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HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Wednesday, June IS, 195$ dam' Ir «heese, use a CLOsraur tide & SUPPLY COMPANY KtFRIGERATION , a*id .•, .. - .. CONDITIONING RKPAlft 7-2809 „ .Highway 17 Wot . a . LUCK'S WID FURNITURE CO. «f City Limit* West Water Barren for 6*l« f MMIM 7436; Hope, Ark. r'OU NEED LUMBER? Highway 4 mes 7-3250 or 7-4974 Siding, S4S, flooring, ' Rough boxing. I WADDLE LBR. CO. ,^ r Highway 4 East .Phones i WESTERN SHARES )iv«r*lfled Income Fund Ut available from . S. BATES AGENT •Arlu< Phon« 7-44M CLASSIFIED Ad* Murf B6 in Offlc* Day Before Publication WANT AD RATES All Want Ads or* payable In advance but fldi will be accented bvftf th* telephone bnd occomoda- tlon accounts allowed with the un- derttohdlhg the' account Is paybbli when statement is' ' Nurnber Df Words Dp to IS 16 to 20 to 25 to 30 31 to 35 36 to AO 41 to 45 46 to 50 One .60 ,35 1.05 ».20 1.35 1.50 three Six One Days Days Morvlh ,.90 l.SO 4.SO 1.20 2.00 6.00 l.SO 2.50 7.50 1.80 3.00 9.00 2.10 3.50 10.50 2.40 4.00 12.00 2.70 4.50 13.50 3.00 5.00 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY .1 '*lma 75c per inch 3 times 60c per inch 6 tlrrtes SOc per inch Rates quoted above ore for consecutive 'nsertiont. Irregular or skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All tidily classified advertising copy will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted Initials of ono or more letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one Word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ad» Unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad and Iheri for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Rent UNFURNISHED '4 morn house. Hardwood floors, garage. Phone 7-4426. 10-Ot [-T-MITE •a lite Control 'Service Inspection by iUY GRIGG Main St. • 7-3445 or 7-2772 'HREE large furnished rooms. Private bath, upstairs. 203 high Political Announcement The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to the action of the Democratic primary elections: For Mayor B. L. RETTIG H, M. (OL1E) OLSON TALBOT FEILD. -JR. Real Estate for Sale WE Sell-Rent and Buy Real Estate FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13- IMo Wanted WHITE Lady to live in home and care for elderly couple. Call 7-3323 or 7-2633. 13-3t Woman with a pleasing personality for a part time job. Must have car for local uso. Good pay. Hours to convenience of employee. Write Mrs. Mack Stuart, Route 1, Hope. 14-3t Business For Lease ONE SUPER SERVICE Station, 3rd and Laurel. Reasonably priced. See S. L. Murphy for details. 8-tf For Hire Street.' 10-tf NICE'4 room furnished garage apartment. • Also Garage. Phone 7-3497. . ' " : 13-6t MODERN 3' bedroom house. Close- in. f>hohe.7«.2901. ' ' 14-3t FURNISHED 3 room garage apartment Phone 7-2205. 14-3t fRRY'S fe Control Co. , NSURED UARANTEED 'or Free Inspection call ddlebrboks Jr. or 7.-3791 SIX Room Cape Cod House, 27 acres, electricity,. Old Fulton Ply. West. Phone 7-3759.. 14-31 For Sole WANT your vacant lot clipped, pasture mowed or any high grass cut? Phone 7-2204. 15-3t SAND,' * Gravel, topsoll, fll] dirt. Phone 7-4392. A. L. Park. . May 15-1 Mo. COTTON STATES LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Monroe 28 18 .609 El Do'rado 20 20 .565 .2 TWO BEDROOM' hoTne" 1% block from Brookwood School at 819 East 5th. Call 7-5574. 28-tf TWO FRAME homes, with acreage, close-in, low down payment. SAMUELS REAL ESTATE Phone 7-3766. , ,!;;, Jyiay ; 17r.l Mo. Experienced f Mechanics New & Used PARTS SPECIAL! SAVE & Salvage Co. [Wfi|t 3rd Street ' 7 DAYS A WEEK RiEMODELED. tjpright Piano, has inirrow on top. Mahogany finish. Reasonable. Phone 7-^455. 