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Miller Boosts Orioles' Hopes By JOR RKK'HI.ER AssocialfKl Press Sports Writer Rolip.f -ipcvialisl Stu Miller, believed to have last Jiis mound niHjrir a year ago, is up to his old tricks and breathing new life into (he Baltimore Oriole."' American League pennant aspirations. The Butterfly Man, who earned his nickname because of the way he confounded National League batters with his tanialix.itur slow curves, was traded to Baltimore last, \vinler by the San Francisco CJiants who palmed him off l as fill washed up. This emu- in judgment may have cost the Giants a sec-; Ond straight rlianipioiisliiji. Little St'u has never been bet- j ' ter. i FAN FARE By Wak Dkien THINK 111. &O SACK. The Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League ' W. L. Pet.G.B. 55 K .615 Ixis Angeles Chicago St. Ixinis .San Francisco Cincinnati . . Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia . Houston New York ">0 40 .55(5 50 -12 .543 50 43 .538 49 4-1 .527 47 44 •1(1 45 45 47 :i(5 59 31 61 5'i Now in his 11th year in the big leagues, thf 34-yrar-old right- hander is still bpfudrlliny rnomy batters and bailing out his teammates with spectacular rescue worl<. Miller came through with another clutch rolk'f performance Tuesday night helping Milt Pan- pas and the Orioles sew up a 5-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers. It was his ninth emergency in the last 14 days and his seventh save Patterson Believes He Has Equal Title Chance LAS VEGAS, Nev. UP) — It wouldn't be fair to say that when 7 R 9 10 10 .516 .505 .489 1l'i .379 22 .337 23',;i Results New York 4. Houston 3 Chicago 1, Milwaukee 0 Los Angeles 5-2, Philadelphia 2- in that span, during which he was Floyd Patterson packed his bags credited with on c of the 10 Oriole ; lo come to Las Vegas to fight victories. j Sonny Liston, he came prepared The triumph boosted the Orioles j for defeat. to within one percentage point of I T n c ex-world -heavyweight fourth-place Minnesota and just a i champion says he hag an cental half game behind the second-place ' chance with Lislon to regain the San Francisco 3-2, Pittsburgh 23 St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 4 (10 innings) Today's Games !San Francisco at New York (N) Lo.s Angek's at Pittsburgh (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Milwaukee at Chicago • Houston at Philadelphia (N> New York . Boslon (!hicago '.. Minnesota . Baltimore .. Cleveland .. Angeles American League W. L. Pet.G.B. .. 54 .13 .021 — . 49 40 .551 8 .. 50 41 .549 6 .. 49 41 .544 0' .. 51 43 .543 6', .. 40 45 .503 10 ... 44 50 .408 13'/j Kansas City ... 39 50 .438 ]6 Detroit 30 50 .419 J7V4 Washington . 33 58 .363 23 Tuesday's Results '•New York at Minnesota, rain 'Kansas City 11. Boston 0 Washington 3, Chicago 1 'Baltimore 5, Detroit 2 'Los Angeles 2, Cleveland 1 Today's Games [New York at Minnesota (N) • Boston at Kansa s City (N) .Cleveland at Los Angeles (2, cwi-niglit) Washington at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Detroit Reds, Blues it Two Spl The two Knights of Columbus Minor League knothole baseball (cams split a double-header at Clint Liuhtncr Field here Tuesday night. In the B-teaiu preliminary, the Reds win 10-9 thrille r witii onc out in the bottom of the fifth and final frame, rallying for three runs. The nightcap saw the Bluos rack up a 10-4 decision in (he A-team battle. Bluos had an 11-6 hitting edge in the prelim. ,T. Bergkamp and M. Ortiz both hit two single, and a triple L. Brack singled twice. For the Rods, Armstrong doubled !