FOOTBALL

New York Jets -- Activated offensive tackles Marvin Powell and Reggie McElroy and rookie wide receiver Al Toon. AUTO RACING Belgian Grand Prix -- Alain Prost averaged more than 134 mph to retain the pole for today's race. FISA -- Jean-Marie Balestre, president of auto racing's governing body, announced that the Oct. 19 South African Grand Prix will go ahead as scheduled despite requests from the French and Finnish governments that it be transferred or canceled. LOCALLY

Eric (Ric) Roberts, an authority on the Negro baseball and football leagues, died Thursday morning at Howard University Hospital at the age of 80 after a long illness. Golf -- The Embassy Dairy/National Football League Players Association Celebrity Golf Classic will be held Tuesday at Tantallon Golf and Country Club, starting with 9 a.m. registration. HORSE RACING

Correction -- Sunday's Charles Town entries were mistakenly printed and identified as Saturday's entries in late editions of Saturday's newspaper. BASEBALL

Detroit Tigers -- Chairman of the Board John E. Fetzer, 84, was hospitalized in fair and stable condition in Kalamazoo, Mich., after suffering a mild heart attack. COLLEGES

Lehigh -- Named Fran McCaffery, an assistant basketball coach the last two seasons, as head coach. HOCKEY

New York Rangers -- Cut free agent defenseman Joe Russo and Ron Pander.