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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 April 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. April 17. IMS LeMay McCreary Win TIPA Contest Evants McMurry entries in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association contest at the annual TIPA con- vention April 13-14 at San An- gelo College won two first places two second places and one third place. Can Davidson assistant dltor of tha War Wheop was elected parliamentarian of tha stats-wtda organisation. Ha was nominated from tha floor and alactad by acclamation. Morris LeMay won first place with a sports story on McMurry's basketball wins over Eastern New Mexico University at the end of the season. Fred McCreary's news photo Campbell By Betty As ih monkey said when he caught his tail in the meat grin der the end is now in sight. Although it's quite a spell till school is over for another year today's War Whoop is the last is- sue for editor Betty Campbell. The last War Whoop on May II will be edited by newly- J elected editor Gene Davidson. It is with mixed emotions that an editor lays down her pencil puts th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 April 1956

FrMar April 17. 1IM THE WAR WHOOP Pitt 3 L a m p u 6 C l u o 6 - -Alpha p'Ai Jmeaa f f lakes -Awards fames KJfficers McMurry's chapter of Alpha Pal Omega national drama fra- ternity gave special awards re- cently to two drama students. "Best actress award" went to Patsy Bingham Amarillo junior for her role in the spring drama production "And His Name Was Job." Miss Bingham also received the Chapter's "service award" which is voted each year to the member rendering greatest service to the drama department. An Odessa sophomore Teddy Harris received "best actor award." He played in "And His Name Was Job "Home of the Brave" and "Bell Book and Candle." Admitted to membership was Louin Berry Fort Worth fresh- man. Named as officers for next year were Harris president; Barbara Wilson of Borger vice-president; Miss Bingham secretary; Bob Washam of Sweetwater honor- able prompter; and Berry inner guard. Cjobbettes Kjive ZJea J4onoring ft lot hers Cxes ' TIP Gobbettes had their annual spring ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 27 April 1956

THE WAR WHOOP Friday. April 27. 1IM Pagi 4 lelekV IbIbIbIbVF'' ialelBlBIWelBlBlBlBH lelea elelBlBEr. IbIbIbIbY bbbbbbbb1 bbbbt bbbbbbfj & bbbbbw AbbbbbbbB H&i ILbbbLbV bbbbbbLbbI ALPHA PI PLEDGES PERFORM Pltdgia of Alpha Pi Alpha arc pictured above ai thty appeared on the program at the club'i spring banquet April M. Standing left to right are Rlsela Talamantee. Francet Carlton and Ruby Jo Blxltfr. Seated left to right are Lou Ann Smith Donna Franklin and (JSluebird of Jrappln edA ' 3 JIP-A Banquet Oil Alpha Pi Alpha's spring ban- quet was held in the Abilene Garden Club Apnl 14 The theme was "Blucbud of Happiness" and was cm i ltd out in a garden set- ting A rock wall covered with climbing rotei enclosed the banquet room A white arch separated the fence. On one side of the archway covered with flowers was a bird bath. On the other side was a gar- den scene. The windows on each side of the building weie decorated with white tiellists untwined with loses In shadow boxes on on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1956

Final Examination Schedule Saturday May 1911 MWF 9-12; 9 MWF 2-5 Monday May 2110:30 TT 9-12; 8 MWF 2-5 Tuesday May 228 TT 9-12; 1 MWF 2-5 Wednesday May 2310 MWF 9-12; 1 TT 2-5 Thursday May 242:30 TT 9-12 All classes not indicated on this schedule will be arranged by the instructor. Father-Son Combination Will Speak to Graduates Six Will Receive Honorary Degrees Six men have been selected by the McMurry Board of Trustees to receive honorary doctors' de- grees from McMurry for 1956. The Rev. C. Raymond Bray has one of the most distinguished ca- reers of any minister in our midst. He has served many large church- es and given McMuiry a gift of $20000 for scholarship endow- ment. He is to receive a D. D. de- gree. . The Rev. Ewart Watts pastor of Asbury Methodist Church in El Paso and son of Bishop Bas- comb Watts will receive a D. D. degree for his outstanding work as minister and successful preacher. The Rev. E. E. White who is at present district superintendent of the Childress Distr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1956

