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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1936

GRADUATE EDITION Campus Chat GKADVATB SBBP" VOIJ'MK XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1936 ran nat nis V, \ "II tars f hat t hi :ist -P -in A . •. t "I ill •nal |r>t a i l.-.l foi op nr r son T. C. Enrolls 480 In First Summer OJ Graduate Work Ml From The i \vs rsii ws \ I \B1.K i i Ml \ (II I.HS OK \\ in rui.i HI i \NS ii \ \ i HUM !•: 43 Doctors Included In TC Faculty K ducat ion l)i vision Leads With Eleven Ph.D. H, Ed.D.'s Teachers College Graduate Council in ii .i In I . 4 i Miff ii|n>ii a imif there « •. , pin rat if Senator from \rkansec . hu had ambitions. He wanted lie a < andidate for tlit* I'reai- in\\ ill thf Kcpuhlic So. being energetic character of adequate .mil ilrI iridic>, he *et about al- lium g his ambition in the un- ,in mensurable method which is f i | iii|irialc to tlu- ambition i-i. he looked up hi* an ■, through the medium ol' u .ilogist and found ihut hie , g irut grandfather hail once i'il mi the foot of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1936

THK CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1 8« M WtrU 1 BSD MARTIN Eagle Athlete* Place In Fair Cotton Bowl Track Carnival SportScripture •y R«y Karnes Discovery to finish a l ad seventh in the Santa Anita Handicap. America'* richest race? Bi Id Van ture. pay irk .S43 ticket, to defeat in the Kentucky «■ V)TH THE ODDft— Ten to that Louis would , . , „ . , . . . . „ ... to twice defeat < unningham *in. f"ur to one that he would L score a knockout, and two to one thai the fight would end before the seventh round with the brown atripi"n ip bomber a winner! Schmelinr "the * «/ Turkey upon the -port hitched '""I1 for h<" me 51 t ,n NTON NETMEN Westerners W GOING STRONG ^ lntramural In First ■i Kagb athlete* accounted for a > \PTAIN C. B. MIDRIFF witm-ed K t ^o against Hand- third. three seconds. Hnd three Of the 'Sfl track team of North ome Herman Segrist anu l'u| third places as they matched Texas stands out a a represen Button last summer will agree ..... ........ ......

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DUN TON. TKXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 36. I93A t •• ♦ Hell Box Get§ Ind i gent ion On Column Drivel nueli as tin* must kivT iv tn I he new* sometimes. Kvi- ml) that if what the print shop iii | i'hmllli'll lit>t Week. hfCHUM- , s saw fit to divide this writer's it- in half und, with no sijfh i.'^rrt eonsiyn h«* latter por > to the Hell Box. 0 lte t lheatre sign of Ihe week: 11iirIrs Kimble* Karl.v to lied with \ I a r > Itoland . . (.a tin- of t h e . i k Monopoly . . Wise rrark: \ ell. sock me * ith Mile, Corinne'* ■ i>plr Contests: Oxydol and ;.or> Flakes . . (lathering place: , hox VIohI unpopular hou. : \ %l l'i resume: One of the better mi indents sat in front of the Kadio Studio on the Centen grounds falling in love with Jan * 11 her, only to discover when the •meet signed off thnt she hail ■ n flirtniK with a loeal condue llyi.ian Charninsky. She went t.k later, this time to the Gen Motors Huildint:. Mist M Married It MKSSNER STARTS T C Graduate GRADU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 25 June 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. MHTOM TBXAS. THURSDAY. JUNB . IMC CJJUliU jmviiy vm* Oh Before it could be printed, on the first runJ« that it would be published. forty thousand i opies of Elbert Hub- bard's Scrap B«.ok" were spoken for! A hundred thousand oop'w were distributed in tne H t few months, and they have been going at a steadily in- creasing rate ever since, until now the total sales of tnis volume and its comjianion. "The Note Book of Elbert Hub- liard." have reached three quarters of a million copies. "Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book |Wm. H. Wise and Co.) has i>een a In'st seller for so long it seenii< destined to main- tain its position permanently. And why not? ltcontams th« Iwst parts of the greatest books of the past 2^00 year*. If any book can interest the public^inspire. uphft, and in- form it is "Elbert Hubbard's Scrap nook." The beauty of this volume as an example of fine printing and binding receives frequent comment. The 244 pages an set Venetian style, a page withir. a pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1936

