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EIGHT 1RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 24,1961 Sault, L'Anse, Gwinn, Pickford Win U.P. Track Crowns Sibley, D. Hegg Set Records in C. Competition CLASS "C" TOTALS Pts. Gwinn 27 L'Anse 27 Stephenson 24 Houghton 23 Wakefield 22 St. Ignace 21 Ontonagon 16 Bessemer 14 Hancock 11 Soo Loretto 11 Marquette Baraga 5 Norway 4 Crystal Falls 5 Lake Linden 2 Detroit Club Loses Its Fifth Straight Doubleheader of Year By BERNIE KENNEDY DETROIT (AP)—Pressed for a theme song for this year's edition of the Detroit Tigers, nace. New record — old record 2:08.1 set by Pat Brown (St. Ignace) in 1964. One mile run- -Time, 4:48.6. 1. Bob Jackson (Gwinn); 2. G. Frair (Houghton); 3. Belo n g a one could narrow the selection to "Kings of the Road" or "Never on Sunday." A little more thought possibly could turn up a number of other tunes which would describe the team's habit of losing doubleheaders. The Tigers did it again Sunday, bowing to the Baltimore Orioles, 7-3 and 8-3, after clos- (St. Ignace); 4. Howard Hegg ing to within a run of a tie in (Ontonagon); 5. R. Taylor (St. ] each game. HOUGHTON — In one of the lightest Upper Peninsula Class "C" track and field finals in many years, the Gwinn Mo del Towners and L'Anse Hornets bat- U.ert to a tic for the 1965 cham- pionshi'o here Saturday. The twin champions grabbed olf the title won a year ago by Wakefield. The new co-ch a m- pions each tallied 27 points. Stephenson placed third with 24 points, Houghton netted 23, and defending champion .Wakefield was a close fourth with 22 points. Six teams were in the running for the "C" title until the end of the meet. The individual standout in Class "C" was Wakefield's Ray Sibley, who was the lone triple winner in the peninsula final on Saturday at Houghton's Mich i - gan Tech oval. The talented Cardinal sophomore speedster established a new mark in the 220-yard dash and also copped first place medals in the century run and the broad jump. Sibley's new standard in t h e 220-yard dash of 23.1 seco n d s eclipsed the mark of 23.4 held jointly by Bessemer's Roger Relich set in 1962 and Wakefield's Jim Hodge in 1963. Sibley's winning time in the 100-yard dash was 10.7 and his winning leap in the broad jump was 19 feet, Dave Hegg inches. " Ontonagon's turned in a brilliant performance in the second section of the 880 yard run as he set a new record of 2:03.1, bettering by five seconds the mark of 2:08.1 set by Pat Brown, St. Ignace, a year ago. The other two records established in Class "C" were in the relay events, with co-champion L'Anse setting two new standards. The Hornet half mile quarter stepped off that event in the new record time of 1:35.8, besting the mark of 1:36.2 set by Gwinn in 1960. The Hornet mile relay team also set a new record, running that event in the new time of 3:38.8. The old record was held .by Ontonagon of 3:41.1 set a year ago. Bessemer's Ladd Honkala captured first place in the seco n d section of the 440-yard dash in the fine time of 53.5 seconds. Wakefield's Jim Smith captured the pole vault event, besting the field with a vault of 10 feet, 10 inches. Other area thinclads to place in the Houghton finals were Don Bussiere, Ontonagon, third in the shot put; Dave Hegg, Ontonagon, fourth in the high jump; Bessemer's 