The art career of George Nock, former Jet and Redskin ball-carrier, is rolling. A display of 100 of his paintings, largely oriented to wildlife and sports, goes on view 5-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Touchdown Club, 2000 L St. NW; $2 admission to view (purchase if desired) Nock's work, nibble cheese, sip wine, all proceeds benefit the Leukemia Society of America... Meanwhile, Wednesday at Hampshire Motor Inn, Langley Park, 6:30 p.m. until ????, D.C. high school and boys club athletes of the 1940s gather for a reunion plus tribute to their coaches of that era.

Rocky Bleier, the NFL's Vietnam hero, cut as fine a figure addressing the Monday Morning QB Club here yesterday as he did racking up 66 yards in 13 rushes for Pittsburgh against the rugged Oilers in the Astrodome on Sunday. Bleier informed his old mate in the Notre Dame backfield, Coley O'Brien out of St. John's High, and the folks that the movie projected from the Bleier biography, "Fighting Back," now is pegged for possible spring 1979 shooting and early 1980 release....

Redskin Pete Wysocki preceded self-styled "broken-down 32-year-old running back" Bleier to the podium and, noting with envy that these Mondays they ask the Steelers, "Who'd you beat yesterday?" and the Redskins, "Who'd you play?", observed sardonically: "Some of our new guys are just glad to be there (on the squad) -- like, 'Boy, I can finally pay off my student loan.'" Wysocki, who missed a long-awaited start at linebacker when Chris Hanburger came up healthy Sunday, added, "You people that are booing in the stands, you're no more frustrated than we are -- although I think you're a little more rude." Come on, team, get rude!