K7Y-' ST . -chosen in an election control! twr n x
cL,np n .nr : iri , , - wut VL t,erej fell0VVSive the rW . . - . i
N-r V-l i kZ-v iwlii gxoup, xney lose girls a chance vi tuese parts, -ana a snouia ii&e to express my sincere
. . i . - I - - . i w rirn rrra . - jt a i . . - .
"T. uttsauine aesiraie,- is tnanjcs to a consistent benefactor.
7 i i
Sntadsy, January 19,
Leading Southern College Tri
H. J. G.
tne value of endorsement by their
classmates and ain only the rather
questionable honor of political saga-1 Purposeful
T?TT TT-Vnt - it J J .1 i .1
jr- wrxitiu uiCLiiuu uoes tne class of Thp t ,,. ,
1929 nrpfp. t nni K Publ1 Essay Contest
tives? - -
f- ..... 3 .iasay jon
.superla- should prove of direct interest
Published three times weekly durinar
the college year, and is the official Hold ittvs
Union of the University of North Iji the Street
arouna, v,napei mil, JN. J. - .Sub
scription price, ?2.00 local and 8.00
out of town, for the college year.
Offices m the basement of Alumni i
Building. - . - .
"All people soliciting rides out of
Chapel Hill must stand on the curb" I
is a perfectly sensible and reason-
ble regulation. When any student or
Walter Spearman ........... Editor
MARTON ATYAMn 7? Tlf ii I bummer ; insists upon standing
: Z ; out in the middle of tfcp ct L
TrTiTrr-rT k T nnn nmrmiTm I rJo-f rt nHn4. u.if ... I egeS is doubtful.
riLiuaxAii irifAxviiuriiN i" i cttuicu anenuon more readilv
: Harry Galland :.::..: Assistant Editor he annoys the careful driver and
John Mebane ssisfaw Udifor aaners hls safety from the reckless
Sports Editor driver,
M. Broadus , '
W. C. Dunn
J. C. Eagles
J. P. Jones
W. A. Shelton
C. B. McKethan
J. C. Williams
average collegiate Utopia
en" foun4 by combining the best features
of each student's idea of what a col-
lecre shmilr?"VvQ . . . ..
FlirttiPr is- ' i -.-,5 6um roiai of the
, aSKxng;1or action by college presidents on th.
.T TlniKKin a Ivff lllm U ljt i " .
dTC :,"l?LW-,:,pan:D,,m 13 idea Pbably be. nil.
Dick McGlohon uuv.w ue,.ne attempts to, black
' J"T?QnMiChe11 man the passer-by by inferring: ."If
K. C. Ramsay you don,t step and give me a ride,
E- YgY11 JOu11 feave to run over my dead body
" E. Denning and then I'll sue you' for man-
J. D. McNairy slaughter!" . -
WhlttOn ' mt' ,. .' . . ." '
xne nesuits oi such a policy are in
evitably, the estrangement of ordln-
arily amiable- Chapel Hill amateur
i i .
uu anvers frpm , their ; bumming
clientele, a series of accidents and
near-accidents, pnd now police in
terf erence and the arrest of some fif
men. ' '
leaving. This is cndebatable : we can i Tm
m - r i i ..... 0 - v . w - WVU VVUM
acc 1U However, we want it 1 my laundry package this week when
Anen someone suggests, 1- found two towels returned to me
.Let s .say hello, and hold this char- instead of the one I had handed in
heretic cordiality." It came, too, at a time when I was
T believe iihat the bond lies further hard up for the wherewithal towip
to back than in
,benous-mmded college student, after all, hello is only a word, more no every laundry which returns two
"C vunLebt, as announced in the news or less meanins-less when uttered con- for one. . Probably the manager is
columns of the Tap TTm-- sciouslv as a maoT rfTT a ! trvinar to make amends for addiner
-uu, io uucu i . . . : j i . ,
- I ' A- A A I -. . A 1 A 1 - . 11 A" A
xccexiLiy 10 nis DUtton. collection, ua
the other hand, of course, we must
admit' that the laundry will ifrom
now on receive' two fees instead of
one, every time thev new towel is
handed in. with the old. Don't mis
understand me, either the extra
towel does not belong to somebody
else, sent to me by mistake. No sir'
In fact, I recognized it. I sent it in,
and so should know it when it comes
back, neatly ripped up the ; center
two towels where' only. one grew be
fore ! Pleasa thank the Laundry for
me; I'm afraid to go down and do it
myself. My control isn't what it
used to be.
