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X. TWO- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBKUAKX 4 the eviction writ had been prepared, but "I believe the union will ask its men to leave the plants here peaceably" and announced that he would deter filing the petition. Another iaclor reducing the uneasiness in- the troop patrolled strike zone was a "truce" signed by the United Automobile Workers-of America and Flint "civil authorities. City officials agreed to abandon plans for mobilizing 500 civilian "police reserves" upon the union's pledge to refrain from congregating such numbers as to hinder traffic, to carry no clubs, and to notify public officials of plans for parades or rallies. Settlement Announced. Settlement of a U. A. W. A. strike in the plant of the Hercules Motors corporation at Canton, Ohio, was announced Wednesday ·night. The strike, which began "Dec. 10 and was described as the longest "sit-down" known, had no connection with the union's strikes in General Motors plants. The " controversy affected 1,700 workers in the Hercules plant at Canton and 100 in its branch at Muskegon, Mich. The agreement was announced as providing for recognition of the union as the bargaining agency for its members, seniority rights, consideration of wage increases three months hence business conditions warrant, and possible adjustment of piece rates Approximately 3,700 employes of other companies dependen upon Hercules for motors were made idle by (lie strike.. SHOWS NO SIGN Suitor Continues Sit Down Strike in Sweetheart's Apartment House. EXCELSLOR SPRINGS, Mo., (/P Harold Hulen, who began a si down strike Wednesday in th lobby of his sweetheart's apart merit house because "she couldn' make up her mind," showed m sign of weakening Thursday. - "I'm a desperate man," he ex plained candidly. "I'm here ti stay until she makes up her mind.' Hulen, 30 year old former actor moved into the lobby of Miss Florence Hurlbut's apartment house attached himself to a radiator will a dog chain and padlock and gave the. key to the apartment hous manager. 1 "I asked Florence to marry me," he explained. "She said she couldn't make up her mind. She [ has repeated that same thing twice I every week for the last year. i "Now I'm here and I'm not | leaving until I get an answer.'-' , --Hun -teftised to .regard · his ; tactics as comedy despite the jibes of other tenants. His meals were ' brought -to him on a tray. For diversion he read a magazine and played solitaire. PEACO 3 VOTES AHEAD OF JUDD democrat Apparent Winner of House Contest m Clinton County. DES MO1NES, (/P)--The Iowa louse contest committee Thursday ccelved the Clinton county contest report giving Milton Peaco, democrat, the election as state representative over Willaim \7udd, republican. Peaco held a three vote mar_Jn in the official recount . announced Wednesday night by Representative Thomas. Stimson, Monticello. Confirmation of the contest committee report would give the democrats a 55 to 53 advantage in the house, and with the aid of Republican Albert Bellman of Sioux county, the democrats would hold a"5G to 52 majority. Bellman, who voted for La Mar Foster to break 54-54 deadlock at the opening of the session, has voted with the democrats. Judd, who received 39 votes more than Peaco in the official count, was seated at the start of the session. Judd's attorneys said they woulc present "evidence of impropei sealing of ballot bags and othei evidence of improper voting" to the house committee. The Harrison county contest in which R. G. Moore, democrat, was issued an election certificate, on a two vole margin in the official count is the only one of nine contests