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CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, APfl. 29, 1912.
BM!ttini9s Page of Sports
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
csj-rjnil ffl i III i"JSi!-tiLi.
STARS PLAY GOOD BALL FOR
SIX INNINGS AND THEN SLIP
REAL ENJOYMENT OF TRAVEL IS IMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT
REAL COMFORT. THE ADVANCED SERVICE SY8TEM OF THE
ST. FRANCIS MEANS ECONOMY TO THE GUEST AS WELL AS TO
KUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
JUST WHAT YOU 11
The lunch we serve
at noon and in the
Bottled J Beer
J -I I f iF
11 "teJSjSltxfif ' B J
rt. V f-L. U
Bottled by th.
G0N8ALVE3 & CO., LTD., Queen Street
At their Bottling
ENSUE FASTEST MAN
CIRCLING THE BASES;
WILLIAMS' LONG THROW
A. C. Winners In Game That Was Real Contest Nearly All
the Way Recruits Show Class and Oahu Senior Lcatiue
Promises Snappy Ball Dur'ng Coming Season Chinese '' 'Kty ''
Seconds Beat J .A. C. Jun lors.
By LAURENCE REDINGTON.
"I'd pay a dollar mill 11 half In Kit
In, mill mine evcr Sunday. If I wax
sure nf seeing 11 real hall R.inie like
Ibis," remarked 11 middle-aged fan win.
sat behind the press Itox yesterday,
whllo the Stars ami tho J. A O. wi ro
llghthiR It nut at Athletic Park.
Anil It win 11 rial hull Rome fur six
Inning, anil then, In tho fatal seventh,
olio costly error let two J. A. I' men
ncross the pan anil hrnko ti the cn
tost It happened tliusly:
The J A Ck hail scored the only
run of the frame In the third, when
Henry ('hlllliiRWnrlirs single, with twn
men Rone, hruught In Hrltii, whn hail
se-ennd nail roueli-
uti nil hillehl nut
Itnss was the llrst man up In the sov-
nth. anil he hit n sharp in uumli rover
second, which Just eliidid Kcovcs'
nulek lunge llrlln followed with u lilt
In the sumo tenltnry MailelroH will
an en)' nut, xeeimil In flrM. Then
KIMiev pulled- himself tngcthcr mill
fanneil Ynmnshlro, much In that voun-i
Bcnllcni.tn's dlRiisl. ('lillllnRWttrth
h en walked, stolen
eil the lldril station
rhllllliRwnrtli In Kriinrei In Hums, Unit
luiKo on rnlleil halls, nlT Klhhev t, dill.
Ilngwurlh 1; struck joul, hy Klhhey (!,
('lillllhRvvnrtli S. Timet of (nunc, I hoar
32 minutes; umpire, Muslim II, scorer,
The Hoynl Haw, (Hun lUnd was niiich
In evhlemc Hhd mulinRcd lo Ret In
mine uttrncllvn selections between In
iiIiirs. fiiptnrii IlirRer himself In ipilto
a halt fan.
