The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 12, 1941 · 13
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The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska · 13

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Minnesota . . 34 Illinois .... 6 Texas .... 40 Oklahoma . . 7 Missouri ... 35 Kansas Stale . 0 Notre Dame . 20 Georgia Tech 0 Oregon State 10 Stanford ... 0 Nebraska overpowers Jay Five Cornliuskcr backs go over final line; Kansas m a w guntotg. Journal mtti Star f rranoli batter thru Michigan . . 40 Pittsburgh.. 0 hawks, 32-0 " ' , ; x . , i - R . "U ! EVANS I . 5 t" - ? r; FKST TIME THE HUSKIES BAN A SERIES OF FLATS line. Quarterback Marvin Athey is clearing the way. (Staff Oregon Coast with Stanford win Vaunted Indians tripped by Stiner's club, 10-0 CORVALLIS, Ore. (UP). Oregon State packed too much drive and aerial finsae. Saturday for Stanford Rose Bowl champions of last season and Oregon State won, 10 to 0. Stanford, with Frahkie Albert leading the push for their 13th straight victory, ran into 11 smooth-working, husky, orange-clad Oregon staters and couldn't score a point Bob Dethman and Don Durdan, as clever a pair of backs as can be found on the Pacific Coast, maneuvered in the first period to the 18-yard line for a placement. Then in the third period Oregon State picked up a fumble on the 13-yard line and scored a touchdown. The defeat ended Stanford's spectacular streak of victories on Unlucky 13. Rain fell continuously as the boys from Oregon State knocked dowta or intercepted Albert's passes and pushed back the surging Stanford line. Not Albert, but Durdan and Dethman, who last week swept Oregon State to an upset 9-6 victory over University of Washington, stole the show. . 8tiner Takes Bow. Singularly, it was a former University of Nebraska player, Lon Stiner, who became the coaching toast of the country. It was doubly pleasing to the baldish yet young mentor. He evened up in part for his alma mater. Stanford whipped Nebraska In the Rose 4Bowl last New Year's day. It rained Just before game time and almost thruout. In the last quarter, the downpour was so heavy it made visibility poor. Despite pre-game predictions by Coach Clark Shaughnessy and his aides that wet weather would not handicap the T formation, the reverse was true. The swift flanker movements springing from man in motion plays, slowed up noticeably. Dry balls were used frequently but they became slippery almost at once. All-America Quarterback Frank Albert, striving desperately to bring his team back from the brink of defeat, couldn't grip the ball to complete some of his southpaw passes. 'Bama swamp Howard BIRMINGHAM, Ala, UP). Alabama swamped Howard college Saturday, ,61 to 0, before . 6,000 fans. Powerful Penn steamrollers past Yale eleven, 28 to 13 NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP). Yale failed to live .up to its spectacular opening victory of a week ago, and succumbed Saturday to a fast rolling University of Pennsylvania eleven 28-13 in "a hard fought game that drew 30,000 fans to the bowk - 'o;,r. . " o . '''-Vr-yV ;, :'p3Sl:...:. . . . State surprises Rice slaps 10 to 9 surprise on Green Wave Brumley scores all Owl points HOUSTON, Tex. VPi. Tulane's hopes of an unbeaten season, skyscraper high after a glorious start, collapsed Saturday as Rice Institute, outweighed 18 pounds to the man, stopped the Green Wave's surge with a 10-9 victory. Rice seized a break in the first five minutes to score a touchdown that apparently demoralized the Green Wave, which showed only in flashes its vaunted steamroller power. Fireman Bob Brumley scored all of Rice's points but the glory did not belong solely to him. The Rice-men simply banded together and walloped Tulane as a smooth working unit. The game was played before 25,000 fans. Judge Land is reported 'resting comfortably' PETOSKEY, Mich, (UP), Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis, baseball