It is recess time and they are on the beach. They are playing games. They are playing fist games. John and Jim are their names.
With this kind of sand the school must be near an ocean - and also there is a pond. It's a windy day out by the ocean. They might be cold, but maybe not.
The bell hasn't rung. There's trouble! Jim is the one who has no shirt, and he is a show-off. John is the bigger one. He's worth a hundred million. He's a rich boy and he doesn't have any manners. I feel sorry for him, my heart bleeds...
He has a good undercut (points out Bill). I don't see any tatters on that boy.
The parents are not worried about the boys until they get home. The parents will want to know (what happened) because there was ruination of clothes and Jim got sunburned.
They don't care that they missed lunch. They couldn't be too hungry. Boys will be boys. It wasn't a real fight that got started.
The fathers are going to sit down and talk to them about playing nice with each other, unless they come from families that don't care. With all that money sometimes they don't care. The two fathers will get together for peace. It's very important.