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I 5 THE UGUfclN Sl AINUAKD-tLXAMllNhlR bA 1 URDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1920. J
I FOUR IHDTGTED
I BY GRID JURY
I Bills Returned Aqainst Two
Former Salt Lake Stars;
LOS ANGELKS. Gal., Dec. II. In
dictments charging i rtaninsl conspir
acy were returned against four per
sons here yesterday by the Los Angeles
county grand jury which for several
week haji been Investigating charges
of alleged "erookedhess" In 1919
i,-. lint's i i iln I'm ifi i'ojiM Iuim-IkiM
The four named w n
W. Buker (Babe) Borton, former
first baseman of the Wrnon club,
whose chafrgeB precipitated the inves
tigation. Hari V. (Vfaggert, former outfielder
for the Sail l k luh
v. c Ruraler, init iik outfieldei
Nathan Raymond, alleged gambler,
The Indictments charge conspiracy
t. throw" baseball games, the speci
fic Incident n;'.ni-d heinR Ihe Bftll
Lake-Vernon series in lxs Angeles In
i. toher. I ' 1 0
l I Rl ROBBl l.
The Jurors clear the Vernon team
of charges made by Borton that s
"Mush fund ' was raised by members
i that club to "buy" the 1010 league
peimant, but .stats that If th race
had been played on Its merits the Los
Angeles team would hav won the sea--on's
The Indictments were returned be
fore Judge Frank R. Willis of the
criminal department ' the superior
court, who fixed latl in each ease at'
$ t U0t.
None of the m-n named Was In
ourt. and bench warrants wen Issued
for then, li was saiil if any could be
located in Los Angeles they probably
would be arraigned tomorrow. All
were believed to be out of town.
Borton wan released by the Wrnon
lub and suspended by President W.
H. McCarthy of the league. Maggori
was released by s.ii; Lake and Rumler
was suspended v iiv.- ,,ir
1 K.l.lts . I I Ml BILL.
Aside from Borton, who admitted
offering bribes to various players of'
the league, the grand Jurj found thai
Wrnon players had n on i t in the
alleged conspli acy.
It also declared- the "fan fund",
raised in 1910 b !. Angeles f.!iist
for the team either Vernon t Los
Angeles which won the pennant, was
not diverted to any illegal purpose.!
as charged by Boi i
Thr charge of criminal conspiracy i.s
punishable by nol more than
years' Imprisonment o; fine of not'
more than $5""". or both.
I JAZZY SPORTS
Coach Zuppke. of Illinois has a com- i
plaint to offer when the western con 1
Irrencc officials meet to dralt sched
ules for next season Thr Illinois nfen-1
tor wants a rub prohibiting a team
from taking a resl on the Saturday
I ' preceding a hi- ame, Buch as Ohio
State did before ihe Buckeje.s met his !
crew. Coach Wilce arranged for the'
holiday because he rigured the Illinois
jamo wot:ld be Lhe toughesl contest
of the season.
The Cleveland Associated Tennis .
clubs are making a strenuous effort i
to popularize the court game. Al
recent meeting it was decided to ask.
20 of the best players in the city to
devote one hour each day lo teaching
players on municipal courts how to fm i
prove their style Many of the lead !
ing tennis plncr.s in Cleveland volun-;
j leered for the work and the 1921 sea
son is expected to be the btrt lhe or-1
ganization has ever had.
Akron is not sure ol its International
league franchise ior next season, ac
cording to recent reports, The Rub-
ber City backers did not realize on j
their investment last season, and with I
the rubber Industr) retrenching pros-
pectfl for 1921 art- Dpi bright. Presi
dent Doyle of the Akron club stated
several days ago the dub would return
to the league it business became brisk,
otherwise the holding would have to
be passed up. Manager Hoblltsel has I
left the Akron learn.
