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Friday Evening, June 1, 1962. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Mint Dodgers Within Half Game Of Giants Casey's Mets Drop llth Straight Game By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer Gentlemen, we've reached the millennium! • Walt Alston, that hide-bound conservative, has 'finally come around to admitting he's "a bit • optimistic" about his Los Angeles (Dodgers' pennant chances. Never one--for 'making rash statements, Alston looked like he could hardly help himself after his streaking Dodgers .won their llth straight and climbed within a half-game of the National ' League lead by polishing off the 'New York Mets, 6-3, Thursday night. "1'ni rather slow at becoming optimistic," he said, in what certainly has to be the understatement of the month, "but if our kids keep playing the way they have been, I think yre may have a chance." Figure In Win Three of the "kids" Alston had v in' mind figured prominently in Thursday night's triumph at the Polo Grounds. Larry Bui-right, a 24-year-old rookie, produced a two-run .triple that broKe a 2-all tie in the sixth inning; 23-year-old Tommy Davis collected three of the Dodgers' 10 hits and drove in two runs, and Ron Fairly, another 23-year-old, slugged his third homer in as j many games. Two Dodger, veterans also had a hand in dealing the Mets their llth straight setback. Right-hander Ed Roebuck, still one of the better relievers around at the ripe "old" age of 30, allowed only one hit over five innings to win his third straight without a loss, and 29-year-old Maury Wills stole three bases in addition to getting three hits. Wills now has stolen 27 'bases in 30 tries. Phils Beat Giants The -Philadel'ptia Phillies ended the San Francisco Giants' seven- game winning streak and a seven-game losing streak of their own with a 2-1 victory, the Pittsburgh Pirates shaded the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4, the revitalized Cincinnati Reds knocked off the Milwaukee Braves, -7-4, and the Houston Colts downed the Chicago Cubs, 10-6. ! Cleveland moved one full game in front in the American League by beating Baltimore, 4-3, .the Ite- troit Tigers crushed the Chicago White Sox, 13-5, and the Kansas City A's squeezed past the Washington Senators, 1-0, in the only other game scheduled. Major League Results By United Press International National League Los Angeles Oil 003 100— 6 10 1 'New York 101 000 001—-3 3 0 Moeller, Roebuck (4), Perran- oski (9)/and N.' Sherry. .Jackson, Mackenzie (9) and Taylor. Winner —Roebuck (3-0). Loser — Jackson '(2-6). MR-!Fairly. St. Louis . ; 10fr 020 001— 4 10 0 'Pittsburh 121 001 OOx— 591 Simmons, MoDaniel (2) and'Sa- watski. Friend, Face (9), Olivo (9) and Leppert. Winner—Friend (5-6). Loser — Simmons (6-2). HR —Mazeroski. Cincinnati, 002 002 300— 7 10 1 Milwaukee 000 002 020— 471 Purkey ;(9-l) and Edwards. Willey, BurdeMe (8) and Torre. Loser 1 —-Willey (0-3). HR—Robinson, Aaron. Houston 020 030 005—10 10 1 Chicago 200102100—6 70 Bruce, Sonte (7), MoMaJion (8) and H. Smith, Ranew (9) Ells- wfth, r Buhl (5), Elston (8), Schultz (9) and Tappe.. Winner— McMahon (1-1). Loser — Elston (2-2). HR-'Hubbs, H. Smith; Santo, Brook, Pendleton. San Fran 000 000 001— 1- 61 Philadelphia 200 000 OOx— 261 O'Del'l, Bolin (8) and Haller. Mahaiffey (5-6) and White. Loser —O'Dell (5-3). American League Cleveland- OOO 1 004 000— 4- 8 2 Baltimore . 210000000—3 42 Grant, Bell (8) and - Romano. Roberts, Stock (6), Hoeft (8) and Johnson. Winner — Grant (3-)0. Loser—Roberts (04). HE — Han- INTERFERENCE?—Pirate third baseman Don Iloak collides with Cards' Bill, White, standing on (bird base, as he tries to catch Ken Boyer's infield fly in (he third inning of game in Pittsburgh Thursday. Third base umpire Tony Vcnzon- ruled that White interfered on the play and as a result lioyer was called out at first. Cardinal manager Johnny Kcanc then decided to play the. game under protest. ' (UPI) •' Washington 000 000 000— 061 Kansas City 000 000 001— 170 Hamilton '(1-2) and Reyzer. Walker (6-2) and Azcue. Chicago 000 002 201— 592 Detroit .. 