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Official Central Association Schedule, 1949 Double Numeral Indicate Double Header. North-South All-Star Game July IS At Rockfotd. AT AT AT AT AT AT KEOKUK BUmUNOTON CLINTON K1WANBE ROCBtFORD CEDAR RAPIDS May 12, IS, 14 May 31, June 1, 2 May 21, 22, 22, 23 May 18, 19, 20 May 3, 4, 9 May 29, 30, 30 June 15, 16 June 13, 14 June 17A18 June 3, 4, 5 KEOKUK FOLLOW June 24, 25 July 8, 9, 10 June 26, 27, 28 July 14.15,16 July 6, 7 July 17, 18, 18 July 24, 25, 26 July 27, 28 Aug. 7, & 9 July 29, 30 , Aug. 5, 6 Aug. 26, 27 Aug. 30, 31 Aug. 28, B9 Aug. 18, 16, 17 May 6. 7, 8 May 9, 10, 11 May 18, 19, 20 May 31, June 1, 2 May 21, 22, 22, 23 June 6, 7 June 3, 4, 9 June 17, 18 June 15, 16 June 13, 14 BURLINGTON July 4, 4, S THE July 6, 7 July 14, 15. ft July 2, 3 June 26, 27, 28 Aug. 10, 11 July 29, 30 Aug. 7, 8, 9 July 24, 24. 25, 26 July 27, 28 Sept 4, 5, 8 Aug. 15, 16, 17 Aug. 28, 29 Aug. 26, 27 sAug. 30, 31 May 27, 28 May 3, 4, 5 May 12, 13, 14 May 21, 22, 22, 23 May 18, 19, 20 June 10, 11, 12 June 8, 9 May 29, 30, 30 June 26, 27, 28 June 17, 18 CLINTON July 1, 2, 3 July 11, 12 ROCKET8 June 24, 25 July 27, 28 July 14, 15, 16 Aug. 3, 4 July 31, AujuO, 2 July 17, 18, 19 Aug. 30, 31 Aug. 7, 8, 9 . Aug. 18, 19. 20 Aug. 2334, 25 Aug. 10. 11 Sept. 1, 2 Aug. 28, 29 May 15. 16, 17 May 24, 25, 26 May 6, 7, 8 May 9, 10, 11 May 31, June 1, 2 June 22, 23 June 19, 19, 20, 21 June 6, 7 June 3, 4, 5 . June 15, 16 KEWANEE July 20, 21 June 29, 30 July 4, 4, 5 DAILY July 6. 7 July 8. 9. 10 Aug. 12, 13, 14 July 22, 23 Aug. 5, 6 July 29, 30 July 24, 25, 26 - Sept. 1, 2, 3 Aug. 21722 Sept 4, 5, 5 Aug. 15, IB, 17 Aug. 26, 27 May 24, 25, 26 May 27, 28 May 15, 16, 17 May 3, 4, 5 May 12, IS, 14 June 19, 19, 20, 21 June 10, 11, 12 June 13, 14, 22, 23 June 8, 9 May 29 30 30 ROCKFORD June 29, 30 July 1, 9, 10 July 20, 21 July 11, 12 IN THE June 24 25 July 22, 23 Aug. 3, 4 Aug. 12, 18, 14 July 31 Aug. 1, 2 Aug 10 11 Aug. 21, 22 Aug 18, 19, 20 Sept. 3 Aug. 23, 24. 25 Sept. 4, 5, 5 May 9, 10, 11 May 15, 16, 17 May 24, 25, 26 May 27, 28 May 6, 7, 8 June 8, 9 June 22, 23 June 19, 19, 20, 21 June 10, 11, 12 June 6, 7 CEDAR RAPIDS July 11, 12 July 20, 21 June 29, 30 July 1,2, 3 July 4, 4, 5 GAZETTE July 31, Aug. 1, 2 Aug. 12, 13, 14 July 22, 23 Aug. S, 4 July 17, 18, 18 1 Aug. 23, 24, 25 Sept. 1, 2, 3 Aug. 21, 22 Aug.. 18, 19, 20 Aug. 5, 6 7 Coaches in Big Nine Aje CEDAR RAPTDS GAZETTE: 8ml. AprO It, 1849 "f, Seven Lettermen On Elkader Nine Zoe Ann Olen Plans European Diving Tour :IUMIl7D BODY high school baseball team. The of t Pxu city. la. CHICAGO (AP Iff getting so you can't tell the Big Nine baseball coaches wilhout a scorecard a slightly age-stained scorecard, that is. squad opened its season Friday atuw. 4i t- tv :tid FENDER WORK OSM ogle CAHS PAINTED Ot ELKADER Seven lettermen rs . i "re incmaea among -i wno are fiAKTjiNn Pallf (ITHPr. e Did LeaaUer -YIntl nei?br ?' mrity. blonde Zoe Ann Oleen, for ' U - R JflTT I. Ink v"'aa -"y- . historv has come out of a Us-- i. LUermen reporting to Coacft:monthj. tireinent" a d wffl TOUCHED UP LACOUil