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The OREGON STATESMAN, Sakm. Oregon, Friday Mtrning, Aogost t 130
&& Spurt to
liltAY GET GOING
Oaks Come to Life as Buzz
Arlett is Banished, and
Rally to Win
SEATTLE, July 31 (AP)
The Seattle Indians trounced the
Missions S to 1 here" tonight to
make tbeir second consecutive
win of the series, the Missions
saring woo the initial game. It
was Seattle's first "ladies night"
and a crowd estimated at more
than 10,000 attended.
Almada, Seattle center fielder,
droTe a homer over the right
field fence in the first Inning.
R H E
Missions 1 8 2
Seattle ' S 11 4
Pillette, Johnson and Hofmann,
Walgren; Lamanskl and Borrea
ni. Oaks Miffed, Win
- LOS ANGELES, July 31
(AP) A four run rally in the
ninth gave Oakland its first vic
tory In three starts against Los
Angeles tonight & to 2.
The Angels stepped into the
ninth with a 2-1 lead. Buss Ar
lett was banished In the ninth for
protesting a called strike and
Manager Carl Zamloch went to
the showers with him after which
Oakland took revenge by shoving
across four runs.
R H E
Oakland .5 12 1
Los Angeles 2 8 1
Hurst, McQuaid and Lombard;
Delaney, Peters and Warren.
Keating Small Help
PORTLAND, Ore., July 31
(AP) Portland lost its seventh
straight game tonight and went
undlsputedly into the cellar as
Hollywood won for the third time
in .the series, 12 to 4.
Despite the lowly standing of
the Beaver-Ducks, ladies' night
brought out a crowd of approxi
mately 10,000, of whom at least
4000 were paying customers.
Keating made his first start
for Portland since obtained from
Sacramento by trade. But the
Hollies found him easy and rag
ged support made it worse. In
the seventh the Hollies knocked
him off the hill and scored five
It II E
Hollywood 12 IS 3
Portland 4 12 4
Turner and Bassler; Keating,
Cascarella, McDonald and Wod
dall. kemu tikes
technical k. 0.
Jack Kentworth won from Ted
Rogoway by a technical knockout
In the third round of the sched
uled ten round main event at the
West Salem fight pavilion Thurs
day night when Rogoway's hand
was declared to be injured and
he was unable to go on. Both
fighters are from Portland.
Art Akers lost on a foul in the
third round to Jimmy Anderson
of Portland, in a scheduled six
round main .event. Russ Greene
won on a knockout in a substi
tute bout when Pat Haley failed
to show. The preliminary bout
was a draw.
Believes a Headache or Neuralgia
in SO minutes, checks a Cold the
first day, and checks Malaria In
666 also in Tablets
Corns Come Out Without 9
Murmur; Pain Gone At
WAFERS THIN AS PAPER
SHOES DON'T HURT
.1 sever saw their equal Teak
leorn right oat by the roots and
toever a pain or sting. If s a joy
tto stick aa 0-Joy Corn Wafer" on
by tender,, achy corn. Away goes
pain immediately and then later
out comes callous, corn, roots and
alL Slip shoes Tight on they
wont hart O-Jor Corn Wafers
arc thin as paper. Stop using; ugly
turning adds and doughnut plas
ters. Inonsands of peopla tortured
with corns have joyfully Braised
O-Joy Wafers. Basalts absolutely
guaranteed. Six wafers for 10
tests, as Madias draKutt,
He Suffered Years, but Suf
fers No More, He De-'
- ' ek
,A WISE TIP FOR V
V ALL WHO SUFFER
"I trie4 aH the refwlar pile
ediea dinar the years I kad piles
bat eee seemed to reaen tne iron-
We uta recently I rot bold of a
half doze Utiles f Colac Pile
Pill which are amply treat. They
cave ate gW relief aad ajaick taeJ
Jh caa't let Oiac rile H3a reri
Maybe we expect too much of
a pair of wrestlers. Wednesday,
prior to the big match between
Sammy Vangler and Art Reilly,
some fans were greatly disturbed
in their minds because they had
seen Art and $ammy driving
around together in an automo
bile, apparently on the best of
That night, they snarled at
carta other in the ring; as of
old, and aptiarently did everj -thing
possible to mar each
other's features. The wimlnp
of their Ions; and grueling
match was virions enough to
Somehow the impression got
around that there boys were not
on speaking terms, in the ring
or out of it. Possibly there were
misgivings lest they should meet
accidentally on the street, pound
each other to a pulp and cheat
the cash customers out of a view
of the bloody spectacle.