I.iieliy for Tony Mnrcalllun that he
illiln't have to ilcpcnil on thai Kim for
Wlnno proved that he can halulle n
baseball ns well ns a bnwIhiR hall He
looks like 11 hard-work'iiR backstop,
11111I when Iho senron's inlwincc rounds
off tho toiiRh oiIrcs of all the plivcrs,
hn won't he fur from the tup of the
IK for ntl-roiiuil utility
J A. (s. palled off n su.ippv
rnpiieil another one between llrst anil double In the Hernlli. pltthcr In scr
scennd, anil as Hchiiiniin was right on i onil tn. llrst. Not the iihl 'Tinker to
top nf It to scoop It up, II tonkeil like
mul a string nf heilH r-ii
the Klnr stabstcr for pltehhiR lilmelf
out nf a hnil hole Kchtimait Hinlilenly
liecame nil feet, anil fumhleil nrouiiil
ttllh th hall, finally lillluR It Ret
hy him. Ilefore he retrleveil It, t'hll
HiiRWOrlli tnt, H.ifu mul the other two
men hail ero:teil the ruhher. Till-
Hcemcil tit tnke the heart out of the
Klur, anil In the next two funnel
chiKle lilt una all they
The frame wim xlmrply pln.ci1 with
the exception of IIiIm one Imil lunliiR,
anil If. tthen tho xeiiHon opeuM,
to ChaiKe" roiuhliiatlmi of the
" llifwg, the r!lar' new null finm
the 1 '"asl LeaRue, hauilh'il liluiself
nleclv, nllil flelileil lllfl pnnltliili well,
h'lt hail 1111 off day with the Mick lie
wiih rellri'il hy tho Mrlkc-out route
three lime, hut on the IiikI ocenxlou
hu ami I'mplre lliiflnic.il lunl a illlTer
i neo nf opinion AH lo wltvtln r It Hhoulil
cre ultln to rhave heen a p.ixj or a fan
The hanchall llehl MuntK, wciIrci! III
hctttecll the two Rillilen of yeMenl.iy'M
iloiihle-heailir at Athletic I'ark. prov
ed 11 illMllKt nucceHH ami hruiiRlit out
j the talent In force
I he inrnw rnr uiMance, tne nrm
I'venl to lie called, found nnly lle men
ready to rink their iirini, hut Ihene live
wm Rheti three trials, throwinR from
the cenlir Held fence Inward the
Rrnmlxtnml. On his Kccond attempt
I'llly Wllllalni Rot what prmed the
lonnevt tnis nf the dny. .112 feet 10
InchcM. Henry Clillllnewnrth wan kic
nnd villi .l:'., while tluMincll took
third with 312 feet tint.
The throw for accuracy found kcvcii
men pegging for the plate from cen
ter Held. IhiKhnell nnd VCerhe liolh
mauiiRed to land tho Kphrre plunili
Into the catcher' mitt on the llrnt
lotime, hut tho former'n throw ennio
the fuMeM, nnd he wan Rlcn tho de
rlloii on thl account. Williams mi
thlnl, hi throw IicIiir n trifle to the
I'eRRlim from the pl.tte nt n Mil llc
plmited oer nceond proved the mnM
pxpiilnr event, hrliiRliiR out n Held of
eleven. In three throws each, no olio
connected with the target, nnd the
live th.it had come t,locM lo It wero
Klven another Mint Iluthncll hit tho
Mnmliird JiimI helnw the cllir, nnd wan
Riven llrnt, while Henry Zerhe, who
JuM uhked the wood, waft placed nec
ond. Winiains wan third.
An wan expected. Hn Hue proved the
fnnlpnt iitnn on the tinthn. hut he nnly
won his place hy u nennt llfth of n
necond from Viiiunnhlro Tin HueN
time niii II IS Iliishuell wna third
wllli ir, r.-T,
xx ti n
Kam and High Meet This Af
ternoon in First League
Game Some Dope.
4t lSrz a a7T
Harney Joy wan caught napping In
the hKIIi. lie got n cli an nlnglo to
tho ! center, hut wlnn he dinuceil hln mind
.Senior LeiiRiie conllniieM to furnlnlithli "hout trying In nlrctili, It for another
hrnnd of hall the faiiM will he tuitlHll'-il. jl'K ! loafed on 'tlierttarn Joiirney
KIIiIipv. n fiiMIit reernlt of the fttnr. ' "nil wen nilti) hpviTiiI ftt off the
and lluirv ('hlllliiRwor'th hothpltchci1 IHrnt Mutton. j
rxrellenl hall, the former heltiK touch- ! --&
ed filr rlglifdlth nnd the latter for Hurnn nnd Henry Walker thoiiRlit
The Ueiln won tho color Held day of
tho Kaln prep. Kchool from tho Illucn
lar.t Satiuilay, hy n ncoro nf f2 In 34.