(irads! Have Your Pictures Mode Today <Ehc Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1986 liar Wlt§ From The I AVS i\t ws S \I.( I \ HONS TO I III-. I' M. (.. i mi: ' < :sii i:n i (iOKS VISITINC IM N I I.IMIK NOH, III I' WK THINK — 'Graduate Student' Will Be Summer Book Name Conductor m but [l - Itiy lie Will, (Iid ht< or didn't he? The press hmiiih to be quite muddled over the question of I '< > -1 •nutter tieneral Farley's rumored resignation from cabinet duties to do campaign work. The New York Time* says Farley quit. Karley Mayi* he didn't. We ttay, "Nuts!" ill' course, if tho worst comes in the worst, we can always turn tin country buck to the Indians, President Roosevelt's ' three-man V in--ion to Europe to study co- perat ivcs" (hit week may well iiive great significance. The co •pcrativc movement., now wide- picad hi Europe, is practiced in i very limited manner here, and in prc.-idclit's purpose is to stiid,\ i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1936

HK CAM PI'S THAT DKNTON. TEXAS THCRSPAY. Jl'I.Y 2. Banw m/k Dittridi Take Arliaftoa Net Hmri SportScriptur# Karn s T MCI) martin N.I Ml I Ml I* the 'tead l.ne for twime *n<i leagues over the State de firing membership m the Am* uur So'thell Aitsociatinn. whn*h Mtlti' them eligible for the iin State tournament. Har old V. hit< I4W Twenty-Second Street, Wichita Fall*. recently ap pointed on th- rwitlona! nominal trjjt nmaittit of th A. 8- A., t ♦he man with whom team mentors ahould Th: "t*t« Tournament i to he a to# thirty ami fervmt anticipa- tion indicate* thai fan interest I* on th. iw <m and not declining New York City has two hundred new leant* amon« hei various '•airui ' showing that the growth of the game ii6 not purely local. HOHIO W II,SON Will not he forced to miv> either the hip jjamc in Chiceifo or '.h« melee taking place in the Cot ton |v «| foi (hi entertainment of n i.< i Centennial visitors Follower* of the murhty mite of Im1 year'- Southwe*t«-rn Confer-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1936

HK CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 2. If MOORE IS GRAD CLUB PRESIDENT H ANS DRIVE FOR MEM- BERS. GRAI) BANQUET. OTHER Ft NCTIONS J. I' Moore of Mint-ill Wells now principal of ihc high school : I KM Hinpo, \mi« elected preNiitent >t tin (ii'ailnutc < lull at i meetinu V r(lnt'M<l<iy .-veiling, .1 tint- 24. • Mho- ofHi'or^ chosen were first ♦ ii <■ inialciit. i harlfs i, |,«Hk < ton; Hci-onil vice president, Ulenda h'vill; roi'orili•cri,tH>-v, •"hi*o I hi*' < * it • * «■; corriiKiionilinc necre- tury, Just in Oat mini; treasurer, II K Roliinson; parliamentarian, Shelby Phillip*; reporter, I^otM \V i Ike I'm in \|ool'e leei iveil his H S degree I ront I'eaelie College in the Mini i ii i oi In.'! I anil has a- Ins major in ^railualt work, pi.Mic school .olimnist rut ion. While an undei Liadliate he was president if the I M l eiuor class, president of the • lull, captain of th> basket hull team, a nicmhci of the track team, and was nanieo on the nil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 2 July 1936

HE CAMPl'8 ( HAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 2. !M« oioffignts—" The Campus Chat Published once each w*«k during the college y«ar by Um ilutali of the North Texas SUte Teacher* Collegu. Kntered * wcond claim mail matter at the Post Office at I>«aton. Texas. Daaambar i, 1916. under the act of Congress of March a. 1179. N«arly evirytMr ha* a hobby, and thoae that do not. need one Bui did you ever read about a priest's hobby? Of the innumerable hobbies and diversions of man. Father Hubbard of California certainly has a unique one. In his book. "The Cradle of the Storm*" (S. J. Herap), this Ameri- can priest, or |>erhapi we should say American nomad, writes with great facility and a certain simple and happy charm of his journeys to the volcanoes of Alaska. Every sum mar Father Hubbard leaves California, collects young man. Arctic dogs. tra\**llin*r equipment, movie cameras, and the implements of Catholic Mas* and sets out for Alaska. Iti the winter, he lectures to collect money...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1936

