The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on October 15, 1911 · Page 23
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0 THE REGISTER AND LEADER: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1911. 4&. !9 ATHEWSON REAL BASEBALL WONDER Giant Star Regarded as Greatest Twlrler in History of National Game.' A MARVEL FOR DECADE lias Pitched Consistently Year After Vear Since Came Prom College Back in ' . . 1000. .. . .,. A man who can so through a season lth a. blj? league cluib and pitch between thirty and forty-eight (tames and wind Ui with a winning mark of .'6S9 Is some pitcher. A man who. can continue this ellp for five years 1m a sensation. One who can keep up this gait for eleven lonj; seasons is a marvel. That's our introduction to Christy Slathewson,-the great twirk-r of the New York Giants. From the time ho pitched his first game for Nwfr-rk back on July 17, WW, to tho proWTii, Matty is credited with 2t vk'torli'rtfu.'ij uo defeats. His best year wag in fi'''l, when he won 35 of his ilt games il l' a notch of .su and won the Jennantj.,r the Giants. Matty came tack in 1!m5 and won another flag for Gotham, toppling over the foe in tfl of his 40 Htaru. And from then on there has been no Clio to hold a match alongside uf tills peerless "Klg Six." I Now comes the world series, with the Glum to face the Athletics in the annual baseball Derby. McGaaw has "Hubs" Marquard, but neither tho elongated southpaw, nor any other member of the National ItaKue crew is going to outshine Christy. It la the right wing on the fame of Muthewson that undoubtedly will result in either making the Giants the world's champions once more or having the Athletics continue supreme. We review the remarkable work on the hill of Mathewson in games against the A. L. ' and we find that only once in eight games has he, been beaten,' MatheWson started out by taming tho Athletics In three straight. Nary a run did the big youth allow In the ttventy-seven lnnlnKs. Then In BUS, against the Boston Hed Sox, he won his first game, 4 to 2, and lost to Kay Collins, 2 to 0, in the next. Last October came tlie fall series for the prize of New York. The Yankee moti-rs were singing the praise of Huss Ford, then the phe-nom along Broadway. Mathewson again won three games and gave the Giants the honors. But that Isn't all. He started out by whiffing fourteen Yanks, and followed this up with nine strikeouts and eight, making twenty-sevn in the three games. Mean down the list of no-hit games and we find that Matty has pitched two of them. The first was against the. Car dinals on July la, Jinn, and the second against the Cubs on June 13, 1W5. Following Is Mathewson's big league pitching record from his debut to the present day: Year. W. L. i'ct 30 0 3 .0 ,f... , Z) V! .Ml una, i 13 l .4i'j , so 13 .m mi 35 8 .814 19(i 31 .7(5 90i , SS 13 Mi 1W7 24 13 M' VM 37 It .7)1 r.Kift a .win lOlii j. 27 .VM 1511 21 12 .61)' 'iVilals,. ...28S 130 BULLDOGS SWAMP 'BAPTIST ELEVEN .CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. five yard line, but a poor pass spoiled his effort. Des Moines lost and was rorceu back to five yard line. Davis punted out, and Simons tried another kick. A poor pass again spoiled the attempt and Gnagey was tackled for a loss when he tried to run with tne trail. About this time Dram was Injured and was replaced ' by Lapliam. Drake rushed the ball down to the six yard line on a series of plunges by Simons and I'elke and the quarter ended with the bull but a few yarda from the goal. Lansing Sent In. At , the start of tho second quarter Lansing went in for Gnagey and Crowell replaced Mlnard. Drake lost the ball on downs within the shadow of the goal posts and Davis booted out of danger. Lansing made a brilliant return of fifteen yards. ' He fumbled on tho next