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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 July 1939

Graduates And Seniors The Campus Chat l-Uv« ffcturt 890—Largest State-Supported Teachers CoH*g« in tlw UnMed Ymm of CmHwy>y> Sacvics If If THIRTEENTH YEAH NUMBER 38 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TIXAA, FRIDAY, JULY 21. I9M Z780 TELEPHONE IMS Three Faculty Members Return; 12 Visit Here ■KHHH Professors Travel Over U. 5., Europe, Alaska; Many Study Rural Power Members Meet At College Union League Plant For Manager Table Creaks (Mtr Hitrtnh As Denton County Union Doubles Assets Within The Past Fiscal Year A check of iitaff changed for the second semester this nummer at •h< College j^wu that three long term faculty member, have re- VfUlieQe « report on the July 7 8 turned front vacation* a n <1 12 9 meeting of the Texas Credit Union visiting 'earners have joined th anilliai nutting of th« Den- League, uhich was hel«l in Hour- summer ataff Seventeen of the ton c Rural Electrification ton, I)r K. L. Con rod of the Col- regular ('.ullage faculty will vara* ('imper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1039 TSo Campus Chat Ed<*.rial> Ward. Br BAY Ei)WABM Published weekly during the college year by the atu- d«nti> of the North Texas State Teachers College Kntered aa second-claw matter Decern b*i 8, IW16, ————— at the poat office at Denton. Texan, under the act THE SCOOP OF THE SEASON 8; 1#w Maybe the editor did miss the scoop of the SUBSCRIPTION BATES, DKMVKRED BY MAIL reason week before Inst. At least Harry Black One college year 11.00 accused hini of doing wo when a lead story 77 7~"~ . , . . , ~ -7777 was not carried about his sleek maroon model Advertising rate# furnished on application. Right to . decline any advertisement is reserved. Classified passing four \ehicles between Honey C rove and Ector. Band' Cast Swinging Out advertisements, 2c per word per insertion. Office Manual Arte 107 Telephon«' 1242 MKAiBKK OF TEXAS INTEBCOLLROIATE PKKSS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor Sport* Editor Society Editor Business Manag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1989 t i a North Texas Swimming Relays Held in College Pool Tonight Scott Makes Net Final* ™* Record Holders From Over State Competing In Afternoon, Tonight Minded by a group of the state's i!standing tank performers, the North Texan Swimming Relay* \ ill lie held in the College pool Ii|n afternoon and tonight under •he direction of Francis Stroup, «'■ >1 U'k«" swimming instructor. Pre- liminaries will begin at 4 o'clock this afternoon with the finals be ginning promptly at 8 o'clock to- night. One of the most spectacular in- dividual performances is expected from Jane Dillard, IH-yaar old Ft Worth girl who is the holder of the world's record in the 100-yard breast stroke event for women Miss Dillard's most recent aceom- plishments were at the Heart, of the Otarks Swimming Carnival in Springfield, Missouri, last week, She wa> the winner '>f the 50-yard and the 100-yard breast stroke ivents. ^ outhful Star Sharing the spotligh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 21 July 1939

PAGE FOUR CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1989 Off the Campus H'ith the Exes by Virginia Paty LyU Ex-$tu4*nt From "Wuthering Heights", T Film Beint as curious as the proverb- ial feline, w have boen scooping into mwi concerning the girl you knaw last year, the fellow you und to eat with . . we've checked up on the damage done by June with h r annua) toll on the bache- lor rank* , , and eavesdropp<-d on camp, where she it riding instruc- tor . . Dr. Daniel Cupid by dint of some overtime work ha* conferred •core* of Mra. degraas this sum- mer and N T exe* are right at the head of his class, . . Two North Sunday Miss Clara Harthold, daughter of Mi. and Mri. A. F. Barth.dd, became the bride of Earl Stennis Lyle of I>>ngview Sunday morning at t :jn in the First Baptist Church, when Rev. Ray Summers, pastor Texans, Wayne Hogue of Den tori of the Sycamore Heights Church new contra-ts tucked away after ®nd Frieda Ruth Reynolds of Can- in Fort Worth, read the ring cere-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 July 1939

