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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1918

<& - Volume 3 BME ^STITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1M, 1918 Number 9 nt)E 10 AM Of Turn STRiCT MtLtTARY REGtME )8 SUPPLANTED BY NEW ORDER OF THiNGS tN MiHTARY AFFAiRS. New Rutes Are Announced At a Massmeeting—Student Body Catied Together by Trustees—R. O. T. C. To Be Retained—Changes Particu)ar!y Affects Dorm- itory Life and Women Students—History Of Recent Occurences. "Boys, that is the sweetest music I have ever heard in my life," were the words of Captain Baker after the en- tire student body had shown their ap- proval of the termination of Rice as a military institute by giving that famous yeii of "Yea-a-Rice" with more pep than it has ever been given before. At 12 noon of Saturday, February 9, the strict military regime, which had been in force since September and which had turned Rice into a military institute, was replaced with the Rice of old with an R. O. T. C. in addition. The dif- ferences of the students and the man- agement of Rice became very noticeable on the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1918

P&ge Two THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston, T< Entered as second-class matt'er#October 17, 1916. at the postoffiee at Hous ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Texaoh matter^Octoh toffiee at Hot Subscription Hates. I'^r copy 10c I'er Academic Year .76c iiusiness Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. Hoy H. Liiiard Editor-in-Chlaf J. T. Mather, Jr Managing Editor Catuiiie Waggatnan. . . Associate Editor i{. W. Patten Business Manager I'hone Hadiey 4 803 Albert Thomas. . . . Circuiation Manager Mary Ciark Weir..Asst. Cir. Aianager T. S. Simons Athietic Editor J. Hnrlyn Carson. .Asst. Athletic Editor i)ick Taliaferro. . .Asst. Athietic Editor consider the gulf aiready passabie, for the psychological ^ar and differencaa are gone. We are aH friends, trustees, facuity and students. We have a common cause—the good of Rice. The oid spirit is back and "Yea-a-Rice" sounds good to the trustees as weH as to the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1918

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 16, 1918 Page Three /or Tuffly <8? Scoggins Company 524 Af#%n iSfreef R7CE HOTEL BtMLDfJVG Tb Adffer#Fe %%e Army *37%oe Special Price to Rice Institute Cadets .75 a Pair 77?e jBesf M ne^er foo gooJ M)Aen i/OH are %/. H Phone Madiey 44, Fannin and EagteSts, Vour Boo^ &ore PILLOT'S ^09 Ma/n 5/ree? OWLS BEAT BEARS IN TWO CONTESTS Pnom 'PMSTOM Le/ Us J^noM? Your W'an;s--M'e'M Do /Ae Resf. OWL SUPPLY J. A. KUBLER, Proprietor Opposite the Campu: Texas Barber Shop 5)3 Mom Street !n front o! Rice Hote) WAwc H^ce AutMW<B .SfMdfnfj Fce( of WOMH OPEN AT NiCHT (Continued from Page 1.) the Owls, this young fellow showing his old form. Dodge got in the game for a few minutes. WTiile he was in he made three field goals with apparent ease. Judging from this, Dodge seems none the worse for his recently frac- tured ankle. Dormant and Titnmons played their usual steady games. For Baylor, it was Robinson who seemed to have the best shooting eye. This man made 14 of Bayl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 16 February 1918

Page Four THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 16, 1918 SEVERAL CHAMES !M REGMOHSMTO ACTtOH OF TRUSTEES (Continued from Page 1.) and march into the mean hat!, but no roli call sliail ba made. (6) Military Conduct. 1'nifortus aha!! be worn at all times except in athletic work or when special permission is given to wear citizens' clothes. (7) The usual respects must be paid to superiors. (N) Cadets \vho report each other for infraction of rules shall not discuss such action together. (!)) General Conduct. (a) Smoking on campus shall be confined to the cadets' room. (b) Firearms are prohibited. (c) intoxicating liquors shall not be tnought on campus or in the halls. (d) Cames of chance for monetary consideration shall not be carried on. (et There shall be no hazing on the campus. Several minor rules follow which per- tain to the usual routine of school life. The orders were signed by Captain T. Ai. Itcngan, commandant of cadets, and approved by President Edgar Od^li Lovett. Captain Haker said that t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1918

