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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1920

I 'Tsupyw iKK(iW THE OPTIMIST Oh there" is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der Pfalswhenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JAN. 29 1920 Number 9 We all accepted the Invitation of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Robbing to the marriage of their daughter Iraa Tat to Isaac Ulysses Wren on Saturday evening January the twenty-fourth nineteen hundred and ' twenty at eight o'clock. In Abilene Chris tian College chapel. The chapel was full tho seats of the center pew being reserved for relatives and friends of the bride and groom. The house was beautiful decor ated. There was a few bunches of mistle- toe along the footlights on tho stage. Two attractive ushers waited at each door. They were Mr. D. D. Snout and Miss Eliza Bacon at the center door; Mr. J. C Corn- stock and Miss Fannto Moore at the cast chapel door; Mr. D. G. Handy and Miss Mandy Long waited at the...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1920

liiiiil'IWI IK.?.A..d . sv m&r1 mx J5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Auiiono ennsuan uuioge. Offico Admlnlatratton Dulldlng Room fl. Subscription Por Yoar J1.G0 Address All correspondence and tnnko all Money Orders payable to THE OP- TIMIST at Ablleno Texan. I J. Vlncont Bikes Editor-in-Chief the fundamental reason for education. Es- unions r 1'coplc especially tho young Gladys Arledgo Asst. Editor peclally is this tendency prevalent among """ ''0 educated to act from the stand- Thornton Arlodgo.. .Business Manager business colleges. They will tell the boy Pln' of right and wrong. Schools must J. Warren Jackson Asst. Bus. Mgr. or the girl that by attending a business i !" greater Interest In developing tho tlorbort Slkoa Joko Editor college four or five months he or she can moral part of man. Moreover we must command a larger salary. Tills method firl MU '10 weetIs before we plant the Beginning with this Issue the four col- 0f advertising is adopted not only by a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1920

9JaE9 W ' PI"Wfr t f- niiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiitiiiiiiiniii Special For This Week New Spring Dresses $25.00 $27.50 AND $30.00 E Tliis lot of Dresses represents a special purchase from one of our best popular priced dress connections in New York. 5 INCLUDING 75 PRETTY DRESSES Svery Dress made up in the new and stylish Spring Models. The points of styling wo emphasize are the short sleeves hip pannier effects new drapes and S E many ruffles used. The materials used are Serge Tricotino Taffeta Satin 5 5 Foulards Printed Georgette and Georgetto Gombina- tions. Colors are new shades of blue brown tan black j and fancy combinations. These dresses will sell rapid- ly as they are unusual values on the present market and we advise prompt selections. Now goods' are or- riving for all departments and the styles are the pret- tiest wo have evor shown. See them. MUSTARD GAS TO BE USED BY HIM rriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 January 1920

i i1 Htf in.' fe PERSONALS j Fjtst. lof UBsaytlho la grippohaa coma Ye it is hero and every one eccms trying to bo hospitable by receiving it. Seven girls in Daisy Hall seven in .cllncr five hoys in tho "mulo barn" two in the white cottage and one In the yellow cottage re- port him "a comer and stayer." Wo' ore told that Annie Vie Myatt has succeeded in (citing him know that his attention is unappreciated" ana Do leit her room nigh- ly insulted. The Baxter family has also ' ridded themselves of the unwelcome guest and Mrs Carpenter has him almost to her door. Hcres hoping she sweeps him out 80on- 0 I Mr. Sam Johnson of Sweetwater visited his niece Vera Ray. I Mr. J. M. Scdbcrry of Hamlin is here visiting his sons James and William. Mr. Patrick visited his daughters Annie and Mablc. o Mr. Clyde Echols another old student spent the week end with us. The "census taker" came around Mon- day and all tho teachers had to tell their ages. Mrs. Dailey is hero to visit her son William. We are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1920

V Oh ih'cra is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn ofthun- derpralswhenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. L flJC Ui 1 IItIJLvj JL Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 5 1920 Number 10 CLUB IS ENTERTAINED WITH LESP YEAH PARTY GIVEN BY GIRLS At last leap year is here and talco it from the "A" Club it brings good dicer. There was quite a happy surprise for each member of the "A" Club along about Sunday evening when he was stopped by some pretty girl asking him for a "date" to begin al seven o'clock Monday evening at the "Mule Barn." Needless to say not a boy refused and Iong'beforc 7 we were congregated at the meeting place. Just as the hands of the clock pointed to "straight up sen" the girls came. Leap jcar was begun again and this time the girls did the "leaping." We were token first to "The Young Men's Meeting." After the meeting we were led by divers routes to thq home of Prof. G. C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1920

