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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1929

THE SIMMONS BRAND Cftwbovs Oben.CbnfeenceaSchedde Against St Edwards Tonight . . . - f. - - - .... ... .i ... - -. a mm a m a mm IT J 4 it Simmonsfflds Edges Over Visiting Quint Early Games Show Has Won Three. Out. of Six Practice .Congests; -Saints Lose Simmons Prlbfs and StudeSuPlaiirV Handicap Tournament for Spring Months at Crescfent Golf Course Locals Doped Best Other Conference Schools Lose Tilts Against Outside Teams Special Rate Made To Club Membership Remains i Open The Texas Conference baakctball season will put forth its first annual blossom of this season tonight when tho Simmons and St. Edwards teams meet in tho Cowboy Corral. It is likely that an Interesting: contest will transpire for both of tho opposing clubs havo been granted an imaginary first division position by tho dope fiends. Of the two teams tho Cowboys havo a slight edgo in the speculation by virtuo of past performances. Winning three out of six extra-conference games in tho past two weeks McCollum Out Bob ...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1929

TKi THB gIMMONi BRAND h$ JDru (Hoods do IMIHsUMaSHs SjWHHHHHHM MIIIMimiillJMmUlllB Work Progressing Rapidly On First Baptist Church 's Sunday School Structure Work Resumed January 1 On Four-Story Educational Building Annex Work on the FirstaBaptlst church's four-story education building has boon resumed And arrangements havo been tnado whereby the planning of nine years and the- work of three can be carried to completion sometlmo dur- ing the year 1029. Workmen have been busy since tho first of this year and havo filled in ihe concrccto framo work which has stood there since iluno of 1020 with a brick wall up to a height of ten feet reaching entirely around tho largo building which measures 140 by 85 feet. Thlrty-fivo' thousand dollars were lately raised by subscription which is enough to complete tho outsido of tho structures whilo raising funds for fin- ishing tho insldo aro not expected to givo tho financo committee trouble. Tho cost of this mammoth structure being erected to acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1929

"rfs "-p-'v t A-" i. Si I lj W tnu r ratUrnjSv. iw(rf aj'nw .. tf -4. 1 VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1929. No. IS irwrrr; N Senior Class Votes To Accept Juniors' Invite to Banquet Formal Affair to Be Held At Hilton Hotel On February 5 Committees Busy Jennings Will Deliver Ad- dress; Juniors Make Plans" February 6 ono week from next Tuesday is the now tentative date sot by the juniors in class meeting Tues- day night for the annual Junior- Senior banquet Thb date will be changed if any conflict should arise. Tho banquot will bo held at tho Hil- ton hotel. An invitation was given to tho senior class which was in session at Smith Hall at tho same time tho juniors were meeting in Mary Frances and tho invitation was ac- cepted after over an hour of heated discussion. The -feature which evoked lengthy argument was the fact that tho invi- tation was to a "formal" banquet Tho seniors finally accepted tho invi- tation to the banquet as it was stated by tho juni6...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1929

fix -.v 'V A THE SIMMONS BRAND U 'v Ft-- X- fl- lj- Hi- t". . ;. r" " ''V' t kv?& 7& i. weekly oollege aewapaper Hw wheol year by the Simmons ; Jwdy ex. Simmons University. BaUred m eeeesd Glass mail matter June 22 1917 at tho Tost-office 4 Abilene Texaa under act of March 3 187&I ' SobaeriptioH pries per year Member of the Texas Intorcollogiato Presa Association. Offico: First Floor Soionco Building. Downtown Office; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Joe Burton .. . Georgo Glazner. .......... .Sports Exchango and Managing Editor Nell Sewell ............................ ......... Columnist BUSINESS Bernard Buie Byron' Pollock Jim Barrett .. ...... Reporters Margaret Thompson Clarence "Wood Nina. Landers Elbert Hall.Lula Grace Williams. Ruth.Jennan;Fry; "Wilfred HaK- gard Elizabeth Borcn Erncstino voais jjucuc omun vino roiK cnts in Journalism 113 and 315. A NOBLE GIFT. It is with a great deal of gratitude thatvwtr.notorthe'nearcom- plctioaof tho paint...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1929

