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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1987 SPORTS THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL A miracle Winer win Red ral| y ends Giant streak Last-second TD lifts S.F. as Bengals stunned CINCINNATI (AP) — The Cincinnati Bengals set out to kill time, and ended up killing themselves. After considering more obvious options, Coach Sam Wychc ordered his team to run the final six seconds off the clock Sunday with a fourth- down sweep and preserve a six- point lead over the San Francisco 49crs. The play failed to last long enough. And moments later, when 49cr quarterback Joe Montana cashed in on yet another Cincinnati tactical blunder for a 25-yard touchdown pass and a 27-26 victory, the Bengals were left to slam their helmets on the artificial turf in self- disgust. "The coaches, everybody, should be aware of the situation," quarterback Boomer Esiason said. "... Sam told me, 'You've got to waste some time.' I thought we had wasted enough time. Obviously, we didn't." All they wasted was a chance for a 2-0 record. "I've never had a game like this," said running back James Brooks, a key figure in the last-second drama. "But football is very strange." Indeed. The Bengals, 1 -1, had dominated the first half with a ball-control offense thai built a 20-7 halftimc edge. San Francisco Coach Bill Walsh castigated his team at halftime, inspiring (he 49crs to draw even. Montana threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Jerry Rice who beat rookie cor- ncrbuck l-.ric Thomas on the play — and Ray Wcrsdiing added a pair of field goals to forge a third-quarter lie. Esiason handed off to Brooks, who was quickly slopped by defensive lineman Kevin Fagan, shooting through unblocked. Two seconds were left when the clock was stopped for the change of possessions, and a disbelieving 49cr offense took the field for one last chance from the Cincinnati 25-yard line. When they lined up, they received another improbable gift. Thomas, burned twice Sunday for long touchdown passes, was lined up in single coverage against Rice, the 49ers' best receiver. The rest of the Cincinnati secondary had incorrectly shifted to the other side of the field to cover the three San Francisco receivers bunched on that side, leaving the rookie alone. It's exactly the mistake the 49ers hoped for. "When we had one down remaining, they single-covered Jerry Rice and I think pur whole team saw it and Joe saw it and wanted to get the ball snapped before they realized it," Walsh said. "And there was Jerry standing with one person standing behind him in the end zone. So it was a matter of throwing the ball in front, Jerry jumping and our scoring." SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Cincinnati Reds aren't kidding themselves. With their backs to the wall, they posted a dramatic victory, yet they realize it probably isn't enough. Down 6-4 entering the ninth inning on Sunday, the Reds erupted for six runs and shocked the San Francisco Giants, 10-6. But the second-place Reds still trail by eight games and the Giants' Magic Number is six. "As long as we keep winning, we're in it," Reds Manager Pete Rose said after Nick Esasky's grand-slam homer capped the winning rally. "Pennants and wins are all momentum, and the Giants have a lot of momentum right now," added Rose, referring to San Fran- cisco's 18-7 record in the last 25 games and 29-12 mark since August 7. Still, victory was sweet for the Reds, who were knocked nine games out of the division lead with a 5-1 loss on Saturday. Thanks to Esasky and Kal Daniels, the club salvaged some pride in the final 1987 game between the clubs. ."It