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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 January 1923

r " A i ; 'A' iw5Dffiffl5rffl5iraraf35ffinm!M)orfiMfflfflHi THE ROUND-UP Alumni and Ex-Student News Edited by Willie Ray McDonald mmmmmmmmiwmBfMjmiKimwMi Cliofoo Shantung China Nov. 27 1922. Mr. 11. II. Hullo Editor Simmons Brand Abilene Texas U. S. A. My Dear Mr. Hutto: Your splendid paper full of just such news as I desired to have has just reach- ed mo in this far away land. Let me thank you for your efforts and congratulate you on your plans to reach all the graduates and ex-students of Simmons. I can not think of one who has ever been a Sim- monsltc as being so dead thrico dead as not to love and work for the on going of his Alma Mater. In our busy vocations we do not forget her but naturally need something to keep us in touch with hrr activities. I am glad you are making this effort. We get our salaries in Mexican Dollars but I am sending to Shanghai for the $3.00 Gold and it will be forth com- ing. Hope you do not despair and take my name off of your list before tho money rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 January 1923

MEN'S GYM WORK PROVES UNUSUALLYBENEFICIAL Physical training for men a feature of education which has often been neglected in Simmons as well as in other institu- tions took a new and more systematic turn during the fall terra and the work in Marston Gymnasium under tlio direc- tion of Coach Y. P. Kuhn has proven very profitable to the students not taking part in the regular scheduled athletics as cvl-n ced by the acrobatic oxhlbltlon staged just before the holidays. The work wus con- ducted in regular scheduled classes and a written examination was given at the close of the ttrm. Coach Kuhn states that the interest in the work was good and he re- ceived a number of excellent papers which show that the boys were really benefitted by the term's work. The examination questions together with the answers reveal something of the nature of the work as well as the benefit to be derived from it as the following paper which received the highest grade will show: Mental-Physical Examination. 1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 January 1923

ffiu$ immonsSnmfl i - Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1923. Number 17 Nsw J9 (A SIMMONS AUSTIN GAME AT WICHITA OCT. 5TH COWBOYS AND KANGAROOS WILL CLASH ON GRID AT TEXAS-OKLAIIOMA FAIR. 1923 SCHEDULE BROADENED Game With Baylor Bears Is Set For September 25 nt West Texas Fair. Definite arrangements for the appear- ance of tlio 1923 Simmons Cowboy foot- hall eleven at the Texas-Oklahoma Fair at Wichita Falls Friday October 5 have been completed according to A. B. Hays atldctic director at Simmons College. The Covbo)s meet the Austim College Kangaroos leaders along with Simmons In the T. I. A. A. during the past seuson financial guarantees sufficient to satisfy both schools having been made. The Simmons-Austin game was original- ly scheduled for Sherman the Kangaroos having met Simmons on the local field here November 3. However when con- tracts for the 1923 season were signed it was requested of the Austin College athletic officials if they would agree to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 January 1923

.' Si' CllP Simmons Brand $ Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Qub in the Interett of the Student' Body of Simmons College. Entered at Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 K0I1EGE (COMMENTS Membtr of the Texas lnter-Collegiale Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. WHAT OTHERS THINK. HOMER H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMEK S. BIRD Managing Editor MYRTLE BARBER Issuo Editor Reporters: Arthur Bullock Nelson Hut- to Alberta Howell Bcttie Vaughn Chas. R. Smith Scott Johnson. T. I. P. A. The ideal of Simmons is to develop men and women to be all round citizens- emphasis on the all round. Her Ideal is to produce the best of the state in the three-fold phases of her curriculum. She has not failed to rise to a portion of her ideal; she has failed to rise to another portion. All year wo have talked and worked and planned for the T. I. A. A. Wc have rall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 January 1923

