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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

WELCOME. FRESHMEN A Good Place to Shop For Fresh Fruits Vegetables and Dairy Products McKEE'S MARKET "If It Grows We Have If GRAHAM and SONS (Established 1896) WELCOME THE FROSH Where the Coaches and Athletes Meet! • NEWSPAPERS • CANDY • MAGAZINES • TOBACCOS • PIPES at "State" GRAHAM'S is a tradition Welcome, Freshmen May We Help You To Satisfy Your Needs! Complete Fountain and Food Service Breakfast-Lunch-Dinner • Cameras • Confections • Vitamins • Dentrif ices • Greeting Cards • Prescriptions • Medicines • Cosmetics • Cigarettes & Pipes • Toilet Goods Competent Registered Pharmacist Always Your Service McLANAHAN'S Store Drug A Walgreen Agency Store HANK'S WATCH SHOP Watch Attachments East College Ave Watch and Jewelry Repairing Located in Hoy Drug Store Lions Win First IC4-A Outdoor Crown As Ewell Cops 3rd Triple Golf Medal Tourney Starts Summer IM's Summer semester intramural activities will get under way next w...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

SPORTING GOODS OF ALL KINDS forms - Golf - Tennis - Baseball - Swimming - Fishing Etc. I Shirts - Jackets - Hats Elc. *** CAMERAS-FILMS-PHOTO SUPPLIES ard Tables - Greeting Cards-Magaxines-Post Cards - Luggage - Hand -Trunks-Brief Cases-Bill Folds Official Gym U Penn Stale Sp< Playing Cardsbags - Gladstone HOP AT METZGERS ^< 111-115 Allen SI State College, Pa PENN STATE 1915 - SLIDE RULES -MECHAHICA Student Desk Lamps Blotter Pads Parcel Post Laundry Cases Alarm Clocks-Watches S ¦ New and Used-STUDENT SUPPLIES DRAWING MATERIALS TEXT BOOKS - B6lh Stationery With Penn Slate Seal 45c and up Fountain Pins-$1.00 to $15.00 Loose Leaf Note Books S5c to $7.50 Penn Stale -Stickers in Town and on Campus A ComrAn Expression You Can Get It At METZGERS j FRESHMEN! WELCOME T 0 PENN STATE ,rosn- CLUB BREAKFASTS LUNCHEONS DINNERS Make This the 19th Hole Meal Tickets $5.50 Value for $5.00 THE POST HOUSE State College 146 No. Atherton ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

anio at THE ALLENCREST TEA ROOM The NITTANY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING CO xtends a Hearty Welcome to the FRESHMAN GLASS Remember Us For Printing For AH Occasions Circulars Dance Programs Fraternity Papers Placards Tickets 119 S. Frazier Si Dial 48G8 mn m m Pimm Student Dramatic Society PLAYERS' shows will be your ment in State College. best entertain Working with PLAYERS can be your most-in teresting extra-curricular activity. Summer Season THE RIVALS THE LITTLE FOXES For mfoi'Thation, call at Players office in Auditorium • Competent • Efficient m Economical Shoe Repairing PENN STATE SHOE REPAIR Beaver Street Baseball Lions Beat Pitt, 12-6 Prepare To Start New Season C. C Golf Champs To Play Five Summer Matches Concluding one of ti.-e most successful seasons in the history of the Penn State "golf team, this year's Lions overcame all opposition to win the Middle Atlantic ¦title in the EIGA and came out second in the champio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

V THE AT _i • O re nc ic 9 / OPEN EVENINGS OPPOSITE MAIN GATE PHONE 2158 PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY STUDENTS HANDBOOK DRAWING KIT LAB APRON SLIDE RULE STENCILS STATIONERYPEN—PENCILS LAUNDRY CASESALARM CLOCKSDESK PADS— ENGINEERING STUDENTS DRAWING SETS—K & E DETZGEN SLIDE RULE—K & E HANDBOOKS T-SQUARE & BOARD ANGLES & CURVES PENCILS—ERASERS New and Used _ilBB31~ 112 Miles St Attention Frosh ^^w / For students win are not fraternity-minded but da- CLASS OF 1946 WELCOME State College's Headquarters for SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCTS Linoleum—Glass—Wall Paper and Decorating Painting WEBER PORTER & i 23 S. Frazier St, Dial 2793 OPEN DAILY 7 A. M. - 11 P. M KAYES KORNER • Ice Cream • Cold Meats • Dairy Products The Post Office Is Opposite Us College Blacked Out Twice In Recent Weeks Dr. Shigley Praises Student Cooperation like- appointments. Mr. and Mr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

