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Blytheville, Arkansas
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FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 8, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Extra Inning Jinx Nips Yankees 3-2; Indians Grab Pair Bj Jack Hand A»»od«l€d rtem SporU Wrlitt Cleveland's flair for winning exll . a imlillK g&mcs mean the ditiej'ence in the American Leaxiie pennant race. \\ hile theleading New York Yankees have blown eight of 11 overtime decisions, the 1948 world champions have copped 12 of 13. As a result the Indians today are only »Vt games out of first place. *—— .— '. Not since mid-May have the Yanks faced such a direct threat as holh Cleveland and Boston now present. The Red Sox, winning rmie of 11 since returning lo Fen- jfy Park, now are only five games Behind New York. That old extra Inning I rouble felled the Yanks asiain yesterday when they lost to Detroit in 11 innings, 3-2. Pat Mullin who miir- ders New York pitching, broke up Ihe came with his fourth single of the day. scorins Edrile Lake. Vie Rase-Ill, who has lost onlv six wli'le winniii" 15. suftored liis third s.elh.ick by Detroit, a club he hasn't beaten. Tiilie Takes Two Cleveland pulled another Ion-; came out of (he fire, triniiniiij Washington. 6-3. in 12 inninas lo lake the fust of their twiliaht- nieht donbleheader. Then (he Indians proceeded to humble the Senators. 14-1, f or a clean sweep on Bnbby Feller's six h liter. Dale Mitchell led the assault on four Washington pitchers with five hits as Feller struck out nine. The slugging Boston Red Sox didn't have fo go overtime, smothering the St. Louis Browns. 12-2 with 14 hlis. Dom DiMa»f;to. still on a consecutive game hitting spree that has reached 31. took over the Irasue batting lead at .347 with two hits. A scheduled Chlcaso-Philadcluhia ni3ht game was postponed on account of rain. Cards anrl Dodgers Win Both the St. Louis Cardinals and Brooklyn Dodgers went on double- Uirnre batting sprees to keep step fli the National League race where the Cards still hold a half game margin. St. Louis routed Boston. 10-2 to make it three out of four over the defending chumps. R on Northey homered and Stan Musial and Red Schoendienst each had three hits in the n-hit barrage. Home ,-uns by Gil Hodges, Duke Snider and Tommy Brown led Brooklyn's 14-hit attack in an 11-3 romp over Pittsburgh. Don Newcombe, although tagged for 11 hits hum; up win No. 10. Chicago's Johnny SchmiU ended two streaks, tlie New York Giants' six-game winning string and Ihe Cubs eight-game losing slump, with « 1-0 shutout victory. Andy Pafko provided the lone run In the second inning with a homer off Larry Jansen. The Giams got only three hits Oincmnatt marie it four in a row' a new high for the Fieds this season by taking a pair from Ihe sinking Phillies. 8-5 and 9-1. Bruce Woodcock Hurt In Accident; British Title Match Postponed LONDON'. Aug. 5-1-1',-The Bruce Woodcock-Lee Savold fight Sept'. 