000 235 30x—13 10.0 Zanni, Baumann (6), Kemmerer '(6), DeBusschere (7) and Lollar. Foytack, Kline (7) and Brown. Winner — Foylack (4-1). '(Loser —Zanni 02-2). HR—Bruton, Farley, Wood. (Only games scheduled) PALMER HAS 4-PUTT GREEN Gay Brewer Leads at Memphis With Neat 64 By STEVE BLOCKMAN United Press International MEMPHIS, Tenn. ('UPI) — A star-studded field -of 140 top golfers teed off today in pursuit of Gay Brewer, who fashioned a sizzling six-under-par 64 Thursday to take the first-round lead in the $40,000 Memphis Open golf tournament. The 30-year-old shotmaker from Crystal River, Fla., bagged s i x birdies -and a spectacular 80-foot chip shot that trickled into the cup on 14 during his hot round. Arnold Palmer, the tour's leading money winner with $59,308, started slowly with a '71- which placed him well 'back, in the race for 'first place cash of $6,400. ' Brewer, 23rd on the current money list with $11,131, snatched the early lead away from South African Gary Player, Don January and Billy Max-well, who won the inaugural Memphis Open in 1958. They 'carded 65s. Hits Straight "I hit pretty close to the hole all day," Brewer said following the 18 holes in which he look only 28 putts. The black-haired pro finished 21st last week in the-"500" Festival Tournament at Indianapolis. • ~ Brewer won three tournaments in 1961 including 'back-to-foack victories at- West Palm Beach and the Mobile Open. He also copped the Carling Open at Baltimore. Palmer, the gallery favorite o! the estimated .6,000 spectators, loured the front nine in 35 and carded a 36 on the back. He ran into trouble on the par 3' nintih hole taking four putts to get down for a double-ibogey : 5. Player and January each compiled seven birdies and two bogeys with cards of 32-33. Max- Name Winners in Ladies Tourney Sue Gaby and Natalie Carney were the winners in the Ladies Day golf tournament Thursday at Dykeman Golf Course. The two paired for the low net honors. Rita Kendall and Enid Jones were high net. The tournament was under the co-chairmanship of Natalie Carney and Pat Carney. Next week the ladies will take ps-'. in a flag day tourney with starting time set fo;r 9 a.m. well, who also scored 32-33, fired a' smooth round featuring five birdies and the rest pars. Close To Leaders The 1961 Open champion, Gene Littler,, shot 66 to fall into a tie with Al Balding, Tony Pena and Dow Finsterwald. Cary Middlecoff, defending champion and the hometown favorite, • took a 72. He appeared headed for a Sub-par round when disaster struck at the 7th hole. -He was three under par at that pfiint but 'took a triplc-vbogey 7. George ,Coors and Bobby Weaver shared low amateur score at 74. Cabiness Blanks Cardinals, 3-0 GALVESTON-Washington Tp. Hatchets defeated the Galveston Cards in a summer league baseball game here Thursday 3-0, in eight innings, one over the regular distance. It was' a ' scoreless duel'until the 8th when the Hatchets scored three times when two walks, a single, double and passed ball tallied the only runs. .Lloyd Cabiness, who pitched the route for Washington, fanned li and walked 3. The Cards used two pitchers in a vain effort to halt the Hatchets.' Summary; Wash. Tp. • 000 000 03—3 6 1 Galveston 00000000-0-7 1 Cabiness and White; Spence, Dutchess and Ronk. Softball League Opens Season Play Six teams will -compete in the local softball' league this year, three games being booked for a starter next week, according .to Web Simons, county softball commissioner. All league games will be played •at Fairview diamond and .will start at 8 o'clock each night. The card for next week : follows: Monday, .June 4—Winamac Steel