Cleveland Indians -- Placed RHP Dickie Noles on 21-day disabled list; recalled RHP Rich Yett from AAA Maine.Kansas City Royals -- Signed SS Onix Concepcion, who they had waived before the season, to contract with AAA Omaha. Milwaukee Brewers -- Activated 1B Cecil Cooper (elbow surgery) from DL; optioned LHP Ray Searage to AAA Vancouver. Oakland A's -- Sent LHP Tim Birtsas to AAA Tacoma; recalled RHP Bill Mooneyham. St. Louis Cardinals -- Activated LHP Tim Conroy; sent RHP Joe Boever to AAA Louisville. COLLEGES

ACC men's tennis tournament -- Top-seeded Clemson defeated Georgia Tech, 7-2, and No. 2 Maryland beat Duke, 5-4, to advance to the final in Raleigh, N.C.George Mason -- Beat East Stroudsburg, 15-10, 15-7, 15-9 in semifinals of NCAA Eastern Regional men's volleyball tournament at George Mason. Mason plays Penn State at 8 tonight in final. Virginia -- Signed to soccer scholarships: Mark and Matt Wayland of Lake Braddock High in Springfield; David Damiani of Ireton in Alexandria; Andrew Kress of Stuart in Falls Church. San Diego State -- C Chana Perry, women's basketball, to transfer from Northeast Louisiana where NCAA ruled her ineligible to play final two seasons. FOOTBALL

Los Angeles Rams -- Traded WR Terry Greer to Cleveland Browns for fourth-round draft choice. New England Patriots -- Announced all-star OG John Hannah will have arthroscopic surgery on left knee before season and might retire if procedure doesn't work. GOLF World Cup -- Called off for lack of common interest among the sponsors; the tournament was to have been played Nov. 20-23; site had not been selected. HOCKEY

World Ice Hockey Championships -- Czechoslovakia defeated the United States, 5-2; the Soviet Union shut out Canada, 4-0, in Moscow. Also, Sweden beat West Germany, 4-2; Finland defeated Poland, 4-2. JURISPRUDENCE

San Antonio -- Federal bankruptcy Judge Joe Elliott declared San Antonio Gunslingers U.S. Football League franchise in involuntary bankruptcy but refused to allow public auction of franchise. BOXING

Atlantic City, N.J. -- Former World Boxing Council welterweight champion Milton McCrory, fighting for the first time since losing a world welterweight unification title bout to Donald Curry, scored a 10-round unanimous decision over Keith Adams in a junior middleweight bout. OBITUARY

Charles Goldenberg, 76, after stroke in January; five-time all-pro guard played with the Green Bay Packers in 1933-45.