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Rose Accepts Position As Arkansas Cage Coach Former Porker Mentor Given Five-Year Pact * * * Welcome Home '"Gloomy Glen" To Assume Duties Here ' About April 1 Glen Rose, one of Arkansas Uni- ''·versity's best known aUiletes and a former Porker coach, will return .to guide the basketball Razorbacks He will take over his duties April 1, and his wife Lois, and two children, Allen and Glenna, will move back to-.Fayetteville after Rose «ells hi sh'ome in Nacogdoches, .Texas, where ho has been basket- ball'coach a'. Stephen F. Austin College since 1946. 'Provost Joe Covington and Athletic Director John Barnhill reported Rose ' will return with a five-year contract at a salary of $7,000 a year. During the nine years he coach- · ed basketball teams at the Jniver- sjty, the Porkers won five conference titles, and one or more members, of his squad received all conference honors each of these years. When a student at the University, Hose made a name for hitrrself in baseball, basketball and fjotball, and was named to all-conference cage teams three yeare and to the all" conference football team in 1927. He was head basketball coarh at .the University from 1933 until 1942. when h e ' entered military service. Tie returned to Fayetle- ville in 194*!, and became head football coach, where he served two years. A f t e r that he was business manager for athletics until his resignation and subsequent acceptance of the basketball coaching-post at Stephen F. Auslin. As.a resident of Fayeltcville. he was active in- civic as well 3s University affairs,* and is a former president of the Fayetleviile Lions Club. : His team this year at the Texas ichool won 20 anrl lost four games. Smarljax Captures Oakiawn Feature Hot Springs, Ark.-(/r)-Our Kite, who set a track record for a mile and 70 yards in winning the King 'Cotton Hdndicap last Saturday, headed a glittering parade to the post in the 55.0JIO Southland Handicap at Oakiawn Park today. The Henry Forrest speedster covered the distance last week in · 1:40.3.'but he carried nine more pounds today and faced stiffer competition. Our Kite's chief opposition probably will come from Fleet Factor, winner.of the mile and a sixteenth feature last year Floating Clown, and the Emil Dennemark, Jr., entries of Cullcrton and Hubert. Others entered included Dad, Hard Toab, Little Imp and Owens Cuts. Smartja.x, a 3-year-old f i l l y owned by Lawrence H. Thompson,' yesterday won the featured Camden Purse. Oil Countess was second and Den Cal, third. · i Smartjax covered the five and a half furlongs in 1:05 flat and returned $7.60. Even Hopes For More "Hoofs" Thij Season Lakeland, Fla.-lVP)-Waller A. Evers, the Mean, lithe and curly- haired Detroit outfielder, hopes the Tiger fans "hoot" the heck out of him (his season. Th- more · they "hoot" at him. the better he's going to like it. Recause whenever the cash customers in Brifigs St"diu..-. set up their "hoot, hoot" chant, they are merely telling their favorite player he is still their boy. Ever since he was a freckled faced kid in St. Louis, Evers has been called "Hoot" and the Tifier fans have adopted it as their call every lime he cnmes to bat. Last year the "hoots" were few and far between. He suffered his ! / worst year in the big leagues. From a robust .323 in 11)50, Evers dropped to a miscroscopic .224. Hcipps Tep« Jap Star · San Kranciscn - UP] - Defending Champion Willie Hoppe remained unbeaten in the world three- cushion billiard tournament, beating the Japanese woman star, Miss Maskv Matsura, 50-31 in 36 innings. Wilt Wins' Ml* Run Clevelan I-Mh-Fred Wilt, New York, won the mile run at the Knigh'? nf Columbus I n d o o r Track Meet in 4:10.8, whlk Don 'Lsi and Rev. Bnb Richards each pole vaulted 15 feet, 3-8 inches. Cliff Chambers, southpaw pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, is . not a bookworm but he was born In the town of Library, Pa. BOWL FOR HEALTH Jim Benton Bowline Lanes. Adr. Siloam Springs, Emerson In State Finals Newport, Ark. -(/F)- S i l p » m Springs and Emerson battle tonight for the girls' slate high school basketball championship. They gained the finals last night by eliminating Poughkeepsie and Greenwood, respectively, in the semi-finals. Siloam Springs, with Beulah Shook's 21 points showing the way, downed Poughkeepsie, 42-37. I.or- ene Milligan 'was high scorer for Poughkeepsie with 16 points. Nancy Williams' 43 points were enough to carry Emerson over Greenwood, 55-34, Saja Ruth Edwards headed Greenwoods offense with 16 points. I ast Njaht (By The Aworlltrd Frtwn) New York--Johnny Saxtpn, 148, New Yo-k, awarded decision over Lester Felton,' 147, Detroit. (Felton'disqualified in 6th round for continuous holding). New Orleans--Joe Brown, 137, New Orleans, outpointed Walter Haines, 145, New Orleans, 10. President George D. Stoddard of the University of Illinois regards football and baseball as the mosl characlerislic of ouldoor events. Murray State, Springfield Move Into Finals Of NAIB Kansas City - (IP) -The Murray* (Ky.) State College Thoroughbreds a n d Springfield (Mo.) State's Bears, both highly rtgard- ed but underrated five days ago, meet tonight for the National Intercollegiate ( N A I B ) Basketball championship. M u r r a y Siate, piloted by its great little B e n n l e Purcell, knocked oi'f Portland (Ore.) University's Pilots 58-57, in tlie semifinals played before 8,500 last riight. Springfield, seeded eighth in the 32-team, six-day tournament, upset p r e v i o u s l y undefeated Southwest Texas State of San Marcos, 70-67, in a sparkling double-overtime conlesl. The winner tonight gal- · the right to meet the NCAA titlisl. in Ihe firsl round Olympics Playoffs here March 29. Springfield continued to surprise spectators witli its solid j team victory thai snapped Soulh- I west Texas' perfect string of 29 j victories. VICTORY - LIKE CHARITY - BEGINS AT HOME By Alon Mover Vtvtttwi Aluminum Wlnd«w« ·crttfii Orp«rmntil irM itc Awnlnffi GABI COOPER W ItM 441 t*. LMIll ANP HOU9TO* p/p /r WITH f "A BAMS- i ··- -' , oft/J ter A . . PAP. 71 coutet.' Women Holding AAU Track, Field Meet Buffalo, N. Y.-M'j-.V. least four new N a t i o n a l A A U titlisls w i l l be crowned tonight in the 1952 United Slates Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships. Wide open events of tlie meet, which may Indicate America's strength in women's events for Ihis Kiimmer'L Olympic games, include the 50 and 100-yard dashes, the eighl-pound shol pnl and the basketball distance Ihrow. Defending champions w i l l be on hand as favorites in the other seven events. Most interesting contest may be the hurdles, in which C a r n i i n c MeDermolt, IB-year-old Norman, OKI,i., schoolgirl, will challenge Nancy Phillips, Brooklyn. Caroline has been clocked in 7.0, compared with the national record of 7.2. Marshall Wins Free-Style New Haven, Conn.- fTP) - Yale's Johnny Marshall from Australia won the 220-ynrd free-style event, the second leg In bis quest for a "triple" in the Eastern Inlercol- legiate Swimming League's I n v i - tational Meet. He previously won the 1,500-yard free-style. Announcements · Current flonk firnup The Currcnl Hook Group will meet w i t h Mrs. Charles livers, Klwin Acres, Spring-dale, at 2:30, p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. George Hoi- comb, Jr., will review ''Leonardo DiVinci." Delia Sigma Mothers Club Delta Sigma Mothers l'h:h will meet Tuesrlay nighl at 7:30 o'clock wllh Mrs. W. B. Carmicbacl, 408 East Lafayette Street. Co-hostesses will be Mrs, Gladys Sanders and Mrs. Frank Davis. Lodge One Washington Lodge One