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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1936

Thp Brand FIRST IN: Leadership Neys Interest Circulation NEWS TIPS: Queen Election Tuesday Page 1 Cowboys neat Crelghton Page 3 Fish Play Howard "Pain" Page 1 Campus Comment .1 Page 2 fc. S VOL. XXI CONSTITUTION RULES QUEEN 'MUST' BE Cowboy 'Tender feet9 Battle Howard Payne Frosh Today At 2:30 In Only Home Game rTi I I ill Qet ready for a real Homecoming! Hnrrr Hayes who is really an old hand ar.und the ranch-house says that things are In a terrific brew for Homecoming November 14. We could use more of gossip's val uable space but this much is NOT wasted. People who have Just a little bald spot coming in the Hops of their heads like Profs. Ribble and Landers remember well infact too well one Mr. Noll Sewell. Back nearly a de- cade ago Mr. Sewell was just enter- ing the stately portals of then Sim- nona U. Unknown and unsung he came but it wasn't a week until the office was dragging him up on the carpet as regularly as quiet hour bell rang at M. F. H. But Sewell later known as the or...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1936

7S . ;i ' ?" '-.U Ln.". wr us i l 1 K. w I; K ?.T rv w fefiT ; so v J?-'r"ill' THE BRAND ' ; Stplrtuii- -: - wta wMUr o E imMbfeed every Saturday by ts Bartta-SimaMBs Pre at Hm JKUt dy Hardin-lm- it"11 .: M seeoad da Ball matter Jbm 22 1017. at Mm PotMflca at Abika Texas snder act of March 8 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT HAKDINSIMMONS MOVE! ONWARD im it. '.i iv- i S 1 &: Smbteription Price per year $1.00 MMerial Office: First Floor Abilene HaU 1S02 Unlver- aJty Drire. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 or 6751 vft HMkMukii.. fciitor-in-Cbief Jeroae Newman Business Manager is X"' H .A ' 3'V tffr r-r WJ' r k. i1; (. & fe j&V .( '3s '. m ". Wiuv'- SSSAV ii i too f- '"i .- ;Y& 1 1 Jr i ; 'i. fa -TS1 !(Wif4 IB COLLIDE SPIRIT DEOLININO? Cheer leaders all over the nation arc deploring the lack of enthusiasm at pep rallies. The Univer- sity of California cheer leader declared recently that "rallies have becomo wcak for the past two years. They have becomo a ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1936

TSgp1f$.$ Wr' WffTip;HIT "h JWf ' ?-? j ""i'p ""!;; jfjf' pr fE"w 'f v--jr3sn!iii-ir"ritn'vt'- rasiRi 'f"y7lil'r' EtiHL n ;- (. t t' ; &Gi i Sweet Cream Ice Cream At Your Campus Drug Store - fr UNBEATEN KANSANS PREPARE TO INVADE ABILENE x 1 J3- '.V. .V .- ?W THE BRAND ff 1lawuV"C4 fl V3C iL& I VOU WILL FIND - ;' l .i '& naff" l KtS 7 'r Wesleyan Eleven Has Good Record Mackie's Varsity Known As 'Bell-Cow' In Kansas Sixteen Years (Special to The Hrand) SAUNA Kan. Oct. 30. Kansas Weslcyan'a big Purple varsity which has grabbed five Kansas College Ath- letic conference titles in the last eight Reasons and is the present defending champion will be Texas bound next week for an intcrsectional battle with the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys but not until after they have attend- ed some conference knitting with the College of Emporia which has been tough pickings ever since" Gwlnn Henry present New Mexico mentor and former Missouri boss brought them into the football sun 15 seasons back. ...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 31 October 1936

Pate Fear THE BRAND r I i". COWBOYS OBJECT OF COMMENT WHEN CREW INVADE NEBRASKA Opinions of news writers differed concerning the Hardin-Simmons Cow- boys as they rode Northward last week to Crclghton university in tho biggest and most decisive intcrsoc- tional grid campaign ever waged by Purple and Gold wearers A few of tho comments gleaned from a cross-section of the presses .through the Mid-West territory fol- low: y " "The Bluojay victory string is due to be snipped by tho Texas Cowboys. . . . Hardin-Simmons season's record .;tflpears too strong for tho locals" read the World-Herald Omaha Fri- day Oct. 23. "Creighton stirred up more spirit than the Hilltop campus has known in several years when Bluejay fans gathered in a rally in front of the Paxton hotel Friday night. . . . Tho show was stolen by tho celebrated Cowboy band which accompanied tho Hardin-Simmons team to Omaha and the crowd of moro than 500 shouted for moro snappy tunes" read the Omaha Bee-News on Saturday morn- ing...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1936

