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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 27, 1946
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PAGB EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 27,19.1(5 Red Sox String of Early Wins Does Not Cinch the Pennant By CAKL MJNWQ.DIST United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, May 27. (UP) — Baseball's busy historians went all the way back to 1945 today and came up with n moral for lied Sox fans who arc nlreiuly measuring the Fenway Park flagpole in Boston for a pennant. Just this time a year ago, the New York Giants were burning up the National League with 25 wins and only seven defeats for a |»r- centnge of .781 through May 26. Tliat is even more spectacular than-the Baron Hurler Gets Attention * 9*9 League Scouts ^ Fea«r Their Eyes '--On Ray Satterfield. v ^7-B* W1U4AM TUCKER - ' U*H*4 Press Sports Writer - ATLANTA, Ga., May 27. (UP) — W»e Birmingham Barons arc a dull second-division club except when Ray Satterfield is pitching and big- Jeajrue scouts began forming a line on the right today to see this young )eft-hander who has won five mid k»t none for a seventh-place out- tot. - Any doubts that he hftd the stuff i were dispelled In Pelican stadium yesterday when the 23-year-old portslder shackled tlie tough New 'Orleans hitters on eight blows nnd came off with an 8 to 3 victory af- thc lead, winning three games while t«r getting behind 2 to 0 in thc first dropping 14. And Nicy finished the frame. I season in fifth pliicc. •With the help of Tom Neill, who I There hasn't teen nny hint that out three hits, Satterlield the Red Sox may truck Hie same iy, although their heavy hitters vc been silenced".effectively at nus. Hut thc parallel Is one which ould nt least cause Ked Sox fol- wei's to temper their optimism. Boston, now .six games hi front, lined prestige with two victories It of three in its series with New orX. Its home winning streak was vlc- .763 Red Sox pace to tlate of 29 torics and nine defeats for figure. The Giants then were seven games In front and bookmakers revised earlier odds, making them heavy favorites to win the flag, So what happened? They tall-spinned and in less than three weeks were out of Up and Over <IuicWy regained the upper hand tttd held the Pelicans scoreless from the third inning on. It was a Unlit Mme until the Barons broke loose for four counters In the ninth. A •cheduled nightcap was cancelled because of a soggy field. Satterfield is both the prize and surprise o j Southern Association jBoundsmen. A native of Atlanta. We came along unheralded after previous professional exi>erience on- ijy with Cotdele of the Georgia- Florida League in 1942. After that season he went into the air force and In 1945 he won MS games while losing only two with the Aiuarillo Army Fliers. Jlc received his discharge in time to •start the season with the Barons •rid he has turned up the league jyitehlng two shutouts in Ms string He and relief hurler Frank Man- helm have won eight of the Barons 14 victories to oualify as a bond fide two-man pitching staff. Crackers Win Two Morn The pace-setting Atlanta Crack *rs won their fifth and slxli *»ra!Eht victories at the cxpcnsi Of the Mobile Bears although i looked like the Bears were hearts to , one of their rare victories ii ttv opener. Given a five-run work itig margin, Pat McOlolhln wiltc< »ixJ Atlanta tied the score at S-al then won It with a four-run bur.s in'the 10th. 9 to 5. Bill Ayers notch •eif'hls seventh victory against tw ijefeals as Atlanta won the five Innlne nightcap 4 lo 2. Darkncs curtailed the contest. j;,The double win raised Atlanta league lead to five, games ns second •ptece Chattanooga could cot no hcl ter .than a split In Little Roc! ttimxning . the Travelers 6 to 3 Ihp opener but succumbing to th Pebbles' late-Inning rallies In tl nlahtcap, 4 to 3. ; ,.The best single-day's Hitching 1 ?he season was on display Memphis fans ns the host Chic *jpltt .a pair of 1 to 0 games with 'tt»e Nashville Vols. Gene lambcrt *i»ged Leo Twardy to give Memphis <he opener but. Vito Tamulis RoV Mi?, better of Herman Drcfs In the nightcap as the Vols gained :ui break. fie. "teams 'are paired the same y- in single games tonight. 