What did Dally bring Ponyboy when he went to the church to visit two boys in The Outsiders?


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Dallas Winston's appearance at the abandoned church on Jay Mountain was unexpected, and in Ponyboy's mind it "meant one thing: contact with the outside world." Dally's arrival meant a friendly face for the homesick boys to see, but he also provided news (about Darry and Soda as well as the upcoming rumble with the Socs), encouragement, transportation and money for some real food at the local Dairy Queen. But Dally also brought a letter from Sodapop for Pony. Dally had loyally maintained that he knew nothing about the boys' disappearance, but Soda didn't believe him, so he left a letter and some money for Pony just in case Dally saw him again.

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When Dally visit Ponyboy and Johnny in the church after they ran away because of the murder incident. Dallas brought Ponyboy a letter from Soda'pop [Pony's brother], the letter said that Darry was sorry for hitting you and how much he missed him and wished he was okay. Ponyboy accepted to go back but there is the problem of the murder that may or may not stop them. {Read on}

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