Attend Chorus Program in A ud. Friday Night ®he Campus Chat VOLUME XX NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 9, 1986 9 CHORUS TO PRESENT PROGRAM FRIDAY Students Prepare To Depart On Mexico Tour This Week \( 1 ts From The I WS *1 WS I HK Hl<. t \MI' \M,.\ NOISE S \l IR AMI I OMMKNTK II AI.> AMI THK I.K\(.l I HirtM Will Leave Denton Monday Nifk Students Can Still Make Arrangements Today or Tomorrow does To Duke The presidential campaign i- be ginning to unfold, with both majoi #jrty candidate conferring with campaign managers, rival head quarters establishing themselve- in New York ami laying out final plans for the campaign over the tuition From Washington comes 'he long-awaited announcement from .lames A. Farley concerning his two position-. The Democratic National Committee chaitman anil I'nstniaser General will take a pay less leave of absence from the PostofVicc Department to devote Ins time lo the coming campaign Tin- answers temporarily at least...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1936

THK TAMPl'S THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY #, 1938 Westerners Note Out Rwts h FImJi IntruMral Softball Game Of Series Sport Scriptura By Ray K«rn«« JOE III NA<m*M> Of the New York Yankee*. prise rookie of the Mason and the first ever to make the ail *tai starting line-up. proved the "iroat*' of the t i I 1-w e tbehind-t he-ears classic held in flimtor on the seventh I Mairgio came to hat five Imw- with tit leant one mate aboard, when a hit could have chanyed the entire aspect of the irame. and not or.ce did h« manage to net the 1*11 < ut of the infield. Joe also contributed two glaring mi«pta>> that helped the Americans along toward their 4-.'< four-year-old quest for victory. IH8ZY IMS AN Starting pitcher for the star- of the younger league, turned in the hurling gem of the day. facing only nine men in the three inning.- that he worked, and not allowing a single hit. Hubbell also pitched runless hell, and Lon Wamke had his old touch in the pinchsa. The three,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TKXAH. THURSDAY. JULY . 1 3« • • • Activities Of Literary Clubs Feature Week In Society Mary Ardens Enjoy Formal Dinnerette In Crystal Room Th * Senior Mary Ardenn' foi ma I dinnerette was held la*t eve • hint: m ihi < i > -1 «I Koom of Mar Hint* Kail with the theme of the program heinir "A Little Nonsense Now ami Then." Annette I .eat herwood, piesirient of thi club, acted an lon tmistre-- .iikI trace greet into to the intent*. The president'* street inK was fol lowed with a short welcome hy Ml** Mark. \ «in(i sonu led liy Kranees Hue m-II. accompanied at the piano by Alice Drake, made up the inuaical part of the program Mi~> Vent a Watson, accompanied by Marjorie * Killu> i. jjavp several vocal <elec t ion*. In keeping with the iheme were Cyrenc Bell'* rending of M>leetion* from "Alice in Wonderland" ami the presentation of several lim erick*. The social committee, made up <<f Jn West, KfTie Kusterlinir. Ks- ther Roger*. Lola Belle ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 9 July 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS THURSDAY. JULY 9. \9M cmuki.* 3Kwfignts— KIA DAALA AAA DAAAIA \ym DOOR9 ino rfvpif • # • If there were a pop stand on the corner wiling a degree and a Dr. Pepper for $15(>i. would you order your degree that wa.v? Or are you going "willingly to school?" Shakespeare's schoolboy, in "Willingly to School." (Round Table Press), "with hi* atchel and shining morning face, creeping like a snail unwilling to school" symbolises a phil- osophy of education that has been with us entirely too long. The thesis of this book if that the school can best perform it* function in the social order when it is enjoyable. Thomas Hopkins. Associate Professor of Education in Teachers College, Columbia University, says "This book presents a dramatic, convincing, pictorial record showing the inte- gration of school with life." In this book we see children learning, and liking the process. We see them using their hands and their minds. Through Wendell MacRae's illus- tration we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1936

