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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 November 1916

V k THE DALLY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR RALLIES TO DEFEND THE HON LAW COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEiMBER 16, 1916. NUMBER 66 Administration Prepares to Repel Attacks of Railroad Management. STRIKE MAY RESULT Officials Believe Interference With Operation of Act Will Fail. THE CALENDAR Nov. By ROBERT J. BENDER (United 1'ress Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. The Ad ministration is ready to start an ag gressive fight in behalf of the Adam son Eight-Hour Law, now the object of the concerted attacks of the big railroads of the country, It was made clear today. Belief was expressed by high officials that the efforts to en join the operation 01 me law worn a fail. It was suggested that the Gov ernment might not confine its efforts to defensive tactics if the hope of the railroads to prevent the operation of the law should appear likely of reali zation. If the railroads tie up the en forcement of the act, the railroad workers are expected to strike. It is the view of some o...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 November 1916

i V Kt. iEf' Pamt Twn Ej '" ' - THE DAILY MISSOUBIAN, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1818. THE DAILY' MISSOURIAN Published ertrj evening- (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning- fey The MliMuriaa Association, Incorporat ed, Columbia, Mo, Frmmk H. Kim, President and Editor I ,A. G. Hlnmaa, Business Hanager. Address all communlcatloui to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 53; News, 274. Entered at the postoffice. Colombia, Mo., as second-class mull. Year, $2.50; montli, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan receives the dlspatdies of tbe United Tress Associations. THE LADY FROM MONTANA The lady from Montana has the floor. The first woman elected to the House of Representatives is probably the most Interesting figure In the new Congress. Her election sweeps many precedents by the board. For Instance, will the House desks be adorned by feet instead of pamphlets, as...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 November 1916

"wwvm-'fsr. ' "twaww?- f$JfW3S?Vf' ' THE DAILY IOSSOURDlK, THURSDAY EYEXIJfG, NOVEMBER 16, 1916. Page Three -vgximxfgrff ? . i SPORT NEWS and COMMENT A man who can stand on the 35-yard line and toe the ball between the bars with some degree of consistency Is what Coach Schulte is trying hard to develop right now. With his main defense men carrying enough bandag es to equip an ordinary field hospital and his offense men being nursed along to prevent further disaster, the Tigers' chief mechanic is putting in about half the practice every day try ing to find a kicker who has enough ability aside from his kicking to be in the game regularly. Judging from the form displayed yesterday by some of the huskies of the Old Gold and Black squad. Wood ward won't be the only man who can propel the pigskin between the posts Thanksgiving day. "Snooze" Groves, "Bill" Collins, Earl McMillan and Peeplcs did some kicking yesterday that would rhal that of Jim Thorpe. "Snooze" Grove;. Kicks Well from Pla...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 16 November 1916

r Page Pom THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 19U. CITY AND CAMPUS Lieutenant J. C. King; and Major Charles W. Castle will entertain the officers of the University Cadet Corps with a smoker Friday evening at the home of Lieutenant King, 1327 Keiser avenue. Milton K. Varner. a senior in the School of Engineering', returned yes terday from his home at Odessa, where he attended the funeral of his uncle. The football game between the en gineering and law students will be held at 4 o'clock next Tuesday after noon. Hugh Howard, a freshman in the College of Arts and Science, was ad mitted to Parker Memorial Hospital yesterday. H. F. Major left yesterday for New London, Mo., where he is en gaged in developing a city park. Miss Mary Dysart left yesterday for St. Louis to visit with relatives. H. E. Lucas and wife left this aft ernoon for St. Louis. F. J. Mack, representative of P. F. Collier & Son, left yesterday for Mexico, after spending a few days here on business. B...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

