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MOB KtUBT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURJOB KBWS SATURDAY, JUNK 26, 1948 Lou/s Announces Retirement After Flooring Walcott in 11th Round of 25th Defense of Title Chaw Uf J«* PrM> S^orU WriUr WW YOML Jvnc IS. (UP.)—Head man of bo«ta« .taught a youthful ffffftfar lo Jo* IXHtl* today Mc*u*e of the champion'* retirement alter lib knockout rictory over Jersey Jot WalcoH m their million dollar Iliuco it "old men" *i Yanlw* Stadium. ' Had ib* Ji-ye«r-old >incip«l* In 1ml night's golcWn Jloperoo b*«n pnttninar? boys, they would have been tc*sed otit of the ring lor Y«t each will ihare In the rich* hirve*t of a (841,738 gate »nd In fundg from radio, television and HM>vle4 that must swell the total receipt* well beyond »1,000,0000. Tbt 42,667 J»n» who witnessed the twice-postponed extravaganu ol Ineffectiveness forgot «onii of thelcv displeasure when they realized they had been present at the last performance of a once-great champion, who ruled the heavyweight division longer than any oilier tide- holder. When Louts Knocked out the riocky, bull-sliouldered challenger >t 2:56 of the llth round, he completed the 25lh defense of the crown he had wrested from Jim Braddock at Chicago II years And three days before. Ionia Admii« Vv&s "Ixmsy Fight" The champion from Detroit got fcome consolation from the fact he was bowing out triumphantly when he announced his retirement in the dressing room, but, even he admitted it was a "lousy fight," Two highlight* prevented it from being an bad as the historic Louis- Billy Conn stttikeroo two years aflo. Walcott floored Louis for a one- count with a right to the chin in the third round, and they *'ere mixing freely—at last—when Louis achieved his knyo in the llth. .Until the kayo, they had fumbled along on even terms in a much IfM interesting bout than their first engagement last December at MadUon Square Garden, when Walcott lurprised everyone by flooring the champ twice and nearly' winning the title. Only in the later rounds dirt Louis show any resemblance to the once-great pugilist who had knocked out nine previous opponents In Teturn bouts. Those opponents in- Chicks Winners Over Leachville B1yth«vilU Boll Club To TangU With Team In Luxora Tomorrow The Blythevlll* Chicks will hit the road tomorrow for H game with the Luxora Independents at Luxora following their 11 to 6 rout of the Leachvllle Independents at Wn'ker Park last night. • This will be the Chicks first engagement with Luxora and the third non-league tilt of Ihe season. Manager Pop Motley did not announce his starting pitcher for the contest. Bob Mullen went the distance for the Chicks last night, hanging up Ills second win of ,the season. He gave up* only eight hits, all of them coming in the first two Innings snd aided to. his own cause with a triple In activity at Ihe plntc. The Chicks displayed more power at the 'plate last night than they have all season. They pounded Leachville hurler Redman for R total ol 13 base blows, all ol them timed well. , The Chicks, who are members of the Mississippi County Semi-Pro League, Kn- Idle 111 league competition unlil July 4 when they (angle with the Lutes Stove Bulldogs. Manager Moslcy stated ihat he Is I attempting to line up two or three i games a \vcek for his Chicks for I the remainder of the Summer. Sweet Thirteen Johnny Blatnik of the Phillies is an old fashioned tobacco chewing ballplayer. The big outfielder's left cheek bulges as if he were suffering n monumental toothache, but all it is is a pound or so of chsw. •eluded Max. Schmeling, the ex- i .'champion, whose knockout over j Louis in 1936 marred the Detroit j •Negro's record with its only defeat : in 62 professional bouts. Nashville . , During most of the rounds lust Mobile . .... night, the crowd clamored for ac- Memphis lion, as a Ihree-quarter moon ri- Birmingham '.' nally ro« above the green horse- Atlanta shoe of stands and dispelled a threat Little Hock 'of rain. And referee Frankle Fill- N CW Orleans ;!am kept