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16 THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1939 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTB GAZETTE S ALL-STATERS IN GAGE TEST Two-Day Party Will Fete Stars Chosen on Iowa Press Teams IOWA CITY, (IDPA)--An all- star basketball game on the big University of Iowa fieldhouse floor and a banquet will climax a two- day program honoring the Iowa Daily Press association's three all- state high school basketball teams at Iowa City Friday and Saturday. AH-slaters and their cuaches from distant points Kill arrive in Iowa City Friday to be joined Saturday by those living in nearby communities for tlie festivities. The players and their coaches will be guests of the Iowa Daily Press association of which the Mason City Globe-Gazette and 26 other leading afternoon Iowa daily newspapers are members. Boys Get Certificates Karl Melcher, business manager o£ the Marshal-Mown Times-Republican and president of the Iowa Daily Pi-ess association, will be toastmaster at the Saturday noon banquet, during which the boys will be presented with certificates attesting to their all-state ability and pictures of the all- state · team on which they were selected. Others ivho will appear briefly on the program include Iowa Coaches Kollie Williams. Dr. Eddie Anderson and the new football staff, coaches from other Iowa colleges and universities. Director of Athletics E. G. Schrceder of Iowa, and representatives of Iowa City civic organizations. Certificates and pictures will be presented to the players by Don K. Hoopes, managing editor of the Marshalltown Times-Be- publican and co-chairman of the I. D. P. A. news promotion committee. Free Throws, Swims , A free throw contest and other individual competition will precede the basketball game Saturday morning with a swim in the Iowa pool following. Coaches Williams p£ Iowa and Louis E. Menze of Iowa State will be in charge of the teams-competing in the all- star game. Four first learn all-staters, four second teamers and four third team all-staters will make up each of the two 12-man teams. On one team xvill be Ben Trlcfcey. Mar- shalltau-n: Max Ives, Diagonal; llclvin Wagner, Fort Madison; Bob Lauterbach, Sac City, and Harle Damon, Thomas Jefferson, Council Bluffs, forwards; Richard Van Cillers, SJbley: Joe Healej-, Creston, and Robert O'Brien, McGregor, centers, ana.John Hutchison, Keokuk; John Morris, Rathbun; Dave Spencer. Davenport, and Hichard Kidd. Muscatine. Euards. On tile other -will be Russell Hirt. Iowa City; Myron Thomas, Geneseo; Leo corn- well, Holfe, and Dick Jensen. Davenport. forwards; Jim Thynne. City; Ira Lund. Clinton, and Rodney Vandeii Berg, Newkirk. center*, and Maurice Cooper. Mason City; Bill Stauas, Creston: Eugene Zisko, Cedar Raptds Roosevelt: Jim Dickens, Diagonal, and Dean DcWitt, Marshall- tmvn, guards. The players will be outfitted in University of Iowa uniform;;.! Wyoming Goes Into Southwest for Two LARAMIE, Wyo., (U.PJ _ The University o£ Wyoming reached into the southwest Thursday for two new coaches to guide its football and basketball teams season. next Joel Hunt, one time football great at Texas A and M college, and later a coach at the University of Georgia, Louisiana State and at his own Texas school, will be in charge of gridiron duties. Everett Shelton, former athletic director at Phillips university, Enid, Okla., and a coach of several outstanding Missouri Valley A. A. U. teams, was named basketball mentor. Small Bore Experts at Chicago Contest ; CHICAGO, W)--More than 500 small bore rifle experts will fire ay/ay in the University o£ Chicago's fourth annual midwest rifle championships at the Maroon field house Friday. · The meet, which runs through Sunday, also will determine the united - States six-man team to participate in a trans At! antic radio match with the British champion- on Monday, A field of about ICO. represeut- · m g the Big Ten conference and .other universities, will compete in the intercollegiate division. Gus Sonnenberg Is Hurt in Mat Tussle BOSTON, (iPi--Gus Soniicii- berg, -veteran Boston wrestler. who was removed unconscious to Bitsy Grant Choice