rand hp NEWS TIPS: $100000 Gift Proposed Page 1 Kansas Wesleyan Game Page 1 Gala Homecoming Ahead Page 1 Queen and Secretary ElectedPage 1 Help To Promote A Real Bon-Fire And Homecoming VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 7 1936 No. 9 UNDEFEATED KANSANS BATTLE RANCHERS HERE TODAY -v Thousands of Exes Expected Here Next Saturday Real Homecoming Looms In Future For Jacket Game Burnett Wins Queen Race; Caldwell Named Secretary Program Will Be Launched With Giant Pep Kally Radio Broadcast Organizations Cooperate Huge Crowds Expected To Return To H.-S. Campus For Gala Day Twenty-four hours of real en- tertainment! Commencing with a giant pep rally at 6:30 Friday evening November 13 to be broadcast throughout the entire southwest on the Coca-Cola College Night program over WFAA WBAP Hardin-Simmons university will launch one of the biggest events in the history of the school a banner Homecoming for the institution. Notices arc being mailed out from the field represent...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1936

L IT " I THE BRAND . i .? . i & w IE I ': IN" .S'- .i l?T. ivjc Kc ' k -'1: 4i 'V 5 E:-vf . rvK-r .j . St- Slplrati. t A 'weekly ceBege BwftyrytM every Saturday wtaff Ik' aeheel year by th Hardln-SlmmoB Preaa OM a the later el Mm Student Bedy of Hardia-Sim- RMS UMmlnT m seerad ckM mail matter June 22 1917 at the Feetoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1912. CURRENT CAMPUS COMMENT Bubecription Price per year $1.00 MKertal Office: First Floor Abilene Hal 1802 Unlver- i attr Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 6761 MaekKaehen .'. Editor-in-Chief Jarem Newman Business Manager wnoHMBMBismtl Aaa9naBB9eaMnBB(3KBHnaeBHnB3HsM UOITATION SHYSTERS DEPLORED MOST educational leaders have recognized the evils of allowing any ono "star" student to become to "forward" iu recitation or class room 'tactics. Every text on procedure warns tho re- spective teacher of this danger. Very few if any classes in Hnrdin-Simmons are free of theso egotistical "blowhards." T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1936

r. " KQ COWBOYS OUT TO DEMOLISH AGE-OLD JACKET JINX a jw rUTJ- - " . -r'-Y wvsT5Kr AtTwgWw1; fl i ifWWWIIIBM i "- ' f y j 'iH' 'l WIPIWJwIi M Hi II 'WWWJ1W "ill fl IbbbbbB ' $. 1M THE BRAND '- '..'J ' B T . Two Straight Wins Is Hope of Locals Homecoming Go Dedicated To 16 Graduating On Varsity By HOYT WEST That Howard Payne Jinx! Bahl Yet never in the history of Cow- boy gridiron activity haa a team from these 40 acres been able to de- feat any eleven born nf anil rvanwi by Howard Payne college twice in accession. Saturday afternoon Nov. 14 at 2:30 o'clock Hardin-Simmons foot- ballers will again face the Yellow Jackets of H. P. C whoso docket is literally filled with accounts of up- setting many Rancher elevens who were supposed to be the stronger. Scene of this traditional battle the grid classic of West Texas for over 25 years will be the Cowboys own field. Victory was annexed by the Purple and Gold last season at Brownwood and the quarter century old jinx stands on wavering found...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 7 November 1936

P7'3 WWr IV M Par Few THE BRAND A V Mm M It1 w- ?. !- wen uLl rl L-3 i j i f- j l Sibyl Glass Speedi Ffisjor to (Give Siinloir Lecture Recital Mfonday Sibyl Glass speech major in Har-dln-Slmmons university will bo pre- sented in her senior lecture recital on Monday evening at 8:15 in tho little auditorium. She will give an interpretation of "Mary the Third" a satirical comedy in three acts written by Rachel Cro then. According to S. Marion Tuck- er Miss Crothcrs is tho most distin guished woman dramatist of Amer- ica. Tho presentation of tho three Mary's in the thrco generations ex- hibits three points of view toward matrimony. The characters which she will portray include: Mary the First and William her suitor who belong to the period of 1870; Mary tho Second Robert and Richard her suitors who belong to the period of 1897; and Mary the Third along with Father Mother Granny Bobby Mary's brother Lynn and Hal her suitors and Nora a maid who belong to the period of 1030. The interpre- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 November 1936

