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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 October 1919

rpBft? -/' • V % tra&,v • • Vf " * *'* ? '*2 Bt' SI . wm W' ' R'S V Mi: ff SUPPORT THE Y. M. C. A. Financial Campaign with Your Dollars. M m ■*** *>* «# ###«#«# < PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 5 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, OCT. 28, 1919 Southwestern Beat T. C. l_T. 10 to 0. Baylor is Next! ANNEX FOUJES FEATUR-. Y. W. C. A. ACTIVE ED SATURDAY EVENING ZEIGFIELD'S REVUS RIVALLED BY WEIRD FOLLIES IN WOMEN'S , GYMNASIUM FOR S. U. GIRLS YOUNG WOMEN HOLD Y. W. O. A. VESPER SERVICE WEDNESDAY EVENING V ' v!.\ * ' m % j/;«: W;.V • JffP . *j$! A multiple-act vaudeville revu was the center of attraction at the Annex nast Saturday evening. The entire cast was furnished by the women of the Woman's Building. The Tennis Club (was the beneficiary^of the occasion. The performance, which was given in the gymnasium at the Woman's Build- ing was indfeed a 'grand success." On th...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 October 1919

%~-fl • B H I I 1 F>-' - I# Pf> "A ' - wk:f- , ± ;'•\ $' ■ mm fill I mk K ®I|p HegaiibmtP EatabliflijriJ 1311? Kp§jM QUjirtwmtl? $rar I Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. ROBERT G. MOOD, JR ' Editor-in-Chief HENRY D. AKIN s Assistant Editor C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Manager ERSYL BATTLE General Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant. Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.25 PER YEAR BLACK HOSE It is not for The Megaphone, particularly the boys of the staff, to pose as fashion editors or critics of costumes, nor would we in any way assume a dogmatic air about any opinion we m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 October 1919

'■■■.mEfV. v. • ■Iff; v^ -^v-'•■::f ''';'.'■■• ■?^V / p w "*:'■" ■- * '•• iwprr y. .. ,v ... > ■ T. W. HAS SUNRISE BREAKFAST |v •< Under the auspices of the Y. W. C. A. recreational department, a jolly bunca * of girls enjoyed a sunrise breakfast on Monday, October 27th. The girls left the Annex at 6:30 and walked to Lion's Head. Over a camp-fire they cooked bacon and eggs and toasted bread. With coffee, this furnished a delightful break- fast. The girls returned about nine o'clock and all expressed the hope that there would soon be another. Those present were. Oleta Youngblood, Olive Williams, Sara Shaw, Annie Edward Barcus, Virgil Elkins, Helen Oatman, Eloise Matthews, Mary Lucy Marberry, Cecile Dowdy, Mildred Alfred, Velina Wilson, Margaret Haygood,Fannie Kate Price, Ruby Mosesj -Fern Whittington, Minnie Stewart, Lois White, May Suth- erland, Marie Barfield, and Sue Mood. FRESHMAN PARTY POSTPONED Due ,tp some dissatisfaction among the Freshmen concerning the proper time for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 28 October 1919

* THE RHYMERS COLUMN THE BELL King on, you peace disturbing bell, ring * on! Ten thousand times you'll ring for ra( iu vain.* You rouse our peaceful slubers. Your success Stops with the bell. Within these rest- ful halls Your work is all for naught, nor doth remain An echo of your ringing, save when lo, We hear your ring again and like through fire We rush into the dining room and by the dean Without a belt, uncombed, unpowdered. and unknown. —Erly Ryzer. ATTTUMN AND I'EACE Now the summer-time is ending and the leaves are turning brown; Harvesting is almost over and the Au- tumn's settling down. Thru the cane patch and the cornfield and the neighboring grove of wood Comes the soothing breeze at twilight, and to live again is good. Oh, God knows life's worth was paltry just one year ago tonight For us boys who faced our duty in the bloody hell of fight;' >- But thru lessons that were costly and thru hardships full of woe There we learned to live as brothers and our ljetter selves ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 November 1919

v.":.; "* p.W,:'-.- Wy-r^^^w\ ■:^y>v " wmww: ■K rf SUPPORT THE Y.M.C.A. Financial Campaign with Your Dollars. «* X * ###########. *##########################« PUBLISHED. EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAB BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OP SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 5 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1919 SUPPORT THE Y. M.C.A. , Financial Campaign with Your Dollars L ff *%■ # J. 'P! ^VJ WORLD FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM AT Y.W.CJL Costumed Girls Present National Problems of Various Races. The first of the popular World-Fellow- ship programs occupied the Y. W. C. A. , hour Sunday. With the singing of "Speed Away" the girls assembled in the parlors where a piano solo given by Mist Madden made an atmosphere of quiet solemnity over the group. Miss Annie Edward Barcus represent- ing America, announced for the subject, ""America, the World's Captain," and in a few sentences explained the meaning ■"Even in the days of the Pilgrim fath- ers," she said, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 November 1919

