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Giants Come to Life Under Leadership of Durocher .. _. _^_____ — * ******** Juniors at Home; Legionnaires Go to Spencer Winnebago Leadership Up for Grabs Both the Legionnaires and the Junior Legion baseuall team will be in action Tuesday night. The Legionnaires travel to Spencer to meet the Spencer Cardinals in a crucial Winnebago league contest. The game is a "must victory" for the Legionnaires in league competition. If Spencer comes through with a victory the stand- Ings will read: W. L. Pet. Spencer 6 1 .857 Mason City 5 3 .625 If Mason City tops the Cardinals the standings will read: W.L. Pet. Mason City 6 2 .750 Spencer 5 2 .714 This will mark the 3rd league meeting between the 2 clubs with one more loop contest yet to be played at Spencer. A Spencer victory would make the Cardinals an odds on favorite to capture the pennant while a Mason City victory would throw the race wide open. The 2 clubs have split in a pair of league contests with Spencer holding a 2-1 edge through an exhibition victory. In the last meeting between the 2 clubs, Spencer plastered a humiliating 29-0 defeat on Mason City at Roosevelt field and the Legionnaires will be out to seek revenge. Manager Don Blanchard will probably start Mully Fredricks, the steadiest pitcher on the Legionnaire mound staff, against Spencer. Coach Elmer Starr's Junior Legion club, currently sporting a snappy record of 22 wins and 3 defeats for the season, will meet the strong Chambers Motors team of Des Moines at Roosevelt field in a game slated to start at 6:30. On Thursday, the Mason City Juniors travel to Waterloo to meet Waterloo in the 2nd game of a best 2 out of 3 series in inter-district competition. If Mason City wins the Thursday contest, the Juniors will be in the 4-team field for the state meet in Mason City on'Aug. 8, 7 and 8. Playing Schedule Announced for City Golf Tournament Manager Curly Hartman of .the Mason City Country club has announced the schedule for play in the city golf tournament. Those in the championship flight will play 2 matches on Sunday, one by Wednesday night of next week, and one by Saturday night with the finals carded for Sunday, Aug. 1. In lower flights, the first round matches will be played Sunday, the 2nd round by Wednesday evening, semifinals by Saturday night and finals on Aug. 1. If players agree to, a 2nd match on Sunday they will be permitted to play. The entry list in the tourney was jumped to 75 as several more players turned / in qualifying rounds Monday. The best score turned in Monday in the qualifications was a 79 by Bob Plopper. r Those desiring to enter the tournament have until Friday night to fire their 18-hole qualifying score. YOUR FAVORITE BRAN&S ARE HERE! CIGARS Whatever your choice In Cigars, you'll find them here. We carry the world's most famous brands, including Cigars from Havana, Cuba. Always fresh, always in perfect condition. In the lobby of the HOTEL HANFORD MASON CITY, IOWA OF TME CINCINNATI Reos, rue Run SENSATION OP rue SPRING / AYk*S HOMERING IS PROBABLY TO 7H5 FACT 7W THIS IS HIS 4rH TRIP UP FROM THE MMORS AND HE WANTS To TEAR UP HIS RBTURH TICKET/ SLUGGING COMES AS fJO SURPRISE TO SYRACUSE FANS—HE HIT55 HOMERS FOP. THSIR TEAM I.AST PLAYOF Kanawha Wins in District as Goodnow Gets No-Hitter By The Associated Press A no-hitter and a 3-hitter featured first round play in Iowa's 4 district high school summer baseball tournaments. Bob Goodnow of Kanawha lired a no-hitter Monday as his mates trimmed Ayrshire 5-1 on the Kanawha diamond. The classy Kanawha hurler fanned 14 and walked only 2. The Ayrshire team got its only run in the 3rd inning on a walk, stolen base and an error. Earlier, Whittemore blasted Stanhope 14-3 in the first game at Kanawha. The winners were out- hit 7-6 but each team committed 5 errors. The Stanhope errors co- Defending Publinx Champ Moves Into 2nd Round of Meet By STERLING SLAPPEY Atlanta, (#>)—With a former champion v and many other favored players out of the running, 134 golfers went into the 2nd round of the National Public Links tournament Tuesday chasing the crown Wilfred Crossley defends. Crossley, a Brooklyn insurance executive, drew a tough tourna- . ,_J • -T „ Y •-!