Corvallis Gazette-Times from Corvallis, Oregon on March 14, 1953 · 3
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v f t" nf V -a' V " IS X - r 4 f 1 ; v v1 v ; vv 4 1 i a 4 i )4 i , , f , , f M f , Quarter Finals on Tonight in iiafional I1CAA Cane Tournew NEW YORK (UP)-Eight of th I Same NCAAtouVn records of 45 and 92 pointe Seattle; 92-70 while Santa Clara fi7 Mnhaan. Kans., Kansas i i- Blg Seven champion and defending NCAA king, meets Oklahoma ,A&M (23-6). Kansas beat Oklahoma Univer-765- and Oklahoma MM Whipped Texas Christian, 71-54 last night - v, , ' At Chicago, Indiana (20-3) Big Ten champion, goes against Notre mne 'i:w. juast night Indiana eagea ir-aul, 82-80, while Notre Dame trounced Pennsylvania, 69 HI Jl, " huskies Name Back Coach Lou Saban, head coach at Case institute of Technology and a former all-league linebacker with the Cleveland Browns, has been signed as a member of the University of Washington football coaching staff. Harvey Cassill, the University's athletic director, made the announcement today. At the same time, Cassill revealed that Morris "Red" Badgro, the Huskies' end coach since 1946, will be retained in the same capacity on the new staff. Saban, who has coached at Case an engineering college in Cleveland, Ohio for the past three years, will be Coach Johnny Cher-berg's backfield mentor. He will arrive in Seattle around April 1 to assume his new duties. His hometown is La Grange, Illinois. Saban and Badgro are the first assistants named by Cassill. and leaves three positions open on the Washintgon staff two line coaches and freshman mentor. Saban, who is 31 years old, married and the father of one son, had a brilliant playing career before turning to the coaching profession. He played fullback and blocking quarterback for Coach Bo McMillan's Indiana eleven in 1941 and 1942. In the latter year, he was voted' the team's most valuable player and also captained the squad. The new Husky backfield coach later played in the College All-Star game In Chicago in 1944 ana mo. In t94i"he finished a close second to All-American Glen Dobbs in the voting for "the game's most outstanding player,, Saban served with the U.S. army for 3V4 years during the Second World War, spending part of his service career as a Chinese interr preter in the China-Burma-India theater. Following his release from the service Saban was signed by the Cleveland Browns and played four years from 1946 to 1949 as a defensive linebacker and offensive halfback, under Paul Brown. Besides captaining the professional eleven all four years, he won all-league honorsas a backer-up in 1948, and 1949. Franklin Captures Intermediate Title A single round-robin basketball tournament among 'the four city elementary schools was run oft this week among 5th, 6th and 7th graders competing for the ' city Championship. , .- . . Forty-three boys participated m the games which were eld at the Roosevelt school gym. Final sladings: won lost Franklin 3 0 Roosevelt J 9 Harding: 1 Washington 3 John Wolberg, Roosevelt, and Bruce Fleming, Washington, stag' ed a stirring battle for high point honors during the tourney, with Wolberg edging Fleming by a single point, 28 to 27. ' High scorers (total points for 3 gajohn Wolberg, Roosevelt -.28 Bruce Fleming, Washington...-27 i vnthritth. Roosevelt 22 Gilbert Haiih, Marmng Bill Vernon, Franklin . .17 Hex Newton. Franklin ... Keith Morrow, Franklin Darrel Phippt, Roosevelt 11 11 10 10 Peter Kremer. naming ELKS . . .. . Don't Forget ST. PATRICK'S DANCE TONIGHT WALLY HEIDER ORCHESTRA v - S NL . Louisiana State (23-1), Southeastern Confer- (20-5),-the J.ew England hope. L, S. U. downed little Lebanon Val-?y. Pennsylvania, 89-76, and HJy Cross outclassed Wake For- , , mern vonrerence wio- last nignt. Two Tonrnv In Ttn.i. . T0 tournament champions will v vmucu lonignt. - At Madison Square Garden, St J UJUl 5 OI Hrooklvn mmlr c Hall of South Orange. N. J in the fu-st all-metropolitan final in the 16-year history of the National In- ef t fMment. Top -seeded zr'"" 13 uve-pomi lavorite. jjquesne piays Manhattan for At Kansas Citv. South umet un. souri State meets Hamline for the AiA.uue, symbol of small col lege basketball leadership. South west Missouri, the defending t-uauipjuii, uusiea inajana state 84 to 78, and Hamline, a three time winner of the crown hnt to Texas State. 