THE WASHINGTON TBIES. TUESDAY, NOVE1MBER 23; 1915.
Navy's Eleven To Be Without Experienced Player In Game With Army Saturday
' GREEN TEAM WILL
PLAY FOR NAVY IN
Not a 1914 Regular Will Be
Found in Line-Up This
Season At Polo Grounds.
GRADUATION .TOOK BUNCH
Injuries and Failures to Make
Good Have Cut Into Middies'
Chances For Win.
Army is a stronjt favorite over
Navy for the annual service
game nt New York. However,
von' few waRcrs have been
made outside of sorvico circles,
and the Navy adherents ask
such largo odds that betting
, has been at a low ebb.
ANNAPOMS, Nov. 23 -The Nnal
Academy will opoe Its soldier rlali
at tho New York Polo Grounds on Sat
urday with the least experienced team
In Its modern athletic history. It will
oposa tho Military Academy cloven with
a team of which but two, possibly
three, received their lotter last year,
and not one or whom was picked as
flnt choice to begin tho final game last
yer. Such a condition Is most unusual
among the teams of the country. In
fkvet, hardly an Instance could be cited
irtiero a team has been so shattered In
W the twenty-four players who re
oetrad tha "N" for creditable work dur
taff the season, thirteen were lost by
graduation, but even then this year's
ssjaad still has seven of the eleven men
who started against West Point In 1914
Injuries or total failures to make good
have changed tho team so that the
eleven of 1915 contains only the small
representation from last year's squad
Ward, who ws a substltuto tackle
last jcar, and won his letter, will bo
In the llnc-up at tho beginning of the
tcame on Saturday, and Crals, a sub
stitute halfback last seuson, will be at
quarter. Hlodgett, who was a regular
halfback last season, may begin the
game at left end on Saturday, but this
Is not certain ,
Tho lesscs by Injuries since the be
ginning of the present season have been I
most serious They Include Miles, tho
captain and quurterback . It. H. Jones
and Mills, the moat expoilcnccd gu-jrds
at tho Academj , Kenmds, a big fellow,
who did some excellent work at tackle
lost J car, and T. V. Harrison, last,
year's right end. Other plaera who I
were beginning to be valuable have
gone by tho same road In the cases I
of Falling and Illodgctt, the big fellows '
who were tho regular halfbacks last ,
year, an early decision was reached that
they were not tho mm for this ears
buckfleld. Falling has not plaed fif
teen minutes on tho Ilnft team during
matches this jear. while lllodgett has.
been a candidate, ror cnu, unu i.
about an een chance with Von Helm
berg, a fourth classman, to begin tho
game. . .
The team as a whole Is greatly Jack-
ln I. nvnarlnnf. If firrllpr. fine Of tllO
guards , Johnson, who will probably .
utart at right end , Craig, quarterback, I
and Westphal. loft halfback, were mem- ,
bers of tho squad last eur, but only
Craig won sufficient recognition to be
n some games, and was an In and-out
pla)er, as he has been this season.
Westphal did promising .vork In a por
tion of the oarly games Inst season, but
broke his leg In the third game played,
and was not able to play any more dur
ing the season.
Thero arc four members of the now
fourth class who arc booked to start
the game These are Martin' full
back; Von Hclmberg, left end. Smith
guard, and Oilman, right tackle Martin,
though the best man on tho squad, has
played only on high school teams be
fore coming to tho Academy, and Vnn
Helmborg's experience has been simi
lar The two linemen, however, hac play
ed a good deal of football Oilman hns
been a member of tho squad at both
rVtl.atn mill Pftmoll thmicll mit muK
Ing the team nt either place, an.n
Smith lias nnl rour years eiiwrii-uce
on a preparatory ahool team, and ono
on r Western college which Is not well
known In athletics
The lack of experience of nearly nil
of the Navy players Is tho strongest
reason for doubt as to Its ability to
play & strong saino against the Army
team next Snturdn. Indlvlduatly.
