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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1927

t fyi'jf; ffigjgT "- .'': -$. tfi. V 5t . ' a .t ". r.j . ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE "4 . ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM V WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 19 1927 No. 30 iM&Eajj&&&fyJ! ' ? ?i wp- '- i ' jfwgH tiff- 'M rift ."': h 'Hi w m i if J ? i' ;5 NELSON VAUGHN AND POGUE FIRST IN T. I. A. A. MEET Glee Club Wins $100 Prize in Wichita Falls Music Contest Sunday i t . tv A. C. C. MALE CHORUS RECEIVES OVATION IN BIG TENT Tho Abilono Christian College Glee Club trained and directed by Miss Myrtle Dunn won the first prize of one hundred dollars at the second an- nual music contest conducted by the West Texas Chamber of Commerce at the convention in Wichita Falls this week. Although only two colleges were represented in tho male chorous division of the contest the Christian Qleo Clubbers sufficiently impressed the judges that tho prize money was awarded in spite of the pre-conven-tion announcement that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1927

v-HCKjS.-' SJ .0 " mmmmmmmmmmmm m r ''.!'' '' H';'iM t'Tv!' 't "- v Pago Two THE OPTIMIST it jfr&Jfr)r'AiBtfiV'ih!At'Ttfi An L Mi - T t t ( m WORK NOW UNDER WAY ON BIG TERM PLAY ALONG THE WAY By Duncan Robinson I E- 1 I L;y Ei ) 5 i r - ' R P ' f I1 i r l Published Weekly by the Stndonts of Abilene Chrtetlaa CoHeg. Office Green Building Boom A Subscription Per Year -11.60 Address all Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Toxas In tor -collegia to Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief CHARLIE DAMRON Business Manager ROBERT COFFMAN Associate Editor EUGENE KRANER LOID WILMON -Religion Editor -Assistant Editor ALL THAT MATTERS Dr. J. J. Taylor better known to thousands of Texas renders ns State Press recently addressed the delegates of the Texas Intercol- legiate Press Assoication at Waxahuchie. In his talk Dr. Taylor sum some inmgs mat were well worth knowing. "In the old days" heasser ted "There were threokinds of aris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1927

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 May 1927

- ' . J A III '". 'j '"l4 Bjcs"" "'T' V'- ar;;jaiifeiM tauMjanyinucM r x jayjffng' aT flffi !!'. ) v Sure Four THE OPTIMIST a i. stt tw ist thi gl' 1 I flfl fl i i !. B&WW The Correct Style for SUMMER SLIPPERS TO MATCH YOUR BIG HAT Wo Have the Color You Wont. Cinderella Bootery Where Shoes Are Different Plans For Formation of "C" Association Are Inaugurated "Victory victory victory" wns the watchword set for the coming ath- letic year by Coach Morris In an en- thusiastic meeting of letter men for the formation of a "C" Association In Abilene Christian College. This "C" Association composed solely of athletes who havo lettered fulfills a pressing need for such an organiza- tion that has been felt for years. It is a fitting climax to tho battle that has been fought by several of the far- sighted students and by the three coaches of athletics for more pep en- thusiasm and love of Alma Mater among tho students and ex-students. Tho purpose of tho club is not as feared by somo to be a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 May 1927

r'-i ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2G 1927 No. 31 vitlrtiJHfi "W f Jsnll .TWh rHBS5' TT7B V 7 . COFFMAN AND CONLEY WILL HEAD OPTIMIST STAFF FOR NEXT YEAR SIX NEW MEMBERS ARE VOTE0 INTO PRESS CLUB AT MEET ING SATURDAY HOGG HONORED WITH AWARD New Optimist Heads Arc Capable Representatives of the College's Various Student Activities At n mooting of thq Press Club last Saturday Robert Coffmnn was un- animously chosen to succeed Burton Coffman his brother as editor of The Optimist for next year and Dannie Conloy was named as the successor of Charles Damron the present manager of tho collego weekly. Also Henry T. Hogg was elected to roccivo tho press club award for tho present session and tho following now members weie voted into tho club: Dylo Vaughn George King Eugeno Kroner Lelia Page Charles Vaughn and Dannie Conley. The new editor of Tho Optimist is n junior ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 May 1927

