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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912.
Sme Kids Get Awfully Husky in Three Years
By "Bud" Fisher
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HOPPE'- OUTPLAYS SDTTON
ChimpioB'." jilk Line Cue Artiit
"T seisins Hu Title,
' vnrsii'8 high Era mrm-sn
' Final ' ef Billiard Mate la
New York FIt Hendeed relate
' ; It T Headrrd aad
NEW TORK, Fb. S.-WIIII Hoppe. tor
th eecortd Urn In a few month, lueoe
fulry defended hU Ljtl of world 1M
balk IIM billiard chainploa sf si list
Oeorge Sutlea ef Chlosge a challenger
here tonlrht. Th final acora waa M
aalnta t HM n(a ahunaion a avtrac
waa m-tr. with hlfhrtiM ol N, and
Sutton nr ihroatanad to aniwi tha
till and Ma o work waa dlaappolntlng.
HI artrao-maa If MI ana aia Wat run
r. Hopp lid bit tli wlt a run
of aavanty-tant. 1
' Button, Wtw won tw baik;. aataa ana
od tarn buwlac Mam - cuahloa.
Hope put twatv ouahloa ahota toawthar
aa hta drat frt and back ad It with
firtjr-ama Ik kit Bit turn. Hla raw
ahota war aacallant and hla aaa of Knc
llak arouiht about batlar poaltlon than
Suttaa aaound. Th latter eoasad lh
apbaraa toavtlMr at clnwa, but waa oft
on bla atnfla auahloa ahota.
Both aaparlanoad aoata la aaa aut eu
work attar ta apanlnf laalnca. It waa
Hop wba flrat atralaktaaad hlmaelf mi,
makliui a ran of alnxr-ali la kla alavaatk
tura at taa Ubla. Tb ehampioa farerad
tha abort labia method tor bla big el tutor.
Itoppa kd by NT ta Ml at tha and at
tht Inalnc. '
liappa two turna later backed up hla
M run with ea of eli1tr-lf ht and
at tha and of the fifteenth Inning tb
tally etood 41? ta 8. Hummary:
: William r Hoppe-lt, t, M. S. I, . k
1. , a. , I at, a, it Total, HA
Avtraaa, nt-tt. tilth rune. M. a Tl.
owuia mmon-i, it, t. , n, aT. n, 1,
, A ' .Total, m. Aver
age, Mi-n. tuna. (7, to, J.
Heferee Harry P. tuina of Philadelphia.
Mayer Kmleyea Itratrar.
NEW YORK, r.b. l-ltrlry on th
part of Jeaeph Mayer, th Philadelphia
champion, worked tha defeat of J. r.
loagnburg . thla afternoon In tb only
, game of th day In the annual elaaa A
1U balk Una amateur billiard eharapton
ahlp. Mayer began by aoandlng tb balla
all around the table aatll lb former
champion completely loot hla touch for
the etoa poaltloa gam, at which he la
Mrongaat. Wltb Poggeaburri gam
wrecked Mayer proeaeded to run out and
flnlibed by th acor of point to ML
Mayer-Total, am ATeragi laVaV Itlgh
rttna, a. 41, (L .
Pontcnbura-Total. JW. Arage, l.
44.' jin rune, an.
Beat the Freshmen
Aa a practice for their game with th
SHrr CUy (la) High eohool toaight, tha
Cretghtea aanlor met tha treahmea at
baaket ball ytaterday and flipped oft with
a to 15 victory. The treahmea early In
the ataeoa beat th aenlor la a regular
game. The aenlora ahewed apeedy team
work and ability la throwing goala, whll
tb treahmea were crippled through tb
loa ad tbatr beet pkurer and lack ef
praetied. Rueeum waa the efuora bright
aw, abartng alxteea haaketa. Wuttra
aad Torraj played tb ban) gam tor th
letanaMn.' 1 '
The lineup: . ' -
" CNlORa. r-RESHMEH.
Inpbier L.F.IL.F. .. Kelley
Buicun B-f . H P. ...(C) Waiter
Frewex m C.C u Torrey
i Vi on abr JC.) . . L.O. ! UO. k. .Conroy
Miliar .....iKO.H.O. Lahort
Kjan ,. uulu tutna
4oaia from field: VlUar (4), OTennor
i -'I, reeiiwi ri. lasiwaf ui. icuaaum
(Hi. wattera . Kelley (Tl; Torrey O).
