World Boxing Council -- Sugar Ray Leonard must pass a strict physical before being allowed in the ring with middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler, WBC President Jose Sulaiman said in Panama, adding that two other conditions must be met: public support for the fight and approval by the WBC executive committee. BASEBALL

Texas Rangers -- Owner Eddie Chiles signed Manager Bobby Valentine, General Manager Tom Grieve and President Mike Stone to contract extensions through 1989 season. AUTO RACING

Dover Downs -- Brett Bodine won the pole for today's Budweiser 200 of the Busch Grand National Series, going 137.546 mph to consign Darrell Waltrip to No. 2 spot. Waltrip is one of the favorites for Sunday's Budweiser 500 at Dover. TENNIS

Wimbledon -- John McEnroe's name was received on an entry list for the June 23-July 6 renewal, but this does not mean a commitment to end his hiatus and play, his father and the Association of Tennis Professionals agreed. GOLF

MAPGA Pro-Am -- Fred Funk and Paul Mosca each had four birdies and each bogeyed the final hole as they tied for first at Crofton with two-under-par 70. OBITUARY

Johnny Gottselig, 80, a Chicago Blackhawks left wing 1928-45 and coach of that NHL club 1945-48, slumped over his desk and died at Chicago-Elmhurst Stone Co., where he had worked 24 years as a sales representative. FOOTBALL

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed OT Bubba Paris, K Ray Wersching to three-year renewals. COLLEGES

Navy -- Napoleon McCallum, David Robinson and fencer Sybil Dawn Smith will be honored as the academy's athletes of the year at Halsey Field House Tuesday, 2:30 p.m.

Wisconsin -- Released women's basketball coach Edwina Qualls, whose 1985-86 Badgers were 4-24; she requested and was granted a review of the action.