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NOVEMBER 11, 1950 Osceola Wins Over Wilson Spiers Sparks Seminoles to Win BLYTHEVrLLB (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS 3,000 Brave Cold To See Thriller; Hill Scores Twice •.OSCEOLA, Nov. 11.—Osce- We's -high-flying" Seminoles, propelled by the magnificient throwing arm of . tailbnck Tommy Spiers, moved a step nearer their second straight state Class B playoff by downing the defending District 3B champion Wilson Bulldogs 2712 here last night. The game was No. 1 of the week ' In Northeast Arkansas and a crowd of an estimated 3,000 braved the nippy weather to see the tsvo avch rivals clash. For the Seminoles the victory removed one of the two big stumbling blocks between them and ; the state playoff. The oilier hurdle Is the Earle Bulldogs who' will be the Seminoles' opponents for next week. Osceola was originally scheduled to play Piggott next week but that game was cancelled in order to arrange a i^ceting between the Seminoles and Earle to decide the District 3B championship. The Seminoles used, their much talked about air power to break (he backs of the game, hard-scrapping Bulldogs. Spiers was the whole show. He threw 21 times, completed 14 for a net, gain of 223 yards. Two of his tosses went for touch- ri^wns' and another set up a score. Seminole halfback Harvey Lee Hill, who leado the entire state in point making, ran his scoring to- jjj) to 168 points as he accounted Wr two of Osceola's four touch- do wris, one on a pass for Spiers and the other on a lateral from end Clarence Wilson on another Spiers aerial. Scoreless First Quarter After a strictly defensive first quarter that saw Wilson's hard charging line slam the door on two Osceola scoring threats, the Seminoles filially broke loose with two minutes to go in -the second period when Spiers . broke around end to go 20 yards to the Wilson goal. Then Spiers, who did everything but sell tickets, kicked the extra point to give Oaceola a 1-0 halftime margin. '• Early in -the third quarter Spiers put the Seminoles further in the lead when he hit end Wilson with a 10 yard pass and Wilson lateralled to Hill who went five more for the touchdown. Spiers kicked the Hth point. Osceola scored again in the third quarter before Wilson got' its offensive- attack "to working. Starting at. the Wilson. 45 Spiers completed two aerials to move to the Wilson 30. Then he rounded out end all way to the two. Quarterback ill Stilwell scored on the next lay but a 15-yard penalty nullified the score. Then Spiers hit end Warren Weinberg with a touchdown pass but again the Seminoles were penalized. Spiers then hit Hill from 37 yards out and this time the play stood. Spiers missed his extra point try. Wilson got up Its scoring team In the fourth period and drove 65 yards for its first touchdown. Edwin Webb, Bill Rysls, and H. p. Cash, convoyed by a fleet of Bulldog blockers, powered their way on two series of downs to the Osceola two from where Cash hurdled the line to score. Pass Interception Scores That scoring drive took only two minutes and one minute and 45 seconds later the Bulldogs owned six more points. This touchdown came on a 60 yard return of a pass interception by Webb. SVebb pulled down the pass at the Wilson 40, picked up his. blockers and streaked down the sidelines untouched, to cut Osceola's lead to eight points. But with two minutes to go In the game Spiers got back the touchdown when he circled end from A yards out to score. His extra f.Snt kick was perfect and Osceola led 27-12. Although the game was not as close as many had expected, it will go down as one of the country's better games of the year. The teams were evenly matched with the sole difference being that the Seminoles had Tommy Spiers and the Bulldogs lacked a break nway runner. Osecoln held ^the edge in weight and experience 'but what the Bulldogs lacked In these departments they made up in fight and hustle. Up front the Seminoles found the Wilson line solid down the middle' and had to rush the er.ds for most of their ground ynrdage. The loss not only eliminated the Bulldogs from the district championship race it also knocked Ihiini from the ranks of the un- henten. Prior to this game the Bulldogs had won six straight tilts The win was Mo. 9 for the Seminoles ngainst only one setback. Stnrti"T Hncups: Wilson Poi OsceoU Burch L B Wilson Forrester L.T. Lnnnum Deer L.G. .. Alexander 27j^amthersville Blanks Perryville 19-0 Garrett C. Freels ...... R G. Keel H T. Boyles R.E. Cash Q 8 B. Ryals H.B. Higbb ....'