State vs. Carolina
State vs. Carolina
CHAPEL HILL, N. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1924
FETZERS' TAR HEELS SUCCEED IN
DEFEATING HOWARD JONES' BLUE
. : DEVILS BY USING EDUCATED TOES
MAGAZINE GETS i FIRST OF GRAIL THE OLD NORTH STATE'S PIGSKIN
LOOKED INTO BY DANCES PRAISED CLASSIC TAKES PLACE TOMORROW
THE CROSSROADS AS BIG SUCCESS BETWEEN FARMERS AND LITERATI
Carolina's Offensive Power Is? ... ..... ...... . , ......... .. . '
Very, Very Weak. UPWARD, ONWARD
TRINITY SHIFT A FAILURE
Penalties and Fumbles Keep
Hillians From Making Touch
downs on Weakest Opponent. '
NO PASSES COMPLETED SO FAR
Dill, Fordham, and Hackney, Reserve!
Backfield Men, Show Up Well Mc
Iver and Epstein. Star in Line.
Bj Dili, Peacock
Howard Jones ; Trinity Blue Devils, I
while , unable to gain against the Caro
lina line, proved too much for the Fetzer
offense and the best the Tar Heels could
do was to win 6 to 0 as a result of two
drop kicks, the educated toes of Devin i
and Sparrow contributing the scores.
Trinity's "baffling shift" that threw
-terror into the Wolfpack and kept the
Durham eleven on equal terms with the
West Ralelghites in the matter of first
downs, proved a complete "bust" against
the FeUer trained line. The Blue Dev
il backs were unable to register more
than one first down and the total yard
age gained from scrimmage by the Jones
proteges did not exceed 25 yards. Caro
lina could gain seemingly ; at will, while
In mldfleld, but once within scoring dis-
tance the Trinity line would brace and
hold the Tar Heels.;';.;
All the breaks of the game went
against the Blue and White machine, but
YE CHAPEL HILL
Plans and estimates are under
serious consideration for the pav
ing of the business section of Chapel
Hill's main thoroughfare, Franklin
street, from the post office to An
drews corner, in the near future.
The paving is to extend from curb
to curb, thereby connecting with the
present pavement and giving the
main business block the advantages-
of a wholly hard surfaced street
Town Manager E. M. Knox has
estimated the cost of the two strips
of pavement, on both sides of the
central concrete strip laid by the
state highway commission three
years ago to be about $9,000. Chapel i
Hill merchants are boosting the pro
posal, and W. S. Roberson, who con
trols a frontage of several hundred
feet, favors the plan. The paving,
if laid, will make a substantial im
provement - in Chapel Hill's main
business block and will do away with
the obnoxious mud and clay that
now come with every rain.
PROF. BRANSON IS
Tells Chapel About Outrages of
" the Railways.
the n'rt-t breaks were generally gTATE jg L0SING MONEY
created by the Tar Heels. Fumbles!
proved costly, while penalties came at Water Transportation Only Solution
most inopportune times. Jack Merritt'sl to Rapidly Growing Peril,
fumble In the third Quarter on the two-1 1
vard line nrobably cost the Tar Heels Prof- Branson, of . the department of
a touchdown, while offside nenalties al- Rural Economics, spoke in Chapel last
wavs occurred to break un any sustain- Monday, on the ports and terminal bill.
ed offensive that was demonstrated. The Problem confronting.North Carolina
The famous Fetzer end runs and for- today, he stated, was one of unfair
ward passes that have been the mainstay freight rate discrimination.' Through
of Carolina elevens since Coaches "Bill" thi e state lost $150,000,000 during the
And Gets a Slap on the Wrist Bynum Gymnasium Is Crowded
and a Kiss on the Cheek. . to Its Capacity by Dancers.
LITTLE LITERARY TALENT TIN CAN MORE SPACIOUS
Editor Jim Hawkins Finds Campus As J Beautiful Girls Come to the Hill From I
BarenAs Did Mother Hubbard 'I All Parts of the State and
Find Her Cupboard. j ' Virginia
Bu The Crossroads V I The first dance of the season on the
The Carolina Magazine has -made its Hill, given by the Order of the Grail I
first appearance of the year in a gentle in Bynum gymnasium last-. Saturday
pastel shade of yellow which does not J night, Introduced "with glowing success
at all prepare the reader for the content the ' first fair example of social lite
of a more decided hue. among the students.
