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a pirate chief -on the diamond. That's
how he got the name of Jesse James
that, and because he comes from
Jesse's home town in Missouri.
When Stovall is not collecting the
rent or polishing the fenders of his
fine big roadster, he is hunting or
fishing. And he spends much of his
time with a woman. They go to the
picture shows together, to the
vail. "Why stay east ahd'be snowed
in for the winter when you can come
out here and live?"
"Yet, I take life quite easy. Six.
nights o it of seven I'm in bed by 9
and up at 6 in the morning. That's
what I call living.
The Stovalls occupy an apartment
and do light housekeeping.
"We used to live in our house,"
George Stovall Raking His Lawn.
beaches and even on occasional
hunting trips. The woman's name
is Mrs. George Stovall. She drives
the. car as well as does her husband;
helped him drive it from Kansas
City, 2,500 miles, when the baseball
George gets away about three
days a week to hunt The week
ends he usually enjoys at the beaches
with Mrs. Stovall.
"I like the west because a fellow
can always be on the go," said Sto-
explained the Federal leaguer, "but
we were here so short a time that wa
found it more satisfactory to rent the
Right now the eyes of the baseball
world are watching George Stovall.
He may invade New York with an
outlaw team this coming season, and
if he does, his success there will in
fluence the future of the Federal
Stovall : lintains that the en
trance of the Federals into baseball
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