14-6t Hot Springs Greenville Pine Bluff Vicksburg 25 21 .543 3 23 22 .511 4V" 23 23 .500 5 13 34 .277 15'/a Fans Assured Cords Not for Sole ST. LOUIS IB—Members of the St. Louis Cardinals were assured last nisht that Ihe hall club "is hot for sale." Al Fleischman, public relations counsel for Anheuser-Busch Inc. made thc announcement to plays in a clubhouse meeting before the game with Pittsburgh. Fleischman said he was speaking for August A. Busch Jr., president of bolh the brewery and the ball club, who was out, of town. The report the Cards were up for sale was published in a copyrighted story in the New York Herald- Tribune yesterday. Busch denied it then. SPORTS ROUNDUP GAYLE TALBOT. NEW YORK (M—Archie Moore'hit 41 home runs for last year's the old medicine man, looked re- seventh-place Cubs. He s been laxed as a sunning cat as he lay promised a pinch hitting spot now back on his spine before going in and then if he does a good job to sign the official papers for hisldri the practice range. Under Leading B afters in the Majors By United Press LEADING BATTERS (Based on 125 Official At Bats) AMERICAN LEAGUE Player and Club Kaline, Detroit G AB R H Pet. 55 214 44 31 .379 175-pound title fight with Bobo 6l-JHark's revolutionary new scheme,jKuenn.' Detroit 47 190 29 65 .342 son here a week from tonight, ke stroked his black goatee and said he was relaxed too. "Relaxismi that's what I prac- ice, relaxism," he said. "That's how I been able to make weight the way I do. Nobody ever saw me when 1 wasn't relaxed, not even when I was in a fight. I never felt tense during a fight in my life." "You mean to say," he asked, "that you were relaxed £• G - Salsinger, veteran Detroit | zewski, . Redlegs 18; Mays 'ciant- when Harold Johnson knocked you' Tlger Historian, that Cobb argued i n ; .Banks,/ Cubs 14; Mathews down in your other title fight w ^ n an umpire only once in his °—••-- •-•- "-—•--•> A.,, ., .: here? long career. "Never felt more relaxed in my u 1 oce . urre «' haismgei- recalls life," he said. "You saw whaf I when u "l pl . re . T ° m c °™°"y called Cardinals Not Doing So Well Under Walker By ED WILKS 6f The Associated Press ', No wonder Eddie Stanky says - ____ +^ na he doesn't hold a grudge against packing when he began training I To 'place Cobb's hitting in How Do You Figure the U. S. Open? By BOB MYERS SAN FRANCISCO l/P)--Ho-.v you gonna figure the winner of the 105') U. S. Open? The human element is risky enough to assess in a cast of golfers of comparable skill and lem- peraments—particularly when they iange from a stolid Gene Littler to a tempestuous Tommy Bolt. Coupled with these deep uncer- ainties i? the weather. And native TV Cobh ns a fiprv tvnp nf bill I u r, _".,""""" San Franciscans, borrowing a fa- ly Cobb as a ficiy type of b P H-| Home Runs -_Snider. /Dodgers \ mllillt word frutll thc weather bureau, admit that it may be extremely variable during the course of the 3-day, 72-ho!e tournament ho expects his gardeners to catch flies. • .The amazing new Cubs showed these eyes sufficient on their recent call to bring a genuine conviction that they are here to stay and are not just a figment of the imagination. Power, Kan. City 50 192 34 63 .328 Lollar, Chicago i 45 144 24 47 .320 Mantle. N. Y. 59 208 54 64 .308 NATIONAL LEAGUE Ashburn, Phila. 44 170 33 61 .359 Kluszewski, Cin. 51 204 33 69 .338 Long, Ptsbrg. 48 139 22 47 .338 Mueller. N. Y. Snider, Bkn. 53 218 26 72 .330 57 211 53 68 .322 NEW YORK (/PI—One thinks of Campanella, Bkn. 57 211 39 68 .322 Dlaver but it is the rerollorlion nfion ~ '. . ^ ^ el ' out H is inc. recollection O1I20* Cntnmnplln DnHcrm-c 1Q- ti r. <?