More Girls Here Than Boys The Campus Chat 1890——Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 THIRTEENTH YEAH NIJMHEK 10 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 19M Z730 TELEPHONE 1MB T. C. Host to Members srf#ty Dir#et#r Of Denton County RE A Dr. H. J. stack Boy Chemist Mak«* Exf>«rim«nu Mental Health Education U- Executive Officers Voted; Members Hear Mrs. Dora B. Haine? K. M. Faught of Argyle, E. M Rasor of Piano, unil (Jus K. Kgan of Kruni were re-elected us the executive officers of the Denton County Rural (Electrification Co operative at its annua! meeting held in (he main auditorium of 'he College Tuesday afternoon. Faught and Manor, who have one ^vear left in their unexpired term on the Cooperative'* board of ili rectors, were re-named for the post* of president and vice-presi- dent respectively. Kgan, retiring in em her of the board, was re-elect ed both on th«> board and in the office of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 July 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JXTY 28. 1 WW The Campus Chat Edtitorial) Ward* By RAY EDWARD8 Published weekly during th« collage year by the stu- dents of the North Texas State Teacher* College Entered as second-cm;-* matter Decern bei 8, ItUfl at the post office at Denton, Texan, undn ibi act A RARE PROFESSION INDEED of March a, is?&. ^ practically all editors do at some time Co~e()ibe(t? hy I. tk'h . MI lhf>m Being Modern Manner* for Modern Misses In ColUf* Show This Col lag lata World M BSt RIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One wBui year $1.00 Advei Using rate* furnished on application Right to decline any advertisement advrti—menu, 2c per word or other, the Chat editor was reading copy with eyelids at half mast one day last week. The story was on conservation. Persons in charge had announced all the (Hiamunity Radio* . . . Since we've turned thin discus -ion of etiquette into a general i« rP.ln«i riaUlii«i profession* that were represented by visitors v'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 July 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 19S9 Dallas Country Club Talcas Swimming Meet Here Friday From TBI Bonch Dallasites Take Three First Places; Denton Wins One First Place Thr Dallas Country Club tankers dominated the flr t North Texan Swimming Kelay# here IhkI Friday night by copping three first places <( the mx relay events In-fore all estimated crowd of 1,000 >ersons Fort Worth YMCA took i«n first places, and the 1 teuton aggregation the other. The only firwt place that the North Ti-xanx garnered wan th>- 200-yard breast stroke relay. In this event Bohhy Blair, John Wil- lard, and Boh Gentry carried the colors of the local |>ool to victory. Fancy Knns 1'erforni Prohal ly the most spectacular event of the night was the fancy diving. Tommy ITmheiger of Beau- mont took first place in this event, hut only hy an uncomfortable mar- Kin over Wesley Porter of Fort Worth YMCA. Hntberger massed ! 22.H points and Porter 121.2. Jack Tolar, highly touted 12- year old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 28 July 1939

rout THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TKXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 28. 1939 Off the Campus With the Exes by Virginia Haty Government Will Akin. Mr. CM*1 * T.— Centre! C Hhm p ^ Lillian* •t our *noopmir post with club worker . . . extras on the * •*, am) it Mure (tlory for the Exe* in the took* a* though with would be w„r|d 0f «.ducation . . R. H Pin Winchel* stationed at every key- son, assistant math prof at Stephen bole they haven't a chance . . we p Austin College i* Mtrvta* a* have cnuck up on them at their dean of men during that ackool'a summer work, and the reaults are *ummer session . . . Pinnon, who •mating . . . which ifoe* to show ha* been at Austin College *tncc you just can't tell about North J H2fi. received hi* B. S. from North Taxan* . . Texas ... by way of proving the Take ex-atudent Don Martin for fame of N. T.'s musical prodigies, instance . . who ha? taken on an graduate Holland Hallowa.v whu aaaistant roach at Matador High recently elected U> nerve in the School, where he has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 August 1939

