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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1921)
In Spite of Law,
Wardens Instructed Not to
Make Arrests, as Fihh Die
Unless Ar Holes ,
Cut in lee.
Lincoln, Jan. 31. Fisherme n in
the late regions of Nebraska are
unmolested while fishing through
the ice, even though it is against the
law to angle in any way at this
season. State fish and game offi
cials have issued orders to wardens
not to arrest persons found fishing
through the ice. It has. been found,
it is said, that! the opening of air
holes in the ice docs much to sus
tain life of fish. The few fish caught
in this way il said to be small in
comparison to the number saved
A severe winter, it is said, will
freeze ice . on the lakes to such a
thickness that it is Jiot possible for
a great number of fish to survive.
Most of Nebraska's lakes are shal
low, and unless openings are made
that a little air may strike the water,
a great many fish will .6uffocate as
they did during the severe winter of
several years ago. ,
Declared .Rare Sport.
Kinged perch are practically the
only kind of fish 'that may b caught
through the ice with a hook and line.
Game fish, such s bass, croppies,
pike and trout, will not he lured to
bait at this time of the year.
Fishing through . the ice i de
clared rare" sport. When properly
equipped, it is not nearly so uncom
fortable as one would imagine. Fish
ermen construct little shanties of
light wood or canvass and equip
them with smalt stoves. These are
hauled by hand over the ice on run
ners to the place where they want
Fish at this time of the year are,
tonally "to bt found, where the
water is deepest The perch are not
particular as to the kind of bait of
fered. As angle worms are next to
impossible to obtain, the fishermen
use raw meat or a piece of bread
until they make their first catch.
After this they usually use fish meat
Short rods are used. Often these
rods are nothing more than short
sticks, 18 to 24 inches long. The
bait is lowered to within several
inches of ,the ground.
. Bloomfleld, SSj Jilobrarsi, 81.
Sleornfleld, Neb., Jan. It. (Special.!
Ths Bloomrleld High school basket ball
riulntat defeated the Niobrara quintet here
In a hard-fought game by the acore of
St to SI. At the end of the regular
playing time the acore stood 21 to 2S.
louring the . extra five-minute period the
locale managed to Blip two field goals,
while the visitors rnged one. The game
was the best and meat closely contested
basket ball affair ever staged on the local
tourt. Fop Bloomfleld, Andresen. Salmon,
unri Pmrh itarrRri! Itandolnh clava here
Friday night. Thelocal hoopsters have
not lost a game
Ku far this season.
Randolph, 42 1 Carroll, 28.
Randolph, Neb., Jan. 81. (Special)
;iie Randolph High school basket ball
toara defVated the Carroll High quintet
here by the soore ot 42 to ti. The game
was hard-fought throughout. Both teams
displayed a good brand of teamwork. It
was the fourth victory of the season for
Utehfield Has Good Teeam.
Mtchfleld, Neb.. Jan. St. (Special.)
The local High school basket ball team
recently returned from a tour of the sur
toundlng towns, playing the high school
quintets. The Litchfield tossers defeated
Kearney Military Academy. 38 to 23:
Shelton High, S7 to 22; St. Paul, 26 to 7;
St. Paul college, 38 to. 20, and lost to
Grand Island High by the score of 27 to
11. Litchfield has also defeated Loup
City, Anslev, Broken Bow and Alliance
" by wide margins. Including Shelton, Class
"A" champions at the state tournament
last year. -
Cilenwood, J0 Mlssonrl Valley. IS.
Glenwood, la., Jan. 31. (Special.) In
one of the hardest fought basket ball
games ever staged here, the local High
tchool quintet defeated the Missouri Val
ley team by the ccore of 20 to 16. The
first half ended with the score 1 to 6 In
lavor of the local. The local girls' team
lost to the Stanton, la., girls by tha score
of 10 to r.
Schuyler, 10 1 Btromsburc, 9.
Schuyler, Neb., ' Jan. 81. (Special.)
The local High school basket ball five de
feated Stromsburg lu a hard-fought game
here by tha aoora of 10 to .
Denlsoa, S0 Jefferson, 20.