Manager George Gibson, of the Pitta-1
burg Pirates, i- in the market for thrt
or four good right hand hitters. The
Pirate boss says tin lack of right han I i
hitters did more than anything else,
to keep the Pirates down in tin- race
last season, becaues nearly every club,
in Ihe league dotted out southpaw ,
pitchers on every occasion possible,
iiibson aso realises that seven other
clubs in the National would be inter-1
t-aled in landing three or four good
right hand hitters
Joe Judge, lasl season first baseman
for the Washington Americans, may
find himself in a Cleveland uniform
Mo coming season l is rumored
Judge has had several verbal clashed
with Clarke Griffith Over he salari
QUeslon, Hnd a.- I rssall may be let
out Griffith would like to land Burns
or Johnston of the Cleveland Indians
The decision of ihe Western confer
ence to number fQftall players In ail
conference game-, did not meet with
'Ik approval of the TihnoiH represengj
latlves. Coach Zuppkt baa been op
posed to numbering players because
the practice gives scouts an opportu
nity t.i diagnose players The confer
ence rule on numbering requires the
H coaches to supply the opposing team
with the numbers of players one week
before the game.
The Universitv of Pennsylvania has
adopted the following sports officially
H soccer, football, baseball, basketball
boxing, rowiug, cricket. lencing. rugby
football, golf, shooting, gymnastics,
B hockey, lacrotse. t rapshooting. swim
ming, teanlS, track ipoi B, walking and
H wrestling. In the fuiuie all students
will be obliged lo lak- part in ai least
one sport. The list is expected to make
H it exceedingly difficult for even crip
H pled students to avoid the compulsor
athletic system Dr. Taft MaeKenz. .
H lihysical director at Penn. recently de
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Interscholastic Title at Stake
I at Logan Today: Both Teams
Primed for Battle
LOOAN, iec. n. Unprecedented
' interest is shown here In the groat
I scholastic championship football con
'test b tween the Logan high school
and the E9KSI high Leopards of Salt
Lake- The game will begin at 1 o clock
i Instead of 1'. a previonsh arranged.
.' This change was mad) in Order to per
! mil the Salt 1-ake team and those who
I will accompany the tnin hero for th
game to return on the o'clock inter-
urban train. Adams field on Fifth
North ami Fourth Bast streets, will be
t ne battleground:
Coach Kapple's team will be re.l
I for the game when the whistle blows.
. imp coach savs. Although the team Is
; not tn good physlcul condition, owing
I to injuries and sickness, the regular
' lineup will start the game. Howard
I WoodSlde will perform al end, but his
condition may demand his retirement
, Wfore the game 1? over Brady and
Carlisle Hie both sufunng from colds,
but are expected to be in the game.
Captain Knowles. is not In the best of
, shs pe, liie to a sprained ankle. Marry
dark, center, has recovered from his
broken arm sufficiently to enter the
game. All others or the team are
ready for the whistle, being In tiptop
A big pep rally was held nt the
high school, after which the students,
with caps and colors of the school,
paraded the town. Some of the busi
ness men of I.o&an were speakers at
the rally held yesterday morning.
KfUCh interest i lnlng taken in the
j progress of football in the high SCbcftds
by the I o nspi'ople and Ihev i-.m t
to witness the battle of their lives
this afternoon. Scores of tickets have
bi ri sold by thi- high school people
j to Insure- a financial success.
Following is the probable lineup for j
Bast High. Logan High ,
Pa rklnson le Groythers
Gillespie it Gibbons
Ku mp lg Carlisle
Burrows e Clark
Ryan rg Brady
Williams rt l-tangh
Smith re WoodflidG
Henderson cb Sohaub '
T Meyer -Ihb Sibley
Uvingston ... rhb. . . . McMurdle
Jevvkea f b . . . Knowles
OHIO STATE STARS
INJURED IN PRACTICE
COLUMBUS, , pec llnr-. Follow
ing an hour's hard scrimmage yester
day in which Coach Jack Wilce from
the rollback position ".i tiie Keser e
team, demonstrated that he could
plug the line, fullback vVilllamson
and Halfback Henderson Of tin Ohio
State football team were laid up iu-j
day with minor injuries. These .tr& ',
not SUCh, however, it was said, t.i
prevent their participation In the Nen
Year's game against California al
I 'a sadf na, CaJ
SIX DAY RACE TO
NEW Yu R K, Dec II. The last
day of the annual six .lav bicycle race
at .Madisnn Suuare garden opened,
with twelve teams still m the run-:
nlng. Seven laps separated the fore
most anil last contenders.
At S o'clock, the 12Mh hour, Hroe
i,i .,nl oburn still led the procession!
with 2,023 mile-, eight laps.
