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College scores, schedules By KEARNEY EGERTON MR FORCE HOUSTON N. CAROLINA * 1|-At a Mf'ord V. 22— At Notre Dm 22 34 Florida ...... St 3 N.C. State ... 1? 18 Oklahoma St. 24 6 S. Carolina .. 27 Z4 Miss St 0 38 Vanderbilt ... ' " -liono . — 17 10 Air Force la S mf "? P ...'.'. 36 23 Walce Vorest -At Tulsa. . 12 Virginia 14 ... is—At NC State N. 22—xWyomlng N. 29-xFlorlda St. . /Ml 5—Clemson 2-At Duke ALABAMA ILLINOIS 17 Virginia Tech 13 18 Wash. St. .. <U So. Miss 14 6 Missouri ... 33 M'SS 32 20 Iowa St 10 v'bilt 14 6 N'rthwestern 14 Tennessee ... 41 - Clemson 13 AISS. St. ...... 10 N. CAROLINA ST. TENNESSEE 10 41 Alabama 14 31 UT Chattnga Auburn ... 1 Memphis St . 1. Ga. fech .... t Georgia 3 8—So. Carolina .. 15-Mlss. at Jcksn, Miss. I. 22—At Kentucky 1.29-Vanderbllt Indiana Ohio State Pu . 10 Purdue N. IS—Miami N. Auburn at *At LSU N. 8—Michigan ••• ' (Fla.) N. 15—At Wisconsin N. 22—Iowa M fe k6 r, F r^fn S i ^ " C8I fofnl( 10 No. Carolina 3 10 T P V TPCH 24 Maryland .....7 £ ,]?& Tecn 13 M 16 S. 31 VI 25 Dl N. 12 Birmingham ARIZONA 7 Wyoming .... 27 Kansas St. ... INDIANA 58 Kentucky , 23 14 California 7 Colorado . ..17 Minnesota ,, Houston 34 41 Illinois .. 26 UTEP™ 10 34 Wisconsin . 52 Now Mexico .. 28 16 Mich. St. . 21 BYU 31 N. 8—Iowa N. 8-At Syracuse N. is-At N'wstem -•--"'•' N. 22—Purdue 13 Miami 16 S. Carolina .. 31 Virginia 25 Duke N. 15-Houston N. 22-At Fla St. N. 29-Penn St. oV a , V a V 81 $6 :.: „? 45 SMU 14 25 N. 8—Baylor . 6— At .... A&M rkansas 19 Iowa 17 Ho ' 30 NORTH TEXAS ST. 17 40 SW Louisiana ' 30 13 Memphis St. Drake . .. Weber State . "7 23 Drake 20 35 Weber 3« 36 N. M. State TEXAS A&M 6 6 LSU 15 0 Nebraska ... 27 20 Army 48 Minnesot 7 Oregon BYU 'SV JW 12 6 TCU 13 24 - . . . Texas Tech IOWA N. 15-Tylsa. ._ _ Baylor .. u,,,,,a 30 \3 Arkansas •Wichita St. N. ,8-SMU, 35° t» 26 U Oregon stat« 42 st '"M «1 Wash. St. ... 35 st ^ 31 Arizona 19 ...... ' If 1AJ t»«>MM<tl.» ftt 22—xAt San Diego State NORTHWESTERN 10 Notre Dame . N. 15— At Rice N. 27— exas TEX. CHRISTIAN . Arkansas •:::. 2 .... 24 £ rV a K 24 Jj Wisconsin ... 4| 6 USC .. T . . 48 ,? ^fl" 5 " " ' tl 4SSan jQSe'St: 11 ?J EM" 6 ,, ?| 0 UCLA 36 6 Te*as A&M".'. 6 8 *rih.-M*. M JWh'uii 8 8*r"» •"••• J i «»"•:?.. M N 15-At Tex. N- ,§—M'hi d L 8 n na ^ ,f t V rdue 31 N. 8-Texas Tech ' lEI Paso) M- 15-We.hpsn « Ohio St. ..... 35 N . ij-At fexas IOWA STATE ARKANSAS 13 Syracuse ... 39 Oklahoma St...O 10 BYU 55 Tusa 0 48 Illinois. . N. 15-lndiana N. 22-MI ' ' 24 TCU 21 Bavlor — 52 Wichita St. . 35 Texas A&M . N. 8—At Rice N. 15-At SMU N. 27—Texas Te 7° Colorado ... ..—...Ichigan St. .^ 0 NOTRE DAME 21 20 35 Northwestern 10 « 14 Purdue ...... 28 TEX. (EL PASO) aclflc ew Mex. tah omlng 10 24 37 ? 1 Kansas St.'V.-. 34 4 MIchigaYsr. 