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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 December 1951

. Page 3 Kxx ?''i;jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjmRiw-' Jv lr !JB MHm :v Cagers Bow to 9 Midwestern St. Ed Southwest Texas Monday night siw the liullin. los tit M dwostoiit M-f.t in t hu'.l tuuglit guilt nt the hi mie gvm. I'lo Inilnus limn Wlililt Killi took m rnly UmiI and it the lull In til a :;7-'.!! niiigln. I'lio MiMiui.v i.igcts iMiiii' bull mill tied the r imi1 nt r:t-!:t with thiee minutes lo vj n i befoio the tlnil Iturct but In tl'e list tliice minutes of wllil oxilmnge tl'i' Midwestern w mini a lilt the bucket tin eight points to ilinoh the nimi' .it fil-ft." McMurry suffered n tdnw llrst lull lull tilninsl m.ute iii fur II In lhi litl Iwii uuirlers. They 1'iinie hark with ilent of lire lint couldn't iiilli overoiiiiio the le ul. The .standout foi Midwestern was U'Noil Weivoi ! sophoiunio ) tloni Maitins Mill Toms Ills ex ceptional hook shot .mil .iblillv to tike the lobouuds in ulo him the Rime's leading seoiei McMuiry eontlnued Its losing ways I. ist week end as they f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 December 1951

The WAR WHOOP Friday December 21 1951. Piie 4 "NOT EVEN A h Vnne Daniel "ImillV IiiiiiiiirIiir Id squeeze hciM-ir thiough tin dnnt f the bus Mis Dm t Osboino walked Invv i tl ii re H without bntheiiiiR l.i piy Iiim line Shi' wslkotl pi olid- y as heroines olio of her PhI- II hi i piitnitno.il llgure In the iuiuiiiiiii.lv. Icachi-i of I hr seventh ri iili- In oni- or I ho locil schools ii live I ' iliiiii'li vvoik ami a mem- lii'i ol tlu Hist Methodist ehoii Tin- bus ililvi'i Rive her n quos- i.niiiiK look ns II to siy "l-uly wliil ili you think this l.s?" She in iy Inn1 been a blR hug to the i ininiitii' t y hut to him she wis nst iinothoi pisscngoi. "I'll p.iy you In .i iiilmtt r." D.ii i Mill in a sii';nl -honey v.tleo that sounded sti uigely like a fit's. She mmhiI husi'lf anil iciiiianged the tihhiint on tlic piekige Rally i l ini'il with M.us and pom-etHas Unit hlii- hi'lil. Blissfully she tliotiRh ol what was Inside. She had Ii night II il Tiai. thi' swankiest dcpiilmoiit sloi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

SEMESTER EXAMINATION SCHEDULE MONDAY-FRIDAY; JANUARY 15-19 Monday Jan. 14: 11:00 MWF 9-12; 8:00 TT 2-5. Tuesday .Ian. 15: 10:30 TT 9-12; 8:00 MWF 2-5. Wednesday .Ian. 16: 9:00 MWF 9-12; 1:00 MWF 2-5. Thuraday .Ian. 17: 10:00 MWF 9-12; 1:00 TT 2-5. F.-.day Jan. 18: 2:30 TT 9-12; 2:00 MWF 2-5. N.il.-- from (larnot Graoy: Kvory Ntudtnt must no.-iiro a rL-aran-p slip from the business office lefon fairing ixams. IN PREPARATION Caught in a studying pose by roving photographer David Barros is this group of six preparing for the coming semester exams. Seated left to right: Shigeo Sato Bert Affleck Vannie McMurry and Edna Mae Sell. Standing are James Littlepage and Marylyn Logan. Rare Instruments Donated by McM Ex McMuiry College received sev- ci.il r.ue and priceless antique musical Instruments during the Thursday chapel program. Thomas H. Gieer McMuiry music student of the Kite thirties returned to his f Alma Mater last week to enter- tiin the student body with a violin concert which he c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

