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2 afcoangeICim Port IV MONDAY, NOV. 3, 1952 SPORTRAITS By AL WOLF When "Washington Huskies up and downed Stanford' Indians recently, th Northwest clique was saved from what otherwise probably would have been another skunkeroo year in conference competition with the California membership. For seven earlier games this season had all resulted in victories for clubs representing the Golden State. And the five still to be played unquestionably will find the Oregon and Washington participants "en-Joying underdog status in every case. In 1951, you may recall, the Northwest schools salvaged only a lone tie (Washington, 20; UCLA, 20) in 14 showdowns against California clubs. Two of the remaining PCC "intersectionals' are on tap this week Oregon State vs. UCLA at the Coliseum, California vs. Washington at Seattle. After them come Washington vs. Southern California, Stanford vs. Oregon and California vs. Washington State. All of which seems to add up to another mig.ity lean season for the Northwest brethren. Particularly cinchy would seem to be the week end fare here. For while the Beavers threw a king-sized scare Into Michigan State, currently the country's No. 1 club, before succumbing by a narrow 17-14 margin, they've gone right on losing ever since. The Uclans, on the contrary, have yet to meet defeat. Oregon State has been far over its head against any and all California opposition for quite a spell now, last lifting a south-of-the-Siskiyous scalp in 1948. Since that faraway campaign, the Staters have lost 12 in a row to Califor-nians, including a pair this fall Stanford, 28-41, and Southern Cal, 6-28. Time was when the Northwest schools pretty well held their own against the southern set. But since the war, during which only the Huskies continued playing football and that against generally second-rate opposition because of the travel ban it has been a vastly different story. Resuming full-scale participation in 1946, the Northwest, foursome of Washington, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State ha played 84 games with the California quartet. The result: 17 wins, 65 losses, 2 ties. Think what the reckoning would be if two standouts hadn't materialized during those seven seasons Oregon of 1948 and Washington of 1950. The '48 Webfoots, sparked by the pin-point passing of Norm Van Brocklin, knocked off the Indians, Bruins and Trojans, but didn't meet the Bears. The '50 Huskies, blessed with the presence of both Hugh McElhenny and Don Heinrich, whipped UCLA, Stanford and SC but lost to California. Otherwise, It has been pretty dismaL Indeed, soma folks have been suggesting and with many a second that the Coast Conference start playing its football on a two-division basis, as it does Its basketball, so that the California schools won't have to "waste" so many Saturdays fulfilling league commitments. These people would rather see the Californians take on biggies from other sections of the country when they're not battling among themselves and then decide the PCC championship with one play-oft game. We can't go along with such sentiment, even though we suspect that the Northwest is destined to serve mostly as a punching bag for Californians henceforth. Unless more Golden State prepsters decide to migrate northward for educational purposes, that is. Bobby Garrett of Stanford can. make seasonal history Saturday by completing a touchdown pass against SC. It hasn't been done yet in 1952! That stalwart SC defense has yielded only three touchdowns in six games and all have resulted from rushes. Dick Bower tallied from the 1-yard line for Washington State, Dale Atkeson went over from the 3 for San Diego Navy and Wally Jackson streaked 14 for Oregon State. But touchdown passes? No, sir! In