28 1? Arizona'-. „ 14 44 Kansas 20 35 Army 0 JL ^X-U'ri"- •m ij «it.i_i nt ., (per 1 ' 14 17 COlO. 5*. 37 Tuiane •.';::::: o N. .S-N, Mex., st. .. Tech at Little Rock -—Texas ARMY 31 N. Mexico.. 13 14 Oklahoma ... 37 14 N. 8—At Nebraska 37 N. 15—Missouri 47 Navy" .'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 0 N. 22-Oklahoma St. " - ' •-"•••••• •" 16 . 15-xArlz. St. D. 16 At 13 T ._ eXasJk&M 0 Notre Dame 7 Utah State . )Colleq 38 Bostor ion College ,7 6 Air Force ... 13 N. .8-At Oregon KANSAS 22 Texas Tech 38 .14 13 Syracuse .. 0 OHIO STATE 7 New Mexico . 16 62 TCU ... Kansas St. .. 26 4i Washlngti .... 21 54 Michigan nnesota Nebraska ... Iowa St Oklahoma St. 28 . 8—Colorado . 15-At Oklahoma . 22—Missouri N. TlAtPit'tsb''rgh v N. 29-Xavler S:rA A r t F G o a rcJ eCh 38 T K B a X nta S s TBC . H 22 •ATE n iUVT s .::f7 f6n''::i52lM^ a . S s1^.'.',30 I St. 21 27 S.M.U 24 24 Rice 14 N! 15-Baylo N. 27-Arkai 54 Michigan 34 Mlnnes ' 41 Illinois 35 Northwestern . N. 8—Wisconsin KANSAS STATE 48 Baylor . N. 15—Purdue N. 22—At Michigan K "! 15-PJttsburgh . 29-Navy at AUBURN 48~ Baylor ~:;::ris OKLAHOMA 57 w£TorV.o fi « :::::!? 3 WBBS& v. 2 J gpfiaS .•.•."'! $ »t.".'.'.•.•. n i % BlgS* 2 so H Pittsburgh ... 22 ?? ySlfflS T«h i2 ?. Oklahoma ... 21 21 Kansas State" 59 0 Notre Dame 37 17 Georpla Tech 14 33 Missouri ..... 41 37 Iowa St 14 23 Vanderbilt ... 26 1 fePxife. ?J N. .8-At Ok a, St. N. 8-At Missouri N. ,|-Ga. Tech ior jnsat at Little Rock n TULANH 0 Georgia 35 17 West Va. ... 35 ' Boston Col ege 28 Florida 20 L.S.U. 21 38 Florida 12 K . 8—Miss. State . 15—At Georgia N. 29—Alabama at Birmingham BAYLOR .J Kansas State 48 'i%u Te ?..V:vS ' Arkansas ... 21 i Texas A&M .. 24 30 'la 15—Neb'ra'ska 22—At Colorado 30 10 KENTUCKY Indiana N. 15—Kansas N. 22—Nebraska N. 29-At Okla. St. N. 15—Virginia N. 22—xAt LSU 58 OKLAHOMA STATE 14 N. 8-At Texas N. 15— At Tex Tech SMU At Rice BOSTON COLLEGE 21 Navy ........ 14 . N. N. 28 8 ju lane 6 VlllanovB 24 N. 15—At Florida N. 22—Tennessee LOUISIANA. STATE 35 Texas A&M .. 6 42 Rice 0 63 Baylor 20 Miami 35 55 42 8-KaKsas St, " N. 15-At NJTex St Iliuiano __ Mississippi ..9 o Arkansas Auburn . 44 24 Houston 7 Va. Tech .... 6 17 Texas Tech .. 0 LSU 37 21 Missouri .. 0 Georgia 30 3 Nebraska .... i< Sl - -f-n••-.-•• •*TM«mn' ® Kans - as ••"-- M N -- 8 -- a ° u - ?lo - n .. 3, 40 Cincinnati .. 13 24 AAemphls.St. s N! 22—At Wchta St N. 27—Louisville 28 Utah 17 0 Stanford ' Wash.St . San Jose St. 28 U UCLA t Oregon St. .. ! Pittsburgh I Wisconsin ... Northwestern 23 23 Missis N. 8—xAlabama N. 15-xMl LOUISVILLE 24 Drake 17 S. Illinois . N. 22—Mass. N. 29—At H. Cross BRIGHAM YOUNG 22 Colo St 20 0 Iowa St. ......10 .? ASU. " 7 'ATM 1 * £ 24 Dayton, 17 30 Arizona St. ... 7 24 Arizona St. .. 2ftW :;i; i S?fc i's &"•".::•:• 1 JfeR?;- JU U.I.C.r / M p rinrtnnatt n ct» n «n.««l oo ti a \«ft,A M l H _ UTAH Oregon ..... 