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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

' ^^ V i published eveby tuesday during the school year by the students' association of southwestern university volume xn georgetown, texas, tuesday, november 5, 1918. number 6 [; FIRST MONTH OF ARMY TRAINING COMPLETED ■ ✓ KM' Bayonet Ruil Completed. Guard Duty Hal- lowe'en, Night. 10 Men to Go to Gamp McArthur Officers' Training Camp. Annexites See Wonderfully Clean Barracks. m SOLDIERS SIGN PAY ROLL FOR THE FIRST tlME Last Friday the first month of the training the young meI1 ot South- tern was completed and the student sol- diers entered upon their second month of military experience. The whole month has been a very eventful on® and the boys have learned that, as Lieut. Riley says, "There's a lot to the saying that 4 You 're in the armynow! The week just ended has been a par- ticularly busy one for the soldiers, as the numerous blistered hands and sore , muscles will abundantly testify. Other testimony is furnished by the appear- ' ance of the campus. Jk The Bayonet Run. One of t...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

Richardson's Book Store a The Place to get Your Supplies THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1012, at'the postoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop : .Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager "THE OLD ORDER OHANGETH" "With the beginning' of this school year, college men and women have tome to feel more profoundly the effects of the war. For this year marks the con- version of colleges into training camps and campuses into military posts. The isolation; the inner CQiumurilty life of the college has been, relegated to the glorious past. College spirit has had few opportunities to manifest itself. Esprit de corps has supplanted the col- lege unity of feeling. Traditions have been shelved. Freshmen and urider- Dien serve as non-commissioned offiers, directing the fatigue duties of upper classmen. Men live on a regular sched- ule, doing what they are told to do, for- getting own wills, and working f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

IF* ■9 j THINGS PAST AND THINGS TO COME AT THE T Dr. Gray's lecture Sunday evening on the subject of "Doubt," was a clear and forceful presentation of the sub- ject and was much appreciated by the large number of S. A. T. G. men pres- ent. * ♦ The equipment has arrived and the "Y" rooms have taken on the appear- ance of full-fledged association quar- ters. <8> On next Saturday evening the "Y" will keep open house from 8 to 10 o'clock. Everybody is invited. The young ladies of the Dopestic Science Department, under the direction of Miss Craddock, will server efreshments, and a varied program will be offered. At 7 p. m. Supt. V. I. Moore, of Bartlett, will address the men on "True Sportsman- ship." Prof. Moore is a pleasing speak- er and he has a very helpful message. Lei every man hear him. On last Sunday Wening at the meet- ing of about seventy men, the follow- ing resolution was offered and unani- mously adopted: "Resolved, that we disapprove of the use of profanity and vulga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

sa TOJ|- ■yfy ■m ^ • Shfej ICf;. ATTENTION, BOOKIES OF S. A. T. 0. UNIT I w W 4~ I? W Position of the Soldier, or Attention. 61. Heels on the same line and as near each other as the conformation of the man permits. Feet turned out equally and forming an angle of about 45 degrees. Knees straight without stiffness. Hips level and drawn back slightly; body erect"and resting equally on hips; chest lifted and arched; shoulders sqhare and falling equally. Arms and hands falling naturally, thumb along the seam of the trouseYs. Head erect and squarely to the front, chin drawn in so that the axis of the head and neck is vertical; eyes straight to the front. Weight of the body resting equally upon the heels and balls of the feet. The Rests. 52. Being at a halt, the Commands nre: FALL OUT; REST; AT EASE; anil 1. Parade, 2. Rest. At the command fall out, the men may leave the ranks, but are\ required to remain in the immediate vicinity. They resume their former places, at at- tention, at tlie c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

