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Rudd Slaps Rockford, Faces Goodell 3* * * .*. .* * * .* * # * Sports Calendar Monday--Softball, Cily league playolt gamcj, East Pflrff. Tuesday--Softball, Cily league playoU game, East park. Wednesday--Sollball, Cily league playoff game. East Out of the Pressbox BY AL MITCHELL Maybe It's Treason IF THIS BE TREASON-- this corner is sorry. But, it seems to me that it would be a little bit early . . . this year . . . to send Dr. Eddie Anderson into a coaching assignment with the all-star college football The Mason Cilyan stands well up in Ihe voting, and might be named from the Bis Ten conference as a member of the coaching S u ' ' ' P roJ)al)1 y as an assistant to Elmer Layden of Notre Dame who looks like the horse to back in the race for No. 1 job with Hie stars . . . who play the New York Giants in the Chicago Tribune's annual contest a month from now. * * * But. it seems to me, Eddie has a big job ahead of him at the University of Iowa. A hard schedule, material a bit thin . . . and ail the usual things that make life interesting for the coach who is a newcomer in a rocky situation. So, I'll be just as happy if he's free to work on Iowa's football problems this season . . . where this department wishes him all the success in the world. STORY IN COLUMN 8 YANKEE EMPIRE NEAR TO SALE? Swimming -- $$$ THERE'S STItL A BUNCH of money swimming around in Lost Island lake, near Huthven . . . here's the story: Last spring, the Huthven Commercial club tagged a number of bullheads and released them in the lake. The metal clips represent cash prizes from SI to $10 in value . . paid by the Ruthven club when the clips are presented by fishermen. A total of $67 has been paid already . . . but there are 74 fish left to catch. arA".? = 5 ' lh f ? J i "» *£ f ellow w£lh he ?10 ° tag is st! " swimming around, Scout John B. Kelly reports. * * * Smart-Crack ,,, A., B °y Sc 0 "' lojt, 1 '" «« woods lived on berries or nine days. Taint nothm' . . . Bill Terry has lived on raspberries for nine years. CHARLES CITY EVENS DEFEAT Lions Win From Stars in Sunday Night Go at Home Ball Field Even-Stephen STAKS--3 AB H J.Y'c 2-3b 4 0 Morse Ib 3 1 Shane cf 4 0 W.Y'fce ]f 4 1 T.Bo'ch. c 4 1 Be'is 3b-p 4 2 A.B'cIi ss 3 1 Nagel rf 3 1 Lind p 1LIONS--T O A[ 0 SHIa'sm 21 S 0]Emery If 4 _ 3 OlMorse rf 5 3 ,, 1 1|J. F'ch Ib 5 1 11 «3 H O A 5 3 3 2 0 0 1 4 0 1 4 0 9 OjFarnum c 1 3]Geagan ss 4 - » ! liWy'ore 3b 4 0 1 Q 0]Donbs c f 4 3 3 1 ^ _ ,, 0 2;crim*gs p 3 o o 3 Nygrcn 2b 1 0 0 0|H.Finch ss 1 0 0 2 Totals 32 7 24 3| Tolals -SO IE 27 12 Score by innings: Boone .....,., 010 100 010--3 7 2 Lions 000 121 30x--7 16 1 Summary--Errors, Morse .{All-Stars); Lmd. Crimmings; two base hits,' BellU, T. Bozicli. Dobhs. Reagan. Morse (All- Stars); runs batted in. Dobbs 2 Nagel A. Boiich, J. Finch, Emery. .Crimmlncs. Jtosterson, Morse (All-Stars), JTorse (Lions); sacrifice hits. A. Bozich, Emery. Crimmings: struck out. by Lind 5. Bellis 2. Crimmings 4; hase on balls, off Crim- mmgs I; left on bases. Lions 10. All-Stars 4; hits, off Lind 14 in c 3-4 innings, oft Bellis 2 in 2 1-!, off Crimmings 7 in 9 innings: hit by pitcher, Worse (Crim- mines): winning pitcher. Crimmings; losing pitcher. Lind. Umpires, Wolfe and W:lcox. 'rime. 2:15, CHARLES CITY--The Charles City Lions won, 7 to 3, from the Boone County All-Stars in a Sunday night baseball game here, avenging a previous 13-inning defeat. A 14-bit attack in the early innings gave the Lions an easy margin, while Jim Crimmings led the visiting team down the seven well-spaced blows. NEILPLOPPER TOPS JUNIORS Beats Pair of Prep Team-Mates, Winner of Two Past Seasons Neil Plopper, who blocked Don Bracken's way to a third victory in the tournament with a sensational Saturday game, went on to win the American Legion City Junior golf championship Sunday Plopper defeated another high school links teammate, Jerry Har- rcr, 5 and 3, in the final match. Plopper defeated Bracken, 1 up at 20 holes Saturday, to prevent the defending city champion from earning his third leg on the Marshall and Swift trophy. A Bracken victory would have retired the award. The tournament final match results were: Championship Flieht--Neil Ploppcr defeated Jerry Harrer. 