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September 20, 1995

Baseball

Minnesota Twins: Acquired OF Kim- era Bartee from the Orioles to complete a trade that sent P Scott Erickson to the Orioles for Scott Klingenbeck (Bartee is the player to be named).

Basketball

Los Angeles Clippers: Traded C Elmore Spencer to the Denver Nuggets for C Brian Williams; renounced the rights to free agents Harold Ellis and Michael Smith.

College

Alabama State: Announced that men's head basketball coach James Oliver and assistant coaches Johnny Mitchell and Clayton Harris have been relieved of their duties.

Mesa (Ariz.) CC: Announced the resignation of men's head basketball coach Robert Standifer.

Football

New York Jets: Waived LB Glenn Cadrez and DT Alfred Oglesby; signed LB Chad Cascadden off the practice squad.

Pittsburgh Steelers: Agreed to terms with S Darren Perry on a four-year contract.

Washington Redskins: Activated G Ron Lewis from the practice squad; released CB Sebastian Savage.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL): Signed WR-SB Kenny Shedd and DE David Wilkins.

Hockey

Hartford Whalers: Released G Hugo Hamelin, D Kevin Spero, F Andy Weidenbach, F Konstantin Korotkov and F Aaron Brand.

New York Islanders: Assigned G Mark McArthur to IHL Utah; returned D Jason Holland and D Brad Lukowich to their junior teams.

New York Rangers: Assigned D Dale Purinton, D Adam Smith and F Jamie Butt to Kelowna of the WHL; F Eric Boulton to Sarnia of the OHL;F Bob Maudie to Kamloops of the WHL; and F Marc Savard to Oshawa of the OHL.

St. Louis Blues: Reassigned D Corey Machanic.

Vancouver Canucks: Released Michel St. Jacques, assigned John Badduke, Brent Tully, Hughes Gervais, Eric Johnson, Bri an Loney, Rob Trumbley, Chris McAllister, Ian McIntyre, Sonny Mignacca and Tyson Nash to AHL Syracuse.

Washington Capitals: Released G Sean Gauthier.

Soccer

Major League Soccer: Named Billy Hicks general manager of the Dallas team.

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