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lucky Harris and I* Yankee : are llcktog their chow a Mx-ume WavMflfton .win while the world Champa , In the Kcond dlviilon. tint* the "big d««]" a*pt . Jtiwen, Archie WiUon and Shea to Wtthington for IrV the **· Yanki have been pitched th*» Jett New.Yorlt.WU. hliUn« .000, Jenten .105 WM O'tf.: ·· ,v · . · i ctthed in'fcvo mort hltt . the' Sesator* 1 · 8-J ,» ever fwWe Detroit; The~yeU i CM HudMn didn't att much IwWod hU flve-hit effort, hil* the SMiBtori cm*US!«Aio *, the Yank» itiU were ihaking-j their hMdi OV«T the itrange ilgh ' of two ttnlitit Cleveland wlru e Hniwn M*e Garcia got with i 7-1 ylrtory even h ft* Yuita nfckcd him fo fcome ftadlum ii the/place th M ·» aatmMd.to fold Utdj i and itul attetttly into th. Lait year their perman vied on the binks o , when theywoo on! ,. of 11 itirU.- om u riMh the fifth straight .tint _.. i Vie RjHchi f.lled to g I'nute, viewing eight hita an i rune kef or* retiring at the J o f t b * fifth. - -.v;.S: To» Indtaot needd that .dteiUon Henry'i pltehln . The rookie backed u work with:* triple «n Out dwv«.ia i twoTUM. I fvtatli nfaigltt, - ''·· i Fwky'i ground with th* baaei loaded In ^t^ffiSajS!!? la'« Ale* Xellner ·t, Lmii Brown. IMHi t "Johnny . , doaw to U»«(f olij home wtth *, fine 1-0 triumph over Xarl Har Hit. E4U* Jooi's double, a we ride* «nal an oiUMM fly accounted (ir the only ran In the flnt In- D|. KeUner gave flva'hitt, Har. ' --·- tour I VVfvBM ________ yn htidtd home from iti POUM- ith the tint'-Wettem trip, atlll in r aioit of the league lead, with the help of tome airong'-arm rellei pitching by Johnny Rutherford, The rlfhtbanded rookie from St. PiuV cam* on after l«fthanded Chfja Va» Cuyk floundered in the "Mrf. Althoufh aouthpawi are ' to mak» the Red. curl only ,.5-4. ··'. :::·:·. uaadhk two Hew OHIH «c«t-- Sal MagU* and ' u a Eddif Urty JaBaao-- to 'tutad Manky'a tt. touit Catd - · inab , -. .., .-.. ·.,:·:.;-;.:· ' .'· fj*ai Hailfc'i wlB f fcli fifth ·trajftt. In -trintUnp'Tht Barbar**** iJiowwl on)* M hid and the for the firrt tima Uvt-hltttr M , Ki , two each by Gr«n Himntr nie Ryan, nilnad lotar -at-Chlcago day t«maw«* iwitpontd because 4M COWf... ",; ^..-.." n..- . . · ' · · ' Terms *' Attitude : "Just Nonsense 1 ' ; Lincoln, Net), - (f) - "Just' rion- ·etu*" wai'the comment yeiter- ·Jay «f Unlv4u-*ity of Nebraska GhanetUor R. 0. Ou«lavaon-;re- fardlng tSie itaui! taken by Presl- deot (toorfe U Crow' of the Uni- vertJtr of Oklafioma on the re- ctuWoc of high .nchool athletes PnwJdent Crws laid Monday h* 0d not feel that/Visit*" with proatUfnc athletes would violate the V»Bjfrlt-,of.