Page 2 THE WAR WHOOP Friday May 11 1ISB Dlte War Wkooi Published wMkly during the ichoel year September through Mar. except for stated vacation periods by the students of McMurry College Abilene Ttfxas. Subscription Price S2 Per Yeat Editor Business Manager Betty Campbell Jan Free STAFF FOR THIS ISSUE Editor Gene Davidson Jimmy Alvis Louin Berry. Don Boyd Betty Campbell Jimmy Forshey Ruby Burn Marsha Cockrell Richard Cook Orland Gil- bert Evelyn Imle Chester Keroosky John Edd Killen. Morris LcMay. Fred McCreary Marcie Montgomery. By GENE DAVIDSON This the last issue of this school year. Is the first War Whoop for me. I've tried in every possible way To make it as good as can be. Try to bear with me in the year to come. As 1 learn the editor's ropes; I'll try in every paper I print. To make it live up to your hopes. I've launched myself into a year's work now and it's so far so good. As I would like to have said in my campaign speech before election I'll try my best to make next year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1956

Friday. May 11 1S5S THE WAR WHOOP Pat a 3 s l Students Jlan evera Zror Summer Wedding belk have nhoadv bo-1 gun to ring foi McMinry students and they'll be ringing c 1 e a r I through next fall it si-cms man and Weldon Ennis Colorado ' Following a Castle Garden squire piogiam was a knights'i A progtam was gueti In thi Helen Fi senioi from Sweet- Clt fuhman will be marned therm. Ko San held its annual tournament tent with the squire Squires A magician sent a knight watu marned Call Flores ofm A u r u s t in the Methodist ppnng banquet Apili 28 at thciRroup flaps fiving from the top.linto the futuie and he saw the Gland Piaiue in St Bcinatd's I Chinch at Miami The will lWindsoi Hotel (At the othei end of the Rardenj scene of young colleRo men go- Chuich Dallas May 5 The cou- back at McMun next eai Entcting thioiiRh a trcllis-tun-1 hung a white shield on a black ing to collcRe Entertainment was nln will Ik. in Grand Prain... Jean Kinlev. fioshman from nel of led loses ovei a moat in-Ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 11 May 1956

Pa 4 THE WAR WHOOP McMurry Track and The Texas Cnnferenci Hack and field championships will be hold huic nt Indian Stadium Fu- da Mn 11 Juome Vanno TC piesident said the moot will he dnected by Tommy Ellis head football coach .it McMurry The confeictice golf and tennis meets bit slated foi the da ame The golf ch impionship to be p I a i d .it Abilene Municipal Retreat Held For Thnt membeis of McMuny's studint gox eminent met for a letnat m the West Texas Utili- ties Cabin at Lvtle lake Sunday aftt moon Pin pose of the letreat was to otitnt pusons new to college ' student gn eminent and to evalu- Bonnx Don Boyd David Burrow ate McMum's past and piesentjMiss Campbell Donnie Camp- student goxunment bell Peggy Campbell. Milt Ches- Hnllowing a picnu lunch the. tei Mai sha Cockrell Dick Coun- gioup led b Gene Honnx dis- ttss Gene Davidson Nancy Dtck- tussid fou i ate.ts Fust was "The Ison Don Dix Orland Gilbeit Bob Htstoix of Student Government at I Hay wot th Cuitis Johnson Jane MeMum" l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1956

The War Whoop BEAT THE WILDCATS BACK THE INDIANS VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS. SEPTEMBER 14. 1956 NO. 1 McMurry Adds Fifteen To 1956-1957 Faculty BBBBBBBI BBBBBBBBBBBj laBBBBBBBBBM 0 I jBBBBBBBBBj tM " g- y bHbbLLLh .H DR. H. M. TIETZ . . . biology Degree Awarded ToSwedish Bishop Bishop Odd Aithui Hagen of Stockholm Sweden was awaided the honoiaiy doctoi of laws do- DON'T FORGET APPOINTMENTS AH McMuuy College stu- dents and faeult mombeis aie uiged to keep then appoint- ments on time for having class pictuies made next week (Monda y thiough Thuisday afternoons) for the 1957 Totem college annual. Llovd J o n e s commei cial photogiuphcr foi the yeaibook will be set up for the shootings in the Radfot d Faculty Lounge from 1 to 5 p m Monday thiough Thursday Sept. 17-20. -- i BT BBBBBBB Bk BBBBBBBBBBL4riBV BBBV A.& am BBBBBBBTarEaBk 'arkf! BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBT"''"sBV1' 99BBBBBBBBBBYsTnfl''F F Hbybbbbbbbbbbbbksbbf BBp StBBBB9BBBBBBBBBi vJ&2BBBBBBH3siNh1SrBBBBBBBBv.3BBBBT V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1956