5 and 3. Consolation --Dick Hetland defeated Wallace Kirsch. E and 4. First FlijM-Roscr Carlson defeated Rodney Urdahl. 1 up. Consolation--Don Jc\vman dcfcaled Junior Ellison. 5 and 4. Castles Top Charles City Traps Event John R. Jahn Shares Honors as Trio Get Near-Perfect Scores CHARLES CITY--Father and son tied for first honors here Sunday in a registered trapshoot which attracted stars of the Iowa professional and amateur shotgun ranks, as Bim and Don B. Castle broke 149 targets each in a 150- bird program at the Charles City Gun'club. John R. Jahn of Spirit Lake, leading Iowa professional, broke the same number of birds in the Sunday event. Bim Castle was high on all targets, with 44 broken pairs of doubles included in his total) as J. W. Buchmiller of; Jefferson won the event with a total of 46. Don B. Castle had an unfinished long run of 147 targets, while Owen Tyler of Kelly broke 107 in another unfinished trial. The scores: 10 YARD TARGETS Don B. Castle (Charles City) . Bim Castle (Charles Cily) .. xj. R. Jahn (Spirit Lake) Given Tyler (Kelly) Frank easier (Brittl F. Gramijenett (Rolce) F. Vermilya (Charles C i t y ) . . . J. W. Buchmiller (Jeffersonl M. H. Hanson (Osage) Oscar Knutson (Haniontown) A. H. Brown (Bradgate) J. F. Bernstein {St. Ansgar) ... L. I., LucUvig (Corwith) S. A. Klein n-ort (St. Ansgar) .. Gilbert Gregcrson (Mason City) Ray D. Arnold (Iowa Falls) xG. E. McCoy (Waterloo) DOUBLES N'J. H. Jahn (Spirit Lake) J. W. Buchmiller (Jefferson) Bim Castle (Charles City) .. Owen Tyler (Kelly* A. H. Brown (Bradgate) . Frank Castor (Brill) S. A. Klcinwort (St. Ansgar) L. L. Ludwig (Corwith) . M- H. Hanson (Osagcj . A. Cipra (Austin. Minn.)".'., Ray D. Arnold (Iowa falls) . J. P. Bernstein (St. Ansgar) , ^Indicates professional Algona Nine Winner in Tight Contest afGoldfieldPark GOLDPIELD -- The Algona Brownies defeated Goldfield's Indians, 2 to 0, in a Sunday baseball game here. The contest was a mound battle between Lefty Mathis of the Brownies and Don Shelton of the Indians. Mathis pitched three-hit ball, striking out seven, and scored both his club's runs. Shelton allowed four hits, three of which were singles by Briggs. He did not issue a pass and struck out seven visitors. Mathis tripled to score on Bnggs' hit in the third, and counted the second Algona marker after gaming the bases on an error i the fifth, with Briggs getting hi: third hit to bring home the run EVEN ON A WSERT ISIE lift IS A mil WhtaYo-j Gn Smotre SAME QUALITY SOLD FOR YEARS AT lOe . . . . NOW KANSAS CITY TO BE KEY CLUB IN ST. LOUIS TWIST Change Might Solve Problem of Failing Major League Gate By HENRY McLEMORE United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, (U.R--All I know ibout the report that the Yankee Daseball empire is going to be sold s that it can be had--for a price. The asking price would be around $10,000,000 but if anybody came along and laid $8,000,000 on the line in ready money, the heirs woud wrap the whole thing up in tinfoil and say, "Take it, mister." You must keep in mind that ;hen Jake 1 Ruppert was alive the Yankees were his pride and joy and about the only hobby he knew in his late years. The Yankees may be a pride and joy to the heirs but they are no hobby, and if the heirs are to get any substantial dough out of the estate of the late brewer it must come from the sales of property, and the Yankees with their far-flung chain system represent a very rich property indeed. Where, Oh