in Veteran Tourney HOUSTON, Tex., (U.Pj--An all- veteran finish was a certainty in the annual River Oaks tennis tourament, when the old timers eliminated the last youngster and had the quarterfinals to themselves. Bryan {Bitsy) Grant, Atlanta, Ga., the favorite to win the meet for the fourth time, faced his severest test thus far in the hard driving Hal Surface, Kansas City, who has not been extended against early round opponents. STARSBOWtIN CONGRESS TILT Pairof700'sPop Up in Kegling at National Contest CLEVELAND, (U.PJ--Andy Varipapa, pride of Brooklyn, N. Y., and famous for his unerring accuracy with a bowling ball, joined with Ora Mayer, San Francisco expert, Thursday in the feature event of the American Bowling Congress program. Varipapa carried a 10-year ABC average of 200.60 in his games today. Mayer hit 2,022 and won the all- events at Syracuse, N. Y., four years ago and has been one of the west coast's greatest stars for the past tew years. The third and fourth individual 7011-pin series of the current classic resulted when \Villiara Befsner, Jr., of Watertown, V/is,, cracked 709 for second place anfl James Drescher, Jamestown, N. Y., hit 703 for fliird. Beisner snatched the all-events lead with a 1971 total, replacing Cone Hermann, St. Louis, who led the way lor 10 days with 1914. Joe Kaninski, Youngstown, Ohio, totaled 1397 to go into a tie for fifth. The new all-events leader gathered 709, in his singles, 656 in the doubles and 606 in the five man. His 709-set included games o£ 254, 207 and 248. He closed his opened with nine straight strikes. The north end recreation, Detroit, went into third place with a 2969 total ' Opening with in the five man. ., s «n..i 98!?, they followed with 1003 and 980. Costly errors in the final frames prevented a higher score. Whittemore Sports Club Plans Party for Thursday Night WHITTEMORE --The more chapter of the i tte- Kossuth county Conservation league will hold a party Thursday evening. The party is open to the public with a free lunch and entertainment provided by the local .unit of the league. Motion pictures of the conservation work carried on in Kossuth county will be shown by W. C. Dau of Algona. At the annual meeting held Tuesday evening all officers were re-elected by the local unit. F. O. Hahn is president, Erwin Siems, secretary and treasurer, O. A. Porrot, director of the county league, and Otto Hahn, member of the activity committee of the county league. Pirates Win Clean Victory Over Seals SAN FRANCISCO, (U.PJ -- The Pittsburgh Pirates met the San Francisco Seals for their final game in California after defeating the Pacific Coast club 5 to 0, with Kenny Heintzelman and Rip Sewell producing good hurling, backed by four double plays in the first four innings. It was the Pirates' third consecutive win over the Seals, and theh- fifth in 12 starts in their exhibition series. Yankees Move Out on Spring Jaunts ST. PETERSBURG. FJa., (U.R)-- The New York Yankees, having completed their loth successive season of spring training at this resort, said goodbye Thursday when they left for Tallahassee for the fivst game of their barnstorming tour. The Yanks won II of the 17 training camp starts, but four were against their Kansas City and Newark farm clubs. CHICAGO DROPS JIMMY THE RIP Collins Sold Into Minors in Surprise Move by Cub Bosses LOS ANGELES, ()--Life began anew Thursday on the 34th birthday of James Anthony (Ripper) Collins. Collins, one-time member of the rip-roaring gas house gang of the St. Louis Cardinals, was abruptly sold down the river to the Los Angeles club of the Pacific Coast league by the Chicago Cubs. He was to talk salary with President David P. Fleming of the Anjfels, and it was a'differ- cnt, disheartened Ripper that awaited the conference. The deal, announced Wednesday night, was as much a shock to Collins as it was a delight and a surprise to Los Angeles, badly in need of a first baseman. "I guess I'm just to numb to understand it," Collins said. The Ripper was never verbally numb like this before. "Of course," he went on, "I'm going to play baseball somewhere. I like it too much. "It's a funny business, though, isn't it?" he