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4 THE SALT L LAKE CI E HERALD S1 S11A1y XDAY MAY 21 L 1905 190 SECTION THREE
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I H f R I How He Lost ost the Game By y Hitting 1
orne un Silas SteLtins Stop Ball Too Hard HardBY I IHaggerty
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Haggerty I IBY BY GEORGE WILLIAM DALEY
l OUVB often heard hard luck stories sto stortes 8tOrles
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i rtes about ball players who lost lostgHntes 10 t tSllftlq
i gHntes 1Ieca because they tlte couldnt nt hit hita hita
a ball hard enough en Thats common commonButdid commonButdid commonButdid
Butdid yyti y ever bear e on one that losta lost losta Iosll Iosllsa or or11
a gam sa gaate 1tecau because e he h hit it too hard hard4Il80ii4fwtll hand71I1Mta
4Il80ii4fwtll 71I1Mta 11 SO bacfcte UM th begin beglnnin beginxia i iJiino
nin whieh was w one year when hen we were wereptace wereMttI werelbtUAlrv
MttI lbtUAlrv wftJt t1te tli CJov1e for ant antPlace gritpbtce
Place In th the Corndroppers league and andthe Andtile andthe
the fight was setting tin very hot Sambii1C1ii Sam SamMeiTttt SamTkt
MeiTttt Tkt rend to Us out of an eastern easternimper ea easternpaper tern ternpp
paper pp r the other day of of a pitcher named namedRed namedRed namedRed
Red Antes A awn out in New Ne Yorfc who had hadinvented hadinvted hadinvested
invented what wh lNft > Ft fc Me called a stop p ball balland banand hailI
I and the Corodroppers kague Jeay pitchers pitchersbegan pitchenito
began be n to thro throe r their arms out tryln to topitch topltck topitch
pitch it itIt ItIt It ItIt
It aint no curve nor no shoot nornnthin nor norwithin J1ItJdD
within tJdD like nuthin was 5 ev ever r tovcntad tovcntadsaid IavEnt IavEntaid hiyEntdRaid
said 9ast San Sa Its It jest pitched right rightthex up upfrEsn p pfrom
from the thex box as a big as a couple o bal balloons bIlIloons italloona ¬
loons and the batter sees the Juice JuiceHHtin juiceOUIdn Juiceouain
HHtin out Ul of it and goes 04tS up on one lee Jesand leeand e ealHI
and swings like the halt 11 was war a gain oin oft oftthe 0 0tbe ofrthe < <
the durn man and right here the t hp stop
bull gits t1 in its it work Just when the thebatter thebatter thebatter I
batter has pictures p tur in his mind of bat j
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terin term OOh the left t field fence the ball ballhangs ban1uut ballhanga
1uut hangs in the air for e second the bat batwhtotteis bat1IIt1els batwhlaties
whtotteis 1IIt1els by and thenthe t then n the ball baUon stpe apecda apecdaon i ion
on Its way a into the kefhers padded paddedIMtln paddtdI
IMtln i ago I Tlwtsi the way th the stop 1ml 1mlacts lnthat l + tdl tdlthat
acts that New York paper says and andit KJ1dit andcompihneat4
it compliments < the the inventor in a hull hnlllot hulllot hullJet
lot of bangup langwMge langwMgeThen langidgeTIMn langw klge klgerisen
Then THottKto emte Van Ren viar o our ourbMt ourbMtPitcher best bestpitcher
pitcher who owns up to haven a little littleort JUlieOft littleoff
ort McGinntty XeGlnl1U Tie tried tri l to rit rit It the stop
half but after he had tote the hide hideoflTn hkteotn hideAnt
° oflTn Ant a dozen n new w balls puttin J fancy
dutches dqtC onto themhe tltfom he jrav gave Y4t itup it up
Nuthin in it fur me says he It Itmay ItJRiay Itinay
may be pit piqlb1e j wrtble but 1t aint probable probableLamp probableLamp probableLimp
Lamp Hymes Hy who fc IS < s6 good JO d on oncurves oncurveas oneurvea
curves he couldnt pitch a 1 < < straight st ht balli ball ballif bRIIif
if i his life depended det emltd < d on it i tried to get l
the stop ball but chucked it up
I put Chesbr0 next n Mxtt1te xtthespit the sptt ball ballsays bAllsays ballsays
