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Give SMU Tough Time Saturday By Hnrokl V. Associated Pf«Ss Sports Writer Texas Christian pln\s embilloi otl Tcvns nnd SouUiorn Mrthnrii r l meets; rnsm-fiine Arkansas R;ihi dn.v in [(timer likely In Rlvc ;m unexpecU'tl Uvist in the smithwes! Cnnfeieliee rnrc Two of the Hirer ]r-nd<»rs now tiro cnnsirlered in |»rnvp dmiuri in these b.-iHles. Hire. Die other nrv\\ Jsn't expeetod to fnennnler muvh trouble us it hosts slumping Texns A&M. Tho ennferellee rr re foils in)n tho stretch with Hire and Texns Christinn tied for the lend wilh 34) records nnd Scnilhern Methodist still in the inoe with 2-1 Defeat would elimiiinte SMU nnd i) would seriously frneture Texn« Christian's rham-i's SMU clnnR to n ehnni'e nt the title Inst week when it overpowered- Texas A&M :tf-0 in a (jretit j offensive- display . | Rice nnd Texas Christinn were i olaying inlcrsc-olion.il gnmes HH e | gained glory although it... lost 10 , might Army 14-7. Texus-Ghrisljiui • 'toyed with MarqiiPtte'nTid -poYU'd n ;jO-r> Iriumph. . Texas wns eloulins Rn.vloi«.-BO-lfi In a confrrc-nre game Ihtit men'nt ' nothing. .' Arkansas Haves Southern Methodist cniiso for worry us it Inshfd Hardin-Simmons 00-15—the Ttozor- backs' second victory in a .row sifter losing tho- first six. The Methodists must fiu'-e Arkansas 13 ' its Ozark hills Saturday. ••Texas Christian is t|into wary of 'Tcxns, too. The Frntis would like to get past the Loiiphorns so they , can face Rice in the bio. biiUlo next week on even terms. Tcxns is the touqhest foe the Frogs have yet Inced in the conference. Rice should c'liticipato a minimum of trouble with Tcxns A&M unless the Owls are looking abend to Tcxns Christian to much. Tho Aggies were like putty in SMU'S hands nnd Rico bent Southern Methodist by., n touchdown. Baylor is idle this week while Texns Toch, ovu'jojed at finnlly winning ono—a 33-0 decision over Arizona last week goes to Tulsa. " -Sbuthwest Conference Standings "' "' By The Associated Press ''„*"" „ Conference WLPct. Pts OP 300 1.000 ' 58 IS 3 0 0 1.000 71 14 2 1 0 .007 G6 23 220 .500 til m 1 8 0 .250 54 75 1 3 0 .250 40 lOa 1 4 0 .200 34 liO O THAT'S IT EH?"—Possibly thinking of a future flight Into space, a white mouse Inspects a cutaway life-size gyro- scone. Instruments like this keep giant missiles on course in their spaee journeys. Weighing only two pounds, the gyro has hundreds of precision-made parts and Is sens tive enough to steer tons of metal hurtling at thousands of miles an hour. __ TCU Rice SMU Texas Baylor Texas A&M Arkansas All TCU- . Rico SMU Texas Bfiylor Texas A&M Arkansas Games W L T Pot,.. Pts'OP .857.102 -10 .571-114 Ho .571 144 70 .750 122 130 ,375 109.11") .375--90 109 0 .250 120 13B Yerger Tigers Take 61-6 Clicking The Yerger Tigers luok one of j 1 the worst licking of Ihe season; ,'' Saturday night, a 61 to 6 shellack- "•jng at the hands of Little Rock. Litlle Rock started rolling from "'the start and had a 27 lo 0 halftimo • lead, By the end of the third per-r ',4od,it was 41-0, The Tigi-rs man-aged to got over a tally in tho ,• final quarter. tEvcn in .defeat the Tigers gained 250 yards rushing, completed five ,of 13 passes and made eUht first 'downs. Little Rocked smashed to 560 on the ground and com p]elod the only pass they tried. success. Chinese Nationalist pilots have beet) knocking down numerically superior Communist'torces with the i,80G-m.p,n. 