■ V'Wrli \ K If.' ®l|p iHexjartltuttP Efllabliflljril 19flf QTtlirtrmtlf flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at . Georgetqwn, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. • ' * ROBERT G. MOOD, JR Editor in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM f. Business Manager ER8YL BATTLE General Assistant fiditor HENRY D. AKIN. . Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS .'.... . .Assistant Editor AUBREY A. GRAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BERGIN Assistant Editor IVY STRAW Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY .... Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $1.25 PER YEAR "College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time." —Justice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 November 1919

• :<"V RI. W- f- § -HOF SUITS The genuine article. Look for the label in back of collar. See our window display. 10 doz $1.00 Four-in-hand Ties on sale 85c each Phone 235. We will get it to you in a jiffy. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS ' DFfy GO a OS & EVERYTHING TO WEAR' OPERETTA CLUB ORGAN- IZED; ELECT OPFICERS * • - Oatman, Hitchcock, Barcus, Blanks For Important Duties. In called meeting Monday morning after chapel the girls of the Operetta Club met and elected officers for the be- ginning of this term's work. Helen Oatman was elected president, Helen Hitchcock vice president, Annie Edward Barcus, secretary, and Mary Blanks li- brarian. Margaret Barcns was appoint- ed chairman of a committee to boost the club. Wednesday evening at 7:15 o 'clock was the time chosen for weekly meet- ings. Copies of the selected operettas are now in the hands of Dean Kraft and chorus practice will begin immediately. Robert D. Woolsey of the Georgetown High football team died last night' of pneumonia wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 4 November 1919

\ ";- ■ *v- 1 -■. ■v ■f- m f . ■p i IT1 §■- K; ( Hi i I IE ,. Hp I e m, W' m J KT.' Hr ' K F ft'. ■g- K:r mp" ' I-' Ef- ■8 K BP-' I I « Hm* i r i ■ p K M- I I ■r I f- >/ R; t I II E Kg! • SYSTEM Events of the past week have demonstrated beyond the least possibility of a doubt that the system of University dis- cipline is completely misunderstood by practically all the new students of Southwestern and by a large majority of the old students. It is true that this misunderstanding has come about, in part at least, because of an attitude of interference with stu- dent Self-government by faculty members and by the growth of a kind of paternalism among the members of the faculty. It is true also that before the present system of dicipline can become really efficient, certain very radical and far-reaching reforms must take place. These reforms must include a far-reaching cam- paign of education as to the meaning and functions of the Honor Councils, the reorganization and reforming of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 November 1919

Mi ........ .-.>.&TA\L.,r V.'.v W p^pr. ' ■ ' ■ -*r- «?*w :-*m* 'S^t $py -, •;• v £V: . .* - 4 * * i « •• 'MR V ' v.1 * ,;' iff. J "'• c- r \t * PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 6 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1919 SOPH FLAG SUCCUMBS TO FROSH CLIMBER CLASS OF '23 REMOVES SOPHO- MORE PENNANT FROM DIF- FICULT POSITION l> 'f^v While all the Sophomores were absent at the High School game Friday, Fresh- man Herman Smith climbed the greased flag-pole in front of the Administration building and, standing in a perilous po- sition past the last joint of pipe, cut the Blender rope holding the Sophomore ting and the white and yellow pennant sail- ed to the ground and was seized by a dozen Frosh, who conducted it to a Teady-made bonfire. The flag was made from an old table- cloth and had been raised to the top of the flag and then the halyards were cut and the pole...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 November 1919

1 V i ®hr iipyaplninp tatabliflljrii 1UUT ffiljlrtrrutl] $rar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at. the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. BOBERT G. MOOD, JB Editor-in-Chief C. E. WILLINGHAM Business Manager EB8YL BATTLE General Assistant Editor HENBY D. AKIN , ...Assistant Editor TOM H. GIBBS Assistant Editor AUBBEY A. GBAVES Assistant Editor JOE L. BEBGIN ' Assistant Editor IVY STRAW .' Assistant Editor HAZEL OATMAN Assistant Editor LAURA COURTNEY Assistant Editor LUCILE SNIPES Assistant Editor GRACE ANNA KERR Assistant Business Manager MANLEY LEE PEARCY Assistant Business Manager CHAPMAN DAVIDSON Assistant Business Manager SUBSCRIPTION PRICE .....$1.25 PER YEAR '' College spirit is a bold and hardy determination to cultivate and discipline our powers, with the aid of all that men have learned before us; and then to pour the whole stream of our power into the noble tasks of our time." —Justice Wendell P. Stafford. Supreme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 November 1919