THE Volume R BME INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 3,1918 Number 10 OWLS KM TEMS t) BUM Of CAKES MCE MAKES CLEAN SWEEP OF AUSTIN SERIES, TAKING TWO CLOSE CONTESTS. Both Games Are Hard Fought, ^Second Being Particularly Fierce—Kings- land, Dodge and Titnmons Star —Scores 4(1-3# and 81-87. Rice had littie regard for Longhorn basket baii hopes Monday and Tuesday. Although the "Texan" said the "dope was upset," they would hardly have had it "doped out" otherwise than a win for the Owis, if they had seen the quintet in their rejuvenated form. As it is now, if Rice doesn't chalk up two more vic- tories this week, it wiil be a surprise to Houston dopesters. The Texas games came as the wind-up of the Longhorn season, and on their home court, making the defeats doubiy hard. Coming aiso, at the hands of the Owis, a team whom they had defeated earlier in the season, possibly added a further touch of rancor. The first game, 40-36, on Monday ev- ening, was aii Rice's, from the opening whistle unt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1918

Page Two THE THRESHER. MARCH a, 1918 THE THRESHER A fortnlchtly periodica! pubUshed by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-ciaes matter October 17. 1916. at the postoffice at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Hates. Per copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c Business Office, Room 104 Administra- tion Buiiding. Roy E. Lillard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Rather, Jr Managing Editor Camiiie Waggaman... Associate Editor R. W. Patten Business Manager Phone Hadiey 4 803 Albert Thomas. . . .Circulation Manager Mary Ciark Weir..Asst. Cir. Manager T. S. Simons Athletic Editor J. Hartyn Carson. .Asst. Athletic Editor Dick Taliaferro. . .Asst. Athletic Editor Staff Reporters J. I'. Jungman Miss Sarah Lane Sven Helland Miss Anna Ricketts J. ft. Shannon L. A. Iteiber E .H. Hathorn editor fa the editoriai column. The Government shail decide, though, who shall be number two and number three of the rear rank in France, and from the Leon Springs cont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1918

THE THRESHER. MARCH 9. 1918 Page Three T%y *Spcce /or Tuttly Scoggins Shoe Company R/CE HOTEL BUfLDJNC 7b A<%fer#Fe f%e #erm<3n RegrM/<gi%oM Army <S%oe Special Price to Rice Institute Cadets $6.^5 a Pair 77?e Regf M MjAaf Rfce ^MJenfs gef M)Aen ?Aet/ 6nt/ jfrom Phone Hadley 44. Fannin and EagieSts, Vour Roo^ ^ore HLLOT'S -^09 Maw &ree/ PH0WE^^y^^R3^0t K^E^mMwiiY{ ta06'/:t PRESTON Lef L/s ^fnoap Hour M^e7/ Do OWL SUPPLY J. A. KHBLER. Proprietor OppoMte the Campu: Texas Barber Shop 5)3 Main Street' la (ront of Rice Hote) WAcrc H^ec fmr^ryre -SfudenM Fee/ or Home OPEN AT NtGHT A- WAR COURSES RAVE SPEEOHRHGRESS !'HACTltAt, WORK KOW BEtXG RH EX !\ GAS EXGtXES AND AVIRHLE88 COHtSES. Gas Motors and Wireless Apparatus Are Installed to Further Progress in Studying Practical Side- Lab. Work Xecessary. Owing to the approaching exams, the special war courses at the Institute have been cast somewhat in the background. A short time ago Mr. Asgarrd completed a series of lectures on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 March 1918

Page Fonr THE THRESHER, MARCH 8. 1918 G)m7nunKM%mn5 BVT WHY CONFMCT? Note.—The communication below va< contributed by a young woman student, who takes issue with the articie on the conflict between Iteligion and Science, recently published in these columns. The pages of the Thresher are aiways open to the publication of similar dis- cussions. If you have something to say, say it on paper and send it in. If it is of general interest it wiii be printed. "The universal naturalism that sci- ence substitutes for the supernatural creations of religions is no ionger a mere hypothesis agreeable to the scien- tific mind—it is a plain matter of fact." With this statement Mr. Lasay con- cluded his recent able article on the Conflict Between Religion and Science. Without doubt it is a plain matter of fact—our Ministerial Alliance for the prevention of Darwinism, agnosticism, atheism, infidelity, etc., to the contrary notwithstanding. But. that fact having indeed been es- tablishcd for to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 March 1918