mwwwmsmm jr '"!r.7f.T '';rK3ISWH3!''C K k "T": ''W!S''5l'nsl!:T "'- - ."? jtcr'': f E-L-MCAFE Have you visited our Lunch Room? Hot Hamburgers and Chilli. Lots of good things to cat and drink. Fruits and Candies. 2242 HICKORY -. m M?'v' - sssmassxEHM & : A.r r ' L " ' f .i '-' .IHi1 ?.t iIXB: Wfi'.H !1 ;'::t ' m ; ' v 'si '-''" ' ' i -r -t ? i WtnKEKKIKEKKKKKKKKKKEXHWvf&ZifjKjEmtT'-j lv&fc!?Xtii'&'ilii Z4AT ABILENE BUSBY & CROWDER CHIROPRACTORS Phone 113 ABILENE :: :: TEXAS mwsxigMimi .;. - THE WAITER. MME. ERNESTINE SCHUMANN-HEINK THE WORLD'S GREATEST CONTRALTO COMING APRIL 7 UNDER AUSPICES OF SIMMONS LYCEUM COURSE. lly Edgar A. Giic.it. I met him in n college town a youngster with u grin And he was sweeping up the floor when I was ushered in. When 1 had registered my name lie put aside his broom To grab my suitcase from the floor and show mo to my room. That night at dinner I beheld that young- ster at my side "We've pork and lamb" said lie to mc "potatoes baked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 January 1923

LITERARY SOCIETY NEWS PHtLO. The Philo Society met Friday at 3;30 iri thd Philo hall (or a business meeting th new president Mr. Clarence Thomp- son In charge. The fcaturo of the program was the reading of the constitution and by-laws. After considerable debate the members decided to rc-adopt and abide by them. Tho president announced that the roll would bo completely revised and called at tiic next meeting- All members in reg- ular attendance will remain on tho roll of active membership all others will be honorary members. Tho president urged that every member remain active and be a loyal Philo. MARY Ei The ' members of tho Mary E Society entertained with a very interesting and unique program Friday afternoon the new officers in charge. The roll was called and a new roll was made out. About seventy-five per cent of tho members answered to the roll. The Brass Band was applauded by hearty laughter. This music was rendered by motions of tho hands and the mouth. A very classical piece ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 January 1923

foi. imraons Brand Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1923. Number IK HINSHAW QUARTET OPENS LYCEUM COURSE JAN. 30 WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW PRE- SENTS FOUR CONCERT SONG ARTISTS. FISH COP 3 SCALPS AND CLAMOR FOR FRESH MEAT SIMMONS PAYS HOMAGE TO DECEASED "DAMIT" COLLEGE DEBATERS ARE CHOSEN AND ASSIGNED FRESHMAN STEALS NAME OF A POPULAR JUNIOR COWBOYS AND KANG'ROOS WILL MEET AT MARSTON INTERCLASS SERIES PROMISES TO BE INTERESTING; FOUR GOOD TEAMS BIDDING. ENTIRE STUDENT BODY JOINS IN MEMORIAL SERVICES TO COLLEGE MASCOT. THREE OF FORENSIC CONTESTS WILL BE STAGED HERE FOURTH AT DENTON. CLASS POSTPONES THEATRE PARTY TO ADOPT RESOLU- TIONS AND SERENADE. TWO GAMES ARRANGED WITH AUSTIN FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY NIGHTS. ht$ y'ir h D -v MUSICAL COM'DY ON PROGRAM "Cox anil Box" n Funny Operetta Yet Beautiful With Its Music. The first College Lyceum number of the ear will .lie presented here by the Hfnshaw Concert Quartet on Tuesday j January 30. The scheduled program con- gist...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 January 1923

- I $tftj? Simmons Brand Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER II. 1IUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD -Managing Editor NELSON HUTTO Issue Editor Reporters: Hoyt Ford Scott Johnson Alberta Howell Bettic Vaughn Myrtl Barber Arthur Bullock Charles Smith. TO THOSE ON THE FOREIGN FIELDS. In the far corners of the earth in al- most every field where Protestant missions have been established men and women of Simmons College arc scattered telling an old old story. The Brand pauses to pay tribute to those wherever they may be today and whatever work may be nt their hand. It is good sometimes to remember that the ideals and the spirit that is here is felt in foreig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 January 1923

