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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, W51 Chicks Stretch Win Streak- It was a pair of hard-hitting, hard-fighting teams that drove each other up and down Haley Field last night, as Blythevilie beat Benton, HI., 19-18. Blylheville was trailing by five points In the fourth quarter ^-hen Hay butted his way through the Benton line (picture one) to Rain one yard, six points, and the ball game. Benton boys trying to stop Hay were Earl Bailor. 68. George Ross, 71 and Lowell Southern 59. Chick end Rob Hill IK brought down (picture two) by Ben- ton's Jack Mills aflcr snagging a pass on the Hangers two-yard line. Bill Dorch'mcra, Bcnton Co-Captain, is coming up on the play. In picture three, BcnUm's Earl Bailor, lets a pass go through his arms as he dives for the ball on Blythevllle's 45-yard line late in the third quarter. Tom Mosley and Mel Hay were coining up hard on the pass —A Courier Nem Photo Feature receiver. Donald Gentry, Blythevilie fullback. It being hauled down on the Benton 48 (picture four) by an unidentified Benton tackier after picking up 11 yards on an end sweep the first play of the game. Chicks Edge Good Benton Team 19-18; Dodgers Drop to Tie with Giants Hay Scores Three Times As Tribe Gets 19th in Row Bj GEORGE CI.ARK (Courier News Sporti Editor} Blytheville's Chickasaws, by the breadth of a single extra point, kept their long wiming slrenk intact here last night as they outlasted a flashy gang of Benton, 111., Rangers 19-18 in a rough and tumble thriller at Haley Field. The extra point, garnered on a Mel Hay pass to reserve end Bob Hil! off a kick from placement formation came in the waning seconds ol the first half following the Tribe's •econd touchdown and it gave the Chick* the narrow lead which they never surrendered from that point en. . The win was the Chicks third of •he iea«on without a loss and It ran thek victory string to 19 consecutive fame extending back to Thanksgiving Day of 1949. The game, although lacking In penalties, was a rough and tumble affair from the starting gun and •here .were intervals when things «ot a bit too rough. The clash was Highlighted by nigged lino play and t line display of offensive mancu- Ters by both teams. ' Jt wa* the second straight game fci which the Chicks were outplayed. •tflttatically speaking. The chicks led In only one offensive department—passing—and that proved to be the decisive department. Mel Hay cranked up his throwing arm 13 times, completed seven of his toisei for a net gain of 60 yards. Most of his completion. 1 ; came in *ha laft half when the chips were down. Benton tried but three aerials •nd completed but one of them, a 12-yarder. Two of Hay's passes were Intercepted and one of the interceptions was turned into a Benton touchdown. In all other departments tho Chicks were outclassed by the visit- Ing Rangers. Rangers Were ToUKh The Rangers proved to be a bit tougher than the Chicks had expected. That was obvious. They were led by a quartet of hard running, speedy backs who ground out 180 yards and 13 first downs on the turf. Earl Bailor, swift moving halfback, and Bill Dorchlcnez. a rotund but rowdy fullback were their big offensive guns received ample and capable assistance from John Dorchtc- nez, their field general and Otto Briley who was forced from the game in the second quarter due to a back injury. Rugged line play In the second half and the running of a. pair of pint-sized backs, sophomore halfback Tommy Mosley and fullback Donald Gentry, were the Chicks brightest spots oi the night. Defensive play by the Tribe's forward wa! was a bit sluggish during the first two quarters but it improved considerably after the intermission an after three quarters the Blythevilie line was in full command. forcing Briley to punt to the Chicles 20 with Gentry returning the kick to the 30. At this point tile Chicks elected the