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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER, MAT 13, MM "R" BOOK TO BE READY EARLY M JUNE "H" BOOK. The Hrat edition of the "R" Book will appear early tn June. Thin, booktet ia the pubiication of the "R" Association, the tetter man's fraternity, and it ts to be an annual affair from 1930. The purpose of the bookiet is to present to the students, friends and prospective students a hand-book of the Institute that wiii contain the facts concerning the student !ife of the school, its organ- izations, their functions and the manner of conduct of the Hves of the students. It is a smait collection of facts that are to give the reader a more exact knowi- edge of the school, to straighten any of his preconceived notions that may not be in accord with the strict truth of the situation. The book is pubiished by the "R" Association, financed by the Athletic Association, and edited by the secretary of the "R" Association. It wiii be a sma)i pamphiet, about 3x5 inches, 30 or 40 pages, containing some cuts of the place, and som...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER, MAT it, 1930 (.HtrentFktttm. "Hxeusenie!" Be sure and eouie to nee us." I've had ^iovetytitne." We've never had a cross word since we've been married." lit pay you this tomorrow sure!" "i'd rather have my Ford than your bigger car." I'd trust my husband anywhere." Oh, it'snotioubieataM!" "It isn't the money; it's the principie of tite thins!" At the Ptont. "My! This floor's uwfuHysiippery. it's hard to keep on your feet." Oh," replied the fair partner, 'then you were reaiiy trying to keep on my feet? I thought it was pureiy acc'den- tni." He \eede<i it. Stump Orator—-"I want reform; I want Hovernntent reform; I want labor reform; I want—" Ynice—"Chioroform."—Yaie Record. Heiiet titue- on a Head. i'roie^sor—'H'thegentientaninthe ttaeii row wi!i lsindiy remove itis hat ! wit] continue and point out a concrete exampie."—-Yaie Record. Mittd-Hen'icrs. t'rofessor (to students in back of room)—"Can you hear me i)ack there?" ('i)orus from Hack itow—"No. sir."— i'tmchRowi. V...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER, MAY IS, 1990 H3B JAKH SUPERS yon ORA^-D OPERA. Dear Luiy: WeM. I was in the grand opra when it was here, Luiy. and don't think I only mean I saw it because I saw it and was in it too. I sort of Retired you wouid want me to see it as it is a great mind cuitivator and your brain has to be wide open all the time in order to Hnd out what they are doing. There were four opras, Luiy, two on the same day. and I was in the one in the middle, between Thursday and Saturday. The first one was "La Tosca," which sounds !ike some kind of ketchup, Luiy. but isn't, but is pretty hot just the same in spots. The second one was the one i went to which was "El Trovatore," which means bullfighter I think. The others was "La Bohemian" and "Madam Butterfly." I might have gone to see the last two, but the names weren't In Italian and I didn't think they wouid be very good. "Butterfly" is an English word, and I never cared much for Bohemian shows either. Wet!, maybe you are wondering, Luty, ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 13 May 1920

THE THRESHER, MAY 1*. IBM it? There is no gift more fittingly ex- pressive than dia- monds and pearls for Ms and her graduation. Fasci- natingly beautiful they arc the king andnueenofgems, a(itting gift for the tttai' "!- woman on commencement day and pv<r']-y other day. $ L 415 MAIN Yr J5j0<2<3%*?!gr of Coo/ "Boy, yoM yoM eyer^ecH. Step tn and Be Convinced BATTELSTEm'S 81!M!inSt. MSMainSt- CroJua//on Dress? Many a pretty idea wii! be found in the displays we havp in our "Little Folks' Store," as wei! as in the Atisses' Department of our big ready-to-wear section. You'ii save, too, if you buy at fct!i! Brc!, Bry 6Mits Cn. 4)] Main Street Houston 7^f'ms * MoJe/ Bar&er M. TiRAS, Proprietor Those Ctassy Cottege Hair Cuts Open /V/gA/s tS?r/c/7y .Son^orj/ 914 T^xas Av?.. Opp Rice Ho(ei Pre!. !%2 GLEE CLUB TO GIVE CONCERT AT P. ARTHUR The Rice Glee Club leaves for Port Arthur Thursday, where they will give a concert that evening. Mr. Draper, who has been directing the Glee Cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 September 1920

