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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1918

mmmmmmmm wr-4-wi"""')"'M"mi"t """"' "" '""w' Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 16 1918 No. 22 mmmmmmmjimmmn C $k Simmons Brand STUDENTS STRUGGLE WITH TERM EXAMS Scholarship Was High Dnrlnir "Win- ter Term In Splto of Outside Activity. T COWBOY PILLTOSSERS I WITH CLEAN SLATE For the laBt three days tho stud- ents of Old $im have been laboring undor tho strain of term oxamlnntlons. Tho Winter Term onds Saturday March 1G. Examinations began Thurs- day morning at nlno o'clock and will contlnuo until Saturday at four o'clock. Thoso students who wcro diligent enough to mako a grade of A plus during tho term and woro thus exempt havo boon "taking It easy." Others who woro not so lucky havo boon roaming tho campus with wist- ful looks during tho day and cram- ming at night with tho hope that they might "get by." Notwithstanding many drawbacks tho Winter Term Just past has been ono of tho most successful in tho his- tory of Simmons College. Tho Cow- boy Quintette carried o...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1918

S IV faw3 Brand $ Taa JT4kly pHbltoMlea ot IIkmbbb CftfcMrti'Abilt&e Txu. Witk a Quarterly Literary Supplemeat "Tke Corral." SulMMriptto& ?rio the Year... .$1.50 Mentor of tke Texas Intercollegiate Free Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Baals. Of tke Third Floor library Building R. W. Foy .. '. Editor Jn Chief Carroll Spangler . . Business Manager D. Q. Riddle 4 News Mildred Foy Special Ahbr King .'.... Exchanges Issue Editor .... Vernon McCasland Reporters for This Week. John MoWhorter Margaret Norvell Allister Goodnight Mary Cooper. Harry Duke Max Stoker Wilbur Wimboriy NOTICE ADVERTISERS. ' Turn new copy In net later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy.' Spring Styles In New White Boots Most assuredly tho cor- rect models for Spring aro White Military ' Boots 5 Eyelet Lace Oxfords and Plain Pumps with Louis XV and Military heels graceful slender lines. AVe are ready as never be- foro with tho greatest as- sortment of "Wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1918

imfi..vn...JJ.. l-.ll.)l'.HtP . pw . 7) J"VI"r--. r4f T LATEST PRE iTYLE A Weekly Fashion Service That Keeps Us in Touch With New York's ForemosT: Style Creators Through tins special fashion service the women of our city can 1)0 as smartly gowned as the women of New York. To keep up with the constantly changing styles we have mado arrangements with New York's leading Dress Creators to send us each week the smartest new frocks that come from their designing department. OUR SUIT SECTION offers a similar service presenting the nowest Tailored Suits each week direct from Fifth' Avenue New York. ( TYITII OUlt FBIENDS. Colorado Chimps. Simmons would like to shake band? with tho "Coloradoitea" In congratu- lation for their recent great victor) that of winning state championship This big Texas college Is thoroughly qualified to rojolco with this sister school of another stato since sbo la Just now experiencing tho bouyan' thrilling sensation that accompanies tho ''corrallng" of such an hono...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1918

r miimEsEs3S3 'MJ! J' a. a i . mi. Ml. l 5 r - ttt AtqNaiRttd With Thist Wirthmor $100 Waists MINTER DRY GOODS CO "Abilene s Progressive Store." r a m mi . an b Lyric Theatre -;..--. WHERE QIM.ITY REIGNS - MONDAY MARCH 18 Mrs. Vernon Cestle 'Sfi-sifirliarl I lAAVVV j FIVE PARTS .-V PATHE NEWS WEEKLY' S ' ' Clara Kimball Youn&in ! Don't Miss i EAT AT . Metropolitan Cafe One per cent gross receipts donat- ed to the Red Cross. JACK GILSTRAP Manager SPRING IS HERE . JPresli Vegetables of all kind.- .Good. Groceries all with quick deliyery service. Chandler & Schultz THE QUALITY GROCERS FOUR PHONES 820 Save Those Help .Uncle Sam win tho war 15e Nobby Radford Building1 American Expeditionary Forces ' Jan. 31 1918. Editor of the Simmons Brand Abilene Texas pear Mr. Editor: Herewith I am attaching a clipping from the Chicago Tribune European Edition which may be of interest to you in that it touches on a vital point pt the Y; M. O. A. yrorlc among tho sol- filers. ' Speaking as a ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1918

