West Virginia -- Will be billed about $17,500 for the installation of temporary lights for the Sept. 21 game against Maryland in College Park. WVU agreed to pay one-fourth the cost, with Maryland agreeing to pay another quarter and Turner Broadcasting System paying the remaining half of the $70,000 bill. ACC -- Named Virginia FB Kevin Morgan and Georgia Tech TB Jerry Mays football rookies of the week. BASEBALL
New York Mets -- C Gary Carter underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair torn cartilage. Baltimore Orioles -- Named Mark Wiley minor league pitching instructor. He replaces Ken Rowe, who was named the Orioles pitching coach June 21. Detroit Tigers -- Waived OF Rusty Kuntz, LHP Mickey Mahler, RHP Bob Stoddard. FOOTBALL
Kansas City Chiefs -- Put T Matt Herkenhoff on injured reserve, signed T Scott Auer. Seattle Seahawks -- Signed FB Andre Hardy, placing FB Dan Doornink on IR. Cleveland Browns -- Signed free-agent DB William (D.D.) Hoggard; placed WR Fred Banks on injured reserve and re-signed DB D.D. Hoggard; waived safety back Greg Best from injured reserve. Denver Broncos -- Placed FS Steve Foley on injured reserve; acquired veteran TE Mike Barber from Los Angeles Rams for an undisclosed 1986 draft choice. Atlanta Falcons -- Activated LB David Frye from noninjured reserve list; waived DL Roy Harris. NFC -- Named Joe Montana of the San Francisco 49ers, who threw for 429 yards and five touchdowns last week, and Jim Collins of the Los Angeles Rams, who had 13 tackles, three assists and one sack, as players of the week. BASKETBALL
Los Angeles Lakers -- Traded former UDC F Earl Jones to the San Antonio Spurs in exchange for future considerations. Indiana Pacers -- Reached contract agreement with first-round draftee F Wayman Tisdale, who will report by Friday. Portland Trail Blazers -- Sent a 1987 second-round draft choice to Chicago in exchange for the Bulls' waiving of their right of refusal to free-agent center Caldwell Jones, who signed an offer sheet with Portland a week ago. HOCKEY
New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers -- NHL fined the teams $24,800, bringing the total fines for for their Oct. 1 exhibition-game brawl to $28,000. The teams were fined $3,200 in automatic penalties following the fights at Madison Square Garden -- $2,000 to the Rangers for game misconducts and having the first player off the bench and $1,200 to the Flyers in game misconducts. The fines levied yesterday include $8,000 each to the clubs and $2,000 each to Flyers Coach Mike Keenan and Rangers Coach Ted Sator for failing to restrain their teams. Boston Bruins -- Signed their top draft choice, D Alain Cote.