FOOTBALL

Indianapolis Colts -- Placed WR Matt Bouza on injured reserve (knee); reactivated WR Oliver Williams (back). Los Angeles Rams -- Reactivated G Dennis Harrah (thigh); waived RB Lynn Cain. Denver Broncos -- Signed free agent T Willard Scissum to series of one-year contracts beginning in 1986. HOCKEY

Detroit Red Wings -- Sent G Corrado Micalef to IHL Kalamazoo. BASEBALL

Baltimore Orioles -- Purchased SS Ricky Jones (.280, 22 HR in AA) from AAA Rochester. Sold 3B Fritz Connally (.232 in Baltimore, .214 in AAA) and RHP Joe Kucharski (6-13, 4.36 ERA in AAA) to Rochester. Chicago Cubs -- RHP Scott Sanderson declared for free agency. General Manager Dallas Green said he would not try to re-sign any players who declare for free agency. Cleveland Indians -- Said RHP Ernie Camacho had cartilage removed from right elbow.Pittsburgh Pirates -- Renewed working agreement with AAA Pacific Coast League Hawaii Islanders. Said RHP Mike Bielecki of Baltimore is scheduled for disk surgery Monday. Atlanta Braves -- Named Bobby Dews, a coach last season, minor league administrator. AUTO RACING

Atlanta Journal 500 -- Harry Gant outran Geoff Bodine and Bill Elliott to win the pole, driving a Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS at 167.940 mph in his fastest lap. Formula 1 -- Driver Teo Fabi, 30, re-signed with the Benetton-Toleman team, which is switching to BMW engines. LOCALLY

George Washington University will host a baseball card show at the Smith Center today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. JURISPRUDENCE

Bernard Toone, 29, a member of Marquette's 1977 NCAA championship team and former Philadelphia 76er, was charged with third-degree grand larceny for allegedly stealing a car radio in White Plains, N.Y. COLLEGES

Marshall -- Announced indefinite suspension of LB John Ceglie and C Sam Manos, who were charged with battery after a reported scuffle in a bar.