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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

VOLUME IL gf COLUMBIA MISSOUWfTHR3liAYaEPTEMBEK 15 IBM M 2 Vl I A II il 9 SmK c 11 It lh I ft 6 BEST EVEfi IN EWStephens Tells of Im portance of Mill Tax Ac tion in Jefcersoh City A L HARTY TALKS ALSO Believes Next Legislature Will Place University on Solid Basis The moBt Important news ever re ceived In Columbia was that the en dorsement of the idea for a mill tax support for University of Missouri had ieen included in the platforms of both the Republican and Democratic parti atifce meeting of the state committee Jefferson City Tuesday That statement was made by E W Stephens today at the merchants Thursday luncheon at the Leighton cafe The endorsement of the mill tax idea by both parties was an act never known of before in the history of Missouri he said and its signifi cance meant everything for the states chief educational institution Following his remarks he intro duced A L Harty secretary of the state central Democratic committee who was present at the committee meeting when th...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

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Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

L 1 -1 r i -- I m N s PKrNDBBDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1910 Tjwairewi Th FALL HILL THIS FALL SHOWING IS A STYLE SHOW IN EVERY DETAIL Tailored Suits Stunning NewCqats Beautiful Dresses and Demi Costumes Exquisite Party Dresses Hobble Skirts Fancy Silk Chiffon arid Linen Waists Tailored and Dressy Hats BREAD SHOULD BE WRAPPED Master Bakers Delegate Gives a Few - Pointers on Sanitary Baking BALTIMORE Sept The day is not far distant when public opinion backed by sanitary regulations will force dealers to wrap loaves of bread as they now wrap sugar lard flour and other commodijiies -said Mr MY L Johnston of Detroit a delegate to Ihe convention of the National Asso ciation of Master Bakers now in ses sion here - Tha agitation for bread wrapping Is not a whim but it is a most reason able demand and one founded on the -modern idea that cleanliness is the greatest preventive of disease Bread ihould not be shoveled out of a deliv ery wagon like coalor potatoes An other reform which they also favor is ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

MTfiur wH J i h rcff - V rWs5 - v i - I aa j 481 T7 1 - i I fee t 85 1 v rit see OJSJrro i i tuti - i Hi8 i i SB s -- i if H it i l I 481 II 3 j U R iz - - -- - - - - elk 213 Hltt St - U WANTED A UNIVERSITY dent desires to wait on table for board Address L carcN of Missourian FOR RENT TWO 1TIONT ROOMS for ladios or profe orb at 11 1 lo 1 cust FOR RENT TWO LAKOi MOELY furaibhed rooiis two biockb noith of camptip Call at 12 S GtU St Alto boarders wanted WANTED TWELVE CCUllCS OK the issue of the ihsfcouriau lor Au gust 15 Five cents each will bi paid for copies delivered at ihis oite i FOR KENT SPLENDID SilW 7 roota modern brick uoute Neci been occupied Large lot Oul f per month 3 A Stevarr Ex Nat Dank Bldg WANTED BY TWO LNlVERSil i girls a room in a quiet faiml Mail address to X care of Missoui in We will call and ee rooms FOR RENT ONE LARJE NICE room on Broadvwij for musir art studio or office Apply to Dr J A Miller I WANTED ROOMS FOR LICHT v houcekeeping lhone 5b Ureen FOR RENT TWO ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

E IM leg B i m v li J iSL lt IWU THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 ig1a tl - MJHJgSTTE Fountain Pen Made HEF Absolutely Guaranteed Most Ready Writer The Biggest for the Money The Best for Satisfactory Service Sold and positively guaranteed by THE MISSOURI STORE Fountain Pen Headquarters Misinterpreted the Signs - Colonel Cecil Lyon of Texas is a mil and commanding figure of a man A glni e at him gives the impression thri lie carries a brace of six shooters and is one of tho most fiery fire eat ers who ever came out of the South west He is also Republican national committeeman from his state and this position entails business which fre quently takes him to Washington One evening he and a friend were Bitting in the lobbyjOf a Washington hotel when he heard a man near by use language to another that sounded as if it called for a fight Without more ado the colonel crawled rapidly and silently under a neighboring table Why whats the matter colonel called out hi friend I thought they were going to dr...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