6 for l!,c British version ot the world heavyweight boxing title was postponed today. Injuries Woodcock suffered yesterday when his truck 1m the road near Doncastcr were "hen as the reason. A new date for the fight will be announced Monday. An announcement from the Don- casler rjoyal Infirmary said tlie British heavyweight champion had a severly bruised shoulder, but that there were no broken bones or Internal injuries. His car struck a Irre. -Slum Starts Weekday* ?:IMl p I alurda) and Sunday: Conlina ihowini (mm 1:1)0 p.m. Friday & Saturday (DOUBLE I-KATUKE) 'Thunder Mountain' ivilh Tim Unit "Riverboat Rhythm" with l.eoti Krrol Serial: "Son nt the Guardsman' Chapter in Also ('arloon SAT. OWL SHOW AT II P.M. "DOCKS OF NEW ORLEANS" Kith Roland Winlrrn I) »< "Charlie Chan" Serial: "Mysterious Mr. M" Chapter S Also Cartoon Sunday * MonrlRy (DOUBLE FKATLRE) "THE PIRATE" with .Judy Girland and G«n« Kelljr IF YOU KNEW SUZIE with Eddie C»nt«r • nd JO*B Al» C«rioon * Late World News EARLY DRAW—Archer Joe Driver shows two - yc-ar - old daughter lio-.i- In handle long how in Afhcvillc. N.C. The Cherokee Indian participated in Southe.islern Archery Tournament al Hcnt Creek Ranch. Holcomb Sees Its Return Spoiled by Jonesboro's Sox HAYTI. Mo., Aug. 5—The state champion Holcomb cardinals had their Hayti homecoming spoiled last niglit, dropping a 10-7 tilt lo the Jonesboro. Ark., Red Sox. Melvin Brown went Ihe route for the. visitors while Loyci Fisher started for the Cards but retired with a 4-^ lead in the third. Young Gary .Biaylcck look over for Ihe Cards but corldn't hold the nurd-hitting visitors. The Cardinals rallied for two In the eighth and Lou Weiss pitched the final two Innings, giving up one run. In the pre-garne ceremony, the Hotcomb team was presented with the state semi-pro championship trophy by Mayor John Wilks. Loyd Fisher received a trophy as the outstanding pitcher in the state tournament completed last »eek at Jefferson city. Next Friday the Patloil Dairy team of Springfield. Mo., which was rnnnernp in Ihe stale lourney. will come here lor a three-game series. The Cardinals will represent Missouri in Ihe national semi-pro tournament in Wichita. Kans., begin- ing August 13. Furlough, in Tokyo Pfc. John H. Nave of Blytheville recently spent a furloigh at a special service hotel in Tokyo, where he has been since last September. He is with the grard section it Sugamo Prison in Tokyo. McMath to Speak NEWPORT. Ark., Aug. 5. (API _ Governor McMath will be the featured speaker here tonight at the annual meeting of the Farmers Electric Co-operative Corporation. Former Governor Keen Johnson of Kentucky also U scheduled to speak. NfW .M.iline* Saturday « Sunday Sat.-Sun | n . m Cont SJ| OWI1 Manila, Ark. st.i, w * e Friday "Th« Rim of the Canyon" with Gtn« Aulry Also Shnrls Saturday "OUTLAWS OF PINE RIDGE" with Don Barry AM Shorts Saturday Owl Show "FORBIDDEN STREET" wllh Dana Andrewi Alwi Short Sunday & Monday "KNOCK ON ANY DOOR" with Humphrey Boxart an* J«h» Dcnk Aim Shorts MolormenWin Tight Mound Duel Take 1-0 Decision From Phillips in Extra Inning Gam* The Blythevllle Motor Company Motormeii scored H run in Ihe ninth inning on « passed ball to nose out th« Phillips Motor Fordmen 1-0 In an extra-Inning City Soflball l.eafine thriller al Walker Park last night. Outfielder R»be Carson slid home with the game's lone score ui the top half of the ninth inning to break up a light pitching duel be- Iween Torn Ivey of tlie Fordmen and Eiwin Jones of the Motorrncn. Not only did Carson score the only run but he also collected Blvthe- ville Motor's only hit oft Ivey when lie doubled 10 open the ninth frame. Carson went to third on nu Infield error and scored when