Baseball Chicago Cubs -- Said P Mike Harkey (0-2, 5.30...


May 03, 1991

Baseball Chicago Cubs -- Said P Mike Harkey (0-2, 5.30 ERA), who had arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder yesterday, won't be able to throw again until at least August.

San Diego Padres -- Placed P Pat Clements on 15-day DL. Recalled P Steve Rosenberg from Class AAA Las Vegas.


New York Knicks -- Announced resignation of coach John MacLeod to accept same position at Notre Dame.


Atlantic 10 Conference -- Named Mickey Crowley supervisor of men's basketball officials.

Loyola, Md. -- Signed 5-foot-9 F Camille Joyner of Largo and 5-7 point guard Colleen Colsher of Springfield, Pa., to letters of intent to play women's basketball.

Missouri -- Football coach Bob Stull placed FB Tony VanZant, LB Tony Cooper and TB Mark Jackson on probation after they were involved in a weekend tavern brawl. Suspended junior LB Lance Noel, who was released on bond Saturday after being arrested on charges of DWI and careless and imprudent driving, until he completes alcohol-intervention program.

UC Irvine -- Named Greg Vetrone assistant men's basketball coach.

Virginia Tech -- Named Chris Ferguson assistant basketball coach.


Green Bay Packers -- Signed QB Billy Ray, WR Rob Neta, WR Tracy Martin, LB Reggie Stewart, S Mark McCutcheon, PK Brad Daluiso, FB Art Greathouse. Released QB Mike Norseth.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed C Jarrod Johnson. Waived WR

Ryan Bethea.


Minnesota North Stars -- Owner Norman Green put his 18 percent share of Calgary Flames on market for $13.5 million after being unable to peddle his interest to Flames' 5 co-owners.

Philadelphia Flyers -- Signed C Pelle Eklund (team-leading 50 assists).

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Announced it will move AHL franchise from Newmarket to St. John's, Newfoundland.

Washington Capitals -- Changed starting time for Friday home games from 8:05 p.m. to 7:35 p.m. Announced that season will begin Oct. 4 at home against Philadelphia Flyers.

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