im'sT" 'nClU v , lv. this country June 11 for a JT, ZZ r Bill Hoover. Bob Kurdelrneyer J0 exhibition tour of I-rope. 2 01 ENAMEL and Duane Tieden, pitchers; and , . M 7 Vic Schneider. Tom Davtdssver, 1 T . m"Z" Wayne Jipaon and Paul Schneider. uTi Z iimuj, ar 1 1 1 in ni asu.au a a m a bwi waul No fewer than seven rormer outfielders. major league players now are Others on the squad are Dick "professors'' of the national pas. ; Wood. Neil B4yyer, Rodger Mock. IIpa.4 VI inh Deaiaif U11 aann at Tri f Br ume in me comerenc-. uue OI;Buchheim. Brad Smith, Gilbert the moat illustrious, Freddy Lind- Barn hart, Duane Kellogg. Don trom made his head coaching 1 Buchheim. Larry White, Carl debut Friday. Lindstrom, a lu-season star' rminir af tha rtiaeaiaa seataaaa third sacker for the New York tsR;H getji Giants, sent his Northwestern nine ja ai Bdax-ood the tour, giving wherever poeaible. xh:b:ucrj GRILLES AND CHtOUf INSTALLED DOORS RE-UPHOLSTE HED - GLASS INHALLED. Mart Job HORNETS SIGN TWO. CHICAGO (UPV The Chicago JO" e Day Hornets of the All-America Foot- s Hagensick, Don Bennett and Ver- bmll conference Saturday eigned L Paa- C.L,c dine Glawe. Guards Ray Riehesor. of A la be -a VIM 1411 UtRflin ana jonn riusas. 01 Uklmhoma. sr.d a ated "Hindu" Reynolds of Missis- j 1 r a . a-pfM ouaie. Official Major League Schedules 1 A AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT XiJt,i7 BOaTON BROOKLYN NKW YORK PHILA. PITTSBURGH CINCINNATI CHICAGO IT LOni Natayt$S. Aprtl M It, April ITMt May II. II May IT, 11 May St. tl May w IS Auf If lj 14 JuM May(30)t, II J una 14, IS, IS Junt 17. II. lit Jun. ft. I). tt, Jun. 24 M Alf " AT, io. il July 1.10 July ., July M. ti. tt Aug. sTl. 1 a '.1'. IV Baft. ()f Pt- X. m Sapt.t.t, 8pt. tlMl Bapt. lit Bept. 13. 14 Bapt. 117 May 11 14 II 3uty am Apr!) TT. IS April tt. St. Mt May M. M May tat May IT, II May It ft. II A awr &$m WaV Wiki iuivk' latt , iept.,,4 Oct. I, t Btpt.lf.1T Sapt. 13. 14 Bapt. U. l. ft Bapt.'.ft Jw ......... 335' T Biiaf F$3k 1- Artl ia Mai aa AMa1v?" MSt,, May ttt May 14. 15 May . ft, 11 May IT, It aniatr-i. Aj I ' JuwVlt I SSV i. a n Juna 11', tt, 11 Juaa ft', ft. Bit JunaW.lS.lt Jama IT. II. It rniA-S- I BliA July j., j July ajT. Aut. 11. 11. 14, It A u(. S. . Tt Auf. t. I. 4 July ft. 10. 11 Jljlr . . ; I r- 11 M,'i ' W ' Bapt. 11. 14 Bapt. 16, IT Sept. ti. U Spt II. II. 10 .! K. y lS May t April ft, ft. Aprll ir Kt tl tJiS'Jf . aMi issstrmeiw 1 t juna 4. 5. Jun.io.n.lt JumT'.I! . V-.1! July l!t.t May ft, IT, ft. IM8RI July.10,t4t Julylt.ft.il July 14. It. II July m. ji II July (4)t Aug. t. 0.11 . u Aui.tt. M Aug. tt, ft, ft Aug. II. Btpt. 1 Aug. .; ft. W ft t S.pt. I. 4 1PV (V)'t My V.' May I. 4. I M j. May It. t. 10 April 22 23 14 Abhi ri sa April IS, if Sfey. k gfet" fe N 11 ;y 5un. uj'n i. Uy,ill'? May 11 It (2&Mu May If. tl, lit am April tt. If , M CHICAOO L u;,flJ I" JunaT 1. 1 Jun. 1, f, I Jun. 4. St r1y ..,0.'. July I. T km Juna IT. . July 14. If. 14 July ITt. II July tt. 11. B4 July 11 ft tl July f . t. 10t iaum II 10 lit JsR '.."