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( ? ) . THE SUNDAY TELEGRAM ( *" ) I
TWELVE PAGES s CLARKSBURG, \V. VA? SUNDAY. .MARCH 12. 1S?1?. SECOND SEpiKSl^^^J
GRE
*$<* +
MOUNT
* PARKERS
THE STA
Of the State in Big Basketball]
Tournament in the County
f\ j t ii i?
oeai oi upsnur. |
BUCKHANNON LOSES OUT
By a Score of 29 to 17 in the
Concluding Game of the
Tournament.
liUCKHANXOX, March 11.?Before
the largest crowd that ever assembled
in West Virginia to witness a basketball
game the Parkersburg high school
basketball team defeated the Buckbannon
team on the West Virginia |
Wcsleyan College floor here tonight
in the final game for the state high
sthool championship. The winning of;
U is game gives the Parkersburg
*oam possession of the huge silver
basketball offered by "West Virginia
V.'esleyan College for the team winning
the state championship three'
times in a row.
The iBuckbannon high school team
I ad played and won fourteen games
I. A.1 1 a. 1 I _U !
miring me huh aeuauu uuu wmcu wue ,
expected to win the state champion-'
i hip, although losing to the Parkers-'
I.org team won the honor of being
runner-up in the tournament and each
member of the team was presented 1
with solid gold basketballs suitable i
to use on watcbfobs.
Trophy Presented.
At the close of the final game amid
1I10 cheers of the 1,500 fans -present
br. Wallace B, Fleming, president of
West Virginia Wesleyau College, pre-:
sented the Parkersburg team with its |
trophy and the Buckhannon team with
i's gold basketballs. He also presented
the cup offered by himself to the
ichool having the best organized rootirs
present to the Buckhannon high,
f/hool.
I The final game of the 1916 tournament
was the fastest and most hard
^ fought game of the contest. After ai
1 ten minute rest following the send-'
finals the Parkersburg and Buckban-j
' V lion boys came back on the floor with ;
a do or die spirit, and had fighting j
spirit in their eyeB. As soon 88 Ref-,
| eree Davis sounded his whistle starting
the last game of the tournament,
| and the one which wonld decide the|
championship for which twenty-four,
of the leading high school teams of the j
state had been trying so hard to win;
di rinc the last two days it was seeni
that the game was for blood.
Crawford Draws First lllood.
Crawford, of the Parkersburg team,1
drew first blood, caging a clean fleid
goal from midfield. Parker, of the
Buckhannon team, then missed a 1
chance for a foul goal which was,
yuickly followed by Bell, of the Parkcisburg
team, misBlng a chance for a'
foul goal. Robs, of the Buckhannon'j
team, then tied the score by caging,
a beautiful field goal from a difficult
angle. Ofcalo and iBell, of the Parkersburg
team, added four to their count
by two neatly executed field goals. At.
this time Parker, star player of the
ibickhannon team, was thrown heavilly
to the floor and play was discout'nucd
for a few minutes and It was
thought that he would not be able to
nlay any more. However, after a few
tr.intues rest he started hack but was!
dizzy for Beveral mintucs and did not'
play his usual good game again duringj
the contest and was taken out of the'
game during the second half by Coach'
Lr.nham.
First-llaif Lead.
At the end of the first half the Parkcsburg
team was leading .by a score
of 15 to S. In the Becond half the
Fuckhannon five closed up this gap
considerabily and at one time the*
Parkersburg team was leading by the
margin of only four points, but at this
point the Parkersburg boys came back
strong and gradually pulled away
until at the end of the contest it was
leading by twelve points.
Bell and Crawford played the best
game for Parkersburg while Ross was
the star performer for the Ruckhannon
team. Lineup and summary:
Parkersburg?20. Buckhannon?17.
Nenle Parker!
Forward.
s Crawford Ross
Forward.
Ucwar Shroyer
Center.
Allman Layfleld
Guard.
^ Bell Rohrbaugh
!? 1 Guard.
Substittuions?Hymes for Parker.
Field goals?Parker 3, Ross 4. Neale
3, Crawford 3, Dewar 1, Bell 5. Foul
oals Parkers out of 11, Bell 5 out of 7.
?Tintrfa of Pittshiire. Timer?
liDMli WW *? ? ? ??'l ? ? - ?? ?