Where? Now where are you going to find anybody around with sufficient money and sufficient interest in baseball to lay $8,000,000 on the line? Don't wear your eyes out looking because there isn't any such animal. If the Yankees are sold--and some day they will be --it will be piece by piece, club by club, and perhaps, in the end, even player by player. Tins brings me up to what I think may eventually be the solution to the messy baseball situation which exists in St. Louis, which is strictly a one-club city, but which, tries with commercial 'futility 'to support two major league clubs--the Cards and Browns. I happen to know that t h e Yankees would not mind selling their Kansas City club, which is in the process of building up an enviable attendance and artistic record. What's more Kansas City itself has major league aspiration. The team as it stands probably could perform creditably in either o£ the big leagues. I wouldn't win any pennants but il would do all right. Maybe Moving Day? , I happen to know that if Sam Breadon, who owns the Cards wants to buy the Kansas City club he will not have the door slammed in his face. And thi goes for the bunch of St. Louio business men who are behind the Browns. What I'm trying to say that if either Breadon or the Browns' group wants to move the Yankees will listen to a proposition concerning Kansas City. Everybody in baseball knows the St. Louis situation has reachet such a state that something mus be done and that something amounts to moving one of the clubs, either the Browns or the Cards, out of town. Breadon ha: his home there and doesn't wan to move. The people back ot thi Browns think that in time the; can put their enterprise over sue cessfully. What's going to come out of thi., stalemate? Offhand it would seem to be a tug of war oE finances Can Breadon outlast the other fellows in a plural losing adven ture? How much more mone can Breadon afford to lose in trying to force the Browns to sur render? How far can the peopli back of the Browns afford to go' American Loop to Stay ' My guess--and it's strictly ; guess--is that when the final ans wer is written the American league will dominate St. Loui baseball. First, because it's tra ditionally an American leagu^ city. Second, I have reason to believe that the group back o the Browns has received assurances from the American league directors that they are in their corn er. Why do I say that? Well, wha do you think is back o£ the Brown's refusal to put out any more to install lights in their ball park? Mind you, they own the park. The Cards are merely paying guests. If any baseball city in the country needs night baseball, it is St. Louis. Night baseball saved Cincinnati--at least pulled it out of a big, ugly financial hole, and it has helped Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Cleveland, etc. With night baseball maybe Breadon and the Cards could make a go of it. Without night baseball they are definitely licked. Well, my thought on this is that the directors of the American league a r e encouraging t h e Browns to lay off night baseball, and thus make it tougher for Brendon anci the Cards. I think Ihis part of a studied strategy to force Breadon to cry "enough," and move. LATEST SPORT EVENTS MONDAY, JULY SI, 1939 Defenders Keep Doubles Laurels Fred Heneman and Cecil Boyer, at left above, defended (heir Mason City doubles tennis crown Saturday afternoon at East park as they won, 8-6, E-0, from John Crabb and Eddie Jones, at right. The challengers earned an early 3-1 leafl in games durin'fr the Iirst set durme the final contest, one of those sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. and Klwanis club. (Lock photo, Kayenay engraving ) Speedsters Break American Record in-Women's Relay Los Angeles Trio Sets New Mark in National A. A. U. Swimming Meet By JACK FLEISCHER United