'ether Halt s homer was the only Tiger run. Wally Moses won the second game for relief pitcher Earl Caldwcll with a homer In the eighth after getting three of Chicago's five hits lii the oi>ener. The Browns read the script wrong at St, IjOuis, battering the famed Bobby Feller for 15 hits to win, 8 to 2 after which the comparatively obscure Steve Giotnek pitched Cleveland to a four-lilt, 2 to 0 triumph. Feller struck out only five, his low for the season and was tagged for i a homer V>y Wall Juitnlch. Brooklyn Increased Its National League'lead to two and a half games by topping the Phils, S to 4 and to 2 for n seven game winning sticak In which three contests have Ken won in extra Innings. The Dodgers won the opener In the llth when Pete Reiser doubled, went lo .hlrd on an drier and scored on Carl Fmillo's single. Reiser and Ed Stevens hit Dodger homers and !3cl 3nnls of the Phils hit homers. Brooklyn won the seven-tnnlnK second game with a four-run rally In the sixth, running Its winning streak to 16 straight at Philadelphia where Its last beating was in the last game of the 1944 season. Cardinals Split Twin Bill The second place Cardinals lost ground by dividing at Cincinnati. Dell Defeats Promised Land In Sunday Tilt War Battle, left, and Chesapeake arc neck and neck as they leap lumlle in Steeplechase event at Uclmont Pork. But it was different al finish. Burma"Koad came from behind to win, Floating Isle was second. War battle third. ^tended to 13 games when Cecil Tex) Hughson pitched three-hit ill to win yesterday's opener, 1 lo Yankee home run power asserted .self in n 4 to 1 second game vic- iry in seven Innings. The Ucd Sox cored the winning run in the licncr when Ted Williams walked •Uli thc buses lull. Then Joe Dl lagglo and Phil nirauta hit Yan- homers to give Joe Page an dge over Mickey Harris In n b'nt- le ot left-handers. It was the first oss for Harris after seven viclo- Ics. Bobby Docrr's homer was the nly Boston run. Third place Washington moved wilhin a gan'.e and a half of thc Yankees with a a lo 2 triumph over he visiting Athletics, achieved on Mickey Vcrnon's homer and Ger,1(1 Priddy'.s two-run triple. The" second game was rained out. While Sox Win Twice Ted Lyons fared belter In his dc- .iL as manager of the White Sox hnn he had on previous Sundays as heir oiicc-a-wcck pitcher. Thc White Sox topped Detroit twice, 3 to 1 and 2 lo 1 ill Chicago. Lefty Thornton LCD, out since May 1'J with an ailing arm, shaded Dizzy Trout In a first game cm( ,] j,i which each gave up five hits. Hank Orcenbere's was ruined out. Joffre Cross, subbing for shortstop Marty Marlon, lilt a two run double that started Ken Tuckhart oil to a 4 to 3 Cardinal victory In the opener. Cincinnati took the second game, 5 to 4 on homers by Al Libke and Eddie Lukon. Third baseman George Knrowskl put men on twice with wild throws and each miscue was turned Into u run. The Giants swept their four- game set with Boston at New York, winning 12 to 4 and 7 lo 0 with a barrage of 25 hits and six homers for the day. Buddy Btaltncr and Johnny Mlxe each got two homers In the first game. One of iilattncr's was wilh the buses full, the first ;r»hd slum homer in the National [>engnc Hits ycixr. Buddy Kerr also homered In the opener In which Bill Voiselle coasted to his third victory. Wllliml ^urjihnll hll sixth homer In the second game Vols Record Slumps In Sulphur Dell By I1AKOI.11 FOKUMAN Illlilril I'ress Sports Writer ATLANTA, Ga.. May 