BASEBALL

Correction -- The two league presidents and the umpires' union selected former president Richard Nixon to arbitrate the recent umpires contract dispute. An article in Tuesday's sports section said Commissioner Peter Ueberroth selected Nixon. BASKETBALL

Kansas City (CBA) -- Signed F Bud Stallworth, F Mark Pettaway and F Duane Thornton. BOXING

Welterweight championship -- Milton McCrory (World Boxing Council) and Donald Curry (World Boxing Association) will meet Dec. 6 in Las Vegas in a fight to unify the 147-pound class. COLLEGES

University of Virginia -- OT Jim Dombrowski has obtained a $500,000 insurance policy against injury. The policy covers Dombrowski, a 295-pound senior, through next August for any disability that would prevent him from playing professional football. Dombrowski's parents paid $3,700 for the coverage. FOOTBALL

AFC -- Named CB Eugene Daniel and WR Wayne Capers of the Indianapolis Colts players of the week, the first time two players from the same team have been so honored. Cleveland Browns -- Waived DE Elvis Franks and DE Randy Hicks off injured reserve. Green Bay Packers -- Placed DB Daryll Jones (neck injury) on injured reserve; re-signed DB Ken Stills. NFL -- Ron Jaworski of the Philadelphia Eagles, who passed for eight touchdowns in October, was named player of the month by the Professional Football Writers Association. HOCKEY Pittsburgh Penguins -- Sent D Phil Bourque to Baltimore of the American Hockey League and recalled D Joe McDonnell from Baltimore. JURISPRUDENCE

Robert (Rav) McCue, 38, was sentenced to a 10-year prison term and three years probation for his Sept. 27 conviction on seven of 13 cocaine distribution charges involving former Pittsburgh Pirates players Dale Berra and John Milner. McCue, under terms of the sentence, will be eligible for parole at the discretion of the federal parole board and likely will serve only a fraction of his sentence.