73-71, last night. -Seattle Loan ' During last night's NCAA com- peuuun, several or the smaller schools probably wished they were in the NAIA. ' Seattle got Its" long-time wish f crack at mighty Washington but its stars," Little Johnny and Eddie O'Brien, were no match for the Huskies. Houbregs, rated one of the college game's finest hook-shots, broke the single game high of 44 points set last year by Clyde Lovellette of Kansas. Washington wiped out the team mark set earlier in the evening by LSU. . Houbregs And Co. Figured As Winners (Continued from Page 1) national pons, hadn't been able to find a place on its schedule for (Continued from Page 1) little Seattle located just across the city from the Huskv campus. Little Johnny O'Brien,- rated an All . American on . every team, dumped in 24 points for the Chieftains but it wasn't enough to keep Seattle in the running. , Huskies Off Fast It was a runaway almost from the start as the 6-foot, 7-inch Houbregs tanked 13 points in the first quarter to get his club off to a 24-11 quarter lead. He threw in another 13 points in the second quarter, nearly all on layup shots, to give the Dyemen a 47-32 bulge. The great Washington hook shot stylist took aim on the rim 35 times during the contest and hit dead center on 20 attempts while his mates were almost as hot. They dropped in 37 out of 74 tries for a sparkling .526 average. r . - It was up to captain Mike Mc-Cutchen to stop, the great little Johnny 'O, and stop hint he did; covering Johnny like a duck on a Wtanebug although. tb Utile Indian f ia: J l:a ..... - e 11 r utu 1111 ma uui ui xo uic'5 irom the floor. Washington's greatest edge was 31 points, racked up in the fourth quarter. After that Dye put In his second string and Seattle began .to look good, but it was too late. . Dunne the first half, Houbregs repeatedly broke through for layups as time and time again, slick passing on the part of his teammates found the big center all alone under the Chieftain's basket. " ' Wayne Sanford, set to guard the big feya, looked like a bewildered youngster'as Houbregs maneuvered him repeatedly out of position to score in the short time the Chieftain was in the game. . In all fairness to the Seattle club, about the best thing one might say that it simply proves the old adage a good big man can always beat a good little man and there, just weren't enough good little men last night to take the same floor with the maenificent Washington quint. Broncos Win Easily As expected, coach Bob Feerick's Santa Clara Broncos, winners of last year's NCAA tournament in the Coliseum, experienced little trouble with a so-so Wyoming outfit, humbling the Cowboys, 67-72. Wyoming, who lost out to Santa Clara, 56-53 for the western title in '52, kept up with the Broncs in the first half but the Californians, paced by big Ken Sears, 6-foot 7 inch forward, who tallied ' 19 points, pulled ahead after the intermission and were never in danger after that although the Cow-bovs kept trying. Bill Sharp, 6-foot Cowboy guard, was high pointer for the contest,, potting 23 points on deliberate setups. . ' Coach Bob Ferrick, of Santa Clara, said his club won "without a terrific showing" and expected his team to run into its greatest trouble against Washington. Ferrick said. Washington is a "strongly balanced team because the Huskies have long shooters and terrific backboard strength." WacHineton coach- Tippy Dye ; i ! y- SrV V r : i fHJ:J 3 J '2' ; v :f UP . . . AND INI Bob Houbregs (25) Washington pivolmen, goes high in the air last night to sink one 6ver the vainly teaching arms of two Seattle players. Bob broke the NCAA tournament