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„,. ^.*,-•>•_ t , . 1 ^ , ' 4 Jt'^v r ' '- S Y r »;."•<«• f r jr-if^' > HOP Z STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS ffb'ISPLAY teft Day FIT ardlows Shop Ufte Otif Ea . for these Christ* ;>ds fltfW you'd "(^Ilke to otvel • •'Vteslewi Auto * ' Associate Store ZERWORK Dirt Moving Call 'Phone 7-3794 CLASSIFIED '" Ads Must Be In Office fcay Before Publication WANT AD RATES All W6M A3* ei» jsoytibt* »JI Sdvonc* but od* Will t» ecctptM ever ttw telsphon* ond occomoda- ?Sn twceuM*allowed with fhi t*t- flirttoxlina the account I* payobl* when Mdttmcnt It rehdertd. On* Day .60 .75 .90 1.05 1.20 1.35 .50 tftrM Day* .90 1.20 1.50 1.80 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.00 SIX Day! 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 On* Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 .. Word* Jp to 18 16 to 20 U to 25 !6 M 30 )1 M 35 16 to 40 H to 43 16 to SO CLASSIFIED DISPLAY t fme 75c par Inch 3 time 60c per neh 6 time* ........: SOc per Inch Rotes quoted obovt are tor eon- IMirtlve Insertions. Irregular of skip- date ads will take the one-day rate. All dally classified 'advertising copy Wtll b« accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. The publishers reserve the right to revise or edit all advertisements offered for publication and to reject any Objectionable advertising submitted . Initial! of on* or more letters, gnJups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. The Hope Star will not be restorv slble for errors in Want Ads unlesi errors are called to our attention after.FIRST Insertlen 'of ad and then for ONLY, the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 SLAUGHTERING "•'Hfiiil.'^rapped for <fe«p Jeef for Deep Freer* fcbhU. , .' \ Montgomery MM. tf.hplfog.3361 MATTRESSES lbi> Made Into Innerorlng ^ ''(.One Day Service) J *vfi^T T m ~ _J r«& Mattrati d». Elm Street Phon* 7-8211 - '4 "• "-U V WESTERN SHARES jntified' fncorWlrUWd Vctut^av^Hable from wv^xr*! •> ^ IS>iATES . Highway 67 Weit I1URNITURE CO. 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Hope Star Star of Hep* 1199; Pren 1*27 ConiolldaNd January ' ">> 192* Publkhed every weekday afternoon by STAR'PUBLISHING CO. • • 0. ti Palmer, Preildenl Al». H. ,W«shburn, S«ey-TrM. at The Star Building 912-14 South Walnut StrMt Hope, Arkonioi Atax. H. Waihburn, Editor & Publisher Paul'H. Jonei, Managing • Editor Je» M. Davli, Advertising Managw George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. flowering. 5-3t By The Associated Press Apparently the photo finish in the Arkansas Intercollegiate. C on- ference football race is going to have to wait until Thanksgiving Day. The three leaders in the Conference • Arkansas Tech, Arkansas A&M and southern State can hope for nothing better than a 5-1 record. Tech, after whipping Henderson 35-21 last week end, seems assumed of, a 5-1 record. All that's left to.- the Wonder Boys is winless Hendrix College. Southern State and A&M both have on their cards Ouachita which hasn't won a game in six tries. After Ouachita, however, Southern State and A&M collide at Monii cello Thanksgiving Day. The win ner probably Uill come out with a 5-1 record. * The College of the Ozarks jarred the Boll Weevils out of the lead with a 25-13 decision at Clarksville Saturday. The upset victory owes a lot to Robert Ehren, who scored ihree touchdowns and passed for another. Only one week before the Weo vils were the upsetters. They rose to heights that few thought they could attain and knocked off pre viously unbeaten' Tech. Real Estate for Sole Entered at second clan matter «t Hie Pott Office at Hope, Arkaniai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. Member of the Audit Bureau at Circulation! 