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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

THE THRESHER. APRIL 6, 1917 Fascination of the Unknown. First Co-Kd: "My dear. I had the most thrilling moment of my !ife last night at the Brain Trust.' The electric lights went out unexpectedly and he kissed me—a long deiirious kiss." Second Ditto: "Who did?" First Again: "Who? I don't know who? That is why it was so thriiiing.' Kiss is a noun. More common than proper and agrees with the pronoun me. —Ex. Jenny Haii and Hayzor have been seen promenading iateiy, but if Haii were to fait wouid J. Newton—Rayzor? The windy March and April days are tine for the indoient Freshmen—they find it unnecessary to attend math, classes in order to study symmetry and proportion. Fish (on probation, pacing up and down in front of Room 103): "Please do not patronize this place; it is unfair to organized labor." Oh, bufky Senior. Freshie came in and threw down her . books, And cast at her mother the saddest of looks. Then down she felt in a faint on the fioor. And for a few hours her troubies were o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 6 April 1917

THE THRESHER, APRIL 6, 1917 ' THE BRAIN TRUST" GIVES AMUSEMENT TO GOOD AUDIENCES (Continued from Page One) tritia, btmxi attti toy, very realistic, and was :tn atitttitabie foii for the heroine. Moth Juanita and Patricia wore stunning coatnraes. iiieodote, the tte^ro cook, furnished much of tin? fun. A)i of the parts were extremity weit acted. A contpietecast of fttaracter^ follows: !'<dro, a worintianH.C. Hopkins. '20. Dn-odore. tiiocookg- J. T. iiather, Sir Hfiward iJcxter, of the Centra.) American ileu)]'<'o it. M. Roife, P. O. i'erry, Fore))iahHigHer--i"''. T. Pend- iey. '17. John tl't)an,ati engineer -C. M. Sun- ford. '17. [')ii)i[< Shertnan, at) architect in . Itar^e of work on tfte Panama (,'om- f.toy's '*i'rav<!er" Y. ^Viiito. 'IS. ]'atri<ia<,'ouway, relic of tate.iohn <now.ty, ituentiatoluanita S. Si- !"!,0=, 'li!. Juanita, niwe Pi Senator Oimedo W. I'. C'lyi'e, !\ C. t, Senator i)lmedo, cltairniau of the <on<H]';teooit railways and shipping - .! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THE THRESHER Vol.2 RICE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1917 No. 13 TEXAS WINS TRACK MEET, RICE SECOND AND A. & M. THIRD JAt KHOX. BOWKBB. HtXKBKY AX!) IHAXSK! XKW itB E STARS. Meet Hotly (ontested—<)m- Becoul Btoken—Bice Defeats A. At M. in hast Brunch of Athleti< Sports. There were three things particutariy gratifying, from the Rice viewpoint, about the trianguiar track meet of April 7, even though the victory went to the Longhorns. For the first time in the history of Rice athletics the Owis were able to defeat A. & M. on the cinder path. This was the last trench held by the Red and White, the oniy department of sport in which the Institute had proved consistency inferior. In the second place, it was a Rice man, Hardee Jackson, who was the in- dividual point winner and best aii around athiete who appeared in the meet. Jackson won eleven points, and wouid have taken more could he but have had more time to prepare. As it was the demands of basebaH took so much of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THE THRESHER, APRIL 30, 1917 RICE BREAKS EVEN WITH SOUTHWESTERN Win* Ht*t Mix to Two, But Lost-tt Sec- ond Ten to Six. worthy effort to do so, although odds are heavily against har. The score: the The two games played by Mice at Georgetown, although marred by bad weather, were, except tor a few erratic innings, good performances of the na- tional sport. The Rice players, espe- cially the pitchers, were somewhat tired by the double header with Texas just the day before