The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1940 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 29, 1940
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS S PAGE FIVE Chicks Score Three Times In Opening- Quarter Oi[ Game Blytheville's triumphant Chicks hung up their steaming togs for the season Wednesday night with complete satisfaction, a few minutes after they had climaxed their successful 1940' grid-campaign:* witli a convincing 25-0 win over the Forrest City Mustangs. The score was particularly satisfying- because some people in the state had intimated the Chicks didn't have the stuff, although thev clinched the 1940 conference title a weel:*- ago. The Mustangs had not lost a conference game, had tied Jones- bcrp which handed Blytheville their only defeat, and the opinion prevailed that Coach Joe Dildy's Chicks might even suffer the humiliation of another loss. ;nd ran 49 yards to cross the Forrest City -goal line before an official called the play back. A little later in the period Victory made a 12-yard return of Webb's punt Title IsAtStake 'Goodbye, Monk" to. put Blytheville in possession on But this was the Chicks' night * el " r ° w " 46. Consecutive runs by and they came through like cham- 1 Y lc , to 7 and L1 ? yd ^ ave fclle chicks pions. They stainoeded the wild first down on the Mustang 24. Vic- pions. They stampeded, the wild Mustangs with a 'first quarter scoring spree on runs by Monk Mcsley and Sonny Lloyd that put the Chicks well out in front with a . 19-0 lead that they protected zealously through the fourth quarter wen the Chicks marched 5>i yards to sco v re again. on little Elliott Saliba's plunge from the three-yard line. The Chicks did something else noteworthy. They held the Mustangs scoreless for ttfe first time tiiis year. Blythevilla-allowed- the visitors ten first downs, the same number the Chicks rolled . ; up, but they did a jam-up" job of stopping Forrest City's hammering^ • backs when it counted. They, ^denied, plunging Frank Webb and Andy Forrester anything like a chance at a score, although these stars performed well, until they got into Chick territory. They also pretty- well covered the passes of crippled Vem Turk, who was badly handicapped with a leg injury, but who played gamely in spite of it. Standouts in the Forrest City line were Wally Wcody, hefty left guard who turned in a fine performance ... and Al Stewart, .left! Harrts • wingman, who made himself con-' tory then ripped the line for 14 yards for another first down on the ten. Sonny plunged seven yards and then Saliba bucked the ball across for the Chicks final score. Turk opened up with passes, one of which, was intercepted b.y Saliba on the Chick 29. Blytheville moved, back up the field but suffered a clipping penalty of 15 yards, but, even,then-made a first down on the Forrest City 44 where' Andy Forrester recovered a Chick Tumble.. Turk passed five times in succession, registering a first down on the Chick 44 but Blytheville finally took over the ball on their own 37 as the game ended. , Blytheville Forrest City, Smith Stewart Croslow Stone Cobb .. Wright spicuous for his ball-carrying efforts on end-around-end plays. Blytheville's forwards stacked 'em up too, particularly big Bo Coppedge, Everett Crcslpw and James Cobt) who led the charge and who inspired their feilow linemen to storm in on the; 'big blue. and white backs;vtimef N and again. . Ihat first VquarterXscoring performance' wla|£the ;-last "touchdown twin" act'^j^Monk:"andY"Sonny,'. Mcsley woundup his brilliant high school careerv^by;'thrilling his admirers with; a 46-'yard- touchdown run to set off ; .'the : .;Ghicfe-.fireworks, then booted an e'xtrappoint after one of Lloyd's two -•'- 'touchdown dashes. Mosley was "denied: the chance to boost his scoring record 1 , however, when he injured his ankle at the opening of the second quarter and had to be removed At half-time, the Blytheville band and pep squad .staged another of their entertaining demonstrations, contributing more color to an already colorful event. Blytheville's first , three touchdowns happened "in quick succession" after the Chicks really got going in the first quarter. The two teams played cautiously at first, but midway of the period Lloyd intercepted Turk's passj Passes intercepted by . 