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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

Imperial Valley Press. vos ix. PROMISE OF PATENTS TO VALLEY SETTLERS Commissioner Dennett Learns Cause of Delay and Orders Action. Clerks Were Holding Up All Imperial Valley Cases Because of False Im pression That There Had Been Gi gantic Grabbing of Desert Lands— Parazette's Report. Mr. J. B. Parazette, of Imperial, one of the representatives of the landown ers of the valley sent to Washington to place the case of the settlers be for the General Land Office and the committees of Congress having charge of bills affecting land matters, return ed this week with encouraging reports of progress. Mr. Parazette found Commissioner Dennett of the General Land Office anxious to do everything possible for the relief and protection of the settlers of this region, but un til conditions were explained to him he was unaware of the needlessness of delay in the issue of patents. The chief clerk of the division having charge of the matter, it appeared, was holding up patents because he had a notion ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

2 INSTITUTE DEDICATION » Of. K. C. Babcock, of University of Arizona, to be Principal Speak er at Year's Closing Exercises. The date for the closing exercises for the Heber Collegiate Institute has been changed from May 2* to May 25, so that the Institute may liavo the ■ •errlces of Dr. K. C. Habcock, presi dent of the University of Arizona. He I will make the principal address on | this occasion. ; „The main event will be the formal dedication of the new administration bnllding, which has been in uae for wrcral weeks. Officers of this school plan to make this affair an important one in the history of the school, and expect an assemblage of people from all parts of Imperial Valley, as well as numerous educators and officials of the Southern! California Conference lof the Congregational Churches, which organization is backing the in stitution. NEW CUSTOMS SERVICE For convenience in inspecting trains ; the Inter-California Railroad, which •wings down into Mexico on the way i from Cale...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

Saturday, March 26, 1910. Five Passenger Touring Car for $1090 EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT THE THE CAR IS LIGHT AND IS JUST THE FORD AUTOMOBILE IS. IT IS THE CAR f'ji l^ V W"*f jf**^ W^k W*^ ™ ING F ° R DUST ° R SAND ' FIVE PAS " m JL^ B * M m BLJr B 11 senger touring car with top, heavy THAT WON THE RACE ACROSS THE CON- f fl|^ f^ fJ f% f J PLATE GLASS FRONT, SPEEDOMETER AND TINENT FROM NEW YORK TO SEATTLE, J| g |^ Jg ML m ML^ FIVE LARGE BRASS LAMPS FOR $1090 DE- OVER SAND, ROCKS AND SNOW. ' LIVERED TO ANY TOWN IN THE VALLEY. ROGER STERNS, THE STATE AGENT, DROVE THE CAR DOWN FROM LOS ANGELES THE THIRD OF THIS MONTH, AND YOU KNOW WHAT THE ROADS ARE IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. HE MADE THE TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO TO EL CENTRO IN EIGHT HOURS, MAKING SEVERAL STOPS TAKING PICTURES ALONG THE ROAD. THE TRIP WAE MADE WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST TROUBLE. C. E. SPROUSE, Agent Imperial County, El Centro, Cal. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLEY. The annual meeting of the Brawley Co-operative Building Company was h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

4 Imperial Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and Ctty of El Centro p^r BLJSHED bvkr y SATURDAY Miter Allen Kelly •utJness Manager Lewis Havermale SUBSCRIPTION One Tear * 100 six M0nth5.. ........................ *>o Three Months 2B ■Ingle Copies > 0° WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be tarnished on Application. « Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VALIDA TION OF ASSIGNMENTS Enactment of the Lawler-Flint bill for the relief pf bona fide assignees of desert land entries in Imperial Valley probably will accomplish the purpose declared in the title. It gives the force of law to the doctrine and policy oi th<? General Lam Office as net forth in the decision in the Davis case and establishes the legality of the practice of assigning desert entries before patent. That is the apparent effect of ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

