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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, March 27, 1988 Page W Sports Purdue First No. 1 Seed To Exit Tourney K-State ends Boilers' dream-season Associated Press Todd Mitchell has trouble making a pass Things went that way for Purdue in 2nd half PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) - The careers of Purdue seniors Todd Mitchell, Everette Stephens and Troy Lewis ended in a sloppy final minute in the Midwest Regional semifinals, not at the Final Four as they had hoped. The third-ranked Boilermakers became the only top seed to fail to advance to the round of eight when they lost to No. 20 Kansas State 73-70 Friday night. "I said all along that when you reach this point any team can beat another team," Purdue Coach Gene Keady said. "My hat's off to Kansas State. Even though we had a great season, Kansas State peaked and played better than we did tonight." The Boilermakers started the game like they would run easily into the regional championship game. Purdue led 10-0 and Kansas State was forced to call a timeout just 2:01 into the game. Even though Kansas State rallied to cut the lead to one in the first half, Purdue still managed a 43-34 halftime lead. "I thought we could put them away but they got back in it," Keady said. "We wanted to get up 15 but do it gradually." What happened gradually was the evaporation of the Purdue lead as Kansas State outscored the Boilermakers 12-1 to start the second half. "I could see it in our kids eyes," Keady said of the decisive run. "They were doubting themselves but that always happens. But the bad things continued and we couldn't get the entusiasm back." The bad things reached a peak in the final minutes as the Boilermakers cut the lead, that had been as high as 66-57, to 69-67 with 1:29 to go on a 3-pointer by Stephens. Purdue was forced to use its last timeout trying to get the ball inbounds with 44 seconds left. When the Boilermakers did get the ball in play, it was stolen by Charles Bledsoe with 28 seconds left and he made one free throw a second later. As Purdue came down with a chance to tie, Stephens and Lewis came together right in front of their bench and with no defensive pressure, the ball went out of bounds. Purdue was forced to foul and Steve Henson made two with 17 seconds left. Stephens, who finished with 20 points, hit his fifth 3-pointer of the game with seven seconds left but without that timeout, the Boilermakers had to foul again and Mitch Richmond made one free throw with three seconds left for the final margin. "The first one was bad timing," Stephens said of the critical turnovers. "I looked for Todd and he turned just as I let the pass go. "The second one just went off my knee.'' Keady could only praise his seniors and tri-captains who compiled 96-28 mark over the four years, won two consecutive Big Ten championships and made the NCAA tournament each year. "I told my seniors that I was very proud of them and that I hope they have great futures in whatever they do," Keady said. Lewis finished fourth on the Purdue career scoring list and sixth in assists. Mitchell wound up eighth in scoring and fifth in rebounding and Stephens finished third on the assists list. "This was probably our biggest moment," Mitchell said. "The three of us dedicated this season to winning the NCAA tournament. There was a lot of pressure during the season to win the conference and we wanted to win the tournament." Keady, who had never gotten past the second round in his five previous NCAA appearances with the Boilermakers, was asked if this was his biggest disappointment. "No," he said. "Every time I get into the nationals it's a big disappointment." Sports Scoreboard State Tournament Indiana High School Basketball 1968 Slate Championship Box Score CONCORD (53) FG FT Mm M-A M-A R A PF Pts Kemp .. Sharp ... Mutch... johnsn.. LarKin.., Sumrak.. Bailey... Wickey.. Rector .. Hansen . Hagen... Swanson Total ,27 11-20 .26 2-6 3-6 7-18 1-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 5 23 1 4 1 6 2 18 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 0 0 28 14 14 53 160 24-83 Percentages: FG.381. FT .286. 