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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 January 1924

w$iy$ I BARBER SHOP SOON TO BE OPENED HERE A new building is being finished on the Hclvey lot just west of Zellncr Hall and just south of the Excelsior owned by J. V. Slkes. Tlie building is to bo occupied by a first class barber shop and its pro- prietor will bo Mr. Homer Wolfe a stu- dent hero for several years in the past a brother of John Wolfe Sophomore and a former resident of Sherman from which place lie came to Abllena several weeks ago. jHo is a barber of experience and wilt cater to tho student trade lie is also a student in college. V VTHE COVERED WAGON" Removed from the thoughts and en vlronment of tho ordinary work-a-day world forgetting for the time being you are. in a theatre seat is the delightful sen- Mtlon experienced by thoso who will wit- ness tho remarkable screen version of Emerson Hough's tale "The Covered Wag- on" to be seen as tho attraction at tho Queen Theatre on Monday and Tuesday January 21-22. This is much more than a motion pic-1 lure for greater In ec...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 January 1924

3Es3e: SUITS Al 0VERC0AI5 STILL UNDERPRICED One of tlio Lest possiblo clothes investments you can make right now is in ono of theso fine Suits or Overcoats at the low clearance prices. Quality never was better nor prices so low. Come in and sco them. OVERCOAT PRICES $1500 TO $36.00 SUIT PRICES $19.00 TO $32.00 OUAUTY-MVALUe-SEnWCB James Franklin Cox (Continued from pago one.) A.G.C. Wins First Two Games in T. I. A. A. (Continued from pago one.) condition kept him away from the Institu- for Cantrell Stcvcni for W. Adams Stin- tjon untn commencement the following on for Moxley Cantrall for Porter W. juno. fat that ho had not been ablo Adams for Stevens. to do the position justice so ho resigned Summary: Field goals L. Adams 6 at the end of the year and Jesse P. Sewell W. Adams 3 Pennington 4 Wendell 2 wag elected to succeed him. Vaughan 2 Brown 1 Porter 1 Wimber- The education head was born in Illinois ley 2; foul throws Vaughan 1 Stevens 1 n Q72 0f Southern parents who had moved Wimu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 January 1924

-JWflfWT' i 4 r '' 4 i -J- 6-1. aIL i - A-' & (DEDICATED- TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION THROUGH A GREATER A. C. C. i Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1924. Number 16 BATSELL BAXTER IS NEW A. C. C. PRESIDENT . . . WILDCATS LOSE FIRST THREE GAMES ON TRIP WAYLAND NOSES OUT BY THE CLOSE AND INTERESTING WILL SCORE OF 29 TO 23 BE CONTESTS IN PRICKLY WEDNESDAY. PEAR'S RACE. BUFFALOES WINJWO GAMES PICTURES TAKEN FOR A VOTE Strong Plains Teams Givo the Wild- Seven Students Be Selected to Ap- cats Tnsto of Bitter "" pear in Favorites Section Defeat. Special to the Optimist. Plalnvicw Texan Jon. 31. In ono o( the licet games played on the local college court in many days the Wayland Jack llabbits defeated tho Abilene Christian Collego Wildcats 2J-23 in a hard (ought game Wednesday. The score at tho half was 18-8 in favor of the locals tho Chris1 . r . ... n i c. nod. For the visitors Brown and Stephens did stellar work. For the Jack Rabbits McKnight Woodward and Witt featu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 January 1924

vwHnratw'WWwnhwnfcfciirauci ?-v nffiFr "V. V jtes Published Weekly by tlio Student ot Abllcno Christian College. Entered as Seco.id Oats Matter August 1 1912 at Post OlTico Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. L $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-oollegtato Press Association. WENDELL II. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Aubra Banowsky.. Braswcll Oliver- Ruth McNatt ...Associato Editor -Assistant Editor ..Assistant Editor Gordon Kcnley Assistant Editor Oscar Kelly til. Business Manager Reporters this week: Don Mortis Jewel Young Lowell Wlmbish Jean Murphy Norcne Brown Burton CofTman Christina Holland. A NEW ERA. Today is tlio beginning of a new era in 'Abilene Christian College A now man has been selected to take the chair that will bo left vacant by Brother Sewell next -August. To say that It will require ono of Her- culean stren...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 January 1924