V. fWW.' ' $?;. BR: Sip' Jf; f. w: . c- 'R r 'rfP vr ' 4 ;i .:i ? . ST'''' -a V i- M "M! n. $ -? K- .a r if flK. THE SIMMON BRAND Simmons Cowboys and Austin Deadlocked For Conference Lead Ranchers Defeat Opponents Rated Best In Starters Third Game Of Season To Be Played Tonight Cowboys Favorite Win Opening Games Cowhands? Beat St. Edwards Arid Whip Pirates In Thrillers By George Glazncr. Tho Texas Confcrcnoo ractt (was tied when U started and it is tied now though there aro four less loops in the knot after a week of play. Simmons and Austin college w;!th two victories each and no losses aro sitting bn top of the league. A chango will bo effected Monday when tho two leaders moot in Sherman for their first clash. Howevor tho Cowboys already hayo ah edge on their chief rivals since; they have defeated the two ag- gregations rated tho most formida- ble in the conferences St. Edwards and Southwestern whilo tho Kanga- roos gained their standing at tho ex- penso of Trinity supposed to bo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1929

fcw4 THl SIMMONi BRAND V I JBroohs JDru ffioods do UUia Prof. Watts Gives Facts To Show Unusual Growth In Chemistry Department The Day After The JN jght Before Fish to Select - debaters Soon Values Equipment At Ten Thousand Two Instructors Employed And Variety of Courses Are Offered By NOLL SEWELL. ( By Clarcnco Wood. That tho chcfnlstry department of Simmons has had n phcnominal growth Is shown by tho facia given - out by Prof. Watts head of tho de- partment. From a Httlo two-room brick shock where Abilcno Hall now stands tho department has grown until it now occupies tho cntiro west end of tho second floor of Science haU. Tho chomistry department has n lecture room thrco laboratories threo stock rooms private offices research laboratories and equipment for tho instructors and students. Simmons has ono of tho best equip- ped laboratories in the South the stock and equipment being valued at $10000. In this department tw6 instructors arc employed Prof. Watts who Is head of tho depart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1929

-. ' " -i I mm --At a-?vW . o Hi- ' T I VOLUME XIII SIMMONS'-ttNIVKMnr; ABILENE. SATURDAY" FEBRUARY 2 VSlt f Cowgirls Stomp For Pathe News Coming Feb.5 Co-Eds Make Whoopee In Texas Stomp Dance As Band Plays Bandmen Shown Queen Grant Is First' Texan To Appear-On Front Of News Sheet "Co-eds mnko Whoopoo in Texas stomp dance" explains tho Pntho Nows Reel in introducing a group of Simmons University Cowboy and Cowgirl pictures which will be shown at tho Palace theater on Tuesday and Wednesday February 5 and 6. Tho Cowgirl Stomp made "famous at fbotball and basketball games Is featured in one of tho scenes. This is especially attractive- as tho Cow- boy stomp and broad saluto aro char- acteristic of Texas and cowboys. There aro about fifty girls in tho Cowboy uniform of broad hats big handkerchiefs boots jackets and skirts; in this" act which is led by Miss Glenna Fay Grant Cowgirl queen. The band is shown playing for the stomp. Tho Cowboy band under tho di- rection of Prof. D. O. Wiley ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1929

2JL THE SIMMONS BRAND i itifc i'. 9. ft At B:. 91. f ..' i t c r V h Kf- E&& I?.-. HjfJKmiimiaBrnna A wstkly mUm fcewsnaBar nubliahed every Saturday durinft tfe m)msI year by the Simmons Frees Club in the interest of the it Body of Bimmoaa University. as aOBd class mail matter June' 22. 1917. at the rost-offioe v t A Wm Texas tinder act of March 3 1879. flrtsiripUoa prfoe per year $2.00 Mwtobsr of the Texas Intercollegiate Pross Association. Office First Floor Soionco Building. DywBtswa Office; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF. Joe Burton ......-. w .......... . Editor-in-Chief George Qlazncr... ..Sports Exchange and Managing Editor Noll Sewell .... Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio k . . . k . . Business Manager Byron Pollock ........ Ass't. Business Manager Jim Barrett ....... Circulation Manager Reporters Margaret Thompson Clarence "Wood Nina Landers Elbert Hall Liria Grace'Williams Wilfred Haggard Elizabeth Borcn .Ernestine Brannen Beatrice Hall ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1929

