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PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 11 ? A,
Hiladelphiaa wins the national
' lea tenets championship. WlULB?
T. Ttlden. Incumbent, mt; loee
! Utl? in the anal round at the
lermantown Cricket Club here Satr**r.
but If he doea, Philadelphia
till may boaat of the champion, for
Wallace F. Johnaon, who meet a
rHden for the hichest honor In the
?anla world, also votea in a local
THden went into the flnal by deWUlia
F. Davis, the noted
^iforala player. t???. ??!. ??1'ohaaon
eliminated J. O. Anderson,
Australia, the only sorriTin* forFlrner
in the tournament with the
>**a of only one aet. the second,
fhe tcore was t?4, 3??. I?I and
In three succaaaive tournaments
lohnaon haa rone Into the aeml ?W
round, but not alnce lill haa
At the new I
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For 71 Different Au
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For 55 of the leedtng au
are here, reedy to
he leaped that barrier Into the
final a. Ha surprised hie moat en.
thusiaalic admirers Friday by defeating
Anderson through his chop
| stroke, which caused Anderson to
make numerous errors In returning
the balL Though Johnson won it
might be argued that Anderson defeated
Tllden had great difficulty with
Davis fn the first set, which dragged
out to 8-alI on games. Then he
seemed to recover the knack of hie
placement shots and lt!s progress
was comparatively easy. x
The Tilden-Davis point score:
415044114144414 2 4 4?32?1<
24341244240624040 1?47? J
Tilden 4 i 4 4 6 4 5 4?32?<
Davis 2402463 1?22?J
Tilden 744440 5?28?<
| Davis 521124 3?IS? 2
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j Trackmin's Selections. '
First Rait fkuimtapi iMke
*"??, Ur? Mmi.
Kirf?Fair Mar. .tloril.
Third Rare ? Queaada. Swift
Graaa, Madeatj. '
Fourth Ran?Mad Hatter, (apt.
Mr ark. Kaahhlr.
Fifth Rare ? (irorglr. (haleaa
i Thlrrrr. Thaadrrrlaa
Rare ? Jnae Graaa. Tall.
flrat llarr ? Heihuoa. (llntoavllle.
Aeraad Rarr lloaalr Oreat. TarI
alda. Fir Id fcark.
i Third Rare?Royal Dark. ArraI
van. Fair Orleeat.
Foar<h Rarr? Moatf art. Jaaaa
ratrr, H. M. Hewitt entry. I'ladar
Fifth Itncr?(;rr> K. It.
I Bradley entry, MportlaK Blood.
Wixlh liar* Dr. Clark. Marjorle
I Hynea, I'andra and Joara eatry.
Srirrath Rarr?Dartmoor. Blarklr
5 D?n, Kevrple O'.Nrll.
AT COXXAKiHT PARK.
' . fr'leat Rare Haraaet. Met'orbarn
. Reread Hae*?Klartlr, Ballyuen.
Third Ran Dallas Berry. Light
Fourth Rare?Purl. Cormoran.
Rare-.Uftt) J.. radao,
Sixth Rare?Madgr F., \Voo4thrash.
Seventh Race-?Bourbon Grrea,
Harry M. Steveaa, Z?l?.
MRS. MALLORY IN
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. is. it
will be Mrs. Franklin I Mallory,
national champion, versus Mian
Edith Sigourney, of Boston. In the
final of the Middle States tennis
championship Saturday. Both advanced
in straight acts on the
courts of the Philadelphia Cricket
Club today. Mrs. Mallory defeated
Miss Anne Townsend. of this city,
s??. 6?3. and Miss Sigourney elimi
inated Miss Martha Bayard of
Short Hills, 6?0. 6?J.
In the doubles Mrs. Mallory and
Miss Sigourney reached the title
round at the expense of Mrs. M. B.
Huff and Miss Helen Sewell, whom
they defeated 6?1, 6?1. They will
meet the national champions. Miss
Mary K. Browne and Mrs. Louise R.
Williams, of California, in the final.
Coach Robb put the Catholic Unlversit
football squad through two
stiff practice session* yesterday.
Scrimmage will not be held until
next week. Buckle at quarterback
showed up particularly well, and
looks like a "find'' in that position.
