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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

kC THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN 1TIIRTEENTH YEAR BEN ARRESTED GHARGEDWITH HOTEL THEFT Sheriff Brown and His Deputy Take Alleged Thieves In 1 to Custody at New Franklin ISIOLEN COODS FOUND George Hill Charles Scheibel Glenn Edwards and Chas Carson in Jail Here Awaiting Trial Four men accused of stealing two pair ii shoes a pair of trourrs and some cuff Jwrwis from Ray Blancliard at the Rob bison Hotel yesterday were arrested in New Franklin last night by Sheriff Fred B own and Deputy Sheriff Wilson HalL The men who gate their names as George IbJk Glenn Edwards Charles XJLbribd and Unties C Carson said M7 La r imiI In Vua Ptiklichar Promotion Company of St Louis They left Columbia at 6 oclock last night IrDing acquaintances that their next stop vbij Jefferson Gty They left behind tacrn a number of receipts from custo mers whiii were found scattered ovei tkrir room On being notified of the theft by EUnchard Slieriff Brown called tbi azeat at McBaine who informed him tail the four me...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

I if - a- a PACE TXO MAINLY ABOUT PEOPLE T C Vw4m vrat lo Centralis on lUJe vertprday B K Rajbern vent lo Centralis this motntng A 5 AiUom left for Chicago this nroririaf C J fierier vvM to Central thi Iiafk ln nraml left tint memiiir far St Jef4L Mr 4mm Slieplmil left this miming fer IS Inland III Mm L II Fox left this morning for Kn Citv Mr O I Lirigln went lo Muberl jeMerJay U vint W A Ilslr wrBt tb Crfttrjlia lliij Mrn Aniiie ThomMnB of Aimln IVx vih 1M 1k VhHImf relative at Ituclic jwt iwt to lliHrtwllle tliis morning 01r Ilftmk ho Im Ihvh veiling his ton at Motmt Sterling K i evpecletl Item tmla G 1 Jduw f ISmorviIIp vthi lia m vi ittng in jtlumhta v int to ri th m ftiiap Mr I C Alten awl Mrs I Stan ilW vlt hw Itrrn tisilirtfc in jilumlwa irtarneH t Lililtfirhl III Elm Durriil f Sacrament i CaU vh AM hern nitiK hi n lcr Mf I S Milt4Hn lta retttrwd lit iits home Mr S llH7nftnt nursing iecijlit if the aatkuWurol otmKi M rvic Ml JW linMrtM thix mwrniis Mi Ie Kw THtkal f the Itasr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

SB COLUMmEVENING MISSOUItrAN WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1921 page to J News of Columbia Society Miss Ella Batt society editor trill appreciate it if you trill telephone so Ttcty items between 9 and 12 oclock Tlie wedding if Miw Marjorie Jones and Patterson llain will lake plarc at 8 oclock Saturda evening at the Frcs bytcridn ChntrlL Following the re mny a reception will be given on the mezzanine flour of the Daniel Itoone Tavern In the wedding party vill he Mr George Hearne of Poplar Muff who will be the matron of honor MR Kalherine Jones will be maid of honor The bridesmaid will be Miss Adaline Jew Mis Catherine Run and Mrs Llojd Jone Mis Kate Thompson and Mi Kalherine Conley will be the can dle lighter The groomsmen will be George Miltenbergcr and Lee Istick of Pt Lotii Augustus Cohen of Texas and Major Llovd Jones 1 suck Bain broth er of the Rroom will be the bet man The uslier will be Prof M W Watkins and Prof Horace Maior Iirjan Wilon if M xieo and Elliot Mdienbergcr of St Louis asited...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

s t f 4 H IFCTCT PACE FOUR Phone 894 ttyJtffl TOURING GUIS Five passenger weight 2400 pounds outside and inside door handles genuine leather upholstery gypy type top with beveled plate glass windows in rear storm curtains opening with doors tlie use of storage batteries in gasoline motor cars There was at firt a demand for bat teries for ignition purposes and he met this demand by the production of the 6 voIt rubber case battery But the magneto was perfected soon after and in 1910 and 1911 practically replaced the torage battery for ignition purposes At this time when the fortune of tne Willard Company was at its lowest ebb Mr Willard conceited the possibilities of electric lighting for motor cars which were then universally lighted b acetj lene gas He first planned to replace acetlcne Oldfield Tires Tubes Vulcanizing and Accessories Heres to Yon the Man With a Car And when jou read this dont say Im a liar Vc got the tires that you should use For they are the kind that will stand ab...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