SPECIAL S0VVEN1R SUPPLEMENT THE BRAND Almuni and Ex-Students Edition Welcome Alumni and Exes! Beat Those Wasps! EXTRA H. P. Caused Many Lean Years for MEjHjpIP P (Editor's Note We are herein giv- ing excerpts from each Branding Iron whether called such or by other names as Open Range or Here and There to revive memories of bygone days when other editors held a firmer grip on the Hardin-Simmons cam- pus. The year 1928 is omitted since no Branding Iron was printed that year as best we can determine). (November 13 1926 by "Dub Pal") An editorial from Tech wants a student court in order to force up- per classmen as well as freshmen out to pep meetings and football games. The supreme court could not keep a Simmonsite away from a football game and ain't we got pep! (November 1927 by W. J. Powell). The other morning in chapel a dozen or so students forgot that they were "not at a football' game and began slapping at the "spirit" of a Yellow Jacket." You must admit that the "spirit" had ner...

Publication Title: Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 November 1936

Page 2 THE BRAND TILE IHtAND Page 3 . SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY SPECIALIZING In Cowboy Boolmnking and All Kinds of Shoe Repairing HOE ERVICE TORE 'HI Pine Street COWBOYS! SWAT THOSE JACKETS! In Your Big Homecoming Game We're Backing You As Always Ackers' Shoe Store Hoot Mon! ! Hae Ye Seen the New Plaids? Direct from bonny Scotland comes the idea for these plaid jackets. They are very smart and the last word in warmth and comfort. Economical too (that's another Scotch idea). Plaid Wool Jackets for men $4.95 and Up Plaid Wool Jackets for ladies $6.75 DUB WOOTEN COMPANY Athletic and Sporting Goods 1075 N. Second Street Get the Habit of Coming Here First Support These Advertisers Hendrick Memorial Hospital (FORMERLY WEST TEXAS BAPTIST SANITARIUM) Controlled By Texas Baptist General Convention EflPRHKft The Hendrick Memorial Hospital is the only Baptist or Protestant Hospital West of Fort Worth. It is strictly modern in every detail has the highest rating given by the American College of Sur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 14 November 1936

yiilij.iMjfcV -J.-A- -. -j- . HI i 'Mi Page 4 THE BRAND f Simmons C. Goes Wfld Over News Of World Peace (Brand November 15 1918 John C. McWhorter editor) Every child for centuries and cen- turies to come will be taught to re- member Nov. 11 1918 as the day on which civilization was saved from the Hun. It was fitting that Simmons should "completely lose her mind" on the day itself. The great news struck the cam- pus like a streak of lightening and every body took his shouts and cheers and ran pell mell to the chapel. The seniors in the gallery started up the cheering with insistent clamors for a holiday. But the roof wasn't taken .completely off until Dr. Olsemread the school proclamation. (Brand Oct. 16 1926)' The Simmons Cowboy band boys are experiencing a "dressed up" feel- ing this weekon their trip to Ros- well New Mexico. They have just received their new hats and purple corduroy shirts. o - GRIDDER OF '01 WHO WEIGHED 95 TELLS OF CHANGES (Continued from page 1) he could get. Hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 November 1936

Brand mv NEWS TIPS: Cowgirl Carnival Page 1 Johnny Regan Leaving Pago 1 Action Shota of Wasp RoutoPagc 3 Fans Convorgo on Urcck Page 1 FIRST IN Leadership News Interest Circulatin VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY AUILENE TEXAS NOVEMBER 21 1936 No. 11 COWBOYS CONVERGE ON BRECKENRIDGE FOR A. & I. GO Well girls everybody said the Homecoming was a success even those who can't remember think it was a success Rut they always do anyway. So confident are the "Moo-Girls" that they will need funds to rldo n special train to a ball game in El Paso January 1 that they have their iron in tho fire for a CAR- NIVAL. Now the Enthusiasm Sis- ters arc as famous for hatching up schemes as they arc putting tho glad-eye on football players even Boutwcll All we can say after looking over their proposed Carnival pro- gram Is that it's nnother of their typical STUNTS. The "kissing counter" nnd the "wrestling match" sideshows however should take tho project out of the red Cowgirls are naturally good i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 November 1936