~ - mmr ,...-,., .... .♦•,•••'.• • ••! t . - •■MSKbM' •tt->i'<wS.!rl*2?&{''"' ':u" •. "• vW\f ""•&•-.•>. •••* . HIGDON - McELROY COMPANY "Where Mo^t S. U. Students Trade We have one delivery each day at 5 p. m. Phone 235 S. A. T. C. BOYS and LIEUTENANTS— .Congratulations to you for the expert work in beauti- fying Army Po^t. We will be glad to give you any as- * \ si^tance we can in a commercial way. Visit our store • f - * - " ' * - " ,4' C when down town, many new things to show you this week. When you telephone your order in look for your package in Barber Shop at 5:30 p. m. in ltttle white box. For the Fair Young Ladies • . . " 1 j - 4 We offer 25% Off on all Coat Suits, Dresses and Coats MAR-HOF Suits priced $14.50 and up. • • - " « ¥ • , t , / • i ' ' • Received To-day One Dozen New Tricolette Dresses —- Photograph Fren the modest little stamp photo at 25c per dozen op to— Come and see. All good alike. N. M. WILCOX fry These "Ohl How I Hate to Get Up h the Mor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 November 1918

■P m ■ ■ TTE, I 1 ' •> w v ir-'j. mmw ' mrfr 1 &' - fe. ,> - fesvL P?* ?'W'. ,v,. •;?' ,■? * ; *V •* ' *i\r : • ,'- 4S ■*— SOLDIERS SIGN PAT BOLL foe the first time (Continued from pags one) Meyer halted an automobile during the early part of the night, but had t6 break i^p the radiator of the car and knock the paint off his bat to do it. Private Meyer, when interviewed, said that he was determined that nothing shou>l(^ cross his post. We believe the gentleman in the car will agree with ■ Meyer. Early risers were challenged', by the morning shifts of the guards, and the cooks, who came to the barracks for the entirely peaceable mission of cooking morning mess for the men, were challenged by belligerent guards with baseball bats who displayed some^oppo- sition to the cooks passing the posts. The purpose of the guard was entirely carried out* as notion iota of the work Was disturbed. ♦ Cleaning Up. The work of cleaning up has contin ued. Thursday afternoon while half the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 November 1918

T m ; *ty ~; r PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY "THE HE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY m \ VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918. NUMBER 7 DRILL BEGUN; PAY RECEIVED Tuesday marked the beginning of regular drill, the thing that civilians think of as the supremely important work of the soldier. The school of the soldier was taken up, the movements explained, and thoeommands of execu- tion were executed. Drill was contin- ued 611 Wednesday and Thursday at the drill hours, from two to four. So well was the showing made by the company that advanced drill will be taken up this week. & The men of the Unit received their first pay on Wednesday. As the time of service dated only from the date of induction, the money received in some eases was very small, "ranging from minus forty cents to twelve dollars and sixty cents, the amounts due for Lib- erty Loan and insurance having been deducted. Privates Tom, arid Meyer acted as Adjutant Bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 November 1918

Jiff Wm^SgBm^F^ vyi4- ._ • • > ■ — - *■■&.- * . * v^r^^PiBI E&WW •*+■ ' *>• '■ ' • ^ ♦ * • • JL, ' * tUPk BBPvt? HS,-''.'.o THE MEGAPHONE. lit j I T EN jfe'-. 'it!.. Wu- . • H&£: - m^% i'o ' fedKs Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoftiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Corb gTess of March 3, lull. Gayle Wuldrop... George W. Truitt. ... Editor in Chief .Business Manager RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Whereas, (iod" in liis infinite mercy and inscrutable "wisdom has seefi lit to take away the father of our beloved fel- low student., Clifford Lawrence, lie ,it Resolved, That we, tlies tudent body of Southwestern l .niversity, extend our heartfelt sympathy' to Clifford^ li's moth- er and brother, iij this time of. grief. And be it further resolved, that a copy of these resolutions lie sent to him and also published in The Megaphone, the college paper. The Students' 'Association. • Lee Curtis, Margaret Barcus, I .on isc (i ruhnm. ' • Y " NOT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 November 1918