880-yard relay team was third and Wakefi e 1 d placed fourth; Howard Hegg Ontonagon was fourth in the mile run; and Bessemer's freshman half mile runner, Dennis Forslund, finished third in the first section of the 880-yard ran; Bessemer's Mark Martini t i n- ished second in the 189-yard low hurdles and Ontonagon placed second in the one mile relay. The title was Gwinn's first in history, while L'Anse last won a U. P. Class "C" title in 1947. Saturday's meet at Houghton was run against a chilling east wind, which hampered runners in the short dashes and hurdle events. Class "C" summary: 100-yard dash—Time, 10.7. 1. Ray Sibley (Wakefield) 2. Topping (Gwinn); 3. R. McDonald (L'Anse); 4. LaJoice (St. Ignace); 5. McMullin (L'Anse). 220-yard dash—Time, 23.1. 1. Ray Sibley (Wakefield); 2. La- Joice (S. Ignace); 3. McDonald (L'Anse); 4. Salinas (Gwinn); 5. Daley (Gwinn). New record-old record 23.4 jointly held by Jim Hodge (Wakefield) 1963 and Roger Relich (Bessemer) 1962. 440-yard dash (first section)— Time, 54.2. 1. Pat Murphy (Soo Loretto); 2. Schoos (Hancock); 3. Matt son (Norway); 4. 7unke (L'Anse). 440 - yard dash (second sec,ion)—Time, 53.5. 1. Ladd Hon- itala (Bessemer); 2. Voice (St. Ignace); 3. P. Dougovito (Stephenson); 4. Tregear (Cyrstal Falls). 880-yard run (first section)— Time, 2:09.5. 1. Dennis Vitton (Hancock); 2. W. Erickson (Stephenson); 3. D. Forslund (Bessemer); 4. R. Karnack (Crystal Falls). 880-yard run (second section) —Time, 2:03.1. 1. Dave Hegg (Ontonagon); 2. M. Dougovito (Stephenson); 3. Dion (Lake linden)} 4, Hartwhlcii (St. Ig- Ignace). 180-yard low hurdles — Time, 22.1. 1. Jack Bennett (Gwinn): 2. Mark Martini (Bessemer); 3. Juntikka (Houghton); 4. Downs (Mqt Baraga); 5. McMull i n (L'Anse). 120-yard high hurdles 16.8. 1. Gerald Lutri (Stephenson); 2. Juntikka (Houghton); 3 Baker (Mqt. Baraga); 4. B. Pierson (St. Ignace); 5. R. Moffatt (Gwinn). 880-yard relay—Time: 1:35.8. 1. L'Anse (McDonald, MucMul- lin, Marion, Nordstrom) 2. Gwinn; 3. Bessemer (Tom Marzari, Ladd Honkala, Mitche 11 LeClaire, Mark Martini); 4. Wakefield (Nick Jarvela, John Francisco, Dennis Forney, Ray Sibley); 5. Tie-Stephenson and Soo Loretto. New record-old record 1:36.2 set by Gwinn in 1960. One mile relay—Time, 3:38.8. 1. L'Anse (Jim McCormick, Gerry Gerard, Karl Funke, Bob Fredrickson); 2. Onton agon (Howard Hegg, Dave Hegg, Ron Sarbo, Jim Torvinen); 3. Hancock; 4. Stephenson, 5. Gwinn. New record-old record 3:41.1 set by Ontonagon in 1964. Broad Jump — Distance, 19 feet, 10»/2 inches. 1. Ray Sibley (Wakefield); 2. McD o n a 1 d (L'Anse); 3. Juntikka (Hou g h- ton); 4. LaJeunesse (Houghton); 5. Salinas (Gwinn). Shot put—Distance, 48 fe e t, 7 inches. 1. Gerald Lutrl (Stephenson) ; 2. Kinney (Soo Loretto); 3. Don Bussiere (Ontonagon); 4. Kelly (Houghton); 5. Mattson (Norway). Pole vault—Height, 10 feet, 10 inches. 1. Jim Smith (Wakefield); 2. Nordstrom (L'Anse): 3. LaJoice (St. Ignace); 4. Pierson (St. Ignace); 5. Geldmeyer (Norway). High jump—Height, 5 feet, 9 inches. 