The CHICAGO TRACK CLUB will submit its two-mile relay time of 7:23.6 in the Mason-Dixon Games at Louisville for consideration as a world indoor record. Dr. DELANO MERIWETHER won the 70-yard dash in 6.9 seconds.
MILEPOSTS—ELECTED: To the Baseball Hall of Fame, MONTE IRVIN, by the Special Committee on Negro Leagues.
ELECTED: RAY BLUTH of St. Louis, to the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame.
RESIGNED: Effective the end of the current season, DICK LLOYD, head basketball coach at Rutgers University, whose team is 11-8 this year.
SIGNED: By his former employer, the Boston Bruins, DEREK SANDERSON, to a 1� year contract through 1973-74 for an estimated $90,000.
SWITCHED: From athletic director at Florida Stale to the same post at Vanderbilt, CLAY STAPLETON.
TRADED: By the Baltimore Colts in their continued house-cleaning movement, Linemen DAN SULLIVAN and FRED MILLER, each for a future draft choice. Sullivan was sent to Oakland and Miller to Washington.