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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 February 1932

:. -' ME. " ' i-jj-im"J tzt : : "5 " ""ail l r inn 'hi iliffrif t Sk j- JWliwWlIttMBWIWi T V'l - yj" Pafie Four T THE OPTIMIST '. " ' i! fnTtrnwiTfrniimniiUii li iiiiitiii mi i rami rnxmrnsaato SOC1ET1J .titiwmgH ihwiw m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nTrTTmfn1""""" FRESHMAN TACKY PARTY PROVES BIG FUN ATTRACTION Saturday night about fifty Frcshmon in gaily bedecked cos- tumes staged a tacky party in Bennett Gymnasium The cos- tumes included red trousor patch- es spots representing contagious diseases ropes for belts mlsmat- cd shoes Indian turbans paja- mas and even bathrobes It was a grand occasion and the grande entree was led by none other than J. William Treat class sponsor who appear- ed in a boyish costume. (Com- pleted with red socksl). The cvoning was spent in play- ing peppy games and every member present took part. The games included n pecan race the "dizzy whirl" and others just as dizzy. Then came timo for all good little girls to be in bed (at least in A. C. C.) and refresh- ments wer...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1932

ffi w ...W '"'' -H . -7 ' T -' V :Ki' fcj Iff Vol. 10 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ADILENE TEXAS FEBRUAHY 25 1932 NO. 21 FIFTEENTH ANNUAL LECTURESHIP CLOSES TOMORROW MM"lL'.'-iMWMMMMWIBMtlWrir")''n'y 1 ( ! Debaters Display Striking Ability In Week's Parleys Three Decisions Won In Monday And Tuesday's Discussions ONE DECISION LOST Win 2-1 Over Crack Team From New Mexico U. Tuesday Evening This week's debuting program has been a full one. Four debates here on Monday and Tuesday brought tho season's total to eight of which A. C. C. has won six. All of the discussions this week were between men's teams. One of theso four was lost. On- ly one of the season's total of eight debutes has been by girls. It was lost last' week to girl rep- resentatives from Durunt Okla- homa. Univorslty Dolcntod What was considered possibly the most important discussion of tho week was won Tuesday after- noon by Jack Pope and C. V. Cecil who affirmed the govern- ment industry question used in all of these debute...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1932

-i-t"... t...-ifJi- m -. . . Ill I . - . . . ' -"- ' - - " m THE OPTIMIST I U 1 i h Hundreds Of Visitors Attend Lecture Scries YOUNG MEN'S MEETINGS . ' ... i r v . ' n - V Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. " Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year. 81.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablerto THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inler-Collcgiate Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell .". .Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Iteuel Lemmons Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports .. .'. Shelburnc Bixlcr Kcyes Society Grace Littlcficld News Paralce Patterson Editorials J. Harold Miles John Fairs Nichols Featuro : Maurice McMullcn Reporters: Evalinc Slater Woodie Holdcn Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. READ THIS THEN THINK! "10c Taxis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1932

''u ia)iuiBBiflMfaif(a TP . .- titrBitc W r !fr" W tx"& ? K. iw Vri- 'fa $ 1$ !? r 5. IflW "L 4' :- 'as;1 THE OPJIMIST Grantf Finale Results Make Gate T.I.A.A. RunnersUp McMurry And Daniel Baker Prove Easy Victims For Smooth Running Feline Machine; Wildcats Finish Season 'With Most Points In Loop Runner-up in tho T.I.A.A. conference for 1932 i3 the principal result of n grand finale to the Wildcat's basketball season last Friday and Saturday nights in Bennett Gymnasium in which Daniel Baker and McMurry Colleges went down by scores of 48-21 and 48-37 respectively. These were the last games of Captain Chcvcs and Powell and Pippin and well did they end their basketball career for A. C. C Chcvcs not only showed constantly his sterling worth as a guard but contributed several field goals in the course of the two contests. On Friday night the Daniel. Dakcr. quintet trailed all the way and trailed farther behind the longer the contest lasted. "Lefty Reynolds started the scoring with a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 February 1932