will meet 'Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, fnr work In the E. A. degree. There will be refreshments served Great Hooks Group The Great Books group will meet w i l h Mls J u l i a Vaulx, 210 Lafayette, 7:30 p. m. Monday. There will be a review ol Charles Dickens, Births B/ AIJWiN A. OILBUf, «. LaSalle, Dayton Clash In Finals OfNITTonMif NCU- York-{/TVTwn r a n k outsiders. LfuSalle ·( 2:1-5) and Dnyton (27-3), clash t o n i g h t fn rlho National Invitation B a s k e t b a l l Ghflinninship, and I«i Snlle's veteran Conr' Ken Lrfflcr says it's rr' "ie Flyers' hoifihl Ihnl's worrying him -- "it's t h e i r brondtli." * "Wn've played other t a l l t r a m s this year, Westr-rn K e n t u c k y , fnr instance, and rlnnr ;ill rent." I,nrf- rlor. H ono-time, pro tnlnr. said. "But we've never mr* anybody that's bolh as tnll rnd as strong as those boys. "Just look at the shoulders on follows like Don Mclnehc. C'mrlt Cricsby and thai biK Lrland Nnr- ris; They lake un a lot of room under (hi biiskd.'* Ijoerflcr says the fi«me should be rated a tnssun but he added, "I t N n k we :an win it. 11 D a v f f i n ' s Coach Tom B^u-kburn won't predict, but promlws a t ^ t l n r F'UIW- itiR 1'ian last year's Hnnls whon t'*e Flvrrs wrrr* imenclpri by HHg- lipm Young, fil-iy, IjaSal'r-'s "Fnrjvitlpn Mm" have raii'jht Ihe fancy of Ue export« and t h e Philadeln'Mn 1"nm w i ' l e n l e r the panic ;i Flight favorite all'ionyh n,-iylon is innrc seasoned and boasts a 20-g.nme. w l n n t n p ptrersk. The f i n a l e is ^cV-dnlcfl 1n b n y l n at 0:30 p. m. KST al Mfldinnn Sf ma re Carrinn, fnlowlnj! ft con- sola! ion i^anie behvecn Umpiepne and Si. Bonavrnture P! J:45 p. m. The ton seeded Dukes were beaten by I,;iSM)e and Ihe Bunnies, tlilrd yecded, were ousted by Dayton in the senii-finnls. Miami Tennis Tourney Attracts Top Players Mimni, Kla.-(/n-Thc field in the Mi;imi I n v i t a t i o n a l Tennis Cliam- pionshins March 22-30 will include five of the notion'.'; scvon'lop rank- Ing 4 players. Tliey are Vic Suixas of Philadelphia, rated No. ' in the nation; Dick Savitt of Orange, N. J., No. 2; R i l l Talbcrl of New York. No. '1; A r t h u r Larson of San 1-c.andro, Calif., No. 5; and G n r d n a r Mulloy of Miami, No. 7. Personals Mrs. C. M. I,awson was hostess yesterday to members of the Friy Club. Mr. And Mri. Paul Mirlnonl Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mirlnoni of Fayettovllle announce the b i r t h of a daughter, March 15, at the County Hospital. Mrs. George.Moore who underwent major surgery at the Ctiy Ho.Miilal Tuesday inornlnjj, is reported in satisfaclory condition. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond P. Wiit- son nnrl dnughler, Cherry, left this morning for Rochester, M i n n . , where Cherry will undergo treatment at the Mayo Clinic, * Welcome home! That is the popular sentiment in regard tn t h i s afternoon's announcement t h a t (ileii Rose, former Arkansas athlete and coarh, w i l l return to the U n i v e r s i t y RR I m p k e l l m l l roaeh. The o v e r w h e l m i n g welirht of public opinion was behind bis ret u r n here. That bad much to do w i t h his being offered the job and had as mixh to do w i t h bis accepting If. The pressure w i l l bo on h i m In his first year, which is often the rase for ;i roach stepping into n new |)dsition. The pressure was on Presley Askew when be took over from Kui*ort(? Lambert in lOlf). And '.lie reason is both eases was HIP product of that same public opinion. Rose t a k e s over a team t h a t lost only one mnn by grad-daMmi. And he takes over in a yonr when n i l n(ber conference ttvuns ore R iuiisly weakened through R n i d u a - t i t m . On the s t r e i i K l h nf lettermen the Porkers stand right al the top. flofi'O. f o l i o w t n a his visit hen: d u r i n g the s f t i l c bnskclbnll t n u r n n - m c n l , Hiiendcd the j u n i o r college t o u r n r y s in Texas n i u l may have pollen a l i n e of n plrycr or two of Ibe trfin:;fer variety, for next year. The Porters could use a '·enter. I t soeins tn us trial Rome's ;«·- enptiUice of the job wrs the only solrlion for Arlrans'f, In the w a v e of enthusiasm t u n his rmmfi t:rer.lcd n f t r r AMsew's roslgnnllon almost, any oilier cnncli would have f l f j u n d e r e d and drowtie-rl, In n .sense Askew was behind the elfrhl-bnll nt A r k a n s a s v.'ith bis bfichiironiift and s.vMctn ntith foreign to the school mid its illustrous history in the Fnort. It would hnvc been n Ion jr. rocky and arduous task for nn.v other ruach but Rose to step in nnd t n k c up the reins for next season. There is a slight .ti^plclnn amonc some observers that the material at A r k n n s n f i aimn'y is not too good. There are a few who clnlm t h a t niislnndllnE was not the caiiKe of such n poor record this past reason. U n f o r t u n a t e l y t h i s belief Is in m i m i t n minority. However, if such a belief should prove t r u e . . . if the members nf the learn simply do not have the a b i l i t y to p i n y w i n n i n g ball . . . then one and ;ill will bel-eve It when Ros« f a l l s ID mould them Into a conference champion. That is the most f o r t u n a t e tiling about n ore's I m m e d i a t e position The pressure w i l l be on him, but through the f a i t h and trust thai (be f n n s I t v t h l s slate have In him, a wort* will suffice at the outset to nhBolve him of the blame for the present crop of piny en*. Such would not be true w i t h any other coach in the country . . . excepting perhaps, one of tbe top eight or 10 men in the business. SprttiK husketball practice will catch more than usfnl. attention t h i s ye.-ir. There nre many questions that need miswering and the fans for miles around will want tu find out those answers ns soon possible. The dates fnr the practice period- are undetermined depending upon arraniiemcnls that Rose will have to make. John Wadsworth of the poultry laboratory operated by the University and the Livestock Sanitary Hoard, has returned from a meeting in Chicago concerned w i t h poultry diseases. The ncv. M a r l u s J. Mndloff will go to Con way Tuesday to attend the ordination of the Rev. Charles B- Hoglan. Jr., at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Madge Ko.ser of Marion, Ark., is exported to a r r i v e here Monday to visit with her father, Judge B. K. Campbell, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gregory. Floyd Klliott of the TIMES is attending a three-day convention of the Midwest Circulation M a n - agers Association, being held today through Monday at the Muel- bach Hotel in Kansas City, Mo. He is a member of the Membership and Attendance Committee. Capt. Frederick W. Southern has Jiifit returned from the Far East where he wns instructor in the Far Eastern Command Chemical School. Ifc Is spending a 30 day leave here with his wife and children and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u h Cooper, before reporting to Colorado Slate College. where he will tench ROTC. Virginia Mitchell, of Stlllwcll, Okln., who is v i t i l l n g her grandmother, Mrs, George Applcby, will bo complimented at open house (n the homo of Mr. and Mr*. Jerome McRoy, tomorrow. Virginia attended the Cincinnati Symphony Concert ln*t nlflht and will b* n KiiMt tonight of Janice Phillips At a dance and open house. Hank Greenherg. general m a n a - ger of the Cleveland Indian*, Is the l««t American Leaguer to hll 50 homcrt a ittaton. He hit 58 In 1938. · 10R til WEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foytttcvill*, Arkorun, Saturday, March 15, 1752 IN LITTLE ROCK Second Red-White Game Winds Up Spring Grid Drills For Porkers The Babe Leads In xnvrrUM In the TIMKH--II nayi. Tulip Time · * The Arkaris-is Fi.i/orhaeks closf r.;»rur; f i j o i i w l i rfrlMs with a second l.iltie H'K-it'x \V:ir Memorial Stad i u m lh : :i n f f e r n c n n . In the fir-.! b-itUe, played hen la::l vT"k, Ihe Her! tcfim, j^parkec I y AM-.SmiUr.