Weorea: J4. avi; total. T4-U Hrlerer:
H, fennel t. , Moorer: Moore. Tekaa
Taaekeeper. Lewt. Time of bartea
Toaight tb Bealara aa4 tb Omaha
DaMreralty Heaarvea will play a deuble-
bewaer at all Tor City. la,
high acbeol aad town taua.
BRISK PLAY SEEN IN SECOND
ROUND OF GOLF TOURNAMENT
PINBHIH8T, H. C. Feb. l-Brlik play
praralled la In aaoood round at th St.
Valentin golf tournament today, . th
match requiring aa eitra hoi and few
of them ending abort ef th eJiteentb,
Survivor la th tint drrMoa who play
la tomorrow! etml-rtnala art Robert
Hunter of Weebura and C. N. Phillip
of In O reed with Orantr club aad C !
Becker of Weodlaad aad Dr. C. H.
Oardnay at Age mam. t
In the eon eolation there remain T. B.
Boyd of Bellertev and C. M. fink af
Dunwoodle and T. K, Robeaoa of Oakhlll
and Joeepn Curtlaj of ftochoaur, N. T.
Appeal for Share of
1 Draft Price' Denied
CINCIXXATf, O.,' Feb. I. -The appeal
f Player C, Q. ftterefT of tha EWane
vtu club of lha cntral league aaklng
that a ruling of the National aeaoclation
which refueed to allow htm one-third of
th draft price paid for him by th Bt
Loula club of tb National league be eat
aelde waa refuted today by tha National
Baaa Ball oemmlwlon. The evtdenc
ahoWed that while tb player would prob
ably have been entitled ta one-third of
th porebaae money In caa b waa cold,
yet no provldoa waa mad la caa b wa
Player Harry & MeCarmlek of th New
Tork National waa raatorad to good
landing In erf aiilied baaa bail upon Ui
payment af a floe of K The player
contended that h refuted to report to
th New Tork club owing to hi deatr
to promote bla buelnaaa Intereata, which
we're ouulil of baaa ball.
OMAHA H. S. FIVE TO -
PLAY LINCOLN SATURDAY
Tha Omaha lllab aobeal baakat ball
aqaad la without h eervtree of a coach
thla week, aa Joy Clark, erne ha been
teaching th youthful banket fllngert tb
art of the floor gam line tb opening
of th aeaeoa I aow In Baa Frenetic
a buatnea and will not return until next
week. ' ' .';
Neverthelea tb ' lad are' practicing
juat aa regular a ever at taa local "Y"
gymnaalum for , their pnnual battle with
tb Lincoln High achool quintet which
will be played at tha Capital city Satur
day evening f Captala Croekar, left for
ward, la directing tb work of th aquad.
SHERIDAN GETS POPULAR
DECISION OVER -WAGNER
WINDSOR. Ont. Feb. l.-Populr de-
deum gae Mickey Sheridan of Chicago
a allgtit bad over Billy Wagner of
Chicago la a tat tight-round bout bar
Wagner aulpolated Bbeiidan allghtly,
but tb latter conatantly . carried th
fight t hi clever opponent The men
are lightweight. There wa not a
knockdown during tha fight. Sheridan.
wboaa phyatcal condition caueed him to
aeeb reat recently, abowed market Im
proveinent over bla hut W Indoor fight.
BILLY UVICK TO MEET -
"KNOCKOUT BROWN SOON
KANSAS CTTT. Ma, Feb. l-KBpedal
TiegTmja.)AmuieainuU are under way
tor a twelve-round bout batween Oeorg
(Knockout) Brown of Chicago aad Billy
L'vtck af Omaba U tab pwc hi t
city about .February 12.
WIU BE INVESTIGATED
V&EW tORX. Feb. (,-Applk-f tMi he
- bees mad by the But Athletic commia-
arna t Attorney OoDeral Canaowy to
Investigate tb tetttmony of Ab Atteil
aad bia maaager, given during ta recent
beartnaT of tb Attetl-Kaoekeut Brown
flgbt ber. aa ta recall ef wbkh AtteU
waa eoaTlcted of "faking" and barred
for tlx moarh from booting k thla Mate.