Ford- men catcher. Lloyd Koont*. let a pitched ball get by him. Tlie play at home was close but Carson slid under Ivey who was covering home on the play. The game was a pitchers' duel from the very start with both Jones and Ivey showing great form. Jones however, was louched for four hits to Ivey's one but he fanned IS over tlie nine-inning route to Ivey's six Ivey yielded four bases on ba'lls and Jones allowed only one. The win moved the Mntonncn into second place a half-same ahead of the Fordinen-and a half- B«me back of the league-leading, Ark-Mrj Know-alters. The victory! gave the Motormen a season record of nine wins against three losses ar.dit Icfl Phillips with a 9--1 record. 1-asl night's second game was also a nine-inning job with the Jaycees engine (he Owens Druggists 5-4 in two extra frames. Though not as exciting as the Fordinen-Moloimen duel, the game was well-played but loose fielding by both sides marred play. Sonny Lloyd scooted home Irom third base with the Jiiycces' winning tally in the hist half ol the ninth on a long fly to centrrMd by Herb Chitds to break a 4-1 deadlock. The Druggists sent the contest n >' Tlie Associated 1'ress into extra innings with a two-run ' Second Baseman Eddie Lyon: rally in the sixth inning after the I lri .l) ! <--d hi the ninth inning ti Jaycees had scored four runs in the ! bri »8 In the tying run. and thct first three Innings. Botli, teams • sco 'cd the winning tally to givi missed chances to win the game In ; Birmingham a 3-2 decision ovci the eighth inning. In that frame ' """ Owens liad the bases loaded with no outs but nne fielding look the Jaycees out of the inning. Harvey Don-is went the route for the Jaycr-cs yielding six hits. Billy i "-«" ^»" amAv.-> cam-i Hayjies worked all the wav for the I on Lyons. The .second sucker con- Druggists and was touched for nine i lle cted on the next one. He carni '"'" in himself as Ralph Atkins .singled PAGE SKVKX HOW THEY STAND HIGH MAN— in mouth, tile picture of contentment. At Shropshire of Atlantic City poses proudly wilh Ihe first bijj catch made 'olT Ihe resort this season. It's a whilu marliii cisht-feet four-inches lone ami weighing <J4 pounds. Frank Deebold was captain of craft Barons Down Trays 3-2 in Ninth Inning Little Rock and a split of a doubleheader last night. Lou Lombard! came within on pitch of a 2 and 1 victory lor tiic Travellers. A Baron was on base two out. and Uo strikes called hits. Box Scores: Blythevllle Mntor Armstrong c Carson II Williams 2b Dill ss Cook cf Little rf Mcharg Ib Canada 3b Jones p Totals Phillips Mntor Baker 2b Wixson ss Mullen 3b Bunch cf Koonu c James Ib Holhnpsworth rf . Mitchell If Ivey p AH .. 3 .. 4 .. 4 ...30 All Totals Oivens I>rujr, Ward ss J. Kaynes 2b .. Ourlev c . Hay 3b Reagon cf Williams rf .. Voting ib Dyer If '. B. Hnynes p .. 3 .. 3 ..34 AB .. 3 .. 5 .. 5 .. 4 .. 5 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 Totals . ,4 Jaycees *p Hall c ... 3 Saliba 2b ...........'";, Lloyd ss ...'...... \ H. Don-Is p ... •, Cliilds If '"'" 5 Raw-lings jb ][" 4 Dnclos 3b 4 T. Don-Is rf '.'.'.'" 4 Webster cf 4 Totals , ~ NATIONAL LKAUUK W L SI. Louis 61 38 Brooklyn 60 38 New York ,, Boston . ... Philadelphia Pillsbiuph , iucinnati . Chicago . .. 