asked, trying to grin. Prep, Jaysee Aces in DeMolay Contest CEDAR FALLS, (IP)--With the state DeMolay championship as their goal, 27 basketball teams from as many cities in Iowa began tournament play Thursday at the Iowa State Teachers college gymnasium. The quintets will number several all-state high school players and other prep and junior college stars from the past season in their ranks. Several cities are sending high school teams almost intact as De Molay chapter representatives. Phil Boss Grins at Barrage of Hitting CUERO, Texas, (U.R)--For the first time since spring training started Manager Doc Profhro of the Philadelphia Phillies was smiling Thursday. He was impressed with his team's hitting, which included five homeruns, as the Phillies turned back the St. Louis Browns 14 to 13 to register their first victory over a major league* club in 10 spring training games. Tribe Hurlers Run Foul of A's Bats LAKE CHAHLES, La., (U,R)--It was apparent to Manager Oscar Vitt of the Cleveland Indians Thursday that if the Tribe-is to win any of their spring games they need better pitching. Bill Zuber and Tom Drake, who had been counted on to bolster the mound corps, were the victims Wednesday of a 16-hit shelling by the Philadelphia Athletics that produced 15 runs. Cubs, Sox to Play First Road Contest LOS ANGELES, (U.PJ--The Chi- ,cago Cubs and White Sox will leave for Yuma, Ariz., after the Cubs play their last exhibition game in California this season against the Los Angeles Angels. The Cubs and Sox will meet at Yuma Friday in their first road game. John Whitehead will start for the Sox and Gene Lillard wiD pitch for the Cubs. Entertains Circle ROCKWELL--Mrs. R. H. Sherwood, assisted by Mrs. P. S. Breeding and Mrs. Mae Kelly, entertained the ladies of the "Congregational circle Wednesday afternoon. Reported Wed to Maharaja City hospital after he had been hurled to the mat b\- Slcv (Crusher) Casey of Ireland during a Boston garden match, was reported to be "considerably im-.proved" and conscious Thursday. : Doctors said Sonnenberg had ·Suffered a brain concussion but --further diagnosis awaited c.xami- · nation of X-ray photographs. NAME LEADERS CHAMPAIGN, 111,, iWi--Billy M. Jones of Wood River, III., \ \ i l l captain the I939--10 University oi JlUnois swimming team and Martin .D. Ungerman of Brooklyn N' ' Cards Ready to Go i m National Season WINTER GARDEN. Fla.. UB-- The St. Louis Cardinals, who have won 12 out of 18 spring games against major league clubs, meet their Rochester Farmhands'of the International league. "We're ready for the National league season to open right now," said Manager Ray Blades after the Cards beat Washington 6 to 2 Wednesday. FIGHT RESULTS Br The A!"oeiited Prc»s MJAJH, Fla.--Fritii- Zlvic. 145. PiHl- burgh. outpointed Bobby Brilton, 14$. Mianii. Fta.. HO) CORPUS CHR1STI. Tex.--Manuel Vil- in, 13K, Mexico City, outpointed Ted 'Mustang! Garcia. 13o. Las Vcsas. N. Y., 1 10'. WEST PALM BEACH. Tla.--Carl St- Ixrs. 137. Jacksonville. Fla.. oiitoointcd Jocv Grrcn. 133. Washington, lit)'. WRESTLING RESULTS T:r I'niterf Prf§$) W' VORK--Ben Shalom. Palestine, T h e wealthy, Oxford-educated young Maharaja Yeshwant of Indorc announced to his subjects thai he had married an American girl. It was believed thai the hride was Mar---""''-. ' awlcr (above), 30. a former train stewardess, who atlcir "U the maharaja as a nurse wh»n he visited California 2 few years HOLD RITES OF MRS, CAMPBELL Calmar Woman Dies Few Days Following Funeral for Sister CALMAR -- Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Austin, Min., for Mrs. Susie Campbell, who died on March 24 of heart disease. Mrs. Campbell, who made her home with her daughter in Des Moines during the winter months, had been called to Minneapolis by the illness and death of her only sister. She was the mother of two children, Charles of Minneapolis and Harriet at Qes Moines,. both of whom survive. Her husband died Oct. 8, 1906. The body was taken to the Mayer funeral home in Austin and burial made beside her husband, the Rev. Coleman officiating at the services. Pallbearers were Thomas McFarland, John Hogan, Walter Whiteside, Thomas Damm, Arthur