28 San Jose St. 7 6 23 o 14 24 UTEP . 7 24 Arizona St. 3' Arizona 21 K ; ,S^5gRP t «"s r . N: it=At n uta°n e st. f - N - 22 - s At Mem.Phfs N. 22-Utah N . 27 _ s ^ Tu|M BROWN 21 Rhode Island ..0 , MARYLAND ., 2 Pennsylvania 23 7 W. Virginia .. 31 13 Yale 27 7 N.C. State .... 24 13 Dartmouth ... 38 19 Wake Forest . 14 6 Colgate 20 9 Syracuse 20 H. 8—At Cornell' 0 South Caro,'.'.' 17 N. 15-Harvard " ~ N. 22— Columbia CALIFORNIA 0 Texas 17 17 Indiana 14 44 Washington".'. 13 o Stanford'!'.!".". 33 N. "S^Wybmlng N. 8-At California N. 15-At Arizona N. 15-Wash'ton St. N. 22-At BYU . 22—At Oregon UTAH STATE 7 Wichita St. • 8 " fffY 20 K-,fc MEMPHIS STATE 3 Mississippi .. 28 15 N. Texas St. 13 "9 ».*'•. .v.y. N. ; 8—Oregon St. N. 15-San.Jose St. 14 28 Bucknell -- 23 Brown . §fn FT . a: .) : ii i i 6EL- — Utah St 0 6 Harvard ... 42 Tulsa,......... 24 N. 8-At Yale W. Michigan Utah St Fresno St. Santa Barb. . Idaho Wash. St 8—At San Diego State N. 15-xAt S. Clara VANDERBILT N. 22-At S. Jose St 14 Michigan ... 42 PE_NNSYL.yANIA 22 ^Carolina":: 38 . 17 14 Alabama ... 8—At Air Force N. 15—BYU N. 22-At Idaho i f -r°r d 5- F^°.'wii«:" H: iS3» cS umua 42 N. '8^'Kentu'cky 20 N. 22-Davldr iTta St. T4 23 CLBMSON '— xNaw. 13 i? 9 38 45 NavV . " . 22 I? 27 Colorado - °° 1? ^^?r S g, S nla , Tulane 23 8-Kentucky 22—Davidson 29—At Tnnessee VIRGINIA Clemson .... 21 Duke 0 iTllam&Mary 15 At V.UIUIOUO . , . . O M »/•• t <tn J5J5TWAia.-:-.3 J JJS >sw -'"-B ifa?;;;;; 1 iR%jflntvJ 21 V!i_. 0 Georgia . 21 Ga, Tech N. 15-At^labama .14 N. 21—xwk. Forest .30 N. 29—xFlorlda J racuse lo. U . Boston Coll. . .. L 15-Marvland i. 22—At Plttsbrgh >l. 29—At NC State 13 Alabama.. arvland 53 MICHIGAN 14 42 Vanderbilt . 38 45 Washington 0 17 Missouri .... 31 Purdue 8 P U?L S A BURGH 8 Oklahoma ... N. 8—Wake Forest N. 15—At Tulane N. 22-At Maryland VIRGINIA TECH 13 Alabama ... 17 .. 10 Wake Forest 16 42 10 Richmond . . 17' N 8—At Duke ,., ,.7..-,-- •_..- « 15_At N. Caro na 12 Michigan St. 22—At S. Carolina 35 Minnesota 35 Wisconsin „ COLORADO ^f - 8—At Illinois 35 Tulsa -..•..•••••M N 15-At owa J p j?j?/l_ s . fa ' 8 • • 2 4 N. 22-Ohlo State 40 22 Tulane' . . . 20 i« west Virginia 23 21 Syracuse ' N. 8—N. Dame 7 N. 15-At Army N. 22—Penn St. _ "" PRINCETON E o Rutgers 11 21 Columbia .... 14 Cqrnell N . is-Duke at olk St. Norfolk N. 22—VMI at Roanoka WAKE FOREST ,22 NC St 21 '7 0 Auburn 57 if 16 yirqlnla Tech 10 H'flSHSKL S 28 Not're barney* 28 Colgate '.'.'.y.'. 35 14 Maryland-". 19 KfeSkfest ^M °h, 9s l a n t9 .::: S S»,-.y.y.y. § i^tton"."y. | KcSfSW "o'ana-.'.y.y.loMiiliYa,^' 1 JW?ap-* ~. c rHr.v KAUU sl '«n N. 8—At Purdue N. 22— Dartmouth N- IS—S. Carolina 37 Utah"St."... 33 27 West Texas St. 7 7 Air Force ... 28 16 Tex! (El P) .17 N 15—Idaho N 22—xAt Ariz. St. N 29—xAt N. Mex St MINNESOTA 26 Arizona St. .. 35 Ohio U 14 Nebraska ... 