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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 11

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how to use them. Another thing
aboutyiiim is that he- is a real light
weight He- can do the lightweight
limit of 133 pounds.
Gruman started in amateur -bouts
at his home, Portland, Ore. Then he
The only thing the matter with him
is his method of getting to the front.
He prefers to punch his way. The
others talk their way.
Abe Attell, featherweight cham
pion 12 years, took one look at Gru
man and picked him as a coming
champion. He may be quite a while
coming, but a fighter with the goods
he has is bound to get there some
time.
Walter Camp, in his selection of
all-American football teams, which
will appear in Collier's Weekly, Dec.
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broke into the professional ranks,
went to San Francisco, won the coast
championship and started for New
York. There he whipped Joe Aze
vedo, Jimmy Duffy, Red Mortality
and a few others, and is about to be
matched "with Johnny'Dundee.
Ralph Gruman.
18, recognizes the brand of football
played this season in the south and
west.
As usual, Camp sticks to the east
and middle west for his pick of the
first team, but he put Vandergraaf of
Alabama on his second team and"
Abraham of the Oregon Aggies on,
his third team.
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