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At the beginning of chapter 3, Holden comments on Ossenburger, a Pencey alum who donated money to the school.
Based on Holden's definition of a phony, which of the following quotes does NOT refer to Ossenburger being a phony?
"He made a pile of dough in the undertaking business."
"Anyway, he gave Pencey a pile of dough, and they named our wing after him."
"He started out with about fifty corny jokes, just to show us what a regular guy he was."
"He came up to the school in his big goddam Cadillac."
"He told us we ought to think of Jesus as our buddy and all. He said he talked to Jesus all of the time."