- ' II. J. G.
to all college classes from 1926 to Wha not
iyiU- 1 he purpose is "to 'find ont not a -reformer, nor do I
first-hand what. irinH . usually have suggestions for the bet-
so reads the ordinance passed by dents won!,. 7.1 stu- ter comportment of my fellow man.
the city fathers hark in n'-Pii TiiZ-i, .... , s ' ana to en- 1 offeB no remedy. I merely see some
; ' ... . courage thinking and writm ahnnf thing slinnino- whicn wif
I - .. w W
standards of academic life.". . see going, and I cannot see sufficient
Whether or not the nfoc x. strength to hold it back in a super-
any real fTo
x jr "i-t xnat s an 1 mean: that bonhommie
Granted that an makes the hellos, not vice vetsa.
By H. J. Galland
J. J. SLADE, JR.
WILL SPEAK TO RONDTHALER
v., ,uC ui tne contest lies in its
encouragement of student thinking
t iueui wnicft' causes a college
student to think about his own
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT '
B. M. Parker' Asst. Btts. Mgr.
H. N. Patterson Collection Mgr.
Gradon Pendergraph Circulation Mgr.
T. R. Karriker........: .....Asst. Col Mgr.
SlYS STUDENTS ARB BEING
,;f -j-''-. FLEECED
To the Editor: ' 1 -
The" University justly needs strin
gent, and hardfast rules in the exe-
Leonard L.ewis - . , Milton Cohen teen persistent
nonj aiia: .. . oiuney jsricK inU,
Ben Avcock TT. .Ta
Kermit Wheary , V ;
: Jim Harris
Saturday, January 19, 1929
TT n it n i mi ,i
xi. ivierreii me tnree do ars fine u i,
atuuc-xiLs may nave hit their pocket
books hard and the session in court
may, possibly, have- hit their pride a
bit; but it was certainly worth while
to Chapel Hill and to the student body
"To speak or not to speak," seems as a whole if it puts a stop to cer-
to be the question these days. Is Iain 01 the present bumming methods.
t.VlP rlfi rJf1ifin-n ill all n: o
. , k.uvuuuu "CXIU a UiCaSlIlLT III ml y-M .
a rnrP? vx.uj
From the Baby ' ,
Vanity Fair Bictnres nrp nnw v tq I Tr. wasn't -trt i . . .. .
- - " " T cA j Ji""g ago mat .we
quested for the Yackety Yack and were hearing loud huzzas and great
we understand that this year it will Predictions for the Co-Ed Basketball
not be Mr. Zeigf ield . who suffers a Team. And now, alas, in these dull
nervous breakdown from the strain drear days of winter, we hear no more
of selecting the most beautiful. ' of Fisher bodies, and cussing, and sH
Mary's. .The bovs r i 0..
rr,1 . . . ..... ' I - VITO KVm,
xne latest addition to the Buccaneer For manv AenAa
. : ' . . " .university
1S smau gray cat. now was mn cioi .
1 uwi,i v i 1 1 1 viiiinir mon i
in its gen-
safely lodged in the editor's f oom. with a gesture magnificent
To the Editor:
After reading Mr. Rondthaler's. un
intentionally humorous letter, in
perusing which I spent a far more
amusing minute than did its anthnr
in comnosinsr it! T finrl that -"f ho '
deal with one of the more serious of
campus thinkers. Mr. Rondthaler, I
ticular institution is of value- ToolrWtni t?-? at stake'
of t.n a Tf ,T Vlat ! ' pre honor of his
b-s-v, xi.ctu.a college be- Aima Mater have been shIIipH Ktt
cause it is near home, because Cousin facetious pens', and' that only bv the Cution of its peculiar joint functions
,ui womtr is there, or because its "1"10,-x.1""uai,e utterance of verbal y xcn uasu tu me yuum
greetmgs4can that honor be Vpstnypr? ux 1'ne iana ana taking in of
Bravo, Mr. Rondthaler! I commend coin' whether it be from the coffers
your zeal, if not your sense of hnmn-H 01 tne wealthy or from the sweat of
f 4 " I T t . . .. .