Temperature The Campus Chat 19 tO—Larf««t State-Supported TeeeKert C h|> fa H MM iMw $9 Y—n «f Cewtiiiym Service—It If Too NfK! THIRTEENTH YEAR NUMBER 12 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAg, FRIDAY, AUGUST H, 1989 Z780 Pott Office 'Caught By Patrolman's WliMc Almost Ready For Business Hoofing work is Hearing comple- tion on the* new College post office tiuilding located just east of the industrial education building where • hi' greenhouse once stood. Accord- ing to " statement from President W ,1 McConnell last week, the luiilduiir will 1m opened l out Sep- timber 1. Tlx liuiMing is constructed of tile iind jfi ay brick It will have a roof .if greenish-gray asphalt "hingles, and will face east on A ve- nule \ Two public entrances, one on the south Hide anil one in front will furnish access to the I'-shaped lobby, and a single delivery en- trance, located in the west end, leads directly into the workroom. \eeording to Dixie Royil, business omnagei of the College, the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 August 1939

CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGU8T 11, 1939 THa Campus Chat U(juriai) w«4t Hr BAT Published weekly during the college year bjr the stu- dents of the North Te*as State Teacher* Collage. Entered an second-class mutter lWcmWr 8, till, at the punt iifficr at Denton, Texas, under the act COt'l.D IT BE THK HEAT? March s, i 7 Eighteen day* of luat month registered a SUBSCRIPTION RATES DELIVERED BY MAIL temperature of over KM) degrees, It might (Mm college year $1.00 haV€" ,HVn ,hrt h,'Ht «,r tfa> <W the stomach. Advertising rate# furnished on decline any sd\ ertlsement is applicatir reserved advertisements, 2< (MBce per word per insertion. Manual Art* 107 Telephone 1242 MEMHEK OF TEXAS INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION Editor Associate Editor Sport# Editor Society Editor Business Manage! Columnist# Edith McRlheny, Harry Black. Virginia Paty. Reporter* Oneta Ashley, Myrtle but some of the popcorn of O. V. Davis, Right to superintendent of shrubs and dowers on the classified...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 August 1939

CAMPUS CHAT, PBNTOH,WltPAY, AlKJOWII. i Blaine Ridtout Tiktf Fourth Placc In English Mil*. PtH Wine First Americans Win Meet Before 60,000 Fans; Rideout Off Form Blaine Rideout, touring North Texan who is now traveling ovei Kurope. finished fourth in thr mile run at th«- Whit*' City Stadium, l.otr'on, Monday. Dennis Pell of kngland- won the race in the com piiratively slow time of 4:ir>.2. That Blaine, famous in Kngland for his recent brush with Sydney Woodei-Hon, was far from hm tiHual form wa- indicated Mis attempt to pass Pell on the last lap of tin mile brought fourth a storm of iMHunir from tin do,win spectators who crowded the stadium for the Banker's llolliday track and Held hampionships. Biaine said after the rare that he ditl not ui derstand why th«- people booed him. "I was just thrown wide when I tried to pass." the Dentonite said. "I he'ird them booing hut I can't tigure out why. When 1 got en the last lap I tightened up. something •"hat never happened to me liefore H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 11 August 1939

CAMPUS GHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST U. 19M Thurman and Williams to Wadieradu#t# c,uk !'r ir*a "A ? At Bride's Homa on August 25 MNri Copp«9« And Brenholtz Announcement Made * At Lut Sunday T «: Tour of America Both F.cuHy M.mb.r, TK«m« Of Pi 0«M«a Pi Announcement of th< approach ni|r marriage of Miss Ina Loui*e Thurman to Charles C. William*, Inith members of the College far Wads En-student Of tke College . j A tour of America the theme Mi*.. Helen Shackelford. (laugh ulty. wa> made Sunday afternoon UBod and pro(rr,m ,„r „f 7. VN when Miss Thurman * mother and Shackelford of No- arrangement* at the Pi Omega cona and a graduate of the Col- sistei, Mr* J Thurman and p, initiation banquet at the Cry*- lege, and William Thomas Burn- Ulu> UbHI TUl.MMtt M «•. .> *« * * Oik tal Room «f Marquis Mall Wednes- sid were married Monday at the day evening home of Mr and Mrs. W I. How- Freda Yarbrough, president, con- ,,n' Henrietta. The Rev. J A. ducted the program and introduc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 August 1939