unreporied. Chairman W. J. Johannes, Osceola, said his committee would report this week, in the Harrison county contest. RADIO R A M B L E R Scarlet Fever Breaks Out in Fr at at S.U.I IOWA CITY," (/P)--Forty persons, including 37 members of the Phi Delta Theta social fraternity here, the maid, Mrs. Rose Kahler, Housemother Mrs. Mary Reed, ana the'cook, Mrs. Margaret McGirinis, were under temporary isolation Thursday as the result of two cases, of scarlet fever breaking out in the house. Edward Freutel of Los Angeles, Cat., and Wilfiam Lang of Washington, Pa., both members of the fraternity, were taken to Univer- ity hospital Wednesday suffering t'M\ scarlet fever. No other cases ave been reported in 'the house. Dr. C. I. Miller, director and ssistant professor of student ic'alth, said that the house,probably would, riot be quarantined lor He fu'lU-Si'days but' that if any riew cases broke out the patients vould be removed to the hospital. DICK POWELL, TIETURNS TO HIS "HOLLYWOOD HOTEL" Dick Powell, former master-of- ceremonies of the "Hollywood Hotel" program, will return as juest star of that same feature Friday night from 8 to 9 o'clock over WCCO. Madeleine Carroll of the screen will perform as his leading lady in a preview of the forthcoming movie musical, "On the · Avenue." Still another famous guest of the same program will be Irving Berlin, who wrote the music and lyrics for Hie new Powell picture. This year is Berlin's thirteenth as a composer of popular melodies. In tribute, Raymond Paige's orchestra, Fred INIacJIur- ray, Frances Lanerford, Anne Jamison and Igor Gorin will salute Berlin by presenting n . cavalcade of his outstanding hits. "On the Avenue" tells the story of a girl from Park avenue who becomes inVolved with a musical comedy star, graduate of a lower social strata. His act ridicujes the social set. The antagonism that first develops between the boy and the girl causes her to buy the whole show and endeavor to make her deridcr the laughing stock of Broadway, but coming events do not cast their shadows as she had planned. Fibber McGce and Molly (Jim and Marian Jordan off the air) were 17 and 16 respectively when they met at choir practice Pcoria, III., and promptly Fell in love. . . . At the same time the United States entered the World war . . . When the armistice came Jim lost no lime in leading Molly (o the altar . . . They have (wo children . . . Ben Bernic, whom W. \Vinchcll. terms the old mousetrap, lonthcs high hals . . . Never speaks unkindly of anyone, even though he does his best publicly to be uncomplimentary' lo that same W. \V. . . . Won't bet on a horse born in August . . . Is an invet- cralc ciffar smoker and once lost a sizable bet to Maurice Chevalier when he failed lo gro 48 hours without smokinff. Globe-Gazette Radio News and Time-Table Ed Wynn lias been renewed Cor another 13 week cycle by his Saturday night sponsors. McNamee KGLO Mason Cily Globe-Gazette Mason CUy, luwa (1210 Kilocycles) Lindbergh Has 35th Birthday; Calls on General Italo Balbo ROME, /P)--Chai-lcs A. Lindbergh and Gen. Italo Balbo swapped. tales o£ transAtlantic flying Thursday--"landy's" thirty- fifth birthday. . The Rome-to-Chicago airman who expects the Lindberghs to visit him in Tripoli soon, flew from North Africa to attend wedding. Shortly after his arriva he sent ah officer to ask Lindbergh to visit him at his Hotel. A half hour cordial conversa tion followed. When they finished their meeting, Balbo smilingly insisted tha they both be photographed. The bearded Balbo' probabl will return Friday to his post a governor of the Italian colony o Libya to make ready Tm- his distinguished guests. HAROLD MARSH KILLED IN AUTO