kong. d. Rick Knockaert, Canada. 189-174. Men's winners bracket - Arne Strom. Norway, d. P. S. Nathan, Malaysia, 386-336; Neville Robinson, Britain, d. Young Gak Kim. Korea. 412-371: Mats Karlsson. Sweden, d. Jim Lindquist, U.S.. 371-367; Chris Batson. Australia, d. Frank Maes. Belgium, 371-361: Paeng Nepomuceno, Philippines, d. Mikko Kaartinen, Finland. 368-353; Ernst Berndl. Austria, d. Ryuichiro Goto. Japan. 417-337; Suracha Kasemsiri-roj. Thailand, d. Phillipe Dubois, France, 448-405; Utz Dehler, W. Germany, d. Edward Chia-Gee Lee. Hong Kong. 376-365. Women's winners bracket - Auji Lep-pala. Finland, d. Jacqueline Coudere. Belgium, 393-349; Portnip Singha. Thailand, d. Hilde Reitermaier. Austria, 416-344; Liliane Gregori. France, d. Warsini Rahardjo, Indonesia, 321-314; Ruth Guerster, Australia, d. Judy Peterson, Canada. 410-345; Frances Perez. Puerto Rico, d. Toshiko Ohbe. Japan, 352-351; Mary Lou Vining. U.S.. d. Catherine Che. Hong Kong. 378-366; Tove Walstad. Norway, d. Yvonne Berndt, Sweden, 352-306; Irene Gronert. Netherlands, d. Gillian Holt. Britain. 347-327. Speed Roller Skating Men's 5,000 - 1. Tom Peterson, U.S., 10:29.58. 2. Guiseppe Cruciani, Italy. 10:29.73. 3. Ermes Fossi. Italy, 10:30.42. 4. Dimitri Vam Cauwemberge, Belgium. 10:31.11. 5. Chuck Jackson, U.S., 10:31.20. 6. Danny Van De Perre. Belgium, 10:31.22. 7. Robb Dunn. U.S., 10:32.10. 8. Scott Con-stantine. New Zealand. 10:32.24. 9. Angus-tin Ramirea, Colombia. 10:32.37. 10. Dean Huffman. U.S.. 10:33.31. 11. Alvaro Arren-dondo, Colombia. 10:34.06. 12. Humberto Triana. Colombia. 10:34.34. 13. Serge Plante. Canada. 10:38.04. 14. Roland De Roo, Belgium. 10:41.69. 15. M. Bagnoli, Italy. 10:51.69. 16. Doug Blair. Canada, 10:56.24. Women's 15,000 - 1. Annie Lambrechte, Belgium. 33:45.04. 2. Paolo Christofori, Italy. 33:45.03. 3. Monica Lucchese, France, 33:45.03. 4. Darlene Kessinger. U.S., 33:45.04. 5. Paolo Sometti. Italy, 33:46.02. No times - 6. Mary Barriere, U.S. 7. Fiona Wass, New Zealand. 8. L. Fioni. Italy. 9. Sue Dooley. U.S. 10. Christine de Clerck, Belgium. 11. Marie-Claire van Damme, Belgium. National Sports Festival At Syracuse, N.Y. Basketball Women's bronze medal game - Midwest 87. West 82 Men's bronze medal game - Midwest 93. East 92. Women's gold medal game - South 93, East 84. Men's gold medal game - West 109, South 97. Ice Hockey Bronze medal game - New England 10. Midwest 0. Gold medal game - Great Lakes 5. Central 2. Volleyball Women's bronze medal game - South 3, East 0 (15-11, 15-13, 15-91. Men's bronze medal game - South 3, Midwest 0 115-7, 16-14. 15-11). Indoor Speedskaling Men's 1,000 Meters - 1, Steve Mer-rifield, Canoga Park. Calif., (MW) 1:48.44. 2, Marty Pierce. St. Francis, Wis.. (El. 3, David Pavlacic, Florissant, Mo..IS). 4, Dan Miller, Park Ridge, III.. IS). Women's 1,000 Meters - 1, Gloria Bo-gacki, Park Ridge, III.. (E), 1:59.13. 2. Lydia Stephans, Northbrook, III.. (Wl. 3. Becky Mane, Milwaukee, Wis., (MWI 4, Margaret Burns, Riverside, Calif., IW). Men's 5,000-Meter Relay - 1, Midwest, (Steve MerriJield, Jeff Frank, Brian Smith. Bryan Fox), 8:25.24. 2. West. 3, East. 4, South. Womens' 3,000-Meter Relay - 1, East (Gloria Bogacki, Lisa Parfitt. Ann Klopp, Beth Nowell) 6:27.52. 2. Midwest. 3, West. 4, South. Judo Men 189 pounds final - 1, Hector Estevez, Miami, Fla. 2. Tommy Martin, Stockton, Calif.. 3, Teimoc Jonston-Ono, New York. 4, Bobby Berland, Wilmette, III. 209 pounds and under - 1, Miguel Tu-dela, Alhambra. Calif. 