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BAT FESTIVAL GUEST
Former Lightweight Champion
Barnes of Tacoma Captures
Shifted Lineup and Batting Or
der Fail to Help Portland
Athletic Teams to Be Brought
The Oregon. Wolf Shows. Jre
mendous Speed In First
Water Trip. -
Crack; Nez. Perce' Nine
Professional Event From
Turnbull of Portland,
Under One Head at
Pays First Visit In Three
Play Against Multnomah
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Vancouver, B. C, June With a
shifted lineup and hatting order the
Portland team went down for the sev
enth etraight defeat yesterday after
noon at the hand of the Vancouver
Canucks by the score of 8 to J In a
looaely played and long drawn out
Howard Mundorff shifted from third
to abort made two bad throw to first
hase, which Rave players Ufa when thry
hoald have been out.
Tha Nlcka aUrted aeorlng first when
they tattled once In the third Inning.
Speaa waJked and Harrle' sacrifice put
htm on second. He took third on Bloom
field's single and scored when Miller
was oat at first
Tha Canucks came back In the fifth
with two runa on Mundorffs first error.
Harrison's triple and a sacrifice fly.
Three more runs crossed the plate In
the eighth Inning. Mundorff'a second
error let Braahear reach first. James
sacrificed and Swain walked. Both run
ners scored on, Brlnker'e triple, which
Bpeaa let rot away from htm. Brlnker
tallied a little later on Lewis' single.
Tha Nicks' second run came In the
seventh Inning. Mensor walked and took
second on 8 pees sacrifice and scored
when Jamea failed to get the ball on a
return throw from Adams after he
had captured a fly.
This afternoon Jesse Garrett will
likely twirl against Erve Jensen. The
AB. R. H. PO. A
Harrison, sa .
Adams, rf . . .
Bennett, lb ,
Jamea. lb . .
Brlnker, cf ..
Eagle, p ....
Mundorff, ss ..
Stovall. rf ....
Williams, lb ..
Mensor, lb . . . .
AB. R. II. PO. A. K.
Totala 18 1 4 24 9 2
t'nlverslty of Oregon, Eugene, June 6.
At a meeting of the associated stu
dents of the University of Oregon held
yesterday, a measure was passed pro
vidfng that Oregon's athletics, beginning
with next year' trak and basehall.
hall he managed by a graduate manager
The graduate manugiT system has
bien In vogue for a number of years In
other universities, hut on account of
the small student body at Oregon It has
until this lime been deemed unneces
The graduate manager will he elected
by the atlilt'ttu council, composed of
three students, three members of the
faculty, and thrve members of the
alumni association. He will have com
plete charge of all student activities
with the exception of the publications.
At the same meeting the official Ore
gon debating "O." was presented to the
following forensic artists: I. con Itsy
of Eugene. Howard Zimmerman of Sa
lem, Vernon Motschenbacher of New
berg. Percy Collier of Eugene, Miss
Lllah Clark of ViMlnnvllle. Miss Birdie
Wine of Astorls, Miss Carin Dagermark
of Portland, Carleton Spenser of Cot
tage Grove and vharles Robinson of
Miss Birdie Wise of Astoria and Leon
Ray of Eugene wre installed us secre
tary and president of the associated
studrnts for the coming year.
Batted for Bloomfleld In ninth.
SCORE BY INNINGS.
Vancouver 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 S
Portland 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 02
Stolen bases Adams, "Bennett, Miller.
" C r. firym hit AUBrrinn JlmM. ICnffli.
t'uey, Hpeaa. Mams, uacrincp riy ;of ,ne association
iiennetx I nree oase nils ;nnicer,
Harrison. Hit by pitched hall Adams,
Etevall, Mensor. Swain. Struck out
Bv Engle 4. by Bloomfleld 4. Bases on
halls Off Enele 8. off Bloomfleld 3
Double plays Lewis to Bennett. Left
on bases Vancouver 8, Portland 7.
Time 1:6 J. Umpire Longanecker.
SECRETARY OF FIGHT
Relative to the tumor that the offi
cers of the dlsbandud Vancouver prize
fight promoting lub were tngaged In
a row over the deposition of the funds
remaining in the treasury, and that T.
