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League Grants Player Demands

By The ASSOCIATED Press

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 2--National Football League owners today unanimously granted all the demands of the Players Association--exhibition pay, minimum salary, injury protection clause, and recognition.

The owners acted in executive session after completing the league's partial draft session. The Southwest Conference produced the two top choices in the draft when the Chicago Cardinals selected King Hill, standout Rice quarterback, and big John Crow, power running fullback of Texas A & M.

Commissioner Bert Bell told a press conference that unanimous approval was given recommendations he had made to the owners on Oct. 16 and Nov. 4.

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