2, Leo White Jr.. Fort Eustis, Va. 3, James Thompson, Santa Clara, Calif. 4, John Saylor, Columbus, Ohio. 209 pounds and over - 1, Brad Moss, Gilroy, Calif. 2, Shawn Gibbons, St. Petersburg, Fla. 3, Douglas Nelson, Englewood, N.J. 4, James Sullivan, New York. Open division - 1, Dewey Mitchel, Seven Springs, Fla. 2, Mitchell Santa Maria. Roselle Park. N.J. 3. Mitchell Pa-Lew. San Francisco. 4, Pat Mika, Fayette-ville. Ark. Women 158 pounds - 1. Corinne Shigemoto, Santa Clara, Calif. 2, Maureen Braziel, Brooklyn, N.Y. 3, Eileen O'Connell, Bays-ide, N.Y. 4, Ginger Lewallen, Colorado Springs, Colo. National prep rodeo finals DOUGLAS, Wyo. (UPI) - The leaders after four of six performances in the first go-round of the 33rd annual National High School Rodeo Finals: Girls Barrel racing: Tammy King, Bosque Farms. N.M., 17.52 seconds; Shelly Kend-ell, Rupert, Idaho, 17.80; Dana Bailey, Bak-ersfield. Calif.. 17.81. Pole bending: Tish Hier. Elizabeth. Colo., 20.28 seconds; Sheryl Fletcher. Dayton, Wash.. 20.38; Nova Scott, Tempe, Ariz., 20.40. Breakaway roping: Teri High. Bozeman. Mont.. 3.15 seconds; Nancy Rea. Tom, Okla.. 4.47; Beth Ann Bass, Kissimmee, Fla.. 4.76. Goat tying: Donene Johnson, Casper, Wyo.. 9.21 seconds; Tish Hier. Elizabeth. Colo.. 9.29; Koger Smith. Bosque Farms, N.M., 9.41. 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: Tommy Todd, Bell City, La., 3.71 seconds; Edward Holyan, Crownpoint. N.M.. 3.83; J.C. Honey. La Junta, Colo., 4.02. Bareback: Jeffery Bailey, Heppner. Ore., 72 points: David Jones. Duncanville, Texas, 71; Tommy Todd. Bell City. La.. 70. Cow cutting: Mitch Farris, Midway. Texas, 145 points; Greg Beutenmiller, Par-nell. Mo.. 141.50; Lloyd Cox. Delta. Mo., and 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 Football Atlanta - Signed cornerback Eric Johnson; released kicker Mike Brown. Buffalo - Released tight end Scott Westering of Pacilii- Lutheran, defensive end Kevin Wilkerson of Eastern Michigan, fullbacks Greg Lockett of Ohio and John Macon of Purdue and punter Carl Birdsong of Southwest Oklahoma State; announced retirement of guard John Schmeding. Houston - Signed quarterback John Reeves; cut safety Don Washington of Texas A&I. tackle Mike Gibbons and linebacker Taliferro Neal. New England - Waived wide receivers Reggie Beard of Cheyney State and John Klein of Central Connecticut, nose tackles Todd Lyon of American International and Colin McCarty of Temple, defensive back Bob Manning of Massachusetts,strong safety John Quinn of Springfield, offensive tackle Bob Regan of Yale, center Jim Rill of Dartmouth and running back Lee Walker of Texas Southern. St. Louis - Signed linebacker E.J. Junior to a series of 1-year contracts. Track & Field International meet At Budapest, Hungary Men 100 meters-1, Mel Lattany, U.S., 10.07. 2. Sun Floyd, U.S., 10.12. 3, Istvan Nagy, Hungary, 10.37. 200 meters-1, Stan Floyd, U.S., 20.41. 2, Alan Wells. Britain, 20.57. 3, Istvan Nagy, Hungary, 20.75. 400 meters-1, Bert Cameron, Jamaica, 45.41. 2, Walter McCoy, U.S., 45.66. 3, Tony Darden, U.S., 45.66. 800 meters-1, Gary Cook, Britain, 1:45.42. 2, Mike BoR. Kenya, 1:45.89. 3, , Harold Schmid, West Germany. 1:46,57. 1,500 meters-1, Steve Ovett, Britain, 3:31.57. 2, Omar Khalifa, Sudan, 3:34.96. 3, John Walker, New Zealand, 3:35.20. 3,000 meters-1, Eamonn Coghlan, Ireland, 7:44.99. 2, Lubomir Pesacek, Czechoslovakia, 7:47.36. 3, Toomas Turb, Soviet Union, 7:48.94. 