7 Indiana 7 Ohio State ... 9 Michigan PURDUE 42 TCU 28 Notre Dame . 36 Stanford . 20 Michigan low . N. 21—xAt Miami 42 35 Iowa 17 45 Northwestern 34 49 Illinois _ COLUMBIA 35'fowa ".""..'.'.'.'. 8 N' 15HAt C Oh1o n St St ' *7 «&••::.• if H: ifcWffl" N - 22 ~ A * ln<Jlana 0 Harvard 51 N. 22—Wisconsin 6 Yale 41 14 Rutgers 21 MISSISSIPPI 3 Cornell ...... 10 28 Memphis St. N 8— Dartmouth , 9 Kentucky ... 10 N l&-Pennsy|vanla 32 Alabama (Fla. 35 „ WASHINGTON 14 11 M ch gan St. 27 "5 7 Michigan ... 45 14 Ohio St . 13 California . ~ 6 Oregon State M. ... <w 41 •ate' 10 5 i n. . 8— Stanford St. U N 22—At Brown CORNELL 24 Colgate 7 Rutgers 17 Princeton .. 41 Harvard .... 0 Yaie 10 Columbia ... Kl 8 5l B A r t OW Sartmouth 17 ' N 22—Pennsylvania ! DARTMOUTH 31 N. H'pshlre 38 Ho' - 25 Georgia 69 So. Miss. •a tt ISP 0, Texas ....... 4 Texas Tech .. 8—Arkansas — 23 26 N. ,&-UT' Chathbs. 4 N. 15— Tennessee J 29—Baylor i owa "..... rngon .... S 14 UCLA 24 0 Stanford ... " 0 Cal fornla .. i 20 Pacific .. 1 N. 8-At USC 15—At Oreg •"? ,. 61 27 II, IJ—-/-Al \Ji Clji Sit N. 22—At Washgton SAN DIEGO ST. 49. .Cal St. (.LA) 0 . Holy 24 Harvard 42 Yale .. N 15-Cornell N 22—At Princeton 10 At Tnrf Barrett will be presiding judge "He finally went too far with his kooky views —he said that ASU's football team is the opiate of Tempo's squares." 'Janes' golf tourney set The fourth annual "Beat the Champ" golf tournament will be held by "The Janes" Nov. 17-23 at courses around the state. Leila Turner, current Women's Golf Association of Arizona champion, and three participating club titlists will play a championship round at Mesa Country Club on Tuesday. Any contestant who during the tournament week shoots a net score lower than Mrs. Turner's net score 'on Nov. 4 will be declared a winner and receive an award. Established handicap players may enter the event at their home course or other club on payment of $1 entry fee. Sports briefly Folley to fight Joiner Zora Folley, 37-year-old heavyweight from Chandler, returns to the ring Wednesday night in Las Vegas, Nev., in one of the few bouts in the week's sparse boxing card. Folley, once a top contender who fought Casius Clay for 17 i? AiaBima":..; TO the title in 1967, will meet Bil- 4? 21 Eiori&a .'.'-".'.'.' i? ly Joiner of Cincinnati- Yomiuri wins Series NISHINOMIYA, Japan (AP) - The Yomiuri Giants, Central League champions, captured the Japan Series yesterday by defeating the Hankyu Braves, Pacific League pennant winners, 9-2 on three home runs, including a grand slammer by first baseman Sadaharu Oh. The victory gave the Japanese version of baseball World Series to Yomiuri 4-2. Turf Paradise will have some changed faces in official positions when the Phoenix horse racing season opens next week. Chief among individuals in new capacities will be A. R. (Sport) Barrett