the first Southwestern game, but showed up on the whole in pood style. The pitchers on both sides were a bit wild and had bad innings, tmt were steadied by the consistent wet k of the opposing out and intlelders. The lirst game on April 11, although tietd up unti) Hearty o'clock by the rttitt. was started with a rush by the !!ice batsmen, who made six runs in the in-st inning. They overwhelmed Mc- i.nrty. who was soon reptaced by Hdeus, who finniiy succeeded in calming the nttimU of hits. I'handler got the tirst itit o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THE THRESHER, APRIL 30, MM THE MCEOMAM. A large portion of the interest of the Riceonian Literary Society for the past two weeks has been centered around the banquet that is coming soon. A com- mittee has been active in arranging the detaiis of this banquet, and when it talks of the coo! shade and tempting refreshments that are going to be fea- tures of the occasion, every member is giad that he is a "Riceonian." The banquet wiii take piace about the mid- die of May at the Brazos Court. These annual banquets are always a success, and furnish a good opportunity for the members to get together and have a kind of "old acquaintance" meet- ing. The new members are waiting anxiously to take part in their first one of these Riceonian banquets, and every- one hopes to make this one more of a success than any that have gone before it. However, in planning such an enjoy- abie event, the club is not allowing itself to lose sight of its literary inter- ests. The Bnal debate is drawing near and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THt ]'HRESHhK, APRtL 3S. ]9t7 THE THRESHER AfurtniehUy periodica] pubtiahed t).v the students of the Riee institute at Houston, Texas. lettered assecond-tiHSB matter October 17. It'tti, at the postoffice at Houston. Texas. tiitdtrtiteActoi'AiarchH, 1H79. SHtStHU'HU\ HATES year il'tsittess Office, }Acadeutit- -lCc .75c ltoom)04 Administration Huiiding. KtroMKE Mtt.LiU Editor-in-Citief \LMXAXnm: Managing HdH"r m THSULEiVAX Associate Editor ;.['.j\t\i:l<mAAI, Jr....Unsitiess Manager f!. tl. 'l'J:A\'].<'it..-Ass'tl!uHint-Hs Manager i:. W. i'AT'i'EX Circuiation Manager .! )'. I'VS"\ \s;<'ti'ir. Manager XHWroXitAYKim i-;. [,)).!,Aiti) . ..AtiUc'ic Editor \s,^istants The functions of the coitege is to teach. Those students who strive to distitmuish themsches in schotarship .n-e furtiicring the teat i<ut*i<ose of the coitcge and they wiit carry her fame abroad, for the graduates' held )s the wortd. These two achteventents are atso in- dications of the interest of Htce student...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THE THRESHER, APRIL 20. 1917 NEW DESIGN FOR SHOTWELL MEDAL Will Be Chen, A* im the Past, to Bent Speaker tn Annual Debate. TEXAS WINS TRACK MEET, RICE SECOND AND A. & M, THIRD Shotweit's, in accordance with their annual custom, are offering a gold medal to the best speaker in the final debate between the literary societies. Last year this medai was won by J. Newton Rayzor, in the final contest that took place in the iatter part of the last academic year. This medai was hotiy competed for, and a good, Vigorous con test is expected this time. The new medai is of an entirety dif- ferent design from the old one. The Institute shield appears on it with two branches of olive crossed under the in signia of the school. The design is car ried out in green and old goid and is a most beautiful trophy. Shotweil's offer this medal each spring, a different de sign being struck off for each contest The firm that does this has many times in the past proven its true friendship for Rice, and beca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1917