3 Besharse Left End Left- Tackle Left Guard Center Right Guard Right Tackle • ; Right End Quarterback .. Bryan .. Woody .. Wilson Me Cowan . Williams Rowland Turk (c) Mosley (a) .C. Forrester Left Halfback Saliba A. Forrester Right Halfback Lloyd Fullback Webb Blytheville ........ 19 0 0 6—25 Forrest; 'City 0000—0 'Substitutes: Blytheville — Ross, .Victory;- 1 Little, Allen,- -Rounsavile, Deal. Stovall, Thompson, Stafford, Trusty, Sims; Forre st • City—Bld- ridge, McGee, Coffey. Peevey," titngton, Warren, Westbrook, Bledsoe. Scoring touchdowns: Blytheville—Mosley t46 yard', runt, Lloyd 2 (line plunge and pass- interception), Saliba (plunge). Extra points: Blytheville—Mosley (drop kick). Officials—Referee, Cavett (Georgia Tech); umpire, King (Missouri); head linesman,. Manning (Arkansas College); field judge, 'Speck (Arkansas State). Game Statistics Bly. First- Downs 10 Gained by rushing " 283 Lost" by rushing 14 Net. gain . 268 Passes attempted 3 Passes completed 1 around the 50 yard line and returned it to Forrest City's 46. On the next play, .Mosley took the ball, was chased back across the mklfield stripe by the charging Mustang line, but danced., around and shook loose, as he tore out for the east sideline as his blockers went to work. Once under way the speedy little Chick flash showed his heels and went over standing up after his 46-yard run. It was a typical Mosley run and Monk's last touchdown trip for the Chicks. Alertness on the part of Leroy Ross. Chick end. who recovered Turk's blocked punt on the Forrest City three-yard line ~gave the Chicks their next scoring chance a couple of minutes later. Lloyd needed but one play to plunge it over the goal line. The next touchdown came even quicker as Webb returned the kick- cff to his 31 and Turk tried to pass. Lloyd raced over from behind the line, intercepted the heave and ran 35 yards for another score. This was followed by Mosley's extra point via dropkick, and the Chicks had their 19-0 lead. In the second quarter the Mus- Gained by passing Gained by pass int. No. punts 6 41 3 72 24 22 5 260 52 F. C. 10 104 38 66 9 2 0 16 0 5 136 27.2 0 1 45 45 45 1 Ave. each punt Gained punt return No. kickoffs Yardage of kickoffs- Ave. each kickoft" Gained kickofl return 10 No. penalties 4 Yardage of penalties 40 • 5 Individual Rushing Record Ave. Blytheville Tries Gain Loss Gain Mosley Lloyd Harris Victory Deal Ross Saliba. Smith 1 17 . 2 32 3 1 5 2 46 130 13 59 9 3 H 0 Totals 43 233 15 45.0 8.2 6.5 4.3 3.0 3.0 1.6 6.2 Ave. Forrest City Tries Gain Loss Gain Rowland Stewart A. Forrester 11 C. Forrester 4 .Webb, 8 Turk 2 5" 22 45 12 20 0 Totals 29 ' 104 38 tangs had a chance to strike back when McCowan recovered Lloyd's fumble on the Chick 24. but four plays netted only four yards as the Chicks tightened up and Bly- (Golfer Shook For thcville took over on their own 26| UI> • Jnoois r ° r frcm where they started another drivs that carried them as ' close to another score as the Forrest 0 8 2 2 13 13 5.0 4.6 3.9 2.5 .9 2.3 Marked Tree Scores In First Half, Osceola Ties In Second OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 29-In a Overwhelming confirmation of hard-fought tussle on Hulc Field the . " chtll »PionshIp" status of to- Crawfordsville And Altheimer Meet In Crucial Test Here Everything was in readiness today for Blytheville's first six-man football game and—fitting for this seat of top- ranking football—a game that will decide the unofficial six-man football championship of Arkansas, The place is Haley frield and the time is eight o'clock - ' _ In Osccola' Thanksgiving' Day, the , , . lght5 Wtts obtained when a, e , Osceola, Seminoles held the Marked Srawfordsvmi}. the team that plays Monk and Sonny . . .. their partnership ends. -Courier Nows photo Standing outside the dressing- oom door through which they have-. trotted together so many Limes, Monk Mosley and Sonny lloyd clasp hands as they come o the end of their partnership as Mytheville's "touchdown twins." Jome day, perhaps, they might again perform as teammates on •ome college eleven. That all de- opeuds. But as far as their high .