Tb eoamhmloaer referred tb matter
t the attorney general, believing that the
reafBetln teMtmeay given af the bear
ing might bnonre a charge of perjury.
Today Mr. Carmody replied that bit
deputy 1a tbl city will look after the
The eoRteiluloe today barred "Ty
coon, a rhnadelpbla lightweight, from
bsHBg In thla atat far alaety day.
Cobb. It la aaxged, tPd U appear far
s acbaftuled bout with ntay Kllaa.
BadleM Will Have mall Team.
MADISON, Neb.. Fab. l-(Hpclal.-A
meeting of lha balnea mea aad hi
bail faaa aaa beaa called at the ally ball
at I p. am. Friday to dlecuat tb propoal.
Uea at arawakung a bail team taa com.
ing euauner and to prevtd way and
amaaa far It eupport Madlaoa pro poena
to get aa tb map from a baa ball point
at view aa well aa la other matter, aad
If plena work ewt aa contemplated Madl.
oavjrlU bar aaaee bail team tb coming
year wmea wm can ataer a? waa in
Bortbeaat Xebraaka la act bp aad tak
Amarkaat "Th Prince Cbap." .
Braadelai "A Bight Oat."
atauaee toaay at tb Amerteaa, Oay-
y, Brag aad urphaum tkeaMre.
A Nlrht Out." May Robeon'l new ttar-
ling vehicle, which aha will ore rent at
the Brandel theater tonight, la a dcllght-
iui comedy in three acta, dealing wun
the reeulu with heredlUry Influence from
a humoroua point ol vlew. In It the co
authors have developed a eerie of ex
tremely funny situations. May Roeaoa
aa "Uranmum" la aa funny aa In "The
Rejuvenation of Aunt Msry. and the role
the beat medium ftir dltniay that aha haa
eyer had. Miss Hobeon a engagement laata
over until Haturday evening, with a mati
nee on Saturday,
Oecar Kammerateln present Mil.
Florenc Wrbber In "Naughty Marietta"
at the Brandeis theater on next Sunday
and Monday. The muato la by Victor
Herbert. A special mallne will b given
Th regular midweek matinee will be
given at the American thla afternoon.
- in rrine map neing ta piil
A new Interest la the Bncllsh music
halls a aroused by the appearance of
Joato Heather, the charming singing
comedienne at the Orpheum this week.
Three and sometimes four chatursa of
costume are mad during the act. One
of ber most popular songs Is "II Wa
Nice and "Be Me safely by tb Zoe"
Ticket for Blanch Walth are now on
sal at the Orpheum. Mlsa Walth will
Dreeent 'The Thunder Gods." a short
dramait akstch, next week.
The business F.d bee Wroth I doing
at III Osysty prompted Manager John-
I to wire the t'olumbla Amusement
company asking of the engagement of
"The uiMrer Ulrls" could not be extended
for another wrk. Mr. Johnson la forced
to admit that the arrangement he drelred
could not be made, which simply mean
that It you Intend going, by all mean
reaetve your seal wll In advance. Mati
8 Dedal scenery which renulre men
than four hours for It etaxlna la us
In tha presentation of "I.a Nympher"
at the Krug this week. Tble novel act haa
created much Intereet. Beautiful women
are among the Important actors In K- tie.
cause of the unusual amount of scenery
and the construction of It. members of the
audience who occupy boxes are compelled
to leave tnir aoate for positions In the
renter of the house. The beauties of "La
Nymphera" cannot be seen from a box
Desperate (beetles .
pain la th chest require quirk treat
ment Tak Dr. King New Mieovery
for af and sure reliefs Wc, H.(t For
al bv "trn Drug po.
' De Welaea Blgaa W elch.V, .
A '' h! l llarrv Welch
formerly mlrd bawnan, has been tlgned
tor the 1U srseon Cy lee Molnea West
ern leaxtie team. Wslrk was released
last aprlng by fcloul City anil during part
of th season managed th Mitchell club.
South Dakota State league.
Young Men's Hebrew
- Association Decides
' -".Upon Organization
, An enthutisitlc meeting of th Toung
Men' Hebrew association waa held last
evening In the vestry room of Tempi
Israel. , .Tb constitution of th organisa
tion wa read and amendment made.
