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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 February 1928

r & Junior Edition 1 . i - -. . ir'f SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 25 192$ No. 20 VOLUME XII y k tl . . . . . . I I lil I I I ! - M COWBOY BAND HAS OFFER FOR ENGAGEMENT IN NEW YORK CITY NEXT SUMMER Annual Senior Day Program Is Given In University Auditorium Wednesday Morning Feb. 22 Eri CLASSRENDERS GOOD PROGRAM AT CHAPEL HOUR SENIOR PRESIDENT YEARLY FUNCTION ENJOYED BY STUDENTS AND VISITORS Present Class Gift Tngorson On Bohalf Of Class Gives Tennis 'Courts To Institution Characterized by humor and brev- ity as well ns dignity and cultural merit tho annual senior day program "was Riven Wednesday morning Feb- ruary 22 beginning at tho regular chapel period. The graduating group moved slowly down tho left aisle of the auditorium while Miss Lyda Grcs- ham played the march. Earl Ingorson president of the class had charge of the program. As soon as tho seniors were on tho plat- form Lawrence Fitzgerald class chaplain pronounced the Invocation. Miss Francis Melton givi...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 February 1928

TIM ItHMOftS BRAND ? m rr v- r-i lrtp Simmons Brand A. weekly college newspaper" published every Saturday during the school year by the Simmons Press Club in .tho interest of the Student Body of Simmons University. Entered as second class mail matter Juno 22 1917 at tho Post-office at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1879. LmaUISTIO INSTITUTE AT YALE Subscription prico per year $2.00 Member oi the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office : First Floor Science Building. Downtown Office : Abilene Printing & Stationary Co. EDITOMAL STAFF Robert "W "Whipkcy Editor-in-Chief Joo .Burton .Managing Editor George Parks. Sports Editor J. D. Ilarvoy Ass't. Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Too Breed Business Manager Bernard Buio . Ass't. Business Manager Reporting staff : Lula Grace Williams Byron Pollack Mrs. Em- mctt Landers George Glnzncr Ruth Rosser Grace Pleasant Noll Sewcll Johnny Gregg Lucille Patterson Frank Oxarart Ruth Jor- man Fry Mary Ruth Boles Hollycc Sellers Martha White...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 February 1928

r TIDC SIMMONS BRAND ..g Simmons Will Play Turkey Day Game With Tech After This Year & 1 t- j E?" t'fsf ' &"? h' r SUV wt ;'. A r f 3a i .. I - . 5 '... -L V. ! f'WD" J''i 3 Year Agreement Calls For Game At - Lubbock Nov. 17 Confirmation of reports thnt the Slrtmons University Cowboys will play the Texas Tech Matadors at Lub- bock In football November 17 1028 the date which the Matadors woro supposed to play in Abilene Is made in a joint announcement from Ath- letic Directors Brldjres and Frccland of both schools. In changing the dates of tho game for this fall the Cowboys and Matadors will meet on Thanksgiving November 28 1020 in Abilene and Thanksgiving November 27 1030 in Lubbock. The series according to Coach Bridges was proposed by the athletic council of Simmons and accepted by Texas Tech. The fact that the games of 1020 and 1030 arc to be plnyod on Thanksgiving indicates that tho break between Howard Payno and Simmons for that date will bo permanent. Tho reason for su...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 February 1928

Si TBI StttMONS MUNt " Men Debate Here Next Week; Schedule For Extended Tour Is Incomplete Coach States TIAM WILL MASS TRIP TO ATLAKTIO 00A8T AND INTO CANADA Two debates are scheduled for the men forensic teams for next week February 88 and 29. Oklahoma City University will bo debated Tuesday afternoon and Southwestern State Teachers Collepe of Wcatherford Oklahoma' will be met Wednesday eve nlngr both contests being held in tho university auditorium. The Simmons representatives for the Oklahoma City debate aro Bill Sutton and Alton Chapman The Phi Kappa Delta question which concerns th'o protection of capital In- vested in foreign lands by armed force will do discussed by the oppos- ing teams. J. a McKcnzio and V. W. Tatum will represent Simmons Wednesday evening against tho Wcatherford school. They will uphold tho affirma- tive of this question: Resolved that a Federal department of education should be established with an offico in tho president's cabinet Debate Trip ' Simmons men...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1928