THE*THRESHER. APRIL 30, 1917 TENN!S TEAM IS BEING ORGANIZED Rapidly Rounding Into Form Pmiet Hi- te<tion of M<. Eingie. As a result of the just recognition of tennis as a tttajor sport by the T. I. A. A. last year, Rice is organizing a -tenuis team Entry has been nta<ie in the T. I. A. A tournament at Fort Worth on May 2. and a preparatory match with the tacnity is to take place ott the 27th of April. Other contests wit) probably be aDanget) if a good showing is made on these dates. I mler the direction of Mr. i!oy Lingle a team is rapidly rounding into shape, tltrey, Marker and MeWborter are sbos. ing up satisl'actority. However, tin- ringing of the various met) has not b"en absolutely determined, since aii the tennis enthusiasts have not yet report- ed Harris and Hodge, who recently made their debut, hat'e aii the marks nt gomi [dayers ami threaten to crowd someone for a position. in eider to take care of (he men who ji< e\petted to try out for this sport, \it l.ingii ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1917

THE THRESHER Vo!. 2 RICE WSTITUTE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, MAY 4. 1917 No. 14 OWLS BREAK EVEN WiTH BAYLOR IN TWO WELL PLAYED GAMES imsr tiAMF i.oMT To JiAYHOH 3-R Second Was Won, However, l-O, in ) 4 Innings—Hice's Young Pitchers Siutw t [< Well in Both (hunes. for the first time this academic year last Wednesday. a Baylor teatn opposed Rice; the basebaii team was here for a two-game series. The games proved to he among the best Rice has ptayed this year, with the exception of a tittie amateurish work in the Wednesday en- gagement The Rice teatn on both days fielded smoothty and worked with clock- ing precision on the defense, aithough several poor piays were putted off by base runners. From the showing made by the two young pitchers used in the series, Rice certainiy bids fair to have two of the very, best in the state next year. The First Game. For eight innings it looked as though the game was all Rice's, 2-t), but a stight bobble gave Baylor the needed op- portunity and a pinch hitte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1917

THE THRESHER. MAY 4. MH THE THRESHER A fortnight!;' periodica.! puMiahed by the Mtud^nts of the Hice Institute at Houston, Texas. inttrt'd as secotnl-chtss matter October IT. ]!<!)!. nt thu postoffice tit Houston. Texas, ux<!. r t).c Act of March 3, 1879. StttSHUHATMS '. r < "I'y -10c 'w A^-rtdcntic ^'ear...... 75c 3usijn:ss OH tec. Hoax* tut Adot'n'st'ation iiuUiHtts. ;i'< j HXH .\) n.) ,tS Editor-in-Chief Ai.l'.^ A XI) tat Ai.-manin^ Hditor :! Til St'tJJVAX AssocitKe Mditor )'. It'. UK!) AM, .)t....]iusitu:ss Manager )). Ti; \\i,<i):...Ans't iiustness Manager i:. s\ !'S,'i'TU\ cit'ttiiation Manager .'. t' As.<') ('ir. ^ianagcr .!. \i:\\'T'.h\ HAYK"H A^Metle HJitor I; ) AssistanLg HHIMbl'JY i STA t-'t-' HEt'OHTEKS. )-! ,\K w nri'Atvin; iit.si'.irrtt now)-: .I.].AA!\): HUTHHAtJUiiHHTY ,\i. m i'ti ...'A.\IH.!.HAYA<_;(.!A^iA\' ! T ).'. '. T'H:H EUAX^m EtMJTH EDITORIAL )'i!i }ti-iwt thi'<r-t' years now the war tin- )««-)) going f."i its Hurope. At Hrst !! svas r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1917

THE THRESHER, MAY 4, 1917 RICE BEATS S. U. IN TWO GAMES (iatne* Were Featured by a Number of Spectacular Mays. Southwestern University went down in defeat before Rice institute in base- bait Friday afternoon by a score of 7 to 6. Both teams got an equal number of hits, but the visitors made a number of costiy errors that iost the game. Atkinson worked for Hice, and pitched steadtiy and consistency, al- though at times he couid not locate the plate. He passed six men. The Pi- rates got to him for five safe hits, two of which were home runs. Edens, mound artist for the visitors, went to pieces in a pinch and forced in a score. The game was featured by a number of spectacular plays. In the eighth in- ning York was on third and attempted to steal home. He used his head ad- mirably and would have been safe had not Chandler, the Hice catcher, inter- fered with the batter. This gave the latter his base and put the runner back to third. Another disputed decision came up during the iatter pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1917

THE THRESHER, MAY 4, !917 J?/ J%;j3ppy* Co/J Drm^ W THE Canfer&Mry' glTH the advent of sttmni^ry weather one's thirst incrcast-s, and ffoiittK drinks restmn- their Avonted popularity. Titis itas beett forcffuiiy 'i' tm.m.stralcd in tite "Canterbury Kownt" the past lew- days. Each aftemooit the room ha a twen tpa))y t-rowded wittt titose who ^eek cold refreshntents, w!to iike the refreshing ways in which they are served. [<M[i<'ious [re creants. Sherbets an<) Cold Drinks arc served ^nyhour. frotnf la. tii. on. Adetightful A )a Carte Luncheon in served at tnitiday. There is tttttsic every afternoon frotnH:45 to i ts, and witen you Utink of the "Canterbury" rentettiber it is: "A mtiet, refined attd handsome retreat. Aw;iy from fitetnrtnoi) of the busy street." t n (;n rminrtinot r ^lODEL LAUNDRY RYERS <<HH* QtJKK WtHtK *-* 1^9 * First Nationa! Bank OF HOUSTON HOUSTON, TEXAS Capita! . . $2,000,000.00 Surplus . . 400,000.00 Deposits . ! 5,000,000.00 Better looking and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1917

