Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 29, 1962 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Monday, October 29, 1962
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Busters Swamp Grizzlies, 49-7 ^nrdflit By BOB GREER Seven touchdowns, four conversions, and a field goal were racked up at Penrose Stadium here Saturday afternoon by Garden City Junior College as the Broncbusters celebrated Homecoming with a 49-7 Jayhawk Juco Conference football victory over outmanned El Dorado. The 49-point total was the largest rolled up by the Busters in the two seasons and 18 games they have been directed by Coach Homer Salter. It ended a string of two shutouts recorded against the Busters and the ^L -point output in the one game almost matched the 63 points re- cordedin Garden's seven previous games this fall. Saturday's blast was the biggest by a Buster-coached \ team since GCJC rac'ked El Dorado, 53-0, in the 1960 Homecoming at Penrose. all The touchdowns down from the El Dorado 41. Wells faded hack to pass He bumped one of his own nu-n and was hit by a Grizzly. The ball bounced away. El Dorado guard Larry Schake grabbed the ball and rumbled 56 yards up the south sidelines for the vistors' only score of the day. Halfback Jim Hill plunged for the conversion to trim the margin to 7-13 with 5:21 left in the half. Four plays later, Garden scored again. From the Buster 25, Lindsey swept right end. He had good blocking but saw a clear field. He cut to his left ,and went 75 yards, turning on the sped. Donohue's kick was wide to the in each of the last right with 3:53 left. Garden now has an overall record of three wins and five lisses. The Busters have two more games left. They are at CMffey- ville JC Friday night and close here against Parsons JC on Saturday, Nov. 10. El Dorado is winless this fall, except for a forfeit victory over Parsow JC — a game the Grizzlies lost by 32-0 on the field. Saturday's loss was the seventh in as many outings for the Grizzlies on the field. Their coach, veteran Bob Douglass, has resigned effective after this season. Setfen Busters registered points Saturday as Coach Salter put in he ha three quarters. Halfback Arlo Lindsay scored two touchdowns, and quarterback Jerry Reagan scored one and passed for another. Center Ron Donohue place-kicked four con* versions and a field goal. Action started in n hurry. Halfback Marvin Wells grabbed the opening kickoff and headed up the middle. He cut to his left and went up the south sidelines. El Dorado's Larry Eldridge finally downed him — after an 80-yard return. That put Garden on the Grizzly 13. Fullback Willie Shine made three yards, and Lindsay swept right end for the final 10 on the game's second scrimmage play. He 1 outran two defenders. Donohue kicked the extra point with 13:56 left in the opening quarter. El Dorado then moved back with the kickoff in ite best drive of the sultry afternoon. The Griz- 7lies moved 59 yards in 10 plays, but were held for downs at the Garden 5-yard stripe. Eight of the 10 plays were on the ground, but the big gainer was a 36-yard aerial from quarterback Jim Bennett to end Carl Spry. He was downed at the Garden 12, almost scoring on the play. Garden then punted twice a.nd El Dorado gave up the ball via interception. In the late first quarter, Garden tackle Mike Wuest covered a Grizzly fumble at the El Dorado 20. The Busters drove to the six, were pushed back to the 27 by (penalty, but finally scored after seven plays. Reagan set up the score with a 14-yard pass which end Tony Bisbani naibbed almost out of bounds. On the next play, Shine took a handoff from Reagan and sped through left guard for a 13- yard score. He spun away from a tackier at the goal line. Donohue's kick was wide to the right with 14:54 left in the half. The two traded punts, and El Dorado gave up the ball at midfield again via fumble. On first College Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Boston Col. 14, Houston 0 Rhode Island 12, Brown 12 Ohio U. 41, Buffalo 6 Cornell 35. Princeton 34 Dartmouth 24, Harvard 6 Syracuse 30, Holy Cross 20 Boston U 20, Massachusetts 6 Navy 32, Pitt 9 Rutgers 12, Penn 7 Colgate 14, Yale 14 Villanova 16, Xavier 8 SOUTH Alabama 35, Tulsa 6 Auburn 17, Clemson 14 Duke 21, N. Carolina St. 14 Fla. State 20, Virginia Tech 7 Army 14, Geo. Washington 0 Georgia Tech 42, Tulane 12 LSU 23, Florida 0 Maryland 13, S. Carolina 11 Memphis St. 28, Miss St. 0 N. Carolina 23, Wake For9st 14 Tennessee 48, Chattanooga' 14 Mississippi 35, Vanderbilt 0 VMI 6, William fc Mary 0 Virginia 34, Davidson 7 Kentucky 7, Georgia 7 MIDWEST Northwestern 35, Notre Dame 6 Michigan St. 26, Indiana 8 Ohio St. 14, Wisconsin 7 Minnesota 17, Michigan 0 Sou. Calif. 