MILEPOSTS—DISCLOSED: By owner Leonard Bloom, plans to relocate his San Diego Conquistadors in Los Angeles; at the suggestion of the ABA Commissioner.
MARRIED: Champion French skier JEAN-CLAUDE KILLY, to Danielle Gaubert, who co-starred with the 30-year-old Killy in his first motion picture, The Ski Raiders; at Archamps in the French Alps.
NAMED: The American League's Cy Young Award winner, JIM PALMER of the Baltimore Orioles, who had a 22-9 record and a 2.40 ERA.
RESIGNED: HARLAND SVARE, 42, as coach of the San Diego Chargers, who won only once in their first eight starts. Since taking over the Chargers in mid-1971, Svare had a 7-17-2 record. Assistant Coach RON WALLER, 40, was named interim head coach.
RESIGNED: As football coach at Columbia, FRANK NAVARRO, 42, effective after the school's last game. Navarro has a 16-34-2 record in his six years at Columbia and is 1-5-1 this season.
RETIRED: JOSEPH C. DEY JR., 66, as commissioner of the PGA's Tournament Players Division, effective on the expiration of his five-year contract next February. A former sportswriter in New Orleans and Philadelphia, Dey served as executive director of the USGA for 34 years before becoming professional golf commissioner in 1969.
SIGNED: CHRIS TAYLOR, a 1972 Olympic bronze medalist and two-time NCAA heavyweight champion from Iowa State, to a professional wrestling contract estimated at more than $400,000, or nearly $1,000 a pound.