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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 February 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday Fcliruury 4 1910 $.fr Vj fr f $ $ THE GREAT SALE If You Were Born In February And expect to have good luck you must wear an AMETHYST We have a nice assortment of Amethysts. Will set to your order. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE - a .;. ; ; & -.;.- -4-4-.-j. ..;..;. .. 4. .. 4. . 4 ). . . : COLLEGE BRIEFS Mrs. Abbott has gone to her moth- er who is very ill. Miss Inez Bettis spent Sunduy with friends iti town. Miss Ina Mue Hunt spent the week end with relatives in Goldthwaite. El Ma-Tc. You may not like this new drink t thut we are. selling but we know thut you will like the home made candies we ate cooking and the hot chocolates we make. Knneastcr's Kandy Kitchen. 0 Jokes. Of Nuslin Underwear at BRIN'S STORE l'rof. Taylor gave a very interest- ing talk in chapel Tuesday morning. Mr. Lancaster was standing on the side walk talking to three young la- dies when a boy came by and threw a little rubber snake at his feet. Tha ladies were not at all...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 February 1916

THE PRISM IWTKONIZK Pete Anderson's HAIMIICU SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11 1916 No. 21 KODAK DEVELOPING PRINTINGENLARGING Particular Effort T.k.n 10 j-t the Very But Rriulti TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO THEODORIC SOCIETY WINNER OF ROGERS CUP IN MIDWINTER DEBATE Glynn Brooks Awarded Debate Medal Given by O. L. Bodenhamer. The Inter Society Debute held in the College Chapel Februury 4 resulted in victory for Messrs. Glynn Brooks and Jim Matlock of the Thcodoric So- ciety who defended the negative side of the question: Resolved That The United States Should Substantially In- e ease Her Army and Navy. The Itodenliamer Debate Modal went to Mr. Brooks. The aflirmative side was de- fended by Messrs. C. E. Lancaster und Archie Taylor of the Philo-Philean Society. There is always an abundance of society spirit manifested at such con- tests but this time both societies seemed to have surpassed themselves. The right and left sections of the chapel were literally crowded with members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 February 1916

Pant Two THE PRISM Friday February 11 1916 THE PRISM l'ulilis-licil every Friday by the Stu- dents of Huwiiid I'uync College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood us Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year i&' STAFF ('. E. Lancaster O'jee Muedgcn Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Neal Frank Weeden Wilbur Duke . - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor Business Mgr. The last two basket ball games with Daniel Baker has clearly revealed the intense rivalry that exists between the two schools. That it is enough no one would doubt. It is more than should be. We have yet to see that a defeat of one local team by the other is more disgraceful than to be defeated by other teams. The feeling in each school however is about the same and hold a defeat from the other as being the worst defeat of all. At a stall' meeting Tuesday togeth- er with the pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 February 1916

Friday February 11 1916 THE PRISM Page Three ..;... ii.j.t i ; n.. fr $ -.j.-.$ f We take pleasure in Announcing the opening of our Exclusive Men s Store CN BAKER STREET Everything New and Fresh from the Style Shops of the East Pay usa visit You'll be glad Looney's Men's Store W. A. ROBERTSON Manager. two aie ulteiwaids. These are the weapons on which he luns and also dctends himself by oxtending those in the tear in a paiallel dhection tosvaid tin- foe. Hut this In- does only when in a vexatious mood. His fooding is Ki'iicially gi asses and mains. He is ul.so useful to take on the back a man oi woman lib well ab some caigo. He has power to mil as fast as he could. He has got no sleep at night time but ulwajs .standing awaken. Also there niu hoi .sus of .slioit sizes. They do the same as the otlieis aie generally doing 'lheio is no animal like the hoi so. No Miunci they see their guar- dian or master they always crying for fooding but it is always at the morn- ing time. They have go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 11 February 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday February 11 1916 ..;. ..;..;- -.j. ;- .;;; ''I' ! 4- THEGREATSALE If You Were Born In February And expect to have good luck you must wear an AMETHYST We have a nice assortment of Amethysts. Will set to your order. t ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE j Very Near. Two lribhmcn were discussing tun death of a friend. Said Mulachi: "Sure Dolan was a good fellow." "Ho was that" assented Mike. "A good fellow Dolan." "And a chreiful man was Dolan" continued Malachi. "A cheerful man was Dolan the cheerfulest I ever knew" echoed Mike. "Dolan was a ginerous man too" said Malachi. "Ginerous did ye say Well I Seeking Expert Opinion. A Chicago business man with many relatives some of whom were well-to-1 do but grasping recently sought the services of his lawyer to draw up his will. When after much labor the doc- ument was completed the client ask- od: "Have you fixed this thing us I wished it tight and stiong?" "I have done my best" said the law- yer. "Well" cont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 February 1916

