Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 29, 1957 · Page 2
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Coon Rapids Nips Carroll 2-1; Audubon Tips Manning; 4-3 Jerry Ibach Frank in Duel Loop Standings Coon Rapids — Pesky Dick Textor drove a sharp ground single between short and third in the sixth inning to score Jerry Ibach with the big run in a 2-1 Coon Rapids victory over Carroll Sunday. The victory gave Coon Rapids a commanding two-game bulge in the Central State League standings. It also, marked the third time the Carroll challengers have lost to the league leaders. •The Merchants had Ibach in trouble In five of the nine innings and had runners on base in all except the eighth frame, but the Coon Rapids ace got himself out of jams by. stranding 10 Carroll base-runners Costly Walks Frank Beck was charged with the defeat in spite of the fact he gave UP only three hits">*- all singles — and never more than one in any one frame. He contributed to his downfall, however, with a pair of costly bases on balls. In the first inning, Monthei walked to lead off and was sacrificed to second by Textor. Then Mike Blanchard rapped a Texas Leaguer to left field and Monthei scored the lead run. The winning marker in the sixth game came as Ibach walked with one away and stole second. After Monthei had grounded out from third to first, Textor drove a ground ball beyond the diving, outstretched arms of both third baseman Ronnie Hested and shortstop Rich Bengfort. The speedy Ibach rounded third and raced to the plate with the win run. Broke Ice in Fourth Carroll's one and only run off Ibach came in the fourth frame. Bill Burgess led off with the second of his three hits and was sacrificed to second by Bengfort. Hested grounded out. Bob Rothmeyer drilled an Ibach pitch into centerfleld and Burgess raced home with the tie run. Tryon's wide throw to the plate allowed Rothmeyer to go to sec ond base, but he was stranded there when Beck grounded out to end the rally. Carroll Threats Carroll had a runner on in the first with two away when Ray Blankenship was hit by a pitch He was stranded when Sam Long struck out. In the second, Bill Burgess sin gled to lead off and was moved to second by Bengfort's sacrifice. Hested filed to right and Rothmeyer grounded out. In the third. Cletus Heinrich doubled with two away and went to third on a wild pitch- Blanken- Lship walked but Long ended the threat when he flew out to left field. In the fifth, Bob Simpson was safe on an error and went to second on Heinrich's sacrifice. Blan- W 11 9 7 7 ' 5 2 L 3 S 6 7 9 11 Pet. 6B .786 .643 2 .538 <6» .500 4 .357 6 .154 8tt Business & Professional Directory Coon Rapids Carroll Audubon Churdan Manning Breda Sunday's Results: Coon Rapids 2, Carroll 1 Audubon 4, Manning 3 Churdan at Breda — WET GROUNDS « Wednesday's Games: Churdan at Carroll Breda at Manning Coon Rapids at Audubon kenship popped out and Long grounded out. Third Straight Hit Bill Burgess led off in the sixth with his third straight hit, a line smash down the right Held foul line but had to hold at first. On Bengfort's attempted sacrifice, Burgess was erased at second. Hested popped out, but Rothmeyer was safe on an error and Bengfort moved to secoriti. Both runners were stranded when Beck grounded out. Heinrich was sufe on an error with one away in the seventh but was forced at second by Blankenship who in turn was stranded when Long struck out. Carroll went down in order in the eighth but got a runner oh with two away in the ninth when Simpson singled to left field. But Heinrich grounded into a fielder's choice to end the game. The only Coon Rapids hit that didn't figure in the scoring was Dale McCarty's single to right in the seventh. He was stranded at first. • . Box Scores W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Strut Office 9782 Hem* fSI7 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial, 9774 Complete Visual Care Dr. 0. