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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaThursday morning january 80, 1958 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page encore gets third facing win in Row by the associated press Brookmeade stable s encore made it three in a Row when he won the Palm Beach Handicap yesterday t Hialeah Park under a Heady ride by jockey Sam Boul Metis. Saury hike Stan Musial of St. Louis cardinals left gets n Pat on Back from Cardinal owner August Busch jr., yesterday a s the top National league player signed 1958 contract estimated Worth standing is Bing Devine general manager of the team. A photo fax Musial signs record act St. By Don Roth Louis Jan. 29 Fol a under beaming Stan the Man Musial stroked his pen across the richest baseball contract in National league history today and com i would have settled for the new pact the St. Louis cardinals will Shell out about for their 37-year-old left handed slugger who bats out of his p e c u 1 i a a trademarked Crouch. For Hie past six seasons Musl Al s salary was yearly. The boost was Musial said contract the cardinals wanted me to Only Ted Williams of the Boston red sox will Likely receive More Money this season an estimated when he comes to terms. It s a wonderful an All smiles Musial told a press con Ference. It s the Best Ever offered to a National league player. Baseball has rewarded me Stan said and the cardinals have always treated me More than fairly this year in particular the cardinals wanted me to have this contract. I would have settled for Stan s yearly salary was already the High Money Mark in the league although former Pitts Burgh pirates player Ralph Kiner once was said to have made 000 with an attendance clause. Musial Winner of his seventh National league batting last year with a .351 Mark predicted today he would have one or two More seasons at top the Veteran who captured the league s most valuable player award three times said i won t want to set a limit on the number of games i m going to play in 195s. I want to play All 154 if i nil owners told fund feasible by Rali h Bernstein Philadelphia Jan. 29 w insurance and pen Sion consultants today told National football league own ers and the pro players Assn. That a players pension fund in feasible. Representatives of the association and an owners committee huddled with the insurance and pension experts after commissioner Bert Bell in his report to the an Nual nil meeting informed the owners professional football never was in better shape. Bell disclosed the paid attend Ance for 1957 amounted to 318 a Gate record for the sixth consecutive year. In addition to talking pension the players group issued a state ment backing Bell 100 per cent in the commissioner s refusal to lift the league Home area television blackout for regular season playoff or championship games. Representing the association at tic pension conference were Billilngton of the Green Bay packers Kyle Rote of the new York giants Bill Pollington of the Baltimore Colts and attorney Creighton Mil 0bcll headed the league Contin gent which included Wellington Mara of the giants Joe Donogh no of Philadelphia s Kasics Art Rooney of the Pittsburgh a Eccl 6.20. Show Price on Fabius was 3.80. Nile and one sixteenth is for Nares and fillies. The time was 42 4-5. Nooran paid and Tmyrtle paid and and Allet Khal favored Market Basket Winner if one stake Here this year Fin shed fifth in the Field of 12. Shoemaker just one Victory off e 3000-Mark, took a momentary Ead at the far turn aboard bal Ket Kaal. But Moreno got Myrtle into the Ead at the top of the stretch and Hen Nooran put on a drive. Musial entering his 17th season Ith the cards reported he was in tier physical shape now than in c last few seasons. He added a shoulder injury Linch forced him to sit out 2c Ames last season was coming the injury ended Stan on Man Streak at 895 games a ague record. August a. Busch jr., Brewer resident and head of the card als signed Musial personally in Only Cardinal Given such vip treatment. Reporters questions came Lik be drives at the press conference n Busch s Plush office. So fast i act that the main business Al most was forgotten. Stan Are you going to sign that contract or someone asked i m not going to Stan replied and finally signed. In the excitement Busch hobbled be before the television Cam Ras. I know you Are going to win our tenth batting championship ext Busch hummed and tuck his Arm around Stan s Shoul r. Stan corrected his Boss saying would be his eighth. I m Busch said but he Ravely raced out onto a limb by predicting Stan would hit .355 next ear and cop the batting gain. Bush s Confidence stemmed rom a successful prediction. Last ear at signing time Busch said Tan would hit .350 and win the atting . Stan took the a .351 Mark. Doge s son took the Lead at the urn for Home and raced to an any Victory in the featured race t the new Orleans fair grounds. Doge s son finished two and one Quarter lengths ahead of John s id. Dark mahogany came in lord one half length behind Ohn s bid. The Winner Ridden by jockey Al Opara and owned by Steve Val Nti of new Orleans raced the in furlongs in 1-5 on a slow rack and paid and John s rid who came rom far Lack paid and and dark mahogany s backers re lived in the eighth race High author a won his seventh straight race f uie meeting. Track officials Aid it was a modern record for he track. The 7-year-old Bay gelding paid .5, and the crowd of bet a total if mrs. Leslie Fenton s 6-year-Olc Nare Nooran won the Santa Maria Handicap at Santa Anita and jockey Willie Shoemaker will have to wait at least Aneth Day to ride the Winner of his career. Jockey Bill Boland and Nooran out drove the triple k. Stable Myrtle with Henry Moreno Abdan and Rex Ellsworth s Ballet Kah in a blistering stretch drive and a 3-Way photo finish. The Santa Maria raced at a there is always a Way for a group not to do a certain thing. They can appoint a committee. A civilized country is one Watrt they have a hard time coping with Schoolboy hoodlums. Joel torte and a. C. Sauls proudly announce Moody Grant top gremlins special to the news Bennettsville Jan. 28 two members of Bennettsville s 957 football team received awards at the annual fpotbal1 banquet Iven by the Junior chamber of Commerce last thursday night. The entire football squad with coaches Burl Allen and Francis Salerno and superintendent Mike Caskey were guests of the Jay Cees at this event. Honoured were Alton Moody who received the award for the most sportsmanlike and James Grant who was voted the most valuable player by his teammates. Grant a Silver football and Moody s Avard was a Lapel key and the Honor of having his name inscribed on a plaque at the High school. W. C. Myers former coach at Drehrer Columbia am Friday january 8 a. M. To 6 p. M. Now director of alumni affairs and Public relations director at Erskine College was the visiting speaker. Introduced by Joe Blackton co chairman with r. T. Lindsay for the football banquet Myers used the Gridiron As an example of How mistakes and failures in life could be turned and used for Advance ment. L. D. Atkins vice president pre sided. An announcement was made that the Jaycees would give two other awards to local students this year one for the Best Bondsman and one to majorette. 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