"C Corwin, last year's end, arrived
last night, as did McKeon, of Detroit.
Break Three Records
, At Syracuse Track
SYRACUSE. N. Y., Sept. 16.?Two
new world's records were established.
and the race record broken
today at the State Fair track, where
the Grand Circuit meeting came tc
a close. Sanardo. owned by p. K
Downs, of Boston, and driven by
Tom Murphy, broke the world's record
fos a threc-hcat race by a gelding
in winning the 2:03 pace, the
second heat, in 1:59%, estabtishin?
tne race record for the season. With
his recent purchase, Czar Worthy
Murphy established the world's 3year-old
trotting gelding record ai
2:03*?. beating the 2:03*4 of Wal
ter Sterling, made here on Wednesday.
Murphy drove Sanardo for a record
in the first two heats of the 2 0'
pace, none of the field getting neai
him at any time. The first hea?
^ifSJn 2:00he was hurriec
i I?.yay ,n thc ncxt* and finished
in l:a9 3t, the race record for th<
season, and the fifth horse Murphy
has marked inside the 2:00 list.
. Ball for Hornsbi
NEW YORK, Sept. 16.?A base
ball autographed by Presided
Harding will officially open th<
game between the Pittsburgh National
League team and the St
Louis Friday. September 30. wher
a "Rogers Hornsby Day" will b<
observed. The baseball will latei
be presented to Hornsby. The ball
has been autographed by the President
according to a letter received
in St. Loafs from George B. Christian.
jr.. Secretary to thc President
and is now en route to the committee
W. C. C. Stages Comedy
The Washington Canoe Club will
hold its annual comedy regatta tomorrow
on the Potomac course just
above the Aqueduct Bridge. Nino
events arc scheduled, with prises for
the winner in each. A special cup
will be awarded to the high-point
at?3*3*0 ^le race is due to start
Tonight a lantern parade Is on the
program. The Chum II, official boat
of the club, will tow the illuminated
canoes up the river and back, after
j which a dance will be held at the
Ray to Try for Record.
NEW YORK. Sept 16.?Joie Ray.
of Chicago, has notified the Sportsmen's
Patriotic Association, of Toronto.
that he will make an effort at
the association on October 8 to break
the world's record for a mile.
White Sox Sign Pitcher.
LYNCHBURG, Va., Sept. 16.?Emj
mett Parcel!, an amateur pitcher of
I this place today signed a contract
with the Chicago American League
Club far next spring.
Hughes Calls Meeting.
Chairman 'Shorty Hughes, of the
District Umpires' Association, has
called a meeting of the association
at nis home tomorrow mornng at 10
G. P. O. Juniors Practice.
The G. P. O. Junior eleven will
start practice today at 5 o'clock on
tha Poatofllce field. All candidates
are requested to report
Pennant Fight Ends.
MUSKOGEE. Okla., Sept. 16 The
Independence( Okla.. baseball team
by defeating Muskogee In the second
game of a double-header here todav
cinched the Southwestern 'League
, pennant for 1921. 5
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JjJjTklnc Va Ambrose 1^"
lu# Psaes ' 2-0
TWlM? JOS McAtee JJ
Tars,bout 111- Carroll 4
'OT * K????r ?
I. , ,a) fco.U,T rt
Noltown I OB ! ? ?? J
Vuksatae 111 Coltllsttl H
Frislet Mt Hcott y
l-lbfrtj Girl luo Miliar lo
*0l? ? I'aMahut: 11
??*- lis* 11- c. KoBiBfr; fc.Ite,!
? ... II start.
Mddlc Bin,, l to l, 2 to 1, fc,,,,,,
2'? Tiding*. 1 to 2. Time, ):?.
Hurt food; won driving; plsce MHr. Winner
eh. r. 4, by Boots (Ml Saddle?Wlahlnz
Hint Owner. B. J. Kookle Trainer. C.
The >'or?T Illlla Hteepleeliaae; handleap
I stiMt'tmT BUM. "P; ,U20U "*?