' However, it is neither mv intAnHnr, in? DF0W- it matters not of what
. -.7 va.4. Vllil 1
nor desire to -prolong this highly rank-a student is representative, he
ridiculous "Hello" rleha tp T,Q is suMect . to the same outpouring- of1
. ...-j-"v- 1, 1. . . .
original editorial was not without its uge ana tne same draining of
germ of sense although its imnnrt Cdan' er.naps such practices are
was of distinctly a minor nature. Mr. JUst' Granting that they are, I wish
SladeV reply was, in mv onininn py' to Present a grievance with the hope
cellent, although it is to be regretted that ifc can be corrected,
that he dropped his highly entertain- l. have Deen refused a Toom in the
ing. burlesque to enter upon a more U"-iversity dormitories for the winter
serious vein. TTip cit quarter unless full navment nf rpnt
- uivutiiivii , was 1 - -v
flnSPf! 1 Mr Slo Jn l,n J1 L. J' 11 . 1 , IS made for t.TlP PTTHto onniJ rJf Kl,
j 1 , w - . uiouc uau xiau tne iast f"iuu
ueen a prosti-i word, and an extrempW ipiiti wmi,er ana spring quarters. I exnert
tution of the Open Forum columns of word 5 was in my opinion, for 1 . to graduate at tne end of the "winter
this paper. These columns, originally like the dolescenUy indignant . Mr. quarter and consequently I will not
intended for the .discussion of campus kH.' r Mrv Slade's
problems and affairs and for the ex- A " SUPenr Variety
nression nf cr, tamc AVA1- ftonamaier's
vjjiuiuxi on tnese histonV m-,
uii aji a. 1 1 i v u non . i . 1 11
' -w, iatciy mrnea into , waves. the llaer on hie-h." Tt i nn
a vehicle for the conveyal of subtle to quarrel with him that I write this,
insults and for the hurling of jests my feelinSs towards the gentle
at various members of the student 11 anythin& h bellicose. The
body. - f " even tenor of my nature was ruffled
- 1' -by a' mild surprise, a slightly critical
There can be no doubt of the fact curiosity as to precisely what sort of
that recently the . Open Forum has bemS Mr- Rondthaler must be in or
been more entertaining tban n C11 1 der to f orth such Printed inani
X team won yie championship
back m '25.., When we go to col-,
lege because we think it is best suited
to our purpose and what is more
to the point know-what our purpose
is then we are on the .proper road to
better and more useful colleges and
H. J. G.
' Some Do and Some Don't
A very good emergency laboratm-,'
in elementary psychology might W.
heen set up yesterday in the Rerit.
wai a uiute. auii .s were Demg given
out there, and the line of boys waiti
to hear the fatal news was, as uun!
very optimistic. : Broad ' smiles and
pleasant wisecracks were the order
of the day. The faces grew percepl
tibly more serious as they neared the
books and the news, and then changed
abruptly . when sentence ' had been
passed. Some smiled, some looked
sorrowful, and some looked stunned
We are still looking stunned. But
then, here's a new quarter beginning
and we can all try once again to
Make "A" While the Sun Shines.
Trnth, If Not Poetry
There are those , among us who will
mournfully subscribe to the following
Lament for the Woman
Vacation - over, back again
Back unto the daily grind.
Now to fool with weighty books.
Instead of with your .. little mind. x
Don't Send Flowers
; Considering the interest aroused bv
the story of the blo-o-ody body found
on the floor of the- Tar Heel office
and the success of "Ten Nights in a
Barroom" 'as presented: by the Plav-
makers, the, staff of the college joinal
is considering presenting a little
drama entitled, "The Face on the Tar
Heel Floor." : :
Disgust As Is
Winter football practise being in
the offing, we are reminded of the
Carolina player who practised faith
fully all - last season but was never
called into action by -Coach Collins.
He : came into his room one Saturday
night after a game" limping slightly.
his roommate eagerly asked him if
In fact, it hB Wr, . . ties- 1 feIt the pale passion of the
- v,v. jiiicu wiLii annnr i :
have need of the room after that date.