THE WTHRtSHER Volume 3 BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 33,1918 Number 11 MHMLL MM tssntu [ i OUt OF LAST YEAR'S VETERAK8 ABE BACK TO START TEAM OFF. New Aiaterial Lookit Fair—Exantu Play Havoc With Athletics—Pitching Staff Appears Promising— Infield Seems Safe. Along with the spring and the flow- ers and other pleasant things came ex- ams, but now that the slight unpleas- antness is over, probation or no proba- tion, it's time to think of what is going on out yonder Inside and on that cin- der track. Every afternoon you will find a goodly throng of young athletes running riot over the most excellent baseball diamond and a sprinkling of scantily clad track team aspirants set- ting a good foundation for their future training. The baseball club is very much of a gamble 'til lexams are over, and there is stiil a gamble „fhis season because of the preponderance of new and untried material. From last year's fast team there are left four letter men—two pitchers and an outfielder and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 March 1918

9 Page Two THE THRESHER, MARCH 28, 1918 THE THRESHER A fortniehtiy periodica! published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17. 1916, at the postoifioe at Horns ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Subscription Mates. I'er copy 10ti Per Academic Year ..., .75c Business Office, Room 101 Administra- tion Building. Roy E. Liiiard Editor-in-Chief J. T. Itather, Jr Managing Editor Camtiie Waggaman...Associate Editor It. \V. Patten Business Manager Phone Hadley 4803 Aibert Thomas. . . .Circulation Manager Mary Ciark Weir..Asst. Cir. Manager you never can get one; there will never be a second edition of The Campanile '18; you secure a copy now. or you never have one. It is better to act now than to regret for years. The Campanile '18 is the first—and may be the oniy—annual to the military feature of Rice; conditions may prevent the publication of another Campanile during the war; after the war there will be no military life...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 March 1918

THE THRESHER, MARCH 33, 1918 Page Three .*** The MARCHING SHOE Extraordinary Made of Soft Grain Calf Skin—Goodyear Welt. No Squeak—No tacks to hurt the feet. Very Durable. We have a Size to Fit Any Foot. Tuffly 3? Scoggins Shoe Company RfCJE HOTEL BMLD7NG The Lumbermans National Bank C^P/r^L, anJ PR 0^775 OMER ONE M/LL/ON DOLLARS OFFICERS S. F. CARTER, President M. S. MURRAY, Cashier GUY M. BRYAN, Active Vice-President R. F. NICHOLSON, Ass't Cashier H. M. GARWOOD, Vice-PretMent J. A.FITE, Ass't Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND, JR., Vice-President jEnreAa LaMndry and Dye Wor&y TATE; MEND YOUR CLOTHES PrasfoM 56^ ^^2 Us Knot# Kour Wants-We'H Do /Ae Rest. OWL SUPPLY ^ J. A. K!!BLER, Proprietor Oppoate the Campus Your Boo^ &ore PILLOT'S ^09 Afa/n CLCB NEWS THB BMZABBTH BAM)W!X MTBR. ABY HOCMTY. At the meeting of the EHzabeth Baldwin Literary Society on March 19 members of the ciub discussed the or- ganization and management of a Stu- dents' Association at Rice. Misses Marguerite John a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 23 March 1918

Page Four THE THRESHEBt MARCH 38. HH "As You Like M When you've been out to see her dozens of nights, And you've come almost to feel a pro- prietor's rights, And you're "in weii" with both her dad and her mother, And have purchased the absence of bad tittle brother— You're in love, by gad, you're in love. When you've been her "stand by" for atl of the shows, And for what "incidentals," the Lord only knows, And have contributed candies of every known name, And spent money in flowers 'till it's a lutty and shame— You're in love, by gad, you're in love. \\"!t-;n you've donated jewelry, your pins and your rings. To her onty because she "liked beauti- !u! things." When you've had some dinners that that were cozy and nice, \nd i'eit onlv a pleasure in paying the pt'K'C You're in love,.by gad, you're in love. Then you'r<- convinced she's so different and true, Of ft! the wide world, the one girt for you. Then wisdom com en over you, as sure as it's slow— \.r.) hmgh at yourself: you laug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1918