' Cr2n.ll, ft n?k" ,7"
i Le Maraouin 13(1 Crawford 2-10
Alfardl 140 tUereasoa X
I tr>-ht lllll, eren, tmt. oat: Le Maraouin
j out. out; Alfardl. out. Time. 3:51. atari
*ood; won eaallj-; pure driving. Winner
b. i bj Simmon--Allle Darden. Owner and
trainer. J. H. Lrwli.
ai?? "J?1""." ""in*: porae.
i 91,04)0: .j a furlonf.; main rourae.
| Hor?e. Wt. Jockej. ri?
! Bountiful 112 Callahan i-?
; Bayonne 108 Iiobin?on 2-0
*"? 1U Welner S-l
| Nortli Wales 112 McAtee 4
j Hlrai-le Man 112 Kutnmer 5
k'red Klnnej MS Babln ?
Han Stefano 104 Carroll
Helakl 104 ZoeUer s
Plurality 107 Tamer 0
First Race.?Purse |1.400; claimr
trip; for 3-year-olds and up; 6 furlongs:
Cozette. 57: Miss Petite.
Uncle Velo, Jacobean, 100; Romance.
102; Illsing Rock. 105;
Clintonville, Blue Paradise. Gloria
France. Cotton Blossom. 107; Ruby,
108; Columbia, Tenn.. Hidden
Jewel. Redmon, Abadane, 110; East
Kecaad Race?Purse $1,400; claiming;
for 2-year-old maiden fillies;
5% furlong j* : Ida McGee, Flunella.
Modna, 107; Bashful, Megan, Our
Betsy. Dixie O'Day, Canny Lady.
1 Bonnie Crest. Image, Torsidn. Who
1 Can Tell, Field Lark, Ethel Vale,
Third Race?Purse $1,400; claimi
ing; for 4-year-olds and up; mile
and a Sixteenth: Ollle Palmer.
Wave. Philistine. Frank F., 107;
Belle of Elizabethtown. Mab, Fair
Orient. Miss Nell. Peggy C.. 101;
Grey Eagle. Harvest King. Shilling,
> Shipmate, 112; Alex. Jr.. 107; Lafoudr-,
106; Arravan. Harry Burgroyne.
114: Royal Duck. 11C.
Foarth Itarf -Purse $5,000 Fort
Thomas handicap; for 2-year-olds;
6 furlongs: Bonus. 105; Granite
Ware, Aloft. 108; Jeanne Boydre.
109; Tom Hxre, jr., Washington.
Ill; Braedelbane. Pindar, reel, 115:
Betmosle, 1U; Startle. 117: Pegasus.
123; Fair Phantom. 127; Miss Joy,
Fifth Rare?Purse $15,000 added:
the Latonia championship stake;
for 3-year-olds; mile and three
fourths: White Star; Grey Lag. Behave
Yourself, Sporting Blood.
Humphrey, Rangoon, Black Servant.
Sixth Rare?Purse $1,800; the
Gibson Hotel Handicap: for 3-year,
olds and up; 6 furlongs: Adonis.
Marjorie Hynes. 108; Darjeeling,
105; American Ace, Ginger. 112;
High Cost, *115; Brookholt, 123; Dr.
. Clark. 126.
Beveath Race ? Purse $1,500;
T claiming: for 3-year-olds and up; 1
i mile: Mavehona, 58; Golly, 102;
. Brotherly Love. 107; Tipposad]
Black ie Daw. 108; Kewpie OTCell,
' 110: Dartmoor, 112.
| Weather cloudy; track fast.
1 Connaught Park Entries
I ffaFlrV ^lace ? Th* Queen City
[ Steeplechase Handicap; for 4-yearr
?,d? upward; about two liiiles:
Madrid. lo0; Ray o* Light, 130; Baronet.
137; Lieut. Seas. 137; Coronado.
138; Transparo. 139; MoCorbum.
Second Race?Claiming; for 3and
upw*rd; five and onenaif
furlongs: Ballynew, 101- Jack
t hTCe: '06:.lTlpfor<l. 106; Miss Our!.
? t .t 'j; 10S: Rih- AI Pierce.
- j 111- Ruth Maxim. 08; Turf 112.
R*C,* Clalmt": ' for 3;
? ? *n uPward: ?ve and one??2?.
20n",: HUI and Dale. 1?<:
^ 10? m. aS,ic- I06- Draftsman.