commissioner, was reported resting comfortably Saturday night in the Little Traverse hospital. "The Judge is suffering from bronchial pneumonia following exposure and over-exertion incurred on a walking trip," Dr. Dean C. Burns, hospital director said. "He will remain in the hospital several weeks." Bert Stiff hammered two touchdowns over the Yale goal line. Bob Brundage and Joe Kane contributed the other two, while Capt Gene Davis made good on all the added 'points for Penn's point totaL Ed Taylor and Fred Dent snared passes for the only yale scores, In the last half. PvO . i'LONG) V" THEY SCORED. Here Vike Francis, starting fullback, huffs and photo.) i Washington beats State squad, 23-13 Score thrice in last half PULLMAN, Wash. UT. Two sophomore subs run wild In the second half to bring University of Washington from behind to a 23-13 victory over Washington State In a Coast conference football game Saturday. A homecoming crowd of 22,000 came to watch Washington State's Halfback Bill Sewell pass his team to victory, but remained to see the Washington sophs, Halfback Bob Barrett and Fullback Meir Brooks, save the game for the Huskies. The teams fought In mldfield thru the first quarter. As the second period opened, Sewell whipped a 15 yard pass to Fletcher, who rambled 15 more to the Washington 3. Londos punched it across in two plays. Two minutes later, Sewell tossed 30 yards to Fletcher, who raced across the goal line. Then Barrett and Brooks began to click. They drove 60 yards to the W. S. C. 5, where the ball, was lost on downs. A bad pass from center went over Sewell's head. He recovered behind the goal line, giving Washington a safety. Washington marched 70 yards to score in four plays after the second half opened. The Huskies started another touchdown drive, Brooks going over from the 4 , In the final period, Washington drove 37 yards for the third Husky touchdown. . Kearney uses passing attack to drop Peru Bobcat margin overcome, 13-7 PERU, Neb. Coach Pop Klein's Kaarney college eleven cut loose with a second half passing attack here Saturday to overcome a Peru lead and defeat the Bobcats 13 to 7. End Paul Blessing made a spectacular catch of an 8 yard toss to give Kearney a tie, and a few minutes later P. Petersen snared an 18 yard toss and fought 13 yards to pay dirt. Peru's marker came in the first half when Halfback Wendell Handley skirted the Kearney wing for 85 yards. Eighteen passes were thrown during the contest but only three were completed. Kearney made 12 first downs while Peru collected 10. : t - 4 V FIRST QUARTO Football scores.. Big Six MhMarl M. BalaMU SUM t. ' ' rka It. kuiMi , True M, OKlalMsm T. Big Ten MlrhKu 4(1, rilUbarill (. MlnnrwtlB 34, llllnol . Nrthrtrni 41, ttttrmulR 14. Ttxu ( hrkmaa It, Indians 14. State eollege KMtmry Trhrt. 18, I'm Tchr. 7. Omaha 10, Klmpaoa t. Talaa II, Irtlfhloa . Intersectional rtoiwna !, Bortoa Call. II. Itokr M, Marrlaa . tordaam 17, Nurta Carolina 14. batn ttune 10, .rorla Trrh. . Houlhrra MrlhoOl.t M, Collect of FartlM 0. Ifiu A. M. , Km lark lalv. 1. East Araaliuu Inat. , Corning Aral. (tn), Amnrl .13. Rowdoln 0. AppaJarhlan 3A, Hnl Carolina Tehrt. 7. Army 17, V. M. I. 10. rVUMi I nlv. 17, I'pwHt . Hrowa 14, Rhoo Ulan4 8tat 7. olhy 13. Vrrmonl a. Columbia II. frlnortoa t. Cornell 7, Harvard . Itartmoath IN. CoKalr I. Drlawarr- 14, I rulnii 0. llrH 1. Buffalo . franklin Marnnall If, Hanipdra 8td-aty t. Hamilton 17. Hooart 11. Havrrfnrd 17, HuKqurhanna . Htldeloerf 11 Capital It. rlnfatrs 13 ,nrookla 7. Indian (Pa.) Ttachcra II, Edlntmra Tnarhrtra IS. lArk Haven Trhra. IS, Mlppery Hock t. Main 7, Now Hampuhlra 7 U. Maninrkl Tenebera M, Bloomibnrt Teacher o. Muhlenberg M, Carnef la Teeh (. Middlebnry , Union 0. More bead Tehrt. !, Davis Elklnt T. Navy 41, Lafayette) 1. Navy Plebea 41, Temple Fronh . New Britain Trhra. W, rrenton Tehrt. 