Ri I f I V k ffl a 4MMM j'3-3Sr5Pl Jl f SnPanuB i-jm 7"ZA& fTTTf TWf f5T'rooin wnIch BrfllM wefo to be read at ono KSJC WA A VJ 0f t10 chapcl servlcc8 And furthernlore ...... . .. o. j . . lie B'rI room were 0 bo graded by boyi Published Weekly by the Student of and le BrU performed gImar Abilene Chrlstlati College for lh bo)$ Thls $ 0 B weeWy Offices Administration Building Itoorn G. Uubscrlptlon Per Year $1.60 Address all correspondence and make ell Money Orders payable to THE OP- 1 1MIBT at Abilene Texan. Vlncont Slkcs Editor-ln-Chlof Uladys Arlcdgo . . Aaat. Editor Thornton Ariodgo... Business Manngor J. Warren Jnckson.........Aent. bus. Mar. ' Herbert SIlCM....... Joke Editor " ( Thii is the JUhlor number of tho Op- tlmlst. The three succeeding numbers will be put out by the Sophs Freshtes and ' Fourth Year Academy classes rcspecthely. o The athletic park has been officially named by tho West Texas Club. The name se- lected by them is the "Wild Cat" and from this day henco ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1920

i ' r t " Tiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiii3titiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiftiiiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiifiii1iiti1iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiaiiiiiiitiiitLL New Muslin Undergarments For Spring 1 920 Tlicso exquisite Undergarments nro new in every 8cnso m design material and trimming. Real hand-embroidered as tno label on each garment guarantees. The materials arc sheer and soft being of tho finer quality of IVliislins Nainsooks and other beautiful Lingerie and embellished with rib- bon runs embroideries and dainty laces. GOWNS 82.00 (6 87.50 Tho materials itr6 soft high grade Muslins Nainsooks nnd Silk finished Crepes hand embroidered lace trimmed and ribbon run. Exceptional values at $2.00 and up- ward to .: 87.50 TEDDIES $1.50 to $5.00 In tho new styles made of soft lingerie in flesh and white; dainty lace- trimmed patterns and real hand-cmbroidcrcd designs. Tho prices begin at $1.50 nnd upward to $5.00 PETTICOATS $1.50 to $6.50 Thcso aro tho prettiest garments wo have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 5 February 1920

m. mm.st..m l - mt' .f-M nmSwrnESS "v v Mm mm v Salvation Army in Need of Clothing to Fill Rush Orders Tho local Salvation Army lo In constant noeil of old clothes for the poor and sick pcoplo of tho city. Mrs. O. A. Grlof wlfo ot Captain Grief ot tho Salvation Army otated Thursday morning that thoro Is a groat demand for old clothes both for grown peo- plo and for children. "So much FlckneM and poverty In many cases havo Increased the do mand for old clothes and very day wo havo calls that wo cannot tako caro of becauso wo Just haven't got tho olothes to glvo out." stated Mrs. Grief. Any ono In tho city with old cast off clothing may lcavo them with tho Salvation Army headquarters at tho old Bon Ton Stand on Hotlth First Street. Tho clothes which aro worth- less to you will fill a long folt need In many cases In tho city. Pennsylvania Crude Advance to $5 Will Bring Big Activity PITTSBUKGH Feb. 2 Tho advance 5n tho price of Pennsylvania crudo oil 10 $5 a bnrrol will result in tho wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1920

p(r" THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that oh. men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. " tt'the fiat? and Time re'' veals it bridal dawn of than- ' der'ftalswhenevet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 12 1920 Number 11 ALET- E. n. T. HS TIES OF THE PAST WEEK ENJOY SUNRISE BREAKFAST Those who have never been associated with a Christian college can not imagine what tills association means to those who love to worship Cod. The best idea that we can give you is to say that it is a con- tinual revival meeting in which we are ever being drawn closer to God by its sweet and soul-stirring meetings The week is full of good things for all those who enjoy the sweet associations of Chris- tian fellowship and prayer. Beginning with the Bible lesson on. Sunday morning then the eleven o'clock service folldwed by preaching in the morning and evening. Each Monday night the Young Men's meeting reminds us that there will be men of tomorr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1920

75he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by tho Students o( Ablleno Christian Colloge. Offlco Administration Building Room 6. Subscription Per Yoar. J1.G0 COLLEGE EXCHANGES. The Lariat. Tho Baylor Bears lost to Southwestern on Friday tho 31st. On the following Mon day and Tuesday nights they lost two "peppy" games to tho Pirates. Baylor University will have a new gym naslum soon. Wo can sympathize with tho "Bears" because wo aro handicapped Addresa .ill correspondence and rnako'. k of n rt-.io.n .o.i mic nn D Uli iuuuu; uiuuio yujuuiv tu au v - TIMIST at Abilene Texas. J. Vincent Slkcs Editor-in-Chief Uladys Arledgo. . . i ABBt. Editor Thornton Arledgo. . Business .Manager J. Warren Jackson Asst. Bus. Mgr. llorbort SlltoaAt. ...... .Jolto Editor SOPUOMOJIE STAFF FOR. WIS EDITION. Religious Editor .... Paul Witt Roy Lanier Athletics Shelby Smith Societies . Nanabel Estes Clubs Bcttyo Travis Personals .. . .....Erlcne Overby Jokes . Bonnie Deal College Exchanges Bernard Boone Chapel Report .......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1920