-.' t rrr- .% * J f^lUJ.^. J-11C fcZ, Vrti-LlAU LJC Cl L Ul. A 1_U — ment goller in James Leyemiagea | incided with the whittemore hits n-f Wocf Allio WU sis his nnnnn- " 1Llut: " 7, i vvmuemuie luia to produce the lopsided total. The 3-hitter came from the arm of Dick Doran of Iowa City. His mates collected 2 runs in the 4th inning to edge out Dysart 2-1 at Iowa City. Cedar Rapids Wilson will meet Iowa City for a berth in the state meet. The Cedar Rapids lads combined the 4-hit hurling of Arnie Paulichek with the big bat of Lloyd Oliver, who got a homer of West Allis, Wis., as his ent in the 2nd round defense of' the championship he won last summer in Minneapolis, Minn. Crossley won his way into the 2nd round with a 4 and 3 victory over Alfred Serian of Troy, N. Y. Levenhagen defeated Leon Butler, an Atlanta entry who was thoroughly familiar with the long 6,762-yard, par 71 North Fulton Park course. Another former Public Links titleholder who won Tuesday was Andrew Szwedko of Sharpsburg, Pa., the 1939 winner. He defeated Shedric McKain of Memphis, Tenn., 2 and 1 and Tuesday ran against Julio Campagni of Highwood, 111. The champion who unexpectedly fell trying to pass the first milepost was Robert C. Clark, the 1940 winner from St. Paul, Minn. Clark and Jack C. Russell of Memphis, played to a dog-fall over the regulation 18 holes at North Fulton but Russell captured the 19th hole to take the match. No Size Limit on Racers to Run at North /owa Fair The world's fastest speedway race cars and drivers are scheduled to appear at the North Iowa fair in Mason City, according to an announcement received today from Frank R. Harris of Davenport, secretary of the International Motor Contest association, governing body of dirt track racing. Harris informed Fair Secretary M. C. Lawson that the speed contest at the fair have been designated class A competion in the battle for the 1948 international championships, assuring the appearance of all top title contenders here. No limits are placed on the size of the motors with the biggest speedway cars in competition eligible. In order to qualify for title competition it was necessary that the fairground speedway fill IMCA qualifications. National inspecting officials announced that a complete crew of veteran track engineers will work on the oval prior to the fair's opening in order that maximum speed may be attained and that adequate protection be afforded both the spectators and the drivers. In addition to the largest cash purses in the history of fair racing, special trophies and cash awards will be given the drivers who break any track or world's records. An electric eye timing device, synchronizing 3 watches to a hundredth of a second, will be used by timers certified by the fair board and the IMCA. Auto Racing, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., world's largest promoters of dirt track racing, will be in charge of the fair events. by Hugh S. Fullerton. jr. New York, (ff>) —Football storm warnings are coming in from East Lansing, Mich., and Boulder, Colo. . . . Word is out that Michigan State, opening a 51,000 seat stadium next fall, is going out for a Brooklyn Options Taylor to St. Paul C h i c a gr o, (U.R)—Harry Taylor, righthanded pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers, was optioned Tuesday to St. Paul of the American Association. Taylor, who won 10 games and lost 5 for Brooklyn last season, hurt his arm in August. He had a record of one win and 4 losses this year. He was sent to the Saints on 24 hour option. and a triple in 3 chances, for a 7-1 win over Burlington. At Waverly, Monona piled up 10 runs in C innings while shutting out Aplington. The game was called at the end of the 6th inning by a rule which ends a game when one team leads by 10 runs. Red legs Feel Sting by 14-2 BUGS Blank Braves; Athletics Win Pair By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, (U.R)—For people who just