'5l''-'gipPr!JgS! WV-tisimir?-r -" Sraggtgawir- ' " THE DAILY II w. r&.TTpp.fl W&M&r r' rsiiK?rwWfi(lwrEK t9f?ksto? " ar - f - v - 1 ' MISSOltklAN ! NINTH YEAR jjORRANCE FOR ; STATES CELEBHATION To Effect Organization for Honoring Missouri's Ad-. mission to the Union. lu WAS ADMITTED IN 1820 Committees From All Coun ties Will Meet in Kansas City November 23. Missouri's Centennial celebration of er admission as a state will enter upon its second stage of development when the delegates of the centennial committee of one thousand of the State Historical Society meet at the Hotel Muehlebach in Kansas City No vember 24. To effect a permanent or ganization, decide on the time and place of the celebration and adopt plans for its observance will take the attention of the delegates during the convention. Members of the 114 county commit tees and representatives from state organizations ocational, educational, industrial, fraternal, patriotic and re ligiousmake up the delegates to...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

.rfvv ?&J'&?'W'tyS& js? L ." t " --.'JKS ' "X-' 'V X tvr-- '-'if. Mt' m. - . t r t. tf .HLLLM Page Two THE DAILY MISSOPMABT, FRIDAY EVEKIXG, SOVEMBEB 17. 1918. DEAN JAMES L AW'S OPPORTUNITIES Assembly Lecturer Says Hard Work and Patience Are Demanded. "CALLING IS HONEST" Speaker Insists There Is No Place in Profession for the Shysters and Crooks. "For the young man who Is willing to work hard and Ions, who has ja tiencr: and the knark. of pelting on vith people, who lias that Indefinable thing we call personality, who has i;ocl health and abundant viullty and above all a love for his profession, the law offers opportunities as grrat as it ever did, not merely to make a living but to acquire a reasonable competen cy and a position of leadership and eminence in the community," declar ed Eldon R. James, dean of the School of Law, in his lecture, "The Lawyer and His Opportunities," in the Univer sity Auditorium last night. This was the secdnd of a series of faculty lec tures...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

WU I. I 1,1 NEWS and COMMENT When the Tigers line up against Drake tomorrow a majority of the regulars probably will be on the side lines, for Coach Schulte Is planning to send several of his second string men against the Bulldogs so his crip pled stars can get in shape for the jaynawker battle. Slusher and Bass will probably be the ends with Hud son and Groes at tackles. McAnaw and Preston will hold down the guard positions. Hamilton will play center. The backfield will be composed of Stankoski White, Collins, and Mor ris. Giltner, Wilder. Rider. McMillan and others may get in the game if Drake proves -too strong. Thus, only five of the men who started the game against Washington on October 14 will face the Bulldogs at the start of tomorrows game. Against the Pikers, Giltner and Wilder were the ends, Van Dyne and Mulr the tackles. McAnaw and Preston the guards and Hamilton center. Stan kowski was at quarter with Rider. Collins and Haines forming the rest of the backfield. Of the me...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

&l.-f ?" ?&& f jar' .I H. u e m t ' . j, -.C Fagt Fair THE DAILY MISSOURIANican)-Theta,kofanewal,gninftnt,n Published rrcry errnlntT (except Saturday ad Sunday) and Sudor nMrmlnc br The MItsoarlaa Associativa, Iaearporat rd. Colombia, Ho, Frank H. Kins. I'miatnt ua mmiioti a. u, Baslnns Sfanaffer. Address all communications to ' THE DAILT MISSOUIUAN Columbia, Mlnourl. Office: Virginia Building. Downstairs Pbones: Business, S3; News, 274. Entered at the postoffice, Columbia, Mo., as second-class mall. Tear. $20; month. 25 cents; copy, S cents. Outside of Boone County, year $3; month, 30 cents. The Mlssourlan recelres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. THE WEST IN POLITICS The new West, the West of. Inde pendent voters, the West of discrimi nating progressivism, the West of po litical power, the West of rugged na tionalism, the West of prospective leadership, the West of intelligent ideals all of these traits of the last A JAmerlcan frontier have been brought...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