Stw5wiiwwwi w;WbwIMimw5 immons Brand Vol. II ' SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 23 1918 No. 23 r-"TTr-i fnfiwtm0H0Sff)tSn-r mm y y7?tAc. 8V (. MEET H IN APRIL Faculty Members Attach Great Im- portance to The Event. Large Number of Visitors and Con- testants to be Entertained on Slmmonfi Campus It Is now practically understood that tho annual Intorscholastic High School Meet of tho 10th district will bo held on the Simmons sampus some time in April probably about tho eighteenth or nineteenth. Each .high school in this district holds a locaj meet. This consists of Contests in dobato oratory and de- clamation and spelling as well as all of tho contests connected with a track meet under the direction of tho state director at Austin. After tho local contests havo been held tho repre- sentatives of tho respective High SchoolB como together and hold a .county meet. The wlners in these county contests are those whp aro to como to Simmons and to Abiieno for tho District meet. Thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1918

. " STtjeSnmmonsBrnnfl EASTER March 3.1st The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilono Toxas. Your Easier Shoes Are Here With a Quarterly Literary Supplomont "The Corral." Subscription Price tho Yoar....?l.E0 iR.i ( S. ft ' l? Member of the Toxas Intercolleglato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Morlt BaBis. Office Third Floor Library Building "W Foy ..... Editor In Chlof Carroll Springier' . . Business Manager D. Q. Itlddlo . News Mlldrod Foy Special Anna IClng : Exchanges Iasuo Editor . .... Vernon "McCasland Reporters for this week' Mack Stokes Alllster Goodnight Mary Copper Solon Feathorstono John Mc- Whorter Hester Gobs Chlstlno Glenn. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In' not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy." The Simmons Zone While wo aro hearing so much about the ten mile zono and other legislative and municipal enactments calculated to protect the American soldier from the many forms of social evils which see...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1918

1 'WWPWP WW1-"'1 A Smart tetedM This new creation in Stetson Hats readily adapts itself to men and young men alike. It is one of the finest style achievements of the season. $ 9 TMEM EATS $3.00 TO $.00 i AUlnt'l fntrlU 5kWt Fit . anwoei PERSONALS Corporal Leonard Goodnight of Camp Bowlo was on the campuB this week. Mondo Thaxton is back on tho job after a short visit home. Edmund Caroy has returned from a visit homo. Vivian Morris and Nettio Diller are back from their visit to Albany. Dana and Mildred Poy visited home- folks in Baird between terms. Euen Patterson went to his homo in Rising Star Saturday. LjR. Stanfield is not in school this terin John McWhorter taught mathemat- ics in A. H. S. part of this week. Solon IL Featherstono and family visited relatives in Tuxedo Sunday. Jako Sandefer is confined to his room with measles this week. LUa Cox is taking a short vacation at her homo in Canton this week. Gladys Cain will not return ' to school on account of the Illness of her mot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1918

i If 1 NEW SUITS FOR SPRING - DISPLAY A SLIM SILHOUETTE 4 Tho eton jacket is placed high in popular favor exquisitely tailored suits from Bellsingor and Printzess in both sport and dressier styles are hero. Materials used are Serges Poplins Poirot Twills Covert and Taffeta Vesteo dffects closo fitting shoulders semi-fitted waists and narrow skirts are some of the new features. Tho better suits aro hero in all wanted shades and at prices much below value. Suit prices are from $22.50 to $85.00 WltH OUR FRl'ENDS The New Spring Dresses Are Extremely Pleasing Tho slender Silhouotto still predominates but this is sometimes relieved by pleasing effects of sash and girdle with tunics pleated or gathered long or1 short. Materials aro taffetas foulards fancy taf- feta and georgette serges etc. Colors appear in plaids and combinations as well as solid shades. Just the pretty becoming dress you want for any occasion at $16.75 up to $65.00 Tho NoW Millinery Full of Spring Timo Charm Gago Bros an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1918