^a~ Big 'Seven rule rtvatei fatfifrting. According to tat*' ther'Wociation ruling goes Into eff«t September .1, after whi* time Oklahoma will follow the frjfulatlon, tGtftanon,' a 30-Gom« Schedule A baMball game betVeeri' teams of Slloam Springs and TOTtltown will, open a-'M-game aehedule, for the Ozark Biwball ,,Le««uc--· ·eml-pro auociatlon--on May IS at SUoam Springi. It ; will be a "home game" -.. for Tontitown, which will Uae the Slioam Springs diamond la home fitld this «non. ; ' ; ThU will be the third year for. the Oiark Uague, whkh will operate thi» year without a Fayctte- rllle team,;although Faetteville won tr* league championship last ewaaon,. Lack of proper facilities for a homa.fleld wu Hid to be the 'YttiotMlorrajretteyiije not entering a team Ofl» aurnmer, . Other opening game* o! the ae«*n will be held at Gentry May J, when-Jicjsr;' wndi · a - -team there to play, and between Prairie Grove.and:Bantonvllle at the lat- T pa*; V,;' .'vc v-.' ' ; ; · ' . ' ·''·· '····: V " Prairie Grove will have' Its opening horn* gime May 20 when he Pralrl* Grove team takes on kntonvllle, j'V .-'·;"-.'··'· /"·;;·; ' A' strictly night-game circuit, he Owk Leaf ue will be compos-' ad of §te teams- r Bentonyllle, {entry, Prairie Grove,'i. Hogerif HOtTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMK, Foyctttvilto, Arkamw, . ' . - . , . Thundoy, May S, 1fS2 Springi and Tontitown. A haughhexy playoff will. b«j held allowing. the end of the regular teaaon: ·. · '·' ' : . - · ' ' . , " ' ; . . .... ManageTM thii ye.r will .be: ' Bentbtivillt^Hugh Black! G«n- rjf,' Pat'.P»riia^ Pralrie.Otoyt, l^id *otvyi ·^Qftftf Ittnnttn Nod j SI" oam Sprlnn, Oltn Farley; .and 'chtltown, rather Thomu Staud- r. Parka, Noel, Farley, and Father iiahder are. new rnanagen ' thti ear.; Black and Coiby managed H itme Uami lilt yeir. ..Bob.Henry.of Silaam diJtini' is manager of the leigiwi He- : hai " .in.th«..aam«, : poet:^r the an put. -- ' '.%7'ji".-..'.' ';; CAr'iquel.- Fox, ib Mlnow, cf Hilt, rf ·oMnton, Ib Lollw, r Coltman, If 3 1 ODlMllflo, cf S O I P e i k y , 3b i 0 0 Vollmer, If , , 4 1 1 Goodman, 'lb .' 4. 0 ] « 0 1 Thioneb'r, rl 5 0 0 - ' - - - larlllt. 1 0 0 Pteriill, n 31 2 0 0 - "·· Rod'iuii.'sb Holcombe, p · o 0 0 Kennedy, p ':« l BDente 1 0 0 cHlran'di S C O Total! ·; 33 2 5 Total. 3 0 1 - - . Lepelo, 0 0 0 White, e 1 0 0 Henry, p . 3 1 1 a 11 31 7* a-- Wtlkjd for Coleman in ith. b-- Grounded out for Kennedy in 7th. :~Walktd for atoblx In Ith. KCMO .-;..--........_. OW 002 000-2 Boeton _..;..,,,.. _,^....i« 000 20x-7 «-Oo«el»»n, BBI-- Vollmer, Peiky J. Ooodman 2, Henry I, Mete, Robin . »"i 2»~V . ckk, DPr-Fox Peiky, Robinion, SB-- White, Lep- Robinion. Lett-- cnK»ft ;j«, Bo«ton' 10. BB--Henry S. Holcombe 4. Kennedy 2. Blobbi t, SO =¥!»?;* Bolcom* I..ItonMdy._l ."i , , Stobbe r HO-Holcorabe 4 . In . Innlnp: Kennedy 1 In «!il Slobbi _ '-.a. n-.'* HI--Holcombt (Vollmer), r (CirraMUtll, Stobbe (Coodmanl. l. Winner--Henry (4-0). -j*» (0-2), U-Duffy Sum. ·oar. T~*37. A- Slmpaon, ef « 1 2 Riz.-/ Avlfa, ib 1:3 MT ~ · " 4 S I ______ prlngi at Rogen and .Tontijown - '· ' ' ' niembefof" the Council on'Education, If -member. body which is pro- mulg«ring dc-cmph4sls on ath- Iftlet; ;takea a different interpretation of the September l deadline. ' . · ' ; · . ' · ' · · · ' 'j"|t v dr»esn't mean that you can ibijup '.o that date and then stop linning." he declared, ;Whatev er happens between now and that Fo-ralled deadline will b* examined a; part of the evi- dtne* of school'.' intent to- live Up to North Central Association MQUlrtmenU, Gustavion i arned. otf Me«l Opens In Htte Rock; Tilte HoWenNcl Present tittle Rpck-m-Newlchamploni ill be crowned in the Little Rock ouhtry' Club four-ball g o l f umament gettlnt underway today.