J.. $&mul Jti* '& WPSPPI m - • • • HOTgWajfS ¥,£ I I . THE FIRING LINE IS THE Y.M.C.A. UP TO STANDARD? The local Y. M. C. A., as an organiza- tion devoted to the purpose of keeping alive and developing the religious life of the students is failing in its purpose and is losing the confidence of the stu- dent body in its ability tq foster such a religious life, and a reason for this state of affairs is not hard to find. For two Sundays in succession the Y. M. C. A. cabinet has not offered any kind of a service or program. The Y. M. C. A. cabinet, or, at least, a part of it, is not awake to its responsibilities. , If any cabinet member is not person- ally interested in the religious side of student life, he should resign at once, or if any member of the cabinet is too busy with other activities to look after the problems of the Y. M. C. A., it would be to the best interest of the school for him to drop some social activity and de- vote his time to the Y. M. C. A. work. It is no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 11 November 1919

■■ ft'; THE RHYMERS COLUMN OOD'S HANDWRITING He writes in characters too grand For our short sight to uiulerstiiad; "We catch but broken strokes, and try To fathom all the mystery >• Of withered hopes, of death, of life, The endless war, the useless strfife— But there, with larger, clearer sight, "We shall see this— His way was right I —John Oxenham in "All's Well." THE MANLY WAY When the world grows dark about you And you're feeling mighty "down," When the clouds of melancholy Darkly hover all around, Oh, how hard it seems to bear it, Its depression to withstand, But to smile on proves true courage— 'Tis the symbol of a man. Oft in gloom we brood so vainly . But to fill our paths with woe, But the man who's his own master Does not find his journey so. If you frown when troubles gather, Yours shall be a realm of strife; But for him who smiles on bravely Is the fuller, happy life." —A. A. G. BARTER Life has loveliness to sell— J y W: m, ■ All beautiful and splendid things; Blue wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 November 1919

Hipmp ■ '.*■ •/t ■ '■*" ■ ■r'^JiMHI vjH -V >; WfrlJwW?' •y' PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 7 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 17, 1919 C"% wvtMin FIRST OF STUDENTS' I PHI MUS HOSTESSES RECITALS GIVEN Interesting Progeram Presented by Ex- pression and Piano Departments Monday evening ill the' University Auditorium was presented a most inter- esting and talented program by the stud- ents of the Fine Arts Department. The .piano selections were all beautifully Tendered with marked skill and inter- pretation. Especially pleasing was the one vocal number Bung in lyrical soprano. The Expression Department numbers were all "highly entertaining and brought forth much applause. The entire recital was a fair representation of splendid work on the part of instruc- tors and students. The following was the program: FOR GALA FROLIC CABARET STYLE VAUDEVILLE FEATURE NOVEL ENTERTAXN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 November 1919

mwwmmmmmrnmm A •••>* •• '.' • w."' ■, , • ■ ,-y ■ ; J+ . . ; V - .p. . , ^ jgw* ■f I I ®1tp Hwjajihonp tfltabliflijrd 1907 ®tjtrtrrntlj flrar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. THE GLEE CLUB We have a splendid school in Southwestern, but what has be- come of the Glee Clubs which for so long were such an important and popular factor in college life? Each year until a year or two ago Southwestern sent out a Glee Club that equaled any in the State, but where is now the spirit that made.the Glee Club? A Glee Club is an organization through which the attention of many prospective stu- dents may be attracted to Southwestern and an organization which should play prominently in college activities. "We have as good ma- terial this year as ever, and with the encouragement of the Faculty we can have as good a Glee Club as ever, so let's get busy and revive this sadly neglected phase of colle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 November 1919

«7 == -«- * ■ ■ - - MISS MARGARET HUTCHISON VISITS SOUTHWESTERN "Y' V Students' Volunteer Convention at Des Moines, Iowa, Presented; South- western to Send Delegates r N Miss Margaret Hutchison, of Dallas, Y. W. C. A. Secretary for the South- western Field, was a guest of the Y. W. C, A. at the Annex for several days last week. Miss Hutchison came back to Southwestern as a friend having been here foi n«whort time last year and she was of great inspiration in her personal association with the girls. Her direct message was that of the Student's Vol- unteer Convention to be held at at Des Moins, Iowa, for live days beginning with the first of January, but sb whs also ,really concerned with local Y. W. C. A. work here. She held conferences with the various committees and gave helpful advice and suggestions. She was pleased with the great work the Y. W. C. A. was doing here, especially with the wide field covered. Sunday after- noon Miss Hutchison met at tlie Annex with the combined Y. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 18 November 1919

