Data on the transverse momentum distribution of charged particles (|eta| < 1) in
the "transverse" region
for PTJ1 > 30 GeV/c, where PTJ1 is the transverse momentum of the leading
charged jet. The data are compared with the "beam-beam remnant"
component and the total prediction of HERWIG 5.9, with its default parameters and
PT(hard) > 3 GeV/c. The difference
between the "beam-beam remnant" contribution and the total corresponds to the
"hard scattering" component. The Monte-Carlo model predictions have been corrected for
the CTC track finding efficiency (8% of the charged tracks are, on the average, removed) and have an uncertainty
(statistical plus systematic) of about 5%.