By Atlantic County, N.J., prosecutors, former Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle KEVIN ALLEN, 23, and his roommate, Scott Cartwright, 25, with two counts of aggravated assault against Joseph Milone, 25, of Philadelphia and two counts of aggravated sexual assault against Milone's companion, a 31-year-old Massachusetts woman. Allen and Cartwright pleaded innocent to the charges in Atlantic County Superior Court. According to county prosecutor Jeffrey Blitz, Milone and the woman were allegedly attacked by the two men on a deserted beach in Margate, N.J., on Labor Day. Allen, Philadelphia's first pick in the 1985 NFL draft, was waived by the Eagles on Sept. 30.
NAMED: CAL RIPKEN SR., 49, as manager of the Baltimore Orioles, replacing Earl Weaver, who on Sept. 8 announced he would retire at season's end. Ripken Sr., whose son, Cal, is the team's shortstop, has been in the Baltimore organization for 30 years, the last 9� as the O's third base coach.
Tom Trebelhorn, 38, as manager of the Milwaukee Brewers, replacing George Bamberger, who retired Sept. 25. Trebelhorn, who had been a Milwaukee coach for two seasons, was named interim manager at the time of Bamberger's retirement.
Tom Penders, 41, as basketball coach at Rhode Island, replacing Brendan Malone, who resigned Sept. 1 to become an assistant coach with the New York Knicks.
TRADED: By the New York Knicks, guard DARRELL WALKER, 25, to the Denver Nuggets, for Denver's first-round pick in the 1987 NBA draft.
By the Chicago Bulls, forward ORLANDO WOOLRIDGE, 26, to the New Jersey Nets, for the Nets' first-round draft choice in 1987 and for second-round picks in 1988 and 1990. Woolridge averaged 20.7 points per game for Chicago last season.
By the Indiana Pacers, guard TERENCE STANSBURY, 25, and forward RUSS SCHOENE, 26, to the Seattle SuperSonics, for guard JOHN LONG, 30. Two days earlier Long, who had averaged 15.9 points per game in eight seasons with Detroit, had been traded to the Sonics from the Pistons for second-round picks in the 1987 and 1991 drafts.
By the SuperSonics, center TIM McCORMICK, 24, and forward DANNY VRANES, 27, to the Philadelphia 76ers, for center CLEMON JOHNSON, 30, and the Sixers' first-round pick in the 1989 draft.
DIED: F. WAYNE VALLEY, 72, one of the original owners of the Oakland (now Los Angeles) Raiders and the president of the American Football League in 1962; of cancer; in Piedmont, Calif. One of eight businessmen who founded the Raiders in 1959, Valley won control of the team by the flip of a coin during the 1960 season. He was the chief operating officer until 1976, when he sold his interest in the team after a bitter court battle with current owner Al Davis. Ironically, Valley had hired Davis as the Raiders' coach and general manager in 1963 and had made him a part owner after the AFL-NFL merger in 1966. He once called his decision to hire Davis "the only mistake I've made in character judgment in a human being in my life."
Vince DiMaggio, 74, the oldest of the three baseball-playing DiMaggio brothers; of cancer of the colon; in North Hollywood, Calif. In 10 seasons as an outfielder with the Braves, Reds, Pirates, Phillies and Giants, DiMaggio had a .249 batting average, with 125 home runs and 584 runs batted in. He holds the National League record for most seasons leading the league in strikeouts—six.