_,.! ..„; T-.-.:.-!, i • *—Jmpancua, uoageis la, 14; Zt' Mantle, Yankees 14. Alhlofi > 1 - Runs Batted In'— • Snider, Doci- did to Harold pened." after that hap- him out for having stepped across jSi 1 s . ™' m H? Impa " cua i. V. odge " 58; thn nl.nln tn hit I rln, I 1 P "r,,hA! E . n '»s. Ph'»ios 44; Kaline, Tigers the plate to hit a double. y , mkccs The 38.year.old veteran of a mil- ^^^^^ 0 ^^^^lion fights, more or less, looks as taking one away from him." Sal'J^" 18 ~ ™ antlc ' \™ kec * though he might already have shed tells his readers in the Detroit S er> Dod '8 ers " 3 : Bruton. about 20 pounds of the 200 he was New* leaclcis ln thc Detlolt jBraves 49; Smith, Indians 47; Gil- he St. Louis Cardinals for giving lim a boot as manager. Why should he? They've been Vindicating him over since he left, fn three years as manager, •lanky had been accused of qver- managing, taking the game home t night, upsetting clubhouse tran- quillity and other odds and ends n an effort to explain why the lards looked good on paper bul ot in the National League stand- ngs. Hoping a change "might make hings better," the beer barons vho won thc club dispensed with tanky and called in Harry (The Hat) Walker, a ellow. So what happens? Thc Cardi- als lost 12- of 17, slip into ^s nth place and fall 20 games be- J'nd front-running Brooklyn. When Stanky left May 27, thn f ? r Olson. That would leave him ,. P 0dto ' P " ofl nice, easy-going Yesterday's Results Vicksburg 4, Greenville I Hoh Springs 9, Pine Bluff G Monroe 5; El Dorado 4 ";' Today's Games ;'Vicksfitirg at El Dorado Pine B'luff at Greenville Monroe at Hot Springs 2 Bedroom frame .house. Close to both, grade and High School, chittanonun Will'accept $1800.00 down pay- Memrihis Ca^fVSf" ° n ™ nlhly "^'Birmingham can 7-.U28. 15-Gt Atlanta (New Orleans Offered WAITRESS renovation and Inner- ipring work Cobb Mattrejw Co. 810 South Washington, Phone '-2623. Mar. 4-tf MOVING? Long Distance .Moving. All Moving Rates are not the same. Call collect 592 Prescott Transfer and storage Inc. Prescott, Ark. Free Estimate. • May 14-tf HOUSK moving, reasonable rates, Mack Hillery, Prescott, Phone 842-K11. May 23-lMo SERVICES OFFERED .... .... ,..;.... RALPH Montgomery Market, custom slaughtering.. We have meat for your deep freeze. See us before buying; JunelS-l 'Mo. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION '•W L Pet. GB 38 29 .567 ' 34 26 .567 36 28 .563 37 30 .552 1 33 27 .550 ] : Nashville . 31 32 .492 5 Mobile- 26 34 .433 8V- % 7 ards were fifth, 10 games back. Neither Stanley nor Walker can ake a nap apparently. Walker las received just five complete amcs, losing three of them, from is mound staff in the 17 contests. That was the story last night. 'ittsburgh, only 4'/ 2 games behind t. Louis, belted starter I^aj'ry ackson and Brooks Lawrence for ight runs in the foiffth 'attd'-'wofl 0-5. •• • . Dale Long hit a. solo homer in the second and drove in three more runs on a double and bases- loaded single as 13 Bucs came to the plate in the big fourth.. • The runaway Dodgers^ meanwhile, stretched their'lead :tolai',<> games, whipping • Cincinnati* 9-6 fore the weigh-in at noon next Wednesday. Archie said not to worry about him making it. "I won't be as strong as I was when I weighed .196'/z for Nino Valdes (on May 21," he conceded. "I was carrying some extra fat for that one and just felt comfortable. But I won't be fighting as big a man this time and 1 won't need to be so strong. "Some days when I'm taking it off fast, this way I feela little weak. But then I take it easier for a day until my strength returns. Nobody