f V Sophomore Edition '' - aaraftraff" 't ..:" ' I. ffllji? Simmons Brand 'K & J' . ' ?"i- VOLUME XII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY MARCH 3 1928 No 21 STUDENTS TO VOTE ON ELECTION REPORT WEDNESDAY r A 157 ATTEND JUNIOR-SENIOR . BANQUET; ST. PATRICK MOTIF USED IN MENU DEGORATIONS JENSON AS TOABTMASTER DISPLAYED MANY IRISH TRAITS The juniors complimented the Sen- iors with the annual Junior-Senior banquet which was held Jn the crystal ball room of the Hilton Hotel Mon- day evening. The St. Patrick's motif used In the decoration of the ball room and in annual celebration quite a unique af- prcparation of the menu made the ' fair. Cover was laid for ICO and there wore 157 Juniors Seniors and ' visitors present. President and Mrs. J. D. Sandefer Dean and Mrs. D. M. Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burnam and Judge and Mrs. J. P. Stinson wcro among the visitors. The blarney stone which was mounted on a green pedestal just out- side tho ball room door lent aid to the St. Patrick's atmo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1928

r i THS- SIMMON .BRAND' ( H a I v. eu j. & c u fc af. j . H'? A "weekly college newspaper published every Saturday" duriag tfet -rthool year by the Simmons Press Club in the interest of .the Bunltnt Body of Simmons University. " Batored as second class mail matter June 22 1917 at the Post-offlco at Abilene. Texas under act of March 3 1879.. '- Subscription priec per year. ..... $2.00 Member of" the Texas Intcrcollcgiato Press Association. " ? ' ' Office i First -Floor Science Building.. Downtown .Office : AbilcnoPririting & Stationary Co. ' EDITORIAL STAFF EoWt "W. Whipkoy. . . . Editor-in-Chiof Joo Burton. . . .?.... Managing Editor George Parks.'.. .'Sports Editor J. D...Harvoy. Ass't. Sports Editor " " BUSINESS STAFF Joo -Breed.. Business Manager Bernard Buio .:... : . .Ass't. Business Manager Reporting staff: Lula Grace Williams Byron Pollack Mrs. Em- mett lianders George Qlarncr Ruth Rosser Grace Pleasant Noll Sewcll Johnny Gregg Lucillo Patterson Frank Oxarart Ruth Jer...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1928

A4lj HOC SIMMONS BRAND PSW u: kf" BENGALS DROP TWO GAMES HERE MONDAY AND TUESDAY The Trinity University Tigers were pulled down from tho top berth In the .Texas Conference title race 'Mon- day and Tuesday nights when they dropped a couple of games to the Cowboys losing Monday night by a 80 to 21 count. The defeat was even more decisive Tuesday night when the Cowboys took tho big end of a 33 to 10 score. "The derisiveness of the defeat 'the first nlghtTdld not como until tho last ton minutes of play when Fitzgerald and T. "McColIum broke looso to Bfcorc clght.and four points respectively In rapid succession. Johnny Gregg andt Blnlon when they could not get along! together and proceeded to tell cacn other about It both by fistic and ver- bal combat were sent from the floor by referee Medley. The East Texas Bengals after hav- Ingtdefcated tho Cowboys in Waxn hachlo last week put up a hard fight to maintain their conference lead and when the half ended tho score was tied 10 to 10 Tho Ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 March 1928

'ftft: TH1 SHIMON BfcAND I ? lftoM Allison ' To Give Concerts Professor Irl Allison head of the Piano Department of Simmons Uni- versity will appear In a group of con- certs this summer the first of which will bo given Juno 15 at 8 p. m. in the Simmons Auditorium. These concert will bo primarily for tho benefit of the Master Piano Classes ho is conducting this summer. However the public is invited to three of tho concerts while students only aro invited to two of them. Professor Allison has been giving concerts for rilnd years and Is highly praised wherever ho appears. The first program will open with tho Scarlatti "Pastorale." Included In this program will bo tho. "Pathetlquo Sonata" by Beethoven 'and tho bril- liant "Butterfly Etude" by Chopin. Tho second concert June 20 will bo for students only and will bo com- posed of mostly Chopin pieces. The third program July 6 will con- tain the. "Moonlight Sonata" by Bee- thoven and also tho well-known Shu-bert-Liszt numbers "Hark Hark th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1928