T fSWKff TJj. DOINGS OF MEN WHO HOLD FORTH IN PRESS ROOM DESCRIBED FOR OPTIMIST fly Don Morrtt. CAMPUS CHAT SOCIAL EVENTS ZELLNER ZEPHYRS. "'Through tho "English Channel" up two flights' of stairs and then straight down tho Jhall Umt divides Abilene Christian College from Abilene Christian Academy is tlio way to tlie Press Room. Located in the remotest part of the third story of tlio "ad" building this little room has been entered by very few students and still fewer know anything about It. Classes She Is somo better. that meet nearby have heard the click of typewriters and tlio laughter of Joking Mrs. Witt nr.d Alice Harrcll haro been business managers but that is all. on the sick list. As you approach the door two notices appear. Tlio words Optimist and Prickly A "Ford" called at Zcllner Haiti Sun- Pear In heavy one-inch letters announce day???? the room as the homo of A. C. C. publlca- . Ethel Martin visited at Putnam Sunday1 and Monday. t bottlo out of the window of Room 0. firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 January 1924

d 1 1 OVERCOATS STILL UNDERPRICED One of the best possible clothes investments you can mnko right now is in ono of these Fine OVERCOATS at tho low clearance prices. Quality never was better nor prices so low. Como in and sco them. OVERCOAT PRICES $1500 TO $36.00 . Alltni'i Fsvetlls 5kfpit run quAUTY-M VALUB-senvce FEBRUARY FIRST NEW DATE FOR TRY -OUT Owing to tho fact that AValtcr Adam could not bo here for the try-out In de- bato which was to have been held last Monday night tho try-out has been put off. Walter is ono of tho best debaters that lias ever been In A. C. C but be- cause ho had gono to Canyon to play on the collcgo basketball team ho could not bo present Monday night. Accordingly tho debato for picking tho college debaters has been put off until tho first day of Feb- ruary. It Is hoped that bo will bo able to attend tho try-out on that dato because it Is an advantago to A. C. C. for Welter Adams to bo on ono of her debating teamJ. T. I. A. A. Basketball Itaco Narrowing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1924

.'. .'i u 'iHotii &hii (' ' 'l J lift I . THROUGH A GREATER A. C. C. DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION ?ti 'A Vol. XI. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY JANUARY 31 1924. Number 17 1 III1 111 1 1 1111 I K- Otf m ENTRIES IN T. I. P. A. BE CALLED FOR SOON ANNUAL CONV'NTION OF STATE ASSOCIATION TO BE IN S. M. U. FIVE CONTESTS OPEN TO ALL 1 Local Press Club to Start Contest To Decide A. C. C. Entries. Abilcno Christian Collcgo students who are possessed with any literary aspirations or ability aro being called upon by the Press Club to enter manuscripts in tho contests of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. These manuscripts are to be judged by a local committee to be desk- noted by March 13th four weeks prior to the annual convention which is to be held at Dallas with the Southern Method- 1st University on April the 12th and 13th. The local Press Club is a member of the " association and has been active in the con' vention for threo years. Tho contests to which students a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1924

Published Weekly bj tlie Students ol Abilene Christian College. " - l .j Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST. Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. WENDELL H. BEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Aubra Banowsky . .Associato Editor Braswell Oliver. Assistant Editor Ruth McNatt . Assistant Editor Gordon Kciilcy...........Asslstant Editor Oscar Kelly.......j83t. Business Manager WHEREIN WE LACK. Pride does not include arrogance or egotism. Good things always lack some flavor of sweetness or sort of goodness. No college or other institution is near perfect. Loyal students aro proud of their school but those who havo true pride are fully aware of defects and are always willing to help in wiping out these rough spots. All sorts of student life aro bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1924

