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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, J A N U A R Y 9 1936 THIRTEEN BLUE DEVILS PLAY HERE ON FRIDAY NIGHT GOOD COLD CASH POURS INTO LAPS OF PRO NET MEN That's Reason for Amateur Stars Leaving Ranks of Simon-Pure Sport. By EDDIE BIHETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Jan. 9. (.·!)--Can scarcely blame the tennisters for enlisting under the Bill O'Brien banner . . . They get good dough . . . Which is what most of us are after . . . For instance, Jane Sharp will collect JI150 each week and O'Brian will feed her . . . Mrs. Ethel Burk- bardt Arnold gets $300 a week, but must buy her own cakes. Berkeley Bell will be paid $500 a week flat . . . Bruce Barnes, the Texan, gets- $250 per . . . Both, feed themselves . . . each individual must take care of his or her hotel bill, but O'Brien stands for all traveling expenses. The big shots are George Lott, Lester Stoefen and Ellsworth Vines . . . Lott and Stoefen each' receive 12'i per cent of the gate . . . Last year it netted them better than .$20,000 each . . . Vines rated 20 per cent of the gate and so made considerably more . . . What is left is split 50-50 between Big Bill Tilden and O'Brien . . . They made plenty, too. * * * Other tennis news: A move is on to play the American zone Davis cup matches between Australia and the "United States in California . . . George Lott agrees with Mrs. Helen Wills Moody that the U. S. will regain the historic cup . . . Lott figures Wilmer Allison will have the best year of his career . . . And that he'll get plenty of help from Oakland Don Budge. Bryan Grant, the midget Atlan- tan, looks like a sure bet to make the trip to Wimbledon, and the odds are Gene Mako will be dropped . . . too temperamental . . . Allison and Johnnny Van Ryn will take care of the doubles again . . . you can bet your last dollar Mrs. Moody will be back in the thick of things. * # * Connie Mack got between .$300,000 and $500,000 from the Red Sox ;or Foxx, McNair, Cramer and Marcum--in addition to players . . . unless the Sunday baseball bars are let down the Red Sox will move their Piedmont league franchise from Charlotte to Rocky Mount or Greensboro, N. Car. . . Joe Savoldi has been suspended in New York for conduct unbecoming a wrestler . . . how could he be? ... Nat Fleischer, editor of The Ring, leaves in a week to look over the boxing situations in the South American countries. Joe Louis says he won't mess around any longer than necessary with Charlie Retzlaff when they cross knuckles in Chicago a week from tomorrow . . . the fellow driving that dust covered flivver down Broadway yesterday was Bill Tilden, just in from the coast for the pro tennis tour. Pioneer Shooter Grabs Lead in Scoring, Tops Other Mizoo Loop Aces DES MO1NES,, Jan. 9. Harve Oliphant, Grinnell's veteran forward, took advantage of the Pioneers' three-game Missouri Valley conference trip to take tne early lead in the individual scoring race for the Valley sharp-shooters. The Grinncll ace flipped in eight fieldgoals and six three throws for 22 points, a two point lead over his teammate, Julius Bauer, and Capt. Paul Bethel of Washburn. The latter, however, has played in only two games. THE LEADERS: KO FT PF TT Oliphant. f. Grinnrll . Bauer, c, r.rinncll Bethel, f. AVasliburn . Ktepfcr, t. r.rlmiell . . Jlenn, £. Orinnrll . . . . Fee. I. Washhurn Iler. K, \Vnshinctnn . Former Star Still at Top With Indie Cagers CENTERVILLE, Jan. 9. (.¥)--Ray Patterson, former Iowa Wesleyan athlete, hasn't lost his eye for the basket. Playing guard with a local independent team against the Bloomfield Packers here last night. Patterson scored IS baskets and three free throws to lead his club to an 86 to 26 victory. Globe-Trotters Win in Clowning Game at Falls IOWA FALLS, Jan. 9.--The Harlem Globe Trotters defeated the La Forge Shamrocks of Iowa Falls in their customary clowning fashion before a capacity crowd here. The score was 24 to 20. The Negro team put on a good show and kept the crowd laughing. CAGE SCORES By THK ASSOCIATED I'KKSS r«rsons .*!