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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 E*GAZETTE CALIFORNIA TOPS WESTERN BATTLE West Coast Misses Lead in Numbers as Women Play at Ohio Course. WESTWOOD COUNTRY CLUB CLEVELAND, Aug. 8. (A')--Repre sentatives of six states were among the eight golf queens who met to day in the quarterfinals of the wo men's western tourney. California dominated the field with three sur vivors. Three Ohioans and three from II linoia fell by the wayside in th' thrilling second round play over th rain-soaked course yesterday, which saw Miss Eva Shorb, 17 year olc Massillon, Ohio, high school gir match the competitive course record of par 79. Ellamae Williams, 17 year old Chicago miss was the. 5 and 4 victim of Miss Shorb's scoring splurge. Still in the play today were Miss Peggy Wattles of Buffalo, N. Y. paired with Miss Marion Miley of Lexington, Ky., the trans-MissiS' sippi champion; Mis Elizabeth Ab bott of Los Angeles, paired with Miss Margaret Russell, slim brunet from Detroit, Mich.; Miss Shorb blond and petite, paired with Miss Marion Leachman of San Francisco as her foe, and Mrs. P. T. Atwood of Chicago, the only surviving married entrant, who was paired with Miss Barbara Thompson of Los Altos Cal. CARDS SCRAP IN WINNING 'STRING From Sport Pace) the New York Giants was labelled "crucial." After winning IS out of 19 games to pull up from third place and seriously threaten the league leaders, the world champions slipped into a nose dive. Before they righted themselves, they had dropped 9 out of 10 and again were looking up, not only to the Giants, but also to the Chicago Cubs. Trail By One Gamei . Now they boast another string of victories, six in a row, and trail the Cubs by only one game, the same margin that separated them from the second place Chicagoans July 1. Then they were nine and one half games to the rear of the Giants. Today the difference was only four and one half games. With Bill Hallahan pitching his ninth victory of the campaign, tue Cards shaved a full game off the Cubs' advantage and a naif game off the idle Giants' margin Wednesday by trimming the Cincinnati Reds 4 to 2. The Pittsburgh Pirates took the measure of the Cubs 6 to 0. Pirates Wreck Defense. The Pirates baffled the Cubs' defense with numerous bunts as Cy Blanton kept the nine blows well spaced for his thirteenth triumph of the season. The Cleveland Indians made it two out of three under Steve O'Neill's management in splitting a doubleheader with the Chicago White Sox. The Indians won the first handily, 5 to 2, but dropped the second 2 to 1 in 10 innings after Thornton Lee and Ray Phelps had battled through nine innings of scoreless ball. Yanks, Sox Split. In the only other games, the Yankees and Red Sox also split a twin ball. Boston won the first 6 to 5 when Joe Cronin drove a homerun over the left field fence with two on and two out in the ninth. The Yanks came back to take the nightcap 6 to 4. Lefty Grove received credit for tie first, 'No. 14 of the season, while Vemon Gomez won the nightcap for his tenth. New Hampton Stars Split Two Games in Double Bill NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 8.