•chool careers are concerned. Monk, and Sonny played together for the last time Wednesday night vhen they led the Chicks to a •mashing- triumph over Forrest Aty. Sonny will be back with the. Chicks in 1941, but Monk -has played his last for Blytheville and. next Fall will 1 'probably be running with some college freshman squad. This partnership has meant a City 16. A 15-yard holding penalty hurt the • Chicks, however, and the half ended before they could march back. The Mustangs drove from their own 30 as far as the Blytheville And He Scores It, Too NEWTON. Mass. '(UP)—Bill Blaney, former state - amateur golf champion, set a new course record of 67 at Brae Burn by scoring a hole in one on the, last hole. As -Blaney stepped up to the final, hole, the par 3 sixth, ' ~ """ '— ~~^ " *" »*w»\*i KfcAi* £jcu, *j OIAVH u£ iokinsly 44-yard line but were again hurled asked, partners John Cole and Mer- back by the Chick line and Turkj r jH. Delano, who had started the was forced to punt. Tins game seesawed as Lloyd uncorked two 19- yard runs in a drive to the Forrest City 38 where the Chicks, too, were forced to punt. An offside penalty at the open- _ mg of the fourth quarter cheated Flogging was abolished as a EJythcvilie of another touchdown' punishment in Uie United Stales as Lloyd slipped through the line army in 1861. round with him, if he should seek •the record or play it safe. "Go ahead—play for the ace," they solemnly told him. He did—and Stanford, Tennessee And Boston College Striving For Sectional Honors NEW YORK, Nov. 29. (UPj— The 1940 collegiate football season, which brought bitter disappointment to an unprecedented number of teams and high to only ayew, comes to a close tomorrow with three elevens—Stanford. Tennessee^ and Boston College—striving for sectional championships. Bowl invitations :jr all three, so far unbeaten and untied, will be at .stake as the other two survivin. perfect record teams, Mlnncso " and Lafayette, rest after completing their schedules. Top game of the cay so far as crowd appeal goes will be the Array-Navy classic. Lacking an> particular importance, the contest between the two service elevenr \vill attract over 100,000 fans because of its colorful pageantry Navy is a heavy favorite because army has won but one game this season. - .' " But it5s on the other three games that bids to post-season bowl extravaganzas hinge. Stanford, surprise team of 1940. can sew up the Pacific coast title and west- em Rose Bowl bid by defeating the tough California Golden Bears in thlr traditional • encounter. The Bears have impoved steadily and should cause trouble, if Stanford wins it will be the seventh straight conference triumph, for. the team that-won. only one game last year-. K Tennessee beats Vandcrbilt in us final game an invitation to Thole lot to Monk and 'Sonny. It las meant a whole'lot. to Blythe- i'ille, .particularly during the past .wo seasons in which the : two little "scat backs" .have been Bly theViUe's biggest scorers. This" year^ Mosley nas rolled _ up a total of 102 points to lead all other scorers, in the conference by a wide margin and his mate, Lloyd, with 65 points this season, rated second high hi individual, scoring. In 1939 their, position was reversed, Lloyd ranging as the Chicks' high scorer with 112 points and Mosley'second .with, 79 points. So much for their rec v - ords. ; " The Mosley-Lloyd: combination started back in 1936 when they were junior high, kids playing together on Ace Puckett's. .Papoose aggregation. In 1937 they were beginning to play sensational foot- -- ~ J "" " " ' " •"— i —n-.—^,—.