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318* Office Between Duffy's Bootery and Ellerbroek'a Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Offlco Ovor Woolworth Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 CompUta Visual Car* Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102 W. 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropraetie Health Service Dial S402 — Koepk* Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNBY-AT-LAW flttt N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock* Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office - Dial 3716 Residence - Dial 2283 CARROLL Slmpion, rf Heinrich. If Blankemhlp, 2b Lone, ct B. Burgess, lb _ Bengfort, as Hested. 3b ABRHPOA Rothmeyer, c _ Beck, p a) Brlnker Totals — COON RAPIDS Monthei. ss Textor, 2b Blanchard, ss . Tryon. cf McCarty, If Mau, c Dtran, lb Waters, rf Ibach, p ______Totals Carroll 5 _ 4 _ 1 _ 4 _ 4 _ 2 _ 4 ._ 4 _ 3 _ 1 „32 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 16 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 6 27 18 AB R H TO A 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 .25 0 11 0 0 0 Passed Boll And Larceny. Net Victory MANNING—Marvin Mlfler stole home with the tie run and Paul Eagan scored the winning marker on a passed ball as Audubon edged Manning, 4-3, in a come-from- behind effort here Sunday. The- Blue Sox grabbed an early margin on Dennis Ramsey's three-run homer in the fourth, but they were throttled from that point on by Lefty Carroll Scott. Audubon counted a pair of runs in the sixth and added the tie rally in the eighth. The winning run scored in the ninth. Struck Out 11 Scott scattered seven Manning hits over the nine-inning route and chalked up 11 strike outs. He also tripled for one of the seven hits off Roger Ohde but was stranded at third. That blow came in the seventh frame. Manning's runs came after Ed Lucas led off with a double and went to third when Merlin Roster- mundt was safe OP an error. That was when Ramsey hit his round- tripper. Audubon got two back in the sixth when Owen fiateson walked and went to third on Miller's double. Rich Lewer singled both runners home. Tie Run In the eighth, Miller singled and went to third on Lewer's one-ply knock. Miller stole home and the Cardinals had a tie. In the ninth, Eagen singled and went to second on Scott's ground out. Eagen took third after Johnson flew to right field and then scored on the passed ball. The Audubon victory moved the Cardinals into third place in the Central State League, three and on-half games out, as idle Churdan dropped to fourth. The Blue Sox, in their first year of competition, are now six games off the pace of league-leading Coon Rapids. Line Score: Audubon 000 002 011—4—7—2 Manning 000 300 000-3—7—2 Scott and Lewer Ohde and Irlmeier. 2 Times Herald, Carroll, lewa Monday, July M, 1957 LMMI OHIHHI i from dais barton'* ! KEYBOARD! illMhlMMIMMMIIi 3 27 13 „ 000 100 000—1 6 0 Coon Rapids 100 001 00 —2 3 4 Errors — Monthei, Blanchard, Tryon. Doran; runs batted In—Rothmeyer, Textor, Blanchard; two base hits—Heinrich: stolen bases—Ibach; sacrifices — Bengfort 2, Heinrich, ~ " Hays — Bongfort mip-B. Burgess; men left s—Carroll lo, Coon Rapids -Beck 2. Ibach 1; Meyers & Ton Creti ATTORNiYSAT.LAW Practice to all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Jannina New York Life Insurance Ce Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hoipitel 4 Group CARROLL, IOV/A Iowa Land Service Company Farm Msnagemont farm Records V. Stuart Perry - Dlsl 9813 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D, 117 lest Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Reys PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL I. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Women and: Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L. McCONKIS, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of •ye, far, Nose and Throat Classes Pitted A. RIAI ANNBBIRO, M.0. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of tyt, lar, Note end Throat Glasses Fitted I V. SULLIVAN, M.D. D|ieesee and Surgery of the lyo, WALTS* A. ANNRBIRG, M.D. . Surgery end Diseases of Women snd Children Obstetrics tnfsnt Feeding PAUL A. ANNIBIRG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, l|sda>r, Prostate end Rectum. J. ft MARTIN, M.P. Surgery end Diseases of Sones and Joints Including Fractures MMBI M. TIIRNBY. M,D. Internal Medicine Textor; double Blankenshlp-B. on bases—Carroll 2; base on balls- strikeouts—Beck 1, Ibach 5; runs and earned runs—Beck 2-2, Ibach 1-1; hit by pitched ball—Blankenship; wild pitch — Ibach; winning pitcher — Ibach; losing pitcher — Beck; umpires—Halverson and Hanson; time—1:48. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee 57 41 .582 St. Louis 55 40 .579 V, Brooklyn 54 41 .568 lVfc Cincinnati 54 43 .577 2H Philadelphia 54 43 .557 2% Pittsburgh 36 62 .387 21 Chicago 32 62 .344 22V> Monday's Schedule Philadelpia at Chicago New York at Milwaukee (N) .Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N>Only games scheduled Sunday's Results New York 2-3, Milwaukee 0-5 Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 2 St. Louis 4-9, Pittsburgh 0-8 (Second game 11 innings) Philadelphia 3-7 Chicago 2-1 Saturday's Results Chicago 6, Philadelphia 1 Brooklyn 5, Cincinnati 3 Milwaukee 5, New York 2 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 2 Tuesday s Schedule Brooklyn at, Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati <N) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee <N) AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G. B. New York 62 34 .646 _ Chicago 58 37 .611 3* Boston 52 44 .542 10 Cleveland 48 48 .500 14 Detroit 48 48 .500 14 Baltimore 46 50 .479 16 Kansas City — 36 60 .375 26 Washington ..... 35 64 .354 28* DIAL 3557 Monday's Schedule Cleveland at Boston , Chicago at Baltimore Only games scheduled. Sunday's Results Detroit 8-3, New York 6-4 (Sec ond game 15 Innings) Boston 9, Cleveland 8 Chicago 4, Baltimore 3 Kansas City 6-3, Washington 2-2 (Second game 11 innings). Saturday's Results New York 4, Detroit 3 Cleveland 7, Boston 2 Washington 6, Kansas City I Baltimore 8, Chicago .2. (K) Tuesday's Schedule Kansas City at New York -t Chicago at Washington (N) MOVING Loco I ond Notion Widt Storage — Cretin* - Pecking Ph. Pay 2440 Ph. Night Mil Carroll, Iowa John Vondtrhiidtn NefthA ^eVVWlfTnes, inc. LINEUP CHANGE: Manager Don Burgess of the Carroll Merchants, shifted two of his players at Coon Rapids .on Sunday night and the result was most gratifying. Ronnie Hested, the hustling youngster from Lake City, was brought in from right field to play third base. Bob Simpson, the Wall Lake coach, was shifted to right field. Simpson, who has had his trials and tribulations at third throughout the season, found himself right at home in the outer garden and hauled in Ronnie Mau's long poke in the fifth with nary a qualm. • Hested had three chances at third and threw three batters out at first. In the sixth inning, he speared Monthei'- hard grounder and drove Ibach back to second base. Then he still got the runner at first. The defensive change had still another goodT effect. With the worrisome pressure relieved, Simpson looked better at the plate and got one of the six hits doled out by Ibach. Carroll played errorless ball and looked exceptionally good in the field. * * * PLAY CURTAILED: The Sac County Little Leaguers, a team that includes Breda's star players, have - had trouble playing in the district at Boone. Weekend rains played havoc with the schedule and as of Monday morning the Sac County team was tentatively scheduled to play at Boone on Tuesday afternoon. * • * LOOKING AHEAD: High school football practice will open on August 24 and coadh- es are getting Impatient. They can whet that enthusiasm by attending the 17th annual coaching school on Aug. 19-22 at Templar Park Hotel, Spirit Lake. Leahy Wins Masters for Sixth Crown AMES _f> — Bob Leahy, Denison school master added to his