Knmrh.iimh.i and IllKli School meet
thin iiftcmnon In the llrnt regular game
of the Internchiilantlc ll.mchall League,
the content helng nchcduleil for the
home Rrouudn of the former clnlt III
alry between thene two teamn nnd
ruiiahnii, tlie third memher of tho
league. In keener than oer thin vear,
and the nerlen which openn today
prumlncH to he Interesting from tho
i A nlre-up of Ihe nllllntlnn Rltenl'n
Uilhnu the heller nf It at the present
time There In innre hanelnll male,
rial at Oahu than at eltlar Knin nr
IIIeIi. nnd with a long Inter-chinH ne
rlen Junt llnlshnl, the I'ltfihoun htv"
had a chance lo thoroiiRhlv trt nut
the nvnllahle mntrrlal ami to form 'i '
cnmhlnatlnn that Is quite formldahle I
Kam and High met In n practise
game April SI which remitted In a win '
for the former., R lo 7, after a wlhllt I
exciting Rnme that went thhleep In '
nhiRn. Thin lends added Interest to '
thin nfternoon'n encounter, where there
will he more at Make ihau In hut
I High rtihool ban been n henvv loser
tills Ht'lron Ofln" In the fact that
Vhe trip nf the All-l'lilnesn In the
C'oant look nwsy three of their bent
plavcrn. I at Tin. wi of the rmlsi
third banemen en the Island: Hnnti li
rntcher. and l.uck Vee. pitcher were
all High Seheel lnjin. tvhn wnnhl bve
plnid on Ihe leim Ibis ncisnn Tills
i leaven a big hole In the lineup, and I
Couch KoImimi has been hard put to It
lo hriiiK Ihe nireTitimi together In .
X it ft ii !
HAWAII i miiaim:.
Tho ncht Hawaii will be off
tlio whh loilay, In tin Rood Rhape
! ns when nlio wlm first lamiclied t
'' III fact, tlio . Maittirli nchonner
Hint will carry tho pennant of
the llnwnll .Yacht Club In the
coniliiR Iraim-I'aclllc race In con-
Milerrtt In bo n heller bei than
! ttlio whs two years iiro, for tho
! reanun that nlio Iiiik "found her-
Belf mul iilei) bccniise Ciiptaln
V Slroiul. her Bldpper, Ii.im the ox-
perlelice of two fiirtncr races,
when ho called on the Hawaii iw
, ! llrnt mule, lo draw on. He knows
' the boat mul knows tho race, mul
certainly tho Hawaii will get tho
best of haiiillliiR and an Rood n
chance In land 111 llrst place as It
In ponnlblo lo Rivet her
! The work of leunviitlnR ntul
! repnlrliiR In practically cnmplet-
eil, ami with frenlilv vnrnlnhcil
sparv, anil clean white slilcn. tho
Fcbooni r In math tn atari tho
Ioiir Mi.vnee lo the Bt.iltlUK lino s
: next Salurilav.
. o .j. . ,
DUKE WILL SWIM
The PwedMi Olimplc coinmltteo h.M
worked out and unnnunced the nw I Mi
ming priijjrani. RtvlUR the ilny nml
hour nf each event. Previously only
the events ami tho Hwliiimiiig dales In
clusive had been given, uud members
nf Ihe Auiirleaii team were romevvhat
niixhtUHty nUNltlur: the arrangement
nf ihe Kihedule.
If Duke Knhaiiimnl.u enters tho
ion meters nm the relay race only,
which pectus to be the plan of tho
Koiecthlng like ttlsvlmr form j American ejiympie comniiiice ni int
"We're In tnusli link." said he nf- . 1'renenl time. neconlliiR to lato advices
The Itllmm heal the I Iherlv theater ter wiilcliliig i-onte ,.r the p.rform-in-en ' '-'" ? Ilawiillsn cham
Tho 1 IJous bent tho Uhcrtj theater ..urep. ,,, t,. m' .. M i ni. Plon will have to swim on three nuc
Icnm K tn 7 yesterday. In holly con- "' '"" .V"rIp', " iiun-M. "'". ,
I riiinit fniiirtDiy iiioriiiiiir i itwc i'r l " w j--
.we're- going to do the best vvs rnn, l""u ,,w M'liiimes In the preliminary
MiCnrthy's elialbtiiRo to meet at.ylin.ly ""-l k'n. "n trying In II... hope .r ,. ;""""'" " '","1'" ,,.v'7" T
-- .. ...... . . .,...,, -i..-,t...t -m-rn'i.... ..in. ,i.n unnun.. .Hint he. will on Saturday, jimv s, at,
tested tcn-lnnliiR Rutnn.
live. KIIiIipv seems to have unite nui'liT wrre p"n ponies In Ihe ninth nnd
annorted lino of shoots, and keeps hlsjtrleil to "ride tiff" each other hi tho
beail well In tlaht corners; lioth
pllchern showed Rood control.
