The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1950 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1950 1 BI/VTHEVTT.I.E (AKK.V COUNTER NEWS No Grass Growing Under Big Feet of Bosox WaSt Dropo II w II IT T>H riy-ti\f-ti * ' PACE FTV1? HAM'II IIO11KN Associate!! I'rcss Sjiorls Writer Walt Dropo is off to a K0 od .shirt in his attempt to iniikc Boston Red Sux Jans 1'orgct Jiininy Koxx and lUidy York. * Not since the days of "Double X" e Big Rudy have the Red Sox e^ented such a robust hitting first .seman ns i}ros>o. Gritnly dcterjnined to make the Biacic after fluffing his first chance last spring. Dropo is whacking American League pitching at a terrific .«S gait, tops In his league. The former University of Connecticut football, basketball and baseball star received his second i Mobile SOUTIIKKN ASSOCIATION \\ L Birmingham jg 10 n 10 Hi III 15 10 opportunity early this month when Atlanta Billy Goodman, Boston's regular New Orleans first sackcr chipped a bone in his Memphis . ankle. Chattanooga Up Trnin IxiMlsville Nashvill Dropo has let no ^ra-ss frrow Liule Rock mirier his feet since his elevation from Louisville of the American Association. He has pounded out 11 hits including three home runs and Phllndelpliia a triple in 39 times at bat. i Brooklyn Yesterday the 225-pound six-loot- ' Chicago .'.'. five husky drove out three singles to lead his mates to a 3-1 triumph over their old Uirmcntor. Rao Scarborough, and the surprising Wash- New York inglon Senators. Cincinnati Dropo, who failed to slick last year, is optimistic over bis pros- AMICKICA-N pents (his year. "What a difference between now f.nrt last. year. I'm In much better shape, mentally as well as physic- Birmingham Back on Top In Southern NATIONAL LKACUE \V L 13 11 9 11 11 10 St. Louis . ....,... Boston Pitt.sbnrph illy." he said recently. "Ijist year I actually ran myself down worry- Ing. A couple of nights In New- York I couldn't sleep at nil. I think 1 ve learned a lot in a year." Sox Movn Up , 11l« victory moved the Red Sox, TB?ig with the New York Yankee.-;, who also won, to within a half game of the league-leading Detroit Ti- pcrs. The Yanks edged the Philadelphia Athletics, 3-2, In a night. Srame at, Yankee Stadium. 'I'he Tigers and St. Louh Browns were Idle. Jerry Coleman accounted Tor all of the Yankee runs with a three- run homer In the fifth Inning off I-ou Bri.-w-jie, who went down to his fifth defeat.' Tommy Byrne surrendered eight hits, including a two-run homer hy Sam Chapman in posting hl.s second conquest. Rookie Al Rosen belted a three- run first inning homer to lead the Cleveland Indians to ft ."i-l victory over the chicane White Kox. The blow was Rosen's seventh of the season. Swell Blackwell turned in his finest performance of his comeback bid as he pitched the last place Cincinnati Reds to a 3-1. five-hit victory over 4he Cardinals in K night game at St. Ijouis. . Home runs by Preston Ward and A^Jy Pafko plus effective pitching r^iiob Rush enabled the Chiacago Cubs to down the Pittsburgh Pirates. 6-3. In the National's only day game. The Boston Braves, Brooklyn Dodgers, New York Giants s Philadelphia Phillies were Idle. Del roil. New York . Boston . .. Washington . Cleveland . Philadelphia Chicago . ... St. Louis . Hv Tin- Associated Tress The Birmingham Barons are back on lop of the Southern Association with New Orleans getting an assist on the Jump. The Barons, in thinl place heforc .lEIO ! l ? i Way night's games, blasted the .615 i eistwhilc leaders from Mobile, 9-:). .000 ! while New Orleans prevented At- .556, lanta from taking over the top .4411; spot wijh a 4-3 victory. Memnhls .417 i slammed Chattanooga! 13-5. Nash- .077 ville nnd Little Rock were rained out. Uirniinsham went lo work early on Mobile's ace rookie, Marion Pri cano. scoring six runs in the first two innings and then coasting on home. 