t t & JUi. iV Br N - b ? r tfi" 4 I V r. u 5' ifc? C iN l ? i? 3. T Simmons Defeats Trinity Cowboys Take In 3'More Victories- On Road Trip With Austin College Beaten Cowboys Are Alone At Top Of Race Gregg Scores High Team Has Little Trouble With High Rated Kangaroos Ploying up to and above previous standards adhered to on tho homo court tho wild riding Cowboys swept through a short and successful road trip last week-end unscathed and re- entered tho domestic portals on top of tho Texas Conference. After put- ting out tho light of a group of all- starts In Brcckenridgo Friday night tho Cowboys preceded on to Trinity whero they won by a score of 40-21 Saturday night and capped their wanderings Monday cvo by walloping tho far-famed Austin Kangaroos with exactly tho samo I-don't-mean-maybo score. Tho victory over Trinity was pro- destined the sizo of tho score was the only thing in question. Johnny Gregg and Bob McCollum shared high scoring honors with 13 points each. The scoro was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1929

j - TMMMOXBRAHP ' ; j R ; 4 . . . . . .. - . 5 - L . IK -. . .. i MaaiHaMBaMMMMBBaHiMMHnnBaaaaiBKMaMBMnHKHaBinimoiHii u i Church Training Sunday With G. S. Hopkins .University Baptist church will open tho annual training school for Sunday School workers Sunday Feb- ruary 8 to continue- f o rono week. States' Sunday School" secretary G. S. Hopkins and Andrew Allen state Sunday School worker will assist J. Lee. Tarplejr educational director of University Church in directing tho school- Workers of tho local church will .bo members of.' tho faculty. Those in chargo of tho school arri ex- pecting tho enrollment to reach 300.. SENIOR EIANO STUDENTS. SET FIEST WEDNESDAYS FOR.REQULAE MEETINGS At a call meeting of tho senior piano class in tho Fine Arts auditor- ium Tuesday afternoon it was decided that tho class should havo a pago in tho Bronco and that individual pic- tnresj rather than a group picture should bo used. A 'definite; time for meeting was set for 4:30 o'clock on tho first Wedn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1929

' . ' Ml' .i.. t. - Ui " r 0 f'r-f "4. ' VOLUME XIII BIMMONS UNIVER8ITY ABILENE. SATURDAY FEBRUARY tyUlfc No. 17. Si n e ratmin)$ item fi I i Will Give Picture Of Pres. Sandefer To School Tuesday Low To Present Portrait; Judge C. M. Caldwell Will Accept "Dr. Plotkin Is Artist Full Length Painting Done Without Use Of Measures Tho life-size portrait of President Sandefer done by Dr. Potcr Plotkin Russian artist will bo unveiled and presented to Simmons university Tuesday morning: in a program which "Will also bo tho first scrvlco of tho tannual revival meeting. Bert E. Low who with C. C. Cow- den solicited all of tho money for tho picture will present tho work of art on behalf of tho men who arc giving it Judge C. M. Caldwell president of the board of trustees will accept the picture for the uni- versity. Tho program Tuesday will not de- part from tho revival which is to be- gin at tho chapel period under the leadership of Rov. Sam Morris ac- cording to a statement mado by Mr. Low. Sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1929

" - V IVlUM V THE SIMMONS QRAND t tv !v U. - i. k t J' ti -f- t - "?' r?wik A weekly eellege aewspaper published every Saturday during U aeheel year by the Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Jedeet Body of Simmons University. leterei as second class mail matter June 22 1917at the roat-offioo at AMleae Texas nnder act of March 3 1879. lebaeription price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Soienco Building. Downtown Office; Abileno Printing & Stationery Co. " i EDITORIAL STAFF joeliurton Editor-in-Chief -Geerge Glazner. . . . Sports Exchange and Managing Editor Noll Sewell Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio Business Manager Byron Pollock Ass't. Business Manager dim .Barrett ......... Circulation Manage: Reporters Margarot Thompson Clarence .Wood Nina Landers Elbert Hall Lula Grace Williams Wilfred Haggard Elizabeth Boron Erncstino Brannen Beatrice Hall John D. Coats Otho Polk Lena Sponce Ross Routh and students in Jou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1929