urging both to "get In Chattanooga ,there »nd fight." i I*ii Hook Starts Kayo In the eighth and ninth rounds, ; , Louis' left jab began showing seme Boston of its old-time speed and e~ I'o- st Louis 'slveness; but he did nothing in the- Pittsburgh 'loth. The pace stepped up In Hie n ew York llth, and In »n exchange Walcott Brooklyn staggered Louis with a right to . Philadelphia the head. Louis fought back rtes- Cincinnati perately and drove Walcott Into ; Chicago the ropos, where he landed several • hard body hooks. As Walcott sidled away Irom Die ropes they ' exchanged furiously, y Louis landed three rights to the Baseball Standings SOUTHERN' LEAGUE W. L. ....43 25 40 37 — :r 34 2B ... 28 Pet .632 .511 .552 .536 Brown Hurls Atlanta to 7-3 Win Over Vols Meroney Arranges All-Star Card For Opener in New Legion Arena Robinson to Give Up Welterweight Crown After Monday's Fight CHICAGO. June 26.—(UP)—Hay "Sugar" Robinson, welterweight Champ, said today he Is rencly lo give up his battle with the scales aller a last title bout Monday. Robinson said that the 147-pound welterweight limit.is "too tough" arid that he would yield, his crown— If it's still his to yield—nftcr his battle with Bernard Docusen of New Orleans. The middleweight division is beckoning Robinson nnd he hopes to meet Tony Zale for the heavier crown. MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL U:AGUE W. 35 33 32 31 27 23 26 24 .O1KRICAN LKAOUP 'head. Then a left hook to the jaw buckled the challenger's knees and started him wilting toward the floor- A following right to the chin iprawled Walcott sideways on the canvas. Jersey Joe pushed himself to hands and knees as the count i reached three. He tried to rise as | Tullam counted over him, but In- ' stead of rising he began to crawl I along the canvas. He managed to get one knee off the canvas at I the count of 10. I Sol Strauss, acting promoter for \ Mike Jacobs' 20th Century Club, i was pleased with the excellent gate J (or a twice-postponed bout—his first . outdoor promotion. But he was so ? displeased al the dull fighl thatj he announced: "There'll be no immediate tournament to determine a heavyweight! champion. We want young men to ! •compete for the title now. So we'll! *tage a- series of bouts among! youngsters and we may come npl with some who can fight for' the vacant title next year. The heavy- ! weight division must haVe young blood from now on." Cleveland . Philadelphia 'New York .. Boston . Detroit . ... nWshinpton Si. Louis .. Chicago . ' .. W. . 35 . 37 . 35 . 29 . IS . 28 . 23 . IB By Unltrri I .„„,, Leadhir Ratsmen .4721 American League .424! Player anrt Club AB .412 i Williams. Boslon . 211 .400 Boiidreou. Cleveland 204 Zarilla, St. Louis . .191 L. Pet. Brown. New York 166 25 .583 , Llndell, New York tG5 2G .559 National League 27 .542 Musial. St. Louis 27 .534 Holmes. Boston .. 28 .482 I Ashburn, 32 .4151 Philadelphia .. 36 .419 Pafko, Chicago .. 35 .407 | Blntnik, Philadelphia Home Klin Souer, Reds Kincr, Pirnlc.s DIMajjgio. Yankees ... Keltner, Indians 233 205 161 194 Mary Ann MxDonald is only 13, but the Arlington Heights, III., miss started in.the Women's Western Oix^n at Chicago's Skycrest Country Club against such stars as Mrs. Babe Didrikson Zaharias and Patty Berg. Dodgers Check Cards 3-2 Behind Branca; Braves Trim Pirates T2-3 By Carl I.umlquist (United !>ress Sports Writer) NEW YORK, June 26. (UP) There aren't any interesting tele- and-a-half ahead of the second place cardinals by rapping out a rj-hlt 12 to 3 victory over the Pirates at Boston. Warren Spnhn phone numbers in Ralph Branca's coasted to his sixth victory as Jim Russell. Tommy Holmes and Alvin Dr.:!; hit homers and Spahn himself got two doubles. pitchers' tea-party. ' ' j The Giants got three-hit nilch- ' Branca, the fast-flinging right ing from Ray Poat as they blasted handed ace of the Brooklyn pitch- the Cincinnati Reds 7-0 and higli- '"- ' ' lighted their victory with a ATLANTA, Ga., June X. (UP) — Atlanta's Norman Brown loday was almost abreast of Leo Twardy of