Press Staff Correspondent DBS MOINES, (U.R) -- T h r e e speedsters representing the Los Angeles Athletic club set a new American record of four minutes, one and six-tenths seconds in the 300-meter relay qualifying trials of the Women's National A. A. U. swimming meet here Sunday. The mark is three and six- tenths second better than the record established in 1936. Two newly crowned champions and a former titleholder comprised the Los Angeles team. Edith Motridge, who took the 100- rneter 'backstroke title Saturday night, was lead-off swimmer. Won Breaslstroke Title Esther Williams swam the 100- meter breaststroke leg and won the championship in that event the first day of the meet. Virginia Hopkins, former 100-meter backstroke titlist, anchored the team, swimming the free style 100- meters. Three records stood only by chance as the stars fell short by seconds. One mark was threatened by a 14 year old Hawaiian, Miss Fujiko Katsutani, the crowd's favorite. The olive-sidnned maiden was no disappointment even though she failed in her ambition to break the record of the 200 meters breast stroke. Blames Air Sickness Her coach, S. S. Akomoto, declared the long plane ride resulting in airsickness for Miss Katsutani was partly responsible for her failure to shatter the mark. The trip was her first to the United States and the climax to her years o£ oceanic training in her specialty swim. Carl Ahlgran o£ the University o£ Iowa, won the Y. M. C. A. mile swim, a special event held in conjunction with the Women's National A. A. U. championships. His time was 23:57.3. Harold S m i t h , of Winterset, sprinted to a Iirst place in the 50 meter breast stroke event for junior men o£ the Iowa open swimming meet with, a time o£ 44.5. Wins Among Junior Girls Agnes Jean Larson, heavy favorite in national competition, glided to an easy victory in the 50 meter breast stroke for junior girls in the Iowa open. She is from Nashwauk, Minn. Al Armbruster of the University of Iowa won the 400 meter free style for senior men in 5:34.9. In the 400 meter free style for senior women Dorothy Leonard, Worcester, Mass., led the field, finishing -in 5:50.5. Loraine Bemis, Nashwauk, Minn., was second and Eight Events Listed on Sunday Program at Clear Lake Meet CLEAR LAKE--A program o£ eight events was announced Monday for the Iowa open swimmiing meet, to be held here next Sunday under Amateur Athletic union sanction. Junior and senior swimming and diving contests are on schedule in the program, which includes one-meter c o m p e t i- tion for younger entrants. Senior divers will compete from the three-meter boards. Exhibitions by Helen Crlenko- v i c h, newly-crowned national women's diving champion, and Marjorie Gestring, former national leader and 1936 Olympic games champion, will be given on both Saturday and Sunday programs here. Saturday will see Cerro Gordo county competition in 'a similar program. The Sunday swimming events are: Junior iloys 50 meter freestyle. Senior aim 100 meler freestyle. 200 meler freestyle. 100 meter backstroke. 100 meter breast stroke. J u n i o r C!rls 50 meter freestyle. Senior Women 100 meter freestyle. 200 meler freestyle. Standings BANCROFT HAS FOURTH SCRAP Protested Game Goes to Whittemore in North Kossuth Loop NORTH KOSSUTH League Standings o Pel. 1.000 .750 .500 .50(1 .500 .500 .250 .000 Bancroft ... Lolls Creek Swca City . Burl Whittemore Fenton . Titonka Wesley ... Sunday Itcsults Lolls Cr«ek C; Wesley 2. Bancroft 3; Titonka 0. Wliittcmore G: Burl 5. Fenton 11; Swca City G. SWEA CITY-- Bancrolt addec a fourth victory to its -clear recorc to hold to first place in the North Kossuth County baseball leagui Sunday, defeating Titonka 3 to i at Bancroft. Lotts Creek stepped into a clear second place in the circuit standings, with a victory over Wesley scored at the Lotts Creek par',:, I to 