O. Emery, aecretary treasurer of th
club, has been re-juested to make good
an allesed shortage of 11600, Mr. Emery
"My books snd vouchers have been
carefully checked over' by the officials
of the association, and they are open to
Inspection of anyone
"If any of the officials of the asso
ciation feel that they have been
aggrieved In any way, the courts are free
to them for redress. As a matter of
fact there Is still due me from the as
sociation 822, and I will gladly welcome
the chance to go into the courts with
my books and accounts and " contracts
with the different fighters, showing
amounts due them won. lose or draw,
as per the articles Htgned by the asso
ciation, together with their signed con
tracts with me os secretary treasurer
III f.C.W vHH
Pv-rr & III
Battling Nelson, former lightweight
champion, who will visit here dur
ing the week, arrived last night.
FANCY DIVER GETS
Champion of City Breaks Bone
Practicing for Friday's
NATIONAL LEAGUE GAMES
(United Pie !.eap4 W1r.
Chicago, June 8. By decisively trim
ming the Cubs todsy. 7 to 1, New York
took the lead in the National league
pennant race. Mathewson was in rare
form and the best the Cubs could do
was five scattered hits off his delivery.
The score: R. H. E.
New York 7 12 0
Chicago 1 fi 0
Batteries' Msthewson and Meyev
'.Melntyre and Kling. Umpires O'Day
' At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Boston 3 10 2
Cincinnati 8 14 1
- Batteries Pfeffer and Rarldan; Cas
par and Clarke. Umpires Klem and
At St. Louis: R H. E.
Brooklyn 7 9 0
6t Louia 3 9 1
Batteries Rucker and Irwin; Golden
and Bliss. Umpires Eaaon and Johnstone.
Philadelphia Pittsburg v , .
Steele and Simon,
R. IT. E.
5 12 1
Very truly yours
W. Q. EMERY.
BAKER SPORTS LOSE
COIN ON BALL GAME
Baker, Or.. June 6 AbtrtSt 11000
changed. hands in this city yesterday as
the result of the ball game between
Baker and La Grande, which was with
out question the most exciting ever
played In Baker. The La Grande rooters
came down t-evcral hundred strong
with a special tialn, and the betting
was fast and furious. The game wts
won after 12 Innings of play by La
Grande, the- score being 3 to 2. Both
managers at one time protested the
game on account of the ruling of the
umpire, but In the tenth inning they
agreed to withdraw -their protests and
let the finish be for blood. Local sports
will be short of spending money for a
time as the result.
STANDING OF THE TEAMS
Pacific Coast League,
Won. Lost. Pet.
Portlsnd 85 2 .674
Ban Francisco 3$ 31 .r37
Vernon 34 32 .615
Oakland 35 33 .616
Sacramento 30 84 .469
Los Angeles 26 41 .388
AMERICAN LEAGUE GAMES
At Washington: R. H. E.
Detroit 8 10 1
Washington 1 1 4
Batterlea Lafltte and R tan age;
Grooms and Street
Umpires Dineen and Perrlne.
At Bos ton 1 R.H. E.
Chicago - 4 8,4
Boston S 8 1
Batteries Langs, Olmstead and Sul
livan; Karger and Cartigan. Umpires
O'Loughlln and Connolly.
At New Tork
St. Louis-New Tork game postponed;
Spokane 31 .
New Tork IT 16
Philadelphia 27 17
Chicago 2 17
Pittsburg 34 19
St. Louis 22 21
Cincinnati 21 22
Brooklyn 1 28
Boston 11 14
Ollle Skedsmo. champion diver of tha
city, last night broke his left arm
while trying what Is known to divers
as a "back Jack," .Skedsmo was practic
ing for the fancy diving championships
which will be held In the river next
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ho was
Immediately taken to the St. Vlncent'a
hospital, and had the broken arm set.
The "back jack'' Is on of the most
difficult of dives. The diver stands on
the board with his face to the back
null and springs straight up In the air.
coming down within a few Inches of the
board. Skedxmo went up too high and,
seeing he would hit'tho board, put out
his arm to break the fall. In some way
his arm gave way and was twisted,
breaking It Just above the elbow.
