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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 23-24, Flick Baits the Hook and Wilbur Duckworth and His Magic Baton Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23-24, Flick Baits the Hook and Wilbur Duckworth and His Magic Baton Summary

Flick receives a phone call from the man who is responsible for working the bar while Flick goes to "The Game." The mention of the high school basketball team reminds Ralph of his own high school days. Ralph remembers his high school band winning the marching band contest, and Flick remembers a time when Ralph's sousaphone malfunctioned. After a good laugh, the men also recall their old classmate Wilbur Duckworth. Ralph complains that he still awakens in the middle of the night to the memory of Duckworth's whistle.

Wilbur Duckworth is the drum major in Ralph's high school band. Egotistical and hated by all, Duckworth is an outrageous performer who spends hours practicing his baton routine since he has...

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