5'2 Pel. .616 .612 .525 .515 .495 .459 .420 .303 AMKKICAX l.i:.IGIJK New York ,. Cleveland . Boston . ... Philadelphia Belt-oil . ... Chicafto . ., Washington St. Louis .. Nashville . ., Mobile Npvs r Orleans Atlanta Little Hm-k . Memphis . .. Chattanooga W L Pet. 61 37 ,fi'.»2 59 40 .Mli 57 43 ,r,70 S5 48 .545 56 47 .544 41 59 .410 36 01 .371 34 60 .310 W L IV t. Or, 41 .fin 67 44 .601 SB 50 ,5:n Sfi 5'2 .filfl Sit 57 .48^ 49 SB .45« 4f> G. r > 4-1 69 Gee Defeated In First Round Of Jaycee Meet K. B. dec, Jr., Arkansas' Double A high school links champion, eliminated In play of the Junior Chamber or Commerce National Junior Golf Tournament in Houston. Tex,, yesterday.> Mylr-s. East Lansing. ! Mich . eolfer, eliminated c;co 4 and i 2 In the fir.«! round n( match plav r "-"" was one of 128 yorlhful unlf- j I clio qualified for tin- totirna- | • Sports Roundup llueb Jr. Major League Leaders '•!>) .40!) .:t8D Yesterday's Rrsults NATrox.M I.IMOUK Brooklyn 11. I'utsburgh 3, St. t,miis 10, Boston 3. Chicago I. Now Vurk 0. Cincinnati «-<). Plhladel])tiia 5-1. AM UK I CAN 1 I.KACUK Detroit 3. New York 2 (II in- int',s>. Boston 12. SI. Louis 2. Cleveland 6-M. Wiisltinijtoii 3-1. Chu-ago at Philadelphia, ruin. somirrtN I.KAOIIK Mobile 8-1. Nashville 1-2. Atlanta :i-l. Memphis 0-G. Little Rock 7-2. Hirminc,ham 4-3. Chaltanoogn I, New Orleans X. HOUSTON. Tex Au KiRlUeen stales tin 1 y s, -,,-,, K i-: golfer* inlo llilrd riniiul mulch nbv] in the national Jayccp Jiininr miir tournament. Several of Ihe favurilf- wri-i- dc- fniled anil others i ca-h-od R.iod ; sen re? as Ihn 128 qualifiers foii;.>! ahnnl par scores yesterday and • I rimmed I lie tanks to T.>, [ l.rnn Randtill, Kindlon. N. y • <|naliricd_ Tuesday ai lf>7 a«ain>i a ] 137 held' In- medalist ticnc' I.iltlrr. i Sun nieita. Oallf. hut i.ntlei hail i ti> conic from lirhiml nn rjje eighteenth ctcen for a lie licfurc winning on the f'rsl exua hole. California plnci-<! four nii-n Hi initnv's innrnlni! i-mmd. while Texas. Oregon, ami Kansas iidvam cd three each | Another round of play is s rM for ! tiiiiioi row with (lir :ifj-tiule finii.s : on Ktindny. lly The Associated IVeM American League B.itliliu -DiMaKBlo. Boston, .345; UilhllKCT St. I.onls, .341. Runs — Williams. Boston, 108; Kv lial|ili lleinsleiii Philadelphia. 95. U'liu-liliHIiiis fur S. K'ms bat'eil Ill-Stephens Hot" rnllpi-lnn. .Ir.i j ton. 108: Williams. Boston. 107. I'HlL.inia^HIA, Aug. 5. I.M'i --! H "- s — DiMagelo, Boston, 130; (;ior»e Ki'll uf Detroit and Hub ' p "k\-. Bn.. : |oji. 128. inilhu'cr i,i si Lnui.s are in tin-! Doiililivs — Williams. Boston, 2S; - Miick of thn t'Uht (01 -the \ircr- ' Kp "- n '*«"'t nnd Majesltl. Phil*. lean Ix-nne Inttm,; chiini|iiun.-hl|. ! <lr , l|>lli:l - ' !7 - Inii Hie Mijinstitiou.s monev says I !ll l llr ^ M:lchfll. Cleveland IS; will win. No third baseman i L> ' 1I "' B '' r - Sl - I -°' ;! s. 10. ever lui.-, won Ihe junior rlu-uit lilt- 0 ,""' n| ns--Williams. Boston, 2H; .- crown. T!,,- cxm-ris Mill think! '"'"' ns - "'"•'"''. -'•'- loday's Games NATIONAL I.KAdUK New York- at SI. Louis might). Brooklyn at Cincinnati miitlitl Philadelphia at Pittsbnreli might) lioston at, Ctiicago. The Travelers copped the first same 7 to 4, with a five run Q j uprising in the sixth inning, j | The Nashville Vols bowed 8-1 ami 0 i 1-2 to the Mobile Bears. Charles 0 I Samakhs and PershiiiR Mondorff 0 I limited the Vols to a half down safe 0 j blows In each came. 0 ! The Chatlanoopa Lookouts rose 0 up out of the loop cellar to defeat n ; tile fourth-place N--V Orleans Peli— I cans 4- to 3. Bob Peld batted in 1 | the tyine and winning tallies in H the seventh. 