Carlson and Fred Fenton. Hungary's Most Beautiful Blond "Community Play" to Be Held on April 19 in Emmetsburg School EMMETSBUHG--Plans for the second annual "Community Play Night," sponsored by the local public school parent-teacher organization for the benefit of the school milk fund, were announced here Wednesday by school officials. The event will be held in the public high school on the night of April 19, with a number of games and amusements open to local citizens. The sciieme was inaugurated here last year as an attempt tc raise money to furnish undernourished children with milk throughout the school year. Richard Dix and Lucille Ball in "12 Crowded Hours," Booked Friday Richard Dix, the veteran thespian from St. Paul, is starred with Lucille Bali in the newspaper celluloid, "Twelve Crowded Hours " at the Cecil and Palace theaters Friday. Dix is cast as an arrogant reporter who seeks to crush a policy racket; Miss Ball is seen as a* -- · _ dancing instructress who becomes enmeshed in the big city intrigue, Others in the cast are Cy Kendall, Donald MacBride, John Arledge, Dorothy Lee, Allan Lane, and A d d i s o 11 Richards. N e wspaper- ing also forms the subject of the Strand picture which begins Friday, as Michael Whalen and Chick Chandler clown through "Time Out for Murder," a second- run film. Gloria Stuart has t h e feminine Mrs. Ida Webster Is Honored at Eastern Star Order's Session ALLISON--Mrs. Ida Webster of Spencer was an honored guest at the Order of Eastern Star meeting held Tuesday evening. Mrs. Webster is past Grand Electa, past grand treasurer and at present is grand representative to South Dakota. She is 87 years old and has not missed a grand chapter session in 44 years. Mrs. K. W. Newbury 'who recently resigned as worthy matrou was presented a past matron's jewel from her officers. Following the business session the Masonic and Eastern Star members joined in a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Newbury. Rock Island Plans Streamlined Chicago to Denver Train CHICAGO, (/P)--Federal Judge James H. Wilkerson has authorized the trustees of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railroad to spend $l;22a,000 for Diesel streamlined equipment to operate between Chicago, Colorado Springs and Denver. Bids already have been asked for tvyo baggage coaches, two combination mail coaches, four passenger coaches, two diners and three Diesel engines. The trustees' petition, filed Wednesday, said competing lines have been taking the major portion of the passenger traffic over the route because of better equipment. Kanawha Faculty Is Entertained in Home of Superintendent KANAWHA--Members of the Kanawha public school were entertained Monday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner at the home of the superintendent and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney. Mrs. Walter Thoreson was also a guest. Bridge and Chinese checkers were played following the dinner with prizes being given to Mrs. Walter Thoreson in bridge and Paul Zurbuggan in C h i n e s e checkers. EDITOR HICHABD DIX "Triger Smith" is feature. . the second AT THE PALACE Through Thursday ' Detective work by juveniles and adults is the basis for the two films at the Palace theater with ·'Tom 'Sawyer, Detective" and "Inside Story" on the program. If you are not averse to a slight case of murder with plenty o£ clues left around, you'll like the movies which are entertaining and often exciting. In "Tom Sawyer, Detective," Billy Cook plays the title role with Donald (Small-Fry) O'Connor as MOVIE MENU CECIL--"Four Girls in White" ends T h u r s d a y . "T w e l v e Crowded Hours" Friday. PALACE -- "Inside Story" and "Tom Sawyer, Detective" end Thursday. "Twelve C r o w d e d Hours" Friday, STRAND--"Drums" and "Campus Confessions" end T h u r s d a y . "Time Out for Murder" and "Trigger Smith" begin Friday. STATE--"Torchy Gets Her Man" and "Phantom Go!d" through Saturday. LAKE--(Clear Lake) -- "Idiot's Delight" throurh Friday. Huckleberry Finn. Between them they solve a murder mystery which occurs while they are spending a summer with their Uncle Silas and Aunt Sally. Uncle Silas, played