110-meter hurdles-1, Renaldo Nehe-miah, U.S., 13.39. 2, Julius Ivan, Czechoslovakia. 13.60. 3, Tony Campbell. U.S., 13.71. 400-meter hurdles-1, Tom Lee, U.S., 49.72. 2, James King. U.S.. 49.84. 3, Jorge Batista, Cuba, 51.35. Discus-1, Wolfgang Schmid, East Germany, 221-3. 2, tare Bugar, Czechoslova- kia, 214-4 '/>. 3. John Powell. U.S., 211-5. High jump-1, Gerd Nagel, West Germany, 7-4 'h (won on fewer misses). 2, Tyke Peacock. U.S., 7-4 'A. 3, Bodo Huth, East Germany, 7-2 Yi. Javelin-1, Klaus Tofenmeier. West Germany. 289-10. 2, Fe-renc Paragi, Hungary, 286-6 'A. 3, Esa Ut-riainen, Finland, 279-8 'A. Long jump-1, Laszlo Szalma, Hungary, 254. 2, Andrzej Klinosevsky, Poland, 25-5 'A. 3, Jan Leit-ner, Czechoslovakia, 25-2. Triple jump-1, Michael Marlow, U.S., 54-10 %. 2, Robert Cannon, U.S.. 54-4 'A. 3, Jaak Uudmae. Soviet Union. 54-3 'A. Women 100 meters-1, Jarmila CratochviJova, Czechoslovakia, 11.19. 2, Iren Oroai, Hungary, 11.46. 3, Aurelia Nunevi, Bulgaria, 11.76. 200 meters-1, Jarmila CratochviJova, Czechoslovakia, 22.25. 2, Iren Orosi, Hungary, 23.06. 3, Raymonde Naigre, West Germany, 23.44. 400 meters-1, Ivanka Sarianova, Bulgaria, 52.41. 2, Jenny McGregor, Britain, 52.60. 3. Genoveve Blaszak, Poland, 52.61. 800 meters-1, Rita Lovin, Romania, 1:57.73. 2, Jolanta Januchta, Poland, 1:59.14. 3, Olga Ninejeva, Soviet Union, 2:00.13. 1,500 meters-1, Olga Dvirna, Soviet Union, 3:57.78. 2. Maricia Puica, Romania, 3:58:29. 3, Anna Bukis, Poland, 3:59:67. 100-meter hurdles-1, Lucyna Langer, Poland. 13.15. 2, Michele Chardonnett. France, 13.22. 3, Lawrence Lebeau, France, 13.23. High jump-1, Emese Bela, Hungary, 6 feet, 2 inches (won on fewer missesl. 2, Dorothy Ritter, U.S., 6-2. 3, Sylvia Coster, Cuba, 6-0 Vi. Long jump-1. Anisoara Cusmir, Romania, 21-8 2, Vali Ionescu, Romania, 21-5 5. 3, Anna Wlodarczik, Poland, 21-1 '/.. Baseball -!\- Pacific Coast League Northern Division 	W	L	Pet.	GB Tacoma	24	13	.649	- Portland	21	17	.553	 Hawaii	19	20	.487	6 Edmonton	17	23	.425	8'/, Vancouver	15	22	.405	9 Spokane	14	26	.350	11'/i 	Southern Division			 	W	L	Pel	GB Albuquerque	26	8	.765	- Phoenix	18	17	.514	8'A Salt Lake	19	19	.500	9 Tucson	15	23	.395	13 Tuesday's Result Albuquerque 4. Phoenix 2 Edmonton 8, Tacoma1? Spokane 5, Vancouver 4 Hawaii 9. Portland 6 Salt Lake 8. Tucson 7, 17 inns Wednesday's Games Vancouver at Spokane Hawaii at Portland (only games scheduled) Redbirds 3, Aeros 2 Wichita......................000 200 000 - 2 8 0 Springfield.................010 200 00X - 3 7 0 Schmidt, Johnson; Rincon, Little 161 Bjorkman. HR - Wichita, Jones; Springfield, Bjorkman. W - Rincon L -Schimdt. Golf PGA statistics Scoring (Tie) 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 (Tie) I, Dan Poh) 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. (Tie) 9, Larry Ziegler and Dave Eichelberger 269.8. Percentage in fairway 1. Calvin Peete .803. 2, Mike Reid .773. (Tie) 3. Jack Rentier 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. (Tiel 10. George Archer and George Burns 29.13. Percentage of sub-par holes 1, 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 (Tie) 1, Bruce Lietzke and Bruce Douglass 9. (Tie) 3, Bobby Wadkins, Leonard 'Thompson, Mark Hayes and Bobby Clam-pelt 8. (Tiel 7, Lanny Wadkins, Bobby Wal-zel, Jim Simons, Jeff Mitchell and Keith Fergus 7. Hutchinson News    Thurs., July 30, 1981    Page 12 'That doesn 't change9 Lies races for the challenge By Brett Marshall Staff writer What