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Hope ^r Star SPORTS IV Texarkana Golfer Tied for Lead •4' College Basketball THE' A8§oetAflO,iPRBSS, •TOURNAMBStBf Collep Mflltoiff, Bonnies, /Houston Risk Records Houston and St ( Bonaventure, fthe only unbeaten major college * basketball teams in the country, ' risk their winning streaks as the NCAA! national championship tournament resumes tonight. Both face stern tasks, The top-ranked ^Houston Cou* gars,; 29*0, go against ninth- ranked, .Louisville, 20-6, in the Midwest regionals at Wichita, Kan. St» Bonaventure, 23«0 and third*ranked nationally, faces the No, 4 North Carolina Tar Heels, ,25-3, in the East Region* als at Raleigh, N.C, Individual duels give these games added lustre and make them stand out over the other six second-round contests— Columbia-Davidson, Ohio State- East Tennessee, Kentueky-Oar- quette, , UCLA-New Mexico State,, Texas Christlan-Kansas State and New Mexico-Santa Clara* Elyin Hayes, Houston's .Big E t is pitted against Louisville's Westley Unseld'in a matchup of AU-Americans. Another All- American,-Larry Miller of North Carolina, faces Bob Lanler of St. Bonaventure, who made the All-American second team as a soph. Duke, 10th ranked nationally and the only team in The Associated., Press Top Ten not in the NCAA , tourney, scored an impressive ,97-81 victory over Oklahoma City Thursday night in the opening of the National Invitation Tournament. In the other first-round NIT game at New , York's Madison Square Garden, St. Peter's beat Marshall 102-93 in two overtimes. Elnardo''Webster .scored 51 points,, including seven in the second overtime, to pace St. Peter's. jMlke, Lewis led Duke with 22 points. : , t,- , ',' .; Prime, interest in the NCAA WestV.regionai's^at^lbuJ Millwood Lol<« Information Forecast for Millwood Rising Elevation of Lake 259«78 Elevation of Tailwater 249*20 Condition of Lake Murkey Fishing Good Visitation for Week 14,568 Number of Gates Open 13 Tain* ter, 2 Sluice C.F.S. Flow 18,283 Mosquito Control None By KON SPIER Associated Press sports Writer Better Not Count Royals Out Yet By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Don't count the Cincinnati Royals out of National Basketball Association .playoffs—not with 44 homers and 121 RBI in 1967, is off to a slow, start in Grapefruit League competition. But nobody Is concerned. The powerful left-handed slugger is grndually getting,sharp, after a tiring loir of Winter banquets from cost to coast. On Thursday the Red Sox broke their three-game losing streak with a 7-1 triumph' over the White Sox. Yastrzemski had one hit, but the big blow was < Rico Petrocelli's'twp^run single'. '• Dick Ellswbrtli'pitched ,effec- ''Zealamf and comeback"-bidding lively for five innings;.- -,, ,;•','Bruce Devlin of Australia used Glenn Beckert/Billy Williams sharp putting to cut four strokes Challenger s tfr the GUfus Golf foufntrmeht msy seoffc but .Jack .NiekI.9U$*. the king of th« fairway 'belters- is having trou* ble with his driven . • • "I'm not hooking or slicing I'm Just striking the ball off the wrong' way," said Nicklaus, "1 got a new driver before last week's Dorai Open^ and t ; haven't found out how .to direct it yet," ' ' > Nicklaus still managed to take a share 6i the lestd Into today's second round .after shooting a 67 to tie Miller. Barber (n Thursday's opehetu .'