>m! singled and D. Garcia singled twice. Red piti-her .T. Geier fanned four button and walked tour. For the Blues, M. Ortiz fanned six and walked six. Boston Hod Sox, who traU the front-running New York Yankees by six lengths. In other American League Kami's, Kansas City bombed Boston 11-0, Washington defeated Chicago 3-1 and Los Angeles nipped Cleveland 2-1. Rain washed out the Yankee-Twins contest in Minnesota, halting piny while the league leaders were at bat in the second inning.. It was a busy day in the National League where the Chicago Cubs climbed to within 5'/i games of front-running Los Angeles by heating Milwaukee 1-0 as the Dodgers were held lo a split by Philadelphia. The Phils won the second game 10-2 after Sandy Koufax had won his 10th game of the season for the Dodgers with a 5-2 triumph in the opening game of the twi-night doubleheadcr. San Francisco and Pittsburgh also split a night twin bill. The loams swapped 3-2 decisions with the Giants' Willie McCovey hitting homers in. each game, running his total to 28. St. Louis edged out Cincinnati 5-4 in 10 innings and the New Hork Mets eked out a 3-2 victory over the Houston Colts. Baltimore, back in stride after losing 22 of 30 earlier in the campaign, slammed four home runs to thwart Detroit's Frank Lary in his comeback bid. Boog Powell, Jim Gentile, Brooks Robinson and Bob Johnson hit the homers MIII 8 r relieved Pappas In the eighth out of a bases-loaded jam at the expense of only one run that cut Baltimore's lead to 3-2. He struck out Rocky Colavito and ended (he inning by getting Billy Bniton on a slow roller. H was his 42nd relief appearance, most in both leagues, and his 15th save. He also has won three. Moe Drabowsky pitched the shutout for the Athletics who bombed Boston pitching for 15 hits. The veteran right-hander permitted the Red Sox only four hits for his first victory of the season and first Kansas City shutout since May 17. Drabowsky helped his cause with a home run and a two-run single when his teammates jumped on loser Dave Morehead for five runs. Fansler Beats Texans Twice Fansler Tires defeated a pick- title in their Monday night fight. But in the words of Patterson himself, he did bring along his famous disguise of a false beard and moustache in the event he loses "bad." Boxing fans throughout the world were startled, if not astounded, last September when the fallen champion, hurrying from the scene of his one-round knockout to Liston in Chicago, was discovered driving to his New York sports slate WEDNESDAY Major League Knothole baseball. Single game at 8 p.m. at Clint Lightncr Field. Rotary vs. Knights of Columbus. Spact League Softball for girls of ages 11-15. Jets vs. Rockets at Chet Cleaver Field. Missiles vs. Titans at Alta Brown Field. Both games at 6:30 p.m. Bowling: Women's Summer League. 8:30 p.m. at Garden Bowl. Men's league slow-pitch softball game. 7 p.m. at Fansler Field. Garnand Furniture vs. Kunz Mobil Service. Special men's fast-pitch doubleheader at Chet Cleaver Field. 8 p.m. Fansler Tires vs. team from Dodge City. THURSDAY Minor League Knothole baseball double-header at Clint Light- ncr Field. B-team preiminary game starts at 6 p.m. Lions vs. S'hriners. Men's league slow-pitch soft- Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League Batting (200 at bats)—T. Davis, Los Angeles, .331; Groat, St. Louis, .324. Runs—White, St. Louis, 69; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 67. Runs batted in—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 71; Santo, Chicago, and White, St. Louis, 65. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 121; Pinson. Cincinnati, and White, St. Louis, 118. Doubles—Groat, St. Louis, 26; Pinson, Cincinnati, 23. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 28; H. Aaron,' Milwaukee, 26. Stolen bases — Pinson, Cincinnati, 24; Robinson, Cincinnati, 21. Koufax, Los Ageles, 16-3, .842; Maloney, Cincinnati, 14-3, .824. Strikeouts-—Koufax, Los Angeles, 10; Drysdale, Los Angeles, 151. e . In the nigh cap. Blues stacked llp tt ,. lm , of Texas , a lc up a G .0 lead m the ,rsl three | ,„„,, ( , H , S ()f » fast-pitch mmnss. Tl, ; , wmners had a 7-4 . sortbu|l e , (l c , n » margin in hits. For the Blues, Wiener sineled Ilirec times and J. Brack tripled. Kraus homered and Herman trinled for tin- Reds. Blues pitcher Runp struck out 14 hatters and walked two. For Ilie Hi'ds, Keller fanned 11 and walked seven. National Jalopy Races Stated Field Tuesday night. The locals won the first game, 16-2, in five innings and t h e second, !)