acrlnl route hill their first attempt was hauled down by Briley at the 45 and he went all the way untouched for the Hangers second touchdown. Bill Dorclilnccz's conversion kick was wide and Benton led 12-6. With only two minutes left to go until hnlftime. the Chicks got their second scoring drive underway with Benton's kick off following the score. On the kickoff Bill Dorchincez got the Hangers a 15 yard penalty for jawing with Referee Latham Graham and the Rangers had to kick from their 25. Hay brought the kick from the Blythevilie 40 to the Benton 44 and started the scoring machinery in operation again, He tried a long pass o Holland but overshot him at the 10. Then he hit quarterback Charles Oarner on a screen pnss that was good but for four yards. O'Brien circled end to the 37 and then on the Statue of Liberty play off a pass he went 13 yards to the 21. Hay's pass to Holland was good to two-yard line from where Chicks' big halfback plunged over for his second touchdown. The Winning Point Then cnme who I proved to be the game-winning: extra point. With Gentry back In place kick formation and Hny dou'n to hold, the Benton line was sucked in toward the middle so Hny, instead of placing the ball down In kicking position raised suddenly nnd passed to Hil in the end zone lo give the Tribe a 13-12 lead at hnlftime. But Benton didn't stny bchlnc long. The Rangers generated nnothe long scoring drive as the second ha] opened. Taking the third cuiartc: Caruthersville Defeated! 3 to 0 Tigers' Defensive Play Holds Sikeston To Two Touchdowns CARUTfrEnSVILiE, Mo. Sl-pt. 20—SlkesUm. one of the better teams of Southern Missouri, fount! the going n little tougher thnn expected against Caruthersville here last night, managing only R 13-0 victory. The visiting eleven scored both Its touchdowns In the first half and then hung on during the final two periods ns a stubborn Caruthersville defense refused to yield. Sikeston quarterback Yeargatn got the scoring underway in the first perloii when he passed 11 yards to end Reed In the end zone. The second touchdown came In the second quarter when halfback Bizzell scampered into the end 7one from the Tigers' 22 yard line Yeargain kicked the extra point to complete Ihe night's scoring. CEinithersvllle missed a golden scoring chance in the early minutes On the first play of the game Yeargain fumbled at the Sikeston four and Caruthersville recovered. Bu' the Tigers couldn't move and Sikeston took over on downs. Although their offense was sluggish and never got started, the Tigers were great on defense. Their line checked another apparen Sikeston touchdown in the secont quarter when it dug in nt the one foot line and held for downs. Starting lineups: C.iruMiersvillc Pos. Cronior iioyd Patterson .. Clayton ... Privett Woods .... Spain Cravens ' ... VanAusdall Summers .. . kickotf at the 40, Bailor. Bill notch- Morgan ... Inccz and halfback Allen Kays, who replaced the injured Briley. began to move. They hammered away at the Blythcvlllo line for four straight first downs to the Blythevilie 19. From here Bailor circled end nil the way to the one and a first down. But it took the Rangers (our downs to pick up that precious one yard. Blytheville's big line dug In and stopped three straight thrusts for no Rain. But on the fourth do'-vvi hit- Bill Dorchlnco?, dived over the line Into the end zone. The kick for conversion this time was wide and shc>rt. But Bonton's lead was short-ltv- i cd. The Chirks took the WrkoII tol- L.E. L.T. I/.O. . C. . R.J. R. r. R. B. Q.B. H •&. H.B. . F.B. Slkcstot ,. Mitchel ... Gimlij , Artuddel .. Lambcr Rud( 2icgcnhon Rcec . Yeargain .... Bizzel Dyer Bake 1 Bosox Victims Of 2 No-Hitters NEW YORK, Sept. 29. (AP) — New York Yankee righthander Alll Reynolds no-hit no-run victory ove Boston yesterday was only the sec oncl In 20 years recorded against th Red Sox. Hob Burke of Washington pitche (i 5-0 gem ngnlnst