Former Mason Cityan Was Employed on Railroad at Los Angeles. Harold Marsh, former, residen of Mason City, was accidentally killed in an automobile acciden at Los Angeles Tuesday night, ac cording to a telegram received by Mrs. Ira Lcaman, 1004 Monro avenue northwest. Marsh, who was the son o£ Frei Marsh, former sheriff of Cerr Gordo county, now dead, ha been a resident of Los Angcle five months and was employe on a railroad. He is survived by his wife an six children. Arrangements ai being made to bring the body t Mason City for burial. Passenger Train Is Delayed 6 Hours by Broken Truck on Car CENTERVILLE, (IP)--The Golden state limited, easlbound Rock Island passenger, was delayed six hours here Thursday by a broken truck on a dining car. Trainmen discovered the defect as the train was pulling into Centerville at 3 a. m,, two hours behind time, and the limited was stopped a mile west before, any wheels left the rails, averting a possible serious accident; Two passenger trains and a freight, including the westbound Golden Stale, were hold up at Unionville and Udell, east of Centerville. Pope Pius, Virtually Free of Pain, Works on Talk for Sunday VATICAN CITY, (/P)--Pope Pius XI, virtually free o£ pain afler two months o£ serious illness, worked Thursday on a short address he expects to deliver by radio Sunday with his blessing ot the thirty-third international eucharistic congress at Manila. The address is expected to center on a hope the pontiff expressed to D e n n i s Cardinal Dougherly, papal legate, that the convocation might help bring about unity of all Christian people. The Vatican City radio station completed technical arrangements. A wire will be strung into the pope's private apartment as on the occasion of his Christmas message. IA.TOR BOWES RECEIVES :EEAT VARIETY OF GIFTS . It takes the combined expertness f a chef, animal trainer, zoo di- ector and botanist . to handle roperly the mailing room of Mii- or Bowes' office. (Page George lector, Frank Buck, Dr. Raymond Ditmars and your local green- ouse keeper.) The receiving clersk are a re- ourceful lot because they have to ic to keep up with the equally re- ourceful host of Bowes admirers, t isn't unusual for one day's gifts and tokens to include a box o£ ced fresh rainbow front from the Seattle Trout club; an enormous )ouquet of "INIajnr Bowes Gladiolas," named for the Amateur lour impresario by an Ohio nursery; a container of live baby urtlcs'-from Texas listeners, and i brace of broiled %vild ducks from group of doting Louisiana gourmets. The staff can even call their shots Tlicy knew when the Major commented on the air on his'bad luck in selecting cigars an avalanche of favorite and private brands would arrive, as they did, next day. Bowes' complaint about a cold filled his mail with vials, bottles and jars of remedies and comforters, scarfs and sweaters. Mail carriers were loaded down for two weeks with pumpernickel loaves when the Major let slip a remark that he liked that kind of bread. Here ave some other extraordinary deliveries which put the Bowes mail clerks to tests they met proudly: From Miami bakers --a 100 pound, six foot birthday cake; from Wisconsin lumberjacks--a section of a huge pine tree; from' California farmers-300 crates of prize lettuce; from Minnesota cheese producers--a 200 pound wheel of cheese. And, to boot, this livestock-Clams from Washington; an alligator from Tampa; two game cocks from Havana, a duck named \pncs and a jabbering monkey called Peter Irom Florida; a lizard 'rom Fort Worth, and a giant turkey from Bismarck, N. Dak. They might have met their match once had they not wired the railroad lo halt shipment of a liv- ng 1,500 pound American buffa*5 which several Yellowtsone Park rangers ordered delivered to the "Major with their compliments. Friday, Feb. 5 6:00 Sunup Serenade 7:00 News, Mason City Fur Shoppe 7:05 Musical Clock 7:45 Merkel's Musical Clock 8:00 Lyons Musical Clock 8:15 Musical Clock 8:30 Mier Wolf's Melody Time 3:00 Voice of Damon's.' 9:30 Time an' Tunes, Jack Spratt 9:45 Tyler-Ryan's Musical Clock 10:00 Opening Markets and Late News 10:15 Morning Concert 10:30 Devotional Service. All this week in charge of the Rev. 