WELCOME! FRESHMEN CO-EDS Hotel Beauty Salon Over Corner Room Cutting arid Shapering of Hah fa Specialty Dial 2286 Room 207 f _f, Y _vwB bewitch Ik 'doiiedswhs 3f AMNXMODES I1 sits Wlanv of you are wondering where vou w..l buy dresses and _accessories _whils at school. Mitchells' Dres-i _Sboope _answers /our question. The minx modi pictured : _Vjove is just on_° example of our latest and finest stylings _M9TCMELLS_" MESS SWOPPE 124 E. College Ave FRESHMAN CLASS CO-EDS 134 E. College Ave 4 _^ _«h h /* h «7 _&yr x* 1 Ax _^ t V i _^ % 4i?f ** " » f _* » /H _v_? PATERSON HOSIERY SHOP i,' Dresses and _^Accessories So appealing.. WSGA, WRA Welcome Incoming Students; Freshmen Will Elect Senator June 30 Senate Begins Its 23rd Year Twen'y-three years ago worn'•n's rules and regulations and •their enforcement were placed in the hands of the newly formed Women's Student Government Association, commonly known as WSGA....

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

Also STATIONARY CANDY SPORTING GOODS NOVELTIES BATHING CAPS Tobacco CIGARETTES AT 15c A PACK AND OTHER ITEMS AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES. ALLEN ST. NEXT TO BANK CLOCK TOILETRIES DRUG DEPARTMENT SODA AND LUNCHEONETTE CAMERA DEPARTMENT A slock representing the world's leading makers — many of ihem being handled in State College only by Rea & Derick. The newest creations to appeal to style conscious college girls are featured. An air conditioned place for a snack or a meal. Plan to eat in air conditioned comfort at prices which will save you money. A prescription department with a pharmacist always An _unusuel assortment of Eastman and Agfa films in black and white or color, better photo-finishing and expert advice on "How io Get the Most Out of Your Camera." in charge. A medicine department where you are sure io find th'_v products which you use. Let us help you to stay healthy. Greetings We greet the new students entering college with the wish ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 2 June 1942

FOR SPECIAL COMBINATION OFFER Also enter subscription tor my son or daughter Name Addres PRICES By Semesters I Mail By Carrier 2 Semesters Semester S3.25 2 $4.00 S2.25 $1.75 Semester One Mail and One Local Subscription 2 Semesters—$6.75 For Circulation Manager THE DAILY COLLEGIAN State College, Pa. Enclosed please find check for $ my subscription to THE DAILY COLLEGIAN Name Address City Social Groups Unite Coeds (Continued from Page Eleven) June 8 and end at 8 a. m., June 17. Two open houses will be scheduled during a strict silent period extending from June 23 to July 13. Free contact will be resumed with formal rushing July 13 and will end July 18. Two informal parties will be giveri'by each house during that week. Invitations for formal coffee hours to be held Saturday, July 18, will be issued Friday. Sorority women and guests _tyill be dressed _formally. A strict silent period will be in effect from 9 p. m. Friday to 5 p. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 June 1942

Cabinet Draws Up Plans For 'Victory Weekend' r___ Elections Body To Set Sr&_iSiMiM_^M Ofticer Qualifications j!j \I{ 1 PROXIES FOR PREXY—George C. McWilliams '44, recently elected junior class vice-president, will serve on All-College Cabinet in place of Harold L. Zimmerman until the Elections Committee decides the requirements for student officers who drop out during the College's Summer semester. Special plans for a five-star "Three-Way Victory Weekend" were drawn up at last night's All-College Cabinet meeting with- a four man committee from the Cabinet selected to supervise the benefit weekend. Main purpose of the "Victory Weekend" is to provide funds for scholarships for needy seniors during the December to August College terms next year. Although , no definite date has been set for the benefit, the _Cabr inet has requested the Forestry 'Society to consider the possibility of merging their dance with the All-College affair on August 1. Besides the All-College d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 June 1942