this aerial age, that's an amazing record. We doubt that any other major eleven in the land can make the same boast. Even if Garrett fails, though. It'll be strictly miraculous should Troy's pass-proof record withstand subsequent assaults by such gents as Washington's Don Heinrich, UCLA's Paul Cameron and Notre Dame's Ralph Guglielmi. Wotta succession of sharpshooters! Lions Score 17-6 Upset Over Browns DETROIT, Nov. 2 VP) End Leon Hart's leaping fingertip catch in the second period and hi3 easy catch of another touchdown pass from Bobby Layne in the fourth period pushed the Detroit Lions to a 17-6 victory over the favored Cleveland Browns before a sell-out crowd of 56,-029 fans today. Hart, 6-foot 5-inch giant from Notre Dame, was celebrating his 24th birthday. He Jumped as high as he could to take the 7-yard pass for the first touchdown but had no trouble hauling In the 9-yard pass for the other score. The defeat was only the second for the Browns, leaders In the American Conference of the National Football League. The savage defensive play of End Jim Doran and Tackle Thur-man McGraw crushed the Browns' hopes of coming from behind In the second half. On successive plays Doran tossed Conerly, Price Star as Giants Trounce Cards CHICAGO, Nov. 2 VP) The New York Giants with Chuck Conerly pitching two scoring passes and Eddie Price barging to two more touchdowns, stole six Ch'cago aerials and recovered four of their fumbles to flatten the Cardinals, 28-6, today. The Giants, a touchdown fa vorite despite their 24-23 loss to the Cardinals in New York earlier, shot into a share of the American Conference lead in the National Football League. Cardinals Lead A Comiskey Park crowd of 27,- 195 watched the Cardinals take a 6-0 lead in the first quarter only to have the Giants go ahead to stay when Price streaked through the middle of the Chicago line and bolted 75 yards for a touchdown. Ray Poole booted the first of his four extra points. A 44-yard runback of a punt by Em Tunell set up a 3-yard j scoring stab by .Price early in the second quarter. Later Conerly hit Bill Stribling on a 52- yard scoring play and the Gi ants wheeled into a 21-6 half- time bulge. In the first half Price gained 106 yards in 16 carries and wound up with 117 in 28 trips. Sitko Rambles Late in the period, Conerly speared Bob McChesney on a 39-yard touchdown play to balloon the victory margin. It was the Giants fourth win in six league games. Red Sitko's 42-yard run in the first quarter gave Charlie Trippi a chance to toss a 22-yard touchdown pass to Rookie Anderson of Indiana. 8CORS BY QUARTERS Giants 7 14 0 728 Cardinals 6 O O 0 6 uianta Kcorlnz: to price, 2; strib-ung, McChesney. PAT Poole. 4. Cardinals scoring: TO Anderson. STATISTICS Glanta Cards Pint downs 9 17 Rushing yardage 150 164 Passing yardage 108 147 Passes attempted .......... 16 Passes completed A Passes Intercepted . 3 38 13 6 7 39.4 4 18 Punts 8 Punting average .......... 43.5 Fumbles lost 0 Tarda penalised 55 Saturday's Late Major Grid Scores Hardin-Simmons, 14; Santa Clara, 14. Whittler. 42; Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo), 20. Fresno State, 49; San Diego State, 33. Texas A&M, 31; Arkansas, 12. La Verne, 21; Caltech, 20. Arizona, 13; New Mexico, 7. JUXIOR COLLEGE Antelope Valley, 52; Oceanside, 0. Palo Verde, 20; Phoenix, 6. Santa Monica, 26; Harbor, 13. Imperial Valley, 26; Palomar, 12. Punchers Headline Olympic Ring Card Willie Vaughn and Jesus Fuen- tes, middleweights, punched their way into the main event at the Olympic Auditorium tomor row night; both won their last fights by knockout, in spectacu-lar style. Vaughn flattened Richie Lopez in the first heat on ept 16: Brother Jesus stole 'he show from Brother Ramoni the State welter champ, by knocking out spencer Coleman In the 