'C. P. Parker 10:45 Organ Reveries 11:00 North Jowa News, Skelgas 11:10 World Book Woman 11:15 Sons of the Pioneers 11:30 This'and That 12:00 Mid Day Revue 12:15 Mor-G\in Prog. Northwestern Distributing Co. 12:30 Globe-Gazette News a n d Markets ' 12:45 Mid Day Revue, Cont. 12:50 Wolf Bros. Coal Co. i 12:55 Chapman's Musical Miniatures 1:00 Iowa Farm Flashes 1:05 Mid Day Revue, Conl. 1:30 Marianne at the Steinway Vance Music Co. 1:45 Luncheon Dance 2:01) Mailbag 3:00 The Afternoon Show 4:00 Reading the Globe-Gazette 4:15 Tea Time Tunes 4:45 Mason City School Progran 5:01) Globe-Gazette News 5:05 New Records from Vance's 5:15 Home Folks Frolic 5:30 Globe-Gazette Want Ads 5:35 Rosario Bourdon's Orchestra 5:50 The Way You Look Tonight. Fink's Smart Apparel and B. and B: Shoe Store 6:00 News, People's Gas and Electric Co. 6:05 Rudolph Friml, Jr.'s Oi-ch. 6:15 Sports Review, Decker Bros. fi:30 Dinner Hour 7:00 News, Cu'rrie-Van Ness 7:05 Supper Dance Melodies 7:25 Review of the. Markets 7:30 Sons of the Pioneers 7:45 Kay Kyser's Orchestra 8:00 News, Marshall and Swift R:05 Dance and Sing 8:30 Radio Night Club 9:00 News, Highway Oil Co. 9:05 Green Bros. Orchestra 9:30 Evening Dance Parade 10:00 News, First National Bank 10:05 Melodecrs Quaiiet 10:15 Slumber Hour 10:30 Swing Time 11:00 News. Abel and Son 11:10 Sign Oft WHO NBC Red Network Ues filoints, Iowa Central Standard Tim* (10UO Kilocycles) Frit^y, Feb. 5. __. Morning DcvoHon fi:dl) Sing. Neighbor, Sing fi:15 Musical Clock Farm News !;45 Almanac ot the Air 7:01) Chore; Gang 7:15 News :3I) Musical Fayhiwi Notes :ou Gene and Glenn N:15 Musical Clock ·f:t!0 Morning Melodies 9:13 Betty Crocker 9:30 Belly and I5ol 0:45 Today's Children. NBC l);UO D4V)(J Hnnmv NBC 0:15 Backstage Wife. NBC 0:30 Monticello Parly Line 0:43 The Voice of Experience. Tv'BC l:im Kilty Kecne. Inc. 1:15 The Story at Mary Marlin. NBC .1:30 Nat 1 1. Farm and Home Hour, NBC '2:',IQ Commercial Program ,2:4"i News Broadcast 1:HI) Mother Randall's Open House ll!5 Hits and Encores 1.30 Martlet Report 1:45 Judy and Jrinc 'i:tlll Pepper Young's Family, NBC 2:15 Ma Perkins, NBC 2:30 Vie and Sadc. NBC 2:45 The O'Neills. I^EC :IL(IU Tea Time, NBC 3:30 -Way Down East 3:45 The Guiding L i g h t . NPC -l:4Hi Drake Round Table 4:15 Houseboat Hannah 4:M Irma Glen. Organist. NBC 4:45 The Sweet Shop Rcvuci 4:.1S RullcUns .·*:ini Times S:15 Junio.' Nurse Corps 5:30 .Tack Armstrong 5:45 Sunset Corners Oprie (f:/Ki Amos 'n' Andy. NBC 6:li Uncle Ezra's Radio Station, NBC fil3( News fi:40 Sports News (5:45 Tony Caboocli -;l)« Symphony Contort, NBC K:IH1 Waltz Time, NBC 3:3ff Court of Human Relations, NBC !m«» First Nightcr, NBC 9:3n Jack Randolph and His Music 9:45 Exploring America \VJ1ti Corveth. Wells. 1D:lli) Musical Headlines 10:1T News 10:30 The Mansion of Dreams 10:35 Rainbow Room Orchestra, NBC I t l : « n Rainbow Grill Orchestra, NBC 11:30 Trianon Ballroom Orchestra. NBC WMT NBC Blue Network Cellar liapidj and \ V a l e r l n n , Iowa Central Standard Time inn a Kilocycles) There is a report around that Phil Lord and the guests on his Sunday, "We, The People" shows are soon to be seen in a scries of weekly movie shorts. Friday, Feb. 5. 