there Is much plnjtng ability on the
Naval cndimv s'iind but It l un
likely that a ttam which has playod so
loosely during the se uon can get to
gether In tho few days that remain
before the llnal contest
Cochran Has Chance to
Gafn Fame By Winning
NEW YORK. Nuv. S3 -A thousand
dollars In cash and unlimited fame will
go to Welker Cocnran, tho Iowa young
ster. If he can def.-at M 1 11 lt Hoppe to
night In the llnal match of the chnm
plonshlp IS 2 hnndlcin tnurnttnrnt
Cochran will hne n hnndlcap of 510
Cochran defeated Yamatl i by one point
and Hoppo won ocr Sutton In the
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Path of Alley Owner Not
Entirely One of Flowers
Gusdorf Finds Class of
Bowlers Embraces a
Wide Range of Hu
manity of Vary
ments. By KinK C. MILLHR.
Otixtorf Oandll. and Gnlll Is very
closed corporation more Intimately
known to the bowling colony ns The
Threo 111 Os and not the least of thesa
Is Alex II Gusdorf, who has siinlvrd
the trio to tho extent of being the edl-tor-ln-rhlef,
mnnaclnir directory head
compositor and foreman-of-tho-prcss-room
of the Arcade bowling alleys.
Tlifc titles mean nothing In conducting
a duckpln arena, but they are the only
standards of superiority that our nows
DuDcr education has embraced, and
you'll lust hao to figure out for your
self tho multlplo duties entailed In Mr
Uusdorf's daJIv life.
.Successfully presiding over fourteen
bow llngallej s w here miscellaneous men,
women, nnd children war a well 'de
fined path from noon until midnight Is
not our conception of nothing to do un
til tomonow, despite tho Inferences of
that eminent cartoonist. Thomas A.
Dorgan; for catering to peoplo who
know how to bowl, and those who think
they can bowl represents the two ex
trcincs of tho many trying conditions
which confront the proprietor of any
Alev figures that about 10 per cent
of tho bow lei a are able to roll theli
games without special preparation In
the way of fresh chalk a newly
painted foul line, brand now pins,
nowly turned balls, a darky-pin-boy
iT'tH "VJlK"1 holr and born In the
iignt uf the moon, to say nothing- of
numerous other requirements which
they Imarlne will help their games ero"
tho tenth box Is reached. Ninety pons
cent of his custom, says Alex, repre
sents that exacting element, while the
others morel wish to bo allowed to
bowl with balls that am round, an alloy
which Is at least leel. and ten llttlo
pins with perfectly flat bottoms, so they
will stand irect.
Alex opined to us the other afternoon
that he had noticed tho uncomplaining
ones arc Invariably those whose names
occupy the streamer lines in tho dallies,
wMIe the "cores of tho "squealers
neer een so much as get In agnte
type. But he takes them as they come,
does this monarch of the Arcade, nnd
If a customer wishes a grapefruit to
bowl with he Is Just as likely to got It
ns If he should ask for a Carter's little
Wo said that Alex has survived the
Three Big O's In assuming eharre of
tho Arcade and the explanation should
not be taken lightly. In the genlula of
things nt Kourtesntn street and 1'irK
road "Chic" Oandll had his namo
brandished ell over upper Mt Pleni
nnt. Alex was merelv a silent partner,
his dnvs being occupied with b'lT of
Irlal haberdasher to the Washington
ball club nnd a few select friend, while
Onlll really conducted the alios
Thev let null) have free range because
he can make more noise than the rumh
ling of the ntns nnd balls, and the other
proprietors combined Tn tho evolution
of things, however. Oandll had to go
swav to rlsv baseball and then Alex
was given his first lessons In being
hos For a while It was hard to tell
whether Onlll was letting Alex stick
around while he learned the builness or
until he found some one he could leave
In ehsrge nf the allevs At least that 'i
tho Impression one received from wateh
Ing onlll cavort from allev to alley nnd
from halconv to mexianlne. Oulll looked
like the whole works and he sounded
Our Imnresslnn has been corrected by
now. though, and we know that Alex li
snnrnme. Wo know that It Is his brain
that conceived tho Idea of partitioning
off a separate place for the ladles to
bowl, and that he holds the most ex
clusive class of feminine oln artists who
bowl In Washington And speaking of
original Ideas. Alex Is now xvorklng on
a plan whereby he will Induce his cllen
te'e to bowl twentv-four houri a day.