THE PRISM KODAK DKVKLOPING PRINTING-ENLARGING Pittictilit Etforit T.k.n to fi ht Very Bl Rtmltl TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO PATIIOMZti Fete Anderson's ItAHULR SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 1916 No. 23 SCHEDULE OF EXAMINA- TIONS FORWINTER TERM February 29-March 3 1916. Tuesday 9:00 A. M. Bible 2. English 5. English B. Greek E. Mathematics E. Philosophy E. Tuesday 1:00 P. M. English 8. English K. History 5. Latin E. Mathematics C. Wednesday 9:00 A. M. Education H. English 2. German 2. Latin 2. Mathematics B. Physics 2. Political Science E. Beading U. S .History. Wednesday 1:00 P. M. Arithmetic. English E. History B. Latin 5. Mathematics 2. Physics B. Thursday 9:00 A. M. Bible B. Geography. German 8. History E. Latin 8. Mathematics F. Thursday 1:00 P. M. Chemistry B. ChemiBtry H. French B. German 0. History G. Philosophy B. Spelling and Grammar. Friday 9:00 A. M. Bible E. Biology B. Education I. Mathematics 6. Mathematics H. Physiology. Spanish B. Friday 1:00 P. M. Business...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 February 1916

Page Two THE ritISM Friday Febitiary 18 lDlfi t THE PRISM Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Ofllce at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price $1.00 per year - "''Cjt- STAFF C. E. Lancaster C3ee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. It. White Ethel Neul Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor - Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor Business Mgr. The Prism stall" in its search for a plan that would interest more of the students to the extent that they would write articles for publication decided upon that of the four classes editing The Prism for the next four weeks. Feeling that a standard should be set for these four issues they de- cided that they could do no better than to ask their old standby the Freshman Class to take charge of this issue of The Prism. We the Class appreciating the trust placed in us by the staff p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 February 1916

Friday February 18 1016 THK 1MMSM Page Three v t ;--;; ;-:';'.:.:.;.:':--::: ::; Announcing The Arrival Of New Spring Goods Including- Ladies Coat Suits and Dresses Beau- tiful New Silks Ladies Silk Under- ware Ladies Waist and Skirts New Fancy Silk Hosiery. Complete line of Muslin Underware. Dainty New Laces and Embroideries. All the New things in Spring Slippers and many other New things. i ! Yi Visit Our Store and Let Us Show You These New Goods. J. W. JENNINGS T I Freshman Ideals. We aie versed in Greek and Latin We can quote from sages wise; We have studied many poets and in college won a prize For scientific knowledge we must take some more degrees. But no matter what the subject we discuss it with all ease. Y We are fond of famous paintings and ;' we like all thoughtful books; And with all our other culture wo arc . also splendid cooks. : ? We usnire to things most noble T We must scale the alpine heights; I. For we watch the Sophs the Juniors Big Dandy Bread i "d the seniors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 18 February 1916