7 THE THRESHER Vol.2 RICE INSTfTUTE, HOUSTON, 1EXAS, MAY 23. 1917 No. M HEYWOOD ELECTED BASEBALL CAPTAIN FOR 1918 SEASON COLSTON WtLL HEAD KKXT YEAR'S TRACK TEAM. "H" Aaaociation Banquet May 5th Winds Up Moat Successful Athletic Year of Rice's History. At the annual R Association banquet on May B, the business end of matters was disposed of last at the Bender Ho- tel with the following results: E. F. Kalb, '16, was elected presi- dent to supersede H. D. Fulweiler, '17, Floyd Fouts, '18, was elected vice-presi- dent and Shirley E. Brick, '19, secre- tary. Also the captains of the baseball and track teams for next year were elected. Owen Heywoqd, '19, is the new baseball captain, in recognition of his steady playing throughout the past two years, although he will only be a Junior next year. Colston, '18, becomes the new track captain upon the basis of his past three years' work and his winning eleven points in the last meet at Waxa- hachie. The annual banquet of the Asso- ciation at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1917

THE MAY 23, 1917 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the student* of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Hntered as second-ciass matter October 17, l!Uti, at the postoffice at Houston. Texas, under the Act of March 3. 18*9. SUMSCMMTtoy HATES i'cr copy ,. lCc i'cr Academic Vear 75c Husincsa Office, Jtoom lot Administration Building. HUGKNN J. At.I'lX \Ni)i:tt... HUTU SULUVAN Editor-in-Chief ... .Mtmaeimt Mditor ..Associate Editor ' I'. ^tAHKHAM, Jr....Business Manager i!. f'ATTEN.. Ass'tUusinest) Manager !i WH1TAHHH Circulation Manager .). 1'. TVS)'.\ Cir. Manager it. M. SiHitLHY SiMONS.. ..Athletic Editor Assistant si'A i'i-' i; m-oitTEt:s. t'l: \.\'K wtHTAKHC Et^SBNTH HOWE [.. If. t.A^tAH ltUTH DAUGHEBTr (H AS. M. Bt'BO CAMiLLEWAGUAMA!-.' .) T. ItATHHit EUAXCiS i-'OOTE EDITORIAL \ \\!)A1.)SM WHJ. \()T m: TOhCH- \n;o. !; has h^en tailed to the attention of 'it" Honor Council that the chairs in tlx- physics tecture mnphitheatre are be- it)R badly marked and scarred b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1917

THE THRESHER, MAY 23, MM ILFREY AND MUNZ MAKE GOOD SHOWING Mice's First Letter Men in Tennis Give a Good Account of Themseives. In the Texas Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament at Ft. Worth on May 4. H- frey and Munz faiied to come out top winners, but nevertheless acquitted themselves very creditably, getting up to the semi-Hnals in doubles,, and Iifrey losing to B. Parks in the semi-Bnals in singles, 7-5, 6-4. Munz struck Sellers Thomas In the Hrst round of singles, 6-1, 6-3, but Thomas was then going like a whirlwind and there is no ques- tion but that he would have likewise beat B. Parks had he played him on the Hrst day. Parks, who is from T. C. U., beat him out on the second day, 6-4. 6-2, only because he had given all he had the Arst day, having practiced only three days before the tournament. He was the sensational bear on the Hrst day, and has no doubt the best tennis ability of any man in the State. He was just stale on the second day, and this gave B. Parks his chance to "c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 May 1917

