Robert Parish of the Boston Celtics has been fined $5,000 for missing court appearances in a child support case. Alameda (Calif.) County Superior Court Judge Alice Sullivan ordered Parish to spend five days in jail or pay a fine on the first contempt charge. Hugh Green, Miami Dolphins linebacker, has been accepted into a pretrial intervention program. If he successfully completes 18 months of probation, the charge of carrying a concealed weapon will be dismissed. Green was arrested June 14 at Tampa International Airport after trying to board a flight to Miami with a revolver in his briefcase.


Steve Howe, who had been barred from playing professionally in the United States because of drug use, has been given permission to sign a minor league contract, which could lead to a major league job. The National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues, which oversees all minor league teams, said the former Dodgers rookie of the year will be allowed to pitch in the minors if he continues drug-use treatment and agrees to random drug tests. New York Yankees -- Placed OF Ron Kittle, who has inflamed neck muscle, on 15-day DL and called up OF Henry Cotto from AAA Columbus.

BASKETBALL Philadelphia 76ers -- Said G Andrew Toney had surgery on his right ankle in what was called a "cleansing process" and should be fully recovered by the start of training camp Oct. 6. AAU Junior Tournament -- Terry Kirby scored 43 points and Alonzo Mourning blocked a tournament-record 27 shots as Virginia defeated New York City, 126-96, in the national men's event.

FOOTBALL Canadian Football League -- Fined Calgary WR Larry Willis $2,500 for pushing an official during a June 27 game in Edmonton.

OBITUARY Paul T. Mundy, 77, a distance runner who represented the United States in the 1932 Olympics in Los Angeles, died Sunday in Philadelphia.