3-Point Goals: 3-14 (Kemp 0-2, Johnson 3-6, LarKin 0-5, Hagen 0-1). Team Rebounds: 7. Blocked shols: 6 (Kemp 6). Turnovers: 18 (Kerrtp 2, Sharp 2, Mulch 5, Johnson 4, Larkin 3, Sumrak 1, Rector!). Steals: 10 (Kemp 1, Mutch 3, Johnson 2, Larkin4). Technical (ouls: None MUNCIE CENTRAL (76) FG FT Mln M-A M-A H A PF Pts Young 32 4-5 Long 32 14-20 Vance 31 Thompson. 32 Winnghm..32 . 0 , 0 . 0 . 0 , 0 0 . 1 5-9 9-16 1-5 0-0 0-0 M 0-0 00 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 3-3 3-3 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 M 0-0 1 9 1 29 2 13 2 21 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 Barnes... Caldemyr. Wolle .... Childs.... Jefferson. Welches.. VanLeer.. Total 160 33-56 9-12 35 14 6 76 Percentages: FG .589, FT .750. 3-Point Goals: 1-3 (Young 1-2, Winningham 0-11. Team Rebounds: 0. Blocked shots: 3 (Thompson 3). Turnovers: 19 (Young 7, Long 5, Thompson 5. Winningham 2). Steals: 9 (Young 2, Long 3, Vance 1, Thompsons). Technical fouls: Thompson. Concord Muncie Central. A-17,490. OMicials-Rog Masariu. 12 14 13 14-53 18101830-76 •i DeYoung, Mark Stale Semifinal Box Scores BEDFORD-NORTH LAWRENCE (53) FG FT Min M-A M-A R A PF Pts Bailey 32 Byrer 32 Noel 24 Pitlman....30 Bitter Speer ~t IKerd Boshears. Clouse .,. Flinn Jones,... Mahuron . Total .32 0-0 ..3 8-20 4-6 1-3 1-2 6-12 I 0 (H) 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-11 10 1-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 -8 M 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 4 25 3 9 2 4 4 2 1 13 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 000 000 000 116 53 ..... 160 20-43 12-1524 Percentages: FG .465, FT .800. 3-Point Goals: 1-4 (Bailey 0-1, Hitter 1-3), Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked shots: 0. Turnovers: 7 (Bailey 2. Byrer 2, Noel 1,Ritler2). Steals: 0. Technical louls: None. MUNCIE CENTRAL (60) • FG FT Min M-A M-A R A PF Pts Young ..... 19 2-7 4-4 3549 32 1-10 0-0 4122 30-1 0-0 1010 ,32 14-22 4-6 13 0 1 32 .32 0-1 0-1 0240 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Long Wolfe Thompsn Winnghm Vance ..... 29 64 Caldemyr.. 13 0-1 Barnes Childs Jefferson Welches. VanLeer. 02 C 5 1 15 2012 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0 0-0 0 0-0 . 0 0-0 .0 0-0 .... 0 0-0 Total 180 23-50 13-17 29 13 14 60 Percentages: FG. 460, FT. 765. 3-Point Goals: 1-6 (Young 1-3, Vance 0-2, CaldemeyerO-1). . Team Rebounds: 2. Blocked shots: 3 (Thompson 3). Turnovers: 4 (Young 1 , Thompson 2, Vance 1). Steals: 3 (Long 1, Thompson 2). Technical fouls: None. Bedford-N.L 14 813 18-53 Muncie Cent 11 16 10 23-60 A-17,490. Officials—Ron Carter, Frank De- Sanlis. CONCORD (66) FG FT Min M-A M-A R A PF Pts Kemp... Sharp... Mutch... Johnson. Larkin... Sumrak.. Bailey... Wickey.. Rector.. Hansen Hagen... Swanson Total 6-13 2-4 5-i 4-10 3-7 1-2 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 7-11 15 3 19 3 4 2 15 3 13 0 9 160 23-47 18-28 34 17 12 66 Percentages: FG .489, FT .643. 