knows me as well as 1 know myself, and nobody else can relax the way I do. Olson couldn't relax during a fight because his style wouldn't let him." NEW YORK MV- Eastern observers didn't cfuit'e know whether to believe everything they" had heard untill the human logjam, warming up pitchers in the team's bullpen while a set of former infielders, two of them raw rookies, made one brilliant play after another in Manager Stan Hack's improbable new outfield. After seeing all that with thoir own eyes on the Cubs' just-com- plcted swing through the East, lo- ral cynics were forced to concede hat the whole thing really is happening. Having gone that far, they xvill not be greatly surprised now if baseball's who-dat club remains Second to. Brooklyn all the way, peril is necessary to realize y six other players ever have* made, over 3,0.00 big league hits—Tris Speaker, Honus Wagner Eddie ' Collins, Np Lajoie, Paul Waner and Adrian Anson. 'Speaker is 'ruhrier-up with 3,515. Onjy .one player suiting up today, Stan Musial, has an o'ulsiclo chance of joining the ,000 .Club, gthe St." Lou! thumper lent into the current season with 2.418 hits. Ted Williams we'rit into 'this season lith 1,937 hits. liam, Dodger.; 45. Hits — Kaline, Tigers 81; Aaron, Braves 73: Mueller, Giants 72; Bruton, Braves 69; Kluszewski, Redlegs 69. PITCHING (Based on 5 Decisions) Pitcher and Club Jeffcoat. Cubs Labine, Dodgers Nr.'wcombe. Dodgers Wyn, Indians Erskint, Dodgers W L Pet. 6 0 1.000 5 0 1.000 10 1 .909 8 1 .880 8 2 .800 Wichita Track Coach Hire dy Arkansas WICHITA iff)—Charles (Ab) Bid- after the 'runner-up ChicagcS^ubs! the ^ iants and Milwaukee looking had lost to the Giants 5-0:*"M;i- as wobbl y as they do. . anc] Saner, who is not good enough to win back 'his outfield. post from In the American, 'the New'-"York ? ob s P ea 'ke. a rookie first base- waukee beat Philadelphia Robin Roberts 4-2. Yankees held on to their' slim 2\' y game lead by beating Detroit 7-6 in 10 innings. Second-place- Chi- cagb beat Baltimore 1-0 and th'ird- ' place Cleveland took two from Washington 6-4 in 11 inning's and Little Rock 18 47 .277 19 Yesterday's Results Birmingham 7, Chattanooga 4 Nashville 9, Atlanta 3 (Only games scheduled) •Today's Games Little Rock at Birmingham Memphis at Atlanta Mobile at Chattanooga New Orleans at Nashville, 2 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GB Funeral Directors OAKCREST Funeral Home. Insurance . . . Ambulance. 2nd & Hazel ... Phone 7-2123. 13-1 Mo. ftpe Star •f'UfM 1IH; frett 1*27 Jqpugry . 1 i. |»jf •"•d'jvery weekdqy afternoon b» 9TAR PUBLISHING CO. I. ffllmer, President Secy-Trw Street HERNDON-CORNELIUS Funeral Home and Burial Association. Prompt Ambulance Service. Phone 7-5570 j)r 7-5505. 28-1 Mo. Notice ., . Monoglng Edltar Advertising Manapei Mech. Supt. « »ecpnd clan matter et Offlcf .r H»po, Arkanim, Artof March 3, JESS Morris for custom slaughter- Ing and processing meats at Community Ifce Co. Phone 72244 or 7-3578. . June 3-1 Mo. WE have purchasers for Homes- Business properly and Farms If you want to sell or rent any of these propertys list with. ' FRANKLIN COMPANY June 13-3t Brooklyn Chicago New York Milwaukee Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburgh 44 13 .772 33.25 .569 Hi. 30 27 .526 14 29 28. .509 15 23 31 .426 191/, 22 30 .423 19'A 22 31 .415 20 " 19 37 .339 24V. Yesterday's Results New York 5, Chicago 0 Brooklyn 9, Cincinnati 0 Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 5 Milwaukee 4, Philadelphia 2 Today's Games Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) at Milwauke Philadelphia (night) Now York at Cliicago Pittsburgh at St. Louis (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Chicago leveland fh# Audit Bur*ou >^ Rotes 'cpoyoWo In ad- f vane*): In .Hope and .