During the twelve hours his emporium
for health and recreation is onen, he
cannot uoeslblv accommodate the bid
der" for allevs The only place that
rould would be Potomac Park or
rteorgetown Field so he has asked the
fllsannnlnted-ones to call any time after
13 midnight until 12 noon.
Hilltop Juniors Win.
Dupont A. C fell before the Ooonra
town Junior Prep eleven by 14 to li
Had Jones kicked goal on Ducont's last
field goal, tho game would have been
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Monday night was not particularly
productive of high team or Individual
duckpln scores, but throe games really
getting Into the charmed territory.
Haffle. of the Lebanon team n tho Ma
sonic League, got the best Hnglo game
for tho night when ho rolled 133 in his
third came against Lafayette.
Not to be snubbed nt Is the strln- of
128 accomplished by McCormlck. Anchor
man for the Navy club. In the Depart
mental circuit llesldes that attractive
score In his third game, he registered
123 In his opening round. Kclger also
had a good gome In his opener, getting
Weeks, rolling with the Whites in the
Westminster loop, also spilled the ducks
for one gams of 123, and thereby put
himself up among the leaders. Itobb, of
St. John's Lodge, and Lemmon, of
Washington Centennial, wero other 123
Pioneers caught Itoyals off their stride
and pocketed all three games of their
tenpln set, having a handicap of 9
GnrrcttTlad tho best Individual string,
getting 171. 223. and 1112.
Two roll-offs were necessary to decide
tho superiority between Dlues and Hrds.
Blues won the opener outright and lost
the last two in the roll-offs. the scores
having been 412 and 429.
Church league night was celebrated
at the National Capital Ilowllng Acad
emy. St. Marks trimmed Sixth In three
straight games. Fifth did the same to
Kendall, while Ilcthony could get but
one from Oorsuch,
Petworth Cubs On Top.
The Petworth Cubs defeated the Co
lumbia A C. yesterday. 14 to 0. The
game was well featured by long runs
around the ends by the Petworth backs.
The playing of Martin at fullback nnd
of Millard at quarterback was good.
The first touchdown came when Jones
mada an end run and the second when
Junghaus caught a forward pass be
hind the goal ICnox played a flno game
at loft half, while Sprlngmann was tha
star on the defense
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Woodward Is Nominated
To Head U. S. Golfers
NEW YORK. Nov. 23 Prank L.
Woodward, of Denver, has been nomi
nated for president nf the United Golf
Association In the ticket of officials for
I'll nnnounced jesterday by Howard V.
Whitney, tho secretary. In other words,
the office of chief executive remains In
a territory never before represented In
the presidency until last vcar.
Only one change la saade. Percy R.
Pvne. 2d. of Princeton, declined renoml
natlon as treasurer, and In his stead
Frederick S. Wheeler, of Apawamls. 1
named He served three terms aa
president of the Metropolitan Oolf As
sociation A new nominating committee will
servo for 1916. It is headed by Milton
j-'urKnii. oi Auama, ine oiner members
being William E. Stauffer, New Or
leans; Albert It Tlsh. National Links;
George II. Walker. St. Louis, and Henry
H. Wilder, of Boston. The ticket fol
lows: President, Frank L. Woodward.
Dtnvcr Country Club, first vice presi
dent. Howard W. Pcrrln. Merlon Cricket
Club; second vice pesldent, John IUld.
Jr. St. Andrew's Golf ClJb, secretary,
Howard F. Whitney,- Nassau Country
Club, treasurer, Frederick S Wheeler.
Apuwamla Club, executive committee,
the officers and M. Low la Crosby, Brae
Burn Country Club, Walter 11 Smith,
Unucntaia Club. Dr. Walter S liar ban,
Columbia Country Club, and John .
bweeuey. Country Club of Detroit.
Basketball Teams to
Play Game Tonight
The Roland Club basketball team
meets the Kendall School quint In tha
Kendall Green gym tonight.
The General Office ream of 'he R. R.
Y. M. C. A. will go to the Rosedale gym
and hook up with tho clubmen on
Wednesday. Both gumes should bo fast
and hotly contested, us tho team are
about evenly matched in both cases.