Now the fact if, the reason
these boys were driving
arband together in a car. is
that they had a SO-minnte
natch down at Astoria Tues- i
day night. The presumption
is that they drove down there
together, chatting amiably all
the way, braised each other up
In their wonted fashion for 30
minutes, then drove back to
gether on the Mime pleasant
The Morning Astorian says:
"Sammy Vangler, 138 pounds,
Portland, wrestled .Art O'Riley,
138 pounds, Portland, to a draw
in the 30 minute preliminary in
one of the best shows ever
staged in the local ring. Both
boys showed plenty of class and
technique and were worthy of a
main event on any card with the
kind of a bout they put up last
All this may come as n
shock to some fans who
thought these boys were full
of murderous thoughts about
each other all the while. But
alter all, they were billed sim
ply for a wrestling match, not
a battle to the death. Wrest
ling, being defined, is a branch
of athletic tport in which two
men attempt to pin each oth
er's shoulders to a mat.
There's no guarantee they will
hurt each other, or eveu at
There is, however, an implied
guarantee that they'll wrestle
their best. Well, if there was
anything else to Wednesday
night's bout, those boys are
waatlncr their talents on wrest-
llne in this man's town. They
should be playing heavy dra
matic roles- in Hollywood.
Walter Arndt. of Prescott,
Ariz., was introduced Wednes
day night; challenged the win
ner. Claims be is former world
welterweight champion. We
can't guarantee that, but will
vouch for his being the home
liest man that ever climbed
into an arena.
Ernie Arthur and Mervln Bar-
rackman for the middleweight
tournament bout here next week.
Mervin insists the rabbit punch
be "left in. though we never saw
him try one.
Joe Adolph was the lad who
lost a fall to an armory chair
Wednesday night. C. M. Lee
lost a bout in the same man
ner a week ago, after Frank
Bligh started the fad.
Seals Win Third
Game of Series
ran FRANCISCO. July SI-
CAP) Chalking p their third
straight victory of the week, the
Ran Francisco Seals defeated the
Sacramento Senators, 6-5 here to
day. R H E
Sacramento 5 10- 1
San Francisco 14 0
' Bryan, Hamilton and Koehler,
Wirts: Davis and Gaston.
A FEW CENTS ALL DRUG STORES
real bad cases f piles i aty ati
aaatteO declares Mr. Carl West
phal. well Vaowa retire fanner af
. Netet Until the perfeetMsi af
Calae Pile Pilla ia the wrld's lar
gest laboratory abeat the aaly real
maedies for piles was either aa
peratiea, ar Messy aalres ar aa
pasitoriea. - Naw nebody aeed aaf'
fer aay at ere aad to prave it aeed
aat ris a penny, far drartiata eefl
Calae? PUa rills ,ea oey bach
ffaaraatosv ar aeM T5e ta Catac
Cheat ksl Ca Brmtweod, Md, fat
regaiar battle fall dinwHwa.
tni eV:v- ;:
ALBANY AT TOP
McClain Boosts Own Rating
To .590; Sullivan and
dinger Are Next
In addition to dropping Eugene
from a tie with Salem for first
place in the - Willamette Valley
league, the Albany Alcos last
Sunday forged ahead of the Sen
ators in team hitting, running
their standing up to .271 as com
pared to Salem's .269. Eugene is
third with .235 and Corvallia
ranks last with .228.
McClain of Albany with the
phenomenal rating of .590 is
leading the league's hitters,
Sullivan and Olinger of Salem
being bunched next with .409 and
.351, Sullivan having passed Ol
Salem is at the top in fielding
with .955, having passed Eugene
Sunday. The Townies' average is
.947. Peterson has a big edge on
twirlers' standings, with six
games won end one lost.
He is, in fact, the only pitcher
now active with an average over
Individual hitting averages
AB R H Pet.
