BASEBALL Seattle Mariners -- Activated RHP Scott Bankhead from 15-day disabled list; released C Bob Kearney. National League -- Named Philadelphia Phillies OF Von Hayes, who hit .593, including two home runs, player of week.
FOOTBALL Detroit Lions -- Signed NT Jerry Ball. Dallas Cowboys -- Agreed to terms with LB Kelvin Martin and WR Scott Armstrong. Houston Oilers -- QB Oliver Luck retired.
COLLEGES Notre Dame -- Named Ric Schafer hockey coach. Illinois State -- Named Ron Wellman director of athletics.
PAN AMERICAN GAMES Basketball -- Byron Larkin, Xavier University's all-time leading scorer after just three seasons, has been selected as first alternate guard for U.S. team.
OBITUARY Van Davis, 65, a University of Georgia football star in 1942, died of a heart attack in Carrollton, Ga.
LOCALLY AAU Junior Men's Basketball -- Named Byron Hawkins of Coolidge High School, who played for D.C. area team of Executive III, to all-tournament team.
JURISPRUDENCE Charges against Colts quarterback Jack Trudeau, 24, stemming from a midwinter street fight will be dropped as part of a plea agreement approved in Indianapolis.
MEDIA Dick Vitale, college basketball analyst for ESPN and ABC-TV, suffered a broken nose and foot in an auto accident Friday night in Bradenton, Fla. He remained hospitalized in good condition. A 17-year-old boy hit the car, driven by Vitale's wife Lorraine, head on. She was treated and released.