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Crack Mare Is Assigned Big Impost by
Virtue of Last Season's Form
MARTIN XATHAXSOX yesterday announced the weights for the
opening handicap to be run at Emeryville Saturday, and the indica
tions are that a well balanced field will face the barrier. Bubbling
Water, the mare that performed so brilliantly last season, was assigned the
top impost of 117 pounds, and it is expected that she will go to the post,
although some trainers do not feel that she is right on edge. In other
quarter? the chances of the Molera & Josephs mare are well regarded. As
slresdv announced. Shilling has been engagde to ride the mare if he arrives
irom Texas in time.
Rubbling Water was considered the classiest performer in California
last reason .and a summer's rest has doubtless benefited her greatly.
Following the announcement of the weights. Spellbound was' selected by
many as the likely winner of the event that marks the opening of the season.
His line shov.-ing in trials and the good record he made on the Canadian
circuit have won numerous admirers for him. and it is thought he should
handle 111 pounds well in such company. When he beat Olambala at
Montreal Spellbound showed that he was' one of the cleverest horses racing
in that section. Trainer Stevens of the Prichard stable expects that Daven
port will arrive here in time to have the mount on Spellbound. In the event
of a muddy track the Prichard stable^ — \u25a0 : — *\u25a0
will have another chance with Veneta
Arasee. with 112 pounds up. is .re
garded as a most important factor in
the race, as he has been working well
and looks fine, after resting up at Ar
cadia during th* summer. Van Dusen
is under engagement to Early Wright
and he will ride Ara?ee. according to
present plans.
"Plunder" James MswManus said
yesterday that he' did not think he
would start Ed Ball. Charles Quinn
asked for the services of Archibald to
ride Sea Cliff, and owing: to the ab
sence of E4 Ball the crack rider will
be on jthe«horse that formerly carried
the colors of Harry Payne Whitney on
the English tracks.
"Special Delivery, regarded as one of
the most improved horses that raced
on the tracks of the intermountain cir
cuit, may be among the starters. He
ha.s worked well and is in with nice
Green Morris is likely to start Har
lem Maid, a very fair performer, and
Selden will rfde her.
Redeem has been going along nicely
in her work and has developed-consid
erably sine* last season. Callahan may
have the mount.
William Walker is represented by
Acumen and Responseful and the first
named is considered the best. One ol
them may carry his color?.
Black Mate has won some good races
and might be a factor in the race if h«
had been here longer. As he has beer
off the cars but a few days it Is noi
thought that Linnell will start him.
Of the, other candidates Setback is
among the likely starters.
Some good judges said yesterdaj
that in their opinion the winner woulc
be among the quartet consisting ol
Spellbound. Bubbling Water. Arase<
and Sea Cliff, with the first roentionec
performer as the one most fancied
With fine weather prevailing th<
track will be fast and a good race i:
A* already announced. Richan
Dwver and Jake Holtman will alternat<
at the barrier. Dwyer will start dur
ing the first two week^of the season
It is thought that 20 or more layer;
will be inline when openi
on the flret race Saturday. Addition!
to the ranks are arriving daily. San
Bradley, who operated on the Canadia.
circuit during the summer, is on th<
cround. Byron McNutt, who was a
fhe Montana tracks, will also try th<
game. - -„
Jockey Glass was at Emeryville yes
terday. having arrH-ed the eveninj
previous from New York. . Eugem
fjpyne, owner- of ' Chester Krjtm -an<
other good horses, was on the same
Glass reported to Andy Blakeley, to
whom he is under contract. The boy
has improved greatly in his riding since
leaving California last spring and his
work in the saddle attracted the atten
tion of Trainer Tom Healy of the R.
T. Wilson stable, who secured second
call on his services for next season on
the metropolitan tracks.
Otto Townsend. agent for the
Blakeley stable and one of the best
known turfmen in the country, is a late
arrival. . He reports that there is much
interest in the- California meet among
the eastern contingent and that many
visitors will be on hand.