doesn't look real good for us, but we still have a fighting chance," said Esasky, whose fourth career grand-slam greeted reliever Jon Perlman and made Rob Murphy, 7-5, a winner .'Don Robinson, 10-7, took the defeat. A pair of homers by Daniels, giving him 26 for the season and three in two days, created a 3-0 Cincinnati lead in the fifth. The Giants bounced back for a 4-4 tic with the help of homers by Will Clark and Candy Maldonado. Jose Uribe's run-scoring single cracked the tic in the seventh, and Clark's RBI double made it 6-4 in the eighth before the Reds jumped on four Giant pitchers in the ninth. The Giants weren't worrying. however. "I'm just thankful we don't have to see Daniels again this season," said Giants Manager Roger Craig. "If you areoncor two games behind and lose a game like this, it would be a different story. 'But an eight-game lead with 13 games to play isn'tbad," Craig said. "We've been playing like a machine for a month, so we had to lose sometime." Pop Warner gridders breeze The 49ers' Dwalne Board, pictured above playing against Cincinnati In the 1981 Super Bowl, and his teammates pulled off a miracle win Sunday against the Bengals. A's hang on to beat Royals, 7-6 By GLENN ERICKSON Journal Sports Editor Emiritut The Ukiah Lion Cubs, Junior Lions and Lions chalked up second straight victories of the season Sunday at San Rafael, defeating Central Marin by respective margins of 28-0, 16-0 and 28-0 in Pop Warner football action. In so doing they ran their collective aggregate points in wins over undermanned Sonoma and more competitive Central Marin to 190 points, while the defense of each team has allowed opponents zilch. That could change Saturday at Healdsburg when the future Greyhounds renew a hard-hitting rivalry with the future Wildcats. The games will be at the historic baseball-football Recreation Park, where many a great game in both sports have been played. Highlights of each of Sunday's games: LION CUBS 28, CM 0 Antoine (Pudge) Williams, who scooted for two long touchdowns and several other long-gainers which were called back by penalties against Sonoma, carried the ball seven times for 186 yards and all four Cub touchdowns Sunday. He scored on sweeps of eight and 27 yards, burst through the middle for a 58-yard touchdown scamper, and also went 80 yards on another sweep. Key blocks were provided by Josh Stout, a first-year player starting his first game, who led the way with his more experienced ,/eers in laying the wood to spring Williams. If it wasn't the combination of Josh Huff, Stout, Don McMullen and Pete Ziro on one side, it was a combination of Sam Reid, Shawn Peterson, Jason Squires, or speedy halfback-blocker Josh Heady clearing the way and convoying Williams to touchdowns the other side. Mike Diaz booted two two-point placements. Starters played only sparingly and the Cubs had only 23 scrimmage plays in all. Justin Capri, Ben Gomes, Mike Diaz and company sparked the as- yet unscored upon Cub defense. JUNIOR LIONS 16, CM 0 The "middleweight" Junior Lions, playing between the "lightweight" Cubs and "heavyweight" Lions, found they had their hands full with Central Marin, partly due to their own untimely nuisance penalties or fumbles, and partly due to some strong play by Marin. But the Junior Lions made the first play of the game, the opening kickoff by Central Marin, count for six big points as speedster Maurice Travis ran the kickoff back 68-yards, setting up the first of two two-point conversions by Matt Grothe. A slaughter? Far from it. For one reason or another, as noted above, the Cubs didn't score again until the third quarter, when a devastating block by Darren Thompson sprang Travis for a 