There are still a few open dates on the
Roland schedule Manager bn'hschmld
Is anxious to fill these, nnd would ilka
to hear from any teams at an early date.
Address Manager Bachschmld, 107 Fifth
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.TOft. SM V BFrtlffilx.
Georgetown Colonel Sand vs. Washington-Virginia
A. C. vs. Knlck.
' Bankers American Security vs. W. L,
and Tr. Co.
Reclamation Files vs. Wreckers.
Intcrburcau Animal Industry v. For
Arcade Gandlls vs. Xnglesldes.
District Carlsons vs. Itoyals.
AVashlngton Tonpln Acme vs. Iro
quois. National Capital-Casino vs. Palac.
Commercial Hocht vs. General Mak
ing. Phi Ju Rtgma Epsllon vs. Zeta.
Pcpco Meter vs. Arc
Mt. pleasant ITlncctona vs. Cllftons.
Departmental Land vs. Commsfca.
llallroad Y. M. C. A. Low Level vs.
Coach Yard. "
Masonlc George C. Whiting vs. East
Gate: King Solomon vs. Acacia.
Capital City Iluckey Special v.
K. of C Boosters vs. Indians
MT, PLEASANT TEAM
TO PLAY MKENDREE
Enthusiasm Attends Opening
Games of Church League
Enthusiasm attending the opening
games of tho Church League basket
ball teams at the Y. M. C. A. gymna
sium Indicate that tho circuit wul havo
a wide following this season. Two
games wero on the opening program,
Epiphany defeating Keller by 27 to II,
and Eastern Presbyterians winning
from Peck Church by 17 to 16,
team, making 14 points, while Blxler
4w Mivu WO. I.
Peck made desperate efforts to score
a goal during the last minutes, having
the ball at their end of the hall most
of the time, but failed to make the
needed basket. A foul against them
Just as the whistle blew and a free toss
by Bttnner ended the game, with East
ern J to the good. A. Tosh played best
for Eastern, and Scott scorod most
The next game of the league will be
played at the boys' department, Y. M.
C. A., tomorrow night, when the Mt,
Pleasant team will play MoKcndree.
Games (tart at 7.30 p. m. '
Miss Atkinson Wins
With Ezra Gould
The finals In mixed doubles In the
fall tournament at the Washington
Country Club was won by Miss At
kinson and Ezra Gould yesterday.
Miss Dumln and Boyd Taylor wero
the losers They played a strong game,
particularly Miss Durnln, which Is evi
denced by tbe score, ft 4, 8 .
The winners received a handsome sli
For Chicago Cubs Naw
CinOAOO. Nov. a Bhort-torm con
tract will hereafter be offorcd playera
of the Chicago National League club.
It was announced todav. It was said
that officers of the club had become
convlnrcd that the long: agreements,
extending over several seasons, boo
the shirkers amons; the players too
much of an opportunity o make ex
cuses for absence from games Phil
Douglas a pitcher obtained from
Ilrooklyn a feu months ago. slmud a
one-year contract today, beinf the first
of the Cuba not already under contract
to bind himself for 181.
KUbane Beats Hommey.
TOLEDO, Ohio, Nov. 2S.-Johnny Kll
bs.no. featherwelsbt title holder, easily
defeated Pacltey Hommey Isst nlnht
here In ten rounds. Hommey tipped the
beam at 130 pounds, wtth Kllbane at
121 Neither tried very hard to mako
the bout Interesting;.
We "Took Too
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of the finest lot we ever
saw of At woolens, worth
$25 and 530 a suit. This
of superb fabrics : Pencil and
Banjo btnpts, uverpiaids,
Glen Urquhart and Club
Checks, Grays and Silk Mix
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$25 and $30
Suits and Overcoats
Our trenulno custom tailoring
that must satisfy you or you
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Open Saturday Evening
Five Events, Including 25-Mile
Run, Will Be Staged on
Track Thanksgiving Day.
Motorcycle races Thsnksirlvlnf; Day at
Laurel race track at 2 15 sharp.
The National Motorcycle Club, with
the support of the. dealers' association.
of Washington and Baltimore, will hold
one of the most elaborate race meets
ever held In this part of the country.