^— •*• ^. some bowl will arrive tiy.the next mail. The Volunteers will also gain sole possesion. of the South caste:-)i title. Mississippi state and Aaoama, each with a mathematical chance for the crown, meet at Tiwralon*?. • /,j^. Winner of Miis game will ovobably play in me Orange Bowl — possibly against Fordham. Boston College meets Holy Cross in a game that shapes'up as fairly easy for the undefeated Eagles. Victory may open ' the way to an invitation to the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans and a., meeting with Tennessee. . The only other major game -sends Nebraska against Kansas State with the big six crown at stake. .Play is finished in the big ten and 5 big seven and the maority of Ivy j leaguers have ended .competition. The season's second Thanksgiving Day schedule, while numerics- lily small." served up an exciling prologue to Saturday's finale when Texas humbled mighty Texas A, & M. • • . ". -•• Never in the history of the Southwestern conference has a champion repeated' and as a. result of .yesterday's upset, one of two teamsr-Southern Methodist or Rice —may tie the Aggie.-,-, for the title. The Aggies' record is five one one while both SMU and Rice have won three and lost one with two to go. (If both .elevens win tomorrow, .then the victor in their Dec. 7 t meeting will tie with the Aggies. I Texas scored the only touchdown in . the first 'minute of play. After taking the kickoff on the 35, Layden passed &2 yards to- Grain on the first down. Another pass fell incomplete,'then .Laydeh' tossed to Doss , on /the. .one-foot line and drove through center on the next play oo score. Grain converted. Only , . olhcr ,•••''important result? were: Columbia" 0, Brown 0: Arkr ansas 2?; 'Tu'lsa 21; Kunaas 2B, Colorado State 0. ball with the juniors and were the two most promising youngsters to ccme up to the .senior squad In 1038, when Monk served as under- .study to his big brother, Russell now. with 'Bama's CrUnson Tide. :;These two beys; so nearly matched in size and ability on the Held that they were .long ago described •as - "tuchdown twins" have been almost as inseparable as real twins off the field. .They've been close .pals for years- and in their playing ; have never showed jealousy. |They have played as a team rather than as individual stars, a fact recognized and appreciated by most of their fans. And now, as Monk comes to the end of his high school career, he gets a handshake and a good wish from Sonny who remains to carry on for the Chicks another year. Tree Indians to a 6 to 8 draw, Markecl Tree scored first near . the end of the first half on n run by Ivy. Kick was wild. In the third quarter a pass. Annable to Bowen, tied the score. Kick was blocked. Four seniors played their last game for Osceola. Captain Terry Mitchell at left tackle turned in an excellent game, getting under many of the Indians' runs and stopping several plays before they could get going. Paul Amiable, who has played fullback for the Semiuoles all season, was taken out of the gume during the fourth period because of injuries. His passing accounted 1'or the Seminoles' only score. Brownley Shannon at right end threw the'opponents for losses several times on shoestring tackles. Buddy Barblers entered the game :lurlng the last quarter. Billy Driver, another senior who lias played all year was not in thu line-up 'because of injuries sustained in the Enrle game. Marker! Tree received the opening kick-off but was unuaie to'get'go*' Ing in the first quarter because of tumbles. During the first three minutes o[ the game Osceoln got inc ball twice in scoring territory, but was unable to put ii over. On chc first play the Indians lost •the ball on a fumbli: and Seat-on recovered lor Osceola. Four attempts :tt passes • were knocked clown. . Marked Tree made one first clown on an end. run by Lowe and were then held for downs. Due to a bad pass 1'rom center on the fourth aown. Osceola obtained possession on, the 20 yard'line. Four attempts iaikd lo advance the ball. '. Marked Tree on a series of runs moved up ( to tjic .35,', where .the ball was ""lost''oh a' fimiblc. SlVannon recovered for Osccola. On the first play Lowe of Marked Tree intercepted n pn.s.s. Tliey ndvanceri to the Osceolo, 35 and there lost on downs. With Butler and Fairlcy carrying, the Seminoles moved the ball to the . mid-stripe; before the first quarter'ended. Fairlcy