the Sox on Auv R. 1D3I. Boho Newsom, then with s" Louis, held the Sox hitlefs for nil innings on Sept. 18, 133-1 but gin up a hit in the tenth and lost. 2-1 Mel Hay scored all three fllythe- j lowlnfr the touchdown at their own ville touchdowns on line stabs', the longest being from seven yarns' out. 42 with Mnslcy and Gentry leading thr way. drove 58 yards to Ihe final ley, Hill. Gilbow. Snyrier, Hays Mny, Jones, Skelton. Bcnton — Southern. Johnson, Schrodt, Adams, Kays, McDonald. Snnrtusk and Webster, Scoring touchdown: Blytheville—Mel Hay 3. Benton—„ nal frame with a 13-yard pass ta Dorr ">' 1 «z, Briley and B. Dorchtn Holland ' cl "'~ Extr a points: Blytheville—Hil Ho tried thf same play and it Officials-Latham Graham, referee owning i worked agnin. this time lor 12 yards j Zrwk Curhn, umpire; Cecil Hur ' "'•'"• the Bcnton five Tlirce Vlavs* l' hrlr --- linesman; Sterling Itlman field judge. The three TDs were his filth, sixth i score. They pirkod up two slrnlcht 1n ,5. sev ™ lh of the year. | first downs to the Benlon 31 in the The Rangers drew tirst blood scor- ; ctoanc seconds of the tlitrri period mg the first time they got the ball and Hay opened the Fourth and fl- flic re- on an 80-yard sustained drive. Chicks won the coin tossing monies and headed gonlwnrd diately after taking (he kickoff. Mel Hay and Gentry picked \ '" r *n| from the winning touchdown and on I his own right, guard and tackle to Ifcoro. Gentry's conversion kick fnil- out of gas at the Be Hay punted to the end zone."" Dorchincez Scores Taking over at the 20 the Rangers and Bailor, zipped through big 1 in Ihe Chicks' forward wall First downs Yds. gnri. rush . Passes attempted the i Passes Completed game the Hangers tried desperately p^s. pnd. passing j to pull a victory out of the lire but \ Interceptions by Game SUtlrslics B'viilc Bento ... 10 .. 124 ... 13 1 ... 60 Football Scores County Blytheville 10, Benton 18 Osccoln 27, West Memphis 8 Burdelte 26, Hughes 0 Lepanto 13, Luxora 6 Wilson 59, Harrisburgh 0 State Texarkana, Tex., 57. Little Rock 7 Pine Bluff 27. Fort Smith 6 Magnolia 27, Smackover 0 Greenwood 10. Danville 7 Ola 12, Perryvllle 0 North Little Rock 20. Camden 0 Hot Springs 35. Nashville 13 De Queen 47, Ashdown 6 Jonesboro 32, Helena 6 Lakeside 21, Amity 7 El Dorado 38, Hope 0 Batesvillc 12. Paragould 0 Russellvllle 53. Conway 7 Pine Bluff 27, Fort Smith 6. Texarkana, Ark. 65, Arkadclphia 0 DeWitl 6, Bauxite 0 Clarendon 49, Barton 0 Jacksonville 25, England 8 Euclorn 27. McGchce 7 Newport 19, Augusta 6 RIson 12, Dermott 6 Wynne 26, Pnrkln 6 Clacksville 19, Mansfield 12 Benton 34, Catholic High 0 Fordyce 1, Gurdon 6 Warren 20, Star City 0 Brlnkley 13. Forrest City 0 Booneville 26. Ozork o Prescott 6, Dierks 8 Newport 19, Augusta 6 Lake Village 33, Dumas 0 Fayetteville 26, Subiaco 7 Lewisville 26. Strong 7 McCrory 23. Marianna 6 Pocahontas 46. Marked Tree 0 Morrllton 26, Dardanelle 0 Lonokc 12, Clinton 0 Bald Knob 12, Searcy 6 Southeast Missouri Bikeston 13, Caruthersville 0 Poplar Bluff 13, Piggott 13 Kennctt 27, Charleston 0 Jackson 12, East, Prairie 0 Cape Girardeau 7, Cairo 6 Dexter 13. Ilhno-Fornfelt 12 Chaflee 19, Hayti 6 Portageville 19. Maiden 7 College Western Illinois 27, Central Michigan 6 Houston 33. Detroit 7 College of Emporia 42, Baker 1 Northeastern Okla 14, Southeastern Okla 0 Missouri Valley 26, Ottawa (Kas) 12 Kirksville (Mo) 45, Central Missouri 0 McPherson 47. Concordia (Neb) 6 Bethel (Kas) 18. Sterling 6 Wayne (Neb) 3(1, Neb. Wcs!eyan7 Donne 46, Chadron 7 Hastings 20, Kearney 7 Wofford 21, Tampa 14 West Virginia 18. Furman 7 Chattanooga 33. Abilene Christian 7 I Utah State 21. Wichita ^ Browns Drop Twin Bill To Chisox Cards Idle By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St, Louis Browns, building for the years to come, were reminded ngritn of the current sorrowful year lust night as the Chicago White Sox swept n double header, G-2 and 