0 . .-I "'. Freshman Edition jtt !." .; 1A ;;v:vis' ?. 'f;v-;&'' . ' . v A7''- v x f-iVj'v.'fi ."- rv"k t r - i-v ' . ;i TI j r. ft. a SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY MAKCIl 10 1928 No. 52 VOLUME XII f I- - ' " " 'JMsMgggjgjagjjgjgEWEMMHCMCBJBSM '' " IJIt " '"J7 T""" iWfT" T""" "" " "" "" - m .mm i !.. Open Range IlY I0LL SEWE LL Well well- w6ll hoah WO arc just n Week before finals to end tho Winter term. Then cornea spring ah good die spring- the poets long suit (no reference to red flannels). It reminds nic of what Napolcan Bony-I'nrt sold at Andy JGumpa tuhoral 'fJusl like a wilted flower wc lay him here lie's taken a vacation from lifo's " strife le felt the call of spring and tried To steal owny another guy V wife. o -It shore looks fine to see the green grass popping up every where; espe- cially through the now dirt that has been used to level the football field. Don't forget the pageant March 12. Bring 'your girl Alberto Salvi Captivates Audience With Charm and . Bea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1928

A v Tint SIMMONS BftAftD If' I i r fet-v- f . ; HfpJHmmaiaBnnnu- A. weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during tk Mfcoi wkr by the Simmons Press Club in tho interest of th6 Btwdwtt Body ef Simmons University. h A BHtoml a second class mall matter June 22 J917 at tho Post-offlco t Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1879. "" - ' - . - Subscription price per year. $2.00 Kmber of the. Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. THERE IS A IJESXJNY THAT SHAPES OUR ENDS; Rt)fjGH HEW THEM AS eImJV Officios First Floor Science Building. Downtown Office : Abilene Printing & Stationary Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Robert "W Whipkcy. n ' Editor-in-Chief Joe Burton. .' Managing Editor George Parks.....'...... Sports Editor J. D. Harvey. ........ Ass't. Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Joe Breed. ...'.. Business Manager Bernard Buio i. Ass't. Business Manager FRESHMAN EDITION Noll Scwcll Editor WHY FRESHMEN FAIL By John' Boston .It is an observed fact that only about twenty-five perdent of tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1928

HIK 8IMM0H8 fekANfi ui" a fcv. m vtr ji"t w &? &. Gregg and Smith Voted Positions on Mythical All Conference Team Place Tommy McCollumOn Second Squad Simmons University placed two men on the first nll-conforencc tenm and one on tho second. The teams were selected by tho coaches in the con ference with tho exception of n vote from Howard Payne and Trinity. Thero was only two of the posi- tions filled unanimously these being guard and center. Blackburn of Southwestern was conceded to be the best guard in the conference while Janslng at center qasily rated tho first squad. Johnny Gregg only lacked one vote of being unanimously chosen and it is our opinion that had Pete Cawthornc seen him play Gregg would have re- ceived his vote. Gregg wris easily the outstanding man in tin conference. Smith the other Simmons U. player to rate tho first squad was given a majority of vote. "Uncle Joe" was perhaps the best defensive guard in the conference but can hardly bo rated above Captain T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 March 1928

Pa.4 THB .BIMM0N8 BRAtfD. m"i' '"' "pi . ' &- i- W r.'i f 1V ' b' " 5 ' - GALLr-CURCI HAS UNIQUE LIFE HISTORY AmeUta GallUCurcl "with n power 'and charm of voice and personality Uncqualed In .the musical world and hailed ns theworld'a greatost soprano will make her first appearance In West Texas In the Simmons U.niyor- sily Auditorium April" 2 ' Galli-Curci has sung In nearly every iclyllized land nnd everywhere she has bocnhcr success has been equally noticeable. Shc.hhs not only charmed and conquered; audiences with hor concerts but nations as" a. whole have delighted in her triumph 'and the per- fection of her art has passed from lip to llpV ' - Galli-Curci resembles rarj old Ital ian potraits. Her face gentle sym pathetic Intellectual in repose in ant mntlon' vividly expressed the range of . her emotions". Gaiety and graco of movement she inherits from her Spanish mother. Her gestures of the more restrained north Italian type of her father are few but very eloquent. Possibly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1928