..... -, -, , , Nicklaus ;said he wasn't complaining; however, "because it Is silly to say how bad I'd rove it and"'how" t mari^ putts I missed ftnd still come in with a 67." The Ohio strongman salvaged a flve-under-par round with some lucky bounces' and great iron play, and hit 'W greens In regulation strokes."' Barber tied' Nicklaus' score and 41 other players brpke par as the flashy field started scrambling for the $23,000 first -prize payoff. • • •i- The fast' finish by Nicklaus and Barber' just before dusk broke open one of the biggest logjams of the year. ;F ive play. ers ' wore; 'deadlocked for the lead at '68 -before , they were bumped;- ouC^ - , . •', Southpaw Bob Charles of New Ky. wasteyaft 45, tod, S!, ??, trinity, fl B**tt «K NIT fltsl Round SI, Peter's, tU., 162, shall 93, two Of s Duke 97, Okta, City 81 Mafi NA1A 0U4rteNFinaIs Central. Ohio, St» 66, Central Wash, 47 Westminster, Pa,, 92, Eastern Montana 84 Fairmont St, 86, Dickinson St. 81 Oshkosh 67, Drury 55 dor, UCLA's,twp,-tlme All-Amerlean. He is' expected to lead the Bruins' in a bid to retain their national title. , Kentucky's showing against Marquetfe is the .headline"In the Mideast '.regional ' at .'Lexington, Ky. Adplph Rupp, Kentucky's coach, who holds the all-time career record of 781 victories, is after an .unprecedented fifth na. tional title. ' This is the complete schedule for tonight: , At Raleigh, N.C.—Columbia, 22-4, vs. Davidson, 23-4, and SU Bonavenutre, 23-0, vs. North Carolina 25-3. At ' Lexington, Ky.—Ohio State, 18-7, vs. East Tennessee, 19-8, and Kentucky, 21-4, vs. Marquette, 22«5, At Wichita, Kan.-Houston, and Lou Johnson each drove in a run in a Chicago Cub sixth-inning rally and the Cubs beat California 6-4. Chico Salmon's single in the last of the ninth capped a struggle by Cleveland, driving in the winning run In a 9-8 triumph over San Francisco. Jack Aker's low throw in the eighth Inning let Aaron Pointer in with a run and Houston beat Oakland 1-0. Willie Davis drove in runs with a double and a single and Los Angeles beat Detroit 5-0. Tank Aaron's two-run'double was one of 22 hits by Atlanta ,,aod the'New" York Yankees'as -.-the Braves won 7-3. StVliouf* beat Minnesota 7-4, Lou Brock' tripling in two runs. , ; Philadelphia won its third straight game, 2.0 over the Mets, behind the shutout pitching of Larry Jackson, Gary Wagner and Bill Wilson. Baltimore got five home runs and crushed Washington ll-2i< Pitcher Jim Palmer had two. shots and Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson and El rod Hendricks each had one. Montreal Just Likes Home Ice By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Philadelphia's home away off par along'with little Deane Beman, surging Tom Weiskopf and surprisjng Don Massengale. .'/Four "more players —Bert Yancey, John Lotz, Bob Murphy and Lee Trevino— were tied at ,69, with Ken Venturl, Gay Brew- Qardner 29-0, vs Louisville, 20-6. and from home was onlv s o- so ,.but ' * *_ „ k«_ u .i__Mi i.t____l_ 1 _^ 1/I_. Texas Christian, 14-10, vs. Kansas State, 19-7. At Albuquerque, N.M.— UCLA, 25-1, vs. New Mexico State, 22-5, and Santa Clara, 213, vs. New Mexico, 23-3, At New York, ,NIT first round -Kansas^ 19«7, vs. Temple 19-8, and VUlaijova, 18-8, vs. Wyoming, 18-8, At Evansville, Ind.-NCAA College Division final — Kentucky Wesleyan, 27-3, vs. IndJ. ana State, 23«7. At Kansas City, NAIA semifi- najs-Central, Ohio, State vs. Westminster, Pa,, and Fair« moot, W, va,, vs, Oshkosh, Wis,, State, Kentucky Wesjeyan defeated Ashland, Ohio, 45.32 and Indiana State beat Trinity, Tex,, 77»67 in the semis of the NCAA College Division tourney Thursday night, In the NAIA quarterfinals, Central State whipped Central Washington 66.47, Westminster vanquished Eastern Michigan 92,84, Fairmont overcame Dick' iuson, N,p f| 86,81 and Oshkosh edged Prury, 57,55, for Montreal there's no ice like home ice. The Flyers were chased out of the Philadelphia Spectrum when that new arena began falling apart, so their Thursday night National Hockey League game with Los Angeles was moved to Quebec, home of the Philadelphia American League farm. After 60 minutes of mostly desultory action, a scoreless tie was the result. The Flyers thus retained their position atop the NHL's West Division, three points ahead