Peggy Whitson Elected New Delta Beta Epsilon President by IMh Kendall DKLTA I1KTA Peggy Whitson wis elected pies- Idont nf I). Hi Beta Kpllnn Thins- diy night ut the weekely club inciting .She Is nssuniliiK the du- ties nf thi' pist pipsUlcnt .tin Mack who le jjnod duo to .1 lii'.ivy i hcdiilc. 11 inn wi'io dlsciHsi'd for the dub hinqlii'l which is to be held on Fehtmiv 1!.'? lit) SAKI Mt'inbi'is of Kn Hnl tlii'h dates .mil I'xiM will bo onti'it lined ut n puty .it the YMCA Frldiv. Feb- iii n y 1. Surprise Party Honor Jimmie Davis Jlinmie Uivis wl;o Is graduat- ing wis honored with ii hiii prise gnlug-.iway pnt.v t the homo of Mr. and Mrs U. C. Hill Saturday evening. Lyndell Sehlueter was In charge of iiriangcincnt.s. The puty was highlighted by p u lor g lines I ef reshnient.s and the pioent.itlon of a place-setting of sllverwire to Miss Divis who will leave .school to accept a teach- ing position in her home town bullosa. Present weic Ona Belle True Kay M ithews Oene Kerrell James...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 ( 0 Friday January 11 1952. J r j 1 !":! ' A . v HiUiw; . aaaaaHal ''; '!- uJff IwSPHi jaaaaaKil b- it in i ibb THEY LOOK TO YOU FOR HKI.P Geraldlne Czamecki visits Saul Morse during recess from schoolroom classes in polio ward of New York hospital. These two young patients uind tens of thousands of others in all parts of the country look "to the March of Dimes for help when polio strikes. Tripled S)lio incidence of the past four years has taxed the March of imes so severely that the 1952 drive period has been doubled to include all of January. SOUTH TEXAS LUMBER CO. &- PTO BUILDS 1102 Oak Street ABILENE TEXAS pHE PENDER CO. Manufacturing Stationers "THE WEST TEXAS HOUSE" Hji Office and School Supplies 273 Cypress Phone 4-7225 WftlexasUtilides Jff GomAM9 mw Air HKWlnl Phone 4-6232 Whtn II camti le work RtdaV It a real All-Amrlcan.... and ht workt far only ftw aannlM a day) C v ' ' A ."' xt v-" im' JBBBbIh BK&ralBBVH. w r nV-4JBEjS!bbBB ' TRAPPED!!! Betwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

Page 4 EDITORIAL The WAR WHOOP Friday January 11 1952. V""V lH& ' eHKlsiiiV'LLLLrV . bB L?wk J I 1 I I W" 4 flw imBSSk BfflfnBfBLL9:fflTflfflfflffliMii ut 2.uiU SUeUex 79 Sunny-faced Larry Jim Gross 1952 March of Dimes poster lad is a real son of the United States Army. With his father Chief Warrant Officer Jim Wheeler Gross and his mother Helen Larry Jim has lived his whole life around army camps in Florida Georgia and now Wiesbaden Germany where his dad is attached to the 2105 Air Weather Group Air Weather Service U. S. Air Force as engineering officer. Like his pals the GIs Larry Jim has had to learn to fight the hard way. His personal enemy is polio. He's been battling polio for more than five and a half years ever since he was 16 months old. Even General Ike would admit that is pretty young for a soldier's battles to begin. Larry Jim who will be seven on January 2nd opening day of the 1952 March of Dimes has had some pretty tough skir- mishes with the enemy in those years. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

l C Backseat Basketball By Richard AduntH HOYS AND atKLS today I should like to talk about a subject which 1h dear to every student's heart an ACC-MeMurry nthletic contest. The particular contest in yuliul happens to he the basketball jBtumc scheduled for the McMurry gym Saturday Jan. It). This occuis during break between semesters when 7ft per cent of the student body has gone home. SRVRRAL STUDENTS have ex- picsscd concern over the schedul- ing of this game on said date. They believed that It could have been arranged at a time when we ol McMurry could counteract in part that tremendous ACC spirit in the form of one thousand howling .set earning yelling paying; students and fans. IT SEEMS ODD Indeed that the most Important game of the year would be scheduled at this date. But maybe our team Is different jrfaybc deep down In their hearts they would rather play In their SIXTEEN CAGE TILTS REMAIN Coach Mel J ov. ell's Indian eager engage In 16 more con- tents iM'fore winding nut the I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 January 1952

