MARRIED: U.S. Women's Archery Champion NANCY VONDERHEIDE, 25, to Attorney Marvin Kleinman, 40, who originally encouraged her to take up the sport as a hobby, in Atlanta.
DIED: RAY (Scooter) McLEAN, 48, an assistant coach of the Detroit Lions who had spent the last quarter century in pro football both as a player and coach, of cancer in an Ann Arbor ( Mich.) hospital. He played halfback for the Chicago Bears from 1940 to 1947 (his 89-yard punt return against the 1942 Chicago Cardinals still stands as a Bear team record) and later joined Green Bay as assistant coach (1951-1957) and head coach (1958) before going to Detroit.
DIED: LEONARD THOMAS (Tom) BLACKBURN, 58, the soft-spoken basketball coach at the University of Dayton, of lung cancer in a Dayton hospital. In his 17 years with the school he never missed a game (this season he coached from a specially built easy chair by the bench), while his teams compiled one of the best records in the country—351-140—and played in 10 National Invitation Tournaments in Madison Square Garden ( Dayton lost in the finals five times and finally won the tournament in 1962 by defeating St. John's).
DIED: MRS. ROSE FRASER, 60, mother of Australia's swimming star Dawn Fraser, in an automobile accident near Sydney. Dawn, who was driving the car when it crashed into a parked truck and turned over, was hospitalized with a chipped vertebra.