as Turf Paradise presiding judge, Charles lies as racing secretary. Others changing jobs or making debuts include James Wallace and Jim Martin as assistant racing secretaries. The former also will serve as paddock and patrol judge, while Martin's duties include clerk of scales and patrol judge. Stewards include Noel Chilcutt and Barrett, with Clay Puett representing the State of Arizona. Dee Morgan is new track superintendent, Ruby Dobbins the new horsemen's bookkeeper. Henry Mills again will start the races, with W. D. Stockton serving as patrol judge and assistant clocker and Harvey Duncan as clocker and timer. E. R. Hinshaw, D. V. M., will be track veterinarian and Arland Ward works as assistant clerk of scales and jockeys room custodian. James Hines will call the races, and P. J. Mullen returns as mu- tuels manager. Bob Tryon will direct publicity and public relations, with Jim Price as assistant. Ken Baker will plan special events, with Fred Jones handling operational duties. Evelyn Painter is reservations director; Bob Drake, grounds superintendent; Joe Butler, stall head; Arnold Seyfarth, chief of security; R. S. (Skipper) Hooper, concessions head, and Harley Singleton, photo finish operations. Doris Martin is Turf Paradise assistant secretary-treasurer, Lee Mumm the Arizona Downs auditor. Mrs. Painter, reporting a Small College Top Twenty Hehe's how the Top Twenty, teams In The Associated Press small college football poll fared Saturday: 1. North Dakota State, 8-0, beat North . ern Iowa 41-13. 2. Alcorn . A&M, S-0-1, tied Arkansas 5 Richmond 35 Florida 0 Houston ... 34 So. Miss. —At Coiui 5—Cornell 2_At Prli DUV 20 South Ci 0 Virginia 12 Plttsbur 27 Wake Fore 25 N.Estate 7 Ga, Tech N 8—Clemson N 15-Vlrginia Tech ; u 21 N. 27-Mlsslsslppl 19 20 FLORIDA 59 Houston ... 47 Miss, St. .. 21 Florida St . 18 Tulflne. ansas St. . ' lahoma Iowa St. N. 22-At Kansas NAVY 22 Penn State .. 14 Boston Coll. . 17 Texas 19 Pittsburgh ... 8—At Western I 22—xN Texas St Michigan .• 29-xCal St <LB) {j: 2fcxAt"'sS. Miss . JOM STATE 5 7 W !? Tc , V n?t? 1 " 1A rYt» n h ford •••' 5? 31 Maryland '- - -J 2i $n ah D!ego St' fs 3352 Jw', 8 " 8 ' ,n'...,Z If PflSK .,.- P^h. , y Lw^.-*. 6 ", ? i 11 Arizona St. 7i 7 Wyoming . 31 24 New.Mex Vi 38 . 8—At BYU . 15_At Calif . 22—Pacific S. CAROLINA 4 N. Carolina'. 6 Georgia ' ••- -%te Mary N. IS—Richmond N. 22—At Syracuse WICHITA..STATE. Utah St. .. Florida St. 2T.Cplo.rado.8t... SO 14.West Texas St 2. 52 Norffi Carolina 2 N. 7-xAt Mi liWr^V.^N-l^lyr'aL N 8—Georgia at N- 29-Army. J?cks.pnYlTle ^HBDX.I n v 3 ft Tennessee -At Wake Frsl -Clemson N. IS—xAt Loulsvll N. 22—Tulsa FLORIDA STATE LORID WichHa !4 W chHa State . q 2 6 Miami (Fla.) 14 V 6 Florida 21 | ^ Tuba „ 20 I RA5KA exas A&M nnesota .. ,, Issourl .... ^| n a MS - 3 J?1 14 1* S. CALIFORNIA B WILLIAM & MARY 31 Nebraska 2] 18 Cincinnati ... 