I- - CLASSICAL CLUB WILL PRESENT LATIN PLAY The Classical Club composed of stud- ents in the Latin and Creek department will give a play "Dido" on Wednesday evening. The words wilt ho spoken in Latin the actors will wear old Human coMumcs and the setting will he in ancient Car thagc. The hero Aeneas Immortalized by Vir- gil in his Aenld lands on the shores of Carthage and makes his camp within the "fines" of the chieftain Iarba rejected suitor to Dido queen of Carthage. Exciting scenes between Aeneas and Iarbas and the courtship of Aeneas and Dido furnish interest to the plot while the conversations (all in Latin) arc ex- pected to he very elucidating. The play will have for its purpose an instructive und interesting portrayal of life in those old times of myth and legend giving the human touch to these stories that have been handed down from gen- eration to generation. 0 THE OPERATIC COMEDY "COX AND BOX" "COX AND BOX" PRODUCED BY HINSHA W OPERATIC MALE QUARTETTE IS DELIGHTFUL FARCE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 January 1923

NEW FOOTBALL SWEATERS MAKE THEIR APPEARANCE STANDARD GOLD COLOR WITH PURPLE "S" AND SERVICE STRIPE ON SLEEVE. The sweaters for llic 1922 football team were seen In chapel for the first time Wednesday having been Issued to the men tho day before. "The kids arc pretty proud of them" spoke Coach Hays and all Simmons will agree that they have a right to be. Tho sweaters arc the usual gold with the purple "S." A new feature Is tho "service stripe" on the left sleeve each stripe representing n year on tho team thus distinguishing the veterans from the new men. In addition to the regulars Alvis Hull as manager and Coach Hays and Coach Kuhn received sweaters. They were or- dered by Bradley & Stoker of this city the first member of which firm is a grad- uate and former coach of Simmons. n Simmon h Fays Ifomngc o Decensctl "Dnmit" (Con'lnucrt from pnpo on(0 showing a picture of the famous bulldog launched into his speech in which he sought lo pime that Djiuit was a dog that mcrcaina tinsu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 February 1923

imman$ Brand . Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1923. Number 19 HINSHAW QUARTET AT BEST IN "COX AND BOX" COWGIRL QUINTET WILL DEPART FOR WEEK TOUR REEVES LECTURES ON "OVER CIRCUMSTANCES" "COSI FAN TUTTE" NEXT LYCEUM ATTRACTION LATIN PLAY "DIDO" IS COWBOYS TAKE DOUBLE BILL FROM KANGAROOS V SUCCESSFULLY STAGED FUNNY OPERRETTA IS FEATURE OF DELIGHTFUL MUSICAL TREAT TUESDAY NIGHT. MEETING T. W. C DENTON NORMAL AND S. M. U. OR TRINITY U. "YOU CAN BE THAT MAN OR WOMAN THAT YOU DE- SIRE TO BE. MOZART'S OPERA COMIQUE PRESENTED BY HINSHAW HERE FEBRUARY . CLASSICAL CLUB PRESENTA- TION IN FINE ARTS AUDITO- RIUM A1TRACTS CROWD. MARSTON IS THE SCENE OF TWO HARD FOUGHT GAMES MON. AND TUES. NIGHTS. ffhS M3f " r. s GOOD CROWD DESPITE RAIN - Hour Concert Program Consisting Of Quartets and Songs Pre ceded Operetta. The Hlnshaw Concert Quartette delight- ed a large audience in the Simmons audi- torium Tuesday evening with its prcscnta- lation of the Sir Arthur Sullivan's Ope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 February 1923

&t)p Simmons Brand & Publiihcd Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mall Matter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMER H. 11UTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. ULMER S. BIRD Monaging Editor must be provided with those 'who plan for the future but it returns but little to him who lives and works only in his dreams and builds only with his plans never condes- cending to lend his hand and his brain to tlio task of today. ALBERTA HOWELL Issue Editor Reporters: Nelson Hutto Myrtle Bar- ber Charles Smith Elizabeth Fry W. A. Stephenson Scott Johnson Arthur Bullock. K. K. hastens to recognize a spirit ex- pressed by B. & B. in the Optimist A. C. C in explaining his attitude toward a rumor capitalized by the Austin College Kanga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 February 1923