^, ,-..,:. · :.,,,·;:. ; -" ; ' ·.'· , .'.· ' Jim frliina. and Jack Coyle of Springfield,'' 111., winner* of the meet for the past two years, aren't on. hand to defend the title. .More than · 100 are entered for the 'play' 5 which will continue through Sunday. Included are A kamns' foremost amateurs. Ross Collins o( Monticello, sta champion and-national lefthande links king; is' paired with Pau Johnson. Paul Collum of El Dora do, twice runner-up to Collins i the state amateur, has teamed u with Gene 'Keeney, bespectactei Texarkana star. Johnny Buslck of Joiiesbor former stite champ, Js pairc ·with .Ted Darragh, th« host,club :op shotmakcr. Delegations also are on hsn from golf-conscious North Texa State College, Fayettevlllc, Con way, Fort Smith and Memphis. In desert areas, especially thus with very, little vegetation, th 'ange of temperature in a sing] day is usually much greater than n wetter areas. "out' for McDonald In ith. CltVilMd · '-;,wli.y.£.2.!ai 110 002--7 ·New 'York ... : _...,;,,.,. ooi 010 000--2 E--Boone. Iiuter,: RBI--RoKn 2. Mitchell 2, biter 2.. Avlln, McDou- ftld, B«rri. ID--Inter, Mitchell, R«l- chl.-'Bemi. HR--RMen. SB--Avlla C, Noren. B--C«rcl« 2, Rluuto, rndley. DP--Avllir Boone «nd Eaitcr; ItoMn, Avll «nd Biiter; McDouuld. Rlizuto ·nd Colllni. Left--Clevclind 7, New York 10. BB--Gucll 1. Raichl 2. Schillock 1. SO--Gatvla 2, Rachl 3. McDonnld'l, : Sch«lltick 1, HO--Raicht · in 5 Innlnfi; McDonald 1" In 3; Hchallock 2 In 1. 11 Ic ER--Cards 2-1. Ruchl 5-5; McDonald 0-0. Schallock 2-2.; HBP--Raichl (Tebbl». Winner-- Q»el 3'». Loier--naichl (2-S).- U-, Berry, Honochlck, Wapp, Rommel,-. T-- Box Scores ·rMkhrii (. ·HOOKLVM OINCINHATI r h '. - ab r h 4 1 1 H_tton, 2b 4 1 0 5 0 ! Uami, 3b 5 0 1 -..««*.,, v. 5 1 2 Wyroetek. cf 4 0 Z Carop'Ua, o 5 1 1 Adcock. If 411 4 1 1 Sirwikl, lb 4 0 1 4 0 } Bork'wikl, rf 1 0 « 4 0 1 Zdwardi, rf 1 0 0 3 0 0 ROM!, c 4 0 0 . Cox. 3b Snider cf ' Pafko, .cf Hod«ei, lb Furlllo, rf Brldfei, 2b Van Cuyk, p l o OlM'MIllan. H 3 1 0 Ruth'ford, p 1 1 IfRllIer, p 0 0 0 flTemple 1 ] 1 - ' Byerly, p o o o bSiiler 0 0 0 Totili. M l llTotili Perkowikl, p 2 0 33 4 a--Slniled for JUller In 3rd. b--Walked for Byerly in 5th, Irooklyn 103 100 ooo--s Cincinnati ..... .. t ....J...ooj 001 ooo-( 1--Iteeie. RBI--Cox, SnUer. Camca- nella Hodfet. Furlllo, Adams 2, Wy- roitek. 2Br-^dcock, Kodtei. 3B-Cox. lt-8nlder. DP--Jte«ie, Brldfei a n d lodui. -Left--Brooklyn 8. Cincinnati 7. BB--Van Cuyk 1, Hiller 1, Ruther- ord 4, Perkowakl I. SO--Rutherford 2, lyertr 2, Ptrkowikl 4, HO--Van Cuyk In 2!i Innlnfi; Hiller 7 In 3; Byerly in Z; Perkowikl I In 4; Rutherford In ««. R t ER--Off Van Cuyk 3-2, tutherford 1-1. Hiller 4-4, Byerly 1-1, 'erkowikl 0-0. WP--Rutherford 2. Winner--Rutherford (1-1). loser--Hill, r (t-2). U--Jorda, gecory, Ooetz, Dai- coll, T-2;2». A-14.6M. . . ·b r n! .b r h Umntr, H 4 0 1 C'tldlone, 3b 4 2 1 luucn. p 0 0 » B'tlrorot. 