0. New York Attlra 1. National Farm . Norwich 10, MM. HI ate 0. Pantrr 13. Lowell Textile 1. Pennsylvania 18, Vale 13. Pennsylvania Hlato 17, Bueknell IX Koeneater 19, ifcenyon n. Rutgers in, Lettish . St. Amelm 13, American Intl. 0. Swarthmorn 10. American tnl. t. St. Lawrence ID, Springfield 0. Shlppentbnrg Tehrt. 0, aat Stroudtbnrf Trhra. Myraenae 4, Holy Cross 0. Trinity St, Worcester . Tnfts 15. Bates 13. V. 8. Coast toard 8, R. P. I. . Washington (, Hopkins 0. Washington A Jefferson 7. Dlrklnsos) f, Wesleyan 7, Conn. Univ. t. West Virginia 30, West Virginia Wesleyan . West Virginia Teeh 13, Hhepherd Mtate 0. West Virginia Inst. 14. Lincoln Pena. 0. Western Maryland 14, tit. Marys 11. Westminister 10, Hiram 0. William Jj Mary 10, Virginia 1'oly ' 7. Williams 88, Northwestern 0. South Alabama 01, Howard 0. Alfred 7, Clarkson Teeh T (tie). Allen 0, Rethune CJookman t. Anburn 34, Louisiana Teeh, 0. Catawba IB, High Point 0. Dlllard 19, Industrial 0. Kant Tennessee Tchrs. 8, Emory and Henry 0. Fayrttevllle Tchrs. 84, Hwlft Coll. 0. Hke 0, It. Valley rltats Coll, 0 (tie). Klsk 0, A. I. State 0. tie. Florida A. M. U, Montgomery Tchrs. 0. (Jeorgla mate I. C. 11, Voorlwrs . . J. C. Smith 14, Virginia Mate 18. Kalamuxoo 7, Michigan Normal 0. Kentucky State 17, Morehouse 7. ' King in, Maryvllu) 1. Lane 14, South Carolina A. k SI. T. .f ' lAngston JO. soothe rn 14. Memphis State Tchrs. M, Alabama Tchrs. . Mercer 18, South Georgia Tchrs. t. ' Mississippi State 0. Louisina State (Us).-Morgan 18. Virginia 0. ' ' North Carolina Ntate 0, Furmaa (tie). Paine College 44, Morris College 0. Hewanee 7, Davidson 1. Hhaw 10, Howard 0. Mouth Carolina , Wake Forest (tie). Tennessee 10, Dayton t. Tennessee State Tehrt. 8, Emory Johnson Thlei Con. II, Clarion state Tears, s. Vanderbilt 30, Kentucky 1ft. Vlllanova 0, Florida 0. Vlntlnla , Richmond 0. West Liberty 11, Ulenvllle 1. Winston-halem 13. St. Aaguttlne II (tie). Wnfford IS, Ersklue 0. Xailer 11, Leanoym t. Midwest Adrian 7, Ferris Inst. f. Auguslana M, Huron 0. Remldjl Tchrs. 34, Duluth Trhrs. 0. Bowling (Ireen t. Miami III 0. Central Mate Tchrs. 10, Mattevllkl Tears. 1, Cincinnati 37, Wnyne , Concordia 7, Hamlin 0. (Se SCORES, Page 2-B.) . fTXx j official xoxj. 4.,tV-1 to goal lint ; l-l' " - -J' to goal puffs his way thru the Kansas l Missouri uses passes lo sweep past Kansas Stale BY CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN. COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP). A lucky passing attack, used desperately to compensate for a misfiring T formation, exploded for touchdowns in every quarter Saturday as Missouri's Tigers swept aside Kansas State, 35 to 0, in a Big Six game. A small crowd of 10,000 roared the Tigers on their second successive victory of the season while Coach Don Faurot kept a stream of 33 substitutions flowing against a game Kansas State force that had speed and that was about all. i It was lanky Bob Steuber, half' back, who motivated the aerial maneuvers, slinging a 40 yard pass in the first quarter which connected with End Bert Ekern for a touchdown. It came after an early safety and should have given Kansas State the key of what was to follow. For Missouri scored again in the second, twice in the third and again In the last, using the air lanes for the ride. Wildcats Close. The Wildcats, without a win in three starts, squirmed to 12 yards from a touchdown in the last period, the closest they came to a score, but Francis Gwin's passes were knocked down in the end zone and the threat fizzled. Missouri's model T'Just wasn't synchronized and half way thru the first quarter It was replaced with a single wing fot up which bristled with laterals. Harold Adams lateralCd to Steuber in the second quarter resulting in a 20 yard run to glory dirt. Little Harry Ice shot a mighty 45 yard pass to Ekern who needed only to turn on his speed the remaining 20 yards in the big third period. A few minutes later