-. Aug. II. Bapt. t Aug.ftl'lf.tT Aug.tlla' Aug' tit.' ff ' " ' Bapt. T. I, ft, ft j!ST- ,",,a Myl.l. May 4. T May f , 4. I May If . 14. IS Aprtl It. tl .'v1?' ' sa ww.'iv. Au1?. "7 ti. tit Aug. Vf' w Aug.. H.io Aug. 11.14 Aug. 19. ft. IT AuLll Bapt. IT, ft Bept. f. 10. lit Bapt 30 Oct I t - j AP Nawalaateraa A: : 4 Oultabr 1JM Art. ceive $100 and a wriit wstch while there will be one prize for each five entries. Entries may be mailed to the Dr. -Pepper bowling lanes here. against Illinois, coached by an other National league product. Wally Roettger. c.. B. T In fact. Outfielder Roettger and I n-tqtvb rin lournry Lindstrom were Giant teammates, A n..k,..,. M -u 1 in 1930, the year that Freddy hit1 7 .381, second highest mark for a DUBUQUE The first annual right-handed batter in the league's Tri-State Sweepstakes bowling history. Roettger also was a St. tournament will be held at the Louis Cardinal player. Dr. Pepper bowling lanes here on . . . . the Sundays of May 1 and 15. ... . L1IYflroT "r Dl i The first place winner will re- ,ine nma inovncr iwmci iiu-fesalonal third baseman making a head coaching start this season. He is Indiana's Ernie Andres, wbo started the 1946 aea-aon aa the Boston Red Sox' regular hot corner guardian. At Purdue, Ray Schalk of iron- man catching fame with the Chi- r , , 17Ktt Gnv ...In , tVi Hi K --" , , l fssvrei.i to Tb Oaau X rr,r liL1 , OI k WELLMAN Seventeen players Coach Mel Taube. It is with no' ... amrAmA t. . little pride that Schalk each spring, afh,.r K.n-,, k.m v, abandons hi big Chicago bowl- iast wi. ing plant to spruce up the Boiler-1 They arm: makers. Ray still holds the major M.nm Di-kar gu- a crta leaKue record of eight seasons as V.'V'syuUr. rj?m AiX oesi iieiaing csicner. ' uon uooowir. por. w Michigan's Ray Fisher, the dean oulnr T.diaTk r"aV,7aiV of Big Nine coaches with his 29th nd Dor. Topping season coming up, harks back to v a eb asaaaBB-a-a-aar tw -r-- rr -ri t ab ivm T nii a cirei the New York Highlanders, the "RW J -- -w- " 1 predecessors of the Yankees. In I A Award 17 Letters To Wellman Athletes Beat the H.C.D! mHighCo$t of Driving y drfvirvq a "co4'tid" eH Drr- If p oS OvevroWt . . . siporfi will cHock yanir car aari f;-a r fhe smrvica ncsry fo avaid cmsfy fapain BEFORE they happatnl As a raWt youl k)tf iy mora 8Jt8 ot saa, acoro-;cai d; ! MOTOR TX"VII P Brake Work Pftirrrmcj lody I Ftror Drve In Tomorrow' RAPIDS CHEVROLET CO. Ml FIRST AVENUE SE DIAL 8-S1M Night Oamaa. tDeubleheaders. olldayi te Paranthaaaa. All Star Oa Brooklyn. Tuesday, July 11 1949 W1100 ST. LOUIS DETROIT CLEVFXAND WAJIhInOTON PHiIa NEWORK BOSTOH A Apr. 10. May 1 Apr. II. ft. tl Apr. IT May 11. tl. 14 jli S Za May 10. 11 ?y V,'.!',1? ! July (4)t, I July 1 t, I May 17. If I. lit j"n. tO;tl $f Ju ?'' 14 ' Juna 14. II, It Ju" " "' Aur. It. It S Aur. 10 Auk. 11. II. 14t aus. . I. 7 Aur f 1 4 Ju'y ' - lt T,,it' at aa ! 8pt. tO. Oct. 1. I Sept. 1.1. 4 Sept. t)t Sept. 11. 14 Sept. l. IT Sept. l0.il tSL Apr. 11. 11. 14t mm Apr. 17. II " ?5nu " M,y ?L ,,. May 17. II Mav W. IS My 2L."., st torn- Jun 1-1 M- jftv l 1 it Jru?.' 1 , Jun' 17- June lit Ju,n.' JJ ,4- " Sept. 71 ITI Aug. II. II. 14t A,r,.'r July It. 19. 