ao.- VT -id RWimTviW rrsjisa pSSS Mgwim ipwm pm" mi i vgMrJBBJ mmam $? Pf's$? V ridrf'. -fr " ?:;r m . jrir 'IV 7tf ..I r "Pago' Two THE OPTIMIST y w m WK PtoMlahed Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian Collcfa. Office Green Building Boom A Subscription Per Year -fl.60 Address all Correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Mombor of Texas Inter-coliegiato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief CHARLIE DAMRON Business Manager ROBERT COFFMAN Associate Editor EUGENE ERANER LOID WILMON -Religions Editor -Assistant Editor THANK YOU As this is the lust issuo of The Optimist that I shall edit I wish to thank the students for the many kindnesses that have been shown mo during the seven terms that I have served them in this capacity. I have realized as many of you doubtless have realized that my work has been marked by many mistakes and I appreciate the spirit of tolerance that has characterized your weekly reception of this pubh cation. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 May 1927

I ' ; u.": t t "AW fl-I.II.I.H!!..! r nrp "fc ' ".)iiiliffiriniin I ili I ff i ff '"ri jy;1 THE OPTIMIST Page .Three' Abilene Christian College Quartet and The Other Quartet Ks.i ap S' 1 k fa n v & fh v. ' "i&f ! V ByNPjBHBBBrB IM. 7 iui- iiiiiBBiic diB jfBB F!fl HHHHHv c av nHnpR lar jj ? .sSPHaaaaaVB I aHaaBBBBaBM bHbbbbbbv if 40ft?' V i 'B' V 1B r illH jv i jB s J 4 ibwhSIHv ctflK lv ' V Ia y n bk jtijaBHaHaBBBH LIVINGSTON IH'MPIIIIEY COFFMAN AND WILLIS Y0UNG KLINOMAN. ADRIAN AND MORRIS Scenes More or Less Familiar to All of Us BBmlMiWii ''ill ON THE STAGE IN THE GYM MinterDry Goods Co. "Abilene's Progrcaivc Store" CONGRATULATIONS A. L( V4. On your splendid class of Young Men and Young Women who have fulfilled their contracts and will GRADUATE THIS YEAR. We ALSO CON- GRATULATE the A. C. C. Faculty on THEIR SPLENDID WORK OF MAKING BET- TER CITIZENS. WE APPRECIATE YOU A. C. C. GRADUATES And have arranged with the Higgin- botham Studio for a group picture of the Class of '27...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 June 1927

w ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE WHERE TRUE HEARTS SHALL LEAD THEM Vol. XIV. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 30 1927 No. 32 Morris '24 Again Heads Alumni Ex-Students Ass'n. One Hundred Cities Represented in Summer Enrollment NEARLY 250 REGISTER FOR WORK THIS TERM Oven ono hundred cities and half a dozen states have contributed to the enrollment for the present session of the Abilene Christian College Summer School which is ncaring tho 250 mark as a few late registrations bring the total to 180 college 42 academy 10 fine arts and a few specials. This docs not include the heavy enrollment in the Extension Department and the sixty or more who are attending tho week day Bible classes offered by Professor Carter. The complete list of those enrolled for college work is given below: Clarice Shipman Abilene. Violet Burgess Abilene Katie Georgo Parker Abilene. Gladys Conly Abilene. Orbie Grimsly Abilene. Oma Cure Abilene. Mary Cecil Denson S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 June 1927

Page Two THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly bj the Studenti of Abilene Christian Colics. Office Green Bulldlnir Boom A Subscription Per Year . U0 Addreu all Correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Preti Association RARE VOLUME OF LATIN BIBLE ACQUIRED BY A. BBC. LIBRARYi BUKTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FltANK ETTEH Business Manager The Optimist is published duriug the summer months by the ex- Students under the direction of tho executive committee of the Ex-Student-Alumui Association. EXEOUTIVE COMMITTEE DON II. M01U11S President MISS ESSIE HAMBO MKS. A. B. AIOREIS 110LL1S L. MANLY WILL II. SCOTT ALTER 1L ADAMS Among recent additions to tho A. C. C. Library is a copy of the entire Bible printed from the Latin Vulgate text in the year 1004. It was orig- inally the property of J' Apparatlns nu Citoycn Carpcmtier which In Eng- lish would be "I belong to the Citizen Carpenter." Students of history will note the custom of c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 June 1927