1!. 4 1 1 Aihbum, cf 4 0 1 M'kovlch. rf 3 1 }. , V. Jones, 3b 4 0 0 . . , Beird, rf !nnl. rf 3 0 0 KIncr. If ----- ' ' , Ryin. 2b :itrk. If 3 0 1 3 1 " - Toldt 1 0 1 3 0 0 Jla. e 4 0 1 ··on, !b » 0 0 rf 4 0 0 ISSI^V?.-": |»» » 1 J;ToUll . 34 5 I -, ._ 10 « , JTaltkui. lb -1 ( llKoehorek, Visiting Around Arkansas B Y J O E M A R S H fains from Pine Tree»- ffti Jrtuiit la-Hi Mi Mitt! Uf fatten la u h*tt»r llTlng. They're proud, if «»f tafja, tea, thatthair friends and neigh- tlltaf---O** ·*»·· "·* l *f*l ul * o' **" bever- hM elect km. mllae the Importance'of ·taf IrieMry that tpendi . _ W eiollari annually for yr*4)«cta of our ttatt and ·* *M War--4he ber«rage MTfiOrT WAtHIWtfOM ib r hi ; ' ab r.h 4 0 0 Yoit, Jb S 11 illow'y. lb 4 1 2 Buiby, cf 4 2 2 iullivlt l O O J c n w n , rf 5 1 2 -apei, rf 1 1 1 WlUon, U 2 1 0 S'uchock, 3b 4 0 0 Vernon. lb : 4 0 1 Lerchen, cf 4 0 2 Runneli, va 3 1 1 Glniberf. c · - I 0 0 Mlchaeli. 3h .1 0 0 Prlddy. 2b 3 o ofonuo. c 3 0 1 Gray, p . 1 0 OlHudson. p 4 H'chinioh,. p 2 0 01 TotaU 30 2 SlTotali 33 1 B ·hllidelphla ; 000 010OOO-I Plttiburih _·_,,...001 031 Dtx--J I--Himner 2, Hyan 2, Meyer. RBI-- Metkovleh 2, Ryan, Caraflola, Caiti- lione. 2B--Caitlflione, Metkovleh. B--Caitlflione. HR--Ryan, S-rPollet. DP-- caiitifllone, Bartlrome; Caetl- llone. Meraon and Battirome. Left-- ·hllidelphla 4, Plttiburfh 7. BB-Collet 3, Meyer 1. SO--Pollet 5. Meyer Hanwn 1. HO--Meyer S In 7; Hanien In 1. R ER-Meyer S-l: -Hanien B; Pollet 1-1. Winner--Pollet (1-3). x»er--Meyer (0-4). V--Gore, Stewart, utllelmo and Contend. T--1:59. A-211. ··'· May .. Sports Card May 9-10--Southwest Confer ence Track meet at Dallas. South west Conference -golf meet Dallas. V May IS--ArkaDaaa Track ieam n. Oklahoma A. and IK;, here. 37 Pros Compsling In Oreenbrlar Open White Sulphur Springs, W. Va.- OT-The winner of the 72-hole Greeribrier Open starting today is going to. have to shoot really sub- par .golf, says Max. Faulkner globetrotting B r i t i s h Open Champ. · ,, After comparing the 8,368-yard Old White Course with links of several countries he has played Faulkner feels the par 70 for 18 holes should.be easy to beat. "The first nine js quite an easy par 34, and the back nine 36 is not very difficult," declared the Brit- isher. "Thdre is no green you can't get on in t-,vo strokes without too much trouble." This is Faulkner's fir^t visit fo the'Greenbrier and'he was enthusiastic about it. Yesterday, morning -.Faulkner shot a practice round 71 for 18 holes and in the afternoon he tested only the'back nine again and had a sensational 31. Cary Mlddlecoff Won the first 72-hole Greenbrier in 1949 with 265, .15 below par. Ben · Hogan blasted 21 strokes off « in 1950 and Sam Snead was 17 strokes ahead of the game last year,. .Snead, ihe only one of the three past winners present, is 'in rare form. In practice rounds he had fi'.t and 64 on the course, which is his borne grounds. There are 37 pros trying for the $1,800 first prize to be awarded Sunday, · Aitertoe In tte TOWS--It Deceptive Davey Mauls Vejar; : Chicago-(ff)-There is no