We honor and cherish our Carolina
traditions, but just because it is a
ir, -rrri,!, v L ociiemtj to - couect room
viiiv,ix Ilc veiuaiiv .... 1 -i- -i ii . - -
-.n KAr T4- Ior wo.guarters at one time there IltJ nda Deen nurt m the game. "Hell
is not a reasonable : excuse for not no" the player said, "I felloff the
making an exception in some cases. bench-" . -
I think that this is one of the "gross- Joe Student Issues, Warnings
est'1-of -all the injustices that are be- (After the Columbia Spectator)
fng performed on the student body. To Milady:
ims practice is worse than robbery; good for a month while your
it is a plain case of graft. The Re
publican Party has made itself fam
ous during the last two administra
tions; I . suggest that the TTnivprsitAr
w .. I ' XWAA I I OlllLJ.L III VV I V II I r 1 I J" Tn QnQllflAW 4-
Kather a new symbol for piracy-but erosity, young ladies were al loWp A as mufr wit and cleverness as ;the porarilv his tP.dins MUr S ntinue to follow in its footsteps, at
5no doubt inspiratiorkl for the editor, (upon presentation of p-nnH rA humorous columnsrbf the Tar' Heel, and to revel in the discovprv nf east lon? enough to make some tax
r . - - " VVsr7--.:: . ' .-'I-x x , . . ' IntelliffPnt. , new and .fflrinnjlr tt (rooin rent) refunds
Since thP strnn, ov, " ' mK m a few of I , WA; tx,e suaent ... , " 77' V, v .
DOdy have given ample proof of their I quietly examine be-
cleverness and have evinced an ant t ' rSC?e -
- cviuueu in, apt- . Let llS simnncp rtaf T T, J
ness for brilliant writing through Let us suppose that I have smeared
means of the Open Forum. Mr. Rondthaler on a convenient e-las
arm of Chapel UiJ. ,.. ' . . ..
Hill liw h JL a'. .-X. . , L"c wurws 01 wlsaom bating around j
. .. ' the campus and from the lins of ?otp
ores and such fines, upon those col- of the professors 0"
.1 buyers who stm insist upon a,Wed t0 akend but ZlZ
. UUu in wie xmaaie 01 the U xi. ...
1 i.uuuuo, . luu't; was
mere are several stTonf ,
who have 'been "fleeced"' of their
hard-earned cash in this unjust man
ner. There should be a remedy.
boyfriend's bright phiz is
Submerged in thick yolumes pro-
: ductive of quizzes ;
cI'm swearing off primroses just for
'Cause I hate to get. bounced right
out on my face.
So just powder your nose, I'll be
seeing you, Kid,
When the last D is clinched and the
last duty's did. ; 1 .:
tt'tt " , 1 - 1 I o7ir?il O Tl rl T- r Trt A J - " t m $ i 1 "
oitam j? VVP fin nAr nKiAnf iv. I avc UCVUWJU mVSeiT tO 171- .
street, perhaps the passing motorist team, comnospd f .' , of thP.p x xu sPectin his tendencies. First of all, DavidSOIl Stllflpnf
TrrHi x , , . 1 - piay oas- ---- --rw, lu uieir ciever- wp nn.ti.o w-r , . ' 'KJ
.. iCoa uusLrucxions and ketball
r TTjlTrn-i--r ...
1 - " ""Piiwuiems x nera Like
Tar Heel '
more curb service.
It seems singularly appropriate
that a. Mr. Fowlcs is to speak on the
subject "A Bird's-Eye View of Musical
History." - :
we notice a neculiarlv Bio-nifiy.oTi -pox nr: : 1 . ,
However, the aim of these col- It is to be feared that, at some rtriJ VVOTKing tO UllllOrm
team was rounded . up and umns is not primarily to entertain. 01 his unenlightened youth, Mr. Rond- J- heir' CoIleOP RnnH !
1 J . - . I... .. . ' XI. 1 J..H . i . .. "
iiayeu. a reporter for; the Tar DUt rather to set f prth definite and Ieu vlctlm to that peculiarly
xieel, m this case a co-ed. p-avp th constructive ideas and fminW
a t f- iiij
Judging by the number, of stags
at the co-ed dance , last night, " our
feminine students must have extreme- rmportant teams lmed up. But they
v ly long lists of available' men on the Wre- cominS oh, yes, they were
string. While there's stag, there's Cming!
hope ! ; , - And what have we heard this year
Long reams of talk (emotion causes
Senior - : . , us to mix the metaphor) abnnt. thp
Superlatives , "Tar Heel Championship; Quint."