down and Des Moines recovered the ball The Tigers tried a forward pass which McCrelght intercepted by leaping high in the air. Ho made fifteen yards before being tackled. Felko was used against the right side of Des Moines' line Ave times in succession, and with seven to gain went over the' line for the first score, filinon kicked goal The next touchdown came shortly aft er also at the north goal. Drake rushed the ball down the field, losing on downs once or twice, but starting the rushing all over again. Simons hurled a perfect pass to Lansing- who ran thirty yards for a touchdown In a clear field. Bimons kicked the goal.. ' Drake again started rushing the ball down the held, the Maptlsts being driven back Irresistibly.. Drake lost on a fum ble near tho goal line and after Davis had kicked out. Simons made a place irk from the forty yard lino. The last uchdown In this quarter came on a toi fard pass from Simons to lansing. Sines John Quit Drinking By John's Wife Csea Golden Remedy, The Great Homi Treatment For Drunkards, Odorless and Tasteless-Any lr Cat Give It Secretly At Home la lea, Coffee Or food. Costs Nothing To Try. If you have a husband,' son, brother, father or friend who Is a victim of liquor, all you have to do la to send your name and addresi on the coupon below. You may be thankful aa long as you live that you did It. FREE TRIAL PACKAGE COUPON. Dr. J. W. fHalneg Company, 1817 Glenn Bdg., Cincinnati, Ohio. Please send me. absolutely free, by return mall,, In plain wrapper, so that no one ran know what It contains, a trial package of Golden Remedy to prove that what you claim for It Is true in every respect. Name Street CHy , PLAY ARMY POST TKAM WHICH HAS 09T BDT FIVE OUT OF THIRTY-ONE GAMES l'LAYED. Top row Left to right: 'Wrlrrht, ef; Wesotowskl, ss;. Second row-De Her mlda, manager: rilmer, Sb; Punn. Wilson, lb; Myers, assu man. Bottom row Carter, lb; Weir, rf; Marshall, p; Moore, c; Kblin, p; Uulaslnger. 12b; Lansing ran about twenty yards for the tally. The goul was added. Des Moines opened the third quarter with a show of fight and succeeded in getting the ball Into Drake territory for a little while. Simons kept up a kicking tama and Drake got possession oi me ball on the thirty-yard lino. Falling to gain Simons tried another place kick and succeeded. Drake made their final touchdown of the game towards the end of the quar ter, taking the ball down the fieki on a series of forward passe and line plunges. Simons tlnaly went over the goal line but failed to kick the goal. The ball see-sawed back and forth during the final session, neither side scoring, tit mong resorted to a kicking game to save Drake's line from being crossed. Drake played almost entirely on the defensive In this quarter, and kicked almost as soon as they got the ball. The game ended with the ball in the center of the field In Des Moines' possession. Score: Drake 2), Des Moines 0. The Lineup. DRAKE. DES MOINES. McCrelght . . . . R. K.U. K. Nutt Minard K. T. ,. T Pease Crull K. G. I,. G Slfert Colvtlle C. C Reppert Hofnian L. G. R. G. Dram McCormlck . . . . L, T. 11. T. McCrae CarlBon ....... L. K. It. K Corrle Gnagey Q. II. P Davis Felke R. H. ,. H Johnson Simons L. H. It. H Fansler W eat hern-ax . .F. B.F. B Trafton Substitutions Strahm, Crowell, Lansing, Warren, Mason, Ralph Carlson, Rurcham, Schouboe, Gillette, Lapham, Sherwood. Carter. Score by quarters: Drake '. 21 I 929 Des Motne 0 0 0 00 Summary Touchdowns, Kelke, Simons, Lansing 2; goals, Simons 3: field goals, Simons 2. Referee, I'orter (Maine). Field judge, Hoffman. Umpire, Umbarger (Yale). Head linesman, Warrlner. SOX DOWN THE . CUBS IN SLUGGING BEE CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. Members of tooth teams participated after the game In a programme of athletics. urowns-American ab. h. n. ru.A.ji. Shotton, cj Austin, 3b .. Hogan, If .... Laporte, 2b .. Compton, rf Kutlnu, lb ... flu III nun, ss . Krltehell, 0 .. George, p ... Totals Cardinals Hugglns. 