( -' ;4 f ibp 'a ' i 'if: POSTSCRIPT " " HISTORY Jo Tnrlcton. Hording Literary Society makes plans Ten Years Ago. for Erisophlan-Ophclian Federation con- President Scwcli received a letter from ventlon at A. C. C. gives Opal Dalle serious soro throat. chairman of committee on admission from other colleges of the University of Texas Informing him that A. C. C. graduates would be admitted to the University with Wo used to sunburn our tonslld looking f cmlil on their junior college work. AIRPLANES. Two Years Ago. Thirteen football letter men are awarded sweaters In chapel o at the airplanes glance up. Now won t even In air travel No bumy roads no puna Seven Years Ago. College try-outs arc held to determine PERSONALS. Kathryn Christian suggests stopping - .. !;. .. .;. -.' "r "-: -1.1.1 tt a- ..rr. zz xZaSS skidding. Xou can "look down on your neighbors.' 'C. C. In three lntcr-collcglate debates Friends can "drop in to see you.' ' You can bo a "high-flyer." You can be "up In tho air." ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 31 January 1924

' ' " ' I '" !"' ! ' I Wl . Inl . . . -. xS ' TIT! y -TnPW 'Wp$5f Introducing the New Spring Costumes There nro just enough new costumes here to satisfy the curiosity that weeks of anticipation have whetted. So come and see them while you may for pretty clothes like good news go fast. SUITS are the most non-chalant things. One flaunts a bolero jacket another a balkan blouse and a third is bizarrcly embroidered in Indian motif. WRAPS arc used this season to cloak a variety of styles of which cape-back coats and topcoats predominate. Stand up col- lars and many soft grey shades are fasion features. . AklhM FanMU i -" i..-. .. z i.. ifWj run SHEPHERD SPEAKS ON CHURCH AT THIRATIRA A SERMON SERIES ON REVELA TION LETTERS IS CONTINUED. MIXINGS AND MINGLINGS fpasa Zellncr Hall lias a new inmate tn Miss . Vlress McDuffle of Bend. Texas former . . student who entered school t'i!s week. Brother Shepherd preached last Sunday Francis Lambeth visited homo folks in Winters during tho past week. La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1924

i I lit. ' BSlr if T'1MwkTTTT7 " I V DEDICATED TO CHRIS- TIAN EDUCATION ' THROUGH A GREATER- A.C.C. ' f i ' hif wnimmt 9 Y' XI. &iam PRACTICE WILL BE STARTCD THIS WEEK N TMB?!LnFAYS&S MEN ARE BACK FOR THE NEW TEAM. VAUGHN TO CAPTAIN SQUAD Two Meets Will Test Tho Wildcats' Strength on the Cinder Patlis. . Track practice which was to havo been started Monday was halted on account of the cold weather. However this week will probably see the cinder path artists In their first workout. A. C. C. should stand a good chance to placo high In both tho triangular meet with Simmons and How- ard Payno and In tho T. I. A. A. meet which Is to be held In Ablleno on the 9th and 10th of May. Bob Vauchan. lli lirnvv ul.U.r nf it. shot and tho discuss and hurdler is back this year tocaptaln the squad and to lead u on lor more nonors lor the purplo and wnue. um year Vaughan collected nine tinlnla tr .1.- TT7I1J.... I .1. - C J T! f..... .u. mo nuuuiu ill mc icuunu 111- angular Meet by taking fir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1924

I V T ' -.r WMtBanK W vv ysWi'ii; i ' 3p&$Jfc58& Published Weekly lor ttio Student Abilene Christian College. o! Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. ; : 77; Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription ler Year. 1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. WENDELL HBEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff: Aubra Banowsky.. . .Associate Editor Braswell Oliver .Assistant Editor Ruth McNatL Assistant Editor Gordon Kenley. Assistant Editor Oscar Kelly Asst. Business Manager MODERNISM AND FUNDAMEN- TALISM. At present many of tho different reli- gious denominations of the country aro being torn by controvcries within their ranks. One minister says that he believes in the virgin birth of Christ salvation by grace through faith the resurrection the atonement and personal return of Jesus 2fU Si :X 1 common laws of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1924