HE SIMMONS BRAND Cowboys Outscore Motionless Marvels of Trinity Teams Won't Try To Sblve Locals' Stalling Offense Low Scores Result From De- layed Offensive Style Of Play Win Sixth Straight j Gregg Is Again Leading Point Scorer As Cowboys Retain Lead Now almost universally known whether justly or unjustly as "the ' Stalling Wonders" the Simmons basketball quintet of Gregg Fitzger- ald Houghton McCollum and Smith remains unbeaten in the Texas on- fcrenco with six victorios. Tho lat- est additions to tho repertoire were g. encore numbers from tho Trinity Tigers and tho Austin College Kan- garoos who each met their second defeat at tho hands of tho Cowboys Saturday and Monday evening re- spectively. Tho score against Trinity was 21-13; against Austin 14-10. They Don't Choose to Run. Both of these teams elected to bo the victims of the so-called "stall" typo of play a type of play not orig- inated by tho Cowboys but certainly achieving unforeseen accomplishments in their hands. Both Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 9 February 1929

TIHJ SIMMONS ifcAND I JBroohs JDru (Goods do Contest Now Open To Literary Students Mne Prizes Ae Offered By Press Association Simmons Press Club To Submit Material 00WODIL AND BAND ABE SEEN AT LOOAL THEATER TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY It has boon rumored that ovory person has an Inclination to write and that somowhero within each Individ- ual is tho conviction that ho can ex- press most fittingly solutions to vex- ing problems. Thoso who havo reacted to this common impulse will rejoice when they learn about tho nine contests with prizes totaling fifty dollars which aro open to Simmons students. Tho first call for material to bo en- tered in theso contests was made this week from tho Brand offico. Tho contests embrace a wido range Including the various types of liter- ary work from short stories to familiar essays. Eight prizes of fivo dollars and ono prizo of ten will bo given final winners. Theso contests aro sponsored by the Texas Intercollegiate Press Associa- tion and one contribution...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1929

x 'v " ' T " ; At- J. tfjitf" . V'-'r: ' ?' 11 VOLUMK XIII P SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE SATURDAY FBDRUARY 16 1929. ilNa.. 18. Cowboy Band Incited To Attend Inauguration of Hoover March 4 A . -ivC-'- 3K 0 ' -l''f Two Services Daily ReingConducted In University Revival Rev. Sam Morris Alumnus Lcadcs In Services On Campus Ph'amtoiri Hill Marker Is Presented lifesizePoiitrait GfPrexy Unveiled AtChapetTuesdaj Richardson. Directs Program Of Presentation By Local Men Grant and Minis Represent Simmons In Three Debates On Texas Tour This Week Half of Expenses Already Assured By Train Officials Friends of Simmons Asked To Contribute Rest of Expenses Must Raise $2500 Friday Afternoon By History Qui) .la Program Featuuring Defense Posts I M-' c. IV - t ! If--. l Begins On Tuesday r Students Hold Daily Prayer Meetings;- Revival To Close Wednesday Under therloaderahip kofRev. Sam Morris Simmons' alumnus; tho annual university revival la now in. progress v and tho'evangelisfc-hns been deliver ing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1929

'-V2X TS.-". J ! a TOR SIMMONS BRAND C.V y fT . . ' s . . V J .s r ' k . " W- WM & st- 1 -f EV ?-.f i'. '- K jiV :;1 5& . S- v . kM. t. &.- i Sr - 'V -. ' -. & "i'r. ;J. t4 "' ' ' t. IfypSiraraonaBnwifl ' A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the aehool year by the Simmons Press Club in tno interest of the Student Body of Simmons University. Batered as second class mail matter June" 22 1917 at the rosvoffico -v il'i m .-. 1 i .1 U...L O "lOTO at Atmene xexaa uuuer act ui awtu u xoi j. Subscription price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollcgiato Press Association; Office i First Flbor Scionco Building. Downtown Office: Abilcno Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF Joe Burton Editor-in-Chiof Oeorgo Glazner. Sports Exchange and Managing Editor Noll Sewell Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Bernard Buio Business Manager Byron Pollock Ass't. Business Manager Jim Barrett . Circulation Manager Reporters Margaret Thompson Clarenco "Wood Nina Lando...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1929