Dentson, la., Jan. 81. (Special.) Deo
ison High school's basket ball quintet won
over tha Jefferson quintet here by the
aeora of SO to 20 In a game featured by
the teamwork displayed by the locals.
. Geneva, 15 1 Hebron, 15.
Geneva, Neb., Jan. 81. (Special.)
(Seaeva defeated Hebron here by the acore
of' 25 to 16, Buehrer - of the winners
soared 1! of his team's 26 points. The
Hebron girls' team defeated the local girls
by tha aoora of IS to 6.
O'JfellJ. 11; Bassett, 7.
CNeilL Neb.. Jan. tU (Special.) In a
basket tell gams featured by close guard
ing on both sides, the local High school
defeated tha Bassett High, champions of
aorthweat Nebraska, by the score of 11 te
, 7. At tha and of tha first half the acore
was 4 to 1, In favor of the visitors. Stan
aard of the locals and March of Bas
sett were tha stars of the game. The
O'Neill girls' team lost to the Bassett girls
la a. close game by tha score of 26 to 1
Columbus, 19 1 Schuyler, 0.
Columbus, Neb., Jan. 31. (Special.)
By playing a fast floor game, the local
High school basket ball team succeeded in
defeating the Schuyler basketeers here by
tha score of II to 9. The local girls' squad
won from tha visiting girls by the scors
of II to It, ,
Oakland, 30) Ponca, S3.
Oakland, Neb., Jan. SI. (Special.)
Oakland boys' basket ball team defeated
tha Pone quintet here by the score of
30 to IS. The local girls trimmed the
visiting" girls' team In a fast game by the
score of tit to 16.
Pelk, SO) Marquette, 33.
Polk, Neb.. Jan. 11. (Spetlal.)-Polk
High school easily defeated the Mar
quette High school basket ball quintet by
th score of 60 to IS In a game played
here. The local girls' quintet won over
the visitors by the score of 16 to t.
Deshler Lutberaa High, 44; Seward Luth
eran t oaege, IS.
Deshler. Neb., Jan. 31. (Special.) The
local Lutheran High basket ball ball team
defeated the Seward Lutheran college by
the score ot 44 to 15 In a fast and well
played eontest. The locals displayed good
teamwork. The locals have a few open
dates and would Ilk to schedule games.
, Last Thursday evening the locals won
over Geneva In a fast game by the score
of 2t to 19.
' Superior Has Not Lost Came.
Superior, Neb.. Jan. 11. (Special.) The
following Is the report of the Superior
High school basket ball schedule for the
remainder of the season, also a report at
Tame played thus far this season: .
Superior. 11; Hastings, 1$.
Superior, 16; Hebron, 11.
Superior, 21; Sutton, 11.
Superior, 18; Edgar, 13.
Superior, li: Holilrege, 11
Th schedule follows:
February 4 Tork here.
February 11 Edgar here,
l February It Lincoln here.
Fbruary 2ASuperlor at Gen
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ing to Great Buffalo Com
petition by Plane.
Buffalo N. Y Jan. 31. (Special.)
by land, water and rail bowlers
of the continent will come flocking
to the international tournament of
the American Bowling congress, to
open in Buffalo, at the Broadway
auditorium on February 28, and en
due through the month of March.
There is increasing prospect of a
The entry from Tampico, Mexico,
lias been received, with the informa
tion that the team will leave there
on March 15, make the trip to Hous
ton, Tex., by' air service, thereby
saving 36 hours, and proceed thence
to St. Louis. The Mexico team
will play match games in St. Louis,
Chicago, Cleveland and Buffalo; en
route to the bis tournament. This
means a trip of 7,000 miles for this
team, by air, water and raiL
Entries to the tournament will not
close until February 10, and are be
ing received at the local headquar
ters, No. 501 White building. Buf
falo, 'N. Y., where John T. Smith,
the A. B. C. president, and James
A. Lockie, the Buffalo secretary,
hold forth, and also aj: the national
headquarters. A. L. Langtry, secre
tary, No. 175 Second- street,. Mil
Kealoha Breaks World Mark
For 100-Meter Swimming
Adelaide, Australia, Jan. 31. War
ren Kealoha, the' Hawaiian swim
ming star, broke tlie world's record
for the 100-meter event here today,
making the distance in 52 1-5 sec
onds. The foregoing dispatch does not
state whether the record by Kealoha
was for a pool or open water. The
pool is 1 minute and 1 second, and
has been held by Norman Ross.