Yomh? Frieiads anudl MShu n They all como back. When some sage in the early history of America (or some other country) Bald the above ho didn't know that it would apply to the sons and daughters of ' Abilene Christian College but it does. Just glance at the following list of exes who reside In Abilene and see for yourself: The list will be headed with the name of Lon Harvey oM-Uimt do luxe He entered the Chllders Classi- cal Institute away back in 100') when It first opened its doors. lie and Mrs Harvey wore in school the next two years and as Lon says "you know the rest." Mr. Harvey Is managor and proprietor of the Harvey Dry Goods Company. Ono of Abllcne's most pro. gresslve stores. It was a Httlo nearer the present when Schley Riley '20 and Maxinc Allen '20 wcro graduated. Schley and Maxlne who is now Mrs. Riley are two of A. C. C.'s most loyal ex- students and live at 709 Peach Street Abilene. Schley Is a salesman for Mingus-Pricc Company. Within a block of the Ad building Hvo M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 30 June 1927

Pec Tawe THE OPTIMIST NEARLY 250 REGISTER FOR WORK THIS TERM (Continued from jago I) Jesse M. Sewoll Abilene Texas. Wendell II. Dodichek Abilene Tex. Mrs. D. M. Cranflll Abilene Texas D. M. Cranflll Box 405 Abilene. Mrs. L. E. Carpenter Mt. Calm Texas (at present). Ruby Norton Floydada Texas. LolaNorton Floydada Texas. bladys Arlcdgo Abilene Texas. Carlos D. Speck Abilene Texas. Nora P. Maniln Abilene "texas. V. C Sikes Abilene Texas. Mrs. W. C. Slkes Abllone Texas. Mrs. Virffil Barrett Abilene Texai George C. King. Nell Chlsm. Essie Rambo. Ola Hutchison. Elsie Sharp. Maty Lcme&cre. My Longacre. Fayc Salycr. I.Ida Bcasley. Vclma Barrett. A 'ma Richardson. Moxlns KHngman. Mrs. A. B. Morris. A. B. Morris. Lula L. Lawrence. Yetta G. Mitchell. ' Empress Gough. Mrs. II. V. Standley. H. V. Standley. Winnie Locko. Abner Morris. Chas. It. Brewer. J. W. Chlsm. Sula Mae Ratllff. Gorman Kcnley. Cleo Manly. Schley Riley. Mrs. Schley Riley. Billy Hall. Rita Foster. Fred Stlrman. Mrs. Fred St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1927

$: rz Jft l idLV'-M &&F&i '". 'i STUDENTS SUPPORT ALL COLLEGE ACTIVITIES' STUDES GET 'SQUARE BEHIND THOSE CATS S8' J MKRARY "IvMciie Christian CoHckf bilesc Tcxm ; Jfi Vol. XV ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER J2.197 No. 1 t : j '" '''' Ml ".1 : HII-..m W fcAd U-1HI 111 Ml BBI HSl HI Bl HU WII HB .U.A. v. NEW A. C. C. SITE SECURED ON 800 ACRES EAST OF TOWN AMem CtuFMnami College IBgfies Tweimty efeo)nd SessifomL Tuesday Wildcats Football Prospects For This Season Brightest In Years i 1 i . 1 FORTY-ONE CANDI- DATES REPORT FOR INITIAL WORKOUT With the opening of tho colleges throughout tho land old King Baseball is gradually relinquishing his hold on the sport loving fans and tho follow- ers of the pigskin ganto are pushing into that exalted position held by the ruler of swntdom. fn another week the majority of the colleges will havo gono into action against nn opposing eleven. Friday tho Wildcats will tncklo tho Tarleton Ploughbdys foes of former times. Tho opening of tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1927

