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The questions below refer to the selections “Winter Dreams”. Dexter quits his job as a caddy when he — a. joins the Army b. is told to caddy for the young girl Judy Jones c. gets into an argument
with the nurse d. wins the championship
Dexter quits his job as a caddy when he is told to caddy for the young girl Judy Jones.
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