Skedsmo has been known locally for
several years as one of the best divers
on the coast. For two years he has
won the city fancy diving champion
ship at! the annual dual swimming meet
between the Multnomah Athletic club
and the Y. M. C. A. Skedsmo haa al
ways represented the association In the
funcy diving and has always won the
evisnt. He was looked upon to win the
fancy diving championship in the
Swimming Carnival to be held In the
Willamette river Friday.
With hla cauliflower oars In full
bloom and weariag a smile that won't
come off. Oacar Matthew (Battling)
Nelson arrived In towa last evening to
attend the Rosa Festival celebration.
and Incidentally to participate In a light
weight bout In the vicinity of Vancou
ver July 4.
The Battler never looked better In
hla life, and when asked if he was
ready to enter the roped arena, said: "I
don't think there haa been any boxer
who has taken better cara of himself
than I have. I have never dissipated
and always took great prlda in the fact
that when I entered the ring I waa fit
to battle for all that waa In me.
I will stay In Portland for a week at
least looking over some engagements
that have been offered me. and may
leave for Sun Francisco after tha Fes
tival. If arrangements are satisfactory
to me for a bout here on July 4, I will
return Immediately and get Into boxing
"I understand this lad Anderson of
ancouver is a comer, and If he la all
they say he Is. I will have a busy time
trying to put him away."
Nelson Is accompanied by hla young
brother, Arthur, and they started out
seeing the town this morning with
The Battler spoke of the coming Wol-gast-Moran
fight as being a good one, J
and between the lines one could discern
that he contemplates getting Into shape
again by milling with second ratera,
and If he is satisfied with his showing,
will again challenge for the lightweight
It la Nelson's first vtslt here In exact
ly three years, having played a theatri
cal engagement here In 1908.
Won. Lost Pet.
Detroit 85 11 .761
Philadelphia "..26 16 .61 !
Boston 24 19 .658
Chicago 21 13 .525
New York 21 21 .5(10
Cleveland -1 27 .400
Washington 15 19 .111
St. Louis . 13 31 .;95
JIU JITSU MATCH IS
INTERESTING TO JAPS
For the first time In the history of
this cltv, the wrestling public will have
n opportunity to Bee a bona fide jlu-
JltS'.i mati h to the finish when Profes
sor Ito of Seattle tackles "Farmer'
Watson. S4 husky middleweight exponent
01 ine Japanese game 01 oriense ana de
fense, at the national guard Armory
Ito Is undoubtedly the best Jltsu man
on the coast, and has demonstrated hla
superiority at the game over four white
opponents during the last three years.
In no Instance has his white adversary
been nblo to make things interesting for
Mm. In Watson It Is belloved the best
white man who has yet met the Japa
niiP expert will be seen In action. Built
alons powerful lines and supremely
confident that he will lower the colors of
the pon of Nippon in their coming en
counter, Watson is setting about hla
training in a manner that spells success.
In Jlu Jitsu no holds are barred, and
when the strangle hold Is applied, in
stend of calling a foul, the audience
howls with delight, at least tha Japa
nese element of It does, for they know
full well that victory toon follows such
It la expected that a large number of
Japanese will turn out to tea their
fellow countryman perform.
Ontario Loses First Game.
Ontario, Or., June 6. Ontario lost its
.first game of the season Sunday in a
comedy of errors when it wrs beaten
by Vale by the score of 13 to 2.
Victor, pitching for Ontario, was batted
out of the box in the fifth Inning and
was replaced by Lackey, who would have
held the visitors down had he received
proper support from his team mates.
Pdgsley. for Vale, pitched a splendid
game, striking out 11 Ontario patters,
and was well supported by the visiting
Emmett defeated Payette at Emmett
the same afternoon In a close game, the
Vf.re being 2 to 1. This Is the first
game Emmett has wor in the league
uries. Ontario will play at Emmett
with Emmett next Sunday and Vale will
play Payette at Payette.
Greenfield Beats Beaverton.