4th. Both were one-punch KOs. Sulky Driver Hurt BATAVIA, N.Y, Nov. 2 VP) lvi Harner, leading harness race driver in me country, suffered a broken leg when he was thrown to the track during the final night of the Batavia Downs season last night. ITEMS FOR MEN FREE Culot Request VITA PHARMACAL 1 11 7 N. Wattsrn, l.A. 29, Dspt. T Quarterback Otto Graham for 19-yard and 11-yard losses In the second half. Later when the Browns were on the march, Doran hit Graham's arm as he passed and the ball was deflected into the arms of Lion Lavern Torgeson. Pat Harder booted a 43-yard field goal as the Lions went ahead 10-3 at halftime. Harder converted twice. Groza Kicks Pair Lou (the Toe) Groza kicked 12-yard and 41-yard field goals for the Browns' only points. He missed on two other tries. The crowd, basking in summery November weather of 70 degrees, .saw Layne throw 40 yards to End Cloyce Box to set up the first score late in the second quarter. Layne also threw two short ones to Halfback Jug Girard and a 14-yard pass to Hart. . Then, with the ball on the 7, Layne fired directly under the goal-post bar and Hart, standing in the end zone stretched as high as he could to take it. Jack Christiansen intercepted Graham's pass and ran it back 30 yards to midfield. Bob Hoern-schemeyer streaked around left end 41 yards. And with the ball on the 9, Layne rifled a pass to Hart who caught ?t on the 2 and carried one tackier into the end zone. BOOKS BT QUARTERS Cleveland Browns .... 3 O 3 O 6 uecroit uone o jo o 717 Browns scoring: Field coals Groza. 3. Lions scoring: TD Hart, a. PAT Haider. 3. Field goal Harder. STATISTICS - Cleveland Detroit First downs 15 20 Rushing yardage 107 142 Passing yardage 107 161 Passes attempted , 32 34 Passes completed ...13 - 15 Passes Intercepted 3 3 Punts 4 5 Punting averaga ........... 48 - 40 Fumbles lost ............... 1' . 0 Tarda penalised 38 65 Rowdy Repeats as Gold Cup Rhodes Champ BY BOB RUSKAUFF Times Correspondent NEWPORT HARBOR, Nov. 2. Howard Chastaln in the Rhodes sloop Rowdy was the only 1951 champion to repeat as 108 yachts in 10 classes today completed the traditional Gold Cup series of the Newport Harbor Yacht Club. Chastain scoring two wins led eight rivals commandingly with second spot going to Stratford Enright's Witch. Both rep resented the NHYC. Five Southland clubs put sail ors Into the win column and despite lightish winds the series proved one of the finest yet logged. The over-all entry was record, topping the 94 boats which competed in 1949. Coin Toss A coin toss was required In the sporty Lehman class which wound up in a point deadlock between Bart Henderson's Bolero of Balboa YC and fleetmate Wee Mite sailed by the girl champion of the class, Virginia Haskell. Results in one fleet, ocean rac ing yachts were not completed late this evening. Other results to two places follow: OCEAN COURSES INTERNATIONAL 110 (11 entries! 1. Caprice, Dick Lough. San Diego, 3'; 2. Princess; Harold ScMerolt, Balboa, 74. LUDEBS 16 (ID 1. Little Lulu. Keith Herbert, Los Angeles. 6: 2. Josephine V, Robert Collins, Newport Harbor, 10. PO (11) 1. Pamltn. Fred Smales, Balboa, 31,; Paloma. Mike Burke, Balboa, 9. INTERNATIONAL 14 (1511. Fiance, Jim Douglas, 6 ; 2. Catorce, Karl Eichen- iauo, oussion car. lu. STAR CLASS (IS) L Chaser H, Bin Picker. Newport Harbor. 4Vi; 3. North Star IL Lowell North, San Disco, IV. DAT COURSES SNIPS f!3 entries) 1. Leeway Jr.. Th Thompson, Alamltos Bay, 10: 3. Satan, Jim Clinton, Alamltos Bay. 13. lJUK'rr4iNG (11; l. Atlanta. Ed cotter, Balboa, 54: 2. Wlndlngo, John Carlo-US. Balboa. 