Kellison. of Wesleyan. Scorer?Vance
of "Wesleyan. Time of periods?15
niinutes each. The same officials acted
In all the tournament games.
BEST TEAMS WIN IN
THE SEMI FINAL GAMES
, Fairmont Loses Out.
The speedy Fairmont five, which
had been meeting all comers and defeating
them in easy manner finally
met Its match in the >t?rkersburg
team, which eliminated Fairmont In
the semi-flnais. the game helng one of
the fastest and most interesting of the
entire tournament
The Falrmpnt teamu whlch\had been
showing irflich spedtf and flgHt up to
able and* vvps' m!?^tcuTor tho1'Park"
AT B
AINEER
BURG HIG1
TE CH AMI
' FREE HITDNB
Contest with the New Orleans
Team Won by Cleveland
Americans 6 to 3.
fir A?;oCIATCD ** ?)
NEW ORLEANS. March ll.?Thc
Cleveland Americans won their second
exhibition game from the NewOrleans
Southern Association team today
6 to 3. It was a free hitting contest.
Score:
Cleveland ti If 1
New Orleans .3 14 2
Batteries: Hagcrman, Jones, (Mor-1
ton and O'Neil. Smith. Dllllngor nnd
Debcrry.
ersburg team. The lineuo and sum
of 5, Parker 3 out of 4.
TRI-FINAL GAMES VERY
FAST AND EXCITING
Prerkershnrg Trims Elklns.
Tho first game of the afternoon jla
schedule was started at 3 o'clock with! J"
the strong Parkersburg and the fast ro
Elklns team battling to see which one! ?'
would go into the semi-finals at the j *
night session. The Parkersburg team I,
doubled the score on the Elklns team,: ^
the. final count being Parkersburg 48,1 ot
Elklns 20. The lineup and summary: cc
Parkersburg. Elklns. h{
Neale Perry
Forward. ht
Crawford Marshall w<
Ponvard. 8f
Dewar Daugherty
Center. m
Allman Myllus
Guard. if
Bell '. Tonry bI
Guard. h(
Substitutions?(Devore for Neale. | at
Field goals?iNeale 4, Crawford 7, De-1 la
war 2. Bell 8, Perry 2, Marshall*3,'or
Daugherty 1, Myllus 1. Foul goals? at
1 Bell 6 out of 8, Perry 6 out of 14. _
Thomas Loses to Fairmont. Ri
The heavy Thomas team, which was
runner-up at the last year's tourna-j
mcnt, and who has an All-State man or
on it, went down to defeat In the tvi- j 2,
finals before the fast Fairmont team.! of
"Jimmy" Knight was the star per-j
former for the Fairmont boyB. The |
lineup and summary:
Fairmont?36. Thomas?10.
Knight Sudor m
Forward.
(Hamilton Martin tb
Forwafd. a
Meredith ' (Hoyt e?
Center.
'Hawkins Davis Jj
Guard.
Wilson Cramer ?
Guard. bSubstitutions?Jones
for Martin.
Field goats?Knight 6, Hamilton 2, M
Hawkins 4, Wilson 3, Suder 2. Martin M
3, Hoyt 6. Foul goals?Knight 9 out of *"
13, Hoyt 3 out of 8.
Buckhannon Whips Charleston. gj
The much talked of Charleston team,
last year's state champions, was defeated
in the trt-finald by the speedy
Buckhannon team by a score of 35 to
24.' In this game the Buckhannon boys
outclassed the Charleston team in 01
every department of the game.
Hnrkhonnon?85. Charleston?24.
Parker ./ Palmer tl
(Forward. Si
Ross ?.... *.. y *'.. *#? ,,iy.... *.. H. Martin ti
^ ^ Forward. .. ti
lit center ' rl'n }.|
mary:
Fairmont. 1'arkprnbnrjr.
Knight Crawford
Forward.
Hamilton >Tcale
Forward.
Meredith Dewar j
Center.
Hawkins Allmnn
Guard.
Wilson Bell
Guard.