,r . , T&e girls? , Of course not Rufe
Monday msrht at a -mppt; e t, . , not ituie
: i.:I," 7 "!. lackners en; ,The:Tin: Can is in
"" a "u ux superlatives will
xctcis to a waiting public. Yes, it was campus affairs. Neither .do we oh
true they played in bloomers. Yes, Ject to slanderous remarks and vague
it was true that a little cuss word insults as long as they do not ap
or. so was heard now and thep. No, Pear in the columns of the Tar
no major games had been nlavpH nnr Heel.
ij; " V-
, . , 1 ----v " -W1" use. every afternoon, for boxing
be voted upon; he members of theLtf,, , S'
honorable classof 1929 will record -V x ana sometimes
.. . - win. record m(joor tennis. All mpn' i-n. n,.
their opinions as to the outstanding
men and women of their particular
class. ' '
tennis. All men's sports. The
poor girls are left out in the cold, and
pernicious habit of which manv according to reports from rQ
young men were once victims, that S0IV the U.N.C. Band is not thp nnW
of having participated in a high school grouP of collegiate music-makers in
debate. Many of his sentences are thB state to be pleading for new uni-
ntlirifnllT ivnwinx forms. Pni cmnm..! ' 1
-...j..xj, ncmimstcm, ui ? gangling ai weeKs a move-
adolescents with forensic leanings. menf has been on foot at the Pres
The picture presents itself of a tow, byteVian institution for clothino- ti,n
headed youth, distressingly conscious ColleSe. Band.
of his hands, giving voice to one of Jt seems that the Wildcats have
.' 0 iu yiic ux - v- uuuiaus nave a f or ho k,.cx ,
Mr. .Eondthalers,,wn. phrases. In ry vPlausible" plan for. raising the studentsh I . thSe date,eS!"
hooray, Kid; I've passed
they're under my belt, .
The Math and the Latin,
rrencn and the Celt;
I've gathered my D's and I'm off
, for a tear, -
And rn piay with he primroses
with nary a swear.
So powder your nose, Kid, and pull
your belt tight
I've passed all my quizzes I'll
For the benefit of those
s who wish to atte
tnri rrViX v..x i
uuc nave an aversion
nobody raises a single, plaintive voice
in their behalf. Not even, ftp riri0
T L 1 ' , - . V
-co. Ci w ciass 01 ivzs which themselves. ' The Tar Heel points
we nave oeen led to suppose was also an accusing finger-at this state of af
iiunuxctuie-neia its meeting for the fairs. Girls are a part of the life of
election 01 superlatives. Most of that this university. Let them he given
ciSs went to &wam Hall each - with a full share in its activities," sports,
l,rc mtcuuuu 01 expressing his hon- and pleasures. If the rumor that the
est, personal opinion as to the super- girls are to play next Friday -night
lative 'man or woman in each field is true, then let us turn out and sup
of student life. Unfortunately, how- port them. V ,
ever, a large enough and powerful The Tar Heel is in favor of Bas
enough group of seniors had met ketball for Ladies. Besides; the staff'
prior to the class meeting and had wishes to ascertain the truth of the
already decided just which, senior statement that the ,
. V t 'umm aic
should be handed out a slice of the
i-Z J XI.
iujjcuauvc yus, ana tne ciass as a
whole didn't have a chance at the pie
A majority of the men so honored
were no doubt worthy of that honor;
but when senior superlatives are
dressing on the partial raiment plan.
By all means, let us have more bas
ketball among the co-eds, and give
them the use of the Gym or Tin Can
when they wish it. The girls are
timid, fperhaps, about asking for the
Gym. And the boys keep on using it.
To the Editor:
My would-be humorous lPtt.Pr
x uuay s I AR HEEL was indppH in
tended to be slightly frivolous and
therefore, not to be takentoo spy-.
ously. It was written . to counteract
somewhat the -effect (on me) of the
last sentence of an editorial which
appeared in last Saturday's ' paper
sentence in which werettributed
many suntle things to a casual hello,
i At t.VlP rtelr r.