carried twice tor another first down, and then the Seminoles lost the ball on downs. Then the Marked Tree- touchdown march began. With Ivy and Lowe alternating on carrying, the Indians made three first downs. The Seminoles then tightened down. Altheimer In the banner attraction, trounced the Shawneo Indians of Joiner, 20 to 7, Wednesday after- .toon <at Crawfordsville. The Crnwfordsville triumph over its high-ranking Northeast Arkansas Six-Man League rival left no teum in this part of the state to even dispute the claim of the Crawfordsville club which has won 11 straight games this year and .won 10 out of 11 last year, -incidentally 42 to 13; Drew Central, 29 to 12: and De Vails Bluff, 52 to 0, Crawfordsville also boasts a high scoring combine, having registered 391 points in 11 games, indicating plenty of scoring in tonight's battle. Its record (with Crawfordsville score given first): Tyronza, 24 to 0; Trumann, 00 to 0; Dyess, 65 to 0; Hulbert, 7 to 0; Lepanto, 45' to U; Turrell, 52 to 0; Luxora, 18 to 0; Marion, 19 to 6; Armorcl, 32 to 13; Kelser, 19 to 6; Shawnee, 20 to 7. - '< . Haley Field has been - re-marked „ — ,. _ „ _ ^ ,..„», j ^L»* , AAAV jituiAi/fi iij * •/ •" "••»* »•»*»* wytJi 2 ^ Hull AvU Crawfordsville Is conched by Elmo for'tno 80-yard "by 40-yard six-man Short, brother of Charlie Short of Paying field (contrasted to the this city. Short has brought teams 1( W-ynrd by 50-yard 11-man play- to Blytheville before,' • In fact the m 8" 3ielcl > »nd goal posts' have been Blythovlllc Chlckasows .bnrcly man- erected at the aboreviatcd "distances. aged to trip his Trenton, Tenn., li- I incidentally the goal posts vary hi --•---"-• • ----- man team back In 1924 when the Chicks had one of their stimclout width und height from the regulation 11-man game goal posts. teams. Jim Pickren, agricultural exten- Thc Klwanis Club of Bly the- j slon "gent here, has been Uestg- vllle, acting as sponsor pi' the game nalcci referee for the game. Pwlc- ren>i! anility Is well recognized. Club Commtitee -----r *•»*•»•• i • jj *» ^ »-H^VJ»»»JW* ^ 1 IT 1 i V Ki\lL«U for the Community Chest, deckled to stage the six-man game because many .local fans have expressed a desire to sec such a contest and because ..Mississippi, county boasts a number oi six-man .teams, probably more than liny other county in the state., The six-man game is a wide open style game, featured by Individual brilliance, much passing, long runs und a faster moving sequence than the 11-man game, In the opinion of many. Coaches who have tutored both types of teams, 11-man and six-man, claim that, the six-man grickler must be In better physical shape than the 11-man player. Altheimer, a small .town ;jiv .Jefferson county, home of Pine''Bluffs' Zebras, 'boasts a scoring record' of 203 points to 35 for Its opponents in seven games this fall, and was undefeated in 1939. Altheimer won as.";:;follows;",., (with-, the:.;Althcitner score' given first): dould.'W'to' 0; DCS Arc, 48 to 0; Gillet't, 33 to '12; White Hall, 39 .to 0; De Vails Bluff, When Klwania Ohulrmtm Roy Nelson asked from their own 8 ana the ball after a short Bulldogs Win 12th Straight Game During 1940 Grid Se, :ason JONESBORO, Nov. 29.—The undefeated and untied Paragould High School Bulldogs won their twelfth consecutive game by defeating Jonesboro, 13 to 6, here yesterday. On the short end of the first down totals, 15 to 6. the Bulldogs were strong defensively and twice held on the goal line. Once Jonesboro reached the Paragould six and later the two, but the- Bulldogs took over on the 15 each time. 