6V2. OCEAN RACINf en Corrected time ra. suits withheld. BEARS Continued from First Page the third canto and things looked brighter for the home-breds. But Albert's gamble failed early in the last stanza and Steve Romamk quickly pitched to Billy Wightkin (21 yards) for the tying tally. The turnaway crowd groaned through the next 10 minutes as everything their favorites tried was turned back by the man-eating monsters. SCORS BT QUARTERS Chicago Bears O 10 O 10 SO Sen Francisco 3 7 7 0 17 umcago scoring: ia w lent Kin. 3. pat Blanda. 3. Field goals White. Blsnda. San Francisco scorine? TT Snlt.&u. McElhenny. PAT Soltau, 3. Field goal WMHU, STATISTICS , . , Chicago S.F. First downs 15 14 Rushing yardage 117 170 Passing yardage 103 147 Passes attempted 34 28 Passes completed 8 16 Passes Intercepted 1 0 Punts S 7 Punting average 43.5 41.4 Fumbles lost 1 1 Yards penalized 51 45 College Polo Kev Uexie Killtarr Institute, i Stanford. 1. u. r. uuuui iui TRUCK TIRES & RECAPPING 7tfc - TH, Jtlamtdi 6393 t"wrn"Tp nn ! tt-3 Flitt Jervlc at FlMtPriwt TICX EDWARDS JJRE CO. LEON THE LION Big Leon two Cleveland tackJers after Redskins Rally Too Late as Steel ers Win, 24-23 WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (&) The Washington Redskins went into the last period trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-7, today but put on such a furious rally they came within a point of tying the score. The Steelers grimly hung on to win, 24-23. The Redskins had a chance, though a slim one, of winning the National Football League game. But Ed KIssell, Pittsburgh defensive back, intercepted one of Eddie Lebaron's passes to end the threat with only 35 seconds left. The 25,866 fans saw an aston- UCLA, SC Left Among 5 Major Unbeaten Teams NEW YORK, Nov. 2 m-The list of collegiate football's unbeaten, untied teams dwindled to 28 today. UCLA, Georgia Tech and Maryland with seven straight victories, and Michigan State and Southern California, with six in a row, are among the nation's top teams that have yet to lose or tie. Among the 12 teams to drop from the ranks of the unbeaten, untied over the week end were Dtike and Villanova. Unbeaten and untied college football teams: EIGHT GAMES TP OF Pern (Neb.) Tchers. 367 60 Seren Games Georgia Tech 19S 34 Maryland 197 37 UCLA 151 . 41 Tennessee Tech ............. .. 161 73 Lawrence Wis.) 184 87 Northeastern Stat (Okla.) 163 65 Ricks (Ida.) 173 99 ICC C.AMF.S Michigan 8UU 188 54 SC 148 19 Miami (O.) 32S 40 East Texas State 291 67 Alfred 184 ' 83 Rochester 14S ' 63 Clarion 152 24 SMppensbure (Pa.) ............. 220 14 Belolt (Wis.) 153 18 Iowa Wesleraa, , 208 7 Idaho State 177 55 Flndlay (O.) , US 78 Northern state (S.u. 179 43 FIVE GAMES Franklin and Marshall 143 98 Maryland State ( 145 19 Westchester (Pa.) . 210 26 Fairmont State (W.Va.) 137 SI Montclalr (N.J.) 123 13 St. Norbert (Wis.) 69 20 Lenoir Rhyne 182 37 mM NO STICKY, CLOGGING CREAM! ... razor's clean in one rinse 1 No wasted time) "lathering up." Just press button and spread! Instantly, miracle FOAM SHAVE surrounds your whiskers with billions of activa bubbles takes the fight out in seconds. You shave) quicker, closer, cleaner and you stay shaved much longerl Just spread it on and go! You sots mlnutss In shaving! Gtt Msnnsn Foam Shars today! .3 f -AY -V , Hart of Detroit is brought down on own 39-yard line by taking pass. Detroit eleven surprised Browns, 17 to 6. UP) Wlrephoto ishing football game. For three periods, the Redskins rarely could do anything right and Pittsburgh took advantage of every error. v The biggest advantage was supplied by Ray Mathews, Pittsburgh's punt return specialist, who for the second straight week returned a kick 70 yards for a touchdown. , Field Goal Backfires The Steelers' first touchdown came when Pittsburgh turned a Redskin field goal attempt into seven points. George Buksar tried a kick from the 45 and booted it directly into the incoming Steeler line. Thirty-five yards out a Pittsburgh guard, Dale Dodrill, grabbed it on the bounce