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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Ty j Elizabeth Baidwin Literary Society enjoyed a iove!y musical program Monday and Miss Mary Louise Howze gaveamost interesting taik on Amer- ican patriotic songs. Miss Louise Moore gave a most delightful rendi- tion of Rachmaninoff's "Freiude," and Miss Miidred Dargan beautifuiiy sang representative iove songs of America, Scotiand, Ireland, Spain, Germany and Engiand, accompanied by Miss Dorothy Porter. The Coiiege Woman's Club enter- tained last Saturday at 1 o'clock the visiting college girls who were in town as representatives to College Week—an annual event for high school girls sponsored by the Y. W. C. A. The entertainment took the form of a luncheon at Autry House which was most enjoyable to all. Several clever toasts were made with Miss Hattie Mathee of the College Wom- an's Club presiding. Guests included, besides the mem- bers of the club, the visitors, members of the Rice club and members of the Rice Y. W. C. A. cabinet. A special service ...

Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 5 May 1922

c* s ^ _-^; ,,^S# SUMMER CLOTHES That Embodying Real Style We Have a Beautiful Showing of Gabardines Tropieab Mohairs Palm Beadhat Seersuckers We Invite Your Inspection THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS AGGIE WEMHT MEN THE CAUSE OF REAL DEFEAT IN TRACK —*— (Continued from Page l.) 7a//orin<7 618 Main mi Here's (Good Aduice; ^ w O B. K. << Co. Invest In Good Appearance" This is the best advice that can be given to the young man who is climbing the iadder of success. Hood appearance has a !ot to do with success; in fact it is a prime requisite. Kuppenheimer Clothes afford the best of style—the acme of dress. Our dothes prices— $25 Mp LEOPOLD 6 PRICE The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes nmtmmmmmmmimmmmmmmi 419 Main Street Af tSM'eeney \y Our Forty- Seventh Year SWEENEY'S is a bin friendty store that so- licits your patronage. Have you ever thought of opening an account with us? The mat- ter can be arranged under the conditions usually governing such cases. We shall be very gtaii to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 May 1922

:<:A^ VOLUME HI RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 12, 1922 NUMBER 26 QUEEN THE MAY WAS TRIUMPHANTLY CROWNED AT R!CE PAGEANT WAS A PICTURESQUE PROCESSION Series of Dances and May Pole Fantasy Held Be- fore the Court. . The Queen of the May of 1922 was crowned triumphantly in a pageant which embodied all the colorful pic- turesqueness of royalty and romance, held on the campus Tuesday after- noon, May 9. Despite postponement after postponement, due to inclement weather, the fete Anally took place, and its success was genuine. The crowning of the queen was pre- ceded by a courtly procession of maids of honor, dukes and duchesses, prin- cesseB, crown bearer and heralds. Then came a series of dances, ending with the Maypole dance; and as the royal procession wended its way back from the throne room, across the grass, the crowd gradually dispersed and the fete was done. Two heralds, George Kidd and James Collier, lustily blowing trump- ets, led the march to the throne, closely follow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 May 1922