would keep a 35-year-old race car veteran interested in continuing his career? Nobody could answer that better than Wichitan Frank Lies, who at 54 still has a burning desire to compete. "When it's race day, the challenge to compete is still there. That doesn't change," Lies said last Sunday during the running of the 25th Annual Grand National Championships in Hutchinson. "Maybe off the race track, on the days when I'm not running, I don't have the desire to compete. But I still love to race cars. When I don't enjoy it anymore, the time will come to quit." Lies didn't finish among the top five during Sunday's Super Modified Feature, but he was still his usual bubbly self during ceremonies beforehand. He was honored as the only driver to compete in all 25 Grand Nationals. "This (competing here) certainly brings back a lot of memories," he said. Lies has won the Feature at the Grand Nationals three times, the first coming in 1957 at Oklahoma City, following it in 1958 in Hutchinson and the last coming in 1968. "I remember it (the first victory) well," Lies said. "A lot better than Frank Lies the rest of them. Back then it was a big deal in everybody's mind. We had to qualify at each track. To get here you had to at least win an A Feature somewhere, so you knew there was nothing but quality drivers here." Lies said the large crowds that attend the Grand Nationals is nothing new (more than 9,000 attended this year). "The first race we had here (1958) they packed the house," Lies recalled. "It's been that way every year. I think it (Nationals) meant more to the drivers and owners then than it does now. Now they have the NCRA (National Championship Racing Association) series and that means a lot. But to anyone who races, this is still the biggie." Lies has seen much improvement in racing cars since he first started back in 1947. "There's more safety rules and the cars are faster," he said. 'The equipment is playing a much bigger role now. The pit crews and mechanics are much more in the limelight. It used to be the drivers did all the work." The fact that the Grand National is the only daytime major NCRA race enhances the event, Lies believes. "We've got an excellent track to run on but the bad part is that is comes during the daytime," Lies said. "It's tougher on the cars and the drivers. Truthfully, I like daytime racing." Lies' days as a youth were spent in Colwich, a small town just outside of Wichita. It was there he developed an interest in racing. "I went to watch a race and decided I liked it," he said. "I got a '34 roadster and went out on the track. I didn't know nothing about it. I really liked it and have been doing it ever since then. It's just been a continual thing." Lies handles personal investments as his regular job, racing part-time as a hobby. "It's like any other hobby, you've got to enjoy it to keep doing it," said Lies. "We're just like baseball or football players. All men are little boys who got larger." Frank Lies has been a big man for several years in the world of NCRA racing. Oilers sign QB Reeves SAN ANGELO, Texas (UPI) -The Houston Oilers Wednesday signed former Cincinnati Bengals and Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback John Reeves, who has not played in two years, in a move to so- Wichita bowler double perfect in league play WICHITA (UPI) - A college bowler who was second-string last year remained stunned Wednesday that he had put together a string of