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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1920

THE Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON TEXAS, FEBRUARY 26 1920 Number 17 M, MAEIERLittCH FISH AQUARIUM IS A HAPPY SUCCESS Emm AT MCE FAMOUS POET AKD WH E STOP FOB BBtEF VtSIT TO tSSTtTUTE ON WAY TO CAMFOMMA. tn Address Delivered in Ftench, i'oet tompHments Houston on (litnate. To Go to California to Produce a Series of Motton Pictures. On Wednesday. February 18th, Mice entertained the second of two of her distinguished visitors for this term. The person referred to was Maurice Maeter- )inch, the author of the Immortal "Biue Bird." the famous Belgian poet and dramatist. M. Maeterllnch is in this country under a contract to produce a series of motion pictures for Goldwyn, and was on his way to California to per- sonalty direct the llrst, which will ap- pear shortly. Monsier is accompanied by his wife, formerly Mademoiselle Rene, the famous French actress, and Miss Jean Darnell, representative ot Goldwyn Studios, and is traveling in President Wilson's private car, the "Mayflower." M. Ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1920

*3. 3 THE THRESHER. FEBRUARY 36, 1930 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by (he students of Rtee Institute, at Houston. Texas. Entered as second-ciass matter Oetober 17. 1919, at the Postofftce at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscript!,,,, Rat,. i^pe^cop^ thresher (Rice Room 104, Administration Building i'aul ]'. iiohh, '20, Editor-in-Chief Musint-sh Manager Ca!dwellMcFaddin,'2I Atanagingt'^htor....... .J. L. Autry, Jr.,'21 Associate Editor Helen South,'21 \t!t!etic Editor R. M. Winnshorough,'22 Society !-'.ditor l.ouise Moore,'22 ) .\<*)n))ige lulitor E. A. ( ain,'20 Circulation Manager . A. B. Cain,'22 Assistant (!ircn)ation Manager E. O. Arnold, '23 STAFF REPORTERS. Louise Foreman Frances Foote Rosalie Hemphill I. I'tankjungman W. M. Darling Louis Ehrenfehld O. Arnold Hill C. Gres)ia,n W. A. McElroy BBSSiE SMITH WINS CAMPANILE PRIZE After more than a month of keen riv- alry in "kodaking" and "snap-shooting." the CmnpanHe Board has awarded a prize of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY 28. 1930 3 INIERSCHOLASTIC MEET FOR RKE At the meeting last week of the rep- resentatives of the Interm'hoiastic Ath- ietic Committee. District Number 3, the board voted to accept the invitation of the Rice Committee on Outdoor Sports for the use of Rice Fieid during the track meet. Accordingiy the district track meet will be heid at Rice on Apri) 16th and 17th. Interest in high schoo! athietics al- ways forms tasting memories toward the university, and oftttmes secures a prospective athiete for the coiiege. The counties composing the Inter- schoiastic District are: Gaiveston, Mata- gorda. Harris, Brazoria, Chambers and Fort Bend. MRS. ASA C. CHANDLER DIES SUDDENLY The students and faculty were griev- ed to team of the death of Airs. Asa C. Chandier iast week. Mrs. Chandter had been iii for some time, but her condition was never iooked on as extrenteiy seri- ous, and so her death was a great shock to the academic community. The body wiii be taken to California...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 February 1920

THE THRESHER, FEBRUARY M, 1990 <%t,R KODAK 5UPPHE5 ^COTTR!LU5 TEXAS PHOTO SUPPLY CO. )0<7 TE.XA5 AVE. 7*At an/t) EwAn<tw Nwm t" //<MU<<ni THEATRE TODAY "Crooked Straight" WEDNESDAY "She Loves and She Lies' THURSDAY "Temperamental Wife" FRiDAY "The Thunder Holt" Po^roM^ze FOLEY SUPER t^<4LUE5 —^por^s Coa^ —t$MJea?ers —C/or/oug A season for Sports Coats. Sweaters and heautifui Siiketi Skirts of glorious hues— a season indeed, for every indi- cation points titat way. Here are Sports or Bobby Coats of poio cioth and camei's hair; in Browns. Crays and White, with a few checked mixtures. Super Vaiues at $17.50. $19.95, $24.95 to $85.00 Springtime Sweaters of beautifui rot- or combinations, in siik and siik fibre; in so many popular variations of the s[)ringti)ne mode that oniy a siew ran give you a correct idea of their beauty— $17.50, $19.95, $29.50 to $69.50 Heboid the siiken fabrics in these Skirts. Dream Mist. Queen Anue Satin, Tricoiette. Novelty Pussywiitow, Chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 March 1920