VOLUME vt MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1920 NUMBER 1 CO#. S READY <*- **h 'I'tie Co-op. opens today with a full stock or supplies. This small store turned over $30,000 worth of business, and netted a profit of some $1,700 last year. The manager for this year expects even a greater turn over, but is not anxious to inflate the profits at the expense of high prices. This is the second year of the Co-op's ex- istence. It no ionger is an experiment but is now an essentia] part of our University. The Freshmen caps are on hand and it is the almighty dictum of the Sopho- more ciass that every first-year man don one by Monday afternoon. The i Co op. is on the third fioor of the frist' entrance north of the saiiport—room 306. Coming up! i MCE BEGINS HER EIGHTH YEAR WITH A BANG'! mmmwmcHM? mastMinmoF WEDB WBMMSMT SIMMS TOMY o. ALL BUT TWO OF LAST YEAR'S LETTER MEN BACK -Strong FM 7eam EjrpecteJ. OM Stade# Line i/p fomorrou; On Wednesday, Sept. 15, training for the 1920 gridi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 September 1920

PACE TWO THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS THE THRESHER S Subscription Rates. $2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office. Room 104, Administration Bldg. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FIELD HOUSE. 'HE MEANING of the Field House, which has A w,,My periodic' PfMishEd by th« stpd.pt. t,f} ' ^ Riee [Mtltpte. at Hopttop, Texas. ground was ftr.t broken dorint commencement — week last June h two-fold. It means, first, that Entered as second-dans matter October 17, 1916, we will have one of the moat nove! and modem at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under creations of this particular type of structure to the Act of March 3, 1879. be found in America. The Field House, though containing practice roo mfor the aspirants of bas- ket ball, and other indoor sports and providing space for exercises and physical drills, is not a gymnasium. It is mainly a place for the comfort and convenience of Rice and visiting athletic teams. We are, as we should be, extremely proud of this new addition tq our campus. But...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 September 1920

<3n THE THRESHER, HOUSTON. TEXAS PAGE THREE TK LUMBERMANS NATIONAL BANK Suyp!u$ and ProiM# Ow Om DoMan HOUSTON, TEXAS OFFICERS 8. F. CARTER. President GUY M. BRYAN. Active Vice Pre*. R. ?. NICHOLSON, Cashier C. 8. B. HOLLAND. Active Vice. Pres. J. A. -FiTB. Aa^t Cashier WM. D. CLEVELAND. JR.. Vice Pres. H. J. BERNARD. Ass't Cashier H. M. GARWOOD. Vice Pres. L.R.BRYAN.JR.. Ass't Cashier Read FA* #oa*ioH CAyoaM# ie? Ric# We#* The Chronicle has a reportoriai repre- sentative at Rice, and is prepared to handie aH news stories available. Ath- letic contests will be written up in full. See the Chronicle Carrier, East Ha!! {SOC!TETry j j N O T i C E Miss Bessie Smith, who has been spending the summer at Camp Tumi beck. South Fairies, Vermont, re tarns to schooi to resume her studies in her Sophomore year. Minn EitenFarrar returned thin week from mowing Rock, North faro iina, where she spent the months of Juiy and August. j Messrs. Van Brown urn) Rankin Kennedy have aiso returned. They s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 September 1920

PACE FOUR THE THRESHER. HOUSTON. TEXAS ESTES PARK ENCAMPMENT 2% MNMTE MEMOS MIES PARK ENCAMPMENT Rice fs Wet! Represented &y Foar Co-EJs. Y W C. A. SPtRtT BROUGHT BACK TttfY W. C. A. Student Conference nu < this sutntner in Estes Park, t'ol- i.rado, fron the 17th to the 2Tth Of August The association canut is itt a Ivpi'al mountain vaiiey. about five miles from Hstes village, ri^bi up in ^'aiioimifark. ThetritiiU'irotnDen- !h< urea! scenery of Rocky Mountain v<-r. about eiehtyseyet!. miles, was made tn the bin red bosses so common n that portion ot scenic America. ')'o tiietdainbred./l'exasnit'is the whole trip seemed ittiagiuary; the ntoitti- taitts the frequent waterfalls, the dis- ) ft t snow-caps looked iike highly col- ored iitctures. Bat after days with them torever in plain view and after imurs of toilsome climbing they fame 10 seem vers r'ai The firm tiight proved a surprise ht 'he new arrivals. for they found ihat with the 'uaset came tea) to id. Th- y slept un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 September 1920