There was a time when Willie Horner I :. At 9 o'clock a multitude of beautiful
ran rampant in the editorials of the! girls and their escorts began to crowd
Magazine and attracted a deal of atten-j into the gymnasium in anticipation of a
Hons but even then there was little else most pleasant evening. And indeed they
of interest between its covers. Since thatl were not disappointed. Bright colors of
day it has drifted along in a state of appropriate gowns flashed here and there
innocuous desuetude. Jim Hawkins is ana one might Have witnessed a lair
rather different brand of editor from fashion show had it not been forlhe
Willie Horner; but with the issuance obnoxious presence of the just plain
of this, his first number of the maga-1 students.
zine, we begin to hope that the publica- Obivously the gym was too small to
tion will pause longer on its journey j accommodate this crowd of pleasure
from the printer to the waste-basket seekers. Ihe lin Can" would have
Not that the October issue is particu- been the most fitting place to care for
larly good it isn't but it is different the week-end visitors. However, the Big
and it gives fair evidence that the new crowd was due to the fact that this was
aditor doesn't intend to sit silently by the first GraU dance. Nothing but praise
and allow a viritin birth of his publica-1 was heard and it was clear that the opin-
tion atJDroximately every month. was unanimous that it was a great
Hawkins has written a preamble to I success.
this number which in a way ties the ; Among the out-of-town visitors were:
reviewer's hands. He has admitted that Misses Ella Cannon Hill, "Blitz' Dil-
the Carolina Magazine n burdened with law. "Babe" Collier, Lucile Glenn, and
DR. WILMER TO
The University Sermon for Octo
ber will be delivered in Gerrard
Hall next Sunday night, October 19,
at 7:30 p. m by the Rev. Dr. C. B.
Wilmer. Dr. Wflmer has just ac
cepted the chair of Dogmatic Theol
ogy at the University of the South. .
' Fpr the last 23 years he has been
rector of St Luke's church, Atlanta,
, and while there he has become well
known as an able preacher and a
leader in all matters of civic better-
ment. . .' ': ('.
Dr. Wilmer was born in Virginia
and is a graduate of William and ;
Mary. He has been a delegate to
the general convention of the Epis
copal church five times and has been
prominent in all its councils. As
chairman of the Georgia committee"
on inter-racial relations, he has ac-
- complished much for the negro race.
It is largely thrtough his efforts that
adequate child labor legislations hag
been brought about in Georgia. For
; many years he has been a contribu
tor of timely articles in the "church .
and secular press.
State Licked Trinity While Car
olina Merely Spanked Her.
TAR HEELS NEED IRONING
Eleven Does Not Function As
Machine and Useless Penal
ties Destroy Team's Morale;
TECH IS CONFIDENT OF WINNING
University Has Won Three Out of Last
Five Contests But Dopesters Seem
Doubtful About State Clash.
THE WIMMN ARE
WITH US TO STAY
past admittedly bad. He maintains, Mesdames F. W. Davis, W. H. Hill, p,. p
.wever.-and we believe correcOy-that John Dillard, J. C. Dunn, chaperones, Woman 8 nf la"S Ke
however.r-and we believe correctly that
its previous unexceUence has been caused U Winston-Salem; Mary Louise
I T7 LI A J 1 " J - T 1 i If A. I
ior tne most part Dy tne meager amount - Spent on Co-Eds Instead of on a
of material contributed for Its page !""" J ""6"" uu-
This truth tempers our' chief criticism ter' Frances Webb, Roberta ; Walker,
of this number somewhat: namely, that! Mary Strange Morgan, Katherine O'Don-
ceive Official O. K.
Wolfpack and Tar Heels will clash to
morrow in the annual Fair week -classic,
with pre-game dope giving neither team ,
any odds. From all Indications this
should be one of the closest and hardest
fought contests to be staged in North
Carolina this yearl .