says he but dwiuf I can eanKet get this thitoJTit
This Tit here Mr Ames A has certnly oprtnl got t it itan it8ft itj
j an n w gOOd pitchers pltc rs thin U thqev thqevDan UIQe UIQeI thuevDen
Dan I > tIn Delaney Dela y tried t l it an Qisfocnted c t
i his hi wrist lie said nobody could pitch
it without he stood on o t W hw head So
tM tM4J1e r the t e thins thin < < lay
And it fe right ri ht here herett hat SH Sile a Steb St t
bIn of the Clovenlales Clove comes into this U tc
tale H He want aut no pitcher plt < her at all but buta buta
a ornery punk right ht fielder He had
heard < < the talk o the stop top ball but it
didnt convey nuthiu to his mind till tillone tillfte tillens
one fte day wh when Jttm n there wasnt any same sameon gameon me me4tD
on account o soggy SO grounds he was AS In Ina Ina hia
a pool an billiard room an he seen a
f feller Ilrr let make ma e one o them stop shots on ona onJIOOI ona
a pool table tableone one where here the cue ball ballcntcfcs ballaCka ballcracks
cracks < aCka another out o the bunch and
loses all Ks force an lays lay there t t spinnin
in nice position p ft10n for the th next shot
The minute Right Fielder Stebbins Stebbinss StebbinsMeR
s MeR en that shothe shot he uttered utte a whoop an
rushed out into the air to cool his
threfeMn thr tft temples for the greatness ntne s of
lh the discovery dt eovtry he h wi wioverpowered was about w matte
overpowered oTer owet d hhn himGeorge hhnG hhnGenre
George G e Washington croemn cro n the tltepfaWIUo
Delaware pfaWIUo says sa he you are a dead cI cInne
one Solomon in all his glory Ior get down
there Danl Webster take a back
sent Tve got you all beat One weeks
practice an Ill be flying flyln < < to the east ea t
to bust open the ranks o the National National4H
4H American lea learues = oea an make Mc Mcraw
Iraw raw and Qrifflth and Fred Clarke
covet vet on their knees to me merT me71ten
71ten rT eii he went an got t a bailtt ball < < base ¬
ball I mean m meanand anand and got a kid to Held
the throws t n ws back llCk to him an one to bat
an they went out to the ball grounds
He R planted piant himself about sixty f feet et
from tjte tie backstop
Now says he to himself hl tf the
question ctue iola J is < h hew w to make that ball n
stop iJP jest like lik It does on a pool J OtIII table
Say tills twelveshillin ball is the cue
b ban N an the bat t Is the object ball an1 an1my an
my good right arm is the cue Ive got
tit put a twiwding twbmliD < < twist onto it so when heft
it hits the bat it wont ont move
Se S then he Ie up an throwed the ball
hwt his judgment nt was as poor OM an the ball
wait n under the grandstand And
then he throwed another and near
made a plctare t tIct k t r > f frall frame w 0 the < i iIr kid with I <
the Ir bat And then he P ponde pondered nder I some
iiKwe and linafly nally he fleered that he
had nctto to draw the t ball a bit to over overom overante overom0
om ante the natural tural tone o his throw thlO
when 1 it hit the bat Thats That what he
ulcl aWafterward afterward He had it all down in inWaft lahe Inbe
Waft be put the draw onto his next
threw t row and stolevl one down to th Ute
kid wK with the bat an he reached reached his
hat L out an tapped ta it i and lo an be
1 hold the ball didnt go J sailin out to
left field field nor to shortstop ahortstu hort tctJ nor no ¬
where It jim j bunK there in the air I
stegiin m round like a bus bu saw 118 and nd the
k W Jc d with the
W big mitt
reaches teaclt
out an and andidckti t n < i ilOclw 1Jcb
lOclw it out o the air like a girl rI pikin pikinsooesberries pIkinOCJoe8berries piakinoeesberries
sooesberries an throws it to Stcbbins j
ate Silos s eyes yes were w so II darn bagged out lu luavion h heopidnt I