'Hie P.srons' Norm x.nnchln slammed a homer off reliever John Hall in the .seventh. Lclly Leo Kiely held the Rears to five hits including Cliff Abcr- son's eighth home run. New Orleans won as Stan Wcnlzrl I'd. .619 .57!! .5IJ3 [ .550 I .476 .333316 1'rl. .706 .650 .025 .579 .500 .351) .'>50 .250 Major League- Leaders By thfi Associated Tress American League Batling — Dropo. Boston .' l£hncr, Philadelphia, an. Runs—Pesky, Boston. 24; DIMag- gin, Boston, 20. Run.s Batted Tn _ Williams and Stephens, Barton, 26. Hifa — DiMaggio and Stcpliens, Boston, 31. Doubles—Zarilla, Boston and Kryhoski, Detroit, 8. Triple.-;—Doerr, Boston, and Henrich, New York 4. Home Runs—Wi..._ Rosen, Cleveland, 1. Stolen Bases—Dillingcr. Philadelphia and Adams, Chicago, 2. Strikeouts — Lemon, Cleveland HndMcDermoU, Boston, 24. Pitching _ stobbs, Boston. 2-0 J/jj. liouiicman, Detroit, x-i ^ Yesterday's Results Southern Association Birmingham 9. Mobile 3 Memphis is. Chattanooga 5 New Oilcans 4. Atlanta 3 Litilc Rock at Nashville postponed National League. Chicago 6, Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 3. St. Louis 1 rnlght) (Only games scheduled) American League Boston 3. Washington I New York 3, Philadelphia 2 (night) ' Cleveland s, Chicago 1 (night) (Only games scheduled) .Today's Games Soullirrn Association Birmingham at Mobile, nighl Atlanta at New Orleans, night Nashville at Chattanooga, night Only games National League Boston at Brooklvn New York at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis, night American Lcagnr .Philadelphia at New York Washington at Boston Chicago at Cleveland St. Louts at Detroit P*fko, Chi^g.-,. .423. Run;—Jethroe, Boston, 22- Jones Philadelphia, 20. Runs Batted Intones, Philadelphia. 21; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 20. Wts-^Jethroe. Boston.~32; Musial St. Louis and Ennis, Philadelphia. Dnublns—Robinson, Brooklyn 9- Musial. St. Louis 8. Trmles—Jelhroe and Kcrr, Bos- Ion. 3. Home Runs — Gordon, Boston, Kiner. Pllisburgh and Jones Phil- arielDhia, 7. Stolen Bases — Reese, Brooklyn, 5: .jelhroc, Boston. 4. Strikeouts — Roberts, Philadelphia, 31; Spalvn. Boston. 27. Pitting — Rush. Chicago and Werle, Pittsburgh, 3-0 1000. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given lhat the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as Rt. No. 3, Leachville, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales lhat he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and lhat the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of Ihis state, or any other state relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit lo be issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July. 1950. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. v. n. .Jolliff .^It' 1 --'.rrv^rt iilfl :,i' ( orn to before mt t!i.i 1.' ris.y iv( J.lz.y 1<J3J. 1.11.3. ildr.-.nili BUelJi-.-d No'ory Public My Commission expires: 31953. 5-12-50 opened with the bottom of the ninth triple and came home on pinchliiilcr Harry I-'isher's single. Memphis cracked 18 hits off four Lookout hurlcrs. Every Chick- gol al Icasl one hit. Ed McGhcfi led the assault with 4 for 6 including two doubles. Newhouser Gets Tiger Knol! Call DETROIT, Tiger fans < today when May 13. W—Detroit lot some good news the hitherto ailing Hal Newhouscr was named to pitch Hal Newhouscr was anmed to pilch against the St. Louis Browns here tomorrow. It will be the first appearance of the American League season for the 28-year-old lefthander who has been sidelined with a sore shoulder that cropped up in spring training. 