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HIGHEST PAID JOCKEY? HE'LL BE BOBBY JONES
Can Earn $50,000 on New Kilmer Contract.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: French, Lane
Date: Dec 26, 1932
Start Page: 38
Pages: 1
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Bobby Jones, bronze skinned California youth, who gained most of his fame on Chicago race tracks, will be the highest paid jockey in America next season.

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