Friday Febiuary 18 1916 BE ON TIME A Large Shipment THE PRISM If your watcli or cluck docs not keep correct time bring it to us. We will repair it and make it keep accurate time at a reasonable price. New clocks from $1.00 up. WATCHES AT ALL PRICES. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY THE GIFT STORE v t ? 1 of COLLEGE BRIEFS Miss Inez Bcttis spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr. und Mrs. -. M. Uctlis at Muy. Miss Leah Wukhoii will not be in school until the first of next term on the account of her health. Misses Krixcl and dinner Sunday with Moore. Shelton took Miss Lucile Miss 1'carl Weedon was the guest of Miss Carrie Wilson at the dormi- tory Sunday. We are glad to report Mae Hunt who has been much better. Miss Ina eal sick ' ' I Mr. Lemberg of Mason visited his daughters Misses Hilda and Alice this week. The students recital given Friday night of last week was a success in every respect. The auditorium was well filled. Pastor Ashmorr of the Christian Church conducted the chapel e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 25 February 1916

KODAK ii:vi:i.(H'i(. PKINIINCr KNLAKfilNr. Pjnicjlar KtTi.rt T&ltcn to ft tlif Vfr Bfit Retail TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO iwi'konizi: ru Anderson Sr H.itHt:it Niioi Volume 15 BROWXWOOI) TEXAS FRIDAY FKHRl'ARY 2S 1H1H No. 2(i THE PRISM SOPHOMORE PICNIC A GREAT SUCCESS In the first place it was St. Valen- tine's Day which thing muilo the pic- nic all the more enjoyable. The oc- casion was well suited to those who went that is the sophomores who were young and foolish and the Sen- iors who were staid and dignified. While the crowd was waiting for the chaperones three seniors had a bicyc- le race. Tom King being the victor gave a grand stand ride down the front steps without breaking his neck. At last all were oil' for the beauti- ful pecan Bayou. Walk? Why of course. Such folks as us weie not risking such blow outs as attended the imprudent Juniors. Why were we made stalwart and strong if not to use our hiking abilities? When oui destination was reached everyone be- gan thinking up a pose...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 25 February 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday February 25 l!)t(i I THE PRISM Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Hownrd Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster Osee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp VVillard Taylor VV. R. White Ethel Neal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor j V. W. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor - - Athletics I Social Editor Exchange Editor Business Mgr. black piccaninny of just about young Ty's size look? longingly on while thy hero continues his antics. Then too several small boys have been seen playing mnrblos. Even the book-wormisli student has evidences of the approach of spiing. He hears fellow students discussing ' those who are "trying for team." He sees it when his "Virgil" i'- uncon- sciously closed while lie listen to tin souk of a robin he feels it when he I catches himself nodding over Shakes- ' peare he sees it again in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 25 February 1916

Friday February 25 t!)1(! THK PRISM PiiKe 'I'll run A PICNIC HADE THE LAST GAME MORE IN- TERESTING TO D. B. C. (Continued From I'ae One) Most of thu Yellow Jackets hud been on a picnic that inorniny; and therefore were not in the best .ihupe to combat with their strong op)onents who evi- dently mistook the game for a wrest- ling; match. There was little or no teuni work and it was very dillieult for our boys to throw goal with the big Hill Hilly center hanging; on both their urms. However the game was very interesting and especially to I). 11. C. for they thought thut possibly once in the life of their team they had a chance to win. The final score was l!J for H. 1'. C. and '.) for 1). 11. C. Xow that the basket bull season is over and as we never lost an intercol- legiate game it is due the men thut The I'rism give a little account ol each man that received his letter this year. First we will take Captain Alexan- der he made a good captain always out to practice and a hard working ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 25 February 1916

Pajfo I'mtv THK PRISM Friday FMnunry 25 1!)U! . -. ' j jj ? j. j. .! - BE ON TIME A Large Shipment 4MrKI)f(iM l.AJJtvllA If your watch Or clock Jots not keep correct time bring it to us. We .;. y ill repair it and make it keep accurate time at a reasonable price. New clocks from $1.00 up. WATCHES AT ALL PRICES. j ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY t THE GIFT STORE j. of COLLEGE BRIEFS Miss .Minnie Hull Slielton puiil a shoit visit to her home town Sunday and .Monday. Miss Myrtle Hulk's father uud mother uic visiting her this week i'lom Rochelle. Miss Leah Wagnon hat. returned to the institution after several weeks of absence and we arc gUid to have you back Wujf. Sunday was caller's alternoon at the dormitory it is needless to say every chair and bench was taken. Miss 1'carl Mitchell's sistei visited her Sunday. The Annual Inter-Scholastic Track Meet under the auspices of the Daniel Baker Athletic Association will be held at Howard Payne park. Mr. Willurd Wooden paid a short visit to Urownwo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 March 1916