.'. H.B F.B. Lou Boudreau to Pilot Bucs? Rickey May Hold the Answer CLEVELAND, Nov. 11. (ft— Lou Boudreau, the nation's No. 1 unemployed ball player, might glance towards Pittsburgh today for a possible answer to his big league future. —* — + There Sudbury Beats Lange 6-0 for Y League Title m!nute n - gue football championship at Little Park yesterday afternoon with a G-0 decision over a scrappy Lange Wildcat outfit. In each , of the three previous meetings of these two teams, the game .ended in a tie; 6-all in the first game, 12-all in the second and 6-all in the third. Yesterday it looked very mil en like a scoreless draw until the next-to-last play of the game, when Sudbury, pulled a tackle- around with Eugene Joiner carrying the ball 25 yards for the score. Earlier Lange had twice penetrated within the Sudbury 10 yard mark only to be repulsed by the Wave line. It was from this point that Sudbury took the ball and after making their only two first downs of the game, went over for the score. The try for extra point was smeared. Hogan's Tourney Plans Indefinite HOLLYWOOD. Nov. 11. {.;?)—Golf star Ben Hogan said today his 1D51 tournament plans p.-t> indefinite and the only competition he is committed to now is the colorful masters at Agusta. Oa., in April. Hogan, winding up a three- month stint as technical supervisor of a movie based on his life Follow the Sun," said he will head back to his. home in Fort Worth, Tex., when the picture is completed. Hogan disclosed that he is writing a book and this will occupy him when he gets home for the remainder of the year. The subject of the book: Ben Hogan. MacKenzie Continued from Page 4 Diplomatic relations between Washington and Nepal are, to say the least, odd. Our ambassador to India. Loy w. Henderson, has headquarters In New Delhi but he also is minister to Nepal. The Nepal ambassador to Britain, who lives "in London, also Is minister to the United suites. . The progress of the political crisis in Nepal will be watched with special anxiety by India. If the devel- sits Branch Rickey, the new general manager and vice- president, of the pirates, who cleared the way so that the Cleveland Indians could fire Boudreau after nine years as shortstop manager. The catch to the business of keeping Boudreau In suspense by not, hiring or firing him weeks ago turns out to have been the difficulty In cutting the new manager, Al Lopez, away from the same Indianapolis is a Pittsburgh farm. Ellis Ryan, Indians' president, disclosed that he and General Manager Hank Greenberg had decided that if they could not get Lopez they would re-hire Boudreau. It was only after Rickey took over the Pirates, he said, that they were able to get permission to take him. Then they acted. Rickey and Meyer to Meet Anyway, Ryan now says the Cleveland team Is arranging another managership for Boudreau on a big league club and that it is "nearing completion."" (Boudreau says he knows nothing of this.) Here is where Rickey comet In. He has,a date with pirate manager Billy Meyer on Monday and there has been talk that he will buy up Meyer's $40.000 contract and get a new manager, is that what Ryan means? Today, the Tribe's big problem Is to convince the hysterical Boudreau fans—and there are plenty- thai the move Is all, for the best. The 33-year-old Boudreau's movie-like handsomeness has been a delight . to the bobby soxers. His sensational play at shortstop has marked him as one of the game's greatest-at that position, even though he has slowed somewhat. And his managerial talents hive found plenty of supporters—a n d detractors, among them his previous boss, Bill Veek .and his recent General Manager Hank Greenberg. Surprise to Lou Greenberg said last night In a speech before the Associated Grocery Manufacturers represntatives 1 convention: "For, one