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Arkonsos TIMfS, Sunday, May S, 1974 Lost In The Crowd Princess Margaret, wearing hat, makes her way through a crowd of thousands as she arrives for Ihe the 100th running ol the Kentucky Dcrl.y n( Churchill Downs Saturday, (AP WLrcpliolo) Bill Walton Takes Plunge With Portland Despite ABA Offers PORTLAN'D. Ore. (AP) -Bill Walton told a news conference Saturday he signed wilh Portland of the National Basketball Association Irecanse ho felt Oregon is a nice place to live. The 6-fool-l! three-time A i l American from UCLA did not reveal the terms of his contract Indians Hand Blue Fourth Loss Of Year OAKLAND (AP) -- Gay lord Perry fired a five-hitter and John Lowenstein, Buddy Bell and George Hendrick drove in two runs apiece, leading the Cleveland Indians to an 8-2 victory over the Oakland A's Saturday. The I n d i a n s hammered Oakland starter Vidn Blue for seven runs, five of them unearned in a rousing f o u r t h inning. Singles by John Ellis and Charlie Spikes and a sacrifice fly by Hendrick gave the Indians a 1-0 lead \\\ the second inning. A triple by Angel Hermoso and a single by Low- emstein made it 2-0 in the third. Errors by right fielder Reggie Jackson and third baseman Sal Vando aided the Indians f o u r t h - i n n i n g uprising. Low custom. Bell and Hendrick a! 1 . had R B I singles in the rally off Blue, 0-i. The A's rallied f o r two r u n s in the eighth on Gene Tenace's sacrifice f!y and Pat Bourquc's RBI single off Perry, 4-1. ilh the Trail Blazers, who won ic rights to Walton in a s peal coin f l i p between the two ist-place teams in the N B A , 'ortland in the West and Pbila- elphia in tlie East. Asked how much ho got for i g n i n g . Walton grinned anrt iid: "Well, I bought this new shirt oday." He was wearing a plaid v o o d s m a n ' s shirt. He was given a clean bill of ealth by the Portland team hysician. Dr. Frank B. Smith, vho said he had conducted a limited medical investigation f his widely publicized back nd knee problems"H would appear that Bill as marie a complete recovery r n m his hack injury." Smith ;aid. "His knees arc free of ny .symptoms (of tendinitis) at :ic* present time. 1 1 Walton is believed in have igned a five-year contract vorth an estimated $2 m i l l i o n o $3 million. He was f l a n k e d at tho news :onference by Sam Gilbert of -os Angeles, his adviser; £ _ _ _ ney Wicks, a former UCLA star vho now plays for the Trail Blazers, and Lawrence \Veirv )erg, team treasurer. Walton said his choice ol ortland did not represent a choice between the NBA anc .he American Basketball Association which also tried to sign nim. "There were many reasons, Walton said. "It didn't come to the NBA vs. the ABA, but which place had the most to of- 'er. At this time, coming to Portland offered the best oppor- :nntty. Port-land was better than all the rest." Walton likes to hike and camp, and mentioned Oregon's h i k i n g trails as an incentive for coming here. Did Wiclcs influence him to sign with Portland? 'I didn't have to talk with him-- I know what he thinks," Walton replied. The big center is notoriously shy around newsmen and his answers Saturday were brief and almost inaudible, with awkward .sitericcs between the questions, Walton led UCLA to National Collegiate basketball 1071 and place finish in 1973. Tho Wal- tort-lecl Bruins won 88 consecutive games, a collegiate record. He set an NCAA record for shooting accuracy, broke Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's UCLA career rebounding record and averaged 20.3 points per game over three seasons. Twins Deal Righl-Hander To Yankees BLOOMINGTON. M i n n . ( A P ) -- The Minnesota Twins sent starting pitcher Dick Wood son to tho Mew York Yankees Saturday in exchange for M i k e Pazik. a IcfL-hiinclcd pitcher c u r - rently wtth the Yankees' Triple- A f a r m club at Syrar sc. Woodson had expected to b« traded since he won a February salary arbitration a g a i n s t Twins 1 owner Calvin G r i f f i t h . but was still surprised when tho announcement came Saturday. "I was shocked t h a t I've been f i n a l l y traded," said Woodson. "I'm apprec i ati vc of the change, which is probably bettor for the team administration ml myself." Woodson. 