-T-a (..'onfci't'Uto qtinr- WEARINO a Dutch rostume, Nnnc? Callaghan tip-toci through i bed of tulips it the Bronx, N.Y., Mo- Unlca) Garden's "Holland In Tulip Time" ihow. The exhibit, featuring 5.000 bloom*, will continue through March 23. It was planned tn anticipation of the forthcoming visit of Queen J u l i a n a of the Netherlands to the United States. Hii'ii' /MuiriiM; ni'i-M 1 ; j n tlie nexl . two iljiys to w i n her t h i r d Title- ! holder;; T n u n i a r e n i find h ' t a U t r nne nf {lie lop irrn)(l:i in wtitm.-nV «o!f is u l i t t l e luck and 3fi holes! of caiilimiK sbuotin«. I The Babe leads llic Tilluhnlderfi ! a.'ler two rounds w i t h 117 Mrolirsl -- f i v e ICHS t h a n her dor.cst r h a l - leiifier--Br-t.ty Uawls of Aii.stm, Texas. Slit- .shot a onu-over par 73 yestetday in t h e .second round of the 72-hole tourniunent for tlie best m a r k of Ihe meet. her present Frugal out put of stroKes she w i l l f i n i s h the Titleholders Sunday with a 204 toln!~ four less t h a n the present Titleholders record. Tbe Babe set that record in UJSO. Training Camp Briefs By The SUtoclalnd Prill Miami, Kla-l/Pi-PltoJim Preacher Hoe, H;i!ph Brtmca nnd Ctrl Er.''kht'! have been "demoted" in the; Brooklyn Dodgcrr.' minor league training camp nt Vero IMnrh. "I k n o w w h a l Ih^c fellows can do," Manager Chuck Dresden fiulU Inrlny. "I don't have I" walch them pitch. It's more Important Ihnt they get to work So t'nch of them will RO six Innings' against Mon.- Iroul or St. Paul on thtr days Hint llio of the squad in iilayioK ox- hlbllirms." Boudronu iilans to UPO most of his regulars ajj:iin*;t the ir.tra-cily rival. Boston Braves hero todny in nn effort to snap a six-game losing tiring of n x h l b l l l n n contcats.-, r.', Boudrenti hax brcn usinK plenty of youngsters so far lo set a line on thorn In name arlinh, ' b u t in this first'clash of tlie a n r m u l city scries, he's out to draw first blood. Billy Goodmun, who had been a nine-clay holdout, will make hlH first start, playing Hoi'ond Vern Stephens will be al third w l l h Jim Plqrsall nl cliorlstoii, Walt Dropo at firsl. mid rianriy (lunipert and Harry Taylor pitch. Ing. Hradcnlon, Kla-(/11-M n n a f e r Tommy Holmes will send pitchers Chct Nichols. Vern nickfnrd and .liiu Wilson to Ihc mound l!i:|;iy In tlin first game of thu Boston Hravcs 1 i-xhlhition series w i t h the Boston Hill Sox. The feeling here Is that Hob Klliott. veter.'in i h l n l baseinim an'l the Tribe's f i n a l holdout will wiuo up wllb nnothcr National League club, probably the Dodgers or Giants. Lakeland, Fla.-(/l')-Thrce rookie . Inhere ~ Dick. Marlowe, Wayne MrLcland and Al Yaylian -- arc to show what they ran cio for the Detroit 'risers today fignlnsl the Cinelnn.itl link. Veteran hurlei' Virgil Truck's and virtually all the reyulars In the lineup romped to a 7-5 win over the Boston Red Sox yfster- day. Trucks thowrd blazing speed after being touched for three hits and one run In the first innlm:. A f t e r that he gave up only one hit in tlie remaining four innings he hurled. Sacramento, Calif.--nain Is glv- Ing Manager Paul Hlchards nt the Chicago White Sox plenty of worry. The Sox. washed out last night In a scheduled gam? with the Snlons. have been ab|c to play only 23 innings thus far In the exhibition campaign. "Must of the good we amun- pllshe'l with our pitchers during the in days of early t r a i n i n g at Kl CVntro nlrcadv has been nullified," said nichards "We'll have lo start playing games or we just will not be In condition to start the season." Richards has hopes of scheduling some caries oul of tile rain bell in El Ceniro. Yuma and Mc-x- leali or Calexlco If other major league clubs can be brought into the program. ih.