In the Paris International Open STAN SMITH of the U.S. and HELGA HOSL of West Germany were the winners in singles finals. Smith topped Fran�ois Jauffret of France 6-2, 6-4, 7-5; Miss Hosl beat South Africa's Brenda Kirk 4-6, 6-2, 6-1.
MILEPOSTS—HOSPITALIZED: WILLIS REED, captain of the recently defeated New York Knickerbockers, after surgery for tendinitis above the left knee.
PROPOSED: A boycott of the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo, Japan by six Alpine skiing nations ( France, Austria, Italy, West Germany, Yugoslavia and Switzerland) if the International Olympic Committee bars FIS-approved competitors for all ged professionalism.
QUIT: CURT FLOOD of the Washington Senators, who has been challenging the legality of baseball's reserve clause, citing "very serious personal problems." He was hitting only .200 in 12 games this season.
RESIGNED: As general manager and coach of the St. Louis Blues, SCOTTY BOWMAN, who had been with the team since its beginnings four seasons ago.
RESIGNED: JOHNNY DEE, basketball coach at Notre Dame for seven years, to return to his Denver law practice. Dee's Irish had won 20 games or more the last four years and had gone to five postseason tournaments.