George Munson, the well-known secretary of the St. Louis Maroons, and to whose efforts alone that League club now owes its existence, signed last week a contract with President Von der Ahe to act as secretary of the St. Louis Browns. The genial Chris is to be congratulated on securing so capable a secretary. Al. H. Spink will take Munson's place as secretary of the Maroons.
-New York Clipper, January 22, 1887
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