WV * '*■ a Higdon-McElroy Company "Have what you want and when you want it" , ** L ^ Make our ^tore your Headquarters when down town, don't be afraid to ask for accommo- dation—we are at your Service. ° Listen Boys—2 Dozen New Stetson Army Hats, Priced at $7.50 Special this Week in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department 331% Off On All Coat Suits and Dresses (This does not include Mar-Hof Suits) The Economical Buyer will find Henderson's Cash Variety Store a good place to supply their wants. Everything markdd in plain figures at the lowest cash price and polite, courteous treat- ment always extended. Glasscock Block Phone No. 298 Fish, Qysters and Short Orders Candies and Cold Drinks . r ' - * at •'jBVr. {■V 1 The Farmers State Bank Georgetown, Texas Solicits your account and will ■give careful attention to all busi- ness entrusted to it. \> We appreciate the liberal pat- ronage ^ye have had in the past and hope to merit a continuance of same in the future. All of our facilities are at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 November 1918

BP • I I#' I ' WW 1 feWi" rfWP? • .•. ,Ai 4 immm1 SB *VP NOVEMBER SALE OF READY-TO-WEAR Ladies' Coal Suits, Coats, Skirts, Silk and Serge Dresses All go in this sale. This is a sale of REAL MERIT and the prices are lower for the quality than you will find elsewhere. LADIES' SUITS $22.50 values $16.95 25.00 values 19.45 27.50 values 20.95 32.50 values 23.45 35.00 Values a 24.85 40.00 values 29.95 45.00 values 32.45 SERGE DRESSES $12.50 values 13.50 values 17.50 values 20.00 values 25.00 values 32.50 values 37.50 values $9.95 11.95 13.85 14.95 19.45 23.45 27.45 9 LADIES' COATS $17.50 values 22.50 values 25.00 values 27.50 values 35.00 values 45.00 values 55.00 values $14.95 16.75 19.45 21.75 29.75 32.25 41.85 SILK DRESSES $18.50 values 20.00 values a -* 25.00 values 32.50 values 45.00 values 55.00 values $14.75 1495 19.45 23.45 32.45 39.85 SILK SKIRTS WOOLEN SKIRTS $ 6.50 values 7.00 values 10.00 values 13.50 values 16.50 values 17.50 values $ 4.95 5.35 8.75 11.95 12.85 13.75 ■ • _ . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 November 1918

J?": ' T '*' . 1 Waft . • Southwestern Students Pledge More Than Allotment. Pegues, Reads War Poetry "Y" Sunday Pirates take Baylor Bears Saturday PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE 8CHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1918. NUMBER 8 S. A. T. C. UNIT WINS COMMENDA- TION AND PRAISE FROM INSPECTOR Barracks, Grounds, Military Courtesy and Precision Great Says Lieutenant White. Non Corns Meet. Annex Visited. 'Aft. l-% ... / i § -'wr $■& ; ■ 'i,# ORDERLY ROOM NOTES Commandant Riley expresses himself as having no doubt but that the Stu- . dents' Arl,iy Training Corps will be con- tinued. No instructions except the tel- egram of lust Friday have -been receiv- ed. It stated that the Units wouM eou- tiuue without interruption and that plans were being made for the future of the 8. A. T. C. Uniforms are en route and have been for some time. «Their arrival is'expect- ed daily. Two hundred Russian rifles were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 November 1918

T'T y Im*«. *' ■ I/-' ' THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoffice a,t Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor in-Chief George W. Triiitt. .. .Business Manager STAFF Chas. W. Pepper General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr Assistant Kditor R. A. Love Assistant Editor M. R.* Thomas Assistant Editor Inez Ayrea Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle .. .Assistant Kditor Lucile Snipes .Assistant Editor Esten Willingham.. . .Assistant Manager gravis Franks Assistant Mana^rr Margaret Harkey.. . .Assistant Manager TANGIBLE COMMISSIONS require a larggr financial outlay than when they w©"re being served but a small fraction of their time. Only two days remain before the campaign closes and very mucli ifcjpre money will be need- ed before the desired large oversub- srtdptipri is secured. 1 cannot but be-- lievq that our people from end of the country to the other will rally in gener- ous and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 November 1918