11. July If. 17. II AUg'TTt . JJ . . SPt- M' "' t fel.41? rMBtV. Sl' SPt- 18t g tt. ,14.,i74 fv iihi't' May It. 14. lit ajsa Apr. tt. tl. 14 May 17. II. 1 May 10. II May 15. If " Mav 12. 13. 14 niCTmOlT Jutvl lOt July I. T June IS. 19. SO Juna 17. II, lit June 14 15 1 Jun. II. IS. Mt Jun. 10. II. tt DETROIT July lot Au . J( lf ipa AuJf 15. july . ,j JU Au , 4 j . 7 Sept. 10.11 s Sept. 17 - 4 Sept. tt. 14. II Sept.lt Sept. 10. II Sept. II. i7 Sept. II. 14 May 11. lit Apr. 11. 10, 11 Apr. tt. 10. May 1 .- My J,5,; May I2t. 11. 14 Mav IT. It. 11 May CLEVELAND July 1. 7 July f. I. 10 July 4)t,l E) Ju.s la ' M ' June 11. 11 Juna 17. 18. 11 VS?2'- CLE ELAND .... Aug. 11. tit Aug. 17. II Sept. 7. t WW a,?M? .. At Aug. 6. I. 7t Julylf.17.il July If. 10. tl. Sept. 17. II. tt Sept. f . 10. 11 S.pt. 10, Oct. 1. 1 s.pt if 17 SPt. If Sept. II. II s.p". 10. tl - JlnVt lt y J T y Kfi My ,f- A5S'J''tM' Apr. It. M. II APrv ft M aj WAIHINOTON Julv 14 11 ll June 1. 1. I Junall.lt Juna 7. f JaSr74 July S. 1. 10t i!y 7i WA.HmoTOH.. jii ."ff iyvyt I feVo'i? 3;";"-14, FHTLADBLFKIA 8 'Jf,!, iW l4 f ftlL C U S (ft' &J y.,-..T. jlTnaVlt Mayt. 1, 10 May 11 Hff; "!, May 14. lit am Apr. It. II. 14 MEW YORK .... 1un.1. Vi. July 14 It 14 June 7. f . Jun. 10. 11. lit 3y iT . July I. 7 A June II. it, 10 1 .July Tt if am 10 If July If. It, 14 July 19. 20 II Aug. If. 11. 14t Auf. . 10. 11 Aug. lit Sa'pt j Au- 14 Au T gfr i4 Sept. l)t 8pt. 14. M r!.'y Va yy It' 1! May 1.4, May I, 7 May 14, II. 14 Apr.lt.10.il Apr. tt. 10, May 1 -- ur.?.-.l,t. iuS . Juna 4. I. Junal. f, 1 July f. 7 July 1. 1. 1 Jury mt, I gVJ TOW July If. 10. 11 July If It!, 14t July 14. II II July 17. If Aug. If. 10. II Aug. 14. 17 S.pt. 7 i. I M Aug. M. It. It Aug. If Aug. 10. tl Aug. ttf. Sept. 17. If. It Sept. 10. lit Oct. t, I I I 1 Pt. 1 Af M.wat.aasta i 1 1 , . m .L. T t : -L nis Kcona siari ior ine mgri- m. landeri, fresh out of Middlebury college, Pitcher Fisher was aent by Oeorge Stallings against Big D Ed Walsh of the White Sox. K Later, Ray hurled against Christy $ Mathewson of the Giants. Up Minnesota way, Dkk Sis-bert, former Philadelphia Athletics first sacker, begins bis second tern at the Oopher helm. Slebert, with plenty of playing ability apparently stUI left, surprised the baseball world several years ace by refusing to report to the St Louis Browns 1 after a deal by the A't. Still a seventh conference coach wun Dig league background is Iowa's Otto Vogel, beginning hia 22nd Hawkeye season. Vogel played 71 fames for the Chicago Cuba in 1924. Michigan and Illinois are da-fending co-champions in the conference. Ossian DeSales Preps Open Baseball April 19 Special to The Oasette. OSSIAN The DeSales parochial baseball team will open its schedule April 19 against Fort Atkinson, it was announced here last week. Members of this year's team include: Bob Oerltman. pitcher. Urban Uoirr catcher; Jerry Limp, ftrtt baae Mel I Kluart. second baae: Darrell Ochlenel third baae: Norbert Wolf, ahoruiop and Sitcher. Jim Lechtenben trn t'hlen-. aka and Mark Uhlenbake. outfielder, and Don Bchrldle and Warren