Substitutions?Ritchie for Hawkins,
Hutchinson for Hamilton, Dcvorc fori
XTMaI^ rrnnlr 1 !
wini' iviUi 4' IVIU 5VttIO"~*i\lll(jWl A# j
Hawkins 2, Crawford 6, Seale 2, Do-'
war 1, Bell 8. Foul goals?Knight 3
out of 5. Bell 7 out of 11.
Richwood Eliminated.
Although one of the weakest teams
represented at the tournament the
Richwood team remained in the games
much longer than a number of the
stronger teams and it was not until
Buckhannon met Richwood in the
second game of the seml-flnals that it
was put out of the running.
The Buckhannon team, composed of
three regulars and two substitutes,
trounced the Richwood boys by u
score of 42'to 8. /* '' | "
Rnckhannon?1!!. Rich wood?8.
Hymes Arthur1
Forward.
Ross Hurd
Forward.
Steele Brown
Center. j _
Layfleld Hamilton i
Guard. ! V
Rohrbaugh ReeBe. 1
Guard. ;
Substitutions?Shroyer for Ross, i
Parker for Rohrbaugh'. Morris for
Brown. Field goals?dlyines 5. Ross (
5, Steele 5, Shroyer 1', Parker 3. Arthur j
3. Hamilton 1. Foul coals?Ross ^ not Fl
iter uuAt'i | at wiuwu >wnuigr-uf9
nts admission was charged, and 'jal
id failed to put on the bout. as
"Despite the fact that this bout jj
Ld been advertised and persons i cr(
ent to the Pioneer Sporting Club to ^
e it," said Chairman Wanocit, Br
.Villard deliberately declined to Al
eet Relcli. 1 warned both the man- ru
cement of the club and Willard that ne
he did not intend to box Reich he
tould display a sign to that effect se,
?fore the public paid the price of ms
Imission. This was not done. WW- to(
rd hprcafter, by the commission's Th
der, will not he permitted to charge ^j.
imission to hla training quarters." be
wi
Guard.
ahrbaugh Hall
Guard.
Field goals?Parker 5, Ross 3, Shroy
5, Palmer 1, H. .Martin 4, D. Martin
Stnrk 2. Foul goals?Parker 9 out
13, Stark. 6 out of 10. Af
.
Kichwood lVlns.
In what proved to be one of the
ost interesting contests of the touriment
the Rich wood team defeated
e Klngwood team in the tri-finals by fei
score of 17 to 11. Both .teams were th
renly matched but they were so much ga
ower than the rest of the teams that in
made the game Interesting. The In
neup and summary: ub
logwood?11. Richwood 17. HI
White Arthur w<
Forward.
. White Hurd wi
Forward. Ni
urdock Brown V?
Center. Ml
! White ... Hamilton ve
Guard. y
Isler ...Reese
Guard.
Field goals?S. White 2. ftL White
Lister 1. Arthur 3, Reese 2. Foul
>&1 s?S. White 3 out of 9, -Reese .7 out
r is.
? * ' *
The scores ..of, the second round of mi
is preliminaries .which were, played Ai
aturday morning were: Parkereburg nil
ASKl
QUINTE
WINS [
NONSHIPJ
| TIGERS HAVE GOOD CHi
; H
It looks as if the Detroit Tigers ha
year. In sheer driving power Detroit ha
men Jennings counts on to help him win
Crawford and Georce Dauss.
/VILLARD'S TI
CLUB IS
Dr Advertising a Bout between
Wiliard and Another Boxer 1
and Then Not Holding It.
,.y W
NEW V0Rl"Oiiarch"l?TUe Floter
Sporting Club, where Jess Wllrd
has been training For his upoachlhg
fight with Frank Moran,
r the heavyweight championship,
as suspended for thirty days today
r the state athletic commission. The wn
mmfsslon announced that the club c0
id "fooled the public," by ad.vertls-j wj,
K a bout between WiUard and anIt
AM Uaoam ni tttll t aVk '
TBA
+ + * 1
T WINS
-+
YALE DEFEATED.
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s'EW IUVEX. Conn.. March It.? j ,
Incoton defeated Yale In wrestling:
e tonight, fottr bouts to three. I
ineeton's victories were on dfrciss.
Yale won two bouts on fulls and
> on decision.
INCE OF WINNING AMER
ft to right: Oscar Stanage (top), Jean .
Da uss.
