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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1934

>;• m J v- Welcome Men THE HANDOUT Welcome Fish iihlisltcd bv Journalism Ktudcnts of Texas Woman's CoIJcirc VOLUME 19. I'oi-t Wortb, Tt x Saturday, Sc])ternb<'r 2:!. 19: 4 N1.1 1. FORMAL OPENING OF COLLEGE HELD ON SEPTEMBER 18 •f— Faculty Is Introduced; Dr. Burgin Speaks Mrs. Ellen Jane Lindsay, head of the Voice Department, led the entire assembly «in the singing «i ''America", Tuesday morning, Sep- tember 18, in the college auditori- um when T. VV. C was" formally opened. • Dr. Thomas W Brabham, presi- dent of the college, presenter! Marius Their, head of the Violin Ltppatrinent, who played two .violin solos, accompanied by Guy Rich- ardson i'itner, head of the I'iano- Department- As the echoes of the strains of the violin died away, Dr. Brabham bid all students, new , and old,-welcome to T. VV. <j*The president was particularly urgent in,, his ^lea to the students of T. W. C. in that the governing of the sta^CTts cnmput.iiand cofTege ac- tivities* was vested entirely in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1934

V-O - Pago Two THE HANDOUT Saturday, September 22, 1934 The Handout , / : Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first-floor, Administration Building. : . _ ^— Eutcrcd -a,s/sewnd-class attct .Ocw 18, 1832, at the postoffice^at l-ort Wo/th, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879- Subscription Price* $1 00 TEltfPOR^Y EDITORIAL STAFF Editor Frances Crain Associate Editor Jack Jordan P Assistant Editor Ida Mae Smith Feature Editor • Hal L^ngston *tt' ' r4 a Society, Editor' ■ \ ernabell Cowan Sports Editor Charles Chelan Exchange Editor \voinM West {Reporters: Frances Garcia, Bill Shropshire, Ruthanna JLackson, Robert . Baker, Jack Dawk i a, John Paddtick, D. A. Strain. BUSINESS STAFF El Sucio Feeling's of Man Entering T. W. C. Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Martha Jean Stanley ■•J}/ Ruth Key Open Doors „ " " Jt - ■ ~U ■v « Within the next few weeks"¥exas Woma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1934

Saturday, September 22, 19:? f THE HANDOUT i roe r >OCZZZ>OCZIZ>OCIZi: i SOCIETY Go< Reception Held at Jklethodist Church DOC DOC O n DOCZ> About 200 attended the reception given at rhe Polytechnic Methodist Church for the T. W. C- -student body and faculty, Friday evening at 8:00- Get acquainted games were played, directed by Mrs. Ren- tfro. "... Speakers, representing the differ- ent phases of the church .were in- troduced by Robert Baker, presi- dent of the Epworth League. Rev., John Rentfro, as pastor, made the first welcome . address. Other speakers were Mr. Messersmith, of the Sunday School; Mr. Lbwe, as a representative of the board of stewards; Mrs. Rone, representing the missionary society; Mrs: Har- ris, of the Glad Hand Class; and Mrs. Gerard, sponsor of the Young People's Department. A program of humorous skits was presented A modern version 9f "Miles Standish' Brown as John Alden ancf thy Rentfro as i'riscilla. of ''Sue's Message a ' A, "TToro- The cast t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 22 September 1934

A N V. Paj>v Four TilK HANDOUT Saturday, September 22, 1934 I Athletic Prospects Arc Bright-Bowen unite program i ha bet 11 ■ T. \Y. C. nen students >t. 19, in the Brabham pt ithletic. aetiv of men s definitely In a meet- held Wed-, uulitorium, >t ritttl an :v --'for the ath! '4 tun:., *i,d i«g of all sfiesday, S / President ' outline ol sclio# Basketball, t:\ack, and baseball were definitely* mentioned and possibly boxing and tennis teams were disctissejl by some «>£ the men. Mr. <^, L. Boweii of the faculty Vvas named by ! )i ■ l'-rabhayi as di- rector of men's athletics. Mr. Bowetf, besides being' 'an OUt- . standing student sfcholasttcally at Southern Methodist University, participated far fou'r years in ath- letics. From 1926 until he gradu- ated in 1930, he wan a member of the football,, basketball, baseball, Slml teijnis squads. After his graduation from S. M. UMr. Bowen was athletic direc- tor for three years at Westminster Junior College. Tehuicana, Texas, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 September 1934