Halter, utility Playeri. The schedule: tDoaW. Meadeeay, Ho H d ft JTS hft laPQtttaaltsV AH ttar Oama Brookty , TvMaday. M)f VI. 12 in Baseball At McGrtgor McGREGOR The 14S spring baseball Mason is underway at McGregor high school under the supervision of Coach Bill Luther and his assistant, Don Buhr. Twelve have reportod for prac-1 Wegtmar college of Le Man. tice. The letterwinnera7 in the, Dr. John E. Dorman. UoDer Upper Iowa Baseball Card Starrs Wednesday Special to Tho Ossatto. rAYETTE Upper Iowa university will open its baseball season Wednesday st 2:30 p.m. when Winona State teachers comes here. 'date has been changed from April Friday Upper Iowa plays host to " to.''f c."ch CabalKa .Tiuiiuvctiii niiiuiuin ni .iniui ' day Wamac Basaba Meet Is April 23 Spaeia to Tha Oasette. MONTICELLO The Wamac conference baseball tournament courts. Any one interested kt the league this year is invited, Byron Stoney, secretary , announces. Stoncy also revealed Saturday that the 1949 national tournament has been awarded to Salt Lake City, Utah. Prizes totaling S3.200, including $400 for first place, will be at stake. group are Captain Alan Butter-field, first bat; Roger Rosa, third base; Jack Bachtell, short; Dennis Denning, second base; John Harlow, catcher; Gerald Thompson and Tom Nugent, pitch and outfield. Other prospects who played last spring include James Koehn, Junior Kemp, At Breitbach, and Paul Erts. The schedule: April 14. at Marquette April 19-11 County, at Monona. Aprtl M, at Lanirtnf. April II. at Luana. May 3. Outtcnbrrt. May S. Marquette. May . at Luana. May 11-a. Sectional. Vinton, Independence, Maquo- Iowa coach, has yet to decide on eta and Monticello will be repre sented in the tournament. Cabalka has 88 boys on his squad that opened the season with a win over Hopklnton, the first In two years for Monticello. The present squad includes: Reade and Eaceri, catchers: Netll seenuien, urii Daaemen; Bkelley a lineup for either game. Winthrop Nine Host To Brandon Next Friday Special to The Oasette. WINTHROP With two wins al ready behind it the Winthroo hish ?lJt.heIlna-. . cond baaemen; Wtllwerth , r -" iana ocnneiaer, snort stops: Sturzenegger, 60, Grid Figure, Dies LOS ANGELES (AP) A, J. "Sturzy" Sturzenegger, 60, assistant to the graduate manager at UCLA and for many years a familiar figure in the . university's athletic department, died Friday night after a lengthy illness. Born at South Bend, Neb., Sturzenegger played football in high achool at Lincoln and the University of Nebraska. He once was back field coach under the late Fielding Yost at Michigan. In 1924 ho waa an assistant grid coach at Southern California and then joined the staff at UCLA, serving for many years under Head Coach Bill Spaulding and subsequent regimes. He had been in ill health for a year. Ten days ago he became aeriously ill. He died at his home. Two daughters survive. school basebal team continues its schedule Friday against Brandon here. The schedule: April 15 Brandon. April II At Dunkerton. April 21 Quasqueton. April 15 Center Point. April 17 Dunkerton. April 29 at Lamont.