'5 SPff :-: " ' I 'V' fiVJtemBfi Abilene ChristianCollege Band BSfiJSJBJfflHI&'fflEISJSJSJ MILLARD HUMPHREY Editor LLOYD NELSON Aasocinto Editor LELIA PAGE Assistant Editor ALEEN COOKE - - - Assistant Editor DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager ut TIME FLIES . . . . -H .S .f'.Wi 5r V i i ) i v jr fi! Tho longer we live in this world tho more forcibly wo aro im- pressed that time flics. Time speeds with flying feet and all alike must follow. Yesterday we cumc out of tho great unknown; today wo aro traversing a narrow strip called life ; tomorrow we go again int oan unknown world and one that is eternal. Life is but a dream in length. Just a'fow short years ago wo were children at mother's kneo; today we arc young men and women filled with energy and a desire to accomplish something. A few more fleeting years will pass and we shall find ourselves descending tho slopo toward tho sunset of life. That fact is xcry forcefully impressed upon us by the opening of another school term. It seems...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1927

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1927

1 IMMIN i-JA-i 1 l" I1 WWW f r - i - 1TJJlamttgmtM i.l l i a i. f- iJwr A-'- A.P.4 THE OPTIMIS'T i On Leave of Absence iiiiiiiiuiiriiLniin iin imiiiitiiniiijjii uiriinirio in iin t Just Supposing Make MIMS Corner Your Meeting Place Up Town ALL BUSSES AND. CARS STOP ON MIMS CORNER r V amcninxmxtjjnntaxi axirisaaua: a :r-x it? :n -i ti n ;:i:?? h a n: i -r:i : ina. J- &i "- -ittiil5iK!sSlw rfi - - $&' --'wBexfr' y MKw. 4ssssiasssHMK"v'''iiisssssssssssssH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBABBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBT ssssssssssssfliissasssssssssssssssssssssssW i i YOU FEU OUT WITH YOUR GIRL. 50MEB0DY BORED YOU TO TEARS " flThrVou WERE Jlm V 'CRAZY Jpji I WITH THE g 1 HEAT " h f"y t a W. E. BROWN G. C. MORLAN Head Coach YOU PAINTED THE TOWN USD 'RYE PROF REALLY ws A M HARD BOILED EGG " Qm&t yoiAaughed 1 YOUR HEAD OFF dfdKJCr CHRISTIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS STIRRED DY DEATH OF MRS. WILL SCOTT (Continued from page 1) A. C. C. for sovcral y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1927

v-4 -if; r ;... 4- i - ; -SP . " ':...'. it .. y - ';"- J . 111 PwiftiiWrtrit;tfifVi '' " "" 3B Umi pin in! RIDE THE SPECIAL j" ? yoi. xv ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1927 No. 2 RECORD ENROLLMENT OF 625 IS NEW REGISTRATION MARK i T jrfrar " Morrismen and John Tarleton Plowhoys Battle to 6-6 Tie A. C. C. REGISTERS EIGHT FIRST DOWNS PLOUGHBOYS GARNER 2 tobg . to .muw th from ten to lutccn pounds to tno man the Abilene Christian College Wild- cats displayed a powerful and speedy off-tackle attack that completed swamped the Tarleton l'loughboys for three quarters last Saturday. But the coming of the final period saw the Stephonville gridders launch a pass- ing gamo that netted them a counj In the closing mlnutcB of tho-t!ontesi and gave them a mofifc-'weicomo tie with the Abllsntrelevcn. The Morrismen garnered six first downs in tho first half of the game while tho Ploughboys could reglstejr none. Tho Wildcat line was holding like a wall and Thompson was doing some beautiful off-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1927

