What is chapter 3 about in The Outsiders, with page numbers?

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Chapter three in The Outsiderscontinues to illustrate the class segregation in the story. It sets up the later conflict in the park where Johnny kills Bob. It deepens the relationship and character foils of Cherry and Ponyboy. The main thing that this chapter does is better illustrate the relationship between Ponyboy and Johnny. It shows the situation at home for each of them. On page 50 Ponyboy runs away from the house because Darry hit him. However, the reason that Darry is always yelling at him is...

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