trophies Monday his sixth golf championship this year — the Iowa Masters. Leahy, who started his final round in a tie for eighth Sunday fired a blistering 65 to cajpture the crown with a 214 total. His 65 was only one stroke off the Iowa State College course rec ord of 64, of which he is a co- holder with Pat Willcox of Des Moines. , Trailing Leahy in a three-way tie for second were Jack Jones, veteran pro from Waterloo; John Marschall, Hampton's new professional, and Des Moines amateur Jack Donohue, each with 218. Unimpressive Round Leahy, who only two weeks ago won his third Iowa Amateur cham pionship, toured the morning round in an unimpressive 74. But in the afternoon, playing part of the way through heavy showers, he racked up six birdies and 12 pars. The most consistent golf of the day was shot by Marschall in his professional debut He had soared to an 80 on the opening round Sat urday, but finished with, a 70 and 68 Sunday to tie for first profes sional money with Jack Jones of Waterloo. Each earned 187.50. Fifth-Place Tie Bud McCardeli. Newton, finished third among the amateurs and in a fifth-place tie with a 221; He tied with Max Shelton, Cedar Falls, who shared the lead on the opening round. Dr. Charles ' Updegraff, Boone, nudged par with a final 70 for 2-22 and fourth place among the amateurs. Bob Leahy, Denison ' T5-74-65—214 John Marschall, Hampton 80-70-88-218 Jack Jones, Waterloo ; 74-71-73—218 Jack Donohue, Des Moines 74-72-72—318 Mai Shelton,, Cedar Falls 71.76.74-221 Bud McCardeli, Newton 78^4.74—221 George Prelslnger, Dei Moines 78.73-73^222 Dr. Charles Updegraff,'Boone 78.74<70~3a2 Dan Callahan, Dubuque. . 77<7,5«71<-rSM!8 Don Olson, Marshalltown . 78'75<W^aa4 BUI Ferguson. Des Moines 77-76-72—225 Jim Rasley, Des Moines . 72.75-78-325 Phil Joselyn, Fort Dodge' , 73.75.78—226 Frank Walker. Marshalltown 7W7 '7a ~M8 Chicago Cub rookie pitcher DavtS HULman won 31 games" lor Los Angeles in tho Pacific Coast League in lose. . One .of the oldest athletes in Michigan State history l» E service veteran Bill Bisard, a 31-ywr-old tennis player. Links Crown To Bengfort MANNING — Elmo Bengfort de- cisioned Nebraska state champion Bob Astleford of Omaha in a one- hole sudden-death play-off to win the Manning • Manilla Amateur golf tournament here Sunday. Bengfort, a former Carroll golfer who now lives in Denison, posted a one over par 109 in the championship flight to set the stage for the sudden-death finish. He won the playoff when Astleford over-shot the green and was out of contention. Brannon Third Bengfort posted a 36-35-38 card compared to Astleford's 36-38-35 card. Bob Brannon of Denison fin ished third with a 38-37-38 for a 113 score. Flight winners were: 1st—Ivan Bonta, Des Moines, 76; 2nd — Al Martens. Manning, 82; 3rd — Darwin Blanchard, Coon Rapids, 83; 4th — Norman Vandehaar, Atlantic, 84; 5th — Lyle Schrum, Des Moines, 85; 6th - Larry Leffingwell. Carroll, 87; 7th — V 0 y 1 e Blackman, Dunlap. In sudden- death play-off with E. * A. Vaat- veit, Carroll, after both tied with 92; 8th — Tom Sheehan, Carroll, 89; 9th — Vic Carl, Harlan, 88; 10th — Dennis King, Audubon, 95: Uth - Milford Rold, Harlan, 99; and 12th — Clarence Eagan, Dunlap, 107. Field of 110 Carroll golfers who placed in the field of 110 entrants included Bruce Burton who was third in the 9th flight with 92; Dale Textor, third in the 10th with 97; and Paul Eischeld, second in the 12th with 110. Patterson Favored to Keep Title By MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK W - Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson is' a solid 5-1 favorite to whip tireless Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson in their 15-round title fight at the Polo Grounds tonight but the eccentric challenger thinks he's a cinch to win. "I'm gonna chop .him up," says Jackson, 25. "I only wish the fight could be to a finish with the man standing at the end being the winner." Chances Slim If it was an alley brawl without any officials