doubt that Chico Vejar, the New York University pugilistic prodigy, has the heart of a Jibh, but last night he looked like a lamb led to slaughter. · . . · . It was deceptive Chuck Davey't southpaw style and ballet-dancer footwork that guillotined the 80- year-old dramatic arts freiihmah. - Beaten only once in 42 previous bouts, Vejar was ; as : wide open'to Davey's left hooks, as a prejjared oyster, and about as sloppy... " The kid was knocked down four times. But that's nothing new to him. In five other, scraps he had been floored and 'courageously arose to win. . Vejar ; .arose last . night with amazing stamina and kept '..coming iack for more of .undefeated Davey's .left,' which bloodied his nose, his mouth and hie cheek an must have looked as big as stcamrolef coming in at him a he bloodshed progressed thrpuj 10 rounds. '· ' : · Before 8,773 Chicago Stadium aris and millions of .others o elevisipn and radio, Davey pro* ed by. his easy victory his. wbrt as a foremost contender for Cub Kid Gavilan's welterweight title The Internatioal feoxing Club mowing that it has a hit on it lands in Davey, the 2g-year-'ol lolder of a master's degree fror Michigan .State, promptly begai reparations for a champion'shi] iowdown between the two.fo Chicago this Summer. Nick Lftndes, Detroit promote or the IBC, argued for a rematch f Davey and Vejar in' the Moto ity June 11, but eventually Jim Tom's, the IBC president, turner deaf ear and began pointing to- ard Gavilan. ·: · In the meantime, Davey, a falr- omplexioned fellow who reddens ith every blow, will be unable go through his May 15 fight ith Carman Basilllc in Syracuse, . Y., as ordered' by the Illinois nd New York Boxing Commis- *»n«. He received gashes around each eye from Vejar'« long-swinging shots and will have to have some ·etv ·»' the TIMER it** on't Ntqlact Slipping FALSE TEETH o falM teeth drop, tHp or wobb-e fen you talk, .eat, lau«h or ineezef n t be annoyed and embarr»Kd by ch handicaps. FASTXETH, an irfka- lit (non-acid) powder to sprinkle OK ur plftte*, ketpB falie teeth more mly wt. Gives confident feeling of urity and added comfort No gun y. fooey. patty lute or feelina Gtt STEETH today at any drug itor*. EVERYTHING m HUMBINO and SUPMR FAYETTEVILtE RON and METAL CO. OOVBtNUMB4T AVI . a cool net fabric , that will wear like leatherl 1*11 i « « i . I I E « I I l i n t * I r ! · * I itait FLORSHEIM The mesh lets in tir ^I; and th« NvJon defie* wearl You couldn't ait for » better cpmbinitiog m Honncim Ventilated Show. £'«"» Mwlb Brown with Mo. « BlKk with Whtt. MMh i o n i i I K a i ' f $19.95 Detroit . ,, 100 100 000--2 Wctfiiniton -.:---·.,,.: 004 on MX--« £--Souchock. RBI--MapeJi, Jensen, Vornon 2, Runnels, UrnMo 2, Lerchen. IB--Jenien. .Lcrchen, Kolloway. DP-Runnel!, Michael and Vernon 2. Lett- Detroit 4, Waihlniton *. BB--Hudion 3. Cray 4. Hutchlnwn 2. SO--Hutch- Inion :, Hudion 3. HO-rOray 4 In 2»i innlnci: Hutchinaon 4 in 3Vi. R Ac ER --Gray 4-4; Hutchlnnon 2-1; Hudson 2-2. Winner--Hudion (2-1). Loser- Gray 11-4). U--McGowan. Grieve, Papa- reiia. 