AH It IlII Hllt'O A
Schuman, 21 t 0 1 0 1 r
Ilceven, SS 3 (1 0 0 3 1
Kentnor, cf I 0 n o l 1
it. Joy, rf-lf I n a 6 i n
llurnn. .lb 4 n n n 1 n
lTnfpu iir n . n n n
Nnnclmcntn, rf ....2 0 I) 0 0 0
Whine, c a n o n 7 1
Klhhey, p a 0 0 0 1 2
Prnsscr, 11 a 0 n 0 a 0
13 STILL ON AT '
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
64 SOUTH HOTEL STREET
OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Weekly Bulletin &1 Per vcr
nelghl orpooil of third base.
The opening game nf the day
between the All-Chinese seconds
tho .1. A C Juniors. The former took
the lluig end nf an 8 to 2 score after
n game that was loo rotten tn benr
description The winners put, live men
across In the first, nnd that pracll
cnlly settled tin. dispute
011 tho lainiM at mint 10:111. Axciroti. .ih won me i-i.smi
hy the way, ued to ri to school with W. I-mils. which Is not In the trl
McCarthy, tlio two liclnR ulil 'Krlsco "cheol league, but which lias ganies
cjniinn. schtsliiled with tho three other schools.
I seems In havo the edge nn High, hnv-
Tho three Imyu clubs that cninpel- Iiir won two gnmes, 11 practise nffnlr
tvni 0d n the HwlniiiiliiR meet held III tlio 11 week iicii which went to tho Halnts
""I Palatini tank last .Saturday evenlne. 19 In 0. and a regular scheduled game
(ItvhUil honors. Class A, hoys titidcr
8.") potinilo, went lo Knuliiwelaj CIiisb
II, fc.r In 100 imiintls, I'alnmii; Class C,
over 10U pounds, KaknnUo.
last; .Saturday ninrnlmr, which St
l.nuls won C to .1. JudRlng by HIrIi's
7 p. m.: Hiinday at R p. 11. . nml Mnn
l.iy nt 7:31 p tn In Ihe schedule for
the bents and Until of tho int. meters
open, freo style. The team race, at
F00 tuctcm. comes on the fnllmvltiR Krl
The American relay team has bee-n
sirlnunly weakened bv the wllbdrnwal
of C M. Dinlels. nnd the Yankees will
Totals 32 0 5 0 21 la 4
J. A. C.
Vamashlro, rf ..
Mnrkluiin, m .,
H Walker, cf ..
Oeorge Itr.ins, lb
J. Itnss. 3b
Medclros, If ....
Hcore by Innings:
itiins ...nnnn.ooon n n
llaso hits 0 10 1110 0 1 r.
itiins n n 1 0 0 0 2 0 a
Unset hits 10 112 0 2 1 S
Two-bano hit, Kchuman; sacrlllee
hits, Yiiniashlro, Medelron; left on
bases,- Stars 0, J. A. C Hi double play,
LOVEJOY & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
icrformance against Kam last week, ' '", '"'N' l"1' "" '" l"i "" who
have a cltance against the. Australians.
Rinenillj ennsldered tho ntrongsst
team swimmers of the Olympiad
:: n it
SCORE AT GOLF,
PIS THE JOB
FINE WINES and LIQUORS 3
WJien T (1111 gave Cnlnncl Hogcy
the worst beating nf his life, by com
ing In 8 up on the colonel In tho Feb
ruary piny for tin llisderer prise nt
the Countiy i 'bib. eve rv one said that
he hail cinched the trophy, and that tn
brltifT "IT the two r-ui.ilnhiR tourna
ments was a mere fnriirillty.. Thin
tiiriK'd nut lo be corns'!, so far as the
second contest fur the trophy, pulled
nlT yesterday, wus enncerned
W. HlmpMin carried e.lT llrst homtrs
for tho il.iy's play Ho and C. I.
