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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 March 1926

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 March 1926

eft: !7TT (V T. ' " -rv ty"C - r .J . j' A.." A.j ff IT . "V 71 . - ' aJ Er-y 5 r? "i- - PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST ''M' j- a.st '..' j iTFTTTi Hi v tJR You will bo pleased with our now styles in SPRING FOOTWEAR We also have the now colors in Hosiery The Cinderella Bootery Always Something Now Young Men's Meeting March 8 1926. C:45 P. M. Subject: "The Wonderful Christ." 1. Prophecy Iso. 9:0-7 Deut. 18:15. 2. Teacher Matt. B 0 7. 3. Death 1 Peter 2:10-23. 4. Resurrection Mntt. 28:1-8 18-20. Auditorium Room 7 Room 10 Lender Hermnn Cnmpbell Ross Dnwklns Ross Glvens Song Leader S. V. Colley . . . Sullvan Gibson Raymond Howard Reader Johnlo Brown .. . . Ren Dill ..Harry Faulk Prayer Robert Coffmnn Aclo Estea Oscar Kelley 1st Speaker Dannlo Conley... Bill Golden Craig Lynn 2nd Speaker Marvin Cnrr.. . . Willis Green Harold McDonald 3rd Speaker- Chnrllo Dnmron Cecinl Hill Ellis McGnughey 4th Spenker.. . . Carl Fry.... - Henry Hogg George King Faculty Bro. Brown . . - Bro. Shownlter Bro. Sikes P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 March 1926

QjftHljttW i 'PiiiTi i" 'II i " ' ''MilwliinilTTiiiiiWiiffnMiwi w BMfcir 1 ;.;.;- "'- .l"vVf4i.5- FRESHMAN EDITION . "'; '' "r; 111;''. " "FINAL EXAMS'" ' JSfiflUr-ilrf PfKt-irT i W ' UME XI"' AIJILENH CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 11 192G. " :::::::; 7 . i -i it rv h V mf - 3 T. I. A. A. Mentors Name All-Star Players of Season "SITTING ON or; TW WORLD" THREE T. I A. A. MENTORS N VME ALL-STAR PLAYERS OF SEASON Selections of all T. I. A. A. basket- ball tennis hns been secured from three coaches of teams which finished with n good percentage in the assoc- iation Saturday night. A. H. Morris of Abilene Christian College and R. E. Blnlr of Daniel linker named first nnd second teams. Coach Itcid of the champion Denton Eagles though le- fusing to select first and second choices named a squad of ten men Coaches of other leading T. I. A. A. clubs have been asked for their ideas ns to all-star material find their answers should be ready for publi- cation soon. Hayes North Texas forward a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 March 1926

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 March 1926

v&vmw&TW fisy niB WHf J i i f f - THE OPTIMIST ".' 'i - " ".'f?' iiimiiiiiiiMiiiiMiii it i hi nil urn ir 3 BSBI!lBMl!l5?!lvRiH s?1 'j v - o f. . . PAGE- 3 aWWBSff.'. 1K8BF iSBBt. . ;.r I 1 ": fY' ! i t f"T w -j :: IBf Theo Powell leadm A.C.C.Wildcats With 239 Points for Season; Team Won 17 Games Theo Powell firoy bended cnptnin of tho A. C. C. bnskotbnll team mn- ncrs up In tho T. I. A. wnB not n lead; er in nnmo only. The lecord of in dividual scores show Hint in tho 20 Bnmes played by tho Wllentn in 102(1 ho led in everything but pumnnnl fouls. Ninety-nine baskets counted from tho floor plus -11 mmlo from the foul ring kvo him an nfjKieKnte of 239 points 103 of which were mnde in tho nine association jjntnoft played by A. C. C. His best in one contest was done ngnlnst Howard Payne when he runjr ten field goals and one free toss and his lowest count was in the hist Tec-It game at Lubbock with II flold heaves. Only four times did Powell fall be low ten points. Besides his sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 March 1926