0 Atlanta's Crackers and the Mem- 0 j Phis Chicks split a ilonblcheadcr 1 [ for the second night in a row. 2|The Crackers blanked the Chirks 01 3 to 0. in the initial strneslc. and 0 | bowed. 6 In 1. in tile nichtcap. III o Levee Work Contracted 4 MEMPHIS. Aug. 5 iAPi _ Tl,p H j Memphis District u s EnuliiEers 1 | have awarded tlie Drive Contract- 2 | ing Co.. of Memphis a S152 520 con- 0 i tract for tivc miles of levee wurk 0 | In Phll'ip.s ami Dc.sha counties, in 1 ' Arkansas. 1 1 The work involves placing about 620.000 cubic yarrl.s of material almi£ a stretch of main line levee to bring it to full approved gr:ide and .sec- lion. St. Louis at New York 12,1. Detroit at Boston luiRhi i. Cleveland al Philadelphia 'night i Chicago at Washington (night*. S(X1TIII-K\ 1.i:,\C,l)K (All Niglu Games) Atlanta at. Memphis i2>. Birmingham al Little Ruck 12) Mobile a! Nashville. New Orleans at Chattanooga. iSpo Juniors Take 12-11 j W/n from West Memphis ! - CAAtDEN, Ark,. Auf!. 5. (API — I It'll bi- the Little HOCK Doughboys asninsl the Hot. Springs Junior Bathers lor the 1943 Arkansas American Legion junior ba.seball champioii.ship, Ho' Springs sained the right to mpct the dcfcndim: champion Dougnlioys In the flnsils here tills af'.erronn with a 12-n victory over Marion- West Memphis last night. College AM Stars Readv for Gnme With Pro Eagles EVANSTON. 111. AULV r, ,.).,. The ColleiiC All Sta-s seltl.-d ((,, V vn io the routine of daily fo<nball drills today after belns feted ycs- lertlay al a luncheon altendcri bv l.UflD Rirsls. 'Slid Wilkinson. All filar head coach, planned to stress defi-nsc HBain torlay as hl.s churucs con- tiniiert (iieir ]ircp;irnl!on for (hi- meetliii; with Die Philadelphia Kn- Klrs in Chicago's Soldier Field Hie "isht of Aim. 12. it will be [he ICth annual all star nltrnclion. With a week o! pi act ice reni.iln- infi before he movc.s his smiad of 70 tn the huee lake front .stadium. Wilkinson has shiotened the daily sessions. Wilkinson's squad Inrtmfr-.s such Mandou'.s us Clyde Scott, Arkansas halfback. John Hnlicll. Georuin, Stan Ilrath, Nr>vadit, and Hartic na\1s, of Mississippi Stale. In a full-scale scrimmage Hob McCurrv, Michigan Stale tnllback. and Kii- senc iiluili Canada. Arkansas coil, «ere impressive alonn with .loe Cieri. Gccjrtia back, who .started in riinniiiR and plunuinj?. •in- c-rown. run cxpi-ris sun ihink ~" mil- ot tin- old pros. 'IVil WlllnmJ wto!< ' 1 > ha:™ - -"illillcer. St. Louk or l),:m I):M ;il :t!lo will siu-ak m at ! ' : Vllln ''hiladelphla. ii i hi' win-. . . . I'ltchinu - Heyiinld", New York. "-'•'• "•I'i: Wynn. Cleveland, 9-2. N'uliiKlv \Vauli-d Me Di-lil i ! " Flb.r :-\(lil:,i win, AH-e< nil bv '^-"iils - -Triu -ks. Detrnit 108; both ir-u-iii'f, a year a-.i is one- 01 '• N ' lWlllpllfi < 1 ''. Hi'troM. 0-t. tin- main ii-a.