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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ». MM BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS PAGE FIVH Favorites Victorious In Arkansas Prep Play Little Rock Wins 34-12" Camden Cops 4AATitle By TOM DVGARD The Anociated Frew The frontrunners in the Big Seven strengthened their positions with comfortable victories last night and Camden wrapped up the District 4AA championship.' Keiser Clobbers Barton by 45-6 Dixon Scores Three Touchdowns to Pace 'Jackets to Victory BARTON, Ark. — Bobby Dixon scored three times and passed for two other touchdowns to lead Kei. ser's Yellow Jackets to a 45-6 roul of Barton here last night. The game was the Yellow Jack ets' final of the season and the victory gave them a season's record of seven wins against one loss, The Yellow Jackets had little trouble with the heretofore high scoring E-rton team and they coasted home after building up an early three touchdown margin. Dixon, one of the state's besl Class B backs, ran for three touchdowns and threw two scoring passes to Thomas Tate to lead the scoring. The longest run of the night, however, xvas turned in by Yellow Jacket fullback Carl Spain, who brought a Barton kickoff back 65 yards for a touchdown. Roy Smith got one touchdown to complete Keiser's scoring. Smith and Spain each got one extra point. Prior to last night's game Barton had scored 225 points in seven games, including an 86-7 win over DeVails Bluff. Armorel Cagers Open Tuesday Tigers to Play Cooter in First Game of Season ARMOREL — Armorel High School's Tigers open their 1954-55 basketball schedule here Tuesday night with Cooler, Mo., -furnishing the opposition. Coach Wayne Needham's Tigers, with four lettermen back from last year's team, should be one of the top Class B teams in this area this year. Carl Patterson, considered one of the top players in the county last year, is back in the fold this year with two years of eligibility left. Patterson led the Tigers to an 8-12 season last year. Also back from, last year's squad are Hugh Don Ashmore, Kenneth All Bassett and Monroe Cooper, were starters last year. Coach Needham said he also was counting on several members of last year's squad who didn't earn letters including Ja ke Garrison, who should see plenty of action this year. Nov. 16 Cooter at Armorel 19 Missco (away; 23 Dell (away) 30 Gosnell at Armorel 3 Dyess at Armorel 7 Luxora at Armorel 1Q Wilson (away) 14 Gosnell (away) 15-18 Luxora tournament 17 Deering at Armorel 21 Braggadocio at Armorel 31 Missco at Armorel 4 Burdette (away) 7 Keiser at Armorel 11 Dyess (away) 14 Wilson at Armorel 18 Luxora (away) 21 Deering (away) 25 Osceola (away) 28 Keiser (away) I Braggadocio tawny) 4 Burdette at Armorel 8 Dell at Armorel II Osceola at Armorel Dec. Jan. Feb. Traberi Beaten In Aussie Piay SYDNEY, Australia (fi — Tony Trabert of Cincinnati, one of the U.S. Davis Cup hopes, was eliminated from the New South Wales Tennis Championships today after a gruelling 5-set match with Australia's Don Candy. Down 2 sets to 1, Candy came from behind to triumph 4-6, 7-5, 10-12, 6-3, 7-5. A net by Trabert ended the 3 hour, 15 minutes struggle just as it appeared the match might be called because of darkness. Earlier, Hamilton Richardson of Baton Rouge, La., put on a tre-' mendous display of tennis to whip the Australian southpaw, Neale Fraser, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 8-6 to enter the quarterfinals. Little Rock scored in ever; quarter to smash arch-rival Pin Bluff 34-12, Bobby Bates and Jame Mooty ran like loose-legged gazele in a 38-12 El Dorado triumph ove Hot Springs, and North Little Rock overpowered Fort Smith 20-6. By handing the Pine Bluff Zebra their seventh straight loss of thj season, Little Rock moved anothe notch closer to the championship Resting in first place now with a 5-0 Big Seven record, the Tigers have only North Little Rock Thanksgiving Day to worry them Jim Weatherington scored two o the Little Rock touchdowns. His mates in the backfield each addec one Ralph Golman, Scott Wood mansee and Hammond Satterfield Rex Hardister and BUI Bagwel scored for Pine Bluff. Outstanding