two perfect 300 games, 33 consecutive strikes in all, in league play the night before. "It still hasn't all sunk in yet," said Jay Eddy, a second-teamer last year at Wichita State University. "My knees started knocking in the 10th frame of the second game, but after that I was OK." Eddy had a 196 average before he started rolling late Tuesday with Raymond and Cindy Mefford in a three-person scratch league. Eddy started with a strike, saved two spares and then made no more mistakes. "After I started hitting, everything was so perfect," Eddy said. "I just closed my mind to everything but my game. They all seemed like perfect strikes." The pin-setting machine at West Acres Lanes slowed down a few times, but Eddy said he wasn't ruffled. He kept throwing perfect balls - for 33 strikes in a row. The 268-300-300 for an 868 series is thought to be the best in the nation this year and the fifth best ever, according to the Wichita Men's Bowling Association of the American Bowling Congress. The string of 33 strikes reportedly equaled the most consecutive strikes in league play, and the back-to-back 300 games was only the 13th time it has happened. Eddy called his parents in Topeka, Kan., to tell them of his feat, but it apparently didn't sink in. "I started dividing 868 by 3 and thought, 'Nan, he must have bowled that in six games, maybe even five,'" recalled his mother, Mary Eddy. She then forgot about it and went back to sleep. Sports shorts LOCAL-AREA Vogel misses cut FRESNO, Calif. -. Chris Vogel fired rounds of 85-76 Tuesday and Wednesday for a 161 total in the 34th United States Junior Amateur Championship at Sunnyside Country Club. Vogel, who had qualified at the sectional tournament in Kansas City earlier this month, missed the cut which was believed to be either 155 or 156. Tournament officials said all players had not completed their second rounds. Leading the tournament after the first day was Mike Blewett of Bur-lingame, Calif., with a 69. Auto racing The NDRA Schlitz Pro-National Series will be in Hutchinson for the Stock Car Fiberglass 100 at Fun Valley Speedway Aug. 7-8. Larry Moore, defending National Champion from Ocala, Fla., -Leon Archer, the 1979 NDRA NHional Champion and Mike Duvall of Gaf-fney, S.C., have joined Buck Simmons, the current Schlitz Pro-national Series points leader,' Jerry Inmon and Freddy Smith as entries for the Stock Car Fiberglass 100. Qualifying for the Stock Car Fiberglass 100 will start Friday night, Aug. 7, at 7 o'clock. The fastest three cars will automatically advance to the Stock Carr Fiberglass 100 on Saturday night. Qualifying will be followed by six 20-lap heat races, with the top three finishers in each heat also advancing to the feature. Saturday night, Aug. 8, action will start at 8 o'clock with a 50-lap B. Main with the top three finishers completing the 24-car starting field for the Stock Car Fiberglass 100 to follow. Softball tournament NEWTON - Mobile Plywood will sponsor a men's slowpitch tournament for C and under teams Aug. 14-16 at Athletic Park. Entry fee is $60 and one ball and the first 24 teams will be taken. For more information, contact Kale Kiefer at 283-1253 or David Lackey at 283-2146 or Blaine Rucker -at 283-7566. Rodeos planned Two Central States Rodeo Assoca-tion-sponosored rodeos will be in this area Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Smoky Valley Saddle Club will present its fourth annual rodeo Friday and Saturday in