'I'he first place Delroilcrs were hopeful thai Newhouser would show his old form since the additional pitching strength figures as an important faclor In the league race. Manager Red Rolfe said the decision to start Newhouser was marie after the veteran lefthander came to him in Boston Thursday and reported his ailing arm was okay. Newhouscr's appearance will be in the windup of the tw-o-gamc weekend series with the Browns. Virgil Trucks (2-1) mnric. his third bid for win No. 3 today, matching pitches with the Browns' Ned Garver (1-2). Hy IIA1IKV A. HA INKS and C1.AUIJH Ii SI'AKKS (Tor George Clark who Is in Canada on vacation) Rain . . . Cuss words . . , j| 01 -o Raiii , , . Jiore cuss words—|iiit Iheni all loKtllici- and you can readily uiidor- stiiiul tliat the Blyllicville K|imi s world is having "H rough time those days. But bad weather not withstanding, there are a r«w sports events still sloshing around the city. What,-j'cr instance? Sports Doins' of Loccii Sports E. B. Gee and Frank Wagner, jr.. niytheviiio High School students, vcsU'iclay represented the city in the stale high school golf tournament Iwiiiu played in 1CI Dorado. G«: deli'micd his last year's tllle of slule Class A medalist, Somehow Hie Rlylhcville liny Winilnw Softball league Is slill playing ana someone wins n ball game every lime. The' stem's, however, look more like Ihe pmumiiuel board at I'imllco. Fifteen to 11, 11 lo one. 14 to 13—just lo mention a few. If you favor Ihe old fashioned slugfcsl, they aren't bad games lo walch. Speaking ol the Hay Window Leslie, Courier News Dirty Sox "Klngfc!-" Dick Mills has been heard bemoaning Die lat-i, that a local sports writer recently failed to credit him with n home run hit aRnlnsl Whisenhiml. Apparently the "Babe" works only in CI.AIIK HID advertising >!.•(,a, imuit. The Biggest is on the Bank A sour note on the local spoils .weno was sounded in the cars of news room personnel here the other day when Mississippi County Fair Association Secretary R. E. Blaylock reported that fishermen, down on then luck, are prone lo wet their lines in Walker Park's artificial pond, niayloi-k pointed out Ihe place was opened for fishing wilh the thought of providing a place, for Blytheville's youngslcrs to try their hand at hooking a fish or two. Now, he reports, adult fishermen hive attacked the pond in earnest, will probably louse up the fishing for kids. Some sport. Coppedge Is Canned .iolm Oliver "Bo" Coppedge. Die giant tackle who slurred for (he Chlckasaws. VMI ami Niivy, has drawn nn unlikely assignment.'A lieutenant (junior grade), he has somehow managed to cram his big frame into a sub. He's stationed in Sun Diego, calif., nnd is serving aboard the snbmailne USS Dloden. One more reason why professional boxing in Memphis has changed promoters with each phase of the moon and is n sick spoils child: the Maxim-Peterson walla of Friday night. A Liltlc, Hock writer called the shot a month ago, said Maxim would be matched with Peterson who has been knocked stifl by the llghtlicnvy champ in just about every town south of the Arctic Circle. This bit of information came when Memphis promoters were Announcing Maxim had been booked for the fight with an "ninmmert" opponent. On the olbor hand, 'twould be ]xx>r business for Maxim to risk his reputation for that thill Memphis gate. City League Is Mighty Slow Softball play In the Blytheville Y League has gotten off lo an extremely slow start this spring with six of iiie eight league learns having been left at the post on a muddy truck. Thus far, only one game has been played with the dribbling weather causing postponement of seven others. Burnett's Pacemakers managed to squeeze in one game Thursday night against thi> Razoi-uncxs. In the event you have forgotten wlio plnys in the citv league, (he others are Svillivnn-Nelson. Biylhcvillc Motor, Montgomery Ward Ark-Mo Jaycee, and Wade-Lee Cotton Co. But, Leave it to the Kiddies However, most of the city's springtime