in the Pine Bluff line were Virgi Whitehead, Cliff Whitehead and Joe Allen. Wildcats Win Second place El Dorado rode the zooming heels of Bates and Mooty to victory over winless Hot Springs Each of the flying halfbacks scored three touchdowns. Their touchdown runs alone total ed 238 yards. They ranged from s two-yard plunge by Mooty to a 70- yard kickoff return by Bates. E Dorado now has five victories ant Big Seven. Little Rock's Thanksgiving date with North Little Rock may no' be the Tiger breather that comparative records would indicate North Little Rock lost to El Dorado 18-7 and Little Rock beat El Dor; 21-7. However, the record book generally is thrown to the four winds for the traditional game. This year's well-coached and poten Wildcats still have a chance to ge' their hands on a piece of the championship, if they can whip Little Rock. Passes Pay Off Long pass plays —66 and 58 yard—provided the first two North Little Rock touchdowns and For! Smith never caught up. Graham Thompson threw the passes, the first a 30-yarder to Buddy Roberts, who ran the remaining 36 yards untouched, and the second a five- battled 53 yards to the goal. Texarkana, the only Big Seven team playing out of the conference, was chopped up 33-7 at Paris, Tex. Camden's able Panthers found the comeback formula and wrecked Magnolia's chances of winning District 4AA. Camden clinched the title with a 13-7 triumph. Victory eaves Canden with a 5-0 conference record and only Fordyce still to play. Magnolia now has one loss and one tie—that to Fordyce— so a Camden loss next week still would leave Magnolia lacking. After Magnolia scored on a Connie Andrews to Odell Woodard >ass, Camden took to the air for a ouchdown. It came on a pass from eorge Jordan to Jeff Bratton, covering four yards. Conway Tops Benton Magnolia, however, held a 7-6 halftime lead by virtue of Andrews' successful run for the extra point and Jordan's wide kick for Camden. The winning Camden touchdown came on a 15-yard pass from Billy {yser to Jordan in the third quar- er. Conway threw second place in District 3AA into a three-way tie by whipping Benton 13-6. Conway, Benton and Malvern now have 1-2 records behind RussellviUe, which has won the title with a 3-0 record. Malvern lost to Smackover 19-13 in a non-conference game. Blythevills left its mark on District 2AA with its only league game Thursday night. The powerful Chicks dumped Newport 39-14 and moved into first place with their 1-0 record. Newport now has two wins and one loss. Other Class A A football games suw Fordyce rap Monticello 24-0, Rogers blank Tahlequah, Okla., 190, Springdale defeat StillweU, Okla., 21-6, Crossett trim Fairview 13-0, Hope smash Arkadelphia 3412. Subiaco beat Kussellville 13-7, Van Buren turn back Joplin, Mo., 18-7 and Jonesboro whip Helena 22-0. Fans Aid Chicks in Distress Fans sometimes can be mighty trying on a coach's nerves, but Coach Russ Mosley of the Chicks thinks he is blessed with some of the best fans in the business. They don't always agree with everything he does or how he does it. but, as he puts it, whenever you need them, there they are. Thursday afternoon Coach Mosley and hi- team needed help badly and a group of the Chicks' fans really came through in fine form. Bus Stalle Enroute to Newport for Thursday night's game the Chicks' bus broke down between Manila and Keiser and as ga:.;e time grew even closer, Mosley frantically telephoned nearby towns in an effort to rent bus to continue the trip. With scarcely three hours left until game time he located one at Keiser. Pans enroute to Newport for the jame, spotted the crippled bus and began congregating at the scene. And while Mosley and his bus driver went to Keiser to pick up the borrowed bus, other fans passed. They were hailed and asked to make room for a player. By the time Mosley returned, enough Blytheville cars had been hailed to send 15 or 20 of the boys on ahead of the bus to make sure that a full starting lineup would be on hand at game time. The other players, and some of .he fans who graciously gave up ,heir seats in far more comfortable cars, came later on the bus. Mosley Grateful "I wish you would tell