1. Jim Smith (Wakefield); 2. Nordstrom (L'Anse); 3. Topping (Gwinn); 4. Dave Hegg (Ontonagon); 5. Mur p h y (Soo Loretto). Ironwood Ranks 12th in Class A-B Standings CLASS "A-B" TOTALS Pts. 37Vs The Tigers' record for twin- bills is 0-10. They have dropped two games on each of the last four Sundays. Detroit, which has fared much better on the road—11-6— (tries to improve that mark at Time, | Chicago tonight where Mickey Lolich will face John Buzhardt or Juan Pizarro. "We gave them that first game," Bob Swift, who starts lis final week as interim manager today, said of Sunday's defeats. The Tigers announced before the game that Charlie Dressen will assume his managerial du- ;ies in New York a week from today. The Orioles clinched each game with big rallies in the ninth inning. They scored three times off Fred Gladding in the opener on back-to-back homers by Brandt and Norm Siebern. Brandt, who topped all batters with five runs batted in in the two games, opened the ninth inning of the nightcap with a single in triggering a four-run rally off Larry Sherry. The Tigers' only chances to cheer came in the second game when Bill Freehan hit a two-run homer and George Thomas cracked a solo shot. But that wasn't ^enough to overcome the four runs the Orioles scored in the opening inning in spoiling Jack Hamilton's first start. Willie Horton joined the Tigers' injury list when he pulled up lame at second base in the fourth inning of the opener. Trainer Jack Hpmel explained ;hat the tendons in Horton's big ;oe on his right foot were inflamed. Medication is expected to allow him to return to duty when the Tigers return Wednesday. Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago ... 24 Minnesota .. 21 Baltimore ... 20 Detroit 19 11 13 17 17 18 16 18 21 23 24 .686 .618 .541 .528 .526 .515 .486 .432 .395 .273 2Va 5 5>/2 51/2 6 7 9 lOVz 14 Los Angeles . 20 Cleveland ... 17 Boston 17 New York ... 16 Washington . 15 Kansas City .. 9 Saturday's Results Kansas City 6, Minnesota 2 Detroit 8, Baltimore 4 Boston 8, Cleveland 4 New York 6, Washington 0 Los Angeles 6, Chicago 3 Sunday's Results Chicago 8, Los Angeles 3 Baltimore 7-8, Detroit 3-3 Boston 6-8, Cleveland 2-3 Washington 7-2, New York 3-3 Kansas City at Minnesota, rain Today's Games Cleveland at New York, N Detroit at Chicago, N Baltimore at Washington, N Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Detroit at Chicago, N Cleveland at New York Los Angeles at Washington, N Kansas City at Baltimore, N Minnesota at Boston, N First Game Baltimore 100 100 203—7 12 2 Detroit 001 000 200—3 7 2 Barber, Miller (8) and Brown; Aguirre, Fox (7), Gladding (8) and Freehan. W—Barber, 2-4. L—Aguirre, 4-2. Home run—Baltimore, Brandt (4), Siebern (4). Second Game BALTIMORE AB R H RBI Snyder If 5 2 2 Aparicio ss 3 2 1 1 Blefary rf 3 1 1 1 Bowens ph 1 0 0 Siebern Ib 2 0 0 Lau c 2 1 0 Orsino c 1 0 l B. J'ns'n 3b 5 0 0 Brandt cf 3 1 2 Adair 2b 4 1 1 McNally p 3 0 1 0 Blair cf 1 0 0 1 Totals 33 8 9 8 DETROIT AB R H RBI National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Los Angeles Cincinnati .. St. Louis San Fran. .. 24 21 21 21 Chicago 18 Milwaukee .. 16 Philadelphia . 