scoring record by flipping in 45 points. (Gazette-Times photo J Chico Vejar Whips Martinez NEW YORK (UP) Chico Vejar said today, "I licked Vince Martinez with my improved body attack and I can do it again." Chico of Stamford, Conn., was elated with his upset unanimous 10-round .decjsion over Martinei of Paterspn, Nw J.v.Jast night: before U.1B4 in Madison Square Garden. The loser was favored at 17-5. Chico broke his opponent's 13-bouUwinning streak on Friday-the-13th. ' Home-state admirers of Vejar, 21, and Martinez, 23, swelled the gate to $45,779, largest at the Garden in 17 months. "Sure. I'll fight him again," said Chico, with a. white patch over a cut under his right 'eye.: "Winning this bout, which I was expected to lose gave, me a lot of -confidehce; Chuck Davey licked me twice last year with body punches; so I've improved my body' attack in every one of my eight fights since then." Chico, a student of dramatic arts at New Hork University, almost missed his cues last night in the -third -and seventh rounds when he suffered severe batterings. But otherwise he stuck pretty well to his prepared script of "left to the body, left to the head left to the body, right to the head." Baseball Results Boston A 6 Oetrolt A 3 Chicago A 11 Cleveland A 4 Brooklyn N 5 New York A 4 Washington A 3 Philadelphia N 2 St. Louis N 1 Cincinnati N 0 (10 innings) , ' Chicago N 4 New York N 3 . Pittsburgh N 7 Cuban AllStars 5 said, "we're going to have an awfully tough time tonight playing Santa Clara here. Their outside shooting and rebound control Is terrific." - Al Brightman, Seattle mentor, said Washington could go to the NCAA finals if the Huskies played as good as they did last night. The. lour officials, Al Lightner, Bill Scollin, Bill "Juengling, and Alvin Mercer, called two of the best games seen this year in the Coliseum, although a highly partisan crowd numbering 10,214, second largest ever to wend its way Into the House of Gillrgave the boys in black and white a ride occasionally. Oregon State Grapplers In PCI Tourney An eight - man Oregon State wrestling team left Wednesday with Coach Jim Dixon for San Luis Obispo, i Califs a a d , the -Pacific Coast intercollegiate champion- snips today and Saturday, which will be held at the California Polytechnic school. The meet was previously, scheduled for San Diego, but was switched recently. Beavers who left with the traveling' squad include Gary McClain, 115 pounds- Jim Sease, 130 or 137 pounds; Bill Hubbs, 147; Bill Gies-ter, 157; Dale Becker, 167; Bill Harsey, 177; Lou Williams, 191; and Glen Guyer, -heavyweight. Of the roster, Sease and Tubbs are both undefeated against college competition, and Williams and McClain each have suffered just one loss. . Gone from this year's team, which placed second to San Jose State and Washington State in the coast meet last year, are. Bill Mos-by, Rod Zielinski, and John Witte, who each copped their weight divisions. Teams who will compete for the coveted crown are Washington State, San Diego State, UCLA, Sah Jose State, California, Stanford, Santa Clara, San Diego State, Port land State, California Aggies, San Francisco State and California' Poly. ' ... ' Leading contenders for the wrestling toga again this year are the defending titlists, Washington State and San Jose State. There will be close to 100. matmen participating at Cfandall gymnasium for their respective divisions, under collegiate rules, which differ from last year in which Olympic standards governed. ' Harrison, Meyer In Third Round Tie ;ST. PETERSBURG, Fla." (UP) E. J. (Dutch) Harrison of Ard-more, Okla., and Dick Mayer of St. Petersburg set out to break their first place ie today in the 'third round of the 72-hole St. Petersburg Open Golf Tournament. , Harrison, dropping six and eight foot putts consistently, fired a six under par 65 in yesterday's second round to deadlock young Mayer at 132. Mayer's putting was poor but his accurate iron shots kept him on top with a 68. He had a fine 64 in the first round. Chick . Harbert of Northville, Mich., and Al Besselink of Gros- : singer, N. Y., who were tied with ! Mayer after the first 18, slipped during the second round. Harbert I shot a 69 to tie Pete Cooper of .White Plains. N. Y for the runner up spot at 133. Cooper bad a 66 I yesterday. , I Jim Turnesa, PGA champion . Briarcliff , N. Y., and Jim . Ferrler , of San franciscp were next with 134's. ! NEW YORK SF)- Hpyt Wil-helm of the Giants led the National 1 loop in earned run' average (2 43) ! and ln won-lost percentage (.833) i. . ,1 .!. 