those fans low much we appreciate all they did to help us," Mosley told a reporter after the game. "That is one of the finest things any group of fans could do. "Why, do you know that one car load of ladies gave up their seats in a car and went on to Newporl on the school bus so that the boys would be sure and be there on ,ime? You don't forget fans like hat," Molsey added. And Back Home Then, after the game was over, lundreds of fans gathered at the cafe where the Chicks were eating veil deserved steaks to congratu- ate them on their 39-H victory over Newport. And — you guessed it — the bor- 'owed bus was driven back to Ceiser empty while the players rc- urned to Blytheville in the com- ort of cars. PRIME MOVER LAHKT DAVE LEGGETT , It I FULL8ACK PROV7DEO TUB OHIO 5WT£ OFFENfrB ITS •&HIFTV CHARACTBZ TCHA? LPT A3 NO. i , OUASTEB8ACK? KUMIH6 ANOPA65IHG T-HKSAT&. A®=. IDEAL ' Bowl-Conscious Teams Face Severe Tests This Afternoon Arkansas U., Ohio State and Georgia Meet Tough Foes Br ED CORRIGAN The Assoclitted Preai Ohio State, Arkansas and Georgia — three teams that have been bowlward bound all season — faced stiff assignments on this, the next-to-last big Saturday of the college football season. The Buckeyes, surprise leaders of the Bis 10 race, rolled into La fayette. Ind., sporting n nifty 7-1 record for their game with Purdue Ohio State could clinch the tltli with a victory—and if Iowa beats Minnesota . and Michigan State whips Michigan. If everything breaks that way the Buckeyes can make rescrva tions for the Coast and a Nov. Year's Day bowl game agains Southern California, which already has clinched the Pacific Const Con' ferencc spot. The Trojans stil! must play UCLA, the No. 1 team in the country, next week, but the results will have significance onlj in the conference standings. UCLA is ineligible for the Rose Bowl, * —— Burdette Pirates Top Portageville by 19-12 BURDETTE — Burdelle's Pirates pushed across three touchdowns in the last half here last night to overcome a ,ough Portageville, Mo., team by a 19-14 score. Trailing 12-0 midway in the third period, the Pirates capitalized on 'ortageville miscues to get their hree scores. A 60-yard touchdown gallop by ef- USSR Olympic [earn Praised AAU Official Says U.S. Team Faces Stern Competition By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK WlAn all-out ort and the sternest possible com- letltion will be necessary if the U.S. hopes to match the powerful lussians in the 1956 Olympics. ays a veteran official who has ecn Soviets in recent action. "The Russians claim to have even million registered athletes uid from that number they're lound to have B great number of ixceptional athletes," said Dan ''erris. The gray-haired executive sec- etary of the AAU saw the tremen- ous job the Russians did in Hel- Inki in 1952 and witnessed their erformances in Switzerland last urnmer. "The Russians are building up in every sport," he said in an interview. "They are better in most every event in track—and they were good enough before— except in the sprints. The other Iron Curtain countries are developing their stars too. We've got to dig in and work—and hard. Competition Needed "The Russians won the world hockey, weight-lifting and gymnastic championships. They swept the European track and field aiiback W. T. Langley set the ates on fire. Langley broke away at the Burdette 40, found the sideline and raced to the goal line untouched. Rigsby Scoret After that the Pirates really rolled. They gambled on n short kickoff and it worked with Portageville fumbling at the 40 and Burdette recovered. The Pirates then drove to the one yard lint; from where Elbert Rigsby converted front guard to fullback, plunged over. That tied the score at 12-12 but not for long. In the fourth quarter the Pirates got a Portageville fumble at the Bulldogs' 35 and then Langley hit end Bengie Hiyyins with a pass and Higgins went all the way. Bill McDonald kicked the 19th point. Punt Blocked Portageville's t w o touchdowns came in the second quarter. The first was scored by fullback Ham- who took a pass at the 12 and j went over standing up. The second touchdown came when Graham fell on a blocked