Cleveland Indians --

Signed Manager Pat Corrales to what the American League team calls a "perpetual" contract, or one with no expiration date. The announcement by Indians President Peter Bavasi came two days after the team lost its 100th game of the season. "It provides a clear direction that Pat is here for a long time as part of our management team," Bavasi said. FOOTBALL

New England Patriots -- Waived RB Paul Lewis and DL Jon Norris, who were on the injured-reserve list. COLLEGES

Harvard -- Named Peter P. Roby, assistant basketball coach the past three seasons, as head coach, replacing Frank McLaughlin, who has been named athletic director at Fordham.

Navy -- RB Napoleon McCallum was named ECAC Division I-A co-offensive player of the week; DE Eric Fudge was named to the ECAC Division I-A honor roll.

Virginia -- Jeff Gaffney of Bethesda, a graduate of Whitman High School, was named Atlantic Coast Conference soccer player of the week after scoring two goals in the Cavaliers' 3-1 victory over North Carolina Sunday. Gaffney, a 21-year-old senior, is the school's all-time No. 1 scorer with 58 goals and 131 points.

Virginia Military -- Announced F Lennon Mings, one of its top basketball recruits, has undergone surgery for a fractured left kneecap and is unlikely to play until January. BASKETBALL

Washington Bullets -- Former C Wes Unseld, now a team vice president, will be available at the Bullets' Farragut Square store, 904 17th St. NW, for autographs and basketball talk today from noon until 1 p.m.

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Announced F Lonnie Shelton will be lost for eight to 10 weeks because of a sprain and minor tear of a knee ligament. HOCKEY

Hartford Whalers -- Reassigned 14 players, including LW Paul Fenton and D Marty Howe, to the Binghamton AHL farm team they share with the Washington Capitals, reducing their roster to 23. JURISPRUDENCE Robin Billups, a sophomore running back at Western Kentucky, was in Warren County jail in Bowling Green, Ky., and senior T Mike Scott was arrested and released, both on misdemeanor marijuana-trafficking charges, and they and two other players were dismissed from the team, officials said. HARNESS RACING

Northfield Park -- The Ohio track named Thomas Aldrich general manager. Aldrich formerly was general manager at Rosecroft Raceway in Maryland.