Marquette. The El-Kan Western Riders open their rodeo in Ellsworth Saturday and it will run through Sunday. Both rodeos will feature competition in seven events - bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, team roping, barrel racing and bull riding. The Marquette rodeo is offering $525 in added money and the Ellsworth rodeo is offering $350. Prairie Dunes golf Gladys Snowbarger won the Class AA low putts event at Prairie Dunes ladies day play this week with a 25 while Margaret Wells captured BB honors with a 30 and Jean Blackburn topped the CC field with a 34. Winner of Class A was Penny Lo-renz with a 16. Class B winner was Donna Bowles with a 17. Helen Steed was tops in C with an 18. Those breaking 100 were Gladys Bos 91; Gladsy Snowbarger 86; Doris Lyman 95; Peg Davidson 92; Barbara Frizell 97; Kay Parker 89; Jean Ann Arbuckle 97; and Corky Thayer 99. Ashcraft runnerup EMPORIA - Steve Ashcraft of Hutchinson reached the finals of the 10 and under singles division of the Emporia Bluestem Open tennis tournament before losing to Wichita's Rhain Buth, 6-3, 6-3. Ashcraft had defeated Peter Sau-den of Mission, 7-5, 6-4, and Mike Nill, of Hutchinson, 6-4, 6-2, to gain the finals match. NATIONAL Miscellaneous The New York Yankees have filed suit against Cessna Aircraft Co. and Flight Safety International Inc. in Akron, Ohio, seeking $4.5 million in damages in the 1979 death of All-Star catcher Thurman Munson. The Summit County Common Pleas Court suit was filed some four weeks after a similar damage claim was dismissed by a federal judge. Munson, who lived in nearby Canton, died Aug. 2, 1979, when his twin-engine Cessna jet crashed and burned at Akron-Canton Airport. *  � RACE CAR driver A.J. Foyt, who suffered a splintered right elbow last weekend in a crash in the Michigan 500, could have suffered permanent damage to his arm, a doctor has warned. Dr. John Perkins of Houston, an orthopedic surgeon and Foyt's physician, said Foyt, 46, four-time Indianapolis 500 winner faces the possibility of a permanently stiff arm as a /result of the accident Saturday. * * * NEAL COLZIE, defensive back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has been receiving anonymous telephone death threats and says he thinks they are connected to the January slaying in Atlanta of his two step-sisters. Tampa police and NFL security personnel have been monitoring the situation. lidify the position following Ken Stab-ler's retirement. Coach Ed Biles installed Reeves, 31, as the team's No. 2 quarterback despite his not having played recently. His competition for the backup job to Gifford Nielsen is two inexperienced second-year, pros. The Oilers signed Reeves, of Anniston, Ala., after Head Coach Ed Biles watched him work out Tuesday. The terms of the contract were not disclosed. New England Patriots SMITHFIELD, R.I. (UPI) - The New England Patriots have signed veteran linebacker Steve King amid reports of no progress in negotiations with the team's remaining four unsigned veteran free agents. King, 6-foot-4, 230 pounds and a Patriot for the past nine years, arrived at the team's Bryant College training camp to undergo a physical examination and will begin practice Thursday morning, officials said. Team officials are still trying to negotiate contracts with free agents Ray Hamilton, Don Hasselbeck, Horace Ivory and Rod Shoate. St. Louis Cardinals ST. LOUIS (UPI) - E.J. 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