2 48 Northwestern 4 7 Temp a .... < SiJr.Ron.St... ?15Vlr| e n!a ... 2, wJiW. 80 " « _.eoon j st Stanford fJotra Dame J 29 Ga. Tech' .:..' 1 W. C ^'W..»: NEW MEXICO my ( E1 P.)".'J 41 LA MPTOgP 1 "! f?fifi a an Te s C t h i txas Tech .. ' |gi?F' M :a !3 7 Syracuse 7 23 Iowa ' - -' thw "7 Northwestern 3/, M d,a h na Tulane N. ....otr* Dame Georgia HARXARP . If N. 15—Arkansas N. 22—At Baylor STANFORD 43 San Jose St 28 Oregon .... 35 Purdue 24 USC 42 Wash. St. ... 20 33 Oregon St. .. N. 8-At Wash. N. IS-Air Force N. 22-Celifornla SYRACUSE ARIZONA , 14 Iowa St. ... "rex' ^20 ° Ksnsas Tex. St. ^0 uwwnsln ... 20 Maryland ... U Penn Strte .. 20 Plltsburflh ... N. 18-Arlzon« N. 15-At NavY "cWst 3 Inols A Innesota „ WYOMING , 23 Arizona .... 7 21 27 Air Force .. 21 0 39 Colorado St. M 37 Tex. El Paso 9 2< 40 BYU .. .. 7 0 16 San Jose St. . 7 20 14 ASU 30 0 N. 8-At Utah N. 15-At N. Mex. N. 22—xAt Houston YALE IS Connecticut 19 13 40 Colgate ... 21 13 27 Brown 13 7 41 Columbia .... 6 9 17 Cornell 0 15 21 Dartmouth ... 42 31 N. 8—Pennsylven, N. 15-At Prinwtn N. 22-Harvard N, 22-W. Virginia xNight gam* Devlin defeats Trevino MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australian Bruce Devlin won the $4,000 first prize in the Dunlop International Golf Tournament yesterday after a cliffhanger finish with American Lee Trevino. In a sudden death playoff Devlin holed his second shot from 15 feet. Cardinal 500 postponed MARTINSVILLE.Va. (AP) The $28,000 Carindal 500 NASCAR national championship modified race at Martinsville Speedway was postponed because of rain yesterday and will be rescheduled for next Sunday. . AM&N 23-23. 3. Montana, 8-0, beat Montana State' 7-6 4. Texas A&l, 6-1, lost to Sul Ross State 13*1 2* 5. Louisiana Tech, 5-1, lost to Southurn Mississippi 24-23. 6. Sacramento State, 5-2, lost to Hay ward State 32-30. 7. Delaware, 6-1, beat Rutgers 44-0. 8. Akron, 6-2, beat Central Michigan 9-6 , 9. New Mexico Highlands, 6-0-1, bea Western State, Colo., 37-0. 10. Humboldt State, 6-1, lost to Chlco State 20-10. 11. Arkansas State, s-1, beat Lamar Tech 20-0. 12. East Tennessee State, 64-1, did no Troy State, 6-1-1, lost to^McNeese 14. Northern Arizona, 6-2, beat Webe fsf Wittenberg, 6-0, beat Bucknell 4W 16. Abilene Christian, 6-1, beat Eastern New Mex co 42-13. 17. Western Car 18. Tennessee State, 4-1-1, lost to South . ern U. 30-22. 19. Indiana, Pa., 6-1, beat California Pa., State 46-6. 20. Colorado State College, 7-0, bea Southern Colorado 41-20. RK432PES Nov. 2 Cubs to play Braves today The Cubs will have a Winter Instructional League game today at Scottsdale Stadium, 7400 E. Osborn Rd., against the Braves starting at 12 noon. TILE 'MODERN SLATE" Guaranteed For Life! At A Price You Now Gan Afford... 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