(;: K i r k n v l l l R M o . ) Osteopaths 17. Columbia 37: IVrstcrn I'nion "2. MiriiiRitn Statr 32: Knlaninzno M, Wrstrrn Reserve SG: -lohn Carroll 43. ·Tnmrstmvn Collcsr 42; Conconlia (Monr- 1fn! 28. -Nnvy .17: Vlrelnin Military I n M l t n t r 23. Arniv .10: -Inhm Hopkins 34. Lone I«lnnd r n l v c r s l l y UK: IMioiicsnr 3-1- Cnrnrcir Tcrli 34: IMUvhnrtli 2!1, Cnthnllp V. 3R; Mnrinl St. .Mur.v* 31, 1n;inehii*rlt!i I n M H i i l ? "f TrrhnitltiRy 3»: Hflmrd 27. »w York I*. M: K m t n r k y '-'S. Texas 4 1 : Rtce I n s t i t u t e K. GAZETTE LENV'IL SIMMONS Forward NO. 1. UKVJL Lenvil "Sim" Simmons, scoring a«e of the Davenport high school squad, Is team captain. BUSS PARSONS Center GOLF ACES KNOW HOW TO BREATHE That's What University Grad Students Find Out By Test at Iowa. IOWA CITY, Jan. 9. (.T)--Add to the long list of differences between a good golfer and a dub one more-breathing. University of Iowa physical education experts who tried to find out what the difference in good and bad golfing were in an attempt to see what could be done about them, learned that all skilled golfers following a regular breathing pattern in driving and putting. Research by Helen Schudel, supervisor of physical education at Valparaiso, Ind., and a university graduate student, discovered that skilled golfers took a deep breath before starting their drives, and held it until the end of the back swing. This was followed by a deep, forceful expiration of breath. Most of the best golfers also held their breath during the putt, although a few inhaled and exhaled a shallow breath during the stroke. Untrained golfers followed no regular breathing pattern. The study showed that it required approximately one second for both the experts and the dubs to execute a drive or a putt. CHAMPIONS SET TO SEEK CROWN National Title Winners Take First Pitsol Match With Canal Zone Squad. The defending national champion pitsci. and revolver learn of Ihe Cerro Gordo Rifle club opened ils season by winning from the Balboa, C. Z., Gun club in a poslal malch, it was announced Thursday. The local marksmen outscored the Panamanian squad, 1,371 lo 1,315. Four local shoolers were high in Ihe malch, headed by Leo Allstot, the team captain. E. E. McSwceney, W. K. Winnie and E. C. Boyer ran second, third and fourth. The national malch course, 10 shols a man slow, limed and rapid fire at 50 feet, was fired for the contest. This week the local team meets Burlington's Rifle club in a 20-shot fire match, and the rifle team opposes the Burlington riflemen, firing 10 shots a man in prone and offhand positions. The local pistol team will again enter a National Rifle association league to defend its title and may possibly compete in a slow fire league. The local rifle team will also enter a national circuit. MATCH SCORES. Team Member-- SF TF . ) . . !»5 9i» ItF Tolsil !lli 3SO M 37.S W 27:1 93 fS 262 I.. K. A l l s l o t (C:l K. K. Mi*ui"enpy. . . . . . . ill jci \\'. K. IVIimie 8!l flft K. C. Bojer 811 35 M. I.llildlie.re 8S «ri Team Total Mil 411 Balboa -l:7 4,17 IN THE RING By Till". ASSOCIATED TKKSS .VE\V YORK--Mike HcHolnp. 134, N.v YnrJi. stopped C'ftudR Vnrner, 125. California, I J . 1 ) . AROUND the COURTS By GEORGE E. KEOGA2V Notre Dame Basketball Coach Copyright, 1936, by Central Press Description of play: No. 5 passes in to No. 1 breaking out, then cuts around No. 1 who fakes a pass back to No. 5 but actually passes to No. 3 cutting to center of court. No. S then passes to No. 5 who dribbles in and shoots. No. 2 cuts toward corner and back to follow shot. No. S follows up center, and No. 1 goes back to cover the defensive area, * * * * * * NORTHWESTERN university, which frequently uses the play diagrammed, above, is coached by "Dutch" Lonborg, and has been coming along in fine fashion. "Dutch" has the problem confronting many coaches, that of breaking in sophomore ball players. In McMichaels and Trenkle at forwards and Nagode at center, he has a fine trio. All are slender, fast, good men, the real basketball type. Vance and Bender are doing a fine job at the guards. This team will come along fast and while they may not win the Western conference championship, they will be right up there fighting for il. The recenl 20 lo 20 lie game played by Northwestern and Notre. .Dame is indicalivc of intense rivalry between these two leamf. As far as games are concerned since Lonborg came to Northwestern, they are about even. They are always real, thrilling battles. Undefeated Squads to Be in Action for Local Tilt Davenport High Wins Five Games by Huge Scores in Season,- Was Consolation Champion of Last Year. J'KOBABLE LINEUPS Mason City Varsity Davenport Sophomores GKIMSLKY Coac'h MOON M:IP»II City Davenport Flrtfhpr F Simmons H u f f I'" Sicgel . . F Msuis , . . C I'itts ..