eopidnt < avion t even holler Eureka
whit whii < I IisproiMft h
isproiMft jji props to say y when ben you make I ne nerovwy nFiDseoveiy I IThat
iDseoveiy rovwy That was what t Kegs Hpg Ieggisung if iffHnir i iI +
sung I out t when he discovered th the themedicine i ire
re medicine dictee ball banWell ballWell ballWell
Well Sebbins sabbintb Sebbinsthrew threw that ball all aRiv aRivand < i ili < ian
and an tiMn a hull lot o times t an aril it itworked itwortted itworked
worked every time He let Tim Mt c I I
0 Omnls the 9Joverda lover lorerdate dale manager it itand i iaQd i itnd
and the next day we e were ere fariir fa < lI sii I
Stabbing teb1 D who had ben a right t flplItf fleli flplItfand r j j
and h N was pitchin the tb
stop ball 1m II to t n nand 11and uand <
and we were ere not what hat youd youdmurdtring i inmr
nmr Jft1IICtering ring It Hardly Hardl Hardle I ITe
We Te e bad never nev seen en the thing work workJ i i J I i iand
and before the game was as two innins inninsoW inrl in ls lsold
old we e never De r wanted to see it agun agunand tgtiland N Nand
and was wishin wish In Stebbins d drown in i itI
1W tI water W ter bucket ket or break his arm il 1m
Wed nit up to the plate an anO git s i iand t ta rand
and a awing wth vkioua vkio vk ious on nice straight straighttnes sttai ht t tuna i ine
una ne over the plate and the inimt
the ball hit the bat Itd give a urti i iJump
Jump j an hang ha there In n the air at n tit 11
ketrherd reach out Ut a freckle n lwart 1 j jwarty IartT
warty wart artT right ht Brut rat and pull
the b hII > il i ian ii iian i
an throw us out a as we was ail spettti tI l
for first We lost the game lev n nTUKfctn R Rnutbin
TUKfctn St Stebbins teWns didnt strike n nbr < > tx > ly lynot lt ltnvt j
not but t miaiody n < Hiy didnt git a hit s Sf > w > it it itall aaM I Ian
an amounted to the t same thing thln They TheyCarried Thf fl v vuarrled I
Carried ntrrtedhim him out o the grounds on ilvir ilvirshouldeYH th ir irshnuldltnt
shouldeYH that night and namr named him I
Stop Ball flteboms cause fuse hed l blt bltthe b > r rWhat ithe I
the chaa plutn plutnWhat
theTbat
What Tbat made the game me so n important importantwag
wag wa the fact fatlthat that it was the deciding decidingseries decidingseeks t > tidillg tidillgfries
series fries of i an exciting extfn season eoa Ofl Tip Tivfloverdales Th Tipliorerdalea I
floverdales needed to take fourstraight four fourstraight fourtraJbt
straight to beat us while hile If we wvmjust won wonlust WI1fWJl
lust one game the pennant was a8 sai saifor safe safefor >
for rot another year yearPindi yearPinch ear earPinelt
Pinch Hobos Hob was w furious Jjomir th thxam thgarn lbgame <
game was iall bad enough h but 10 have e our ourremttatkma ourru ourreuuttk
reuuttk remttatkma ru U as scientific ball players playersh playersmktt playersahtltteeed
ahtltteeed h mktt tt v d 1 by r a right t eid M r gur with withonly wit witonl7 withonly
only one throw taro was fearful fearfulPHrck feartulPlAck fearfulPinch
Pinch tooofd tiIJr ed about in bed all thatntgitt that thatntgfU thatntrt
ntgfU ntrt an J poi4 ot ajtowt t two tw Haters o oleep osleep
sleep Ltmi LaDct Lona aeout 4 1 hi the t morn momn In he hecliiitbet hfel hecibjbei
cliiitbet el out t an dremed t1ftft t et ed up an ft began b begani < f1
i
i makin little circles droI an things thiR on 0 some somepaper somepaper somepaper
paper I woke oke Up an he h says saysHag saysHag nil nilHa
Hag Ha we w got to do IOI1UUdn som thJn with withthis withUtili withthis
this h here her re Stebbins artfotethis artt artide le thbs thisT after afternoon a anoon afternoon ¬
noon or we may as well hoof it for the theWatermelon theWatlmelon theWatermelon
Watermelon league k le gu gue and oblivion otolivkiwYesT QbUVWAYes oblivionYear