21. (UP) — Sulphur Dell, once a home-run hit- ler's piirndlse, .suddenly has become one of the toughest parks In the Southern Association for sluggers seeking foiir-bagKcrs. The swat- smlllis swear that Nashville officials have motctl hack the short. riRhlfield fence in the dead of night. The park where Jim Poolc col- Icclecl most of his 50 home runs for an nil-time league mark and where Jay Pnrtrldge, Lcs Fleming, Gus Wrestling Fans To See Gals in Action Tonight T\vo women wrestlers, Celia Blcv- ins and Violet Vlan. lire feature! in a special match tonight al the American Legion Arena. One horn the time limit and the winner must take two out of three falls. Promoter Mike Meroncy says that Miss Blevins Is a full blooded Indian, however he failed to mention the tribe to which this maid belongs. Miss Vian is making her lirfil apiwarancc in the local arena tonight. Following the special match Chlno I Huston. If Dugas, Mickey Rocco and Charley Workman lalcr compiled Impressl fonr-lmsc records no longer holds such terror for visiting pitchers. The' rlghtficld fence is only 282 feel from home plate and up to this year it always had presented a Uisly '.'_\ target to Baseball fans at Promised Land witnessed two games yesterday and saw Dell .down Promised Land 9 0 8 in a hotly coitesled event and a fast team from Lutes win a five- nnlng game from Huffman with an 8 to 3 score. J. A. Lloyd, Lutes pitcher, proved effective in the light spots. The Lutes-Huffman game was played on the Promised Land diamond because of wet home grounds, and the Dell-Promised Land game was shifted from Dell at the last minute because of wet grounds there. Dell copped it's second victory from Promised Land by a slim 9-B margin. Trailing 1-8 In the eighth, Dell forged ahead when Simmons uglcd and stole second, scoring on a double by Armstrong, who also scored when catcher Bill Beard overshot second hi an attempt lo catch him off the bag. Promised Land's Infield showed Improvement on picking up grounders hut thcjr throws were even wilder than previously, four men having scored on wild pitches. Hitting was heavy on both teams with Dell collecting twelve safeties while Promised Land tailed eleven. Leading In hitting honors for Dell was Armstrong, collecting three safeties on five trips to the plate. Promised Land's Dudley Hardy took home the roses as he hanged out three hits in five appearances and personally accounted for two scores. Box Score: Jonesboro Catcher Signs Up With Browns JONJiSBORO, Ark., May 27. (UP) —J. C. Nclms, catcher for the Jonesboro Red Sox, has signed up with the St.. Louis Browns and will jrcpoi't limned lately to their Kitty [League club nt Mayfield, Ky. He | played with the American Legion club here last year. Today's Games SOUTHERN I.KAGUK Nashville at Memphis. Chattanooga at Little Rock. Atlanta at Mobile. Birmingham al Neiv Orleans. NATIONAL I,I:AOUK New York at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. St. Louis at Chicago. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago at St. Louis. ' Detroit at Cleveland. Washington at New York. Only games scheduled. Hi Fishermen! FOR SALE Minnows, Roaches Redworms. Please bring your containers. C. R. COLLINS 511 Chickasawba Baseball Standings By United Press SOUTHERN LEAGUE W. L. Atlanta 30 )3 Chnttnnoogu 24 17 Nashville 19 Memphis 22 New Gcloniis 21 IMrinlnijIiiim 15 Mobile 14 Little Rock IS Dell Simmons, 3U M«Icalfe, .ss jArmstroiig, 2b Kcohler, c Bnugliinnn, cf .Prcwctt, AB IT R Po. A highlighted by Hob Carpenter's four-i lal ' Bcl to " Nashville lineup corn- hit pitching. It was the rookie's lirst l"" isi »B mostly left-hand, fly-ball victory. Ihilters. Visiting sports writers nl- • ' ways contended that on n windy a ,"' P Usuu^hTnin 'Ke^crnu ^^S of' c"d Urn! I ™ C Entertainment- is. scheduled ''Ashby Kc.mnn's six-hit pitching. BUI Sal- , ale Vo!" were^sinu