(i Lucinr Guclf t G Simmons TIME: 7:30, Friday. \Vallaf« V Cox (inokman Stoockcr C 1'arsons Mr.Koir/.y Hfrt (c.) G . . . Strasshorjji'r JSrisliitic \V. Wood G Kochnke TIME: 8:30, Friday. J'LACE: Mason City high school. OFFICIALS: Ralph* "Buzz" Hognn, Osage; Clyde L.'King, Now Hampt on. The Blue Devils are coming to town. They'll be here Friday night, two teams of them, to battle Mason City high school's Mohawk basketball squad. And they'll stack up their clear record--without a defeat this season in five games--against an equally clean list turned in by Mason City. The Blue Devils come from Davenport, where rotund Paul Moon has been turning out fast-breaking, winning basketball teams for a good many seasons. They won the consolation championship last season in the Iowa tournament, beating Diagonal 43 to 22, after losing to Mason City in the semifinal round, 28 to 17. ·Win Two Titles--Twice! Davenport, among other things, iV» the only high school to repeat in the Iowa tournament, winning the state t i t l e in two consecutive seasons--and to top that, the Blue Devils here turned the trick twice! Paul Moon's outfit was definitely the team to beat in last spring's state tournament. After the Mohawks defeated Davenport In the semifinals, they stopped worrying. Grinnell was an easier club to defeat in the final game than the Blue Devils \vere in that earlier conlest. Davenport is the team to Beat again this season, in a good many ways. A victory Friday night would mean lots to the Mason City squad. Not only would it assure them that they can compete with the state's top-rankers, but it would mean that the young Mohawk team had pulled up even with a proud record. The good Mohawk squad of 193334 which lost to Roosevelt of DCS Moines in the state tournament by 40 to 14, won 10 consecutive games during tie regular season. The present Mason City team has won 9 contests, and would equal that two- year old record with a victory on Friday night. Glaiu-c at Record. Let's glance at the Blue Devil record: Davenport 22; Clinton 12. Davenport 42; East Moline 20. Davenport 35; Iowa City 27. Davenport 45; Moline 32. Davenport 51; Grinnell 24. That's quite a record to consider --when you stop to think that Iowa City, for instance, beat Austin's Scarlets 31 to 23, and must be a pretty fair ball team; that Moline ranks near the top annually in Illino's basketball circles, and that Grinnell was ruunerup to the Mohawks in the state tournament last season, losing that single championship game during the year. The Grinnell victory saw the Davenport reserves playing most of the ball game, according to sports scribes in the River City, after the regulars had built up a 19 to 6 lead in the first period. 'Grinnell failed to score against the Blue Devil reserves in the second quarter. Plenty of Manpower. The Davenport squad, like otherv of the season past, will depend on manpower and speed in its game here Friday night. It's nothing at all for Coach Moon to use a dozen players in a game. The reserves run in and out all through Davenport's contests, according to the boxscoreg, while the starting combination takes a breath and gets ready to start the "firewagon" again. The Davenport sophomores will battle with Mason City's Little Mohawks in the opening game Friday night, at 7:30. were beaten by The Little Moline, 23 Devils to 22, in their last start, but took in Iowa City 35 to 9 and walloped East Moline, 43 to 16. Upper Iowa to See Main Section of Schedule on Way in La Crosse Opener FAYETTE. Jan. 9. /B--The Upper Iowa basketball team opens the main section of its schedule against the La Crosse Normal quintet at LaCrosse, Wis. The Peacocks return home to play Bucna Vista in an Iowa conference game here Saturday night. They defeated Western Union in December, the only state loop contest played so far. Ten of Coach John "Doc" Dorman's squad made the Wisconsin trip. They were Hansen, Eischeid, Murray. Mueller. Arthur. Benson, Floyd Tale. Paul Tate, Fae Tate and Andrus-vk. PROS AT IOWA IOWA CITY, Jan. 9 LT)--Ellsworth. Vines and his troupe of professional tennis players will appear at the University of Iowa fieldhouse March 5. George Lott, Lester Stoefen and Berkeley Bell will come here with the former United States amateur king. IN SUNDAY GAME DES MOINES, Jan. 9. LT'h -The Ottumwa School of Success basketball team will play the Armory Guardsmen q u i n t e t of Des Moines here next Sunday afternoon. The Des Moines team is composed of the - r ame players who won t h i r d place in the state amateur tournament last winter. JAYSEESTRAVEL TO CAGE BATTLE Sheldon Junior College Has Tough Outfit to Send Against Trojans. PROBABLE LINEUPS Mason City Sheldon Si:THKRL.