THM THRESHER, MAY A MM SOPHS GAVE DANCE TO MEN LEAVING On Friday evening, May 4, the Sopho- more ctiiHK entertained with a dance in compliment to the Riee men who were leaving for Leon Springs. Flags and bunting transformed the commons, in the dining hail, an enormous Hag hung from the beams, reaching across the tong room, and draped in fan-like fash- ion at one end. Silken standards of the State of Texas, and of ltice, were hung on the side walls. Martial looking muskets were crossed over each light bracket and stacked at intervals along the wait. Old Glory was again featured in the decoration of the reception hall. At midnight, t)r. Lovett delivered a short out touching farewell address to the men who were joining the colors, tie pointed out that more students were b-aving Rice at their country's call than had been enroiied in 1913. He called attention to the sacrifices they were making and to the pride with which Rice saw them go, and expressed con- thieme that these men, althoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THRESHER Vol. 2 MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, JUNE 11, 1917 No. 16 RICE HAS HAD MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON DURING YEAR 191617 !N FIVE SHORT YEARS MCE HAS ATTAINED TO ATHLETIC SV- PREMACYIX THE STATE. Hasebatt Season Especially Shows Im- provement Over Last Yea), and Prospects for Next Year Are Very Bright. The past season has been a most successful one for Rice in the way of athletics. As an equal contender for gridiron honors and the basketball championship, with also second place in Texas intercollegiate baseball, and first place in the T. I. A. A. track meet, Rice no longer must have be- fore her superiors in Texas athletics, for'she has none. In the short time of five years. Rice has ascended the ath- letic ladder to supremacy among the older and larger schools of the State. She has acquitted herself proudly, so that now when the who-o of the Owls is heard in an enemy's camp, they grow wary and fear it as an ill- omen of defeat. Who has not heard of certain of our rural neighbors s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THE THRESHER—JUNE 11, 1917 Rlce'F -Second Commencement %y Ce/e&rofed Jmprejj^e Ceremon^; Degrees Arc Con/erred (Continued from page 1.) thing I shall count upon, the thing without which neither counsel nor ac- tion wiH avail, is the unity of America —our America, united in feeling, in purpose, in its vision of duty, of opportunity and of service." And these are the things in very truth to nationalize a Nation; to unite it ''in feeiing, in purpose, in its vision of duty. of opportunity and of service." And is there not just here the true mission of the University set forth in terms as unmistakabie as if to it they had been directly and consciousiy ap- plied? The ideais of its accomplish- ment are as piainiy the inculcation of the vision of a sense of service, and through its teachings of the opportunity to serve; and it is in these ways and along these iines, that the University, more potently than atmost any other human institution whatever, must be not only the support, but the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THE THRESHER—JUNE 11. 1917 SENMRS MNE AT THE BRAZOS COURT OPEMNG EVENT OF COMMENCE- MENT WEEK WAS ENJOY. ABLE AFFAIR. Notable Feature Was Absence of Many Student* of Graduating Chws Who Answered Call to Colors. The Rrat of numerous events that marked commencement week for the second graduating class of Rice Insti- tute took place Thursday night when the members of the Senior class gath- ered at the Brazos Court for the an- nual Senior dinner. The class had been depleted by the departure of many stu- dents to join the various branches of military service, nineteen of the mem- bers being absent on this account. Re- grets were frequently expressed at the absence of friends and classmates, but the occasion was a most enjoyable one nevertheless. The dinner was an ex- ceptionally good one and contributed its part to the good cheer. John Emmett Niland was toastmaster. for the occasion and acquitted himself in a manner that brought him the con- gratulations of the entire class. He called up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 June 1917

THH THRHSHHR—JUNE 11, 1917 !,on. !:. \ H<nts!"n. T*-xas tmwMtnncHT U.S. t;(n:!-:nTi,m: !H'XT!\<: !:. A. ()TTA!,HH(A!X Y !*' !:M'HA):no!,XHYrHAXD!,H!: H. A tsAUHL i! \]:vj(Hfx t:. ('!,\H!:X('H\\\\!,THHS1,()KHY H. A. Lubbock. Tt'xas SWH'HT, HA!:^!AXL()W!UH M. A. (\\iHt<!istin<ti<m) Ttxas i. s T.S'.n I:. \ '!'. \ ,s i:. \r<-. s.wnmts !!. Tyti'i, Ttxas i:rTHsr*!j,t\.\x A. t!i"t'"tsin.\!:t]ti.) Trini<I<-. Tt x.ts \ii'--tj<:tim) ii'tnutt Out' '(^I'amh !'a :;"."wh<[. withsw^t<t<)ig!iity. sfems Njniffft Senior nit'!. Asut't'cuicfot' i!i< ' She can sins, site can ^'ic . ami acting's her lot't'^. Miint't liill" came ftotu San \nj<'l«. hut riiiiu't imiucss anyone as \sil'laiul woolly Wt-stfr'tnp)'. iit'is ii'i ami studious. Helms take!) a limmunhiouti-eititimiuem'iuKaMfitias wil ssitii his work almost to ti)p <\- '!u-ioiiof''V*i'ythingi-lst<, his only (iis- ii<ation ln'ing his work in the i\u- :i)iee!i!]aSix'iets,ol\v!iii']!!te))as))ee]i si iy...

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