"You think you're too good for us, just because you finished high school and have a job in town!"
"Not me, it must have been someone else."
"You stepped on my foot, big eyes. And your big eyes are going to get it."
Papa moved into town, which created a family uproar, especially his brother . "You think you're too good for us, ' Uncle Luis shouted at Papa in Spanish, 'just because you finished high school and have a job in town!"
The narrator had no time to get to know anyone, so when he arrived at school he knew no one.
"He's an Indian from Oklahoma. An albino Indian."
"What's he doing here?"
Chango, the boy that tried to trip the narrator and instead the narrator stomped on it, surrounded the narrator at recess and challenged him. The narrator then tripped Chango when Chango tried to grab him. After a few tries, Chango held out a hand to the narrator from the ground and, being a good sport, the narrator took it and was pulled to the ground. And became apart of Chango's gang, the Los Indios.
"¡Maten los gringos!"
The Los Indios decided to go look at the public school and saw a straggler and went after him. After a few days they ambushed him and punched him. The narrator then finds out his name was Denver and was his net door neighbor. Denver mother then comes out into the yard where they were and the the narrator's mother came out and talked to Denver's mother and agreed that the two boys would go to the movies together.
The narrrator now has to take Denver to the movies with him and his friends, so the narrator feels uneasy about facing Chango and the Los Indios and doesn't know what he's going to do. Until the narrator tells them a little lie.
Denver was accepted by the Los Indios with the help of the narrator and helped Denver blend in better by telling him to say kill the gringos at the movie theaters. Other people then joined the chant and the narrator was happy.