Si' Fag Twe THE DRAND $lp Irani A weekly college newspaper published every Saturday daring the school year by the Hardin-Simmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Sim-oaa University. Entered at second class mall matter Juno 22 1917 nt the Postoffice at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $1.00 CURRENT CAHIPUJS COMMENT HOW ABOUT MINOR SPORTS Editorial Office: First Floor Abilene Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street Telephones 7211 0r 6751 Mack Machen Editor-in-Chief Jerome Newman Business Manager ONE ADVERTISING SCHEME THAT PROVED A PUBLIC SERVICE LAST Saturday two radio programs were broad- cast from the campus of Hardin-Simmons uni- versity over the Texas Quality network. After next week eight of the leading colleges and uni- versities of the state will have been on the air in 18 broadcasts with programs typical of college entertainment and football enthusiasm. This unusual opportunity for colleges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 November 1936

o 1&?!tp "' TnE BRAND Pg Thr A fa i ' RANCHERS DEAL H. P. C. YELLOW-JACKETS 31 TO 0 LICKING F5k miM !i JL Ct 2 J&& JiSHi liTiJ Victory Widest On Record Margin Is j Locals Delay 'Massacre' Til Final Quarter To Satisfy 5000 Customers Hy Hot West Satisfying approximately 5000 cus- tomers hy making the game appear close for three full quarters Coach Frank Kimbrough's Cowboys carried out a full afternoon's assignment in the brief span of one period by de- feating Howard Payne's Yellow Jack- ets .11 to 0 last Saturday afternoon In the fourth quarter. Howmd Pnyncitcs snw their entire senson ruined before the biggest crowd to witness a Cowboy home match this senson. The audience was tho greatest to view a game between the Ranchers and tho Brownwood school since 1025. The score also reached the superlative degree; its margin representing the most points ever run up by H.-S.U. gridders over the Jackets. Saturday's battle turned out to be tho perfect ending for a little foot- ball ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 21 November 1936

Page Foot TIIE BRAND SANTA SYMBOL OF HEALTH AGAIN ON CHRISTMAS SEALS By ELIZABETH COLE And what could bo n bettor symbol of hcnlth than tho ageless personifi- cation of tho spirit of Christmas 7 That Is what tho tuberculosis associa- tions of tho country thought so with his checks like roses and his nose like a cherry tho jolly face of Santa Clnus appears this year on tho Christ- mas Seal. Prom Thanksgiving through Christmas tho penny Christmas Seals arc being sold by tho National Tu- berculosis Association and its 1081 nffiliatcd tuberculosis associations to support tho year-round educational campaign to control tuberculosis. Tho funds raised arc used in tho states where tho seals nro sold with the ex- ception of 5 per cent which goes to tho National Tuberculosis Associa- tion headquarters for tho organized work. This is their thirtieth annual Christmas Seal sale and this Is tho tenth time that tho face of Old St. Nick has been used ns the symbol of health. Santa Claus on the 1930 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 December 1936

mhv 13 ran a NEWS TIPS: H.-S. U. Ilnnks High Page 2 Sun Howl Ahead Page 1 Profs FIny Students Page 1 Wreck Falnl to Students Page 1 FIRST IN: Leadership News Interest Circulation VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 5 193G No. 12 . H.-S. LOOKS TO SUN BOWL AS FRESNO TILT ENDS SEASON Funeral Services Conducted Tuesday For JR. A. Marshall Wanda Day A ccident Victims nouNee T)w cIRohl V-mt m rm-Z I rsu T- Hello girls . . . nnd ever body keep his hand on his pocketbook for the ROBBERY is gonna be bad enough as it is. The "Enthusiasm Snobs" arc really going to the Sun Howl. . . . Yenh the patriotic little souls will be right there to goad their lovers on to victory . . . and Juarez. The "Moo-Sistern" errs ns do hu- mans. The batting nvornge thus fur ns regards the Karnivnl is no ex- ception. Here's the line-up: MISTAKE No. 1 . . . Disgust- ing1 the male populnce with n sloppy advance tickct-snle that lent the whole project a "charity" nspect. MISTAKE No. 2 . . . Fnilu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 December 1936

