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Mr. Galanter, the coach of Reuven's softball team, takes Reuven to Brooklyn Memorial Hospital,  where Reuven has surgery to remove glass from his left eye. The next morning, Reuven introduces  himself to the man in the bed on his left, Mr. Savo, a boxer, and the youngster in the bed on his right,  Billy, who was blinded in a car accident. Reuven's father, Mr. Malter, visits Reuven in the hospital and tells him that he will recover completely  from the accident. He also says that Danny's father, Reb Saunders, has called him to ask about  Reuven's condition. According to Reb Saunders, Danny is very upset about the accident. But  Reuven believes that Danny deliberately set out to hit him. Reuven's father disagrees with his son's  analysis of the situation and asks him not to speak this way about Danny.
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