a nve"rnan "n- '° l>CBl » llroi "" tl5 ' al 8;15 ^ &t '" C ^ B ^- P ' lf kcltV and Jim Russell hit Phule neld. coimlinir t.hnlr right-fielder Ming and the Hornet will take on Chris lielkii.s and Floyd "Old Hickory" Byvcl, in the usual tug match with a 00 minute time limit the winning team taking the best two out of three falls. Ming and the Hornet live a goott team with Ming furnishing the skill and the Hornet the rougher stuff. The opposing team is set up in much the same manner with Belkas bclnj; the scientific one and Byrtl the rough and tumble artist. Howar<t, rf Adkisson, p Smith, p Totals Promised Land liakcr, 2b Bill Beard, c Hardy, 11) .Johnny Duclos, 3b Mullen, cf Jack Dnclos, ss H. West, ss rf 3 0 a o i i o 11 40 12 a 21! AB H R Po 5203 homers and Clyde McCullough got one for Chicago. The second game Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN LEAGUE Birmingham 8, New Orleans (second game i>oslponed, rain.) Memphis 1-0, Nashville 0-1. Atlanta 0-4, Mobile 5-2 (first game, 10 innings.) Chattnnnogn 6-3, Little Rock 3-4. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 5-8, Phtlnderihia 4-2. St. Louis 4-4. Cincinnati ;i-5. New York 12-7, Boston 4-0. Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 2 (second nine, rain). AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 1-1, New Yolk 0-4. Cleveland 2-2, St. Louis 8-Q. Chicago 3-2, Detroit 1-1. Washington 3, Philadelphia 2. Jajriitfiersvi/Je - '-'' • Photographers to Meet '.Htampcred dn,, to weather con- •dttions, the Blytheville Tigers were forced to close their game with Csruthers.vilie's Brown Shoe Co. taseball team at the end of the third Inning when the score was 'tied: at one-all. The contest was played at Caruthersville Sunday 'lifterhoohi The game started in what was to be a strong pitching duel between j. L. Johnson, Tiger ace •rid chick Davis, star hurler for trie Shoe Co. Johnson had limited no hits in his three innings although was in trouble in the third, when lie walked two and Caruthersville stole two bases which was climaxed by '•». sacrifice bunt that nrodncc'd their lone tally. . .Blytheville jumped on righthand- er Davis in the first inning when Jim Henry Lutes doubled and scor- Grlflin's sacrillce LITTLE nock, Ark., May ' 27 (U.P.I—The Arkansas Professions Photographers AsHcclatlon will ha»< ; its anniini convention here June 9. 10 and 11. \Hogan Dubbed Go/fdom's No. 7 Public Enemy ST. LOUIS, May 27. (UP)—Ben Hogan, par's public enemy number one, was on.his way to New York oday, with the Western Open Golf championship and 52,000 more lo add to his total as the game's lop 1946 money winner. Texas Ben. as economical with words as he is with strokes, dirin't have much to say after he shattered the Western's 17-year-old record of 273 with his 271. He mentioned, only cnsunny that he intended to play In the Goodall round-robin, but if his performance here is any criterion, that means that the other contestants had better' cohcentrhic on 'sccoht : neld, counting their who played within -spitting distance of second-base. This year, however, visiting clubs Imvc outdone the Vols in hitting 'or clearing the fence and squawks about thc short rightflcld barrier have been few and far between. The Vols have six leflhniided "sluggers" this year but none of them has benefited to any great extent by the short right field. Mel Hicks, counted on to lead the Icagjie in homers, has cleared the screen Unt one time. • Catcher Ted Paweick leads the left-hiuidccl Vol clontors with the modest tolal of three foni'-ply wallops hit over thc short will!. In their first 20 home , Vol State College at Jonesboro and Victor Wilson, experienced second- sucker. , Blended in with these arc regulars: Freddy Perry, Charles Moore, Billy Mehaigc, j' B. SUibbs, Augustus Crowe, A. C. Bunch, Billy lhapnian. Pitchers are J. L. Johnson, [our