athletic program seems lo hinge around Little Park (al least that's the park we see the most of). Barring (ugh!) rain, the dusty little Softball diamond is a daily beehive of activity with the half-pints (boys and girls) taking [heir cuts Immediately after school is out and the lumbering Bay window leaguers corning along for their nve-innmg toil—which usually consumes the better part of two hours. Hogs' Roughness Up for Review Today •AUSTIN, Tex., Muy 13. (APJ -* Hie tiimUiwrcl Conference was due to inline K new I'xecuLive secretary net on two vllnl ArkmsiU mailers today. Tills official, I'orrcspondtng lo commissioner of other college eon- l.s expected to be picked from Ihrec men—Morley Jennings, athK'lic liin-ctor of Texas Tech; Howard rinititis, athletic director of TPXIIS Christian, and Claude Kcllam, athletic director of San ••'•Milo li|n|i schools. The one selected will replace Jnmcs II. Stewart, who resigned tn become vice-president and general mnnaser of the state Fair of Tcxrvs. 'Hie faculty committee, governine body of tiie conference, also hns oilier linpoi'tnul mutters lo transact in winding up its spring One will be to rule on an tippenl from Arkansas IhiU censure voted nptiinst It hist December for rough play in the football game with Tcx- s Ciu 1st Inn be removed. The con- rroni'e volcrl the censure follow- IK n protest from Texas ChrHlnn Coach Diilch Meyer and a report by Slcwait. Arkansas has claimed Ihe conference look Ihe action En un(U|0 hns'e nnd without proper consideration of all implications Involved and without Investigation other than Hie one made by Stewart. U. nf A. (,'agprs niv Carpel A ruling also will be mrule on the status of five Arkansas freshmen ba.skelliiill placyrs who participated in an AAU tournament iuid fnce loss of one varsity season of ell: bility been use there is n conference rule against such partlcipallon. Arkansas Ims asked for leniency oh qrolimls It did not knowingly violate the rule. Last ni^ht Ihe comniHce voted thumbs down on a request from swimming coaches Hint water polo be mrule an official sport and that swimming championships he determined ou n round-robin basis like nolf and tennis are now. "13" team football was legnlixcd but limited to five games a season The conference fathers also np- proved Texas plan submitted by TnEcrscholnstic League Host Scratched; Duel Looms Between Middleground, Prince By ntr:i) iiAvni'.s' NEW YOliK, May 13. (;l>j-Yoiir lost, Kentucky ucrliy fiivoritc wlio ran out of ens nftpr n mlta. w;is scrntchcd Irom HrlincntV Witlic'rs mile tod.iy, makint; ilic $»,000 iidd- jod events a duel between Nfiddte- gnnnid nnd Hill Prince. Middk'gintmc! is the Texas twister, owned by Robert J. Kleberg, who fcrunpi-rcd homr: In front of 13 rivals last Saturday at Churchill Downs In the Derby. C. T. Che- ncry's Virginia-bred Hill Prince wa» second. Withdrawal of Your Ifost and W. o. Helis' Selector nnd G. F. Wld- ner's LiglK.i Up, left a cozy field , "f seven in the race, which many And Hernandez ^X'^r'i^^t^tS! |y«ir old thoroughbreds. The Derby, Hlvilii.i'iiin .1. .1 I next week's [<irakness and the liel- !"" lr "" p1 ' Mont Stakes are the other events. No rcnson was given for ll« Sirois and Geiz To Meet Welch Mike Mcroiicy lin.s bunked Wall.. Sirois and Al GeU to oppose ncw- comer Ilennte Hernnndev. and Lester Welch for Ihe feature 'Attraction of his weekly Monday night grapple sho\v. Hernandez wrcsled here for the (list lime last ivcek. Welch, another of the famous brother act of the ring, iitul Cicty. rue both velcnm performers 111 the Hlyllieville area. Sirois Is a fnvoritc of Ulythcvillu mat fans. Welch will meet the rugged Hlrols and Hernnnde/, w ||| tangle with Get/. Ill the two one-fall prclimln- arlc.s. of Your Host, owned by , movie man William Goetz. H svas a sunny day and GosneE! Fdged By Hayti 7-6 Gosneli was cilged out 7-0 by llayll Thursday night In a Mississippi County School Buseball (jamc played on the ratter's home diamond. Bracken war the winning pitcher for nayli and Ward was the loser. Emery relieved Ward in the fifth Inning. I-'rench went two for four to lead the Qosncll hitters. A game scheduled with Armorel was mined out last nliiht ami cios- ncll's next game ta lo be plnyccl Tuesday at Leachviltc. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described ns 119 W. Main Street, BIythevillc. Mississippi, Arkansas. The undersigned slates that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been Kirby vs. Riiey in Links Meet VIRGINIA BEACH. Va., May 13. liPf— Dorothy Kirby of Atlanta battled Polly Riley of Fort Worth. Texas, here today in the finals of the 35th amateur championship of the Women's Southern Golf Association. This Is the fourth meeting between the two finals contestants, clashing in 3fi holes of match play over the G,OG5-yard Cavalier Yacht and Country Club course. The layout par is 72. The pair met twice in 1947 In the early rounds of the National Woman's tournament and in the third round of the Southern Women's classic. Miss Kirby took both matches. Miss Riley eliminated Miss Kirby in the Western Open of 1949. Miss Kirby, playing one-under- par ROlf, whipped Mary Lena Faulk, 7 and 5 in yesterday's semifinals. Miss Riiey trimmer] Betty MacKinnon of Mt. pleasant, Tex., \ d 2. control of high school athlclic recruiting. The league, complained that schoolboys were being contacted and given "try-outs" by the col- ICKC.S while still In hlRh school und with athletic eligibility left. They said this disrupted Hie boys' school work. The conference agreed not to permit high .school athletes to visit the college campus while participating In n sport, that If they arc not participating they can visit the campus only on non-school days and lhat any contact made by coaches with schoolboys will be with the knowledge of the high school officials. State Teachers Cops AIC Meet Ll'lTLB HOCK, May 13. (fl'i—He nay not be another Jesse Owens or lyde Scott, but little Ken Stephens s likely to be quite a truck and eld man by the time- he reaches, oting age. The blond, 19-ycnr-old speedster om Conway personally accounted or ii] of the 40-1J2 points Arkansas Pastures need rest periods to grow a seed erop to replenish themselves. convicted of a felony or oilier crime mvoh-iu;; moral Uirpiiude; tliat uo l!C5i:is to .-c;] b;cr by (.fas unci:;-- ^ii:ci I:EJ been rtvo-sd williin iivc; years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is (or permit to be issued for operation beginning on Ihe 1 day of July, 1050, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1350. Odell Campbell Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day ot May, IDiO. Beth K. Bunch (Notary Public) My Commission expires: Apiil 23, 1052. 5-13-SO NOTICE 1 Notice Is hereby given that the j undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues ol the Stnte of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer ot retail on the premises described a.s Route 1, Luxora. Mississippi County. The underslgneo. slates that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or otncr crime involving moral turpitude: that no license to sell beer by the I undersigned has been revoked within live year.', last past: and that the undersigned has never been convicted ol violating the laws ol this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors Application Is for permit to be Issued for opcration|bcglnning on the 3Ist day ot July 1950, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1951. William Reynolds Dycss Margaret Dyess Wade Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of May 1950. ' Elizabeth Mason (Notary Public) My Commission expire.:: J-26-54. j-13-iia Are Termites Ruining Your Property? Government st.'ilislics say Hint Tcrmilc (lamnscc was second only lo fire in (lie United Slates. SVc will make an inspection and give you an estimate, it needed, without eost. Our work is licensed by (lie Arkansas Slate I'lant Hoard — we have 12 years of experience to guarantee you satisfaction. © FREE INSPECTION • UPERIQR TERMITE CO. H. C. Kkinkenship ... L. .T. Xcllcr Phone 2350 or 3373 WARNING OIlDfCH The defendant, S. C. Alexander, Is warned to appear In the Chancery Court, Chic't:asawha District ' Mississippi County. Arkansas, within thirty days and answer the com- plulnt of the plaintiff, Ethel Alexander, j Witness my hand, as clerk of snirl court, and the seal hereof, on hl.s i 12th day of May, 1S50. i Harvey Morris, Cle.'l: ' By Ania Sykes. D. C. ! Frank C. Douglass, ally for pltf. ) 5-13-20-27 | B-3 or r.r.n CROSS ANNUAL MKETIXG | Notice Is hereby given lh<U the' llpnual Meeting of Ihe Chldcasaw- vrf-i District Chapter of the American Red Cross will be held In the- Courtroom of the Ohlcknsawba District Courthouse in Blythcville, A*-k- nnsis, on Wednesday. M>y 31. 1.S50 at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of that meeUng i= to mnkc an annual report of actlvilies carried on durln- tl'e past year and to elect Olfircr.- snd Rrrtrd Members to direct the ; onrration o' the laid Chnpler for • the year bc.sinnln" July 1, 1D50 and i civlin^ Ju,-e 30. 1551. i Every person In the Chlckasawba Df.«-rlct of Mississippi Cdiintj who h-s eontrlhuted one dollar or more In the past twelve mnr.lhr is a n-e-'-ber of the Chapter nnd each : member is urged to attend. i H. NOBLE GIIL CHAPTER CHAIRMAN By Jutla L. Haralson Mrs. Floyd L. Karal-on. Executive Sccratarv . 5-13-201 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA RESILING I-0\V"•;«'] AD.MISSIO.N I'KICK ANYWHKKHt > Kescrvccl Sen Is on Sate ;M Ihe Legion Ami;, from 6 p.m Kvcry Monday Monday, May 15 AIMH/IS Stic — t.'llll.DKKN isc New Slarling Time S:15 I50X SEATS 15c ICXTKA . i1a> Inrlnitrdi TAG MATCH WALTER SSROSS and AL GETZ versus BENNiE HERNANDEZ and LESTER WELCH Also 2 1-Fall 30-Minute Matches SIROIS vs. WELCH HERNANDEZ vs. GETZ Arkot 2-1 Cotton Seed I'roihiccd by University of Arkansas Experiment Sin. BREEDERS SEED Available to Arkansas Growers [•".xfrcincly early in fruiting and matures quicli. Ilar- vtsl (i") lo SO per cent of crop al firsl picking. High Kin turn out. Staple: l-l/.'{2 lo I 5/32 inches. Tlircc-ycar average ill Delta Siilisliition 712 pounds lint per acre. Oilier production records in l!)lfl: At [Uarianna — S02 pounds per acre; Al Hope — G28 pounds per acre: In Craighrail County — 722 pounds per acre. l!ig boll. Predominately five-locked. Knsy picked by hand or machine. Seed arc of high germination. Sec Your Ginhcr or RAY F, PRICE 111 West Walnut FJt.vUieville, Ark. I'ltonc 2271 ..Long Distance 13 the (rack wns rated as fast. All eight starters will carry 12S pounds, otlwrs In the i-acc In addition to Ihe big twosome are Mrs. Andy Schu'.tingcr'.-i Ferd, exiiecteil to be the biggest threat lo the Derby pair; Donald p. Ross' Greek Sotig, Wllblnton Farm's erosion, C. II. KHincid's Maryland Day and Mrs. W. M. Jofford's Siillcimin. Guard rails In farrowhiK houses will prevent many baby pigs Irom l)elt!<: crushed by their mothers. .Stnle Tomihcrs College scored la winning Die A1O meet here lasl night. Arkansas stale was second 1 Hendrix third. Guaranteed Fishing Worm Getter I'niir a little CAHI.V Itlltl) where worms art—on rich, damp soil, miller large roelis. boards, etc. Wnrms crawl Id .surface In • (eu minutes. Doesn't hurt worms. Saves money, time, work, also from rtinntiiK "lit of worms on trips l-'iin In itsr. 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