There will be six races In all, consist
ing or a nve-mlle race ror singles, open
Ten-mile stock raco for turns.
Tcn-mtto match race.
Tcn-mllo, open to all racing machines
Twenty-flve-mllo Intercity champion
ship. The beat talent of Baltimore and
Washington haw entered In theso nu-oS
and fast tlmo la epeoted. One of the
feature events of tho raco. meet will be
tho ten -mile match race botweno Krod
dy Tlemeyer. of Ilaltlmoro, on a Pope
motor, and Billy Dunham, of Bradbury
Heights, Md . on an Kmblem, for a
purse of BOO Tho much-talked of
match raco between Tommy Dedgo and
Victor Dessey Is almost certain to ooma
off at this race meet, too, as It nil re
mains with Dedgo to decide, as Dcssoy
has been waiting for three weeks for
First race Soiling; for to-ycar-olds;
five and a half furlong. Broomstraur,
113; Disturber, li. Marigold. IK, San
del, 106; ilayme V.. 100. Salvanlty. Ill;
Blue Hock. 103; Havana. IOC. Welga.
1W, Trlbolo. 110, Wayfarer, 1W; Impor
tant, 106. 'Margery. 102.
Hecond race Selling; for three-year-olds
and up; ' The Bowie Course,"
seven furlongs (out of the chutol IJt
tle England, 115, Martre, 110, Huda's
Brother, 110. Intone, 109, Mr. Mack,
10S, Minstrel. 106, Miss Barnharbor.
106; Sir Blalre. 113; Surpaislng, 110;
Hedse Hose, no; "Ciri. lot, -iiyia, ios;
Benlmoro, 108; 'King Caucus, 101, Hu
miliation 110, Blchard Langdon, 110,
Bllllo Hlbbe. 110, Cliff Edge. 108; 3L
Lazerlan, IOC; Muzantl. 10).
Third raw Selling: for three-year-olds
and upward; tho Bottle course; seven
furlongs (out of the chute). Royal
Meteor. 116; High Tide. HI; Abbotsford.
110- Fellna. 110. Best Bib and Tucker,
108; Tactless, 105; lAdy London, 105;
Alliena. Ill; Miss Catanaugh, 110, Bel
fast. HO; Cllffhaven. 109: Babr Colo, 104;
Narnoc J. V. Jr. 106; 'Anxiety. 104;
Wodan. Ill; Northllght. 110. Maxim's
Choice. 110: Btarblrd. 106; 'Soldier. 105;
Andrew Oday. 105
I'ourth race The Capitol Handicap:
for all ages, six furlongs Ilackbav.
Ill; Robert Bradley. 107; Carbide. 103;
Gloaming 95; True aa Steel. 103; Ke
wessn. 107: Startling 100: Bandmarsh.
107. Hester Prynno. 108: Murphy.
Fifth race Selling: for three-vear-olds
and upward: one mile and a slx-
l..nth. Yrllnw Kvm 108. Hiker. 1031
lLaird O'Klrkcaldy. 103: Lights Out is.
Canto 100; Danish Girl. 103: 'Mies
Waters 95: Mamie IC. 93: Tom Han-
1 cock. 103. "Coro Nome. 103: Aldonus,
98, 'Cotton Top. M.
Sixth race Selling; for three- ear
olds and up. one mile and sixteenth
1 Cogs. Ill: Beaumont Bolle. 108, Henry
ir..(ni.i.An irrt rifiHiiAl. im. rinalce.
90. Cockepur. Ill: Banjo Jim, loS. "Colo,
nel Cook. 106: Castara, 103 Autumn,
10C- SDrlngmass. 108: 'Colonel Ashmeade,
106- 'Margaret Melsc, 103
Seventh race Selling: for' three-year-olds
and un one mile and seenty
yards. Armament. 115: Afterglow, 107;
ScorpIL, 1M- Starblrd. 101: 'Lady Spir
Ituelle, 9l: Ella Bryeon, 109; Klnmundy,
107: 'IVjlly II. 1W: 'Harr lyiuder. 99;
Armor. 109: Pharaoh, 108: Cllffhaven,
101; 'Nhradoo. 99
Apprentice allowance claimed
Weather clear, track fast.