Beaverton, Or., June 6. The Green
field Blues of Portland defeated tha lo
cals Sunday by the score of 5 to 4 In a
ten Inning contest. Tucker pitched for
Greenfield but was taken out In "the
ninth Inning and replaced by Hubbard.
Ha made three two base hits. The score:
Greenfields -. g 9 j
Beaverton 4 4 . 4
WlHamina Is Defeated.
McMinnvllle, Or., June S.--The White
Sox defeated Wlllamlna Sunday after
noon on the Bewley Park grounds In a
well played game, getting the long end
of a 3 to 0 score. Hewitt for the White
Sox pitched shut-out ball by 'Striking
out 13 men ajid allowing the visitors
hut one hit. Henry for Wlllamlna struck
out nine men and allowed but three hits.
The White Sox scored its three runs
all in the second inning, after which
there was no run getting for either side.
Wlllamlna was credited with three er
rors and the White Sox five. Umpire,
Tha Angels arrived bright and early
thia morning. They looked fit to give
the Beavers the time of their lives.
Hughey Smith waa "as usual' tha candy
kid with tha sticky face. 1
Just who will open on the mound for
the Angels haa not been decided, but
Captain Dillon will send his best twtrler
there with the home of carrying off the
"Nearer tha bottom for thee," la the
favorite hymn of Nick Williams. The
Nicks are going very badly and it is
up to the judge to slip Nlckodemus a
few more twlrlera.
Henderson la due to open for the
Beavers this afternoon and if the old
warrior has all that reserve stuff stored
away In his right fllnger it will be a
case of "good night, lunch" for the
There will be some mob at the game
thla afternoon. Just leava It to the out-
of-town visitors to beat It to the ball
park to watch our big leaguers. The
game starts at 8 bells thla afternoon.
M. Welngarten, tha winner of the re
cent six day roller races In Portland, is
out with a challenge to test hla apeed
against any other roller artist in this
part of the country. Some apeed mer
chant, this boy.
There waa some battle yesterday at
Chicago, when Matthewson beat the Cubs
out of first place. Just think what would
have happened had they started a riot
on these grounds.
Jimrale Elttan Is still about town look
ing for something to do. This lad would
rather box .than eat and that la a good
habit. Fit ten would Just love to mix
with one Battling Nelson and would
let the Battler take all the loose change
Just to show the fans that Fltten la tha
coming lightweight champ.
Spec Harkness and Vean Gregg are
about due for a battle. These two chaps
are going along very nicely for Cleve
land. Big crowds will be on hand each aft
ernoon to watch the- games this week.
Doc Anderson will have to be on hand
early If he wants his usual seat To
morrow and Thursday the games sta,rt
at 4 o'clock on account of parades.
Barnes of Tacoma on out over Turn-
bull of Portland In tha professional
event Of the Pacific Northwestern golf
tournament yesterday In the 72 hols
competition by six strokes.
Tha professional prise waa 1250 and
tha instructors finished as ; follows:
Barnes,- Tacoma, til; Turnbull. Port-
land,. 321; Guthrie, Vancouver, 831; and
Johnston. Seattle. 818. Moffatt of Vic
toria withdrew. Both Barnes and Turn
bull broke tha hole course record
by going over it In 74 strokes Mon
The qualifying round for tha men's
amateur championship, which started
at 9 o'clock thla moraine baa tha fol
Van Mllllgan, Tacoma; N. B. Gregg.
Portland; Thompson, Tacoma; Zan,
Portland; F. E. Wheeler, Portland; C
J. Smith. Seattle; Hughes, Spokane;
Sample, Portland; Case, Butte; Urqu
hart, Vancouver; Goodala, Butte; Hy
skell, Portland; A. B. Stewart, Seattle;
Hhevltn, Portland: Kerr, Portland; Dr.
Morrison, Portland; Muthrop, Butta;
Bean. Taooma; Calpe, Tacoma; Webster,
Portland; J. M. Keen, Tacoma; S. A.
Nourse, Tacoma; Colonel Jonea, Vic
toria; Major Morrow, Portland, 3. M.