-iins the DnMmi liniu'.s i Nalloual I.eajjiir- air Mill in the National Lwc'ii" i , I! '" III!E ~, UrniiliU-n, pi-niKint battle. The J'ir.itos fthni .V "'""uhlor. St. l.orls. .311. . •'"I rid '-I rlc-lrlK-i-. are H^iii« out- ; . ."" ll \. n '7 <1 - Brnoklyi rli-ldcr Johnny Hop]) : ,t 1 hi- initial "'J'" 1 - '>i"nV:Ivn. HI. -ark.. . Then thr-i,-". Mix case of i „,..'",' „ „ " ~ Hank ol Hi,- I'hilicdrlpluii . ,:,,; ''"• " l: ""'«••-• « Al lilt-til-:, 'Ihe Ni'w \in' r : Vankre.s. j 'jjj| vht> c-:n't itci-ldc ht'MM'i'ii ilDlj'uy [ •]•[,„, Ilii'Wn .,ud HiUv ,/olui on. li'l Con-j 15^ Imm thl'ir Newark farm. ... , •[-.. Roh- aod •''"I"'- tlnbhi- ..... U, l->'"ls, Philadelphia, a. >I',,i,e vims KIIICI r' ttsbiiieli KI-II lli".n'/.i'liiii.ii. -.vli.i ahrady L!7; (; im |,,n. ,,„,. ^ h:i.-, n vi,-li:inv:. In,]!,-, | M IK-.-OIIH- ilu- . .Stolen bases r!.'il)!n-on. riroolc- :ii.M t^bik'tii-lpliia IMullir-.s' pitrhrr lyn I'd Terse. Krnoklvn 15 I'iti-hini! --Si-well. PittsblUL'h. S-l.' WIT. . . And should linh Dillliiu al-i thr AMH-riean I^in^ne llattil •ille. he'd lie (he Itrsl Itrownli- to . «'i:i: Mranca, lirooklyn, ri-t. 800. KlriVcouis - Spa'in. noflon, 90' Hranra. Urnoklyn. B3. coil I ha, IID.IIII- since Or:"in!e'si.sUT ! . " r "' ln lhn ^tlsfield buildiiift. I •o-l: 111- cr..wn in lf!2-J with a ln.stv | lilvo . "" •ll>l"""t"ipnt with a doc.,..(, ' | l"r hern in 15 tniniites but I can't I'lii- I.itlli- Kin! Says Srhiml>>ov [Vi',vt- j.s cim-i-ivln« his arm for next yc:ir but tiu'rc won't be a next year for 3i:hoolboy--at least not with the- Phillies. Bill Domielh' will be breaking ofr his eurve! elsewhi-i r' loi\ IT our little blur- jay is rhlrpinr (he truth. 1!>."»0 Is lhe»(.-ear Philllo.s' DfflrlaLl lime iii-aikcd "pc-nnaiit" and tin-y iton't mean tin unv oilier senior cirrus! li'am. They're rounlhi^ on a i-hunky ir'.i-her named Max I'cli-r- -son In i-ome ii|> [nun Tonmto ant! rnnki' like another Ted Wilke.s or JCM- I'ajic. I'ltcher Kil Wriuhl—lor- nir-r Brave and Y-ankee chattel rluht h:inder liiihha Chiuih, out- I lii'Iilcr Ed Sanlck) and infivldcr Mike Onliut figure high In Ilio l'h:ls' future plans. All are teamed with I'1-H'r.-.-im at .Toronto. - his name. Can you help Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chicitasawba WIFT J PREMIUM BRANDED BEEF Kales of bicycles are estimated at 2.IXIO.OOO nr-iunlly In the United Ptatf-s. We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 I'limly of PHrking Space i Armorcl Seeks to End i Four Game Losing Skein I The Aunincl Timers will seek !*> i end '.heir fom-jjaoie losing streak i Sunday when they journey lo Bn- j icola. Trim., for a game with the Bogota Independents. Tills will be the Tigers' second name <bis year with the Bogota 1 nine. They defeated :he Tenncs- .scans 9-6 in a game played at Ar- niorel Jnlv 3. SKY RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Friday A Saturday "TRAIL'S END" irith .lohnny M«rk Rrnwti Carloan and Serial Saturday Owl Show "BETRAYED" with Robert Milrhum Ah® Car loon Sunday, Monday & Tuesday DM tost JUu2J fl j TarzM Thriller •fTkMAJI! TAR7ANS MAGIC FOUNTAIN LEX BARKER ~ MOM ma LINE DRIVE-IN THEATER £ .Miles North nt Rijlhcvlll« Koi OfTlcr Oprni al 6:45 Show Starts 7:39 Friday "TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN' with L«* Barker Rrfnda Joyce Also Monkey-Shine Chr-ta Saturday 'STRAWBERRY ROAN' with Citne Auirj »nd Cikirl» Henry A|M Shorts Saturday Owl Show "LIGHTNING IN THE FORESTS" RharU Tmiiii THEATRE QSCEOU YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Ho* Office Opens .-il 7 Week Nljhls Show Starts al 7:30 Malitice Salnrilav A: Sunday al 'i p.m. with continuous showing. 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