INVESTIGATE A NEW SERVICE Ask For Pink Slip Bachelor Bundle $1.39 Mllll I I I I I INN! I II II I II 6 Shirts 2 Drawers ... 2 Under Shirts 1 Pa jama Suit 6 Socks, pair 8 Hanks 32 PIECES $1.39 Strictly Cash All Items Except Those Listed Above Charged at Regular Prices PENN STATE LAUNDRY Phone 3261 20 W. Beaver Ave THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Belter Penn Stale" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State _Collection established 1904, and the Free Lance, established 1887. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during tin reirular College year by the students of 'the Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July E, 1934 «t the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act o£ March 8, 1879 . Editor „ x=aB&j_^ Bus, and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <slt W!&c> Leonard E. Bach *43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office _Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Graduate Counselor Louis H. Bel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 June 1942

The First All-College Dance f the Semester Wd Be MM Aune 20 Dancing 9-12 MUSIC BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Papei The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 5 Baseball Letter Winners Return Fourteen athletes received . awards for competition in varsity baseball last season, but only five of the lettermen are back to help Coach Joe Bedenk with his Summer campaign. Although 18 frosh received numerals, only about half that number returned to play varsity ball. Two pitchers, Warren Pyer, right-handed curve-ball ace, and Johnny Stover, have returned while George McWilliams, sole catcher on the squad, Whitey Thomas, shortstop, and Ed Tuleya, converted outfielder, are the other three letter winners back. Letters, were awarded to Fran Farris, Captain Bill Debler, Bob Perugini, Sparky Brown, Oggie Martella, Ed Tuleya, John Ebersole, Ed Sebastianelli, Whitey Thomas, Warren Pyer, George Mc-Williams, John Stover, and William S. Hill, manager. J. Pau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 3 June 1942

It's Up To YOU!! Subscribe Now To The Bigger m And Better Daily Collegian at STUDENT UNION COLLEGIAN OFFICE STUDENT SOLICITORS $3.25 FOR SUMMER AMD FALL SEMESTERS $1.75 FOR SUMMER SEMESTER Use the New Deferment Plan — Defer $1.75 to Your Fall Semester Fees and Pag Only $1.50 Down for a Two Semester Subscription Dormitories Supplement Senate Nominations Prexies To Serve In WSGA House Having added nominees to the list suggested by WSGA Senate, four Atherton Hall units and Grange Dormitory will elect officer.? at house meetings tomorrow night. 'Presidents will automatically become members of WSGA House-of Representatives. Presidential- nominees include: Atherton Hall, northwest unit—Marjorie M. Lovejoy '43, Sylvia R. Meiner '43, Sarah E. Paxton '43, Florence I. Jaffy '44, and Mary Louise Keith '44; northeast unit—Geraldine A, Custer '43, G. Alice Burwell '44, and Dorothy G. Clymer '44. Southeast unit — Evelyn J. Mages '43, Sally W. Piollet '44, and Elizabeth Senft '44; so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 June 1942

James G. White College Trustee, Benefactor. Dies Funeral services —will be conducted this afternoon for James Gilbert White, a leading benefactor of Penn State and a College trustee for the past 39 years who died Tuesday at his home in Greenwich, Conn. Mr. White, noted New York engineer, contractor, and investment banker, was 80. Originator of the John W. White scholarship funds beginning in 1914, the James A. Beaver loan fund started in 1925 and the Mary-Beaver White loan fund, begun in 1924, Mr. White's benefactions to the College total $101,920.40- The funds are valued at $51,000, $25,-920.40, and $25,000 respectively. He was also a generous contributor to the College's emergency building fund. He was graduated.from the College with a bachelor of arts degree in 1882 and secured his M.A. here in 1884. He. received the degree of Ph.D from Cornell in 1885. Mr. White was. a native of Milroy, born August 29, 1861. His parents were the Rev. J. W. and Mary Beaver White, for whom the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 June 1942