Tha constitution will b read for th last
Urn at th meeting aext Wednesday
evening and will be passed upon by th
Th question of due and election of
officer waa th chief topic Many were
In favor of having an annual settee sment
of 13. Other wanted th member to be
divided Into alx classes, ". patron.
honorary, active, donor, and Junior mem
bers, each lo pay at least ft aad a
much mors a they caw (It. Thoa Op
Posed to thla claimed that Ihd members
paying a large sum into the association
would consider themselves above thoa
Who paid hut H Thla wa settled by giv
ing equal privilege In th club to all mem
ber no matter bow mack they con
tributed to th general fund of th or
ganisation. Thla rat of assessment
was adopted. '
Whether to lect th board of director
for thro year or on year greatly
pusxled th aasodation. '' Bom thought
by electing them for a kmg term of
office woald tak away th authority
from th association. Harry Laptdua
aid that th Jewish people when they
belong ta sn organise tloa want to have
something to ay about It running,
that OiH wa a quality Instilled In tb
Jewish people by nature. . H said that
If S few awa war ta have tb say about
tb butt nest of tb club th members
would los Interaat la th association..
It waa decided to elect the board of
director for on year. Th election
will be held In th near future.
Speeches praising tha men for pushing
met beneficial project for tb Jewish
men In Omaha wr mad by 1. Ziegler,
T. S, liadra. B. Berg and William Holta-
A library waa started last nenin.
About on hundred. voIuom war donated
oy tn members.
FARMER JOHNSON CONFIDENT
f-tHE HAS BIG COAL VEIN
fPEaJQNT,' Ntb., l-6pclal.-
Froperty, owners along Login creek In
th northeastern part of Dodg oounty.
are of the opinion that th discovery of
coal oh' Kph Johnson farm Is going to
be a big thing for that aactlon. In tolls
of tha cold weather and Inadequate tools
and equipment, Mr. Johnson haa con
tinued hi prospecting la other place
along the creek with very satisfactory
results, and other' farmer bare turned
prospector. Th same formation extend
a distance of several miles and earn
hav been discovered at a number of
place. Hack a little way from th
banks of the creek th blsck shal and
clay which overlaid th vein on the
Johnson place has been found at a depth
of only flit or six feet from the turfsc.
Walks Out of Store
With.Cases of Gems
CHICAGO, Feb. 4. -A man walked Into
a Jewelry store here today, picked up two
sampl case at Jewelry, walked out
and has not been found by th police.
In tb caa wsre Jewels worth 120.006
owned by a New Tork Jewelry firm.
They had been taken to tha store by
C. A. Ilolbrook, a salesman.
As th man was leaving, a footman
stopped him. but was told th salesman
had directed the case were to be takes
back to hotel. Later Holbrook appeared
and learned th Jewels bad been taken.
WILLIAMS GUILTY OF
. ROBBING TOLL TAKER
Feb Williams, tb negro who on the
night of December J held up. Earl W.
Spencer, toll man on tht Douglas street
bridge, and robbed him of tiLaX wa
convicted by a jury before Judge. Day In
th equity division, of th district court
He will be tentenced to from on to fif
teen years In th penitentiary.
COLONEL FOSTER DROPS
DEAD RIDING ON TRAIN
CHICAGO, Feb. I. Colonel Charles W.
Foster, acting chief signal officer and
Inspector of field artillery tor th cen
tral division of th United States army,
dropped dead tonight on a train between
Chicago and Fort Sheridan, Colo, Foster
was H years did.
WOMAN TIPS OFF DISPENSARY
AND BRINGS IN THE EVIDENCE
Captain Dunn Is satisfied that the
female of th pdes Is mora deadly
than th male. Men have volunteered
their cervices a (tool pigeons and whan
th captain told them to go as far as
tbey liked, nothing cam of their sleuth
-Early last Bight a little woman told
tb captain the knew where a naughty
man waa selling beer, and. If he'd Ilk
It, she'd go aut and get tha evidence.
That was all right with tha captain.