17 Houston 18 New York Pittsburgh 13 12 13 14 15 17 18 16 19 22 23 24 .649 .600 .583 .553 .500 .500 .472 .450 .361 .333 2 2V2 3»/2 5% 5V6 6Ms 7Va 10»/2 Saturday's Results Los Angeles 3, Chicago 1 Pittsburgh 9, Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 10-2, Houston 13 Cincinnati 9, Philadelphia 4 St. Louis 5, New York 1 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 10, Milwaukee l San Francisco 5, Houston 2 Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2, 16 innings St. Louis 8, New York 7, 12 innings Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 3, 10 innings Today's Games Chicago at Pittsburgh, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Houston, N New York at Philadelphia, 2 twi-night Tuesday's Games Chicago at Pittsburgh, N New York at Philadelphia, N Cincinnati at Houston, N St. Louis at Los Angeles, N Milwaukee at San Francisco, Wood 2b 5 0 Wert 3b 4 0 Cash Ib 3 0 Demeter rf 4 1 Freehan c 4 1 Thomas cf 2 1 Lumpe ph 1 0 G. Brown If 3 0 M'A'liffe ss 4 0 Hamilt'n p 0 0 Regan p 1 o Oyler ph 1 0 Kaline ph 1 0 Northrup ph 1 0 Totals 34 3 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 9 Sault Ste. Marie Kingsford 36 Escanaba 26 Gladstone 22 Ishpeming 14 Marquette 13 Iron River 9 Rudyard 9 Newberry 8 Menominee 8 Calumet 7 Ironwood 6% Iron Mountain 5 Escanaba Holy Name .. 3 Munising 3 Manistique 2 Negauneee 0 Baltimore 400 000 004—8 Dertoit 000 200 100—3 E-Wood. DP-Baltimore 2, Detroit 2. LOB-Baltimore 7, Detroit 7. 2B-Freehan, Demeter. HR — Freehan (1), Thomas (2). SB— Aparicio. S—Aparicio, Miller. SF—Siebern. Miller . McNally Ham'ltn Regan . Fox Nis'tz .. Sherry . IP 2 7 2-3 41-3 2 1-3 1 2-3 H 2 7 3 1 1 0 4 R ER BB SO 0 3 4 0 0 0 4 0 3 4 0 0 0 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 W—McNally (2-2). L—Hamilton (1-1) HBP—By Miller, Cash. PB—Freehan. T-2:31. A-17,143. HOUGHTON — Ironwood fin- shed 12th as Sault Ste. Marie won the Class A-B championship by edging Kingsford in the Upper Peninsula Track and Field Meet here Saturday. Sault ran off with the title by piling up 37 1-3 points, while Kingsford finished a close second with 36. Escanaba was third n the 17-team field with 26 points. Ironwood athletes earned 6 2-3 points. Don Hoist made the best showing for the Red Devils as he placed second in the broad jump. Joe Kravetz came in third in the first section of the 880- yard run and Marty Murto tied for fifth place in the pole vault. Three new Class A-B records were set in the meet. Rick McCarthy of Kingsford cleared an even 12 feet to break the old pole vault record of 11 feet, \\Vi inches which Quentin Minkin of Ironwood set in 1963. Kingsford's 880-yard relay team of Dick Berlinski, Paul Santoni, Rich Freeman and Dave Raymond established a new time of 1:33.5, breaking the old mark of 1:34.25 which was set by an Escanaba quartet last year. A new 440-yard dash record was set by Brian Stanaway of Sault, who sped around the oval in 52.6 seconds. The old record of 53.1 was registered by Hendrickson of Newberry in 1963. Berlinski, Kingsford's great athlete, was the only double winner in the Class A-B competition. He won both the 100 and 220-yard dashes, in addition to running a leg on the record-setting 880-relay team. Class "B" summary: High jump—Height, 5 feet, 10 inches. 1. Harry Frank (Rudyard); 2. Gehlohoff (Ishpeming); 3. Uecke (Menominee); 4. Miller (Escanataa); 5. Shouldice (Soo). Shot put: Distance; 51 feet, 7 inches. 1. Ralph Sarnowski (Escanaba) ; 2. Hansen (Escanaba); 3. Johnson (Escanaba); 4. Fissette (Marquette); 5. Carl son (Gladstone). Pole vault—Height, 12 feet. 1 Dick McCarthy (Kingsford); 2. Hookana (Calumet); 3. S e g - lund (Munising); 4. Mar a na (Marquette); 5. Tied Marty Murto (Ironwood), Mark Drazkowski (Ironwood) and Dougherty (Soo). New record-old recorc 11 feet, 111/2 inches set by Quentin Minkin (Ironwood) in 1963. Broad jump — Distance, 20 feet, 10 inches. 