If: ).- THE 8IMM0N8 BRAND I W vt. Cowboys Defeat Jackets Two Games To Continue Conference Win Victims Use Fighting Man-to-Man Defense Against Delayed Offense; Simmons Registers 8 T. C. Victories Bob McColIum Rangy Cen- ter ts High Point Man Both Contests In tho semi-final games of tho con- ference season tho Simmons Univers- ity Cowboys swept on their unbeaten track with two decisive wins ovor tho Howard Payne Yellow Jackets bring- ing homo their seventh and eighth straight conference victories. With theso games tho Cowboys havo run the gamut of Texas Confercnco oppo sition without a loss Both tho games with tho Jackets featured Simmons' delayed offenslvo which tho Payneltes opposed with a fighting man-to-man defense. Thoflrst gamo was a hard fought affair in tho literal sonso of tho phrase 23 porsonal fouls being called 13 on tho Jackets and 10 on Simmons. Tho hounding led 0-4 at tho half and increased their lead in tho last only with a maximum of effort. Tho Cowboys put over many ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 February 1929

. f-ryWJf Page 4 THE SIMMONS BRAND W sp7'PI I l . h IS oods o BMiBmuiuiiBaiffliBaHiitiiaiintntiiaaitctiitntguKBai ' "W H WE GIVE Jttf CBEEM fiTAMM I LIFESIZE PORTRAIT OP PREZY UNVEILED IN CHAPEL TUESDAY (Continued from page t) thanks to nil for tho opportunity of painting tho portroit of a mnn like President Sandcfer. "Sometimes words fail" he said "where art and music can take their plnce. I havo enjoyed knowing Dr. Snndcfcr. I studied his character that I might put it on canvas and through knowing him I find him to be humble and child-like yet a colossal giant in intellect and spirituality." As Dr. Plotkin concluded Mr. Low presented him with an additional token of theri appreciation over and above the momctary consideration hlrcody promised him. President Sandcfer concluded tho program saying that words were in- adequate to express his gratitude for the honor done him and especially for the spirit manifested in the giv- ing of tho picture. Quoting Dr. Sandcfer: "It is not fine bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1929

ryw . 4.? ri1? v VJL ' J ' 1 . VOLUME XIII SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 ltt. No. 19. ' M r-Uf .T -""n" ffrg fimmoas Brant Br J -'' Simmons Forensic Team Drops Three Contests On Tour Mims And Grant Loose To St. Edwards Baylor And Trinity Win Tilt at Baird Solomon And Dunlap Defeat St. Edwards Away From Home Simmons university suffered doublo ( defeat Friday night of lost week in debates hero with Texas Christian university and at Waco with Baylor university. Tho two discussions represented Simmons' "corners" of a three-year triangular arrangements between tho three institutions. Simmons won both of Its discussions in the triangu lar affair last year. Zollio Stoaklcy and Lonnle Smith affirming the proposition; Resolved that a jury of five or seven expert jurists should be substituted for tho present jury system in both civil and ' criminal casos lost by a 2-1 decision of the judges to Hugh Buck and Lloyd Armstrong at the university auditorium. Joo Mims and Ralph Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 February 1929

&'."- THK SIMMONS BRAND - i 4 S WhljrtHsg Mmpipk published every Saturiayduriag Mm mmMi fttd by tW1 SUmkom. Pres Club in the interest of the Will Qtt BiwOM Uajveraity m Mwmd alaas mail matter June 22 1917 at the rost-offico Aailww Twm wider aet of March 3 1879. Open Range By Nell Sewelt rhjdoa priee per year $2.00 Mwjffretf of t the Texai laterooMag iate Preg Aaaeoktion. Of flee; First Floor Science Building. tim aUwri Of fiee ; Abilene Printing & Stationery Co. EDITORIAL STAFF M'Jh&ti ........u m...i.... .Editor-ia-Chiof Gteerge Glazner. .......... .Sports Exchango and Managing Editor NettSewell .. Columnist BUSINESS STAFF Beraard'Buie' ... . ... ........ i BuBinwa' Manager Byroa Polloek . . Ass'k Business .Manager Jim Barrett . . Circulation Managor - HeporiersMargaret Thompson Claronce "Wood Nina Landers "Mbert Hall Lula Grace Williams Wilfred Haggard Elizabeth Boron Braeetine Brannen Beatrice Hall John D. Coats Otho Polk Lena Speaea Bess South and students in Journal...

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