vs. Harold's TreeTrimmers .of Logansport. Wednesday, 'June 6—Angus Jets of Carrollton vs. Shanks Drive-In of Logansport. ' - Thursday; June 7—Goose Creek Marines vs. Old Timers. Ward Becomes A H-Time Money Winner In 500 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (-OP1)- Rodger Ward, 4he sixth man in history to win two Memorial Day 500-mile auto races, was atop the Speedway's alWime money winning 3ist today with a chance to add more to his winnings next year. ' Ward, the 1959 winner who repeated in Wednesday's speed classic, picked up $125,015 to share with the crew of the first-place car owned by Bob Wilke, Milwaukee, Wis., at Thursday night's traditional victory dinner. Len Sutton, who finished second in another Wilke-owned car, collected $44,566 from the record jackpot o'f $426,702. The previous record payoff was last year when winner A. J. Foyt collected $117,975 from a total purse of $400,000. Wilke indicated at the dinner that he would have two, and possibly four, new roadsters here next year. He said Ward and Sutton probably would be given an opportunity to drive two of them. Speedway newcomer Jim McElreath, Arlington, Tex., who finished sixth in his first "500" attempt and collected $10,366, was the unanimous choice for "Rookie of the Year" honors. All 33 starters in the race shared in the pot,'which included $320,428 from the Indianapolis Mo. tor Speedway Corp., $30,000 in lap prizes and $76,274 in accessory prizes. Ward's earnings, which he collected 'wiHh the help of,a judge who refused earlier in the day a request from Ward's, estranged wife for a restraining order to prevent the Speedway from paying him, made him,the all-time money winner with, total winnings of almost $255,000 in 12 Speedway races. ' Jim Rathmann, the 1960 winner who placed ninth Wednesday, was the previous leader with almost $172,000 but his winnings Thursday night 'amounted to only $8,041. Eddie Sachs, who finished third Wednesday, collected $26,591 to share with his crew. Don Davis, who finished fourth, took home $16,716 ' and Bobby Marshman fifth, got $14,316. Pole sitter Parnelli Jones, who led most of the race, split $3-3,516. with his crew. Others among the leaders and their. winnings were Lloyd Ruby, 'eighth, $8,541; and Johnny-Boyd, 10th, $8,841. Ward won the Speedway classic at a record clip on -140.293 miles per hour—the first time 1 the winner has averaged better than 140 miles jter hour. It was a fitting climax for the month of racing activity which saw the Speedway's first official lap of 150 -mph by Jones in ytal- ification trials.^Jones, who had to settle f<Sr seventh place when, his brakes went,out, also, turned the fastest lap ever in the race with a clocking of 148.295 mph on his 56th. lap. Logan Merchants Open Season With Kokomo The Logansport Merchants baseball team will open its initial season Saturday night at Riverside Park against Kokomo. Game time is 8 p.m. The two learns are members of the ' Central Indiana Baseball League which also includes Richmond, Muncie, .New Castle, Anderson, Lafayette and Frankfort. Frankfort replaces Marion which was forced to drop from the league, because of lack of funds. . Manager Jack Steinman said Friday his battery for the opener Major Leaders Ky United Press International National League Player, & Club G. AB R: H. Pet. Cepeda, S.iF. 50 200 41 70 .350 Wiliams, Chi. 47 188 41 «5 .346 Groat, Pitts. 44 183 '20 fi2 .339 Flood, .St.L. . 43 197 27 66 .335 F.Alou, S.'F. 44 172 31 57 .331 Gonzlz, Phil. 37 133 22 44 .331 W.Davis, L.