Growing up in the 40's & 50's in a small Louisiana town, I awaited every summer night till 9 or 10, when KMOX in clearly to hear Harry and Jack describe the deeds of the Cardinals and my all-time hero, Stan Musial. Three of us worked all summer each year to save up enough money to make a trip to St. Louis and one year,we had enough to make a visit and eat at Stan and Biggies. While eating, we saw Stan enter and head back to his office. Though totally out of character for me, I went back to his office; he looked up and said "Hi, come in." For the next several minutes he chatted with me, showed me some pictures on the walls and after I left, he came over to our table and shook hands with all of us, then called Biggie over and both of them autographed a menu for each of us. That menu still hangs, framed, in my den. Stan Musial was and is and always will be, along with my dad and Doak Walker, an all-time hero. Thank you Stan for taking a few minutes of your valuable time to thrill three teen-age boys from Louisiana, and THANK YOU GOD for the opportunity to not only see this incredible baseball player play but more important, YOU gave me the chance to meet this remarkable and great man. Thanks Stan for the memories. Rest in Peace with your wonderful Lil.