'missile whiqh homes in on the enemy's jet exhaust by means of an infrared, amdanw *y*m attracted to heat. It is 9 feet tair-U inches in diameter and weighs 105 pounds. About 300 m o'-,h. faster is the newer radar-guided Sparrow, right, wh^n, As* been nsSignod to U.S. carrier jets in the Por.nosan area. Sparrow is 12 feet lung, 8 inches thick and weighs 3oO pounds, Football Saturday's Ua'te Fotball Scores By TH& ASSOCIATED PRESS SOUTH Louisiana SUUe 50, Du^n Ut Miss Southern a«, K.C State H H, Wofford 3 n 13, Ouilfoid 6 3\|qmphis State 37. Louisiana College 14- CDrtslian, 30, MaiciucttP 3 Anzuna SlHtf Univ 27. Texas Western 0 Lamai- Tech 14, Texas All 0 , MIDWEST . . Wlcljitq. 15, Noj'th Te^as 13 Albion , 1J,, Hope \S Safety f- Far iilgnse — We STAR, H6M, Giants Blast Colts, League in a Scramble By MIKE fcAtHEf Assofclated Pres Sports Blame it on the New York dlanlp. They're solely responsible for the scr'amblf-d title races in the National Footbnll League. UaHlmorc nnd Cleveland wei'e fclreaking unconleslod loward dl» vision crowns until Wle Giants chniiged tho championship pid* lure. They said il couldn't be dolts. But Sunday the Giants notched their second consecutive! victory,; over a previously undefeated team. This time UnlHmorc's high- riding Colts felt the sting, as Charlie Conerly. the Giants major flomo, engineered a 24»2 lupsch The previous week New York ond« ed Cleveland's unbeaten string with a 21-17 Iriumph. New York's twin Victories earned them n tic for first .pinup Conference \vlth ope ADS MUST IE IN, OUNCE DAY 6IFORI PUSLI€AT!6M PMQNI7-34J1 FOR AD TAKER in the Eastern Cleveland. The Browns wore mH&0'&& : &ljKjiK\ i A.' ^*. ~ <*• thumped 30-10 by Detroit. The lenders 'have 5-2 records. The Colts' loss brought new I hope in the Western Conference ace to the second-place Chicago loF.rs, 24-10 conquerors of Greoh jay. Baltimore, now 0-1, holds a' ne gome lead over the runner-up Bears, 5-2. In other games before a proba- le record kirnoul of 342,734; fans. JDS Angeles took undisputed pos- iession of third place in the wcst- >rn sector with a nG-7 drubbing of ian Francisco; Eddie LeBaron massed for five touchdowns ns Washington outscorecl Chicago's Ordinals 45-31. and Bobby Layne Mtched four TDs as Pittsburgh lefcntecl Philadelphia 31-24, The largest crowd to watch a jrofessional fooliball game in Nesv y;brk — 71,103— cheered as the Giants won it on Pat Surnmerall's ^8-yard field goal wiih only 2 min- iles 20 seconds remaining'. The Giants trailed 14-7 at halftime, bill Conerly led tho Giants on a 58-yard march culminated >y a 25-yard touchdown toss to Kyle Roto to tic it. Frank Gif- 'ord's 13-yard end sweep put' the Giants ahead 21-14. But Gec-rge Shriw; replacement for the injured Johnny Unilas completed his second touchdown strike to Lenny Moore and- again knotted 1 the score, Then Summerall put the finishing touches on the upset. The schedule of Soiunaf . —--—., as printed below, has been t&Kifl from John Alden Knight's Salufi&r Tables. Plan your d&ys so th&t you will be fishing in gfiod t ~ |1J "' of hunting in good sover these times, if you wish to find the best sport that each day h&S to ° The Major Periods are shoWfl In boldface type. These begin at the times shown a»d last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. Mi P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday 4:20 10!35 4l50 11!05 Tuesday 5:20 11!3S 5:50 Wednes. 