Tha first race on Thursday, Novem
ber 2f. will commence at 1 30 P. Tn.
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Last Night's Best
Holfe Lebanon ....133
Preller Capital City... 129
McCormlck Navy 128
Weeks Whites 123
Robb St. Johns....- 123
McKrelcher Westminster . ..123
A Noak National Capital.. 122
Kclger, Departmental .. 122
Lansdalo Southern Ry 121
Campbell Auditors 121
Gerardl Carriers .... 121
Elmer District 119
Niw National ?,?,:?
MMlneM Wednesday, Thursday AndJfetordmr.
Belwyn A Company Present "'
Clsaa and Wholesome Holiday Lauth Fattlval.
Br Ralfabury Flitd and Margaret Mas
Prices' Mints. Wc n.W. II M. DM.
Alt Matinees, Mo, Tte, II 01.
NEXT whekT SEATH TnrRflDAT.
CHARLES FROIIMA1V I'reMBta
Mon . Tum. A W.d Nlshts Casrlark HaImm
and Batunlav Matinee. aBaWW limQ
Thursday FrMy and fat- Csfrst Orvir
urday Nlsbta JtUtl X111X
First Concert of the
LEOPOLD 1TOKOWKH1, Condnctar.
Tlrfceta, $2.60, S3, IM, 1,
T. AliTimil SMITH. 1806 a St.
On Snlr nt
Droop's, 13th O.I World-renonedTnor
Now on sale at
13th nod O.
Dramatic Sopraao from
ttbe Mrtropolltaa Graad
MAT. WED, THUH., SAT.
A Dellrht to tha Thetfror of Anr Asa.
A Hl Nofltjr in a nadlant Human
THE QIRL WHO SMILES
NEXT WEEK lEATS NOW
With B" " "
Thoradar. Dec. 3d, 4 P. M.
Operetta in Miniature
Greta Torpadle and ICtnal Llndea
lliwnt of Chrlat Child 8oclM
Htata on al T Arthur Smith's, 130 O nw
MATS 2Sc. CVI.S., 23c, 50e, 75.
l'oll's Popular IMarers I'reaent
A MESSAGE FROM MARS
W ith A. II. Tan Buren.
fcOUVEMIt MATINEE TODAY
Continuous lOtRO A. M. to 11 P. M.
Monday. Tueadav. Wedneaday.
In a I'lcturliAtlon ut tha Noel und I'lay.
Thursdar. Friday. Saturday. 8undav.
EU.NA OOODRICH. In Armstrongs Wlfs
Morntnjr and Afternoon 10c. ltc.
r.isnt. loo lie, -x.
NOT A MOTION PIOTUKB
Matlnrea Tuaa , Thurs . & Bat . Uo tk JSo,
Mirhu, Zie. 3.V1 MX-. -,ic
Next Week ''Have Yon Heen Stellaf
"a11 " 3aa,. J0 111
Mot's 2.1c. Uie'a 21c to al.OS
THIil GOltllEOIJS grEfTACLB
MILLION UOl.LAn lc.AI.l, e
limine Lea and SO Lovely Model. 0Tn
8ccnrB of Sartorial Splendor. Other Sttl
lar Yaturs. Kumberlnc Nina.
3 Shows ThnnkafflvltiK Day
at 15. 3. & R 15 Buy Ecats Today. Oihar
Va.w Two Usual 1'erformancva.
JAMliS K. COOPFH'S
Next Week "20th CUNTTJHY MATDS"
"All the World on Skates"
DAILY FROM 10:30 a.m. to 12
2:30 p.m. to
s p. ra.
7:30 p.m. to
Oi30 p. m.
AlinillCA" LillRllST AD PINCtT
Udwnrd S. milling, ManaaTgy
mWUCWTIflW UAII Bth and
wiMuiiiuii iinuu L KHBITI
LTEUTAINMi:.T AND BALI,
Under Auspices of tho
Catholic Knights of America
For the llrneflt of
St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum
TIlANKSOlVlNa NIQIIT. NOV. .
Ilaslo by iraralnser'a Orobaatra.
K. aT aaPBM af H M I M
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