THE PRISM iwtkonizi: 1010 AndorHon's li.VKIIKK SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 3 1910 No. 27 KODAK ii:T.ioi'i.; t'KIN riNGENLAKGING Particular Etiorti Ttken tu f-1 the Very Bct Kctulti TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO JAPANESE OPERETTA A GREAT SDCCESS Large Audience Pleased by Artistic Performance. "The Japanese Girl" an Operetta in two acts given in the college chapel February 25 was a decided success. The stage was beautifully arranged to represent the porch of a Japanese house all covered with white crysan- theinuins and surrounded by cherry trees laden with pink blossoms. The girls looked like veritable Japs in their bright colored kimonas and while some lacked the "raven tresses" characteristic of the true Japanese this deficiency was overcome by the abundance of chiysantheinums and cherry blossoms always thought of in connection with girls of this fur away land. All the parts were filled well and in a way to reflect credit upon Miss Sims the director of expression students and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 March 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday March :: 101(1 THE PRISM Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Kntcred at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Cluss Mail Matter. Subscription Price $1.00 per year a'SSSJ STAFF C. K. Lancaster - - 03oe Mucdgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. R. White Kthol Ncal Elmer Watson Wilbur Duke - Military drill is being introduced at Rice Institute. This is one of the very best forms of physical education and as soon as gos'oinment aid is se- cured the training will be on an even more linn basis. C. 1. A. is the only school in Texas that has a course in playground direct- ion. The class recently held a field meet in which the potato race high and broad jumps fifty yard dash and the wheel-barrow race featured. Last Tuesday morning Mr. K. Taka- da connected with the Crawford- (iosho Cotton Co. of this city present- ed ten dollars to the Co-operative League of the College in appreciation of the Japanese Opcrcttu staged last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 March 1916

Friday Mtuch .1 191(i THE PRISM Page Three 4 ! i i .t. 4. t 5 : !-2-2"2--2--224'i"2'JJ"2 ;.-.. ......... ! We Announce a Full and Com- plete Display of New Spring Ap- parel and Millinery In the Most Worthy Sty- les and Designs. You will find here the Beautiful and ap- propriate in Wear- ing Apparel and Mil- linery. New Wool Goods Wash Fabrics and Trimmings. VISIT US OFTEN R. 6. ROGERS i I: ; . ; ; - j ; ;; -; j-j-jj !! CITIZENS DRAY LINE Figure Your Lumber Bill with H. H. HARDIN STEVE WHITE Up-To-Date Shoe Maker REPAIRING A SPECIALTY I .;......j..;..:.-.;.2--2--'S- "HOW TO STUDY." j Hunter-Smith Grocery Company Appreciates Your Business. We Deliver The Goods PHONES NO. 485-466 Dry Cleaned Pressed und Pressed Only 2 Piece Suit 50c 25c Pants 25c 15c Ladies Skirt 75c 50c Skirts 50c 25c We will call for and deliver. Phone 378. G. EIIMAX Merchant Tailor. 307 Brown St. The following is taken fiom "School Science and Mathematics:" The HABITS OF STUDY formed in school arc of as great import...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 March 1916

Page Four THE TRISM Friday March V lf)l5 --- -- - ' The Robertson Dry Goods Company Offers SPRING MERCHANDISE for the First Time TUESDAY MARCH 7th Exquisite Tailleur Suits Dresses for all Occa- sions Men's Clothing and Furnishings. Ev- erything Brand New Just From the Markets. THE PRICES WILL BE A PLEASANT SURPRISE We cater especially to the College trade-Goods Delivered Everywhere Free of Charge. A Large Shipmem of II Tennis Slippers Received at BRIN'S Large Variety Small Prices. COLLEGE BRIEFS itt.acti.iK center of U.ownwood l-Yi- COGGIN NATIONAL BANK day evening March :i. Their business Aonrcciatcs vottr Business COGGIN NATIONAL BANK is to render another number of the ljuito a number of the Howard well-worth-while Lyceum Course. Payne teache.s and students huve re- cently enlisted in the American "War The "Japanese Operetta Girls" with 4.4..:..:..;..:.-.:.. Forces." Some have joined the "Ar-i a co. responding number of accompa- ';' CTTF my" others the "Navy." You will nying guest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 March 1916