-2. in three frames. Andy Guerrero pitched the first game, George Servantez the nightcap. American League Batting (200 at bats) — Yas- tr/.emski, -Boston, .337; Malzone, Boston, .324. Runs — Allison, Minnesota, 65; Yastrzcinski, Boston, 55. Runs batted in — Wagner, Los Angeles, and Allison, Minnesota, GO. Hits—Yastrzcinski and Malzone, Boston. 111. Doubles — Yastrzcinski, Bos- ball game, 7 p.m. at Fansler Field. Garden City Co-op vs. Christensen Grain of Pierceville. Tee-Ball League softball for girls of ages 9-10. 6:30 p.m. at Chet Cleaver Field. Badgers vs. Sharks. Bowling: Women's League at 9:15 a.m.; Junior League at 6:13 p.m.; Mixed League at 9 p.m. All at Garden Bowl. Kaycee Chiefs Start Camp KANSAS CITY (AP)-The Kansas City Chiefs, with strong hopes of repeating as American Football League champions, opened summer training camp with a look at a talented goup of 23 rookies. Coach Hank Stram said the champs could be 20 to 30 per cent improved over Iftst year, if three problems are solved. He is looking for a punter, needs a replacement for Bill Hull, defensive left end now in the service, and hopes to improve the flanker spot in his passing game. The top three rookies won't report until Aug. 4 because they will play in the annual College All-Star 'game against the Green Bav Packers Aug. 2 in Chicago. They are Bobby Bell of Minnesota, Junious Buchanan of Grambling La. and Ed Budde of Michigan State, all highly-rated linemen. home alone and lonely, wearing this weird beard and moustache. Today, Patterson said he has the same masquerade here. He didn't reveal it; he simply confirmed it, as if putting a false beard and moustache in his gear was just like bringing along an extra pair of socks. "Yes, I have the beard and moustache; I'm not ashamed of it," Floyd said. Was it because in the event he loses, he wouldn't want to be bothe'red by people, by autograph hunters? "No, not that. But — and I don't think I will lose, or lose bad, like before. But if I did, I would put it on because I would be ashamed of myself. I would have let my friends down. I would want to cover my face." No one asked, perhaps in charity to the ex-champion, if he had a premonition of defeat before the first Liston fight, since he has said he brought the disguise before that fight. Patterson made it clear, however, as far as he was concerned, he does n °t anticipate defeat in the return bout — or at least such a quick rout of two minutes, six seconds. "My chances are just as good as his," he declared. Patterson was bitter in rebuking intimations that he was suddenly seized with fear and froze in the first Liston fight. Packers Start Drills GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP)—The last of the regulars pulled into the training camp of the National Football League champion Green Bay Packers Tuesday night and immediately began taking their physicals. The examinations mean that veterans and rookies alike will begin full scale drills today. The Packers meet the college All Stars in Chicago Aug. 2. The Cleveland Indians were involved in 27 shuthouts last season. American League rivals blanked them 15 times. Costly Vacation For Bo Belinsky LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hawaiians showed they were ready for statehood. Now comes the larger question; Are they ready for Bo Belinsky? Belinsky, like statehood, is coming to the Islands a little late. The Los Angeles Angels tried to option the unpredictabe pitcher to their Hawaii farm club in the Pacific Coast League on May 25, and he is just now making arrangements to report. Word reaching the mainland indicates Hawaiians found waiting for Belinsky somewhat more endurable than waiting to get into the Union, But if it was easy for them, it was expensive for Bo. When the 26-year-old left-hander ton, 26; Versallcs, Minnesota, 22.1 refused to report t 0 Hawaii, the Triples — Hinton, Washington,! Angels placed him on the dis- 10; Versalles, Minnesota, 8. qualified list i uttiiig him off the Belinsky had a 1-7 record and a G.39 earned-run average when the Angels cut him — one year and 20 days after he first achieved •wide public notice by pitching a no-hitter against the Baltimore Orioles. At the time the Angeles gave Belinsky his separation papers, he was