Jackson certainly would rate a better chance. But over the 15-round distance, Tommy's chances appear as slim as the odds against him. The odds are 8-5 that Patterson, 22, making the first defense of the crown he won by flattening Archie Moore last Nov. 30 in five rounds, will stop Jackson in their return bout. Patterson won his way to the Moore shot and the title by gaining a split decision in 12 rounds at Madison Square Garden June 8, 1956. He broke a bone in his right hand in the fifth round but rocked Jackson repeatedly with volleys of lefts and rights to the head. Expect TKO The pick here is Patterson on a technical knockout within 10 rounds. Always a fast puncher, Floyd has been concentrating on power in his workouts for Jackson. Instead of jumping around the ring, the champion has been setting his feet and concentrating on thumping wallops to the body and head. At first Floyd expressed doubt that the 6-2%, 194 pound Jackson could be knocked, out. Later, he said he thought he might be able to do the job. "I'm going to fight him more," said Patterson, who fought in spurts the first time because of his injured mitt. "If the opportunity comes for a knockout I'm going to go for it. If it goes the limit, I'm confident I'll win anyway. I know he has plenty of endurance but no matter what pace he sets I know I can more than match it." . Interest Sags There has been hardly any wagering on the bout and there hasn't been any great rush to the box office for dress manufacturer Emil Lence's first promotion of a heavyweight title fight—the first such by an independent promoter since the International Boxing Club stepped into the fight pic ture in 1949. Just the same Lence is confident that with a break in the weather he can gross $350,000 This plus the $175,000 for the ra dio-television rights could assure the tiny promoter of a smash sue cess. The prospects, however, in dicate a crowd of 25,000 and a gate of. $250,000. That could put Lence in the black too. Guarantee Patterson has been guaranteed $175,000 against 40 per cent of the gate and radio-TV money. Jackson collects 20 por cent. The only time the durable Jack' son ever was stopped was by Nino Valdes on three knockdowns In one round on July 14, 1954. A pro since 1952, Jackson has a 29-5-1 record, including 13 knockouts. Patterson's record is 31-1 in eluding 22 knockouts. His only loss was a disputed eight-round decision to Joev Maxim, the for mer light heavyweight king, in June 1954. He broke into the pro ranks in 1952 after winning the Olympic 165-pound title at Hel slnjd, Finland. ' Braves Retain Lead As Cards Get Close By DON WEISS The Associated Press The good burghers;of Milwaukee likely will concede the Cardinals have a beauty in Von McDaniel. But if they're beckoning to their own Gene Conley. today with their widest grins of the year, who can say they don't have a point? Almost ; buried beneath 18-year- old Von's brilliant one-hitter Sunday that touched off St. Louis' double-header sweep of Pittsburgh was, another big game from Conley that kept the Braves in first place in that torrid National League scramble. Regains Form In a month, the 6-8 right-hander, a native Oklahoman like McDaniel, has worked back to the form that made him one of the league's toughest a few seasons ago. His six-hitter enabled the Braves to defeat New York 5-3 and split a double-header with the Giants. It was his fifth victory'in his last six decisions—all since he found the combination back on"June 261 With McDairiel's one-hit masterpiece winning the first game 4-0 and Joe Cunningham's llth-inning homer the second 9-8, the Cardinals chopped Milwaukee's lead to half a game. The Braves had lost the opener to ex-mate Johnny Antonelli's six-hitter 2-0. Podres Wins 9th Brooklyn, with Johnny Podres winning his ninth, beat Cincinnati 7-2 to move within ,1V. games of the top and drop the Redlegs 2V4 games behind Milwaukee in a fourth-place tie with Philadelphia The Phils had a happy day in Chicago, topping* the