23-yard touchdown. Grothe converted. Darren Thompson, Ken Schacfcr and the football-loving Travis paced the tough defense which limited Marin to only a first down or two. UKIAH LIONS 28, CM 0 The Ukiah Lions"'Big-D" played virtually flawlessly at every position and the "Big Team" offense scored four touchdowns to defeat a team Coach Brad Shear fell played very well. The Lions scored first on a sustained drive, Aaron Hool. MIS scoring from four yards out The second Lions scor ;>:•. on a 70-yard punt return t / Jason Moody, with big blocks by John Studer 'and Brady Bcchtol and others. Brady Bechtol found newcomer- Prairie Sims, who has moved to Ukiah from Palo Alto, with a touchdown pass from 16-yards out for the third Lion TD, and Aaron Hookcns punched over a two-yardcr for the fourth. The Lions had sonic conversion problems, making only two of four, one each by Jason Kindopp and Jason Moody. KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — So go figure the game of baseball. The Kansas City Royals visit Oakland last week in the heat of a pennant race and win three out of four, vaulting into second place behind Minnesota in (he American League West. . Then into Royals Stadium come the third-place Athletics. Three games and three victories later the second-place A's leave town with renewed confidence and the Royals, in third place Six games in back of the Twins, ponder the fickle nature of their sport. Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE Eut Divlilon w 87 85 84 75 72 71 Weil Dlvlsk W 82 74 72 64 63 63 L 61 64 64 74 77 77 an L 67 75 77 85 85 86 Pel. .588 .570 .568 .503 .483 .480 Pel. .550 .497 .483 .430 .426 .423 GB — 2K 3 12V4 15« 16 GB — 8 10 18 18H 19 St. LOUIB New York Montreal Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago San Francisco Cincinnati Uouslon Los Angolas Atlanta San Diego c Saturday's Games » San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 1 • New York 5, Pilltburgh 4 „ Montreal 12, Philadulphia 4 .' St. Louis 5. Chicago 3 San Dingo 2, Houston I. 14 Innings !- Allanla 10. Los Angeles 7 1 Sunday's Games " Philadelphia 4, Montreal 1 ', Pittsburgh 9, New York 8. 14 innings 1 SI. Louis 10, Chicago 2 H Houston 3, San Dingo 2 * Los Angelas 5, Atlanta 3 Cincinnati 10. San Francisco 6 Monday's Gimei New York (Goooun 14-6) al Chicago (Lancaster 7-1) Pittsburgh (Drabek B-12) al Montreal (Sebra 6-14), (n) Philadelphia (Maddux 2-0) al St. Louis (Tudor 7-2), n) Los Angeles (Welch 12-9) at San Francisco (Hainmaker 10-10), (n) Only garnee scheduled AMEFIICAN LEAGUE East Division "When we came in here, we figured we had to win the scries," said Oakland Manager Tony La Russa. "But to sweep the scries, any series, when you're on the road is something you wouldn't dare dream of. It's quite an accomplishment. A lot of teams have come into Royals Stadium over the years in September pennant races and failed to win a game, let alone, win the series." The Royals fought.back from a 7-0 hole Sunday but fell barely short as the Athletics pocketed a 7-6 victory and handed Kansas City its fifth loss in six games. Oakland (Stewart 19-11) 'at Cleveland (Schrom 6-11), (n) New York (John 12-5) at Milwaukee (Barker 2-1), (n) Chicago (DeLeon 10-12) at California (Flnley 2-6), (n) Kansas City (Saberhagen 17-9) at Seattle (Campbell 0-4), (n) Only games scheduled "It was a tough deficit to come back from," Royals Manager John Wathan said of the 7-0 hole. "We spotted them too many runs early in the game. That's the way it's been lately. On the positive side is the fact that we battled back again and didn't quit." Mark McGwjre, soon to become Oakland's second straight winner of the American League rookie-of- the-year