game winner and Frank ' Ellis, two game winner. Both are right handers. | The schedule for the remainder of the season follows: Jvme 2, SaHillo, Miss. thrr,- 1 . June n, Keiscr, Ark. here. June 16, open. June 23, Keiscr there June 30, Parkin, Ark. here. July 4, Caruthersville, Mo. here. July 7, sikcston, Mo. here. July 14, Parkin, Ark. thcic July Kl, open. place. The pint-sized, wiry soiling machine displayed the coolness and deliberate concentration thnt mrulc '.him famous in putting together i string of four sub-par rounds of OR I OS, 07 and 'to. There was no belte: pioor of his consistency tlinii tha I there was only a four -stroke differ ! cncc between his best and wors [ round, Hogan was behind in the lourno, one day, the first, >vhen Australia born Jim Ferrier of Chicago burne up the course with a iccord-ticin round of C4.* By the second day he was tic ith Ferrier and from then c added one smooth, effortless sul ar round to another. ird on Martin to right field. .Bolstered by several newcomers during the past week, the Tigers «r'e gunning for their next week's ' •opponent, Saltillo, Mississippi, under the management of Greasy .^Tiimcr, whose team is one of the outstanding ball clubs of North Central Mississippi. The Tiger nine «lll be seeking their seventh con- !»ecutive victory as compared with TO) losses. •Manager Monroe. "Bp" BeshMse announced the acquiring of outfielders Martin Griffin, former professional with the Salisbury club of the North Carolina State Lea- »ue and Jack La Fitte, a hard*Utter from Stuttgart, Ark., where h« has been engaged in semi-pro ball. New inficidcrs are Jim Henry Lutes, former Tiger and previously under contract with the Memphis Chicks, Billy DeLong, crack short*op who was playing for Arkansas July 28, Sikeston Besharse stated he Is attempting to fill in the two vacancies th c schedule and wishes for games to be' played aflcr July 28. The Tigers appear to have thc strongest team in this section. TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. Guaranteed by Bruce Termini Company. 2. Guaranteed by F., 1.. Bruce C<*. 3. Guaranteed by Hun Insurance Office. BRUCE TERMINX CO. License* of E. I,. Bruce Company !k>x 1270 Memphis, Tcnn. Termite Control Since 1927 Closest to ITogjin nt the 1'inisH was loyd Miineruin or Los Angeles, who uok second money, 5HOO, with 275. Seven .strokes oil the pace, Jim >einaret of Houston, Tex., and Chick larbcrt, Detroit, were tied for tlilfci ith 278. They gol $900 apiece. ' Lawscm Little. DclMonte, Cal., vet- rnn of thc golfing wars, was fifth vith 279. He collected- $700. Byron Nelson, Toledo, Jim Fcr- ler of Chicago and Stewart Alexander of Lexington, N. C.. Were t.nottcd in a sixth ntacc tie ut 280. Their share of the $10,000 Western mrsc was 5516.GG apiece. hitters cleared the short fence only seven times while <i few years back Ihey occasionally produced that many in a double-header. Tommy Tatum, for example, hit thi'ce over tiie fence one afternoon while the Vol team collected a total of eight. But before the iiurlers get too optimistic about pitching in the Nush- ville park, let it be remembered Unit the fence is still but 282 feet from the plate and 58 more Barnes "will be played there this season. P. West, U-p 2 11 2 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston New York Washington Detroit t. Louis levcland !hicago Philadelphia NATIONAL W. .... 29 ... 23 19 .... 19 1G 1C 12 .... 8 LKAGtJK W. I.. Brooklyn St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago . Boston . . New York riUsburgh I'hilndelph 21! 20 .. 15 ' ..'.'. 15 IB a Pet. .093 .585 .559 .5:« .52!