MnrkO Mulshed all sipiare with tho
colonel, ami the Reminds committee
ordered n play-off, hi which Simpson
was successful, coming In 2 down to
Morse's 3 dnn His score of nil
siiiare. Item over, stands as second to
(1111 lo dale.
The third and llual play for the tro
phy will bo on June 23.
Yesterday's play, which was nt
haudk'iip miileji against boge-y, was
all In the ceiluiitl's favor. Tho .-arils
were us follows:
W Simpson. 2 down: f P, Morse,
3 down; A S Hewitt. I down; J. Onll,
L' down j C fl Owen. S 1ein; W
Wnon. 7 down; M Phillips, 7 down
J J Helper, down: II 11. Sinclair,
1 10 down; II II Walker, 11 downj H.
M ('amphell, down; I' v Kleb.ihu,
12 down H M Walker, 12 down
St l.nuls should be nbln to aeeount
for the tattir team its well, l'liunhoti
Is still under esiver, nnd will not m.iku
an appearance until Ma i. when the
team plays Kamehamch,. on tho Kam
UP A NOTCH
OAHU PLANTATION LEAGUE.
Ewa , .
C. 0. Jacobs Tired ot Wag
ing For Returns to
WAIM'KIT. Apr 25 Mr C. O. Ja
enbs, for seven years ui.iu.iRer of tho
Kooluii lluhher Co.. has tcmteri'd his
resignation. In take effect on the llrst
of May He will still retain somit In
terest In the concern, as, according lo
the ngreemtnl, part of hW salary was
tn bo Invented hi the company. Thus
he hnlds iiiltd a bit of Its slock. Mr.
Jacobs says he does not doubt the ul
timate success of tho rubber Indus
try, only he I'aii not nlford tn wait sn
long for the returns tn come In, nml
thirefore decided to start 111 snuiethhiR
for himself. "It Is not Rood policy to
put nil one's effgs In one basket, nny
way,' he smiled Ilo has n pleco nf
rubber laud nf his own, some tn acres,
which he wishes tn dispose of.
Tin re are lit present throe rubber
cnmitiinlcM on Mnol. vl . the UTnolall.
Hawaiian-American ami Nahlkn. Mr '. Tho , first half of the series will end
Aica 0, Ewa 6.
Walanae 14, Walpahu 5.
Yesterday's Raines In the Plantation
I.e.iRun were nue-shleil nffalrt), mid tint
braml of ball was not llrst class. Alen
broke Ihe tie with Kwn by taking tho,
Riiinn ami Jumping Into second pl.ee
on tho pere-enlaRe tnble. Walanae still
maintains Ihe lend, with an unbroken
string of victories.
Paul Schmidt vt. Rictow.
Dyson vc. White.
Winne vs. Scharlin or Ocoll.
Williams vs. WilMnion.
E. -F. Schmidt vs. Frocllch.
Bcrnnl vi. Darter,
Above are (he dri.wli.RS fer the sec
ond round of the singles bowling tour
nament on the "Y" nllfys Pluv will
ie.mn.rnrc tonight, when It Is expect
ed Hint several mutches will be de
cided. Tho eight players maklnR tho'
highest scores' In this round will mini-
Ify for play In the next lound
III tho preliminary fruuin J Wlnno
wus high hum with tni:, while Srhiir
lln mul Scnlt .veto tied fur low with - -Sf,l.
Tho Inst three melt lo roll turned
In the following scores Saluruay
Kottncp ....117 IK7 ICt 1SI 17t
Mills .. 117 IK. Ill 107 101
P Schmidt .114 197 1M 151 I'.1 1
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
"Harvey's Special" Scotch Whiskey
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
902 Nuuanii Street
Jacobs thought the best plan would
ln tn amalgamate all three companies
Into nne, under one manager, l'rnmun
economical standpoint this would un
doubtedly preivo u wise move Wockly
i one full
Tho Oiiblnor Clrcln nf tho Kllnliaim leaders
Art I.eaRun will shortly commence tho .
planting tr cntnnniits and other treeH DM nWIW MFMDRIAI
mid ul,r,il,u nhnn ro,.rlv frnii.nnnu '""""III HIl-HI WI1IHL.