-- The New Hampton All-Stars split a double bill here Tuesday -night with the Sumner Leaders winning the opening game 5 to 4 with Kemp on the mound. Swede Krieger hit his thirty-third homerun of the season. The Leaders won the nightcap handily, 13 to 5. (Second jHlCAOO -- t AB H PO A Badcllff If 4 0 3 0 Flet 2b 4 Slm'ons ef LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE Battfnc--Vosmlk, Indians, .352. Runs--Gehrhtfcer, Hgerji, 88. Runs Jtattcd In--Grecnbcrs, Tigers, 124. Hits--GrcenbcrK, Tigers, 143. Doubles--Greenbcrff, Timers, 35. Triples--Vosmlk, Indians. 14. Homeruns--Orce/iber/r, TJjters, ,10. Stolen Bases--Werber, Red Sox, *2, PitchinE--Allen, Yankees, 10-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE BaltlnR--Vnuclian, Pirates, .401. RuriR--Medwlck, Cardinals, 90. Runs lintted In--Mrdwlch. Cardinals, 86. Hit»~-Med\vlck, Cardinals,- 154. PoublM--Herman, Cubs, 3fi. Triples--Goodman, Rods, 13. HoroeriiiiB--Ott, Giants. 24. .stolen Pasrs--Martin. Cardinals, 15. 1'itchfng--Castleman, Giants, 10-2. !N THE RSNG Bi THE ASSOCIATED TRESS CHICAGO--Joe LoulK. 198%. Detroit, topped Ulnc I-cvJnsk.v. J37«'j p Chicago, (1). Rod Ofirar Rankin, 160, Ix»s Angles, out- pointed Vouns ,Toc GaiiH. JflG, Detroit, (6). ilorffc Brescha, 210, Buenos Aires, knocked out Johnny Emery, 187, Allentown, Pa,, (1). Max Marek, J83, Chlenso. outpnlntcd Russ Fcboitr, 180, Minneapolis, 4 ) . Mickey 1'at- lick. IfiS, Chlcaco. knocked out Kid Miller, 3T4, Des Moines, Iowa, (3). Tony Cnnrela, l^S, Tampa. l-"ln., knocked out Corn Grlt- Hn, 186, -{·olitmbus, Ga., ( 1 ) . National League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES riTTSllUBGIl--0 AH H ro A .lenaen u o a l u J', \V'er it 3 1 V'cllan JIB 4 Hatty cf 1 1 4 Ut'K'lo 21) 6 3 2 4 Th'now 3b 4 0 1 3 Snhr Jb « 1 11 0 I'addcn e 4 2 5 1 Blnnton p 4 1 0 1 Totals 38 U 27 11 CHICAGO-- 0 Alt II FO A Galan I t , 4 1 1 H'mnn 2b o 4 Klein rl 4 2 1 O'Dea c 4 0 7 Uemnree rf 3 0 1 C'v'r'to Ib 4 3 9 Hack 3 D 4 2 2 juries ss 4 0 2 French p 1 1 Kowalfk p 1 1 o xLlndstronl 1 0 0 0 Shoun p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 9 S7 12 xBatteil for Kownlllc hi seventh. Score by Innlncs-- Pittsburgh 200 022 000--0 rhlcnc" 000 000 000--0 CINCINNATI--2 AB II PO A BTd c f 4 0 2 0 G'dmnn rl 4 3 (1 0 Cnyler It 5 4 1 0 BotTy ID 3 ItlCtl 3b 4 Erlckson c 4 Myers AS 4 K'p'rls S b 3 1 1 .Slnde 2 b 0 0 0 Schott n 1 0 0 Brc'nan it 2 0 0 til.'ntbitrdl 1 0 0 Herman ss 1 0 0 bStilllvnn 1 0 0 t 1. B 1 t 4 ST. LOUIS--t An H FO A Onattl cf 4 3 nothr'k rl 4 1 Krlsch !b 2 Mednl'k H 4 Davln Ib 4 Drlan'y f. S 0 Oelbeit 3b 3 0 Duro'rr M 3 0 Hnll'ban t 1 0 Hriinfler n 1 0 cO'Fnrr'II 0 0 0 3 2 4 T. 12 ; o Totals 37 1124 11 Totals 28 8 37 14 nltattcd for Knmpourls In eighth. bllatted for Brennan In ninth. cBatted for Hallnhnn In sixth. Score by innlnss: Cincinnati 010 100 000--: St. Louis 130 000 OOx--4 American League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES (First IHICAGO--2 AB H FO A Radcl'f It 4 1 0 0 ·let 3 b 4 1 3 1 i'mons cf 4 2 0 0 Bonara Ib 3 0 9 0 V'shton rf 4 1 1 0 4pplln? ns 4 1 1 3 Dykes 3b 4. 1 2 J Sewell ! 1 3 0 hen c 2 1 1 0 iscner p u u II o « p 3 0 It .1 Conlan 1 0 0 0 Totals 35 9 24 8 Game) I CLEVELAND--5 1 2 0 2 Kn'ker Averill cf Vosrnlk If 4 3 3 0 Trosky Ib 4 2 14 0 Hale 3 b 4 2 0 4 Wright rf 4 3 1 0 Berter 2b 3 1 3 4 Phillips c 3 0 2 0 Hudlln p 4 0 0 2 Totals .34 11 27 13 Score by Innings-- 'hlesgo 002 000 000--2 jleveland" 400 ° 01 00][ ~ 5 0 3 2 3 1 0 Bonnra Ib 4 1 13 1 Wash'n rt 4 1 1 I Vppllnsr «s 1 1 1 1 .vhes 3b 4 1 0 2 «hea c 4 3 7 2 Fbelps I ) 3 0 1 4 Vyntt p 1 0 0 0 Tolals 36 8 3 0 1 2 Game.) CLEVELAND-- 1 AB H FO A GaJ'ier rf 4 3 0 1 Averlll cf Vosmlk If 4 0 1 1 2 0 5 1 2 0 Ib 4 015 0 Hale 3 b 4 1 1 ' Hnlck'r ss 3 : 2 Renter 2b Brenzel c aWnes'er 0 Phillip o 3 n 3 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1« P . 