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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 May 1917

THE DAILY UISSOURIAX, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 22, 1917. Page Three SPORT The Season!. AeraRr. AU U 11 Sit IUJ Pet. .4(10 .:i7S .310 .:wj Un-lii- IS 2fi Karnifr :.r:....i.i i Dipi'"'" s 2 :t 2 Mores" - -,. 1;. j(J ,. i;UU"'c ... Stemmum '--, IoiiiiU i Ciltm-r ' . is in k is in K 21 5 1 .'-! t s ; i .1157 L'l ll 12 12 .250 S 11 S S .20S 14 IS 0 II .11)7 0 (I 0 (I .WKI 1 0 1 U .(XX) OUt'IlH -j .,, .Mi-.MI11.IH .; Kiiey : i;c-llns - " Post mortem dope on the Hvcst team that ever graced the green for Mis souri is now in order. The main top ic in the obituary conversation is why the final game was lost. Over-confidence is the cause of the eleventh hour slump of the Tigers, according to some of the wiseacres, but Director C. U Brewer is springing an unexpected play by saying that they're all wrong. It was just the other way, according to the coach. The Tigers were on edge toward the end of the schedule, under the strain of carrying the clean record- and the anxiety to finish with faultless pe...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 22 May 1917

tea tel f t 11 y 1 r PigeFoHr AMERICAN The large picture shows a pari of a Yale section serrfng on the So nunc front. The upper of the small pictures slums ambulances caring for the Messes (Mounded) at a field hospital. The lower is a scene, slum Intr the loading of a transport train for Paris. ALUMNUS WRITES OF SERVICE J. K. Saunders Shows eed for Ambn Iance Units in France. Some idea of the need for just such a unit as the University of Missouri Ambulance corps will be is given in a recent letter from J. K. Saunders, former Missouri student, to H. H. Kin yon, alumni secretary. Saunders has been at the front since last Septem ber having resigned a position with the Royal Indemnity Company of New ll. lo gut m iuc amUUUUu ..,.. The letter, which, like so many of T AY 4 A iAi 4 1 A A w 11 A Vtnft. fsfAf the letters received from the French war zone is dated "Somewhere in France" was printed in the Alumnus of January 16. It follows: "Because of the need of men to serve In the field for...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1917. NUMBER 224 . U JILL ANNOUNCE ITS Statement to Answer Russian Slogan, "No Annexation, No Indemnity." IN LINE WITH ALLIES Government Would Return Alsace-Lorraine and Re store Small Nations. By United Pres WASHINGTON", May 23. The Unit ed States Government plans before long to make a formal statement of its attitude toward the Russian osldiers' and workmen's slogan "No annexa tion, no indemnity." This statement, whilenot yet revealed, will doubtless take a similar form to that of French Minister Ribot's statement in Paris. The State Department let it be known officially today that it "sympa thizes with Ribot's remarks." "This means, judging from the French Pre mier's statement, that the United States favors the return of Alsace Lorraine to France and restoration and indemnity for all small nations, including Belgium. The American statement will be an individual pronouncement, though it will be in general a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

& P B7 g P r i. Si sri sN f ?4 91 J t i ril y L"I M' ir i 1 I j & (I lit tl r v i Page Two r if i , m F".lF n JAPAN'S PART IN WAR HAS BEfpCTIVE Island Empire Contributes Her Full Share to Cause of Allies. ON GUARD IN EAST Money and Supplies Have Been Furnished in Great Quantities. Aside from the spectacular capture of Tsingtau from the Germans shortly after the war began, the part Japan has played in the great conflict has not attracted so much attention as the land and sea engagements of oth er allies, yet to those who have fol lowed events in the Far East, it is evident that Japan has done her full share in hastening the time of final victory. A writer in the New York Evening Post recently gave an inter esting survey of the war operations of the Empire and what she has ac complished for the countries with which the United States has cast her lot. This writer says: "During the early stages of the war Japan's part was to assist in patrol ling and guarding the water of East A...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

n THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, WEDNESDAY EYENING, MAY 23, 1917. PafeTkn j.t COMMENT ON JOURNALISM.WEEK Week a Decided Success. From the Moberly Dally Index The last week has been "Journal ism Week 1917" at Columbia and members of the newspaper fraternity have traveled to the "Athens of Mis souri" to talk shop, meet friends and acquaintances, listen to the excellent addresses on live topics of interest to the newspaper men, and to attend the "Made-in-Japan" banquet. The whole program was a decided success and of much help to everyone who attended. The most interesting event of the whole week was the announcement by Dean Williams of the School of Journalism of the Missouri State University that this school would nresent a loving cup to the newspa per in Missouri which did the mosf for the upbuilding of citizenship in the community in which it served during the year 191S. Itutuitiet u Significant Kvent. From the Mexico (Mo.) Evening Ledser The Made-in-Japan banquet, which closed the Journalis...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

THE DAILY MISS0UBIA5, WEDNESDAY EVE5IKG, MAY 23, M17. s - s. - "- H m3, . t 5-ld I "L J f! 0 " 4- Ml i m s?r- fe I if. II-- y P Irv THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published every evrnlnr (except Saturday and Sunday) aad Sunday mornlDZ by The MUsourian Association, Incorporat rd, Colombia, Mo. Address alt communications to THE DAILY MISSODltlAN Colombia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Building. Downstairs Phones: Business 63; Xews 274. Entered as the postofflce, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, 51.00; month, 3j ceuts; copy, 5 cents. By mail In Boone County: Year, 53.00; C months, $1.75; 3 months, 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, 51.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Itepresentatlves, Carinter-Scheerer Co.. rirth Avenue Building, New York; l'eoples Gas Build ing, Chicago. JCXE FIFTH The President has set June 5 for the day of registration. It is the day when every eligible citizen of the United States must come before the government a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

THE DAILY -MISSOURI A, WEDNESDAY EYESISC, MAY 23, 1917. Age Fire 1917 SAVITARS WILL BE HEREIN 3 DAYS first 500 Copies May Be Ready for Distribution Sometime Tomorrow. VN BOOK HAS 524 PAGES Bob Simpson Given Most Individual Attention 2 Tons of Paper Used. The 1017 Savitar is off the presses and will be in Columbia within the nest three days. While the exact date of publication cannot be an nounced just yet. it is hoped to have the first fie hundred books ready lor issuance at the Missouri store, Sav itar Headquarters, sometime tomor row. The staff has been assured -that all of the books will be here by Sat urday. The Savitar this year contains 524 pages, including the largest athletic and beauty sections ever used in a University of Missouri yearbook. Two tons of paper were used in the entire . edition, the stock used this year be f ing much heavier than that of any previous issue. The beauty section contains three pictures of each of the six queens chosen at an election early in Feb...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 23 May 1917

f f??8 "" '5"-''' . v HEW 1i"SS,5"154 v"-"i .-.' - ft v ..-".-- "- ' ' '- '- , "- ' J - n fell lJ I: I i Page Six THE DAILY MISS0UBL4X, WEDNESDAY EYESIXG, MAY 23, 1917. For the Children of Belgium. The fund for helping the starving children of Belgium will close Sat urday night, -May 26. This appeal is made to all good citizens of Columbia and Boone County to help this fund by sending contributions for any amount to any member of the com mittee whose names are signed be low, or to leave contribution at the Columbia Savings Bank. Twelve dol lars will give one child a second meal a day for one year. All contributions are guaranteed to reach the Belgium Children's Relief Fund without any loss. MRS. H. II. BANKS, MRS. STANLEY SMITH, MRS. F. G. NIFONG. MISS SALLIE BEDFORD, MISS FRANCES MITCHELL. BROADWAY ODEON THE LITTLE HOUSE WITH THE BIG SHOW TODAY AND THURSDAY Ethel Clayton and Tom Moore in "Dollars and Women." 6 Reels. This picture is based on Albert Terhune's "Dollars And Sense." Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 May 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR IMS' BIG DRIVE NET! Capture of Strong Austrian Positions Follows Long Bombardment. AIR RAID IS MADE Zeppelins Kill One Man in Norfolk County, Eng land French Gain. By United Press ROME, May 24. After ten hours of terrific bombardment, Italian attack ing forces progressed through the strongly organized Austrian line in the Carso region, capturing Jamiand and taking 9,000 prisoners ,the official war statement today announced. The report said 130 aeroplanes par ticipated in the fighting and that fire from ten British artillery batteries aid ed the Italians. Zeppelin Raid Does Slight Damage. Bj United Tress LONDON, May 24. Four or five German airships raided the eastern coast of England last night, dropping bombs and killing one man in a Nor folk village, Lord French, home com mander, reported today. All the bombs fell on country dis tricts. The damage was declared "negligible." The airships approached the coast shortly before midnight. Lord French's stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 May 1917