2. The winning club got nini hits, while Wesley's eight blow: were scattered. The visitors mad two errors, the home club making one. A protested 6 to 5 victory wen to Whittemore at Burt, the win ning club getting 11 hits, the horn nine 10. Each team made Jou errors. Batting honors were even a Swea City where the young horn club lost to Fenton, 11 to 6, eact team getting 16 hits. Each squa: made two errors. Sea Hag Wins n Final Run at Lake Meet Don Brereton Only North lowan to Place in Okoboji Regatta ARNOLD'S PARK--Sea Hag, ailed by Don Brereton of Clear ake, won Sunday afternoon's lass X event at the third annual koboji Yacht club invitational egatta, on West Okoboji lake, he Clear Lake entry, only boat 0 place in the Sunday program, ompleted its race in 1:04. White Bear Lake, Minn., boats ook home the major honors as udges studied results late Sunday ight to break ties set up in two oliday races. Saturday events ·ere canceled for lack o£ breeze. Hurricane III and Chantey, ailed by William Schong and ^alph Cardozo respectively, shared irst honors in Class E, while Black Rhythm II and Silver Streak II ailed by Leonard Lilly, Jr., anc =loy Mordaunt, Jr., shared honors n Class C. Clipper, sailed by Richard Relf r., took the honors in Class X 'he summai-y of Sunday's events MORNING ItACES E. Class -- Chantey (While Bear, sailci y Ralph Cardozo) first. 1:39; Easy Go ng loo. (Lake Minnetonka, sailed by 'avid Wyer) second, l:20i: North Sta 1 (Lake Caihoun, failed by Ray Walk r( third. 1:21. C Class -- Black Hhythm. It (Whit Bear, sailed by Leonard Lilly. Jr.) first ^ minutes; Little Sioux '(Lake Caihoun niled by Herbert Bloomberg) second nc hour; Aloha (Okoboil, sailed by D -".. Baxter) third. 1:30. X Claw -- Clipper (White Bear, saile y Richard Relf, Jr.) first, 37:30; JVIidge White Bear, sailed by Sidney Wold econd. 37:J5; Moby Dick II (Lake Cal joun. sailed by Marjorie Boson) third. AFTERNOON RACES E Class -- Hurricane III [White Boar ailed by Williams Sehons) first: Dar lorsc fWhite Bear, sailed by Decoste brothers) second; Challenger IV (Lak Caihoun. sailed by L. S. Miner) third C Class--Silver Streak II (White Bear ailed by Roy'-Mordaunt. Jr.) first, 1-40 laneover II (Lake Caihoun. sailed b farshall Newton) second. 1:42; Rhythm I (Lake Calhoun. sailed by Leonard Lilly, Jr.] third. 1:42:30. X Class -- Sea Hag (Clear Lako. sailed ty Don Brcretonl [irst. 1:04; P.-8 (Okoboji, sailed by Frances Lytle) second. :H:30: Moby Dick II (Lake Caihoun. ailed by Marjorie Benson! third, 1:05. MAJOR LEAGUES NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pct.l W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 60 30 ,6671Brooklyn 44 -45 .434 St Louis 48 42 ,533|Ncw York 44 46 .469 Pittsburgh 46 42 ,523jBoston 42 48 .467 Chicago 49 45 .52I|PhiIa'phia 26 61 .299 Suriftay Results Boston 7; Pittsburgh 5. (Second game Boston 5; Pittsburgh 3, when called end of 4th, Sunday closing law), Ke\v York 3; Chicago 1. Cincinnati 9-5; Philadelphia 2-1. St. Louis 5-5: Brooklyn 2-2. Saturday Results New~York S; Chicago 2. Cincinnati 3-9; Philadelphia 0-2. Pittsburgh 6: Boston 5. Brooklyn 7; St. Lavis 3. AMERICAN J.EAGCE W. L. Pet., W. L. Pet. N'cw York 66 26 ,"l71Dctroit 47 46 .503 Boston 56 34 .622:Wash'ton 39 57 .405 Chicago 52 42 .531 Phila'phia 34 56 .378 Cleveland 43 42 .53^St, Louis 26 65 .286 Sunday Results New York 4-1; Chicago 3-5. Detroit 14-5: Philadelphia 0-3. Boston 6; St. Louis 4. Washington 5: Cleveland 2. Saturday Results St. Louis 4: Boston 3. Detroit 7: Philadelphia 6. Cleveland 5: Washington 2. Chicago at New York. rain. Cowan Supply Wins in Algona Contest ALGONA--Cowan Supply o Mason City defeated White Ros Gasoline of Algona, 12 to 3, in Sunday Softball game here. It wa the third loss ol the season fo the local team. Lefty Alsbury homered in th fifth inning to touch oft an eight run spree, while Don Johnso 1 pitched six-hit ball for the win ners. Marjorie Hansen, Portland, Ore, third. The girl who took up swimming to overcome the effects of infantile paralysis, Nancy Merki o£ Portland, Ore., led the individual scoring at the end of the third day of. competition with S'/z points. DRINK · THE · PAUSE · THAT · REFRESHES MASON CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. LOCAL CLUB HAS WIN IN CONTEST WITH LOOP FOE Nora Springs Falls in 10-3 Contest at Roosevelt Park NORTH CENTRAL League Standing* W Hucid 13 Goodell . . 