can't understand how a firebrand like Leo Durocher can get along with the lazy, colorless New York Giants whom he inherited, the preliminary reports Tuesday indicated that he was doing all right. First of all, he had them winning ball games again, with 3 victories in 4 starts since he took over the club, the latest a vicious 14-2 triumph over the Cincinnati Reds in which the Giants made more runs than in any game since June 6. ' Improved Spirit Second, and more important, he had them hustling. In every game played thus far, there has been shouting in the dugout with the players up on the steps instead of sitting back for between inning siestas as was their custom previously. He had them talking about baseball, about the pennant in fact, and the general lethargy of the past was gone. His 3rd step was to do something about the pitchers. There are 11 hurlers on the Giant staff, some good, some mediocre, some terrible. Right away after taking over the club from Mel Ott, he announced that he would establish a starting rotation. Names Starters Pie said he would use Sheldon Jones, Dave Koslo, Clint Hartung, Larry Jansen and Ray Poat as his starters, returning Jones from July 20, 1948 11 Mason CUy Globc-Gaietle, Mason Clljr, U. BOBBY DOERR —Gets 4-Rim Homer as 41-year-old Fritz Ostermueller blanked the pacesetting Boston Braves 1 to 0. Danny Murtaugh :.e the The Clevelanc Indians, leading The 2nd game between Waverly and Winthrop was called in the 3rd inning because of rain. FIRST ROUND At Iowa City Iowa City 2; Dysart 1. Cedar Rapids Wilson 7; Burlington 1. At Kanawha Whittemore 14; Stanhope 3. Kanawha 5; Ayrshire 1. At Waverly Monona 10; Aplington 0 (called end of 6th, 10-run rule). Waverly vs. Winthrop, called in 3rd inning, rain. the American league, won over the Senators 7-6 in 11 innings at Washington when Bob Kennedy drove home Larry Doby with the winning tally. Steve Gromek, one of 7 Indian pitchers, was the winner. Bobby Doerr provided all the Red Sox runs as Boston downed the St. Louis Browns 4-1 at Boston. Fred Sanford was touched for the payoff homer clout in the first inning and Mel Parnell held the Browns to 7 hits. schedule to match With Ann Arbor only 60 miles away, the Spartans have to have the team and the games to compete for the ^customers . . . Colorado has to build up to Big Seven level and reports from the mountain country say it will get there—as a title contender—about' '49 or '50 if summer school doesn't take too big a toll. One-Minute Sports Page Did anyone point out that when Harrison Dillard bumped all those hurdles in the Olympic tryouts and had to give up the first thing he did was trot to the finish and congratulate the 3 place winners? . . . When Bill Terry wanted to trade Mel Ott several years ago, Giant Owner Horace Stoiieham said: "I could not face my mother STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE \V. L. Pet. G.B. 33 .602 . . . 38 ,513 7-J if I let Mel go." The Illinois Baseball Marathon Swea City—The record in marathon baseball playing, tournament competition excepted, was probably set on the high school diamond Friday when 5 consecutive games were played. The opener, a baseball game between Estherville and Swea City Peewees, began at 2 p. m., and the final run came just before midnight with the end of the Burt- Grant softball match. In the meantime, Estheryille and Swea City high school met and vacated the diamond just in time for Grant and a Swea City businessmen's team to take the field. Wallingford and another Swea City team played under lights, and the final game, Grant township vs. Burt, broke up at midnight. high school coaches clinic next rrijphth won't have an all-star basketball game as its finale. It's the first time . . . What we can't understand is why it doesn't include baseball when the university has a standout like Wally Roettger as coach. Pop-Ular Pitcher . When Gordon Campbell ol^Keo- kuk, Iowa, pitched a 7-inning one- hit softball game against Warsaw, 111- recently, the box score showed no putouts at first base and no assist for anyone . . . Camp_ bell