MOTOR SPORTS—DAVY JONES, JAN LAM-MERS and ANDY WALLACE drove a Jaguar to victory in the 24 Hours of Daytona by four laps over the Jaguar of Price Cobb, Martin Brundle and John Nielsen, in Daytona Beach, Fla. (page 48).
TENNIS—STEFFI GRAF defeated Arantxa Sanchez 6-1, 6-2 to win the Pan Pacific Open and $70,000, in Tokyo.
The U.S. defeated Mexico 4-0 in the opening round of Davis Cup play in Carlsbad, Calif.
TRACK & FIELD—DANNY EVERETT set a world indoor record of 45.04 seconds for 400 meters, in Stuttgart, West Germany. Everett surpassed by .01 of a second the mark set by Thomas Sch�nlebe two years ago.
MILEPOSTS—FINED: By the NBA, Milwaukee Bucks coach DEL HARRIS, $2,500, for criticizing referees after a game on Jan. 26.
FIRED: As coach of the Charlotte Hornets. DICK HARTER. 58. who guided the Hornets to a 28-94 mark in 1� seasons, including an 8-32 start in 1989-90. GENE LITTLES, 46, one of Harter's assistants, was named as his interim replacement.
SENTENCED: To five years in prison by a federal judge in Cincinnati, former Pete Rose associate TOMMY GIOIOSA, 31, for conspiring to distribute cocaine, making false statements on his income tax return and conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service (page 50).