1 1 , . n miri xne inn unit in kiw history to achieve this double feat Additional Sports' ..... . ...... . On Page 6 St. Lbiiis Browns Certain; Chance To TAMPA." Fla. (UP) The transfer of the St. Louis Browns to Bat- timore was virtually "I aer ' today and the - switch -of - the- Boston Braves to Milwaukee was better than a 50-50 possibility, the United Press has learned. . The last and biggest stumbling block to the Browns' switch will be removed at next Monday' AmeN Jean League meeting here when Clark Griffith, 83-year-old owner of the Washington Senators, will announce bis approval at the request of league president Will Harridge, At the same time, the terrific behind-the-scenes pressure exerted by Bill Veeck, president of the Browns, may aweep aside objec tions by Baseball commissioner Ford Frick and other officials and install the Browns in Baltimore be fore the opening of the American League season on April is. ' Baltimore Has in Majors Baltimore has not been a big league city since 1903 when it wat replaced by New York in tne old American League. : The transfer of the Braves from Boston to Milwaukee is far from certain but appears likely, Braves' President . Lou Fermi originally ; favored remaining in Boston at least another year but the pressure built up by Veeck has forced him to reconsider. He now WSC Lesds.Vay In Mot Tourney SAN LUIS OBISPOi Calif. (UP) Defending Champion Washington State had eight athletes in the finals of the fourth annual Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Wrestling tournament today and was the hottest ' bet '. to , take this year's championship. In the heavyweight finals, Bob Roebuck of San Jose State ; is paired against Jack Ellens of UCLA. Roebuck and Ellena provided fans with an exhibition of swift and ' deft wrestling in the semis last night. Ellena pinned Oregon State's seconds and Roebuck had Skip Pixley helpless at two minutes, 14 seconds. ! But the ' biggest upset of the tourney went to Ron Kettering, finalist in the 157-pound division. Supple Kettering of Cal Poly pinned Ray Needham of Washington State at 3:25.. Needham went into the ring undefeated. Kettering vies with Ore (on State's Bill Giester -for the 157- pound crown., . Other finals matches today included: ., f 115-pound Jerry Hold, Wash ington State, vs. Gary McClain, tercgon State. - , , 137-pound James sease, Ore-Washington State. 147-pound Bill Tubbs, Oregon State, vs. Byron Nelson, Washington Stat. - 167-pound Dale Becker, Oregon State, vs. Del McGhee, Washington State." 191-pound t- Bob Crabbe, Washington State, vs. Lewis Williams, Oregon State. - Milvaiike COMPLETE GAME STATISTICS UNIVERSITY QF WYOMING VS. Piayar (Wyo.) Bob Burns ' ' Bill Sharp ;' Pos. F . F C G G F F G. All. 6 15 15 18 3 7 3 0 Ron Rivers " Harry Jorgensen Charles Wtng " Jim Mulvehal ' Bob Moore Danny Kuska Wyoming Team Totals 65 Santa Clara - Ken Sears F Jim Young F 17 4 11 5 10 8 9 5 Herb scnoenstem i; Dick Scares G Dick Garibaldi . O Gary Gatzert - F Don Benedettl G Mickey Mount F Santa Clara Totals 65 Halftim Scorn Santa Clara 26, Wyoming 24. Officials: Al Lightner and Bill Scollin. Shooting Frcnlags: Santa Clara, i ming.7 out of 65 attempts: .262. Halftime: Santa Clara, 9 out of 29 35 attempts: J!0u. Score by Quarters "1st Santa . Clara 1 , 20 Wyoming U. 11 Fr Throws Missdi Santa Clara Mount (3). Wyoming (10). Rivers (2), Jorgensen (3), Wing, Moore Z, fcuska (Z). , UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON VS. SEATTLE UNIVERSITY : Field Plsvtr (Wash.) Mike McCutchen , Doug. McClary Bob Houbregs Joe Ciprtano Charlie Koon Dean Parsons S'ill EUiott ill Ward Roland Holle bon Apeland , . , v , : rr Washington Team Sattl bay- Moscatel Jack Doherty Wayne Sanford td O'Brien , . Johnpy O'Brien Stan Glowaski Joe Pehanlck Jack Johansea John KeDey Pos. Att F F 7 9 35 9 13 1 0 0 1 C G G F G F G Totals 75 F ' F ' C G G C C G G 6 5 9 13 16 25 2 8 7 " Seattle Team Totals 91 25 28 Halftim Scor: Washington 47. Seattle 32. plfidslsi Bll Juengling and Alvin noottna Prcntaawj Washington, I m out ox vi aiiempis: - . Halftimei Washington, 20 out of 42 attempts: 38. ' ' ' cor sty Quarters . 1st : I Washington - 24, - .Seattle U ., Fr Throw Mliiadi WaKhlnrton I Cipruno (2), Koons, (J). Seattle 8. E. O'Brien, J. O'Brien 2; to Baltimore of Braves Transfer DeHcr Tlmn 50-50 says, "anything can happen.' Perini is expected to tell more about Boston's plans at a press conference at noon today in Bra. denton, Fla. He is expected to announce that the Braves will leave Boston. - The American and National League owners convene in Clear water, Fla. Veeck Haa Offer Only five owners are required to be present at the American and National League meeting and plans were underway today td poll as many as 11 officials by telephone, It was learned that Veeck't desire to make the move before the opening of the season stemmed from a 11,000.000 offer to purchase Sportsman s l ark ln St Louis made by August Busch. new owner of the St Louis Cardinals. The of fer is far higher than any Veeck has previously received but Busch is willing to pay that much to make the. Cardinals the only team in St Louis. -'-. ;: .' v Under: baseball law, Griffith could block- the switch of the Browns to . Baltimore because has "territorial . rights ' extending 90 miles in every direction from Washington. Griffith Wants Protection But Griffith, one of the founding fathers of the American League in 1900, has told Harridge he will ap prove the transfer providing his existing television and radio contracts involving Baltimore are pro tected. 1 ; Among the owners certain to back Veeck is Dan Topping, pres ident of the Yankees, who said last night that he is in favor of the switch "if certain conditions can be met and the thing can be pack aged up as Veeck says a can be." Perini's chief problem involved selling Braves Field since the Red Sox use Fenway Park. Perini values the park at $800,000. If the Braves go to Milwaukee, their affiliates, the Brewers, prob ably will be transferred to Toledo, O., which lost its American Asso ciation team to Charleston. W. Va.. last year. The switches would mark the first in the major leagues since 1903. Basketball Scores NCAA Western Regional Washington 92 Seattle 70 Santa Clara 67 Wyoming 52 - NCAA Tournament Second Round Holy Cross 79 Wake Forest 71 LSU 89 Lebanon valley 7. KntiKfls 73 Oklahoma Cltv 65 Oklahoma! A&M 71 Texas Chris tian 54 4 Notre Dame 69ePennsylvania 57 Indiana 82 Del'aul 80 NAIA Tournament Semi Final Round Hamline 73 ; East' Texas. 71 . f . Southwest Missouri 84 Indiana State 78 PREP HOOP SCORES State B Tourney? ChamMotuhlp semi-finals Echo 56, Chiloquin 36 Elgin 59. Jefferson 41 Consolation semi-finals Knappa 64, Brownsville 40 Heppner 59, Drain 47 SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY t ieiauoais rroainrows ror. toiai Mad Alt. Mad Fouls Pht. Rab. 0 '4 10 9 0 5 2 1 S 1 9 2 8 3 1 2 2 28 4 5 2 0 6 2 6 7 1 5 5 1 3 4 2 0 1 7 23 4 13 2 1 2 0 17 18 21 52 31 19 S 10 2 . 8 0 8 13 3 8 4 10 4 1 2 21 32 23 21 67 45 21 out of 65 attempts: .323; Wyo- , attempts: .310; Wyoming, 7 out of ' 2nd 3rd 4th Total 23 18 87 15 - - 13 V- B2 .6 "7 (7), Sears, Young (2), Gatzert, Goals Fr Throws Per. Total Mad Alt Mad foul Pis. Rb. 4 10 5 20 4 6 1 0 0 0 0 8 4 1 0 0 0 0 10 45 12 13 2 0 0 0 11 10 6 3 , 5 0 0 0 39 23 14 J 92 43 '1 0 I 3 6 10 0 2 0 0 . 