28, Illinois 16 Richmond 21, Cincinnati 20 Purdue 26, Iowa 3 Missouri 21, Iowa St. 6 Kansas 36, Oklahoma St. 17 Oklahoma 47, Kansas St. 0 Wichita 32 Montana St. 10 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 49, Hardin-Simmons 7 Texas A&M 6, Baylor 3 Texas 14, Rice 14 SMU 14,'Texas Tech 0 FAR WEST Miami 21, Air Force 3 Aril. SI. 35, Texas Western 7 Penn St. 23, California 21 Wyoming 28,.Colo. State U. 7 Univ. Pacific 13, Wash. State 12 New Mexicio 25. San Jose St. 13 Utah St. 27, Brigham Young 21 Utah 25, Idaho 21 Oregon 21. Washington 21 Oregon Si. 51, West Va. 22 Nebraska 31, Colorado 6 Montana 22, Idaho St. 15 Wells almost returned El Dorado's first punt of the last half for a score, returning to the Buster 46. Garden scored again in four plays. Shine ran for eight yards twice and Reagan made two. From the Grizzly 36, Wells took a handoff on a quick opener through left tackle. One tackier leaped and missed him as he zipped through the secondary. Donohue's kick made it 26-7 with 11:29 left in the third. El Dorado kicked and the two traded interceptions. Bisbano returned a rifled pass 26 yards to the Grizzly 42. Garden moved the final 42 yards in four plays. Lanny Pauley made 8 and Wells 15. Shine set the score up with an 18-yard gallop around right end. Reagan got the score on a 1- yard keeper at left tackle with 4:41 left in the third. Donohue's kick made it 33-7. E| Dorado then moved to the Garden 38 in a' six-play drive. That thrust featured passes from Bennett to Spry for 11 yards and to halfiback Curt Higganbotham for 13. The latter almost broke away after his catch. Reagan ended that march with an interception ait the Garden 12. The Buffs then drove from their own 40 to another score. Pete Minaya quarterbadked that drive, with Larry Macro and Johnny Jones doing the carrying. The Busters reached the 3-yard line but were set back on a personal foul penalty to the 18. Minaya then zig-zagged for 9 yards after his pass receivers were covered. On third, down with the line of scrimmage at the Grizzly six, Donohufc kicked a field goal with 10:03 left in the game. That boosted the count to 36-7. On El Dorado's next- series, a fourth-down punt was partially blocked by Garden's Ronnie Maund. The ball went out of bounds on the Grizzly 31. Garden scored again in three pi-ays. Doug Schifferle galloped 35 yards through right tackle, reversing his field. That set up the score. Quarterback Les Wood got the touchdown on a sneak with 7:31 left. Wood quarterbacked trat series. Donohue kicked point again. With 47 seconds left in the game, Wilbur Ritch recovered a fumble on the Garden 40. Reagan galloped 22 yards and out of bounds to stop the clock. Then he passed 14 yards to Shine on a screen — and Garden called time out. With 10 seconds left, Reagan dropped back and to his right. He pointed to downfield blockers, then pitched to Bisbano, who wag wide open in the end Zu«e. The play covered 24 yards. Reagan passed to end Rich Newton for the 50th point on a fake place- kick — but Garden was holding. Donohue then pacekicked from the Grizzly 17, but the effort was short and to the left. Garden ....' 