• • Saturday i* Dead- Line For (irad Pieturen VOLUMK XX SMy? Campus Ctpat — ■ i ™ NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGK. DENTON, TEXAS. THL'HSDAY. JULY lfi, 1986 NUMBB1 80 ——— Board Of Education Hears New Appropriation Plan ■m \i IIS From The I *VS \IHS Ml SHOl.l N I \Mi I N(,I \ \|i \ I |'K \t I M \KR> I>R I' U rv\i;s. mi \i< \ss KKOS Ml KMt \ 11 ON II VS I II II It \> HH New tiraduates Bring Summer's Total To 568 State Teacher* College#' Board of Regents I • ll\ IN III M. I MX D With tlx peart' ot the world n iint. in I), - hand-. Hi'iiilo Juarez Mussoiim has proclaimed penci iih Kiigland anil scattered t h« cloud* of win which have threat cried for the past yen. In an exclusive interview with an In let-national News Service corres poudctit, II Kut'i declared thai • he danger of wai between thi tW" nation was pant. The British have withdrawn the home lleet from the Medi.erinrxan. and Italy has removed from Libya the troop* which ha', e caused Kngland ti worry ovei her Kgy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1936

THE CAMPUS THAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 1«. JW 1 MARTIN 1137 EAGLES FACE TOUGH HACK CARD EIGHT MEETS THE A«M Al SW RTs Bil l. Of the Cnited State* ic now e*- timaied at a cool billion dot torn. Even more ttartUng in the fart that investigation* "how that it is tbe participant who. pay* wi pet cent of tbe load, witiIf the t<>t only contribute something like IjiMi.iKKi.otMi, or one-fifth of th< tot*|. Golf, meeting alntut lfi pei cent of the bill, with caddie* get- ting $ t2,tMHWM* . in th«> mont ex- |H'iisiv«- game in th«- nation. Be c um' of the fifty dollar* or so tha' it take* to outfit each of the thousand* of l*>y* who follov thi lure of the pigskin each year, foot '■all manage* lo ranK second to golf JESSE OWENS Of Ohio State, great negro ath let*. proved the outstanding indi viiiual performer in the Olympic final*. Owen* took a first place in all three of hi* events, the 10<i and 21 mi meter dasbe*. and the broad jump. The Buckeye choco- late-drop will...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 1«. IBM won 9fiOiX jfory • t* < t« f 9 H> LOMKN I.ON(. The Mir whs (hick with a stifling hitof tobacco smoke and • hi mell of hot. sweating bodies. On t he low platform a negro orches ira poured forth a deafening din of rod hot )ur.f. The un-ending 'I'renm of a trumpet and the wail • mi! whine of a rlarinet mingled with raucous y«*lIm and laughter of the laxi dance hall patron* A fat, apish negro left his drums to do a tap dance down in front of the platform. His huge, flat feet shuffled l>ack and forth on the floor in time to the music, while the dancers stopped their 'limcmu to yell encouragement and clap their hands in rhythm with his weird movements After sev eral minutes he stopped, wiped his face with a red bandanna hand kerchief, and went hack to his • drums. Finally the sweat inn orchestra ceased its production of jaji/. in order to absorb la rite mugs of beer Couples left the floor to to the long bar for a similar pur-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 16 July 1936

THK « AMPl'S THAT DENTON, TEXAS THt'RBIMY. .M'l.Y 1«, 19M Instead <>f painting a picture of th« S«>uth with Brush and easel. Frederick Wright ha- now depicted the South with his pen Already well known as a painter. Frederick Wright ha- in "South" (Farrar and Khienhart) transferred hi- acute observation to pen portraiture Critics say that thi author has done an excellent .job lb tell- I hr story ot a young couple who traveled into th< <i«■« p South and wen quickly drawn into the tangled skein of life in a small and fashionable southern city The South is pictured here with brillia ci. The novel is witty. |ienetrating. and alive Then an fi\i- atmospheric descriptions and intense dramatic epi- ode-: dinners in grand manner: the intimate problem- of tin cotton mills culminating in strike- ami riots a near lynching a plethora of Southern charm, a flood that sweeps half the town to ruin. "South" i- a richly told -tory. ab- sorbing fiction. < Voert man's Loan Library) A bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1936