SEPTEMBER M. 1SS6 PAGE 2 mitkd fopuu arm THE WAR WHOOP 2inina Mall j.t t0 rials " VTEsibbbbbbbbbbbW i ;' " IbV MR. AND MRS. BILL SMITH . . . dining hall hosts DEVOTIONAL The Game Of Christianity There wiis a f (tot bal I team once which had nol lost a name in three years. Thi team began to think that it was unbeatable; then one night the impossible happen- cd the team lost its first name in over three years. The players quite naturally were sad because each player knew that the team which beat them was not as good. The team decided ihat it would not lose the next name .so all week each player talked about how hard he was going to block how hard he was going to tackle. Each one was going to give his b .;. Ail week lone each player talked about how hard ho was . going to play. Then name time I came. No player blocked as hard as he said ht was. None tackled a? hard. No one played as hard as I lie said he was going to. Another same was lost. For the entire week preceding I that name the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1956

THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 3 Tribe Opens Against ACC Saturday i Indians Seek Third y I JR. Jiiuiym ffiii vvci Crosstown Rivals SEPTEMBER 14. 19S6 iL ! mm BILL GORMAN JIM BRIGGS JIM HENDERSON IKe&ervation flow hta Rej "Drue" mm A uman By BARBARA JONES Wo arc always hearing talk of true MeMurrians. This year on the campus wo actually have a Hue McMurriiiti not only in per- son but also in name. Gwendolyn McMurry a fresh- man from Levelland is one of the newest to join t h e Indian tribe. Upon questioning Gwen about the origin of her name she said that her family was not exactly sure how the name McMurry was derived but she added that it was definitely Irish. Attending McMurry must run in the McMurry family because Owen's mother was a graduate of here. Gwen said that the name did not have anything to do with her coming to McMurry. She panic because she wanted to attend a church-related school. She also feels that McMurry has a good speech department and plans to major in speech. Gwen Osbor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 14 September 1956

THE WAR WHOOP SEPTEMBER 14. IIM PAGE 4 Campus News in Brief. . . It's Dr. tanning Now Frank W. Limning associate professor of education received the doctor of education degree from North Texas State College in August Dr. Lannmg who joined the McMurry faculty in September 1955 wrote his doctor's disserta- tion on "Selected Factors of Group Interaction and Their Re- lation With Level of Readership Performance." McMurry Adds-- (Continucd from Page 1) ecived his AB and MA degrees from Ohio Wcsleyan University. He later received the MS and PhD degrees in chemistry from the University of Kansas. Dr. Long has taught at Man- chester College University of Wisconsin University of Kansas and has served as head of the chemistry departments at Kansas Wcsleyan Taylor University Up- per Iowa University and Bethel College. He is a member of the Ameri- can Chemical Society and other professional societies and the Methodist Church. Dr. Tictz who will be acting head of McMurry's biology de- partment h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1956

Dr. Cooke Speaks At Opening Chapel "The greatest tragedy of the I world is for men and women to prostitute their God-given human dignity and character" Dr. Hflrold G. Cooke said Tuesday morning delivering the convocation ad- dress for the formal opening of the 34th annual session at Mc- Murry College. The McMurry president speak- ing to the student body fnculty and guests of the college in Rad- ford Auditorium said that "If you would know yourselves you must study to know God for He made you in His image." Dr. Cooke's topic was "The Dig- nity of Man." "The relationship that God de- sires to have with man is one in which man will stand before Him CF Makes Plans For Coming Year At Annual Retreat The Christian Foundation Coun- cil met at Camp Tonkawa Satur- day Sept. 15 at 6 a.m. Following breakfast the Council began planning this year's program and discussed and evaluated last year's work. The meeting ended at 12:30 with lunch. Christian Foundation programs this semester will include:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1956