Duke P. Kahanamoku of Honolulu
has held the record for 100-meters in
open waters, which has been 1 min
ute and 4-5 seconds.
Paxton-Gallagher Team ,
Wins Lion Curling Cup
The Faxton Gallagher company
curling team defeated the Lion
Bonding company team m the finals
at Miller park yesterday, winning
the second Lion Bonding cup to be
caotured bv a Paxton-Gallagher
aggregation. The score was 21 to 16.
In the semi-finals the
Gallaehers trounced the
engineers 5 to 3, and Gilchrist Audi
tors went down before the Lion
Bonding firm, 15 to 12. '
Semi-Pro and Amateur
Ow-rolii. 82 ( Tolk, 14. '
Osceola, Neb., Jan. 31. (Special.)
Oaceola town basket ball team difeated
the Polk town team here by the score ot
32 to 14.
Dodge Legion, -IK; t'lnrkmn Team, 7.
Dodge, Neb., Jan. 31. (Special.) The
local American Legion basket ball team
easily defeated the Clarkson town quintet
here by the scoro of 48 to 7. The score
at the end of the first half was 23 to 3.
Hubenka and Srb played the beet game
for the winners, while Tomes and Indra
starred for the losers.
Fremont Wroes, 30; Schuyler A, f' 27.
Fremont, Neb., Jen." 31. (Special.) The
Fremont Wroes, it local semi-pro and ania
tour basket ball quintet defeated the
Schuvler Athletic club basket ball qulnlct
here by the score of 30 to 27. The Wrona
and Bow ens will play in Fremont on Sat
urday evening, February 19.
The Thorplan Athletic club of Omaha
In anxious to whjdule out-of-town games
with state teams. For dates with the
local quintet "write or call N. Robinson at
511 Nortli Twentieth atreet, Omaha.
North Bend Legion. 26; Hughes-Parmer, IS.
North Bend, Jan. 31. (Special.) The
local American Lesion basket ball quintet,
defeated the Hushea-Parmer quintet of
Council Bluffs here by the score of 26 to
15 In a fast game.
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A TIMER' BURNS' claim
that Stranglcr Lewis' knob
lock is the bunk is more than
doubled by Zip, the duke of Barnnm
and Bailey's dime grabbers.
Zip has apparently had tempera
mental difficulties with Mary Gar
den's opera works, because he is
not chirping tenor in Chicago this
winter. He is doing his simian
monologue in Philadelphia in the
ruins of the old Bingham House on
Market street. ' The place is now
a museum, and Zip is zipping along
at the unripe old age of 72.- He still
wears that old Turkish nig skin
and is the only man in the world
who has to go to a carpet beater
for a massage.
Interviewing Zip is a difficult Job.
His vocabulary consists of "Urn
Urn" in all its delicate inflections
and intricate accents. But he is
sore ahout Strangler Lewis and his
skullcap, and insists that the Strang
ler can put the bcansqueezer on him
any time he wants to.
lie is in earnest about meeting
the Garroter. Zip gets his hair cut
with a nutcracker.' He claims that
you can't squeeze blood from a tur
nip, and is willing to allow the
Strangler to put the oil on him any
time lie is ready to post the forfeit.
Looking at that -pineapple on Zip's
shoulders, it looks as if Lewis is
in for a tough evening the night he
tries to place the brain-presser oa
Zip. - - ' .
Retired Naval Officer
Dies at Age of 74 Years
Newport. R. I., Jan. 31. Rear
Admiral E. D. Taussig, 74, retired,
died Sunday after a long illness.
Rear Admiral Taussig was grad
uated from the United States acad
emy in 1867 and a year later was
commended for service during an
earthquake at Arica. Late in the
Spanish-American war, while a cap
tain commanding the Bennington, he
took possession of Wake Island for
the United States. He afterward
served in executive posts in the Phil
ippines. He was retired in 1909.