J 7 i . A i l ' - jft ''ft' PHILOS MAKE EFFORT TO REVIVE SOCIETY SPIRIT JUDGE R. C. CRANE ADDS VOLUME TO LAW LIBRARY Society spirit lias been on the ebb for sometime In Simmons; in fact for the Inst three years. Simmons dropped from the leading place in the Philo-Phlla Con federation of Texas to the third place. The convention meets with the local societies next year. Those interested in society work feeling that there was some cause for the lack of Interest undeitook to find tho cause. It was suggested by the out coiim president that the Constitution be read before the Society at its next regular meeting. Mr. Thompson tho new presi- dent coming into office expressed himself as having a determination to revive the old Spirit. Accordingly thrco weeks ago the Constitution and by-laws were read before the more than thirty members prcs- rnt. Those present had their eyes opened. The reading of the constitution revealed the fact that the society had not been conforming to the constitution...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 3 February 1923

COWBOY BAND PROGRAM HEARD IN SAINT LOUIS Many report havo been received by the West Texas Radio Company compliment- ing the Simmons Cowboy Band for tho fine radio program which they put on two weeks ago. Many phono calls were re ceived from people in Abilene and several out of town people including Carroll Spongier of Winters and the Lovelace Drug Co. of Trent telephoned in express- ing their appreciation for tho program. Several letters and cards were received from other states as well as Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anderson wrote from Wichita Falls that they enjoyed tho pro- gram and sent greetings to tho band boy. Mr. John Martin of St. Louis Mo. said that the program was fino and came in good in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Clem- ents of Winters wrote to give greetings to the band and to Willie Watts. Mr. Richard M. Warnock of Alcdo Illinois sent that he enjoyed tho concert very much. The following is from Clco Motes Senior of last year who is now in Car- bon: "Wo listened to the Cowbo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 February 1923

tmmons Brand V Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1923. Number 20 m -i -v. "rrtf'fv ' FRESHEN ABDUCTION FAILS AND SOPHOMORES HAVE PARTY CAPTURE SOPH TREASURER WHO HAD MUCH COVET- ED PARTY FUNDS. BUT THEY DID NOT KNOW IT Allow Him to Escape With Money Safe In Hip Pocket; Senior Proxy Innocent Victim. Class spirit was cry strongly manifest' etl last Saturday uftemoon when the Fish abducted Shorty Carver treasurer of the Sophomore Class and Spoofing Weir President of the Senior Class. At tho time of the abduction thu two men were going to the Queen Theatre wheic ar- rangements were to be made for u Sopho- more theatre party followed by a lunch- eon at the Sunset Tea Rooms to be staged Saturday evening. Mr. Carver possessed all the money of the Sophomore Class securely wrapped in an innocent looking handkerchief which hung conspicuously out of his hip pocket. As the two men arrived at the corner of the First State Bank they were suddenly surprised and overcome ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 February 1923

$fftlP Simmons Brand I'ubliihitl Weekly by the Simmons Press Club In the Interest of the Student Both nf Simmon College. Entered as Second Clms Mad Mutter at the Post Office at Abilene Texas. "Muy Uucno." K. K. lifts his leaky pen in painting "flowers for the living." There is in Simmons College an old boy who lias the right hitch on life. Philosophy sharks will do well to absorb some of tho philosophy he carries around in a sober "mug" that breaks into a good natural Subscription Price per year 82.00 grjn wlcn you accost htm. He is working his way through college Member of the Texas lnier-Colleglate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science IJulldlng. Published Each Saturday Morning. IIOMEIl H. HUTTO -...Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business Mgr. IJLMEB S. BIRD Managing Editor ARTHUR BULLOCK ....Issue Editor Reporters: Nelson Hutto Alberta How- ell Myrtle Barber Charles H. Smith Eli- nbctlt Fry Phinis McBclh Emma Barrett Bettie Vaughn Gordon Weir. & THE CO-ED'S FIELD B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 February 1923

