MILEPOSTS—ARRESTED: By the FBI in Los Angeles, boxing promoter HAROLD J. SMITH, 37, on a charge of knowingly making a false statement on a passport application. Smith, the chairman of Muhammad Ali Professional Sports Inc., had gone into seclusion in January following the discovery of a scheme by which MAPS officials allegedly embezzled $21.3 million from Wells Fargo Bank.
NAMED: As basketball coach at Colorado, TOM APKE, 37, who had a 130-64 record in seven seasons at Creighton.
As basketball coach at Mississippi State, BOB BOYD, 50, former coach at USC (1966-79), to replace Jim Hatfield, who resigned.
RESIGNED: As basketball coach at Vanderbilt, RICHARD SCHMIDT, 39, whose two-year record was 28-27.
TRADED: By the Philadelphia Phillies, Leftfielder GREG LUZINSKI, 30, to the Chicago White Sox for an undisclosed amount of cash; by the San Diego Padres, Outfielder JERRY MUMPHREY, 28, and right-handed Pitcher JOHN PACELLA, 24, to the New York Yankees for outfielders RUPPERT JONES, 26, and JOE LEFEBVRE, 25, and two minor league pitchers; and by the Minnesota Twins, Centerfielder KEN LANDREAUX, 26, to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Infielder MICKEY HATCHER, 26, and two minor-leaguers. In other deals, the Cleveland Indians sent rookie Second Baseman JUAN BONILLA, 25, to the Padres for lefty Reliever BOB LACEY, 27, who had been acquired from Oakland the week before; the Houston Astros traded righty KEN FORSCH, 34, to the California Angels for Infielder DICKIE THON, 22, and dealt a minor league outfielder and an undisclosed amount of cash to the Baltimore Orioles for Shortstop KIKO GARCIA, 27. The Pittsburgh Pirates acquired First Baseman JASON THOMPSON, 26, from the Angels for Catcher ED OTT, 29, and lefthanded Pitcher MICKEY MAHLER, 28.