m v ienmumMummr $ jy-""T fc-n TT I mi 'umilillill HnmMifWWHMI wwaMaMMMMMWaiMMINinHMMI IMMMMNMNMMMMMWM l i' 881 !.' 8? I 1 - '. . age Four IMiMMMHtah SOC1ET1 giaHaaiflmfliHigffig GATAS HONORED BY CLUB SPONSOR Miss Pat Mnlono sponsor of tlio Gntus entertained tlio club members and thoir guests Mon- day evening in her studio. Modern ' conundrums foaturod tlio party. The guests wcro scat ed at tables and each couple was given a sheet of pnpor with in- structions and (ho problem to bo solved. The couple who solved tho puzzlo correctly was permit- ted to progress to the next table where instructions for other puz- zles were received. Refreshments of sandwiches macaroons and punch woro served and tho party was cli- maxed by the reading of tho guests' fortunes. Guests woro Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Adams Miss Elizabeth Bax- ter Miss Margaret Bishop Marie "Wills Clovis Watson Ellzaboth Brewer Boy Propst Wnurinc Tittle Horschel North Evelyn Curtis Fred McKinzlc Norma Krey Maurico Roberts Mary Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1932

r-r "' -'WSUv' -;W' ! .1 I l.ll lll...-.l))lf. tltW;"' 'W fff ';;!? .y:::; WYfr';. ..." $; i (Ot? $r t i if :' JbL &;.. I. '.fc& vt Xbo Kitten Klub Ear- nlvnl will bo tho cli- max of Kliton Klub events. Soo it tomor- row night in tho flV-n-naslum at S o'clock. Look on the editorial page and learn about the Who's Who con- tost. Fill in tho blanks and turn your decisions in at ho box. K Vol. 19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS March 3 1932. No. 22 u BUt'MMfaffiW t x&mVZ22t Utr2ftr uariiMHUffis nfurrr w .'? 'QmIF VbtIIIIIIUaMI EL' K- fifti "i :.' rv Don Morris Named Vice President At Trustees' Session To Assume Managership Of Business Office At New Session SCHUG ON LEAVE Guy Scruggs W. C. Sikes To Head Academy And Training School Don H. Morris was elected vice president of Abilene Christian College by the board of trustees last Thursday night in final ses- sion when this new position was created to begin serving June 1 when President Baxter's resigna- tion takes plac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1932

kutiiii.imn.n i 7 i V i '1 i "TSTTiT wmnwWHKiwiww "- v rp C (v I V W J PaftTvra &' HVa -THE OPTIMIST ... '. .. Vy"V'Jv' k -VttkaWBftwW' . 1 ircff ( ' iaaiumni Published Weekly by the StudenU Optimist Office Sewcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year. Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Intcr-Collcgiato Press Association. OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell Virgil Bernard Reuel Lemmons NEWS Sports - Society News .."."."."'. - Editorials "..."..".!! J. Feature Reporters: Evaline Slater Woodie Coleman. EnUrad as second class matter Junt 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY "Texas our Texas! all hail the mighty state! Texas our Texas! So wonderful so great! So sang this "empire wide and glorious" yesterday as the citizens of the state gave homage to the birthday anniversary of the Lone Star State. Ninety six years ago w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1932

- 7 ---wwgrTswMjr.M. jLna . . . roivprniaOT.araKjniwtw SWA r i Tv ;i " '3. v .I' aw Trials For Stock Show Meet To Be Held Sal. Evening "Fish" Squad Shows More Interest Than Any Form- er Freshman Material Saturday afternoon the Wild- cat ccndcrmcn will exhibit their best style in tryouts for the Stock Show meet at tort Worth the 1 1th and 12th of this month and will attempt to demonstrate how they will retain the college division championship in this meet. For the first time in the history of the school A.C.C. will have a freshman team in the junior col lege division of the meet. The tryouts for the freshman team will be at the same time. The best marks to date promise a good showing in this meet. John Simmons did a mile in 4:28 two weeks ago. Allan "Tiny" Adams tossed the shot 44 feet 9 inches the same day.. Earlier Captain Dill Weems did a 50 flat 440 and with an injured lcc Elmer "Bulldog" Gray did an 880 in 2:05 two weeks ago. Aridc Nowell fresh- man hurdle ace took the 220 low h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1932