Sophomore Dick Keller took a punt from Kansas State Quarterback Bill Quick, lateraled to Sophomore Red Wade who wiggled thru the entire Wildcat team for 65 yards and another touchdown. Fred Bouldin, another sophomore halfback, lateraled to Sophomore Jim Darr who pumped 15 yards to the last score. POS. KANSAS STATE. MISSOURI. L.R. Bnrnhnrt flnntnw L.T. Raemer Brenton Huff . . . Jeffries Hancock, Keith Shsffer M. FlUgerald Duncan Wsllach Watklns Ekern Quick Ice Tlmmons f Adsms Wllllntna Steuber Wllklns .' Reecs by periods: L.O. C. R.O. R.T. R K. J B. L.H. R.H. F.B. Score Kansas State o o u u u 8 7 14 6 38 Missouri Missouri scoring Touohdowns, Ekern 2, Steuber, Wade (for Ice), Darr (for Wade). Point after touchdown, (all placeKlckj), Steuber, Ekern, Keller (for Steuber). Safety, Quick, (tackles by Reece and Ban tow). Clemsqn halts Boston College BOSTON. UP). The educated toe of Clemson's Walter Payne gave the comeback hopes of Boston college a resounding kick in the seat of the trousers Saturday. The undefeated Tigers, sparked by this 186 pound tailback from Greenville, S. C, snarled and battled their way to a 26-13 triumph over Boston's talented Eagles In a spine tingling battle before 25,000 fans at windswept Fenway park. Bueknell sinks, 27-13 STATE COLLEGE, Pa. .T. Little Pepper Petrella scored four touchdowns on shortline plunges Saturday to spark Penn State to an uphill 27 to 18 victory over Bueknell. .t rJ - - forwards to step over the goal Marquette is humbled by Spartans, 13-7 Michigan Slale springs upset EAST LANSING. Mich. UP). Marquette university's Hilltoppers, conquerors last week of Wisconsin, were tripped 13-7 by an inspired Michigan State college team Saturday before a home Inaugural throng of 14,600. Two pint-sized Spartan ball carriers, Fullback Bob Sherman and Halfback Dick Kleppe, touched off the fireworks that gave State its first win of the season and marked the first loss for new coach Tom Stidham's Marquette eleven, Kieppe, who outshone Marquette's heralded Jimmy Richardson, counted the winning touchdown on a brilliant 53 yard punt return midway in the fourth period. He outfelnted a half dozen Marquette tacklers in his pay-off jaunt down the sidelines. Sherman capped an 85 yard State touchdown march that drew the first blood of the game late in the second period with a goal-line buck from the 2-yard stripe. Score on Pats. Altho threatening thruout the game on Richardson's passing and running, Marquette's only score came in the closing minutes of the second period when Johnny Goodyear picked off a pass from Richardson in the end zone. After a wobbly first quarter In which two State drives were spoiled by fumbles by Fullback Charley Carey, the Spartans suddenly found their stride and pounded the Hilltopper line for 176 yards from scrimmage while yielding only 85. The Hilltoppers unleashed a passing attack that netted 102 yards to 42 by State thru the air. However, the Spartans throttled heaves by Richardson and Halfback Bob McCahlll deep In their own territory. Apache, Dit share Jamaica spotlight JAMAICA, N. Y. (INS). Belair Stud's Apache and Arnold Hanger's Dit shared the spotlight Saturday when they won $10,000 added money fixtures that headlined the Jamaica racing card. Apache, with Jimmy Stout In the saddle, took the six furlong Remsen handicap, beating Devil Diver by a half length. Contradiction was two lengths further to the rear. Requested was a late scratch. never threatens seriously Y JOHN BENTLEY. University of Kansas Saturday began its seCond quarter century without celebrating a victory over Nebraska. Ther were 28,000 patrons plus 35 bands who watched Cornhusker power mixed with deceptive reverses fairly push the Jays off the field with a final reckoning of Nebraska '12, Knnsaa 0. It was proof again that no matter how efficient a passing attack may be, it won't provide points unless it can be spliced into a running attack. Ilefore