award, collected four hits and the Royals' Willie Wilson made a rare error as the Athletics held on Sunday. SB-Canseco (14), Potonla (28). S—BHarper. Phillips. SF— RoJones. IP H R ER BB SO Oakland Ukiahi frosh-soph harriers win By GLENN ERICKSON Journal Sports Editor Emeritus Ukiahi's five frosh-soph cross- country runners ran the 3-mile MacKerricher State Beach altered course just three minutes apart to win the big first place trophy in the Floyd Cooney Invitational Saturday at Fort Bragg. It probably was the last time Ukiahi will run a frosh-soph team • Flntt Quarter Clrv-Klnnebrew 2 run (Breech kick), 826 Cln— FQ Breech 23. 14:09 64313 22201 10000 10004 SAN FRAN uinuinr*«ii 0.111 rrwin ab r h bl Daniels TJonei Tredwy Stllwll : EDavis Parker Franco Bell 3b Esaiky McGrlil Larkln II II 2b >b cl rl P 1b c IS RRobnsn p FWIIIms RMrphy ONelll Totals p p rl 35 4 3 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 1 4 0 0 0 4 1 5 1 4 0 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 10 4 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 11 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Mllner cl Hdsn ph DRoblsn p Downs Lellerts Perlmai MWIms Mltchll Aldrete Mldndo WCIark Brenly Speler CDavIs P P n p fif II rl 1b c 2b cl Urlbe ss Krukow Melndz RThpsn Totals p Ph 2b abr 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 4 4 3 4 2 0 4 2 1 1 35 0 0 0 0 0 0. 0 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 i 0 0 6 h bl 1 0 0 0 p 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 2 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 '0 2 0 0 0 10 6 CYoung W.13-7 5 GNelson 2 Cadaret 0 Eckersley S.14 2 Kansas City DJackson L.8-18 4 75441 Farr 3 22051 JnOavIs 2 10000 DJackson pitched to 1 batter In the 5th, CYoung pitched lo 1 batter In the 6th, Cadaret pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP—OJackson, GNelson. Umpire*—Home, Bremlgan: First, Denklnger: Second, Cousins; Third, McCoy. T-2:57. A-26.461. Football Nations! Football Lt«gu» AMERICAN CONFERENCE Second SF— Wilson 38 pass from Montana (Wtnchlng kick). 11:42 Cln— Holman 46 pan Irom Eslason (Breach kick), 13:14 Cln— F G Breech 42, 14:58 Third Quarter SF— flic* 34 pas* from Montana (Wenching kick), 230 SF— FQ Wenching 24, 5*7 SF— FG Wenching 31. 11/43 Fourth Quarter Cln-FG Breech 41, 6:55 Cln-FG Breech 46, 13:06 SF— fllce 25 pass Irom Montana (Wenching kick), 15:00 A-53,498. East W L 90 58 90 59 82 67 82 67 72 76 63 86 56 94 West Division W L 80 70 76 73 74 76 73 76 70 80 69 80 67 82 Pet. .608 .604 .550 .550 .486 .423 .373 Pet. .533 .5,10 .493 .490 .467 .463 .450 GB ~V, 8K 8% 18 27Vi 35 • GB 3V4 6 6H 10 10V4 12V4 Saturday's Games elan Toronto Milwaukee New York Boston Baltimore Cleveland f ^, Minnesota Oakland Kansas City Texas TCalllomia •Seattle (Chicago r ' Minnesota 3. Cleveland 1 (, Detroit 6, Milwaukee 2 ;. New York 4, Toronto 2 L. Chicago 10, Seattle 8 I 1 Boston at Baltimore, ppd.. rain « Oakland 9, Kansas City 5 * Texas 4. California 3, 10 Innings 0 Sunday's Games p Boston 5. Baltimore 1, 1st game L' Boston 6, Baltimore 3. 2nd game C Toronto 6, New York 2 r Milwaukee 11. Detroit 4 w. Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2 Chicago 5. Seattle 3 i. Oakland 7, Kansas City 6 C Texas 2, California 1, 10 Innings c Monday's Games •• Toronto (Stleb 13-8) at Baltimore (Boddicker 109). (n) it Detroit (UnuM 1-11 at Boston (Sellers 7- Cincinnati 001 020 106—10 San Francisco 000 030 210—6 Game Winning RBI — Esasky (5). LOB—Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 5 28-Oanlels, WCIark. 