-May 1 Rowley. May S at Quasqueton. May 10 Lamont. and and .tnn. Uv thl.H base: Schrader. Macomber. Helaers, Appleby, Robinson. Bual Behrends. Homes .n.d, Adamson, outfielders; and Schneider. Wlliw.rth. Bkelley Turner and Schmidt, pitchers. Horseshoe Loop Meets At Ellis Park Today A meeting of the Cedar Rapids norseshoe league will be held at 2 P-m. today at the Ellis park April 1 At Tort Atkinio April 22 At l.aniins Aprtl 17 At Rldeewar April 2- At 8t. Lucee. May 3 Fort Atkinaon. May 4 Ridseway. May I Lanslna (IC.V May U-ll sffleaaj tournament. May W St Lueaa. Set Aside Stream For Use of "Kids" Special to Tha Oas elte. DECORAH Mull ins creek' in Howard and Winneshiek counties; has been set aside for the use of : "the kids" during the 1949 fishing season according to Tom Berkley, district conservation officer. Berkley said the stream will be for the sole use of youths 16 years of age or younger. The conservation officer also declared that early anglers will be fined and that the May 1 starting date for the trout season will be strictly enforced. County Recorder James Hepburn said that many of the residents in the area- are ready for the season. Over 260 licenses were issued in the first seven days of April. SUCCESSFUL MR. JULIUS RECKER prominent farmer of Manchester, Iowa, posed for this picture in his new Style-Mart Sharkskin Suit and Resistol Hat. Mr. Recker is one of Yager's regular customers. STYLE-MART CLOTHES are one of the famous nationally - advertised brands that are featured ; at YAGER'S. You, Too, Will Make An Imposing Picture In The Easter Parade In One of YAGER'S Nationally Famous SUITS and TOPCOATS MEN IN AIL WALLS OF LUTE PREFER YAGER'S CLOTHES 4aaBe aaV I Moi of These Brands Art IxcluaHre urtth YAQZK S im Cedar Rsptdi STYLE-MART STL VERTEX GRIFFON EMY-IEITH FASHIONBILT PHOENIX CURLEE & FRANLINSHIRE "Since 1912" PHONE SI 57 HARPER'S For expert Ante Body and Pender Repairs, Axle and Frame Alignment, Glass Replacement. Paint Re finishing and other non-engine repairs Bring It In or Call Ds HARPERS AUTO REBUILDERS 431 FIFTH AVENUE SW BETTER BUYS - Lio Models in All Makes . Priced to Sell! NEED CASH? ... WE NEED CARS! Bring Vaurx in Vott-: tt SECOND AVENUE 8E DIAL I-J555 ' Compart YAGER'S value with that offtrBcl by any othr gtor in towrf " Make a most szading comparison and look (or thete qualitieB we're sure you want in your clothing: Style, quality, line tailoring, fit and long wear. You'll find them at Yager's. -eaatfcTelaFamBB mmrf9kWmmKmrWr9J9WWM 4l SIZES REGULARS 36 TO SO SHORTS IN 36 TO 46 LONGS IN 37 TO 48 STOUTS 38 to 54 YouTJ Buy Your Clothe At YAGER'S If You Want A large selection thai will giro ycu hundreds to choose tiotr. m your preferred size, color or pattern. Styling That Makes You LookTetSr Smart Worsted Fabrics Thai Can Take Lou of Wear Hand -De tailed Tailoring for Satisfaction Qothing Value Thai Speaks Than Words FABRICS and COLORS: Blues, Tests. Grty$, Browns, Greens. Shades Strtprs. GABARDINES, SHARKSKINS and PLAIDS Gi Easter is April 17th NEXT UNDAT ' " Our La yaw 9 PI

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