Nancy Reagan will throw out the first ball at the first game of the World Series Saturday night in Los Angeles where she is being honored for her drive againt drug abuse.

The first lady will make remarks during a pre-game program before throwing out the first ceremonial pitch at the opener between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland Athletics.Her appearance at the baseball fall classic will mark the fourth major sport where she has been honored for her "Just Say No" to drugs campaign. Tributes have been paid to her at basketball, hockey tournaments and most recently at the Redskins-New York Giants game on Oct. 2 in Washington.

Mrs. Reagan will fly to California Saturday and return to Washington on Sunday. Kiwanis International plans to honor her for her fight against drugs at a banquet in Washington Thursday evening.