"" ' ....... ,'.,i-..f ....nu
next week, ami a lint (ilght slinuld esuns
nut nf the meeting betweeiy Alea and
Walanae. which meet -on the fnrnier's
lininn grounds. This will bo an Im
portant Rnme for both teams, for u
win for Alea will put that team nnly
A gotiil nllcnilaucn was present at
Ihe Sunday uiclit services of Kalta ike.
Mission, In charge of ,lnhn Mnrlin
Mr Hor;t;H nf Iho murine ramp made a
game behind tho league f"
of Kiiliikiiiiii uveinio.
. ,:, i. i .. .;,
WINDOW IN PLACE
WAII.HKI1. Mru", April 27. Tho
Henry Perrlno Ilaldwln momnrlnl
wlnilnw has been plncerl In the Mnka
wno Church It Is uniiRiinlly beniitlful
In design nnd represents "Tlio Sow
er." Tlio window Is tlio plft In thu
church of Mrs. II P. TTnlilwIn, mul was
selected hy Mr, Harry A. llnblwln.
I Compound Herbalo
purled thai Tetter inlHlnuk tlio railroad,
truck on Iho l'alina road near tho Olun
pliinlnllon inniiHger'H resldcnco for tin.
Government road, with tho result that
tho innrliliiti hiicketl nvor tlio tins,'
spilling nut Oreen. who wiih sulllclpiiti
lilt t l,n...ll A..kI1 O'l fn. ...... 1., I..I... 1 ..I.....I tl. l.n..,l tn in.Ln I,
Sheriff ..Viler, hw .lurlnx llm 'past necessary to lake 1,1m to tho hospital. nfcwTork cl iP ',S
X,'"",. a." V :r' Z ?" ,.;,; 7 X, ,,, u'"' Alexander & llnltlwln. Tim
ly escnpeil being injured In an auto uc- lowing morning, though Lynmn rail'
clilent at Olaa last ThurRtlay. As It tlmisly took his chances on tho train,
was Albert 0, (Jrcon of Oreen Lake, The marhlno was not damaged tn
Knpnlit., tho onKlnecr who la In chargo any oxtont. A rod was bent, and
of the Lord & VounK plant at .that twonty mlnutos' work In tlio garage
placo, waif tiillo badly Injured ubout put It In good nhapo again.
Bladder R?.T,5dj m
wnrk wnR tlnno In tho studios of Chas,
I HoRcinan. Maul Nowa,
hotter was ilrlMnR his ronl ma
rhlno. having as his passengers Oreen
nnd Hlchnnl Lyman. Thoy woro on
their way from Kapnlin to Hllo, In
tending In tako In the show ut tho
Raynty. The night was quite, dark
mul a drizzle was falling, which mado
It dllllcult to see far ahead. It Is re-
Tbr.o Firtt-Clait Artlstl
At tho -
MODEL SANITARY BfflSEri BHOPetStit
Dethtl and King Streets
E, Q. Sylveiter, E. 8ohroll, I'roprletors
IIHST BHHVIOE OUAHANTKUD
Fnllnwlng n ropcrt tnndo l.y Inspect
or Webor lo tho effect that tho cess
pool situation In tho city Is not yet
undor rnntrol, Ur. McCoy has an
nounced that till sound cosupools must
be covrred, prcfernhly with earth and
that, all lenity ones must ho pumped
run Hoard nr Health sustains
nr. McCoy, nnd enses nf non-compll-unco
will ho turned over to Judgs
Lymer, speclnl ntlorney for tho Hoard
laeti.Ueknf Aprl'i. '''.' I luteerlne.i
I el. . Win ion Slomlch. 111oilf4 1 el- E
I InE. I'lm In Slonn h tiler l-tnrf. Sick I
Klll.rnt. ..,.. WHUH liniiKi,
I liaiousncii. La Ciller. Dent-tit Icvrr.l
ltiillli nl I-.ver. MiWit, Httos,
f l-ever, Tlrel I etl'ni,Jjundlf,llfl.ih ,
2 l)IAri-ir, t travel, i ncipirfii'MM,- i-.--"...
ni,inTMiil l. 1 nuifftii. Rltru-
t ,...--...;-----. ----- t- -- .
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