Burdette kick in the end zone. The Pirates had held for downs on the one foot line and on first down attempted to kick out but Goodman broke through and blocked the punt and Graham fell on the bal for the touchdown. This game was the Pirates' last home showing of the year. They close their season next Friday night at Wilson. Alston's Chances Reported Good SAN JUAN, P. R. (.11 — President Walter O'Malley of the Brooklyn Dodgers said today that Walter Alston's chances of returning as manager of the Brooks are "good." But, he said, he would not make any announcement until the major league meetings next month. O'Malley arrived here for a tour of the winter league. He also said he would consider deal for Jackie Robinson, but .hat the Dodgers didn't want "just money" for him. "We would consider trading Robnson only for a first-rate pitcher," O'Malley said. Karl Kmvalski 6 Man Tag Bout Heads Legion Card It'll be six-man tag wrestling again In the main event of the American Legion's wrestling bouts at Mcmorinl Auditorium Monday night and Promoter Mike Mcroncy hits an all-star card arnmpccl. Taking part in the bout will be two of wrestlcdom's most colorful to do to meet opposition? .grapplers. Karl (Killer) Kowalski We must have competition andi fmd Ruv Pirett - the fifjutnern J umor more competition," -replied Ferris. We must have more .summer championships. The Hungarians "mprc.^sed in winning the European swimming championships. The Russians even came up with some excellent men and women divers and they never had anything like that before." What will the United States hnve competition ticularly in hope in every sport, par- track and field. We to get the program rolling next summer and follow it up in '56, the year of the games." Sports Roundup— K.C. Poses Schedule Problem Italian Title Bout MILAN, Ilaly Wl — Tiberlo Mltri will ''otend his European middleweight championship tonight against Charles Humez of Prance. Promoter Jack Solomons said the winner Will challenge Bobo Olson of San Francisco for the world s!on from By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK OB—Eastern members of the American 'League will get a foretaste of things to come when the time arrives next spring for them io make their first swing through the circuit's Western cities including Kansas City. It will amount to a sort of fire drill against the day, not too distant, when the big leagues will extend from coast to coast. The acceptance of Kansas City pushes the American League's Western boundary another 238 airline miles into the wilderness from its previous outpost at St. Louis and sets up problems that will bring new gray hnirs lo the maker and the traveling Mltri in 1951 in the4r only previous) secreUrles. meetlog. I Jto BMMtr bow mtor yo« figure it, one o! the league's Eastern clubs will have to make the way to the beef metropolis each time an invasion of the Western tier begins. From New York to Kansas City the jaunt comes to 1,113 airline miles, and from Boston it amounts roughly to two nights and a day on the railroad cars. Open Date Needed In the simplest terms, this means that the schedule drawer- upper always will have to allot the club making this hop an open date for travel, no matter if there are airplanes about. There also are days when airport? are socked In, and there are baseball players who refuse to fly under any condltloas. The present Yankee i»glm» to itnoglr *g«lnst *ir but may have to come to It the way things are travel, around going. The average hard-working and harassed traveling secretary favors the chartered plane for longer trips. All he has to do is get [ players and equipment aboard all one end and off at the other. It' reduces his working hours on the road and leaves him temporarily free of players holding out their big hands for meal money. heavyweight champion. Kowalski and Pirett will he on opposite sides in the battle which will be run over the 90-minute time limit route. Kowalski will be teamed with j two other top heavyweights, Char- Icy Kecne and Walter Sirois. And Pirett will have some able help, too, in Lee Fields and Joe Me- Carthy, This bout is expected to be one of the best six man