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Perhaps as confirmation, Runyon was inducted into the writers' wing (the J. Taylor Spink Award) of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1967.
He is also a member of the International Boxing Hall Of Fame and is known for dubbing heavyweight champion James J. Runyon frequently contributed sports poems to the American on boxing and baseball themes, and also wrote numerous short stories and essays.
Runyon had promised her in Mexico that if she would complete the education he paid for her, he would find her a dancing job in New York.
She became his companion after he separated from his wife.
His distinctive vernacular style is known as "Runyonese": a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.
It was while he was in Mexico that he met the young girl whom he eventually married.
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Gambling, particularly on craps or horse races, was a common theme of Runyon's works, and he was a notorious gambler himself.
One of his paraphrases from a well-known line in Ecclesiastes ran: "The race is not always to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, but that's how the smart money bets." A heavy drinker as a young man, he seems to have quit drinking soon after arriving in New York, after his drinking nearly cost him the courtship of the woman who became his first wife, Ellen Egan. His best friend was mobster accountant Otto Berman, and he incorporated Berman into several of his stories under the alias "Regret, the horse player".