j:l hi nLiiLni!.nwniiiiMmi III !! PMI I. llll fl . - "rv jiwr-stflpg.'w '0!i " w v T ' " ' v ' tnn Page Four THE OPTIMIST rJ .Si iiiwniii i Jm SOCIETY Society on the liill will begin to show a calmer finish next week .when the finals for the winter term engage the attention of thcT stu- dents. Many entertainments of various kinds were given for the visitors and students during lecture week and the week's activities were climaxed by the week-end party given by the GATA. Ko Jo Kai had as thcir'chicf social event of the winter term a formal dinner Tuesday night at the Woolen Hotel and the Trojans are making plans for a function which will probably be held sometime next week. The Sub-T have had a comparatively quiet season broken only by their regular sail. ENTERTAIN GATA . if. (. ! TWENTY ONE GUESTS PRESENT AT ALBANY SUNDAY Wilma Kcnrick and Louise McKcnzie entertained the mem- bers of the GATA Club and their guests with a week-end party giv- en at the home of the former in Albany Texa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 March 1932

mil him i ii mill ciin n iMiiminin 1 1 1'iWim I WWMI II ft. ' $V T-'-rna- -.-' T'"1- i; 'f " ' . TJ- 3 V ' ' MHWT .T : V t rv if". f ' I ' ' " m j SRRING . HAS SPRING HAS . CAME M CAMB I ! Vol. 10 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS MARCH 17 1932 No. 23 "rSEi'T'T""1""'1""" "V""l5?'v"" ""M-Tr"" aEffFI ' AriMrl'MiMrirl ' h(Uav . M HI rvl (r irWfH H ( ' ir. M " J Hw LA fott Horace W. Busby To Begin Revival Here Sunday Morn Well Known Evangelist Will Conduct Sixth ' A. C. C. Meeting LASTS ONE WEEK College Classes To Run ' On Lecture Week Schedule ' The annual spring meeting of the College Church of Christ be- gins Sunday morning with Horace W. Busby of Fort Worth doing die' preaching. This will be the last of this year's three meetings. The revival which will last over the next Sunday is ythc sixth to be conducted by Busby for the College Church. Besides this he has held meetings for the other Abilena churches and has' been on the lectureship program a number of times. Busby has hel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 March 1932

m imigftvrity.- f :;v--t - ;.y. ; W7 'V .? - H"i M i? "-WrWipsTO'jjft' mssm r (n?Jjr"ev Pge Twe THE OPTIMIST if J I Ji mwJmxmw- ' ! Published Weekly by the Student of Abilene Christian College. I Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. : OLAN HICKS Editor-In Chief WADE BANOWSKY . Business Manager Everett Maxwell... Assistant Editor Virgil Bernard - .Assistant Business Manager Reuel Lemmons -..Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sports Shelburnc Bixlcr Kcycs Society".."'." ". Grace Littlcfield News .."..".".r. Paralee Patterson Editorials"..!. J. Harold Miles John Fairs Nichols Feature Maurice McMullen Reporters: Evaline Slater Wcodie Holdcn Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter June 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. ON HYPOCRISY "Don't try to make it appear that yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 March 1932

THE OPTIMIST wr PAGE THREE ' Weenis Announces Complete Track Schedule HMmm J4 '.:c .. ft. ET B' ft. MR? BO w& s M 'i iff? n S? it . . We . liZV T Program Includes Five More Events Engagements With Daniel Baker A. fii'M. Denton ' Texas U. With TIAA And Drake Relays To Be Held Five more track meets complete the regular schedule for the Wild cats 1932 team according to an nounccment of Coach J. Eddie Wccms and Mr. Lawrence Smith .schedule manager. Texas University is the next op- ponent and the tryouts for that meet will he held Saturday after noon. The stock show meet win- ners and others of the squad will take part in this tryout for the meet at Austin one week from Sat- urday March 26. Dual meets with Daniel Baker Texas A. & M. and North Texas Teachers College in the T.I.A.A. meet and the hig Drake Relays at Dcs Moines are all that will like- ly he participated in by the Wild- cats before some of the ieam be gin preparation for the Olympic! tryouts. I he rrcshman schedule is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 March 1932

