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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 January 1924

BEAT DENTON ^* ./*Trf v.i ^ # 7*© 0 "n,-ryw#i(|.Af) . «■ ^ay*. • Mn.i-,yV •*. Ott0 PUBLISHED 1I1BT TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY VH STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAB VOLUME ^XVn NUMBER 14 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 22, 1924. PICK THE EAGLES Pirates Easy Winners in T. I. A. A. Openers San' Antonio Arti&s Score Success in Beautiful Concert Large Audience Present SIMILAR MUSIC SELDOM HEARD OUTSIDE OF GRAND OPERA fife' A large appreciative audience listen- ed, last Tuesday evening, to one of the most pleasing, artistic musical programs ever presented in Georgetown, and gen erous applause evidenced the hearty en- joyment of those fortunate enough to be present. The program, consisting of two parts, was presented by a group of San Antonio musicians: Edna Etter Jones, colotura soprano; Zuleme Herff Simpson, contralto; Charles Jones, tenor; Warren Hull, baritone, and Walter Dunham, pi- anist. Mr. Dunham, the first to appear on the stage, played the...

Publication Title: Megaphone, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 January 1924

'. a 0. , ";*v yr . m Estabfaljri 1907 fcrurntrrntlj f par atered as u£?ond-class mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at th *">atoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act or Congress of March 3, 1911. B. SMITH JB - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF EO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGES FALTER MOORE Associate Editor jlZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor INANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor IRGINIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOONE Assistant Editor t. A. HARKEY Assistant Editor JEORGE MOOI) Assistant Editor )WARD ONSTAT Assistant Editor MEREDITH Circulation Manager |P. T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager )WIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager INE8T SANDERS Assistant Business Manager TRUE SPORTSMANSHIP t Yes, that's something "we ain't got lothing else but." Now let's just keep It going- I" the games that we have had so far on 'the local court no school las ever manifested a truer sportsman- Khip than the Southwestern students pave shown. Just keep it up; it has al- ready made a name for the school that re should be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 January 1924

9 ' V w jl :>- i FBOM DEHTO* TEACHEBS (Continued from page one) was working better and harder as the game progressed. Camp tied the count 8-8 with a long basket from the eenter of the court as the whistle blew ending the first half. The second half started off with a bard fight, the Pirates missing many ing to fathem the Pirate defense, which bard-luck shots and they seemed unable to hit the center of the basket. Capt. Adams missed two tries at foul goals. Ten minutes of play elapsed before Capt. Adams made the first marker of the second half with a pretty shot from the side of the court. The Pirate de- fense, led by Camp, played the Eagles to a standstill while they were scoring six points. The Eagles were held to two foul goals during the last half, the Pirates time and again taking the ball away from the Eagles. The Eagles had only a few chances at the basket during the last half. They ran into a bit of hard luck themselves when they missed three clear «nots from under the bas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 22 January 1924

Df TIA A. own— (Continued from page one) angles of the court, most of them am under the basket, while the Kan- roo never had over half a dozen shots the basket the first half, as the Pi- les kept the ball in their possession st of the time. ^ Royal was high point man of the game th two field goals ami three foul goals, lred again led his team in scoring th one field goal and two foul goals. The Pirates again played off of form first half, but the second half the lad showed reversal of form and seor- ! sixteen points to the Kangaroos' sev- The Kangaroos missed a free toss on fxVm foul, but Royal came back and ie two fouls count when he tossed in I two foul goals. The first eleven minutes play neither side was able to make a | field goal, although the Pirates were ssing many shots at the basket. EEea- rson was kept busy calling fouls, for Ten were called in the first eleven ainutes of play, three on the Pirates four on the Kangaroos. Royal cored the only field goal of the first after ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 January 1924