5:30 Tall Com Time 5:55 Farming in Ihe News Tall Corn Time Family AUar 7:Ull Newslime 1:10 Commercial Program 7:15 Musical CJock X;0) Tim Brady and His H o u n d - U p 8:30 frank-Voelker, Organist 8:45 Interlude R:!iO Women in the News R;5o Police BlnUcr iiLiiti Morning Newscast 9:1S Scatty Views the Neu's 9:110 Marriage Clinic 9:45 Magic Kitchen 111:01) Lou We tab a l - U i c Organ ,0:15 Music Memory Vie and Sacie 1[):45 Edward Maelhieh 11:()! Commercial Program 11:1.1 I-cm \VoUl3 at the O i g a n 11:30 WMT German Bantl Noonday Newscast 11:55 Cedar ValJoy Hillbillies 12:10 Question Man 12:20 Voice o£ Iowa 1J:«0 MarKcts 12:35 Cedar Valley Hillbillies 12:45 Joe Doakcs 12:51) Aunt Fanny 2:53 lou-a Coniiuiskers l i i l l ) Mother's Home L i f e 1:05 Many Happy Heturus l;lfl Iowa Cornhuskers 1:15 Musical Almanac 1:30 Bill Brown "The Movie Alan' 1 1:45 Commercial Program 'liim Izzy on the Air 2:05 Tunes 2:15 The Freshman :i::;0 Dorothy Dic.slin l!:lfi Reporter of Odd facts 3:20 Tunes 3:^0 Sammy Kaye's Orchestra ·1:110 Three Ranchercs 4:15 Singing Lady 4:45 Happy Chappies .";(HI Cozy Corner. 1 ; 5:IS Midge Williams S:^iO Pegpy Fuller and Orchestra Ii:4." Orphan Annie tunil Mile A Minute Revue fi:lfi The Stainless Show 6:110 Frank Voclker, Organist C:4D Final Edition 6:-15 Diamond CUy News 7:1111 Irene Rich 7:15 Singirr Sam 7:30 Death Valley Days 8:0fl Universal R h y t h m 8:30 1931 Edition of Twin Stars !I:ni Witch's Tale 9:30 WMT Bandwagon 9:45 ElM Schallcrt Previews 1[):ol» Dream Songs 10:15 NcMVStime 10:30 Howard Kramer'5 Orchestra 10:43 Freddy Martin's Orchestra 11 ^ i n i t i a l Hallelfs Orchestra 11:30 Leo Reisman's Orchestra 12:00 Sipn Off and the Voorhees retained. trand are also Ed Wynn has signed-Josephine Anloine, pretty Metopera -soprano, as guest-warbler for his Feb. 13 program. The only parts of his "Town Hall Tonight" shows that Fred Allen permits someone else to write are the alliterative and insulting introductions with which Harry Von Zell presents him to the audience every Wednesday. Harry spends a full evening with the dictionary looking up fancy words to hurl at the lanky comic. YOU MAY Are you smart? 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Just your answer to the Movie Scramble above. HURRY! DON'T DELAY! USE THE COUPON. Address: Movie Scrambles 51 Seventh Avenuo j NEW YORK, N. Y. I COUPON ! M B r. MOVIE SCRAMBLES, I 5t Seventh Ave., New York, I My ansxer^ ,, i 1 I City.- -. I Send me lh Free Picture WCCO Columbia Broadcasting System . Central Standard 'L'Lme ( A I D Kilocycles) TABLETS COLDS i 5* and IGNITION SERVICE CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. Flrnl SI, S. W. KGLO TONIGHT fi:00 News, P. G. and E. 6:05 R. Friml Jr.'s Orch. 6:15 Sports Review, Decker Bros. 6:30 Dinner Hour 7:00 News, Currie-Van Ness 7:05 Supper Dance Melodies 7:25 Review of the Markets 7:30 Sons of the Pioneers 7:45 King's Men 8:00 News, Marshall and Swift 8:05 Five Minute Mystery United Home Bank 8:10 Dance and Sing 8:30 Radio Night Club 9:00 News, Highway Oil Co. 9:05 Green Bros. Orch. 9:30 KGLO-State Theater Talent Quest 10:00 News, First National Bank 10:05 Melodecrs 10:15 Slumber Hour 10:30 Swing *Time 11:00 News, Abel and Son 11:15 Goodnight Friday, Kcb. S 6:lfi Time Signals fi:-4fi Time Signals 1:ilil Air Almanac 1:15 Junior Bi'oacK'aslcrs Cluh 7::til Musical Chimes 8:3(1 Allen Pvcscotl 8:45 Gene autl Glenn !»:0( Belly and Boh a;lS Modern Cinderella y;30 Betty Crocker 0:45 Jolm K. Watklns ltl:(M Magazine Dt tlic Air 10:^0 Big Stslcr 10:45 Dr. Dafoe l t : ( H l The Gump;; 11:15 Between the Baokcnds 11:30 Kitty Kecnc 11:45 Mu Perkins l li:i)0 Five Star Be*.