* A Belgian police report admits a series of mistakes in its handling of the soccer riot May 29 in which 38 persons died and several hundred were injured, La Libre Belgique, a leading Belgian newspaper, said.

It quoted Lt. Gen. Robert Bernaert, commander of the state police, as saying in his report that too few police were inside the stadium, that police officers did not realize fast enough what was happening, did not react in time and did not call for reinforcements. He also reportedly said some radio appeals from policemen in the stadium were not heard by their commanders because of the noise. Police Errors in Riot BRUSSELS -- A Belgian police report admits a series of mistakes in its handling of the soccer riot May 29 in which 38 persons died and several hundred were injured, La Libre Belgique, a leading Belgian newspaper, said.

It quoted Lt. Gen. Robert Bernaert, commander of the state police, as saying in his report that too few police were inside the stadium, that police officers did not realize fast enough what was happening, did not react in time and did not call for reinforcements. He also reportedly said some radio appeals from policemen in the stadium were not heard by their commanders because of the noise.