1. Bob VanKirk (Soo); 2. Don Hoist (Ironwood); 3. Belisle (Escanaba); 4. Franson (Kingsford); 5. Meyer (Iron River). 880-yard relay — Time, 1:33.5 1. Kingsford (Dick Berlin ski, Paul Santoni, Rich Free man Dave Raymond); 2. Sault Ste Marie; 3. Rudyard; 4. Gladstone, 5. Iron River. New record-old record-1:34.25 set by Escanaba in 1964. One mile run—Time, 4:42.1. 1 Rod LaFond (Newbe r r y); 2 Montclam (Ishpeming); 3. Eng lund (Gladstone); 4. J. Peterson (Marquette); 5. Frasure (Soo) 120-yard high hurdles— Time 16.5. 1. Jim Boyle (Escanaba) 2. Shouldice (Soo); 3. Ebbeson (Gladstone); 4. Sauter (Iron Mountain); 5. Cantois (Mar quette). 880-yard run (first section)— Time, 2:05.1. 1. Carl Norkol (Gladstone); 2. Sullivan (Iron Mountain); 3. Joe Kravetz (Iron wood); 4. G. Piliafis (Soo). 880-yard run (second section —Time, 2:06.0. 1. Bill Parkko i i Panthers Capture 14th Straight Class D Title CLASS "D" TOTALS Pts. Pickford 85'/ 3 DeTour 34 Channing 14 Baraga 13Vb Garden IVs Ironwood St. Ambrose . 7 Cedarville 7 Painesdale 7 Cooks 7 Rapid River 7 Perkins 4 Bergland 3 Ewen 3 Najhma 3 National Mine 3 Bark River 2 Brimley l Trenary 1 White Pine 0 Republic 0 Champion 0 Eben 0 Doelle 0 Rock 0 HOUGHTON — Pickfo r d ' s Panthers captured their 14th straight Upper Peninsula Cla s s *D" track and field championship at Michigan Tech, Houghton, Saturday. The Pant hers rolled up 85 1-3 points, far outdistancing their nearest rival the DeTour Red Raiders, who netted 34 points. Ironwood St. Ambrose tied for sixth place with seven points, while Bergland and Ewen each netted three points in the meets. The Panthers captured eight first place medals, setting three new records, and placed we 11 throughout the meet. New standards set by the Panthers were their 880-y a r d relay team; Paul Adams in the 880-yard run and Bob Hyck in the 440-yard dash. Class "D" harriers established six new records during the meet, with Paul Feak, C h a n - ning, establishing two new marks in the morning trials in the high and low hurdles. Feak was College Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'Baseball Ohio State 13 - 2, Michigan State 10-0 Indiana 11-4, Michigan 7-7 Notre Dame 2, Western Michigan 0 Central Miciigan 8-2, Eastern Illinois 7-4 Track MIAA Championships Albion 78, Calvin 53, Hope 47, Kalamazoo 31, Olivet 16, Adrian 8, Alma 7 Tennis MIAA Championships Kalamazoo 20, Hope 13, Albion 8, Calvin 4, Alma 3, Olivet 1, Adrian 0 RADIATORS CLEANED REPAIR ED R E COR E D *SKEllY PRODUCTS *BATTIRY SERVICE SUPER SERVICE SYL PAWLAK Dill 132.3722 Lowell it Pine St., Ironwood BOYLE nen (Ishpeming); 2. Gross (Esc. Holy Name); 3. T. McCutcheon (Newberry); 4. B. Perry (Marquette). 440-yard dash—(first section) -Time, 52.6. 1. Brian Stanaway (Soo); 2. Gill (Kingsford); 3. D. Carlson (Manistique); 4. De- Bruhler (Rudyard); New record- old record 53.1 set by Hendrickson (Newberry) 1963. 440-yard dash (second section) —Time, 53.1. 1. Ken Berg (Marquette); 2. Dominici (Iron River); 3. Tie-B. Johnson (Escanaba) and J. Dessart (Menominee). 5. G. Pilifias (Soo). 100-yard dash—Time, 10.7. 1. Dick Berlinski (Kingsford); 2. VanKirk (Soo); 3. Raymond (Kingsford); 4. Gobert (Gladstone). 5. Vanderville (Escanaba) ; 5. Powell (Menominee). 