of Los Angeles, The Canadians, on the other hand, beat the New York Rangers 3-1 in Montreal and moved ever closer to the championship of the East Division, The Rang, ers and Boston Bruins are now tied for second, eight points be* hind the Canadiens, Bernie Parent kicked out 32 snots for the Flyers while Terry Sawchuk turned back 20 shots for the Kings, it was Parent's fourth shutout and Sawchuk's second, Ted Irvine threatened for Los Angeles just as the game was the the Is Getting Up for Ryun ',*'; By JJJ1E$ LJSKA'!,' ^, "•Associated Press SpoVts Writer DETROIT (AP) -. Gerry "Undgren of Washington State •faces the task of getting psyched up for fabulous Jim ' Ryun in the NCAA Indoor track and fieid'meet'. •"'" Ryun, the nation's top Olympic hope at 1,500 and 800 meters, is skipping the NCAA 880-yard 'run in which Villanova's Dave Patrick upset him last year. 'Instead, "<tli6,,. University of Kansas ace"" will 'compete against defending champion Undgren in tonight's two-mile run and will shoot for his second straight mile title Saturday afternoon. In an nth-hour guessing game, Kansas Coach Bob Timmons finally scratched Ryun from the 880, Patrick, i< whose Villanova squad is'favored with Kansas to give defending champion Southern California a.4ough battle for the team title, expressed some disappointment.>in not getting another, shot at Ryun. Although Ryun holds the outdoor world record at 880, the mile and 1,500 meters, he bowed to Patrick in the 1967 NCAA half.mile as the Villanova star ran him into the boards in a record 1:48.9 Southern California, which won last year's team crown with 26 points", returns'witli two individual champions, football star Earl McCuliouch. in the 60- yard high hurdles and Bob Seagren, one of three 17'foot pole vault contenders. Other defending champs in' elude 1,000'yard star Ray Ar. rington of Big Ten champion Wisconsin and Ted Downing of Miami of Ohio, one of three 7' jumpers. SOLUNAR TABLES iy Kifh* rd Aider. Knight n» j schedyle pf Sslynar Periods, as printed below, has been taken from Richard /Uden Knight's SOl.UNAB TABLES Plin your days, so that you will b.e fishing in good territory or hunting in good cpyer during these limes, if you wish (<o tind thf best sport }ha( each day has to offer. The Major Perjo4§ are shown in boldface type. These begin al the times shpwn and last tor an hour amj $ half or |wo hours thereafter The Minor Periods, shown in regular typs. are of somewhat shorter duration. Minor MAJOR Pro. Basketball By THE ASSOCIAfED PRESS NBA .'•; Thursday's Results Cincinnati 102, St, Louis &6 Today's Games Detroit at San Francisco Baltimore at Philadelphia Seattle at Chicago 3 New York at Los Angeles Saturday's Games Boston at Baltimore " Philadelphia at Chicago Detroit at Los Angeles ABA , • , Thursday's Results Dallas 90, New Orleans 87 Today's Gam^ Anaheim at Oakland ' ' Houston at New Orleans . ' •Denver at Minnesota r . Kentucky at Indiana Saturday's Games Denver at Dallas Kentucky at Indiana St. Peter Has a Hew Cage Star By MIKERECHT ; Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - The St. Peter's Peacocks, a movie-making flop in last-year's National Invitation 1 ;,^Basketball Tournament, haye^om* up with a 1968 hit made certain by a new star, Elnardo Webster. Call It an Oscar, or an Emmy or a most valuable player performance, they all fit the slender 6-foot-5 > forward whose 51 points almost single-handedly •tlbubie' overtime Thursday night. -"' • In contrast, 10th - ranked Duke's 97-8rbreeze over Oklahoma City in the nightcap of the opening first-round doubleheader at the new Madison Square Garden bordered on boredom for a drained crowd of 17,602. The racehorse, rough and tumble opener between two of the nation's' high-scoring, but overlooked teams stole the show, 1 living up to advance notices. More