McClain 22 6 13 .590
Wilkinson 52 8 18 .346
D. Stritmater ... 50 8 17 .340
McReynolds 44 9 13 .295
Blackwell 34 5 10 .294
Hecker 48 8 13 .271
Horton 8 11 .250
Campbell 4 0 1 .250
Fortier 29 5 7 .241
Lansing 43 3 6 .140
Stritmater 30 4 4 .133
Jenks 27 3 3 .111
Beams 11 1 1 .091
Poling 7 0 0 .000
Jones 12 2 5 .417
Sullivan 22 8 9 .417
T. Girod 47 8 16 .340
Hogan 6 12 .333
Olinger 29 3 9 .310
Edwards 44 5 12 .273
Gill 40 7 10 .250
L. Girod 45 7 11 .244
DaVault 18 2 4 .222
Peterson 27 6 5 .185
P. Girod 49 11 9 .184
Russell 5 0 0 .000
Stevens 24 9 8 .333
Robie 30 9 9 .300
Epps 17 1 5. .294
Barnes 24 3 7 .292
Gould 34 4 9 .265
Husband 32 6 8 .250
Bliss 28 3 6 .214
Anderson 11 1 2 .182
Shaneman 25 2 2 .080
Burton 12 0 0 .000
Reinhart 2 0 0 .000
The East Perks Up a Bit
! By HARDIN BURNLEY
BULL- Alt if. AfS
W'AJKLE Jim Wl CV-;1 A VV
HAVE W JI 14M)
both yh - gf
BOOSTED ) j
-SPORT Ml ? HV j.
Vrwsrieej l &
ZESTFUL athletic rivalry af aa
intcrsectional nature In the
United States is always pre
d active of much argument between
the sport bugs of the North, South,
East and West. For several years,
the latter usually represented by
products of v Pacific Coast schools
and colleges have been whipping;
the ast decisively at football and
In track meets. The West mopped
ap on the grid last Fall and won
the vary important L C. 4 A meet
at Cambridge, ltiuvk, last Spring.,
But the East is not without
soma ' real consolation.: At the
Poughkeepsie Regatta,. Cornell,
Syracuse, and Massachusetts Tech
came in 1-2-3, while California and
WaabJngtom vara tve ei the fa
Portland Decoys Into
Schoenl , It .000
Hammerlckson 1 0 t .000
Lamb 43 9 15 .349
Disney f 0 2 .333
Brown 23 2 1 .304
Hafenfeldt 38 6 11 .289
Saling 9 12 .222
Coleman 33 2 .182
Bagley 28 1 5 .179
Quisenberry .. 40 0 ,6 .150
Mack 24 1 3 .125
Lovejoy 3 0 0 .000
Burmeiater 2 0 0 .000
WASHINGTON, July 31.
(AP) The Athletics made a
clean sweep of the series against
Washington by winning today's
game 4 to 3, a Senator rally in
the ninth being nipped after
three men bad scored.
R H E
Philadelphia 4 10 2
Washington 3 4 0
Earnshaw, Grove and Coch
rane; Hadley and Spencer.
Cleveland Coming Up '
CLEVELAND. July 31. (AP)
Cleveland made it three out of
four in the series over Detroit
today by scoring two runs in the
ninth to win, S to 3.
R H E
Detroit 3 8 2
Cleveland 5 9 2
Sorrell, Cantrell and Hay
worth; Ferrell and L. Sewell.
White Sox Win Two
CHICAGO, July 31. (AP)
Ted Lyons bested Coffman in a
pitcher's battle today in the sec
ond game of a doubleheader to
give tHe White Sox two for the
afternoon over St. Louis. Lyons
and Coffman each allowed four
hits, but the Sox bunched theirs
in the third for a 1 to 0 de
cision. Braxton kept eight hits
well spaced to win the opener,
10 to 2.
St. Louis 2
Gray and Manion;
St. Louis 0
Coffman and Manion; Lyons
Gehrig Hero Again
BOSTON, July 31. (AP)
Lou Gehrig once more blazed the
way to victory for the New York
Yankees today as they eked out
a 14 to 13 victory over the Red
Sox in a poorly played game.