month we have been working diligenlty to get Lou a manager's job somewhere else. Today we learned of one club that was interested and I think'he will have a job In the major leagues." At h|s home In Harvey, ill., Bou- rfreau was "shocked" and added he knew nothing of Cleveland's plans to get a managership (or htm. fie is still the property of the Indians, but they.will make any deal for him he wants, Including unconditional release. He said he expected to be hired right up until yesterday morning when he woke out of a sound sleep to hear '.he sad news from Ryan. If he gets out of baseball, he said, h" —•-* ... . Johnson . Steven? .... Lowe j Wcinberg ! .. Stilwell! ... Spiers | ... . Hill I Dunr ; Substitutions: Wilson — Alexan tier. Robinson, Stanrod. Thompsor and Roberts. Osceola—Cox and Dll Hard. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Druo Store; THANK YOU My sincere (hanks Io all you voters In Ward 4 who made it possible for me to b«bome your alderman. I shall do all I can in the days Io come to deserve your confidence in me. Photo by Harold Nance CARUTHERSVILLE ROYALTY —Miss Anna Grace Coker. (center' was crowned as 1050 football queen at Caruthorsvillc's homecoming game with Perryville last night. Attending Queen Anna Grace were maids (left to right) Betty Elkins, Helen Jo Hinchey, Judy Foster and Jane Coker. Tech to Meet Henderson in Top AIC Game »T THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two of the pre-season favorites, Henderson and defending champion Arkansas Tech. clash at Arkadelphia tonight in the AIC football headliner of the week. , And. It may well be the top game of the year for Henderson's Reddies who are laying their title hopes on the line. A victory over twice-beaten Tech, out of the running tills year for the first time in five seasons would give Henderson a crack at the Arc crown. However, the Reddles will have to win this one and their 'two uther remaining conference games and hope for an upset next week. Little Rock Junior College could take the t tie by licking Tech next week. If the Jaycees lose to the Wonder Boys Henderson would have a chance Despite two losses this season Tech still has plenty of powcr-a running attack led by Jack Simpson and an aerial drive maneuvered by Jimmy Albright. The Reddies play a single winp offense and the return of all-state fullback Jim Etheridge, who has been on the injury list much of this SSwT bolster lhe Hende ™ m Other cbnfereifces games tonight are Ouaehita at Arkansas A. & M 0-Kirks at Magnolia A. & M. ana- Arkansas College at Hcndrix. Aransas. State moves to Memphis state for a non conference tilt Little Rock junior college stepped out of. the conference Thursday and took a 42-15 licking at the hands of Louisiana State College. Wilson Arranges Cage Schedule WIW30N, Ark.. Nov. 11 _ Coach Roy Stobough of the Wilson Hi«h School Bulldogs announced today the schedule for the lS50-5t basketball season. The season will get underway Dec. 5 with a double header with teams at West Memphis and close on the home court with teams from Dell. Other scheduled games arc, Dec 8, Tyronza, here; Dec. 12. West Memphis, here: Dec. 15. Tyronza. there; Dec. 19. Gwnell. here; Dec 22, Shawnee, here; Jan. s, Dell there; Jan. 12. Reiser, there; Jan. 18. Osceola, here; Jan. 19. Luxora here; Jan. 23, Gcsnell, there- Jan' 26, Dycss. here; Jan. 30. KeLicr] here; Feb. 2. Luxcra. there; Feb. 6 Dyess. there; Feb. 9. Osceola. there- and Feb. 13, Shawnee, there. Recent Diet legislation provides for the licensing and registration of architects throughout Japan. Clowes, used io play there John for the Hornets, when there 'were more hpavy-ratcrs on the field nan there were paying spectators in the stands. . . . H should be jiite an experience for owner Ted Collins, ton, to draw 3SI.OOO at home ind likely 60,000 on the road for wo Hear games. Those will be. Ted's lissest home and nway crowds In lis seven years In pro football anrl. possibly, as big a total as his clubs drew nt home in' any season. . . . George Ratlerman, who is largely responsible for such attendance", ,vill celebrate his birthday lomor- •ow, too. . . . He'll be 2-1. Sports Roundup HUGH FU1.I.ERTOX