How much fame can Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf stand? He's about to show up on a trading card, just like sports figures and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Topps Co., known for its collectible baseball cards, has announced that full-color cards of the key figures and major weapons of Operation Desert Storm will go on sale this week. The company is quick to point out, however, that there will be no Saddam Hussein card, nor will there be any of other high-ranking Iraqi officials. The Scud missile will, of course, be included, probably so someone with an American Patriot card can knock it down. There will be 88 cards in all, but does that mean collectors will forgo Roger Clemens and Jose Canseco for Schwarzkopf and Gen. Colin Powell? Out and About

"Cosby Show" star Sabrina Le Beauf, who performed in "As You Like It" at the Shakespeare Theatre at the Folger in the spring of 1989, will be back this year to play Cordelia in its production of "King Lear," which begins in April and runs through July. Michael Kahn, artistic director of the Folger, made the announcement yesterday afternoon at a colorful Renaissance festival -- complete with juggling and sword fighting -- at the Carter Barron Amphitheatre, where the Folger will perform two weeks of free theater this summer, including a revival of last season's popular comedy "The Merry Wives of Windsor," directed by Kahn and starring Helen Hayes Award-winning actress Pat Carroll as Falstaff ...

Apparently a date with the mysterious and melancholy "Phantom of the Opera" is worth $22,500 to a Los Angeles woman. That was the high bid at a bachelor auction for British actor Michael Crawford, the Tony Award-winning star of the smash musical in New York and London. The winning bidder at the Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles auction, Randa Guy, said she had saved for a year to bid for a date with Crawford after seeing him at last year's auction. Maybe it was worth the money -- a ticket to the usually sold-out "Phantom" went with the date ...

Actress Tyne Daly, who starred in the hit television series "Cagney and Lacey," is scheduled to be arraigned in Los Angeles today on charges of drunken driving. The 43-year-old Daly, who in April is to resume her role in the Broadway revival of the musical "Gypsy," which played at the Kennedy Center in 1989, was arrested Jan. 14. According to police, her blood alcohol content was 0.15 percent, nearly double the California legal limit ...

Ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev says not to pay attention to the fact that his current tour is billed "Nureyev & Friends: The Farewell Tour." The 53-year-old Soviet defector explains: "This is not a farewell tour. It was not my idea to call it that. There are so many requests for engagements to dance still coming in that I see no point in stopping" ...

It may be a good place for Sugar Ray Leonard to sit in the sun and contemplate his retirement after losing to Terry Norris at Madison Square Garden on Saturday: According to the Los Angeles Times, Leonard is buying a $1.1 million apartment in Santa Monica, Calif. He apparently will keep his house in Potomac as his primary residence and use the three-bedroom condo, with 2,900 square feet of living space and the all-important 2,000-square-foot deck, as his West Coast base of operations ...