sngwsf fT!,"!?,!jHrrf t-t. 4 f P JANUARY STRIKE RUMOR DEXIED THE DAILY-MISSOUBIAir, FRIDAY EYEKISQ, KOYEMBER 17, 1916. Wilson Will Frorlde Measure Should Adamson Law Fall. By United I'ress NEW YORK, Nor. 17. Confident that if the Adamson Law should fail President Wilson will provide another measure which will give the railroad workers their eight-hour day. heads of the various brotherhoods today scout ed the possibility of a general strike in January. The possibility that the strike, on the basis of last summer's vote, would not hold good loomed up this afternoon and brotherhood offic ials said this question would have to be settled Monday at Washington. I (oWoTReaev- ALWAYS A KOOD Sho TONIGHT and SATURDAY BLANCHE SWEET in "Public Opinion" Miss Sweet's notable characterization of sympathy Also 2 Clever Comedies "0. U. ROOSTER" & "MUTT & JEFF' g$M BLANCHE SWEET j HINTS FROM A BIG ADVERTISER Put Your Money in Bros. Newspapers, Savs Gimbel Sales Manager. From The Kansas City St...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 17 November 1916

IrS- f TJ " ftTtSP'"- $R0V&qgpgg!&KJ T "aW'Wgp W '$- irfajjSEgggBEggWiiftJife,gJS- m '" Jfe- & ft M U T. PcgeSix THE DAILY MISSOUHIAIf,.FBIDAT ETEMXG, SOVKMBEB 17, 116. Visit the newly remodeled College Inn make yourself at home at our elegant Blue Room and enjoy the Qvsdransle Orchestra Music. Adv. DIDXT "SCOBE" JCSSOURIAIf Try some of the fine WARD LOAF CAKES for Sunday Silver Queen Sunfeist Gold Southern Pride Devil's Dream Espantio They are fine Wabash Market 201 Christian College Ave. Phone 888 Methodist Minister Writes to Correct ' Impression of Columbia Ttaes. Editor of the Missourian: This moraine's Columbia Times carries a report of the speech of the Reverend Grimes before the Commercial Club yesterday in which he is quoted as Boarders Wanted Three Meals $3.65 Two Meals - - $2.85 Mrs. E. Lester 911 Locust Phone 398 Red r Board at the Gem Cafe u i ,v Meals by the week - - -Two meals a day, by the week S3. 75 S3. 00 Gem Cafe PHONE 1334 RED 14 NORTH TENTH ST. f sco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

Wi - THE DAILY MISSOURIAN NINTH YEAR COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1916. NUMBER 68 TIGERS BEAT DRAKE II UBNttLF, 14-0 With Five Substitutes, Mis sourians in First Part Hold the Bulldogs Scoreless. RIDER IN 50-YARD RUN Collins Plays Well Iowans Complete Ten Forward Passes in 15 Attempts. Missouri still has a pretty good football team, and Drake knows how lo work the forward pass these were the outstanding features of the 14-to- 0 victory of the Tigers over the vis itors from Iowa on Rollins Field yes terday afternoon. With five substi tutes in the line-up, the Missourians played their opponents to a standstill In the first half. With the regular Ti ger backfleld in action in the second half, two touchdowns came in rapid succession. Lansing kicked both goals. Drake worked ten forward passes out of fifteen attempts and succeeded in scooping In several the Tigers tried, t one touchdown was fairly earned, .coming when the team worked the ball from the center of the gri...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

iWfWWpppWipp J-ffT5! t z aiyjynfigry & Page Two THE DAILY MISSODRIAN, SUNDAY MOUSING, SOYEMBEB 19, 1916. OFFER EVERY CHILD A CilCEJE ASKS Heredity Not Now Consider ed Chief Factor, Explains Prof. J. M. Coulter. .SAYS IDEA CHANGES Experiments With Plant Life Cited by Lecturer to Sup- 4. tJIo Tkonnr "While we should see to it that the inheritance is as favorable as possi ble, we should also make certain that every child has a stimulating environ mentin other words, an opportuni ty." Thus Prof. John M. Coulter In his lecture at the Physics Building Thursday afternoon summarized the results of recent scientific investiga tion of inheritance and response and made the application to the problem of eugenics. Professor Coulter is a lecturer from the University of Chi cago. Professor Coulter gave first a his tory of the opposing views of sci entists concerning the importance of the two factors. He offered the con clusion that science is no longer re garding heredity as an inevitable fate...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