2b .. ....33 10 14 27 19 2 AB. R. H. PO.A.E. (lakes, of 6 Konetchy, lb 6 Fvans. rf 2 Kills, If 4 Hauscr. ss 4 Mowrey, 3b 2 Bliss, c i Geyer. p 2 Golden, p 0 Watklns, p 2 Totals 2 7 24 13 1 Score by innings: Browns 1 0 1 2.1 1 8 1 -10 Cardinals 1 00010000-2 Summary Two base nit, Konetcny, three base hit, Kutina; sacrifice hits, Austin, Hallinan. Hogan, Kutina; double plavs, George to Austin to Kutina, Hallinan tn l.unnrte to Kutina: stolen bases. Shotton 2, Konetchy, Mowrey Hogan; hit by pitched ball, by George (fcvans), Wat-kins (Krltehell); wild pitch, Geyer; bases on balls, oft George (i, off Geyer 1, off Golden 2, off Wllkins 1; struck out, by Geyer 1, by Wllkins l; hits, ort ueyer s in 4 Innings, off Golden 0 In 0 Innings, but two on bases, off Watklns In 4 innings; left on basos. Cardinals 11, Browns 8. Time of game, 1:08. Umpires, Perrine and Johnstone. Split Doublcheader, CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 14. Cleveland and Cincinnati spilt even In a double-header here today, the games "being the third and rourtn or tne interieague series to decide the championship of Ohio, and Cleveland, by winning the second game, barely escaped losing the series in lour straight. The games now stand 3 to 1 in Cincinnati's favor. Cleveland looked to have the first game easily won when the ninth Inning rolled arouud, but Cincinnati by a desperate rally, scored four runs and then won In the eleventh on Hoblltzell's single. Rates' sacrifice, Marstan's double and Egan's lnglo. The second game was called at the end of the sixth Inning because of darkness. FlrBt gamo: Tim score: R.H.E. Cincinnati .0000100 040 2-7 14 0 Cleveland 0 00O02210OO-6 9 2 Batteries Gaspar, rTomme ana McLean, Clarke; Krapp, Haskette and Easterly. Umpires, lUgler (National) and Evans (American). Second game: Tha score: R.H.E. Cincinnati 0 0 0001-1 6 1 Cleveland 0 1 1 o -6 8 o liatterles Humphrlls, Boyd ana Clarke; James and Easterly. Umpires Rigler and Evans. CORNHUSKERS BEAT AGGIES Nebraska Overwhelms Knnsnns In Yesterday's Football Game. LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 14. With a much heavier line, and a backfleld that also slightly overbalanced that of the oppos ing team. Nebraska had no trouble de feating Kansas Agricultural college to day bv tho one-sided score of Bit to 0. The Kansans, never on tho offensive, made a good defensive showing in the first two quarters, Jioldlmg the Corn-hunkers to a single touchdown and goal kicks for each period. Substitute backs for Nebraska In the last two quarters fairly torn up the Kansas line, Racely and Rusell making long end runs re peatedly, and scoring almost at will. Tho forward pass was used by the local team to some advantage. YOST ATHLETES VICTORIOUS Michigan Has Tough Struggle With Aggies. LANSING, Mich., Oct. 14. University of Michigan defeated Michigan Agricultural college this afternoon by a score of 15 lo 3 the Yost athletes making their scores in the second half. During the first two periods Michigan twice carried the ball within five yards of a touchdown, but each time its opponents held th visiting athletes for downs. The last two periods Michigan went Into the game with a vengeance, Thomp-son and Wells Ixith scoring touchdowns. Conklin also kicked a goal from the Held, as well as two goals after touchdowns. Tho farmers scored three points when 1III1 negotiated a goal from the field. Eagle Coal li Good Coal. Walnut 1061. ALL-STAR TEAM m $m PROMOTERS' GREED ' HAY REPEAL LAW Boxing Situation in New York Such That Frawley Bill Is in Danger. ROOSEVELT COMMENTS l'ormer President Reviews Fight Game and Says Conditions Are . Becoming Worse Instead of Better. NEW YORK, Oct 14.