PENN STATE MAT
MEN PLAN TOURNEY
STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Dec 11.--;
Pennsylvania state wrestlers prpbabls
will meet two middle western op- '
ponents this winter A match with
hlo State unlvcr.-dt.v already has be n
scheduled to take place at AmoA I I.,
March jo. and arrapgements an be
ing made foi a meet With Infhan.i l 1 1 1 -verslty
during the name week.
MYRE WINS IN
ALBERT LEA Minn.. Ue 11
Helmer ,1?rf. K.msii.- Clll. light
heavyweight wresteler, defeated
George Hill. Waterloo, heavyweight,
In straight falls f 62 and 2 minutes
re,pee(ivelv hen- last night. Mvr.
was the aggressor throughout the
match, winning both falls with riving
ROWLAND WILL MANAGE
COLUMBUS AMERICAN CLUB
COLUMBUS, O . Dec. 11. Clarence
RoWlahd formei managei of the Chi
cago White Sox and of ihe Milwaukee
American association team, has been
I hosen manager pi the Columbus club
I of the American association, it was
im ii an no 1 1 need today. lie was
I scout for the Detroit Americans this
year, Rowland managed the White
Sox w h-n they wen ihe world series1
from the New Fork Giants three years
Iclared special exercises were a pro
nounced benefit to cripple s, and in I he
future all would be examined with a
View to shaping an athletic program
suited to lhe particular needs of the
students physically deficient. Of the:
Men sports officials adopted, six
ot tiiHin have their own directors. In ;
some of ihe less important branches
Student director! are in charge.
TO DROP STARS
Resume of Coast League Ball
Scandal Made: Three Men
to Be Punished
IA)S ANGrELES, 'al, Dec. 1 -Scan
dal clouds flrsi appeared on the hori
zon of Pacific coast baseball league
early in 1f2u when Manager Charles
Graham of the Ran Francisco club
dropped from his team two star pitch
ers Tom Seaton and Casey Smith
vviih the explanation thai it was for
the kooiI of baseball
Before the last tremors of this shock
had died swaj President William H.
McCarthy of the league, on August
J ordered suspension Of Hail Maggert
eenterfleldcr of the Salt l.ak. club and
Baker Borton, Vernon firsi baseman,
for alleged complicity in gambling and
bribery I la 1 t'hase. former bis lea
guer, was ordered barred from all Pa
cific coast league parks lor the same
Borton answered his dismissal with
!the charges that the entire Vernon
team bad embarked in a conspiracy to
i buy the 1ftf pennant thai the players
had raised a slush fund of 2000 lo
be; used in bribing players lo iix"
games and players of several clubs
were named in tin allegations.
William (; Rumler, ball Lake out
fielder, was said by .Borton to have
received 12000 of thj -lush fund, and
b an Hale, in 191a. a p.icher for the
Salt T.ake club was described as gei
tine 7,n nf ii
An inquiry into ihe baseball situs
lion and into Burton's charges was a:
once begun. Rumler was noi at Nisi
suspended but continued playing with
the Salt l ake nam. He admitted re
'MiriK he monej from Borton bit'
said that ii was in payment of a gam
bling d'bt Rumler's statements failed
to ain credence and on August IS
he was suspended.
Officials and followers of the Bait
Lake club took up arms against sus
pension of Rumjer, which, it was con
ceded, had seriohslj rippled the
Movement for reinstatement of Iluni
ler was begun and a special meeting of
the beard of directors of the league
was c alled tor October 2u In San Fran
cisco Prospects were for a stormy
session and into the tense situation
President William 11 McCarthy of the
league projecied the assertion that he
would resign If Rumler were reinstat
ed. Suspension of Rumler was Upheld
and McCarthy commended for hie
Maggert, too. admitted receiving
money from Boron and his explana
tion was rejected as unsatisfactory by
the league officials who sat in his'
Several weeks ago the Los Angeles
count grand Jury took up charges of
crookedness." in Ihe 1919 season and
the indictments returned lodaj were
LONG BEACH BARS
ONE EVERETT STAR
EVERETT, Wash.. Dec. 11. Long
Beach has protested against the par
ticipation of Lester Sherman, captain
and fullback of the Everett bleb
school team, which is to meet Long
Peach December IT at Lone Reach, i
Cal., mi the ground that he is over
21,. The Everett management Is not
inclined to recognise ih' protest, with
the possibility that the game may be"j
cancelled. Sherman was 21 years old
Novembei 22, it is stated at the local'
BOhool. Under the rules of the Wash-:
lngton Slate association, he can con
tinue ti participate in hlb school
athletics up to February l. Loth
schools In their negotiations, it is said
here, have been following the ellgibil-1
It) iiib s of their respective state or-1
CORNELL WILL ENTERTAIN
FOR CROSS-COUNTRY MEN
NKW yORK, Dec. 11. The Cornell1
club beer todaj mnounced plans for
a farewell demonstration Mondav '
nlghi for B farewell demonstration
i&ondey night to the 'Cornell cross:
OOUntr) team Which will -sail Tuesday
to meet the fastest distance runners;
ot tixford and Cambridge on the!