106 Mar(rarel?Dlxo?. ,o?; w. a. A.
in I0,: Sand River.
in. Chick Barkley. m.
I Fourth Race?Claiming: for 3Goldan
f5nd upward; furlongs:
,1 " 107; Lcipslc. 107:
im ? : M'-s, Klt- 11#;
HI. Cormoran. Ill; I-anaman. 109.
fc ? The Queen City
ward'^.li- S-year-oids and upd
a sixteenth: Flj-lnj;
'i M ttWM11'14 95: Duke Ruff.
99. \Voodbine. 100: Betty J.. 103- PaduIfh
,01: * Love. 107.
veir^M. tr_naJminB: fo1" 3"
year-olds and upward; one mile
A?m?,TM,.tJ \ard': Oarner. 89;
Anmute, 9.; ^akamine, 96- WlnneTh"rush,9itl^0T0n
Klder' lis: Wood
xnrush. 105; American Eatel 107Darniey.
110; Madge V nf
v?r:-? "?'^-C'a'Tninic; for 4n
upward: one mile and
a quarter. Oriental Park IS- Fire
7?rl\ 103; Paddy niTri
10V 1 : J- Alfred ClarK,
Green 109 ??dKe' 103: Bourbon
Wen,w: ', rry M" Stevens. 109.
Weather clear; track fast.
j aqueduct entries
cap^Vor !i,rf~Th? Roamer Handleury.
wTrkNo^rCi7o OIaala'or.' 130.Dreamiosn
^eal LodEe' Irlsh
l?l n ,!L? y Moon- 113; Ararat.
1?; Thunderclap. ^
rm.'":.^y pW,hich' "0; Franc Tll:_
lr?Mac- Algardi. 142.
Staked r^T~ e B*llroSe SelllnB
Pif.iw' r ?-year-old?; 5 furlongs:
Plucky. Leghorn. Swift Grass, 99;
Paw a'i r?. Tu,war. ??; Bantry
wood 109 M'S0*'- ?'?l>erman. Bo*.
wood 102, Modesty. 100; Hephastos,
106; Oolong. u4; Quereda, 10?;
Forest Queen, no.
i.r.*",7k ^The Kdgemere Handlcap
for 3-year-olds and up; mile
and a furlqng; Captain Alcock. 10S;
104: Damask. 108;
Knobble, 112; Donnacona. 110;
Thunderclap. 127; Mad Hatter. 12i.
Fifth Rare?Conditions; for 4year-olds
and up: Good Bye. 91*
?n7'VV- 98: War Note.
101; l-scarpoltte, 103; Copper Demon.
99; Ctmaivron, 109; Chateau
iThiwrry. 109; Tufter, US: Georgia.
, Itoanttful, 7 to 1, 3 to 2. 6 to 5; Bayoone,
2 to o, l to 4; Jquo. Tto ft. Time, 1:?0 S4
Htart good; won eaallj; place Mae. Wlaser
*? f. 2, by Wrack?Sunjptuoui. Owner, A.
l>ranta. Trainer. K. 0. Ueider.
< Tho Autumn tiold Cup Handicap with
; I5.00<) added; for 3 >ear-old* and up; two
HoTM. Wt. Jorkrvy. rtei
Exterminator 180 Kelaey 1-* k
Uolaoiar 104 Callahan 2
omiy two *urten.
Kstorainator, 1 to I: Batoolar. out. Time.
?:2P 1-ft. Htart good; won ea*lly; place
*ame. Winner rh. g. f. by Meiiee?Fair
Kmpresti. Owner, W. 8. Kilmer. Trainer.
The Dnnton Handicap; foe 3-year*old? and
up: purse. $1,300 added; one mile.
Home. Wt. Jockey. fin.
?wUa 128 * Johnson 1-V?
Huper 1?1 Hire 2-h
Klerted If. 130 Hand#
MeAau 110 McAtee 4 *
Two Feathers 110 Ambro?e 5
IH>nnaconaa ij? C. Knmmer ?
Kdwlna. 8 to 1, 8 to 1, 0 to 5; Knurr. :
? to 5. 2 to 5;'Kitted II.. 4 to ft. Tliie.