> .373 .359 .342 Pet. .763 MO', 57 G .514 .444 .444 .315 .250 Pet. .G97 .625 .517 .500 .485 .471 .443 .250 CHICK THEATRE1 "Where Happiness Costtl] So Little" Week Days: Starts at 7:30 p. in. Last Time Today "UP IN ARMS" with Danny Kaye Also News and Cartoon Tuesday BUDItY N1U11T l!ic to All "HEY ROOKIE" ; with ISnb Kvaiis :md Anne >Iiller<| Also Short '* Head Conner News -want An- Riltcnberry, p Totals Score by innings: Dell Promised tLaivi 1 0 0 0 0 •14 H 8 25 0 002 031 120—9 014 300 000—8 New Theater / Manila's Finest ,^, Shows EVEKY NIGHT , Matinee Saturday & Sunday ^ llox Opens Wci-k Days 7:00 p.m. Sat.-Sun, 1 p.m. Cont. Showing; "Comfortably Cool" FOR SALE Ki%TT Catfish. Special prices lo Cafes ;uul fish frie.s. Cafe ;iinl large orders delivered. MACK'S FISH MARKET l;*, Ark. About 15 million Americans moved from one part of the country to another Untwecn Par! Harbor and March, 1945, not Including movements of thc armed forces, census estniiiiles show. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. (i! at Stale Line Plion: KlvLhcville 714 For River-Washed SAND and 6RAVEL Phone We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. ^ HEAR THE ^>^ Indianapolis 500-Mile Race ON THE AIR Memorial Day COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency A, F. Dietrich, Manager BlytheviUe's Only Exclusive Direct \Vriling Agency of Leading Companies West Main St. Phone 510 YOVTVE GOT A DATE with your mdiotohc.irtlictuost spectacular sports broadcast of the year . . . to share aU the suspense, .ill thc (brills, of thc world's most famous rate—run this year for the first time in five years! DON'T MISS IT! There'll he n thrill a minute! Be sure to tune in! THIS PROGRAM is dedicated to your Doctor of Motors — that f riendly repairman in your neighborhood garage—an J sponsored by the makers of Perfect Circle Ptflon Rings, JOHN MILES MILLER IJISTRIMJTOHS Automotive Kepliicetvcnl Paris und E<t<riimirnt Bo\ 711 BLVTHEYILLE, AUKANSAS THURSDAY MAY 30th Radio Service TV Angel Refrigerator Service Fred Lawter ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY, Inc. 3. \V. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2071 Z06-08 W. Main Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Service Philip Fret Vacuum Cleaners, Fans, Irons and Small Appliances Repaired. K. M. Larkin Ilulen Holmes Last Time Today "Sentimental Journey" v*ilh John Faync and Maureen O'Hara NEWS AND COMKI1Y —BARGAIN NIGHT— "CATMAN OF PARIS" with Carl ICsmnnil PLUS SKEIA1, ANI> COMEDY '. Admission lOc and 14c WRESTLING Blytheville Legion Arena Monday, May 27, 8:15 p. m. Adults, 3Bc, Tax 9o—Total 45c, Reserved Seats IZc, Tar 3c—Total, I5c. Children's Seats IZc, Tai Sc, Tctol ISc. Reserved Scats on Sale at the Legion Arena Every Monday From 6 p. m. on Special Card Celia Belvins vs. Violet Vian One Hour Time I/unit Match,• Hcsl 2 Out of 3 t'u Chino Ming and "The Hornet" Tm. Chris Belkas and Floyd Byrd RITZ THEATRE V Manila, Ark. Box office opens at 7:00; Picture ' starts at 7:15. ' ; Last time Today "SPELLBOUND" with InRritl llcrsimm and Gregory reck The maddest love that, ever yios-. sesscd a woman. Thc picture you; have been wanting to see. Also KKO News and Sports Ilcvicw Tuesday "Johnnie Doesn't Live Here Anymore" with SImonc Siinnn, .Tames Klliso and \Vm. Terry ALSO NEWS and SIIOKTSl BILLS! You know the prevention \$ oU saying about "an ounce of " Wcli, you can guard against costly breakdowns by changing the filter clement in your tractor every time thc oil is changed. 1 Next lime you are in town, take home a carton of J three filters so you'll have them handy when you need them. Open 7; Starts 1:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY BlythevilU, Ark. , hi McCORMICK-DEERiNG MACHINES. PARTS AND SERVICE I>asl Time Today £ ** Our Vines Havej Tender Grapes' F.dward G. Uohinson, Mnrsatct.™ O'Brien, James Craig, Frances 7 GifToril i raramount News and Shorts i TUESDAY PAL NITE Easy to Look At Gloria Jenn, Kirby Gr.inl, anil (he Delta Rhythm Boys Serial: "The Monster and the Ape" Al*n Shorts

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