course of the Thames Hare and Hound j
eiub at Rbchampton, near London, j
i lei mber 27
HI ls OOXI I RENCE
SPOKANS, Wash., Dec. 11. Dr.
A. I'. Angeli of the University of lda-t
ho was re-eli i ted president of the
Northwest Intercollegiate conference
at a meeting of representatives of
Seven member alleges and universi
i ies here. Dr. Fred Lohler of Wasli-
lllgton Sla'e colleKe ves re-ebeted,
fit IM OF LI Nt HINt.
SANTA ROSA. Cal.. Dec. 11. -Terence
Pitta was lynched Friday within
Jim yards of the grave plot where
h father was lan ieil less i han a
month ago and where th bodies of
his mother and other members of the
family also rest.
Here again! We gave you
"Piff Pafl Pouf last year.
December 13 and 14. "Three
Twins." this year's musical
delight dancing, fun and
music Orpheum Theatre. 1
BOXER S FRIEND
Agitation Against Gangsters in
Sin Francisco Brings
i SAN FRANCISCO, lec. ll. Senti
ment against gangsters accused of at
tacks on young women hen tei in
directly Friday to the resignation of j
! Prank A. Lawler, secretary of the
city playground commission. The
' resignation whs accepted.
lawler, who is interested In an ath-!
letic club, where some of the accused j
m'-n hnd appeared as boxers, offered
his resignation, to avoid causing thai
'commission of Mayor Kolph embar-'
rassment." Ho denied ih.it he hail
attempted the releasi "t Edward Kru-1
VCSky, boxer, and one of the accused
it developed that Bdmond Murphy.
j also a boxer and accused of attack!
(on girls, on.,- had applied for appoint-,
l ment to the city police force ami thai
Lawler bad certified to his good
A warning that an attempt would
he made to gain possession of the five!
men held here In connection with th
attack:, was received by the police
Charges of neglect of duty fur al- '
i leged failure to have reported the
istence of dives which harbored al
leged gangster were made to the i
chh 1 nf police ...t;iinist four patrolmen.
MORAN WINS FROM
JOE BECKETT IN
London, Dec. 11. (Frank Koran n
; Pittsburg knocked out Joe Beckett,
.English heavyweight pugilist. in the
I second round of iheir match in Albert
ball here last night
In the first round Moran led with
his left, but was caught with a right
, to the jaw .Moran then swung his
right .md clinched. H, was warned to
I I he referee.
i Beckett got in some good work In!
;the second round and again Moran
Closed in, Irving short-arm fabs which
failed to land Moran then got in a
hard smash, but Beckett quiekiv re
taliated with powerful right to the
Hccke'.t was floored with a crashing
upperent during in.. Infighting and was
counted out when ho failed to rise
Tho end of the bout came amid -
cltement. The match was for twenty rounds
AMERICAN FORK. DSC. i I
cl" iiioi nereii ui" west
high five of Salt Iake. Al to 13, on
the local floor last night. The vis
itors proved no match for the locals,
who outclassed the Panthers ar everj
stage of the game
A number of long shots by the lo
cals was the feature of Ihe game The
teamwork of the American FOrk squad
was exceptionally good and the local
fans urr- already looking forward to
a ' bampionshlp.
