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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

fc QRTfrT3Fr PAGE TWO I- V 7APAN PLANS T0 WTBRAW FROM SIBERIA Willing to Help Untangle Asiatic-Affairs irQiita Offi cials Will Main- tain Order VICTORY FOR PREMIER Foreign Office and Minister of War Decide on Movb Re spite Efforts of Gen eral Staff t B Henr W KlNNEY t c i n J k iimim rrjj ora juircjpiuii Ko Tomo July 23 Official -silence en- elopes the results of the great cabinet and foreign office conference which de liberated on Japans policies in respect to various countries on the continent of Asia While the Foreign Office had original ly planned to pile an outline of the re sults in ari official statement to the press this idea was abandoned for some reason It is however possible to form a rj accurate opinion of mot of the decisions which were made from talks with well informed officials in a posi tion to Inow The decision lo withdraw the troops from Siberia except the Amur region and Saghahen and from the Kwantung railita was regarded as a victor for the premier and the Forei...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

News of Columbia Society yWiss Corinne MacKcy society editor appreciate u 1 you tcuu telephone society items ieticeen 9 and 12 oclock Telephone 274 Flora Conlev danclitrr nf -Mr ml Mrs W T Conlev 594 Conley avenue entertained tier school club the Jinks at a picnic at Rock Bride at 630 oclock last night Those who attended were Virginia McAIestcr Katherinc Miller Louise Ridgeway Mildred Chan dlcr Rehprra WrMit c i Flora Conley The chaperons vvcre Mr ana Airs Urtiey and Ur and Mrs Dud ley Conlev Miss Eva Johnson and Miss Ger trude Heinrici 1324 Wilson avenue en tertained informally at lunrlieun today in Honor ot Mrs iatterson Bain Jr and Miss Edith Miller Dr and Mrs J E Thornton 301 Hitt street laic as their guests for a few davit Mr and Mrs A O Stevens and son aud daughter John and jLucia of Bcloit Wis who srf ruitoring to Austin Tex and stopped over in Co lumbia to visit relatives and friends Thirty five couples attended the Fan Hellenic dance which was given ly fra ternity men at th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

w 5 AGE FOUR ----- ii J J Li i lift IITAe COLUMBIA EVENING fill HHTecnTTOTATW If - P Published every evening except 5 a - nYll Jiunoay ipy nB jvusspuriao it unit ing Association InaJay H Neff jrlzl Columbia Missouri I ALFONSO JOHyJSQN Mmcnt SUBSCRIPTION BATES GtviCaJb ln 3raneeYear4JX months 2jM3omlis 1100 j By the weyc ju com single rcopies 5 cents- f jy3ail in Boone County Year m V mntittt xl CJW 4 ninnthk -- - - fwyi w Outside jtbe eountyr lear J45U 3 cvonlhs IL25 month 4a cents yayaole in advance Member Audit Bureau of lions Entered as second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBERS ftew s tAdfertisdng and Grculation 55 m Jrai PIRATES ON LAND long as the energy of American lailniad officials is directed cruelty 10- rd securing additional government aid id increased transportation rates that ity of business administration which ould automatically relieve the present ituation hill be lacking The war tampered and spoiled the railroads HI- li fclcs1itnMS Willi which nation is dependent upo...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

gir 7w theFfMWSpoTt I DECIDE BTLE MONDAY 1 - nmonship Bantam Weight Bout Will to Held in New York City stage i all set for the Lynch- un bantam title tout to be held in York Monday night i an was due to arrive yesterday England where he Trot Wiggins J dump in this weight to the bad bort session Lynchs home is in Vort ilcns arc anvious to get at cadi Liicli has received a Jot -of un let criticism since be won the belt I Hernan last winter and Hvman - lirtue of his string of victories since I occasion is certainly entitled to ter crack at the title Among Her- victories last winter was a bout ich he gae Jimmy Wilde English hibi champ his first worm eye of the rafters It goes without thai there will be one sweet little up in icw i oik ncimonusy iuj when these two 6ght4oaded boys at cacu ouier an ill probably scale slightly tier than Ljnch weighing near the pmmn 118 mark wIuleLynch will do ID brtler 115 Herman was over hi ia both his scraps in London Lynchs manager says there filtade bou...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 23 July 1921