7 12 14 16 -49 El Dorado 0700—7 )awson Passes )allas Texans Info AFL Lead TeleTam Plmto GARDEN BACK DOUG Schifferle (No. 51 in white) set up the Busters' next-to-last touchdown on this play. He went through right tackle, than cut back for 35 yards. He was hauled down on the Grizzly l-yardline by halfback Curt Higgenbotham (No. 7) and guard Jerry Hill (No. 62). Quarterback Les Wood scored the sixth Garden touchdown on the next play. Cominq up at the left is El Dorado guard Arnold Nelson (No. 61).' Schifferle had a busy afternoon, doing the kickoffs for Garden City. Southwest Kansas Football Teams Slate Midweek Tilts Football action shifts to the i hawk Juco Conference test. Cof- early part of the week in the Telegram area. Reason: it's annual teachers' conference week. Garden City High pla'ys at Pratt Wednesday night in a final West Central Kansas League battle. Garden City Juco goes to Coffeyville Friday night for a Jay- feyville, rated No. 1 juco team in the nation, suffered its first loss of the year at Dodge City Juco Saturday night. The Garden City High sophs entertain the Dodge sophs at 4:15 p.m. today. Garden High's B team doesn't play until next Mon- Mo-Valley Grid Title Still in Air By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS form. Cincy smacked Wichita 27- Glenn Dpbbs saw his Tulsa club 15 j n jt s first Valley game, then survive mighty Alabama's pound- i stumblcd before North Texas 14 . 8 ing with no key injuries and this : ,,, , , ,,. .. . is reason enough to expect the although holding a big yardage Hurricane to bounce back at Cin-; margin. Tulsa whipped North cinnati Saturday ind sew up a i Texas 34-0. tie for the Missouri Valley football championship. The 35-6 victory by unbeaten Alabama was expected but it was feared injuries might put Tulsa's pro-type passing game out of op- North Texas, routed 48-12 at New Mexico Stale, will be the underdog at Wichita in the other Valley game Saturday, The Wheatshockers were impressive r* ** fc «7 r^ K'w«j'j*"e ^u«uu wv«ii w*. u^ _ ... __ rt __ eration for the big one at Cincin- i in clipping Montana State 32-10. nati. The Bearcats doubtless will be smarting from a 21-20 upset by Richmind, however, and the Tulsa air game will have to be in top The winner will retain a chance for a title tie in the Valley. All four Valley teams still have a chance to share the title and a three-way tie is possibe. If Tulsa defeats Cincy, it still must tie or defeat Wichita Nov. 22 for an undisputed championship. Cincinnati could assure itself of a championship tie by defeating Tulsa. John Simmons, Tulsa end who went into the Alabama game as the national pass receiving leader, caught only three passes, all in the final minutes. But Simmons still has a good shot at the national record of 66 by Washington City High sophs at 4:15 p.m .at : State's Hugh Campbell in I960, Garden Sophs Meet Dodge Garden City High plays its only sophomore football game of the 1962 season today. The locals take on the Dodge IVtagram Monday, October 29, 1962 By THE ASSOCIATED PR8SS Len Dawson, a priceless piece of property who found himself a no-cash-down . commodity after Ive years on the pro football mar- cet, has come full circle since caving the unemployment office for a job with the Dallas Texans of the American Football League. Dubbed "pro football's great quarterback" when he en Sayers Sets Big Eight Rush Record By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Fenrose Stadium. No admission will be charged. Coaching Garden's team will | be Wayne Dickerson and Dave : Craft. John Hamman will probably start for Garden at quarterback,, with Charles Drussell at fullback. Left halfback will be Mike Blackett, with Dean Biggs at right halfback. Robert Brooks and Max Crist will be the ends, with Harry Walker and Darrell Ulrieh at tackles. The guards will be Brian Shaw and Russell Ginest, with Dave Christensen at center. needing 23 catches four games. in his' last Driver Sets New Auro Race Record SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)— A. J. Foyt set a track record and won $5,720 first place money in the Golden State Hundred, a 100- mile national auto -lub race, at the State Fair Grounds Sunday. His time was 1 hour, 2 minutes, 59.14 seconds. The old mark was 1:05:57.58 by Rodger Ward 1957. :a day night when it closes its sea son here against the Liberal I unit. Garden City Junior High's ninth-grade football team ends its season here tomorrow night The Baby Buff s entertain the Liberal ninths at 7 p.m. Garden's eighth-grade team has already eroded its season. In