0:20 12:05 0:50 12S35 Thursday 7:20 1:05 7:50 1.'35 Friday 8:15 2:00 8:45 2S30 Saturday 0:10 2:55 9:40 3125 Sunday 10:00 3:45 10:30 4:15 Notice W* W* M. D. tfiiAlrttLiN dUMPAHt A, ft Dtloney, Mtfiitffef Collier, fifcleiintn < Ldfti-Oistlific* Call — i««t'SMi FfWlltiinatei, Low«i PRESCOtt STORAdB CO. MtMCOTr. ABKAttBA* BARHAM; ttoitse et-s. Insured ahd free estimate, Write Barhahi Brothers Gale, Arkansas, 21-1 Mo. FIVE room house. $1,000, A good buy to rebuild or Wove, Johjj w. - • • ' ' 2l"lhvp Instruction ..' Miami (phio 1 ) 2B,' Marshall 0 Xavier (Ohio) 34. T«li-do 8 FAR V\f-ST Colleae of Pacific 26. San Josi' State 1'A * ' - ' <- • \YUlametle g7,-Lwis-Clark 0 S Oregon 19, $. Oregon 1? \YhUma« 20, Pul}e§o of Idaho- 7 , tfevadp 23, Jlumbojt State I? A fam- il'y found gome hot ice in their re frigerator, cached .them ' Changes in Statistics intheSWC DALLAS (APi—There were a couple of quick changes' in Southwest Conference football statistics last \vtolc when Southern Methp- list, tiiggercd by 'Don, Meredith, its greatest offensive day and iy Humphrey of ' Baylor . uUitcfl 18 passes Sap a tremendous 189 yards. Soul-horn Methodist, with Meredith back in a starting rol£ after i out of notion for most of four games because of an injury, rolled up 505 yards in total offenso ag'auist Texas A£M and brought its average per game lo 330,J yards, lops In the league. ,ThU is nine yards better than the j: -- 1 -~ I leader, Texas CnrUtjai Meredith contributed 19,. ,,.. . Well improved Ws. pos|ti,pn in the total offense indiyUUia.! race, but he was overshadowed by the 1 mighty Humphrey passing exhibition m a losing eause wj>air«sl fosss. Humphrey toyly pyor the .conler- enec lead in con«3lRijpn,s \vitl) 1% put of }3t tlmnvs. }i,is gveaj GQPGhxijrman Says Party Will Reyiye By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican stale chairmen say unanimously their party will revive fiom the shattering impact of last week's election losses and make a strong comeback in 1960, But their ideas vary widely on how to rebuild the GOP ranks decimated by severe setbacks in Senate and Horse contests, An Associated Press canvass of 38 GOP state chr.irmon disclosed that some of them, mostly in tho South, want their party to turn back to tho conservative policies of the late Sen, Robert A, Tpft of Ohio. Oihurs want io revitalize the Re- piiblicnn organization, nnd its candidates, to modernize the parly's appeal to the avcrng'e voter. Still others are confident that the Democrats, with their over- sr/c congressional mcrgins, will trip over their own feet and more or less let the Republicans back m bj default, Vice President Nixon, who is ex. poctqd to command elforts to ro- furnish the party, was picked by 20 chairman in varying degrees of tjrmness as the leading candidate nosv for the ]960 GOP presidential Spring Hill Is Preparing for Cage Season Spring Hill basketball coach Bil Mitchell today announced his fou team rosters nnd 1958-59 schedule Mitchell also slated that no inyi Nations have been accepted for in vitational'tourmiments as yet. Junior girls team: Sue Harvel, Janice Hatch, Mary Lou Maxwell, Bonnie Harvel, Connie Martin and Trudy Bobo at forward. Guards are: Barbara Cox, Johnnie Curtis, Claucline Powell, Pat Martin, Pat Butler and Ruihie Curtis. Junior boys squad members are: Donnie Bobo, Tilman Bobo, Jimmy; Applegate, Ronnie Garner, Jimmy Nations, Roy Gardner, Larry Powell, Jimmy Thopkins, Clinton Kidd and Kenneth Huckabee. Senior girl forwards are: Linda Galloway, Betty Cox, Elma Nell Barnes, Sherry