JR. By IIIIfJH FlJM.KItTOX, Jr. NEW YORK, Nov. 11. MV-Three Of (he New York Yanks' footballers are due for an eye-popping experience when they play the Bears tomorrow. Tho'll see a near-sellout crowd In Chicago. . . The three, Nate Johnson, Dan Edwards and T11HK.VT 1>1 Stephens, Missouri fullback, wasn't fceline; (oo hajipy nver last week's K;imc against Nebraska. . . Krt rumbtnl (hree times and xcorecl three lourlulouns as his learn lost . . . Trying In rnlse his spirits, rt friend snlit consolingly: "Kd. you sllll ran well, you blnckcd (veil, and you . . ." Stephens interrupted: "Yeah, anil I fumbled tvejl." Speaking of rumbles. Wisconsin fans are wondering how come Bill Gable was nominated as an outstanding offensive guard in a recent sports writers organization poll. Hurt before the season, Bill hasn't played a minute this fall. . Every team In the National Hockey League has at least one player who was born in Winnipeg. ' . The U. S Golf Association hns raised more than $63,000 of the 100 G's it needs to pay for its new headquarters Bolf house. Contributors Include'two members of the last British Walker Cup team, Laddie Lucas and Gerald Mlcklem. . . Abilene, Tex football fans now arc, booming Brad Rowland, the McMurry College whiz, for a spot In the East-West or Blue-Gray football games. And the fans from South Carolina' are. hoping they can boom Clcm- son for a bigger and more profitable bowl game than the Gator Bowl which already has that team on its tentative list INIHANA, OF COURSE Mnrc than 100 smaller Indiana hli-h schools opened their hiiskct- ball season on a Wednesday night —because that happened to be Nov. 1, the first date allowed by the stale association . . . One opening-night feature was the dedication of a new 5178,000 field- house at Versailles, Ind ft holds 2,300 spectators—almost twice (he (oven's population. WEAK v END NOTES Most notable mis-matches on today's football program appear to be Army vs. New Mexico (a sellout, too) and Tennessee vs. Tennessee Tech. . . . Why couldn't they Just trade opponents? . . . Bob Voskuhl Georgetown College's little All America candidate, recently was selected by the facility for "Who's Who in American Colleges and Unll versities." . . . LOU Boudreau Is out and Al Lopez In as Cleveland manager. Seems like it's lime to repeat BII Veeck's excited exclamation after the final K ame of the 1918 world scries—'^Lou, wha hoppcn?" Hollywood Continued from Page 4 • . . Nn raucous talk or songs on TV for Cars Daley, the one-time holler factory, despite constant ot- ers from New York video shows. Husband Frnnk Kinsella. who manages her career, told me: "Cass will do only a situation comedy show like her present air show. She's cut out all the noise, doesn't sing above a whisper and has proved she can act." . . . Warner's romantic "Lighting strikes Twice" will be double-premiered at Devotion, N. C., and Romance, Ark. Whistle nofc nn Marilyn Max* ell's trip to Korea with Hob Hope: I'cr luggage cnnl.ilnril half a dozen sweaters—all a size ind a h- If loo small. • « • Ava Gardner's psls arc beginning to whisper that she's headed for a nervous collapse. Her mother Ls now her constant companion. Yvonne de Carlo and UI are chillier than a couple of polar hears. Neither the studio nor Yvonne will comment on rumors that her con- Camden Wins Easily LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 11. W-The Little Rock Tigers swamped the Pine Bluff zebras 53 to 6-the most one-sided .wore In the 34-year rivalry between the two schools-bcfore 10.000 chilled home-coming fans here last night. * t Wilt Rock's powerful ground at- Football Scores County Oscecln 27, Wilson 12 Little Rock 53, Pine Bluff 6 El norndo 34, Hot Springs 6 Fort Smith 20, North Little Rock 10. Parngoutrt 13, Sublaco 8 DeQucen 65. Prescolt 0 Van Buron 55. Hunlsville 7 Sprinedale 30, Bentonville 7 Charleston 48. Havana 19 Greenwood 31, Cteark 0 Hartford 25, Mansfield 6 Cnmilcn 27. Magnolia 0 Jonestoro 12, Halesville 7 Star City 12. Eudora 7 School for the deaf 10, Btsmark 0 Jacksonville 30, Mavcvale 0 Newport 53. Walnut Illdge 0 Atkins 39. Danville 1 McCrory 13. Pochontas 0 Guidon 24. Nashville 7 Hojie 34, Arkadelphia 