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Trautman, presides of the association, today an nounced the convention would con sider 23 amendments to the major minor agreement, many cf them mapped by joint committees from the big and little loops'. Among the amendments up fo action are: To allow major league teams t draft 3 players instead of 1 from each minor league club, but'boost ing the draft price to $15,000 fo players from Class D through AA. and '$20,000 for those in the coas league; , To curtail all major league radi and telecasts beyond a 50 : r.iile ra dius of the ball park, except tin sponsored programs,' the world se rjes and. the. all-star game; To require major league team with working agreements to pa traveling and other expenses of it selectees during training seasons snd to assume a part of-thtr man ager's salary if they have a nan in his appointment; To set a minimum of $5,000 £or a Class 'B working agreement, $4,000 for Class C; and $3,000 for class D, with the major league club paying an additional $100 minimum lor any player selected from the farm team; To ban the signing of -a college Walker Comes Into His Own in 7th Victory By RAY STEPHENS LITTLE ROCK UP) — Arkansas' ictory Saturday over the Rice wls marked Ihe arrival of sopho lore tailback George Walker as dangerous cog in the R&zorback Tense. The talented youngster from ?iron, ably abetted by Henry /Toore. knocked the props from ndcr the favored Rice team witn ie most sparkling individual per ormancc of any Porker this year. Walker, who is unusually poised or a sophomore, personally ac ounted for 19 of Arkansas' points n the 28-15 conquest. He carried the ball 10 times from crimmage for 53 yards; returned i vo kickoffs for 64 yards: one 'lint for 73 yards, and n touch own; completed 9 of 13 passes for six times foi ar.d played 5! 19 yards; punted 3.3 yard average; minutes. In turning in this impressive ner ormance, Walker set aside any ioubt that he merits the starting ob at tailback. All year, Walkei las played steady, competen single-wing football. His understudy at the job, Buddy Benson, has at times outshona (Valker. Benson who isn't the all-around botball player that Walker it, has SPORTS ROUNDUP .•» «AYL* TAL10T. .he knack of soectacular. A doing great- something open field runner, he has that uncxnlaihable thing called "color" which Walk r lacks to a great degree. Benson didn't get a chance to «how his wares against Rice. Tho jame was too tight for Coach Bowden Wyatt to gamble, and Walker and his other mates on tho iirst unit wore forced to play most of the contest. The Arkansas victory seventh of the year against two losses or ties was a must triumph for the Razorbacks. It left them in a com manding position in the race for the Southwest Conference champion rhip and the Cotton Bowl berth which accompanies the title. Arkansas now needs or.ly a tie when it meets Southern Method 1st at Fayetteville next week to win its first solo championship since 1936. In 1946, Arkansas shar cd the title with Rice. SMU is the only other team which hasn't lost a conference game, but the Mustangs have been NEW YORK Iff) The citizens of an Franisco are extremely proud •>f their sports heritage, especially f Ihe dominant role their city ilayed in the early clays of pviz-2 ighling in 'Jiis country. It was to :.e expected that they would Vote overwhelmingly for a five-million- dollar bond issue to build them"elves a big league ball park. Everything points to the probability that the Coast city will with- n a period of not too many years ^trongly rival New York City and :hicago for recognition as the nation's sports capital. Indeed, it is a virtual cinch to do so once it las a 50.000 capacity stadium and can bid for the heavyweight chani- •>icnships. The nex.t two title bouts are scheduled there. Paddy DeMarco defends his lightweight crown against Jimmy Carter there Nov. 17, and Bobo Olson gives Joey Giardello a shot at his middleweight bauble Dec. 15. The national audience which saw Olson annihilate Garth Panter in a tuneup fight two nights ago can reaMze without being told that the latter bout figures to be a terrific attractive-one which only a short time ago would have been held nowhere except in the populous East While the DeMarco-Carler return is not quite the same promoter's dream, it is sufficient to bolster San Francisco's ego. Nothing of the kind is going on around here, at least. .The closest this city has come to seeing a championship