4-3. It \vas Vbe 100th and 101st of the year for the Browns. They've won 51 to stay just above the .333 mark. A tenth-inning home run by Ed Stewart, his sixth," decided the nightcap, as he smashed one of Satch Paige's pitches to the roof of the right lield pavilion. It gave Paige, who relieved starter Duane Wilson Defeats Harrisburg 59-0 Bulldogs Get Third Win in Easy Manner; Cash Scores Twice WILSON, Sept. 29—Wilson's Bulldogs made it three victories in a row here last night as they hung up a convincing 59-0 win over Harrisburg. The Bulldogs jumped to a 27-0 halftime edge with H. P. Cash. Jimmy Muncy, Tommy Boyles and Edv:'n Webb scoring touchdowns in the first two quarters. Cash added his second marker ot the night in the third qaurter when he brought a Harrisburg punt back 80 yards behind perfect blocking. The Bulldogs continued the rout with three more markers In the final stanza. Terry Robinson, a substitute halfback, scored two of I these three markers, on a 65-yard run. Muncy got the other one on an 18-yard tackle slant. Although they were outweighed at practically every position, the Bulldogs we're in command of the game from the opening whistle. Harrisburg never penetrated Wilson territory. Both sides substituted freely, with Wilson using every player dressed out. Wilson Burch ..... precis Perry Stanrod ... Abbott Alexander McNnbb .. Muncy ..,. Cash Boyles Vebb Plllette in the eighth, a 3-4 record. Howie (5-0( Junson went all the way for Chicago. Cliff Mapes hit a two-run hom- for the Browns in the second, his ninth of the year. For Chicago. Nellie Fox got his fourth of the season in the first Inning when he scampered for an Inade-thc-park homer. Eddie Robinson poked his 29th homer of the year In the opener, but the White Sox could have won without it.. They scored tour runs in the third to give Ken Holcombe his Ilth victory against 12 defeats. Bob Mahoney's rcccrd slipped to 2-5 as the first of three Browns' hurlers to take the mound. This afternoon Turley (0-0). a Brownie newcomer, takes the hill against Chicago's Lou Krctlow 109). The St. Louis Cardinals were idle last night, but meet the Chicago Cubs in Wriglcy Field today behind Jackie Cullur.i (1-1). The Cubs will pitch Turk Lown (4-9>. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Brooklyn . . New York . St. Louis . Boston . Philadelphia Cincinnati , Pittsburgh . Chicago . . 94 94 79 IS 13 67 63 . 61 .61,; .618 .523 .500 .480 .441 .414 .404 New York . Cleveland . Boston . ., Chicago . . Detroit . .. Philadelphia Wc:hh,gton St. Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE Vi L Pet. ..95 65 ..92 60 87 80 by thls Umc BI >-"'"-lHc's : Fumbles to five straight first down to the i y ^ , Blytheville nine to set up Ihe first' 1 " command ol play and the Ol'Pts. fumbles Rari2 " s > ost 1nt> hal1 on downs I mirtliclrt - rhc Cnicks tr - <i lo move Penalties score. Bailor kept things going bv circling end to the two from where , John Dorchincez plowed over guard ! a ^ Am aut another pn^ for the six pointer. The pass from j !t °PP fd lh e nl at "x 1 Bcnton 13. . center on the extra point placement was high and Ihe ball was downed The game ended three plays later with Holland, who was a bier thorn ; on both olfcnse and rl.iycr Mel Hay Garner That was all the scoring in the *° * nc Dangers on both olfcnse and Garner first quarter but the Chicks got into i defense, hauling down a rtesperat I-m i O'Brien the see-saw set early in the'second' Benton pass at minfictd. Gentry stanza. Taking a Benton punt at) Starting Lineups Holland 2 for 33 yds. 2 inr 36 yds N'one 2 for 30 yds. Individual Records rilythcvllli- Trios Net Gain A«;. 