WOiKXWiwimoxmwwinifi SIMMONS Wednesday Night SUfp iHrnnplimir PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 15 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JAN. 29, 1924. SIMMONS Thursday Night I : [' -i •v.S I I I ,>>* 4 I k THE STORY OF "C0S1 FAN TUTTE" In the words of his creator, Luigi da Ponte, "an old philosopher," Don Al- fonso was a bachelor. He laughed at his young friends, Ferrando and Guillel- mo, wh<< were inspired to rhapsody by their respective fiancees, Dorabella and her sister, Fiordiligi. He said that wom- an's constancy Vas like the phoenix; it was never seen. The young men dis- agreed; their fiancees were not like oth- er women. Very well (said Don Alfon- so)! If you're so sure of them, put them to the test. Pretend to be called to the "wars and then come back disguised, and take, each of you, the other's lady by storm. When the assault failed, Don Alfonso ■was not d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 January 1924

(jlltp JNnjaplnmp Establish 1907 frrumtrrnlb |rw as aiMBd elaia mail matter, September 7, 1912, at the ^natoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911. B. SMITH, JR EDITOR-IN CHIEF H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGER FALTER MOORE Associate Editor -JZABETH LITTLE. Assistant Editor IJfANELLE HAMBLEN' Assistant Editor iiGIXIA GRIFFITH Assistant Editor G. BOOXE Assistant Editor A. BAR KEY . Assistant Editor >RGE MOOD Assistant Editor WARD ON" ST AT . .■ Assistant Editor IY MEREDITH . Circulation Manager T. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager >WIN DAXXELLY Assistant Business Manager WEST SAXDER8 ....Assistant Business Manager >LTOX BOONE Assistant Business Manager STUDENT FELLOWSHIP DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK? We have spoken before of the spirit Southwestern, and at that time we hoped that every one would fait in ami back the school and the teams the limit. But it seems that we stilt re some strangers with us; some who not desire to become one of the real leuts of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 January 1924

=99 1 ■ =-= _ s= —. PIRATES wnr 14 TO 4 OVER DENTON TEACHERS (Continued from page one) the Pirates leading 14 to 4. The score: Pirates F.G. F.T. P.F. Adams (c) forward... 0 0 Royal, forward 0 0 Mateer, center 0 3 Camp, guard 0 0 Kidd, guard ... 0 0 0 Tatum, forward 0 0 2 Total ... 7 0 5 Denton F.G. F.T. P.F. McCaarv, forward 0 1 2 Hardegrec, forward .. ... 0 e 1 Hutchinson, center ... 1 0 o Perriman, guard ... 0 l 0 Merley, guard 0 0 1 Harrison, guard 0 0 o Total ... 1 2 6 Societies SAN JAOINTO FROM THE DE MOLAY COUNCILOR Prof.—Give for one year, the number of tons of coal shipped out of the United states. Fresh.—14JJ2; None. Referee—Henderson (Texas). WHO EVER SAW— Perdue coming to lunch on time? Rueker and B. Duncan praying? Slime Bngg not harrowing something? Bobbie Behrns not bumming a cig- arette? Alex Artz and Goddess Crawford not griping? Profs. Godbey and Tinsley jokeless? Proffl Vaden and Gates in an oratori- cal contest? Dr. Granbery using Sta-comb? Dean Wnnder not making ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 29 January 1924

•Tr? : THE GERMAN CLUB (Continued from page one) advertising. i ' A committee consisting of Mr. Bain, Miss Holman and Mr. Dorbaudt was ap- pointed to launch a membership cam- paign. Every member of the club was urged to make himself a committee of one to get other students into the club. After the business1 the following pro- grain was rendered: Song, '■Southwestern Hoch." 8ong, "Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum." * Song, "Die Lorelei." "Home customs of the German people" | ■—Prof. F. C. A. Lehmberg. The talk by Prof. Lehmberg wr.s very instructive and entertaining. Every stuilcut, whether a member of the Ger- ; man Club or not, should have heard it. F In order that those who di-.l not hear it 'may read it, a condensed reproduction I follows: "Every person agrees that there are three main events in a person's life: Birth, marriage, and death. It is the * customs of the German people with ref- erence to these events that I wish to ■ay a few words. "The soul of a child is thought to ex- ist l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