THE WAR WHOOP SEPTEMBER 21. 1IM DEVOTIONAL PAGE 2 KiZjitZvuZH By Gene Davidson IWMK2 Now ihnt classes have beun most of us will bo wntinR thtmes ( vol V so often A lot of the fiesh- min especially will he piopai- inK woiklv EnRlish masteipieees In case you arc fiosh out of idias I ran on to a fioshman theme that was wntten scveial years ago 1 hesitate to sa what p ado was iceeived but this miRhl Rive ou an idea an5way 'The duck is a low hea-set bud composed mosth of moat bill and fenthns His head sits on one end and he sits on the othu Thuo ain't no between to his tots The duek has onlv two lens and the are stl so fai ap.ut that tin pi city near miss his bod Hov ducks ale called diakes Drakes don't have to sot oi hatch just loaf ro swimminR and tat If 1 was a duck I'd lath- er be a di ake " Pitttv Rood no? Wtll we lost a htaitbioakcr Satin da niRht All I can say is Wait till '57!" Also lot's "play like" the sea- son is just stalling and back those football bos all the way against VT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1956

SEPTEMBER 21 USB THE WAR WHOOP PAGE 9 Ljein Social Lluad rri ave air ij Hv&rHBimiBH aVat J9HF aakBBRiBKSIIIIIIIIIfl ' B BBBBBBmI bmsF BBBBBBlS. aW-. BBBBm ET BBBBMP'Jt m LITTLE BUSINESS MANAGER OrUnd Gilbert who works in the Business Offica. it inn ai ha fig- urat expenses of McMurry ttudantt. Thit it always a familiar scana at registration tima. (Staff photo by Richard Hamrick). Campus Calendar Fn Sept 21 Petitions due foi Rosen ation Princess and Chief McMurry Forum noon Jr Class Picnic Sat Sept 22 West Texas State in Canyon Football Mon Sept 24 Volunteers noon Student Council S .30 p m Wah Wahtaysee Tea 6 00 p m Tucs Sept 25 Election of Campus Favorites Pc Mons due for Freshman Officers Class Meetings in Chapel Circle K noon Spanish Club 6pm Sen- ate 7pm Debate Club and Tau Kappa Alpha 8pm Wed Sept 26 Runoffs for Campus Favorites Press Club noon Boys Dorm Council 5 30 p m Christian Foundation 7 p m Thurs Sept 27 C F Council noon Sat Sept 29 Football Texas A & I at Indian ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 21 September 1956

THE WAR WHOOP SEPTEMBER 21. 1156 PKQE A Wildcats Slip By Indians In Hard-Fought Battle 26-23 Sports The McMurry Indians went to Fair Park Stadium Saturday night favored to win their third straight victory over their cross-town riv- als the ACC Wildcats but they lost the hard-fought battle 26-23. The Indians hit pny-dirt in the first quarter after a pass inter- ception by quarterback John Mc- Ciary on the McMurry 46-yard line. Three plays later Weldon Brevaid went over for the first six points. Robert Baker's kick was good. After being tied 7-7 Baker kicked a 34-yard field goal that looked like it might be the margin of victory as ACC was pushed back to its 10-yard line by a clip- ping penalty with the fourth quar- ter more than half gone. Eight plays later however Wildcat Eddie Campbell raced across from 20 yards out with the clincher for ACC. Top offensive men for the In- dians were McCrary who gained 70 yards in six carries and Rich- ard Tolliver who took 64 yards in 16 carries. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1956

AiP 9 rr. M Ml' W 1V1.JT ADlU.NL. IEXAS x' .SjjBjkejw .BJfcw. .BB. . V Vkftf fcrSs W' "aw kjfc i ifc W gjj3J 'jeS?1 ekHflkwsF sImwjbiiT '-Jl VIRGINIA DAVIS NANCY MeLAREN SYLVIA SOUTH SHIRLEY WHEAT CARL ANDERSON BOBBY HAYWORTH BOB WASHAM Students Urged To Vote in Elections Campus Favorites Chosen But Results Are Secret Until HC All eligible students arc urged Powell BiownfHd; Johnnv Ray- The War Whoop VOL. 34 McMURRY COLLEGE. ABILENE. TEXAS SEPTEMBER 28. 19S6 NO. 3 mond Suniav; Gail Smith Am anita Secietarj. Dai lone Ellison Bal- mothea; Betty Haines Odessa; to vote in today s elections in which class favorites and fresh- man officeis aie to be chosen Already elected but with the tesults still secret ate Chief Mc-Kaien Hopkins Ahiler Muny and Reservation Piincess. These campus-wide favorites and the runncrs-up aie to be present- ed .it coronation cetomonies Fn- riuy. Oct 5 Candidates foi McMuity's top washam Approved jEarly HC Set As Third Judge ' For Next week Bob Washam scm o r fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1956