T H E T H R E8H E R :: H 0 U STO N.TEX A B THE THRESHER A sseeltty nw"*t'*]nr ;<ub!i*h*d by tha *tu- hm<«f)iie' ]mtitut<f<tHm)*t<!n. T*M). HntTtd a* a*c"nd}cla * matter OetabwfW. ttttH. at the poatofHw tn H«mtoa. Tax<n. un- der tha act af March t.tiiTH 8ubacrtptien Rataa M.M par Year, ttk par Copy Thraa!<ar OMee—Roam tM A. B THRESHER STAFF tM !! A. D. Hatjar, *M Editor-in-Chief ^aita Henry, Jr.. 'M Haatneaa Manatter C. L. Outton. -M Aaa't Buainaaa Manater H. S. Hickfurd. M!:< Managing Editor Editariat Oapartmant Fanny Btack. 'M AeaoehtegggPf W. M. Darting. '23 ^fewaEdtor Margaret Miacttwett. 22 Aaa't Nawa Editor Hufurd Goodwin. '23 JSpmrtag^Mf -tannic Lec Olit.hint. '23 SoctatyEd tor Haze] Cannan. '3ti ,, Ed McCottouKh. '24 Feature Ed tor K. E. Warn, '23 Exchange Ed tor tUMcH Hurtty. '21 Ex-Stude Editor Bnainaaa Department t).<nWn)kcr. '23 Circutation Manager M. N. Aitkcn. '23 Adverting Harry C«ne<and. '23 Advertising Reporter* A!ma Davidson J.!,. Moore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON,TEXAS A boat ride to Sylvan Beach was conducted Thursday under the aus- pices of the St. Paul's Biee class and patrons of the class. A fuH day at the beach resort was enjoyed. Mrs. Heatherington of Galveston, formerly Miss Esther Thomas, was a visitor at Bice this week. Mrs. Heath- erington attended Bice during her Freshman and Sophomore years. A wedding of much interest to Bice students was that taking place on May 1st at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norvell when Miss Helen Nor- vell was married to Mark Antony Gray of Houston. The wedding was a simple affair, limited to the family and close friends. After a short visit to Dallas and other points in Texas, the couple will be at home in Houston. Miss Norveil attended Bice in 1918. B An interesting event on the social calendar for tomorrow will be the boat ride given by the Bice Class of the First Methodist Church. The boat leaves Harrisburg at 5:00 P. M., and will make the return trip by moonlight. Much inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 12 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS OUR LETTER COLUMN To The Thresher: !t was my pleasure to tisten to a speech delivered by one of my class- mates at a recent meeting of Engi- neering Seminar which might possibly interest others. It is the purpose of this Seminar course to aid the En- gineer in becoming a speaker who can taik in a rationa! manner before an audience that is highiy critical. The resutts obtained in this manner are sometimes quite surprising. Possibly one of the. best lectures given was by Mr. Jason Humber, one of this year's f . E. graduates. The probtem of training the Engi- neer for Industrial and Social services is receiving more and more attention from the prominent educators of the worid. Engineering practice grew up from the constructive arts as applied to materiats; it later adopted the methods of science and devetoped enormously aiong these iines in the past half century, but it has been gen- eratty timited to niechanica] or chemi- achievements. Men receiving fmni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 May 1922

. r * ' J'' <h^AJ L ,,, : - 'if VOLUME vn RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 19,1922. NUMBER 27 Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE TO STUDENTS Funds on Pledges Do Not Quite Attain Goal Desired Following la a report of receipts and expenditures since the spring Y. M. C. A. campaign, showing condition oi the organT&ati&n on change of of- Hcers made by recent eiection. The re- port as submitted by outgoing Treas- urer Ben H. Duggan is a copy of the one furnished the auditor of the Y. M. C. A. books. The report shows that cash receiv- ed from genera! subscriptions and from the campaign pledges was $273.50. Together with the cash on hand at the outset of the campaign, the total reaches $286.04. Expendi- tures have been $172.86, leaving a treasury balance of $113.18. The spring campaign goal of $676 was not sustained, but $510 in pledges was received. Of this amount, $236.50 remains unpaid. Pledges were ris- tributed as follows: Dormitory students $305.50 Faculty 86....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 May 1922

T HB T Hit B SHBJt :: H 0 B8T OM. T BIAS THE THRESHER <M*!WtY**!t*Pw0w - THMMBR §TA#y MM MKwM BsewtaMat "nS&w.U. M .AM't Nw dvtn. M Sportt oK^int. M . -. - oug^. K. VMO. 'M RaMHo Hurtw. 'M — Ex-Stud. BMtMM Bw^tSMHt Don Wsikor. Ctrcu^tton MMMW M. N. Aitken. 'Z! -4S^*Hi*{"' Htrry Copat^nd. 'BS AdvMtMng R*port<r' Atm* D-vMaon J. L. Moore J. K. Swtnford W. H. Winn Frederick Robert* Mtrvin Htrach BiU 8imp<on A RECEIVED LETTER. The following few paragraphs were sent to the editor of The Thresher through the mail, signed only with a fictitious name lettered out on the typewriter. The article is a good dis- cussion of a very important and time- ly problem and is worthy of a position in the editorial columns of The Thresher. The writer need not have covered his identity so closely, for the article is well written—in fact The Thresher staff should be pleased to count the writer in its numbers. "I wish to submit the following let- ter for publication in a future issue of The Thres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS Les Hiboux is planning a picnic for the near future—the date not having been announced a* yet. —R Miss Maude Michaux, a graduate of the ciass of '17, was elected presi- dent of the Coiiege Women's C!ub of Houston recently. B The Blue Mood Ciub entertained with a smait dance for ciub members at the home of Miss Tannie Lee Oli- phant on iast Tuesday. An interesting event of next Mon- day wiii be the Samurai boat ride to Syivan Beach. About thirty-Rve cgu- pies wiii enjoy the hospitality. BHDMTE MEMOS A press notice: "Hug me tight." "Distance," says our siime, "is very apt to make the heart grow fonder— for someone eise." Life consists of disiiiusions. We have just been informed that there is not a single red-headed angei in Heaven. Palmer Melton pitched a game of ball at New Wiliard Sunday iast, win- ning the game by a score of 21 to 1. After the game he was the guest of Frank Gerlach, former Rice student and athiete. A party enjoying the pleasures of Sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 19 May 1922