2 4 14 4 J 0 1 0 0 0 J 12 2 2 .0 1 20 3 1 0 4 2 2 2 1 2 2 0 2 9 24 22 2 4 5 4 8 13 4 17 70 38 Mercer. . ' 39 out o 75 attempts: .520; Seattle, t ... , , of 41 attempts: ';488: "Seattle, 10 out , 2nd 3rd 23 21 i 16 M) MrTlarw 4tla ' Tolal 24 92 22 : 70 Houbregs (4), (2), im ' T4r he SOARE3 SCORES for Sanla Clara. Dick Soars (4) canned L i cr,' ., field goal of fha samo in this ming contest last night, but his win. Too lata lo block th shot HamlfosSW Missouri State in NAIA Finals KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UP)-Ham. line University and Southwest Missouri State meet tonight for the championship of the 15th annual NAIA Basketball Tournament, with a -record due to fall no matter which team wins. Hamline of St, Paul., Minn., came from behind to trim East Texas State. 73 to 71. last night after Southwest Missouri beat In diana State, 84 to 78, with only four players in action during the last three minutes., , Hamline is the tournev's onlv three time winner and a victory over Southwest Missouri, of Springfield, would mean an unprecedented four championships. The Mis. souri quintet . is r the defend ing champion.; and never has one of the. .pravJpuv.lA wieners, been., soie to tura tne trick tne next yean East Texas and Indiana State tangle in the-consolation game. The score was tied at 72-all when Southwest Missouri lost its fifth player on five fouls, and had only four left -to play against the five remaining Indiana Staters. ' No one gave the Missourians much of a chance, but Ray Bird-song, Don Duckworth, Bill Price nd Bill Thomas combined to hit the Indiana State basket for 12 points while they held the five Hoosiers to only half that total. Kahut Wins Decision KLAMATH FALLS (UP) Joe Kahut, , veteran 185-pounder from Woodburrj,, Ore., jabbed his way to a unanimous 10-round decision over Chuck Ross, 200, Portland, in a Heavyweight boxing match here last night . , In the Scheduled six-round semi. final. Ralph Wieser, Beatty, Ore.; knocked oat Ace Hewkin, Portland, in two minutes of the first round. 8 ''LET'S GO SEE '' ' . " i 'i 'i ... ' . , , - BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY!'': We're the folks to see if you are looking' '. x notch Ready Mixed Cement and Concrete Pipe, Our Concrete Pipe is durable', in' economical. ." Our Ready . Mixed Cement is expertly mixed o give you cement that is toughj ond "durable." ":' ' ' Come in or coll 3-6814 for oil your needs. Support your local Red Cross drive. 2 I 3 0 1 B U I LDERS 611 S. 2nd. - t action shot from th Bronco W?v mates got plenty mors for 11 -it ' Is Bob Burns (10) of Wyomkj. - .. , OSC Crovnm ;i Head Soulh for Stanford Most The Oregot State virsity "crew will1: travel to Berkeley over the spring vacation for a race with the University of California, then go to Palo Alto for another race with Stanford. This trip will offrciall star the spring racing Schedule for the crew. This crew is compose almost completely of green men with only two men with previous varsity experience. ' ' "The crew will travel in their own cars and wil) be paying their own expenses. At a snort fneeting Mont day night, they elected Bob Col lins-captain for -Abe t wo , races, , The starting lineup far the race will probably be a follows: ,. Boh Collins, stroke: Jack Burkes. No. 7; Dana Murton, No, 6; Myron, Martin, No. 5; Ben Engstrand, No. 4; Vern Knight, No. 3; Ott Bauer, No. "2; Pat Bleakney, bow: ana Charles Johnson, coxwain. , ' Alternates are Tim Garrett, Niels Rcimers, and Zinn Safley is manager. . .;,;. ' . . . Sports Today BASKETBALL GUI CoUseum.' i NCAA final round playoffs foj '" wlern regional champions . ship. First gam runnmup' 4 , SEATTLE yt WYOMING, 7:30 p.m. Broadcast over KRUL and KOAC Second . flam championxhio -, WASHINGTON vs SANTA CLARA, 9:30 p.m. Broadcast"' ovr KRUL and KOAC. eU-;,', ', cast over KPTV (second gam only). J " ;" .' i .' '.-.vl.''r .5 1 SU RPLY; CO. , Plat 3 6314 I nil 1 iu i VftJ i . in fil sWMsMsVsMHMsHMsVSC! ...tvu V A ill .. ? f 'i s ,' -. 1 ...... . t . m

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