Sport: Who Won, Nov. 9, 1942

> Walrus-eyebrowed, cautious Branch Rickey, 60-year-old creator of baseball's farm system and its No. 1 exponent during 22 of the 25 years he ran the St. Louis Cardinals: the general managership of the Brooklyn Dodgers; succeeding extravagant, rollicking Larry MacPhail, his onetime protégé; for a five-year term; at a reported salary of $40,000, plus a bonus. The new Brooklyn boss has never watched a ball game on Sunday.

> Burly, righthanded, 28-year-old Morton Cooper, St. Louis Cardinals' pitcher: the annual Baseball Writers' award for the Most Valuable Player in the National League. In pitching the Cardinals into the World Series, Cooper...

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