^ SB* M T A T ^ A TT V n Cy Hh Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 19, 1030 Number 18 TALEM FACULTY MEMBERS AND STUDENTS TNCLUDED M "MTTLE THEATRE" ORGANIZATION. Fhct Appearance to Be March 96-86 at Mouth End Junior Auditorium. Three One-Act Plays. Rice students and faculty members deserve a considerable share of the credit for the establishment of the Green Mask Players, who wiii give their initial bill on the nights of March 26-26 at South End Junior High School Audi- torium, by the presentation of three one-act plays. Several of the members of the Rice faculty and a number of students were instrumental in putting the Players, Houston's "tittle theatre" organization, on its feet, and are now actively asso- ciated in the productions. The Players expect a targe delegation of Rice fac uity members and students to be pres- ent at the production of their ilrst bit), due to the personal interest in some of the members of the organization. John C. Tidden, head of the free-han...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 March 1920

*3 tsztHMMNOhHAMMMMM THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! publlahad by the atudantw of Rice Inatltute, at HOMtatOB. Taxaa. Entered aa aecond-clasa matter October 17, 1619, at the PoatoKiee at Houston. Texa<. under the Act of March 3, 1S79. s„^np,^ ^r:rrrz^rr;...:..:7..7p^ ^ y- Thresher Office Room 104, Administration Building Business Manager .Caldwell McFaddin,'21 SENIOR HDiTIOX. R. M. Patten, Editor-in-Chief. E. A. C ain Assistant Business Manager PautHfh)' Managing Editor S. P. Coteman Reha Mickelborough Atttta Sctiirtner J. R. Peterson \\ . M. Robinson Prances Foote E. Y. \'t-!son Paul King THH THltMSHHU. Part ot the student body seems satis- tied in a passive way with "The i'taeHhtT,' while others,are not so passive" in their satisfaction. But witatcver the Quality of our weekly pub- iiratiott may be, the student body as a wintie tuust not iose sight of the fact (hat it represents them. Hit does not [( present dK'ir best effort, ttten it rep- resents their carelesaneaa. For, if ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 March 1920

THE THRESHER. MARCH 19. 1890 TRACK PKQSMECTS AM VERY BRIGHT CobMMM Rhwtad a( the 1990 Team. Rice's track prospects are the best that they have been in years. Every afternoon a sQuad of some, thirty men work out under Coach Arbuckie's watchful eye. Jack has the cinder paths in line shape, and indeed every indica- tion seems to point to a championship team for Riee this spring. The track meet schedule this year offers the team ampie opportunity to prove their mettie against the best squads of the Southwest. Two dual meets, with Bayior and Texas; a tri- angular meet with Texas and A. & M.; the T. I. A. A. meet at Waxahachie, and the Southwest Conference meet in Houston wiii keep the men busy for the next two months. In the dashes, the prospects are most exceitent — Lindsey. Doweii. Tatum. Poweii, Dyer, McGee and Seweii shoutd net Rice many a point. Lindsey has cieaned up several tnter- schoiastic meets unaided—and this sea- son wiii be his Hrst opportunity to show his worth against...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 March 1920

THH $§))§ L L!GHT.WE!CHT NARROW BRAND Spring Hats for qoung feHoirs MANY young college men are choosing the nar- row band sty!e this Spring, h's a good fashion and a good weight for these days. There's a touch of "Snap" in these we are showing. You'i! enjoy wearing one. In bottle green, peari, nut brown, sand and tobacco at $5. $6. $8 tr ^)*kowitzJ^roj Tirea^ your C/o^M W/rrfe " BURKHART'S LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS /Mce Corneiison, Dain and Reeves The First National Bank OF HOUSTON Houston, Texas CAPITAL SURPLUS DEPOStTS ^ 2.000,000.00 $ 500,000.00 $23,000,000.00 EHEAMUAMEM tot Rice Student! when in town. Come in and try our deticiout tee Cream and Soda Fountain Drintn. immmimnmminiitt Bring u< your Kodak Deyetoping We handte Etmer't and Jaeob't Candiet niiiiiiiummiiimiini) /Rice PAoymoqy, /nc. Texaa and Tfavi; INDIVIDUALITY! Wear your own suit Cut and Made to your Individual measure by Tailors who know how. ' Barringer-Norton Co. 410 Main Street The targeat taitoring business in Tex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1920