PERSONALS Subscribe for the Linesman. Jaunlta Lewis Is back again afterspcnd 'lng a few days with her parents. Mr. Russell Martin preached at South Side Church Sunday night. wo Mr. Fred Prlbhle was hero Thursday "visiting his sister Miss Katie Lou Gunter. Write and tell us if you can come for ' the lectures. I Misses Tress Hill and Ethel McLeod ' spend the week-end In Trent. Horace Wood has recovered from an at : tack of the "Flu." Herbert and IvA SIkes spcnL.tlio week end with home folks. '" You will miss a feast if you miss the week of. Dlt)1e lectures Mls" Lillian Neal of Eastland" spent Sunday with Blanch Gllbreath. '!! Miss Neva Strickland Is now living In Zellner I tall liesile Glen Hayes has gone home on account of the illness of her .parents. f. Mr. McCasland preached at Eastland Sunday1. Miss Ilia McCasland is back in school . after an attack of the "Flu." .-i Misses Alice Hamilton and Ruth . Fasnaugh went to Moron Friday night. Miss Jeffifl Rowsey Is attending school in A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 February 1920

r "4 " -. "WE SEE A REALLY GOOD PICTURE SlIOtF" Monday afternoon a crowd of about twelve girl were permitted .to see "Every Wbraan" at the Mission Theatre. Every boy and girl should have been thero and seen the heart-searching lesson that was presented to us. Every Woman starts out in Ufa in quest of love with youth Modesty and Deauty as her girl chums and with Conscience as her wand. She is loved by a young and successful physician whose name Is True Love. She spurns his love and causes the mother of tho physician to take a great In- terest in her. The mother's name was Truth. Every Woman searches for love In Wealth and Flattery and finds in them vllo companions. They change her so much that Modesty forsakes her and goes to Truth's home sick and disappointed In her friend. With such base companions Every Woman keeps late hours and causes Beauty to forsake her. Falling to find King Love she resorts to the gam- bling halls for money and love. There all her money is lost and she is le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1920

5CS355E5Z HM FRESHMAN EDITION THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on men 's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der ttalswhcnevet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 19 1920 Number 11. WILD CUTS DEFEAT The first game with Meridian Col- lege was played at MarMun Gym- nasium Simmons College at 4:30 p. m. Thursday afternoon and proved to he one of the fattest games of the season. The G)m was filled with students and every one had the pep and enthusiasm that It takes to win a game. The game started with each team pl-iyirig fast hall and it was hard to tell during the first eight min- utes what the result would he hut the silence was soon broken when Cotton threw a long field goal. This put new life in Loth teams each side playing their best. The first half ended with a score of 10 to 10. In the second half the Wild Cats came back with the determination to make a one-sid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1920

J5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by tho Students of Abllono Christian College. Otfico Administration Dulldlng Room 6. Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondences and mako nil Money Orders payable to THE OP- TIMIST at Abllono Toxnn. J Vincent Slkcs Editor-in-Chief Oladys ArleilRO Asst. Editor 'lliornton At ledgo... Business Manager J. Warren Jackson Asst. Bus. Mgr. (lorbert Slices Joko Editor FRESHMAN EDITORIAL STAFF. Editor Elmer Berry Ass't Editor Vera Roy Religious Wolfe Clubs . Connie Travis Exchanges Alta Mae Baker Personals . . Toonle Brown Jokes . Herbert Love Athletics Parish Black Special . . Every Body o iriStllNG VS. DESIRING. Do jou know how your friend can get anything he wants and you seem to have such ill luck? Don't )ou call that fellow lucky who gcncrully gets things to come is way Instead of having to go after them? - do and you do. You can not explain just how everything works so nicely for him at the same time seeming to do so naturally. Did you know tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1920

