An old Super Bowl story rewritten into the Kentucky Derby: counterfeit tickets to the grandstand. Seems more than 3,000 of same, for a fictitious Section 32, may be in circulation - some already sold by a Detroit-area agency for $60 to $90 apiece. The phonies look nothing like real Churchill Downs tickets, authorities say . . .
Dead of a heart attack at 30 in Los Angeles: Mike Mikolayunas, a Baltimorean who joined the UCLA football staff Feb. 22 after five seasons at the U.S. Military Academy. Mikolayunas led the nation in pass receiving his senior year at Davidson, 1970; leaves a wife and children age 6, 3 and six months . . . Heart fatality at 59: Alvin Roy, who'd just ended a one-year retirement to become strength and conditioning coach of the Oakland Raiders; he'd done similar work for several other NFL teams, was a U.S. Olympic weight-lifting coach . . .
Three Nebraska football players have been ordered to appear in court May 1 for alleged cruelty to animals involving a bonfire on the Lincoln campus. Husker Coach Tom Osborne, investigating, said there will be no "cover-up or whitewash" if his guys were in on the festivities: roasting four turkeys, live . . .
What's this with Kansas City Chiefs holding a tryout camp right under the Redskins' noses, at 11 this morning at Churchill High in Potomac? Easy, tiger, it's closed camp for 60 invitees (CFL, WFL vets; NFL cuts, minor league standouts) the AFC team has been scrutinizing for some time, now ill videotape under supervision of old Marylander Ron Waller, Chief director of player personnel. Do Bobby Beathard & Co. reciprocate with similar out by the K.C. stockyards?