THE patkomzi: IVU Anderson's ItAIHtlllf SIMM' I'KINIINC. I M.Aur.INC I'jrniMH.ir l.tlorii taken in I'- ll. V.n II.m Hi.il TAYI.OH BKOS.srUDIO kodak ii:::um'i.m. PRISm Volume 13 Y. W. C. A. PROGRAM FOR WEDXESDAr RA&CH 22 Through Frcshui n'- Spectacles. 1. S.m ' The Fight is On. 2. Scripture 1 r. 1". :!. The Disappointing Features of College Mfc. Inez. Ileitis. 1. Features al Variance With Meals.- Myra Dai iron. 3. Things Rest I. iked Pearl Davis (i. Special Music- i'earle Wcodon. 7. Their Part in I Sii titri tij-r it tn 'I heir Ideal. Lueile Tan ant. o SPKCIAI. PROHIiUTION SKRV1CK The Chape1 exercises on Thursday were under the supervision (if Mr. Wini hiouner . A'lcr tin- leading nf the bcrip'.ure and a fi..v remarks he nad a ve.-y interesting article on the way prohibition worlds in Seattle. Mr. Deal then delivered to the student body his oration winch hr i to give in 1'ie state eonte.se to be held at Waxah- aehie April (ith. Ti.e oration was well delivered and enjoyed by all. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 March 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday Murch 17 1910 THE PRISM Published tvury Friday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Ollico at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price $1.00 per year STAFF C. E. Lancaster Osee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor V. It. White Ethel Xeal Elinor Wat. miii Wilbur Duke . - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor V. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Social Editor K.chunge Editor Busine.ss Mgr. The clash editors of The Prism at least aroused interest anions the stu- dents whether they contr'buted to col- lege journalism or not. Since each of the classes felt it their mission to cor- rect all the defects in school from the faculty to the way students conduct themselves on the campus we shall not attempt to reply to anything that has been said. Just why a stall- that serves only one week feels called upon to make strong in every particular the piesent regime is hard to tell. We ad- mit ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 17 March 1916

Friday March 17 1!)1( TlIK I'llISM Page Three An Ideal Place ile I Mawtirmwuuimi.M.i j i.j l...im..M-i.rf.l l(. ! inc under stiaggling ii f. m-c. ; ii no.- lie had shown h's adi.dialion for '' escaping th p dcisp H'liuliiii .- :i!. : y.- hcv. : Keeping her eyes 01 ihc rising -. i"i - .isl tlu jjmMV ;l.0 ; tlo . .;. .'or guidance. At l.ut .s1 ;.. i i!r.liug over that s'.o had con e on .! -ight of a mi-ei ..!)! I u. 1 it . 0W1 a..1 !lll( Ali(. isiK to . looked I1U0 s....e oltiv . band. . ' i the lad o.- Ii .- i mhaiassmunt j i..irn--. i.riii.-p.it.ii.i. .a-! .t -.urn-.. ..1 also I emenibei in- he land ladv ;' occupied il. perh.ipr Indian;. All! ; llot ow ( v here-abouts foil as il cuo uiv Heading on d. n- t;ii led a note to .Jiinmj ..ving "Take i gerous gloiiuds and would h.i' tU(l .. ... . .. . ... wii.- hi .hi.? .juiiiii ni-t.-. mil- 1 1 1 4 i V Why not buy all your goods here? And your wearables too? THE HOME OF STANDARD MERCHANDISE Dress Goods Trimmings Ready-to-Wear and Men's Goo...

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