- v ' J ' .rvw -; ..-.a .;... ''-'- tfjtt. ife'a1" ; :;gv "y ).'? ;.- jy -"' - --"'-c''uiritag-iiiiiiii'iBifi.J)i '-jii'V sstessa ipwjf 4 Pfigt Four THE 'OPTIMIST -.' m '; 1 SOClETlj MAURICE ALSTON AND BOMER GIST MARRY THURSDAY NIGHT MARCH 10 Miss Maurine Alston and Bo- nier Gist both students of the col- lege were married on Tuesday evening March 10 at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. E. W. McMillan on North 16th St. The ceremony was performed by E. W. McMillan minister of the College Church of Christ in the presence of a few intimate friends of the couple. The bride wore a charming dress of blue crepe with blondo accessories. Doth Mr. and Mrs. Git arc iormerly residents of San Antonio previous to their enrollment in the college at the beginning of the fall term. The couple are at home to their friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McMillan and are continuing their work in the college where they arc both freshman students. They plan to spend the summer in California. Guests ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1932

. j : $& : -wra i??V'rf?;;ivv .' W-Ct ' "! "" -i- .'"p mf4r i&M .'; v ' : SL Power To You Saturday Wildcats.. Attend Every 1 Religious Service Vol.19 ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS.MARCH 24 1932 NO. 24 "m ..' tllrf. w. NSf C -:- St"' FS ' ikf C-t " L- t".A .' ft. ' .' ? r.-j rn tf' Ks.:1: Iff- jr. Y sir K. &v L:tf ' Bf-. .f ' '4T r . : K- : fl' IT'.T.' d'.f. ' Play Tournament Scheduled Next Thursday Night Silver Loving Cup To Be Awarded To Winning Class Group ALL CLASSES ENTER All Plays Directed By Members Of Classes Represented Thursday evening March the thirty first at eight o'clock in the Scwcll Auditorium the annual inter-class pne act play tournament will be conducted. Upon the decision of five com- jetent judges Mrs. W. J. Young Miss Odelle Johnson Miss Caro- line Couch Mrs. D. A. Mintcr Jr. and John N. Watson a silver lov- ing cup will be presented to the winning class ami public mention will be made of the best individu- al actor both boy and girl. Tliis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1932

....L.- ... I . ... !5359C33d THE OPTIMIST YOUNG MEN'S MEETINGS . I - ' - -Hps I ' PublUhed Weekly by tlie Students of Abilene Christian College. Optimist Office Scwcll Auditorium Subscription Per Year - - SI .50 Address all Correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE TEXAS. Members of Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. " OLAN HICKS Editor-In Giief WADE BANOWSKY Business Manager Everett Maxwell As.3istan' Editor Virgil Bernard Assistant Business Manager Reuel Lcmmons'.'.'.'.'. Advertising Assistant NEWS STAFF Sp0rts . Shelburnc Bixler Kcyes Society l"313."3". Grace Littleficld News .'"SSSSS....".. - Paralee Patterson EditoriaYs"V"."r."l"-"" J- Harold Miles Jolin Fairs Nichols Feature ..... Maurice McMullcn Reporters: Evaline Slater Woodic Holdcn Elsie Green Wayne Coleman. Entered as second class matter Jurs 28 1929 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under Act of August 24 1912. THE LIFE ABOVE REPROACH The Scriptural usage of the word 'reproach' is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1932

&-: Srt- ;- I ' .. if THE OPTIMIST PAGE THREE Tracksteers Engage Texas U. Years First Major Meet Wildcats Promise to Cinch ' Watkln. lias been working on die tw .. m xvri 'i discus lately and lie and Adams Most First Places While wm ic cntercd for i10 wildcats University Men Make in that event. Gains On Second And! Tnird Positions Saturday at the University of Texas Coach J. Eddie Wccws '32 Wildcats will open their regular season against the hardest foe of the season in the A.CC-Tcxas U. dual track meet. This will bo tho opening meet of the season for both schools. Pre-scason competition at the stock show meet indicated that this will be a close meet with A. C. C. having several fairly sure first places and Texas again mak- ing the result questionable by her superior man power. However A.C.C. has some extra points to insert into the score this year so it will become a battle for those second and third places u All City Tennis Tourney In Full Progress Daily A.C.C. Favored To Win ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1932