31 the Blythevilie 48 at the start of the period, Mosley hula-hipped his way 34 yards to the Rangers' 20 on the return to set up the touchdown. Mel Blythevilie Holland ... Hornberger Mayo Hay cut off tackle to the 10 andJPr iv ett then passed to end Bob Hill who was hauled down at the Benton two. Hay then lumbered over tackle for the score. Gentry's kick from placement was low. Chicks Check Drive The Chicks checked another Ecu- ton drive at the Blythevilie 43, Koonce Hodge Mack Hay Garner ... OBrien .. Mel Hay .. Gentry L E. L.T. L O. C. . R.O. R T. R.E Q.B. H.B H B F.B. J. Dorchincez Bailor Brilev B. I>orchinrrz Snyder Mosley Benton Ncal .... Mills . Roberts r. Grenco Konriritz .... Ross t Jnsinskas Bailor 10 3 1 . 5 0 18 28 11 0 36 Player J. Dorchincez 33 124 BcnScn Trirs .Vet Gain Briley B. Dr chincez Kays 20 74 6 62 18 Substitutions: Bljiheville—Mos- 3.87 0 3.60 2.80 3.67 0 1.20 3.78 AVR. 3.33 5.69 1,20 4.13 3.6<) 4.09 Mildred Burke Hurt in Wreck RARSTOW. Calif.. Sept. 29. (AF> —Wrestler Mildred Burke. 36, is recovering today from serious Injuries suffered when her auto blew a tire on U. S. Highway 66 east of here yesterday. Miss Burke was one of three per- 51 101 .269 .605 .576 -526 .474 .450 .404 .336 G.R 14',; 18 21 27 31 321= I5H 23'i 27 34 44'i VESTEKDAVS RESULTS National League Philadelphia 4, Brooklyn 3 Cinc.lnna.ttl 4, Pittsburgh 3 Only games scheduled. American League New York 8-11. Boston 0-3 Chicago 6-4. St. Louis 2-3 (seconc game 10 Innings) Only games scheduled. sons hurt In the accident. Sta.t< Highway Patrolmen said the vete ran woman wrestler's car swerved after the blowout and collided witl an auto driven by Maj. Vincent Fer guson, Albuquerque, N. M. Miss Burke" suffered a vertebr fracture. A passenger. Billy Wolfe. Jr., 29, her stepson, received a skull fracture. 1 Pos. L.E. L T. L.G. . C. . R.3. R r. R.E Q.B. H.B. H G. . P. B Harrisburg Collins Long .. Williams Moser ,. Brachlhcr ,. Reynolds Jones .. Durham ... Morgan Hardin Nix Phils Beat Brooks Again; Yanks Clinch AL Pennant By JACK HAND M Associated Press Sports Writer ! ^ The gallant New York Giants, tied for first place after wiping out a 13% game Brooklyn lead, threaten to elbow into the world series with the New York Yankees in ona of baseball's greatest comebacks. With the Yanks already "In" &ft-«. _____^_ er Allie Reynold's no-hitter and yesterday's double win over Boston, the Giants rate an even chance to charge past the fading Dodgers, 4-3 losers to the Phillies. Pushed into a tie by Brooklyn's oss, the idle Giants play at Boston flday and tomorrow while the Doders meet the Phils in two singles t Philadelphia. Unless the tia Is broken there •ill be a best-of-three playoff for ie National League championship, tarting at Brooklyn Monday. Reynolds Hurls No-Hitter The Dodger night loss almost Lole the play from the Yanks' d straight pennant clinching nd 18th in their history. Even Reynolds' brilliant no-hitter, his •^econd of the season, lost some of luster amidst the wild confu- ion over the National League race. Reynold's dramatic thriiJer in the irst game with the Red Sox, 8-0, assured the Yanks of no worse than a tie. Seven runs in the second inning and a three-run homer by Joe Di- \Iaggio in the sixth sewed up the 1-3 clincher, Vic Raschi's 21st. win. The double Boston loss elimina- ed idle Cleveland, now 314 back, but also assured the Indians of fin- shing second. There were other games: Cincin- atl shaded Pittsburgh. 4-3, and :he Chicago White Sox swept a twi-night double from St. Louis, 6-2 and 4-3 in 10 innings. A Philadelphia-Washington night ga'rne was postponed because of cold weather. The other teams were not scheduled. ^ields, Mobley To Wrestle Canny-Moody Lee Fields and Rex Mobley, the ng match team that made a hi with Blytheville fans during fou •itrainht grudge bout appearances lere. return to the Memorial Audi orinm wrestling card Mondn' night. Mobley and Fields are booked t< take on Bill Canny, one of the! grudge bout opponents, and bi Jack Moody in the main event o the American Legion's wrestlini ow at the Auditorium. Fields and Mobley have becom one of the most popular tag tenm to perform here In some time. Botr are junior