SOFT HALL TEAM FLA YS TODAY HA ND O UT MOCKKY HAS ST A IfTKI) ! 'i11>li>iH' 1 I>v Journalism Students of Texas WonratiV: <" !J«- >•<' VOLUME 19. Fort \\ oj't h, Texas, Saturday, September 29, 1934. Number 2. Plans Are Advanced for Men's Organization Many Extension Courses Are Offered At Evening School Registration for afternoon and evening school at Texas Woman's College began Tuesday and will close Monday. October 1, accord- ing to John F: Hcnson," Director of the Extension school. From the present enrollment the extension school will be the larg- est which T. W..C. has ever had. Many of those already enrolled artj teachers in the Forth Worth public schools.- The courses which are already scheduled are: Advanced Sociol- ogy, Wm. ^tuart; Spanish, Miss Juanita Cowan;"History and Ap- preciation ol Music, Miss Helen Butler; School Administration, John F Henson; American Hiso- ry, William Stuart; ■ Mental Hyr gieitcrr John F. Henson, Health Hm 'roblems Ad English- It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 September 1934

Page Two THE HANDOUT Saturday, September 29, 15): 54. The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor, Administration Building. if. £nten|(t as second.class utter Oct 18, 1832, at the postpffice *<'rtji; I'exas, under tilt1 Act ut March 3, 1879- t i Jtr ->r— at -ort N *" Subscription Prico ... TEMPORARY EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ' Frances Grain " ' r Associate Editor Jack Jordan Assistant Editor .Ida Mae Smith ifature Editor Hal Latf&ston Society Editor Vernabell Cowan Sport's, Editor Charles. Phelan Exchange Editor Avonel West Snoopy Sue Reporters: Frances Garcia, Bill Shropshire, Ruthanna Jackson, Rotfert Baker, Jack Dawkin, John Paddock, D. A. Strain, Morris Williams, Grace Copeland, Bill Shropshire. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Harmon Miller. ■ Martha Jean Stanley Riith" Key . Whet's That Friendly Spirit? Perhaps...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 September 1934

Saturday, September 29, 1934. THE HANDOUT age Lhree J U o '«< ><->< J>OC^Z^>0CZ=30<Z==>0-N SOCIETY J > O < \rw vrw —-—. ~ _ c . _ 0 Korosophians Honor New Students at Open yMeetfng An open niTreting1 of the Koroso- pian Literary Society was held Thursday afternoon in Koro hall lor all "new gisU. Miss Bettye Butler, president, presided and gave a welcome talk to the new girls. She was intro- duced by Miss1 Clarriene Aliens- worth, secretary. The program tinder the direction if Miss Beth'Burdette consisted of a piano solo by Miss Alene Langs- tun, a reading b> Miss* Helena Price and a short history of tilt- organization by Mi.ss liettye Ben- nett- Following the meeting tea and coffee, with a %mall favor, were served in the Y.W.C.A. " room- Miss Mary Louise Martin was in l(^''irSe the refreshments* Picnic and~Treasure Hunt Given by Susans A box draped in gold and white containing favors- for all the jgirls' was found at the Ad of a treasure hunt by D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 29 September 1934

Pago Four . TIIK II AN DOl'T ■►Saturday, September 29, y> Campus Men Engage In Baseball Orgy , By Charles Ph~'an Friday aftc-rnoon, Sept. 21, a l>aselyall jjjutu- happem«l <fu the catnrrfis. h.\ quiit, friendly bailie, Un billyh ooed a'ml unbeknownst to |^yone ejpeept those ! >rtun;ite 0 enough to view the em 'imter. It Was only by chance that this re- porter got wind of the fray Early attempts to get any dope on the game were frit less And only by finally cornering one '>i the mem- bers of tlie winning team was any information forthcoming. A team composed of boy s^.vork- ing on the campus matched a game with the Alley I'als to be played on Uie diamond—quite a diamond in the rough—behind the Ed building. Feeling before the game ran high with prophecies made by both as to the way they would mop up on each other. No bets were laid, as it was to be a friendly game, you understand, with the best team surviving. A detailed play by pla^ report of the game or the lineups was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1934