nMMnmMfmmiHMUwn m - ' " JH ' A .. r - & ;.. i r& M i p Wi?v mk If f8 HOWARD PAYNE MEETING ' WILDCATS IN TWO GAMES i With their percentage In the T. I. A. A. basketball race still at 500 after the sc- ales with Sam Houston the Abilene Chris. tlan College Wildcats will go to Brown.' rood Thursday morning via the Abilene & Southern for a two-game series With the Yellow Jackets of that city. Two of the hardest games of tho season 'are anticipated. The Yellow Jackets have been defeated by the Wildcats in basket- ball for several years but with a new gym In which to train the Brownwood team J4 showing strength which has not been thclr's for several years. Only four games have been played by Howard Payne. They were defeated twice by Simmons and split a two-game scries with the Sam Houston team on Friday and Saturday evenings. This team also split with A. C. C. and dope runs toward two of the fastest games of the season. The Wildcats will be represented by the same line-up which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 February 1924

SWEATERS MANY AND VARIED FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Sweaters for Spring nro here in n varied range of beautiful colors and color combinations. It is seem- ingly difficult to determine the exact mode which is most in favor. Tho slip-over type is in favor with many; tho coat also has a strong following. Sweaters are of- fered in white bright colors and the ever popular wood shades. Wool is preferred to silk ulthough tho two arc effectually combined in some models. There arc some sleeveless models; hip length is favored. $3.50 TO $16.50 m QUALITY-JH VALUe -SERVCG MIXINGS AND MINGLINGS Roommates who have not quarreled to far aren't likely to scparato this late; an ill nature Usually shows itself early. Examinations are like tho measles; an epidemic breaks out when you expect and desire It tho least. During tho first mouth one may think It Is a great joko when he writes "1923" instead of "1924" hut when Fchruary comes he grows suddenly ashamed of it. SEE US FOR FINE BOX STATIONERY PAPER BY THE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1924

mwmmitmvtiAWiwmnvmtmmwimvwmwmm1 -?r r a. :v .! .It' ''&V - . Sit j kt i i ' j wri DED1GATEDM0; CHRIS r TIAN EDUCATION v . w Vol. XI. . ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14 1924. Number 19 SlllUllimi miu MIWIIiMBilMlltl WMU fitfl4l -44421' THROUGH A 'GREATER xa.:& c 'i ''' - jamrwjHUUIJ.il I v i A tf VICTOR D. PAYNE JR. RESIGNS POSITION AS ATHLETIC COACH mll XP ?K.S.? 0F TWO YEARS OF VALU ABLE SERVICE. Victor D. Payne Jr. a man who prob- ably lias enjoyed better support and more wholehearted backing on the part of tho student body than any college coach of the state a man whose future as Coach Is as bright as that of any Coach of this sec- lion of tho country and brighter than al- most any; a young man who has seen years of honorablo service as a college athlete possessed of a very magnetic personality which draws every ono of his "boys" ta him ond causes them to! do their best handed his resignation to Dean H. E. Speck Director of Athletics last Saturday afternoon....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1924

h ) it s h VLZ. m I 4r - t Published Weekly hj tiie Students ui Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year................ $1.50 ddress ill correspondence and make alt Money Orders Payable to TIIE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member -of Texas Inter-tollcglate Press Association. WENDELL H. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Staff; Aubra Danowsky-. Braswell Oliver.... Ruth McNatt Gordon Kcnley.. ........ Oscar Kelly Asst. Associato Editor sslstont Editor ...Assistant Editor 8jl8tnnt Editor Business Manager -. IN BEHALF OF BASKETBALL Tho future of college basketball at least In this section of t.e country is gradually being undermined by the prac tlce which becoming prevalent of referee- ing basketball games according to sets of rules as one may desire. It has been observed by local basketball fans lately that some officials "call" a game In a rather...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1924