C if f - i -3 r k 5 I ft gv S ir -U PAGE SIX PANAMA WANTS MORti FARMERS 5 Constructs 200 Miles of Roads Iuto Most Fertile Parts of Interior Br Vruird Ptttt Panam July 23 The government of Panama has sent special immigration apents to Czheco Slovalda August Italy Spain and the Canaries to induce farm era from thoe countries fo come to Pan- ami The government has begun the con struclion 61 200 miles of highways in the most fertile parts of the interior and in tends to follow with sereral hundred miles more with the idea of opening up the country But after the roads are built they will not be used unless new inhabitants are brought into the coun try The natire of Panama has his own farm and is living on it very content ally under primitive conditions in most cases He worts little but lives well His surplus produce is such as can con veniently be carried to a seaport on mule back and he enjovs the weekly trip to the tillage But such people cannot develop a countr because they are too bu...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

THE COLUMBIA Eff EJoU MISSOURIAN 1 gRTEENTHYEAR COLUMBIA MISgQUftJilONDAY JULY 25 192J LAST EDITION NUMBER 277 S HJTO ACCIDENT IS FATAL TO I LOCAL WOMAN r bliss Eulalia Scurlock Dies in Hospital Few Minutes I After Being Struck F oa Street JL UNIVERSITY EMPLOYE jirs S F Church Loses Control of Car and Crushes Girl Against Post on Walnut 3jits Eulalia Scurlock 1105 Paris loaJ died at 815 oclock this morning in Parker Memorial Hospital of in juria received a few minutes earlier ybes SDe WM uuvi uj iuiu bcuuu inrtn by Mrs- S F Church who runs i hoarding house at 607 Sanford place Miss was on her way to the Unverety business oBice where she oAkL She was crossing Christian Wit avenue at Walnut street as Mrs Qnnth was turning around the post to lick toward Christian College The ttrrnnt Mr locreu anu we rora attbrd Miss Scurlock against the lamp -pest en the north est corner Miss Srcrlock saw the car coming and named twice but cnuld not get out Jibe way She was rushed to Parker Jfawrial Ho...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

r A E r 1 P W fc fr F r PAGE TWO BOONE COUNTY FARMERS HAY BM jULT 28 Great Enthusiasm Now Shovrn in Preparation For the Big icnirJ 16 Be Held Here srO BE ALL DAY AFFAIR Programs Being Planned for Both Men and Women to t Visit7 College of jf Agriculture Hanest time is over and Boone Coun IT farmers arc ready to lake a location The Boone Count Farmers Picnic at Columbia on July 28 Will be a big pla day jf the enthusiasm hown by fanners in planning for the picnic is any indica tion TIk chairmen of the picnic commit tees lave received letters from all mer the county in winch the writers declare that they are warmly iii favor of the picnic The fclcrs alo say that farm ers are calling up their relathcs and r suggesting to thera that the day be an occasion fer family reunions The picnic will be an all day affair exclusive for the farmers It E L Hill vf the Commercial Club said today They will bring basket lunches and priad them on tables provided on Dean Mnmfords latin Ice water and lemon ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

News of Columbia Society d ittia Corinne Macley society editor feS appreciate it if you tritf telephone t Zttr turns belaeen 9 aid 12 oclock Rp iane 27- The marriage of Miss Eleanor Comber - j li II t v r 5 Louis mu rtiiifc ai ivsii 01 firr both former students in the irirenirr took Pace Saturday in 1 1 3tr and Mrs Wait came to Colum u vesterday and leave shortly for - T Ill a 1 XlBSU Uiy ilci linrj win U iu nun- jaoa where they Kill spend the re taiiider of the summer Mrs vas graduated from the 1nivenitr in 1919 and since that time jbu hew teaching in the public schools J St Louis- for inirteen jears she w a resident of Panama wherp her IS- fjer G w Comber u i civil en- giaeer Mr Wait was an aviator at Camp druthers Fort Worth Tex He and Jjn Wait Kill return to Columbia In lis fTl when he will enter the graduate nhool of the University Mrs C McVey Dumas Apart Bents returned to her home Saturday jijht after a three w celts visit Kith Mrs E R Shryock of Lees Summit and Mr tad Mrs C L...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