Year Yes says I IYea IYes t tYes
Yes says he sadly an its got gotto gotto
to be done 1 quid toe I get it straight 5trathlthat straightthat straightthat
that he is experimenting now no so as t the the the
he can put a bigger draw drawOItto onto that ball ballthatll balltl1atll ballthatll
thatll pull it back to him after the thebatter thebatter thebatter
batter hits it and let nm hbn do all 11 the thefteWin tb thefiekiin
fteWin and do away with the keteherSure ketcher ketcherSure ketc er erSure
Sure enough Stop gall Stebbins put puta
a draw onto that bail that afternoon afternoonthat attmoonthat afternoonthat
that pulled every e fJ on one of em back to toMs tohis
Ms hands Some cane on the fly II and andthem andthem andthem
them was as putouts putout for him and some somecame someacme i icame
came on the ground grow and MWI ftd he Just leaned leanedover leanedover leanedover
over and picked em up and snapped snappedem
em m to th first baseman It was so soSTOP
STOP STOPBrcL
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easy eUy e the crowd crowd fell asleep A asleepafter p after fter tin tl firstcouple first firstcouple
couple < s innin InninAII innfns M MAH
AH 111 that t night Pinch Hobbs HOD > ftggered ftggeredand figgeredand fibgeredand
and triggered till his eyes looked 1tJ ktd like likean liket1 likean
an t1 owls owlsThe 08The owlsThe
The n next d dayTim day Tim 3c lteGhdfi6 J4tmte heaped iitapedinsult heapedinsult Hpet1 Hpet1insult
insult after aft injury jnitnY onto iUj us for lie e let letall letan leiall
all his players pJ yeNl go to the t circus after afterthe alterthe attarthe
the first iimin when they the got 1Eot tworuns two tworuns tw twruns
runs except Stop Bail Stabbwts sc 1ttiitlS an anClem anClem anClem
Clem Dixon his first bafeeman b n and amithe andtht andthe
the ketcher And it was as the same way wayagain wayaaln wayagain
again Stebbute he got mont o thepetoats the theimtowts tkeJtotats
imtowts with ith that wonderful draw drawu drawuthe an anthe xttthe
the fleet baseman h scman pt a t what Stebbins Stebbinsdidnt SttbbhMididot Stebbinsdidnt
didnt And our ourfellowsas fellows was so ag agravated a asravated avated
° sravated vated at the idea o somebody st golp golpto olu oluto lu luto
to the c4rc tIt crews wh w wkemi n they ltafi 1ta l i llo to Work Workthat vwKthat 011
that probIy they couldnt a hit a bum bumPitchr bumpit bumpitcher I
pitcher pit l Its awful sgsraratin to toknowt toknowt
knowt you cant hit a pitcher andbe and andbe 3udbe I
be made to get et up and 3D through throll h the themotions themotions themotions
motions I got disgusted early ea1lylutd and stn just justgot jtgot justgot
got up and swiped at the ball and sat satdown satdon satdown
down But no matter how 110 hard I Iswiped Iswiped Iswiped
swiped the darnd baWd Jest jest t hang hAn in inthe inthe hithe
the air a minute after the t bat hit it itand itnd itand
and nd then slowly gravitate back to the thegrinnin thegrinnin thebrinnin
grinnin Stebbins in the box boxTo boxTo boxTo
To make matters worse wora worilq the crowd crowdguyed croduyed crowdguyed
guyed us and patted Sttfebins Stl bins on the theback theback theback
back People came from all allover over the thestate thestale thestate
state ttr see ae the famous wisard o the thestop thestop thestop
stop ball Stebbins got telegrams from fromseveral fromtleveral fromseveral
several big league teams asking a klnt for forterms forternUi forterms
terms and we e heard that two man managers mauage managera ¬
agers age was s racing on special trains from fromChicago fromChicago rom romCbicttgo
Chicago to get et Him first firstStebbins IntStebbins AratStebbins
Stebbins was as dined and nd wined while whileall whileaU whileall
all the women o n fought for a shake o othe 0tbe othe
