FOOTBALL

St. Louis Cardinals -- RB Willard Harrell retired after 10 years in the NFL. OBITUARY

Dick Drott, 49, a 15-game winner as a Cubs rookie in 1958, died Friday in Chicago; stomach cancer. He pitched five years for Cubs, two for Houston Astros, for a 27-46 record with 4.78 ERA. BASEBALL

Detroit Tigers -- Signed first-round June draftee Randy Nosek, Chillicothe, Tex., pitcher who had signed a collegiate letter-of-intent with Texas A&M. Milwaukee Brewers -- Put IF Paul Molitor (sprained ankle) on 15-day DL, as of Aug. 13. SKIING

World Cup -- Karl Alpiger of Switzerland took his second victory in two days, downhill at Las Lenas in Argentine Andes. Swiss Peter Mueller took second, West Germany's Marcus Wasmaier third. SOCCER

World Cup Qualifying -- Canada and Costa Rica drew, 1-1, in Toronto. The third game in the three-country round robin is scheduled Aug. 25, Canada at Honduras. Costa Rica and Honduras tied, 2-2, Aug. 11. Series winner makes the 1986 World Cup tournament in Mexico. AUTOS

NASCAR -- Richard Petty announced he will part company with team owner Mike Curb after 1985 season and reopen the family racing operation. COLLEGES

Georgia -- QB Todd Williams sprained right knee, will miss opener against Alabama Sept. 2.