TENNIS—MIMA JAUSOVEC beat Sylvia Hanika 6-2, 7-6 in a $150,000 tournament in Los Angeles.
TRACK & FIELD—JARMILA KRATOCHVILOVA lowered her own 14-month-old women's world indoor record of 49.64 in the 400 meters with a time of 49.59 in Milan.
MILEPOSTS—NAMED: As basketball coach at Indiana State, DAVE SCHELLHASE, 37, who was 136-63 in seven seasons at Moorhead ( Minn.) State.
TRADED: By the Pittsburgh Penguins, Center MARK JOHNSON, 24, to the Minnesota North Stars for a second-round pick in the 1982 draft.
By the Detroit Tigers, Outfielder CHAMP SUMMERS, 33, to the San Francisco Giants for Third Baseman ENOS CABELL, 32, and a player to be named later; and by the Seattle Mariners, Pitcher MIKE PARROTT, 27, to the Milwaukee Brewers for Outfielder THAD BOSLEY, 25.
DIED: SCOTT HALBROOK, 19, an outfielder at Oregon State; from head injuries suffered in a collision during practice; in Corvallis, Ore.
Josef Bradl, 64, who in 1936 was the first ski jumper to break the 100-meter mark; of cancer; in Salzburg, Austria.
William O. DeWitt, 79, a former executive with seven major-league ball clubs; after a long illness; in Cincinnati. DeWitt started out in baseball in 1914, at the age of 12, selling soda pop for the St. Louis Browns. At 14 he became an office boy for Branch Rickey and moved with him to the Cardinals in 1917. He rose to assistant vice-president of the Cardinals (1936) and then became the general manager of the St. Louis Browns-Baltimore Orioles (1936-54), assistant GM of the New York Yankees (1954-59), president of the Detroit Tigers (1959-60), GM and president of the Cincinnati Reds (1961-68), and chairman of the Chicago White Sox in 1975.