3B— Uribe. HR— Daniels 2 (26), WCIark (33), Maldonado (19), Esasky (22). S—Treadway. SF— EDavis, Parker. IP H R ER BB SO Cincinnati HRobinson 6 65512 FWIIIIams 2-310010 HMurphy W.7-5 11-33 1 1 1 0 Franco 1 00000 San Francisco Krukow 7 74437 DRoblson L.10-7 11-33 3 3 0 1 Downs 0 01110 Lellerts 1-30 1 11 0 Perlman 1-31 1 1 00 RRoblnson pitched to 2 batters In the 7th, Downs pitched to 1 batter In the 9th. Umpires—Home, Slelto; First, Gregg; Second, G.Davis; Third, Harvey. T—3:06. A-*«B,274. 1 1 1 1 0 W L T 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 Pet. PF 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 28 31 62 44 31 PA 21 28 61 38 46 Central 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 West 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .500 .500 .500 .500 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .500 49 55 50 40 47 67 34 41 60 48 38 50 51 7 34 56 44 54 AL CONFERENCE 1 1 1 1 0 East 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 .500 .500 .500 .500 .000 29 51 48 64 33 38 51 41 45 50 New England N.Y. Jets Bullalo Miami Indianapolis Cincinnati Cleveland Houston Pittsburgh L.A. Raiders Denver Kansas City San Diego Seattle Dallas Philadelphia St. Louis Washington N.Y. Giants Central Chicago 200 1.000 54 22 Minnesota 200 1.000 55 35 Tampa Bay 110 .500 61 30 Green Bay 011 .250 17 37 Detroit 020 .000 26 61 First downs Rushes-yards Passing Return Yards Comp-Att-Int Sacked-Yards Lost Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Time ol Possession SF Cln 16 19 20-56 50-128 205 164 22 26 21-37-0 14-29-1 5-45 3-16 8-40 6-40 1-1 1-0 3-25 4-30 25:46 34:14 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—San Frandaco. Crab 12-35, Cribbt 5-14, Rice 1-4, Flagler 2-3. Cincinnati; KlnneUew 22-84, Brooks 16-31, Jennings 1-7, Esalson 10-5, Johnson 1-1. PASSING—San Francisco, Montana 21-37-0-250. Cincinnati, Esalson 14-29-1-180. RECEIVING—San Francisco. Wilson 7-104, Rio* 4-86. Craig 4-23, Heller 3-22. Crtobbs 2-11, Planter 1-4. per se this season, the NBL doing away with Frosh-Soph and Jayvee divisions in meets this season. Ukiah's varsity boys and girls also gave good accounts of themselves, considering the girls were missing three top runners, and the boys had one or more boys really queasy from the ride to the coast. Coach Bill Kubran was pleased with many of the efforts and h opes to have a still stronger set of teams dndnnatl.'ColUntwoitn 3-32. Brooks 3-28. Holman 2-55, Brown 2-32, Munoz 1-12, Martin 1-9, Jennings 1-7, Kln- nabrew 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS—None, Top 20 Fared How the Associated Praia Top Twenty college football teams fared this week and schedule for Sept. 26: No. 1 Oklahoma (2-0-0) la Idle; at Tulsa. No. 2 Nebraska (2-0-0) Is Idle; at No. 15 Arizona State. No. 3 Auburn (2-0-0) Is Idle; at No. 14 Tennessee. No.4LouWanaStale(3-0-0)beatRlce49-16;vs.No.5 Ohio Stale. No. 6 OHo Stale (2-0-0) beat Oregon 24-14; at No. 4 Louisiana State. No, 6 Miami, Fla. (1-0-0) la Idle; vs. No. 12 Arkansas at Unla Rock, Ark. No.7Fkxlda State (32-<W)) beat Memphis State41-24; at No. 17 Michigan State. No.8Cbmson(3-0-0)beatNo. 1«Georgia21-20;vs. Georgia Tech. No" 9 Notre Dame (2-0-0) beat No. 17 Michigan State 31-8; at Purdue. No. 10 Washington (2-1-0) bet to Texas AIM 29-12; n. Pacific U. No.11 Alabama (2-1-0) lost to Florida 23-14; at VanderWn. No.12 Arkansas (2-0-0) beat Tulsa 30-15; vs. No. 6 Miami, Fla. at Little Rook, Ark. No.13 UCLA (2-1-0) beat Fresno State 17-0; vs. Arizona. No.14 Tennessee (3-0-0) Is Idle; vi. No. 3 Auburn. No.16 Arizona State (2-0-0) beat Pacific U. 31-12; vs. No 2 Ntfrraskt, No.16 Pittsburgh (2-UJ) lost to Temple 24-21; at West Virginia. No.17 Michigan State (1-1-0) bet to Na 9 Notre Dame 31-8; vs. No. 7 Florida State. No.18Georgia (2-1-0) k»t lo No.BCIemson21-20;vs. South