Landis Promises to Keep
Base Ball Free of Crooks
Chicago, Jan. 31. Saloons made
crooks and crooks made horse rac
ing and boxing more than the pub
lic would stand, but neither liquor
nor crooks are going to spoil base
ball, Federal Judge Landis, base ball
commissioner, said in an address in
an Evanston church.
"Now that I am in base ball, Just
watch the game I plav," he said.
"If I catch anv crook in base ball
the rest of his life is going to be a
pretty hot one."
Navada Athletic Director
To Play Ball on the Coast 1
San Francisco, Cal., Jan, 31.
"Corky" Courtwright, athletic direc
tor of the University of Nevada,
plans to play base ball in the Pacific
International league this season. He
is on the roster of the St. Louis
American club but declined to re
port to St. Louis this, season be
cause of his contract with the uni
versity. Plan Dual Field Meet. r
Berkeley, Cal., Jan. 31. Track and
field athletes of the University of
California and the University of
Michigan will compete in a, dual
meet, here April 9, 1921, Luther
Nichols, California graduate mana
ger, announced. Each university will
be represented by a 15-mau team.
, Skater Wins Four Races.
St. Paul, Jan. 31. Everett Mc
Gowau, St. Paul, professional skater,
won four races ' from Art Staff of
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THK KKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY-. FEBRUARY 1, 1U21..
Tex Rickartl Will
Promote Title Bout
New York Sportsman Agrees
To Take Over Interests of
Brady and Cochran.
New York. Jan. 31 Tex .Rickard
will promote the Dempsey-Carpen-tier
bout for the heavyweight cham
pionship of the world, alone. He
made this announcement late today
after a conference with William A.
Brady, at which he agreed to take
over the interests of both Brady and
Charles B. Cochran of London, who
is seriouslv ill.
Bouts of the Week
Chicago Trlliunw-llnmlia Bee T.ro&ed Wire.
Mondav Night at New York Young
Edilio airainst Jimmy Jane (12). Willie
GIlIlRan ngainst Jack Hausner (12), Wil
lie Connors against t Danes itiwe ui,
Harvey BrlRht .agsinut Dutch Bramlt (Hi),
Matty Murphy atralnst Murray Alien (ID.
Tony qeraghty against George Prolo (6).
At Freeport. I,. T.Krnnkle Carpenter
agalnnt Tommy Maddon (10), Harold An-,
bott against Al Welnrnarlte (8), I.ee Wil
letts against Battling Sammason (1,
Young Scott against Johnny Jager (),
Johnny Wallace against Johnny Gan
Wednesday Night at New Yorfc Bob
Roper against Al Roberts (12).
Thursday Night at New York Jack
Tracy against Red Monroe (12.
Friday Night at New York Willie
Spencer against Frankey Fay (15), Char
ley Warren against Danny rowers (10),
Lou Bonaah against Brooklyn Battling
Nelson (15), ' "
' Saturday Night at New York-r-KId Pube
against Harvey Fright (15), Willie needi
er against Jimmy Dutfy (IS).
The Bee by Tad
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Caddock to Referee
Lee-Herrick Bout . .
At Atlantic Feb. 3
Earl Caddock, heavyweight
wrestler, who hails from Walnut,
la., will referee the scheduled 10
round boxing bout between John
ny Lee and Jack Herrick, to be
staged at Atlantic, la., Thursday
night, February 3.
A large crowd of Omahan3
will witness the scrap.
Omulni Fntpro,! in illv
Unialidns Entered in Alley
Meet of International Body
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kJL. X 11UI, -.H.1H1I., jail. Vie-" - V-
annual tournament of the Interna-
tional Bowling association will begin
here Friday, February 4, and con
tinue through February J4. Two
hundred and seventy-two ' five-men
teams, 602 two-men squads and 1,211
singles events are on the program.
In addition th bowlers from Minne
apolis and St. 1'aul, entries have
been received from Chicago, St.
Louis,. Milwaukee, Sioux City, Oma
ha, Des- Moines, Fargo. .Lincoln,
Sioux Falls, Webster, la., Winnipeg
and other cities.