-.. . y i J A J" .. v? k Journalism Class Edition .-. 'rf- . VOLUME XII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY MARCH 17 1928 No. 23 u ' .& v ' .. - . j 'an l . .i L S& w "- '? u- IX y- Open Range BYNOLLSEWELL Vclir well well do tell the pag- eant is over. The greatest such' pro- duction ever viewed in Abilene. Hats off to the ladles that made possible such a gorgeous spectacular riot of beauty color and grace. . I wouldn't bo surprised If some of the teachers think that slncp this is dead week they have to work us pord kids to death. . If the seniors are gonna wait seen a long spell to put- in the new tennis courts maybo they could give a sam- ple now sand put how line tapes on the. courts (or gravel pits) wo havo. ' It is rumored that at a teachers meeting the other day the attendants wanted to adopt a slogan for tho in- structors to revol ift. At last after much jaw-jamming and hand clapping the slogan formed in historical cir- cles "They Shall. Not Pass" "was un- animously a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1928

W; vW TU1C SIMMONS BRAND" 2 w iA i W A. wwkly eollege aewspaper published every Saturday during the mIaoI year by the Simmons Press' Club In tho interest of the StadttitHedy'of Simmons University. BkUred as second class Mail matter June 22 1917 at tho Post-offico r ai-Abilene. Texas under act of March 3 1879 Subscription price per year i . ... . .......... $2.00 kber of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office : First Floor Science Building. Downtown Offices Abilene Printing & Stationary Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Sob.ert TO "Whipkcy. Editor-in-Chief Joe Burton. . Managing Editor GeorgoiParka; . .; Sports Editor J1. D. Harvey.... Ass't. Sports Editor . - BUSINESS STAFF Joe Breed. ...........!........... Business Manager Bernard Buic. ....... k .. Ass't. Business Manager SPEINa FEVER It's an' ill wind that blows nobody good and n poor existence that has no excuse for .being. It has been said by some of our contem porarics that Spring Fever should be expatriated annihilated an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1928

f f. .: ' FW v i ' H'. Ym ; - -TS-V .A 11 ' ' cl J" -JL asr- ft'' & ?? - T f 'mw WML Seniors and McCollum Sims Expected To Put Near Grads Over Loving Cup Premium Offorcd Seniors Hold Ten Yeirs Record - Seniors Fish Sophomores nntl Juniors thata tho way thoy'ro luo to finish In tho annual ihtorclass track meet to bo' held on Parramoro Field Monday March 20 Although original- ly set for Saturday 31 the date has been moved up to make way for a triangular meet between tho colleges of tho cty on that day. Seniors first If yes If HInes Sims high hurdler and polo vaulter shows Up' In tlmo to get In shape for tho meet Sims has been out of school during tho past term and so has not had tho benefit of tho early training that has been offered. Ho is expected In this wek however and will have a week to get ready in and that should bo enough inasmuch as he is the best In tho Toxas Conference' in the two events. With first places In those two events the" class of '28 should bo ablo to pilo up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 March 1928

vM- . ''r4 ." THJ SOatONS B1UWD' !S Jj L RBrfQLUTIONjS OF RfefiPBCT " - i-r f 4 I B '. .. f:'- & . j- P : h -. i ii i . .In . T . ....... I . i - . h ..-.. nr - .1 ." I mmmaaras r' 1 1 ii if. a. wL ii n 'ii r i ' in ib . i i . i .t it i. i ii. i i . r i uni i in n i n i i i n i i ii i ' i mam Beatrice Fairfax To Speak At Simmons On Companionate Marriage; Husband To Render Group Of Russian Folk Songs Lilian Lauforty for the past ten years known as "Botrlco Fairfax" With her husband James Wolfo wilt appear at Simmons tho latter part o'f .April as thoy mako their western tour in 1028 This- number is sponsored by tho University Glco .Club but students will bo admitted on their activity ticket. ' s THiss.Lauferty will discuss the ques- tion of companionate marriage.4 She will bo' assisted by her equally cele- brated husband who -wlir prelude nor in groups of Russian folk-songs. Mr. Wolfo accompanies" himself w on. his jicw musical .instrument the Sevens tccnth Century lute and tho st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1928