'! I Hope You Get e Job, Seniors The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 C.-Ji-a V vvnvvn^p f vw THIRTEFNTH YEAH NTMHKK NORTH TEXAS STATE TEA( UK US COLLEGE DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1939 j . Z780 Music Department Retains Both Bolles and Mclntire wmm TELEPHONE IMS Nine on Regular Staff And Eight Assistants Make Up Music Faculty Addition of two instructor* in music to the regular winter stiifT ■ if the music faculty ut the Col li jfi w«- announced thi> week Robert Bolles, Juiilinrd graduate and professional musician from the Fast, and John W Mclntire, for merly teacher of theory and organ in Greenville College, Greenville, III., have been retaine<l hs in jjtructon in mik in the long-term music faculty The music staff at th«> College thi.« fall will include nine regular staff members and eight student tssistants, the addition of Bolles and Mclntire marking a furthei departmental expansion w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 August 1939

PAQS TWO THK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAS, FRIDAY. AlCl'ST 18. 198ft The Campus Chat tutorial) Wenls PROGRAM OF RECITATIONS—SUMMER SESSION, 1i Published weekly during the college year by the stu- dents of the North Tex** State Teachers Colleije Entered a s«cond-clasi> matter Decern bei 8, 1916, at the poet office at Denton, Texan, undei the act of March Si, 187V My RAY EDWARDS lit HIM SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DELIVERED BY MAIL One college year fJOOI> BYE <;<H>I>IE Ami so the summer fortieth to a warm and hi l*1,ct'tu' *>IKi' Profs will stop droning and * student* will stop groaning next week. These 7 o'clock classes must be hard on the titu- Of tli ace Mr Monlvii • L C Advertising rates furnished on application Right to decline any advertisement i reserved. Classified 'i'lits, but juat thillk of t hf poor profs. They have to stay awake. Personally. I believe that we should have an honor th profs wi>t*k. Some fellow in each class should do all thr talking while the t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 August 1939

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1989 Sisco's Charges Start Grid Practice September 5 Dozen Lettermen Back * For 1939 Football Go; Captains Eagles Positions Fights On > andidates for the IW.'U Kagle f... ihull squad will launch fall tiaining September fi, according to hi murccmeiit# by T. J. Pout*, .iitilctK director of the College. fwelve lettermen from last year's • lu tdmen and an array of young •tci'M frimi the l! .'ix freshman team, which was one of the strongest cvi-r t<' represent the Col lege, are i'\p.-eted to answer the initial cali. I'his fall's Kagle grid machine, which will he captained by Leon V>.yard, husky senior from Can will have three weeks to pre- (!"• for its initial engagement I thi season, the Abilene Christian allege Wildcats in Abilene on cjitenilier 2.'I The Wildcats turned nek the Katies last year in San \ ngelo l>y a score of fi to 0. The 12 returning lettermen who in expected to carry the greatest cart of tile burden for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 18 August 1939

y *** CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TRXA8. KKIDAY. AUGUST 1*. 1WH9 Mitt Iim Le i— TKurman Prunty, Moor* L*** H.rJy--Af.in A __ LA !_J - " KTtCT- w. H. whit* W.J. <-•* Announced Sunday Several parties have been (riven «nd other* arc ncheduled to honor Mim Ins Louise Thurmnn, whom marriage to Charle* C. Williams will talre place at the home of the hride-elect Augunt 25. Entertain- ing last week wen Mr*. Marine Stafford. Mi** Caroline Ourrie, and Mia* Nellie Griffith*, member* if the College faculty, who honored Mia* Thurmon with a linen shower and lawn party at the Mary Arden Lodge last Thursday evening. Approximately 50 guest# other than the houseparty attended Yel- low and white, the chosen color* of the bride-elect, were carried out in the decoration* and menu The tea table was laid with a lace cloth and centered with feverfew and yellow gallerdiaa. Miss Lillian Part-ill presided at the table and wa* assisted in serv- ing by member* of a large house- party which included Mrs. Florine Sim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