- PATRONIZE * XJ^ANDOUT Advertisers THE HANDOUT ♦ 4 r PUBLISHED BY JOURNALIS^STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE ATTEND FIRST, METHODIST TOMORROW MOliT VOLUME 19. Fort Wortlr, Texas, Saturday. (MoUor (>. 1934. N'mnl umber Dr. Brabham Addresses T W. C. Students "Everyone js responsible for his •own success or failure and what he feeds his mind tends to be detri- mental or to be an asset," declared 1 >r. Brabham in his initial ,address to the student body in chapel Tuesday. Dr. Brabham cpntinued, "Cheap literature.,is a poisonous influence on the" minds of young people. The kinds of literature they read either raise or lower theif ideals for their development is never at a standstill. He further declared that "every individual is responsible for his own conduct on the campus and off and in his (dealings, with fellow students he must bear in mind at all times that they are his „brothers* and sisters for the scltftfcl is just one big Jarn- Chapel opened with Mrs. Ellen Jane Lindsay ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1934

Pago Two TIIE HANDOUT Saturday, October G, 1934. *&> The Handout Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first floor, Administration Building. , Entered as second-class matter Oct 18, 1832, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act of March 3, i879. Subscription Price $1.00 TEMPORARY EDITORIAL STAFF Editor . Frances Grain Associate Editor Jack Jordan Assistant Editor Ida Mae Smith Feature Editor Hal Langston Society Editor Verfiabell Cowan Sports Editor Charles Phelan Exchange Editor Avonel West Reporters: Frances Garcia, Bill Shropshire, Ruthanna Jackson, Robert Baker, Jack Dawkin, John PaHdock, D. A- Strain, Norris Williams, Grace Copeland, Bill Shropshire- ..Martha Jean Stanley Ruth Key BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ....... Assistant Business Manager Hatmon Miller. In Defense of The Freshmen Perhaps you recall a time during your first year in T....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1934

Saturday, October 6, 1934. THE HANDOUT Page Three W.A.A. Sponsors Hockey Game Two-Nothing was the score of the .exhibition hockey game played Thursday to introduce the new girls to the game of field hockey by the W.A.A. organization. The 0 captain of the winning team was Clairenne Allensworth, and the other captain was Alma Ellen An- derson- The mepibers of Alma Ellen An- derson's team were Genevieve Whitakcr, Vonciel Benton, Mary Emma Bannister, Doris Allsup, Ruth Key, Susan Schmidt, Ida Mae Smith, Dorothy Flynt, Marcia Rutledge, and Joyce "Henderson. "Clairenne Allensworth's team in- cluded Judy Gibson, Christine Tucker, Wyona ,Hall, Bernfce Mc- Adams, Grace Stauffer, Lillie Mae Williamson, Vernabel Cowan, Johnny Kellis, Youlah Barnes, and Iiernice Love. T. W, C. Defeats Drtig Store Cowboys In a slugfest featuring the heavy hitting pf Cgcil Faulkner, the T. W—C soft ball team defeated llie Drug store Cowboys 16 to 10 on the school diamond Monday after- poon. Going a full nine inni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 6 October 1934

Page Four THE HANDOUT Saturday, October. 6, 1934. xt> F. 0. B. 0. Is First Men's Organization The charter tnembesr of (\Jd Tadfinmn v If all met Tuesday and changed the name or their organi- zation to "POLIO", a term which is shrouded in the deepest mys- tery. In this same meeting, Harmon Miller was elected presided, Gene Oxford, vice-president; John Shaw, treasurer;; and D. A. Starin, sec- retary and reporter. The charter members of the or- ganization are: Walton Shumak- er, Ed. Armstrong, Gene Oxford, John Shaw, Hugh Wright, Glenn Shadell Harmon Miller, Will Cald- well, Earl YStes, Ray Pipes, Coje- inan Calloway, James Cogdelh Jack Wes£, and D. A. Strain. The president, in an interview, declared, "As this is the first man's organization of .the school, we are going to make it one of the best permanent "Organizations of the school and we are going to get a charter at the nearest possible date." , « n, o EXCHANGES Governor Visits A. & I. Governor Miriam A. Fergusd'n and her h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 October 1934