fanned 13 batsmen and the j Catcher took a pop for his 14th putout . . . The left fielder caught 2 fly balls and the other 5 outs were on pop-ups to the infield. Cleaning the Cuff Five Princeton varsity sports captains are on the scholastic honors list just announced. That doesn't include football Capt. Dick West, who won a Phi Beta Kappa key before his February gradua- Michigan State Player Wins College Baseball All Around Competition Los Angeles, {£")—The University of California walked off with the 3rd annual national college baseball field competition and Michigan State's George Rutenbar won the laurels as the best all- round baseball athlete. John H. Kobs of Michigan State, secretary of the American Association of College Baseball Coaches, announced the results Tuesday after tabulating marks set by competitors of the 5 schools represented this year. California's players won with 41 out of a possible 42 points; Michigan State had 29; Santa Clara 17, Colgate 15 and Syracuse 9. To win the all-round title, Rutenbar drove a ball 394 feet 21 inches, had a throw of 342 feet C inches and circled the bases in 14.3 seconds. Boston ....... 50 Brooklyn ..... 40 St. Louis ..... 41 39 .513 7i Pittsburgh ____ 41 39 .513 7i New York ____ 40 39 .506 8 Philadelphia ..40 44 .476 10£ Cincinnati .... 38 46 .452 12!. Chicago ...... 35 47 .427 141 Monday Results New York 14, Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 5, Chicago 4. Pittsburgh 1, Boston 0. Brooklyn at St. Louis, postponed, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Cleveland ____ 50 30 .625 Philadelphia . . 53 35 .602 New York ____ 47 34 .580 Boston ....... 45 36 .556 Detroit ....... 41 41 .500 Washington ... 35 47 .427 St. Louis ..... 29 50 .367 Chicago ...... 26 53 .329 TSK-TSK/ CHALX-TALKINS IK HIS SLEEP A6AIN/ tion One of the entrants in the Iowa Masters golf tournament is Grant Dudgeon. No doubt he hopes to be a high Dudgeon in the tournament . . . The Brooklyn football Dodgers are advertising a 20 per cent reduction in ticket prices this year . . . There has to be a first time, even for Branch Rickey. Quincy Hikes Margin to 7i in Three I By the Associated Press The redhot Quincy Gems added a full game to their Three I league lead—boosting the edge to 7$—by dumping 2nd place Danville 4-3 Monday night. Evansville secured its 3rd place rating by blasting Terrc Haute 18-6 with 'a 15 hit assault off 3 opposing hurlers. In a game filled with 4 homers, Decatur edged Springfield 9-8. Davenport downed Waterloo 4-3 although outhit 11-6 and being charged with 3 errors. Sports Calendar TUESDAY—Legionnaires at Spencer, time 8:30. Chamber Motors Junior Legion of Des Moines at Mason City Junior Legion, time 6:30. WEDNESDAY—V. F. W. at Legionnaires, time 8:30. THURSDAY — Junior Legion at Waterloo for 2nd inter-district playoff game, time 2 p. m. Estherville at Legionnaires, time 8:30. FRIDAY—Legionnaires at Northwood, time 5:00. 1 3 i 5t 10 10 23J (H Monday Results Cleveland 7, Washington 6 innings). Boston 4, St. Louis 1. Philadelphia 6-6, Chicago 0-4. Detroit at New York, postponed, rain. League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB K II Tc(. Williams, Boston ... 71 2(>:! <;fi 102 .3H8 Boudreau, Cleveland 80 2!»!> <!0 IflH .IKil Kcll, nctroit (il» 23. 1 ! 33 7R .332 Mitchell, Cleveland fi5 2fi5 33 87 .!«!» bullpen duty. At the same time he restored Ken Trinkle as the Probable Pitchers NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia (Simmons 4-9} at ittsburgh (Chesnes (4-2)—night. New York (Poat 9-2) at St. ,ouis (Munger 4-7)—night. Boston (Voiselle 10-6) at Cincinnati (Wehmeier 5-5). Brooklyn (Barney 5-5) at Chicago (Rush 2-6). AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland (Black 2-1) at Washington (Scarborough 6-5)—night. Chicago (Pieretti 3-4) at Philadelphia (Brissie 9-7)—night. Detroit (Trout 9-10) at New York (Hiller 3-1). St Louis (Fannin 5-8) at Boston (Kramer 10-3). team's number one relief man. On the others, Alex Konikowski, Clem Dreisewerd, Paul Erickson, Andy Hansen, and Montia Kennedy, Durocher reserved judgment, but