Nashville In the Southern Association pitching race after twirling the, Crackers to a 1-J verdict over the front-running Volunteers. Although the Vols cracked 13 of Brown's offerings for clean safeties, trie hiwky right-hander was good enough in the chatehes to rack up his 12th victory against four defeat*. Twarcty ha* won 11 and lost two and still owns a slight edge over Brown In the percentages. The Crackers backed up Brown afield with errorless play, and Ralph Brown and Fred Chapman gave him a boost with home runs, Both four- masters came in the eighth and accounted for the flve-run rally that beat the Vols. The Vol loss, coupled with Mobile's 3-1 conquest of Birmingham,; cut Nashville's lead to four games. Joe Smolko accomplished a masterful three-hit twirling job against the Barons to move the second- place Bears up a notch. Mobile scored twice in the second while the Barons' only tally—in Ihe sixth —proved in vain. Ken Staples ho- mered for the Bears In the seventh with none on. Staples' rouud-trip- i per was one of eight hits Mobile ' batters gathered off the Barons' Pete Motiica. Birmingham's defeat put a crimp in their attempt to catch Memphis In the third position. The Barons are a full game behind now, still close enough to scare the Chicks. Little Rock. New Orleans, Memphis and Chattanooga were not scheduled last night. Tonight's games: Atlanta at New Orleans, Little Rock at Nashville Birmingham at Mobile and Jviem- phis at Chattanooga. Promoter Mike Meroney an-» nounced today that he had booked all-star card which Includes the naniefi of three popular veteran grapplers and a newcomer to perform In the tag match feature of Monday night's wrestling program which will mark the opening of the American Legion's new {50,000 auditorium-arena. Included on Ihe card will be the oldest And the youngest of the wrestling Welch brothers, Roy and Lester, battling Chico Cortex and his Mexican buddy Juan Hernandez, a 200-pound newcomer, for tag match laurels. This bout will officially open the new arena which is one of the largest in this area. The new con- crele and sleel plant will have a sealing capacity of approximately 3,000 persons, including 600 ringside seats. The new arena-auditorium is located immediately North of the American Legion Hut on North Second Street. It wil be officially special ceremony Hogait and Demaret LtaJ Invernett Four-Ball Meet TOLEDO. O,, June 16. —(UP) — Ben Hogan and Jimmy Demaret were right up there today where eevrybody said they would be—leading the seven other teams In th« Inverness Invitational Best-Ball Golf Tournament. The favorites were three point* ahead of Dutch Harrison and Bos Hamilton at the start of loday'a play in the 126-hold round-robin. Hogan—Demaret had a score of pln» seven, Harrison — Hamilton pl'ut four. i.NOW! dedicated In Sunday, July 4. Monday night's bout has prospects of being one o! the roughest ever staged here. Promoter Meroney j \ slated that although little is known • i about Hernandez's record, he Is i * reported as being one of the tough- i est wrestlers in the business today.' J The Welch brothers nud Cortez are i all veterans of the local ring. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also included on Monday night's card. In the first Hernandez will tangle with Roy Welch with Cortea and Lester Welch swapping grips in the second. "little black book," but what he has in II about National League batters would be juicy gossip at any i ' ing staff, has the weaknesses of every opposing batter catalogued and what is more important, he can throw 'them what they can't hit. He demonstrated that anew last night when he rifled his way to a 3 to 2 triumph over the Cardinals at Brooklyn, winning his seventh straight game and his ninth of the season against five defeats. Pet. Whnt makes his marl; rein ark .421 able was that just a few weeks ago I he was considered "all '.vashed up 1 ' .3G9 he because the brain that went with .335 his arm, had been traded to Bos- .331 I ton The Brain belonged lo Eddie .3271 Stanky. the pepperhead