0 DcVnlis Bluff 33. Elaine 8 PlgBotl. lift. Corning 0 Hughes 20. Clarendon I! Magnet Cove 28. Carlisle 0 -Bald Knob 10, Becbc 7 Forrest Oily 4G, Scrucy 7 Warren 27, Stnackover 20 Denton 12. Comvay 6 14. . Sheridan 2!, Little Reck Catholic Lakeside 10. Watson Chapel 12 Malvern 20. Bauxite 6 Stuttgart 40, Marianna 19 Dermolt 40, Dumns 14 2 Newcomers On Legion Mat Card Monday A pnlr of, newcomers will team against veterans Finis Hall and Red Roberts In the tag match feature of the American Legion's wrestling bouts al Memorial Auditorium Monday night. Making their first appearance here will be George Strickland and Dick Lever, two heavyweights who have been nround professional wrestling circles for a number of years. Strickland and Lever came to the Mid-South /circuit only 'recently. They both .have performed In a number of the larger cities of the nal.on and receive top blllnlg. Roberts and Hall are returnees from last Monday night's bout. They teamed against Joe Scwn- sk land Roy Welch in a tag bout and were defeated. Two one-fall preliminary bouts are also on the card with Hall meeting Lever and Roberts meeting Strickland. . him why he was gelling up before me every morning and he lolrl me that he wanicil In be sure ' jet »ny I didn't fast." I asked Goodman's original Woman"? for break- passing gnme which iebras up (o the Little , Una the touted brought the lli( . 1Jllul . Rock game with an undefeated record. This year's edition of the state's most talked about high school grid game virtually sewed up the championship of the Big Six Division for the Tigers' third straight utle. I hey still have to play North Little Rock on Turkey Day but arc heavy favorites In that game. Only a few minutes had elapsed after the kickoff before Pine Bluff felt (he full brunt of the Beugnl group campaign. The Tigers scored In every quarter, rolling up much of its power In the first three >ier- lods. Fullback Roy Edglngton scored the visitors' only touchdown. He took a pilchont on (he 12 and ran behind a four-man Interference for the score. In oilier E\K Six games, El Dorado defeated Hot Springs 34 to 6. An 80 yard run by Sonny Cloud anil the passing arm of George Parks sparked the El Dorado attack. Fort Sniilh Wan The Fort Sniilh Grizzlies uncorked a last-half attack to come from behind and defeat North Little Rock 20-10 in a homecoming game North Little Rock had a half time lead of 12-0 before Port Smith started an aerial nttnck led by Jerry Slaughter who pitched two passes to end Charley ' touchdown Prcsly. Up In District Two. undefeated and untied McCrory wrapped up a Class A district crown and a spot In the layoffs by trouncing Pocahontas 13 to 0. This was the top gnme for that district which had ; scheduled other game* earlier In the week so the folks could watch the McCrory-Pocahontas battle. Camden put in Us claim for at least a part of the 1AA title by defeating Magnolia 27 to 0. Camden now has to beat weak Fordyce to sew up the championship and a playoff spot or tie with Tex.irknna by dropping to the Rcdbugs. Magnolia was in the district race but two of Its players were ruled Ineligible forcing the team to profit all Its victories. DeQueen had no trouble staying In the race for 7A honors. only Gurdon In its path for an undisputed title. Osceola practically sewed Osceola practically sewed up Its duled with'Catholic race for the 3B honors by taking I 1 ' 1 ' 5 ano - Jonesboro. IVIlc^M 11 In 11 ^-t^_~_l. . . . .-.„ „„ ..„.,„!„ ^j, mr. njg Wilson 27 to 12. Osceola no\v has to meet Earle for the championship. The District Five championship went to 'Magnet Cove which rounded out its season with a 28 to 0 vie- over Carlisle. Hughes took the 6B crown by defeating Clarendon, the other title hopeful, 20 to B. Porkers to Add Seats to Stadium FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., NOV. 11.— to Issue 4175,000 of revenue bonds for construction of an additional 5,000 seat.? In Razorback stadium. the proceeds will be used tract will be allowed to expire. Grnucho'j Some landlord! Owlish Goodman Ace, the drawling star of radio's "Easy Aces." Is the house guest of Oroucho Marx while.,scripting "I Married a Woman" for RKO. But he rues the day he accepted Groucho's Invitation. Winced Goodman: 'He took the llglil bulbs out of =S - =-3fjHS 5^^-sjvaw.ftKfissMr I asked ' ' Crown Football Queen Anna Grace Coker Reigns Over Annual Homecoming Game CARUTHEHSVILU5, Mo, •Nov. 11.