NeW York Americans to Have
New $2,500,000 Stadium
New York, Jan. 31. The New
York Americans will have their own
home in 1923 on Manhattan Island,
in a steel and cement stadium hold
ing 80.000 persons, it was stated in
plans of a-construction company.
The entire cost of the project is
estimated at $2,500,000.
4 leaf Mend
To Give Trophy
For Ocean Race
Entry List Open to All Sizes
Antl Types of Sailing Yachts
Distance From Sandy
Hook to Ostend.
New York, Jan. 31. King Albert
of Belgium has offered a cup for
an ocean race from Sandy Hook to
Ostend, Belgium, open to sailing
yachts, Baron De Cartier, Belgian
ambassador announced Sunday. The
race is to start July 4.
The race will be without handicap.
the baron announced, as the king
desires an open contest for the cham
pionship of the high seas. All sizes
and types of sailing yachts with any
rig and from all nations are eligible
as are also auxiliary yachts, provid
ed the - propelling machinery is
properly sealed or neutralized.
The start is to be at noon regard
less of wind or weather, and the
starting point is to be between Am
brose lightship and the committee
yacht. A warning signal is to be
given at It) minutes before noon and
the starting signal will be given at
VachU, unable to reach the start
ing line will be penalized by the
time lost. "King Albert's cup will
become the permanent property of
the victor, and a suitable commemo
rative medal will be presented .o each
contestant," the baron said.
The duty of the starting commit
,,.;11 !, tn rnndnrt the stnrt and
consider all protests that may arise
up to the starting signal wnen us
duties will cease.
Entries are to be received by the
Belgian consul general in New York,
Pierre Maty at 25 Madison avenue.
Open Fishing Season
Urged by Omaha Men
Recommendation that fishing with
hook and liue be permitted the year
! round, ' except trout fishing which
; . , . , ,f it , ,)etweell ADrii j
land Octobr 31, was made by more
than 100 SDortmeri who met with
Edward W. Palmer, members of the
standing committee, on game and
fish legislation in the state legisla
ture in the office of County Sur
veyor Lewi Adams Saturday night.
Other recommendations included
an open season on chickens from
September 16 t'-- December 31; no
size limit on bullheads, crappies and
sunfish; open season for doves,
plover, geese and ducks and all other
water fowl, prairie chicken and
grouse from- September 16 to De
cember 31j'1osm1 season on rabbits
from April ;1 to September 16, and
increase of the penalty for violation
of the state fish and game laws to
five times the existing penalty.
Cricket Pro Dies
London, Jan. 31. (By Canadian
Press.) -William Gunn, the famous
cricket professional, died at Notting
Vermont is estimated to have
2,000,000 horsepower of undeveloped
To Quell Firing
In Mining Town
Scene of Trial of Minors on
Murder Charge.. Enlivened
When Mountains Are
Searched for Men.
Williamson. W. Va., Jan. 31.
Federal soldiers and a heavy force
of deputy .sheriffs were hurried into
the mountains,, surrounding William
son, early today at the sound of
rifle firing. Careful search failed -.to
reveal the presence of the riflemen.
There were no casualties, but there
were widely circulated rumors that
bullets had fallen in one section of
Intense excitement prevailed for a
time, but the presence of Col. Her
man Hall and a company of the
19th United Stales infantry served
to calm the fears of those who pro
fessed to believe that an attempt
would he made to rescue the 21 men
on trial here for the Mattcwan shoot
ing. The excitement had died down and
the detail of soldiers,' nuulbcspat
tered and weary, had returned to
their quarters here when Judge R.
I). Bailey opened the fourth"day of
the trial." , ' ,
In the court In use were 200 addi
tional veniremen ready for examina
Kighteen tentative jurymen , who
had spent yesterday in the court
house in chariv of a deputy sheriff
without permission to see relatives
or friends, were in the jury box
a wo ot mem. 11. k. L.anireu, a
M IIUUI ICdl lllT v. I .NUI.IM, WHS CX
cusea on tne plea that lie was re
lated to one of the defendants, and
Marian James, a Williamson mer
chant, because of his kinship with a
former defendant, against whom the
indictment is not to be pressed.,
The 21 men, who arc facing pros
ecution for their alleged participation
in the Jlattewan tight, were brighte
and more cheerful than at anv time
since the trial began.