The first .race will be called daily at
I:4o' o'clock, as was the case last sea
son. Boats connecting with special
trains will leave the ferry depot. every
20 minutes.
Portola Auto Races May
• Nowße'Held
SAN" LEAXDRO, Xov. 9. — As.thfi re
sult of an agreement of the committee
In charge of the proposed races the San
Leandro board of truftees at a special
meeting this evening granted permis
sion to hold the Portola auto road races
here on January 1 or 2.
The trustees at first refused permis
sion to hold the contest here on ac
count of the danger -to life and the
damage done to the hlghwaysjn the
center \u25a0of town. In compliance with
the request of the citizens **the race
course has been changed and shortened
so as to eliminate the central -business
portion of the city.
The course has, been reduced to about
12 miles in length and extends along
the main county road from. Maud ave
nue, San Leandro, to B street In Hay
ward, thence to the. foothills boule
vard, thence to Maud avenue to .the
point of starting...
ST. LOUIS. Nov. . 9,-^F.' M. Keyes of
Kansas City tonight won 'the third
game In the St. Louis-Kansas City
series of the national amateur three
cushion billiard", tournament, his op-,,
ponent being ' Thomas i Car ten/* f The
score was 60 to 40 in 148 innings, with
an average of .41' for Keyes and. 37 lor
Carter. . "V
Entries and Weights
In Opening Handicap
At Emeryville Track
Setback IC3
noKevulc 102
MniJdy G!p 100
FredonJa ; J)0
Ed Ball 104.
Sonia 100
Bubbling: Water 117
Harlem Maid ........ . ...10.V
Torbellino t uo
Olathe :. J)5
Blark Mate 105
Redeem 04
Spellbound .111
Veneta Strome 107
Sea Cliff 100
Phil Mohr 100
Roman Wing 1 .' ', 30
CoppertOTvn 10«
ColonH Jack ............... .103
Special Delivery 0«
Responsefnl 05
Acumen ' 98
KdvFln T. Fryer .' 10«
Araaee .112
Brooklyn Eleven Will
Play Yosemites
An American football game is sched
uled for next Sunday afternoon on the
Presidio athletic grounds between the
Brooklyn and j Yosemite elevens to set
tle their annual difference.
These are the _ only two teams in
their class playing the old game in San
Francisco. Each has an enviable rec
ord and as there is a dispute as " to
which holds tne local championship
much rivalry has been- created, sofa
I good;game is to be expected.' • :
Both elevens are in excellent form,
as was shown last" Sunday, when the
Brooklyns played against the "Winged
Vs and* the Yosemites^played: the Cen
turys in^ two redhot exhibitions of
American, football. ;
The lineup follows: /\u25a0 . ,
Yonemites. . Position.. .1 Brooklyns. •
MrGowan ..'.........captain.... Schlamm-liutler
Erman. ......... ..rijrht guard. .'. . . . .McLaugblin
' . ;\u25a0 • Bruneman
Brur* 1 left \u25a0" guard.. ..* '. .De Vaull
Johnson .richt - tackle. '.McKenna
Barry Mt , tack1e.... .....: ...Adler
Schof-Conradl . . . .. .rlKht end..". .Judge-Sebastian
Dnn*-(ihetaldi. .. :... left end. .. . . .Schroeder-Cerf
Heilraan right half ........ ..Isaacs
McMi11an... ...... ..1eft half. .. . .McHugh-Woods
Beckert-Schroeder. fullback '. . . ; .' . . . .".". . . . .Daly
NewtoD-Shepard. ... quarter . .Flatley-Littlefield
Dick Egari Starts for
San Francisco v .