w T TffwmntnWffnflBMlWHM TmfflflWM tiii w - - T W7WWWPBST ance Ilie driving compartment and the merrial trucks During the same period 271230 motorcces were registered Tir total receipts from registrations were 99141097 This leaves an average of one motor vehicle for ever eeven persons in the United tSatc The grain in legislation over the 1919 figures is 21 11870 which is the greatest increase ever recorded in a single ear iteceipts Irom licences showed a gain of 343842 which is S3 per cent over 1919 The race for the supremacy between Nw York and Ohio in the numbei of motors is again in New lorks favor tonneau have been rearranged to provide the classics Christian College more room and the seats have been ium March 2 Adv TUB0 Is Insurance Against Punctures If you arc tired of tread punctures tf e Tubo to stop them Tubo is a liquid that when put in the inner tube adds 25 per cent mileage to the casing It is guaranteed to preserve the rubber not to stick or stain and not to harden in t...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

gt f IS 3S THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOUKIAN Published ever evening except Sunday by tlie Missourian Publishing Associa tion Int Jay H NeiT Hill Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manager subsckiption hates City Week 10 cents single copies rents Uy miil in Boone County Year 325 J months 175 3 months 90 cents month 33 rents Outside the count Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Fa able in adiance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter Acceptance for mailing at special rate of postage provided for in Section 1103 Act of October 3 1917 authorized Sep tember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBEKS News 274 Advertising and Circulation 55 OUR Y M C A Tlie Hcglectcd orphan institution is tlie V M C A It has been crying for food I - aou doming since last tail but it is even denied a nurse Because of this ne glect this member of the Universits family of organizations has functioned this jear chiefly as a meeting place for other clubs Sherwood Eddy in one of his speeches at th...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

Puoiio 55 I In the Field of Sport MU FIVE MAY PLAY AT K C Atlilclic Committee Will Decide This Afternoon on Pro position Missouri listing been conceded le naskctball title in the Missouri Valley nfcnnco the jcstin has arisen of ie possihilitv of more prestige for the Tigers arious rumor emanating from the Kansas Cit Athletic Club have rjrrieil the information that Missouri would bt cnter il in the amateur tourna ment to be conducted in Contention Hall in a couple cf wL As vet tlic athletic committee has nt decided whelhcr or not the i iiii five v ill be entered in this toinnn Mam birders of the Tijrer lute de imndrd tint the Missouri quintet dial lenge the Ihg Ten iliainpions Haslet lull offn taU wlhi hate worked in lioth the Itip Ter am the Misimi Vallev claim that Missouri has a belter team than an which is plaving in the West- FOR SALS FOR SAL K 1 Iiiurluil J f urnil ure -heap Mut leave lovn at t nce Call mornings lluller pt Ambon St Mrs Uara Vlnte ide MISCELLANEOUS V T56 i OK S ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 2 March 1921

pace eight h 3 ABOUT YOUR NEEDS S I HINTS I Gurgle Gurgle Splah Ouch Pan- even her sliper giting forth an air of cia Ann i cashing femall sisters neck solemnity and gravity ami ears before she goes to relieannl for With thefirt rolibin comes the bobbed small iter is to be a model in the Spring hatless head and the new ChrKtmas jump SlIe Show and she must needs be clean ins rope down Columbias streets If or the cannot be stjlish Small sistershe wants to near sports clothes for this fe4s her importance at being so chosen exercise she may well follow the kiddie and struts around pirouetting on her in the picture who wears a thrcepjartcr MBdll toes and holding out her abbreviate length coat of bright red flannel high at etl skirts so tlut it is well nigh impossible the neck tucked and belted and a plait In get her clean at all Jane lias not jeted skirt of black white and red plaid learned tltat to be smart one xnut be and the shin black handles on her jump immaculatel clean ing rope mat...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