,ve an excellent chance of winning *h*
is one of the greatest combinaticnr eve
the pennant, besides Ty Cobb, arc 0
GAINING if
SUSPENDED1
LEADER TIED
hen Harry Patterson, of Chi- L
At * AAA t t I
cago, snoots bbu in tne
Singles in Toledo.
:
ACIOCIATKO FHltfl) '
TOLEDO. March 11.?One leader
,a tied In the American Bowling
ngrens tournament here today
len Harry Pattcrnson, of Chicago,
ot 660 in the singles, equaling the &
irk set ,by> Pete Brunett, of Cleveid.
Chicago starred In the doubles, 'B<
Bob Wagner and Phil Wolf shot ol
92 for third place. Another tlo bi
>pped up In the singles when Phil w
olf rolled 632, tleing Charley y,
onder, of Pittsburg, for third place, (j)
Lea rolled 1811 for his all events,
nnlng hlin second to Pete Brun- aj
tt, of Cleveland.
St. Louis teams landed In third and o
renth places tonight In the fivein
event. The Du Pont powders ,M
>k third with- the score of 2770.
e Burkes for seventh had 2669. A jj
Icago team, the Illinois A. C. nunir
r two bowled into seventh place
th 2692 plhs. o;
PERFECT SCORES \
' R
e Again Made by the Rifle
Toamc nf Turn Pnllonoo
V VMMIU VI | flu UUIIVVjVU
in Matches.
( * *??oci*rtD rann ^
WASHINGTON, March 11?rPer:t
scores of 1,000 were made again
is week by rifle teams of Mlehln
Agricultural College and Washgtcm
State College shooting: In the
tercolleglato matches" being held
tder the auspices of the National
fle Association. The college adores f
>re: - 1?
Massachusetts. Agricultural,' Nor- ?
,ch and West Virginia 998 each.; ?
ival Academy 995; Cornell,' 99?; 13
>rmont, 992; Notre Dame; 990; ^
tchlgan, 989r. Yale and State Unl- j,
rslty of Iowa, 988 each.
Pi
LOUISVILLE
3n Uo to Columbia, Tenn? to Do ;
Their Spring Training. N
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?rUMGU(l?MINI Q
LOUISVILLE, March 11.?Seventeen tl
imbera of . the Louisville American
isoclation baseball club lef^hereUoI
M i T 1 , , ,, . , ; , ,
IL L I
STATE (
rAKESEC
THE DA
_ !
1ICAN LEAGUE FLAG
i:
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jM|
- ifl^pr
'Xv dBBP^V^. ?" -:.^M ,
? *r
Dubuc, Sam Crawford and fceorge I
flhw.in.the American league this
: known in baseball. Among the
tear SUnnge, Jean Dubuc, Sam
i
WOLEM
ocals Have Easy Time Defeating
All-Stars by Score ,
of 55 to 5. 1
In a would-be basketball. game the
est Virginia Business College dented
the* Salem Alt Stars at Salem
iturday night by a score G5 to 6.
tie only redeeming featurb of the ^
ime was' the playing of MoMIUon,
rummitt and Chenow^th' for tho j
ookkcepers. Those three lads pulled ,
I some-team work and shots that ,
'ought the spectators . to their feet ,
1th applause. Lineup:
V. R? C.??f?. Satem?6. i
rummitt Waulet i
Forward.
cAndrew ,. Clavier 1
Forward. I
ienoweth r... Maunce <
Center.
cMillan Paetorlo ,
Guard.
ninAii Uiifflnn ,
IIIWVU * I ? I *? !-' UUM?U?
Guard.
Substitutions?-Flanagan for Chenroth,
Chenowoth for McAndrewj Nutr
for Kllleen. Field goals?Cruramitt
McAndrcw 2, Chonoweth 11, McMil- n
6, Flanagan 1, Waulet 1, llauncc 1.
Jul goals?Chenowoth 3, Maunco 1.
eforeo?Bond,
basebmWebs
n Steamer Arrive at Jacksonville,
Fia., on the Way to
Dayton "to Train.