TmMRBMHER It Volume 3 BtCE INSTITUTE, HOUHTOX, TEXAS, APRIL 20, 1918 Number 12 DE8MTK EREtQUEKT DEPARTURES MUCH !WTERE8T IS M8PLATED m RECEXT WOBK. M/L/71^RK JVOrE-S By/. ^!, - Battalion Appears W<*H Before (jovM-n- ment Inspection Oificw-s—t adets to He Paid for Uniforms—Girls Do Red Cross Work. '^<L' <,^4> Despite the fact that our ranks are being thinned by the daily exodus of Rice men to the army and navy training schools. and that our Cadet Major is ; soon to leave for good, marked interest is in evidence in all the military units. ! The serious patriotism among our few ; remaining seniors has instilled some , seriousness in those who are left be- j hind, and we and a new spurt for im- j provement much the same as that felt { iast year about the time that training j camps opened up and every one was dis- ; piaying tiags and planning to welcome the boys back home "after the war was j over." But this must be a different : sort of impetus, for we know its mean- : ing n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1918

Page Two THE THHE8HER, APH!L 90, 191$ THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. Hntared as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofftce at Hous ton. Texts, under the Act of March 1, 1879. Subscription Hates. *' r copy . 10c j nr Academic Year 75c '.'usiness Office, Koont 10i Administra- tiou Tluiidin^ *;<.)v H iJliitrd Hditor-in-ChiRl ' T. itathcr, ,)r Managing Editor ?:nttiHe AVaggama)) . . . Associate Kditor W. Patten Business Manager i'hone Hadley 4 80H from the management will Inspire the offclals with a greater energy for the production of faultless work. Elect the heads of the periodicals with the understanding that their labor is to be gratuitous for the sake of thelr schoo], and then if any profit results turn it Into the treasury of one of the classes or of the Association. That is the method used by the big schools of the North and East, and there is no reason why Rice shouid be unable to put the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1918

THE THRESHHK, APRIL 30. 1918 Page Three TMMTMMM nmPttEMMTIMS Con^ufeJ Poefn/ WOMK !8 8PRMHBD VP WHKX ;T !M MEUDKD TO HAVE A TEAM. Hprtntt. Fickle heart! Did I not thia very winter Lay you away, irreparably shattered, broken Forever? . . . How. then, today, ! Do I feci beating within you Several Candidates Out—Meets to Come That name eager, tremulous, awakening Next Week—Undivided Student ; Anew?** Support 4" Keretsary—Mice Wins Last Year. Moon. Oid Moon. A Winter Night. It was a winter night so dark and drear The birds were eow'ring fore the storm in fear. And the moaning wind swept thru the pine trees, i Whirling the snow round the branches to freeze O'er aii in an icy gtaze. I But HtiH thicker j snow, ( And harder and blow, and faster feii the; fiercer the wind did And The track team has been doing some speed-up work in the past few days. It has been definitely decided after some weeks of indecision that Rice is to have a 1918 track team. Several candidates are out every af- terno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 20 April 1918

Page Four THE THREtHER, APML 30 19M The MARCHING SHOE Extraordinary Made of Soft Grain Caif Skin—Goodyear Welt. No Squeak—No tacks to hurt the feet. Very Durable. We have a Size to Fit Any Foot. Tuffly 3? Scoggins Shoe Company R/CE MOrEL A Mwtou* A Watt'. ***After waching the battiefield heroes j walk down the street, listening to pa- triotoc speeches, and standing up in i the Auditorium to hear Secretary of' War McAdoo urge people to buy bonds until it hurts, we can easily see why j the foliowing appeared in The Post last week: Wanted.—"A printer to take entire ^ charge of my weekly paper while I go ! to war. Job may be permanent." j Slower Yet! Last Sunday at the street ear depot, j after haying been sitting around for j forty-five minutes, the dear sweet one, ! looking up at him with her large blue ; eyes, said: "I do know there has been i a car along here today." And he, with- j out awakening, questioned: "Why. dearie?" "Cos', don't you see its tracks?" Save $3.50 to $10.08 ON U...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1918

