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Dairy Queen Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 27: Making the Team - Chapter 29: That's My Ball Summary

Catherine Gilbert Murdock
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Chapter 27: Making the Team - Chapter 29: That's My Ball Summary

D.J. overhears her coach telling Justin Hunsberger that he was the only starter who had voted against D.J. joining the team, so he needs to get a better attitude or get a new team. It makes D.J. very happy to hear the boys aren't completely against her being there. She admits the practices are hard, but she feels obligated to be the hardest working teammate out there due to the expectations people hold for her due to her last name. She is slightly embarrassed that a big deal is made out of her having to change in the girls' locker room instead of with the guys, but the cheerleaders are excited about it and pump her for information about playing football with the boys.

D.J. talks with...

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