m g 1 I t b PACETOTO t -- L wr Jtte COLUMBIA EVENING 1 fntiliabcd evcrif evening except Suhaay by the -Missourian Publish Ing Association JdcJ Jay IL Neff Hal Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSONJ McUcot SUBSCRIPTION RATES City Cash in advance Year4JbO 6 months 200 3 months 3100 By- the wccV 10 ccEls tingle copies S cents Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months L50 4 month J100 4 Outside tbp count Year 450 3 cwntlis J 123 month 45 cents Parable in advance Member Audit Bureau ol Circula tions hntereil as second class mail mat- TELEPHONE NUMBERS News 274 Advertising and Circulation S3 SEVER THE BONDS On Tuesday AuguM 2 Missouri totes cpou the iciorid step leading toward a much needed nor state constitution To cave ionnion villi oilier propositions kbich will be voted opon at the same ame a separate ballot has been prepared it authorizes the calling of a constitution al convention There is no disputing that Missouri needs a new constitution The present antiquated illEling one has done well...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

li lil COULDNT -STOP iVARD YALE WS ON TRACK ford Cambridge Team De feated in Record Smash ing Program - Sij world records fell and a seventh fcjjequiled last Saturday when tlie ined tract teams of Harvard Yale 1 from the combined teamsof Ox Fjed Canbridge at Cambridge Mass -- tm wiper feat of Ned Gourdin negrj Utte of Harvard Universit who jurlr J lit bronzed form a distance a j fert and 3 inches in the running JjruJ jump in what lias been termed atlie greatest leap cAer made by a was easily the feature of the rec fj smashing program Gourdin in iilng hi spectacular jump shattered j irterd of 21 feet 11 34 inches which lis been held by Ireland for the last ivaAj years Gourdin won added 15 this meet by being the only en niol to place first in two events the Ojtnry dash and the running broad jusjv In the sixteen pound hammer throw J F Brown Harvard established a new Kcorii of 159 feet 33 4 inches thus giv ing Harvard another ol the two new rec ords hici lier athletes established lliat ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 25 July 1921

i Is1 r r t m rxcz SK EREIGHT WRECK KILLS THREE Engine and Ten Cars Plunge Into Missouri River Near Kansas City Bf LiutrJ Prni Ksis City July 23 Three men an engineer fireman and bnVenun were killed today then a Burlington frcizLt train fell from the track into the Missouri river fie miles north of here The engineers name as Nel ton the fireman Qurcnce Fay and the Bralcinan Qiarles Minchart all of St Jusejilu Itie train was in two sections of 144 cars and was enroule from St Joseph to Kan vis Citj The first ection got oier the defective part of the track safch officials of the railroad re ported The locomotive and first ten cars of the second section plunged into the river Seven cars were suhmerged below the surface of the water TO HAVE NEW MENUS FOR CATTLE AFTER TEST DIETS ARE ItfADE By Ui r4 Ptttu Calcarv Alia July 25 In a series of remarkable tests experts of the Uni verMtv of Alberta are working out new means for beef and dairy cattle that promise to revolutionize livestock feed...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

THIRTEENTH YEAR IJEWLERHERE 43 YEARS DIES I INIIBERTYMO Oscar DeWerthem Who Lived at the Odd Fellows Home Was Seventy Five Years Old BURIAL HERE TOMORROW Local Lodge Will Take Charge of the Body Which Will Arrive on Wabash at 330 p m Oscar E DcWetbern 75 years old for forty three vears a jeweler In Columbia cd this morning at the Odd Fellows Home at Liberty Mo The body -will be brought to Columbia for burial to morrow afternoon on the 330 oclock WafcaUi train Tie una rciiows lodge will have charge of the burial which will be in the Columbia cemetery Mrs DeWerthem Kill accompany the body from Liberty Mr DeWerthem cam eto Columbia In 1572 and Harried Miss Annie Galloway jn JSJ8 He conducted a jewelry busi ness with the drug firm of Gilman and Porter u their old building north of Jroaday for about twenty years ancU l l mi n i 1 Uler upciHTJ lua unu suic at 711 uiuau wit which he conducted until his health failed a few 5 cars ago For the last two years and a half he has been at the Odd ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