p-"B- i-f i ct" wwr i V iwt - ? H iw'i yt iwn wyni imu.H'M'1 nfnwn'mw" jWW'l'f 'J1 A i'iMiWP !" mmjn a mM'i Wpt I ' ffl ifftffr 'Wg- ' ft fe Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENfc TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 30 1918 No. 24 r- -rzmr-'r t n- Ns HJ 5 I fe Lack of Strong Reserve Pitching Staff Causes Cowboys to Lose Second Game to Tarleton " by 204 Tho second scries of baseball games of tho season was played by tho Cow boys on tholr own field Monday and Tuesday with tho Aggies from Jol: 1 Tarleton CoIIcko of Sterihonvlllo Monday in splto of tho fact that both teams have ns yot played very llttlo this year tho game was pronounced by tho crowd who wltnesser It gen- ulnely good ball. Tho score was 3-0 for Simmons. Both tho Cowboys and tho Aggies gavo a good account of themselves. The Tarleton boys how- over under tho leadership of tholr pitcher Hudsplth were unablo to hold tho Cowboys as they rallied around their star pitcher of last year's famous team Capt. Norman. Nor- man showed up at his best when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1918

I SFtjp Simmons Brand The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. True Shoe Economy With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." Subscription Prlco tho Yoar....$1.50 Member of tho Toxas Intorcolleglato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit basis. Office Third Floor Library Building 11. W. Foy Editor in Chief Carroll Spanglor . Business Manager D. Q. IUdcllo 4. Nows Mildred Foy Special Anna King .- Exchanges Reporters for this week Mack Stokes Alllster Goodnight Mary Cooper Solon Featherstone John Mc- Whprter Hester Goss Chlstino Glenn NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy.'' Wake up Simmona! Whero is tho pop that "brought so mnny victories dur- ing the basketball season? Does the student body expect tho Cowboys to do both the rooting and tho playing? Come but to tho games Monday and Tuesday with the determination to root for all there is in you. It means victory for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1918

NEW SPRING SHIRTS and TIES ARE HERE in tho handsomest designs and colors we have ever shown. The minute you see them you'll know you haven't got enough Shirts and Tics. They"ro so good and in such handsome now patterns you can't resist them. SHIRTS made by Manhat- tan Cluett-Peabody and oth- er foremost makers are hero in boundless variety of orig- inal designs in Silk Madras Mercerized and other exclu- sive weaves for Spring and Summer. $1.50 TO $10. SOARFS in beautiful new Spring patterns of richly col- ored Silks in tho newest wide flowing end designs at SOc. 75c. SI to S2 ' t - -r tc;: urn-re Slmmorlngs of Sim. Mon Dj wont Into tho Dlblo class ono morning with' a 'rather Btisplcloua look on his face Tho feature that excited tho most Busplclous bolng tho oxtromo redness of his noso. Dr. Fry noticed this and inquired gravely for its causo. Mon D answered tho inquiry thus: "My noso is just blushing with prldo ovor tho fact that It had never butted Into anybody's olso's business." P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1918

" - "" - NEW SUITS FOR SPRING - DISPLAY A SLIM SILHOUETTE The oton jacket is placed high in popular favor exquisitely tailored suits from Bellsinger and Printzesg in both sport and dressier styles aro here. Materials used are Serges Poplins Poirct Twills Covert and Taffeta Vesteo effects close fitting shoulders somi-fitted waists and narrow skirts aro Bomo of the new features. The better suits aro hero in all wanted shades and at prices much below value. Suit prices aro from $22.50 to $85.00 The Now Spring Dresses Are Extremely Pleasing The slender Silhouette still predominates but this is sometimes relieved by pleasing effects of sash and girdle with tunics pleated or gathered long or short. Materials are taffetas foulards fancy taf- feta and georgette serges etc. Colors appear in plaids and combinations as well as solid shades. Just the pretty becoming dress you want for any .occasion at $16.75 up to $65.00 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." MAKING THE WORLD SAFE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