Sudenberg and Malone- In
Meet in Des Moines Soon
Des Moines, Jan. 31. (Special
Telegram.) Tommy Ryan, match
maker for the Ryan Athletic club
here, announces that Johnny Suden
bcrg of Omaha and Jock Malone of
St. Paul, middlewcights, had been
signed for a 10-round fight here
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THE AMERICAN LEGION
the incomparable conductor, and
La Scala Orchestra
of Milan, Italy, at the
Auditorium, Feb25, at 8:30 p. m.
97 picked players from Italy's first
and oldest musical center.
Conceded by critics to be the world's ; "
greatest orchestral organization, r
American Tour of 10 Weeks:
Under the high patronage of the v
American and Italian Foreign Offices.
WITH THE LOCAL INDORSEMENT OF:
Tuesday Musical Club
Omaha Society of Fine Arts
Drama League of Omaha
Adrian M. Newens, Director of the
University School of Music, Lincoln.
This is the first and onlv appearance of Toscanini with La
Scala Orchestra in America. Toscanini is under life contract at
La Scala Opera House. This tour is made possible, because tha
Opera House is being renovated for the production of the great
opera, "Nero." Because of this fact the Italian government
. authorized the tour.
Sale of Tickets Under the Direction
of the Junior League ;
Tickets may be purchased by subscription at once by mail
ins subscription blank and check to the Auditorium. Res
ervations will be made in the order in which subscriptions
Subscription blanks for tickets are available ..at the
following places: .
American Legion Office
Real Estate Board
Coupon tickets to be exchanged for reservations
are on sale at:
Beaton's Drug Store
Hospe's Music Store
Merritt's 16th St. Drug Store
Box office open February 11 to February 23 for
exchanging coupon tickets. General sale of tickets at
the box office starts February 15.".
PRICES $1.00 TO $3.50. TLUS WAR TAX
IMPORTANT: Every house in the east in
which this orchestra has played in the last thirty
days has been completely sold out in advance by
subscription at prices ranging up to $16.50 per seat.
Team to Represent Fraucc
In American Belay Mi
Philadelphia, 'Jan. 31. A n-i
team representing the combined ti
versiiies of France, will take rart
I'uivprsiiv nf Pennsylvania r
lav carnival here "April 2'' and 30.
n.-linitevord to this effect was re
reived today by the l'eniislyvania re
'More than 0 American colleges;
and universities have accepted in
vitations to participate in the car-
GAINS 15 POUNDS
Mrs. Caster Was On Verge
Of Breakdown Now a
f "I was so weak at the time 1 began
takintr Tanlac 1 couldn't walk U
block without rfivmij out. but now
I am in splendid health and have
gained fifteen pounds," said Mrs.
Jane Caster. F35. S. Elizabeth St.,
Wichita, Kan., recently.
"My health had been failing so
fast during the past two vears that
J was on the verge of nervous pros-
l-atinn. I was so weak anil treni ilv
I was ready to give up, and just
seemed that there was no hope lor
me. 1 was almost a complete ner
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my hack and across my hips. My
appetite was poor and my digestion
was bad. To get any rest was next
to impossible, for when I lay down
T was in an awful nervous strain and
just .couldn't keep still to save me.
I fell off. in weight and didn't seem
to have any strength or energy left
"But Tanlac was a godsend to me
and I have nothing but praise for i'
since it nas restored mc io sucr
splendid health. My appetite is just
fine and nothing I eat ever hurts me
in the least. My nerves are calm
and steady and I sleep as peaceful
as a child. I have been built up so
wonderfully I -can do all my house
work and am in bettci general health
than I have been for years. There
will always be a warm spot in my
hearf for Tanlac."
Tanlack is sold in Omaha at all
Sherman & McConnell Drug Com
pany's stores. Harvard Pharmacy
and West End Pharmacy. Also in
South Omaha and Benson Phar
macy, Benson; George Siert, Flor
ence, Neb.; Saratoga Pharmacy, 24tV
and Ames; North Omaha, Neb., and
the leading druggist in each city and
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