JUH!OK ISSUE Vo!ame V. RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MARCH 35, 1930 Number 19 GAMES WITH AHMY AND HOUSTON HEIGHTS HIGH MINES END WITH SCORE OF 17 0 AND 3-8. Mames Show Bice Has Real BasebaU Materia!—Dyer in Good Form in First Game—Henry Pitches Second Game. The basebalf season started off with a vengeance on Thursday the 18th when the Owis romped over the team of the 37 th Infantry, heralded as'a crack out- fit, to the tune of 17-0. If it had been a nine-inning affair the sky oniy wouid have been the iimit. The Buffs had previously beaten this same team 28-2. Eddie Dyer made his debut in base- ball uniform and seems to give promise of equalling his footbaii reputation. He is a southpaw and the way he whips them down the oid groove is a sight * worth seeing. He started the game in the box and for Ave innings not a man reached first. Then iack of training be- gan to teii on his arm and he walked a couple. At the beginning of the sixth Atkinson relieved the left-hander and held them ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1920

a THE THRESHER, MARCH M+ MM THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the atadenta of Rtea Iaatltvta, At Houaton. Texaa. Entered as aecoad-elaaa matter October 17, 1914, At the PoatoHica at Houaton, Texas, under the Act ot March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates ^ rnnv * ( 10c per copy Thresher OHice Room 104, Administration Building Business Manager Caldwell McFaddin, '21 TUNIOR EDITION. E. VAN BROWN, Editor-in-Chief. JatucsL. Autry Managing Editor Malcolm Lovett Assistant Business Manager k. (). W'ilford Athletic Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS. Helen Roncy Helen South Rosalie Hemphill B. F. Payne Lucy Zimmer G. C. Cunyus Mary Louise Hogg Harold Atkinson THH H XMMt THHKSHHH. SOMi:TH)\(i HOTTBK <\ THH STATE Ot DHXMAHK. We hope timt you will like this Thresher, and we hope that we have not made it reek with class conceit and Jiiinpiafed class pride, as has been cus- lomary in some ciass issues heretofore. \\ t* are proud of our ciass and we are [noint of our schoot, and justly proud t<...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1920

THE THRESHER. MARCH M. MM Th*'s Right. Sunday School Teacher—"Johnny, can you tell me who built the Ark?" Johnny—"Naw." S. S. T.—"Correct." Why We Ho There. Slum—"The women In the library will never be arrested for vagrancy?" Bum—"Why so, you never see them working." Slum—"They have visible means of support."—Scalper. A Slight Difference. Cashier (with a groan)—Esther, I have forgotten the combination and I am in a terrible sweat over it." Esther—"1 forgot my combination, too, and I'm pretty near frozen to death."—Punch Bowl. imagination. When Christmas Eve is ended And the midnight curfew sounds, And Dorothy and Marguerite Slip off their party gowns. At thought of that romantic hour My heart within me swells, For what could be more lovely Than the peeling of the beiies. —Siren. Oh! Mary had a pair of skates, And on the ice did frisk; The boys thought Mary such a fooi, Her little *. Have you seen these new Sterling Silver belt buckles we have just received. Some are hammered, some i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 March 1920

THE T HER, MARCH M, 1$$$ The New Spring Suit There's a marked degree of dignity and dis- tinction in the Spring Clothes we are showing, with a touch of originality here and tjiere, and a dependable guarantee of satisfaction. THAT'S WHK rot/ SHOULD COMS7DER Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes All the Smart and Snappy styles as well as the conservative models are here, ready for you to try on for your critical verdict. THE NEW Light Weight Spring Hat There's a "difference," a'touch of "new style," in the Hats we are showing, and you'll enjoy wearing one. The light weight, the size of brim and quality will please vou. Call and let us show you this line in Stetson, Schoble, MaHory, Borsalino and H. & M. $4.00 to $20.00 Get F.m Where They 've Got Em and Get 'Em Right Hutchinson & Mitchell Company 404 Main St. 9)4 Preston Ave. Fofey Bro^. SMper Va/Mej *Sfoc% o? GiRLS' gPORT COAT*S .iu^i itt time for Hagter comes this Reduction Sale of Our Entire Stock o! Spring Spot) Coats. Haudsont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

