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Ham on Rye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 11 through 16 Summary

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Chapters 11 through 16 Summary

One day when Henry is standing around watching the boys playing during physical education, a teacher tells him that he is supposed to be playing something also. The teacher puts Henry in a kickball game as shortstop. Henry knows that the guys will be sending vicious kicks his way, but he stops every one of them. Then Stanley Greenberg gets up to kick. Henry says that ball comes toward him like a shot but he catches the ball and holds it. A team from a school called Miranda Bell challenges the team from Henry's school to a baseball game. The game is stalled with no score for several innings until one of Henry's classmates hits a home run. Henry says it was over after that and the game ended in a fight.

Henry's father takes Henry along on his milk route. On the way, his...

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