the contest ended In temperature that crawled up near 80 degrees, Coach Biff Jones had completely cleaned the T.C.U. holds off Indiana lo win, 20-14 Hoosiers fail in last period BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UP). Texas Christian university pow red its way Into a comfortable lead over Indiana university Satur day, then was Jorced to battle with Its back against the wall to withstand a savage last period assault and come away with a 20 to 14 victory in an intersection! football game. FJicept for a few minutes early In the contest, TCU completely dominated play during the first thrre periods and assumed a 20 to 7 lead early In the final quarter. Then Indiana came to life and made a ball game of it. Bill Hillenbrand, Indiana's famed sopho more, whipped a 45 yard pass to Chuck Jacoby who took the ball on the TCU 22 snd raced for the score unmolested. Twice In lhe closing moments Indiana threatened to tie or win the game. Once the Hooslen marched 38 yards to TCU's 17 before losing the ball on downs. Sparked by Hillenbrand's 26 yard return of a punt, they roared back to the TCU 7 In the last minute but again the husky TCU line was equal to the task. The Hoosiers started like a ball of fire. They took the opening kickoff and drove 67 yards for a touchdown before TCU ever had possession of the ball. With the ball on TCU's 19, Earl Doloway flipped a pass to Hillenbrand who stepped over. Gene White kicked the point that sent Indiana Into a 7 to 0 lead. T. C. U. Goes Ahead. Not to be outdone, TCU marched back after the next kickoff 65 yards for its first touchdown, the score coming when Kyle Gillespie fired a 28 yard pass to Frank Kring in the end tone. Phil Roach converted from placement to ite it up. TCU went ahead, 13 to 7, in the third period on straight power plays. Starting on their own 22, the Tcxans marched 78 yards for the score, Gillespie smashing off tackle for the final 4 yards. Roach's attempted placekick for the point was blocked. Indiana set up TCU's final touchdown late In the third period when Hillenbrand tried to pass from behind his own goal. Frank Meda-nich Intercepted on the 10 and on the first play of the fourth period Gillespie drove over from the 2-yard line and Medanlch converted. That was the ball game except for Indiana's valiant but fruitless efforts in the closing minutes. POS. INDIANA TEXA8 CHRISTIAN Nash Alford Trimble Palmer K. White (C) Crawford (CK Tavener Blackatone Brae-alone Pugb L.E. L.T. L.O. C. R.O. R.T. R.T. Huff Adams RE. Smith rloacn Olllespla Sparks Q.B. Hsban L.H. Hillenbrand R.H. Jacohv Bond F.B. Doloway Kring Indiana 7 0 0 714 TCU 7 0 720 Touchdowns: ::H:lllnbrand, KHng, oil- lesple 7, Jacoby. Points after touchdown: E, While 2, Koacn. Menanicn. Substitutes: inaiana: r,nns, riasapes, Klllott. Tackles: Bell. Zlmny. Ouarria: Steele. Centers: Moelter. Jurklewles. Backs: Swlhart, Herbert, R. White, Har-rell. Texas christian: Guards, Hartsr, Moss, gull. Centers: Odrll, Wood fin. Backs: Hall, Baxley, Medanlch, Taylor, Montgom ery. Ramsey, Blerman. Referee: James Manser, nortnwestern. Umpire: James Hlcxlns. Dallas. Field Judge: Perry Graves, Illinois. Linesman: Jack Roach, Baylor. Nebraska-Kansas 1Q First downs earned...... 2 First downs penalty...... 0 Yards gained rushing.... 42 Yards lost rushing....... 0 Passes attempted 0 3 1 0 2 Passes Incomplete 0 Own passes intercepted. . . 0 Passes completed O Yards gained on passes. . - 0 Net yards gained 42 Laterals attempted 0 Laterals completed' t '0 10 139 0 0 0 1 63 30 0 Yards gained on laterals. 0 Punts 1 Punt average 30 Punts returned 0 Punts blocked by opts.... 0 Kickoffs 2 2 105 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kickoff yardage 116 Kickoffs returned ....... ' 0 Ball lost on downs 0 Fumbles 1 Ball .lost on fumbles 1 Own fumbles recovered. .. 0 Penalties 0 Penalty yardage ........ 0 Field goals attempted.... 