THE Volume V. BICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRIL 9 1920 Number 20 MM CLAIMS E!C EM OF THMK MEET, SCORE B. ^.-63 HUE-54 KLOTZ OF RtCE SMASHES SOUTHWEST RECORD FOR JAVELiN THROW-D!STANCE 173.6 FEET Soft Track Stows Down Speedy Lindsay, Hargis and - Aiexander. Dyer, Ktotz and others showed up wet). The track team didn't have the bear- ing of a defeated team at atl on iast Saturday night, for it had indeed won a mora! victory. The Rice men display- ed more true guts on this occasion than one could expect from norma! human beings. They had to go up aaginst sev- eral disagreeable elements that have always been associated with the school at which the meet was held, and be- sides, the weather conditions were not the sort that our men had been accus- tomed to at their own practicing ground. The continuous sandstorm was a ter- rible drawback to the team. However, Rice will get another chance at Baylor before the season is over. Speaking of guts. Rice made a 23-foot broad jump and a foul wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

a THE THRESHER. APRIL 3. 1M0 THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October IT, 1919, at the PostoHica at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1ST9. Subscription Rates ^ ^ ' ( 10c per copy Tlnesher Ofl'icc Room 104, Administration Building Business AJanager Caldwell McFaddin,'21 SOPHOMORE ISSUE. M. H. ALEXANDEH. Editor. 1 red ilnrgis Advertising Manager HiDt/.Uresham................ Managing Editor Virginia.\HwcH Society Editor i^. ^!. \\ innsbnrough Athletic Editor ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS. Sterling Mver James R. Dutton A. H. t^'ain Clinton L. Dutton '!'h<!t-tlit<'ri:)l column in no place for rat oxrhnngc of perKonaiities, and it in licpet] tliai n<-Ht)t']m?n hnving disagree- tnent^ in the future, especially when so within reathol'cach other, will ' opportunity to vent their fee!- int;H et.-'ewht-re t.han in the editorial col- ntnn'= of tiir school organ. THE K)H,OW-t P SYSTEM. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

9& THE THRESHER, APRtL a, 1990 3 PERSONAM. Mr. Lucius Lamar spent taut week- end at San Antonio after taking part in the track meet at Waco. Mr. Bob Winnaboro successfully ref- ereed six basket baii games and two track meets last Friday and Saturday at Angieton. Bob returned safety with his sweater. Mr. Johnny Kiotz paid Mexia a visit iast Sunday after breaking the record tor throwing reeds across the creek. Miss Maurine Miiis and Miss Heien South have returned from a visit with iVitss Huby South of Gaiveston. Messrs. Coulter Timpson and Mutter Vanstou pledged Beta Th$ta Phi at State. Nepos went to Austin. Wonder why? "Hob!" Vea. Preach." "Can you carry a tune?" "Certatnly I can carry a tune." Wei), carry that one you're whistiing out in the back yard and bury it." i don't know what we can make of Ethel, she steeps so much." "i know, mamma, make a chaperon of her." The Sophomores heid an etection of nffit-ers tor the class during the spring term. Mr. E. R. Duggan, president; Aii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL 3, 1920 In which battle did Genera! Wolfe, hearing of Me victory, say, '! Me happy?" Aiusta been his last. " Just because there's a coa! shortage, Oswald don't think there won't be any Ash Wednesday. Watch Y«m Step, Hditor. Hardy Ciaycomb is confined tohts home with the Spanish influenza. Miss Minnie l.uft is also confiued to his bed with th^ epidemic—Monmouth (111.) Atlas. 1 iove you because you are the sweetest girl in all the world." And 1 love you, dear, because you are so frank and truthful." Captain—"See that deck of that sub?" officer on the Teddy—"My love for you la like the rose In your hair, fresh, tender, and—" Suz—"Artificial, Teddy dear." "Walter, bring me some prunes, hie, yes, some prunes." "Stewed, sir?" "None of your datnblzlness ' Nothing: "Could you ever marry me?" Lessa Vit: "I think 1 could If I wanted to. " "Sap. pop, what's the difference be- tween an irishman and Bam Bomas?" Source of All Knowledge: "One comes from Belfast and the other is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL 2. 1990 % HUMAN NATURE 100. Laboratory Report. Experiment 1. Pate—Sat. Night. Name: 8. N. Ake. Object: To find out. Apparatus: Couch, light, easily extin- guished, woman (if possible). Materials: Shower, shave, hair cut, clean shirt. Method of procedure: A position was assumed on the right of the female with light in working or- der. After a few minutes light broke in strange manner. Right hand of fe- male taken in left hand and held for some time. Then gently transferred to right hand, and femaie gentiy drawn to left shoulder. Waist of female then cautiously grasped with left arm. A sitght increase in resistance was observ- ed, but soon returned to norma!. After a short interval, when woman's face up- turned, osculation attempted. Marked increase in temperature. Woman's ieft arm then describing arc, ended abrupt- ly, with sharp report on phisognomy of experimenter. Results: Unsatisfactory. Conclusion: Test another unknown. Remarks: Censored. Here's To You, SOPHO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 2 April 1920