4 1 0 Stewart p 0 0 0 Totals 35 830'l7 aBatted for Brenucl *n ninth. Score by tanlnss: ^ ^ °°° »«« ««« i- 1 (First ·EW 1*OKK-- 5 AB H PO A Ull If 5 1 6 0 none ss ^ 2 u 1 .h'miin rf 4 1 3 0 .Chris Ib 4 2 8 2 jerl Jb 5 1 3 3 elklrlt « 4 1 1 0 orgeus c * 3 z 5 'r 3b 4 1 Btoaca p 4 1 Totals 38 12v26 0 Game) BOSTON--$ AB H FO A Cooke el 6 2 1 0 Almada rt 6 3 1 0 Johnson If 5 2 0 0 Cronln 85 5 1 4 6 R. F'rell c 3 1 8 1 W'Uams Zb 3 0 1 3 Werber 3b 2 0 1 1 Dahlp'n Ib 2 0 10 1 zalilier Jl u u 0 Bishop Ib 0 0 Grove p 2 0 0 2 zzW. F'rell 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 0 27 13 xTwo out u-hen ivlnnlnff run scored. zBatted for Dtlilgren In eighth. zzBatted lor Grove In nlntb. Score by innings New Vork 002 000 201--5 Boston 002 001 003--6 (Second NEW XORK--6 AB H PO A Hill I f 4 1 1 0 Bolfe si 4 1 S 4 Ch'nuui d i l l Genrlg Ib Dickey c 4 0 9 0 Selkirk rt 4 3 0 0 zerl 2b 3 0 2 - Saltzc'r 3b 4 2 tomez p Malone n 0 O i l 1 0 1 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 Total! 3110 27 10 Game) BOSTON--I AB H PO A Cooke c f 5 1 4 0 Almada rf 4 0 0 0 Johnson I! 4 2 3 Cronln ss 5 1 1 E. F'rell c 4 1 5 W'llams 2b 4 S 3 Werber 3b 4 2 3 0 Dahlg'n Ib 2 0 7 0 zzMHIer 1 0 0 0 Bishop Ib 0 0 1 0 W. F'rell p 2 0 0 4 Walberp p 0 0 0 0 zReynolds 1 0 0 0 Wilson p 0 0 0 0 ziz.Mellllo 0 0 fl 0 zzzzRhodea 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 9 3 1 1 0 IOWA MAY BE ON TOP OF-ELEVENS (Continui-il From Sports Pnsc) ball coach swell with pride. From Capt. Dick Crayne of Fairfield, regular fullback for the past two years, Solem was assured the big, 190- pounder will be on deck in prime condition when practice begins Sept. 15. May Be Surprise. As for Oze Simmons, the prancer from Texas, and 17 other veteran lettermen, Solem is certain that he will have a creditable eleven on the field for Iowa this fall--one that may prove to be the surprise Big Ten team of 1935. Solem, like any other coach, is not wont to make midsummer p dictions on a team that will perform in October and November. On the other hand, the Iowa mentor is sure of a few things about his coming squad. Heaviest of Hawkeyes. It will be the heaviest in recent Hawkeye history. Studying it from an August viewpoint, needs chiefly a line that has a powerful offense. Only two returning linemen will weigh less than 200 pounds. Material for the ends is plentiful, indicating Iowa may literally and fig- urately play about its head this season. And a crop of sophomores that would warm the heart of a Gloomy Gil Dobie. Seven of the 19 returning lettermen were regulars in the last four games of the 1934 campaign. Crayne and Simmons appear to have cinched their positions at full and halfback. Dancing Dark}-. Coupled with the bull-like plunging of Crayne, Simmons will be depended upon to supply the dance steps that will whirl around opposing blockers. Success of the offense will center around the line. The leading candidates for the forward wall at present are Jim Kelly, Sioux City; Rudy Leytze, Independence; Lloyd Hoffman, Sibley; Floyd McDowell, Jefferson; John Gallagher, Chicago; Bill Seel; Cedar Rapids; Don Nelson, Rockford, III.; Ted Osmaloski, Toledo, Ohio; and a promising sophomore, Floyd Deheer of Oskaloosa. Vets Hold Wings. For the ends Solem will have 5"rank Jakoubek, Cedar Rapids, and Gordon Matson, Alta, as likely starters, with ready replacements in John