I tr fr fe I m Pare Two THE DAILY MISSOUBLVX, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN FublUbrd every err nine (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The MigBourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo. Address nil communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Iluilillnp, Downstairs Phones: Iiuslness K; News 274. Entered as the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. City: Year, $3.50; 3 months, J1.00; month, So cents; copy, 5 cents. By mall In Boone County: Year, $3 00; C months, S1.73; 3 months. 90 cents. Outside of Boone County: Year, $4.00; 3 months, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Representatives, Carpenter-Scheerer Co., Firth Avenue Building, New York; Peoples Gas Build ing, Chicago. HELLO, SUMMER! Don't be backward in recognizing the advent ot summer as reflected in your attire. Of course the firbt brave straw-hatted person and the first dare-devil who dons his new (or old) Palm Beach must withsta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 May 1917

ft e I THE DAILY MISSOURIAy, THUBSDAY EVENING, MAY 2i, 1917. gagelto f N PLAN IS INCOMPLETE FOR STEWART BRIDGE Councilmen Believe Con crete Structure Would Save Money to City. MAY BUILD ONE SPAN Present Body Thinks of Put ting In 150-Foot Approach at East End. It is probable that Columbia will at some time have a concrete structure to take the place of the present Stew art Road bridge. This plan is under consideration by Mayor J. E. Boggs and the City Council, which, with the city engineer, was out yesterday aft ernoon looking over the condemned bridge and making plans for its re pair. Plans for its redemption are indef inite. It seemed to be the opinion of all present, however, that the city would save money in the long run by erecting a structure which would be safe and permanent and which would not be a continual expense for re pairs and a menace to the traveler's safety. The plan that seemed to meet with the most favorable comment was that of rebuilding the entire 150 foot ap pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 24 May 1917

11 51 P- Page For THE DAILY MISSOUBUN, THDBSDAY ETENiyG, MAY 2i, 1917. pc f I : r t it. 4 - tr i 1- COUNCIL OF DEFENSE Tl SUPPLY LABORERS Department of Agriculture Sends Man Here to As sist in Work. $100,000 IS. NEEDED Financing of Work Must De pend on Contributions, Says Dean Mumford. "With the arrival in Columbia yes terday of Harry H. Clark from the farm management office of the De partment of Agriculture, Washing ton, D. C, the organization of the Missouri State Council of Defense for handling the farm labor prob lem was completed. Preparation for the work of supplying the farmers of the state with help has been under way for the last two weeks. The co operation of the United States Gov ernment was definitely established with the arrival of Mr. Clark, who began his work today. Mr. Clark will work with the farm labor sub-committee appointed by V. H. Lewis, state commissioner of labor at Jefferson City and chairman of the central labor committee of the Council of Defense. Surrey o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

j-HflHHHHHBHHHHHfl " IBMSBBHHIBBHI HBpBKBB8JpiilBBpBHBHBjBB V THE DAILY MISSOURIAN i NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1917. SIX PAGES NUMBER 226 U. S. FORCE EN ACTION AL Section 1 of Munition Trans port Service Rush Am munition to French. NO MAJOR ACTION German Attacks Repulsed Vienna Reports Austria Checks Italians. By United Press TRAINING CAMPS OP THE AMER ICAN FIELD SERVICE. SOME WHERE IN FRANCE, May 25. Amer ica's first armed force began active service at the front today. It was sec tion 1 of the Munitions Transport Service. Its forty odd young Ameri cans left the training camp last night Today they are hurrying ammunition to French fighters at the front. Simultaneously with the departure of Section 1, Sections 2 and 3 arrived in camp. Most of section 2 is made up of Andover College men and they will enter active service next week. Two weeks hence Dartmouth, Yale, Har vard, Johns Hopkins, Chicago and Williams men in Unit No. 3 will be in the work. Active F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