he indicated he would give all an equal chance. In Monday's rout of the Reds, Jansen went the distance to gain his llth victory, giving up 7 hits, one of which was Hank Sauer's 26th homer, putting him in a tie with Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh for the major league lead. Walker Cooper and Bobby Thomson each got 3-run homers in the Giants' 18-hit assault on 3 Cincy pitchers. What was particularly interesting was that Durocher had the usually slow-moving Giants stealing 4 bases. Whitey Lockman sneaked 2, Bill Rigney one, and even lumbering Johnny Mize got one. The Phils came from behind with 4 runs on 6 hits in the 5th to defeat the Cubs 5-4 at Chicago. Dutch Leonard scattered 11 hits, one a homer by Andy Pafko, to win his 9th game. ' Old Fritz Comes Through The Pittsburgh Pirates gained a virtual 3-way tie for 2nd place The Athletics took both ends of a twi-night doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox at Philadelphia 6-0 and 6-4. They got 7- hit pitching from Dick Fowler in the first game as he gained his 9th win. Phil Marchildon also twirled a 7-hitter in the nightcap, but the A's had to come from behind with 3 runs in the 8th inning to win. Brundage at Olympic Helm I for Last Time ; By TED SMITS Aboard the S. S. America, (/P)— '• Avery Brundage, a storm center of amateur sports for years, says : this is the last time he will lead United States forces into the Olympic games. The man who has guided U. S. Olympic affairs for nearly 20 years and ridden out numerous controversies made the announcement Monday night as the bulk of America's 1948 team neared English port. "It is generally understood," he said casually, "that I will not accept the presidency of the United States Olympic Association again. "I think it's a good thing for the presidency to be passed around." The announcement came as a complete surprise to the U. S. Olympic delegation, numbering more than 300 athletes and officials, on board this giant liner. Brundage has held the Olympic post since 1929. He was elevated after the 1928 games at Amsterdam at which Gen. Douglas MacArthur was the chief. He has been re-elected at every succeeding quadrennial meeting. The next is in 1950. "They call me a dictator," he said Tuesday. "Every lime I have been elected it was unanimously and I have been upheld unanimously in every matter except going to Berlin." Brundage led a bitter fight to send the American team to Berlin 1936 and won it. His foes arm gued Hitler was using the games for propaganda purposes. Cordle's Beats CIO to Strengthen Lead in Softball League Cordle Cartage took a big stride toward sewing up the championship in the YMCA softbaU league at East park Monday evening by defeating the 2nd place CIO team 5-0. Floyd Johnson hurled for the Truckers and had a no-hitter for 6 and 2/3 innings when Thomas got the lone hit registered by the CIO. The winners got 9 hits with Johnson driving home a pair of runs. The City Employes pulled within a half game of 5th place in the standings fay downing the 3rd place Moose Lodge team 7-3. The big inning for the winners was the 4th when 4 hits produced 3 runs. The standings: W. X,. Pet.! W. L. Pet. Tanker Wally Ris Sent to Hospital London, (£")—Wally Ris of Iowa, the United States' 100-meter swimming hope in the Olympics games, went to an orthopedic hospital Tuesday for treatment of a "football knee"—the first casualty in the American camp. Wally threw out his left knee Sunday, Coach Bob Kophuth reported, and it failed to respond to treatment at the dispensary at Uxbridge, where the 41-man tank team took up residence in advance of the main body of Americans. Cordle's CIO M 1 .'JS3[Decker's <l II) .2HG 10 3 ."(WNt. Guard 3 12 .2(1(1 !