J.J. J. ^*. «<_v* Ui*- JLU INVESTIGATE A NEW SfMICE Ask For Pink Slip j-*-t< t . ¦!-**•* "rt*»n"f _<Wi#_-»*<W- i '* AJM_* »•*< Bachelor Bundle $1.39 mill 11 11 ¦ i MINI i ii i ii 11 6 Shirts 2 Drawers .- .. 2 Under Shirts 1 Pa jama Suit § Socks, pair 8 Hanks M " 32 PIECES $1.39 Strictly Qai6h All Items _Except Those Listed Above Charged at Regular Prices _T«*u 4m* «*i.. _j>_fcl_^t>Ui:KJ . >,-,, _*' U -. J ' viA_". .0 _* • T* t_^_. PENN STATE LAUNDRY P/io/ie 8261 320 W. Beaver Ave THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" , , Bitablished 1040. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _cotablished 1904, and the Free Lance, established. 1887, Published daily except Sunday and Monday during _, thi regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania Slate College. Entered as second-class matter July 5, 1934 •it the Post-ofCico at State College, Pa., under the act ol March 8, 1879. Editor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 June 1942

you want cnsp toast that fairly melts in your mouth this is the loaf for you. MORNING STAR. TRUWHEAT PURITY BREAD and TROPHY WINNER CAKE The Annual Collegian Dance WittK MM Anne 20 Dancing 9-12 MUSIC BY THE CAMPUS 0W1S Free to _Subscribers of Your _Papei The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE TODAY! j;fi«. c*_Ji_. '*.ff _cilP_._WW*t***i-_*r Pf Nf4 STAf 1 CLASS RINdS L. G. Balfour _Cd. 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop -_&-+id'&>* M»>. >^ -+f, >.*.>* _j^^. . _-_*-»* _1_.J -t _* j.w_**~t±\i- ;U,n-u*w---i it-i v_^aint Ewell Aims Af 21-Year Old 200-Yard Record In RocHesler Meei Barney Ewell will try to garner another record to add to his string when he takes part in a special invitation 200-yard dash at the Rochester championship meet of section 5 of the New York Public High School Athletic Association. The meet will be directed by Bill Cox, former State, distance star and a member of the Olympic team. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 4 June 1942

Its Up To YOU!! Subscribe Now To The Biggm And Better Daily Collegian at STUDENT UNION COLLEGIAN OFFICE STUDENT SOLICITORS $3.25 FOR SUMMER ADD FALL SEMESTERS $1.75 FOR SUMMER SEMESTER Use the New Deferment Plan — Defer $1.75 to Your Fall Semester Fees and Pay Only $1.50 Down for a Two Semester Subscription Seriate Appoints Steiner, Drumm To WSGA Judicial Honorary Announces Pledging Exercises Louise Homer Club, women's music honorary, will hold pledging exercises at the Delta Gamma house at 7:30. p. m. Tuesday, according to Elizabeth E. Munroe '43, president. Membership qualifications, Miss Munroe stated, include a 1.5 average for both music majors and non-music students. Two consecutive years participation in some campus music organization are necessary for the latter group. Bids are extended to upperclass women only, she announced. operation and carefully-planned • Other, committee members are campaigns, they have been in continuous power. A certain percentage of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 June 1942

Board Chairman Names Montz, Norman rustees ,T Harry W. Montz, of Wilkes-Barre, and George M. Norman, of Fairville, were named to the College Board of Trustees today by Col. J. Franklin Shields, president of the Board. The new members will fill _tihe unexpired terms of Boyd A. Musser, Scranton, who died on May 27, and John G. White, New York City, who died Tuesday. The terms of the deceased members were to expire on June 30. A graduate of Penn State in the class of 1907, Mr. Montz has had two sons also graduate from the College. W. Curtis Montz was a member of the class of 1933 and Robert W» Montz received his diploma last month. The elder . Montz was awarded the technical degree of engineer of mines from Penh State in 1933 during the graduation ceremonies of his son. Chief mining engineer for the Lehigh Valley Coal Co., Mr. Montz has always been active in community affairs as well as in those relating to his alma mater. He is past-president of the Penn State Alumni Assoc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 June 1942

