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" I ain't namin' no figger," Midge replied. "I'm sayin- mat twenty-five's too much. Now what are you willin' to take?
"
" How about twenty? "
" Twenty's too much," said Kelly.
" What ain't too much? " asked Tommy.
" Well, Haley, I might as well give it to you straight. They ain't nothin' that ain't too much."
" You mean you don't want me at no figger ?" " That's the idear."
There was a minute's silence. Then Tommy Haley walked toward the door.
" Midge," he said, in a choking voice, "you're makin' a big mistake, boy. You can't throw down your best friends and get away with it. That damn woman will ruin you."
Midge sprang from his seat.
" You shut your mouth! " he stormed. " Get out o' here before they have to carry you out. You been spongin' off o' me long enough. Say one more word about the girl or about anything else and you'll get what the Dutchman got. Now get out! "
And Tommy Haley, having a very vivid memory of the Dutchman's face as he fell, got out.
Grace came in later, dropped her numerous bundles on the lounge and perched herself on the arm of Midge's chair. " Well? " she said.
" Well," said Midge, " I got rid of him."
" Good boy! " said Grace. " And now I think you might give me that twenty-five per cent."
" Besides the seventy-five you're already gettin' ?" said Midge. " Don't be no grouch, hon. You don't look pretty when you're grouchy."
" It ain't my business to look pretty," Midge replied.
" Wait till you see how I look with the stuff I bought this mornin' ! "
Midge glanced at the bundles on the lounge.
" There's Haley's twenty-five per cent," he said, " and then some."

The champion did not remain long without a manager. Haley's successor was none other than Jerome Harris, who saw in Midge a better meal ticket than his popular-priced musical show had been.
The contract, giving Mr. Harris twenty-five per cent of Midge's earnings, was signed in Detroit the week after Tommy Haley had

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