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A boy named Guiseppe is the topic of Chapter 29, "The Good-for-Nothing." His father is a fisherman, but Guiseppe doesn't like fishing. His father tells him he is good for nothing. The boy doesn't want to disappoint his father, so he gives fishing a try. The motion of the boat coupled with the fishy smell makes him sick. So, he tries to repair boats. Still, the fish smell disturbs him. Instead, Guiseppe takes other odd jobs, always giving the money he earns to the family. The boy hides from his father whenever he suspects he'd be called to help out on the boat. The boy discovers tennis and loves the game. When he discovers he isn't very good at it, he begins to wonder if his father is right. Guiseppe finally found something he was good at...baseball. Guiseppe was Joe DiMaggio.

In Chapter 30, Harvey tells...

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