ZJlie l_^ _iaudnoe 6 Uh _^Jl una - - - - I, £ mE in which to have fun and score a hit! 2. 95 - J95 Be the center of all admiring glances in a pair of smartly styled colored shoes Genuine Steer-Hide HURRACHES 2.95 froiTisn s Opposite Campus THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" Established 1940. Successor to thte Penn State Collegian, _cntabliahed 1904. and the Free Lance, established 1837. Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania State College. Entered as second-class matter July 6, 1934 «t the Post-oCfice at State College, Pa., under the act o£ March 8. 1879. Editor J_^fgRSb_^ Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 <B _^m_^> Leonard E. Bach '43 Editorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnegie Hall 119-121 South Frazier St Phone 711 Phone 4372 Graduate Counselor _± Louis H. Bel) Managing Editor This Issue Milton Dolinger ¦_Ansistunt Managing Editor Peter Scott News E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 June 1942

ALL COLLEGE DANCE Saturday, June 6th $1.10 Per Couple Sponsored by M_^ic Rec Hall — 9 to 12 _F_} M PENN STATE CLUB CAMPUS OWLS Tickets at Student Union Transportation Notice For the Duration our reservation system will be used. Make reservations four hours in advance of intended departure. New Time Schedule follows TIME SCHEDULE Effective June 5, 1942 Eastern War Time Lv. State College _11:10A Ar. Lewistown ___12:20P Lv. Lewistown ___12:30P Ar. State College _ 1:35 P M. 4:35 P.M. 7:00 P. M M. 5:45 P.M. 8:10 P. M M. 7:20 P.M. 8:50P.M M. 8:30 P.M. 10:00 P. M Make direct connections with trains—East bound: 12:30 P. M., 5:58 P. M., 8:20 P. M. West bound trains: 12:30 P.M., 7:20P.M., 8:46P.M. Dial Boalsburg Hotel, 733; or , 9-2731; State College Company Office, 769 BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE, he Rooms for Rent Freshmen Will Boosi 600 Incoming The Summer Enrollment To 1,000 AN ADD PLACED IN The Daily Collegian WILL INSURE YOUR GETTING THE TYPE OF PEO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 5 June 1942

The Annual Collegian Dance WM&JJM _sfune 20 Dancing 9-12 MM BY THE CAMPUS OWLS Free to Subscribers of Your Paper The Daily Collegian SUBSCRIBE TODAY! TRY THIS NEW SERVICE Ask For Pink Slip I Bachelor Bundle $1.39 MINI 6 Shirts ..... 2 Drawers ... 2 Under Shirts 1 Pa jama Suit 6 Socks, pair 8 Hanks •I I •I I • MINI •I I I I I II I $1.39 JZ PIECES Strictly Cash All Items Except Those Listed Above Charged at Regular Prices PENN STATE LAUNDRY 320 W. Beaver Ave. Phone 3261 Grange, Atherton Units Elect 26 Summer, Fall Officers lAJe. _ZJIte Women New Presidents Join WSGA House New presidents Eleanor M. Freedman '44, Marion A." Owen '43, Nancy M. Zartman '43, Geraldine A. Custer '43, and Mary Louise Keith '44 will assume the leadership of Grange Dormitory and Atherton Hall activities for Summer and Fair semesters, announced Dorothy K. Brunner '44, WSGA vice-president, after dormitory elections last night. Grange officers include Miss Freedma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 6 June 1942

Airforce Reserve Enlists 13 More; Total Reaches 90 The Aviation Cadet Examining Board added 13 students to the number of Penn State men enlisted in th'e Air Force Enlisted Reserve yesterday, bringing the total for this enlistment period to 26 and the grand total to approximately 90 since the start of the drive, Prof. Robert E. Galbraith, board coordinator, announced. Students who passed- air crew examinations yesterday were Wilbur S. Creelman '45, Julian I. Lewis '43, Donald E. McKee '44, Marshall B. Morgan '44, Weldon W. Ragsdale '44, Robert D. Rath '44, Louis Reynolds '44, Thomas W. Riley '43, and Donald G. Steva '44., Ground crew enlistees whose applications were passed by the local- examining board and submitted to Washington for final consideration are Karl J. Israel '43, .Robert A. Kulp '44, Russell E. Schlorft '43, and Arthur G. . Wright Jr. . . . These-students will be sworn in and fully enlisted Tuesday. Ground crew men must have their papers okayed by the local board b...

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