180-yard low hurdles — Time, 21.7. 1. Shouldice (Soo); 2. Ebbeson (Gladstone); 3. Mugford (Calumet); 4. Boyle (Escanaba); 5. Martindale (Newberry) One mile relay—Time, 3:37.8, 1. Kingsford; 2. Iron River; 3 Sault Ste. Marie; 4. Gladstone; 5. Ishpeming. the lone double winner in Class "D." John Stano, Ironwood St. Ambrose, captured first place in the one mile run in the fine time of 4:42.4. Stano overtook Tom Teeple, Perkins, in the final lap to win by a large margin. The St. Ambrose 880-yard relay team of Bill Gorilla. Mark Appleberry, Eugene Harma and Jim Richards, placed fourth. Class "D" summary: 880-yard relay—Time, 1:35.1. Pickford (Bruce Reamer, Roger Hewer, Charles Bennin, Bob Huyck), 2. Channing; 3. Rapid River; 4. Ironwood St. Ambrose (Bill Gorrilla, Mark Appleberry, Eugene Harma, Jim Richards); 5. Brimley. New record-old mark of 1:35.7 set by Pickford in 1962. One mile run—Time, 4:42.1. John Stano (Ironwood St. Amrose); 2. Teeples (Perkins); 3. filler (Cooks); 4. T. Stimac Painesdale); Krszycki (P i c k- ord). 120-yard high hurdles— Time, 5.6.1. Paul Feak (Channing); 2. Hewer (Pickford); 3. C. Moll, Ewen); 4. Klamerus (DeTour); . Thome (Pickford). New rec- rd-Paul Feak set a new record if 15.4 in the morning trials. Old mark of 15.75 was set by Roger Hewer (Pickford) in 1964. 880-yard run (1st section)— Time, 2:02.95.1. Paul Adams Pickford); 2. Gray (Nat 1 o nal kline); 3. D. Thompson (Pick- ord); 4. Flynn (Trenary). New record-old record-2:03.6 set by Breclaw (Vulcan) in 1963). 880-yard run (2nd section)— Time, 2:08.4. 1. Larry Harrison (Pickford); 2. LaBresh (Garden); 3. Belinski (Pickford); 4. Stone (Rapid River). 440-yard dash—(1st section) — Time, 52.7. 1. Bob Huyck (Pick- r ord); 2. Zwolinski (DeT our); 1. M. Adams (DeTour); 4. R. dy (DeTour). New Record- Old mark of 52.8 set by Huyck n 1964. 440-yard dash— (2nd section) •Time, 54.2. 1. Gene Thompson (Pickford); 2. D. Ovist (Baraga); 3. C. Bennin (Pickford); 4. D. Wilson (Pickford). 220-yard dash—Time, 24.4. 1. Bill Wonnacott (Pickford); 2. B. Reamer (Pickford); 3. D. Coullard (Pickford); 4. M. Kolinski (Garden); 4. D. Johnson,(Nahma). 100-yard dash—Time, 11.0. 1. Bruce Reamer (Pickford); 2. B. Wonnacott (Pickford); 3. Coullard (Pickford); 4. D. Johnson (Nahma); 5. Bailey (DeTour). 180-yard low hurdles — Time, 21.9. 1. Paul Feak (Channing); 2. R. Hewer (Pickford); 3. M. 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One mile relay—Time, 3:41.8. 1. DeTour; 2. Pickford; 3. Baraga: 4. Garden; 5. Painesdale. New Record-old mark of 3:42.8 set by Pickford In 1964. Shot put—distance, 44 ft., 8% in. I. Tom Tellefson (DeTour); 2. P. Warner (DeTour); 3. R. Gilmer (Bergland); 4. D. Bolm (Brimley); 5. O. McGulre (De- Tour). Pole vault—Distance, 11 ft., 4 n. 1. Pete LeClaire (Baraga); 2. Hartman (Cooks); 3. Cottle (Pickford); 4. C. Bennin (Pickford); 5. N. Harrison (Pickford). High jump—Height, 5 ft., 10 in. 1. Dan Dutcher (Cedarville); 2. S. Schopp (DeTour); 3. D. Klamerus (DeTour); 4. G. Ellenich (Baraga); 5. Tled-R. Lucas (Garden), G. Thompson LeC4airt (Pickford) and P. (Baraga). Broad jump—Distance, 19 few, 9% in. 1. Dave Hanna (P i c k- ford); 2. Wisniewskl (Painea- dale); 3. Forslund (Rapid River); 4. Bailey (DeTour); 5. Huyck (Pickford). 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