M KET VOr AT THE FAIR THE HANDQUT PUBLISHED BY JOURNALISM STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE €> HOYS WKI .COM K.l) AT LION'S ( v.vh V C VOLUME 19. * Fort Worth, Texas, Saturday, October 13, 1934. Number Closed Election Is To Be Held Monday FAIR PLANS COMPLETE FOR TODAY 201 Students Sign . For Dallas Fair, Says Miss Watson Special Football Half-rate Is Secured bv Nollner Four Busses Will Leave Ann at 12:30 Today 'The T. W. C. Dallas Fair at- tendance list was officially closed yesterday afternoon with a regis- tration of 211 students, according to Miss Naomi Watson, registrar. Four busses will be necessary to transport the group. They will leave Ann Waggoner Hall at 12:30 today. Special Rate Through the efforts of Ralph E. SCHEDULE Students Leave 12:30. Arrive at Fair 1:30 Football Game: Texas U.- vs. Okla. I'-, 3:00 First retunr bus 7:00 ... 8:15 ..11:30 Musical Comedy Last Busses Leave % Nollner, director of public rela- tions, a special rate of two for the rate of one was secure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 October 1934

Pago Two THE HANDOUT Saturday, October 13, 1934. I The Handout Official student new spaper/'pttfelifibed by the Student Association of Texas Woman's Cortege,"-semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, first Moor, Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 18, 1832, at the Worth, Texas, un der the Act of March 3, 1879.<' jstoffice at Fort Subscription Price .$1.00 Frances Grain. Editor-in-Chief Jack Jordan, Co-Editor Johnny Kellis BUSINESS Martha Jean Stanley, Manager Ruth Key BilV Fisht ASSOCIATE EDITORS Society Vernabel Cowan Ida Mae Smith Sports Charles Phelan Feature Hal Langston EXCHANGE Avanal West N E"W S Bill Shropshire- Ruth Anna Ja^s John Paddock Norris Williams" Robert Baker Jack Dawkin D. A. Strain Grace C^peland Let's Keep Our "Alma Mater" ml lla- luuwli in front of Ann ilall wortln heads aj)(j gazjng moodily into the fish Snoopy Sue Quite a sensation wa> caused in the Sophomore gym class the oth- er day on the hockey field ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 October 1934

TT ■ * > Saturday, October 13, 19;<4. THE HANDOUT Page Three Mli. GILES ADDRESSES BOWIE ART CLUB LAST THURSDAY rk F tiilcs, hvad of ihf ! !t |'U! Muri:', tttm ti, |:.>wic I C,a,endon- Koro: M " Stmmie *Ux lo Ik a iud«e a! the art ! *uth John« . P Stockton; „ „•< lull there .■ M,m At,cIia Minion, Stanton, ihr .litrrtiv no h, imdt an|t'*nd Mls* Vernabel Cowan, Foil i i, . , . Worth P.C.C >s to lllv r.-'V4U* Art l. lull ! -.ibjeci m- " I In Kuril- oil . n I hi- Schot.' s." ! ^ basketball «ill be taken uj< 0_. I neat Mi<> ( I;i4rrnrie Mlri ^*<rth, president of the Woman's Atliler j mt Association, announced to mem | brrN (hal there ivi'l bv tumbling taught this term by tin Missis Key. Ralph E. Nollner Speaks at Chapel What Yte the Keal Meeds .iv ' thi «ub.)f<?t <<f diiti -s b> ' Ralph K. Nollnei h.vcl f ui-sda> ' >ur real n ion, lovuhy -s to -er\e, , a univcr.s; S -liner ... • A . eii~- are more edu ti leaflets, willing .md possibly greut- u ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 13 October 1934

Pago Four THE HANDOUT Saturday, Ot-fobor 119: 4. Coach Foresees T. W. C Trouble' For Other Teams On or nuarXov 1-t basketball mer^at T. *a\ C. will trek tt> the gym in response to Coach C. L Bowen's first call to- practice Equipment will be issued and the task of fashioning the school's first intercolh gi;\tc cage -quad will be taken up in earntfst. Some thirty men are expected to report for the initial workout with a host of for- , rat* tetter,, men making up tly. ma- jority. Coach Bowen is enthusi- astic over the prospects for put- tiug an experienced team on the floor.. In taking this first stride in an intercollegiate direction this first squad should go far in giving T. W. C. a creditable standing on which to build all future teams. With the schedule as yet incom- plete, just whom the school will encounter on the hardwood this winter is not definitely determined and with no way of determining the pre-season strength ^of the squad, games will be s^fcduled mostly with teams , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1934