engaged to Miss Mamie Van Doren of the movies, The word was that they were to co-star in a pirate film, giving Belinsky a chance to dazzle moviegoers with southpaw swordsmanship, But their off-screen romance dissolved before Belinsky learned which end of the sword to hold and Bo added the movies to the list of industries in which he was unemployed. Monday mo r n i n g , Belinsky In the opener, Fanslor led b ilina each had a pair of sin- ton, Washington, 17. Pitching (Eight decisions)—Ra- Ford, , glc's and a double for G union. i The nightcap saw Fansler lead j datz, Boston, 10-1, .909; mv • iv i>i ' l)y 9 ' 2 '" llit;i aml commit three New York, 14-3, .824. Ill lUU.-SSO.N — Mans a r e j errors. The losers were charg- Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit taking shape here lor the seventh^ with oi{ , ht> | m PizalTO Chicago 117 ' national jalopy champion-,— ' . _' payroll until h e starts pitching porter later. "Too bad he didn't again, and since it probably will decide to go to Hawaii when we take him at least 10 days to get firs t ' r ted to send him. He might in playing condition, his vacation j be back here now." is likely to cpst him more than Belinsky could not be reached ? 5 i°°°- I after his meeting with Haney. s-hin races. The speed classic is scheduled for Sunday July 28. Site will be K;iiu.us Stale Fairgrounds. ! Jalopies race over a half-mile dirt oval. Qualifying trials will he nui the day before the championship race. Pro-race festivities start at 12:^0 p.m on Sunday. Racing ^iets under way at 2 p.m. Seven events will make up the Sunday l>rogram. topixst by the 50-lap! national title classic. Two Games Tonight ; A special men's fast-pitch softball (louble-heade,. has been H'beiluleil at Chet (.'leaver Field tonight. ' Fansler Tire s takes on a team Irotii Dod^e City. First, yame ,;tft.s under way at 8 p.m. • Catcher John Koinano led the Cleveland Indians in home runs with 26 and in runs batted in with 81 during 1962. </ Koufax, McCovey Set Hot Pace By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A biliant left-handed pitcher spurkiny a pennant drive ami a run,;y slugyer on a club in the throes of critical slump continue as the hottest items in the National League. Sandy Koutax of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Willie McCovey of the San Francisco Giants, each starred again Tuesday night in doubleheader splits. j Koufax /ired his ninth straight j victory ami 16th of the season at Philadelphia, going six perfect in-j ninys and finishing with a six-hit-1 ler in a 5-2 vctory. The Phils | rebounded against the first-place i Dodders in the second game,! romping 10-2 with a KMiit attack ! led by Johnny Callison. McCovey belted a homer in each game at Pittsburgh, extending his hitting streak to 21 games and his homer total to 23. aud won the opener 3-2 'with a two- out homer in the ninth inning. Then the Giants dropped the second game, 3-2, falling into fourth place with the seventh loss in their last nine 'games. Chicago's runner-up Cubs edged to within 5\a lengths of the top, taking Milwaukee 1-0 on a four- pitcher shutout and Ken Hubbs' homer. St. Louis moved into sole possestion of third, nipping Cin- cinnajj*< 3-4 on a lOtii inning squeeze bunt by Tim McCarver and Bobby Shantz's fine relief pitching. New York's last-place Mets clipped Houston 4-3 with a ninth-inning run in the other NL game. Koufax, gunning for his fourth -straight shutout and 10th of the >ear, retired the first 18 Phils in order as the Dodgers built a 5-0 cushion. But Tony Tavlor nk-ked Kou£x for a lea doff double in the seventh and eventually scored on Tony Gonzalez's sacrifice fly ! for the first run off the star lefty ! in 34 innings. Doubles by Don i Hoak and Earl Ave'rill gave the Phils another run in the eighth. The Dodgers got their five runs and 12 hits off loser Art Mahaffey and Chris Short, with Wally Moon socking a homer and Jim Gilliam two doubles. Callison walloped two homers and two singles in the second game, which th.e Phillies wrapped ( up with three runs in the first off | Nick Willhite and four more in i the third against Ed Roebuck.! Dallas