Both teams have lost two games, and
both won from Trinity, the Techmen .
winning by a larger score but the sta
tistics of the game indicating that the
margin of difference between the two
teams was not as greet as that indi
cated by the score. After humbling
Howard Jones' charges, State was over
whelmed by the Nittany lion, although
she scored a touchdown against the Yan
kees. Last week the Wolfpack suc
cumbed to South Carolina but injuries
kept the pack from offering its best to
the Gamecocks. ' Their Injured men
should be back iu shape for the meet
with the Tar Heels and fighting to wipe
out the last two defeats. '
Carolina seems to have the possibili
ties of a good team, but as yet it has
failed to develop. Trinity, while unable
to even threaten the Tar Heels, forced
them to be content with a meager 6 to 0
victory gained by two field goals, and
sport writers are proclaiming it a moral
victory for the West Durham school.
. Trinity was able to make seven first
The trustees of the University build-
it represents the work of a very fewnell Elizabeth Dowd, Mary Hoke, and ing committee held a meeting last Fri
writers. I Case Manning, of Raleigh; Henrietta day and made the final plans for the
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Any Unelish professor on tne campus .e"" . - i buildinu or tne woman s Dunumg. xnci , . . Clnf ,i,m. vf
will admit that there is at present very um.i8w.., jum -, u architecture of the building, wnicn is could do wflS to register one BgaIn8t
litUe evidence of literary talent at the Smith, Mabel Duke Goodal, Mary Coth- to cost about $125,000, Is to be in colo- Fetzerites. This geems to lndicate
University. Nevertheless, out of a stu- ran and Marlon Piatt, of Durham; niai gtyie Jn keeping with the old colo- .,.. n j,. , . . r
and "Bob" took charge are missing this last decade. The loss grows yearly and dent body of over 2000 people of aver- Harriett Church, Elizabeth, N. J.; Lila nlal gplrit of the town. The building the other hftnd the Methodists fought ft
vat. Carolina has ulaved three arames 14 ls estimated that the state is now intelliitence. there should be a. suf-1 HenkeL Margaret Feimster, of New- u to be of three stories and will be de- ,,. . m ,f tu T.. w-1.
' and ha yet td complete a pasoi alU.oogh WnS $41)00, A.day ftrouph this unfair fic(cnt mjnb(,r to fill the- p?;S M th-J. Dorothy Mendenhall, of Lexing- gig, 8s a center for the activities of . t entire, Carolina, thouch mek-
many have been tried, whUe only Indif- U1SV-"U""""""' Carolina publications witn reading mat-1 w .....5.., the women in aaaiuon to dcihB uic uor- , & greater number of first downs
ferent gains have resulted from end i,,c prouwm, jrrui. "" ter of merit, We sincerely hope that "-i b.UiBiU, mitory f0r the women stuaenis. against Trinity than did State, was un
runs. - l" " tne Magazne may soon Doasi oi morei " ' ine nrst nour wju f w nble to cross their goal line, whUe the
Perhans the most outstanding nlaver uons Bre ouereu. xhc iifm than a half-doten contributors. But ". nv;.cr rc...., u luamsun; rooms for entertainments togetner wiui -,,. th. hnl, .-. twW
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for Carolina last Saturday was Billy uvc V'a" lu " enough of espousing the cause of the """""i '"w- a kitchen and dining-room ior we gins. Caroiina'g offense against the Blue
Devin. He ran the team well at quarter water transportation through state leg- Magazine and to the Magazine itself. ford, Bertha Crawford, Sudie Creech, of The second and third floors are the DevUg wM rftgged at Umes ftnd Jt wag
and was the steadiest and most consist- islation, thus forcing the railroads to A short time gince ln the Cotmopoli- Goldsboro; Rachel Daniels, of Wilson; dormitory floors. the g,ig,,t f(tultg that saved Trinity from
ent of the Carolina backs. He was the compete with water transportation. The a Uagazint Rupert Hughes publUhed Genevieve Benthal, of Norfolk, Va. Every effort will be made to make . ... . d . . . . ,
star of the game if that listless exhi- opposed to this measure, ne said, a article giving the reasons why he did mrnnim this a home-like Mmg with a digni- The Taf Hed stu(ent b()dy hag faith ,
fled exterior and a pleasant ana nome- thc Fetzerg to lron out these distressing
like interior. The architects are At- ... , exnerfin a
wood and Nash, who have designed all much improved team to step out to do
of the University buildings, and the baUle for the Blue and White tomorrow,
contractors are E. C. Thompson & .. ha npv, m(.nnf much
opening of the season, while Hackney Prof- Branson. He then contended that courage 0f conviction. S. O. Bondurant J B 1 g Parade Through City's Bros., of Charlotte, N. C in a Tar Heel-Wolfpack struggle. In
also looked good. The Carolina line lne Bltlle wuum uccu w "'"' has answered Mr. Couch's article won Business UlStHCt. The oio Aiexanaer nouse n u - fact, it Is generally upset. During the
. ... .jaj T.I.IH, .ria V. port terminals ana a water iruB1i'"- ne enuallv sincere. This tvue of Dresen-I I ner of Franklin street, ana me rtaicigii . . - .n nliu,lHnn.