Page 6 p -sHL - kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkHK B LHmi .T'iTkkB kkkkkkkkkH TOP TlIKi:i: WAR WHOOP STORIES OF '51 IN PICTURES Above are the accompanying pictures to the selected top three War Whoop stories of 1951. Left is the No. 1 story of the year: the new Reservation used in centralizing of Homecoming around the Indian theme. Pictured center is the Top Ten Stories In '51 War Whoop 1. Homecoming new theme of the Indian reservation and the crowning of the Reserva- linn .Princess and Chief Mc- Murr. 2. The opening of the Student Life Center to the student body. 3. First let or of the Indian banket ball team oer Abilene Christian since 1046. 4 .The death of ). 1. Thrane and C'hurleM Miller Jr. A. The first graduate courses to- ward a professional degree of Matter of Education. 6. Recognition of War Whoop oh flrnt place winner of the ttcrond division of the Texan Intercollegiate Pnwa Assocla- tlon. 7. Resignation of Vernon 1111- llnrd athletic director. 8. The 2 1 m annual Texan Con- ference...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX McMurry College Abilene Texas Friday January 25 1952. Number 16 Temperance Lectures on George B. Roblnsnn a member of the staff of the Methodist Board of Temperance spoke In chapel Tuesday morning Jan. 22. Robinson who is in Abilene giv- ing n series of lectin es to stu- dents spoke on the subject "Where Do We Go From Here?" In his talk he explained some of the natcotics temptations of the youth of today. Robinson has had a full career of temperance work Soon after graduating from college in Illinois he went into Boy Scout work. He did that for 12 years and then was named direc- tor of the Illinois Temperance League for an- other 12 years. Then Robinson was made direc- tor of the Nebraska Temperance League for three yeirs before bc- Football Banquet Postponed The annual Football Banquet originally scheduled for tomor- row night has been postponed until Friday Feb. 1. Jan Black secretary of the Student Council has started plans for the banquet which will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

Pledge Season Plans Dominate Weekly Social Club Meetings Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Friday January 25 1052. MONDAY AT 7 P.M. ABILENE DISTRICT MYF HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET IN DINING HALL In the McMmry Dining Hull the Ab.lcuc Oistlict MYF Is to h ive its unnuil binquct Mondiy night at 7 p.m. Thtec hundred me ex- pected. Tommy Russell conference MYK picildent Is to he nviitcr of eeie- monies lor the evening. The Uev. .( ) That Feminine Touch ltd s Nolo ll.ii it thr fust ol lenej ol columm loi ibp M ihIphs of llie Reieivatton and litis tn it purpoi.. the giving of helpful limit on lht Intel fashions and beauty tips by Marian Pechaeek It's sprint? in Junuary with new colors new fabrics new fashions It's that time of year when pret- tiness prevails -with soft woolens linens and cott'ins accented by flowers and that new straw bon- net replacing the heavier woolens und corduroys. New and evcltlng colors have already made their apitettranct: (IiIh year. Colors ranging from the richest gold tn ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

The WAR WHOOP Page 3 CAMPUS EXCHANGE ELEVEN YEAR OLD VISITOR TO ETS SPEAKS 3 LANGUAGES Friday Jnnunry 25 1952. by I. on Iimiii Witt kins Visiting F.ast Texas State Col- lege speech clinic is an eleven year old i)y wlio has been around tlu world one time lived In two eoun- tries and lias learned throe lan- guages hi'slilcs his native Knglish. He learned Spanish in South Anier- iea and Dutch and Malayan in Indonesia. Proposes ChiiitgCH A student at the tlnlverslty of Illinois feels that college eheers are not in keeping with the dignity of the student. He proposes the following changes: t. Instead of "Ot the Hall" Obtain the oblate spheroid. f 2. Rather than "Hold the line" Impede the foe's lorward thrust along the two dimensional entity. 3. For "Go team go" Proceed oh valiant proeeed. hey! I. Instead of "We want a .. touelulown" We demand a thrust 'forward maintaining as our ob- jeetlve the passage of our adver- sary's goal. ft. And for "Hit 'em again hard- er" Henceforth smite them ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

Above you sec a sketch of a famous Indian do you know Ins stoiy' Many moons ago on a Reseivation in West Texas this old Redman known simply as the Wise One was the law. He was the most intelligent as well as the oldest native of the South- west and was admit ed and respected by adults loved and wot shipped by the youngsters Dunng the moon that the White Man landed in the Ameri- cas the Wise One became concei ned with the indifferent and careless attitude of his Tube They failed to repair and keep then cncle of Teepees looking neat and the interior of each Biave's home was just as unkept. Then too the horses were liaggatd undo! fed un-watered and pooily groomed Even the Papooses weie destiuctivc m their games. It saddened the old Wai 1 lor to see such lethargy among his people. Each day he went to the Totem pole with his ceremo- nial spear and cloth and piayed to the Great Spirit for relief of the situation The sun lose and set many times with no avail. Then eaily one ciystal-cold da...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