and ran for the touchdown. These two touchdowns, plus a 22-yard field goal by Gary Ker-korian, gave the Steelers a 17-7 lead at the half. They boosted that to 24-7 by marching back with the kickoff that opened the second half. Franny Rogel plowed across from the 1. That was all for Pittsburgh. LeBaron was the big gun. He had scored the first Washington touchdown on a quarterback sneak, in the first period, and he passed for the two touchdowns in the rip-snorting finish. A safety started the Redskin rally. Back to pass, Pittsburgh's Jim Finks was knocked out of the end zone by Redskin End Jerry Hennessey. Then belatedly, LeBaron got to work. One pass went for 40 yards to Hugh Taylor for a touchdown. Two minutes later another pass to Taylor gained 45 yards and put the ball on the Steeler 13. LeBaron then passed to Charley Justice for the touch down. SCORS BT QUARTERS Pittsburgh T 10 1 03 Washington 7-6 0 1623 Pittsburgh a e o r 1 n . TD IVwtrin Mathews, Rosel. PAT Kerkorlan, 3. Field goal Kerkorlan. Safety Finks (tackled oy Mennesseyi. WASHINGTON scorint: TD LeBaron, STATISTICS . J Pitt. First, downs 12 Rushing yardage .......... 134 Wash. 22 159 230 24 IS Passina yardase 41 Passes attempted -Passes completed Passes Intercepted Punts Punting average . . Fumbles lost , Yards penalized . . 18 7 2 6 42 O 115 1 4 37 1 65 lilnl MOK8 THAW A I MOUTH SUPPLY f if s- I Finch Captures Lead From Dyer Frank Finch , took the pole irom craven uyer m me urys tal Gazers football-picking race by tabbing 32 out of 38 winners over the week end. Ha leads Dyer by one game. Dick Hyland and Al Wolf posted the next-best records 31-7 but failed to improve their positions. Sports Editor Paul Zimmerman and Dyer named 30 winners and Paul Schissler and Boots Erb picked 29 correct. The standings (with week's record in parentheses): W L Pet. Finch (32-8) 195 49 .799 Dyer (30-8) 194 50 .795 Hyland 131-7) ..... 193 51 .790 Zimmerman (30-8) 183 61 .750 Schissler (29-9) ,... 180 64 .737 Ero (29-9) 178 bS .729 Wolf (31-7) .... 177 67 .725 Victoria, Magyars Play Soccer Tie Victoria's Howard Graydon scored a goal late in the contest to net Victoria a 3-3 tie with Magyars ' yesterday in the feature game of a five-fray Greater L.A. Soccer League program at two sites yesterday. The Victoria-Magyar clash at Rancho Stadium was preceded by league-leading St. Stephens' hard-fought 1-0 win over Atlas as Carlos Padilla registered the lone point. Results: At Kancho stadium: Danes. 8; Maccabees, 0. St. Stephens. 1: Atlas, 0. Victoria. 3; Magyars. 3 (tie). At Verdugo Playground: Vikings, 7; Nacionales, 0. Swiss, 4: Scots, 2. Brewers Beat Cards Eastslde Beer " ... 12J 110 0108 f 3 Eastside Cardinals. . 200 020 0004 3 5 Resendea and Marines; Pacheco and Lugo. WHEEL ALIGNMENT $,150 BRAKES $9IL RELINED V Materia.. ALL LATE CARS. Net a Sideline. We Seaelallse WHEELS BALANCED ' I ii BANES BRAKE SERVICE 2431 t. StAUSON.......... JE. SJ6 1234 S. WESTERN ...RE. 2-3381 533 N. IA BREA ............WE. 3-3377 1731 E. SIAUSON.... lO. 5-4682 918 SO. BOYLE AN. 2-2911 in Picking Race v: LATE SCORE GIVES PACKERS 12-10 WIN MILWAUKEE, Nov. 2 VP) Rookie Deral Teteak blocked Ad rian Burk's last-c-uarter - punt and John Martmkovic bulled nine yards into the end zone with the loose ball today to give Green Bay a 12-10 National Foot ball League victory over Phila delphia. The loss knocked the Eagles out of a chance to tie Cleveland and New York for the leadership in the American Conference. Paige's Pitching Baffles Snider in Wrigley Game American League pitching finally stopped Duke Snider. The pitcher was Satchel Paige of the St. Louis Browns, who held the slugging Brooklyn Dodger hitless yesterday as the Kansas City Royals defeated the Major-Minor All-Stars, 7 to 6, at Wrigley Field before 2500 fans. Paige got Snider