'Jcnesboro was set for the Bulldogs' famfd running attack, v;ith passes to Ray Johnson, but it was A. J. Stearns, hig left end, who made the touchdowns. He ;caught passes for 17 and 27 yards from »T. C. Dcllms. quarterback to score tiie Bu'ildog touchdowns • in the first half. ' Robert Wheel is kicked the . extra point after the first score. After falling twice' in the -first half when it was inside the Paragould 10, Jonesboro finally scored in the third quarter .when Bud Daugherty plunged over from the one-foot line after 1 a drive of 78 yards. Stray Cats Are Heirs CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP) — A home for stray cats and .other ani-' mals will,be established with $500 left for that purpose by George W. Lane of Newton whose will was probated here, and held Marked Tree on the Osceola 35. On fourth down, a pass, Ivy to Rawies, gave the visitors first down on the Osceola 24. From there runs by Ivy and.Lowe moved the ball up to the 5. where Ivy took it over for six points. Kick went wild. The half ended with Osceola in possession on their own 35, having advanced recovered punt. The break in the ball game came about half way through the third period after an exchange of punts.. Annable received a kick on his own 30 and ran back to the Marked Tree 48 where ho was knocked out of bounds. On the next play, a long pass, Bowen to Edrington, they picked up 30 yards, advancing the ball to the visitors' 15. Another pass, Annable to Bowen. put the Dal I over for a score to tic up the game. Kick was blocked. The rest of the third quarter neither team was able to get the play far from the midfieJd stripe. The final quarter had the spectators on then- feet most of the time. With five intercepted passes and two fumbles, the ball was changing hands constantly. Jordan started the fireworks by snagging a short pass over center on the Osceola 25 and carrying it to the 30. Osceola was unable to advance and kicked out of bounds on the Marked Tree 48. Two plays later Bryant intercepted another pass and ran 45 yards where he was snowed under by three Marked Tree tacklers. On the next ptay Rawies intercepted for Marked Tree and brought the BUY YOUR HOLIDAY LIQUORS & WINES BY THE CASE AND'SAVE MONEY Complete Slock BLYTHE'ViLLE LIQUORySHOP ball back to the Osceola 45. Butler of Osccola readied Into the ih-. for one intended for tho Marked. Tree right end and the following play to the Marked Tree 45. • .'Osceola fumbled and•-.recovered on their own -15 and then passed. .lircctly into the arms of Snell of Marked Tree. Four attempted passes netted the Indians no gain,, and the game ended with Osceola. in possession of the ball. Officials were Jenks, referee; Castleberry, umpire, and GarretC head linesman. Starting line-ups follow: •••":." Marked Tree Rawies (c) Boxley Booth Wright Ford Gammil Cooper Lowe W.indland ivy Sacll Pos. RE RT RG c LG LT LE QB RH LH FB Osceola Shannon Pnilll ps Scaton Bryant! Stewart Mitchell ;:(c) Edrington Bowen ' Butler I'airley Annable conches of the two teams to submit a list of acceptable officials Pickren headed both lists. ; Probable opening lineups for the game tonight are as follows; Cr»wfordsvnie . • Altheim«r Ho. Pl«y«r Wt. i'os. Wt. Pl»y«r No. « WWto'iiis 15(1 U fcl 175 Mcliunicit, 0« IUKjumjy_ ufiflO ir.QWalt CO UU'hyluiiit 1SOR.K m Co'ftlc - 00 U Glenn 13a IL II 15CJ L^onh t'»U 7 CiiH'nuliiui! 1.5" ILB-lU^l'trrre til U VohBcy HJG t 1 |j i-|5 Unwou Oil Substitutes: (Crawfordsville) — Cockrill <(4), 138, back; Stacks, 145, back; Deering (9),,end; Briggs, 155. end; Walker (6) ( 165,'back; S. Williams (21, 150, end; Gilchrest, HO', back;-Roques m, 135,-back; Wilson (5), 170, end; .McCavary,' 125, end; B, Glenn, -110, end";, Ray, 120, end.. (Altheimer), ±- Hap/ill (64), ISO, center; Quattlebaum' (60), 125, backr'Moaenthin (65), 150, 'end; Lancaster (67); 180, s back; Davis (4), 145, center; Evans (3), 130, back; Miller (7), 150, end. Arkansas Football COLLEGE Arkansas 27, Tulsa 21, ' Oimchlta 34, Hendrix o. HIGH SCHOOL Little Rock I3 t North Little Rock 7- Paragould , 13. Jonesboro 6. Pine BIufT 14, Hope 13. Russellville 6, ClarksviUe 0. Beebe 25, Walnut Ridge 0. Cam den 2, EV Dorado 0. Brinkley 7, Stuttgart 0. Hot Springs 26, Fort Smith 2. Wynne 13, Cotton Plant 0. Lake Village 6, Eudora 0. Helena 19, Marianna 6. Texarkana (Tex.) 20. Texarkana (Ark.) 6. Fayettveille 13, Harrison 6. Searcy 27, Augusta 0.' " Nashville 19, De Queen 0. Osceola 6, Marked Tree.'6 (tie). Malvern 21, Monticello 2. Batesville 19, Newport- 6. , Conwcty 19. Morrilton 6." 100 PROOF 107 & 2nd . Thoiie 167 PROOF

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