- 1 '..-hilr 1 , 5)'-lM. HoWfvcr, heai fom-h H! : '; [; r mst;i; h.'i.v mack: some '·h;mi:p-, in \:-t personrict of the l e . i i n : t!r:.!;;nt''.l tn nillkij lK« contest :. more e 1 ,i.-n. ',;.'TM : l)oi.ig;;i:; drrl.'ired at the '·nri o f . ; U.-.1 SiiUinlayV. Itiai be fell Ihe teiuivi v, n e nmrt f evenly divide'! t h n n Iho score indicated. "Tile White'); offense was hampered by :,ome ((j.itly mistakes. Other- ' wist It w n u i f l h n ' o showeri up much baiter," 'the head coarb sold. . IC.irl Kii: ; er, tiatuirl;iy's leading , yiniiiKi-yiuncr, \vlio w?t the ficd's '' r.i'coii'.l striiiK fullback, will opcr- ; ale fur the Whites this afternoon. And Hob St. Pierre, the tali sopho- ' more quarterback and passing star, : alro l u i H . b r e n shifted from the lied, lo Ibe While squad. A n o t h e r bit; offensive show is in . pro-.;pci-t t h l a afternoon. Last week Hie Hi'd.-i Ki'fuei! filfl yards lo a ' ies|ici-lnblc ."01 for the Whiles. ; The squad finished . regular : drills yesterday with '8'spirited i workout and t-'oach Douglas Indi- i cnlrd blr, plensurc with the resultir , of the 18-diiy period. He pointed · lo Ihc spirit of the sr|Uad which ' he termed the best since his ar- ; rival here two yenr.i ago, and ex- liressed his sallsfactlon with th« ' willin^iiess of the players to do ' the work. lie. inillcated thai the team an · "rWbole iuife a-much better under- ' UihdlhgTof Ihe type of offense j trial.'hi wanls nnd explained t h a t , Eitirh an underxtanding make5 Ihe : prnctlrc Ressions more prodtictlve : In fashioning a well-ktill offense. : The weather, which for several j years has handicapped Ihc Pork- \ crs in ihelr spring practice ft- S lorti, was relatively jtood Ihls; .y^jr. What bad wealher occurred; ;p»trfc"-on weekends generally and: 'oiily-nne or two days during Ihe ,week were Inclement enough to hninper the regularly scheduled drills. - . · The fteorbacks-left for Little Hock early thlt morning with 76, men in.ik.lng the trip in two busses. against the Los Angele* Angels .·- yesterday but had to be rescued ' by Luvorn Fear and Bob Schultz. ·· The Cubs" eventually defeated; their cousins, 12-7. Tlie two clubs meet again today with Cavarctta determlnea to u»e : only two hurlers--Bob Kelly and Hob Hush. An outfield shuffle will · put Jack Wallaes.-i In left field,; Dob Usher In center and FranWe;' Baumholtz In right. j The University of Arizona, has-' kelball teams have won eight Bor- ; der Conference championships and ; tied for two others. '; KoiLViSf All-Aluminum Tfiejr Ma/ *»^. ·" Y ««M, w}«4«**, p l**t* · · · knf *Mit k perch rouft, ilttfrmmy :*l*w*l*3*Ttt: Wt n^iitlful Colors. Ath Per DlUlli. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. II Willionl f-b. Mil All.r i 9. m. Ix)s Angeles-i/Vj-The Chicago Cubs' first nltcmpt to use only two pitchers per game backfired, but Manager Phil Cavarett;i will try again today John Kllppfteln and Joe Ilatten were scheduled to go the route Make Whiskers Go Like'Preacher'Roe IROOKLYH DODGER HTCHEH : fRAISES CHILDS' IUDES HAD WHAT HI lAYSl "A tmnoth delivery means everything to.ft : pitcher. A imooth «h»v« meani : everything to a man wtti a toujh beard nnd tender ikln. Th»t'i why [ lisa a Child*' blad*. I find · ChlMi' blade llvci up to lt iloftn, ind leaves my face smooth u a · thlld's." ' "Preacher" Roi · F I N I S T S T E E L » H O N E D I N O l l j » T R I P L E T E S T E D Dovbl* Your Men«y B«ek ·UAMHTH ROARING SAGA OF MEXICO'S TIGER ON A WHITE HORSE! ZAPATA"

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