by Porter Hall, is a mild sort of person who farms on week days and preaches on Sundays. He is accused of the murder of Jupiter Dunlap, played by William Haade. Loneliest Man . . . Brace Dunlap, brother of the dead man, attempts to have Uncle Silas hanged for the crime and it takes considerable astute detecting on Tom's part to save him. Romance in the film is taken care of by Janet Waldo as Ruth'Pheips and Phillip Warren as Jeff Rutledge. Further adventures of the reporter and photographer played by Michael Whalen and Chick Chandler are told in "Inside Story" which begins when the loneliest man in New' York looks for the loneliest girl and picks a clip-joint hostess. Things which happen are plenty and fast. Interesting to note is that the film is directed by Ricardo Cortez, erstwhile patent-leather haired smoothie of the movies. to Woman m Effort Hailed as the most beautiful b l o n d In Budapest, "Blanka Szombathelyi Is pictured as she arrived in New York from Hungary, bound for Hollywood, with hopes for a film career.. five sons, Roy of Britt, Floyd of Mason City, Gerald, Linn and Gordon of Crystal Lake, three daughters, Mrs. Pearl Smith, Mrs. Ruth Stevens of Crystal Lake and Ella Voiding of Minneapolis, who were all home for the occasion. They also have 23 grand children and three great grandchildren. Home of AH Nations LAYTON, Utah, (U.R)--A home rocks from all corners of the globe built of 100,000 multi-colored has been completed by Frank Adams, World war aviator who now owns a grocery store. Ten years' search brought together rocks from 13 foreign countries and 20 states, with which he built his novel residence. Hitler is "astonished" when he reads that American statesmen expect war in Europe. He thought his peace talk had everybody fooled.--Wisconsin State Journal. Councilman Injured While Roller Skating ALTOON. Pa.. VPj--City Councilman Jacob Weber discovered that in the springtime a mature man's fancy is not to be trusted. The middle aged councilman limped painfully into a hospital Wednesday for treatment of a hip He said he fell while roller skat- ! centra!' ing. j 7,1:,... CHICAGO. (U.P.) -- Physicians doped Thursday to save the life of Mrs. Elsie Westcott, 45, hic- coughing victim, with musk--a rare substance obtained from the musk deer and used as a base for perfumes. Mrs. Westcott is the wife of a railroad shop worker. She has been hiccoughing for a week. The spasms have occurred sometimes as often as 38 times a minute and her condition has grown steadily weaker. Application of gases and sedatives failed to bring relief and little hope was held for her life. Dr. Hans W. Nilssen, attending physician, decided to adminster the musk, an anti-spasmodic drug. He had expected trouble in f i n d i n g the drug but a canvass of drug companies revealed one which had a small supply. The substance is obtained from an egg- sized sac u n d e r the skin of the I abdomen of the male musk deer of THURSDAY - FRIDAY "IDIOTS DELIGHT" Calendar Night Pridav Old Time Dance AVALON BALLROOM Manly, Iowa THURSDAY, MARCH 30 The Scandinavian Accordion Band Admission 25c--Plus Tax MIXED DANCE Saturday, April 1 NO DANCES AT Spring Meeting for Garden Club Is Held EMMETSBURG -- Members of the Emmetsburg garden club held their first spring meeting Wednesday afternoon in the basement rooms of the public library building. Mrs. F. X. Crctzmeycr, club president, presided. · The program was concerned with spring gardening hints and plans. Papers on gardening were mixed K) grains s if the substance with sugar and fed it to Mrs. Wescott. Attendants said she was -resting nicely'' after the application, but that since she previously had had brief periods of respite, beneficial effects from the musk were not certain immediately. Crystal Lake Couple Married for 49 Years CRYSTAL LAKE--Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Voiding celebrated their for- - - - - ; -- - - ~. --...*v.«m,, His. i j r - i m i k u \\euuiriR anniv K N \ . Heise. Mrs. J. I. Hobson and their home here Sundav Mrs. Roy Johnson, who read a Mr, and Mrs. Voiding ' h a v e went paper prepared by Mrs. John M.Mheir married life in ihl"virtritv TM° n rf ,» , «, * ., i ! ' avin? retired from farming and ^Z^f-f .'l,°',.