lately was Rocky Marciano parsing through huried- ly on his way to a banquet engagement. • Since the Saxton-Gavllan welterweight showpiece in Philadelphia recently, about the only ones even discussing the fight game are district attorneys. Getting back to San Francisco there may be those, who do not know that Jirn Corbett, the first SMU Facing Rough Part of Schedule Monday, November §, t$54 MOM STAR, H 0 ? I/ A ft ft A N SAt DALLAS Iff) Southern Methodist can compile one of the best football records inthe nation by; beating on conpecutivc weekend Arkansas. Baylor, Texas Chn tian and Notre Dame. It makes Coach Woody Woodat' wince to think about it. In fact he said he refused to think about it. Moegle Leads Ball Carriers, MooreSecond . DALLAS — W Dicky Moegle, the Rice express, hss Inken a commanding lead in ball-c&rryin,} but the other departments have races so close they may not be determined before all games have been played in Southwest Conference football, Dashing Dick roamed for 117 Jyards against Arkansas la^t week to make his season total '325 yards on 93 carries and 91 yards to the good over pecond-place Henry Moore of Arkansas with his 534 Moore gained 85 yards ag nl ns' Rice. The tightest race is in passing where Duane Nutt of Southern Methodist has the lead for accuracy but is just thr^e yards behind Billy Hooper of Baylor for distance. George Walker of Arkansas made the -greatest progress last week by flinging for 119 yards aeainst Rice. HP moved from seventh to fomth with 365 yards on 26 connections in 47 throws. Hooper got 57 yards against Texas while Nutt made 75 against Texas A&M. Now Hooper leads with 43 out of 79 for 635 yards and Rico 28-15 last week, brought back Nutt is second with 632 yards on | word that Arkansas had every' " 'thing. "Arkansas has 25 or SO boys We're thinking only of Arkansas," he declared. "If I included those other teams I'd pick up my bats — and go home." . . He wonders if any team faced a tougher low in the final fours weeks of a campaign. SMU which wasn't rated very highly bofire the season started, can gain .a strong leg on the Southwest Conference championship Saturday if it downs Arkana Then SMU race by a Would be leading half-game and could win the title by winning over Bay lor and TCU. "My boys will be ready to play a football game Saturday," he said primly, because They'll have to be too, Arkansas has f. great team. I thought at first, part of its success came from being for tunate in sorrle things biit I kno now it's only because it hcs a real football team." Red McClain, the SMU who saw Arkansas roll to its seventh straight victory in beal.ni;? great heavyweight champion of the modern school, was born there and did all his early fighting there in the 1880's. Or. Or that Bob Fitzsimmons fought and won his first bout in this country them in 1890. tied by Texas. While Walker's brilliant perfor For Rent HERNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest in South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 lor our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES in tap. acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E, 14th. Phone 7-3327. 22-1 mo. For Sole or Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If interested, pontact A. S. Williams, 300 E, 7th. Texarkana, Ark. 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Porks Already [>«»'*•£ ; -!;?'• ' ^.|| •,.':; ''•• • '••'• Cinderella Team of 1954 By ED CORR1GAN Of The Associated Press Whatever happens in the fading weeks of the season, the University of Arkansas will go down in the books as the Cinderella team of 1954. Ignored in preseason forecasts the Razorbacks today rode then mance caught the fancy of the 33, 000 .fans who filled War Memorial Stadium, the Porker triumph was far from a one-man show. Coach Bowden yatt pointed out .hat it V.