1 T-I:S3. -A--I.72S. Loop Ltadcri Smaekod, But Tulta Stays Bthind Dallas-f/P)-Tulsa was left behind in the Texas League last night when four of the five clubs In the tie for last place smacked the Oilers and the three loop leaders. ' Tulsa stayed five and a half games behind when San Antonio nicked the OUefs 6-3. First place Fort Worth fell to Shreveport 5-4, second place Beaumont tripped before Dallas 4-2, and Oklahoma City trimmed third place Houston 8-7. 1, It. Leuli a IT.. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA ab r h ab r h Delilnf, cf 4 0 llJooit, u Marlon, n 3 0 0 Valo, rf dDemaritrl 0 0 0 phlllcy. cf Dyck. If 3 0 0 Zornlal. H Nieman. rf 4 n oiFain, ib Arfl, Ib 2 0 OlMaleikl. 3b aJohnion 1 0 HKell. 2b Ooldib'y, lb 0 0 OiAllroth. c eRoiek 1 0 0 Kellner, p Tno'ai, Jb 2 o . l i · / oil. c 3 0 l ! 2 0 0 3 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 (I a o i 3 0 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 3 0 1 , fount 2b iinh. 2b larrlit, P bKryhoikl cRIvera - TotAla 1 0 0 . . 2 0 0 1 0 1 o o n 2» 0 Si Toll.ll a-- Sinilcit for. Arft In «lh. b--Singled for Harrlil in 9th. Cr-Ran for Kryhoikl In fllh. n--Ran ior Marion In 9ih. e--Filed out for Golrtshcrry In nth. si Louli ooo ooo otio-o 'hliadtlphla 100 ooo OOx--l E-MOH, Kell. RBI-Fain. :B-Jo.«. S--Phlllty, 1.. Thomas. DP--Kell. Jooit nd Fain; Kollntr, Kell, .'oolt and aln; Marlon unit Art! (21. LOB-- t. Louli 5. Philadelphia i KB-- arrlil 5, Kellner 2. SO--Harrlit 1, .ellner 3. R ft ER-rllnrrllll I nnrt 1. Winner--Kellner (3.31. I.owr--MurrJil 0-3). U--Hurley, Sleveni, Paaia,Tlll. --1!M. A--3,471. ' · How They Stand By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet Boston 14 5 .73' Cleveland 14 7 .66' Washington '. 11- 7 .61: St. Louis 10 10 .501 New York 8 10 Philadelphia 7 JO Chicago 7 12 Detroit 4 14 Wednesday's Results Cleveland 7 New York 2 Boston 7 Chicago 2 Washington 6 Detroit 2 Philadelphia 1 St. Louis 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Brooklyn 13 4 New York 13 5 Chicago .... 12 7 Cincinnati -- 12 8' St. Louis 10 10 Boston 7 13 Philadelphia 6 12 Pittsburgh 4 18 Wednesday'! Results Brooklyn 5 Cincinnati 4 New York 3 St, Louis 1 Pittsburgh 5 Philadelphia l Boston at Chicago, postponed cold SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pel Mobile 17 H , Chattanooga 19 11 , New Orleim 17 12 , Atlanta H 13 , Birmingham 13 14 . Nashville _..,,.. 12 13 , Little Rock ., 10 U . Memphis « 20 . Weineeiay'a BeMdti Mobile R Atlanta 7, 10 Inalngt Birmingham ft New Orleana 8 Memphis. A Chattanooga t I.lttle Rock « Naahvlll* I ha TUtM. GET THIS BOURBON BONUS! That's right! This great Kentucky Straight Sour Mash Bourbon is now full 5 yean old. And the extra age is truly an extra dividend because Five . Brothers costs no more than many good 4-year-qld straight whiskies. ' Buy it at your favorite package store $oon. The odds are S-to-4 (years!) that vpu'li single out Five Brother! ai topi among Kentucky- Straight FUU 9O MOOF ' KINTUCKY ITMIOHT MUftMN WHIIKIY -IODUY DWTItLiNG COMPANY,^ 9*BNSKRO, KY · I OWR MASH · M (kt , /H 1

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