It waa I X o'clock when tb 8. O. 8.
flashed tram UN Jackson street. Cap-
lain Dunn detailed Sergeanta Cook and
Samuel son and Detectives Pattullo and
McDonald -to go to th number wtur tb
patrol wagon. I
Directly thereafter wa beard th
rustl of woman's skirts ta th Jail bin
and Into th captain office ran the
breathless Uttle woman. tumbler half
filled wltb beer bold high In th air.
"Her It is. Hera It Is," h cried.
'Tve got th evtdenc, I drank half of
It and hara s th atbar halt" Aad she
planked th ttals beer upon th captals'1
Then the officers carta! la a big
case of cold beef and numeroua bottles
of whisky. BUI Skarmsrltoa, tha pro
prietor of th plica, Wa locked up tor
selling attar I o'clock.
Th little woman will be the stsr wit
ness against him In nolle court thla
There la no better medicine made for
colds than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It acts en nature plan, relieve the
lungs, opens th secretions, aids expeo
toratlonr and restore tb tyttem to a
healthy condition For aala by all druggists.
Fifty FTeese t Death.
1HHIM, Siberia, Feb. t A party of
fifty person perished. In a snowstorm
while traveling along the road In the
vicinity of thla dty. ' Tbey were caught
In a drift from which, tarty corp have
Culled from the Wires
The 111 convention of th American
Bankers' association will be held In De
troit In the week beginning September k
An Increase In tha number of perma
nent letter carrier In Boston. Brooklyn
2nd Bt. Uouls ha been determined upon
by th Poatofflc department.
Mimic sea warfare carried oa by th
enure Pacific torpedo boat flotliia I
K Breeding along th JOO miles of coast
tween San Pedro, CaL, aad Saa
QuenUn. Dower California.
President Oome has teaued a decree
directing all the bead of national and
municipal department to dismiss era.
Kloyss against whom vtdenee of former
ostllity to th cause of "Cuba libre"
I presented by tb Veterans' associa
tion. i Convinced that th young nurse in th
pew Philadelphia General hospital, who
Wae believed by some af the attaches to
be Dorothy Arnold, la not the missing
heiress, John 8. Kleth of New York, at
torney for tb Arnold family, returned to
New Tork. . "
Council Bluffs High School Debating Team
Battle) CVeefe Wees a a Aaka Mearsw.
MADISON. Neb... Feb. 1 -(Special. V
Mra. Pair lee Hunter of Battle Creek. Nek.,
baa commenced action la the district
oeurt af Madlaan county tor trenU arpara
tloa from bar husband. Otle a. Hunter.
Kress Slge Ceatrwet.
- NEW TORK. Feb. A William J. Klem
today started a three year contract aa a
national league umpire. Mr. Klem has
officiated aa umpire la the aenlor rgani
sattoa for seven year.
" Flaeharat Celt Beaalte.
PtXF.m-RST. N. C- Fb. 1-Tnre
ntneeeea bele and two twenty-hole
matches s deled to tbe Interaat at today
ti. ley la the el Valentine golf tourna
, ment. ui fiver m tee first division,
H wao play la tb rder given m marrow.
. are; - - ....
. N. W. tVraa of Oklahoma aad C. U
- Bectrec- af Woodland. Dr. C. HV Oardaer
et Agwweua aad Herman Wendell ef etc
David's. Henry C. Pus sea ef Oakment
and Roben H Wsr of Wee Barn. C. N.
Phillip of AUssm City aad B. T. Allen
af i-- mil.
With the Bowlers
tj .' -t.i I
la the Metreaontu leagw the Drum
mer took two out ef three names frees
the K pedals. Bayaish af the Drummer
roiiea eiga nge game, IN, aad high
total, ill. Score:
let. M. M. TataL
Sayal 13) 141 ttj ill
fcauetaaa II M . IS 411
Straw m U m ' est
Taenia '. . a B . UU
sn. M. M. Total.
Ht l fS tut
IM bS MB M
Straw ,. - bC m ' UX to
J f -
OMAHA SOCIALISTS TO HAVE
ORGAN DURING CAMPAIGN
Tb socialist party of Omaha has now
completed plans through their dty cen
tral committee for th ublicatlon of
their campaign paper. Arrangements
have been mad with the Weekly Enter
priser, published by th Enterpriser Pub
lishing company of Lincoln, Neb., tor an
Omaba edition of BUM or BkOOO copies.