Saturday, March 26, 19x0. THE WEATH ER Cute Max. Tern. Mln Tern. ; 19 86 52 20 86 52 21 89 52 [• 22 89 58 7123 78 49 r li4 80 45 I 25 68 57 WATER IN THE RIVER W^Mm daily gage heights and dls c»srg|es of the Colorado River at Yjuran. Arizona, for the week ending Saturday, March 19, 1910. M/arch 13 18.70 26,600 March 14 19.85 37,000 March 15 20.35 40,200 tyarch 16 20.25 39,300 March 17 19.80 35,300 (MaroA 18 19.50 32,300 jtfarcj! 19 18.85 29,200 ■ I FRANCIS L. SELLEW, 1 Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD MARRIAGES 1} Lee- Goff— March 23, at the Metho •ist parsonage in El Centro, Austin A. Lee and Minnie Goff, both resi lents of Brawley. DEATHS At El Centro, March 1910, Galen 3. Platt, age 4 years, 9 months, and )rville L. Platt, 6 years, 2 months, ions of Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Platt. funeral at residence, March 26, at » a. m. Interment in Imperial Ceme ery. The children were recovering from in attack of measles when pneumo lia developed and proved fatal. * * # Dodge— March 16, at Brawley, G...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

6 WILL BUILD JURY ROOM County Supervisors Ask For Bids for This Improvement— Bodies May Be Removed From Brawley. Cemetery. Tho Hoard of Supervisors of imper ial County mot nl the Court House In El Centro nt it o'clock n. m., 011 March 14. IPIO. being called to order by Chairman McHarg. Supervisors present: McHarg. Fer guson. Wade, Clark. Supervisor ab sent: Webster. The minutes of the meeting of March s were read and approved ns corrected. The Board ordered that the bridge crew now working on the Silsbre bridge be instructed to remain at work on said bridge until the carpen ter work is completed. The Board ordered that the Clerk advertise for bids for the construc :i of a jury room over the County Jail, said bids to be opened and con sidered April 5. On motion passed by the Board, permission is given to interested par ties to remove any bodies buried more than one year in the Brawley ceme tery, providing permission is secured from the County Health Officer and the State Board of Hea...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

Saturday. March 26, 1910. CONTEBT NOTICE D partment of The Interior, United States Land Office, Loa Angelet, California, Fbruary 21, 1910 I 'A AufTlclent contest affidavit having been filed In this oftlce by Marlus Nielsen, contestant, agalnat Homestead Entry No. 10641, Serial No. (03552), made April 20, 1904, for BW. quarter of NI3 quarter and !half of NB quarter Section 9, Towri- Ip 16 8., itmiKols 13., flan Bernardino ■rllilll.ll, now described according to the tr survey of said Township as Tract v 173 In Twp. 16 S., R. 13 E., S. H. M. Hans Nellsen, Contestee, In whlrh It alleged, that said Hans Ntelson died or about the 21st day of November. £907,* that said Hans Nielsen waa a n;>- flt%r>f Denmark and a naturalized cltl- tfSh «f the United States and an un- tuarrled man; that the only heirs of said lijans Nielsen are the following: Ole Niel- «£n Ostergaard, a brother, age about 47 years, residing at Copenhagen, Denmark; Marie Nielsen, a sister, age 40 years, re- siding at ...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 26 March 1910

8 NEW COTTON COMPANY Propose* to Plant Between Two and Three Thousand Acret Thit Year. Articles of incorporation have Immmi Rlcd for the California Cotton Coni pinv. whoso principal business Is to grow cotton In Imperial Valley. The owners and business nion of l<os An iSEloa and Memphis. Tennessee. The presidpnt of this company will be Joseph R. fjoftua, The othors men tfoned are J. T. Walker, of Memphis, Tetin., who has been In the cotton »nd cotton seefl business for a nutn p*r of years; W. H .Kindig, M. M. Oorfmeler and H. C. Chase, all of I/)s Angeles. The capital of $25,000 will enable tfie company to plant from 2000 to 3000 acres in cotton, and have an ex perienced plantation manager as su perintendent, and justify maintaining a business office to handle the pro ducts. WILL DAILL FOR OIL Strong & Dickinson, of lx>s Ange les, hare contracted with an oil drill ing firm of that city for the sinking of a test well for oil on the Coachella townsite, in the' Coachella Vall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. IX. ESHLEMAN ENDORSED BY COUNTY COMMITTEE Imperial County Backs Him For State Railroad Commissioner Committee Also Endorses Mansfield for Assemblyman and Flint and Smith for Reelection to Congress — Com mittee to be Enlarged by Additional Member From Each Precinct. The Republican County Central Committee met In El Centro last Thursday to perfect organization and make preparations for the coming state and county elections. As there will be no conventions, more work will have to be done by coinmitteenicn, and it was resolved to enlarge the committee by the addition of one mem ber from each precinct. John Norton was named for 131 Ce»tro, and the other precincts will name their mem bers at the next meeting. Paul Bo uian resigued and Thos. Beach was appointed in his place. M. D. Witter was made a member for Brawley in side to fill the vacancy left by the retirement of Geo. Turner. The com mittee unanimously backed John M. Hshlenian for Railroad Commissioner by...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