stein and Mclver playing spectacularly. tion system and that sh,Ps would b,e P- tation proves Uie impartiality of the GIRLS TO BE AT THE GAME road, has been torn- down and the con- have gtruggied on the gridiron, Caro-
Carolina seems to have the power-12 aleQ w pr""w .. rT Mrv' structlon OI tne DU"a'ng . . .. . Iina has won three games and Tech two,
bition can be said to have had a star. ffer but one Plan to refer the matter not attend church. William Couch has f A Pill A U V UUl VV
,-n. k.i w t fK m n to the Inter-State Commerce Commis- jnn th. Kanie thinir in the Carolina I ViXll VAili 1 XI. UiM. MJJ X
Carolina was the showing made by the sion- The PeoPle have' been on their Magazint. His article is not so long
substitute backs. DM and Fordham knees before courts and commissions tor ag wag Mr. Hughes', nor is it so good;
have developed remarkably since the fortv vears 8nd st has becn useless' sald but it is evidently sincere and has the
TO TAKE RALEIGH
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first downs to one indicate that but -- articles wui cause no comment; Dut we
.. lin rfill m,h. Tt lnrk9 fln- Part of tl,e solution to a nati&nal prob- awalt expectantly the cry of heresy.
1 II. X7U.:. V,a nonhlam fvlTYl O nil. I , .t . I
Ish. There are too many offsides and "uu '"""'6 - - uod seems to De ratner prominent in
Ktnta I'niioero I :nrniinn. Kaint marvB.1 . . . . t..nj I
. - i vi hen comnietea. tne wonians uuuu-1 , ... it.. -7
n j ... w:i! I? . a a I " r . I anu tne Bcores inuicaie me tiucnc ui
rente a..u iUC.cu.u.. j wU, add greatiy to the comfort and ...
n.t t?nlrAt 1 ..... M I LUC
M. is; III J ui. ivavn.w
. minor failing that keep the grid machine tional tandPint and hjs argument was this number. xhere m additlon to the crolim wUl go to Riddick field lina.
from working smoothly. "ml u,e ",l:rcttsc -""""6- above mentioned, a full page or fair tomorrow for the annual clash between
In the first quarter after receiving the Deen so reat during the last f,fty ye"S undergraduate verse devoted to Him. the Wolfpack and the Tar Heels. The
ball Carolina started an offensive that that raUroads are not "e,,Und" The verse page is called Seethings. low rate that the railroad is offering
carried them to the middle of the field sent ndiHon to carry the f'e'f 1 We await -the suggestion from some makes the journey possible for any stu-
t A T,iitv wfi 01 tne nauon- "ilu rau - bri ght young thing that it should be ,w wl10 wishes to take it. The band
uii sa v uiu v v- ovuuuw . . j . . . , , j
pleasure of the co-eds while at Care-
CHASE GIVES SOME
HISTORY IN SPEECH
-.ui. .-a iLili how slower than water transportation, things."
unsuccessful tries at, the line. Caro- the country. muSt S.n dep.end D W " The Pasture, by J. E. H. and W. T. C Mary's will be there. The great day
lina carried the ball to Trinity's SO-yard transportation to relieve tne congestion. continuatjon of a departinent which of the football season will be at hand.