the fist which executed e ecuted the stop ball ballWe 1MlUVe ballWe
We was lucky to get t a can o b bter bt > er to towash toaM towash
wash aM down our pigs knuckles knuckt cabbage cabbageand CitDbQeand cabbageand
and so forth forthNever forthNeyer forthNever
Never mind Hag H says lays yg Pinch PinchHobbw PinchHobbs
Hobbs as he lit the lamp for a third thirdnight t1tinln thirdnight
night n bt o figgerin ft rin The mornin morning of our ourvengeance ourvengean ourvengeance
vengeance < e dawneth da JIeth If I can only find findthe ftndthe findthe
the cosine of two tangents and the theperrymeter UleperrJmeter theperrymeter
perrymeter o a bisected bl eeteCI arc tonight tonightIll tonllhtrn tonightIll
Ill be all to the good goodWots goodWots goadWets
Wots thatT that says 78 I Bisected < < arc arcAny arcAn arcAny
Any An relation to Noahs ark afkForget aOForget
Forget it san Pinch Thats a aYou amattEr amatter J
mattEr 0 geography gph This 56 bushteus bushteusYou busineei 1
You go to sleep sleepWhen sleepWhen I IWhen
When I woke oke up in the morning morningPinch morningPinch
Pinch was a8 sleepin pin the first ftr t hed slept sleptin slePtin sleptin I
in three nights and I knew the problem problemwa
wa was AM solved solvedWell solvedWell I tecI tecIVeil
Well everybody E rybody was as at t the th game gamethat gamehat ame amethat
that t day to attend the triumph of Stop StopBall StoPBall StopBall
Ball Stebbins McGinnfe let his first firstbaseman firstba firstbaseman
baseman ba n go 0 off with the other player playerto p1ayeto playersto
to see the chess after theyd got three threeruns th thrUM threerums
runs hi the first innin only keepln keeplnthe Kt keepinthe > cpln cplnthe
the ketcher k tlt r for he h saw from fro the day daybefore daybefore 1a 1abefore
before that even though Stebbins didnt didntdraw didtdraw didntdraw
draw the balls back to him on the fly flyhe flyhe flyhe
he could beat out any batter to first firstthat firsttb firstthAt
that tb t happened to bounce 1Htu em nl to the theground theJnMlnd theground
ground groundI
I kep lookin at Pinch Hobbs H bbs for a asignal as asignal
signal s t to wade in an begin n to slaugh slaughter slauhtpr aiau11ter ¬
ter but none came As the innins inninsslipped InninssJipe In nins ninsslipped
slipped along aJon I thought ht mebbe hed lwdfor hedforgot
forgot for t it but when lIen the sixth innin innincome InuinOm Inairicome
come < < Om Pinch walks up to bat an rubs rubshi 1uh 1uhhi rubyhis
hi his hands in the th dirt That sc < imd imdto mrdtn mc d dto
to ti tiklt tit ko UK th and
ii iriv rttcI < J Stebbinsire Stebbins n 1 1nlfI
nlfI Y
ire to t hi > i it rilI hln Pi l
says Stebbins and the crowd laughed laughedlike laughodIfke laughedlike
like it was the biggest joke you ou ever eversee ecrsee eversae
see seeAn
An then th somethm happened Steb Stebbins Stebbins Stebhiss ¬
bins lollypopped the ball up an Pinch Pinchlet Pinchlot Pinchlot
lot it s V most past the plate beft before re KG KGstuck hcstuck hostuck
stuck his bat out The ball stopped stoppedhung stoppedhunb stoppedhung
hung there for an instant and andBin AndBUY andBIN
Bin Pinch swung back his Qi dub ciubafter dubafter clubafter
after teuchin the ball an the way wayhe wa wabe wayhe
he laced that poor defenseless < s sphere spherehangin spherohangln pherchangln
hangln there in Inth the air wits a shame shameThe shameTh shameThe
The Th ball fairly shrieked as it went AventsniliH wentStUIIK wentsailin
sniliH out to center an he got a ahomer nhomer ahomer
homer homerAjMTnow homerADd homerAnd
AjMTnow ADd BOW as the story books say sa let letus letus letus
us transplant ourselves to the ring ringside ¬
side p o the great an glorious circus circuswhere circuswhece circuswhere
