TENNIS

Buenos Aires -- Jose-Luis Clerc, 27, retired from professional competition. Clerc won 25 international tournaments in 10 years, three titles as recently as 1983. No. 5 in the world in 1981, he had slipped to 27th. BASEBALL

Milwaukee Brewers -- LHP Bob McClure won acquittal of an assault charge. A Cleveland municipal judge agreed after a two-day trial he acted in self-defense in breaking the nose of patron Robert C. Murphy at a bar near Cleveland Municipal Stadium after a rainout Aug. 24.

New York Mets -- Signed P Bob Ojeda for two years ($500,000 and $600,000) with option for a third (possibly $725,000), averting arbitration.

Montreal Expos -- RHP Bryn Smith won salary arbitration, receives $700,000 for 1986.

Boston Red Sox -- Signed LHP Bruce Hurst. FOOTBALL

Miami Dolphins -- Coach Don Shula promoted son David Shula to chief assistant head coach.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Hired Dale Haupt from Chicago Bears' staff to coach defensive line.

St. Louis Cardinals -- Named as offensive coordinator Jim Shofner, Dallas Cowboys QB coach since 1983. COLLEGES

Nebraska -- RB Terry Rodgers, touted as California's top high school football prospect, is expected to announce today he will enroll at the school where his father, Johnny Rodgers, won the 1972 Heisman Trophy. HIGH SCHOOLS

Largo -- Will receive a $1,000 "Scholarship of Excellence" award at a special assembly today for first place in the MCI Longest Distance TD competition. Tony Harris won with a 98-yard run in an October win over Friendly.