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TRACK & FIELD—Three women's world indoor records fell at the European Indoor Championships in Budapest: MARITA KOCH of East Germany slashed .25 off Gesine Walther's year-old 200-meter mark with a time of 22.39; countrywoman BETTINE JAHN ran the 60 hurdles in 7.75 to trim .02 off Zofia Bielczyk's 1980 standard; and high jumper TAMARA BYKOVA of the Soviet Union leaped 6'8" to break Colleen Rienstra's 1982 mark by 1�". Another East German, THOMAS MUNKELT, ran the 60 hurdles in 7.48, .06 faster than the world indoor record shared by Andrey Prokofyev and Yuriy Chervanyev.
The women's world indoor 440-yard record was also broken; LORI McCAULEY surpassed Diane Dixon's week-old mark by .23 with a time of 53.29 in Cambridge, Mass.
MILEPOST—DROPPED: A $300,000 lawsuit against Chicago Bulls Guard QUINTIN DAILEY after he apologized in writing and paid a reported settlement of $100,000 to a woman he had assaulted in San Francisco on Dec. 21, 1981.
FIRED: By the Buffalo Stallions of the MISL, Coach JAY HOFFMAN, 31, after a 15-18 season. He was replaced by Assistant Coach LOUIS DABO, 43.
RESIGNED: As basketball coach at Oregon, JIM HANEY, 33, who had a five-year record of 52-80; as basketball coach at Dartmouth, TIM COHANE, 40, whose four-season record was 30-74, including 7-19 in 1982-83.
SUSPENDED: By the NHL for six games, Philadelphia Flyer Defenseman BEHN WILSON, 24, for swinging a stick at New York Ranger Goalie Glen Hanlon in a Feb. 19 game. It was the third time in five seasons that Wilson had been disciplined by the league for that offense.
DIED: WILLIAM SEBASTIAN, 18, a high school pole vaulter; after striking his head on an asphalt runway in practice; in Indianapolis.