Carotin* No.19 MicNgan (1-1-0) beat Washington Stale 44-18; "'NoJ&Penn SUM (2-1-0) beat Cincinnati 41-0; vs. Boston College at Foxboro, Maat. to challenge Healdsburg al the Field-Stone Winery in Alexander Valley on Wednesday. Led by Andrew Kramer and Wayne McClintock, who finished 4th and 5th, nine seconds apart in 18 minutes and 36 and 45 seconds respectively, the Ukiahi Frosh- Soph team won the team title willi a low aggregate 45 points. Second at 53 was Analy of Sebastopol, and third in the large school division with 57 was: host Fort Bragg. (Willits, with 55 points, and Lower Lake, with 83, topped the small-school Frosh-Soph division.) The Ukiahi varsity boys placed sixth as a team, the division won handily by powerful Montgomery with just 30 points, 41 points better than runner-up Sonoma, and 55 to 89 ahead of the rest of the field. OAKLAND ab r h bl Phillips ss 2 0 1 0 Hendsn rf 3111 MDavis rl 2000 McGwIr 1b 5 0 4 0 Lanslrd 3b 3 2 1 0 Canseco II 2 1 0 1 BHarpr dh 1 0 0 0 Polona dh 3100 Stelnbch c 4 1 1 1 Gallego 2b 5 0 1 1 Murphy cl 1 1 0 0 RJcksn ph 1 0 1 2 Javier cl 1000 Totals 33 7 10 6 Oakland Kansas Clt; KANSAS CITY ab r h bi Wilson ct 5121 Seltzer 3b 4000 Brett 1b 4121 Trtabll rf 3000 Balbnl dh 4000 Pecota 2b 3100 FWhlte 2o 1000 LSmlth II 4120 RoJons 88 2121 Bosley ph 1000 LOwen c 2112 Quirk c 1000 Esnrch ph 1 0 1 0 Totals 35 6 10 5 012 130 000—7 000 031 200-6 Atlanta New Orleans San Francisco L.A. Rams West 1 1 0 .500 31 1 1 0' .500 45 1 1 0 .500 44 .000 32 68 48 66 Ity _.___._... Game Winning RBI — Steinbach (5). E—DJackson, Wilson, McGwire. DP— Oakland 1, Kansas City 2. LOB—Oakland 10, Kansas City 4. 2B—Sleinbacn, LSmlth, RoJones, Elsonreich. 3B—Wilson. HR- LOwen (4), Brell (20). Sunday'! Garros Denver 17, Green Bay 17, tie Buffalo 34, Houston 30 Miami 23. Indianapolis 10 Philadelphia 27, New Orleans 17 Cleveland 34, Pittsburgh 10 San Francisco 27, Cincinnati 26 Chicago 20, Tampa Bay 3 Atlanta 21, Washington 20 Dallas 16. New York Giants 14 Los Angeles Raiders 27, Detroit 7 Seattle 43, Kansas City 14 Minnesota 21, Los Angeles Rams 16 San Diego 23. St. Louis ?' Monday'* Game New England al New York Jets Ssn Francisco Cincinnati 0 7 13 7-27 10 10 0 6—26 How Supex Bowl wlnrwi* dM the) following yew Won Super Bowl Lost Super Bowl ,2 Chicago Triune Graphic by Tim Williams; Source: Chicago Tribune news reports BIT I YOU DIBM'T * • KNOW * Brought to you by ^ KEN PETTY * Hire's the story of one of the most * unusual games ever seen in college foot- * tall... Tews Tech played Centenary in * Shrmport, La., on Nov. 11, 1939 and * during tint game, spectators saw an * unbelievable total of SEVENTY-SEVEN * punts!... The game was played in a heavy 4- downpour, ind at one point, Texas Tech * md Centenary each punted on first down * on 22 consecutive plays!... No other game * in American football history ever saw so 4- many punts... The final score was 0-0. > • » • • 4- How times have changed in football... When the first All-America team was Mlected in 1889, EVERY player on the turn wes either from Harvard, Yale or Princeton! ± • • • * * Did you know that Dan Marino is the first quarterback in the history of the National Football League to throw 30 or more touchdown pisses in 3 different sasons?... _, Marino threw 48 touchdown passes in * 1984, 30 in 1985, and 41 last year... * NO Other NFL quarterback has ever done that. *. I bit you didn't know... that Janway .j*. Ford his Ford factory Financing as low as *. 1.9 % on approved ciedit or cash back on 1 selected models up to $1000 through J September 30th only! Hurry in for details! j JANWAY FORD 4- )17Q South State St.. Ukioh * 468-0091

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