ETn r '.-?. j i. Mlf. ' 'J' ' VOLUME XII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY MARCH 31 1928 No. 2l Galli-Curci Concert Here Monday Evening Expected to Draw Record Crowd For West Texas ffije fimmons Brand r IV r Li R The Branding Iron W. J. POWELL Tho fire is out My iron is cold And all my thoughts Have grown bo old. ' Thorp's not a jest I havo not told; I havo no wit I'm growing old. I have1 just finished reading somo of Edna St. Vincent Millay's now poetry and tho only fellow who could blast out sarcasm af- ter reading that is tho kind of human who could read Shake- Bpcaro's master tragedy and say "That boy surely made a flower talk bcfOro he kicked off." One of tho benefits of going to a school of high scholarship stand- ard is that you do not have to worry about whether tho instruc- tor likes the kind of tie that you wear. Down at our boarding house Elmer Spears usually makes a wise crack and everybody adds a little to it until we run out of bread then Elmer makes another one. Dr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1928

5t TKI SIMMONS BKAKD k-t ?i feM t -' i '& ... L i:c PIT .- ." rfr A wSokJ'ewMego' newspaper published every Saturday during the 'wheal year fey the Simmons Press Club in the interest of the 9ient Bedy of SHhubors University. stored as seeoad clasa mail matter Juno 22 1917 at the Post-offico at Abileae Texas under aot of March 3 1879. Shiwwription price per year. .$200 Mekher ef.lhe Texas Intercollegiate Presa .Association Office: First Floor Science Building. Downtown Offico: Abilene Printing & Stationary Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Robert W. Whipkoy. . .Editor-in-Chief Joe Burton. ...... i .Managing Edit6r Qeorge Parks;. !.. Sports Editor J. D. Harvey. ...... i Ass't. Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Job ..Breed. .... .Business Manager Bernard Buio.V. Ass't. Business Manager Athletic Council Sets Up Rctpkements For Letters Gives Tennis A Larger Appropriation; 0. K.?s Spring Football Reporting Staff Lnla. Grace. Williams M. G. Farmer.Noll Sowell Byron Pollack Mar- garct Thompson Mrs. Em...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1928

i . THB SIMMONS BRAND Hmt fcyv m v M .t'i 'i.1. 'I' Cowboy Net Take One Doubles Match At Austin; Run Over Pirates AUSTIN March 20-UnlVorslty of Texas netters scored victories in five of six matches against representatives from Simmons University here today the Longhorn players registering four triumphs for a clean' sweep in the singles division. Simmons 'took one and Texas ono in the doubles play. In the first singles match Bell of Texas beat DpBerry of Simmons C-3 01 y Ferguson of Texas defeated In- gerson of Simmons 0-2 0-2; Dunlap of Texas defeated Scott of Simmons 0-4 0-2; Key of Toatas defeated Mar- . tin of Simmons 0-1 0-1 Scott and Martin brought Simmons colors to the top for the only timo during the day when they defeated . Penick and Cunningham of Texas 8-0 0-2 7-5. Their victory followed a y defeat for DcBerry and Ingcrson from Johnson and Caldwell 0-4 0-3. GEORGETOWN Texas March 28. Kacquot representatives from Sim- mons University Tuesday took a 0 to 4 decision from Sout...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 31 March 1928

. : : Ftfv X Pm4 TBM SIMMONS WUHD Y.. !.' rbok$ JDru oods b. Simmons Professor Writes Of Annual Meeting Of Educators In Boston Simmons had one representative at the annual meeting of tho National Education Association held In Dostdn Massachusetts recently which session Mrs. Jessie K. Hunter instructor in the department of English attended. Mrs. Hunter is' on leavo of absence this year doing graduate work' at Col- umbia University. Mrs. Hunter is taking advanced work in tho field Of Shakespearean plays under a professor from the Uni- versity of Paris who is teaching at Columbia this year. Mrs. Hunter received her bachelors degree at Simmons in 1022. Sho is now at work on her master's degree. Her thesis. has already been completed and accepted by the graduate commit- tee at Columbia. She will return to her' duties hero next Fall. Her account of tho N. E. A. meet- ' ing follows: Dear Simmons People: Since no ono is thero to "report in chapel" I am writing about tho recent N. E.'A. meet...

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