* h l. n ^t, g , i S' Jcn l?l°y. in ?J to their home in Costal This Weekend Because of Remodeling Grand Opening -- Neiv Surf About April 6 For Your Dances This Weekend \Ve Invite You to the TERP, AUSTIN,. MINN. FRJD A Y-- S candi navian Accordion Band -- Mixed Dance SAT.-- HAL LEONARD SUN -- BENNETT- GRETEN JEWS FLEEING FROM DANZIG 2,500 Remaining in City Redouble Efforts as Nazi Danger Nears _ DANZIG, CU.R--Jews are fleeing from Danzig in fear this free city of 400,000 population and SOU square miles will fall into the hands of Adolf HilJer. The Jewish community Thurs- d ? y -' s negotiating to send a group of aO children to England as til" next step in evacuation of the entire Jewish population excent aged men and women mo ^ 8 ' 5 °° Have left since and the 2,500 remaining have redoubled their efforts to leave ince the nazis destroyed Czecho- ilovakia and annexed Memel and began making threatening gestures toward Danzig. Plight in Germany About 1,000 Jews are expected to migrate in the next few months u the present plans materialize The plight of those who remain will be similar to the fate of Jews in Germany regardless of whether or when the reich moves to recover. Danzig. All of the main anti-Jewish legislation introduced by Hitler in Germany is in effect in the pi-o-nazi regime now controlling the free city. Told to Cease Practice Three months ago lawyers and doc.ors not classed as Aryans were ordered to cease practice. Jewish skilled workers and clerks have gradually been squeezed out ol their jobs as Danzig firms get ^^^^Vi^^HMMItMMHINMMa^^^i Hey! Everybody! You Don't Want to Miss This Program FRIDAY As It Is a Big One! See It at Either the CECIL or PALACE BE HERE FOR FUN KITE WED. AND FRI. TODAY Thru SATURDAY GEE, KM! mm ms m CUNDA FMULl- MKTIN M*«UIE plus 'FLASH GORDON'S TRIP i TO MARS"--CHAP. 3 orders to "Aryanize" their organizations. Only a - f e w Jewish shops remain open. Only a few merchants whose business is important to the port have been permitted to continue trading. The murder of Ernst vom Rath. German diplomat in Paris by a Polish Jew, gave impetus to the anti-Semitic campaign in Danzig just as it did in Germany. Businessmen Plan to Sponsor Movies CRYSTAL.LAKE--The Crystal Lake businessmen held a meeting Monday night in the Helm Hardware store for the purpose of making plans for the free outdoor movie. The movie will be held this year on Saturday night, starting May iO and ending Sept. 2. It is planned to hold the movies in a new location which will be on the vacant lots between the Kinden hotel and the American Legion Auxiliary hall. TATE 0 0-tf-O-O-H H ' m Starts. Sunday Friday Matinee o/j Until 5p.m. A.OC IK OOUBtE HORSOB OOUBU H E A D E R THE BLACK ROOM BEHIND THE mHSK, S T A R R ! K G J A C K H O I T I Screen 'Attraction at Both Cecil and Palace Betty B o o p Cartoon Ends Thursday Night "4 GIRLS IN WHITE" Kith Florence Rice-Kent Taylor North Iowa's Best Theater -COMING SATURDAY- COME ONE . . . COME ALL! The Showboat is comine to town! Hear Dorothy sing the famous "St. Louis Blues:" Hear her sine. I Go for That," "Blue Nightfall," "Let's Dream in the Moonlight!" It's swingtime on the Uv«e! DOROTHY LAMOUR L L O Y D N O L A N T I T O G U I Z A R I E R O M E C O W A N Plus These Added Units MICKEY MOUSE CART. SPORTLIGHT AND NEWS Coming Sat., April 8--Bob Burns--"I'm Prom Missouri" Ends Thursday "Tom Sawyer, Deteciive'1 and "Inside Story" Don't Be Fooled--We Play Big Shows, Too! Enjoy Them in Our New Comfort! Matinee 26c Starts SAT. N E W r/u/ic The Most Talked-of Show This Year! The Yes-Go-See Picture! ^NY DARLING DAUGHTER 7 ItNN *OUJB TOBXe «'».._. FAY M U T E R '"iSS" 1 nu * o » s o s teitrim TOIili U K Plus "Dutch"' Kcanan "Secret Service of hc Air" .. Ends Thursday Night "Drums" with Sahu and "Campus Confessions" Biff Shows at Little Prices! Your Family Theater! Everything New But the Name! FBI. «t SAT. ^o »)*»!£ *»' with Gloria Stuart Michael Hlialcn Mickey Mouse Cartoon Chapter 6 "Lone Ranter Rides Again'' COJIIN ? G SATURDAY, APRIL-8--PALACE THEATER

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