-\xn . . . n m t - l l KItlMCI Hcrlii-iipr r HfmWian J.linp . F . l.iii'iifl Snrll C Aihmu stmyk fi G r i f f i n ,MllcI)mi!lM fi JJnp TIM K 1:311, Frlilny N U M . 1'I.ACK ShcMim .1. f. 01'Kiri.U.X V. H.T(iny, 1'iuilllnn. Jtny S m i t h , I'rliiiKlmr. Mason City junior college, while the Mohawk cagers are holding the home court Friday night, will tour far into northwestern Iowa to play Sheldon on its home court. The jay- sees will drive to their opponents' home floor, leaving early Friday. With a 50-50 record for the season against junior college and local independent teams, the Trojans head out against a tough club for their seventh contest of the year. The Sheldon squad will include four veteran performers. The Trojans walloped the northwestern Iowa team at Mason City last season, winning -13 to 17 as Leo "Pat" Ryan and Harris Gilpin went on a scoring spree in the third quarter to pull far away from the visiting outfit. NORTHSIDE FIVE ON TOUR FRIDAY Holy Family Plays Swaledale for Second Time in Game at Foreign Court. PROBABLE LINEUPS Holy Family CARROLL. oir.ri.v r. /irctt'r .1. Vrzn Illicltr! ravnn:njch . , , H. Zlcslcr . . . . Su-aledale BACON retcr«cm \Viml Tmry J.unfll ;. K any fn.-ic-li r r. r ...... r. t; TIMF, Friday MsM. PLACK fdalf inch Sch Opposing a. team that they defeated in their last contest, Holy Family's Northsiders will tour to Swale- dale Friday night to meet the home high school team. The reserve squads from each school will also meet in a preliminary contest. Holy Family walloped the Swale- dale first team 22 to 9 here last Friday night, Cyril "Babe" Ziegler eading the attack with 3 goals and a free toss. The Holy Family reserves, beaten 18 to 17, after holding their opponents to a 10 to 10 tie in half game, will be looking for a reversal of Ihe score Friday night. Wesleyan Lineup Jiggled for Friday Night Tussle MT. PLEASANT, J a n . 9. i.Ti-- Coach Glen Bingham hns revised his Iowa Wesleyan basketball team for the Iowa conference game with Simpson here tomorrow night. The Tiger coach has- replace! Dee Rce.se, veteran, with Harold Beery, rookie, and Larry Spivey, another first year player, has taken over Walt Zillmer's guard post. Iowa Wesleyan defeated Penn in its first conference game. 'S SECTION Veteran Challenges for Three-Cushion Cue Title CHICAGO, Jan. 9. (.B--Veteran Willie Hoppe of New York, the wizard who served as Wclkcr Cochran's great inspiration some 20 years ago, challenged the San Francisco star for his world's three cusion billiard championship today. The two, holders of four important world's billiard titles between them, will play a scries of six blocks of 60 points 'a block "for Ihe title won by Cochran last November in the annual tournament. CUB BANK ROLLS TO GET BOOSTED Wrigley Cold Cash Is Given Out in Greater Chunks to Raise Salaries. CHICAGO. Jan. 9. (.T)--The big Wrigley bank roll, once the pride and joy of the winter ivory marts, caused a great celebration at Mt. Ida, Ark., and all other winter headquarters 'of the Chicago Cub champions today. Instead of being used to buy a player at five or six figures, the famous bank roll was being peeled to give every one of 23 Cubs a pay boost for 1930. Elated over the proof of his hase-^ ball theory that rewards to hustling players are more important to a team's success than the purchase of a star a year, Owner Phil K. Wrigley announced last night that all his players would receive a raise in salary next season. Except to say that no player would be disappointed the youthful Cub owner refused to discuss the range of wage increases. Owner Wriglcy's action probably marks the first time in major league baseball history that a whole club from manager down to the lowest paid regular received a pay boost at one time. Col. Jake Ruppcrt of the Yankees and tile late Frank J. Navin of Detroit have been liberal but neither went as far as Wrigley has gone. When young Wrigley took control of the Cubs after his father's death, he warned his assistants he was against spending big money for ball players iike his father had done. "Get young players, develop them, reward them liberally as they improve," he said. "Such a system will do far more good and bring far greater success than to go out on the m a r k e t with $100,000 and buy an established star." West Union High Takes Scrap With Huskie Five WEST UNION, Jan. 9.