By the Dallas Mavericks, Forward BILL ROBINZINE, 28, to the Utah Jazz for Center WAYNE COOPER, 24, and Forward ALLAN BRISTOW, 30.
By the Edmonton Oilers, Right Wing DON MURDOCH, 24, to the Minnesota North Stars for Defense-man DON JACKSON, 24, and a 1982 third-round draft choice. The North Stars then dealt Murdoch to the Detroit Red Wings, with Defenseman GREG SMITH, 25, and a first-round pick in 1982 for the Red Wings' 1982 first-round choice.
DIED: DOUG DILK, 21, a senior lineman and captain of the University of Evansville football team; of head injuries suffered in an auto accident; in Indianapolis.
WILLIAM M. JENNINGS, 60, a member of two hockey halls of fame, president of the New York Rangers since 1962 and an architect of the NHL's expansion during the 1960s; of cancer; in Byram, Conn.
Lynn O. (Pappy) Waldorf, 78, the former Oklahoma City, Oklahoma A&M, Kansas State, Northwestern and Cal football coach who led the Golden Bears to three straight Rose Bowls in 1948-50 and was a member of the National Football Foundation's Hall of Fame; of a heart attack; in Berkeley, Calif.