ITff!C!5fltf30(i5CIfflif(HBODffi0raMfIrom West Texas Workers Conference Colorado Texas March 5-tf 1923 MONDAY MISSIONARIES DAY. Assembly 9:00 C. A. Dixon Presiding. 1. Devotional 20 ml miles J. W. Read Del.con 2. Announccincntg 10 mimitis. 3. Evangcliring the Destitutions 15 minutes V. L. Stewart Clyile 4. The N. T. and Tithing 15 minutes J. F. Wood llig Spring 5. Tlic Mmionary and His Problems 15 minute I- It. Millican Ft. Davis 6. Distributing Haptist Literature 15 minutes . J. J. Ponder Cisco 7. Hencfits of the Monthly Workers Meeting 15 min A. R Ton Merkel I). Working 1 lie Association Organization 15 minutes Frank Maddox Hicckenridgc 9. Address II. W. Vlning Dallas NOON. Re.iscmhlf at 2:00 P. M. WOMAN'S PROGRAM. Mrs. O. II. Cooper Presiding. 1. Devotional 20 minutes Mrs. M. C. Hishop 2. Announcements 10 minutes. 3. The Women and the Hudgct 15 minutes Mrs. W. A. Foster Abilene 4. The Women and Missions 15 minute1) . Mrs. S. II. Morrison Rig Spring 5. The Women and the Asoeiation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 10 February 1923

DR. M'CONNELL IS A CHAPEL VISITOR FRI. "What shall 1 do with my life slioulil lie the most interesting and most vital sub- ject to every student today" said Dr. Mo Conncll the Presbyterian evangelist who Is conducting a revival meeting at the 'First Presbyterian church of this city in a short but impressive talk in chapel Fri- day morning. Dr. McConucll was accom- panied by Dr. Knox pastor of the First Presbyterian church who read the Scrip- ture lesson prccccding the address. "Most of us arc from the country" de- clared Dr. McConncll. "All of us know something about corn. Now there arc that can he done with a grain of corn first you can throw it away and utterly waste It second you may use it for your own personal and selfish interesting by eating it third you may store it away where the longer It stays the less vitality it will have and the less use it will have. Then fourth you can plant the grain and it will reproduce an hundred fold. Now this same thing can be applied to your l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 February 1923

S immonsBnitid tr .; .f"i'$iP) Vol. VII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1923. Number 21 Two State Society Federations Here Next Nov. mt N. MOZART OPERA COSI FAN TUTTE MEETS EXPECTATIONS OF HEARERS MISS IRENE WILLIAMS STARS IN SOLO PARTS INTRICATE MUSIC EXECUTED WITH EASE BY ENTIRE CAST OF ARTISTS. The Mozart opera "Com fun Tulle" af- ter being delayed u week was Riven as the second number of the Lyceum course by the Hinshaw Company led by Miss Irene Williams Thursday evening at Abi- lene Hall. In spite of the wet cold wea- ther the auditorium was seated to full capacity. This exquisite comic opera which rings with melody throughout was all that it was expected to bo and the execution of its intricate music was perfect. All the other six members of the cast as well ns Miss Williams demonstrated that they were artists of a high degree. The duct work of Miss Williams and Miss Falco was especially beautiful. Miss Williams demonstrated her ability in her solo parts th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 17 February 1923

tftjp Simmons Brahfl Published Weekly by the Simmons Press Club in the Interest of the Student Body of Simmons College. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Office at Abilene. Texas. Subscription Price per year $2.00 Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. HOMEIt H. HUTTO Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND WILLIAMS Business wgr. ULMER S. BIRD Managing Editor BAKER CUMMINGS Asst. Bus. Mgr. CHAS. ROSS SMITH Issue Editor Reporters: Nelson Hutlo Myrtle Barber Phinis McBcth fcordon Weir Bettie Vaughn Alberta Howell Forney Nowlln Arthur Bullock. CLASS EDITIONS. The inter-class newspaper contest starts next week with the Senior edition. The baslcal purpose of this contest is not neces- sary a literacy test but to arouse interest in the field of journalism and at the same time to discover those students who hac the ability for such work and to influence them toward utilizing some of their spare time in he...

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