--West Union defeated Oelwein's basketball team. The first team won 21 to 15, holding a lead in each quarter. T;ie only suspense coming at the end of the third quarter with Oelwein'.s score within one of the local's and they lied soon after. Grimes and Kamm were the best players for the locals. Hintz for the visitors. Oelwein repeatedly lost on personal fouls. Prep game, West Union 16, Oelwein 10. WAYNE COX Forward TATESET Cyclones Head South, Lack Confidence After Loss to Drake Cagers. AMES. J a n . 9. I.T)--Their otherwise perfect pre-confcrcnce record marred by a .one point defeat at the hands of the Drake Bulldogs, the Iowa Slate Cyclones head south tomorrow for a two game scries in the opening move in defense of their Big Six championship. The title holding team will invade the camp of the unbeaten Kansas Jayhawks at Lawrence on Saturday night. The following Monday Iowa Stale plays the Oklahoma Sooners at Norman before returning to the home court to meet the Kansas State team Jan. 18. Coach Louis Menze predicts no more than one victory on the southern trip. "In Ebling, Noble, Allen and Kappleman, the Kajisas team boasts one of the most powerful veteran aggregations we will meet during the season," said the Cyclone coach. Menze plans to start the same five men who have opened in the previous contests. The ace forwards, Jack Flemming of Spirit Lake, and Jack Cowen of P a c k w o o d , a n d Capt. Torvold Holmes of Ames as floor guard, will make up the veteran nucleus of the starting team. Burton Thomson of Swea City, 6 foot, 4 inch reserve center from last year, will get first call at the pivot post, and George Gibson. Kansas City sophomore, will play the other guard position. MEETING OF TWO HELENS TO HEAD TENNIS FOR YEAR bood Season Anticipated, Top Man of U. S. Association Says in Article. This is nnolhcr of ;i scries wrif- ton psproially for the Associated Press by nnlinnal sports lenders on results of 1935 and prospects for J93B. By WALTER MERRILL HALL President, U. S. L. T. A. NEW YORK, Jan. 9. (.T)--I believe we can look ahead to the tennis season of 1936 with assurance of a most satisfactory year. There has been ample evidence of the continued growth of public interest in ths game, not only from the standpoint of attendance at our tournaments and championships but what is more important, the constant increase in. the amount of play at our clubs, public parks and private courts. This increased public interest will add to the attraction of the lf)3S season which already can be seen to have elements of new flavor, at least by comparisons with recent years. Our American zone of the Davis cup competition will in 1936 receive renewed stimulus and zest from the Australian challenge in this zone which insures a high quality of competitive sport right from the start of the season. Star Helens to Meet. It also seems most probable that this year's women's tennis will be enlivened by a return to competition in American tournaments of our former champion and present British, champion, Mrs. Helen Wills Moody, and that our championships will be climaxed by another epochal match between Mrs. Moody and our present champion, Miss Helen Jacobs, which will be of immense public interest since these two outstanding American players are now bracketed at the top of the women's tennis world. While our men's Davis cup team faltered last year in the challenge round against England and was beaten, it should not be overlooked that they won the inter-zone final against Germany, winner of the European zone, and that there are significant elements of encouragement in the result of our American, championship later in the season when for the first time in three years, an American player won our singles