THE THBBSHEB HO UST ON.THXAS FIVB RECORDS RROREN INB#UTHWBSTEBN CONFERENCE CLASSIC (Continued from Pw 1.) eeeond; Sapp, Teaaa V., third; Miller, Taw A. A M., fourth. Time 36 eeeonde. Pol# vault—Won by De Prato, Rice; MeCollough, Tew A. A M., eeeond; Reaeley, Tex** A. & M., and Stewart, 3. M. U., tied for third. Height, U feet, 6 Inehee. Dlacue throw—Won by Keen, Texaa A. A M.; Dinwiddle, Texaa A. & M., second; Alexander, Bice, third: Mc- Donald, Oklahoma A. & M., fourth. Distance 188 9-10 feet, new record. 220-yard dash — Won by Stinnett, Texas U.; Lincoln, S. M. U., second; Goss, Rice, third; Smith, Texas A. & M., fourth. Time 22 4-5 seconds. High jump—Picke!, Arkansas, and Crow, S. M. U., timed for Hrst; Alex- ander, Rice, and Sanders, Texas A. & M., tied for third and fourth. Height, 5 feet, 10 inches. Two-miie run—Won by Trout, Tex- as U.; W. D. Finney, Oklahoma A. & M., fourth. Time, 10 minutes, 4 3-5 seconds, new record. Javelin throw .— Won by Dietrick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 May 1922

' ; .y., h-f; 'j VOLUME VH RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 26, 1932. NUMBER 28 THE RICE OWL MAGAZINE READY FOR PUBLICATION OPENtNG NUMBER OF SERIES Edited by Dud!ey South and Brittain Payne—Many Features or Great Interest. This week will witness the issu- ance uf "The Rice Owi," ftrst of what it is hoped will be a series of Rice literary magazines. Associate Edit- ors Dudley South and Brittain Payne announce that the magazine is in the forms and ready for publication. The magazine, though small in size, will contain sixty pages. Contents include a foreword by Mr. Stockton Axson; articles by President Lov- ett, Dr. Slaughter, Bert Rule of the Houston Chamber of Com- merce; a play by Miss Margaret Blackwell and short story by Kenneth T. Rowe (both prize-winners); and miscellaneous contributions. Copies will be placed on sale at 25 cents each. Orders for hundreds of copiep have already been made by downtown clubs. The magazine is announced as strictly representative of the Rice un-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 May 1922