another Wednesday WOKL battle, Dodige City is at Grea Bend: the game which should decide" the league title. Hays at Hays St. Joseph the same ev ening. On Tuesday, Larn e d entertains Ellinwood and Russell goes to Lyons. Those are non- league games. Other Jayhawk Juco games: Dodge City at Parsons and Independence at Arkansas City (both on Friday), and Hutchinson at El Dorado Wednesday. Pratt has an open date this week. In the High Plains Conference, newly-crowned champion Lakin entertains Johnson Wednesday. Sublette is at Plains the same evening. Elkhart is at Hugoton Tuesday night. Holcomb and Syracuse have open dates, and Satanta has completed its season. The Western Kansas Education Assn. has two Tuesday night league games. Ness City is at Dich- ton and Tribune at Leoti. The same evening, Scott City entertains Ulysses and LaCrosse plays host to Victoria. Jetmore is at Fowler Wednesday. Eight-man football sees Kismet at Copeland and Ingalls at Ensign, both on Wednesday night. Those are Santa Fe Trail League games. Bloom was to have played at Montezuma Wednesday in 6-man, but has cancelled and forfeited because of Injuries. Monte closes its season at home against Copeland on Friday, Nov. 9 in what should be the SFTL decider, Moscow has finished its season. Other Southwest Kansas teams: Cimarron at Ashland Tuesday night; Ul'ysses at Scott Tuesday; Hugoton entertains Elkhart Tuesday; Meade entertains Greensburg Tuesday; Plains plays host to Sublette Tuesday; Coolidge closes its season at Wiley, Colo., Wednesday night, an 8-man game. Liberal and Dodge City St. Mary have open dates this week. Rolla has finished. it s 8-man season. ered the pro ranks, Dawson gathered experience and splinters n five years in the NFL, but has turned into Big D at Dallas. His passing Sunday carried the Tcx- jns to tihe top in the Western Division as they rode over Houston 31-7. The former Purdue star, dubbed by Bobby Layne witlrthe "next great" label, watched, his price tag dwindle in five years of spear carrying for Layne at Pittsburgh and 'Milt Plum at Cleveland. Dawson says he didn't flunk the NFL test—he never took it. 'All the games I ever played in already were won or lost when I finally got off the bench," says Dawson. Dawson passed for three touchdowns as the Texans knocked, defending league champion Houston from a first-place tie with Boston in the East. The Patriots, who whipped Oakland 26-16 Friday, are 5-2 to the Oilers! 4-3. The Texans are 6-1 in the West, a half-game in front of Denver (6-2), upended by Buffalo Sunday 45-38 on the long-range bombs of Warren Bafob. In the league's other game, New York's Titans belted San Diego's Western Division defenders 23-3. Afonere Hiynet got the first Texans' touchdown on a 1-yard plunge before Dawson .took over. He pitched a 49-yarder to Chris Burford and followed with a 3- yarder to the same target, pulling Dallas out front 21-0. Dawson, at 27 the Texans' senior citizen and the only NFL reject on the squa'd, wound up the day with a 5-yard TD flip to Fred Arbanas. He completed 12 of 16 passes for 177 yards. The unbeaten leaders, Missouri and Nebraska, square off at Lincoln, Neb., Saturday as the Big Eight starts unwinding its tightest football title race in 16 years. The four-team scramble likely will be decided on the final day. Nebraska will pit a potent of- next fense triggered by quarterback Dennis Claridge against Missouri's great defense and grinding ball-control runnin>g game. Cornhusker coach Bob Devaney's multiple offense has produced 31.7 points a game in rolling past six straight foes. Mizzou has averaged 19 against a tougher schedule, winning five and playing a scoreless tie with Minnesota. The Tigers have given up 29 points all season. Nebraska has never scored against a Dan Devine - cpached Missouri team. The combined score since 1958 is Missouri 78, Nebraska 0. This will serve as an added incentive for the Corn - buskers. But Mizzou rates an edge with a more mobile line and better defense. Kansas, 3-1 in conference play, and Oklahoma, 2-0 are the other teams in the four cornered race and both are expected to win easily this week. The