' T ~
faPfCIAL TO TMrTKtnvAMl '
JACKSONVILLE,' Ha., March ; 11. t
-Twenty members of the Philadelhla
Athletics and seventeen :Brookn
National plpyers arrived .here >toIght,
on the. steamer Comanche. The
rooklyn contingent left by water for
aytona, where the team will train i
U.naMf .rAniilA MftcV unit nwn.r
homas Shea, of -the Athletics . arved
Thursday, with a dumber of
layers..
MIDDIES IVfN\ .! y>l
. ...Y-x&Hftt
,n? tiMciMMninn . '
ANNAPOLIS. Md., March 11,--The
*vy closed the 1916 *ymna*n, H"ortor''
? ct^.[vo
"
1H Mat ho WB hai^reflUiied hi* doaI*
3A T1
+ + + 1
OH A MP!
;OND GAM
-VIS-ELKIi
imp ide ^
Of the Cleveland American As-!.
sociation Baseball Club to 1
Its New Owners. ?
i?t AcaoeiAiiD rataai
OLHVKUAXD. Marcli 1I.-?Transfer I
?f the Cleveland American Association
>lub was formally madi> here this nf
or noon when the hankers' commit-'
ee. having in charge tlin Interests of '
" resident Sowers, turned the properly
ver to the Cantlllon-Tlnnne t'ompnny,
he olltchil name of the holding comitiny
which will operate (he club In !
Poledo. Announcement was also made
hat the chili has taken a lease of ten
ears on 3wayne Held at Toledo.
NEW iRLD^BECORD
Is Hung Up by James E. Meredith,
Olympic Champion
ft > m i
Kunner ax Meet. ?
i
Of #i?oei*??n (
PHILADELPHIA, March 11.? <
Rimes E. Meredith, the University of j |
Pennsylvania, and Olympic champion t
runner, hung up n new world's rec-:
ird at I he annual Indoor athletic I
nect of the Meadowbrook Club here (I
tonight when he lowered Ills own tig-'
ires for <1(10 yards from I minute if
ill 2-5 seconds to 1:21 2-5 and came'
within one second of equalling the \
outdoor record for Iho same distance,
tield by Homer linker, of the Ronton, j
V, A., and Homer Raker, unattached.
Caldwell wan second find Raker third, )
Meredith led till the way.
miES :
i
Lfeaye Pittsburg for Dawson ,!
Springs, Ky., for Preliminary
Training Work.
' ' ' T
Of >IWCI?Tlu .Mil'
PlTTSDl'P.a March 11.?The laal
iquad of 'Pirate* left hcer tonight for
Dawson ay rings, Ky., for tho prollml
tary aprlng irnlning work. Tho party, j
.vhlch eonaliltcd of Ave plnyera, In,
hargc of dlana Wagner, will he Joined
,?y others on route. The pllchcra and .
?atehors of the chili have been In JI
Dawson Springs for,several days. Lnt?r
tho whole i (pmd will go to Hot
Springs. Ark. (
HULSlTT LEAVES ij
i I
For Dawson Springs, Ky., J
Where His Team Will Do
Its Spring Training. ,
n
? * AtaoeiATio Patau
COLUMBUS. 0.. March 11.?Manager
Hulawltt, of the Columbua American
Association team, loft tonight for
Dawson Springs, Ky., whore'his team
will train. He was accompanied by ^
pitchers DaVls; O'Toolo. Curtis. George (
ind Bruck. Pltchors Ling and Moore >
will join the party at Louisville to?
morrow'morning. Catcher Coleman,
Catcher Pratt and Pitcher Pjiynter
went direct to the camp from their
homes In. Illinois. Othor members of i
the squad will Join, the battery candl- i
lates at the end of next w,eek. (
FIFTY-SIX NO
FOR BLUE G!
Coming Season Are Announced}'
by the New Louisville,
Ky;; Jockey Club.
5 ?. taaoci.TiD rati.. "]
LOUISVILLE, Ky., March llr- 1
Plfty-slk; nominations to the. 19^.6'
Ken tuck: Derby were announced today
by the New Louisville Jockey
Clubi. TJhla list, while smaller than
last:year, comprises the cream of the ,j
American turf three-year-olds and .
includes' twelve imported thorough- ^
breds. . Harry Payne Whitney, the jj
New York-sportsman, in a determined T
effort to land v two aucceselve derby ^
VI IUUiUrt?. Illtw UcUUt'fl TOVCU VllgiUIl'JJ, 1
one < of which 1b' foreign brtd. No .
owner ever hag gent two succes:'?
