Aaron Krickstein beat Carl-Uwe Steeb 6-2, 6-2 in an indoor tournament to win $100,000 in Tokyo.
MILEPOSTS—DECLARED INELIGIBLE: University of Florida quarterbacks KYLE MORRIS, SHANE MATTHEWS and G.A. MANGUS, and wide receiver BRADY ACKERMAN. Morris and Matthews were suspended after admitting to gambling on pro and college football games between late August and Oct. 7. Mangus and Ackerman were suspended for unspecified violations (page 40).
NAMED: As executive director of the U.S. Olympic Committee ( USOC), HARVEY W. SCHILLER, 49, who recently resigned as commissioner of the Southeastern Conference. Schiller, who held the USOC position for 20 days in January 1988 before stepping down for personal and health reasons, replaces Baaron Pittenger, whose term was cut short by more than a year.
SENTENCED: By a U.S. District Court, Detroit Red Wing BOB PROBERT, 24, to three months in prison for smuggling 14 grams of cocaine into the U.S. from his native Canada. Probert, who was also fined $2,000, pleaded guilty on July 18.
SUSPENDED: For at least a game by the NFL, instant-replay official GAYLORD BRYAN, whose failure to quickly review a tape of a fumble during an Oct. 8 game between the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints resulted in the Niners' getting an unwarranted touchdown.
TRADED: By the Dallas Cowboys, running back DARRIN NELSON, 30, and a 1990 draft choice to the San Diego Chargers for a draft pick in '90 and another in '91; also by the Cowboys, quarterback STEVE PELLUER, 27, to the Kansas City Chiefs for a draft selection in '90 and another in '91; by the Chargers, linebacker CHIP BANKS, 30, to the Indianapolis Colts for a draft pick in '90 or '91.