g?5Pf'r3r'- V "Wi?,rss5",RB"- v iw - THE DAILY MISSODKUX, SCXPAY MOBKIKG, XOVEMBEB 19, 1916. Page TkrM -i i mraonwwiwmiwMMi w inn nn Etcryone in town has a visitor, apparently, and everyone has been giv ing their own and other guests a party. Friday seven parties were given for the out-of-town people. One hostess said, "I gave a luncheon early in the week, but since then I haven't eaten anything at home except breakfast " If this keeps up I'll discharge my maids." Some of the visiting people are: Mrs. James M. Carpenter of St Louis, guest of Miss Margaret Rollins; Mrs. W. H. Lumsden of St. Louis, visiting Mrs. I. 0. Hockaday; Mrs. E. C. Henrotin of New York state and Mrs. F. p. Blair of Chicago, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Price; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estill of Estill, Mo., guests of Miss Juliet Bowling; Mrs! John L. Sehon and Mrs. Walter Taliferro of San Diego, Cal., guests of Mr! "and .Mrs. E. Sidney Stephens; Mrs. H. M. Calyton and Miss Florence Clay ton of Loe Angeles...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

-?&. i ' VT "' h. " . r.--y ! r . v.- PiFair THE DAILY MISSOURIAJT, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1916. M.U. ACTIYE IN DAIRY EXTENSION Coir Testis? Associations and Co-op-entire Creameries Being Formed. A. C. Ragsdale, extension assistant professor in the University, has re cently organized a Cow Testing As sociation in Marion County. This is a co-operative organization which em ploys a tester to keep records of feed j and butter-fat. The results show the net profit of each dairyman at the end of the month. Another piece of dairy extension work done by the University Is an ut tempt at Republic to organize a co operative creamery. Two meetings were held, and a committee Is now at work on the enterprise. The cream ery Is to be similar to one at Marion- ville, twelve miles from Republic. This, according to Mr. Ragsdale, is the most successful creamery in. the state, from the standpoint of prices paid to farmers. An Ayrshire breeding association has been organized at Mansfield. Two y...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

? r -j vt ffw. )'Wfk "TTHP",- KOPW t ?" THE DAILY MISSQURIAX, 8USPAY MOKXDiC, SOYEMBEB 19, 1916. Fate Ht6 THE OPEN COLUMN nnhllc forum lor we aiscnHion or ..,,, worth-while. Artlclei should be ,, d1 signed by the writer, as proof ?. rflto? of cood faith'. Signature will not nMrllT be oubllshed. A Question of Taste. Editor of the MIssourian: Lest by any one I should be thought the au thor of the letter signed J. W. R. and printed In the Open Column on Thurs day. I hasten to put In a disclaimer: I am not guilty of that bit of droll ratiocination. The argument In that letter and also In one printed in Tues day's MIssourian is as follows: Many of the motion picture plays exhibited lerf are "rotten" (I quote) and "there is much room for improve ment"- but the managers have enter ed into large contracts for such plays and cannot make money without them; therefore the managers are not to blame. That Is, the manager must ' be allowed his profit whether or not the "rotten" plays demoralize a...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

THE DAILY MISSOCMAJf, SUKDAY koBSECO, KOVEMBEB 19, 1916. Page Six .Wt K I fe THE DAILY MISSOURIAN PablUbed rrrrr eralng (except Saturday and Sunday) and Sunday morning by The MUaourlan Aasoclaiien, Incorporat ed, Colombia, He., Frank II. King-, Fmldent and Editor; A. G. Hlnman, Umlnrsa Sfanncer. Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Colombia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 274. Entered at tbe postofflce. Columbia, as second-class mail. Mo Year, S250; month. 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outride of Boone County, year $3; month, l .' ou ixuia. Tbe MIssourlan receives tbe dlspatcbes ol toe united rress Associations. TEST OF THE ADAMSOJf LAW The Adamson Law, breaking new ground in federal legislation, must stand the test of the United States Su preme Court, the most powerful body in the country under our scheme of government The test was inevitable. Had it not been for the presidential campaign, the deluge of suits brought by the rail...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