Cubs 3-2 for Curt Simmons' 10th and 7-1 as rookie ace Jack Sanford won his 14th against three losses with a six-hitter. Chicago's second-place White Sox moved up to within 3% games of the front-running New York Yankees in the American League, defeating Baltimore 4-3 while the Yanks settled for a split in a 7%-hour double-header with Detroit. Lou Sleater's clutch relief saved the first for the Tigers 6-5, but Bill Skowron's run-scoring triple off a weary Billy Hoeft beat Detroit in a 15 -inning nightcap. * Ted Gets 29lh Ted Williams, his bat mark up to <376, slammed his 29th homer, a double and two singles to lead a Boston comeback that beat Cleveland 9-8; and Kansas City won twice from Washington, 6-2 and 3-2 in 11 innings. ' The Braves broke out with four The Rev. George Holderith has been Notre Dame's golf coach for 23 seasons. Len Rosenbluth led North Carolina's 1957 NCAA basketball champions in scoring with 895 points in 32 games. He averaged almost 28 points a game. _. ••• Round Table won five races as a. 2-year-old in <956 and four of them were at Keeneland In Ken tucky. Lightweight Orlando Zulueta weighed 48 pounds when he fought his first amateur fight. He lost. Clyde Littlefieid, dean of the Southwest Conference track coaches, has led Texas to 21 SWC titles. I • "I told our mailmen to, out ell our bills In there while \ we're awcy—end Pi tike it dewn to Community V«a» J Service when we eft ,l»e«m" COMMUNITY LOAN SIRViCi A.P.W. Thlelklng, Owner • LOANo-PINANCINO-INSUMNCI Corroll Phono W93 • Ptnlwn^Et»on§ 4ol; runs on four hits In the fourth Inning to win for Conley. Willi* Mays hammered six hits in eight trips, four in the first game. Gene Baker's double with two out in the second inning was the only hit off McDaniel, who didn't permit another baserunner in running his record to *-2. Hoyt Wilhelm won his first in relief as the Cards scored three in the nightcap ninth to tie the score and'set the stage for Cunningham's winning homer off Nelson King. Grand-Slam Carl Furillo's grand-slam homer, eighth of his career, cost Cincinnati's Brooks Lawrence his seventh loss in 18 decisions and was more than enough for Podres to win his ninth. The Phils got two RBIs from Gran Hamner in each game and a decisive three-run homer from Ed Bouchee in the second against the Cubs. z Paul Foytack won his 12th .in the opener from the Tigers at New York, thanks to 2 1-3 hitless innings of relief from Sleater. Hoeft went all 14 1-3 innings of the nightcap, losing when Skowron's triple followed a walk to Mickey Mantle with one out in the 15th. Bob Grim won in relief. Milwaukee's Conley Keeps Pitch Secret MILWAUKEE (A — Keeping a secret in baseball is nigh on the impossible, especially if the secret is a so-called new pitch that is served up to the plate regularly. The latest pitcher to try to keep a "new" pitch to himself is Gene Conley, Milwaukee's 6-8 right­ hander whose improved showing has been a boom to the National League-leading Braves. "I have a new pitch." Conley admitted after turning back, the New York Giants 5-3 to earn the Braves a split in a twin bill and keep them in first place. "But what it is I'm not saying. These guys up here are smart enough to find out for themselves what it is." A sinker?' Maybe. A slidert Probably, say three of the Giants who faced him, ex-Brave Bobby Thomson, Ray Jablonski and Wes Westrum. Conley himself has referred to it as a "nickel curve that breaks the other way" or "a pitch I use in double play situations and for ground balls." MANNING V^omoqenizec/ V -lit , « t ^ r tr $8/GC£AGO£!l Homogenized milk acores a tun every time wljen good ^ taste and good health .tw-ado>|:«^^,^.. A hit in *riy vj^ague, milk wins the all* Americfii title forvkpeping trim. . Keep up your energy with the "quart of milk a day" plan. Before the, next big game «*-6n the field or on TV—pour a glass of refreshing ."». . . * Manning Creamery MILK # Your Food Storo

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