-The boxing situation In New York is In a state of chaos and It Is by no means improbable that before another year has passed the Frawley bill, which legalizes fighting in this state will be repealed. There Is a strong element in the state which li utterly against prize fighting in any form which already is using effect ively the deadlock In the state boxing commission, the disgraceful conduct of some of the fights held under the new law and the refusal of tight promoters to comply with the law. These things bid fair to line up against the law the great controlling mass of citizenship which, while favorable to boxing, has no patience with tha commercialism and rowdyism which marks the fights in this city. Former President Roosevelt comment ing on the situation, said: i nave always been rona of boxing and have always believed In it as a vigorous, manly pastime which encourages such essential virtues as courage, hardy endurance and self-control. "Until within a few years ago I used to box a good deal myself and when I was young several times took part -In contests of a public nature, I think boxing Is a sport which should be encouraged among boys and young men generally. I have been very glad to help It so far as I could In the army and navy, where I believe It Is a good thing tor ine enusiea men. Discourages Gun Flghtning. "When I was police commissioner was struck by a statement mada tr mn by Jacob Rlls that the establishment of ooxing ciuds in the poorer districts had resulted In good In rather unexpected ways; that It had not only given tho vigorous young fellows who otherwise would Join 'f anas' an outlet for their activities, but also markedly reduced the number ot affrays In which the knife was used. 'The spirit produced by the boxing art naa tola against lighting with weapons and distinctly discouraged foul piay. "Therefore, from every standpoint believe In the encouragement of boxing as a sport. Moreover, boxing as a pro- icssion naa maoe good also. Among tne men whose friendship and whose re gard I have really valued 1 could name numoer or professional boxers. The men to whom I refer I have found square, decent men, who showed them selves good citizens when their good ciur.eiiBiiip was le&tca. "1 approved of the movement, which at tne lime that 1 was police commiS' sioner, resulted In the enactment of a law permitting contests between ni-n. fesslonal boxers under conditions which were meant to safeguard the sport against brutality and other evils which lhave everywhere resulted sooner or later in the suppression ot th prize ring. 1 HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. The following transfers of realty were mi ratgra eaturoay, yet. 14, ml: Benj. D. Wheeler, single to Harriet H. Sweet, w. 2-J of u in m v Washington Place .' S 5,500 . -uu "ingle, to Mabel Cook Walton, s. 10 ft. lot and n. 25 ft lot 8, blk. 4, Monell's add.... Atwatcr L. Cook, single to Grace Cook Schwartlng, n. 67 ft lot 6, blk. 4, Monell's add., Executors Atwater Cook, deceased, to Lizzlo R. cook, lots 21 to 2C, lilk. , York's Choice Heirs of Atwater Cook to Lizzie It Cook, nV4 lot 4, blk. 4, Monell's add., and lots 21 to 26, blk. 9. York's Choice 77, Heirs of Atwater Cook to Alice Cook De Marce, a lot 4, blk. 4, Monell's add I J. Kasson and wife to John Porter Garmong, wH lots 35 and 36, Ira W. Anderson's Cottage Grove add Cora M. Holmes, unmarried, to 1,300 Delia J. Mellor, lot 149, Polk Place. 