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had high run of 189 last night and
went out in ten innings.
Jimmy Kilroy, the North Side fight
manager, after discovering that he
couldn't lick Otto Sieloff, the old-time
lightweight, took the next best step
and acquired the management of the
veteran mitt-slinger. Jimmy is now
of sport brought Gavvy Cravath to
Laguna 12 years ago,, when it was an
isolated hamlet with only two mail
deliveries a week. He's wintered here
"In those days," Cravath explained,
"a fellow could shoot a mess of quail
from his back porch."
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Gavvy Cravath Fishing in the Surf.
hot after battles for his new stable
occupant and is ready to back him.
Jimmy is aiming his efforts direct
ly at Ever Hammer, who made a good
showing in the last Gary exhibition,
and would like to talk to Kid Howard
about a match. He believes Sieloff,
who is popular among commission
men, would be a good drawing card
at one of the Gary shows.
Dec. 21 Sieloff is to fight Matty
Ryan in a private bout, the weight
being 135 pounds at 3 o'clock. Jimmy
is so confident Otto will whip Doc
Krone's pride that he has arranged
another battle for Sieloff, who will
meet Harold Coppersmith New
Year's day. This bout is to be at
catchweights and Sioff will be giv
ing away about 12 pounds.
To forget baseball. That's why
Gawy Cravath, famous outfielder of
the Philadelphia Nationals, and Ernie
Johnson, shortstop of the St. Louis
.Feds, are wintering in California.
The lure of the open and the love