* rm. A VOLUME v: MCE INSHTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 24, 1920 NUMBER 2 ANNUAL NK8TSMRT PARADE "PUT ON" AM SiimM Out With A. Littif Covering a! Possible— Citizens Entertained. YET RiCE!! YET RICE!! YET RICE!! The evening crowd around Main and Texas became aware about eight o'ctock that something out of the ordi- nary was coming off a block or two north of Main. The yeiling tongues of the Freshmen ciass at Rice,—unprece- dented in number and noise,—had been loosened and the ciamorous ba- be] began. The serpentine run up Main began at Preston; in three min- utes. traffic along the whoie street was Mocked. Aiong the walks peopie exerted themselves to get a view of the noise makers: and they were at- tracted more by what they saw than by what they heard. The grand march was )ed by the "Shimmy Kings" in tbathing suits, white between these fand the iong string of pajama ciad I freshmen the more daring wore oniy their B. V. D.'s in order to save them- seives as much as possible from th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 September 1920

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office. .Room 104, Administration B!dg. J.Aiumni Editors THE THRESHER STAFF FOR 1920-31. Editoriai Staff. Hiii C. Cresham Editor-in-Chief Lucy Zimmer Associate Editor E. O. Arnold Feature Editor D. R. McKee Humor Editor Ruth SuHivan Clement Marguerite John Mary Clarke Wier S. G. McCann A. M. Leiand Society Editor W. M. Darling Athletic Editor Repertoriai Staff. R. M. Winnsboro News Editor M. S. McCorquodaie ) Marguerite John } .Revisory Editors H.V. Crawford , j Dixie Dawson Stenographic Reporter Louise Moore Virginia AtweH Grace Smith AHan Bloxom I H. H. Ehrenfeid , I Mechanicai Staff. H. B. Upshaw Managing Editor Hertha Louise HeHman Art Editor Bessie Smith Staff Photographe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 September 1920

THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE THREE Mr. M. N. Aitkin, Rice !a*titMte wiM be gkdtowaitoayou. TO EVERY YOUNG MAN ATTEMMNG !t M a custom of thi$ !tore to give the stu- dents of Rice each year something that will be of use to them for years to come. This year we are giving a RENPOMI PENCE to every young man at Rice that will caM at our store in the Rice Hotel Building. NOTtCE:—You are not obiigated in any w&y whatever to make any purchase!. & SHOE CO. 524 Main St. Ground F!oor Rice Hote! }SOC Miss Sattte Lee, St. Louis; Mitts Jean King, and Miss Virginia Attwe)), have been appointed maids-of-honor to the Confederate Reunion to be heid in Houston front October the fifth to the eighth. „ The idter Oub he)d a meeting this week to make ptans for the coming year. ' o Miss Ada Dodge, who registered at Rice this year, has teft for a short trip to Mexico. She wiH return in) mediateiy to resume her studies. The first meeting of the Atpho Rho Ciub occurred Wednesday for purpos- es of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 September 1920

' PACE FOUR ./.; ",'\r rr:r, —— $4-. - '' ^ ' ABILITY . JX? A yoany man'* $tore—Catering to the CoHeye Man who M keen to roaBao tho mva!uah!e advantages that good appearance gain# You can obtain hero jmt c!otho# a§ you to meet your own idea# oi good dreM—and do M at a nomina! coat during ShotweH'a OF SWTS, OVER COATS HATS, FURNMHMCS SPECIAL HAT 65"ep'L/%ay% iVEW ME/V CREELED 4r sr^no^v gy R/CE ME^v .Miss Adelaide t.avcn. tlaughtt-r ut' fiesidetit i.oveti. and [x^mtar tnent her <))' the tiasts of '^tf, is ieaviug thits At-t k with Mrs. I,(tve:t for a lit'ief stay in \ew York, to be foHowwl iiy att ' ^tensive trip tittmtgh Htttope. !\tiss i.DVt'tt Kit) be missed it) the sot.-if-ty o! ) ton-ton, atid about the Hiee tatn- nus. ami it is hoped that site wit) imsf A pteasant trip while -away. S0C!EH CLUBS AREREORGAN!ZtNG itiers, Aipha Rho, Tatiers And Others Organ- ize. Th<' . ampns ctuhs ate re-organizing after t'-j vacation retess and the m'-nt! s of the different soctat orders pt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 October 1920