line but was again stopped and Trin- , , . . . -. j was started last year. It is rather good I The Carolina special wiir leave Pitts
ity punted out. The Tar Heels then Mimeran oiuoenw
started a drive that carried them to the Reorganize L. Y. P. O,
15-yard line, where a five-yard penalty
games. Last year Carolina won by
a 11 to 0 score, the largest margin ever
registered by either team. In the first
contest in 1919 when dopesters conceded
the game to State, Carolina came through
with a 13 to 12 victory. The next two
years State carried off the laurels by
13 to 3 and 7 to 0 margins. Carolina's
will be there. Peace, Meredith and St. The President Gives a Very Interesting wondcr team of '22 had one of their
and Historical Review at Uni
hardest fights in winning 11 to 9, while
Captain Casey Morris' men won last
year H to 0.
tf.iitli tpnm Kitn0B mif Hi h?fit. tflfif
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ident Coolidge appeals to us particu- morning. On arriving in Raleigh, Hug- rounaer s gvC i8 jn them for this game. To beat Caro-
The Lutheran students in the Univer- larly. The editorials are ordinary stuff gins and his crew of cheer leaders will toucmng review 01 a nina jg tl,e supreme desire of every State
this month. The little comment on Pres- boro crossing at 8 o'clock tomorrow President Chase, in his address on
"Some of the
eleven, while for Carolina it is a most
. .. . . . .1 J .. . . ... . m j: it. n.. n aa.a . ith tlie hatul leadinc I Krowth of the University.
followed Dy an unsuccessiui pass inatigltv were entenainea luesnay niK"i uiiwim "'i; m auuivi.u " j"" 1 " . : . ... . 1... 1
fell over the goal line gave Hie ball to L banauet itiven by the board of educa- Nell Battle Lewis. This is continuing and 2,000 students following and cheer- scenes that he painiea " ' unsuccessful season when the West Ral
Trinity on the 20-yard line. tion of the United Lutheran church of a little duel started last year. Miss ing for their team The parade will morous and some were ur elgh boys carry off the laurels. This
1. .f.f UM,.vi f a.:. i , c.ti rnom of the Lewis' reDly should be interesting. march throujrh the business section of He told of .life on tne campus as ame wm tnijy be North Carolina's
.u.ioicuv - niuci. ... I - - - I - ,. I . 1 jj . inH rrpnnntril 1 ......
th Arid, hut on the first nlav the Tar Phvlprian church. Dr. Myers was the Marv Calhoun Henlv in The Thinir" the city and up to the capitol DUllding, was a nunurcu , , football classic,
Heels were penaliied 15 yards for hold- principal speaker of the evening, and has written the best offering of the pub- where, after a few short yells, they will many Incidents of these day .
i.winrl'r ,fi as tnnQtmflRfpr. I Ti,- 'tw. io a nf , I disDerse to assemble again at 2:30 on I Rising ana going p y y
punting outside at the 12-yard line. Trin- Places were set for about fifty students, I and well told. "Givo," by A. K. King, Riddick field.
ity kicked to Hackney who had replaced and a five course dinner was served by I also is good, though it is more of a social
can' ri Snoiofv
die light, dining on wheat breadVbutter Initiates
Sparrow and it was Carolina's ball on I Methodist ladies. The social rooms were
the Blue Devils' 36-yara line. , After beautifully decorated with the colors of
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TJit: o tk.f !.. lrti-put prnwdland CO nee ior DrcuKiasi, uaw
.IIV.JIVC. civ uin. v..- n I . .... . ... ....
.u-i ui-A t o cat.rArn.l nin sa ad for ainner ana corn ureou aiiui ..v. .......
lina irame will be there. coffee for supper were part of a stu- the Dialectic Literary Society last Sat-
At -1 nw air nii.hr.
cti. -u una ' flmiAniM Kami Ann I dent s oriviieices in mose ujr. iwr ,u ft.
the playing of the two rival groups of ing cards, being out of rooms after Upper classmen, R. A Proffitt, J. M.