fc 8 t PACE TWO IMG0D1INESS OF SCHOOLS IS -PROVED EALSE figures Gathered in Southern States Show 99 Per Cent of Teachers Are Churchmen MOST PUPILS MEMBERS Educator Admits Occasional Failure of Instructors but Believes It Not General Public schools are not so ungodly as Mine would lure us believe 83 a ibe Literary Digest if e may take certain facts recently gathered in the South to be indicative ol Uic country as a vtfaole Not lcnR ago we learn Ifrnm the Presb Icrian Advance a statement vtas pub lished by some Southern papers that over 50 per cent of the professors in American universities do not believe in God and only a small per cent of the graduates come from such institutions with their faith in Cod unshalerf To lest the truth of this assertion as it con cerned the South the editor of a high school paper in Georgia we are inform ed tool a religious cenus of the State institutions in eleven Southern states Among fourteen such institutions he learned that 95 ocr cent of th of the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

fl ife5 of Columbia Society Is Was Corhsne nlcdey society IfcVir items letueen 9 and 12 i editor telephone o clock JVffJont ladies H2jr at the Country Club was bid for the lilne Members J tie dub ami their guests plajcd golf rainchcon -was served V the momnp i 1 oclock followed b several tables j bridge Tlie enlcrtainment if the day ms closed with a tta at 430 this after- soon Mtaber who inlertaincd guchts g fa buffet lunclicon were Mrs- A- Spencer whose guests m II Stephenson Mis Stanley tjuiaaud Mrs C E Givcns ot Fayette Jjx is the guest ol Mrs Spencer ber stcr lor a ecV Jlrs C C Miller whose guers were jbe mashers of the Knitting Club Mrs Beny McAlclcr Mr- E Sdncy phais Mrs Dudley Omlcy Mrs Charles V Digpes and Mrs Florence Kline Mrs J C Jones whose guests were Jin Patterson Bain Jr Miss Linctlc ffccglsss ol -St Louis who is tbc guest s5 irrrrt noE o -1 rf Mru ltf tfirsfin llnin Sf I - - -- -- Henderson all ot jj Kathenne Jones Mrs tusltck IJain n ind Mrs Talterson Bain Sr f 1 IM...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

i a fetr1 k S a PACEFOUR Tte COLUMBIAtEVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday by the Missoumn Publish ing Association loo Jay H Neff Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacee SUBSCRIPTION RATES Gty Year 4 00 6 months 200 3 ntfJith J1O0 By the week 1Q cents single copies 5 cents By Mail in Boone County Year 300 6 months 150 4 months jioa Outside the county Year 450 3 months 125 month 45 cents Payable in advance Member Audit Bureau of Circula tions Entered as second claw mail matter TELEPHONE NUMBERS News - 274 Adieitising and Circulation 55 THE SWINGING DOOR One policy certain to merit discussion at the Washington conference on dis armamrnt will be that of the open door Erst enunciated bj John Hay as describ ing Americas attitude tonad foreign exploitation of Far Eastern resources Since Secretary Hays famous declaration cf principle which found acceptance at the hands of the Powers the polic has been scrupulously maintained by the United States Within the month ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

-1 - 3- - sasssHwwsas - - i - - -- - - - ujl uivibia vjciii1ji iui53uuiu m i uiauAi j ujliuzo jvzu I fe Field of Sojtf ffflNS STATE TENNIS -TITLE Vincent Richards Defeats William T Tildcn in specajraiatch An llrtcar old boy Vincent Richards 0f New York defeated the -worlds ten nj champion William T Tildcn II of Providence 1 in the final ol the mi tcnni6 singles cliampionship f 2 6 1 2 6 and 6 0 It was Richards fifth foocssive -victory and the first defeat lofTildcn in a year Tiiilcn was hopelessly outclassed with the exception of the third set which he won with case The galleries thought that h n no1 keen extending himself io Richards proved by his work Snbe lik set that he had merely been taking things sy c bird 8et events vindicated this judgment Tildcn it is said has been teaching fit lad some of the intricacies of the pme which may in some measure ac coirat for the severe drubbingvhicb he received Saturday While Tilden was livioiiy on form Rot theworst of the breaks the winner d...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 26 July 1921