-uc 12:15 One Girl in a Million 12:30 Hope Alden's Romance l2:-15.Aunt Jenny 1:00 Kathryn Cravens 1:15 School of the Air 1:45 Myrt and Marge '-1:1111 Markets; Police 2:IS News; Stocks ^:30 Fed. of Wonicns Clubs Z:}5 Art Institute :i,-t») Ladies First Tii.to Musical 3:4i Salvation Artny Baud l:ilil Al Trace's Orchestra 4:13 Children's Corner 4::;n Schedule: Livestock 4:1i Wilderness ttoarl 3;i)i) Junior Nurse Corps 3:15 Front Pnpc P.irade 5:3D Jack 'Armstrong 5:45 Renfrew al the M o u n t e d fi:i)n Herbert Footed Ensemble fi:I5 Pbpeye tiie Sailor B:M Ray Hcathftrton 6:45 Bo.ike Carter 7:(Mi Broadway Varieties 7:30 Hal Kemp and His Orchestra »:ilf Hollywood Hotel !:rn Philadelphia Orchestra 3:30 To Be Announced 10:01) Morlimcri Gooch 10:15 Neu'stime ' 10:30 Rollie Johnson; Reports 10:4'! Cec Hurst's Orchestra 11:00 Leonard Keller's Orchestra 11:30 Benny McroH's Orchestra 11:45 Red Nichols' Orchestra S T A R T S T O M O R R O W M O R N I N G A T \f_For Young of All Ages Iowa State College Station Ames, Iowa «MO Kilocycles) SPECIAL PRESENTATION Man Tailored ng Suits Extraordinary values at this low price Friday, Feb. .1. R:4ii Tun i MB In ~:flO ]\Iallns 7;30 Ncw.s Notes (frequently riuolinp from Globe-Gazelle rrii(s) 7:30 The Music Shop (continued) x.nn News of Uic Hour 8;03 The Music Shop (continued) R;5Q Opening Midwest Market News »:tlQ News of .he Hour , 9:03 "The Runaways"--Hi.th Calvin 3:30 Midwest Market News ](.:0i) News of the Hour 10:03 The Homemakers 10:30 Midwest Market News 11:00 Orcan Recital--Ona Searlcj; I-antz 11:15 Fisher's Concertina Orchestra 11:30 The Book Critic ll:. r 0 State Police Bulletins. VJiiio Poultry Problems 12:15 Midwest Market News 12-.-10 Morning News Summary 12:50 Hints Tor inc. Home Gardner 1:11(1 Mueller's Accordion Band 1:30 Closlnp Midwest Hour 2:03 Memorial Union Pipe Organ 2:M Clob Women's Hour 2:30 "liovv to Pick a Life Work--Agriculture." 3:« J. S. C. Depl. of Music 3:110 i\civs of the Horn' 3:0^ Mnstcrwork Serins 3;Hfl Tlie .March of Strloncr ·film Iowa S(atft Mcriic;il Society 4 : l f Fisher's Concertina Orclirsl I'a ·4:30 I. S. C. P p p a r t m e n t ol E n R l i s h . 4:45 A H c r n o n n New* S u m m a r y A:uo Sign O f t Sign Off · i/r NEWS BROADCASTS News broadcasts begin over KGLO at 7 o'clock each morning. At 10 o'clock week days the opening markets and the news are heard in a 15 minute broadcast and at 11 o'clock every day except Sunday are brought to you the North Iowa news flashes. A 15 minute broadcast at 12:30 daily except Sunday brings you the markets and news and at 4 o'clock you may hear the feature "Reading the Globe-Gazette." A 5 minute news period comes at 5 o'clock* then again at C. At 6:15 a 15 minute sports review is given each day by Al M i t c h e l l , Globe-Gazette sports editor. Five minute broadcasts of the news at 7, 8, 0, and 10 o'clock nnd a 15 minute broadcast at 11 p. m., which closes KGLO's program £or the day completes the newspaper of the air. The 11 o'clock broadcast is press time for KGLO and the nc.vt day's edition tomes out at 7 n. m. Two-piece single breasted suits, to wear now under your winter coat . - , - ' . later without a coat. Tailored of men's wear fabrics .. made by MEN'S TAILORS who know how to sew a flat scam, how to tailor a collar to Hug the neck, how to put a sleeve in, and how to make the shoulders fit. ' These Co/ors-j Dark Grey Oxford Light Grey Sripes Line Checks Brown Checks Brown Stripes And These Details: Men's Wear Flannel Peaked Lapels Fancy Pin Stripes . Fitted Waistlines Window Pane Checks Action Backs Fiae Wool Plannel DiagODal Weaves" Herringbones Pleated Pockets M/'sses' Sizes Yoke Backs . 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