LITTLE OLYMPICS—U.S.S.R.'s IGOR TEROVANESYAN tied Ralph Boston's 1965 world-record 27'4�" broad jump at the international competition in Mexico City (page 20).
MOTOR SPORTS—New Zealand's DENIS HULME gained his first Formula I world driving championship after finishing third to Scotland's JIMMY CLARK in the Grand Prix of Mexico in Mexico City (page 53).
MILEPOSTS—APPROVED: By the American League, the transfer of the Kansas City Athletics to Oakland, Calif. for the 1968 season. The transplanted team, to be named the Oakland Athletics, will be managed by former Chicago Cub Head Coach (1963-64) BOB KENNEDY, 47, who spent the past year coaching for the Atlanta Braves. He replaces Interim Manager Luke Appling, who took over in August after Alvin Dark was fired by Owner Charles O. Finley. Finley also hired JOE DiMAGGIO, 49, as executive vice-president.
SOLD: The International League's TORONTO franchise to Hoosier real estate tycoon Walter Dilbeck, 49, who plans to locate the baseball club in Louisville, where he has business interests. Toronto had been in the International League for 73 consecutive years.
TRADED: The Chicago Bulls' GUY RODGERS, 32, to the Cincinnati Royals for Guard Flynn Robinson, cash and the Royals' No. 2 draft choices for the next two years. Rodgers, a six-time NBA All-Star, set a league record last season with 908 assists and led the club with an 18-point average.
DIED: In action, 41 miles northeast of Saigon, Vietnam, Major DONALD W. HOLLEDER, 33, Army's All-America end in 1954 who played quarterback the next season and led the Cadets to a 14-6 upset over Navy.