3-Point Goals: 2-6 (Johnson 1-2, Larkin 1-4). Team Rebounds: 7. Blocked shots: 9 (Kemp 9). Turnovers: 15 (Kemp 5, Johnson 4, Lark in 4, Sharp 2) Steals: 8 (Kemp 2, Mulch 2, Larkin 2, Sumrakl, Hagenl). Technical fouls: None. HAMMOND NOLL (50) FG FT Min M-A M-A R A PF Pts Reed 13 1-6 M N.McCoy..30 4-11 4-4 Bradtke ...26* 2-6 0-0 Banks 27 3-10 4-4 S.McCoy..30 3-11 5-7 Bobos 12 0-3 Austin 16 3-7 Radziwcki..2 0-0 Scheldt 1 0-0 Marcinek.,,1 0-0 Mercer 1 0-0 Patai 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 M W) M 0023 3 0 5 13 6134 9 3 2 10 5 1 1 12 2250 4016 0010 1002 0000 0000 0000 Total 160 16-54 15-17 30 7 20 50 Percentages: FG .296, FT .882. 3-Point Goals: 3-11 (Reed 1-4; N.McCoy 1-2, Bradlke 0-2, Banks 0-1, S.McCoy 1-2). Team Rebounds; 3. Blocked shots: 0. Turnovers: 16 (Reed 3, Bradlke 3, Banks 4, S.McCoy 2, Bobos 1, Austin 2, Mercer 1. Steals: 9 (Reed 2, N.McCoy 1, Bradtke 1, Banks 4, S.McCoy 1). Technical fouls: None. Concord Hammond Noll A-17,490, Officials—Troy Giliiland. ...13 15 1820-66 ... 15 12 8 15-50 Ingram, Joe NIT FIRST ROUND Wednesday, March 16 Ohio St, 88, Old Dominion 73 Thursday, March 17 Georgia 53, Georgia Southern 48 Connecticut 62, West Virginia 57, OT Evansville66,Utah55 Louisiana Tech 66, Arkansas-Little Rock 56 Boston College 73, Siena 65 Houston 69, Fordnam 61 New Mexico 86, Pepperdine 75 Oregon 81, Santa Clara 65 Friday, March 18 Cleveland State 89, Illinois State 83, OT Middle Tennessee State 35, Tennessee 80 Virginia Commonweallh 81, Marshall 80 Arkansas State 70, Northeast Louisiana 59 Southern Mississippi 74, Clemson 69 Colorado State 63, New Orleans 54 Stanford 80, Long Beach St. 77 SECOND ROUND Monday, March 21 Connecticut 65, Louisiana Tech 59 Tuesday, March 22 Virginia Commonwealth 93, Southern Mississippi 89 Ohio State 86, Cleveland Slate 80 Middle Tennessee Stale 69, Georgia, 59 Boston College 86, Evansville81 Colorado State 71, Houston 61 Arkansas State 60, Stanford 59 New Mexico 78, Oregon 59 QUARTERFINALS Friday, Much 25 Connecticut 72, Virginia Commonwealth 61 Ohio Stale 68, New Mexico 65 Colorado State 64, Arkansas State 49 Saturday, March 26 Boston College, 17-13, at Middle Tennessee Slate, 23-10,8:30 p.m. SEMIFINALS Tuesday, March 2» At New York Semifinals, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. THIRD PLACE Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semifinal losers, 7p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semifinal winners, 9p.m. NHL WALES CONFERENCE Pitrlck Division W L T Washingtn.38 31 NYIslndrs.36 29 Philadelph.36 32 NYRangers34 33 Pittsburgh.33 33 New Jersey 33 36 Adama Division y-Montreal.43 21 y-Boston...43 28 Buffalo....35 30 Hartford ... 32 36 Quebec.... 32 39 Pts GF GA 83 268 231 82 287 249 270 278 265 269 300 294 266 287 280 225 294 242 284 255 283 268 229 259 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrlg Division W L T Pt« GF GA 305 256 267 275 x-Detroit...39 27 10 88 y-St.Louis,33 35 8 74 y-Chlcigo..3Q 36 8 68 269 304 Toronto....20 46 10 50 259 326 Minnesota. 19 44 12 50 229 318 Smythe Division y-Calgary.,45 21 9 99 370 286 y-Edmonton 41 24 10 92 337 2 6 9 y-Winnipeg 31 35 10 72 278 292 LosAngls.,27 42 7 61 289 339 Vancouver.24 44 9 57 263 310 x-clinched division title y-clinched playoff berth Friday's Games Vancouver 3, Chicago 2 New Jersey 2, Buffalo 2, tie Pittsburgh 5, Montreal 2 Washington 5, Philadelphia 3 Saturday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles, 10:35p.m. New York Hangers 4, Detroit 4, tie Boston 6, Quebec 2 Edmonton at New York Islanders, 7:05p.m. Minnesota at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. Winnipeg at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Vancouver at Calgary, 8:05 p.m. Toronto at St. Louis, 8:35 p.m. Sunday's Games New York Rangers at New Jersey, 1:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Quebec, 2:05 p.m. Montreal at Hartford, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Buffalo, 7:05p.m. Monday's Games Edmonton at Toronto, 7:35 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. St. Louis at Calgary, 9:35 p.m. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. NewYork 17 8 , KansasCity 15 9 .625 Toronto 13 8 .619 California 12 10 .545 Boston 12 11 .522 Cleveland 12 11 .522 Seattle 12 11 .522 Texas 11 11 ,500 Oakland 11 12 .478 Milwaukee 11 14 .440 Chicago 10 15 .400 Detroit 8 14 .364 Minnesota 8 14 .364 Baltimore 7 14 .333 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet LosAngeles 17 8 .880 Cincinnati 14 8 .636 NewYork 14 8 .636 Chicago 15 11 .577 Montreal 12 10 .545 San Francisco 12 11 .522 Houston 12 12 .500 St. Louis.... '....10 11 .476 Piltsburgh 11 14 .440 Philadelphia 9 14 .391 SanDiego 9 14 .391 .Atlanta 6 18 .250 NOTE. Split-squad games count in i standings, lias do nol Saturday's Games Milwaukee 9, Chicago Cubs 2 Toronto 3, Chicago While Sox 2 LosAngeles?, Houston 2 Cincinnali 8, Pittsburgh 7 St. Louis 2, Texas 1 Montreal 4, New York Yankees 2 Boston 5, Kansas City 3 Detroit 9, Philadelphia 3 Baltimore 9, Atlanta 4 Minnesota 3, New York Mets 2 Cleveland 9, Oakland 8,11 innings San Francisco 6, San Diego 3 Seattle 17, California 3 Sunday's Gimea St. Louis vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. New York Mets at Port St. Luoie, Fla.,1:05p.m, Baltimore vs. Atlanta at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox n. Pittsburgh «t Bridenton, FU., 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. New York Yankees at : ort Lauderdale, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Kansas City at Haines City,Fla.,1:35 p.m. Toronto vs. Minnesota at Orlando, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Boston vs. Texas at Port Charlotte, : la., 1:35 p.m. Montreal vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Cleveland vs. Milwaukee at Chandler, Ariz.,3 p.m. Chicago Cuba vs. Sin Frtnclsco at Scott sdale, Ariz,, 3 p.m. Oakland vs. Seattle at Tempe, Ariz., 3p.m. San Diego vs. California at Palm Springs, Calif., 4 p,m, Monday's Gimea Texas vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. Houston at Kissimmee, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Cincinnati al Plan! City, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Toronto vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Los Angeles vs. Montreal at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05p.m. New York Mets vs, Boston at Winter Haven, Fla.,1:05p.m. Pittsburgh vs. KansasCity at Haines City, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Detroit vs. Chicago White Sox it Sinaoti, Fla.,1:35p.m. Seattle vs. Milwaukee at Chandler, Ariz.,3 p.m. Chicago Cubs va. Cleveland it Tucson, Ariz., 3 p.m. San Diego vs. California al Palm Springs, Calif., 4 p.m. New York Yankees vs. Baltimore at Miami, 7:35 p.m. San Francisco vs. Oakland at Phoenix, Ariz., 8:35 p.m. Bailey's Season Ends In Deja Vu; Kemp Too Much For Noll To Top INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The legend of sophomore sensation Damon Bailey ran like a television rerun Saturday as his Bedford-North Lawrence team lost in the state semifinal for the second consecutive year. Top-ranked Muncie Central did the damage at Market Square Arena this year, defeating the third-ranked Stars 60-53 despite a 25-point performance by Bailey. In the second semifinal No. 2 Concord remained undefeated with a 66-50 verdict over Hammond Noli. • ••; •-•'• -'•••..:"; ': ' '•"'•"••'• " "We didn't play very well,"' said Bedford Coach Dan Bush, who lost to eventual state champion Marion in last year's semifinal