England, Montgomery; Don Simmons, Fort Worth, Tex.; Homer Harris, Seattle, Wash.; Bob Lannon, Winner, S. Dak.; Corney Walker, Denver, a starting end last year, probably will be shifted to tackle. From the freshman squad of 1934 will come a crop of fine backs. Dick Bowlin, Chicago, and Step Farroh, Michigan City, Ind., may lead the pack. In the line competition will be such newcomers as Frank Gallaher, Des Moines; Nate Estrin, Wa- :erloo; Charles Tollefson, Elk Point, S. Dak.; Lorence Fuhrmetster, North liberty; Jake Strong, Waterloo; Fred Lindenmeyer, West Chester, and Dick Anderson, YanXtown, S. Dak. THE SCHEDULE Sept. 2S--Bradley Tech, here. Oct. 5--South Dakota XI, here. Oct. 12--Colgate, here. Oct. 26--Illinois at Urbana. £tov. 2--Indiana, here. Nov. 9--Minnesota, here, Nov. 16--Purdue at Lafayette. Nov. 23--Northwestern at Evanston. 7 Refused Licenses as Drivers in New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 8.--Nearly 20 per cent of the persons who made application for drivers' license to state motor vehicle inspectors, J. J. Burnett, Mason City and. J. F. Staebell, Waterloo, here Wednesday, were rejected. Another examination will be held here Aug. 22. Visitors From Carpenter. STACYVILLE -- Burton Elmer Stehn and Alfred Stehn of Carpenter spent the week-end with Mrs. Henry Dobson and family at Marshalltown and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stehn and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wilkes. zBatted for Walberg in seventh. zzBatted for Dshlp-en in elghtb. zzzBatted for Wilson In ninth. zzzzRart for MeUHo in ninth. Score by Innings-New York 200 021 100--6 ioston 000 100 030--* HUNCH NO GOOD, JOE'S MA HOME (Continued From Sports Page) mighty proud of him. He sure did the job in just a few licks." The neighborhood of Joe's home was, if possible, more ot a bedlam vhen the news of his one round vic- .ory over "that Kingfish, Levinsky," came in than when the Bomber won over Primo Camera. On Hastings street, the announcement of the- technical knockout caught the crowds slightly unpre- are3. Joe bad told his friends it would be the second round, and it ivas the second round they waited or. In a moment, however, tne dm was jn, with pistol shots, automobile backfire, tin horns and shouts con- ributing to the celebration. Some- even got so excited he raked Tloyd Johnson with the business nd of a razor, but Floyd hurried to a hospital, got his wound dressed ind rushed back to the celebration. The Constitution: A rope that .ethers a giant who would enslave ua if he got loose,--Fountain Inn Tribune. Americanism: Laws forbidding the sale of contraceptives; ads in the best magazines offering them for sale.--Kewanee Star-Courier. England Unbeatable With Perry, Austin in Tussle for Cup, Say Americans NEW YORK, Aug. 8. W)--Apparently convinced that future Davis Cup campaigns will be just as futile as this year's so long as Fred Perry and Bunny Austin play for England, America's International Tennis team returned today on the liner Manhattan. They offered no alibis for their 5-0 shellacking. The players who arrived were Wilmer Allison of Austin, Texas, Johnny Van Ryn of Philadelphia. Donald Budge of Oakland, Cal., and Gene Mako of Los Angeles, besides non-playing Captain Joseph Wear and Harry Hillman, Dartmouth athletic trainer. "Nobody is going to beat England as long as Fred Perry and Bunny Austin represent her in the Davis Cup competition," Allison said. His teammates echoed the sentiment. Virginia