affairs ever staged here 'as all six grapplers are top notchers. In addition to the main event, three one fall preliminary bouts j are also on the card with Kowalski meeting McCarthy, Pirett taking Football Scores County Osceola 10, Lepanto 0 Keiser 45, Barton 6 Burdette IB. Portngeville 13 Harrisburg 27, Shawnee 3 State Little Rock 34, Pine Bluff 12 El Dorado 38, Hot, Springs 12 North Little Rock 20, Fort Smith 6 Paris, Tex. 33. Texarkana, Ark. Conway 13, Benton 6 Fordyce 24, Monticello 0 Rogers 19. Tahleqxmh, Okla. 0 Springdale 21. StillweU, Okla. 6 Crossetl 13, Palrview 0 Hope 34, Arkiidclphia 12 Camden 13, Magnolia 7 Subiaco 13, Russellvtlle 7 Smackover 19, Malvern 13 Van Buren 18, Joplln 7 Jonesboro 22, Helena 0 Atkins 14, Dardanclle 13 Bcntonllle 59, Bcrryville 0 Clarksvllle 19, Harrison 0 DennolL 40, Dumas 7 Hughes 27, Devalls Bluff 7 Cabot 25, Beebe 7 Wynne 41, McCrory 0 England 20, Bryant 13 Dlerks 43, Prescott 19 Waldron 7. Mena 0 Greenwood 12, Alma 7 Paris 26, Mnnslteld 1 Huntsville 13, Tulsa East Centra 13 tie Clarendon 18. Parkin 6 Star City 0, Eudora 0 tie Stamps ID,Horatio 0 Bald Knob 32, Hcber Springs 0 Blcvins 12, Foreman 0 McQhee L'l, Watson Chappel 13 Bauxite 30, Lonoke 0 Nashville 34. Gurdon 0 PlgBOtl 13, Maiden, Mo. 7 Batcsville 30, Pocahontas 0 Carlisle Kl, Magnet Cove 13 tie DcWItt 40. Brinklcy 19 Augusta 25, Walnut, Ridge 12 Southeast Missouri Jackson 21, Dexter 13 Kcnnett 61, Haytl 13 Chuffce 82, East Prairie 0 Charleston ID, Cape Glrardeau 7 Cairo 14, Poplar Bluff 13 College Drake 33, Wayne (Mich) 24 Tarklo 13, Westmar 7 William Jewell 30, Central (Mo) 0 Ottawa (Kan) 25, Baker (Kan) 13 Carthage 45, Illinois College 6 Kansas Wesleyan 20. Neb. Wesleyan 18 Bmporia State 33, Southwestern (Kan) 0 Fort Hays (Kan) 41, Kearney 14 Shepparc' AFB 21, Baconc (Okla) 0 Memphis Navy 27, Southeastern Okla 7 San Francisco State 40, Sacra- 'iiento State 0 Redlands 20. Santa Barbara 0 Cal Poly (San Luis Oblspoj 47, Los Angeles State 0 Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York (Madison Square Garien)—Hector Constance, 153, Trln- dad, outpointed Ralph (Tiger) Jones, 161, Yonkers, N. Y., 10. Philadelphia—Eddia Corma. 134, Philadelphia, stopped Billy Davis, 133','z. Philadelphia, 1. Berlin—Gerhard Hecht, 174, Serin, outpointed Yvon Durelie, 167, Canada, 10. having played lost Jan. 1. Dawson It Problem Ohio Slate's big problem is lanky Len Dawson, the Purdue passer who likes to fling long ones. Purdue's chances for an upset rest with Dawson's arm. Arkansas, which has flabbergasted the Southwest Conference by sweeping through all five rivals so far, had » homecoming dale with Southern Methodist, needing only a tie to clinch the title and a Cotton Bowl berth. SMU figured to be anything but a pushover for Bowden Wyatt's lads. The Mustangs have been beaten only once, by Georgia Tech, and if they turn the tables, they'll still be In the running for the crown. Georgia, unbeaten and lied only once, tops the Southeastern onfer- ence. but still was a one-touchdown underdog against Auburn. If the Bulldogs win this one, they'll only have Georgia Tech to beat. The conference winner goes to the Sugar Bowl. Irish Favored Notre Dame, which has been scrambling nnd scratching to get back in the top three of the weekly Associated Press poll of sports writers and sporlscastors, since Us stunning loss to Purdue almost two months ago. was a four-touchdown favorite over North Carolina. The Irish currently are ranked No. 5 In the nalion. Missouri, still nursing a slight hope of representing the Big Seven in the Orange Bowl, look on the perennial champion, Oklahoma. Army, which has developed Into the class of the East, had a warm- up for Its big tussle with Navy next week in Penn. The Middies took on another weak Ivy League rival Columbia. Tho Ivy League race still is unsettled, but it Yale gets by Princeton In their 77th meeting today and Harvard next week, the Ells have it. Packers, Colts Clash Tonight Gamt Will Start Full W««k End Of Pro Football MILWAUKEE UK The flreeo Bay Packers, surprise team of ths National Football League under rookie Coach Liz Blackbourn. meet the Baltimore Colts tonight « County Stadium In