««&,• ..,. . ,28 13.00 , Nevada, ond Millfr coun- 2,60 , ^.. . ' ... .v,~,...,,.— 4.50 fc$r ..^..J&M^U.,..,,.,-..-.,.. i.i0 ,^.. !WWM . 3.JS Awnings Canvas Awnings and metal awn- Ings. Manufacture Venetian blinds. Benovatlng old blinds. Rug Cleaning. eOOPER-BLANKENSHIP Formerly Riley Cooper 1615 Texas Aye. Phone 32-1841 Texarkana, Tex. May 144 Mo. WANTED TO BUY t USED GUNS • GAS HEATERS REAVES BARGAIN HOUSE ond PAWN SHOP Washington Kansas City Baltimore W L Pet. GB 39 20 .661 33 19 .635 2V- 35 22 .614 3 ' 30 25 .545 7 26 31 .456 12 22 34 .393 15|< 22 35 .386 16" 18 39 .310 20 Yesterday's Results Boston 12, Kansas City 4 Cleveland 6-3, Washington 4-1 Chicago 1, Baltimore 0 New York 7, Detroit G Today's Games Chicago at Baltimore (2) Cleveland at Washington (night) Detroit at New York Kansas City at Boston U| fpr If* AIR-CONOmONtt Bv The Associated Press AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Omaha 2-5, Toledo 0-1 Charleston 11, Denver 7 Louisville 6, Minneapolis 5 Indianapolis 7, St. Paul 4 TEXAS LEAGUE Beaumont 2-2, Tulsa 1-4 Shreveport 6, Oklahoma City 1 Fort Worth 8, Houston 6 Pallas G, San Antpnio 3 WESTERN LEAGUE Des Mpijies 10, Colorado Springs 9 (15 innings) Wichita 0, Sioux City I Pueblo 10, Lincoln 4 3-1 on rookie Herb Score's, two- hitter? Boston belted Kansas Gib 12-4. Johnny Podr'es won his six'th for Brooklyn, blanking the Redlegs on seven hits. The Dodgers scored six in the second inning, routing losei Johnny Klippstein and Steve Rid zik, as Duke Snider smacked his 20th horncr with two on. At Milwaukee, Eddie Mathew? put it. away for the Braves with a two-run clout in the eighth. Mathews had three of the seven hits off Roberts. Lew Burdette was the winner. Th.e Giants, verbally spanked by Manager Leo Durocher the day before for their lack-luster, play, smeared the. Cubs with three runs in the second on homers by rookie Gail Harris and Willie Mays. It was the fourth major league home run for Harris — all'in the last five games. Ruben Gome? won his third. Sam Jones lost his .eighth. A four-base throwing error by pitcher Al Aber capped a three-run ninth for the Yanks, with Anily -arey racing all' the way around to score the tying run after 'hit- ing in front of the plate, mickfey Mantle then won it with a single in the 10th off George uvcrlfjk aftor a walk and a single. The Orioles' Saul Rogovin walked home the lone White Sox rin eighth. Pitcher Jack Harshman made it four straight for Chicago. Cleveland won its fifth straigh in the nightcap at Washington a Score outiasled his wildness. H walked 11 and hit a batter while striking out six. The opener was won on Dale Mitchell's pinch sin gle in the llth after Ralph Kiner hil a pinch homer to tie 'it at with two out in the ninth. Norb Zauehin and Ted Williams balled in seven of Ihe Red Sox's runs in the slugfesl at Boston auohin homered in an eight-run third. Williams hil his fifth home run and doubled twice, lifting his average to .378. man ' fr °m D es Molnes in Class A, Chuck Dressen, who hasn't dodged an issue yet, says that Bob Turly of the Yankees" is throwing the faslesl ball in the American League today, but thai .Herb' v ' e11 ' honcl track coach at Wichita Score, the Cleveland rookie has a' U - sincc 194( >. has resigned to ac"liver" fast one. . . The Washing-1 ce ' :)t a similar post at University ton Senators could have had Al of Arkansas. Kaline, the beauty from Balti- Bidwell, who also has headed more, by meeting Detroit's $13 000 w 'chita's physical education de- • -- ' parlmcnt