Jayhawkers are at Kansas State and the Sooncrs at Colorado. In the other game, Iowa State plays at Oklahoma State. Kansas made what Coach Jack Mitchell termed the greatest comeback of any team he's coached for a 36-17 victory over Oklahoma State at Stillwater last Saturday. Halfback Gale Sayers set a conference one-game rushing record with 283 yards in 22 carries surpassing the mark of 271 by Iowa State's Dave Hoppmann against K-State last year. How Nation's 10 Fared Record For Local Angler A prize-winning largemouth black bass is "home" in Garden City for good. The big fish was caught in May by Harry Oswalt, Jr., during an outing at Bull Shoals Lake in Arkansas-Missouri. He was on the Arkansas side of the lake at the time, he made the catch. Oswalt had the catch mounted and now has it at his home. It won him a $25 prize as the largest bass taken there in May. He caught the 8-pound, 7-ounce fish on a plastic worm. -Whether buying ot selling, use Felegram Want Adsl By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here's how the nation's top ten college football teams fared in Saturday 'games: 1. Texas 5-0-1 tied Rice 14-14. 2. Alabama (6-0) beat Tulsa 356. 3. Northwestern (5-0) beat Notre Dame 35-6. 4. Southern California (5-0) beat Illinois 28-16. 5. Wisconsin (4-1) lost to Ohio Stat« 14-7, 6. Louisiana State (5-0-1) beat Florida 23-0. 7. Mississippi (5-0) beat Vanderbilt 35-0. 8. Washington (4-0-2) tied Oregon 21-20. 9. .Arkansas (5-1) beat Hardin- Simmons 49-7. 10. Michigan State (4-1) beat Indiana 26-8. Additional Sports on Page 7 Sayers ran 96 yards for one touchdown and 69 to set up another after OSU jumped ahead 14-0. The NCAA's statistical bureau credited Sayers with a 15-yard nm he made'more than three minutes after being ejected from the game during a melee. Mitchell and the pressbox were unaware of the ejec'tion and the coach returned Sayers to the game wfth 30 second left upon [earning he was just three yards shoTif of a record. Behind at halftime 6-0, Nebraska stormed back to down Colorado 31-6 with Claridse and fullback Gene Young leading the charge. Oklahoma used five teams in rolling past hapless K- State 47-0. Missouri's 21-6 victory over Iowa State was more impressive than the score indicates. FtiUback Paul Underbill ripped for 131 yards and halfback Johnny Roland for 104. The,. Tigers throttled Hoppmann with, superior line plav. He scored with five seconds left against substitutes. Mitchell taici he and his staff, in effect turned the 'game over to th e players at halftime with the Cowboys in front 17-7. "We were playing like we took the day off," Mitchell said. "We just told the players the coaches already had told them what to do, if they wanted to do something, do it. Then the coaches walked out." Mitchell said the players then talked it over, with quarterback Rodger McFarland the leader, and they came out for the second half ready to go. Kansas finished with 499 yards rushing, 334 in the last half. Sayers shook off five or six tacklers hi his 96-yard run which came on the first play after a punt rolled dead on the 4-yard line. His run gave Kansas a 29-17 lead and settled the issue. Mitchell also praised Sayers' blocking. The fleet sophomore, commenting about the rnelee which led to his ejection, said he was called a "bad name." His spree broke the school rushing mark of 239 by Wade Stinson in 1950 and the school total offense record of 266 by Ray • Evans against Missouri in 1942., Overshadowed by the Kansas comeback was the gassing of Mike Miller, OSU quarterback who hit 15 of 39 for 261 yards and two touchdowns. Missouri's 348-yard day on the ground against Iowa State 'was accomplished despite a spirited defensive game by the Cyclones and an off day in passing by Mizzou quarterback Jim Johnson. All three of his passes were intercepted. Guard Tom Hertz and center Jini Vermillion won special praise from Tiger coaches and opponents. Hertz threw the key block on Roland's 19-yard touchdown run which started with Johnson's quick lateral on a sweep. Hoppmann said the Tigers and Nebraaka were about even, with the Tigers quicker but the Huskers bigger. Nebraska beat Iowa State 36-22. Reins Handed to Omaha Topsy-Turvy Race on in CIC By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For the third straight week, there is a leadership change in the Central Intercollegiate Con - ference football race. After the first r.