important to the Peacocks, who advanced to Monday's quarter-finals against Duke, it served to wipe out the stigma of last year's humiliating 103-58 loss to,Southern Illinois in the first round. For a while, it looked like another 1967 role for St. Peter's, which has never passed the first round in three other NIT ap-, pearances. The Jersey City, N.J., team went from a 27-22 lead to a 47-31 deficit as the taller Thundering Herd took control of the boards and the scoring. It was 51-38 at the half and 57-42 before Pete O'Dea and Webster, a Jersey City native, led the Peacocks on a string of 16 straight points. Four baskets by the 6-5 Webster and one by O'Dea, who finished with 25 points, in the last 3 1 /? minutes forced Marshall to come from behind to tie 83-all on George Stone's layup with 43 seconds left in regulation play, The Herd missed, (wo jumpers in the final seconds that would have won and then Webster, a one-man show with two regulars fouled out, scored all six, St, Pe-, ter's points in the first over' time, Still, %rshall had another chance to win, but missed an-^ other last second jump, u was the Herd's last chance as Web, ster pumped in three baskets at tn_e start of the second extra period for a 95'9l lead, Puke, g2-5, one of the tourney A JBB* !?• !S88 Hope High Golfers Play El Dorado \ By KALPtt ROUTON Star Sportswriter „ Qualifying for the Hope Hl^i School golf team ends today, is". the four winners strike into the / len'game schedule Monday wlfo" a match against AAA £1 Dorado* Seven golfers are competing,, tot the tour spots, which are determined in 36 holes of medftlv play* Bad weather has hampered preseason practicing, along with : ' J i the burning of the Hope Country Clubhouse. The fire Consumed- 0 several of the golfers' equip* ment, and the transition to all* new clubs has been tough* Opponents for the HHS'ers ta-;s elude AAA champ El Dorado, Class A state defender FordyceV^ and Camden, Magnolia, and Arkadelphia of Region 4-AA, Ma|i£ nolla Is the district champion,,, and state runnerup, and their" : cog, Sid Moore, was the 4 medalist last year. Here is the golf schedule foto : 1968, Including the post-season meets. Smi ES M 0|f S ' niN 6--&prltig training brings out the man> moods of baseball nlavcrs Willie May S (upper left) demonstrates disappointment as he misses a pile • Dodger pitcher Larry Staab (center left) grimaces as he uncorks a curve- h '! C , Cat .! ng a u sandwlch and ruiiilnallitg onhe $115"OM'contract ° r ° (rlght) ' 1>Ilnnc80ta Ba««ball Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Houston 1, Oakland 0 Los Angeles 5, Detroit 0 Boston 7, Chicago A, 1 Atlanta 7, New York A, 3 Philadelphia 2, New York N, 0 . St. Louis 7, Minnesota 4 Baltimore 11, Washington 2 Cleveland 9, San Francisco 8 Chicago N, 6, California 4 Saturday's Games Atlanta vs. Oakland at West Patni Beach, Fla. Cincinnati vs. New York A, at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Houston vs. Minnesota at Cocoa, Fla. Los Angeles vs. Baltimore at Miami, Fla., night New York N; : vs.' St.-Louis at St. Petersburg, F14 1 . 1 '"-* : > ; •'''Philadelphia vs; : Pittsburgh at Clearwater, Fla. Chicago N, vs, Cleveland at Scottsdale, Ariz, San Francisco vs. California at Phoenix, Ariz. Boston vs. Washington at Winter Haven, Fla. Chicago A, vs. Detroit at Sarasota, Fla. JO Sprinters Compete at Spa Today favorites, je4 AU*American Mike Date pay Minor M4JOB 15 16 17 Friday Saturday SjMay 7:10 U:55 8:?5 lfe?0 9:45 1:05 7:95 7:30 1:30 about to end, but Parent made a fine save, sawchuk made seven saves in the final period, The .Canadians' victory their fourth in a row while Rangers have., now gone long without a win, Gump siey's bid for a {h.fcr<j straight shutout was failed by ~ * ' Kurtenbach at 7:3J of t period* Worley had minutes and 28 seconds allowing 3 goal, Jacques Lemaire, Claude Provost and John Ferguson scored {or Montreal^ Flak** •.