jjj . '^ ,• ' 'V 4 SEVEN-LEAGUE BOOTS t -4 #> t i i 9m (By Abbie Graham.) " Miss Abble Graham, the author o ♦h< article, is a graduate of the class of 1910, receiving her A. B. degree, Magna Cum Laude. She is also a mem- ber of the Scholarship Society. While i at school she was an active member of ' the Y. W. 0. A. and participated in all college activities. She is at present the Field Secretary of the Southwestern Field, which Includes TAXas, Oklahoma and New Mexico. She has written a number of articles for different maga- zines, writing especially for the Asso- ciation Monthly. <$> The child was very eager about the world. She was six 'going on seven' and 1 envied her, envied her all the freshness of her world, all the far dis- tances that she had traveled in that one day's journey, and the infinite spaces yet ahead. She was soon sharing all the intimate details of her life that had been lived on a Texas farm. She was going to visit her grandmother and ' when she got t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 November 1918

■ > ' ■ /< ' ' ■ * . *• * V ^ • - * *v 1 % • ■ ''<•■ ' ' ™ I '.QfF! 'vWiB . ^vrTSTT* I 1 Ifi?;: fr- it" P"r- 11. ■?•*•••, BSK- m ' -. 5?!W| i- ' :.":. .Isn '•'.•■•*■.■/"v ; 5 '* ' "" v';\* A <«*•'**, ■ , • . ;••, . . 1 •« * • t " •/> • '■' - .-a * ■ * i\ . , , ' 1'> ? " ' **'!# • , . ^ • M il ai is 38 >The picturoH above/ and below of the old campus aijid Mood Hall, the liu'il's dormitory, are given for the sake of olden times. . I'ictu/es of tilings as they, now are will he1 printed in the Big Military Edition to be issued soon. ~,-/.cv THT.r* v y KM "Mfc ti ;iiM ;> . i v-1' I I' ' & i* \ •- jyT j. !$£_• | ^ 1 j ~ •. ' V1 • - • r • i >) ,v £'■> ■ •' ■* • • • ' v •' 1 I .V ; - -;V" ... ■ « ,«,% < : • iliP >vMJ| :>■'! a,- h- ■ iss. V,'^ I ,.'.v ■■''■■ "'•> v.; 'I? / 1 l,-i • • . i. •' •• ".'■>'• '1 . iA'i' .Vf- •■•*? '■' '" vV. h&W:>W. im b'; •. •.}': ■ v f. I ll s ■ ■ ,; ■ i -1" M-- f s rssv. . 1 "■v: •?.: ; ' ji'i •f- i ••'•! ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 November 1918

m V ♦ "J-'V • fc A iT * A. mpnaplfnitp * PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR &Y THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY h VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1918. NUMBER 9 Though only three letter players of last year's basketball team returned thhi year, the mitlook for a successful season is very good. Last year the team made a trip through North Texas, and this year Grace Boone, Marearet Barcus, and Louise Graham, the three letter players are back with the old-time pep to start things off right.] The team this year has six games scheduledfar for the coming season, and prospects look asf if Southwestern, as usifral, is coming out on top. . ~ '« UNIFORMS AND OVERCOATS WELCOMED BY S. A. T. C. MEN IK ■ Squad Movements in Drill. Six of Ten Of- ficer Candidates Return. Red Cross Sweaters and Sox Issued. '' SQUADS RIGHT" AND >' ARSHEP SCHOL- m-. The same hard work and pep which made Southwestern S. A. T. 0. win the commendation from the in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 November 1918

S THE MEGAPHONE. THE 1019 SOU'WESTER Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the postoflice at Qeorgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of Marcli 3, 1911. Gayle Waldrop Editor-in-Chief George W. Truitt... .Business Manager STAFF. Chan. W, Pepper General Assistant R. G. Mood, Jr.. Assistant Editor R. A. L'qv6 Assistant Editor M. R. Tliornns... -. Assistant Editor Inez Ay res Assistant Editor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersyl Battle. .. Assistant Editor Lucile Snipes.. . . : Assistant Editor Esten Wilhngham... .Assistant Manager Travis Franks Assistant Mana^rr Margaret Harkey... .Assistant Manager THE STANDING OF OUR UNIT .Our S. A. T. C. Unit has made a very enviable record in many respects; a rec- ord that reflects much credit on the commissioned officers and gives South- western 's faculty and friends great cause for rejoicing. According to the inspecting lieutenant our barracks were the cleanest he had seen, our campus was tUe- classiest he had inspected, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 November 1918