heavyweights with Field weighing but 119 pounds. Canny and Moody are both vet eran heavyweights topping the 220 pound mark. Canny is a student o the rough and tumble school whit Moody is A Strangler Lewis head lock artist. In the prelimonary bouts. Cann will take on Fields and Mobley wi meet Moody. Spanish galleons of the 15th-11t Centuries served as both war an merchant ships. Houston Tops Birmingham 1-0 Buffs Win Behind Mizell to Even Dixie Series Score HOUSTON, Tex., Sept. 29. (AP)— Houston ami Birmingham headed for the deep south today to resume the battle for the Dixie Series championship with the clubs all square. Houston last night evened the series at one game apiece as'.Wilmer Mizell, the rookie southpaw, bested/ Ralph Brickner in a mound duel ^*v and the Texas League club won l-i). Each pitcher allowed four hits but \ Mizell, turned in his finest job of ^ the season, fanned 14 batters. Bobo Newsom, former major gue pitcher, will hurl for Birm: ham tomorrow with Freddy M.^rtT Lepanto Beats Luxora 13-6 Tate to Looney Pass Nets Panthers' Tally LUXORA. Sept. 29--Lepnnto beat Luxora 13-6 in a closely fought contest at Lepanto last night. Lepanto drew first blood early after blocking a Luxora punt in the first quarter, and moving to touchdown from the Luxora 20. Luxora put on a sustained drive niter receiving next kickoff carrying to Lepanto 20 beloie losing the ball on downs. Another Panther drive in the second quarter carried to the Lepanto two before a determined line threw them back. The Panthers stormed back after a pass interception and scored their lone tally on a 25 yard pass from Bobby Tate to left end Hazen Loo- on the mound for som, a righthander, record during the season; also a righthander, won 15 o W ney. Lepanto picked up their second score on an 80-yard drive early in the third quarter. Lowest Animal The Jellyfish Is the lowest form of animal life possessing an eye as a distinct structure. Its eyes can detect nothing more than light, darkness, and movement, however. Burdette Fourth Victory Pirates Whip Hughes 26-0 on Osceola Field BURDETTE. Sept. 29. — Coach Charley Sims' Burdette Pirates rolled to their fourth straight victory of the 1051 football season at Osceola last night, whipping the Hughe» Blue Devils 2S-0. Quarterback-halfback Terry Moore O'Neal paced the Pirates to their win scoring two of their four touchdowns, the first in the second quarter on a pass from halfback Daniels The play cnrried for ,5 yards. • Daniels and end Whatley scored Bi.rdette's other two touchdowns. Daniels' got his on a plunge from three yards out and Whatley picked up his on a 35 yard end sweep. Whalley and Burks got Burdette's two extra points. Defensively the Pirates' were great with Pierce, Williams, cable, J Perkins and Whatley playing good defensive games. Starting for the Pirates were- Burks, left end : B. Perkins, left tackle; Franks, left guard; Banks, center; J. Perkins, right guard- Robinson, right tackle; Whatley right end; O'Neal, quarterback- Daniels left halfback; Cable, fullback fullback, and Gore, right halfback. "Shj" Snakes Captive snakes In zoos and circuses often go on hunger strike* and would die of starvation If they were not forcibly fed. Large snakes dislike to be seen eating. Read Courier News Classified All SUPERVISORY FOREMAN We need a man, age 35 to 50, with cxlcnslve experience In fore- imnship. Supervise approxlmatclr 100 employees. Must be ambitious and able to think clearly. Good future. In application, please state in detail past experience. Compensation in accordance with »bll(ty. Write: RATION PACKING OS C EOT, A, ARK. CO. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Oct. 1 8 p.m. TAG MATCH Jack Moody & Bill Canny Adults 50c—Children 15c Lee Fields & Rex Mobley For Reserved Scats. Call 33S9 Also 2 1-Fall 90 Minute Matches Canny vs. Fields Moody vs. Mobley

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