40 THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXAS THE THRESHER A w*Hy n*ww*p*r puMMud th* ^u- a of Rho In*titut* *t Houiton. Toxat. Eatm^d M oooond *t*M m*tt*r Oatohw M. MM. )H th* po.toH^. tn Homtan. T^ta*. an- d*r tb* Mt a! March <. MW. M M p*r Y«y. to# p.r Copy Thf*hw OM**—B*** M4 A. B. THRMHUR 8TAFF 1MM A. D. Bttj.r. '!! ..Edttor-tn-0M*t ak? n5w. Jr.. !Z .........Bu*tn-* Mana..r C. L. Dutton. -:i AM t Bu*tn*<* M<ww.r R. 8. Bioktord. '!! M*n*zinK Edttor Zdttort*) Dwrtmm* Fanny Black. M - A**oct.t* Editor W. M Dorttng, '!! Newt Editor Margaret BtackweU. '3Z Aaa'tNewagdttor Buford Goodwin, .Bport. Editor Tannie Lee Oiiphint. '28 Soyt^r Editor Haaet Cannan, Z6 Hoote Editor Ed McCoMough. '24 ..Feature Editor R. E. Warn. '23 Exchange Editor Roaeiie Huriey. '21 Ex-Stude Editor Bnainew Department Don Waiiter, M Circniation Manager M. N. Aitken. '29 Advert tang Harry Copeiand. '23 Advertieing Reportera Aima Davidson J. L. Moore J. K. Swinford W. H. Winn Frederick Roberta Marvin Hirach Biti Simp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON.MXA <*r Sigma Beta announces the pledging of Miaa Mary Fuller. Miss Pender Turnbuii is contem- plating a trip to the Western States during the summer. R Instead of the reguiar meeting of the E. B. L. S. iast Tuesday, the mem- bers of the society enjoyed a most deiightfu! picnic in Herman park. P. A. L. S. wiH present a piay at their meeting on next Tuesday. The meeting wiH be an open one and a cordiai invitation is extended to aii. Miss Katherine Dabney, the nation- al Held secretary for the Giri Scouts, addressed the young women of the Institute at 12:30 at the Autry House Wednesday. Miss Eleanor Taylor and Jessie B. Hutts were elected to represent the Y. W. C. A. at the Rocky Mountain conference in Estes Park, Colorado, during August. Miss Florence Nicholas and Henry O. Nicholas will sail on Saturday, June 10, for New York and after a few days spent there wiH go to their home in Cteveland, Ohio. The May meeting of the Houston Rice Club consisted of a mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 26 May 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX AS CbCB DISBANDED IN THE INTEREST OF RICE. (Continued from Page 1.) dMnteyrating then the Idler* are the only once that decline enlistment in thia cruaade. Of course, they are aamewhat "gtiped" at the results of the election and have Hrmly resolved to fight the ingoing administration in every conceivable manner, yet I firm- ly believe that after they hear of the voluntary action of the Toilers that they will have seen the light and will be only too willing to co-operate and assist all factors in placing Rice above everything else. "It has been my privilege to learn that strife has been carried out on the athletic Held and even into the clois- ters of the university. Pressure, di- rect and indirect, has been brought to bear on the coaches of our teams and members of a certain organiza- tion had the supreme audacity to try and dissuade members of the faculty from assisting the editors of the un- biased magazine that is now in the process of being published...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

P. , ,, ^,r'-'a-a h a VOLUME vm RICE INSTITUTE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922 NUMBER 1 HOUSTON OFFICIALS EXTEND GREETINGS TO RICE STUDENTS EXPRESS PR!DE TAKEN IN BICE AS INSTITUTION Mayor Holcombe and Presi- dent of C. of C. DeMver Welcome Messages. Houston has aiready swunz in tine beMnd Rice Institute. Her mayor, and the president of her Chamber of Commerce, have issued words of greeting to students, and expressions of pride in the institu- tion. "I'm stii! backing you," deeiares Mayor Hoicombe. "I can promise you absoiute co-operation frpm the Chamber in any constructive work you may undertake," says Mr. W. A. Wiison. Another greeting, an official word of welcome, a verbal handshake with a smile—such is the message to Rice students from Oscar F. Holcombe, mayor of Houston. The mayor is a young man. That brings him closer to Rice. Himself a university graduate he is able to know and sympathize with college men and women. Mayor Holcombe recognizes Rice as a part of the city an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