-P.S another "tremendous earn effort by 25 or so youngsters who just don't know when to quit." Rice Coach Jess Neely echoed iVyatt's analysis. The game had been billed as a duel between Rice's Dicky Moegle and Arkansas' Moore, who stand 1-2 respectively in the southwest in rushing and scoring. Neither of this oair was disappointing in the least." Moore racked up 35 yards OP 25 carres and scored a touchdown despite the fact that Rice had pegged its defen?e to stop the west Conference and needed only one more victory to wrap up their to Hempstead County Farmers flrgt crown jn 18 ycars 6 "' 5t In September the talk was bruising fullback's plunging. On several occasions, it looked liko Moore could have gone all the way if he hadn't been forced tr- drag a couple of Owls through the line of scrimmage. Moore made all his yardage the hard way —' he never got com pletely clear of the ' Rice defense. Bud Brooks turned in his usual outstanding performance in the line, and ends Ted Squtcr and Bil ly Lyons were defensive stalwarts A comparatively unknown re serve, Benny Berry, got into his lirst. game of the year, and inter c'ep'ted • a pass to. set up one Ar k'ansas touchdown. Arkansas had a lot of trouble stopping Moegle. and two of His brothers-in-arms, Moe •. Stone and Mac Taylor. Moegle, probably the best runner the Raz&rbacks have faced all year, picked up 117 yards on 21 carries to lead the rushers on both teams. . The consensus of the fans and reporteds was that if Meoegle isn't an All-America back, then nobody evci was. Stone added 71 yarcs on 10 attempts 34 more on seven rushes. The name had one weird moment that would have been more appro- BlevinsTeom Overpowered by "Hornets 7 The Mineral Springs Hornets had their stingers out Friday afternoon and spoiled the Blevins Hornets Homecoming by a 53 to 0 score. This was the seventh victory against one defeat and one tie for the M. ^S. ...eleven, and kept them" on top' of the 7-B conference. Scoring touchdowns for Mineral Springs were: J. Stephenson 2, Castleman, Dyer, J. W. Whisehunt, Norwood, Erwin and Collins. Mineral- Springs threw 13 passes, completed 7 for 75 yards with 3 intercepted. They made 11 first downs, gained 125 yards rushing and received 5 penalties for.35 yards. Blevins made 7 first downs, threw 22 passes,' completed 7 for 120 yards with 2 intercepted. They gained 76 yards rushing and were penalized twice for 10 yards. Friday morning in the Blevins gymnasium, Miss Barbara Horton was crowned 1954 Homecoming Queen by Co-Capt. Jack Lloyd. Homecoming Maids this year were Miss Ginny Manning and Miss Darlene Morton. Next Friday night the Blevins team goes to Foreman for their tenth game of the season and the following Friday go to Lewisville for their final game. 47 completions out of 79 throws. Null's percentage cf completions is .595 tops in the leajrue. Hooper gained 74 yards rushinj aga'insl Texas tc move into second place in total offense, replacing Nutt, who skidded to. third. Elwood Kettler, Texas A&M quarterback, leads, with 7GO yards on 173 plays. Hooper is next with 725 on 123 and Nutt is third with 689 on 124. Kay Taylor of Texas Christian was idle but maintained his lead in punting with an average of 41.7. Walker is second with 41.4. Mocgle tops the punt returners with an average of 15.9 yards on 12 runs Henry Gremminger, Baylor end, is the pass-receiving leader with 13 catches for 25E yards Southern Methodist stayed on top in team offense w:1h S35 yards per game and also leads in defense", giving up 229.7. well drilled, in great condition and capable of beating anybody," said. But Woodard sr-ys "we'll, have .to be beaten or. Ihe football field before we'll concede it." The SMU coach is the man predicted ' publicly last yc&r, fore his team played Rice,, conference favorite. th.Rt he would win. SMU did win 12-7. He's msking no such predictions on this one but he does say his team will give Arkansas a Standings: CONFERENCE W L T Assn. Phone 7-4469. The Negro Community Or brlna Itemi to Miff Turw »t Hleki Fwner»l Conimander, C. G. Carmicheal asked all vne'mbers of the Arneri' can Legion Post No. 427 to be prg, sent Tuesday night, November 9, at 8 p. m. The following topics will be discussed. Dues for J955, Ameri' all Texas, Rice and Baylor. Bowden Wyatt and his young team wore regarded as being a year away from everything even resembling success, Texas, in fact, was