Collins, Betty Harvell and Brenda Smith. Guards are: Johnnie Stark, Sharon Bach- jnan, Rebecca Ridling, Betty- Smith and Janie Porterfield, Senior boys team: Terell Townsend, Dennis Townsend, Bobby Thompkins, Rodney Thompkins, James Huckabee, Jimmy Sharman, Virgil Devenney, Lane Gardner, Jimmy Yocoin and Dan-ell Collins. Sjaijing Hill entertains Emmet Tuesday night, in three games, the Jr, girls game starts at 6;30 p. m, • The Remaining Schedule: There AIRLINE YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN Airline training, Pliblic conlac positions .-ns' Ticket Agents, .Reser vatlons, Communications. Hostess; Operations' and Station Agents 'Free Travel Passes, many' othci benefits. Prepare.by SHORT, LOW COST TRAINING which need no' interfere with your present job FREE LIFETIME PLACEMEN*! SERVICE 1 Coast to Coast. Age 17 39,' with high, school or better and pleasing, personality. All inquirie confidential. Write, giving addres and; phone number, to: Airlin Training, National School of Aero nautics. Box A, c-o Hope Stai Hope.,, Ark. 3" u Business Opportunitie Local area man or woman wanle'd to service and collect from coin operated' dispensing equipment 4 to 9 hrs. weekly. Will-earn-operator up to $290.00 monthly. No age limit or selling. Must have car and- references and $402.00 to $804,00 working capital, For interview give personal particulars. Write P. O. Box 601, Arkadelphia, •Ark. v ' 30-1 For Salt ALUMINUM scf-eehs, doofs, storm 1 vlhdows, weather * stripping, m a sltlation, roofitlg, aWhlngs. Jltt» tdring, ornamental t-alliilg. Free estimates. Andy Andrews, Phone WANT AD RATES All Want Ads ate poycib'e in advohee but ads w.l! bd -iccepfed over the telephone and ar.-omoua- I tlort dcc6unM allowed *ith the uh- derstofidiriO' th6 acrount Is payable WheH statement is tendered. TO BE MOVEO For sale by bid, 422 West fhifd treet, Hope, Ark, Raymond ByerS 'hone 7'295fi. A !34-M't5 ' Nurnbef. 5f Wokls Up to 15 16 to 20 '41 t& 25 26 to 30 -31 to 35 36 to 40 u___—-— . 41 to 45 9aO STUDEBAKER pickup, Cattle 46 to 60 JUU o 1 U LJl-iumi.L^ iv iyi*,t»i.tf»t «,...-bed. healer, clean and in good condition. Phone 7-2204 or 7'40H, 29'tf Webb, Ozan, Ark, 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished. $6.000 — $2.500 down payment Balance like rent. 196 acres, good stahd of pine, iome logs and pulpwood for mark' et, $10,000. Terms. Strout Realty Agency. 820 West 67 Highway. 21-1-nvc On* Day .45 .60. '90 1.05 1 20 I 35 I 56 fhfee bdvs ,90 1.20 1.50 t.FO 2.10 2,40 7.16 300 Six bays 1 50 200 ? 50 300 350 4 00 4 50 5.00 Month 450 600ri 750*' 900 1050 1200 1350 1500 1951 OLDS Forclor, hardtop, Good second car. Call PR 7-2487. : 27-tf FIVE room home. Dinette'arid-car- port. Completely furnished. Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone 74047. 31-12tp CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time . 80e per Iheh 3 t!me4 ... . t! c psr .'"^ t 6. times 55c P er l nch ftotes quoted obove are for con- secutlve tnscrtibns. Irregular of skip dote-ads will take the one-day rate, /w All dally classified advertising; copy \r will be accepted until 5pm, for publication the following day. the publisher reserves the right to revise'or edit all advertisements of fered for publication and to relect any objectionable advertising submitted.' ' , ..