2 RECEIVERSHIP CASES Supreme Court Advances Hearing on Writ of Prohibition to Next Monday. Somebody having informed the Su preme Court of the Importance of the work on the irrigation system of the Imperial Valley mid the levees of the Colorado, hold up by its writ of pro hibition forbidding the expenditure of Any money by the receiver of the C. D. Company, the hearing set for April 11th has beeu reset for next Monday. The case had been argued before the Superior Court of this county, and the lntcrvonors had had (heir say and submitted the matter to Judge Cole, but before a decision had been given tney slipped into the Supreme Court in San Francisco, where vast and pro found Ignorance of the situation in the valley prevails, and on a one-side showing procured a writ enjoining Judge Cole from giving any decision or authorizing the receiver to spond a dollar pending heariug on April 11. \vork of vital importance to the val ley had been begun and there was no time to be wasted iv comple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

Saturday. April 2, 1910. Five Passenger Touring Car for $1090 EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT THE THE CAR IS LIGHT AND IS JUST THE FORD AUTOMOBILE IS. IT IS THE CAR JF|i*<ff W W"^ J^^& If B *^ THING FOR DUST 0R SAND. FIVE PAS- THATWONTHPI ' - 3 JU* >^\ S 4f Sf M jfLjlPr B B SENGER TOURING CAR WITH TOP, HEAVY ', JACK ACROSS THE CON- Jf |7*|| Jj?^ » B B STm' B B PLATE GLASS FRONT, SPEEDOMETER AND TINENT FROM NEW YORK TO SEATTLE, J& §|| %^ Jg JL m Mm^ FIVE LARGE BRASS LAMPS FOR $1090 DE- OVER SAND, ROCKS AND SNOW. LIVERED TO ANY TOWN IN THE VALLEY. ROGER STERNS, THE STATE AGENT, DROVE THE CAR DOWN FROM LOS ANGELES THE THIRD OF THIS MONTH, AND YOU KNOW WHAT THE ROADS ARE IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. HE MADE THE TRIP FROM SAN DIEGO TO EL CENTRO IN EIGHT HOURS, MAKING SEVERAL STOPS TAKING PICTURES ALONG THE ROAD. THE TRIP WAE MADE WITHOUT THE SLIGHTEST TROUBLE. C. E. SPROUSE, Agent Imperial County, El Centro, Cal. COUNTY NOTES HOLTVILLE Holtville is getting really metropol i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

=p=7?s«aF^fillifey Press Official N«wspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro ||y ~~~ PUnLIBHEDI3VERY~BATtJUDAY ~ ffinor „\. . v.. ;;;.A ii«n K«iiy l £u*lnl*t Manager Lewis Havermale p ' SUDSCKIPTION i\\ Months '.'.'....'....,'...........'....,......... .60 ; Three Months 25 (Single Copies 05 WATCH TH : B 3U hsCRIPTI ON HAT K O N YO U R PAPER ■. ; The number of our paid circulation and rate? of advertising will be furnished on application. Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1900, at the postofflce at El Centro, California, under the act of Conpre?s of March 3, 187J>. SAN FRANCISCO'S BEST BTD. San Francisco begins preparations for holding a great expo sition by establishing an official "tenderloin district" that is to be iwide open day and night and make the city "the Paris of America." In plain English, everything that is vicious, evil and nasty in Paris is to be imitated in San Francisco and made a feature of the life ,of the city. San Franciscans say they approve th...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