and followed up a 23-4 record with a 26-2 performance this year. "I suppose you've got to give a lot of the credit to Muncie Central." Chandler Thompson did most of the damage for the Bearcats, who earned the right to try to raise their state record of seven state titles. The 6-foot-3 Thompson scored 32 points and had a game-high 13 rebounds. He also had three blocked shots. "He's an outstanding player," Bush said of the Muncie senior. "He jumps well. We just didn't do a very good job (against him)." Bailey, who carried a 31.4 scoring average into the game, made his first three shots as the Stars opened 8-0 and 10-2 advantages. But, the 6-3 Baiiey connected on only eight of 20 shots — a sharp difference from the 62.5 percent mark he brought into the game. The aggressive work of Kris Winningham consistently kept the ball out of Bailey's hands much of the game and pressured him when he had the ball, causing the Stars' offense to sputter from its 79.4 point-per-game average. "They played a tough man-to-man defense. ... I don't think we played as well as we're capable," Bush said. "It would have taken a very good effort to beat a team like that, although we had the effort, we just didn't quite get the performance we wanted, so we'll try it again." NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L 47 21 30 36 30 38 QB y-Boston Philadelphia Washington NewYork ........ 29 38 New Jersey ...... 18 51 Central Division x-Detroit ......... 45 21 Atlanta ........... 41 26 Chicago .......... 3« 2« Milwaukee ....... 37 29 Indiana ........... 33 34 Cleveland ........ 31 36 Pet. .691 .441 17 ,441 17 .433 17% .281 29tt .662 .612 414 .562 6'A .561 8 .483 12» .449 15% ........ . WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L .45 21 .42 26 .39 26 ..38 29 .25 41 .19 48 QB Pel. .682 .618 4 .600 5V2 .567 7V4 .379 20 .284 26'A x-Dallas x-Denver x-Houston.,,. x-Utah San Antonio.. Sacramento.. Pacific Division x-LA Lakers...... 52 15 .776 x-Portland 42 24 .636 9% Seattle 35 3* .522 17 Phoenix 22 45 .328 30 Golden Slate 17 49 .256 Wh LA Clippers 14 52 .212 37'A x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Friday's Garnet Chicago 111, CtevilUHniO, OT Indiana 101, New Jersey 100 Philadelphia 97, Boston 93 Dallas 106, Portland 101 San Antonio 107, Detroit 106 Los Angeles Clippers 113, Golden State 98 Denver 120, Los Angeles Lakers 119 Saturday's Games Late Gwrwa Not Included Washington 99, New Jersey 86 Atlanta 109, Cleveland 10J Chicago 109, Indiana 100 Bush didn't think that Muncie's defense caused Bailey, who finished his sophomore year with 1,509 points, to change his game. "They did a nice job. They made him work for everything he shot," Bush said. In the second game, Concord outscored Noll 38-23 in the second half after leading by only one point at halftime. "All we told them at halftime was that we got to do a better job of getting it into people and blocking off on the offensive board," Concord Coach Jim Hahnsaid. "One of the things that hurt us today" was that we had to give up a lot defensively trying to- contain (6-11 Shawn) Kemp," Noll Coach Jack Gabor said. "We had to put two or three people around him. I thought our kids did a pretty good job at it." The prep Ail-American bound for Kentucky finished with 19 points, 15 rebounds and also had nine blocked shots. Bill Mutch contributed 15 to the victory, including eight in the third period when the Minutemen outscored the Warriors 18-8. "We've talked to the kids all year long about we have to take advantage of what the defense gives us. They weren't guarding Bill Mutch today. They were using his defensive man to help out on Shawn inside and he took it upon himself to