Van Wie Turns to 'Fun' of Golf, Says National Crown Is Open LIGONIER, Pa., Aug. 8. UP)--This country's No, 1 woman golfer turned to the lighter side of the game today and prepared to play only for "fun" henceforth. Virginia Van Wie, three times national champion, announced she is tossing th e title on the open market this year and added: "I'm just tired of playing tournament golf and intend to play only for fun in the future." Her valedictory marked the close of a sensational clinih to the heights of golfing fame in 1932. That year, Miss Van Wie won her first national title By defeating Glenna Collett Vare. Then she beat Helen Hicks in 1933 and Dorothy Traung last year. BIDING THE BANGE IN A WAR TO THE DEATH TIM McCOY "RIDING WILD" ADDED LAST CHAPTER "THE LOST CITY" COMEDY -- NEWS FRIDAY, SATURDAY ^M ALWAYS COOL. ffrffek · LAST TIME THURSDAY "THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN 'DROOD" --and-"I've Been Around" CEDAR FALLS TO TRY FOR HONORS Protest Goes Ungranted When Council Bluffs Wins in Tight Contest. THE STANDINGS \V. J.. Pet.| Vi', I.. Pet, C. Blnlli 2 1 .«67| Clinton I : .333 fed. Falls 2 1 .OOTjRock. City 1 2 .333 Tlmrsila.v'.i Game (Champlonhslp) Council muff* v«. Cedar falls. ROCKWELL CITY, Aug. 8. W-Council Bluffs and Cedar Falls met today in a playoff for the state American Legion Junior baseball championship. The teams finished in a tie for the title yesterday when Council Bluffs defeated the Black Hawk county team 6 to 5 in one of the most keenly fought games of the round-robin tournament. Tournament officials ordered a playoff for the championship after disallowing a Cedar Falls protest when the umpire called out W. Bolt, Cedar Falls batter, for hindering the Council Bluffs' catcher's throw in an attempt to catch a base runner. Council Bluffs' victory gave the Missouri river team two triumphs in three games for a tie with Cedar Falls. Clinton defeated Rockwell City 7 to 2 in the second game yesterday, earnnig its first victory of the meet and going into a tie with Rockwell City for the last position. Milo Kcno to Speak. DBCORAH, Aug. 8.--Milo Reno of Des Moines will speak Sunday a t the annual picnic of the Union to be held at the City park. A F r a m i n g Page From L i f e ! The Whole World Whispers About It But Hever Confesses Its Truth! HIGH SCHOOI No Children Under 16 Admitted Starts SUNDAY S THE « U R F CLEAR Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sun. 35c 40c. SAT. T On Dance B A Floor and O B Roof O L Garden T E at no extra H S Charge S Dance Every Night OLD TIME DANCE, FRI., Aug. 9 EABL HUNT His OLD TIME ORCHESTRA SLATZ RANDALL AND HIS ORCHESTRA n C Per THURS. SUN. Person CAEKOLI ' DICKERSON 14 PC. OHCH. (Colored) , Direct from Grand Terrace Cafe, Chicago . . Regular Price S5c and 40c At Mason City THEATERS Bj R. I. P. POLITICS, LOVE AND MYSTERY IN "GLASS KEY" George Raft is the star of Dashiell Hammett's "The Glass Key," which plays Friday only at the Cecil. This murder mystery by the author of "The Thin Man" presents the popular star as a hard-fisted battler who defies the lordlings of the underworld to aid his friends. It is the first time Raft has played a role of this type since his triumph in "Scarface." In the well-rounded supporting cast are Edward Arnold, Claire Dodd, Rosalind Keith, Ray Milland and Guinn Williams. The story revolves about Edward Arnold, the shrewd but honest political boss of a big city. When the son of the man whom he supports for