• — ■ "Cosi Fan Tuttc" Friday Night PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL YEAR BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY /; v Ho X\ ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH YEAR VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 16 \ GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 5. 1924. j "Cosi Fan Tuttc" .;jm Friday Night r ####^#######^ EX-PRESIDENT WILSON MEETS DEATH CALMLY FLAGS TO FLY AT HALF MAST FOR THIRTY DAYS —BY ORDER OF COOLIDGE. Woodrow Wilson was described "perhaps the greatest niun America has produced" in a statement made t>y Wil- liam G. McAdoo. .President Coolidge said: "Woodrow Wilson led the nation through the world war with a lofty idealism which never failed him." "He gave utterance to the aspirations of humanity, with an eloquence which held the attention of all the earth and made America a new and enlarged in fluence in the, destiny of mankind." McAdoo said of Woodrow Wilson that "He was a rare combination—a charming companion, a ripe scholar, a Christian gentleman, a consummate leader, a su- perb st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

•"rr-; —fv":"r ®Jj? iMegapliflnr €atablialfrd 1907 &ftvn!rmtij flrar | Entered as <:?ond-claas mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at the -*«stoffice at Georgetown, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 3, 1$12 |J. B. SMITH, JB EDITOR-IN-CHIEF I GEO. H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MAHAGEB 1 WALTER MOORE Associate Editor | ELIZABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor ANNANELLE HAMBLEN Assistant Editor VIRGINIA .GRIFFITH : Assistant Editor M. G. BOONE Assistant Editor R. A. HARKEY Assistant Editor GEORGE MOOD Assistant Editor EDWARD ONSTAT Assistant Editor RAY MEREDITH Circulation Manager T. T. WILLIS t Assistant Business Manager EDWIN DANNELLY Assistant Business Manager ERNEST SANDERS Assistant Business Manager IBOLTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager TO BE AS OTHERS ABE. Are we content to be as others are and Istand for those only things which others [stand for? If so, who is going to forge [ahead. Who is going to keep civilization ■progressing? If we are not working up- ward then we are surely turni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

"fT"''. HOW TO STUDY (For Boys Only.) 1. Turn the picture of your girl's face to the wall. 2. Hang yonr coat over all works of art. 3. Go to the movies first. You will be relieved and can sleep much better then. 4. Practice by thinking what you would do with a million dollars. 5. Keep a calendar above your desk,— one with holidays in red letters. 0. (Start out studying the easiest ones firHt. You won't quit so quick. 7. When writing up notes condense them aa much as possible, so that the meaning is utterly intagible. 8. Never do at night what you can do in the daytime. tt. Postpone phyiscs and chemistry experiments until Sunday afternoon. This will relieve much of the terdious- nesg. v 10. Keep in good condition by smokui, between rounds. 11. Be sure to turn out the light be lore going to bed.—Ex. v yy SAY GUY, DIDJA EVER Say Guyt Didja ever take your girl To church on Sunday nite And when church was over Have to run all the way To get a seat. And when you get to Snyder Hall Take th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

---■T-f-T* -- UTEBABY PRODUCTION OF SOUTHWESTERN STUDENTS It. lot lw I EI A V W B 6 E R T E E |B( In every university there are count- lesa numbers of students with extraor • dinary talents going to waste because of the lack of any definite urge that these name talents be put to good use and brought to perfection through practise anu development of them. This is es- pecially true of literary talents, which, it seems, ought more than any others to be cultivated in university life. 'J he need for such an incentive to literary expression has long been felt, and in an- swer to it there has been formed a unique and interesting, and, we think, promising class in original composition. It is our purpose to offer to the students of South- western, through the column8 of the .Megaphone, some examples characteristic of the work being done in the class. These selections will doubtless reflect the inner thoughts and aspiration^ of our student body better than any other form of expression possibl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

ftJMS' • IP5 BODY TO BEST IN TEMPORARY YATTIiT PENDING ERECTION OF A MAUSOLEUM -i Washington, Feb. 4.—Tentative plans for the funeral of former President Wil- son, as announced today by f>r. Grayson, i . provide for a brief private service at the 8. Street residence at 3 p. m. on Wednes- day. The services will be followed by anoth- er at 3:30 o'clock at Bethlehem Chapel in the cathedral at Mount St. Albans, after which the body will be placed in a stone vault within the great cathedral rising on the hills that look down over Washington from the westward and while he rests there, men who acclaim his mem- ory will cousel together as to the manner and place of hia last suplcher. It was decided not to bold a state fun- eral ay proposed by some, or to have the body lie in state in the capitol. The funeial services will be conducted, both at the home and at the chape!, by the Rev. James H. Taylor, pastor of the Central Presbyterian Church, which Mr. Wilson attended; the Rev. Sylvester ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 5 February 1924

