The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 7 - 9 Summary

The next day, Father Concha says that he wants all the sports equipment moved yet again, which frustrates Pancho. D.Q. has gone to Albuquerque for treatment and Pancho thinks he'll have the day to himself, but a young boy named Guillermo - or "Memo" as he's known around St. Anthony's - volunteers to help him with the task. Pancho doesn't acknowledge the boy and sets to work on his own tasks. He finds a canvas bag and a shovel. He takes the tools outside and fills the bag with dirt. He asks Memo to find him some rope and a ladder to make himself useful. Memo is only too happy to help. He calls over two other boys, Coop and Marcos, to help Pancho hang the bag from a tree limb, and marvels when he sees that Pancho has created...

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