'v; "x witn mv
-iicnce 1 must say some more, sin
several of my friends have dis
with me verbally and Mr. Rond
thaler's letter in Thursday's paper
reuses me of using good roads as
an argument, against Jielloing.' Feel
ing that there is.. behind the littlp
wrangling something fundamental (as
far as t.hpca T -
deavor to.be more serious. ,
Here is' the point: Whereas there
used to be a cordial, spirit here at
one time not too far past, it is fast
disappearing; . not because we have
forgotten to say hello,. but because
the rural South is becoming infprtp
with the 20th century fever of move
ment and unrest. Other ,thin,r,
happening. The geniality whiVh wac
v - UU
says, "It is a distinct recoraition of class is to conduct a drive in wa;i0
the individual personality rather than to co"ect the allotted amount which
the mob." Come, come, Mr. Rond- 1S proximately fifty cents per stu
thaler. A good long rest will one dent- rt is also possible that the tw
1 . - ' . ; 1 !! t - - --
up your wnoie system. It is ta be - l W1U e asKed to contribute
feared that the author has permitted thing.' ,. v- ; ; ' -his
phrase to .run awav with his Captain Elkins of thp r0
1 . ... " t j- , Jav iiirst 1 n 1 waa om4-a1 1 . 1
meaning. I-forbear to inquire as to aand has already- done mGch work r,X n " T irom ner neck by the
the connotation of, the words "rec- toward the project and has smcceedod inTt 1Jec.erInber wind- Then, accord
ognition of the mob." a rnnrHtiriTi
in collecting: 195.50 tWv s to a Mercer scribe, a e-allant. m!,lp
1 ' - . vvuwiutva . w viu ouurr'pa Ant I -. n 1 3 T 1. - - u w
!n,V,fl,. If. T Jil.li. 1 . ... -e 1q X..J x , . v.uk. ilsMU me
""""""ici ucpiures, at tne j "-mucui, uuuy.
to going stag and standing around
waiting for a chance cut-in, we add
the following anecdote which may
Prove of use. It seems that a young
lady at George; Washington Univer-
SltV WAS njDQviVn. !. -n .
the Davidson I wo, 4Tx , . siik scarf, and it
" I ouaLcnea irom her
It might at
l . -
the impression that I am nn nf 0 behalf of our aIIp
cordial disposition, i This applies es- arisoned band members!
pecially to Mr. Rondthaler. Should I least give the various
have the good fortune to meet the dents something to do
latter worthy while wending my way ' " ' ''"
about the campus, let me assure him ColleirintA "Rno-lJoU
that-I will conduct myself in. a man- ,. . ' "r"
rier befitting the serious and progres- ' A V trip around the University n
sive conceptions that he has formed southern California rmln.
x l- x .. . I ..x . - " JilliSi-:
as w wuau is correct, upon perceiv- uul some expressions. TTpt v . -
ins him miT mra0 m,it -. ji-.t.x I wrifVi ;xi .. ... tre
tjrco wm iu) uuuot gieam "; wicr a detimtinn
with a welcoming light, my lips will be used:
become animate, drawn upwards and May, I borrow your frame for tv
backwards, -and revealing, as in the Juggle? Way to ask
v.v.v. V4. jtiuimiiciiu aroiinian, a I
generous expanse of dental work. I Let's have at it TTspH
Nor will Mr. Rondthaler " be , disan- to start anything '. ;
pointed in hearing me uttpr. wit.K Q Expired ovpr it r.x.
...-a. " I - u XCIHII.fJ'J Tl annn.
tratr lnsmimonM x-l i - ,. mron o,..xl; . aouI c
tofj w.uii!., W1C ciicxry . greeting j wung,
and limbs in shinnin
results in the campaign placed-
s in he was
cap- the reward he did
A t . -
same time insisting on the universal Perhaps some such plan would nro. Up lcn lt was blown to
auce desired results in tiQ laurel
I hope that no one . will carry away now being waged on our camous In K upon the brow of the hero, but
a . - z i 1 1 t -ftsifei4r j . . 1 w uaa 111 rinj niiT -i.,.x .
that he so longs to hear.
D. M. WILSEY.
THANKS FOR THE TOWEL
To the Editor:
Through the columns of your paper,
nice job Describes a a..
ing coed. &wiv-
. A fircf :x:..
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Fishery Worses running away with
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