Societies PIRATES SPLIT TWO OA WITH SIMMONS COLLEGE SAN JACINTO PROGRAM (Continued from page one) I 'Mf wishes were horses beggars might In." No hy wishing that Te\us nnrth- r would not always come on Monday, might hope for a full !San Jaeiuto ll'tersiiip i|Uota every Monday moru- The first number on last Monday's program was a beautiful and well leii sred piano solo by Janice (iood^on. (ward Oustat made an interesting ad- in honor of Mr. Woodrow Wilson, filing of his worthy life and his iituel- 6b service for his country Elizabeth (lodges, a visitor of tiie morning, was re- ested to give a reading. Site consented read a humorous deletion entie'ed, 41io[fping for l'ostage Mumps.' Miss ItKlges showed the society .ji.stt, how in- dicate a task shopping for postage limps may l>e. I Look for next Monday's program on bulletin hoard. ALAMO LITERARY SOCIETY Alamos! Alamos! If you were absent Monday morning you missed a won- ul opportunity of hearing something The main feature of the • g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 February 1924

; - HEAR ARTHUR MOORE Feb. 18-24 PUBLISHED BVEBY TUESDAY THE SCHOOL TEAS BY THE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF ^UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTEENTH TEAS VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 17 GEORGETOWN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEB. 12, 1924. HEAR ARTHUR MOORE I Feb. 18-24 •xosi fan Tirrrr SURPASSES EXPECTATIONS IRENE *WTT.T.TAMB IN LEADING ROLE ABLY SUPPORTED BY OTHER ARTISTS ^Jp \2k: j# The presentation of "Cosi Fan Tutte" last Friday night surpassed the highest expectations. Miss Irene Williams, the famous «ngtr who has made so many popular Brunswiek records, was ably supportetd by Kathleen Hart Bibb, Lil- lian Palmer, Judson House, Leo de Hieropolis and Pierre Remington, with Stuart Boss at the piano. The story opens with Don Alfonso, an old bachelor, laughing at bis friends, Ferraado and Guillelmo, who argued that their faneees, Dorabella and her sister, Fiordiligi, were ever true to them. A wager is made that the sisters, like aB other women, were fekle. * To decide the bet the two men are called off t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 February 1924

(the fHrgapljntir 19*7 a ?ond-elaM mail matter, at tlu> ;«Hrtoffice at Septemoer T, 1912, — Georgetown, Texaa, under Act of Congress of March 3> INI JK i?lIltg-Tr ■WACEI FALTER MOORE Associate Editor IZABETH LITTLE. fANELLE HAMBLEN.. JOTA GRIFFITH G. BOONE A. HARKEY }E MOOD WARD ONSTAT„ IT MEREDITH T. WILLIS DAI? NELLY. SANDERS LTON BOONE - Assistant Editor Assistant Editor . ,rrrrrrrrr,r.Assistant Editor . ►rrrrr^ rrrr. AWlStftllt E(HtOr — .. Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Circulation Manager ,.. Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Assistant Business Manager AID IMTB SCHOOL* lie have suggested that we abolish rules and standards of the church aols and make them like the state ools; allow Saturday night dances I other things that are characteristic [ a state school. Now that is an ex- it idea. I do not see why someone not thought of it before^ This be a wonderful land in which to> of we could abolish the stand...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 February 1924