2 THE.THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEX A 8 TWENTY-NINE "R" WARRIORS GET AWARDS Annual Banquet Held Year at San Jacinto Inn. Good Time. The "R" banquet of 1922 was held at San Jacinto inn, Saturday, June 3, with 29 athletic stars receiving awards. Nine first-year emblems were distributed, white thirteen Seniors were presented with gold emblems signifying the conclusion of their ath- ietic careers. LeRoy He)t of Houston was eiected president of the "R" Association for the coming year, and M. H. Alexander secretary-treasurer. The executive committee wii) consist of A. R. Ken- nedy. J. H. Hughes and F. W. Ooss. 'flic letter menJiad their usual jolly time, interspersed with moments of seriousness. The fact that so many of them wen- to meet together for the )as< time eH'ccted:i slight depression tt times, but gloom was nut allowed to Itnniiuitehmg. "Tex" Huyless of Houston, veteran booster of Mice teams, led the way for th<- speakers, confirming the abiding ));tercst of Houston men in the f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HOUSTON, TEXA *ry j Rice students will be glad to hear of the return to Rice of Mias Edina Hogan, who has recently obtained a B. A. degree from the University of Texaa and plans to take up poat-grad- uate work at Rice thia year. Mias Virginia Attweii spent the summer in Vermont where she was a counselor at Camp Quiniheck on Lake Fairiee. She is pianning to resume her work in art at Rice this fa!i. Mr. Charies Emmett Eiiot, who has been taking a specia! course at the University of Texas this summer, wiil return to Riee. We regret the fact that Professors Swanson and Nicholas wiit not re- turn to Rice this year. Mr. Swan- son wii! be working on his Ph. D. at the University of Chicago, white Mr. Nichoias wiil be at Yale. Mr. Will Craig from Harvard will take up "Nick's" work at Rice. Miss Mildred Dargan will not re- turn to Rice but will be a student at C. L A. Miss Alice Gray Sears spent the summer visiting points of interest in Colorado. Misses Ellen Farrar, Sydney Sw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

THE THRESHER A wetHy new<p*per pubHnhed by the dents of Rtco tMtitute Hotwtoa, TwM. ntu. Entered )m nemnd atom m<ttt<w October H. tC!6. ot the [XMtomee in Hou'tan. Tnum. un- der the act of March 8. M7B. SntmrtpMon Rate* per Year. !«e per Copy Thrmher OHtce—Room )44 A. H. THRESHER STAFF !*!!-!! W. M. Oortinc. 24 Edttor-tn-Chief J. C. Ritter. '23 Bueineee Mttnwer Edttoriot Department Sybitmarie Dennfeton. '24 Associate Hufurd Goodwin. '23 Mewa E. U. Arnoid. '24 Aas't Newo Maty Matken^ie. '23 Society ... Hoots Editor Boatneen department M N. Aitkf-n. 23 Advertising Manager R. D. '2!S Circuiation Manawr HECAPMULATtON. Another year, another decade. The American Magazine might And materia) for a good articie by study inn the inception and the development of The Rite Institute. Xot ai! of us know that twelve yeatu ano the Rite campus was a swamp, cost-red with water most of the year and a line place for duck hunting. It itsn't generaMy known that the trustees of the William Marsh ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

THE THRESHER :: HO USTON. TEXAS '3 : JMce Houston Welcomes You An a representative mer- chant of Houston, Dover's wish to convey to the Rice students a sincere message of welcome—and to ex- press the hope that this organization may be priv- ileged to serve you in the course of the present scholastic year—and in the years to come as weti. We Are Ready Yes, we are ready with our Fall Showing of Ad- ier's Collegian Clothes— the snappiest, smartest quality Ciothes made to sei! at a moderate price. AMAN3*STORE 308 Main Not Her Faplt. Mr.—I was a foot when I began go ing with you. Miss—I know, dear, but I thought you might improve. He—Ah, ha! woman, I have found you out at last! She—Not this time, but you witt the next time you call.—Cracker. Styles. Clarissa—Funny bathing beach on the island. Everyone dresses in her own tent. Yvonne—I'd rather wear my bath- ing suit.—Log. Jack—Didn't you see me down town yesterday? I saw you twice. Jacquetine—I never notice peopie in that condition.—Jest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 15 September 1922

T HE T H RESHEB :: H OUS TO N. T E XAS ConsMhiHon of Students Aasoc!athwt Foitowing is the constitution of the Rice Students' Association, of which every man and woman in the schooi has the privilege of becoming a mem- ber. The students of Rice organized into a seif-governing body, and adopted this constitution, in the year of 1917- 1918. Newstudents, andoidasweU, are advised to read over this document and keep it mi hand for purposes of reference. THE (JONST!TUT!ON. Artictel—Name. The name of this association shaii be The Students' Association of Rice institute. Artide 2—Function. The function of the association shall be to organize and oversee inter-class and inter-collegiate relations, class customs and privileges, and to direct such matters pertaining to the best interests of Rice Institute as come within the province of the student body. Article 3—Membership. Each bona fide student of Rice In- stitute shall be a member of this as- sociation. Article 4—Organization. Section 1. T...

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