.i wi to th. pat;
The derby this years assumes a "
somewhat Jnternatlohal. phase,' with
four of.: Jefferson Uyingston?K ;- r
starters from England and Clarence 1
IT IWi-iliir--'-11 l::
n.; iwivttj a iw w wwm?utti,w M WW
France; i Kentucky ,and: other' cw?rt* 3
r-rn bono then, however, ere woli represented'and
T. C. Bradley and Company'a
Big Smoke and J. W. FareontendeS.,
^ Th e i^^^ ^ *C0n> ^|
i?9 . j VS9
9 fl
ONSHIP I
[? FROM I
NS TEAM 1
/ictors Pile Up Score of 43
against Opponents' 29 t ,;S
Points in Ragged Game.
rUCKWILLER IS THE STAR ;|H
'Dick" Haniill Plays a Light-,
ning Fast Game for the ?
ISLK INS,. March 11.?West Virgin-, jS
it tonight defeated the strong*
iy a wore of (;: to 2D. in the second
:atne for the state chnmpionfhtp nntt. " ^3
hereby won the title, having 'ofeat- ' vS
'd Davia-Rlklna by one point in tho """/ffli
ipiMihit: game of the series at Mor-,
jnntown Tliunwlny night. Tuckwll-f,\ftvl
er rttiirreri for Wont Virginia, mak- '
ng Home of the nioat sensation*? : '
hotH from Iluhl ever witnessed on '
he local lloor. Little Dick Hamili; ???
or Uavln-I&lklnH, played a lightning- --/jtS
ike game, Hhowlng some wonderful - . l
ipnrtH or upeod up und down the;
loor. The team work of both tearo*/,z|d
vuh rather rugged, although the vt?l-> ^
ora appeared to be In better condl*j!"S
ion and played a more consistent, |jj
.aiue all the way through. The
ern Maryland railway team from'. ;
Cumberland. Md.. and the Coal,ap'd'
"olco played a preliminary, the tafclg
er winning by a score of slxty-a<* I
n to twenty-three.
The lineup:
lnvl-Klklm?20 W. Vs.?4$ga
fnmill Tuck ^ ' I
Forwardlurry
Laltener |
Forwnrd
Veimer jjSeH
Centor
day Steadrtinii Guard
V hot roll Morrlnotiw
- iSummary:
Substltutca?-Ciitrlgbtly
'or Welmor, Tlneer* for Lattoner. ' ''tl-sH
JFleW final a: Davis and ^IklTyj-jiMM
ifh'mlll. f?: TlafrV. 3; Velmcr 1; (atflM 0
right. 2*. Wept... VlWcWH-'CucK^M
orre, 7: Lnttoner, 5; ice.
dorrlson, 7 out of 13. I
lleforee?Whiting.
Timer?Mm I Ins.
Scorer- -Mnddcn.
SENATORS DEFEAT I
ented U10 Itfjiveratty of lytrghilal
maoball team; l>er'e' today; folirctoiortc. t;
fcore:
Vashlugton . .; . f4,1 n 3
f I retain < ? I^i ? < .?I#1 6 2
Gall fa,-Harper, Sloan ? rriin'd
Gwothmey.
( v'MiscuTte rtMii . , gj||^
unboret'e awtaimlnis/team^^Oy defeated
Harvard's tonight. ;;The Rcore
. "*" fl
iipet tonight with ivorei i y of j
AJTV1U A 1MAMC
~ ~~~ B
'/i J J*i ll^^T^^ffTS^I^Sll
cir amsoatib ntim
Tirt htttfl Minmt iHitt ?l?li? ?/\ T.-nc U
ast year. bant, 18. of Iniana,
wa ih.- him in the history of ^ I
nd Navy football game last fall and |
tinner IMttsliurir Federal Is Slimed by
ColitmbuH feam.
COLUMBUS. a. March 11.?Hugh i
iradley. former Pittsburg Federal jd
jcague player, has been signed by tho
Jolumbua American Association team.
Iradley jumped to the Toronto Interlatlona
lLeague club after several seuons
with the Federals. He probably 1
rill play first base for,the ColUuibua,
lub, &
I IfiJI
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