„. Initials of" one or more letters, groups of figures, sur.h as house of telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be responsible for errors in Want Ads unless errors am collect to our attention afteN FIRST insertion of'ad and-then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. ^ PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 BLAKJEMOOKE Strawberry plants. 50c per 100 at farm. 75c delivered. Good plants. W. C. Johnson, Blevins, Ark. Rt. 1. 7 " st P LIKE new, 2 bedroom house close in on pavement. $100 cash. Small monthly payments. T. N. Below. 7-4308. 10-3tc For Rent LOCAL trailors. Byers Gulf* Service, Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc UNFURNISHED .house 112 Wl 18th Street. No children under High School age. $45.' Phone 2374 Bodcaw. 2 ?-t f NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only. No drinking 801 East 3rd. 3-t: CORNER building at 3rd and Wai nut. Same block as new bank building. Contact Talbot Feild Jr 7-4509 or 7-2109. 5-Gtp Help Wanted 14 — Bradley Nov. 18 — Open Nov. 21 — Guernsey Nov. 25 — Genoa , Dec. 2 — Lnneburg Dec, 5 — Blevins Dec. 9 — Bodcaw Dec, 12 — Geona Dec, 16 — Hope .. . Dec, 19 — Blevins MAN wanted for Rnwleighs business in S, Hempstead Co. or Hope, Real opportunity. No experience needed to start. Sec Corwin Crow, Rt, 1, Box 30, Nashville or write Rawleigh's Dcpt. AKK-041-0, Memphis, Tenn. 10-ltp There Here Here Here There There Hero There Doc, 30th through Jan, 9th, Open Jan. 13 — Jnn, 10 — Saratoga Jan. 20 — Hope Jan, 23 — Lnneburg Jan. 27-30 — County Tournament Feb, 3 — Hope Fob, 6 — Lewisville Here Here Hero There Hero There . Here' Suggestions for modernizing tho party's setup came from two chairmen in states where the pe* publipang were able to turn the Democratic tide and elect GOP governors, Rhode Island Chairman William T. Bromhead spid the Republicans have got to "strengthen everyday relations with people," In his state Christopher De) Soslo ousted neroocratlc Coy. Pennis J. Roberts as an aftermath of a, 195Q balipt count pontrovcr^y. James F. Shprt of Oregon snlcj the Republicans, "have some q?U justments to make." In his stafe Republican, MavH HjitfieUJ won, '-he governorship while shunning -the party infepj a.nst publicly opposing {the Eisenlipvypi 1 --- 1 " <-•"— -» I its power policj I Thpre \va? £ ,, chairmen- thjit"' need to Uu'B Jpa^ici mqre eon,*. [servative pojieiei, Spipe 04 the^u j called for a string JUM .agaJns^ labor leaders, swiups that which I Sen. Parry GoJ^ater conducted in winning ;vo-.j?lcplion, in Aj-|zona- r, , T _„ " L,OUiSian3 First Deer Season Opens in Arkansas lilTTLE ROCK (APWi'he first 'period of- Arkansas' split deer season opened today, > Hunters who bagged a deer dur» ing the bow and arr.ow season not eligible to participate- in Regular November period but may hunt during' the- pt-o. 8-13 period. • The" Jegal take is 1 one buck each, period, provided it'has antlers four inches Jong and-or forked }!ii"~- Dpes may bo hunted only County, in Basketball Basketball Charley Milstpad tf "T&H8? 414 noth)n& n§ES^i & to retire esvly b,ee,a, u S9 5111J leads ' g y Sunday R?§wlt§ Pelcojt 136, ppstpn 133 Philadelphia jpe; Qinpinnat} p Syracuse 4Q1, 'Minnetipolls 9? J{ew York 108,- Minneapolis 100 ~ , -r < &tj -l-» 1 _ .. -\ I at HoHonol Hockey NICE unfurnished 4 room apart merit with washing machine con ncctions, Good neighborhood. 