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CHAMPION

ous egcellences of Midge Kelly. And now he was twice daily turnin 'em away from the Madison Theater.
His breakfast over and his paper read, Midge sauntered into the lobby and asked for his key. He then beckoned to a bell-boy, who had been hoping for that very honor.
" Find Haley, Tommy Haley," said Midge. " Tell him to come up to my room."
" Yes, sir, Mr. Kelly," said the boy, and proceeded to break all
his former records for diligence.
Midge was looking out of his seventh-story window when
Tommy answered the summons.
" What'll it be?" inquired his manager. There was a pause before Midge replied.
" Haley," he said, " twenty-five per cent's a whole lot o' money." " I guess I got it comin', ain't I? " said Tommy. " I don't see how you figger it. I don't see where you're worth
it to me."
" Well," said Tommy, " I didn't expect nothin' like this. I thought you was satisfied with the bargain. I don't want to beat nobody out o' nothin', but I don't see where you could have got anybody else that would of did all I done for you."
" Sure, that's all right," said the champion. " You done a lot for me in Philly. And you got good money for it, didn't you? "
" I ain't makin' no holler. Still and all, the big money's still ahead of us yet. And if it hadn't of been for me, you wouldn't of never got within grabbin' distance."
" Oh, I guess I could of went along all right," said Midge. " Who was it that hung that left on the Dutchman's jaw, me or you?
"
" Yes, but you wouldn't been in the ring with the Dutchman if it wasn't for how I handled you."
" Well, this won't get us nowheres. The idear is that you ain't worth no twenty-five per 2ent now and it don't make no diff'rence what come off a year or two ago."
" Don't it? " said Tommy. " I'd say it made a whole lot of diference."
" `tirell, I say it don't and I guess that settles it."
" Look here, Midge," Tommy said, "I thought I was fair with you, but if you don't think so, I'm willin' to hear what you think is fair. I don't want nobody callin' me a Sherlock. Let's go down to business and sign up a contrac'. What's your figger ?"

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