Vallantlne. Victoria; Arthur, Butta;
Wirt Minor, Portland; C. Cola, Tacoma;
Stcbblns, Tacomar Grigga. Tatoma; Mc
Master, Portland; H. Wheeler. Tacoma;
P. P. Carr, Butte; J. Do ran. Spokane;
W, E. Burna, Vancouver; Ford. Seattle;
Mixer, Portland, Da Schwelnlts, Port
land; Llnthicum, Portland, Gelleaon,
Tacoma; Burch, Victoria; Hargreavea,
Victoria; Kershaw, Taooma, Macleay,
Portland; McCummon, Butte; Arbuckle,
Victoria; Harry, 8eattle; Andrewa, Se
attle; Matteraon. Victoria; Dr, Martin,
Victoria; M. Martin, Tacoma; Latham,
Seattle; Honeyman, Portland; R. Smith,
Portland; J. B. Alexander, Portland;
C. H. Lewis, Portland; Berry. Port
land; Gatewood, Vancouver; C. W. Fish
er, Seattle; McKencle, Seattle; C B.
Smith, Seattle and Wagner, Seattle.
Before thousands of people lined
along tha banks' on both sides of tha
river, on tha bridgea and In launches.
row boats and canoea, tha Portland Mo
tor Boat club held lta annual Rosa Fes
tlval races, ana of (ha f eaturea Of. the
The Oregon Wolf, tha lateat motor
boat built In this city, won easily over
tha Dixie In tha free-for-all claaa, la a
10 mile race, twice around tha course.
which extended from Ross Island to tha
steel bridge. Both boat started off
even and while Hearing tha Morrison
bridge the Wolfs angina put on addi
tional power and took tha lead, which
t held. The Wolfs speed waa 81 miles
an hour and It ahowad Itself capable of
making a much greater apeed.
The Potato Bug's angina balked and
tha Spear won tha race with ease. The
two boats were entered in tha 28 foot
clans and ' both were running even at
tha turning buoy, when tha Bug's en
gine went wrong.
The Pilot II was winner over the
Martha King. Tha Martha King- failed
to finish. Tha Sylph won the pleasure
boat race over the Indian and Fairbanks-Morse.
Tha Astoria Motor Boat club patroled
The Columbus club Grays took two
gamea out of three with Dutch" Arm
bruster's Tillamook team. Tha Grays
took the first game S to 4. but lost an
eleven inning struggle Sunday afternoon
8 to 2. Kalleo and Gleason were battery
for Columbus Sunday and King and
Armbruster for Tillamook.
Yesterday's game went to Columbus,
12 to 2; Lake, who lost tha Saturday
game for Tillamook, also being bumped
hard in the Monday game. Tha Colum
bus battery was Thompson and Ha-worth.
Tigers Make Seven Straight.
Tacoma, Wash., June 6. Tha Tigers
made It seven straight games by de
feating the Victorians, 8 to 0, In a faat
game. Hlgglns pitched a splendid
game, allowing the visitors but three
singles and walking one. , Thomaa was
wild and "Ineffective, walking seven bat
ters. The soore: R. H. E.
Victoria 0 3 I
Tacoma 8 8 1
Batteries Thomaa and Spleaman;
Hlgglns and Burns.
Seattle1 Gets One Bit.
Spokane, Wash., June 8. Spokane's
errors let Seattle score a run when
Bonner should have had a ahutout to
hla credit The big- Lewlston boy al
lowed but one hit, which was made by
Danny Shea. Spokane made five errors.
Tha score: R. H. E.
Seattle 1 10
Spokane 4 8 B
Batterlea Zackart and Snea; Bonnar
Flynn Bearing Training;.
Kansas City, Mo., Juno 8. .With
Dick Glvens of Philadelphia as aparrlng
partner, Jim Flynn, the Pueblo fireman.
who is matched to fight Carl Morris,
the Oklahoma hope, July 4, began
training hero today. It haa not yet
been decided whether tha bout will ba
ataged In Sapula or Tulsa, Okla. I
Multnomah Amateur Athletic club baa
arranged, for two featlval baaeball
gamea to bo played thla week with tha
crack Nea Perce Indian team of Slick
poo, Idaho. Tha Nea Perce-team la tha
greatest Indian, aggregation aver gotten
together In this section of tha country.