Shelley. Stewart and Nielson each
caged five field goals. Every Ameri
can Fork man got at least two goals.
Gegory made six of the visitors'
thirteen points. He showed much
class, but was not supported by his
PLEASANT GROVE. Dec. 11. The
local high school quint defeated the
L I) s r. five of Salt Lake here last
night by a severe of 2a to '3. The
game was well played
The game opened with a beautiful
display of teamwork by the visiting
team and befote the home ,0 9 found
themselves the Cold and Blue bad
rolled In three field baskets At tin
half, however, the Pleasant Qrove lads
were leading by a U'-to-S scon-.
To the junior class went the basket
ball championship of ih- LTnivorslty
of Utah when the seniors were defeat
ed. 21 to 16, by the class of '22 in the
final game of the class series in the
"XT' gymnasium yesterday afternoon
The freshmen lost another game, this
time to the sophomores by to Ii to
14 score, giving the sophs thud place
in the standing.
More spirit and class was shown in
yesterdav's contests than in anv of the;
games of the scries. All of the quints
struggled hard and the work espe
cially on the defensive, w.us good.
KAYSV1LLE. Deo. 11. The inter-1
class hoop series at the Davis county!
high school was completed yesterday,
the juniors winning the flag. There
being no freshmen team, the faculty
substituted for the first-year men snd
succeeded In tying for second place.
Tho first battle of the afternoon i
was played between the Juniors and
sophomores, tho juniors winning. 1'
to 8. Bybee and Bishop played well,
for the victors. Robinson was tin
star for the BeCbnd-year team.
LEHi Dec. ll. . Uncanny acourac)
In locating the Iron ring under !
guarding was the deciding t n f u In
the Lehi high schools .s-lo-19 vic
tory over the fast SpringvUle high,
team here last night The contest was
lightning fast for a curtain raiser to'
the season's schedule, ihe scholastics;
being in prime condition Tn.- first,
half ended 10 to 7 for the home team
after a nlp-and-tuck scramble. Thi
locals, however, drew away from the
visiting players tn the last half, fin - ,
ishlng with a safe margin.
BING HAM. Dec. 11. The '.sket-'
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9L49 Jjjjsw Jr JBt Biectric Rang
Biectric Psrcolator 1
Iveiyday Utility. I
aLyy Vstfb rk .jiyffn brother-
?Pm4SS Q&iTE, '" Bl.cWcrImmeIon
Jps v Desk Lamp I
EleetricTmolafon 'ills I
Say Merry Christmas
Easy monthly payrnerits. J
There s an Electrical rffl ' 4- T 'S-
Member of the Family. mjL J' I
Efficient Public Service"
I SCHOOLS MADE
SPOKANE. Wash, Dec. LL Ar
rangement of basketball, baseball,
track and football schedule.'' was the
i business before the northwest inter
! collegiate conference in session her-'
today The University ot Orecou, Ore
gon Agricultural college. University of
Montana. University of Idaho, Wash
inglon State college. Williametie uni
. verslty, and Whiteman college were
The special rule waiving the one
year residence requirement for ex
service men competing in intercollegi
ate athletics was repealed at yestei
day's BeSSlon and the scholarship
credit each semester to 24
ir L F. Angeli of the University
of Idaho, was re-elected president and
Dr Fred Bolder of Washington State
college re-elected secretary.
LAYTON WIN'S FIRST
GAME IN BIG MEET
CHICAGO, Dec. 11. -John Iayton
of St. Louis won the first game in
the Playoff of the three cornered tie
tor ib national Hirer- cushion bil-
llard championship bj defeating Clar
ence Jackson of Kansas City, 75 to
60 in ninety innings last night.
GEORGE GIPP SHOWS
SOL'TII BEND. Ind.. Dec 11
George GIpp. Notre Dame football
player, who Is dangerously ill here
with Streptococcic throat disease, yes
terday showed slight improvement, j
attending phvsieiuns announced last
TRAIN KH .l v ! l
rOATESVlLLL. IJa . Dec. 11.- &
en railroad vvorknien vvre struck by i
i frelRht train Wear hitford, ten j
mllen vast of here lat night and
killed &fosl f them were residents'
,.f .Malvern. Pa.
ball team is having a series of games'
before the league season begins To
night the local will play the Anieri-1
mi Pork team here A dance will I
fellow the game. I
WITH THE BOXERS j
h NEW FORK, Dec. 10. Tommy
Noble of England received tho
judge's decision over Bobby Michaels
I of New York In a fifteen-round bout
tonight. Each weighed 127 pounds.