tabbod as the most overwhelming favorite in 40 years to svin the conference championship. When Arkansas whipped Texas in its fourth game of the season, the Razorbacks tabbed themselves as definite title threats. Now they need no more than a tie against Southern Methodist, itself a siir prise power, this week to win. tha championship. They beat Rice 1U-J5 Saturday. The Razorbacks have sailed through seven foes and, with throe Tigers Hand Camden 37-19 Smearing Yerger Tigers defeated the Camden Tigers 37 to 19 Saturday night in Hammons Stadium for their fourth victory of the year in eight tries. Yerger scored two touchdowns in the opening quarter with Stuart going 10 and taking a pass from Howard for the second counter. In the second period both teams scored, Stuart again went over from the three after a 28 yard pass from Tyus to Gladney set it up. Willie Leeds ran 60 yards for Camden's scode and Hope led at the half 18-6. Wilson scored for Hope in the third period. Shortly after Cham- priate in Brooklyn's Ebbcts Field. pion caug ht a fumble in the air Walkor tor)k a Rice punt on his own 27 and was hi thard on the 31.' However, the Arkansas back kept liis feet and pulled away from the Rice defender, took to the sidelines and raced the rest of the way to score. The Owls, apparently thinking that Walker had been stopped back can' Legion Citizenship. Caps and program The Community club will meei Monday night, November 8, at the regular meeting place. Asking all members 4o >be time* 7:30 p. still to go, are one of the five undefeated, untied major tcums in the countryv W they gel past SM.U> they should coast the rest of, the way,against Louisiana Stats ar>d Houston. For tfre other power? among the un.b>>atens, the record is " Sihtough not JCLA,, th,e No." I \wm in weefely Associated, t»rejis"pQU, ' M- itself no harm wit ha 41-0 rout of Oregon Saturday. Ohio 'State, which emerged from the Big Ten scramble as the logical Rose Bowl candidate, boasts a 6-Q record and still plays Purdue pnd Michigan. Both teams have been in-and-outers all season. Oklahoma, it appears, never will lost again. The sooner? go on and on, sometimes looking noocl and sometimes seeming to lose interest They slugged Iowa State 40-0 Sat urday and now have to skip over Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma A$M. Nebraska is the only foe that could make it interesting. <?in* cjnnati i* the fifth all-conquering team, having mn up an 8-0 res- ord. B.ut the Pearca^s ere in the gravest danger of all Jive. and rambled 65 yards for the 5th Hope touchdown. In the same quarter Charlie Laster passed 25 yards to Thell Torrence for a score, and Bobby Bradford ran over the extra point. Score 31-13. Verger went another when Camden failed to kick out. From the two Robert Tyus slammed over. A 20 yard pass from Torrence gave Camden their last score with Yerger, oiit front 37-19. gained 294 yards rushing, 72 passing and made 10 first downs and lost 105 yards in penalties, gained 147 rushing, 106 SMU, Porkers Battle for Cotton Bowl By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS UP) The Soulhwest Conference football race may end two weeks earlier than usual and it has Cotton Bowl- folks in a tizzy. They're not used to this in the past it was touijher to get the Cotton Bowl host team than the visitors. The conference champion automatically qualifies for the host spot Saturday at Fayetteville, Arkansas plays Southern Methodist ?nd the Porkers need only a tie to win the title. Just two teams are left in contention for the Cotton Bov/i place Arkansas and SMU. the latter-would have to win two more games to make it, however, even if it beat Arkansas. Baylor still has a chance to tie for the championship but the Bears wouldn't get into the Cotton Bowl even if they did it. Baylor lost to Arkansas 21-20 when they met during the regular campaign. Under conference rules, when two teams tie for the title the one that defeated the other gets the host bid. Unless SMU wins the title, Arkansas is bound to gain no less than a tie. If Arkansas wins Saturdpy the Cotton Bowl won't even h^ve to collect preferential