''i Vsf.V "' "Jtttes " " .'..'' '-i ' . iSrti'jiriViiiai'iiiiii'ii -;v'"l '- ' ' . ;-r -r F " V e irrr- T W-fi?- '' .71.-Tr W)in-f UU U!OTt.: THE OPTIMIST hbk?wi "it jhjt i i nin ii inimii i ii im i si im m miw iii ii i h i i iimsi ! inn i i iiimiii i i v d 61 ' Oris y ' n Si THEY WILL SURELY PLEASE Nowest Styles in tho Popular Colors. With Box Hcols The Cinderella Bootery H Always Something New ini . ww Young Men's Meeting Monday March 1G 1U26. 7 I'. M. SUIUECT: PAKAHI.ES. Mnrringo of the King's Son. Mutt. 22:1-11. The Good Shepherd. John 10:-18. A I'rcncher l"roti the Dend. Luke 10:19-31. Unprofitnbo Servants. Mutt 2B:M-30. Itoom 7 Allen Walker i 2. 3. 4. Auditorium Lender .. Eugene Kroner Render Craig Lynn Song Lender Stnndluc Mitchell Prnyer... . D. P. Shore 1st Speaker J. D. Moss 2nd Speaker Abner Morris 3rd Spenker Robert Shownltor 4th Speaker II. V. Stnndley Pnculty Walter Adams MRS. WEEMS PLAYS IN CHAPEL THURSDAY AS THE CHAPEL "SPEAKERS I'UOr. WEEMS INTUOUCES HIS WIPE WHO PL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1926

SOPHOMORE EDITION ItBttBt SPRING AND FINALS HERE FORWARD YE SOPHOMORES VOLUME XIII. AHILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 18 192G NUMBER 24 3R&J& ? - 3 Comic Opera" Pinafore" will Be Presented Here in April Active work has been begun on the Pinafore which nccordlng to infor matlon from Miss Dunn is to be Riven again in the Spring term The sue cess of tho operetta a story of sen life was so great when presented bo- foro that thcro hnvc been an unusual number of requests for its rendition the second time Miss Dunn head of the voice de- partment of A. C C has assembled an unusual amount of talent for the staging of the Pinafore and the train- ed choruses should surpass those of last jenr with ease Joe Ireland one of West Texas' best high tenors is to take the leading part while owing to the absence of Florlne Tubbs n substitution has bi.cn made for the leading lady character The plcksd voices .consist of members from the student body and of people out in town. Never before i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1926

PAGE TWO THE OPTIMIST 3!fiO($(M PnblUhed Weekly by the Students of Abllcno Christian College. i Office Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year 160 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST ADILENC TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor in-Chief FRANK ETTER Iiuslness Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associate Editor ERNEST II. WITT VIRGIL SMITH EMORY MORRIS. MILLARD HUMPHREY- LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK Assistant Editor Religious Editor -Circulation Manager Assistant Editor . Assistant Editor Assistant Editor SOPHOMORE EDITION EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR . RELIGIOUS EDITOR . ASSISTANT EDITOR . PRICE SANDERS JIM KERR . ARTHUR COLEMAN HUBERT SWEET Contributors: Loyd Wllmon Millard Humphrey Alecn Cooke Myrtico Humphrey Esther Loving Clarence Nelson. WORDS OP GREETING CONFUSED STUDENTS GENERATE NEW SONG FAILURE TO CATCH BUS GIVES RISE TO COLLEGIATE ANTHEM In Abilene Texas thero Is a big yellow bus. There Is a sign on that bus wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1926

THE OPTIMIST PAGEOTKEK Inventory of the Sophohwre Class is Given Second Year Men Prove Valuable to the Institution A Comeback at Claims of Other Classes In n recent Frcshmnn edition of Tho Optimist thcro appeared an nrtl- clo exalting the Importance of tho lowliest class In school. To nn ex- tent it seemed that there was only ono group In A. C. C. that contained talent within Its members. In tho following records that aro to bo given nn invitation for comparison is ex- tended to tho readers of The Optimist; comparison in tho literal senso of tho word but In reality nono what- ever when tho superiority of the Sophomoro class Is known. Tho athletics of A. C. C. would bo torn to pieces If tho Sophomore cluss woro to bo prohibited from partici- pation. In football five men were furnished from that group and it will bo noticeable that out of these five camo tho stars on tho Wildcat squad Hill Powell Capt. Beall Richards and Damron wero men furnished from this class and in every gamo play...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 March 1926