,r && z&mm?jgq!fg!regs&-f. j "? j'jimimii'M,mm pg3Bafl5fWFS(pSpR55RpraF!l PBStS" -- 1 THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 35, 1917. Page Two mtmmisisssKKSKB?9 . - V TW'JjgM, 'i'JUlL i f """ "F,r-w "3 TO LEAD 1918 NINE the broad jump. Had Pittam, who is expected to place in the high jump and run in the relay, left today for Ames, after taking his examinations. CljuV H. MusliiT, Winner of Three M's This T-nr. Sumliiy's (Jame to He Tiger Against Tiger. When the Centralia Braves meet the Columbia Browns Sunday afternoon at the Fairgrounds, it will be Tiger against Tiger. Giltner is slated to pitch for Centralia, leaders of the Central Missouri League, and Stexn mons will uphold the moundsman's duties for the home team. McMillan, captain of the 1917 Tigers, Davis, a former Tiger. Owens, Slusher. Rut ledge and Dennis are other M men who will aid Stemmons in his duel with Giltner. "King" Dippold and Morgan will take sides with Giltner. SPORT Yesterday afternoon the Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

s I , . THE DAILY 3IISS0URIAX, FRIDAY EVENING, 3f AY 25, 1917. P8 Tkrrt Of IIIIUTO nniPTIPil ITU A TAPANESE GARDEN FAMI CR01's MPROYE GREATLY I Alfalfa is especially promising in lidlv na,i ,i ifl,, it win Jft nAH ornHbiiUflL i JAPANESE GARDEN IN HOI ECONOMICS Miss Louise Stanley Says Too Many Department Graduates Teach. BUREAU WOULD HELP Difficulty of Getting Posi tions and sufficient Train ing Is Trouble. That too many students of home economics teach instead of using their training in other practical ways, is the opinion of Miss Louise Stan ley of the home economics department expressed in her vocational talk to University women yesterday. This fact is due, she says, to the present inability of colleges to give enough practical work and scientific training and to secure positions for those who have the needed training. Miss Stanley believes that the Uni versity should furnish a vocational guidance bureau in the department of psychology which would determine what sort of work ever...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

KS-s- . " rc , .-"-vp- "w, -7Tns '-?3-' p--v Kg 1! Pago Four THE DAILY 3IISS0URIAN, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1917. THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Publlfclirtl rirry evening (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The Mifcfcourlan Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Ho. Addrc-s all communications to THE DAILY MISSOUKIAX Columbia, Missouri. Office. Virginia Ilulldlnp. Downstairs l'liones: ltuslness X; News 274. Entered as the postofflce, Columbia, Mo. as second-class mall. City: Year, S3.30; 3 montbs, $1.00; month, 35 cents; copy, 3 cents. It y mail in Ifoone County: Year, ?3 00; G montbs, $1.75; 3 montbs, 00 cents. Outside of Itoone County: Year, $4.00; 3 montbs, $1.20; month, 40 cents. National Advertising Itepreseutathes, Carpenter-Scbi-erer Co.. Firth Avenue lSulIilinjr, New York; Peoples Gas llulld lug, Chicago. COM.NEXCE.MENT The commencement exercises of the University of Missouri this year are especially significant, in view of pres ent national and international condi tions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

AiBUL ANCE IN GO m DURATION Telegram Says Missouri LTnits Cannot Enlist for Six Months. MUST RAISE FUNDS V Accepted Members Will Canvass Faculty and Stu dents for Support. Enlistment in the American Ambu lance Field Service must be for the duration of the war, according to a telegram received by the University Organization Committee this morn ing. This action, however, will have little effect on the University of Mis souri units, for almost every man ex pressed himself as being desirous of going for the duration of the Avar. The thirty-eight men who have al ready applied for passports will go for the entire period of the European struggle unless they inform the Com mittee on Organization that their de cision is otherwise. The men interested in the ambu lance work met in the Engineering Huilding last night and decided on a financial campaign among the faculty members and students. Each man was given a list of ten faculty mem bers and fifty students. Many mem bers of the faculty and s...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 25 May 1917