rw fyTTP T ' ' ' 'TmmP'ifffJf-1 -0 yyHtWr"xrTf-17nr 'jr'F'f W '; -iwy pww r'r-Tyrvn ii i yinu bww(iu1pi" Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENfi TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 6 1918 No. 25 irw""" -"tw'T"" "" T"'' ' g jHmmwi5 Branfl C IV II PRESS CLUBBERS EN- JOY SOCIAL FUNCTION OEF THE CAMPUS Dr. and Mrs Cooper Entertain. Dele- gates Elected to T. I. P. A Speeches by Profs. Campbell and Davidson. MARSTON GYMNASIUM One of tho most enjoyable social functions of tho year for tho Press Club was tho entertainment given by Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Cooper at their bomb In Alia Vista Monday evening April 1. The members of tho club left Mary- Frances Hall about eight o'clock and jitneyed over. They -were cordially received by Dr. and Mrs. Cooper and Miss Cooper. After a few minutes spent In cheer- ful conversation President Foy called the house to order for the purpose of transacting somo important business. First Miss Mary Cooper ono of tho most faithful and enthusiastic work- ers In tho Press Club was appointed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

2rt)?$jmmonsJBr?ind J True Shoe Economy Mingus-Price Co. Shoes Clothiers Hattors and Men's Furnishers! Here you always get tho very latest of Style with a Guarantees of Satisfaction 1 "EVERYTHING NEW THAT'S GOOD" Headquarters for all College and High School Boysl . Service and Appreciation is Our Motto 1 The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary. Supplement "The Corral." Subscription Price the Yoar....?1.50 Shoes cost more than they used to everything does. But now as always it is more economical to buy the well made shoe of tho best materials rather than a much poorer shoe at a slight- ly lower price. Year for wear tho good shoe cost less and it looks better and feels bettor for a longer time. Member of tho Toxas Intorcollegiato Press Association. illIKN Staff? Selected From Studont Body on Merit Basis m;i i 1I.I ...l.iMi ii i Offico Third Floor Library Building 'll. W. !FOY J- Editor-in-Chief Mary Cooper Asso Editor Carroll Sparigler Busine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

Y tfif w f' Baseball Park POPES TO SPEND EVERY OTHER WEEK Simmons Basketball Squad - St Vlow of the Athletic park and Gran play. This Is tho park In which will moot. WBMiKUtoTiitnmTOPimimmmtwinnmmmmairwiiuiiiMiaiitiiuiuiiiiiwiwHHBiiuiiiMmiinmmiiiimiitwmii L GIVES ENTERTAINMENT Tho students of Simmons College and tho pcoplo of Ablleno wore pleas- antly entertained .on Saturday "even- ing March 30 by a recital given by tho voice pupils of Miss McLoan and tho music pupils of Prof. Anderson. Misses Dowdy and Morris. Much ar- tistic talent was Bhown by all those participating. Tho following pro- gramme was rendered: 1. Arabesque Moyer-IIolmund Played by Miss Colla May 2. Cradle Song Dancla Played by Miss Dorothy Sandofcr 3. Historical Story Songs Gottschalk Sung by Miss Naomi Watson 4. tSpinnlng Wheel'' Splndlor Played by Miss Gladys Prewlt 5t (a "Tho Wood-Pigeon" Lohmann (b) "Tho YoUow-IIammor" . Lelanann Sung by Lucy Newberry G. "Tho Swallows" Bachmann Played by Lloyd Uoynolds 7i Hunga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS r. JEFFERSON D. SANDEFER LL. D. PRESIDENT .!.' -V.- Spring Quarter Began March 18th. Summer Quarter and Summer Normal Begin June 6th. A Call is Sounded to High School Young Men and High School Young Women ' ' This appeal is issued in the main to High School students. Young men and young women so fortunate as to have attained unto a degree of preparation enabling them to graduate this year from a High School are in a position to render a service their country sorely needs. We are thus calling your attention to this demand and hope to enlist you if possible in the service. Your preparation is a challenge and your coun- try calls you to accept the responsibility of it to take up the mantle of your fellows in arms and carry on to a finish the tasks unselfishly laid" aside by them to engage for action in the cause of humanity. .i Due to a lack of funds many High Schools are closing or are going to close early and the work done in such schools will not theref...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