FQHC8 VOLUME v: MCE UWnTUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 1, 1920 NUMBER 3 SIMMS WORK TO KEEPCAIFOMHA COLLEGES AL!YE Help PaM Millage Act (or Educational Upkeep. SYSTB! !S SUBJECT OF TALK BY PRES LOVETT Maa$ Meeting of Student Body Called by the Council. "Thirty thousand letters by Friday at 9" is the slogan adopted by CaU- fomiana to aaccessfully carry out the campaign for the passing of Univer- sity Amendment 18. In order to ac- complish this a definite plan of procedure for the next few^days has been adopted by the committee in chafge. Before Friday at 9 o'clock each student witt write five tetters regard- "At Rice institute we have grown up with the idea of the honor sys- tem," declared President Lovett in an address Tuesday before a mass meet- ing of the student body catted at the request of the honor council. Dr. Lovett sketched the history, ideats and aims of the system, ending with a ptea for its maintenance as one of the great traditions of Rice. The meeting was called to order ...

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

PAGE TWO THE THRESHER. HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.50 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office. Room 104, Administration Bid?. Alumni Editors THE THRESHER STAFF FOR 1920 21. Editorial Staff. Hill C. (Iresham Editor-in-QMef Lucv Zimmer Associate Editor E. O. Arnoid Feature Kditur n. R. McKee Humor Editor Ruth Sullivan Clement j Marguerite John Man* Clark Wier ) A. M. Leland. Society Editor M. H. Alexander Athletic Editor Business Staff. Fred Margin Business Manager Ctintou Dutto) Ass't Business Manager H. l-\ Mayer Circulation Alatiager A. 1). B'tiier Ass't Circulation Mauager Kepe^torial Staff W. M. Darling. .: -t A). S. McCttr<tuodale ? .News Htlito)* . Revisory Editors . Stenographic Reporter Reporters Alurguerite .John Dixie Dawson. . . Louise Moore Virgini...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 October 1920

THE THRESHER, HOUSTON, TEXAS PAGE THREE . Mr. M. N. Aitkon wiii bo a'ad to ), fit you. The Real CoUege Style WE HAVE THEM TOO!! Wine Cordovan $17.00 B!ack Cordovan $15.00 Brown CaMtkin $15.00 WE GUARANTEE OUR HTHNG IUFFLY & SC0GGMS SHOE COMPANY 524 Main St. Ground Floor Rice Hotel l^oc QUAL!n !N BAHMG SERVICE Just as it pays to buy quntity goods, it also pays to bay quality banking service. Especially for young men just starting out in business. Your account is invited. SOUTH TEXAS COMMERCIAL NATL. BANK 213 MAIN STRKKT HOUSTON'S HANK OF SERVtCE g[KiaiBigiBMMBfS)B]B!BlBiME)BlB)B)B!BiB)BBfHE[nP!a!B[BiB)BfMB]31B)BiBlBlBJBfBlEIBfEiBtBtB)EfBiB)^ A SQUARE MEAL a' Messrs. Can Brown ant) Malcolm Lovett spent iast week-end in Austin. Mr. Ed O. Pitch, who in a student at the Medina) Schooi in Uatveston. visitet) in Houston tast Monday and Tuesday. The Eibabeth Batdwin Literary So- ciety held its rirst meeting iast Mon day. Mr. Edwin Burton was a visitor at the institute this week. The Y W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 1 October 1920

PAGE FOUR THE THZN8HE*. HOUSTON, TEXAS DR. LOVZTT'S OPENtNC ADDRESS. (<ontinued Prottt Pane 1, Col. :!) thtf new world of the went; and Co- pernicus had removed the earth from bar poaitton of rest as the center of the universe. From this time forth the idea of progress was itseif to make progress. By Bodin and LeRoy in the!r interpretations of universal his tory, by Francis Bacon, preaching hu man happiness as the utilitarian and of human knowledge, by the Cartesian philosophy, declaring the independ ence of man. by Fontenelle's piurality of worid, and the progress of knowl- edge. the path was being pr spared for the Abbe de St. Pierre and his pro- jects of perpetuai peace, more perfect government of states, and the con- tinuous advance of untversa) reason: for Condercet and his progress of the human mind through tea ages of which the iast is the present; for An gusto Comto, the founder of a science society and its relinton of human ity based on some such aphorisms as: Order is t...