29, was l-l for the Twins this season. He has a 3330 career mark witih Minnesota- He 1 was 14-14 for Minnesota in 1972. '' \Voodie h a s been a gnoc! hard-nosed kid for me," said Minnesota manager Frank Quilici. "We're t a k i n g some risk with this t r a d e , but we're trying to beef up our left-handed pitching." Paxik, 24, posted a 13-8 record at Syracuse l a s t year He has a 2-1 mark with the International League team 1974. Paxik will be sent to Tacoma along with Dan Fife, who was optioned by the Twins Satur day. The Twins also announce they had recalled southpaw Bil Butler and right-banded pithcer Dave GolU from Tacoma. But ler is 3-0 and Golla 3-1 with lh Pacific Coast League team. NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES 2 DAYS ONLY! Sears Athletic Association championships in 1972 and a second- Willie Davis Stops MONTREAL (AP) --Willie Davis' two-run single capped ; four-run outburst in the thin inning that enabled the Mon trcal Expos to end a six-gam losing streak Saturday with a 4 2 victory over the San Fran cif-co Giants. Steve Rogers, 4-1, held Giants to seven hits. Loser John D'Acquisto, 2-2 started his own downfall in th third when he walked Jim Co: and Rogers around a single b Barry Foote. That loaded th bases and a walk to Ron Hun forced in the first run. Foote scored on Tim Foil' infield out. The other run advanced and scored on Davis single. The Giants broke through Ro gers in the f o u r t h . Bobby Bond walked, Steve Ontiveros single' and the runs came home o singles by Dave Kingman an Ken Rudolph. Kathy Whitworth Leads Lady Tara Hunters Won't Need Orange LITTLE ROCK -- The Ar k a n s a s Game a n d F i s h C o m mission lias voted not to impo.=i a regulation which would require h u n t e r s in the dee woods this fall to wear h u n t e orange clothing. The proposal considered b; the Commission would IIHV required al! persons h u n t i n game m a m m a l s during the gu deer seasons to wear at leas 500 square inches of h u n t e o r a n g e clothing with at leas 40 square inches of this to b w o r n as headgear. The Commission slaff con dueled a survey to attempt rtptprmine hunter reaction such a proposal and the results showed a majority of those surveyed were in favor of such a regulation. The C o m m i s s i o n , a t s n received requests a n d : Oklahoma!) Beth Stone shol a p e t i t i o n s asking t h a t t h i s j f c u r - u n d e r - p a r 69. best r o u n d in r e g u l a t i o n no; be passed. j t w o days of competition, to A f t e r c o n s i d e r a b l e ; a ; 148 w i t h .loAnn Prentice this ATLANTA (AP) -- K a t h y Whitworth, the all-time leading money w i n n e r on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour, knocked in a six-foot birdie putt on the f i n a l hole Saturday and took a one-shot lead in the $35.000 Lady Tara Golf Tournament, Miss Whitwovth, seeking her 7Hrd tournament victory in 1G years, had her second straight one-under-par 72 for a 144 total going into Sunday's f i n a l round at the h i l l y , 6.355-yard Indian H i l l s Country Club course. Donna Caponi Young, who had shared the lead with two others a f t e r the firsl round, had a 71 S a t u r d a y and was alone in second place, one shot behind the leader. In third place at 147 was Sandra Spu/ich, who had a 76 after s h a r i n g the lead with -Mrs. Young and Margie Masters a f t e r the f i r s t round. Miss Masters, an A u s t r a l i a n , skied to a T) and fell well hack in the pack at 150. d e l i b e r a t i o n the Commission voted not to instate the regu- l a t i o n at t h i s time. The question at this time was not whether hunier orange c l o t h i n g is a good s a f e t y device, but w h e t h e r a regulation is needed. The Commission urges h u n t i n g deer, and ar's leading money winner. the cut of 159 for the final round. Miss Whitworth, knocked in birdie putt from one foot away on the second hole and then took a bogey four on the t h i r d when she missed the green. 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She parrcd the rest of the way. missing a birdie putt of sis feel on 17 and taking the lead with her birdie on the f i n a l hole. Mrs. Young had her problem? on the fifth, sixth and seventh holes a f t e r scoring birdies on the first two. She took a bogey at No. 5 and No. 7 and had a double bogey six on the sixth hole, when her ball hit a tree and went out of bounds. Turk Signs With Jets NEW , ,, ~- , ^ . ^ YORK (AP) - Line- and Gerta Boykin, both of .hacker Godwin Turk, No 3 whom shot 7-Js. i draft choice from Southern Uni- SIXTY-O.VE M A D E CUT versity. has signed with the Deadlocked at 149 were Mary I*TM' York Jeia, the National Lou Crocker, whose 71 was the!* o o t ° a l] _ League club an- only oilier sub-par round anc! noimced Saturday. persons j K a t h y Cornelius, who matched 1 persons in the deer woods whether deer h u n t i n g or not. to wear a vest and cap of hunter oranee. Lifetime License May Be Bough! 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