the opener of a full weekend of pro football. A crowd of perhaps 20,000, aug. mented by the fact that all of Wisconsin will be blacked out on the national television network, is expected to watch the Packers try to even their current record at 4-4. The Colts, two-touchdown underdogs, have won only once in league play this fall. Leadership in both divisions ol the pro circuit will be at stake In top games tomorrow. The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles, tied for the Eastern Conference lead on 5-2 records, clash at the Polo Grounds in their first meeting of the year. At Detroit, the defending champion Lions entertain San Francisco, eager to wipe out a 37-31 upset of three weeks ngo and retain top spot In the Western section, the Lions sport a 5-1 record, the 49ers 4-2-1. The Cleveland Browns, battling to get into title contention, face the Bears at Chicago; Pittsburgh will be at Washington; and the Chicago Cardinals at Los Angeles in other games. Baltimore, which has scored only seven touchdowns in seven games, will he handicapped by injuries. Tackle Art Donovan was the latest addition to the hospital list with an Inflamed leg. but might be able to play, according to Coach Wecb Ewbank. Left "behind In a Baltimore hospital when the Colts came West were fullback John Huzvar and end Olno Marchettl. The Packers, on the other hand, were at lull physical strength and hoping to expand on the 7-6 margin by which they beat the ColU threo weeks ago. Harrisburg Thumps Shawnee Indians 27-2 HARRISBURG —, Harrisburg's footballers proved entirely too much for Shawnee here last night as they thumped the Indians by a 27-2 score. Outweighed and outgunned, the Indians battled bravely through two quarters but Harrisburg's excessive strength took its toll aftei intermission. The Indians' lone two points cnme In the opening quarter when the Shawnee line, led by Gwaltncy LaForite and Daniels, broke through to tackle a Harrisburg bnck in the end zone after Harrisburg had been backed into the deep hole by a 15 yard penalty. Three Touchdowns In Second The first qimrier ended 2-0 In favor of Shawnee but then the rooi caved In us Hnrrisburg's back began finding the range. Hnrrisburg pushed across three touchdowns in the .second stanza. Junior Walker got the first wlidn lie circled end from If) yards out and Couch smashed for tho extra point. A few minutes later ripht end Propcs received n pass on the Shawnee 4H and went all the way with Van Hoozer plunging for the extrsi point. Pass Works In the closing seconds of the period. Graham caught a p; from Conper in the end '/one to plve Hjirri.sburtf a 20-2 lead at in If time. Late in the third quarter, Van WE BUY USED FURNITURE PHONE 3-3122 Wade Furn. Co. Hoozer climaxed Harrisburg's scoring with three yard plunge to pay dirt. Bartholomew got the extra point. Shawnee Tos. Harrisburg: LaForge LB Couch Bafrlcy 1 LT Hollander Housaman LG Eastln dwnltncy C Gibson Dtmtels RG Graham Klmbcrlin BT Jones Dean RE Propes Starling QB Cooper Stacks HB Rush Terry HB Bartholomew Mahoney PB Van Hoozer Substitutions: Shawnee—D. Jenkins. Lame, M. Chiles. P. Chiles, J. Jenkins, Felts and Gates. Harrisburg — Walker, Franks. Beeson, Harris. Morrison. Reid. Koon, Hatley, Thomas, Heel), Long. Mills, and Parker. BEST GRADE HESTER'S C ° A 1Qoo PerT o N L (Plus Tax on 't Tons or More) S. Highway 61 Phone POplar 3-3186 Sirois Kcene. and Fields meeting ; In 1937 when Delaware Park first operated, revenue to the state from that racing meeting amounted to $225,674. In 1954 the track's! thoroughbred race mccu.'.K pro-1 duced a record |1,640,448 lor the I atate'i coffers, PLUMBER WANTED: -Experienced Only -Gond Wages -Steady Work Good Opportunity For the Right Man. For Appointment Phone 2-2204 or 3-8066 BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Nov. 15 8:15 p.m. Adults 50c — Children 15o • GIANT 6 MAN TAG MATCH • "Killer" Kowalski Charley Keene Walter Sirois Ray Pirett VS. Lee Fields Joe McCarthy 90 Minute Time Limit—Best 2 Out of 3 Falls • THREE ONE FALL MATCHES—30 Minute Time Limit KOWALSKI PIRETT FIELDS vs. KEENE vs. MCCARTHY vs. SIROIS

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