They have been under constant coaching
for several years, and ara now rated aa
tha best team In Idaho, red or whlta.
They have playad soma of tha beat
teama In that part of tha country this
year, and are determined to gat Mult
nomah's scalp thla week.
Tha Indians play tha clubman two
gamea, ona tomorrow and ona on Satur
day. Decoration day tbey defeated Lew
lston, Idaho, in tha first game that
Lewlston haa loat thla year by tha acore
of alx to two.
The following 1s a list of tha players
who have made tha trip: Halt Moon,
Red Duck. High Eagle. Slick poo. Fall
Tree, Clearwater, Penny, Bottles, Math
ews, Webb. They ara under tha man
agement of John Munday, an oll league
player. Tha reat of tha weak wlll ba
filled In with games with other teama la
the vicinity of Portland.
Both gamea start at 8:80 o'clock, and
will be played on Multnomah field.
Game) la Forfeited.
White Salmon, Wash., May I. Tha
ball game fTun&ay between thla place
and Hood River ended In tha fifth in
ning by tha visitors refusing to accept
tha decision of the umpire, who declared
the game forfeited, 8 to 0. Tha soore at
tha beginning of tha fifth waa 8 to I
in favor of White Salmon. Donaldson
and Large ware tha Imported battery
for Hood Rtver; Stockton and Kesfbaver
performed for Whlta Salmon. .
A Leading California' DraggUt
Pasadena, CaL, March 8, 11L
Foley and Co., Gentleman: We hava
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and Tar Compound for years. Wa be
lieve It to ba ona of the moat afflolant
expectorants on tha market. Containing
no opiates or narcotics It can ba given
freely to children. Enough of tha rem
edy can ba taken to relievo a cold, aa
It has no nauseating reeulta, and doea
not Interfere with digestion. Tours
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Parsons, 8ecy. and Treaa." Got tha
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pound In tha yellow package. Skidmora
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ScMoss Baltimore Clothes
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All Stars Beat Bayers.
Tha Portland All-Stars defeated the
3. C. Bayera by tha score of 8 to 8 In
an exciting eleven ' inning game
Sunday. Had It not bean for
a little baa lucic in me rore
part of tha game, tha Bayers might hava
won easily. Pitcher Bergman did fairly
well, but waa relieved by Pitcher L
cuyer, who struck out 18 of tha All-
Stars In hla S 1-8 Innings or play.
Ryan, Rapps and the rest of tha boys
will show the Angels how to secure a
82.00 Kenshaw. A home run does the
Cathlamet 4, Fort Colombia 8.
(Special Dispatch to Tbs JenrnaLl
Chinook. Wash., June 6. The best
ball' game of the season waa played on
the grounds here Sunday, when Fort
Columbia crossed bats with the Cath
lamet team. Morris and Chrlstonsen
were the battery for Fort Columbia,
while Ray Watkins and Carlson served
Cathlamet. Runs by innings:
Cathlamet 1 0 2 0 1 0 Ofl 04
Ft Columbia 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 03
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Power Company beginning today will
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contract an tared Into few -jnonthaajra
with the Salem. Wooian IfUlas .Tha ooaV
craat srooa uusitasn mis'niojTijng .
. la choosing their tmltorma-tha eoHt
pany permits tha men 'themselves to
decide what firm, shall hava tha sea-
traot. tha question being submit tad to as
vote, while a -now. clothing, win ba
patterned after that now "worn, tha
quality, of. material used . wlil ba-i su
Tba oompany yesterdar.Teauested fhaV
man toatur tnerjaseivea to thelr,"bast"
uniforms during Hose FestlT. weak.
Soma of than constantly havotw suit.
nana, ut wtw ui-us -uia.vuiar-
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Medal for Baseball Umpire.
Philadelphia, June 6. In recognition
of his 20 years' service as baseball or
bit er. Jack Sheridan, dean of American
league umpires, today has a handsome
gold medal presented by the league ofj
iicicuB. xie i mo vuiy umpire jn ms
tory so honored.
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KNOW that , the de
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