R H E
New York 14 12 7
Boston 13 17 6
Wells, Sherid and Dickey;
MarFayden, Durham, Russell and
; Heving, lerry.
GBO. BULLWlAiKUB -SLIM
CC.AJ.y. PHEMOM -THE
.C.-4-A. MILE champ
ANIP ONE OF, THE MOST
PRoMlSlMG MILEFZS- OF
ISM. Knc raatana SyailcaM. hat. Cnrn
vorites that went blooie on the
rugged Hudson that June after
iBeidentalfar. mam fm tla Vt
think they have in Yale crew
even better than Comll'a fn fat
a goodly number of experts tab
ui ivov ciue varsity aa ne best
in America" if not in the whole
Yale has been coached for sev
eral years by Ed Leader who (and
the west can. smile over this de
tail) gained his first fame with
Washington's "Husldes." .
The Sast also believes ft has
the nation's best miler fa George
Bullwinkle, of the College of the
City of New York, who first at-
tnrnfrti iM neetiunes waaa M
OSLO, Norway, July 31
(AP) Steve Anderson, crack
timber-topper from the University
of Washington, equalled the
world record of 14.4 seconds In
winning the 110 meter hurdles
event at an international track
and field meet here today. Peter
son of Norway was second and
Hague of Norway third. Ander
son's time equalled the recently
accepted standard of Wennstrom,
Pendleton, another American,
won the 200 meters run in 21.2
with Nikajima, Japan, second and
Hagen of Norway third.
Reginald Bowen, sprinter from
the University of Pittsburgh,
slightly injured his foot and did
not run in the 200 meter finals.
Tommy Warne, northwestern,
won the pole vault with 13 feet
9 C-IC inches. NIshida, Japan,
was second and Mochicuki, Jap
The newspapers call Bowen the
meetings' chief star and say he is
the world's best man at 400 me
HUNTER LOSES TO
SEABRIGHT, N. J., July 31
(AP) All California finals in
men's and women's singles were
assured in the annual Seabright
invitation tennis tournament to
day as favorites fell by the way
side in the semi-final round.
Tomorrow Ellsworth Vines, Jr.
18 year old sensation from Pas
adena, Cal., will meet his fellow
townsman, Sydney B. Wood, Jr.,
for the men's title. Saturday Jo
sephine Cruickshank, Santa Ana,
and Mrs. L. A. Harper, Los An
geles, fight it out for the wom
Vine9 scored his second victory
in five days over Frant Hunter,
New Rochelle, veteran interna
tionalist and No. 2 in the nation
al rankings, in the semi-final
round today 3-6, 6-2, 8-6. Almost
as surprising was Wood's tri
umph over Clifford Sutter. New
Orleans, 6-3, 3-6, 6-0.
OCEAN CITY, N. J., July 31.
(AP) Earl Taylor and Jake
Hess, University of Texas, and
Bertram Hammeil, Swarthmore
college, advanced to the semi-final
round today in tb emn's At
lantic coast tennis championships
at the Ocean city tennis club.
VINES ONCE H
OF TUB YEAPZ
SrtUla rlchta natra
the three-quarter mile race at the
Penn Belays last Spnnjr and who
then made good by winning the In
tercollegiate mile from a brilliant
field at Cambridge, Mass.
Slim little Bullwinkle a genuine
product of the songful "Sidewalks
of New' York" has done the mile
in times ranging from 4:18 4-6 to
4:17 of late. In another year,
some predict he will Break Paavo
Nurmi'a 4:10 2-5 record made in
"... Bullwinkle, if he has not burned'
up too much energy during his re
cent trip abroad, should acoot for
Murmt's mane - in tne -- national
championships to be held at Pitts
burgh lata this month,
(Iacledlag Jaly S Sums)
W. L. Pet. W. L. Prt-
VUmoq 11 S .68Saa P. 8 8 .500
Holly. U 5 .688Sae'U 7 .438
Lot JL 9 7 .563 1 Portland 5 11 .313
OakL 8 8 .5001 Seattle 5 11 .313
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet
Philid. 89 34 .6701 Detroit 48 56 .463
Wash. 59 4d .5961 Chicago 43 58 .426
S. Y. 59 43 .5781 8t. L. 42 62 .404
CleveL 53 50 .515BofteB 35 65 .350
W. L. Pet. W. L". Pet.
BrookL 60 39 .6t6 Pittsb. 48 49 .45
Chicago 58 41 .5861 Boston 45 53 .459
X. Y. 55 44 .5561 Cincin. 44 53 .458
St. L. 48 49 .493! Phiiad. 32 63 .337
At Philadelphia 12. Brooklyn 7.
At Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 8.
At Xcw York 11, Boston 5.
At Washington 3, Philadelphia 4.
At Cleveland 5. Detroit 3.
At Chicago 10-1. St. Lonis 2-0.
At Boston 13, Now York 14.
Dempsey to Try
STOCKTON, Cal.. July 31
(AP) Jack Dempsey, former
world's heavyweignt champion,
will start rigid training lor a pos
sible return to the ring at- his re
stfrt in Ensenada, Mexico, in the
early tail, Leonard Sacks, busi
ness manager for the former
cnampion, stated here today.
Dempsey will referee tne D. A.
V. tight card in the Civic Memor
ial auditorium tonight.
If Dempsey satisfies himself
that he can ably represent Ameri
ca, he will return to the ring in
an etfort to return the heavy
weignt crown to this country,
To Defend Title
SAN FRANCISCO. July 31
(AP) Ancil Hoffman, San
f'rancisco boxing promoter, an
nounced today he had telegraph
ed Ray Alvis, manager of young
Jack Thompson, offering the
welterweight champion a 'guaran
tee of S65.U00 if he would defend
his title here against an opponent
to be selected by the promoter.
Hoffman said Young Corbett of
Fresno was his choice as an op
ponent, corbett already bolus
three decisions over Thompson.
Mac Smith Wins
Open Golf Meet
NEW YORK, July 31 (AP)
Scoring 68s on hia last two
rounds, MacDonaid Smith, veter
an from the Lakeville club, cap
tured the Long Island open golf
championship oyer the eourse of
the engineer's club today with a
72-hole total of 278. Smith put
together rounds of 73-69-68-68 to
distance the field by eight
In Answer to
Suit on Note
- When interest and other
charges levied by the loan com
pany reduce a 11550 loan to
S1157.7J by the time it reaches
the hands of the borrowers, the
interest amounts to usury. So as
sert Ralph J. and Emma Stevens
and L. R. Martin, in their
amended answer to mortgage
foreclosure complaint filed
against them by the Prudential
Savings and Loan association.
The defendants allege that the
loan company would make no
definite statement of interest to
be paid on the loan, but that
said Interest amounts to 10 per
cent. They ask among other
things, that the suit be dismissed
and a decree entered that the
note is for the sum of 11167.75,
instead of $1550. and that. It
draw six per cent interest from
date of the decree.
W.B. Nutting Is
When Hit by Car
W. B. Nuttinc. former resident
of Salem, was seriously injured
Saturday night in an accident oc-
enring on the Newport highway.
He waa on the hiehwav when
he saw a ear overturned on the
side of the road. Rushing to the
machine, he attempted to held the
occupants from the car when the
auto tipped, rolling over Nuttinr
and down a steep embankment.
According io word received
here Thursday, Nutting sustained
serious injuries and is now in a
hospital at Toledo.
MICKEY COHEN WINS
DENVER, July (AP)
Mickey Cohen, Denver, - knocked
out Phil McOraw, Detroit, in the
first round of their ten round
bout hero tonight. The. fight last
ed' only a minute and a half.
CAWLEY BEATS IATZO
"WILKESBARRE, . Pa., July II
(AP) rrankie Cawley. form
er Pitsburgh-baker -boy, tonight
won the decision over Pete Lat-
so, former welterweight cham
pion after tea rouada.
ROUT LOSING JI
PHILADELPHIA. July 31
(AP) The Phillies had two
five-run innings today and broke
their 11-game losing streak with
a 12 to 7 victory over the Brook
R H E
Brooklyn 7 1 3
Philadelphia 12 14 0
Phelps, Heimach and Lopei;
Sweetland and McCurdy.