step up and hit those 15-foot shots that he had," Hahn said. "We didn't shoot the ball very well today," said Gabor, who guided a Noll team that didn't have a starter taller than 6-5 to a 21-6 record. "We lost the game offensively. We didn't execute very well offensively. I thought defensively we did just about as much as we could." Noll, the first Hammond team to make the Final Four since 1940, had only four seniors on a 12-man roster that included two freshmen and three sophomores. "We played like sophomores and juniors out there," Gabor said. "When you see the ball just slipping out of their hands, it just wasn't very competent offensive play today.... These kids worked awfully hard and one of the goals that they'll have is to be back here someday." Connecticut Sends VCU Home; Ohio State, Colorado State Win Associated Press Connecticut Coach Jim Calhoun looked at the Scoreboard at halftime, saw that his Huskies were three points behind Virginia Commonwealth and never gave it a second thought. "I felt confident at the half because we were basically able to do what we wanted to do and were able to make the necessary adjustments," Calhoun said after Connecticut's 72-61 victory Friday night in the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament. The Huskies, 18-14, broke out of a 51-51 tie by outscoring the Rams 21-10 over final 6:53. Phil Gamble scored seven of his 18 points on free throws in the final six minutes, and Cliff Robinson added 17 points for Connecticut. Gamble made six foul shots and Jeff King, who finished with 14 points, also added six during a 14-5 run as UConn moved into the semifinals for the first time in seven tournament appearances. Also advancing to the semifinals were Colorado State, a 64-49 winner over Arkansas State, and/ Ohio State, which eliminated New Mexico 68-65. The last NIT Roundup quarterfinal game was Saturday when Boston College took its 17-13 record to Middle Tennessee State to meet the 23-10 Blue Raiders. UConn, which finished last in the Big East Conference, advances to the semifinals, which begin Tuesday at New York's Madison Square Garden. "Once we got the'lead, we were able to get them out of their zone and spread the floor," Calhoun said. "We then gof the points and that's how we were able to spurt away." "They executed as well as anyone did against us all year," said Phil Stinnie, who led VCU, 23-12, witli 25 points. The game was played at the Huskies' tiny campus fieldhouse in SJorrs before 4,801 partisan fans. Oliio St 68, New Mexico 65 . Jay Burson scored 20 points and Ohio State, 19-12, made 13 of 16 free throws in the final 14 minutes to avenge a defeat last December in the Lobo Invitational tournament. The Buckeyes made only two field goals in the final 14 minutes, but pulled off the victory with accuracy from the line, where they were 22 of 26 for the night. Jimmy Rogers led host New Mexico, 22-14, with 18 points. Charlie Thomas added 17 points and Hunter Greene 14. Jerry Francis added 17 points and Curtis Wilson 13 for the Buckeyes. Colo. 81764,ArkansasSt. 49 Pat Durham scored 26 points and Colorado State used a relentless half-court pressure defense that subdued Arkansas State. The Rams, 21-12, scored nine straight points midway through the second half to open up a 45-27 lead with 10:35 left. Trent Shippen added 14 points and David Turcotte 13 for CSU. Ed Louden and Rhon Johnson finished with 13 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the Indians, who finished 21-14. John Tate, ASU's leading scorer this season, had 12 points in the first half but was held scoreless over the final 20 minutes.

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