0 Huaker bench, 35 player seeing action, and V uiinj learn was roaring toward another touchdowa when ths pUtol shot ended the gam. It It Truer la Nebraska that good? After taking two steps toward retention of Us Big Six title, the Cornhusker eleven la still an unknown quantity. There's speed and power, and evidently a lot of rugged young fellows who want to play football, but the sldellners were refusing to go out on a limb until they see Nebraska against Indiana here next Saturday. That one should answer a lot of questions which are still being asked. Dale Bradley, playing the out field in major league fashion nipped three of the 20 passes which Ralph Miller. Ray Nlblo and Ray Evans sprayed over the turf during the afternoon; Wayne Blue did a "Johnny Klmbroueh" once by running the end for a neat gain; Ken 81mmonj was lipping outside tackle on reverses after Allen Zlkmund whd had been do ing the same thing, limped from the field. My, how that boy Zlkmund can run! Those long strides appeared to be eating up about 10 yards every time he put a foot down when he had gained full momentum; the blocking of Vlke Francis was important and the hard slashing runs of Howard Debus alao contributed to the smashing defeat of the Kansana. Line Steps 'Em. The play of the Hunker line- all three of 'em! held Kansas to a net gain rushing of exactly no yards. The Jays gained 60 and lost 60 In this department when Game Captain George Abel, Clarence Hernoon, and the rest kept bumping, thru to spill those "spinner wing" plays before they developed. There were few times that Kansas appeared like It was going any place and on those rare occa sions penalties or interceptions shut off the threat The parade of touchdowns started after 6 minutes had elapsed and continued light down io ine final gun when those third stringers missed a final counter by inches when Randall Salisbury broke thru the middle. A list of Nebraska's point making exhibitions: 1. Dale Bradley cut off one of Ralph Miller's long passes and ran 58 yards to the Jayhawk 17. In six plays Vike Francis churned thru the middle for six points but his placekick for the extra point was wide. First Team In. 2. Biff wanted that second counter, rushing in the first team after the second team had moved the ball to the 7-yard line with some hard running by Simmons and passes by Debus and Metheny naa nit tne marK. un a quarterback sneak, Marvin Athey streaked thru the middle for 6 yards. Francis placekicked the ex tra point 3. Bradley's 18 yard runback of Harlan Altman's punt started the Huskers on the Kansas 28. Allen Zikmund, released on a reverse. and aided by effective blocking circled into the end zone, mostly on sheer speed. Francis again con verted. 4. A run by Debus picking up 26 yards and a Metheny to Debus pass for 26 more put the Huskers on the K. U. 9. Debus and Blue battered it into pay dirt on three plays. 5. Exactly a minute and a half later the Huskers scored on three plays, Ray Long, the blond from Blair, playing his first time in a varsity game, broke over left tackle, lateralled to Bobby Cooper and it put the Huskers on the K. U. 6, a 35 yard gain. Blue got 5 and Cooper the rest of it on a quarterback sneak. Gwinn Henry s Kansans possess (See HUSKERS, Page 2-B.) statistics . . . Nebraska 20. 3Q 40. Tot 6 2 5 15 .0 0 0 0 134 56 89 321 5 0 0 5 Kansas 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q Tot 3 3 2 3 11 0 20 7 7 1 2 4 0 1 1 19 10 54 17 27 60 7 8 29 2 3 7 2 1 5 3 4 17 2 0 0 2 6 2 0 4 32 42 50 26 30 32 138 63 28 32 15 138 - 56. 141 378 0 1 1 0 ? 1 f 1 .. 0 20 20 2 15 30 41 41 5 23 58 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 1 4 2 0 1 0 1 0 6 2 9 35 42 36 37 38 0 5 9 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 36 0 0 0 1 0 36 43 117 0 0 0 2 6 0 100 321 0 0 0 58 16 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 20 30 50 0 0 0 35 15 55 0 0 Q

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