> 6 .GOOjCity Emp. 3 13 .187 Wau/cee, Bur t Post Semi-pro Meet Wins Adel, (/P)—Waukee blasted Bloomfield 10-1 and Burt won by forfeit from Springville in the 2nd round of the state semi-pro baseball tournament Monday night. A 5 run 8th inning for Waukee brought an end to its contest, under the tournament's 9 run lead rule. Chuck Manders held Bloomfield to 3 hits. Springville was eliminated by its 2nd straight forfeit. Forest City was to play Watea- loo and Nevada was to meet Ottumwa in games scheduled for Tuesday. ZariIJa, St. I.ouls MIDGET BASEBALL LEAGUE Betsy Ross pulled within a half game of the lead in the Midget baseball league standings by beating Tyler-Ryan 8-4 Monday. Marshall-Swift defeated Coca-Cola in the other game. The standings: W. I,. P«t.| W. L. Pot. riecker'n 0 4 .OrU|Coc»-Cola K * .B8fi Belny Re. K 4 .fl«7|T.-Hy»n K ft .385 W«rd'» H A .57l|lH.-Swift t 9 .SIM Suspension, Fines for Reds in Argument With Rookie Umpire Cincinnati, Ohio, (U.R) — Catcher Dewey Williams of the Cincinnati Reds Tuesday was sitting out a 5-day suspension for putting his hands on Rookie Umpire Frank Bascoli during an argument in last Saturday's game with the Brooklyn Dodgers. However, Ford Frick, National league president, ruled that Williams may enter the lineup if Ray Lamanno, the Reds' only other receiver, is injured. Any such game in -which he catches will not be considered a part of his suspension. Frick, who handed down the suspension Monday, also fined Williams $100 and gave Reds Manager Johnny Neun a $50 fine for their part in the argument wi).h Bascoli. Musi.tl, St. Louis Pafko, Chicago .. Ashfourn, Pliiladcl Dark, Boston Holmes, Huston . Stank}-, Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB K St 317 7(1 287 81 325 (i7 iMil 71 2!)4 (i2 '2(11 Pet. .:*->:> .338 .:«i II 71 124 50 102 4i» lift 40 78 47 <>4 .321) 47 71 .320 HOMERUNS Kiner, Pirates 26 Saner, Reds ;>!> Muslnl, Cards 22 Keltner, Indians 2U Mize, Giants . uo RUNS HATTED INT Stephens, Red Sox 77 DiM.iRKio, Yankees 74 Gordon, Indians -3;; Williams, Red Sox ',. 72 Muslal, Cards 70 Miie, Giants .., 70 Musiat, Cards ........................ Williams, rtnrt Sox .............. '.'.'.'.'. Kinor, Firatcs .................... ".. I.ockman, Giant.s .................... Giistlne. Pirates .............. "" o, Ked Sox ............. '..'..'. Hi Lincoln Pulls Info Tie for 2nd Place By the Associated Press The Lincoln Athletics were back in the Western league pennant chase Tuesday, tied with Denver for 2nd place just half a game behind Pueblo. Aided by some heavy hitting, Bobby Shantz pitched the A's to an 11-1 victory over Omaha Monday night in the only league game played. It was his 14th triumph against 2 losses. Decorah Loses in 9th Decorah — The Decorah Cubs lost a heart-breaker Sunday when Highlandville scored the winning run in the 9th inning of a 2-1 game on an error. Other games in the Upper Iowa league were Nordness 3, Dorchester 0; Burr Oak 12, Cresco 3; Ridgeway 19, Quandahl 12. MID-SUMMER SPORTS EVENT We over bought on sport coats and summer suits and are selling the few we have left at down-to-cost prices. It will pay you to come and look these over. IS SPORT COATS Sizes ns to 40 ... rc- fluccd down from original price of $25 to only Just a few. TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS Only 3 at this price . . . sizes ^7-38-39. Ail wool. S.ive $10 on ench one. Hoc- $49.50 SPORT SHIRTS Nico selection in several beautiful pastel shades. RCK. SS.S5 95 37 4 ED FINNEGAN CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES 24A 1st St.. S. K. Across From Home Furniture ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS 2.' Years Clothing Experience 50 95 ECLIPSE PROFESSIONAL MODEL * * * * * WITH THAT IUILT-W STAVING QUAIIT* feir Injct typ« tiio, 10.50.2,13 Umlten besting wKetU—eili* he* [I.I »rci bur., -Cajxcity 1 lo 4 • ere* pet d«v. • We Also Have Power Mowers in 18, 19, 32 in. Eclipse and Pennsylvania Hand Mowers in the Following sizes: 16, 17, 18, 19 inch. Oirrie Van Hess £fr BASEBALL ROOSEVELT FIELD WEDNESDAY, July 21 -8:30 p. m. Y.F.W. Mason City VS. M.C.LEGIONNAIRES / Admission — Adults 60c; Children 25c — Tax Inc. 20 East State Phone 17 IT'S A DELTA Heavy duty 10 inch tilting arbor circle saw. Ideal for commercial or home use. See It Today. We also have a complete line of other DELTA power tools. Van Ness Co 20 Ea.it State Phone 1.7

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