Take Wildcat, Eagles! The Campus Chat 1890—Largest State-Supported Teachers College in the United States—49 Years of Continuous Service—1939 Heve Ync*« Pictures FOURTHKNTH VKAR NUMKKR 1 NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2li, 1939 Z730 TELEPHONE I College Organizes First All-Girl Band This Week Bain Urges All Girls Report tor Tryouts To Be Held Tonight Photographer Sneaks Into Midst of Pajama Party Gets Pictures—No Beer Pr«iid«nt McConnell Gives Welcome Yearbook Begins Taking Class Pictures Monday Slinky-satin gowned I adieu and handle-bar-moustached "gentlemen" danced to the strain of the Beer Barrel Polka recently when the girls at Marquis Mall entertained with a pajama party in the dining The Yucca s udio opens Monday, hall of the dormitory. "Sipping a few suds" at the beer • The North Texas State Teachers College All-Girl Band, the first women'* band in the history of tin College, will hold its initial organ September 25, in the College club i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

PAGE TWO THE CAM PI'S THAT. DENTON, TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1939 FREE 2 MONTHS PASS TO THE TEXAS THEATRE BOWL FOR HEALTH Your Health i> Important Nature s Best Health Builder Denton Bowling Alley OFFICIAL Yl'CCA I'HO I (M.H VI'HKK O. I'. (irandev. Owner Ike Shaw- Studio 206 W. Oak Telephone 132 0P& STUDENTS! Does your room seem dull and lifeless? — Then why not change that condition with a new radio? Russells have the new Emer- son and Stewart Warner table models that are causing a tremen- dous sensation everywhere! Think of it! ... A radio so small that it fits in the palm of your hand, and it's chuck full of style, too; with tubes specially designed to give 4- tube performance, built-in aerial, 4-inch permanic speaker and your choice of colors—But wait! . . . That s not all—It cost's you only SEVEN DOLLARS AND NINETY- FIVE CENTS ($7.95). See the many other table model radios that we will have to show you from $9.95 to $29.95, and remember your credit is good at H. M....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

Mt?5 THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 19S9 Eagles Engage Abilene Christian Saturday Sisco's Lightest Squad Helm of North Texas' Football Destinies 1 _ - Sisco's Lightest Squad Meets Strong Wildcats Liry May Keep Freshmen Out For Varsity Knee Injury May Keep Husky Eagle Captain Vineyard Out of Game With three weeks of hard train • >K behind them, Coach Juck Sinco's lt 3y Eagle gridders will journey U) Sweetwater Saturday for the %-ason opener with the strong Ahi lone Christian College Wildcats Saturday ni|£ht. Reports from Abi- lene are to the effect that the Wild- cat machine is built around twenty three returning lettermen from last year's team which whipped the North Texans 6 to 0 in San Ang< lo The Kagle* have only eleven let- terrnen but plenty of help is avail- able from the strong 1U3H fresh men and aquadmen. Several junior college transfers are also showing much promise in the F.URle camp .along with freshmen who am ell gible for varisty competiti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 September 1939

PAGE rout THE CAMPUS CHAT. DF.N'TON. TEXAS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1939 "L-J* The Campus Chat E4(itortol) Wards Editorial Office Manual Arts 107 Telephone 1242 By BAT BDWABOB Published by The Teacher* Collage Pre#* HOWDY. FRESHMAN Published weekly during the coiieg, year by the stu- Well howdy, freshman! Take oft your green dents of the North Texas State Teacher* College cap and sit down here for a while and rent Kntered an aacond-claa* matte. December *. i ic. your dogs. Purty home sick, ain't you ? Yeah, at the pout office at Durton. Texan, under the act you feel sort of green St the begin- of March 3, 18? . ning. Well, let me tell you this right now. 81'BSCRIPTIOK ItATKs DKi.iVKKED BY MAIL u little green at the beginning is noth- One college year $1 oo in^r I,ke stl" beir.g green at the end. ' Bet la-st spring when you graduated from Advertising rate* furnished on application Kiifht to high school some guy said. "This is the com- dec.'ine any advertisement is reserved. Classifie...

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