; Noble took a count of nine in the
, first round, but outfought his oppo
nent n the other rounds.
' 'EDA It RAPIDS, la.. Dec 11.
' Harvey Thorpe ot Kansas Oilv easily
I outpointed "Bum" Steuhiner of Chl
' cago here last night in their regularly
'scheduled ten-round bout, according
j to newspaper critics.
IvALA.MAZ' i, .Mich.. Dei. 11.
I The maloritv or "pinion at the ring
side gave Chuck N logins of ludian
j apolls a shade over Jackie Clark of
I AlientOWn, lJa . at the end ol their
j ten-round bout tonight.
I OAKLAND, Cal, Dec. 11. There
I will be no more weekly boxing pro
grams in this city until after the po
lice department has made a full inves
tigation of Ihe professional and ama
teur status ol the participants and de
Itermined the general moral atmos
'phero surrounding them. This was the
order todav ol P. F. .Morse, commis
sioner of the public health and safety,!
BP roQiill i T I n I orrii-, I inn llinr (San I
'Francisco gangsters wore among the
men who had fought here. The order
Was the direct outgrowth of the San
Francisco outrages of the Santa Kom
shooting and lynching and of a rYe
ot ( lakland crime
.MoDESTu. Cal . I .. 11 Modi ,-iu
.today was auiong the t'alifornla Cities
With a ban against boxinu becaUSl Oi
the activities oi a" criminal gang ;
San Francisco, said by police to bo
composed largely ol pugilists and their
(associates. The last bouts were held
PLAN BIG GAME.
LOS ANGELES. Dec 11. The an-;
fivver of the University of Idaho to the
challenge ol lhe Untvenlt) of South
ern California for a football game heir
next Thanksgiving d&3 vas under con
sideratlon by Harry Bruce. Trojon
graduate manager today. Bruce said
the Trojons preferred to play that dav '
w ith an eastern or middlewesterD tl h i
and would make no definite BUSWej '
Idaho until after Januarv 1 j
GIBBONS SEEKS I
i WITH DEMPSEY D
TOLEDO. O.. Dec. 11. A fifteen m
round boxing bout to n referee's decl
Slon between Jack Dempsey, world's
champion heavyweight, and Tommy
jQibbons, of st Paul, Is planned by ai m
Thayer, according to a statement m
Thayer made today.
' Thayer, the man who assisted Tex mm
IRickard in Jirlnging the Wlllard-
Dempsey match to Toledo a year ago bibbI
last July, aaid h had signed 'Gibbons
and v.a- w.fitin to h.-.n
from Jack Kearns. manager of Damp- LH
it is proposed to stage the bout bibbbbI
shortly after the first of the year MMm
Thayer said. -f-fn
HOOSIER LAD, VICTIM OF
BOUT, IS BURIED TODAY
ECKHART, Ind.. Dec. 1 L Ray. mmW
mond McMillan, known to fistic r. 9BI
lowers as 'Mickey" Shannon, and who
died as a result of injuries received in bbbbW
a boxing bout at Jersey City .Moudav bbbbbbI
night, will be burled beer todav after MMM
churcn- - m
JUDGE LANDIS TO
CLEVELAND, n, Dec. 11. Judge
, K. M Landls, h. ,,1 of the neW baseball Lbbbbbb!
cominis-i".. will officiate next 8um.
mer ol the raising of the first world's LH
by a Cleve-
land team, accordinng to President LbbbbbbI
Sanford of the Cleveland Kot.uv club. BiLi
FAMOUS GRID STAR
ANSWERS LAST CALL
LA PAYETTE. Ind.. Dec. ll.-Kob- L
..red 4L famous Purdue mMM
athlete and captain of the football bbbbbbbI
bis home i Canyon Citv, 'olo' LbbH
Coming, -Three Twins," bv
American Legion Upera Co.
40 dancing girls better than
"Piff Paff Pouf."
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS Tom Told Em a Few Things. BY ALLMAN T I
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