PAOE t THE WAR WHOOP SEPTEMBER II. ItM t 4 ?3ctiZU By Gene Davidson mRNmB I have hcaid quite n few gripes about Homecoming being caily So I m LoiiiL to give a little pep talk Honuenmme docs iush us a little this eni Wi havt had only two uks of el issls and the big week end is sevtn days away It s LoinK to be hard to Ret the fulinj of Homecoming this year but it s got to come We can 1 1 have a few people tunning around I like chickens with their heads cut off while the list of us just hit on our haunches and wonder what s going on This reunion is staged primari- ly for the exes but we sometimes tend to forget that It is the job of the entire student body to work together on this thing and really give the exes a big time Speeches speeches and speech- es have been made about keep- ing the school spirit high so I won't dwell on that much We've lost two in a row now and it's time wc beat those Java Have a Hava will Hogs anyway Speaking of football I saw the WT game last week Boy1 Nobody ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1956

SEPTEMBER 21 1IM THE WAR WHOOP PAOE S HEAD BANDSMEN Pictured abova are the McMurry Indian Band officers of 1956-57. Left to right are Don Davit vice-pretident: Stella Bergen secretary; and Willis Giddent president (Staff photo by Richard Hamrick). Indian Band Ready For Full Year's Work Ahead By JOHN GRABLE Mauln Gilhland John Grablc N.iikn GriffittN Shirley Hall Don Hamilton Claudine Hamnor Ed- d e J Heniy Ernestine Hoffman Betle Hooker Miss King Miss Kinnaid Betty Lemons Jerrie LeMond Ed Lewis Miss Lynn CjioI McClellan Paul Matthews Also J Weldon Moore Gloria tftmior irfalon larly Membcis of the Junior Class were ontcitained at a watermelon part held Fiidav Sipt 21 at Kiiby Park The class council was in ch.ugc of airangcmcnts Piesidml Dar- lell Vinos appointed steral com- mittees to cue for detailed plans Aftir eating sccral watcimil-l ons Bclt Shew belt and Glona Musgravo ltd the gioup in scv- eial games Social W It l r i By MARSHA COCKRELL Alpha Pi Alpha Alpha Pi Alpha had its fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 28 September 1956

PAGE 4 THE WAR WHOOP SEPTEMBER 21. ISM Tommy Watkins Chosen Captain ton as a Tribi' teiminul in 1948 find I!I4!I. Tommy Watkins of Odessa vct- c ran end with the MeMuny In- dians was elected Monday by his teammates as captain foi the re- mainder of tin; I9SB season. Char- lie Davis sophomore guard Horn Stnmfotd was elected alternate captain. The choice of Watkins as play- ng thief of Coach Tommy Ellis's Indian squaid minks a new policy at McMuiry. Heretofore the Red- skins have elected new co-cap-turns on the eve of each name. Watkins twice an all-Texas Confeience selection at left end i.s in his fourth season as a Me- Muny staiter. McMurry which won 22 lost (i and tied 2 during the first three yeais of Watkins' tenuie has gotten off to a dismal stint in the 1050 campaign drop- ping its fust two games to Abi- lene Chustian College 2B-23 and West Texas State 33-7. Watkins caught three passes for 4(5 yards and two touchdowns against ACC and he added two more catches for 53 yards and o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War Whoop — 5 October 1956

UBRMW to McMURW coupt ocr n mm ltww Favorites to Be Announced at Coronation afi di 3 k ;Xk -MLfe olHj. yHBHHiHL r Lj f 2fafeiiBsssi MpHHHtfA sbbbbbbbbbbbbbCJ Brt'' wESLbbI 1 tfiftawliiVi i l msbbbbbbbbbbbbbbWsbvsv nMs1sib j3IHk.vBHk. rjJJaJaasBsssssssl Xr 4HB?V J3J(V B0P i ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI v lHlaw ilia -r iyBsHB As Homecoming has airtvod at last and as coronation time noars an important question still remains unanswered in the minds of students and exes Who will be presented as campus royalty? Elected to a run-off last week weie five candidates for the top popularity honors Virginia Davis Nancy McLaren Carl Anderson Bobby Hayworth and Hob Washam miss uals Minor from Pan handle is an elemental IT'S TWO OF THESE Campus favorites to be pratanltd tonight will coma from these five candi- data!. Laft to right they ara Carl Andaraon. Swaitwatar: Bobby Hayworth Big Spring; Nancy Mc- Laran. Anton; Virginia Davit Panhandla; and Bob Watham. Swaatwatar. (Staff photo by Richard ...

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