Th exact number will be decided aa
toon as lha dls(ributloB brlgad tnak a
complete record of th number at fami
lies living ta their respective ward
branches. These paper will be delivered
to tb families af Omaba by th socialists
free af charge. Tha Snt delivery win a
March a and will continue uatil after
A salty Defeats Tarfcle. ,
COLL BOB P RINGS, Is., Fs. eWBpe-eli.-Tarkto
met It flrat defeat of lha
teeeoa ta a bard fought gam with tha
old -rivals. Amity, bare last rtfht- Tb
first half ended wltb a tie score, u ta
U, but Amity's superior basket shooting
ta Ih laet bait ran tip th final acor
of S to XL '
Th key to tamess m business M tb
Bidlcloug and persistent use at newspaper
advertising. - . . . ,
Istlss Weds White Oirl.
MASON CITT, la.. Feb. s-SpclJ
Telegram.) Charles Hall, a half breed
Indian, living at Masu, Mont, was mar
ried today ta Miss Maud W seiner, a
reung whit woman of Klldnar, N. D.
Tbey left Immediately far tb watt.
MUTBMJBTS OF OOXAaT BTBAKXalS.
...rrts. Inaa, Plslsse.'
...Taertelse. Tteurta Lab.
BBW IUBK Vrulaa
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Fr an kliii
138 H P 350a
Ask your best friend what he
spends a year for tires. Unless
he drives a Franklin, divide that
. by three the result is Franklin
tire cost for a car of the same size.
There is no reason for exces-
. sive tire expense. Proper design
: 'Jts the ;aolution. Franklin light .
t" weight ' and easy riding keep
strain and over loading from the
. GUY L. SMITH
2205 Farnam Street. Omaha, Nebraska.
Space No.' It
Omaha Asto Slow ,
HOMESTEADERS PREPARE '
TO ASSEMBLE THEIR FORCES
Homastcaders who were lucky In th
recent Bowbud reservation drawing met
at dinner last night ta tha rathskeller
of th Henshaw hotel. More than ZM
men and women were there. Opt Cham
ber of Dallas, B. D waa th principal
speaker of th evening. He explained
th purpose of the gathering was to or
ganise and eTet special concession tram
th railroad and government II also
talked of conditions and land value 0
th Rosebud reservation.
Th meeting was patterned kftsr that
held In Chicago a week ago Tuesday. Aa
organisation waa formed last night wltb
William Stewart, manager of tha Oliver
Typewriter company, a president.
Charles Horn was elected vies president
and Mlsa Nell! McDonald secret try.
Th membership comprises residents of
South Omaha. Council Bluff and Omaha.
A meeting will be held every few weeks
aad thoa wha bar drawn number In
Tripp aad Mellett counties will be In
vited to attend.
law Saw He tee. . .
CRESTON Next Thursday tb Eighth
district republican congressional commit
tee will meat here to set the date for
th district convention that will apoint
tha national delegate to th Chicago
convention next June.
LOO AN Dr. C. W. Farwell of Omaha
wa meted by aa attentive audience at
Woodmen hall bar laet evening, at which
time tb Omaba lecturer asserted that
society was on th verge of a radical
change, and that tha signs of th time
clearly Indicated that tbe change would
be for the betterment of man, that lue
tic would displace Injustice and that the
conflict between labor and capital would
cress and that tbe brotherhood of man
kind would be fully eetabilahed In tbe
near future. .
LOOAN Members of th Order of the
Baatarn Star entertained the member
f Chrysolite lodge No. tit. Ancient Free
and Accepted Mason I. at Odd Fellows'
ball hut evening. A humorous exemplifi
cation of 1 the degree work of th blu
ledg, a two-course luncheon for ' leu,
solos and vocal music by a double quartet
were among the feature at th evening.
Mr. C. A. Harvy aad J. C. Smith were
among th solo singers. Tbe women'
Juartet wa composed of Mrs. W. H.
chnton. Mia Mary Rice, Mr. A. W.
Blaokburn and Mre. C. A. Harvey. Tb
arale auartet waa made up of W. H.
Johnson. J. C. Smith, Oeorg e Harvey and
C S. Cobb.
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