I t I PLV I PAGE SIX PICNIC PLANS ARE COMPLETE Farmers at Picnic Thnrsdajwfll Blake a Day of It Preparations for the reception of Boone Croat farmers on Dean Mum ford a lawn corner ol College avenue and the Ashland gravel are complete ccn to the guidebooks which will be presented tjach adult attending the pic nic There are a great many things in connection with the work of the Jtfsjonri College of Agriculture that the farmers will wish to see and for this reason a printed lixt has been prepared by each department enumerating and explaining the phases of its work that the visitors will see For convenience these have been bound together and will serve as a guidebook during the dajs tour of the grounds One of the features most spoken of among the farmers themselves is the ex hibition of the College mestock just fol lowing the basket dinner The famous animal in the beef and dairy herds and from the horse sheep and hog barns will be led out on the lawn so that all s may sec them without ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

1 i SSSpys - - AMENDMENTS TO SUBSTITUTE BILL REJECTED House Decides Not to Consider Senate Changes in Road Bill Which Goes to I Joint Committee -DEADLOCK MUCH FEARED Senate Had So Amended House Measure That It Was Al- most Like Original Ralph Bill Seanl U Tkt SinjUn I JcrrrasoN Cm- July 27 The Senile joadncsti to the committee substitute toid bill were rejected as a whole at 11 oclock this morning by the Home and tie road measure now goe to a joint conference committee for arbitration It reaaired only a few minutes for thej if j j j 1- House w ww ui tu mnsiucr we ocn tie amendments this morning Tie joint conference committee which mil begin its consideration of the bill other tonight or tomorrow morning will be composed of three membtrs from rich of the two houses of the Legisla ture The House members of the com mittee who were appointed this morn jag by Speaker S F OTallon are Wal ter E Bailey of Jasper County chair Bin of the House road committee and D L Bales of Shannon County an...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

B I r PAGE TWO BOONE fiOUNTY aiTZENSHEI SETTEE WEST Three of ThemrWcit in Wagon Train Which Carried First Threshing Machine IntrrUtah NECESSITIES VERI5 HIGH Boots Wliicli Cost TwoDolIars Jn Missouri Sold for Tuchc Dollars in California j f In the stars following 1841 in Cali fornia many men went from Missouri as teamsters m frcipht wayon trains The xere not hired for the return trip as no freighting compan could hope to get amone to rrturn from the cold counlry So the bis covered vaKont and six joVc of oxen that r ent villi roch were sold and the money received lalcn back to the companies bj the won master William Gnnstiad irlu Jived in Pet tis Count father of Hugh Crintcad no of Columbia las wagon master on several of llicc trips In 1857 lie was in charge of the wagon train that hauled the firt threshing machete ever taken acro the Rocky Mountain It was de livered lo Judge Carter nC Fort Bridger which was then included1 in the Terri tory of Ltak The macli tie was loaded on one of t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 27 July 1921

m im njj appreciate it if ou uill telephone society items bclu ccn y ana 11 o clock Telephone Zt tf The marriage of Miss Frances V Ir tih dsnghter of Mr and Mrs Charles H Irvin of Big Run Pa to Dr Radford J Pittam of Kansas Gty will take place t 7 oclocl tomorrow niglit at the home of Dr and Mrs J Thomas Pittam in Kansas Gty Only the immediate fam ilies ill 1 present during the ceremonj Doctor Pittam is a graduate of the University and while a student here was miite prominent in athletic work He is a member of the Phi Kappa Psi frater nity and eieral honorary organizations jntheUriveritv Mrs M V Brown of Brunswick is the picsl for federal weeks of Mr and Mrs F A Dalton on East Broadway Mrs F F Stephens 203 Thilly ave nue entertained with a porch part at hn home last night in honor or Mrs Ceorfe B Mangold of St Louis who is spending the summer in Columbia wth Doctor Mangold who is chairman of the sociology department of the Uni vtrsity daring the rummer session The piests who were pr...

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