MBBIJj tii)HUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti New Creations of Beauty and Worth in Spring Hero solcction is easy satisfaction assured because of a wide range of styles to choose from in E every wanted leather and every correct shade and because of the assurance which is yours of the 5 quality behind these shoes. ' 5 NEW ONE-EYELET TIES Just received a "Chick Jr." oneeyclct Tic; brown calf leather; single E sole baby Louis covered heels ribbon bow. Newest style shown $13.50 E E BLACK SUEDE PUMP Scam in center of vamp "Gypsy" style made by Edwin C. Burt. A full S E run of sizes and widths $13.50 E S BLACK SUEDE ONE-EYELET TIE "Mary Garden" style; a new style and a perfect fitting model. E Snme style in Brown Suede $13.50 E TWO NEW NUMBERS IN MEN'S SHOES E Two new numbers just opened up in the most wanted styles and leathers for men: E S BROWN KID STAIGHT LAST One of the v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 19 February 1920

ataofegaunwi jriiifiiiiiitiutiM iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiiiii I Dainty Spring Skirts I Mill In Tiiimmim mi mil tiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiJiMiriiiiitiiiiuii jiijit iiiniiiiiif mi miiif T RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. As the day approaches for the beginning of the Bible lectures in the chapel the in- leicst of the school is growing and being manifested in many ways. Plans and preparations arc being made for the re- ception accommodation and entertain- ment of those who are coming from a dis- tance while the no less important prepa- rations for the reception of the lectures themseltes arc being carefully looked after by those who have the oversight of the church and school. This consists mainly in developing the proper attitude both to- wards God and towards our fellow men And the failure or success of the meeting depends upon its development. Our attitude towards God should be one of appreciation for all that He has done for us in the past and for all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 February 1920

' f -- THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on men 's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn oftJiun- derfitalswhenevet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 26 1920 Number 13 Annual Lecture Week Proving Gr.eat Success. . Many Tri Attendance The third annual bible Lecture Week of Abilene Christian College li In full swing. Visiting brethren and sisters from all over the State of Texas and from other States are here and are being fully repaid for anything their attendance may beeUj - Ing them. The students of the institution M 1 while under the necessity of attending - classes regularly and three lectures each day are enjoying Immensely the good things provided for them and for others. To give anything like a complete review of the lectures thus far would be impossi- ble. To say that all of them are good and that we are having our minds directed Into new and broader channels of tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 February 1920

T5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilcno Christian College. Office Administration Building Room 6. Subscription Per Year .$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payablo to THE OPTIMIST nt Abilene Texas. J. Vincent Sikes Editor-in-Chief Gladys Arlcdge Asst. Editor Thornton Arlcdge Bus. Manager J. Warren Jackson....Asst. Bus. Mgr. Herbert Sikes Joko Editor FOURTH YEAR ACADEMY CLASS 'EDITORIAL STAFF. Edltor-in Chief Wendell Bedichek -Assistant .Editor Georgia Itowscy Personals ...... .Jesse Mao Scwcll Jokes . ....... Annie Vie Myatt Art Dept. . Rubyo Pratt Fine Arts Recital Lorcna Sikes rfithletlcs . Murl McCasland Clubs . Phocbo Cooper Cartoonist ........ John Knox Special . .. ...Rubye Gist o WHY WE'RE HERE. To one hundred and fifty-eight college students and advanced academy students of Abilene Christian College questionaires were recently presented for the purpose of learning how they heard of this institu- tion and why they came here. Twenty-fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 February 1920

PERSONALS Mr. T. Ethcridgo It attending Bible Leo .turn Week. . ' '.' .'" f V Brother J. M. Rice of Altui Oklahoma Is one of our visitors. f' Dan Simpson an ex-student ia among our Lecture Week visitors. '"' Bro. G. W. Cypert of Merkel Is with lis today. Brother J. B. Nelson of Dallas ha ar- rived i to attend the 'lectures. ' We are sure that all our classmates are glad to see Fred Linn back In school. Brother' 'J. T. Kimhrell of Galveston is ' here for his annual Lecture Week visit. k Brothers Lindsey and Ivey of Stamford are also Lecture visitors. Ruth Jones has returned to school after a visit to her home at Winters. . Mr. Moore Lynn is visting us (?) dur- ing Lecture Week. ' Bro. R. C. Whlto of Coleman is also a Lecture Week visitor. Lorena Sikes is back in school after a tay at home nursing sick relatives. Brother Stanley of Itasca is a very wel- come visitor. ' Brother Mcllroy a student of T. C U. J visiting us attending our Bible lectures. Bro. A. 0. Colley of the Pearl and B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 26 February 1920

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidintiiltiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiimimniimiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiimiiiiiijL THE FRESHMAN'S VIENNA ROAST. U1 & New Spring Suits From New York's best stylo shops. Tho prettiest styles and newest materials. Just opened for your inspection. Prices $35.00 $10.00 up to $115.00 New Gage Hats Hats of known style merit and ex- clusive models. Let your new hat bo a "Gage." S7.50 up to $35.00 lumiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiimiimiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Y 203 AnSKNT WIIjLIE WISE This Is tho tale of WUllo "Wise who pompadoured his hair At Kolly pool beyond a doubt ho cor- talnly was there. He know tho latest dancing steps; at bridge ho was a shark. Ho wasn't very much by day but u wonder after dark. It mattered very llttlo what tho func- tion or affair Of Willlo Wlso It could bo said ho cer- tainly was there. Ho wob there with all tho lino of t...

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