since 1948, said "Arkansas offered facililies . and opportunities I couldn't resist." Bidwell is a 1935 graduate of Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg. . His Wichita U. track teams won five seconds, four thirds and one fourth in Missouri Valley Conference meets. Earlier this year Arkansas hired Wichita U.'s he:.id football .coach, ack Mitchell. Arkansas Athletic Director John Parnhill also announced that Bill Pace, another Wichita coaching alumnus, was scheduled to leafe his job as assistant Razorback foot ball coach for 21-month tour in the Army., Bidwell has 22 years of experience as basketball .and football official from high school to Big Sel'en level. He "holds a master degree from] Colorado State. I Fights Losr Nsght By The Associated Press Miami Beach. Fla. — Willie Pep 128'i/4, Hartford, stopped MickV-y Mars, 126. Cleveland 7 ' , Fre'eport, N. Y. — Rihzi Nocero, 157'/ 4> Brooklyn, outpointed ' Vic Cardell, 153, Hartford. 10. Boston Bob Murphy, , , Boston, outpointed Fitzie Pruden 148, Patterson, N. J. 8. ' APPOINTED LITTLE ROCK OB—J. M. Spicer Of Stuttgart has been named by Gov. Orval Faubus to a 2-year term on the Arkansas State Plant. Board, • succeeding Charles Raysdale, also of Stuttgart, whose term ixpired. thai slarls tomorrow. Everyone concedes that this 55th annual money battle is a wide open proposition with all contestants aiming at the crown worn by plucky.Ed Furgol of St. Louis. The selling is the Olympic Country Club lake course, an up-and- down plot of green land, heavily bordered by cedars, fir and eucn- lyplus. stretching some 6,700 yards inland a half mile from the Pacific Ocean. It can be foggy, particularly in the early morning and late afternoon. It can be somewhat windy, and it can be damp or downright ( squishy from either the fog. clri/.- zle or rain. And it can get bitter Raroly does the U. S. Open offer such a variable prospect as one. Gary Middlccoff, the Masleis champion; Gene Littler, big Mike- Soucnak, Julius Boros. the 1952 winner at Dallas; slender Dick Vlayer, and Sam Snead, still seeking his first U. S. Open title -- .hesc and many more are men- ;ioncd as distinct possibilities. And never to be forgotten is Ben I'ogan. Hogan, still a threatening figure, las won this tournament imes. There is no doubt he wants o become the only man to be a 'ive'-time champion. About 34 per cent of the spectacles worn in the United States are bifocals or trifocals. Highway 67 East 7 re Ihvited to Attend Our OPEN Saturday, June 18th from 4 to 8 p. m. We want each of you to visit us Saturday, June 18 during our Open House from 4 to 8 P. M., and see our modern — Air Conditioned newspaper building. We will be looking for you so make your plans now to be here Saturday. Kentucky's .REA-financed far power lines report that monthly consumption increased from 90 kwh oer farm in 1947 to 205 kwh in 1954. Baptisl Brot. 4, Hope Bev. 3 Standnlgs! W L Dynaflows 4 0 •BS 31 3wens Baptist Brot. ions iope Beverage Big League Scores: Nashville 12, Coca Cola 1 Hope Star 10, Rotary 1 There have be^ji onjy |pu.r of the pup l^tfng seven total * FAVORS FOR THE LADIES * * FAVORS FOR THE MEN * $50.00 in Merchandise Certificates to be Given Away at Drawing Saturday Just come in and register during our open house and at a drawing we will award $50.00 in merchandise certifcates. $25 First, $15 Second and $10 Third place. You do not have to be present to win. These certificates good at any Hope Star advertiser. ^^^1^^^ ^1^^ ^^BBWH^w MRHhiv i „ r%^ Wednesday, June 1$, 1*55 B • 9 i I t A i . HP H. A > t A * i A I I? Oikfc YMftf 02 AIR IK! 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