9 $3$ftCfcift$$ftftftM'ftJ!ft$ftg& Backseat Basketball tt Hiclmrd Adams FIRST BASKETBAM.. ACTION of tin now soniestet flmls the In- dians In S m Antonio fot n iiiuplo of tilts with Btooko Mcdiinl Ceu- tct The III st gium w is lust night with the finale being staged to- 1 night Btooke 11 son in ton in initio up of ox ptofissionil anil lolhgc c igors Ins henlin Tavloi How ml Piivno Austin College mil ACC Apparentlv tho locals no taking on sonic of tholi tough- osl opposition of tho si imiu THE BUOOKK ATTACK n- olis iiounil Kill Tom formoi Klio anil piofossionil gloat Tom is or adopt at gttliug himself into position foi shots undot tho hiskot This pioooduri which ho poiloims with iippm nt oisi would piobablv miiko the ordinal tun-of-tho-mlll plaM'i appoai is if ho woie tving himsoll into i squire knot So Iidian bow uo Thoro s six foot six ini lies of him and ho -"vlns boon tho Alamo foi more Uhm one of Kiookos opponents TUESDAY NIGHT marks the inaugural of confoiiiue pla is fu is t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 25 January 1952

Page 6 The WAR WHOOP Friday January 25 1952. Weekly Devotionol Kindness A Test Of Christianity Scripture: Kphoslnns lilM-HIi. "Let nil bitterness mikI wrath and anger and clamour niul evil spoking be put ii way from you. With all malice: And be ye kind one to another tenderhearted for- giving one another oven as (od for Christ's sake hath forgiven you." Most of the waste of life lies In the kindness we have not .shown and the talents wo have not used. Why do wo fear to do a kindness oven though we may be rebuffed when wo are prompted merely by tiu spirit of good will? The un- expected kindly deeds are the sweeteners of life. 11 Is easy to he kind to those who love us even the non-Christian is that. Hut how truly Christlike It is to bo kind to those whom we may never see again. That is the unfailing tost of kindness. Let mo ho a little kinder. Lot mo bo a little blinder To the faults of thoi-o about me; Lot mo praise a little more. Lot mo bo a little meeker With another that is weake...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1952

the WAR WHOOP Volume XXIX MuMurry College Abilene Texas Friday February 1 1952. Number 17 k. WiM L k lONK WOLF Buddy Dulin center does not seem disturbed that he was the only male elected anions; Future Teachers of America officers for 1952-53 last week. Dulin was chosen vice- president. Others officers for the new year left to right are: Marilyn Wright secretary; Judy Duvall historian and parlia- mentarian: Andy Anderson reporter; arid Byrdie West treas- urer. Margaret Jameson not pictured was elected president. FTA Selects Officers for 52-53 Sweetheart Elections Riilo r e highlighted Monday' meeting of Future Teachers of America as the organ- ization elected officers for '52 and T).'l and u sweothenrt that will he sent to the annual spring conven- tion ut Sul Ross March 28-20. Margaret Jameson was elected president and Buddy Dulin vice- president. Marilyn Wright and Byrdie Lee West will assume the duties this semester and carry through '53 as secretary and treas- urer. Andy Anders...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1952

Pnpc 2 EDITORIAL Tin- WAR WHOOP ?U TttcUKteHOHce &efred oh Tfouf Thf War Whoop noted fof its fiery spirit all over the cam- pun would like to take this opportunity to say something rompiimuntnty foi a change- lor a change has occurred. Particularly impressive was the turn-out nt the two Indian basketball games this week. And spirit as well as attendance picked up. Tuesday we were rewarded with a long-desired win and lor the first time this year we saw that explosive contagious display of enthusiasm. It was music to this depart- ment's ears. Prof. Hynum and the Indian Hand played a big role too. Although the game was delayed some 45 minutes because of t!i( absence of a l-efercp the bandsters carried through with a real variety concert; and with few if any breaks. We even had a tumbling show. Wednesday our Tribesters lost a tough one but that spirit was still there Idol's keep it there. GUEST EDITORIAL Are you specializing for a career? Arc you working or plan- ning night and day ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1952

