FOOTBALL

Dallas Cowboys -- Ed A. Smith Jr., part owner, listed in good condition at Georgetown University Hospital after chest pains, but no heart attack, on chartered plane returning the team from Sunday's loss in Philadelphia. It made an unscheduled landing at National Airport here for the emergency. New York Jets -- Reported AFC rushing leader Freeman McNeil, out last game with back spasms, set to face Seattle this week. Buffalo Bills -- Signed RB/KR Anthony Steels, cut by San Diego; waived RB Mike Pruitt, AFC's leading active rusher (6,564 yards, mostly with Cleveland). Montreal Concordes (CFL) -- Joe Galat quit as coach, stays as general manager; staffer Gary Durchik moves up to head coach. HORSE RACING

Wild Again, 5, upset winner of the $3 million Breeders' Cup Classic last year and expected to race in the Nov. 2 renewal at Aqueduct, instead is being retired to stud at Shadowland Farm, Versailles, Ky. An old injury (what sort is undisclosed) recurred as Wild Again came in second to Bounding Basque in the $500,000 Meadowlands Cup Saturday night. HOCKEY

NHL -- Soviet clubs Central Red Army and Mosco Dynamo will play a 10-game tour this winter, the league announced. Red Army: Dec. 26 at Los Angeles, Dec. 27 at Edmonton, Dec. 29 at Quebec, Dec. 31 at Montreal, Jan. 2 at St. Louis, Jan. 4 at Minnesota. Dynamo: Dec. 29 at Calgary, Jan. 4 at Pittsburgh, Jan. 6 at Boston, Jan. 8 at Buffalo. BASKETBALL

Utah Jazz -- Cut G Delaney Rudd, fourth-round draft choice from Wake Forest. BASEBALL

Carolina League -- An owners meeting to discuss proposed move of the Salem, Va., team to Charleston, W.Va., is set Nov. 3. TENNIS

Men's International Pro Council -- Named William L. Babcock, 35, of Minneapolis as assistant administrator. GOLF

Middle Atlantic PGA -- Two-man match play championship at Chantilly rained out, three-day event reset Oct. 30-Nov. 1. LUNCHEON

Quarterback Club -- Charles Mann, Keith Griffin and Ken Jenkins of the Redskins will be guests at the club's weekly luncheon today at the Touchdown Club at noon. Tickets, at $20 each, are available at the club. COLLEGES

Ohio State -- Former football coach Woody Hayes was discharged from OSU Hospitals after cardiac treatment.