IWIMIff FAKK The oew tMiwt park m the tab of the to Gabriel h rrapmbg ■ireij, 11 wili«[ t* wfilt fnm Sebe Good- letfc. Sebe m financing this more * d h ipwi^ m rat to Mhe it oae of the ■Mt attrcrlire is this part of the State. He report* that the pork will be epes to tonM* in about sixty daj% although it win probably be a little loader be- forr (Trrrthit; completed. Whea toqMfi the path is to have a leemie ime, cafe, nntatorium, entertainment baB, lake for boating awi Mia& and ererylIking that will aake the twists eaijjoy their visit to Ctagduo. Sebe aho made the tookaa Legion a present of a ritr ia the poik oa whieh to baild aa American legion Hall. Plaas are aader way for the construc- tion of the tmflding, awl as soon aa it is completed the pork will hare another Tny attractive feature. un nr WRAHT> AT K W Geo, Btciomao; "Come oa Bock ; let's j cot ehMRS today and go to the river.™ Miss HoJtaiaar "That"* all right, boy*? stay as late as yom waat to to-| might; Mias Kirk wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 12 February 1924

Societies SAN JAC PEP MEETING No, I don't mean a "'Bah, rah, rah" pep meeting. I mean one of these good, old enthusiastic meetings where every- one on the program "puts his part over" with enthusiasm and interest. * The first number on the program was a piano solo by Elizabeth Little. With her characteristic talent, Miss Little rendered her selection beautifully. Eve- lyn Payne gave a Valentine reading, giving the society some valuable hints ! as to how to win hearts by giving "hearts." Alvis Secrest, in memory of > Lincoln's Birthday, made a profitable ' talk on the significance of our honoring [the birthday of great men. He pointed out that "As a man thinketh in his ' heart, so he is," and that the greatness :of the deeds of great men is due to the 'depth and sincerity of their inner lives. [By studying the lives of great men one 'may learn to conform his life to their f examples. Walter Moore stated that the subject fof his address was one of which he was nifestly ignorant, na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 February 1924

? • ' - W ■ r ' ^ ' 7 : -v" ' ' "" " " ■•" ■• 3II;p iHtegaphime MWMWMMMMMIIWMMIM FUKU8HED EVERY TDBSMT THE SCHOOL TEAS ST THE SIUSEKTff ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY 4*," V- ESTABLISHED 1907 VOLUME XXVII NUMBER 18. GEORGETOWN, TEXAS TUESDAY, FEB. 19, 1924 HEAR ARTHUR M( THIS WEEK h - ■ > T. wm& p. iM* im fM I it i.M Pirates Lead in Race For T. I. A. BOYS CELEBRATE VICTORY WITH PARADE HOMES OF VARIOUS IN STKUCCTORS BUT FAIL TO GAIN HOLIDAY * Who said that Mood Hall was infest- ed with hermits ? It is a mistake, of course ■ bat we will have to admit that we have been somewhat inactive for a few months - and we were, apparently, beaded toward the hermit ranks; bat that old stale feeling was very tpiickly thrown oft when some hungry Fresh- man who had, for the past few months, been reading about the "College Days of Boob McSaftt" aid, was fall of lire and wanted to ye some of the real stu®, suggested —mbf that '"it appears to me at the prescmt time it would be very appropriate that w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Megaphone. — 19 February 1924

•1 'w"r r^W, m-WTTJ 01^ Utrgaplimtr liBl;rh 190? Og>£ft £rurntrrulh fjrar fe'ti as ?ond-clas8 mail matter, SeptemDer 7, 1912, at tht> p«stofEce at Georgetown, Texas,* under Act of Congress of March 3, 1911 SMITH, JB EDITOR-IN-CHIEF H. MITCHELL BUSINESS MANAGES I/TER MOORE Associate Editor SABETH LITTLE Assistant Editor lAJi'ELLE HAMBLEN . Assistant Editor JI>T1A GRIFFITH Assistant Editor BOONE Assistant Editor HAKKEY Assistant Editor JE MOOD Assistant Editor PARD OXSTAT Assistant Editor MEREDITH Circulation Manager p. WILLIS Assistant Business Manager FX DAXNELLY Assistant Business Manager JEST SANDERS Assistant Business Manager LTON BOONE Assistant Business Manager A CALL FOB LOYALTY lius far this year the students have a wonderful loyalty to the ath- activities. Teams have made of conquest into our territory and | students have supported the teams, your time. ! When you feel that desire to let' your | work lag, get a new grip ou yourself and start anew. Whatever you do, d...

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