-A. 44 152 31 50 .329 T.Dayis, 1 L.A. 47 192 38 fi3 .328 Thomas, N.Y. 42 166 25 54 .325 Dvnport, S.F. 48 166 33 53 ;319 Musial, St.L. 37 116 18 37 .319 American League Jiminez, K.C. '' '43 143 .21 53'.371 Esegian,:Clev. 33116 25 41.333 Rollins, Min. 48 187 23 64. .342 Kaline, Det. - 38 145 32 49 .335 Rofensn, Chi. 43 171 23 57 .333 A.Smith, Chi. 38 136, 20 45 .391 Runnels, Bos.. 44168 24 54-.321 O'Conl, Wash. 31 109 15 35 ,321 Battey, Min. '40 147 16 47 .520 Boyer, N.Y. 40 139 27 44 ,317 .Home Runs National League—Mays, Giants 16; Cepeda, Giants 14; Banks, Giants ; 14; Pinsoh, Reds 13; Thomas, Mets .13. American League—Gentile, Orioles '15; .Wagner, Angels 13;. Kaline, Tigers 13; Cash, Tigers 12; Essegian, Indians 12.. Runs Batted In National League' — T. Davis, Dodgers. 49; Cepeda, Giants 49; Mays, .Giants 41;:: P-inson, Reds 40; F. Alou, Giants 38. American League—K. Kaline, Ti- would be Bob Linzey on the mound and Jim Sweet doing the catching. Steinman said he was undecided on the rest of the starting lineup but stated that. Jim Bender would start at second,' Bob Jones at third, Bill Cuppy would probably get the nod in left field-and John Gasfc in right. He was undecided between Wes Parmeter, J.his, year's most valuable playel- at Logansport High School, and Mike Henderson, coach at Fulton,, at first base, Mike Newton and (Don Kessler at shortstop, Butch Jones and\ Paul Bauer in centerfield. Pitchers on the team besides Linzey are Dave Arnold, Everett Thomas, Tom Beeson and Harry Dahl. - • Backing up Sweet in the catching department is Hobble Elliott. ,, Steinman said there'will be no admission charge for-the encounter but that the hat would be passed for donations: He, added that the team is in need of a 'bus for transportation. for. future,. away contests and anyone, knowing of such a vehicle for use is requested to contact him. , Helping Steinman with the handling .of the squad are Bob Green and Jack Winters. Several Logansport merchants are bearing the financial load ol sponsoring this year's team. The participants are Barcus Oil, Greensfelders, Berman's, Olson's, Smokehouse, North Side Grocery General Tire, Fisher's Funeral Home, McCloskej'=Kai:ni!ton-Kahle' Garden City,- Eastgate, Coca-Cola, Hurley's Cigar Store, Johnson Ford, First Federal, Eagles Lodge and Logan Bowlmor. , Fight Result By'United Press International 'LOS AWGtELES, Calif. <UPI)— Alvaro Gutierrez, 147'A, Mexico knocked out Charley (Tiger] Smith, 148, San Francisco (5).' gers 38; Gentile, brioles 37; Wagner, Angels 36;' Siebern, Athletics 36; Robinson, White Sox 33. Pitching , • . , National League —'Pierce,. Giants 7-0; Purkey, Reds 9-1; McBean, Pirates 5-1; McLish, Phils 4-1; Williams,,Dodgers 4-i. , American League—Donovani fc dians 8-1; .Belinsky, Angels .6-1; Wickersham, Athletics 5-1; Foytack, Tigers 4-1; Pascual, 'Twins 7-2. :•'. '.''.,' Baseball Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pet GB San Francisco' 35 15 .700" ... Los Angeles 34 15 .694 % Cincinnati ' 27 17 .614 5 Pittsburgh 2ft, 18 .501 6 ' St. Louis 24' 21 .533 S 1 ^ Milwaukee •. 21 27 .438 13 Houston ' 19 27 .413 14 Philadelphia ' 17 ,28 .378 15'/ 2 Chicago 15 32 .319 18'/ 2 New York 12 30 .286 19 Friday's Probable Pitchers Cincinnati at Chicago—Jay (7-4) vs. Cardwell 01-5). SVAN Francisco at New.York night)—Pierce (7-0) vs. Craig 2-6). Houston at Pittsburgh (night)— olden (3-1) vs. Gibbon (0-0). St. Louis at Milwaukee (night) —Gibson (6-3) vs. Shaw (5-2). Los Angeles at Philadelphia (2, wi-night) — Williams (4-1) and Drysdale (7-3) vs. Bennett (0-1) and Brown (6-1). Saturday's Games Jan Francisco at New York .(2) Houston at 'Pittsburgh 3t. Louis at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Chicago L/bs Ang. at 'Philadelphia (night) American League W. L. Pet. GB ilevel-and 2« 17 .605 .. New'York - 25 18 .581 1- Minnesota 27 , 21 .563 l'/2 Detroit . 24 19 .558 2 S Angeles 24 20 .545 2'/ 2 Baltimore ' 22 23 .489 5 Chicago 23 ' 24 .489 5 Kansas City 23 26 .409 6 Boston 18 26 .409 8!