'-?i -).- 1" ai -- t ' i gpKse; .53 T H BIQIE'T I M I S T IraSSarw x "1'-' "L JIWMn.'liwiiifcl'ir!iilL 1 1 ixJimii. l y-iSlhi. &mBmB&Smmm& 1LM '"'".1p"'' ' 'T"-)1' ..'''' ' i jAflakll BSMSffi'' aBSBS'1"!"-" i ' '. 9 '.' TtVZWtwBti "Iroa csaggssg- jl - .' ' : i -ivjt s rruss ''' i S!!BKV' itfiAS' k : gr fv ' if' i it I i $ I 8 -.' I Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. rKtiACillNG M WOKD 1 i i Optimist Office Green Building Subscription Per Year .$1.60 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collcglatc Press Association. LLOYD NELSON EdItor-ln-Chlef DANNIE CONLEY Business Manager ELLIS WILLIAMS PAUL SOUTHERN DIAL VAUGHN LELIA PAGE .Associate Editor -Religious Editor Sport Editor ..Assistant Editor Reporters: ELDEN BUSBY JACK CRABTREE NELL CHISM. ' SALUTATORY Each year a great deal of criticism is caused by various articles appear- ing in the Optimist. Often times these are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1927

Pl - f MkaHMIiMH.j New Material Promises TRACK TEAM HAS BRIGHT PROSPECTS OF TAKING T. I. A. A. HONORS From the turbulent skies of pre- season dopo comes a rumbling that prophesies jv great track team for A. C. 0. in the coming season. Captain "Dylc It. Vaughn in n recent interview gave. somov interesting datn. - Vaughn himself heads the list of hopefuls. At tho age of 18 and weak from illness Vaughn sped over the mila course at Denton last year in tho remarkablo time of 4 minutes and 33 seconds thus breaking the old T. I. A. A.'record for that event by 5 seconds. Mot content with this ho entered the half. time event a few minutes later and .walked off with a third place. Ex-Captain Nelson record holder in the two mile run was graduated in Juno' and his place will be hard to fill. " Jesse Pogue last year's best T. I. A A. high jumper is another vnlu- nblojmnn who will not be back. But' then thcru will be Coalson. Lnst year Coalson waB out a largo part of the year with an injured ankl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1927

' nmii5;:j?"ii''" :yii;aiyn Pt4 j58HpPTIMIST ' ' ... jSl u It IS s Students Special Guaranteed Electric Iron 1.50 Electric Curling Iron 62c Beautiful Reading Lamps 2.95 Sun Electric Co. Everything Electrical ?1gSiffWSimfrtlhrfftftP COLLEGE NIGHT PROGRAM GIVEN BY OLD STUDENTS BROTHER AND SISTER BELL CEEBRATE SILVER ANNIVERSARY THE BOY'S AND GIRL'S PEP SQUADS ARE ORGAN- IZED ON FRIDAY A lovely cvont of Saturday was the "at homo" of Brother and Sister It. C. Bell who were celebrating their silver wedding anniversary. Guests wore received from the hour of four until eight. Sister Bell wore a heavily beaded dress of black and carried an old-fnshione dcolonial nosegay of rose- pink asters. Pink and white roses made pleasing decorntions with white tapers in silver candlnbra among the delicate tint) of the rooms. A white nnd silver wedding bell hung suspended from the chandelier; nnd under it posing ncath a tiny wedding arch with the figures 25 btood n miniature bride and groom. Cnndlabra a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 6 October 1927

Vol. XV 1 V A (AlilLENKjrCXAS) THURSGTOfiSftJlS- j JS Y -T Jt' 3 dEI A. C. C. Fiscal A Sul Ross FORWARD PASS PAVES WAY FOR TOUCHDOWN IN FIRST PERIOD WILDCATS PLAY LIKE CHAM- PIONS TO BEST HEAVY ALPINE TEAM POWELL AGAIN A. C. C. STAR Gene Alford Causos Most to Morris' Light Squad Grief Plnylng championship football bo- fore u wildly enthusiastic gathering of Fair fans and student rooters the A. C. C. Wildcats whipped the Sul Itoss Loboes into a 12-0 defeat at the West Texas Fair Thursdoy afternoon niul tnereby completely vindicated tho 3 to 0 victory of last year. Two triple passes at the start of each half beat the Loboes. Roland to I'owell to Thompson and Roland to Powell to Colley were the scoring combinations. Thompson snaked up a fifteen yard pass by Powell a few minutes after tho gamo started und raced over the goal line through an open field to put the game on ice. An eighty yurd drive down the fiold led by Powell and Roland placed the Morris men in tho shadow of tho Teachers ...

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