nrday, April 2, 1010. THE WEATHER Max. Tern. Mln Tern. 74 45 7:'. 43 74 - 44 84 44 83 sfl 88 48 88 48 WATER IN THE RIVER |_X dally gage heights and dls- of the Colorado River nl Ina; ;W4sorra, for the week, ending lirdav. March 26, 1910. iate gage heights discharges Ifch 20 18.60 27,900 rch 21 18.40 20,800 rch 22 18.30 26,500 rch 23 18.25 25,800 KcUA'A 18.20 25,000 rfctyftVi 1 8.25 25,200 r ch J2K 18.45 ' 20,300 / FRANCIS L. SELLEW, \\ m Project Engineer. VITAL RECORD MARRIAGES fftice-i'ebold— March 28, in San Di !o, Job T. Rice, of Imperial, and fes May Seebold, of San Diego. Mr. ice is E the firm of Rice & Franck, ■il enmeers, and Is City Engineer Flmpeai. Mrs. Rice is a niece of is. Gerge Thing, of Imperial. DEATHS VtcMvien — March 22, at the home R. SjWightman, Brawley, the in lt dachter of Mr. and Mrs. James ;Mullo, of El Paso, Texas. Mrs. [Mullo, with her infant, was vis ig at the home of her parents; the ghtmns, when the child was strick with.ts fatal illness. CASE t. T.H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

6 DEATH OF MRS. J. F. TOUT Community Saddened by Passing of One of Imperial Valley's Pioneer Women. Mrs. Ida Tout, wife of Judge J. P. Tout, died At her home In El Centro on Sunday, March 26, after sin illness of only a few days. Her illness wns not considered serious until within a short time before her death. Mrs. Tout leaes a family of four children and was the step mother of Oils B. Tout, editor of the Calexico Chronicle, and Miss Abbie Tout, of this city. She was in her forty- sixth year. Mrs. Tout was one of the best-known women in Imperial Valley. She was married to J. F. Tout in Great Bend, Kansas, seventeen years ago, and lat er they came to California and were early settlers in Imperial Valley. Her husband was pastor of the Christian Cnurch at Imperial, the first church in ImpeHal Valley, and soon after the founding of El Centro they moved to this city, and Mrs. Tout for some time engaged in the millinery business here. She was always active in church work, and until a sho...

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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

urday, April t, 1910. CONTEST NOTICE of The Interior, United States And Offlc«, Los Angeles, California, bruary 21, 1910 ? $A sufficient contest affidavit having J«en filed In this office by Marlus Nielsen, Wntostant, against Homestead Entry No. (0541, Serial No. (03552), made April 20, UPf SW. quarter of NR quarter and 4. >half of NB quarter Section 9, Town |M» Id 8., liange 13 E., Sari IJernardino bBL 1 . 1 "."' " ow described according to tlin MHJsurviy of said Township as Tract gMT3 In Twp. 16 S., H. 13 X., 8. B. M. is^P*ns Nellaen, Contestee, In which it i^HJ'eged, that said Hans Nielsen died ,jß r al) out the 21st day of November, -.ml tliat said Hans Niolflo.n w;m a na gl if Denmark and a naturalised cltl- L^-fl f the United States and on un- MMjj'g'l man; that tho only heirs of fluid SJHliNlolapn are thn following: «)lo Nlol '^m V«tergaard, a brother, age about 47 |^B at Copenhagen, Denmark; S|| ; v' elsen « a sister, age 40 yoars, re- Vil ' l t Copenhagen, Denmark; Sentu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 2 April 1910

8 CLEAR LIST FOR PATENTS Agtnt Satterwhite Gives Notice on Twenty-Three Desert Land To Whom it May Concern': Notice is hereby givon Unit 1 will clear list for patenllng tnc following); ascribed desert land entries in the Imperial Valley of California, oil and uftor April 10, 1910. If the Issuance j of patents to t!n> entry-meti In ques tion will prejudice the lawful rights of any odvorse claimant or claimants, or if any person has reason to believe that the law under which the several entries have been ninde has not been complied with, auch person will flic' with me on or before April 10. 1010. their objections In full, in order that the same may be carefully considered and the Issuance of patent suspended, provided it is found on investigation that the lawful rights of adverse claim ant will be prejudiced, or the law has not been compiled with: Paniel S. Elder, Bniwley. Cal.— Trnot 59, r. 13 S.. K. IS E. IHirs or F. A. Fender, Waltaburg.Wash. — iraei 107, r. 15 S.; R. 16 E. Albe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 April 1910