1 O. H. C'asebeer and wife to Harry Cree, lot 4, Uoilinson's add 8,000 raiiin ij. ji.aion and husband to Jas. Karl Howard, lot 18, Wood's add.. Jennio Palmer, unmarried, to Uuf-fon & Walker, lots 4 to 7, Palmer lace ... Lottin I. French and huHband to Lafayette Young, Jr., lots 31 and SI, blk. B, Gil-Mar Park J. Gottlieb and wife to Aaron and Max L. Turner, w. 1-6 lots 13 and 14, blk. H, Scott & Dean's add.,.. Kate H. Bates and husband to Ks-tlier Davidson, lot 10. blk. jr. Day's lbO 1,000 7,000 aId Rose D. Wheeler and husband to 2,050 Nettie r. Astleford, wtt wH sw!i nwVi BwV 2C-T9-24 Alice B. Flrady and husband to the Andel Trust Co., lut 36, blk. 7, Sunysidn Heirs of William liellalrs, deceased, to Frank C. Bellalrs, lot IS, blk. 6, Valley Junction Heirs of William Bellalrs, deceased, to Eliza M. Colley, lot 24, Nut-tail's add. to Valley Junction Heirs of William Bellalrs, deceased, to John M. Bellalrs lot 1, blk. 17, 1st add. to Valley Junction. ........ Heirs of William Bellalrs, deceased, to Rebecca J. Bellalrs, lots 14 and 15, blk. 18, 1st add. to Valley Junction John Cluen to Sarah K. Cluen wife, lots 17 and IS, Greenwood Place... Robea-t B. Peters and wife to Ernest R. Lucas, lot 43, Ernhurst. II. J- Tlllla and wife to Andel Co., part lot 86, blk. 7. Sunnyslde. ...... William ftllurnv Guff and wife to Andel Co., part lot 38, blk. 7, Sunnyslde 1,000 MARRIAGE LICENSE RECORD. Name and Residence, Age. W. W. Dennis, elty .... MagdeJcna Smith, city TODAY if; saw several of these boxing contests In which the Intent ut' the law was carried out In good faith. Moving Pictures Had. "Nevertheless, even under this law abuses occurred and finally one or two fights took place where the conduct was so scandalous that when 1 was governor I was obliged to advocate and finally secured the repeal ot the law under which the contests took place, feeling convinced, together with tho great majority of citizens of the state, that under It almost all that made prize fighting objectionable and demoralizing had gradually been revived. "Now, this was my experience, the experience of a man who so far from being prejudiced against boxing, was and It. a warm advocate of It, and who, at the outset, had not the slightest prejudice against professional boxing, and who has numbered among his friends many men vho were proiesi-lonala and who had fought for money prizes. "The conditions surroudlng the ring have grown worso Instead of better. The money prizes fought for are enormous and are a potent source for demoralization. They are so often arranged as a premium on crookedness or else they re-ward almost equally the man who falls and the man who succeeds. "The gambling is thoroughly bad and the moving picture part of the proceedings has Introduced a new method, of money-getting and of demoralization." HARVARD SCORES EIGHTEEN Crimson Keats Williams On Old Stjle of Play. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Ort. 14,-Harvard scored three touchdowns and three goals on Williams today, winning by the score of IS to 0. The three Harvard scores were made on straight inarches down the field. Forward passes were few. The only one Harvard tried was well done, but gained nothing. The lineup: HARVARD. Smith L. E. Jenks L, T. Leslie It. G. Storer C. Fisher R. O. Gardner R. T. Howard It K. ?otter Q. Wendell I. H. Reynolds R. H. Blackall F. B. WIIJJAMS. L. E Vlnal L. T Btelnlett U G Lothman C Anderson R. O Mitchell R. T Walker R. E Rice O Fish L. H Nagle R. It. ..Chamberlain K. B ...J under Summary Substitutions: Harvard. Fel ton for Smith, Stlne for Jenks, Parmen-ter for Storer, Storer for Parmentei, Hitchcock for Gardner, Dana, Hollister, Mllholland and Llnguard for Howard, Freediin for Potter, Frothlngham for Wendell, Campbell for Reynolds and Grausteln for Blackall. Williams; Oakes for Lothman, Lothman for Oakes. Score: Harvard 18. Williams 0. Touchdowns: Wendell 2. Campbell; goals from touchdowns, Smith 2, Hollister, Umpire, Pendleton of Bowdoln; head linesman, An drews ot Yale. Time, four 12 minute periods. Quakers Win. PITII.ATELPIHA. Pa.. Oct. 14. With b excentlon of a single period when the team was weakened by substitutes, Pennsylvania had no trouble In defeating VUlanova today by the score of 12 to 0. 