iV R3I Page Four THE OPTIMIST '- sociEty IWTtTiWnftMMltt'flHHraiM ii TROJANS SELECT PARKER NEW CLUB LEADER SAT. The Trojnns men's social club of the dollegc held a meeting in MacDonald Hall on Saturday night and elected Sterling Parker a senior member as chairman of the club for the spring term in the absence of Lcnnon Hill regu- lar president. Hill has returned to his home for this term but will probably reenter school with the summer session. "W" CLUB INITIATES NINE NEW MEMBERS Ceremonies for nine initiates of the "V" Club women's honor organization of the college were held on Saturday night from 7:30 to 10:00 at the home of President and Mrs. Hatscll Baxter. Mclba Rutherford president of the club had charge of the cere- monies and she was assisted by Active members. Several alumnae members from the city and out Following the regular business of town were present also session plans were discussed tor a steak fry to be given within the near future and for the annual banquet which i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 March 1932

n srv 11 : M ;;. aeul tf -senior JL -iil W (Slash At 10 A.M. 'B' W 1 ("sfaVaWMiV V'fflBW .a4S vV;r . ' -- "W " .rZ.vb)i . 'V i W W 1 IjJVII I . scv r. v r; Tri;' :i L.v5 fji uuuig yw 'Jauui'jvuivi. UdOCUdll VJuiCv t Annual Bathing '& Art . k n Sw undav. fflav nrst . . -.." it sw :T . rr- ... V; Jbaxter Walker Waiarop fo Sponsor Eamdus Old iSt'.. College "" Custom IIii-OVi JVJLTVJiitJ a . "Fwe Entries Already In i Contest; Corner-To 'Keep Door. K-v 1! .. ! The annual Cdllcgo Bathing tn r-' J....J " Xil.lJ tn .i nevue la acucuuicu iu.uc iigiu " the 'aiidiiorium on the nlgh of J- Ma finli according to ahnounce- '; nient hy Adveriising RIanagjr Waldrop. Miss fcllsna waiKer who is the sponsor of ths ycay affair which she originated vrhen i ...' A r r i i. s 1ino j' wio came 10 .r.v. uuur. hi ni i'-J. .1 ...i !. !. u-j :. ii.n ' uu wuu ' in mo irau iii uiv. campaign for more and better'dia- tnbution ot p)Hchntude promts. ed'that witlt uie help of President Baxter k great and marvelous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 March 1932

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 March 1932

KW ' mm bm m rifiSniiP3r i :W V . vaLHk."v. a vsijsav-y. :i tw 1 fjwffif' VJMi WHHijK.v ffj? IF itvrttl 'I ... f. W.IU .L- r -i on ConmiB " rile ttfowl' JakorSenloif. frt ft JWrt tj: lft JWfWMiWill W held ' AW1 a IXWUHHttK l MUSAU a. -IBJ ' atlWGmrtd Central Ann is thai - ainouioeMWnt 6t l(jke' urtdenl; 'e me nmmn. j; roirs iniooi. vnn- wrtttftM are iltyroifiiiHrM; ratts ' ntartaitiment for the rrtrticTpant intlihf iffair. - ' t J&lm Fair will lead tltand marcli liiraelf with Roamuritl .MeCollunf at Ins" elbow- 'A- fnw for all earliest In pushing empty TjefcbWtlea around th Banquet wiui noses win ue.autreu. muraue $) rledge is sityeryisbr of this eon I'tiiKJI7" ' W"T y. Age wui give r'StSfifv "- ' exhibition of how' the freshman f vflw .V and sonlf-girls slipped out of the 'JiPW'". dormitory5 last Velr" While she was" 'J-'P' r in chame and Will demonstrate Mt1 tattijla AMbtlt rtF 'nhajkl- JioaP. As r- 'v one 'of the partiaipanla..Vera Lee 3feF? ' '"aVj V oth sWtt-'of this '"-if"...

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