SETTLED: A $110,000 lawsuit filed by John Roseboro, the former Dodger catcher, against Juan Marichal, the San Francisco Giants' pitcher, after Marichal struck Roseboro with a bat in a game played at Candlestick Park in 1965; for a reported $7,500.
DIED: ABE ATTELL, 85, former world featherweight champion, who won his title in 1901 by defeating George Dixon and successfully defended the championship until 1912 when he lost a decision to Johnny Kilbane; in Libertyville, N.Y.
DIED: MRS. P. A. B. (Gertrude) WIDENER, 71, owner of such famous thoroughbreds as Polynesian, winner of the 1945 Preakness and sire of Native Dancer, and Hula Dancer, the 1962 top French filly; of a heart attack in New York.
DIED: RUDY YORK, 56, former first baseman for the Detroit Tigers, whose batting records include: 18 home runs in August of 1937, the major league mark for homers in one month, and two home runs with bases loaded in a game in 1946; of lung cancer in Rome, Ga.