REPUBLICANS SELECT TICKET AT CONVENTION Meeting Held at Courthouse to Pick Candidates to Repre sent Party at City Election PAT WOODS FOR MAYOR Resolutions in Honor of Champ Clark Are Adopted and Will Be Sent to His Family The Ticket Mayor Pat Woods Chief of police Eugene Smith City Collector Mrs Marie E Reese City treasurer James Short City assessor E C McMillen Gty Attorney C B Rollins Jr Councilman First Ward W E Me- Gain Councilman Tliird Ward Eugene Heidman A Republican ticket to represent that party in the April election of city offi cials was selected by a convention of Republican voters at the courthouse last night On account of the absence of W H Braselton Chairman of the City Central Committee 0 W Boutwell was appoint ed temporary chairman Roy Dans was appointed secretary of the meeting The selection of available candidates presented by the Gty Central Committee and the Advisory Committee was ap proved by tlie voters a follows Mayor Pat Woods chief of police Eugene Smith ci...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

i r IMPS Vhi I III r li i J J I t i FT t I News of Columbia Society Miss Ella Wratt society editor will I The members of the Delta Carnraa appreciate it if jou uill telephone so- runty ill entertain Saturday eening jaml two dogs utr items Tit lux en 9 and 12 o clock Mis Margaret Gibsn Drumm Jer of Mr and Mrs Manuel Drumm of Columbia was married lat night at the Christian Church in Houston Tet to C II Carlisle a business man of that citj Mrs Cailisle was formerly a nure in ParLer Memorial Hospital and has many friends here She has tnade her home tin Houton for the last two ears Mr Carlisle is sales manager for Texas of Hie Gulf Refining Co Mr and Mrs Berry McAlester East liaison road viill entertain at 7 oclock Us evening with a buffet supper for Mies Marorie Jones and Patterson Bain The bouse will be decorated with ferns r - Kusell roes and sweet peas in a silver biltet will form the centerpiece for the dining room taLle BeiJes the honor gueats those invited arc Min Catherine Jone B...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

an- WSTWSSpFWfSS EXPECT BATHE FROM AGGIES Victory in Two Games Will Give Tigers Undisputed Championship The curtain will be drawn on the 1921 basketball season Saturday evening of this week The Kansas Aggies will be I here for a pair of games thjs week Lo cal interest will be at high ebb despite the fact that the championship has al ready been cinched by the Missouri team The possibility of an all victorious sea ran has spurred the Tigers and their fol lowers to the greatest efforts of the sea eon It is possible that a twin victory over the Manhattan quintet would assure the Missourians of further competition this season outside of the Missouri Val ley A victory by the Kansas Aggie Eve over the Missourians would be consider able of a feather in its cap and the Tigers are assured of the stiffest sort of competition Leslie WacL her probably will be in good shape for both of the tilts this -week E C Quigley will be here to referee each game TRACK MEN TO ILLINOIS MEET Picked Few Made Tr...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

t PACE FOUR THE COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN Published every evening except Sunday lijr the Missourian Publishing Associa tion Inc Jay II Neil Hall Columbia Missouri ALFONSO JOHNSON Manaceb SUBSCRIPTION KATES Gty Week 10 cents tingle copies cents Iy mail in Boone County Year323 3 months 175 3 month 90 cents jvonlh 35 cents Outside the county Year Sk50 3 24 CHAMP CLARK He died in the harness Champ Gail a famous Missourian after forty one years of public service lias laid down In load and passed on Ten dajs ago lie as helping guide lhr destiny of our Nation as Democratic leader in lite House of Representatives Today our country mourns bis loss Was it by a mere coincidence or by the providence of Cod that he should round out a useful life in the closing days of his public career Champ dark liad enemies but his bitterest opponents admired him as a man Horn and bred of Kentucky ancestry he possessed those qualities of genuine hospitality and f I tion anywhere His rugged honesty knew neith...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

