WHO AND WHAT WERE UP OR DOWN LAST WEEK
Ohio baseball fans. With Reds and Tribe bound for Buckeye Series, state postpones $30 million of traffic-snarling work on 1-71.
U.S. Rowing. Not so gently down the stream: At worlds, Tanks win five golds, including women's eight's first m�daille d'oar since '84.
Lou Saban. After quitting Alfred (N.Y.) State, Energizer-Bunny-with-a-headset, 73, lands 26th job, with Canton (N.Y.) Tech.
Nadia Comaneci. Report of death, in Romanian daily, is greatly exaggerated; Belle of Bucharest avers, "I am alive, and more than that, I want to many my fianc�, Bart Conner:" More than that?
Bobby Buttafuoco. Joey's big brother uses L.I. auto-body shop elbow grease to place fifth in division at Arm Wrestling worlds.
Charlie Ward. With wedding woman actually named Tonja Harding, could Knick guard's knee problems be just beginning?
Greg Norman. Wins World Series of Golf to become alltime leading money winner but ungallantly calls Mark McCumber a cheater.
Tennis Oldies. Yevgeny Kafelnikov, 21, whups "ancient" Alexande Volkov; in year's 61 ATT events, Edberg, at 28, is oldest champ.
NFL. Is four-game preseason too long? From Bengals ( Ki-Jana Carter) to Jets ( Marvin Jones), everyone's losing starters to injury,