CINCINNATI, 0., Nov. 9.— "Dick"
Egan, the star second baseman \u25a0of .the
ginger men, left '[Cincinnati today for
his home in; San Francisco, where, he
will spend the winter. ; Egan is con
sidered by all the critics of ., the game in
Cincinnati to-be : the :'logical" man to
succeed Captain HansLobert* with the
reds next year. \ Loberthaa-been 5 traded
to Philadelphia. *; j Egan has , had two
great \u25a0 years with of the
red and: '.will "be': considered," whenl. he
returns; to his team, next spring,- to ; : be
the logical man r about -whom : the team
will build- up -its .great infield .work; '
Chicago to New^ Orleans
Motor Boat Race:
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.-— -Two motorbqats
were ; started ' from here \ today , in a race
to New Orleans, by > way of the s Chi -
cago rlver," ; the:drainage canal, the Illi
nois i arid Mississippi \rivers. r :\u25a0: \u25a0 The race
is -between,; Joseph NHessler and Paul
Wiese, ;\u25a0 both " of 'Green -IBay;I Bay; JWis., , ori^a
wager of. $2,000. ; ; Thef former's : boat
is -the-H. >B. D.^of 2S;h6rsepower,- : and
LWiese's .craftpis';the'l.\Vehnita; of i? 32
horsepower. •„' '" . • ~ . Jr: f-. " :'* '.• "*
Another Batch of Young Ath
letes to Compete in Games
at Southside Park
Saturday, November 12, atf 10 a. m.
the first district of the Public Schools i
athletic league will hold its meet on
the south side playgrounds track. A I
much greater number of entries has
come in from this district than trom
any of the public school divisions so
far, and a tight struggle for honors
will, doubtless ensue between John
Swett, Spring Valley and Hancock.;
Adams cosmopolitan will be a strong
contender for athletic honors this year,
and Yerba Buena, Washington and
Hearst schools are also* sending a
large,, quota of promising youngsters. \
Pacific Heights has some good material,
but all of it. has not come out yet. "*V;
Following are the entries:
50 yard dash, SO pound class — Ij. .Thlebaut, I
K. Donelsen, K. Aitken. Hearst: A. Sassus,
H. Sihert, K. CouncGn, Spring Valley; Maloney,
P. Uatto, Desmond, Yerba Buena; K. Jensen,
Harris, r,. Frouek, Adams; A. OltTa, A. i
Piottl, Hancock: A. Bowlan, W. Straight, S." ;
Oser, John Swett. • :
f.O yard dash, 05 pound class— A." Pf letter,
L. Brown, 1,. Griffith. Hearst: P. Bradley, R.
GuDzel, Spring Valley: Bathjen, Yerba Buena;
W. Black, I/arfien, Wand, Adams; G. Drotett.
Hancock; W. Jensen, I). Colman, C. (Jold
beck, John Swett.
. 70 yaVd dash, 115 pound class— •T.Giannini,
W: Glas. Hearst; McCoy, Mathews, Yerba
•Buona; G. Randall. Washington: Hotchinick.
Krarltz, Benny. Adamw; C. Springola, Han
cock; F. ..Frost, P. Grapengeter.l^. Pratt.
John Swett. -v
100 yard dash, unlimited— R. McDonald, C.
Cohn, Hearst; R. Barton, W. Frantz. H.
/Itanjtle," Sprlnp Valley; J. Demartlni, Wash
ington; G. Pera. C. Risberg. I. Trapani, Han
cock; R. CHnkspale, H. Hearst, A. Hansen,
John Swett. ' • ,
220 yard dash, 05 pound class— Parry.
Hearst; R. Vocke, E. Barbe, Spring Valley;
Norton, Yerba Buena; Danazonio. Washington;
Aoki, Brady. Vmlier, Adams;- M. -s Berton. H.
Campana, Hancock; I. Herscovltz, W. tlnd
ligen, H. Maurmann, John Swett.
440 yard .relay. 80 pound class— Hollls, Hay
ward,; Peralta. Gillett, Hearst: Courneen,
Davis. Rosenberg. Maas. .Spring Valley; Gian
ninl,- Rooney. JMulveyJ Tejeda, Hogan, Wllker
son., Yerba Buena; Badarraco, Kane. Mahoney,
Angelich, Rnper. Cademartori. .-. Washington :
Jacobsen, Strohmeler. . McKinney," Jorgensrn,
McMullin. Peters, Adams;- Zeisler. Braehmann.