-nr ATTlvNT) Y.W.C.A. < 'A liN IV A1 THE HANDOUT PUBLISHED BY JOURNALISM STUDENTS OF TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE I IK LP X A M K TiiK ;ri VOLUME 19. Fort Worth, Texas, Satm4fcv, October20.19:> i Nurnber 5. Y. W.C* A. Carnival Plans Are Complete CLASS AND CLUB BOOTHS PLANNED Mjstery shrouds plans as the -<late f r the <^".VV.C-A. carnival draws nigh. Each campus organization and cla's> will be represented by vari- ous and sundry types of booths, the type will remain a secret until the night of the affair when Hal- • lowe'en ghosts and goblins will be sauntering about the halls of the Administration Building on the evening of Oct. 27. • ... Queen of th<j carnival will not be <- revealed until the mysterious coro- nation in the Fine Arts Building at 10 o'clock- Jyliss Genevieve Wbit- aker is in charge of the coronation" program. The Community Recreation class eleQted chair'ftien to be in charge of tne arrangements and plans for annual carnival. Miss Bettye But- ler was e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1934

Page Two THE HANDOUT Katurdav, October 20,19'.M f-W The HandotfC Official student newspaper, published by the Student Association of Texas Woman's College, semi-monthly, in the regular school year, at Fort Worth. Office, fir~t floor, Administration Building. Entered as second-class matter Oct. 18, 1832, at the postoffice at Fort Worth, Texas, under the Act erf March 3, 1879. Subscription l'rice $1 00 _ . ti Frances (.rain, Editor-in-Chief Jack "Jordan, Associate Editor Martha Jean Stanley, Business Manager ASSISTANT EDITORS ' Society Vernabei Cowan til- Feature Hal Langston Ida Mae Smith Sports Charles Phelan EXCHANGE Avanal West , N E WS Romona Trout Ruth Anna Jackson ,, John Paddock x Norris Willies is Bill Shropshire •'BetVye "Bennett, Jack Dawkin D. A. Strain Grace Copeland ASSlkxaW BUSINESS STAFF Johnny Kellis Ruth Key Jiarmon Miller Raising a Crop of Grades With the end of the first"month ry{ the current school year, m#ny and varied are" the complaints of students who have mad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1934

Saturday, October 20,1934 THE HANDOUT Page Three society! Qo< Susan M. Key Society Initiates New Members Initiation" was hi^d for thirty- four new members of th'e Susan M Key Literary Society, Thursday. The oath of membership was ad- ministered by Mary Lou Jiorah, president, and little sold keys were tied around the neck? of the new member., by Kitty Morgan, vice- president, as a smybol of belonging to the society. A welcome to the new members was given by Ruth Key. The pro- gram consisted of "La Golindrina", siing by Grundy Heal Sullivan; a skit, "Advice To The Lovelorn", by Ida Mae Smith and Avanal West; a whirling solo by Dorothy Fly n't; and popular piano tunes by Ruth Glaze. The program was in charge ©f K't-ly Morgan. The devotional was givet) by Av- onei Myfick Malise, a former S.M. K. member who graduated from T.W.C. last year. The pledges who were initiated were Jewel Grimsley, Ora Mae o Dickey, Charline "Bradford, Lena Jane Bartlett, Margaret Jobe, Gar- nell Lee, Artelia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Handout — 20 October 1934

*?V P; aire 'our TIIK HANDOUT Katun lav, October 20. 1934 KoroDefeats S.M.K. j In First Hockey Game COmins back strong in the set - j ond half after a.scoreless first per- j iod. the Koro-uphiau Literary | team defeated, a yame Susan -\t j Key team, 1-0, Tuesday afternoon. , Taking to the field with orrly ten r-aycrsj^th teJitns played spark- ling defensive hockey up to tlie • final whistle. Virtually swept 'from their' feet j by t!u S-M-K. onslaught, the Ko- ros were kept on the defensive most of the first half. Only by putting up a determined resistance did ^ho. Koros keep their goal un- sullied- Only once was the S.M.K. goal threatened. * In the second period the Koros reversed proceedings and, playing inspired hockey, constantly men- aced the S.M.K; goal. After their goalward march was halted repeat- edly, Christine Tucker, playing at right inner for the Koros, took a pass from Claricniu Allensworth and pushed it through to the prom- ised land. . Coming right back after the knof...

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