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H -All automobile road records were broken In the Santa Monica automobile races today. Charles Merz, in a National 40, won the heavy car race with an average of 74.4 miles an hour. Harvey Horrk k, In another National 40, won the free-for- all, averaging 74.9 miles an hour, and for the third time lowering the American road record. In the heavy car race, Merz's record of 74.4 miles supplanted that of Navarro, made in Paris In law. The only accident of the day occurred at the sharp Nevada avenue turn. Kn-dlcott, in an Interstate, blinded by the smoke from the Mat exhaust, failed to make the turn and crashed Into the fence. The car was damaged badly and was withdrawn. Endleott escaped with a sprained arm and several famines. Walnut Loses. HARLAN, la., Oct. 14. 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Chicago Express ... Ml. 6;35am.Centennial State Special :60 pro ROCK ISLAND TRAINS GOINO BAST. u 0:npm.,.. Local Passenger ' ;. 4:43am...Hocky Mt. Limited... 4:43 m Local passenger .... v:sm i-57am... The Mountaineer ...13:02 pm Chicago Local 13:30 pm 4 05 pm... .Mall and Express.... 4:15 pm 9-12 pm.Colnrado-Callfornla E. 9:17 pm 10 :30 pm..Chlcago-Nebraska Ex..10:40 pm ... ROCK ISLAND TRAINS QOINO WEST. 8:05 am The Mountaineer..... ,j:20am 7-40am.... Iowa Limited .... s:4Sam , 8-36 am. Colorado-California Em. 8:40am ,. 11:15 am East Mail l:2Tm 4 80 pm.... Local Passenger .... 4:40 pnn 6:23 pm... Rock Mountain Ltd... S;2S pm 9:00 pm.... Local Passenger DE9 MOINES VALLEY DIVISION. ! J l6pm.Des Moines & Keokuk, 11:65am., 1015 pm. Des Moines & Keokuk. 5:30 am . 10-25am Eldon :15pm.i 4:Wpm....61bIey-Sloux Falls.... :05 pm W INTERSET ft INDIANOLA BRANCH. . H lOam.Wlnterset Indianola. :MU 4 26 pm.Wlntersflt & I ndiauola. 8:40 am , I Jin Indianola 11:30 am 7:45 pm Indianola ...11:00 pm a ss pm.Wlnterset & Indianola. 4:80 pm 2 00 pm Indlao 1:00 pm GREAT WESTEH-OOINO NORTH." 8 00m....Twln Clty-CaL Ex..., ;: ' 4 36 pm Oelweln LocJ I ..... H:M pm 8 10 pm..Twln Clty-ChL Ltd... 9:25 pm GREAT WESTERN-GOING! SOUTH. . 7-30am..Bouthwestern Limited.. 7:60 Sat 1218 pm.. Kansas City Special ..njjSOpm 10;10pm..K. C. Night Eprea..nO: pm BURLINGTON. " 100 pm... Peoria ft Chicago ... 12:16 pm.. ..Peoria ft Chicago.... T:Mpm 85pm..Den. Mil.. Pao. Coast.. J OOam 10 20 am Southwest low..... 13:46 pm 1105 pm.. BUI. ft Paolfie Coast.. 4;10pm C. M. ft ST. P. KAIL WAT. '. 7:60 pm.... Spirit Lake Local.... I J91 ' l:00pm..Sloux City ft Oman.. 4:36 pm 120 pm Madrid ft Boon..... 9:80 am lli4pm.... Chicago Special .... 10:35 anv;! 10:35 am.... Chicago Limited ....'lOpm - 11-40 pm Boone Local ...... J:pm. 1 5flam..Sloux City ft Omaha.. 9:80 am . 9 30am... Overland Limited ... 3:894U MINNEAPOLIS ft ST. LOUIS. ' 7-15 am. .Ft, D.i Minn, ft St P.. fiSipm , 7:30 Dm.. Ft.' D., Minn. & 8t. p.. 6:15 am ' ma. Mum Ft. r A (i. Local. , 6 :90 pm . 2:50 nm.Ft. D.. Spancar. B'vtlU. UWM6-L? WABASH RAILWAY. M Mm..SL L. ft K. C. Paas.. liOpni 'u nm.St. Tj. ft K. C. Express. 7 (10 pm. St. Paul ft Minneapolis. 1M',,, 11:00am Mason City 8:19 pm-, 7:00 am. St. Paul ft Minneapolis, Kpm . Indicates daily. . " FT. D., D. M. ft 8. RT. , , t Cars leave Des Moines tori . , - , Fort Dodge and Boone 6:40 a. m ( eept Sunday), 7:20 a. ra., 9:10 a m., 11:14 , a, m 1:10 m., 8:10 p. m., 6:60 p. m.. 7:00 p. ra. Saturday only for Boons, 11:09 P. m. , Ames-8:00 a. m., 10:08 a. tn., 13:08 p. nr., , 1:05 p. m., 4:05 p. m., 9:05 p. m., 7:00 p. ra"' '' Saturday only, 11:00 p. m. Rockwell Clty-6:40 a. m. (except luti'"'1' sy). 7:20 a. m.. 9:10 a. m.. 11:W a. u;tfV 1:10 p. m.; 8:10 n. m.. 6:30 a m. failed, !l.f ft

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