/ 2 Washington 13 31 . .95 Friday's Probable Pitchers New York at Los Angeles (night)—Terry (5-4) vs Belinsky (6-1). Boston at Kansas City (night) —(Monbouquette (3-5) vs. Wickersham (5-1.' Washington at Minnesota (night) —Ste'njiouse(3-l) vs. Kaat (3-4). Cleveland at Detroit (night) — Perry;(3-2) vs: Lary (1-2). • Chicago at Baltimore (night)— Herbert (4-2) vs. Pappas (5-3). aturday's Games Washington at § Minnesota Cleveland at Detroit Chicago at Bait. (2, day-night) New York at Los Angeles (night) Boston at Kansas City (night) American Association W. L. Pct.GB Indianapolis .... 2« 16 .619 .. Omaha 26 18 .591 1 Denver 21 21 '.500 5 Louisville ....).. 21 23 .477 6 Dallas^Ft. Worth 18 24 .429 7 Oklahoma City ...1727.38610 Thursday's Results Indianapolis 5 Denver 3 Louitsville I.Oklahoma City 0 Omaha 7 Dallas-Ft. Worth 3 Friday's 'Games Louisville at Oklahoma City Denver at Indianapolis Dallas-Ft. Worth at Omaha Anyone who has ever fished he farm ponds around Logans- xjrt knows what joys they can offer to. the dedicated angler, and not necessarily all small joys, at hat. JOIN EAGLES FOLD (PHILADELPHIA '(UPI) — The Philadelphia Eagles have signec quarterback King Hill and offensive center Howard Keys for the 1962- National Football League season. Hill was Ihe No. 2 quarterback behind Sonny Jurgensen and team punter. SIGN COAST STAR . NEW YORK (UiPI) -.The New York Knickerbockers o'f the N a tional Basketball. Association have signed Ken-Stanley, 6-3.star from the- University..o'f ,the.'P.a'c i f i c Stanley averaged £1.9 -points a game in conference games. JOINS COLGATE STAFF HAMILTON, N.Y. -(UPI)"-Col gate;. University ha s appointed Neill S. Wheelwright, backfield coa'dh fl'n. .Hal, -Lahar's .footbal staff.- Wheelwright, who, playe( college ball at Springfield College, succeeds Joe Restic. Micro Midget Races EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Qualifications 6:45 — Races 7:45 7 Miles West on US 24 Farm ponds, for .lite unfamiliar, are' usually rugged ovals of an .icre or two, formed when a far* mcr dammed a ditch somewhere on lu's property. Mostly they are used as a watering place for his stock, a swimming hole for his dds and a fishing place for him. They;can be murky and dark, or sunny and bright; sometimes weed-choked, sometimes rimmed with growths of cattails and rushes, sometimes dotted with the decaying carcasses of-trees that ixpired when the impounded water surrounded them. And frequently they are loaded with fish. If you know tlw location of one, guard it as you would any other valuable jewel, and do your.best to protect it from harm. Do not mouth about its location, est your friends desport themselves on its shores and catch its :ish, thereby depriving you of the enjoyment you so richly deserve. Robinson Dropped From Ring Ratings NEW YORK (UPI) —Sugar Ray Robinson, former m-i d d 1 e weight and welterweight cham pion, w^s dropped from The Ring magazine's top-10 ratings today because of inactivity. Kxcept for nearly two years o retirement from December, 1952 to October, 1954, it is- pie firs time since Sugar Ray became pominent in 104-1. that he was no' ranked 'among the 'top 10 welter weights or middleweights by The Ring. ENTER 100-MILE RACE (UPI) - Rodgei Ward, and Lee Sutton, who fin ished 1-2 in thS Indianapolis SOO, will drive in- the 100-mile Rex Mays' 'Classic at Stale Fair Park June 10. Eleven of the first li Indianapolis finishers will appear here, race director Tom Marchese said. • ' ' THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE Fish it quietly, in (he late evening or early morning, when nature is calm and collected, when the surface of the pond reflects the waning day, maybe dropping a popper bug or a dry fly or a small surface lure on its tranquil face. Allow the lure to sit until the ripples have all disappeared, then twitch it again, gently,, and wait for action. If there's' a largemouth bass, a bluegill, or a crappie within'hearing or seeing distance, you are dne for the heart- tugging smash of a gamefish hitting your lure. Collect farm ponds as a pretty girl collects suitors; make a list of