«.«• il!*.!.* LPS ANGELES (AJ>) „ Jerry Plffll • bail lilf HI West, All.PrQ guard of the Lps PORTLAND, Afeine ^ Pete Angeles Lakers said Thursday« hjs injuries continue to keep him. on the bench, he m*y quit playing basketball altogether. West has injssed ?8 games this year with an assortmen,t of injuries including a broken HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP)Ten sprinters from the claiming division will compete in the $3,000 feature at Oaklawn Park Friday with John Hundley's Stop Shot going for his second victory of the meeting, The race will be decided at six furlongs with all of the horses carrying $5,000 price tags. Most likely to contest Stop Shot for the role of favorite is Don Ford's Vastland. The two nave met once previously with Stop Shot finishing third and Vastland running fourth, although the latter was disqualified and placed fifth. Finishing second in that race was Marion H, Van Berg's Rejected Trouble who will be in the lineup again Friday. : Others in the field of four, year'Olds and up are W, A, Lofton's Angelic Star, \V, ¥„ Hi>1 son's Tulsa King, Riley and Rapp's World Herald, Mrs, Ber. nice Vinci's Mr, Pen Mo, E. G. Phoney's Spot Cash, Mathew Adelhart's Aurata Bea and Zo« rine Pappas 1 Priant Stewart, Icnnie Ray, who was scoring his second saddle success of the day, brought Mrs. John Hund< ley's Brown Creeper in 8 1 /? lengths in front of Edswinner in the $5,000 feature race Thursday, Ray's two victories put him SMU Leads Conference Swim Meet ' FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — Southern Methodist took a giant step toward capturing its 12th consecutive Southwest Conference swimming championship Thursday by winning four of the first five events. Three SWC records were broken during the first day of the three-day meet, SMU's 800-yard freestyle relay team of Cameron Emmbtt, Richard Wade, Fred Schilcher and Mark Tabbert lopped al- : most two seconds off, the record. The .Mustangs, clocked 7:10.2, compared", to/the'reco'rci. of 7:12.1 set by the 1967 SMU relay team. SMU's P. K. Brown set a 50- yard freestyle of 21.2 in the preliminaries and then won the event in 21.5. The record of 21.4 was set by Robert Graham of Texas Tech in 1967. Texas' Dana Curtis cracked the 500-yard freestyle mark in the prelims and then bettered his own mark in the finals. He swam 4:52.3 in the prelims and 4:48.2 in the finals. The record of 4:52.4 was set by Steve Boss of Texas in 1966. SMU, which captured the top four places in two of the events, wound up with 205 points. Texas scored 128. Texas Tech is third with 77, followed by Arkansas with 51, Texas A&M with 35, and Rice .with 18. TCU failed to score. The Results Hockey MARCH 18 23 APRIL 2 6 8 9 16 19 27 MAY 10 El Dorado Fordyce Arkadelphia Fordyce El Dorado Arkadelphia Magnolia Camden 4^AA Meet State Meet ••t There,, Here " - -• ' * i v Here "" There .i! Here There-e Here Here '-"' Magnolia.,. - 1 Little Rockjp National Hockey League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Los Angeles 0, Philadelphia 0, tie Montreal 3, New York 0 Today's Game Oakland at St. Louis Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at Montreal Boston at Toronto Detroit at St. Louis Los Angeles at Minnesota Schranz Will Do His Best in Ski Rote ASPEN, Colo. (AP)- Austria's » &' 'Schranz feels at 29,. ,1'just, Ka as young as years ago." best I did five He says Wins Scoring < Title Solely * on Kicking NEW YORK (AP) _ Aging'. George Blanda lasr season became the first player in Amert*": can Football League history to win the scoring title solely oi£- place kicking. Official statistics released to^ : day show Blanda with 116 pointy.. for AFL champion Oakland. He" kicked 20 of 30 field goals at* : tempted and added a league^ leading 56 extra points. BlandaC: missed one conversion kick during the season. "° : Rookie Jan Stenerud of Kan- ,„ «. ^^"^s^'second with 108* *" M or six points. He had a league leading "I'll do 21 field goals in 3 6 tries. Another kicker, Gino Cappe!