THE THRESHER, APRIL 3, 1930 How To Write An Article For The Thresher Since there are a number of students who have just entered our Institution, with the M-nbiticn to begin at once to become great authors, I fee! it my duty as one tong experienced as a noted writer to give them a few hints as to how to not the he^t results. For some time 1 have followed a certain set of rules, which have proved satisfactory. Thwo I ghatl here give for the first time to the public. The first thing to do is to choose a subject, ft is ahvays better to write poet!?', lit..-raturn,- music, love, or any other pwbject which is concrete and of whirh you know nothing. Remember, that piDpie nowadays wilt not read an t:rti<-)n "M a comtnon-place subject. ! isenh! m)t ;nh;so anyone to write on the iri'-h nuestion, for no one would read the article. "Life" or "Mummies" or 'i'.!<'fts of a iii;e nature wouid be bet- ter !'-<r the hf-ginner. The next tiling to do is to get the : i;:ts tia) This should be t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1920

. - - - -. '-' .<' "-..'^a, -' '. ." S..'- ^ S' ; - ' " FRESHMAN ISSUE ISSUE MCE !NST!TUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, APRiL a, !920 FACULTY W!LL PUT ON SHOW Enatiah Oepartment Fur- niehee Abie Men for Coming Minetrei. DANCE AND SONG TO FEATURE BILL MatUeon, Experienced 8outh End Man, to Coach Company. The Rice faculty has at !ast come down to the level of com- mon humanity. A minstrel show is to be given at South End Junior auditorium, the night of May the 8th. This is a pretentious affair, produced un- der the auspices of the Green Mask Players, and coached by Mr. Mallison of South End High. DoctorLovett, of course, has the high position of interlocutor. Ye scribe caught a glimpse of ournoblePrexygettinghispic- ture taken for the posters an- nouncing this event. It will be well worth the price of admis- sion to see Doc in his crimson swallow tail, low-cut vest, pink silk shirt, and blue pants. The English department has furnished both the end men, Doctor Axson and Doctor Craw- ford. Docto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 April 1920

' -' * -"'" %?* -L^--' -;' '' -- ' *'-" - . ' 2 THETK RESHER TWK THHKCHKR. Editor-in-chief Jsck Bhelton AMt<t*nt Editor... M. T. Hesde Managing Editor..!. Orabbankle Business Mgr O. I. Friskem OUH THRMHCH. Laat, but not ieaat, appeara the Freahman Thresher. We have endeavored to make it typ- ical of Freahman effort in every Mne. We had to have it printed on paper that came off a roH, but the printer aaaured us that thia waa cuatomary, and con- tained no hidden inau!t. We are confident that you will find framed copie8 of it in the room* of '23 atudenta in future yeara, proud mementoa of an achievement unequalled by any former ciasa. DRE$$ REFORM OF UPPERCLASSMEN. We note with a!arm a de- pressing tendency on the part of the upper-classmen to turn out to meals, under-dressed, to aay the leaat of it. Back in HickviHe a man waa looked up- on with a good deal of distaate if he ventured to make others do aomething he would not do himself. Itisuptotheclassof '23 to show their erring bro...

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