1992 Summer Games -- New Delhi withdrew its candidacy, reducing the field to six cities. Delegations from Amsterdam, Birmingham (England), Brisbane (Australia) and Paris presented their official bids to the IOC in Lausanne, Switzerland, yesterday. Barcelona, favored to win the 1992 Games when IOC members vote Oct. 17, and Belgrade place their bids today, two days before deadline. FOOTBALL
Los Angeles Raiders -- A man who said Lyle Alzado jumped into his car and beat him up sued the veteran defensive end and the NFL team, claiming the Raiders gave Alzado drugs that made him violent. Michael Cagliostro said Alzado, 36, assaulted him in his auto on Venice Boulevard last February and threatened to kill him. Cagliostro said Alzado broke his nose, cut his face and left him with neck and back injuries. Cagliostro is seeking at least $500,000 in punitive damages. New England Patriots -- OT Brian Holloway will undergo surgery within two weeks on the little finger of his right hand; he broke it in the 1985 season opener against Green Bay and played much of the season with a cast. WR Irving Fryar will not need surgery on his right little finger, cut before the AFC Championship game, the club said. Chicago Bears -- Hired John Levra, a New Orleans Saints staffer 1981-85, to coach defensive line. BASEBALL
San Diego Padres -- Authorities said LaMarr Hoyt was stopped by U.S. Customs agents and relieved of "three grams of marijuana, 79 Valium tablets and 46 Quaaludes" at the Mexican border two weeks before the pitcher checked himself into a substance abuse rehabilitation center. Hoyt was detained briefly at the San Ysidro checkpoint south of San Diego Feb. 10, "was cited for failure to declare small personal use quantities of drugs, forfeited those on the spot and paid a $620 penalty." Atlanta Braves -- Signed free-agent OF Omar Moreno, 11-year major-leaguer; placed on the Class AAA Richmond roster, he will get a shot at making the parent club. OF Claudell Washington reported after completing drug rehabilitation responsibilities in California. BASKETBALL
Milwaukee Bucks -- Activated C Paul Mokeski (missed 20 games, knee injury); put ex-UDC C Earl Jones on injured list (foot). AUTO RACING NASCAR Goodwrench 500 -- Joe Ruttman, driving a Buick LeSabre, led second-day qualifying, turning a 144.329-mph lap on North Carolina Motor Speedway's 1.017-mile oval in Rockingham. The top 20 spots in Sunday's 40-car lineup were determined Thursday, Terry Labonte winning the pole with a track-record lap of 146.348 mph. COLLEGES
American -- Freshman F Kelly Lane was named Colonial Athletic Association women's basketball rookie of the year. She and junior teammate Jody Thornton were named first team all-CAA. SKIING
Men's World Cup -- Pirmin Zurbriggen of Switzerland won a super-giant slalom at Hemsedal, Norway by .18 of a second over Markus Wasmaier of West Germany and moved into second place in the season's overall Cup standings. Zurbriggen skied the 2,160-meter Sahuagl track in 1 minute 37.44 seconds; Wasmaier was clocked in 1:37.62.