r. r SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Women's Clubs' Histories Revealed for Prospects A ' h Mnrlnn lVehacek HiMiliiiR the list of all convet- setions thi si davs among the uoin- on on the impiiH is the topic of iiinh si ison and the social cluh the would like to pledge Man women on the campus want to become n member of one of the four Rlrls' clubs and In deciding should deride on the (hilt which she think Is best Milted for her the one Nhe would he happiest In Bach of the clubs has a dlf- feiont pin pose and ech has diffei- ent tr iditions to uphold 1)K1-T BKT The newest gills social club on f(the cimpus is Delta Beta Epsilon 'It was organi7ed Feb 18 1041 with its tolots as green gold and white The motto of the club is JZQ EotWithUs f N.Fuss! Big Chief Cafe U07 Sales BAACK'S FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS irpiesenleilive? John Poll D & T CLEAMIiRS 0049 S. Mill Si. .' T ; Page 3 Friday February 1 1952 Fi loncNhlp ' An annual event of the club is the caroling paitv at Chi istnias time fot all the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 1 February 1952

tQ&ttttttttttftt&ttW9ZttttfttttiZiZtt&4tt??tPMa!Si Page 4 SPORTS Backseat Basketball The WAR WHOOP Fnday February 1 1952 B Richard Adams Tribe Snaps Jo wells' Shot McMuny's Indians broke iin 11 -same losing stieak as tlicy tiounccd the highly re- gal ded Howard Payne Yellow Jackets 64-63 Tuesday The Indians were led by the hig'i scoi mg of Carl Jowcll and the icbounding and hustling ot team captain Dick Richev The I ill uii who tl illoil the Yol- ld liilcils 1 hi oiihoul the last lilf i urn fnim Ik hml in the Inst It) spin ls of plix to nip thi m is ( ul low 11 hit i jump shot that t i i tin Inditns tin h ul that the .' in (did to i op their 111 si (onto i mi win Tin illow laikcts holding a Three Men's Volleyball Games on Tab Tonight Mens intnmuril olkvtonll gets into full swing tonight as time gamts ire sehitliihd First game will In holwicn llu Froshnun and Koiuin snond will pit Sophs and luniors thiid is Klxa s IHK Siason optnid last night but the icsiilts win not know...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

CALENDAR Frlda Feb. R Gamma Sig- ma rush mrt ; basketball Al there. Saturday Feb. t Basketball A&l there; N:iph imnrc prt. Mnmlii Feb. II Senatus Rnntanus smoker; VolunlrrrH; Sigma Tail Delta. Tuesday Feb. r Kit Sari smoker; basketball How a ril l'ane there. Wednesday Feb. 13 Chris- tian Foundation. Thursda I Vh. 14 Helta Beta rush art ; Kla smoker. Procter and Gamble Offers Business Grads Positions Pmcter and Gamble Company one of the world's largest manu- factuiei.s has Inquiied at McMur- ly about outstanding business (economies) giaduates for the nianufactui ing d e part m e n t of Procter and Gamble. The giadu.ilc is very carefully coached while 'Woiking during the first two years. Maniifnctiiiing operations are considoted essential and thus of- fers of employment are made ir- respective of the student's military st itus Students interested in the offer should contact Di. Andrew C. Rockover head of economics and business administration de- partment not later than Feb. 12. CF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 8 February 1952

RushSeasonOpens Page 2 SOCIETY The WAR WHOOP Ninety Attend Annua Forum-Volunteer Affair Ivy and candles docked the Woo- ten ballroom Saturday evening for the Forum-Voluteer banquet with 00 persons attendiiiR. Place cards uvre made like a family album containing sketrhes of a church i lu parsonage and family. Marvin K n:tyil district su- perintendent from Plalnvlcw was speaker at the banquet. The theme .. "One Toot in llcav- e.i." S.ira Dickinson Rave a read- Mrs. McDaniel Talks ToWahWahtayste; New Prexy Installed "Correct Dress for the College Oirl o:i the limited BudRct" was the theme of the talk given by Mr.i. W. H. McDaniel Monday night at the meeting of the Wah Wahtaysce. Clothes from Popular Department Store and Ernest Grissom's were modeled by DeAun Simon and Earlenc Hendrickson. Miss Willie Mae Christopher Installed Ida Mar Keith as new president of Wah Wahtaysee at the meeting. Joyce RnbertH former president graduated In January. Miss Keith had been reporter of Wah Wahtaysee...

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