110 S. M'ain. Phone 7-0624, 7-3tp FURNISHED apartment, Middle .brooks Grocery. Dial 7-3791 10-3tp 1ECHANIC — Must ibc sober and -willing to work. Good working conditions. See Burl Billingslcy, Proscott Motor Co., Proscott, Ark, 10-Ste Lost E red, white faced cow and ono White cow with horns. Contact Otis Ragland, Rope Rt, 3, Hwy. 29, , I0-3tp Negro Cprtimunity Esther Hlcki 7^4671 or 7-4474 Female Help-Wanted TWO waitresses, Apply in person Diamond Cafe, Hope, Ark. 9*1 GIRL, for car hop. Must' be , Apply at King's Drive-Inn, 18 Thought'f$r the day Jf there be any truer measure ^ n man than by what he does, t must be by what he gives -South said H. -Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope S,tar Office, , Calf ndijr 9f P.venta the yerger Shover PTA presir dent- is asking nil eight P?A, epm- mjttpe Chflirman and, their staff o meet Monday nigjit, Nov. iu, at 7i3Q- p.m. in the High School studj" hajl. Pusiness' of yitaj im- js pn the agenda, MAIDS, A-l New York Homes Live-in. To $220 monthly, Fro room and board; fare advanced Write GehT Agency, 35 Lincoln Roslyn Heights, N.Y, __ 10- H WOMEN sew for .profit. Easj ready-cut wraparound' aprons a home. Net profit $20,4.0 on dozen , sparetime venture. Write Acour , ate Mt'gr's, Freeport, N; Y. JQ-ltp Hope Star Star- of Hope. 1899; Press 192T Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President ,J Alex. H, Washburn, Socy-Tres. of The Star Building 212:14 South Walnur Srrcef Hope,- Arkansas AUx. H. Woshburn, Edifor 8, Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Porker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Suph Entered as second class matter at tht Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription .Twites,(payable in By carrier In Hope and neighboring towns — P« week S .30 Ptr year 1i6 ° By mall in Hempstead, Nevada, LaFayerte, Howard and Miller Counties — On* mopfh'l * ••* Three .months <•< '•" Six 5 , month»~ .%, .,...•. W '|;|° One 1 v«or ••?" All' other mail One month' < Three months Six months '•;» One yeor ' V6Q 1.30 3,90 Nat'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Doilies, 'Inc., 1602 Storir.k Blda.' Memphis 2, Teno.; 5° 5 'l xa . 5 Bank Bldg.,' Dallns 2, Texas; 360. N Michigan Ave., Chirogo 1, UK; 60 f, 42nd St., NPW York 17, N. Y.I 1763 Penobscot BJag, Detroit 2, Mich,; Terminal Blda,, DUnhamo City 2, Okla. Member of The A«»etofe(J fre»«! The Associated Press is entitled ex- clusivelyj tp the use for reoubllcation of all the loral nfv/s printed in this newspanr-r, as well as all AP news dispatclies. , ^ ,_ Wonted GOOD used tin and lumber, ing and 2x4 and 2x6, Also fresh Jersey milch cow. PR 7-48)0, EXPERIENOEl? cook at once; $25 per weeH. HPVU's, 6 n,m, to g P.m. Apply at Qrill Cafe. Ml'?-- TfiylP}' Sfioggins of Hope s returned, home after spenqlins vee vv'eeks'ftV th.e - b-ec)s^le of her gv8"4da.yghte.r< w,hQ >vss in. in St Josephine ' Hospital 'in eon SessJieitiiSfhship mufe The Good euwsnsht.. - , —. hovet'- §i ! Eiwientavy Sehw! pif* (' 2j3Q p.{Tii OstJ,3iQ ijy (}\e si^yi a'Mle'-elpssrpojn. The ^eeUpg was opened- with t)w song, What A Friend W? Htwg In Jesvis," " leO. by- gjovja ' ' -• 'by the Taylor •&• Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOPl — FOREIGN CARS — 216 3 1 , Hazel, Ph°ne 7-4022 Orville TayJ°r , John Bill Jordan WANTED-TO PUT Pin? Riilpwo'pb by Tr'uek Out, in.WQpds or 9th?rwise, HAROLD HINDRIX Phpn?-PR 7=4321 . '• 16th & Uoy|§lan3! Hepe, Ark. cojoved' snapfhotsi near sgott's, Please return to Ward' Drug Store or enl) YUpon 3'854P one r ^ t urnityrt i gsfg'.PHiyjH^,^ si^vgP.-' /B^eUSal t »f1 .nW '"in'VWnltnn ' ^Puosdav.'

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