.m ua tnthPme Ulaht o'clock. locking door against fac- Wright, H. H. Wike, A. C. Summer-
UlU3ikiniiD oiivmv jiwiu - a I ... I tu mi ii At t y if r 1
The Sophomore class during 'its The Techmen are noted for their sup- ulty member and visiting he village v u.c, otrauon yne, waru,
The October issue o.rtt Carolina smoker decided to have a class song port of their team from the bleachers, during study nours were " ' Zr
falling in two tries at the line Carolina the Lutheran Young Peoples organiza-l aonrlomorp Plaoq
called for a pass, Devin to Underwood, tion. The banquet was held for the re-lif,, tjave Clasa Sonff
Underwood caught the ball Just as it organization of that body on the campus. 41 v V s
struck the ground, but the referee ruled
it Incomplete. Devin punted to Reitzel
on the one-vard line. Trinity punted I Commerce and Wmtrif, a mom
Mogulescee, H. H. Braxton, H. P. Bran-
IK1HI I OlllUacr UtVIUU H7 U.T& V.Una DWII. I IJUI Ul LllVI i ILUIU a.viu ... 7 1 a - ..I m . . . , . . I ff
thly would aid greatly in bringing about and the yelling of State supporters sets misdemeanors. Sophomores were the The following freshmen were also in!
- i . . w . I .i ..!. . o i i I .i s i.t u .iiu t, eni,.it anri I BAtnp m tnose uays as iucj i wl""- - " -
out to the 30-yard line. Cobb was sent sheet published by the Extension JJivis-1 cioscr unuy ol mc ouiiii.rC waa. .me mr i.B1iuS .m -v - -
in and tried two-passes, but both were lon of the University, is now off the Thursday and i-riday Daiiot ooxes win light or tne woupacic varo.ma . - - . davg when u
press. An article Dy tne junior, rro- i r"T 7. " t.. .. , tlnlversttv must close Foltz, H. G. Gilbreath, E. A. Cameron,
and after one play the half ended. fessor Matherly, on power laundries In and the rost umce. auggesuons wui pull out a win. nuggns H " - - ,'f Bome' . the ereat I Kerhulas, Ben Eaton, Y. M. Smith, Robt
Trinity again kicked off and Carolina, North Carolina, and a table of statis- be appreciated; as to an appropriate Carolina men to P' I";" f,,1n,a to make it what B. K. Manning, S. P. Meadows, E. A.
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after making two first downs punted tics of the increase ot tne nre insurance -6- . r . I Patterson, E. C. Hunter, W. T. Regan,
to the 20-yard line. Trinity was forced business in this and other states are tne tunes receiving mc larger uumucr , . yeu.
to kick back and It was Carolina's ball leading contributions. - , a wrfl beloved alum- Core. L. H. Todd, C. Cone, W. M. Av-
ta the middle of the field. Fordham, : . - Suggestions for appropriate word- pretty girls, ana just mea um gin.. "ZZ.S. ' Lrv. A. A. Perkins. A. A. Kartis. V. M.
Devin and Merritt carried the .baU to The entry blanks for the North Caro- ing may also be padded. The committee the girls' schoois of Raleigh declare .' rrrn hvtha hand Gardner. J. G. Davis, D. L. English,'
the 20-yard line on a series of line bucks, lina High School football contest are expects and will appreciate the sugges- holiday lot tne . r weeK game . 77' ',. Rufug Little, Donald Selwell, Arthur
Branch, C. M. Crawford, and David
Dr. MR. Trabue and Mr. E. R. Ran- MUne.
kin attended the meeting of the Western
m-..!h. t,mMA nA T,!nitv .-kin. ..ihmitled and nrerjaratlons are tions and co-operation of all who are ln-come out to Riddick field,
covered. Lagerstadt punted and there getting under way for the series. East- terested in this class song. The com- Mary's girls will have a special sect on
followed the most spectacular play of era towns and cities are trying to keep mittee nopes to suomit an appropriate reserveu in u u.muiE u. rc
the game. Devin received the Dan on up the record 01 winning -""J- H""sr': " T '':, ,ik.i Vnrfh rlina division of the North The registration of the graduate school
the 50-yard line and with splendid In- the championship games. In the past, operation r. l m. - - ' -Vducallon Association, which has reached 112. A larger percent than
mes ana tile nas oeen onerca wiuu.sv wwaru m- ui .ri ""- - " "l. . ' 7 ... . ..a .....1 1,.. ,.rld M A. dr.
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