page rpup THB OPTIMIST NEW STYLES ARRIVING DAILY Short Vamps in the newest color combination. Sheer Silk Hoso to match. The Cinderella Bootery Always Something Different. RADICAL CHANGES ON CAMPUS ARE SEEN AS RESULT OF ENERGY In accord with the policy of the collcgo there tho small Improvements constantly being made around Abilcno Christian College. In fact these Im- provements are so numerous that they soon make big one little things al- ways make big things where there Is Abilcno Christian College. Just a few of the changes for the hotter that have been mado arc: tho rebuilding of "Pifflo Kerr Hall" alias tho incencrator. This work was ac- complished under tho skillful hands of bricklayers Fred Ashley Marvin Bryant and Ray Sill. Tho next ad- vance is tho cleaning out of the old coal bin under the library. This af- fords a largo and well protected storeroom for tho Dramatic Club which organization paid for this change in order that they might have a place to keep their valuable sta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1926

- f'jsaii jthji P ' "Scr't " vi1 i V '. ' ' uf ' '"( UNANIMOUS JUNIORS VOLUME XIII. AIHLENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY MARCH 25 192G. NUMBER 25 vff yffwi WiPiHPWpjj'y 'li( W4IMHHHHHSni junior edition - ";t- ; '. "v4 ;r I JUNIOR - NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY FOR DEBATE WITH WHEATON ILL. SCHOOL AUNER MORRIS AND GEORGE KING MAY MEET HIGH POW- ERED FORENCIS TEAM OP NORTH DEBATE BE HELD NEXT MONTH Child Labor and Prohibition Question Aro Used by Whcaton in Extended Debating Tour of U. S. Ono of tho best forensic attractions of tho year is scheduled for tho week ending April 17 when Wheaton Col- lege of Whcaton Illinois will debato A. C. C. in tho local auditorium. Tho arrangements were mado for tho de- bato by wlro last Saturday when it was announced that Wheaton would pass through Abilcno on a three month's tour of the United States. Wheaton will bring fivo men to Abilene and three of these men are expected to debato against A. C. C. Thcao fivo men nro completing a rec- ord debnting tour ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1926

. i m &. ' p Tii.riMwt.i THE OPTIMIST w- r .mtmimmmmmmm j TsrrfBrsfflrarf9in!S5msMaBBBMBBHtBBiBBMaB w 9' PAGE TWO Bali I IS :1 I1 V .' i A ' i 46. t ! H 'I Is !! 1 i s - ff $j&L6tB& Published Weekly by the Students Offico Green Building Room A Subscription Per Year Address nil correspondence and mako all Money Orders Pnyablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Inter-collegiato Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associato Editor vnM . . ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH EMORY MORRIS- MILLARD HUMPHREY LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK JUNIOR CECIL HILL OSCAR KELLY ELLIS McGAUGHEY S. V. COLLEY THE JUNIORS Fourth in the list of Class Editions comes this issu' tho result of the efforts of tho Junior Class. Although tho Class Historinn has not produced his epitaph nor has tho Class Census man enumerated the outstanding assets of tho Class We feel that such a policy is within tho idenls of tho Junior Class. Someone has said t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1926

t .IHPHflRPMIIHBViHB t . .- .4 .'&r " waaaiaai ... vra.. . 7: . ' -..ibkiQTCBBBBrAW7r- -.pfv-..--' :"Trysw : ' ' ' '" '"' nSl(pMMffiB H.Z W !v & w irfv. Mfc F;-i St. W' r.i i; 7 &"' - K'V A L. r1 b w-41 X PROFESSOR SCHUG TO RETURN THIS SUMMER '.POPULAR SPANISH PROFESSOR WILL RETURN FROM LEAVE OP ABSENCE FOR NEXT SESSION THE OPTIMIST PAOETnREE WKIra 1 ' JkiWaPPt'. j SECOND HAND BOOKS WANTED i lIlP P -IN- ! . Ill According to announcements made by'Presldcnt Baxter Howard L.Schug will again tako up his duties as Span- ish instructor beginning with the summer session. Brother Schug has been on leave of absence since last August. Ho has been taking work in University of Texas towards his Ph. U. Professor Schug lias taught in Abi- iono Christian Collego slnco 1017. He is n very popular instructor and is loved by nl who know him. Ho received his B. A. degreo from University of Michigan in 1004 and his M. A. from tho samo institution in 100G. He has taught Latin and German in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 25 March 1926