Page Six THE DAILY MISSOURIAX, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1917. ROGERS GROCERY Fancy SataCIare Prunes Large, 40 to 50 to f ff- ib. . . - IOC Evaporated Peaches Fancy bright ner 4 J" g stock, lb. IvC Extra Fancy Peeled Peaches 25c kind PZiigh 3 lbs. for - - - 3UC Extra Fancy Moore-Park frcw: . - 25c Canned Corn in Best Grades Webb's CreamjJA Corn, 3 cans for - 9UI Richelieu Cream Corn Maine Pack 3 cans for - - 50c Pearly Grain ' Corn, a cob cut corn packed by the Richelieu people, can 15c Pinto and Pink Beans, lb. - - Michigan Hand Picked Navy Beans for eat- OAa ing or planting, lb. - ij New Queen Olives on sale at old time prices Atgk quart, V Have a dish of Olives on the tabic all the time. The more you eat the less meat you will buy. These Olives will keep all summer; buy all you will need. 15c 15c 25c Hormel's Breakfast Bac on. Has no equal. Try 1 lb. - . - 50c Fancy New Pota- BL g toes, 3 lbs for - - 6DI0 American Lady Cob Cut Corn, can American Bud Corn, 2 cans 3 Large Bunches fg ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 May 1917

THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR- COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 1917. SIX PAGES NUMBER 227 y 16 KILLED IN TEUTON E 174 Persons, Many Women and Children, Injured in Aeroplane Attack. BRITISH RETURN FIRE Royal Crafts Battle Enemy Above Channel Bloodiest Sky Fight of War. By United Tress LONDON", May 2C Death-dealing German attacks by sixteen enemy air crafts resulting in the killing and in juring of scores of women and chil dren and followed by battles in the clnude between Hritish and enemy air planes yesterday marked the blood iest air attack on England since the war's opening. Details mealed today in Admiralty and Home Defense statements place the casualties officially at 76 killed and 174 injured. Twenty-three child ren and twenty-seven women were among the dead and forty-three wom en and nineteen children among the injured. Royal Naval Air Service planes at Dunkirk called into action immediate ly swung into battle array above the Channel. Here a series of thrilling e...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 27 May 1917

I' f ft PageTw THE DAILY MISSOURIA, SUNDAY MOBXIXG, MAY 27, 1917. 10. BREAKS RECORD WTH GRADUATES List of Candidates for De grees Largest in History of Institution. CLASSES TO MEET Buckles, Mary Merle; Bull. David Morgan Burgess Flov Thompson; Burroughs, Tra ls Pollard: Butts William Gragg. Calbert, Bess; Caldnell. Freda M.ie rv.l.ln-all Xflnnln Wllfnnl. PtilHll. Allff Canada, Slas Woodson; Canuon, Cornellleid ili; Xell, Benlta; Cannon, veinia uiienoraii; -.iiiis, i i ueouor.i ; cltli Sherwood; McKInner. Margaret; Mlllan, Karl Renwick; McPherron, Bay mniid Henderson. Xnrdln, Elizabeth Gatson; Xaylor, Bes- le Mny; Aeff. John Jacob; Aelliert. 1111- w allaee .Mllllken ; etberton. newcomer, Charles Graham: Arlie Glenn: Carstarphen. James Henry; Xen kirk. I ranees Lenora: New Ion. Clar. Carter, Bessie Mvrtle; Carter, Russell Earl; WnterMrlpc; Nenlon, Homer Thomas; .11 llVlltl'll, 11UJ 1W, ..IIUUII'UII, .JUU1I 1 Jll- rlck; NIemoeller, Johanna Noland, Clifton .Mandel; Auckols, Ira Frederic...

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