where the balance o the Cloverdale Cloverdaleteam Cloverdaletetm Cloverdaleteam
team was eatin peanuts an kiddin the thedown thedown I
down an gettin kidded back The Thetent Thetent Thetent
tent was set up in a field on the oppo opposite opposite ¬ I Isite
site side lde o the town Fm the ball ballgrounds ballgrounds
grounds roonds an they were ere rennin a amatinee amatinee amatinee
matinee performance for the benefit othe o othe othe I
the wimmen ommen an children As I said saidthe saidlhe saidthe
the fun was goin gem oln fast an furious anthe an anthe anue
the C Cfoverdaie CI erdale bunch was AS thankiri thankiritheir tbankintheir thankintheir
their stars for havin a pitcher like SHe SileStebbins SHeStebbilti SiloStebbuw
Stebbins M sos S they th didnt have to stand standout standout
out in the hot sun un an watch us Alfal I
rGOIN OJ TO HIT HITrT N
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fas do a club lu swingin act when wh n there therecome therecome
come a terrible crash rash over their heads headsan IH > ads
I Ian
an as they looked up they the seen a agrassstained j Irassstained
grassstained league e tgu ball drop through throughthe j jthe
the hole at the top o the tent an roll rollinto rollInto
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into the sawdust saw ust at the clowns feet feetTo feetTo feetTo
To say that the sight o that ball ballslung ballslung I
slung consternation into them Clover Cloverdales Cloverdales r rdales
dales is too mild Worsen that thatOne thatOne
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One o Hags homers they yelled yelledwith JoclledIth yelledwith
with Ith one breath breathXonseitse br breathNonsense th thNonsens
Nonsense says sa s Clem Dixon who whowas whoas whowas
was as new on their nine an never seen seenme seenme seenme
me reely let myself out Nonsense Nonsensethe Nonsensethe
the ball grounds ounds a mile away No liv livin Ii Iiin livhi
in man could < knock a ball that far farNo farNo farNo
No livin man but Hag kin knock knotka
a ball threerornered thr otered yelled their theirshortstop theirahurtitop theirahortatop I
shortstop Cash Ca h Torrey Buck to the theball theball
ball grounds Cloveidales Cloetda Hag has las dis discovered disoYer diseoverrd ¬
covered oYer d a way ay to t hit the stop ball an anwe anWfO anwe +
we are needed neededThey neededThey neededThey
They rushed rushetlollt out an back to the thel theImll thebail
bail l > all grounds rollnd to find ArcGliwte r < Glnie vringlii wringlohis vringliihis
his hands an me receivin the ap applause 31plaUI5 applause ¬ I
plause of the populace pulace an Sam Merritt MerrittHJ IertjttHIt
HJ Rim to bat batThat batThat batThat
That was what beat us if I hadnt hadnttried hadnttried hadnttried
tried to show ho off ff after Pinch P h made madethe madpbomor madethe
the homer an been hoggish to kh an tried triedto tritdto triedto
to hit the circus lag 3 on the other side sideo sideo
o o the village theyd tbe d never n er a known an annever annever annever
never H got ot back an wed a won on but butthey butthey i
they put a new ne pitcher in alt an held us usdown usdown
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down an they the won on S to 2 We e lost the thechampionship thechampionship
championship just ju t berause bef U8e I hit the theball thehall theball
ball too hard It just took the edge edgeofTn edgeotCn edgeelm I
ofTn elm Pinchs discovery you might say saythat sa sayBut
But we e bad tM s satisfaction ti ation O knowin knowinthat II I
that we f sent Sile Stebbins an his stop stopball stopbail
ball to the woodpile for he never tried triedto triedto triedto
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to use it ag a again iin in
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