Imperial Valley Press. VOL. X. VALLEY CANAL SYSTEM MAY BE SAFEGUARDED Judge Cole Authorizes Receiver to Expend Money for Necessary Work Supreme Court Removes Obstruction Interposed By Boaz Duncan, and I , Judge Cole Brushes Aside Another \ Attempt .to Hold Up Protective Work on Levees and Canals. The alternative writ of prohibition, suspending the authority of the re ceiver of the C. D. Company to have work done on the canal system or to issue certificates, and delaying decis ion by Judge Cole on the petition of Boaz Duncan and others to have the appointment of a receiver set aside, was dismissed last Monday by the Supreme Court. Duncan and the oth er intervenors anticipated such dis position of the matter and had pre pared affidavits in support of a motion for change of venue, and on Tuesday they served notice on Judge Cole that the motion would be made in court on April 22. They profess to have dis covered incompetency of the court to try the case impartially after having appeared...

Publication Title: Imperial Valley Press
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Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 April 1910

VALLEY POST ORGANIZED ! 6r«nd Army of the Republic Now Represented by Local Society, and Woman's Relief Corps to Follow. Imperial Valley Post of the Grand Army of the Republic was instituted at Imperial last Saturday by Depart ment Commander Daubenapeck, of los Angelea. Thirteen veterans re siding In Imperial Valley form the or ganization, and it is believed the mem bership will be swelled at least to twenty-five this spring. The installation of the Post, was a public affair. The Department. Com mander was assisted by Rev. P. H. Wales, a Post Commander. Invoca- 1 thin was offered by Rev. K. M. Rogers rector of the Episcopal churches of the SffSlley; Miss Jean Sloan sang "The j|||ir Spangled Banner" and Rev. J. E. rakjll sang "Tenting on the Old Camp P«round." Addresses were made by Mr. Rogers, Mr: Bell, E. F. Howe and Commander D. Daubenspeck. ; A call has been issued for a meet ing at the rest room in Imperial this I Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock to or ganize .a Woman's Relief Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 April 1910

Saturday, April 9, 1910. COUNTY NOTES BRAWLEY. A castle of the Knights of Pythias Is to be organized at Urawley this spring. * * * A garbage wagon has been put on a regular collection route in IJrawley's residence district. * * * A Kizer, of IJrawley, has been giv en the contract for erecting four houses at Westmoreland. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Van Valley, of Marietta, Ohio, are guests of their daughter, Mrs. Jerome Akin. * * * C. N. Stahl has plans prepared for the erection of a bungalow on J street opposite the Schlndler residence. * # # A Christian Church is to be organ ized in Brawley by Rev. Sumner T. Martin. Fifty charter members will be enrolled. * * * The Brawley Republican Club has endorsed County Supervisor George Wade as a candidate to succeed him •self in the fourth supervisoral dis trict. # * * The J. W. Kenton building has been purchased by Charles N. Stahl for an eastern client who will hold it as an investment. The purchase price was hi the neighborhood of $8000 * #...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Imperial Valley press. — 9 April 1910

JimpeHal Valley Press Official Newspaper of Imperial County and City of El Centro PUDLIBHED EVERY SATURDAY Editor Allen Kell> Butinet. Manager Lewie Havermale 7~~~~~ SUBSCRIPTION ~~ VD6 lOftl MltMtl,«l«IIMIM1lll«*ll*lll,MIIIMMI|l*ll||||ttlltlltll f 1 .UU Blx Months 50 Three Months 25 Blngle Copies 05 WATCH THE SUBSCRIPTION DATE ON YOUR PAPER The number of our paid circulation and rates of advertising will be furnished on application. ~ ■■;■• Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1906, at the postofilce at El Centro, California, under the act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Theologians do not agree concerning the efficacy of prayer and it does not become the unsanctified to presume to decide the question or even to take part in the debate, but it may be permiss ible to call attention to what appears to be evidence in the affirma tive. Last Saturday The Press prayed that Providence might see fit to endow with understanding some of the judges, who have been playing the deuce with Im...

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