—Cai'nthersville'g Ti- . - last night H y ••oiling over Perryville 19-0. In a pre-game ceremony Mls« Anna Grace Coker was crowned u r^i'h !r SVllle Hlgh School< « '»» football queen by Tiger captain Charles Dostic. She wa, elected Tnm b5 ' mcmhc " of lhe football i,,, 1° .^ l!!m .scored single markers In the first three periods and hen hung on In the last quarter to save the victory Quarterback Charles Mead got ,L" .T'*" 5 ' « orl »« underway In me rirst quarter when he threw Cautrell going seven yards for lh« v, i, 1 ar «.' R« Le« Van Aiisdall, a reserve back,, .cored me'liners' second touchdown on ti I i 5 T, Clul swee P and Mehrla Melted the extra point to give Car' mil"'" 1 ' " 13 '° hll «"n>e le.d. . Bin camp scored Caruthersvllle'i final tally In the third nu.rter when he took a pas, frsm Cantrell and scored from 13 yards out. The game was the Tigers' final home appearance of the year. They linve an open dale next week and journey to Kennett for their annual Thanksgiving Day struggle. Starting llneupa: Carutherisvllle E*cy .... 3alther Fikc ... Mehrle . Woods , Hnzcl .. Bostlc . Mead .. Cantrell Ooodln Morgan Pos. . L.E. L.T. . L. a. .. O. . . R.. . . R.T. R.E. . Q.B. .. H.B. . H.B. . F.B. Perrrrtri* ... Conrad ... Glbbar Oraff Boxdbrfer .... Orofta Gisl .. Flenlg* . Fatrchlld ... Meeker .. Flecher ... ,Ma.rtin CatholicGridders Play Tomorrow The Irish of Blythertlle'i Inanm- culate Conception Catholic Gr»d« School will go after tnelr fourth straight, win tomorrow afternoon when they meet St. Mary'a Orad* School of Paragould at Haley Field. Kickoff is set for 2 pjrt. .... ucv^uccii This will be the second meeting shutout Prescott, 65 to 0. and has between the two teams. The Blythe- vlllc team took the first game S5-0. •The Irish also have games sche^ duled with Catholic teams of Mem- Air Show to Be Here Tomorrow Stunt flying and "thrills aplenty" have been promised for Blythevllto at 2 p.m. tomorrow when the Fly- Ing Saucer Air Show will appear at Municipal Airport. Sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, the show will feature such acts «s parachute jump*, near-the-ground stunt flying and a movlng-auto-to-alrplaM twitch from a runway, ^ The aerial troupe Li composed o* an ex-Navy pilot, a former Air Fore* Instructor and an ex-paratrooper. how come the title of "1 Married a "Well." he explained, "every man thinks he's married an angel. Then he discovers he's married a woman." The studio suggested that he put warmth in the picture. I "Fine," quipped Goodman, "we'll cut (n n roaring furnace every now I ant] then." This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones: Actor Arthur Franz "is non-plus- sed. His agent telephoned him excitedly U> tell him that he had landed Franz a leading role in the new Abbott and Costello picture at in. "Thk means," enthused the agent, "that you'll be seen by millions of people." Next day Franz reported to the studio and was assigned the oir-1 stage voice of the man who Is never I seen in "Abbott and Costello Meet, the Invisible Man." r THANK YOU I wish to (hank (he many good people of th« iMrsf Ward who supported me in my campaign for re-election as alderman. I also want to extend sincere best wishes to my successful opponent, Mr. Jesse M. White, and to urge Hll citizens ol First Ward to give him Iheir fall co-operation in every constructive project which may be undertaken. Let us all pull together for the good of Rlythevillt. Important Items Imported Into Japan from Sweden Include sulphite paper pulp, sulphite rayon pulp, j Iron and steel products and rosin. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, Nor. 13 8:00 p.m. Adult, 50c-ChHdr.n 15c TAG MATCH G«o. Strickland & Dick Lever vs. Finis Hal! & Red Roberts For Reserved Seals, Call 3.1S9 Also 2 llFall 30 Minute Matches Hall vs. Lever Strickland vs. Roberts "\ Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. 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