Larry Wins Own Tilt
PITTSBURGH, Pa., July 31
(AP) St. Louis' one run defeat
bugaboo bulked larger still as the
Cardinals today dropped their
third straight game of the series
by that margin vto Pittsburgh. 4
to 3. Larry French won his own
game with a double-in the Pirate
R H E
St. Louis 3 10 0
Pittsburgh 4 8 2
Grimes. Lindsey and wuson;
French and Bool.
Get Score of Hits
NEW YORK, July 31 (AP)
-The Giants piled up 20 hits off
the three Boston pitchers today
and defeated the Braves. 11 to 5.
Allen hit a home run for New
R H E
Float on 5 10 3
New York 11 10 1
Zachary, Frankhouse, Cunning
ham and Spohrer; Mitchell, Pru
ett, Carroll and Hogan.
Salem Golf Course 2 miles south
on River Drive. 18 hole watered fair
ways, large greens. Fees 75c, Sundays
and holidays, $1.00.
REETEB GOLF, driving practice,
20 balls for 10c. For men and wom
en. Winter Garden, 333 N. High.
Why go miles to swim when you
can swim at Taylor's Beach ; only 10
and 15c, 2 let and State.
HAZEL, GREEN PARK Swim
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amusement apparatus. Miniature golf
F. N. Woodry
It Trs. Salem's leading Auctioneer
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R. D. Barton National Batteries
Starter and generator work. 202
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Bicycles and repairing. 387 Court
The best la bicycles and repairing.
H. W. Scott. H7 S. Com'l. Tel. 8.
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Tearh Once More
CLEVELAND, July 31 (AP)
Announcement that Roger
Peckinpaugh, ? serving his third
season as manager of the Cleve
land American league baseball
team, had signed a contract to
continue in that role for the
1931 season, was made today by
President Alva Bradley.
Peck was given the new con
tract at this time as an expres
sion of confidence of -the club
owners, Bradley said,
Crew Is Winner
BOSTON, July 31 (AP) The
Springfield Roving club's Junior
eight oared crew defeated the
West Lynn boat club junior eight
by more than four lengths on the
Charles river hero tonight fn tbo
first extra event on the National
Rowing association's championship
regatta program. The winning
crew's time for the mile and a
qnarter race was six minutes 41
LIPTOX OS WAY
HORTA, island of Fayal,
Aiores, July 31 (AP) Sir
Thomas IApton's shamrock V and
her convoy, the steam yacht Erin
left here today enroute to the
United States "where the Sham
rock will compete for the Ameri
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EOFF ELECTRICAL SHOP. 347
Court St., Tel. 3:5.
LAWN mowers sharpened, saw fil
ing, keys, etc Stewart 251 Court.
Steamship reservations. Salem Tra
ct Agency, m S. High. TeL IJ4.
M1. rebuilt and repaired. AO
"d of woren jrlre fence, fancy and
ptaln. hop boskets and hooka, togs
262 Chemeketa street, a K. Fleming.
D. H. MOS HER Ta Uor for men and
women. 474 Court 8t
TOP AND BODY WORK
Top, body and fender repairs, au
tomobile painting. - Knowlea Top 41
Body Shop. 272 N. High. Tel. 34SS,
-.CAPITAL City Transfer Co. 22t
State St TeL 933. Distributing, fo"
W,V 5 and tra our specialty. Gat
.OR.,1,oc?J.?r lant transfer stor
age, call llli, Larmer Transfer Co.
Trucks to Portland dally.
WILLAMETTE Valley Transfer Co.
tons; distance hauling. 2 dally trips
Salem to Portland. Office Front and
Trade. Tel. 1400.
All makes washers, ironers and
cleaners repaired. On minute wash-
er. 2041 N. CapltoL TeL 1791. &
... BECKS HENDRICKS
119 N. High TeL IM.
JOSEPH BARBER RKALTV CA
200 Grey Bldg. . . TeL 199
- - & M. EARIJB - -224
N. High St Tet t2tt
HOMER a FOSTER ItSALTT 7xX
870 State St. , , TeL U. t ;
W. H. URA BENHORST CO. . '
194 a Uberty 6t . Tei lit.
I. . SOCOLOFSKT SON
- rtrst Nat Bk.. Bids. TeL tlfc
... J. r. ULRICB
ISt K. Commercial TeL 1314,
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