championship. Bring Up Youngsters. Our association is bending every effort to promote the further development of high grade play among 1 the large number of very promising younger American players, and we have no fears for the future of our representative teams. Junior play is being strongly fostered by constructive policies, and, a revival of inter-scholastic competition on an important scale is also planned for 1936. I feel that the game has benefited in 1935 from the enactment of the eight weeks rule, which under temperate administration and with, praiseworthy co-operation from the players haa raised amateur standards while not checking the development of tournament play, and which in 1936 should continue to be a constructive influence. The experiment of combining our men's and women's national singles championship tournaments Into one event last year proved a definite success, judging from the practically unanimous approval of both the players and public, and will be continued in 1936. Crystal Lake Cagers to Play Unbeaten Opponent CRYSTAL LAKE, Jan. 9.--The Crystal Lake basketball team will play a Seven Eagle conference game Friday night on the local floor, meeting Goodell's undefeated leader. Crystal Lake has lost one conference game, to Kanawha. OUT OF THE PRESSBOX By AL MITCHELL April 15 New Crow Hunt Dote IMPORTANT NEWS AROUND THE state . . . to members of rod and gun clubs . . . is the fact that the North Central Iowa organization located in and near Ma-son City will extend the time of its crow shoot until April 15. The announcement has been made by Secretary Lcs Valentine . . . because there has been so much interest in the statewide program of crow hunting planned by the local sportsmen, and because so many other clubs have written to ask for more time in getting into action, the change was made. * * t * * * THE LOCAL CLUB WILL also release something like 2r, of the dusky-feathered birds in the near future, each one carrying a leg band. Two crows will be worth exactly ?5 each in currency of the nation . . . if they arc killed and the bands returned to the local club. Three others will bring in S3 prizes, the same number will be good for $2 each, and 15 or 20 birds will bring in a single American dollar. * # * * * * Odds and Ends . . . THERE'S A MOVEMENT ON foot to re-christen the Y. JI. C. A. Major basketball league . . . it ought to be called the "Bread and Butter" circuit . . . what with Iowa State Brand, Corn Country Butler, Diamond Bread and Bush Pastry making up two thirds of the membership . . . NORTH IOWA will be proudly represented when Hugo Otopalik's wrestling team from Iowa State college opens its schedule Saturday,at Iowa State Teachers. Three cousins, including Ray and Lawrence Hamilton of Iowa Falls, will battle for the 126 pound assignment. The Hamiltons are former high school i-hampions, and their cousin. Keilh Cranston of Odcbolt. is Big Six litieholder . . . John Kirstein of Clarion has Ihe 335 pound class to himself, Don BiillCr "f Clarion will be a likely candidate for the 145 pound job . . . and last but by no means least. AI Stoecker of Mason City, who tips the scale to 190 pounds, has things all his own way in the heavyweight division. Charles City Teams Set for Action m Two Tilts CHARLES CITY, Jan. 9.--The Charles City high school basketball learns will play Friday 0,nd Saturday evenings in two games that will affect the Comet conference standings. Osage will play here Friday night and on Saturday evening the Cornets will play in Nashua. Coach Boylan has not announced the lineup. The second team has only played one game this season, \vhich East Waterloo won. The Immaculate Conceplion academy team will play Dougherty Sunday and the Tuesday following the team will meet the Sa.cred Heart n c n d c m y team on t.hc- Manual Arts floor. Jan. 17 Ihe team will play the Sacred Heart academy in Walerloo. ·\V. S. T'. T. HAS GAMES. IOWA CITY, Jan. 9. (.·?;--The play-by-play account of the University of Iowa's Big Ten basketball games on foreign courts will he- broadcast over Ihe school's radio station, WSUI. The first broadcast of an out-of-town game will be next Monday night when the Hawkeycs play Wisconsin at Madison. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! SUITS 4 SOUTH FEDERAL

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