1:88 2-5. start good; won driving; place
?*n?c. Winner h. f. 4. by Celt? lady
<t<rflva. Owner. W. B. Kilmer lralaer,
: ^ . K. Khlelda. V.
For 2jear-ol?a; parte. $1,000; furlougH;
Uor?e. Wt. Jockey. Fin.
Jt. Henry 11J Hand. 1-4
J aukoe 8(,t 11} t. mn ".14
Hunan (ell IDS Turner 8?
Knot Unn 113 IVnman 4
Bla?k Itaacal 113 omietlt 5
?*U? 10? An. bro- U j
8t. Ilenr). 1 to out. out: Vankee Star,
. a? to 5; Runantell. 7 to 10. Time,
il? . 3' start Ko?l; won easily: place
driving. Owner, Muatfoct Jonea. Trainer,
" ? Walker.
Klr" Hare Honor Man. 110
(Gregory), 15.60. 8.10, 6.00; Kurbejlow.
111 (Parke), 18.10, 9.00; Or|lovtt,
105 (Field*). 3.90. Time,
1:12 2-5. Gipsy Queen, Hereafter.
Wise Man. Honolulu lioy and
t?round Swell also ran.
! Rare?Salamander. 10S
.(Garner), 6.20. 3.30. 2.50; Settle. 108
1 (Wills). 4.20, 3.10; Red Wlngfleld.
; 108 (Stack). 3.20. Time, 1:14 1-5.
First National. Zack Terrell. Uojul,
j Tamper, Dad. Spods, Hrennan, Grit
land Flying: Prince also ran.
1 Third Itace?Candle Light. 108
(Fields), 11.20. 4.80. 3.20; Virgo, 108
! (Parke). 3.00. 2.40: Melvln. 108
< (Porretto). .4.00. Time. 1:17 4-3.
i Xon Skid. J. C. Stone, Harry Bur- 1
' goyne and Capital City also ran. i
Wank Race ? Advocate, 105
(Fields). 25.40. 12.80. 7.70; Parader.
108 (Barrett). 7.40. 5.00: United
I Verde. 108 (Garner), 4.00. Time, j
11:38 4-5. Royn Dick. Runga Buck,
j Pimlico. Aph, Debadou and l.H>ufs A. !
j also rtn.
: Fifth Race?lie: t i na, 1(19 (Gar.
I ner). 14.90. 5.?0. 3.40: Miss Muffit I
.109 (Parke). S.S0. 2.50; Col. Tlaker. ]
19# t Barnes), 3.5(1. Time. 1:12 S-S.
j Memphis, Uunzaf, Ben Bolt and
j Buddie Kean also ran.
Math ltaee?Lady Mother. 10(i
I (Barnes). 92.30. 17.60. 9.60. Martha
Fallon. 115 (Pool). 3.40. 3.00; Bernice
K.. 106 (Garner). 5.00. Time.
1:12 4-5. I.ina Clark. Bill and Coo. j
Glynn and Aloft also ran.
Seventh Raee? Hijrh Gear. 107
(Murray). ?.(?. 5.20. 3.80: Harlock. I
106 (Gregory), 7.20. 4.90: Kimpa- i
| long. Ill (Roberta), S.70. Time.!
j 1:46 3-3. Rama. I.ou AVIdrlg, Danej
ing Spray, Sea Prince, Grace. Canti- !
j lever and Master Bill alio ran.
Connaught Park Results
First Race?Navisco, 110 (Bor- I
I pan). 21.70. 9.20. 5.70; Ferrun, 106
i (Buxton). 14.90, 8.20; Tiger Em|
press 100 (Harbourne), 4.00. Time,
1:08 1-5. Little Less, Russulla, The
Manageress. Mary D.. Overrun. Nellie
Harper also ran.
Secoad Rare?Muslto. 114 (Thurberl.
6.85. 3.35. 2.65; Plain Bill. 114
(Gruneisen) 2.80. 2.55; A1 Pierce.
104 (Borgan). 3.35. Time, 1:13 2-5.
; Great Scott, Ruth Maxim, Tarascon
Third Raee?Mouctte. 102 (Romanelli).