"5B 'SJWI "'5 tC'wi' " T"W- THE DAHT HISSOUKIAIT, SPffPAT JOBNIWG, NOVEMBER 19, 1916. Page Serei One of Columbia's MBBt? L1J'." '"'.' i'ig''",wrnaEiiwBg''aiT,q ALL SEASONS ARE SHOWN AT GREENHOUSE DISPLAY Columbia can boast of a floral es tablishment equal to any outside of the big cities of Missouri. And it is being appreciated too, if one may Judge from the number of people who are visiting the houses these days Then the Chrysanthemum show is on. The greenhouses of the Columbia Floral Company are on West Boule vard and Ash streets. Just a good Talk from town, and a trip out there these days is like passing a review of the season. Lettuce just up gives one the idea that spring surely is upon us. This lettuce will be ready for the market in about three weeks. Then there are countless varieties of midsummer flowers starting to bloom, such as sjreet alysaum and sweet peas. There are those more delicate potted plants such as we sec about home at Christ mas time. The cyclamem which is th...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 19 November 1916

m. PaeEfeM THE DAILY MISS0UBIA5, SUNDAY 3TOBNIK6, NOYEMBEB It, MM. TIRERS BEAT DRAKE IN LASTJLF, 14-fi (Continued from page L) able to put Uw ball over tbo goal line. Tigers Hake First First Down. Drake received the first kick-off, but was forced to punt almoct Immediate ly, Stankowskl carrying the ball back to his 37-yard line. Collins. Morris and White made a first down in three plays, but failed on their next tries, and Slusher punted to Drake's 10-yard line. An exchange of punts, and two penalties against the Tigers put the ball on the 30-yard line. Jernegan was again forced to punt. Missouri made a first down by line plunging, but I Slusher was forced to punt, and it was Drake's ball on its own 30-yard line. After an incomplete forward pass and a loss on an attempted end run, Drake punted. Morris and Collins made first downs by running the ends. A 40-yard run was lost when Hudson was caught holding a Drake player. The quarter ended with the ball on Missouri's 32 yard line. Drak...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 November 1916

t ',!W58r!S55S!r!E5r "' i v fff- ' & THE DA1XY COLUMBIA, MISSOURI. MONDAY EVENING, OVEM'BER 20, 1916. NINTH YEAR NUMBER 69 "a - -aaa HlSfedURIAN - - j - --- --- COLUMBIA SOLDIERS TO CTHOI BUHUbH Letter From General Funston Dispels nope ui an Early Return. MAYOR TO PROTEST Commanding Officer Says He Is Acting Fairly to All of the States. A letter received this morning by Mayor J. M. Batterton from Major General Frederick M. Funston seems to indicate that there is little proba bility of the early return of Columbia's national guardsmen from the Mexican border. SeTeral business and professional men of Columbia sent a telegram to cotarv Baker of the War Depart- I ment. Saturday asking that the matter fol returning the Columbia men be tak C . .. cnnn as Dossible. and giving en up an - as the reason for their request the fact that most of the men are Univer sity students or business men of Co "inmbia. Secretary Baker replied on the same day with a brief t telegram stating that the cho...

Publication Title: Daily Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Missourian. — 20 November 1916

r ; THE DAILY MISSOURIAN, MOSPAY EYEXIXO, XOYE3IBEB SO, 1916. Page Tiro ft WW f THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Published mrr erenlnr (extent Saturday and Honda J ) mad Bandar morning- bjr Tbe Mlsssurlan Association, Incorporat ed, Colombia, Ho, Frank II. Klnr. President and Editors A. O. Illnman, Business aanager. . Address all communications to THE DAILY MISSOURIAN Columbia, Missouri. Office: Virginia Building, Downstairs Phones: Business, 55; News, 271. Entered at tbe postofflce, Columbia, as second-class mall. Mo, Year, 2J50; month, 25 cents; copy, 5 cents. Outside of Boone County, year S3; month, 30 cents. Tbe MIssourlan recetres the dispatches of the United Press Associations. THOMAS MOTT OSBORNE Thomas Mott Osborne, the "golden ru'c" warden of Sing Sing prison. New York, has resigned his position at that Institution, driven, he says, by the "machinations of politicians and pris on graft," His work, since he became warden In November 1914, has shown clearly the soundness of his principle...

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