them, get permission to fish there in advance, and you've got it knocked. You'll be a rich fisherman. BOAT TIPS tochestcr last weekend was a rousing success. Some 22 families participated and hundreds of area residents visited the campsite to see how its done. A highlight of he two-day event was entertain- men given Saturday night by the Robert Morgan family, of to- gansnort, who are also seasoned campers. The association plans its next organized camp-out July 7-8 on and behind the Indiana Metal 'roducls company offered for use by that company. There's a Barbecue planned in September and several members are planning a camping trip to the Seattle Worlds Fair. If you'd like^mora information, on this outdoor organization, contact Conde Holloway, in Rochester. WEEKLY FISHING REPORT— Streams are reported murky or muddy and fishing Is just fair. A few silver bass and a few channel cats have been caught on the akes near Monticcllo on shad guts and worms. A lew eJmiinels are being taken on trot lines ill .he Wabash. Some goggle eye have been caught out of the Tip- pccanoe on flies, jigs and minnows. Lake fishing has slowed down save' for a few crappie being caught. Arrows Zoom to 28-16 LL Victory , WALTON—The Arrows remained unbeaten by oulslugginj; and outrunning the Apaches in a Tip- wa LLB game here Thursday night 28 to 16. Randy Hammond and Roscoe Mofield each had 3 hits, Brad Turner a triple, John Reinke and Dave Luyster a double, each for the winners. Mike Strauch had five -hits including a triple and double, Curt Bryan and Dick Price a double each for the losers. Summary: R H E Arrows 28 16 2 Apaches 16 15 5 J. Reinke, Muehlhausen and Turner; W. Propes, Strauch, Busch, R. Propes and Bryan. TAKE BIG WAVES A AMGLB. YOU MAYSWAMP re you LET WOK. BOA r Hawks Outscore Shamrocks, 14-13 WALTON-The Hawks nosed out the Shamrocks in a Tipwa LLB game here Thursday night 14 to 13 and Randy Rikard led the hitting attack with a pair of doubles and a single. R H E Hawks 14 8 4 Sfiamrocks 13 3 2 Martin, Shively, B. Golden and Rikard; Hinklc, Deniston and Taylor. The Fulton County Campers association cr.ijip-mit open house in Delphi Little League Opens DELPHI — The- Delphi Little League season will open here Saturday with a parade and three baseball games. The parade will form at the City building on Union street, and go through the city at 1 o'clock. Each major team will have its own queen who will ride in a convertible. The first game is to be at 2 p.m. between the- Wynkoop Tigers and First Federal Yankees. Evening games will be at 5:30 between Orr's Cardinals and Globe Vale White Sox and at 7:30'with Clifford's Mets and Culligan Angels. Darrell McQuitty, Purdue basketball star, will be present to make a few remarks at the ball field, throw out the first ball and autograph it. All -Races 'Sponsored -By N.M.M.R.A. ALUMINUM AWNINGS • WINDOW • DOOR • CAiRPORT • BOAT PORT Aluminum and Wrought Iron RAFLING AND POSTS PHONE 3666 FOR FREE'ESfNMAT'ES KooriNG GIANTS TO DRILL Players of the FOP Giants team of Babe Ruth league will hold baseball drills at Fairview park diamond this afternoon at 4 o'clock, it is announced by manager Jack Dillon. WOLF CUBS PRACTICE The Wolf Cubs of LLB will conduct baseball practice at Fairview park diamond Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock, manager Bill Len.•man states. STATE FARMl RATES STAY LOW FOR INDIANA DRIVERS Check State! Farm's low rates on car insurance! No increase- thanks to the State Farm concept cf low rates for careful drivers. And, discounts for 2 or more cars and for compact cars mean added savings for many Indiana poljcyholders. No wonder people insure more ears with State Farm Hmi wMi anyone else! (Ml now! Harry "Bu<T Watts 320 W. Market Sf. Dial 4420 STATE FARM. Mulutl Automobile Insurance Co. Home Oliice: Bloomlnston, lll,j

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