Green went the distance' for Philadelphia. i MeCovey, who has totaled 14 homers during his 21-game hit-1 ting string, connected in the top i oi the ninth in the opener at Pittsburg against Don Card- i well. Willie Mays-and Orlando Ce-'[ peda also homered for the Giants as they ended the Pirates' 'winning streak at five. McCovey sent San Francisco off winging in the second game with a first-inning homer, and tied it at 2-2 with a run-scoring single in the third. But the Pirates got the clincher in the fifth on Bill Virdon's triple and Roberto Clemente's single. Don Schwall was the winning pitcher, with Al JIc- Bean again providing strong relief, ind Jack Sanford lost his fifth in a row. Bob Buhl of the Cubs checked the Braves without a hit until Hank Aaron doubled with two away in the seventh inning at Chicago. He gave way to the heat and humidity in the eighth, and Don Elston, Dick Lemay and Lindy McDaniel limited Milwaukee to one bit the rest of the way. Fog* 8 Garden City Tetotfram WMffletday, July 17, 1963 Lamar Captures Goodland Meet Lamar, Colo., Farm Supply Sunday night won the championship of the second annual Goodland Jaycees men's fast-pitch Softball tournament. The Coloradans defeated Rosel Perforators of Liberal by 8-1 for the championship. Pitcher Vern Mauch allowed just three hits, and Homer Strain hit a home run . Eight teams took part on Saturday and Sunday, and Garden City's entry — Southwest Carpet and Tile — finished fifth. In first-round openers Saturday, Lamar beat host Goodland Clothiers by 10-2; Hays VFW topped Southwest Carpet by 5-3; Senti Realtors of Denver blanked Hill City Texaco by 12-0, and Rosel shut out Fai r Shopping Center of Sterling, Colo., by 5-0. morning losers-bracket semi-finals saw Garden be s t Goodland by 13-5 and Hill City top Sterling by 6-1. Sunday afternoon winners-bracket semis had Rosel beating Denver and Lamar blanking Hays by 8-0. Goodland then nudged Sterling by 3-2 for seventh place and Garden dropped Hill City by 10-1 for fifth. Denver defeated Hays by 7-1 for third. All five Hays runs in the Garden City opener were unearned, but the winners had a 7-3 hitting edge. Jerry Schultz pitched for Garden City. Against G o o d.l a n d, Garden made Just one error — while the losers committed four. Garden had an 11-6 hitting edge, with Loren (Buzz) Cookriel doing the pitching. In the fifth-place game against Hill City, Garden had an 8-1 margin in hits, with Schultz pitching. Garden made two errors, the losers 'six. Excavators in Slow-Pitch Win Reed and Stinemetz rapped out 16 hits at Fansler Field late Tuesday to defeat Welders Supply, 12-9, in the daily men's league slow-pitch softball game. The Excavators committed a big total of 10 errors — six in the last two frames when the Welders plated five of their nine runs. But the winners overcame that with superior hitting. Welders Supply got 11 hits, but only two went for extra bases. Seven of the 16 Reed- Stinemetx hits went for extra bases. The game took 53 minutes. Five Reed-Stinemetz batters hit at least twice. Ken Kisner turned in one of he season's best batting stints: three triples. Don Bowby singled twice arid doubled. Bill Wasinger tripled and singled, and Joe Dreiling doubled and singled. Virgil Hands singled twice. For the losers, Kent Mantin was the ba,tting standout: two doubles and. two singles.' Ken Brung>ardt had two singles'. Reed-Stinemetz rolled up a 9-1 lead after 3V<2 innings, but the losers trimmed the final margin with eight runs in th'e last four frames. Excavators Welders R H E 302 403 0—12 16 10 010-302 3— 9 11 7 Slate Changed ForKnotholers Schedules for Minor and Ma-j jor League Knothole baseball! have been changed for this week- j end to accommodate the Ameri-; can Legion sub-district tourna-| nient here. Changes were announced by Herman Beringer. The revised schedule: Friday — Rotary vs. Kiwanis at Alta Brown Field. 6 p.m. No B-team preliminary game. Minor League. Saturday — Knights of Columbus Blues vs. Odd 'Fellows at i Chet .Cleaver Field. Minor Lea- j gue. B-team preliminary game i will be played at 6 p.m. as this! field is lighted. j Sunday — Major-Minor double header at Pansier Field. Kiwanis vs. Rotary at 1:30 p.m. in Major League game. Rotary vs. jii- wanis at 4 p.m. in 'Minor League game. Monday — Shriners vs. Knights of Columbus Reds at Alta Brown Field. 