m ill I FAHONFllOMnHEi FAREAST Metal Lace and Oriental Effects for iXii i -V 1- TT ii V ivomcni wioines Bafactr miilversally recognized ay that to the matterdf womans Bssthere are no mere details and - s t every em 01 neriouet aas apan ipToducing a total tjISms If a woman jvushza to appear dressed jt is not sufficientto have Jier irat and frbckln the latest style- Hh Schoo 2 - - V i L1 J4 aMBl8ce IsiiiadeenUiWIotgwf saver tnreaaana is w oe -worn w year more than any -other lace It te used a gooddeal also roundtb3 bottom of pot hats - i ii j j ii- JoMt AiTVest End modiste said to an Ex- ipressrepreseotttatlve manifesto itself strpngljrinfihejturban hats jvhich are v1 iflljecomlnso popular and in the EgyjR o must Also -see that he veil the die of -her umbrella her Icarf ffior handbag- all conform to the ten dency which rules the fashionof -the lubment jfThis season Oriental colors and uriijjtijes nave Deen iniroauoja snio VU -- 1 4t 11 f 1 1 Kuac - stuuus uiiu uiis mam iuua is - ueuig...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

m 4 i i m 1 it l a a h 3 t it tr 5i 1 B ES 1 5 Kt kh wi - -- - i tri i it - f t i z VjTt G St -Bi 5r s 5StT mw r ia - oj V5i - sol j p5H3 nr rft5r t5ritTsaBsffiaiBasS8tassaafesiaffiag OF New Rail Footwear LiEVVSi race for girls Professionals Darrea What So you mean by profession als Those who have been wearing hob- -it a THE DRUG SHOP HATTONltNIGHT CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF Drags Sundries Athletic Goods Fountain Pens Etc ra -- Students are cordially In cited te give us a call lClt ij 13 onage KODAKS AND FILMS A SPECIALTY 803 BROADWAY I Those Hobble Skirts T The next event said the J er at the country fair f will be a sack ble skirts Kansas City Journal Boone County farm sausage like mother used to make at Hetzlers Private razors put injrder at The Tiger Barber Shop 910 Broadway - I T0 THOSE WHO EAT We have a brand new stock of - roceries JVo oU shelf worn goods in stock f3 - w e you and 5 v - t S I - guarantee faction r - Jr i Goods delivered to 145 maK parts of the city tSeCHraTra...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 15 September 1910

rr fr i m CHANGES IN The cixth annual national conclave yearn of the Acacia fraternity now beh p0BBlble blessmg t0 the 6tudents held in uoiumoia is puruajis uio iuuot Important meeting ever held byrthov fraternity according to Joseph R Wil son of Philadelphia grand president The changes being made in the rit ual give this conclave its chief infc1 jrartance The ritual discussion has occupied almost all of the time of the fineetfog thus far Thlsfcsslon is one daylonger than Jany othr ever held by the fraternitr 2The four day meeting will end tomor row The conclave has sot yet actei upon the proposition to make the fn ternlty international by admitting chapters IniCahada and Australia Thh question will be decided tomorro ahd it is thought the application from thesa countries will be acceptec National officers will be elected to morrow Several temporary commit tees have been named but the per manent committees for the year wilJ not be named until tomorrow The delegates were guests of B ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

volume a me wr nni i riinini i rnr m niiiirnnaiil nrni 1 NOW FOR FOOTBALL I h m WANTS HEAVY MEN SMS mmttf v 4m f IW w is I s i IV- IS 3 s V 14- 1 Ik li I I 4 r l i a I I I 4 Coach Arrived on a Late Train Last Night Busy Today Preliminary Practice May Start Tomorrow Old Players Back Hollys here William Hollenback coach of the 1910 Tiger football team arrved in Columbia at 915 oclock last night A G Alexander fullback on last years team came on the same train with Coach Hollenback The two went to the Columbia club at once to talk football with Prof W G Manly secretary of the athletic commfttee but Prof Manly was not there Football practice will begin tomor row according to a statement by the coach last night Although Hollen back has seen few of the fifty men who will try for the team this fall he has conferred with William Roper coach of last years team and others about the material for this year He believes the prospects for a winning team are good i The new rules will make little dif...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