THE^*PHHE9HER Volume 3 BtCE INSTITUTE. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAT 4,1918 Number 13 Ml! IMP MM WITH Ml) SIMMS THiP STARTS BADMT, BPT ENDS !\ HAPPY FAtMHON W!TH I'AIH OP V!CTOMEH. Loss to 8. M. V. ifi Questionable AHfair —T. C. V. Mops Cp on Owls— H!ce Takes Two From Trinity. The road trip, begun so disastrously, saw a Hnish of three games lost and two won—a very decent per cent for an Owl team away from home. Consider- ing the questionable manner in which the S. M. U. gama was lost, and the splendid exhibition staged the first day at T. C. U., you see the team came very close to making it a htghiy successful trip. Tha Hrst S. M. U. game was rained out and the second went to the home team on a confusing decision in the ninth inning by the umpire giving the Mustangs the winning run. Hathorne pitched a splendid game and was due to win. This gave S. M. U. two out of three from Rice. The T. C. U. game at Ft. Worth the next day was a npat exhibition of con- sistent pitching and good fielding for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1918

Page Two THE THRESHER, MAY 4, 1918 THE THRESHER A fortnightly periodica! published by the students of the Rice Institute at Houston. Texas. OUt T1MM. Entered as second-class matter Oetober 17, 1816, at the postoKiee at Hous- ton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Hates. V; r copy 10c Per Academic Year 75c business Office, Hootn 104 Administra- tion Building. Roy H. Littard Kditor-in-Chtef t. T. Rather, Jr Managing Kditor CatuiDe W'aggaman...Associate Editor W. Patten Business Manager )'. A. Robinson. . Asst. Business Mgr. Phone Hadiey 4 803 Albert Thomas. . . Cirfuiation Manager 'hity Ctnri! Weir. Asst. Cir. Manager '' S. Sitnotts \tltietic Editor i Hariyn Carson. Asst. Athletic Editor ' i^ii I'aiiafet to. . Asst. Athletic Editor :.U!i Hcporters F. Jungntan Hiss Sarah Lane I. Anton Koch Miss Anna Hicketts ){. Sitannon \\*. S. Skiies K. M. Hatbortt <nn t)\\ci:s. I'iie of 'Oiienc tiatices ivt's them a high and unique place in lai affaits, ;ttnl any reckless devia-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1918

THE THRESHER, MAY 4. 1918 Page Three Texas Barber Shop m Main Stw*t !n ftont of Riet Hotet Wtwre AuMMM Fwf af Huntc OPEN AT MOWT Cap/fo/ Barker 57:op 6/4 MaFn &. A /V. 50MM0/V5, Mgr. COMMW/C^r/ON^ "5a^'s/ac^on Mus? Be VouM * [Editor's Note:—We print the foi-* towing communication which was hand- ed us, with the same intent in which we think it was written, not to benefit us specialty this year, but in interest of the university and the students of next year. There is no malcontent on our part or that of the author as. we think, to arouse any trouble, for it is not in- tended to be muckraking. The admin- istrative mistakes of which it makes mention, we think have been acknowl- edged. and the plea for information concerning the coming year is nothing more than shouid be expected in view of the conditions this year. Therefore, we print it because we feel that we are in a position to know from the student ; sentiment that such information given I out now wouid insure a more success-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 May 1918

Tuffty & Scoggins Shoe Co. 524 Main Street Rice Hotei Buiiding Hear What Men Who Wear Them Say About A f*M<r to "OM&&W Z-i/b* *! sent for a pair of Herman's Army Shoes last yw and from the hour I pat them on conld walk lOmUeaat tatreteh, and never have had a sore or pinched foot, or com, or any foot trouble. I shall never wear any other in everyday' Ufa *a !ong aa I can* get a pair of them.— Dr. CAa;. P. Gar^^, AtfyMB ////aoM. Heratan'e H & ylrmy SAoe— for 10 years made only for the soldiers of Uncle Sam (we have made over 2,000,000 pairs for the War Department) is now sold to civiliana by 4500 dealer*. s U.S. Army Shoe Munson La<t HHwMw J Mnnaon Last Lieut, Col. Charha C. Foster, Surgeon, writes: "Theahoes HERMAN'S US ARMY SHOE Brigade! put through a se- ere test, including a a/*WHa* /CM! a<!</ fM/ in a country where the hillsides consist- ed chiefly of Aa^, My chum used up two pairs of 'much more expensive shoes, while pair ara good aa ever. They are th...

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