The View from Saturday - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 Summary

At the Bowl finals, the commissioner questions Julian's acronyms-turned-words "posh" and "tip." Julian explains, but the panel only finds a reference to support "posh." The commissioner rules to allow "posh" but not "tip." Julian respectfully recommends that the panel find another source.

The Souls's trip to the Academic Bowl finals begins with beating the other two sixth grade teams. Mrs. Olinski's fellow teachers begin to discuss the slight possibility that her team might even beat the seventh graders. The Souls do, winning with a score of almost double that of the seventh graders.

As the possibility arises that the sixth grade might beat the eighth-grade team, both younger grades band together to cheer on Mrs. Olinski's team. The day of the competition, Mrs. Olinski and her team are cheered by students returning to their classroom after lunch. Back in the quiet of the classroom, Hamilton Knapp produces...

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