SPEED SKATING—At a World Cup meet in Lake Placid, N.Y., NICK THOMETZ won the 500 meters with a time of 38.01; BONNIE BLAIR swept the women's 500 and 1,000; and KATIE CLASS won the women's 1,500. It was the first World Cup event ever held in the U.S.
TENNIS—At the Australian Open, STEFAN EDBERG defeated Pat Cash 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 5-7, 6-3 to win his second straight men's title; HANA MANDLIKOVA snapped Martina Navratilova's 58-match winning streak with a 7-5, 7-6 victory in the women's final (page 9).
MILEPOSTS—INDICTED: By a Denton County ( Texas) grand jury, Dallas Cowboys kicker RAFAEL SEPTIEN, 33, on charges of aggravated sexual assault on a 10-year-old girl. Septien denied the charges.
NAMED: As head football coach at Wake Forest University, BILL DOOLEY, 52, former coach and athletic director of Virginia Tech. He replaces Al Groh, who resigned.
PLEADED NO CONTEST: To charges of violently resisting arrest and battery on a police officer, New York Mets All-Star pitcher DWIGHT GOODEN, 22, in Tampa. Gooden, who was arrested Dec. 13 along with minor leaguers Vance Lovelace and Garry Sheffield and two others, was given three years' probation and 160 hours of community service.
SIGNED: By the Oakland A's, pitcher VIDA BLUE, 37, to a one-year contract. Blue, who helped the A's to three straight World Series titles in the 1970s, was 10-10 with a 3.27 ERA for San Francisco last season.
SUSPENDED: For one game by the NHL, coaches TERRY SIMPSON, 43, of the New York Islanders, and MIKE KEENAN, 37, of the Philadelphia Flyers, in connection with a bench-clearing incident on Jan. 18. Both teams were fined $5,000, and two players, BRIAN CURRAN and LINDSAY CARSON, were fined $500.
TRADED: By the Pittsburgh Penguins, right wing RON DUGUAY, 29, to the New York Rangers for center CHRIS KONTOS, 23.
UPHELD: By the Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the legality of the NBA's player draft and salary cap. In affirming a District Court decision involving New Jersey Nets guard Leon Wood, the court held that the draft and cap are governed by labor laws rather than antitrust laws.
DIED: GEORGE (Twinkletoes) SELKIRK, 79, who replaced Babe Ruth in the New York Yankees outfield in 1935; after a long illness; in Pompano Beach, Fla. Selkirk, who had a .290 batting average in nine years with New York, later served as general manager of the Washington Senators.