*.!:!.: led Forty-six women skiers, by Suzy Chaffee, Rutland, 500-Yard freestyle- 1. Dana who drew the No. 1 startingpo Curtis, Texas, 4:48.2. 2. Steve sitlon, race down a I'/a-mile Boss, Texas, 4:58. 3. Russell down hill course with a vertical Phegan, Texas, 5:02.8. 4, Ver- dr °P of 2,050 feet, non Slovin, SMU, 5:09.6. 5, Mark NdVV Names Tabbert, SMU, 5:10.3. 6. Lloyd ' Clifton, Texas 5:12.2. my best but I don't have to prove anything" In international letti of Boston, the 1966 cham- ski races this weekend. pion, finished third with 95 I; Schranz and the 24-year-old points. Cappelletti also serves,,. Jean-Claude Killy, France's su- a s a receiver. ' ~"- ; per skier, meet in downhill to- Top non-kicker among the^: day, slalom Saturday and giant scoring leaders was New York's/ •• slalom Sunday. fleet Emerson Boozer, who fin- It's their first head-on duel ished sixth with 78 points on a': since Killy swept three Olympic league-leading 13 touchdowns. gold medals in Alpine skiing at Btozer missed the last tw6 t: ' Grenoble, France, last month, months of the season with torn, Schranz claims he should have ligaments in his left knee. won the slalom, but the ski jury disqualified his best time on grounds he missed two gates. Seventy-one men from the United States and six foreign countries are entered in the downhill, a two-mile race with a vertical drop of 2,600 feet, '0:3 BotT; Gagnon to Field Shelby Mustang MONTREAL (AP) Gagnon of Montreal, 26-year-old president of an auto parfs" n; manufacturing company, said Thursday he will field a Shelby'"' Mustang in the 12-hour car race at Sebring, Fla., March 23. Its' drivers will be Francois Fa,.<, vreau of Montreal and Marius Amiot of Rimouski, Que. . t^: 200-Yard individual medley— 1, Karl McCrary, SMU, 2:01.5. a Grid Coach ANNAPOLIS, Md. Mike Stock, 28, was named an 2. Richard Wade, SMU, 2:03,1. assistant football coach at Navy 3. Richard Marshall, SMU, Thursday, He is a former full Matt Powers, SMU, by thiroMeam 8 (, e with tarry Snyder for the opening minutes. Jerry Mftit May Quit Baseball LOS ANGERS top spot in the jockey standings, Poth have 37 victories. Brown Creeper ran the six furlongs of good track in 1:13 3,5, ajjd| returned §9.40,$5.QQand $3.30. Edswinner paid §8.20 a«J $3,60. Yicki's Choice returned $g.6Q for show. kynjero scored in the first race snd At A Girl won the sepo»4 for a $31440 daily double. Riccitelli, 172, Portland, stopped Paul Kasper, 175, Bangor, 7, BALTJMORF - Ralph Pajla din, 154^, Baltimore, outpoint ed Luis Yinales, 154 3 4, York, 8. 2:03.2. 4, Matt Powers, 2:03,2, 5, Charles newman, SMU, 2:03.9, 6, Harold Johnson, Texas, 2:07.8, 50-Yard freestyle-1. P. K, Brown, SMU, 21.5, 2, Cameron Emmott, SMU, 21,9, 3, Fred SchliQher, SMU, 22,1, 4. Garry Francell, SMU, 22,4, 5, Ken Ward, Arkansas, 23,8, 6, Drew Ligon, . Texas, 2g,6, (Judges awarded fifth place to Ward), 800«Yard freestyle relay I. SMU (Emmott, Wade, SchllQher, Tabbert), 7; 10,2, 2, Texas, 7?J5,5, 3, Texas Tech, 7$30,0, 4, Arkansas, 7530,5, 5, Texas A*M. 8:06,5, 6, Rice, 8:51,4, One.meter diving--i. Bryan Bobbins, SMU, 444,7, g, Bill Jones, Texas Tech, 4?6,g5, 3, Scott Duncan, Texas, 413, 4, Tom Neyland, Texas, 40l,i5, 5, Larry Pavis, Texas Tech, 389,15, 6, Nate HPlt, Texas Tec)). 346,9, Soph Captain fgr Yal§ Team NEW HAVEN, Conn, (AP) Thatcher SheJJaby of Hermosgi Beach, Ca,Uf,, is the first sopho* more elected captain of a Yale basketball team since Ed Robin* son in 1955 f The 6?fooU3 swing man! who back for Northwestern. 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