on three in field pop-ups on change-of-pace deliveries and then got him on an outfield fly. Relief Pitcher Andy Porter, pitching to Snider with the bases loaded, also got him on an outfield fly which lacked just a few feet of soaring into the right-field bleachers. As it was, all the fly did was to drive in a run from third base. Hitting stars of the day were Whitey Thompson of the All-Stars, with four hits, and Chris Remo of the Royals, with three. Irv Noren pumped a pair of doubles. Paige went five innings and yielded only two tallies, with Connie Johnson and Porter fin ishing up. Porter came, to John son's rescue In the eighth. Hajers-Mleera Kin. City Royila HI CI IBE tl thomesoa,ss 6 4 3 3 4 3 2 0 Bridges.3b 4 0 3 0 Branham.lf 3 2 2 0 Zarills.rt 4 110 8oueU,3b 3 0 12 .ri x i u Boueu,4o a V l A r.ct 5 0 1 1 4 1 10 1 4 3 10 Nesl.2b 3 112 9 2 8 0 Uerrick.rt 2 0 0 0 Snider xf S 0 Noren, Connors. Burbriak.c 5 2 4 1 4 14 3 Sturceon.2b 5 15 0 Heywood.e 3 1 7 0 Chsadler.B 2 0 0 3 Pslge.p 3 0 0 1 Cecil.? 2 10 2 Johoson.p OOOO Green.rf 10OO Porter. 0 0 0 0 Totals 41 14 24 10 Totals 30 8 27 SCOBS BT INNINGS Malors-Minen 010 100 3108 K.C. Royals 002 050 OOi 7 Pitcher IP AB R H Pain 5 22 2 7 Johnson 24 14 2 7 Porter ....... 1 5 1 0 Chandler 5 22 - 8 8 Cecil 3 8 0 1 EB BB 80 .2 0 3 2 0 O 4 2 0 1 HB ZarUla by Johnson. PB Heywood. WP Johnson, 2. LOB Major-Minors. 11: KC Royals. 6. 2B 2oren, 2; 3esl. Remo, Bran-ham, Thompson. SH Brsnham. Souell. Porter. Hli-soueli. KHi Bnrqnns, jsrannam. Alston, Willis. Heywood. Ztrllla. Noren. Connors. Sni der. IP Alston to Willis to Alston; Snider to Bridges, Winner Paige. Loser Chandler. Time Zh. I'mrjirea tfsuocK ana Asniora. Aiiena ance. 2500. LARGEST IN It- ii-Wm J f .-----jl ,1irf-iriirJ-i'1liiiiiiir i n Tii - ri n nr- -f - I OPEN YOUR if AWJGS ACCOUNT AT COAST r RESOURCES OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS Only one touchdown was earned as both teams frittered away scoring chances befor a modest crowd of 10,149 In Marquette Stadium. The Packers first quarter tal ly, a 21-yard pass from Vito (Babe) Parillito Floyd (Breezy) Reid was the single deserved touchdown. Fred Cons missed both conversion tries. Swiped Pass The Eagles' touchdown cam when Russ Craft intercepted a pass by Tobm Rote In the final period and went 30 yards untouched into the end zone. Bob Walston's 23-yard field goal in the opening period followed Vic Sears recovery of a Cone fumble. Walston also kicked the extra point after Craft's touchdown. A pair of pass interceptions apiece and nine fumbles six by the Packers and three by the Eagles marred the game, played under partly cloudy skies in temperatures in the mid-50s. 6CORB BT QUARTERS ' Philadelphia ......... 3 0 0 710 Green Bay .. 6 0 12 PMledelDhia seorlnar "TD Craft 1T Walston. Held goal Walston. Oreen Bav aeorins" m l..t kovic STATISTICS Oreem Philadelphia R. First downs a 1 Rushing yardage 58 13T passing yaraage "70' 153 Passea attempted .......... 131 3S Passes completed 7 , - j0 Passes intarcerjterl . 9 o Punts 12 Puntinc average 42 . 44 Fumbles lost 3 . 4 yards penalized 35 71 Merrill, Driskel Win Laguna Golf John Merrill and Paddy Dris kel won the 36-hole Laguna Beach Country Club Golf Tournament with a best-ball score of 108. LOW NET It HOLES John Merrill-Faddy Driskel . (Laguna Beach), 108. -Lee Metzger (Santa Ana Bumps' Oolter (Laguna Beach. 109. Fred Hodge ( Laguna Beach) -Sherman Kunkel (Palos Verdes). 109. Wally Talt - Clyde Jones (Laguna Beach), 109. Won play-off for second place. LOW NET FIRST ROUND Metwer. Goiter, 52. LOW NET SECOND ROUND Duncan Puett (Oakmont)-Ted Williams (Laguna Beach), 83. RonowrxW tor Wt!M EIIBS OF BEEr Oe la Cleeeoe NUk W WM4 teetawss torn. IswV HI siL-lifciSJs.i THE VEST!f fawn

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