6 p.m. No B-team prelim- 'nary game. Minor League. Nu-Style, Garnand Split j Two practice men's slow-pitch j softball games were played at! Alta Brown Field here Tuesday : by the newly-formed Nu-Style i Shoe Store squad. i In the opener, Garnand Furniture topped Nu-Style, 4-2. Nu-! Style won the second game, 7-6. ] It was called after six innings j because oi darkness. I Arnie Tabbed PGA Favorite DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — The world's top professionals, with hardly a critical whimper among them, will set out Thursday in the first round of the Professional Golfers Association Championship over a course they say they like— believe it or not—even if it is baked by 100-degree heat. "It's a good, fair course," Arnold Palmer said today. "Sure it's hot but when you play a tournament in Texas in July you expect that." "I don't remember ever seeing a course used for a major championship that is so well-conditioned and so fair," echoed Mike Sou- chak. "There are 18 tough holes out there, tough but fair. The fair- Kismet Defeats Sherman's Grill Two Southwest Kansas League women's Softball games were played Tuesday night. At Kismet, the Kismet Komets ;ook the inside track on the league crown by dropping Sherman's Grill 7-4. It was the second defeat in SWKL action for Sherman's and made Kismet the title favorite. Mary Patrick pitched th e win. Shirley Nuzum was the Sherman's hurler. The game previously had been postponed by rain. At Cimarron, Garden City Telegram scored a 19-18 win over Cimarron Traveles in a liigh-scoring battle. The winners had an 18-13 edg'e in hits. Telegram scred two runs to win it in the bottom of the seventh, using a single and three walks. Two more SWKL games are set tonight. Smith Packers of Garden play at Deerfield. Sherman's Grill is. at Lakin. Coca- Cola of Garden goes to Kismet Thursday night. —Whether buying or selling, use relegram Want Ads! ways ar e fine a.id the greens are the best. You can't ask for much .more tha.i that." The " object of this sweeping praise is the 7,046-yard, par 36-35 —71 Dallas Athletic Club course where a talent-jammed field of 167 will begin hammering away at 7 a.m., Thursday, for the third in America's annual triple of prestige tournaments. It's also the last chance for Palmer, the king of golf the last four years, to win a major championship in a year in which he one else in PGA history and yet hasn't hauled in one of the big ones. No one can call a year in which he has won a record $88,150.18 an off year but so far this season, Palmer has been off his feed in the big ones—although he staggered into a three-way playoff in the U.S. Open before finishing third behind Julius Boros and Jacky Cupit. He was well down the list in the Masters, won by Jack Nicklaus, and last week wound up 27th in the British Open, won by the' New Zealand left-hander, Bob Charles. The fact that he's overdue, plus his record of never having won the PGA championship, have made the Latrobe, Pa., master a 4-1 favorite in the 72-hole medal play championship. Dodge City Advances In N on-Pro Tourney WICHITA (AP) — Dodge City advanced to the fourth round of the Kansas Non - Pro baseball tournament Tuesday night with a 9-3 victory over Kinsley St, Mary's. The game was called at the last of the eighth under a six-run lead rule, Wichita National Guard and McPherson Merchants advanced to the third round with victories over Greeley and Wichita IGA. The Wichita Guardsmen defeated Greeley 6-4, and McPherson downed Wichita IGA 4-2. Kinsley and Wichita IGA were eliminated. U.S.D.A. Good CHUCK ROAST Lb 43c U.S.D.A. Good RIB STEAKS Lb 73c Chunk BOLOGNA Lb 29c Lonqhom CHEESE „, 49c U.S.D.A. Good SHORT RIBS lb 33c 10-Or. 1 *C 3 P. $1 No. 2i Cans Besrpokt Frozen CORN and PEAS Betty Crocker CAKE MIXES Van Camp PORK and BEANS Food Kinq OLEO 4p£,59c Garden Club GRAPE JAM ,. 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