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"Just let me land and it's good-by, baby," said Midge. "I'll .kill 'em all."
The oral manslaughter continued until Duane's closed for the night. At parting, Midge and his new friend shook hands and arranged for a meeting the following evening.
For nearly a week the two were together almost constantly. It was Hersch's pleasant role to listen to Midge's modest revelations concerning himself, and to buy every time Midge's glass was empty. But there came an evening when Hersch regretfully announced that he must go home to supper.
" I got a date for eight bells," he confided. " I could stick till then, only I must clean up and put on the Sunday clo'es, 'cause she's the prettiest little thing in Milwaukee."
" Can't you fix it for two? " asked Midge.
" I don't know who to get," Hersch replied. " Wait, though. I got a sister and if she ain't busy, it'll be 0. K. She's no bum for looks herself."
So it came about that Midge and Emma Hersch and Emma's brother and the prettiest little thing in Milwaukee foregathered at Wall's and danced half the night away. And Midge and Emma danced every dance together, for though every little onestep seemed to induce a new thirst of its own, Lou Hersch stayed too sober to dance with his own sister.
The next day, penniless at last in spite of his phenomenal ability to make someone else settle, Midge Kelly sought out Doc Hammond, matchmaker for the Star, and asked to be booked for the next show.
" I could put you on with Tracy for the next bout," said Doc.
" What's they in it? " asked Midge.
" Twenty if you cop," Doc told him.
" Have a heart," protested Midge. " Didn't I look good the other night? "
" You looked all right. But you aren't Freddie Welsh yet by a consid'able margin."
" I ain't scared of Freddie Welsh or none of 'em," said Midge.
" Well, we don't pay our boxers by the size of their chests," Doc said. " I'm offerin' you this Tracy bout. Take it or leave it."
" All right ; I'm on," said Midge, and he passed a pleasant afternoon at Duane's on the strength of his booking.
Young Tracy's manager came to Midge the night before the show.
" How do you feel about this go ? " he asked.

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