12 MASON CITY ."""! 10 Buffalo Center a rtockford ^ g Garner ' 7 Nora Springs "' 5 Norllnvood 4 Ventura .... ' i Sunday Results Pet. .925 .857 .714 .571 .533 -MO .357 .286 .214 .067 Boxscores North Central League NORA. SPRINGS-^;MASON CITY--10 AB H O A! AB 31 O A ·le'rn 2b 5 0 3 2[Du'can c£ 4 0 \ Daily c Vebh If 4 3 3b 4 3 ss 3 j Behne cf 4 ialier Ib 4 Hr'be rf 3 0 II 2JSnell 2 b 2 0 1 Kraupa p 4 i o 0 uiM'D : lu""lb 5 2 12 1 0 OJTli'son c 4 3 10 0 0 aiBoiven KS 3 1 3 3 0 0 OiCooper rt 2 o o 0 0 9 OlSferE rf 2 0 0 0 1 1 OlY'kVh 1£ 4 1 0 0 2!Ac'rso 3b 2 n IFl'cher p 2 0 2 0 0 0 Tolals 3o 9 24 6] Tolals 32 ~7 27 IT Score by innings: ·fora Springs 000 003 000-- 3 Mason City , loo 220 23x--10 Summary--Errors, Maupin 4, Tliac- Donald, Accurso; two base hit, Thompson; three base hit. MacDonald; stolen Jascs, Thompson 2. Maupin, Behnc. Sowcn, Cooper, Accurso; stnicJc out, by £rnupa 12. Billiet 5. Fletcher 3; bases n balls, off Kraupa 7, Fletcher 1; left on jascs. Nora Springs 7. Mason City 6; aassccl balls. Thompson. Daily; hits, off Fletcher 8 In 5 1-3 innings, off Billiet I in 3 2-3; hit by pitcher, Behnc (by Fletcher); winning pitcher, Flclchor. Umpire, Hert. Time, 2:13. CLUB GETS BIRDS BOONE, (/P) -- Boone county conservation association members now are raising a second batch of | 250 baby pheasants. Levine DiMarco homered for Clear Lake, but Garner collected 12 hits to the visiting club's four, to win 11 to 3 in another Sunday contest. Buffalo Center won from Ventura, 19 to 3, in the fifth game of the program, adding a seventh straight victory to its season record, and climb above Rockford into fourth place. LOCK1T UP AND IEWE ^^·····^···IK: IT AUONC . HE'LL PIMD VOM\e WAY TO ROft HOME- INSURANCE BONDS " ' MASON CITY IOAN t IMVEtTMEHT C-l Theltelepioneycamej-a versa lion* at one time paJr"of_wi're»-- and MARVELS, the cigarette of quality, carrie* satisfaction to miljions~of smokers r at big savings. Ask for MARVELS RVCLS The CIGARETTE of Quality Goodell 8; Northwood 7. Garner 11; Clear Lake 3. B u f f a l o Center 19; Ventura 3. Rudd 24; Hock/ord 1 MASON CITY 10; Nora Springs 3. Rudd's league-leaders stayed on p of the North Central Iowa baseball league Sunday afternoon, as they blasted their way past Rockford with a 24 to 1 victory on the latter club's field. Rudd got 10 runs after two men were out in the first inning of Hie same, driving Lefty Campbell (o cover with an attack which produced a total of 18 hits for the contest. Boeer Finch scattered six blows to pitch (he victory. Goodell's second place team, which plays at Rudd next Sunday in a feature contest of the second half-season, had a close fight at JMorthwood, winning 8 to 7 in a rush that came during the last three innings. Curt Hove and Mel Harder each struck out 16 in the pitchers' contest. * * s Mason City counted pairs of runs in the fourth and .fifth, -then added five more markers in its" last two turns, to beat Nora Springs here Sunday, :o to 3 The win kept the Mohawks in third position, two games behind Goodell. Mickey MacDonald and John Thompson led the home club's attack, while Everett Fletcher and Gordon Billiet shared the local pitching job. Nora Springs counted all its runs in the sixth, Billiet coming to the mound to shut of£ the rally.

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