3.85. 2 85. 2.50; Blarney
Boy. 100 (Gruneisen), 5.90, 3.70;
Landless. 101. (Gantner), 2.85.
Time. 1:14 4-5. War Fox. Yakamine.
Sweet Bouquet also ran.
Fourth Race?Lads Love. 108
(MyerF). 16.30. 5.35. 3.30; Ku Klux.
108 (Hinphy). 4.50 3.30; Daydue. Ill
(Buxton). 3.30. Time. 1:13 3-5. Ikey
T.. Oriole also ran. i
Fifth Raee?George W.. 107 (Hinphy),
4.75. 3.70, 3.45; Princess Lou,
108 (Gruneisen). 16.70. 8.00; Mike.
109 (Atkinson). 5.25.* Time. 1:414-5.
High 01ympus.Little Gink.Sacajawea
Jlmmie O'Brien, Corllla, Douglas!
Fairbanks also ran.
Sixth Race?Chimera. 105 (Hinphy).
4.10. 2.80 2.45; Alcatraz. 93
I (Gantner), 3.85. 3.05; Oriental Park
' 96 (Borgan). 3.05. Time, 1:48. Miss
j Dixie. Little Dear, Count Boris also
j Seventh Race?Just Fancy. 107
(Bulcroft). 4.65. 2.90. 2.40; Fireworth.
106 (Moore), 3.10, 2.5*0; Jack
j Healy, 107 (Murphy). 3.00. Time
I 1:48. Captain Hodge, Counsel,
Mountain Girl also ran.
Dominique 126; Thunderclap, 123.
Sixth Race?Conditions; for 2y
ear-olds: 6 furlongs: Confusion,
102; Rainbow Boy, Turn, All Over,
Commissioner McMeekln, 105; Emotion,
107: My Play, 105; June'Grass,
.Sedge. Missionary, Irish Brigadier
110; Toil, 116; Prodigious, 322.
Weather clcar;'track fast.
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Veteran Gelding Takes
Autumn Gold Cup
B> ED CTILE1.
KEW YORK. Sept. 1??Kxterminat?r.
the lonx-d lata nee champion runner.
cantered home to an ea*y victory
in the Autumn Gold Cup Handicap
today at Belmont Park. The old nixday
runner met only Ballsolar. and at
the finish had the latter disxy and
staggering. It wan a Jaunt of 2 mile*
o^er the big course. and Exterminator
loped it In S:2t 1-5.
For a m.le and a quarter it van a
pretty sight. with the pair racing
hAd and head. Then Kelsay gave
the gelding his head, and he gradually
drew aray from tils rival. Coming
down the- atretch he walked away
from Hell-olar and crossed the line
an easy winner. His victory netted
$4,725 and a gold cup. valued at $500.
This was tr?? second rtlimine ot U
a take and the second time Exterminator
won. After the finish hla
owner. \V. H. Kilmer, was presented
by the stewarda with the trophy. This
was Exterminatory last appearance
in the East. He will be shipped to
Kentucky to compete in the Ion*
races. If he keeps up his gait, he
will probably capture all the big
events. He ia the best diatance runTier
wc have seen around here tn
Exterminator holds the record oi
being the greatest moneymaker In th*
gelding class. He ia a public favor*ite.
In this stake he wa? a l-to-4
shot. Kilmer purchased him a few
years ago for $15,000 to start In thr*
Kentucky I>erby, which he won. Ho
has more than made up for the investment.
This was the final day of racing at
this mammoth course. A fairly good
crowd was cn hand, including Jack
Dempsey and Benny Leonard, two
real champion fighters. The fall
meeting wasn't much of a success, for
the horsermjp failed to do their duty.
They kept their runners in the barns
instead of sending them out with colors
It was gross ingratitude.
Cresthill. the jumper owned by
Howard l^ewis. came home by a
length in the Forest Hill chase. Hemet
his rival of a few day a ago.
I^e Marsouin, and beat the latter
easier than in their previous hitchup.
On th?t occasion they raced
the entire route head and head# with
Cresthill getting the verdict on the
post. Algardi was the only other
starter. He led for over a mile,
when his two enemies shook him oft
and began their duel.
Edwina proved a sure prize when
she parked 126 pounds and won the
We Are Plac
to do so. The
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