• I* • • VOLUME XX Camims Chat NORTH TEXAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE. DENTON, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1986 NOTES From The I AY'S l C WS LEFTISTS. KK.nllSTS BATTLE IN SPAIN WINI . KAIN WRECK "CAVALCADK" SKI AL SMITH CONKERS WITH KKPIBLM ASS McConnell Meets Wkk Board Of Control; Gves Next Biennial Budget By HOB McCLOlD Bi ood flowed freely and many cities were in Claims thi.s week as loyal ami reliel troops battled for font nil iri the revolt which has shaken Spain and Mormon and in which 25.(10(1 are estimated to have been killed. Official Spain, t In- leftist party, after smashing the insurgents with big guns and an planes at Madrid, declares that the military rebellion has been crushed; Iiul the rightists deny de feat and claim to have many cities ■ till in their power. The revolu- tionists whu seized Spanish Ylor occo last week end, are planning to -end troops to overthrow their government in Spain itself. Al- though the uprising appears to have been quelled in Madrid where I .onii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1936

THE CAM PI'S (HAT. DSN TOM. TKXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 2 . I « I I I mi Cboc PriJacci Track, Cmi'Ciwhy Winaer sHOt LB KKK1) PKRKV Of Britain, three time* wmnei >1 the All Kntflami iHuu'lr, sue ceed in adding one mure leg U> the American title trophy in the *ing let- division of the menu National < hampniuahip, competition which will liejfin at Forest Hills on Sep tenibei H, the dashing Bntuui will be not only the ft rut foreigner to evei turn the tru-k, but will aisii be endowed with the right to lake the coveted amy bo 1 of ten ni* preeminence liack to Loudon forever. Wnilt- the rent of the world is shouting from the hill- tops that only Yon t ram of Ger- many or Don Budge of California have the slightest chance of even extending acrobatic Freddie, we're stealing a cue from the worn and batteled pages of the liMti pre diction book of failures. and pick- ing Texas" own Wiimer Allison, the scorned and forgotten man of Usnni*, another athlete that's "ail washed up," to regain his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1936

. -J ~.i-IU 1.1. HL - .Ill 1 11. - ■ 1.. First Formal Dance Of Summer Given At Marquis <e < Otto W. Miessner Departs Director Kxtraordinary, Who Spent Las! Three Weeks In College, Is (ione Kilt Not Forgotten '"Gone Uit not forgotten" may ! «■ truthfully said of I>r. W. Otto Miessner, director extraordinary who spent the final throe weeks of the first nummt"r term horo as it teacher in the music department and as director « f the T. C. Oho rus and Orchestra Ihiring this time. Dr. Miesnner wi..: hi* way into the hearts of every one of the largi irroup of students by his ef flciency, his ever-present humor, his patience, and his extreme hit manness. His stay was climaxed with a huge concert given here and on the Centennial grounds in Hallas by the T. C. Chorus and Orchestra numherinfr ,150. I >r. Miessner left Denton im mediately after the close of the first summer session to accept the posi':on of head of the department of public school music in the Unl versity of Kansas. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Campus Chat — 23 July 1936

THE CAMPUS CHAT. DENTON, TKXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 88, 1986 By Dud* N#vill« Words are inadequate to tell of "Devil Doll." starring Lionel Barrymore, at th«- Texas Friday and Saturday. Even better than Lon Chaney's "Hunchback of Notre Dame" . . .. even more superb than "Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde" . . . more hideous and exciting than "Frankenatain" . . . this "Devil Doll." Many who have seen "The Green Pastures" have been frankly critical . . . disappointed . . . and have regarded it as sacrilegious. "Tin' Green Pastures" is one of the most simple, most truthful, and most superb pictures ever put on the screen. Most simple because of its origin ... the negro race. As simple and as true as that. The negroes, for instance, of Louisiana ... as simple, as frank, and as religious a race as will be found on the face ot the earth. Not all ignorant, but the majority so. These people believe in God. in heaven, and in all of the works of God . . . as we. Rut. they have their own ideas. They quite natu...

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