WT '- - fr . If you're Looking-for Smart Style' Comed See Our Steiri-Bloch And ( Kirschbaum Cloth When you see them you will not need to think about quali- ty you know that is absolute ly right. Just find the 'style and model that suits you; we have it. A profusion pf bril- liant style features for young men in college high school and business at $15.00 $20.00 $25.00 up G AUUnt't PtwriU SkWt tua anwoei PERSONALS Miss Verio Jones is again In school after a brief illness. Mr. "Baby" Shaw was a visitor in Chapel Thursday morning. Mrs. J. D. Sandefer has returned from a short visit to Coleman. . Mr. "Runt" Skinner is to visit home folks in Balllnger this week. Mr. Paul Watanabl preached three Bormons at Trent Sunday. Mr. J. D. Sandefer 1b again on the job after a prolonged illness. Mr. George Ashburn has gone to his homo in Tuoxedo- on acount ot illness. Miss Mary Reedor student In Sim- mons last term spent a few days in Mary-Frances Hall this week. Mr. Joe Wilson has been called to his...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1918

The Best Suits money will buy are made by HART SGHAFFNER & MARX. All . Wool materials fine hand-finished tailor ng the best linings hair cloth arid felt giving them shape retaining qualities newest models and nobby weaves arickpat- terns are here in a wide assortment for individual selection. Real suit satisfaction goes with every suit. Prices $20 $25 $27 .50 $30 and $35. It II I I m s I I E A fit companion for a Hart Schaffner & Marx. Suit is a hat of known worth and reliability. We have just the style and color that will suit you in the new Spring blocks. Colors are brown khaki green grey black and material. Prices ar.e $4.50 $5 $5.50 and $6. - a an- IIH -tin- f Lyric Theatre - WHERE QUALITY DEIGNS 'Monday Ivan Mozukin J -m- '. 66 The Beggar Woman and Pathe Tuesday Tom Mix in "Cupid's Round up" j Fox Feature WEDNESDAY SPECIAL ATTRACTION "A MODERN HORELEI" Away From the Beaten Path ' .Different From Other Features 250 Diving Chorus and Swimming Ballet 250 "A hundred per cen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1918

1 nii'w1''1 w ' wwwwwwfipwiii" t .'wnMnnmnniiiwmiiimn imuyEimi;iri 0 ilimitk.var:l mji i mmnfm jsa Mr. Carl P. Springer 1202 Sylvan Drive Abilene Texal '4 Vol. II Simmons College abilene Texas Saturday april 13 1918 No. 26 ' ' " ipW"lViy''ww'wy'"VTy"'t"'' nunfrumpwaM' "iwswofwm)wnyn"t' ti Tr" FIRST SIMMONS MAN IS WOUNDED ON BATTLE FRONT III FRANCE Roy Halo Being Sent Homo as tho . Result of Wounds Received While on Actlro Service. Thursday morning tho nows camo to Simmons that Roy Hale -who was in Simmons from 1910 to 1912 was wounded in action Bomowhcro In Franco. His mother received notlco from tho War Department that ho wob wounded by having both JawB broken and would bo sent home as soon as ho could safely loavo tho hospital. Mr. Halo is tho first Simmons man to bo wounded on tho firing line in France. Ho joined tho army at El Paso sometimo last May beforo thoso of military ago wero required to reg- ister. His homo was at Proctor Toxao. The committeo having in chargo tho keeping...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1918

-wn?wr- r- tfll?$immonsBr?mit The Weekly Publication of SimmonB College Abilene Texas. With a Quartorly Literary Supplement ."Tho "Corral." Subscription Price tho Year.... $1.50 Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. ' Office Third Floor Library Building R W. FOY EdItor-in-Chlof Mary Cooper Ksbo. Editor Carroll Spangler Business Mgr. True Shoe Economy ingus-Price Co. (Mon's Quality Outfitters.) i Shoes cost more than they used to everything does. But now as always it is more economical to buy the well made shoo of the best materials rather than a much poorer shoe at n slight- ly lower price. "Wear for wear the good shoe cost less and it looks bettor and feels better for a longer time. Headquarters for nil College and High School Boys! Better selections in the new Spring Clothing Hats Shirts Neckwear Underwear Hosiery Belts etc. "EVERYTHING NEW THAT'S GOOD" i UK 1 I D. Q. Riddle News Editor Mildred Foy - 1 Special Anna ...

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