..Wifhffl. &:' .''V .;.. ..-. ...- .... ..- - t ':"5 .L!U i PAGE FOUR THE OPTIMIST L. . . ::- -4W TTMl I 1 1 111 Mill Mlfc.Miii ' ...... -.-.... . . l- . . . ' .... 'J ' ! v ' 1 V" II fl f M : lu j 1 I J( ft h ft 'to- I jr 7 I: IM if. t. ft f ' mm. taM-jauiwaMUfo'fflPMmfflffiflaiMEffimq NEW EASTER FOOTWEAR ARRIVING DAILY The Cinderella Booterg CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR tBffltnmfflfflmronmnmngmKafflfflmwiMUflimMnromiim Young Men's Meeting Mondny March 29 7:00 P. M. Subject: "Elements of Acceptable Prayer" ' 1. Humility Jas. 4:10. 2. Forgiveness Mark 11:25. 3. Confession Prove. 28:13. 4. Love John 14:13. Auditorium . Room 7 Leader Alfred Lamoio II. V. Stanley Room 10 WHHo Treat Song Leader Craig Lynn Robert Showalter Cullon wilils Reader Harold McDonald Harmon Shankle Perry Wilmcth Prayer Ellis McGaughey Glen Wallace Loid Wllmon 1st. Speaker . Eugene Kroner.. 2nd. Speaker Standlco Mitchell 3rd. Epeaker D. P. Shore 4th. Speaker Allen Walker Faculty . .. Bro. Brewer ..G. K. Walla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 April 1926

li. lOQj iiHvrv - M .!" 11 IKIif 11 4- looj iiadv M m ' jm t' im: m ih mr mKxf n- jm m h m h h h y imi hi r il. w w t N VOLUME XIII. ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 1 192G. NUMBER 20 r i '. I i -Jr MORRIS Total EmiFllinni3nit New A. Verbal Warriors Battle Way to Victory at Oklahoma City Phillips and Ada Teachers By winning a unanimous decision over tho East Central State Teachers' College at Adn Oklahoma Monday night Morris and King Christian College debaters made n clean sweep of a scries of verbal battles engaged in with colleges of the neighbor state to tho north. It was their third vic- tory in five days and completed the most extensive as well as most sue cessful tour ever made by A. C. C. debaters. Tho subject for debate was "Re- solved: That tho Constitution of the United States Should Bo Amended In Such a Manner as to Give Congress the Right to Regulate Child Labor." A. C. C. held tho negative side of the issue. Previous to tho debate with tho Ada Teachers Morris an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 April 1926

PAGE TWO . THE OPTIMIST i i - " l.. It 1 - ' el 1 : ' . u iiijwji.wiwwi"Mwe3J'iwwl'lw' iHk dH Published Weekly by tlio Students of Abilene Christian College. Offlco Green Building Room A Subscription Per Yenr . ?1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Member of Texas Intor-colleRiato Press Association BURTON COPFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK ETTER Business Manager HENRY T. HOGG Associato Editor ERNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH ... CHARLIE DAMRON MILLARD HUMPHREY LOID W1LMON . ALEEN COOK Assistant Editor Religious Editor Circulation Manngcr ... . Assistant Editor ...Assistant Editor Assistant Editor SENIORS LAY GAUNTLET BEFORE PROFS. FOR GAME SENIOR EDITION LOUISE MILLER . HAROLD L. ANDERSON WELDON COOPER ERNEST WALLS Editor Assistant Editor Associate Editor Religious Editor CHAPEL Wouldn't it be a change to go to chapel once in a while nnd get a glimpse of a "hard-boiled" 'faculty member? Questions of this kind nre commonly heard amo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 April 1926