PAGETVVO v - WflVERSITY MlSSOUfclX - V yRIDAYlTEWtRWia - f nvmCDCrTVtoKOnTTOTANlwill be voted unon Tuesday Septem ENGLISH WOMEN FIELD NURSES L - i T n riHy 1 A T i itt k mm w - 3r m - - - - -- i - t t a m - tv 5V -- jr r r f I P j ft- 8 S fe 1 I Ii J sr 15 - V- it K f II Ift K An XrBarnV by the SffiaeStaEhyscHbofbl JomnSlimitUieHnlTenltrolJtUiocrl DinipisiTificiBapTOUN association incorporated B A HasSfrr 45 Eg T - JJ K QUbsotj1 I w - - i ITSriTOBilOBTH EttHSrH BTBEET Vn V XELEPHOXB - tir - -- - fcaafralt Ufa Postofflcest Colombia Mp u econd cbus mail matter SUBSCRIPTION PBICB - 3nfAMrti Advance By Mail or Carrier By 00 By malLptryiiar - 1300 ADVKBHSIHO BATES ON APPLICATION Twoartariikg alter readins notices indi cator aiapaldadvertlrinr kMrajiin eoiamttrilcatlora to LAEGST CmCUITION i jf tr t I A MrsSdURi PLATFORM Differences exist among good Mis ouriansasto tariff schedules Hun garian pheasants and liquor laws They disagree as to the merits of Mr Tatt Colonel itoosevelWGovernor Fo...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

v Si - rf - - FRIDAY SEPTEMBER -16 1910 MARRIED MOST INTERESTING Bachelor Men in Comparison Are Mere Chilks Not Yet Outof the Shell The interestins and delightful men are all married I found thatout years thatnonpfOie eligible men of my ac- THIS FALL SHOWING IS A STYLE SHOW IN EVERY DETAIL Tailored Suits - Stunning New Coats -Beautiful Dresses and Demi Costumes Exquisite Party Dresses Hobble Skirts Fancy Silk Chiffon and Linen Waists Tailored and Dressy Hats 10 th and Broadway BRANHAM another really gone and is everyone discontented and groaning under his matrimonial chains and fetters Is the real reason why we attract or are at tracted by other wotnens husbands that we are unattainable or forbidden It cannot be true There must be something less petty than the crying StBE Twould eer do as husband the child for the moon behmd i all bachelors downtown too It ias made me wonder if good hus bands are bora and not niado or whether itils the refining influence of the other women in their ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

fc r H - 3 - t i - s PAOXFOUR Want Advertisements MT t jJgssrmHgsssss J The Miuouriah fgoesinto 2400 homes every day A want advertisement In this paper will be read by 12000 people Rater 5 cents per line for the first day and 3 cents per line foreach and every subsequent Insertion Phone 65 FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM with private bath on first floor 604 onley Ave For Rent The Graves house at Westmount 30 Leaving Columbia end must rent at once September rent free r W H Pyle FOR RENT TO GIRLiS ONE room up stairs in strictly modern borne Call at No 2 College Avenue ROOMS FOR RENT MODERN iouse one block south of University three furnished rooma Mrs Bellew 610 Turner Ave - Rent Your Rooms If you haveariy rooms for rent advertise them in the Missourian If you want to Tent rooms and can not find suitable ones 1488 in the Missourian If you want boarders a Missourian want Ad will get them TWO NICE LARGE ROOMS WITH or without board Ladles preferred 213 Hitt St WANTED A UNIVERSITY STU dent desires...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

spss8s5 I fl Wi I ST FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1910 C rjr T VfC Tj i - THE CLEANEST We have no fear of the proposed State Drug Inspection because our Drugs Chemicals Pat ents and Proprietaries are all new and fresh TRY USL TOILET SUNDRIES are a specialty wjth us and we have tried to meet the -ever increasing demand by submitting for your inspection the largest and most complete assortment of toilet requisites to be found anywhere Try us MAGAZINES and POST CARDS area new feature having but recently been added to our stock but we will carry all the latest publications and newest de- signs in Post Cards Try us KODAKSaSlUPPLIES are another new line for us but the weU known ANSCO line speaks for itself Iry us Oar Pill Contest is still running fall blast See the Prizes in our Windcms PENNS PHARMACY spjflKT3ripflJFSL iut5i liant light with Welsbach burners hav ing nearly as much heating capacity as Pittsburg gas coal and being fully equal to the gas used for city distri bution and working well i...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