lists. The rule is that by Nov. 15 teams left in the conference race are polled for teams they would be willing to play in the Cotton Bowl. If SMU beats Arkansas, however, Arkansas and SMU will have to be polled next week. Now, with that situation understood, what about the visiting team? Bowl president Felix McKnight and bowl secretary HOWA Grubbs are faced with the mos't confused situation yet experienced. The bowl has been getting teams from the Southeastern Conference, but leaders in that league are Georgia, which lost to Texas A&-M, last- place team in the South .vest Conference and Mississippi which was defeated by Arkansas G-0. A rematch of Arkansas and Mississippi has been talked of but it's doublftil Arkansas would ugvee to play Mississippi again. Bsides, Mississippi still has Houston and Missssppi State to play while Georgia still must meet Arkansas SMU Baylor Sice TCU Texas Texas A&M All Gani»3 Arkansas SMU Baylor Bice TCU Texas Texas A&M Pet Pts Op 0 1.000 103 .833 .750 .333 .333 .125 .000 W L T Pet Pts Op 700 1.000 150 62 .7aO 107 58 .750 190-' 93 .571 149 109 .571 124 93 .313 10^114 .125 65^23 Top Radio Programs NEW YORK Iff) Selected pro grams tonight: NBC- 7 Best of All Music; 8:30 Band of America-; 9:30 Two in Balcony. CBS 6 Tennessee Ernie; 7:30 Talent Scouts; 8:15 Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. North. ABC 7:30 Barlow Con 8:3C Wharton School Award. MBS 7 Secret Files, Book"; 7:30 Broadway Copy. Legal Notice Auburn and Georgia Tech. Besides, Mississippi may bo the prime tadget of the Sugar Bowl, Cotton Bowl officials include Al- ebama. West Virginia and Georgia Tech in speculations, but Alabama has lost two and tied two and has Georgia Tech, Miami and Auburn VW.»« —r" O"** —TT- ~--- - ..w.....£, *vu V4V * - ' _..... , . . passing,'five first downs and pen- *°-P lay - Wcilt V^S" 113 los * *P NOTICE By order of the City Council of the City of Hope, Arkansas, notice is hereby given that a petitiqr been filed with said Council P. O'Neal, Ruth M. ..Cardigan, Miriam O'Neal, W. A. J William Cline Franks, Kathr, Lou Franks and Mrs. J. H. Briley, requesting that the platted alley in Block'Forty-one (41) in the City " Hope, Arkansas, be abandoned and vacated. The said alley sought to be abandoned has never been opened or used by the public as an alley and as platted, is bounded on the East by Lots Seven (7), (10), teen Eleven (11) (14) and on and the by Lots One (1) to inclusive, in said Block on the North by West Third Street, and on the South by West Fourth Street. All persons Whomsoever are notified that on December 7, 1954, at 7:30 p. m., the City Council of Hope, Arkansas, will hear and determine whether said alley shall be vacated. WITNESS My hand and of said City on this 6th day of 1954. (SEAL) Nov. 8, 15 Mrs. Chas, F. Reynerson City Clerk alized 45 yards. Standouts for Yerger; Stuart, beaten Pittsburgh and hatn't played a very strong schedule. <jeoi> ^«>tu*4v*w i* vv »». »V*QV*I| kJbuaiVi ,__ ,, 11 ,» -i i >ti Wilson, Champion, Tyus, Howard, 8^ Tfch has lost three and sWl has nAlabama and Georgia to play. ew«' ttw on the 31, didn't recover in time to give serious chase to the tailback. Jn • adding Rice to its list of victims, Arkansas has run up an ejght-game winning streak, starting with the final game of the 1933 addition to the Owls, the Ra |ourth,-ran^e.d N Mt £he Basketball Py The Boston 101, Paltimore 9? Syracuse 97, Milwaukee 0 Fort Wayne 109, Ropfeejter , }S r e\y York 103, Minn^ap&Us. oveftjr«xe.' MajUp. &&** What About Your RADIATOR?* We have a good stock of good used radiators for all make cars and trucks. Now is the time to it cheeked and fi^ed be fore cold wegther arrives mf ^P ^* ^^^,^^ -^^ff !\ THAT'S WONDERFUL—/' I'VE BEEN TRYING FOR VEARS TO TEACH HIM TO DO THAT MAMA, I CAN'T MAKE HIM Stt>P OZARK IK DISGUISED CHAMBERMAID SOUN KEi 3(?01<. REC6R0/ LOOK, MAMA, 1 FINALLY -•->, TAUGHT ELMER > TO ROLLOVER y' •4x By Mkhotl L ..i ^i.'^3l^i,Mii'^*atikMEja OUT OUR WAI By J. R. Williomi OH,THIS \<=> AN IMPORTANT 3AME-- IT STARTS. FlfeST THIMiS IN THE MOEKJIM'.' 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