i ? if n i " V 1 f ? if i . ffl. C'-tr M- : - it " fi 1 .-V t Stf I P. J '. "f A ms tM f V ' " ilJ mi m LEROY WILLIAMS IS NEW PRICKLY PEAR EDITOR CHOSEN BY CLASS OF 'ZS Upon the resignation of Aubta h Banowsky as editor of the 1925 rrickiy rear to which place he was elected by the class of '25 on the preceding day Lcltoy (Ked) 'Williams was selected for the place. Ho is now in Ills fourth year In A. C. C and has always been a very popular student showing an cxecutivo spirit In different activi- ties. He is a three year letter man in football. His home is at Lorenzo Jolin Paul Gibson was elected re- cently as Business Manager of The Prickly Pear for next year. The men have been pledged by the class to the full support of the member- ship. Lowell Wimblsh has been se- lected to act as Dullness Manager until January tho 1st as Gibson will not enter school next session until then. He is n salesman for The Southwestern Co. Dible printers and lives In Washington D. C. Wim- blsh will havo c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 February 1924

n r i m i mini in ' i in i u -J - ' " " . condl 'ost smea can! rfIiJV-.-- El iraKi ' I' Hi' u I l C ; E i 8 ' i I1' SLEEVELESS SWEATER W9 EVER A FAVORITE ARE HERE IN NEW SPRING COLORS Worn over n trim shirt wni9t they are dainty and useful for the schoolroom the office and informal gatherings. Decorative buttons on some plaidcd or striped fronts on others with perhaps a! leather belt adorn these sweaters of Angora Camel's Hair and Brushed Wool in many beautiful colors $3.50 TO $16.50 QUALITY Victor Pnyno .Resigns (Continued from page one.) A AWtnt't Ftnrllt - 5 Uanwoeus -i valuf -sEnvce HARPER COLLEGE TO BE MOVED W ARKANSAS TWO CHRISTIAN COLLEGES TO DE CONSOLIDATED AT MORIIILTON. WILL BE HARDING COLLEGE A. C. C. JUNIOR CAGERS TAKE ONE FROM TRAVIS Tlio most Important and not tlio least Interesting event which occurred around A. C. C. Monday afternoon was a hard- ought cage scramble between tlio A. C. C. Junior basketball eager and tlio Travis School team. Travis School has had very J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1924

mmmmmmmm DEDICATED TO CIliU$k ' T1AN EDUCATION . THROUGH A GREATER A. C. C. Vol. XI. ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21 1924. Number 20 wMaiammSmmmmmmmm wJIF llllillllralT ) N. B. Hardeman 'nnnLtul r j Recently Toured Tho principal speaker of tho Abilene Chtl.ll.n College Lecture Week will be N. D. Hardeman of Nashville Tennessee. Mr. Hardeman Is a man of national ser- Sri 7T!:it. t. C'm-!?1' f- which ho U a member. His comlno to Abilene Christian College for this series of lectures brings to Ahllcno people one of the most forceful and pleasing speaker. who has ever been associate! will ih. Tnl. lego Lectureship. nary man for making observations In the Holy Land Mr. Hardeman brought to his -l.i l t .. . i . . . . . uiu u sjiicnuiu xnowieugo ot ttie uilile. ijinco his return from tho Holy Land Mr. Hardeman has been engaged In evan- gelistic services. Ho comes to Abilene .1.1 L t 111 I 11 . . ..... from California where ho Is now preach. Jng. For two year In succMslon htTh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 February 1924

BWlttAftlAWtl "TSfflMWWmWl JgH B " f 1 1 ii' g-'-UJ-L-1 iXjuuuLi jjj JMt-JL.v::-V': r J. !-- -ars ntn i mm jitaHftffiiWilttil in mil flWT'SnirtF pmrp?1 M Published Weekly by flio Student ol Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter August a 1 1912 at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year. $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST Abilene. Texas. Member of Texas Inter-colleglate Press Association. WENDELL H. DEDICHEK Editor-in-Chief RUPERT B. WATSON Business Manager Statt: .Associate Editor Aubra Banowsky. Braswell Oliver... Ruth McNatU-. Gordon Kenlcy..... Oscar Kelly .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor Asst. Business Manager LECTURE WEEK. TL ...1.1-1. I. 1nt..l forumr.1 In l I..-J..l. t i1 1.n nr Interested . . r .. .. o...i... mi in i. I. -t. 15 lO UJICII .juiiuoy uiuiinnt and continuo throughout next week com- in personalities in an article on a basket- ing ...

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