HOCKEY Washington Capitals -- Sent LW Lou Franceschetti to Binghamton. He is expected to return to the Capitals next Saturday. St. Louis Blues -- Acquired LW Scott Harlow from Montreal for future considerations.

FOOTBALL Houston Oilers -- Tests showed QB Warren Moon does not have a torn rotator cuff. Cincinnati Bengals -- T Anthony Munoz had arthroscopic surgery on his left shoulder.

COLLEGES Virginia -- DB David Cardenas will receive the James M. Tatum Award given to the football player with the highest GPA in the ACC. Cardenas, a finance major, has a cumulative GPA of 3.8.

WINTER SPORTS World Cup Biathlon -- Frank Peter Roetsch of East Germany won a 10-kilometer race in Anterselva, Italy. World Cup Skiing -- The final men's downhill before the Calgary Olympics has been switched from Chamonix, France, to Schladming, Austria for Jan. 29. World Cup Bobsled -- Volker Dietrich, Heiko Querner, Rene Hannemann and Atel Kuhn of East Germany edged a British team by .07 seconds to win the four-man event in Cervinia, Italy.

AWARDS Black Athlete of the Year -- Four finalists of the Gordon's Gin 1987 award winner are boxers Sugar Ray Leonard and Thomas Hearns; world-class sprinter Ben Johnson, and Chicago Bulls basketball star Michael Jordan.

AUTO RACING Monte Carlo Rally -- Bruno Saby and Jean Francois Fauchille drove a Lancia Delta to win the 2,000-kilometer race in 7 hours 19 minutes 11 seconds.

OBITUARY Konstantin Andrianov, oldest member of the International Olympic Committee and chairman of the Soviet committee for nearly a quarter century, has died, Tass reported. He was 77.