V.f - - i ■': 1 w * - A.' •' JfcLtf'' fcgrfki' 1 s just i ii'iMiaiTiSTii ' Vitfii" / i ^ c* "*'■ *.4. ".■ /*■ 5 5 5 c a package before the war ¥ c a package during tbe war 1 « c a package NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! 137 Why Wait? It's only a short time before you will start patronizing The Palace Barber Shop We want you to start NOW and keep the good work going. Respectfully, i A. W. HOYT, Proprietor 3* * 0. K. GROCERY CO. ' Phone 79 'The Quality Store" Phone 79 Welcome Students of Southwestern needing Good Things to Eat We have Quality, Variety and Correct Prices. Just received, new S. U. pennants, pil- lows and skull caps. Wilcox Bros. . Crochet threads and woolen yarns, all colors and' varieties, at Cash Bargain Store. Quick servicc in cleaning, altering, ffcand. pressing. W. H. COWLEY, The Tailor. LET JACK WRAY Have your LAUNDRY Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Service and Satialac- tion Guaranteed. See Our Complete Stock of Jewerly, Watches, Clocks, Silverware, Cut Glos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 November 1919

-to -•/ \y / h &}: ,# ".i ; # *. J&& • / # • fe;.. '-. ft-' ' * ': Every S. U. Student Belongs in the «ROOTERS* SECTION Next Thursday ■ PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAE BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 THIRTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XIII NUMBER 8 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 1919 Do you want S. U. to WIN? Be in the Rooters' Sec- tion Thursday AND ROOT! PROF. S. E. PRITCHETT DIES AT SAN MARCOS WAS MEMBER OF BOARD OF TRUS- TEES AND LIFE LONG FRIEND OF SONTHWESTERN i '© "• The death of Prof. J. E. Pritchett oc- curred Monday of last week at his home in San Marcos. He had been ill only a few days and his death came as a shock to all. Prof, Pritchett was well known among the student body here, as he was a mem- ber of the Board of Trustees and a life- long friend of Southwestern Universi- ty, The University is very much in- debted to him for many acts of friend- ship and large endowment funds. The influence of Prof. Pritchett not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 November 1919

■*? '. <rM WMSm CalabltBljrii 1907 SHjirlrputlj fpar Entered as second-class mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the postofflce at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. OUR THANKSGIVING T' Next Thursday we observe another Thanksgiving Day., How many of us have thought of it except as a holiday? To most of us that is its biggest meaning. That memorable day instituted with such true purpose has lost its deeper meaning. Is it possible that for such a nation, such a time we can fail to to be thankful? Can we students fail to recognize our cause for thanks? We know our reasons for thanksgiving. We have heard them enumerated until there is a slight feeling of resentment. It is not that we are ungrateful—it is rather the spirit of youth. We have become accustomed to good things, we look upon them with indiffer- ence. As students, we hardly realize the greatness of the present— to the future we are looking. Then is not this wonderful future that holds everything for u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 November 1919

Tr* , >■ . m-y INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES. UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS A central publicity council, sponsored by the regents and backed by the clubs and. staffs of the various publications of the University, is to be formed at the Uiversity of Texas. Use of the small- er newspapers of Texas, use of bulletins and many other devices are to be used to secure publicity for the University. The Frosh have offioially commended the green Freshmen caps for use on six days of the week. A design lil$e the overseas caps is to be used. The Haskell Indians were defeated by the State University by a 13 to 6 score. A display of 1300 war posters used during the war to foster the various war enterprises, is being held in the Educ*: tion Building. Wrestling matches are to form a fea- ture-of the athletic program. Flag ceremonies honoring the Univer- sity dead were a feature of the Univer- sity Armistice celebration, The Juniors entertained with a mask- ed costume ball. A1 H. Mayfleld of Normangee has pledged to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 25 November 1919

■p: ■ I B: i' i i 5 5 c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! I 187 George Truitt came by to visit his sis- ter en route to Bay City and other southern points. Thomas and Preston Stanford of Aus- tin, formerly students of Georgetown High School, visited Vergil Long Friday and Saturday. Lee Curtis came over from Belton Saturday and visited friends. LET JACK WRAY Have your" LAUNDRY Agent for Troy Steam Laundry Service and Satiaiac- tion Guaranteed. Wm.: Ethel Hagelstein visited in Austin last week. ' Miss Laura Kuykendall is in Galves- ton on business. She returns Tuesday. Bobert Arner of Brownwood visited Arnold Krickheimer Thursday. Billy Miller, who was a mascot of the baseball team a year or two ago, visit- ed some of his University friends last week-end. Why Wait? It's only a short time before you will^start patronizing The Palace Barber Shop We want you to start NOW and keep the good work going. Respectfully, A. W...

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