Pf Two THE BRAND $hc Srattii A wekly college newspaper published every Saturday during the school year by the Hardln-SImmons Press Club in the interest of the Student Body of Hardin-Slm-mons University. Entered as second class mall matter Juno 22 1917 nt the Postofflce at Abilene Texas under act of March 3 1012. Subscription Price per year $1.00 Editorial Office: First Floor Ablleno Hall 1302 Univer- sity Drive. Downtown Office: 241 Hickory Street. Telephones 7211 0r 5751 Mack Machen Editor-in-Ohiof Jerome Newman Business Manager HELP THOSE WHO HELP YOU Ilardin-Sitnmons Cowgirls nrc putting on n enr- nival to pay their way to tltc Sun Bowl game niul the student body should co-operate with them 100 per cent as they have put the charges of a good show within tho reach of all. One thing that can be said of these girls is that they deliver tho goods. They can be depended upon to do their best. It is admitted that they do not always compare favorably with highly trained follies girls but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 December 1936

THE BRAND PK Thrt RANCHERS RIDE TO SMASHING WIN OVER MORNINGSIDE Iowans Travel 1200 Miles; Lose 2 Yards Hy JACK WALLACE Twelve hundred miles (o lose two yards! Thus the ense ngainst Morningsidc university of Iowa late Friday after- noon after a 59 to 0 drubbing had been administered to them by the Cowboys of Ilnrdin-Slmmons univer- sity at the Cowboy stadium. The Ranchmen held the upper hand throughout the gnmc. Morning- sido wound up after the contest (7) with n net yard Rain of something less than nothing in fact two ynitls less than nothing. Having made a net gain of 78 yards from scrimmage the Iowans lost 80 yards in penalties leaving them two yards in the hole as a result of the contest. The visitors goal line which had been crossed but twice previous to Friday was penetrated by the Cow- boys for nine touchdowns. The score given at the outset of this article is merely tentative being the consensus of opinion among the spectators. Your correspondent tied his shoe mid- way in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 5 December 1936

Page Four THE DRAND State B. T. U. Meet Attended by 7813 Frmnir StundlemLt Accounts of tho marriage of Miss Helen Elizabeth Smith of Mundny former Hnrdin - Simmons university student nnd Dr. Cyril Von Bnumnnn of Bnltlmoio Mil. were carried on Associated Press leased wires under n Itockvllle Md. dateline Tuesday. Dr. Baumann is n noted explorer nnd scientist. Miss Smith daughter of Mrs. J. It. Smith of Mundny grad- uated from Hnrdln-Slmmons univer- sity with the bachelor of music de- gree plnno major In the summer of 1032. She spent part of 1D3G on n tour of tho Orient nnd Europe nnd this fall enrolled In the New York university In New York City. Miss Smith who frequently visited In Abilene following her graduation here had told friends of meeting Dr. Bnumann while In China. Ho trav- eled widely In his explorations nnd only recently returned from an expe- dition to Equndor of which he wns co-director with Andro Kooscvclt cousin of the president. Following her return from China Miss S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brand — 12 December 1936

atho SRrarm Attend The Cowgirls' Big Carniv.il Submit Your Letters To Santa Claus VOL. XXI HARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS DECEMBER 12 19.1G No. 13 'BIG TINE' WILL SOITHWEST'S t-f&$- j il" im& sm: Well Girls . . . (he Cowgirls mnv have worn out (heir welcome quicker (hnn n cigarette hum or Squack Thomas . . . hut (he CARNIVAL is progressing nicely just the same. Quntteiback Etnciy wno fiist lnid a slippeiy brain-child on Giemlel's door-knob now ninny moons back is ngnin the piey of his own mind. He wns in the laundry business when lus loomie walked in nt i n. m. at Wich- ita. Theie usunlly ia a cause for ltaluci- nations and muvbe nil this sums up to Dot Hoi ton. "I'nulinus" White if you want our opinion should soon be that way too about Samh Cox. The nicntnl condition is always the next best thing. We hope you don't undei stand? Best ciack timing the week: "THE BRAND-BRONCO went down fight- ing . . . take n look at Pond's eye." This Winston girl and Burnenl ScoU arc...

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