second baseman who was his room mate .399 • last season. And it was true that ."346 i Stanky gave him valuable tips, told I him how to pilch to certain liat- tcrs. and k.ept his morale from lag- for college when they're going to work on farms, he reasoned. Instead- -"All should be taught to all boil, down lo this: I believe I'll be elected." He warned his audience against swallowing "guttering promises" of candidates anci urged them to consider the merits of each "and vote for the best man." To launch his program, MacKrell's quartet satig six gospel songs and then the group gave away about. a dozen 10-pour.d bags of flour manufactured by the firm thai at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ' .327 .3-10 Pet. .OH .587 .583 .50!! .492 .4f>7 3Q7 .333 169 29 55 .327 . . 22 ..19 . . .18 .. .17 Yesterday's Results SOUTHERN I.F.AOUE Atlanta 7, . Nashville 3. Mobile 3. Birmingham 1. (Only Games). NATIONAL I.F.AOUK Brooklyn 3. St. Louis 2. New York 7, Cincinnati 0. Philadelphia 2, Chicago 1. Boston IL», Pittsburgh 3, Ruth Enters Hospital For. Regular Check-up NEW YORK. June 26. _<UP> — Babe Ruth's doctor said today that the famed sluggers's latest trip to the hospllnl would last only "a few days." "Ruth Is receiving siirHal ircat- mcnt." said Dr. Simon Ruskln 1 Ruth's physician. The one-time New ' York Yankee, home-inn klivg cn- 1 tered Memorial Hospital Thursday j for a checkup on the throat ailment thnl lias bothered him for more than n year. triple steal by Willard Marshall, Sid Gor- 1 ooo don and Bill Rlgncy with Marshall j } on the scoring end Johnny Mize . hit his 15th homer. At Philadelphia, Dutch Leonard shaded Hank Borowy in a duel to give the Phils a 2 to 1 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Dick Sis- Icr's double and a single by Del Bnnis put over the marginal run for the Phils. Ha] Newhouser was tagged for homers by Joe DiMaggio nnd Johnny Linrfell but was otherwise vincible as the Tigers topped Yankees. 4 to 2 at Detroit.. .Pat Mullen led Detroit with a double and two singles. A's Take Second The Athletics regained second, place when Joe Colcman turned in an eight-hit, 4 to I victory over the White Sox and gave himself the runs he needed with a two- run double In the second. H was C'oleman's eighth victory and he missed a shutout only because Pat Seerev homered. Washington retarded the leading Indians at Cleveland. 3 to 2 when pitcher Bob Lemon's wild throw on a double play ball enabled pitch- When Stanky went lo the Braves the wise guys said .Branca couldn't make it on his o'.vn ami it. looked for a time, as If they \vere risht as be dropped five out of hi.s first seven games, getting batted out three staright times at the start of the season. But Branca, oiten called the Bob Feller of the National I^eavue because of his fast ball, kept "improv- cr Early Wynn of the Senators to ing. even when Dodger fortunes -drive in the tying and winning reached low ebb. Last night's vie- l ' u "s with his third single. It was lory, his most imnortailt. ended lemons sixlh defeat against 10 i\ three-game Cardinal victory string • victories. He walked only one batter on an ' Pitcher Bryan Stephens picked Intentional pass and scattered sev- an opportune time to get his first Yanks Still Favored In Wimbledon Tennis Despite Parker's Loss AMERICAN LKAGUF. Detroit V New York 2. Philadelphia 4, Chicago 1. Washington 3. Cleveland 2. St. Louis 9, Boston 6. Today'* Games . SOUTHERN LEAGUE Memphis at Chattanooga. Atlanta at New Orleans, nl-ht. Little Rock at Nashville, night. Birmingham at Mobile, night. en hit. 1 ;, one a homer by Ron Northey. Mnrv Racktey's single, a triple by Billy cox and Jackie Iloti- inson's double in Ihc third save Brooklyn a 2 to 0 lead it never re- liquished. Spurm Slops Hues The Braves again went a game- hit of the season, a grand slam double which gave him a 9 to 6 triumph as the Browns topped the Red Sox at St. Louis. Vcrn SUv'-icns batted in five of Boston's runs \vlrh a homer and single and Les Moss Cot a three-run homer for St Louis. Campus 'Leftists' Termed \ * l]n f CM °" V/ "" fs , 'Irritation' by Educator NATIONAL I.KA«l'K Cincinnati at New York. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Boston, nig WIMBLEDON. En?.. June 25. — (UP)—Surprisingly shorn of their number one player. Frank Parker, the tennis forces of the united States still .held high hopes today of re- Uiining the men's singles crown won In Wimbledon Tennis tournament last year by Jack Kramer. ! ...Four Yankees were still in compe- ' tition—third-seeded Gardnar Mul- ! Icy of Miami. Fla., fourth-seeded • Tom Brown of San Francisco, big Bob Talkenburg of Hollywood, Cal.- »nd Budge Patty of Los Angeles. >. l.Falkenburg was slated to meet U.S. Professor to Hclo tough Frank Sedgman of Australia \AJ -. D , ,. , ^ today with the winner to clash \vilh " rl * e "OOK On Gotne . Bergelin tomorrow. Mulloy faccrt Tony Mottram. England's best player, in a tight match. Patty was heavily favored over George Meredith of Englxnd and Brown was a prohibitive' choice against Dr. Van Zwol of Holland. CHICAGO (UP>- Left-wing student firoups in American colleges arc losing ground. President How- nislit. | an) s. McDonald of Brigham Young Univcrslly believes. He said most cciucalors agree that Com- i immisl campus oiRaimjitkms arc an "irrltntion" rather than a men- 1 ace. i "Some institutions." McDonald I Mild, "are banning such groups. ' while others Iccl that to suppress •[ them is to shut oft a safety valve." Back So Dog Can Retire AUSTIN. Tex. lUPI—Friends of A. J. Hell have donated $214 to help him pay for a trip lo New York •.vl:ich rn;ty mean rc.storUtc his siiht. Hr will have an operation which involves l rruuspliuilnig a cornea fro:u aim'her person. Bell. FREE FLOUR (Continued from Page 1.) the way, he said, the various ?choc,l Iwrtrrls could then up the tcacher.-j' AMERICAN LEAGUE New York at Detroit. Philadelphia »t Chicago. Washington at Cleveland. Boston at St. Louis. MIS.SCO I.KAGL'K t Sunday) I.utcs at Dogwood. Number Nine at Victoria. a R]-o\ip of British and Canadian Goethe scholars. Dr. Zcydcl will write a chapter on the imputation o! Goethe in the United State*. The book will commemorate the bicentennial of Ihe birth of Goethe. i Hs VE-ln'meiU.y ctcnied a charge 27. OIHTJIIC.S thfi ron cress ion ' b >" Jones thiu he intcrfcrvcrt with the Highway building ne.'r tllp: veterans" training program in blind Arknnsns. i MacKrcll also wants a Mandnrcl: \?.i:d curriculum in Arkansas schools, i This, he planned, will give every i child an cc,ual educational oppor- the slnK- eapuoL HP lin-s been since 1935. Bc.sidcs the obvious reason for wiNhiiiR his .siyht restored, Bell wants to retire hu "seeing eye" do?, work and earn a living." The school debt problem disposed of, Uncle Mac promised potential . constituents that with the $34,000,""" in Ihe state's highway fund 'Oirld blacktop all 9.756 miles o'- state roads in Arkansas in three years with no bond issue. The cost would be $8,000 per mile. Just what a road now under construction near Heber Springs is costing. Scores "Money Changers" Mail and rural routes, too, will be improved with MacKrell in the governor's seat, he said. These would all be gravelled, he promised. Uncle Mf.c took a couple of pot in- i shots at the current state admin- Hie j iitralion and after alluding to the Biblical eviction of the moneychangers from the temple by Christ, said: I •I'm on my way to the temple. 1 There's a lot of money changers under the capitol dome." MacKrell said there were 2,000 officials in the state who could spend the taxpayers' money .without having to account for "its use. In Russcllviite. he said, "I can sho-.v you homes completely furnished with highway funds which were charged up as expenses for trucks and shovels." If MacKrell is governor, tte evangelist-candidate declared, "they won't be taking Mississippi County money to Little Rock." It'll stay line, he said. Mai-Krcll ?lso scored the lack of hospital facilities for the poor and promlsecl that it he was governor he would obtain surplus "packaged" hospitals to be used in the University of Arkansas Medical School's plan to s.