V y .j . A. .' .J. KB ttrifcz-1"? rmVJg-jggHhr.-AM'ji'fc'-- -. jJgHCWP'-ifc&Aj&aai .. a j-A .S.lafyl T. ' Ah.. .rW. . . w iTY .i. -ij ... .ji..'i r4 -m3jp. -' - THE OPTIMIST WILDCATS TURN CANYON BUFFS BACK IN OPENERS TO 4 PAGE.TIIKEE Y$i . i whs $A ' .fiw . .J - ' THURMAN WHIFFS 15 IN WEDNESDAY MATINEE ON SIMMONS BALL GROUNDS ERRATIC FIELDING IS CHIEF CHARACTERISTIC OF DEFENSE DIAMOND CREW PRESENTED Although nccordcd ragged support by his team mntes "Preacher" Thur- mnn gave an exhibition of masterful hurling for tho A. C. C. Wildcats on Parramore Field Wednesday after- noon to turn tho Canyon swatsmtths back 8 to A in th season opener for tho Christians. Duffitfo batters approached tho plato on fifteen different occasions only tto bo set back after three vicious cuts at tho great open senpes nnd but six safeties were garnered off the deliv- ery of tho local ace two of which resulted from extremely poor judg- ment In fielding the ball. An extremely chilly atmosphere although...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 April 1926

v - cr1cs U?. - ' "" "MPP .4 ' &tfms PAOJJJFOUR . THE OPTIMIST li ItJ l !: I Hi f 1 4 i V i V. I: ."5 I MIWlllil(aaiCTiugroflmowa)fflmffiffl THE VERY NEWEST SHOES FOR EASTER The Cinderella Bootery CREATORS OF NOVELTY FOOTWEAR yBft.iMLiimirfflMMmmmtommMBmmmmnmm FROM HALL TO HALL DAISY Yes peace reigned in Dnisy. In the absence of Louise Kirk Modcllc Simp- son Alccn Cook Mildred Moycrs Kntherlne Huff nnd Helen Shownlter third floor settled Into a state that reminded us of tho "Little Red School House" in the summer time. Louise Kirk spent a few days at tho homo of Modcllo Simpson in Lubbock. Mil- dred Moyers wont to Ferris for a short visit with her parents Helen Showalter and Aleen Cook visited friends in Wichita Falls. The inmates of Daisy regret the loss of ono of their number as Mary Dodson leaves for Oklahomo. Mary plans to return to A. C. C. next fall as a senior. With a loss there is often a gain and so is it truo of Daisy Hall for in about two weeks Gertrude Reach is expec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1926

ADILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY APRIL 8 192 NUMBER 27 MORRIS MEN BRING IN THREE MORE VICTORIES THIS WEEK $ VOLUME XIII. :fl N SCRUGGS PITCHES FACULTY TO 4-0 WIN OVER THE SENIORS ON ALL FOOLS DA Y WHIFFS EIGHTEEN MEN IN THREE UP THREE DOWN STYLE GAME IS FEATURED BY HEAVY HITTING BY THE PRO PESSORS PINCH HITTERS FAN OUT Seniors accept defeat with noble spirit; Four year men offer no Alibi because many saw game By his unerring marksmanship Coach Guy Scruggs pitched the Dirty Sox Club (Faculty) into a glo- rious 4-0 victory last Thursday April tho first their first victory over the No Sox Club (Seniors) In four years. Aside from Miss Shipp's going to breakfast this Faculty-Senior baso- ball gamo marked the day as the big- gest of events although there wns also a little scrub game between the A. C. C. varsity team and Canyon Normal later in tho day. Tho faculty and seniors .aro scheduled to play baseball every year on April 1st nnd tho occasion is always looked forward to with keen an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 April 1926

Hrr 3S sf "-c? -j a Hf "Wvi PAGE TWO THlJ OPTIMIST . i HE Hr & ! V l PabUshed Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. SabicripUon Per Office Green Building Room A Yoar ! fl.G0 Address all correspondence and mako all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST ABILENE. TEXAS. Momber of Texas Inter-collocinto Press Association BURTON COFFMAN Editor-in-Chief FRANK KITES Business Manager MILLARD HUMPHREY Assoclato Editor KRNEST H. WITT- VIRGIL SMITH CHARLIE DAMRON ... MILLARD HUMPHREY LOID WILMON ALEEN COOK Blatant Editor Religious Editor Circulation Manager Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor UNCONSCIOUS HUMOR It is only fair to say that we have excellent tenchcrs in A. C. C men of vision of responso to situation and of noble character; but it requires only a paucity of imagination to picture them a they really arc minor flaws Included. What do wo have then in our picture? Hero for instance is a chapel scene. The second bell has just rung but many of the shcopy...

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