HHHRTt Fbone 55 L CLASSIFIED ADS Half a Cent a Wort a Dy FOR SALS FOR SvLE Purebred Barred Ply mouth Hock eggn for setting 60c a set ting Mrs Norton II thenard Phone 41 B S 157 FOR SALE Household furniture -heap Mul leave town at once Gill mornings Butler Apt Anthony St Mrs Clara MbilesiuV W 156 FOR SALE line purebred Wliite Wjandolte eggs fur lutching lhone 656 green E 157 4 lull bLE While Wjaiulolte eggs for setting 15 far 100 J C Cibbs telephone 1303 tihite - C 160 I OK SALE One old cock and three cocLrels of purebred Kliude Island Reds rose comb from priz winning stock U Iiillcrrst Pltone 1192 red 11 157 FOR SALE Hore bugs and liarncss Phune 882 IMS6 TO SLE Purebred White Ughorrt I eggs 100 a wiling or 500 a hundred Mrs I T Pierce Route 5 Phone 18 R P 155 FOR SALE Ford Sedan This car is nev Priced to ou can sate money E J Iiacs 901a Broadnay Phone 272 1M57 FDI SALE Wood stove length holt sale price Phone 569 red B 143tf FOIl SALE Eggs for lunching from prize winning single comb ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 3 March 1921

vj PACE SIX FOUR OF FIRST CABINET LEFT lany Chances in Wilsons Official Family in J Four Years Bj Vaut4 Ftti Washinctoi March 3 Only four of the cabinet which President Wilxm ap pointed four vcars ago remained in office today the lat but one of the Wilton ad ministration One of thee four haa held two posts Secretary of the Navy Daniels Secre tary of Labor Wilton and Postmaster General Burleson arc three veterans Sec rilary of the Treasury Houston started tint in the post of Secretary of Agricul ture There have been three Secretaries of Stale William Jennings Bryan and Rob ert faming reigned after disputes with lie president Iiainhridge Colby succeed ed Lansing Jindler M Carrison quit as Secreur of War after a dispute with his chief and was succeeded by Newton D Baler James C Mclletnolds became a Su preme Court juIice and was succeeded as Attorne General by Thomas W Greg ory wlu quit for financial reasons A Mileliell Palmer succeeded him William G McAdoo resigned as Secre tary f the ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

V H i ale Texas Purdue and Others Onr half of the states in the Union probably will be represented at the Mid West Conference of Colleges and Unl versitirs to be held in Columbia at the invitation of the University of Missouri April 7 8 and 9 The conference has been Riven this name temporarily An enrollment of 1800 or more students is the only requirement for eligibility to mrmierhii and tlierc are about fifty institutions pf this sire in the Middle West Credit for instigating the move ment goes to Missouri and the president of the student body Fred FJdean The coming conference is the result of plans begun las falL Arrangements have been turned over to John II Arnett Tlie purpose of the conference is In establish relations between the students of various institutions similar to thoe Btirtuy m existence in the numerous intercollegiate organizations which have faculty delegates A solution of the problems of the institutions in this sec lion of the country is hoped for as a re sult of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

PACE TWO Text of Inaugural Address Made by President Harding 0 r iut4 rttit VASIIIXCTOX ol President fTarren G augural addrtss follous March 4 The text i jn that expressed conscience of progres llardmgs in- which seeks to clarify and write the law- Mj countnmen when one suncjs the world about tiim after tlie great storm noting the mark of destruction and ct rejoicing in the ruggednes of the thing jnhicli withstood it if he is an American 1 he breathes the clarified atmosphere with a strange mingling or regret and new hope We Iiaie ven a toorld passion pend its fury but e contemplate our republic unshaken and hold our ciiiliza lion secure Liberty liberty within the law ond ciiiliration are inseparable and though both were threatened vie find them now secure and there comes to Americans the profound assurance that our representative poterrnitnt is the liighet cxprcsion and surest guaranty of both Standing in this presence mindful of Ihe solemnity of this occaion feeling the emotions w...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

fl i II SPORT TIGERS NOT TO ENTERKCAC Final Series of 1921 Promises Best Fight of Basket ball Season The Tiger basketball team kill appear in the final series of the 1921 season to night and tomorrow unless they respond to a curtain rail ami met the cham pions of the Western Conference wlikh is highly improbable There has been considerable agitation for a oteason sines hut it is ilouhtful whether the ath letic committee would permit it citn if the Dig Ten cliampions ere to challenge the Missourian The present haskt lhall season lias been prolonged since late in the fall and the athletes without exception will be glad to get out of the harness They would ery naturally be glad to enter into an sort of competition which would win fame for Missouri It has been definitel de cided tliat the Tigers will not enter the K C A C touniamint in Kansas City next wctL Craig Hub and in fact the entire Missouri squad liate one idea in mind abote all others and that is to make a clean sweep of the se...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