pl riroww 4 pr -- -- -iii E f HOW THE INDIAN TRAVELED I MiMMHHHBHBHBBBBPBBBMiMI P li fo v I m fe j In Canoes of Birch Barje Which float j d Like a Lily He Hwnfc WFlhed i tfThe red men had none of the moderal I raxjQfr gotyg from place to place It y he early white settlers could have foneJtQ tJoreet In nwtorrerohe fan Iniaglnehow frightened the paint- 1 d ciiefVuwouid bavie beeai They ouytlaiYeaedJrqm the vehicle for 1 the Indians would have fancied that I ted slrftBwere after them lansether walked on their Journeys 1 weifiSn place to place In canoes 1 Little JHBawatha made his canoo of brich bark and Bowed the seams to- - - - - v cf t H wiinxrpoiaaor ine arcq wee en he decorated his boat with jamt pictures and porcupine quills Of course the framework of cedar madetbe bpatsteady but being made f of light ijrchbarkthe Indian boy said that his bqatifloated like a water liiy t The Indians knew better than to try to more aroundjn those canoes for the TJ 4 Rbies unbalancing would turn the...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

IPSA Latfff if - I j - hr K v N i V frr 12 - ia w tCjjxi CzA J s W svEsas sss lSc AiTirj - fwdxv sepffesiteft Nsio jhSSSSskhSS 1 si i J E 1 I m v HBUllllBlllllllH J - AT J i wpv rT ri kl vvi XPwcCsJ i 1 I ENGAGEMENT fi I Harshes Same old place We furnish both Co lumbia High and Via-Versify- High with Books and Supplies f HE UP lATE Aa JEWELEK is now located at J W -Perm -Drag-Store East Broadway with the same complete lintf of Jew dryctestktiGlas foe Onnm laid PUled goothatlhas always camL awSSSafeasifeg urjtwwr aK ssaT - iv - i j iiii J v - wssi - - v r sir f 5 a token of affection and v seal Ho an engagement there is nothing to eaual a Solitaire Diamond Rins During otjr long business careerwe -have supplied J rlar i r2iL tm L3T 1 jiuiuicus u ituppy fMUfiizs until unumunu engagement rings yjf present we are supplying more rings to Columbia and BoorhYcuntytpeople thaneoer before - - f We hatiea display that cannot he equalled in size color and mountings quality and price considered ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 16 September 1910

ii 4 w - jt i f j - a - PAGE EIGHT 481- S33BS Stuienls are cordially In vited to give us a call ra wmmmmPWFwW jiSEH3B553525BJHRhPIp We want to say a few Shoe Words The Fall Shoes are waiting for you and youll like them were sure Splendid Comfortable Good Look ing Perfect Fitting Conservative Priced Shoes BIIL JiWvlWIilli FILL 1 IfootweuJ Our line is the the largest and most complete to be found in Central Missouri WE ARE MAKING A SPECIALTY OF SCHOOL SHOES JACK80N IS COMING BACK Former Track Captain Will Re enter University Holds Record Frank Jackson captain of the Uni versity of Missouri track team in 1907 and holder of the Univsrsity of eonri mile record will return to school this week Jackson left the Univer sity last fall and went to Seattle Washington Here he entered races for the Seattle Amateur Atheletic club and won a number of events in All Western competitions Jackson also held the University of Missouri two mile record until it was broken by Steele last spring V Burial of ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1910

iSE m ii jrj wa t n3 Sf E VtsS2 J ff5Z14SF m i tiw - - JJ2 w CTrf - VVI 4 ttrr J - YiEL fofi v L J - i i I T US -- - - 1MP I SUNDAY RE - -- f SSii V T 1 T w m F liii m l r m EMr at rsim m lL irl V - II I I WlWlff II T 1 I ML Il feK BBS BBSS BBBM IBBBk V BBSS V BBw r BBBBBBBBB BBBB BBBB T 1BBB VBBBk T BBBB BBflfll BflflflflflflflflflfllL BflflflB BflflflB BBBB J BBBBiSflBV - I i BBBB S SBBB BBBk t JJ - m j i v m i m l i m - issmi smsst bbt v m - - i sav i mi - - - imsmsi I BW M SBI W SB SSI BBk Bw Bf SB 1 f k Bk IB - SV I H B J R I AH i ivrf I - whh Hia aMHM HBWa WBMi m V 1K Wm W k - V K - K K n 5r TCa1 r i y Si ill - - - - - VOLUME IL WIS COLUMBIA MISSOURI SUNDAY SEPTEMBER is IQISL MOMniiant i L - mil r l t i - II - - IlJiuiii iiiiiin fe Iff 1 v lirf A Wgi 1 to- i i r rnflnuio nuuno ES M1LL TAXAMENDM ENT Growth of the University Depends Upon It Says Former Governor AN EDUCATIONAL CENTER Action of Parties Will Keep the School Out of Politics Of course I am for the mill tax amendment ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1910