^t up regional and district hospitals. Using these "park- aged'' hospitals, he could complele the set-up in SO days. MacKrell s-'"'. Uncle Mac dwelt at length on « child welfare activities and told • his work in raising and educating children of parents who were in the State Hospital lor Nervous Dis- c.-.scs. or in jail. Orphanages won't take them he said, and without his care, those at his special home for children at Arlburg would be in the reformatory. Kxpcrls Few Votes Here He ended his program by showing slides of his children's home and promising that if elected all. and not just a few, such children would receive similar care. MjicKiell admitted that the votes he will get in Eastern Arkansas will be but a handful. "I'll be surprised if I get 150 votes East of Crowlcy's Ridge," lie sponsors his radio program. He gave flour to the couple married 40 years or move, married the .shortest tinw, the mother with the most children and to the youngest mother present. li MocKrell is elected, Arkansas will have a gospel-singing governor, for he said that lie will continue his radio work even while he's thfi state's chief executive. And the same thing holds "n* he's not elected, he said. If elected, MacKrell said, he wili go on the air to tell people ''what we are doing, instead of what we will do" as he did last night. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY "TIMBER STAMPEDE" with George. O'Brien Cartoon and 12th Chapter "Adventures of Re< and Kinty" Sunday and Monday Tuesday Flix. Old Bix is i.carly nine veins old nnrt ).s wracked with rheuma- tisin. • tunily. The education pysletn today j is false, he chf.r?cd. It is built on ) Ihe premL'-e that all deserve an -------------------- ..... — ..... _ i equal ehaiu-e to go to college. Bat A fi;H-.s:7, <1 ch:iir. vriphms? only i ihe facts JUT. ho said, that not one pmmd, can be made from tho out of ICO Arkansas school children iant yucca plant.. go to college. No need to train Uiein Sdiii. He recognized Eastern Arkan- I sn.s as a .section ol "govcrnor-mak- i News and Short er.s, "IJiit," he said confidently,'' Roid Courier News Want Ads CINCINNATI. O. <OP>—The on!y American selected to contribute to a mcinoiUi! volume on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Ihe Rren; German writer, is Dr. Kdwin H. Zcydel ol Hie University o! Cincinnati. Tlie volume, lo be published in London In 194». is being planned by Minnie Lee Jones Studio Opening Summer Classes In PIANO Beginning July t 1s( Tuition Rvasonahlt S<!7 Av«. Phone 2991 BLYTHEV1LLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING I.OWKST ADMISSION I'UICK ANWVHF.UK! Reserved Seals on Sale at I lie Legion Arena from 6 p.m. Kvery Monday Monday, June 28 ADULTS I5c — CHII.DRKN 15c 8 :15 n .m. KOX SEATS 1f>c KXTRA p.m. (Tux Included) TAG MATCH- JUAN HERNANDEZ and CHICO CORTEZ ROY WELCH versus LESTER WELCH and ALSO 2 1-FALL, 30-MINUTE MATCHES Hernandez Roy Welch Cortex Vs. Lester Welch Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Saturday 1:00 p.m.; Sunday Z p.m. Saturday "TEXAS JAMBOREE" with Big Boy Williams and Ken Curtis Serial: "Mystery of the Kiver Boat" Also Cartoon Saturday Owl Show A BLONDE KH.IER GIVES BLACKIE, >Y/ THE KISS Of l -'» DEATH! Saturday Owl Show The Sign of.the Wolf" with Michael Whalen am! Grace Bradley Also Cartoon Cannon Sheets and Pillow Cases Cannon Sheet, 63 x 108 $2.29 Cannon Sheet, 81 x 99 $2.49 Cannon Sheet, 81 x 108 .$2.69 Cannon Pillow Cases, 42 x 36 49e Cannon Wash Cloth*, 12 x 12 8c Cannon Towels 25c to 98c HAYS STORE "Where Most People Trade , Most In Blytheyille" Also Comedy Mew Theatre Manila's finest Shows EVKKY NIGHT Boi Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m Matinee Saturday A- Snndaj Sat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Showing 'Bold Frontiersman' with Allan Lane SATURDAY NITX OWI. SHOW "THE 1NSIDI STORY" with Manhi H«n* «nd William I. and "SCUDDA HOO, SCUDDA HAT"

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