' IV i • v ♦ All Fraternity and Sorority Jew elry. We can furnish it to you as cheaply as cheaply as you can get it anywhere. Richardson's Book Store INTERCOLLEGIATE NOTES S. M. U. Lieut. Bruno Roselli spoke Saturday night 011 Reconstruction and America's part in it. Mustangs defeat Bears 14-0 in a spec- tacular game on November 16th. Twelve 8, M. U. men sent to training camp ask for discharges on advice of Lieut. Porterfield. President Hyer is to give a lecture at Rice on the program with members of the British Educational Commission. Longliorns pile up a score of 32-0 , against Mustangs on a muddy field Jast Saturday. <$> £ Baylor Private Peats and "Herself" deliver famous lecture Saturday night on '' Two Years in Hell and Back Again With a Smile." War Work fund totals are $4,280.50. Liberty Bonds and W. S. S. were pledg- ed- Compulsory cliapel for the S. A. T. C. has been abandoned, but the men are required to spend the time in supervised study if they do not attend chapel....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 26 November 1918

• - •• (f> • :.* •i-z f A" * ^ - • . 1 1 Mr,'" ANNUAL THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION APPEAL IS MADE TO THE NATION TO BUILD NEW STRUCTURE OF PEACE President Wilson made his annual Thanksgiving Day* proclamation on Monday November 18th, setting Thurs- day, November 28th, as this year's day of " thaftkBgiving flkul prayer.*'' The proclamation reads: "It lias long been our custom to turn in the autumn of the year in praise and thanksgiving to Almighty God for llis many blessings and mercies to us as a nation. This year we have special and nioving cause to be grateful and to re- joice. God has, in His good pleasure, given us peace. It has not come as a mere Cessation of arms', a mere relief from the strain and tragedy of war. It lias come as a great triumph of right. "Complete victory has brought us, Dot. peace alone, but the confident prom- ise of « new day as well, in which jus- tice shall replace force and jealous in- trigue among the nations. * "Our gallant armies have participat- ed i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 December 1918

* % mpgaplrmip PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY DUUING THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY VOLUME XII GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1918. NUMBER 10 * HOUNSHELL LAUNCHES CENTENARY CAMPAIGN .v t " E ' The puq>oses and plans of the Cen-. tenary Campaign were brought to South- western students last Friday. It was a great day for Southwestern students. It was ad ay when their eyos were open- ed to the big opportunities which are before the present generation. They began, as never before, to think in world terms. '' The greatest recon- struction period the world has ever seen has been thrust upon us. You will play your part or you will, be a slacker." These stirring words were the challenge of C. G. Hounshell, former missionary to Korea, and secretary of the Mission Board of the Methodist Church, South, in his address Friday morning at chapel. Reconstruction was the theme which ran ^through the entire lecture. The peace which came November 11th ende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 3 December 1918

VJt"! ^(,1 HWjyui ■■•' N THE MEGAPHONE. Entered as second-class mail matter, September 27, 1912, at the poatoffiee at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Con- gress of March 3, 1911. 1 Gayle Waldrop Editor in-Chief George W. Truitt. . . . Business Manager STAFF ; . Chas. W. Pepper. ..., General Assistant B. G. Mood, Jr.. Assistant Kditor It. A. Love .Assistant Kditor M. R. Thomas '.Assistant Kditor Inez Ayres Assistant Kditor Berna Sillure Assistant Editor Ersvl Battle Assistant KditOf Lucile Snipes Si... Assistant Kditor Est en Willingham.. . .Assistant Manager Travis Franks Assistant Manner Margaret llarkey.... Assistant Manager SOU'WESTER by some. Monday will no doubt swing back to its oldBoliday dress with ex pressiou recitals and other attractions tilling its open dates! All student ac- tivities will be undertaken with renew- ed zeal, and enthusiasm and Southwes- tern will again give evidence of its tra- ditional multiplicity of student enter- prises. Debating, which had been aband...

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