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

VOLUME VI MCE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TtXAS, OCTOBER 8, 1920 nLOrlnLR NUMBER 4 LOUISIANA STATE i OPENS WM THE BEST PROSPECTS! ^ *! EjMTo!hMHt WeM P&*t Lut i The Baylor Bears, who are to battle with us tomorrow afterttoott They an- Look! ' ' husky hunch antl ;t toitttidtihh' adversary. WcM. Here is our candidate fur Southwestertt ehampi<jns lor the toothiill sea of 1920. The gritt of coach and eaptaitt v. it) soon spread to Dn r. -t t<! us With 919 students registered, the University begins the most promising year of its history. The registration up to date is wet) beyond that of iast year. Students are <stiii coming in, and the thousand mark wilt be passed before the enroHment for the first session is complete. Futly one-third of the students are Freshmea ?(!9 being registerett as new students. This more than any other thing shows the growth of the Univer- sity.. There are 209 coeds registered' with the Dean of Women, ami a num-, her who have as yet faited to report to her....

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

TWO -SSL THE THRESHER A weekly periodica! published by the students of Rice Institute, at Houston, Texas. Entered as second-class matter October 17, 1916, at the Postoffice at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3,1879. Subscription Rates. .$2.60 per year, 10c per copy Thresher Office. .Room 104, Administration Bldg. OCTOBER 8. 1920. THE PRE MEDS. QUCH STEPS as have been taken toward ^the ij formation of a Rice Pre-Medica! Society have been well made. The number of pre-medicai stu- dents now in attendance at the University is par- ticularly large, though rivaled of course by the engineers and academs. We havetstudents who have taken their pre-medica! work at Rice, and some who have received their degrees, who are now attending the larger medical colleges of the North and East. There is also a large Rice delega- tion of future doctors at Galveston. Such an organization will fill a tong-felt need, in all probability will be the stepping stone to the enlargement of the biology and c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 October 1920

PAGETHMM v HHOKE, ARTHUR? This was found in the Gainesviile Regiater: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Witt have just received a tetter from their son, Ar- thur, who is attending Rice institute at Houston, ta which he stated that he was ieading his class in the study of architecture and that his instructor waB saving one of his first drawings for future reference. Don't judge Wittess too harshly. Re- member what you toid your folks when you needed that extra kale. HANNAH. ! spoke to you the other day Within the Ctoistered watk But you wouid no attention pay Much tess to stop and tatk. You wouid not even notice me But hurried on. your wny You did not even care to see Just what 1 had to say. Perhaps 1 had a word to say Of footbati game or dance And so upon sotne other day Just stop and take a chance. O. Mega. (This sounds personai.) Q THE CLOtSTER QUEEN. She has such pretty pearty teeth. They both are snowy white But just before she goes to bed She takes them out at night. Her cheeks are just a peach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 8 October 1920

PACK TOUR Cambridge. Maaa.. Sept. !7—Six thousand students were registered at Harvard yesterday at the opening of the college for the coming year. This enroiiment. which is the record in the 384 yeara' history of the university, in- clude 36 women who are now aiiowed to register by a recent ruling of the board of trustees. Men from every state in the union have been enrolled in the university. New York. Sept. 27.—Columbia Uni- versity is now the largest educationai institution in the worid with an en- rollment of slightly more than 31.000 students. The present enrollment shows an increase of S.OtM students over that of a year ago. The enroll- ment for Columbia College, the arts college for men is 1,553 students, ac- cording to the latest figures. College Station. Oct. 4.—The Stu- dent Activity Fee inaugurated this year is a complete success. Ninety per cent of the student body have paid in full. The government made neces- sary adjustment tor vocational stu- dents so that these men m...

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