WJ I ftCEFOtn frm COLUMBIA EVENING MISSOURIAN fi b Li t Z Z T- uuiiuica every evening except Sunday pr the Missourian Publishing Associa tion hc Jay IL Neff Hall Columbia ctiusoun ALFONSO JOHNSON Manacqi SUBSCRIPTION KATES City Week 10 cents single copies cent By mail in Boone County Year 323 months 175 3 months 90 cents lonth 35 cents Outside the county Year 150 3 months 125 month 45 cents Pa able n alliance Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Entered as second class mail matter loceptance for mailing at special rate f pottage provided for in Section 1103 Vet of October 3 1917 authorized Sep ember 26 1918 TELEPHONE NUMBEItS Jews 274 advertising and Circulation 55 PRESIDENT HARDING With the coming of a new President lie Nation srems to rouse itself with ireater alertness to consider the outlook jt is as if it were stopping a moment ft th rite of th Mil In Inftlr tisrlr nr Jie road it has just traversed and to pok ahead to see what lies before We ow hae a new President That new resid...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

I Phcce Si m I jjr FORSALS FOR iLE Parebred Sirred PJj sooth Rock cms for 60c a 5 l FOR x L E Parebwd nee cmab Rhode Island era for m Hmc 1 per jBeuinr ot ix mt j r yjatr BXiHiams 5- Pboae 34L G1S9 FOR SALE IlMHeMd fsrmtare Brbrap Mnt Wife town at oaee Can manunft Bauer pt AatAeny St Mn KCIan WTutcde W 156 FOR SILE Fine parthied White fp for hatchtae Phe 636 prfn E 137 retitute owbts and write l PawrL 311 Clsyd BH Kaaw Utv U R 159 MEN WANTED For Detective Work Experience BBBecesaary Write J Can- 0T former U S Govt Detective St Louis 109 tf LOST AND FOUND LOST A small Elgin writ watch Sat unlay Feb 12 Finder hone 13Hilack M isCUClaneo OaT W NTED Oarage space fur one car js3nglliirhnid of Stewart road phone laivgreen - REL I1STTE Ust your property i for sale or rent with latcrn Etr WANTED Ten cents each will le I paid for of the Qdumbia Even ing Missounan nl septemiier 1VZU it lirtxfght to tlie Missnurian olSce if 1NSI RANT E I rt Ilallrrtnn Esc i Ing take care of jour firr ami tornad...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia evening Missourian. — 4 March 1921

X fix -- PACESX News of Colombia Society Miss Ella Jfyatt society editor trill appreciate it if you icill telephone so Juty items between 9 and 12 oclock The wedding of Miss Marjorie Jones and Patterson Bain will tale place at 8 oclock tomorrow evening in the Pres byterian Church Many parties and teas Iiare been given for Miss Jones since the announcement of her engagement in anuary The entertainments being giv n this week for her include the mem bers of the wedding party and guests Among the out-of-town guests who hate arrived to attend the wedding are Mis Eleanor Horton of St Loui Miss Eleanor Ilally of Kan as Qty -Mr and Mrs Lee Usticl of St Louis Augustus Cohen of Texas George and Elliot Millcnbcrger of St Louis Mr and Mrs Iliillip Toll of Kansas Cty Mrs Margaret Ilolman of St Loui Mr Mr and Mrs George Helrne of Poplar Bluff Mr and Mrs G A Thompson and Misses Kate and Lucy Thompson of St I ouis Miss Susan Bain of St Loui Air and Mrs Frank Thompson Jr and Frank Thompson Sr of St ...

Publication Title: Columbia Evening Missourian, The
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