B3HKff5rc5eHIBKjSSHIM3 Lfc ta Jyp AGETWO 1 - c MOTflVERSTY MBSOURIAN tgf rialMlMTnrfcy the8tadrtlB the Behoolol rX Jf6fltoatti8BnlTenitroIMUsourl KiV nmnssiTr job80ubiah association 1 - a- y V I CA fiuna a HajuexD Gmr ft u Ineonxwatair fRitti PxXBStwFrwHenL tUVumss BBTAMfSectMsir czKwur xzcwuxer J if- wmuu - JAKES Q JUT J ECHASJfOJTJ I3HTH8TBEET i rWflGBrtft soirrtrvniHt - -I TELEPHONE 55 4 t the PorofiHWt Ootambl Mo M mnll matter B v s SUBSCRIPTION PBICB 3BTMbiUtUAdTanoe By JUil or Oirrler 7 wrrr per jsar 400 If Balljiir year 1300 XDyXBXJSISQ KATES ON APPLICATION Two Mlkkin -after readlo notices Indi cate bar m paid advertlsinz 444nM an commnnlcattoni to DHIVKBfilTY MSSOTJBIAN i Colombia Mo LARGEST CIRCULATION IN BOONE COUNTY 4 THE SINGLE STANDARD Informed that his son had been goHty of crime that caused a young womaasitVeath a Kansas City father Is reported to have passed the mat ter lightly -with the comment Boys Vnf be boys Aside from the heart le8B8esatof the remark it suggests...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1910

jyy It- fo 8ERtEMBEljft f UiaVERMTY f FAGETHRM I W I T- 1 TENTH AND BELQADWaY jjIKmBP rfc If FALL OPENING - B mi b I ItJ X v A 12 0X I IKi lii I r - a rc i -V j m tsS Imp rWsz - af jifi - I i wm v gg rS2 Showing Fall Styles that are Authentic in MILLINERY ACACIAS TO HARVARD IN 1911 Officers Chosen at the Session in Col umbia Friday Afternoon The next annual conclave of the Aqacia fraternity will be held at Har vard University This was decided Just before adjournment of the sixth annual conclave in Columbia Friday afternoon These officers were elected for the year Grand President Francis W Shepardson Chicago grand vice-president E j H Comstock Minneapolis Shrand treasurer A It Kieth Ithaca Nt Y grand secretary Harry E Kil mer St Louis A group photograph of the delegates was taken on the mounds of the cam pus with the columns and Academic Hall as -a background Destructive Nature Nature has a strenuous time in the working of the twenty four hours hasnt she In what way Why the night fal...

Publication Title: University Missourian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — University Missourian. — 18 September 1910

m A TH 3M PTrr Wig PAW MUR ssmm Fcr Graves hcue a Westmount S30 Leaving Columbia apd must rent at once September rent freer VV H Pyle FOR RENT TO GIRLS ONE room up stairs in strictly modern home Call at Xo 2 College Avenue ROOMS FOR RENT MODERN house one block south of University three furnished rooms Mrs Bellew G10 Turner Ave - TWO NICE LARGE ROOMS WITH onj without board Ladies preferred 3 Hilt St WANTED A VXIVERSITY STU dent desires to wait on table for board Address L care of Missourian TOR RENT TWO FRONT ROOMS rrr -for ladies or professors at 1111 Lo- Lsrzr - t - l turn t T FOR RENT TWO L ARGh NICELY furnlslfed rooms two blocks north -of campus Call at 12 S 0th St Also boarders wanted JWANTED TT3LVE COPIES OP tho issue of the Missourian for Au gust 15 Five cents each will bi paul for copies delivered at this office FOR RENT SPLENDID NEW modern brick house Xeer bribS occupied- Largo1otrOnrFJ3 per month J A Stewart Ex Nat KJ Rank Hlr1f Jta WANTED BY TWO UNIVERStTV sirls a room in ...

Publication Title: University Missourian
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