senate is murdered. Arnold's underworld enemies attempt to pin the crime on him. * * * Two of the more romantic sections of our country are featured as locales for the two films billed Friday and Saturday at the State theater as "The Dawn Rider," starring John Wayne in one of his cowboy roles, shares the spotlight with "Captain Hurricane," a story of the fishing folk of Cape Cod. * * * POWELL STUDIES OPERA FOR "BROADWAY GONDOLIER" In learning several grand opera selections, which he sings in addition to popular songs in his latest screen role, Dick Powell was tutored by one 'of the best known figures in the American music world, Alberto Conti. Powell's role in "Broadway Gondolier," starting Friday at the Palace, requires that he appear as a student of grand opera and Conti was engaged by the studio as his operatic coach. The screen star's teacher is well known by music lovers in Southern California. In 1934 he conducted "Pagliacci" at the Hollywood Bowl with Richard Bonelli and previous to that had gained renown as conductor with the Columbia Grand Opera company, season of 1929. Woman Injured When Car Turns Over Three Times at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Aug. 8.--Miss Evelyn Phillips, 26,'Detroit, Mich., suffered hip injuries Wednesday night when the automobile operator by her brother-in-law, 0. Larson j 35, Detroit, Mich., upset and turn f ed over three times four miles eastll of New Hampton on highway 'J-t. Larson with his wife and her two sisters, the Misses Evelyn and Shirley Phillips were returning to Lavv- ler to the home of the girls' grandmother, Mrs. Bess Califf, after vis- Ing their aunt, Mrs. F. E. Sherwood here. Kari Quenrud Burled. DECOKAH, Aug. 8.--Funeral services were held yesterday for J Miss Kari Quenrud, 71. who died ir. an Iowa City hospital. Rites were ir: charge of the Rev. Carl Losen .it the Big Canoe church. TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1st Time In City! The action ace in a tornado of thrills and drama.' Strong m«rt fe«red hit roaring wrath...buf * wltp of m woman tamed Mm I James Barton Helen Wcstlcy Helen Mack HURRY! HURRY! HMlMMBMHHHHkHlHHHHMHHl LADS I Y SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "Curty Top' 7 STARTS FRIDAY: ANOTHER CAREFULLY SELECTED PALACE PROGRAM! Also: SCREEN VAUDEVILLE LATEST NEWS Mot. 26c; Eve. 36c Including S. S. Tox The Season's Finest Pictures Are Coming to the PALACE! Watch for Dates: CLARK GABLE KAY FRANCIS GRACE MOORE "CALL OF THE WILD" "STRANDED" "LOVE ME FOREVER" FRI. ONLY! He Can Take It! And Dish It Out, Too! He's hard-boiled-when he socked a dame, she liked it! THE KID-GLOVE KID WITH IRO1N FIST! PLUS BETTY BOOP CARTOON Last Times Thurs. "PUBLIC HERO NO. 1" with Big Star Cast Look! The Cecil, too, has a great line-up of pictures coming 1 soon-WILLIAM POWELL-VIRGINIA BRUCE in "ESCAPADE" JANE WITHERS (The Meanle In "Bright Eyes") in "GINGER" LEW AYRES in "SILK HAT KID" NANCY CARROLL in "AFTER THE DANCE" The Biggest Rood Show to Appear at the Cecil Since "Geo. White's Scandals" A Real De Luxe Road Show! ABSOLUTELY NO ADVANCE IN PRICES! Big Augmented Orchestra "A TRIP AROUND THE WORLD" SNAPPY DANCES! PRETTY GIRLS! GORGEOUS COSTUMES! ON THE KISS HIM--AND DIE! MONSTER OF A ROOM OF DOOM! m ( F R A N K E N S T E I N ) With MARIAN MARSH-- ROBT. ALLEN. Screen Shows at 1:00, 3:57, 6:39, 9:21 | Stage Shows at 2:57, 5:39, 8:20, 11:00 | Midnite Show Sat. 11 P. M.

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