-nd of conference play, Pittsburg State shared the top role with Washburn. After the Gorillas lost to Fort Hays State, Washburn held the top spot alone. Last weekend, Pittsburg came back to blast Washburn 270 and hand the heins to Omaha, which trounced St. Benedict's 39, Helping Omaha gain the top spot was Emporia State, which recovered from two straight league losses to upset Fort Hays 14-13. A pair of second quarter touchdowns followed by Marc Goodrich conversion kicks was the difference. The Hornets held off a late Hays surge by recovering a fumble on their 4-line yard with three minutes remaining. Hays dropped from a second-place tie to fourth. Omaha is a half-game ahead of Washburn and Pittsburg, deadlocked for the runner-up spot. This week, Omaha will defend its top position when it invades Washburn for a Friday night game. Emporia State will be at Pittsburg and Hays at St. Bene diet's Saturday night. Winless Sterling attempted to bring the upset trend into the Kansas Conference, but faltered to a 49-16 loss after twice lead ing the first place College of Emporia Presbies in the opening quarter. Jirn Switzer and Bruce Upstill had a hand in five C. of E. touchdowns and Bill Swartz booted seven straight extra points. Ottawa reduced the 3-way second place tie to t\vo 'earns by routing Southwestern 34-0. Baker remained in contention by trimming McPherson 26-0. Bethel pleased a home-coming crowd 1 with a 13-8 victory over Kansas Wesleyan and Bethany shook off Friends 13-6. The top three teams will be favored to keep rolling in this week's gams. Baker will be host to Bethany Friday night, Ottawa will entertain McPherson Saturday night and C. of E. plays Friends in Wichita Saturday afternoon. Sterling visits Kansas Wesleyan at Salina and Southwestern will play Bethel in Newton in other conference action this week. St. .Mary of the Plains was riddled by pass-minded Midland college 39-19, for its seventh straight loss. The Cavaliers will face New .Mexico Western Saturday afternoon at Dodge City. CIC (league games) W L T Pet Pts Opp Omaha 2 0 I . U 33 92 34 Pittsburg St. 2 1 0 .667 81 39 Washburn 2 1 0 .6*>7 41 W Ft. Hays St. 1 1 1 .500 58 54 Emporia St. 1 2 0 .333 27 53 j St. B'diet's 0 3 0 .000 34 107 This week's games? Friday night—Omaha at Washburn; Saturday night—Emporia State at Pittsburg State; Fort Haye State at St. Benedict's. Kansas Conference W L T Pet PU Opp Col. of Emp. 6 0 0 1.000 167 44 Baker Ottawa S. Western Bethany Mcl'herson Bethel 5 1 0 .833 202 27 5 1 0 .833 179 32 4 2 0 .667 118 102 430 .571 36 43 340 .429 71 110 1 .357 59 129 .214 52 124 2 4 Kans Wesl'n 1 5 1 Friends 1 5 1 .215 27 180 Sterling 0 6 1 .071 32 152 This week's games: Friday night—Bethany at Baker; Saturday—Sterling at Kansas Wesleyan (day), McPherson at Ottawa, Southwestern at Bethel, College of Emporia at Friends (day.). AUCTION Tuesday, October 30th, 2:30 p.m. The property located at 607 Pennsylvania will be offered for auction, the lot Ii 50x140, the house is 26x36 f«et. Stucco over block construction, there are two bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, thesa are all large rooms, the floors all have covering, some new this summer. New hot water heater. The back yard is well sodded, and there is plenty of shade. It is a good school location being one block from the Jones and Juco schools and four blocks from the parochial school. There is no loan at the present time on this property. If you need a loan s«e us and we will help arrange one. This will make a nice home, or an excellent rental for an investor. You may inspect this property by calling, 6-6712 days or 6-3446 evenings. The terms are 25% down the day of sale, balance upon acceptance of title. FLOYD MYERS — OWNER JOHN COLLINS AGENCY 113 E. Laurel AUCTIONEER — REAL ESTATE Garden City, Kansas Ph. BR 6-6712

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