Bfnnlnger, Fonseoa, McDonald, N'icholls, John
Swe.tt. , , - >\u25a0 \u25a0 •
440 yard relay, 05 pound class — Mitchef],
Hailer. O'Brien. Swift. - Engellmidt. Georgp.
John Swett; Patten, Story, McKinuey. Arsen
tale,- Spitz, Adams; Hughes," Glannlnl. Dalil,
GalH. Cheli. Spring Valley: Schuler/ Mueller,
Mendrick, Thorsen. Hearst; Aguilar, Toso,
Crowley. Murphy, Yerba Buena.
.1440 -yard relay, 115 pound class — Delmer, Den
nis^ Kerr, Anderson, Hearst: Schrnemill. Schulz,
Kuhlmann, Schmietschek, Koch,! Lasswell, John
Swett; "Garrigan, Llppi. Campana, • \u25a0•'- Vlscarra,
Hancock: Van Male, McCaffery, Barron. Blllim
osa. Spring Valley; Ferroggiarro. . Gonnljardon,
Ertola. Greennn, Doherty, - Gordon.'Washing
ton; Rice. Kent, Souls. Takata, Adams.
_- 440 yard run, . 115 pound class— Fogg, Spring
Valley; Schmidt. Fisher, Baldocchi. John
Swett;-, Leone. Yerba Buena;' Macr-ngno, Han
cock:-Jones. Adams. , .
-880 run,- unlimited" Yclass-i-Ouzqny,
Meyer, Crespi, Washington; Kersrr, McKlt
trick, \u25a0 RJiillips, John • Swett; - Reyvera, »Vuco-
SHThevich. Spring : Valley ; Reynolds, Okomato,
Adams; Mino. Crespi, Hancock. ' -
." Field events, running broad jnmp. : SO pound
class— H.. Hamburg, Hearst; C. Maas. R. Sum
mer\iHe, I». Sibert.v Spring Valley; 1 Mascarelll,
\erlm. Buenn; Aguestipacc. Verala. : Yerba
Buena; G. Plaa.L. Kane- Washington; L.
Mose," H. Schon. A. Lichtenstein,- John Swett. o
-Running high jump. 95 pound class— A. Car
radc, ,B. r^ldlaw. Spring Valley; Rivas, L.
Ratto, Yerba Buena; L. Demartlni, W. Herzog,
-Washington ; Knos, Scott %. Adams ; f. H." > Kurtz
man. !;\u25a0[. Greggius, p. Bronson, ;.Tohn Swett.'
' \u25a0 Running broad \u25a0 jump, r 115 pound r; class— B.
Tof anelli. Spring - Valley C Purdy, . Washing
ton; a: Seuabiagne, Hancock: L.. Brltt, r C.
Jacka.- I. 'Bercovleh. John Swett.; ' : \ VJ.
~, -A ll - . competitors be at "the
corner of Harrison and
seventh streets, at 9 a.' m., in. order that
every ; one can weigh in '• promptly. Boys
who! can not make. the required weight
for: their class will be ruled off the
field *at once. ; :
; Brunner defeated Doctor /Burns'. 1 at
:.Wrigh fs : billiard theater.- last f night . <y,
the. score -of ,200 t6J 174. : ; This puts
ißrunner on even ' terms i fori first (place
wi th Cha pman . <\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 The lea d ers ; are sen ed-'
juled^to play; off' V; the tie ;6n' ; "Monday,
which ;cqntest l will "decide the
'class jßbalkline "championship. V.
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Championship Tourney at Sac
, ramento Will Attract Many
Classy Ring Artists
SACRAMENTO. Xov. 9.— The ama
teur boxing championships of the va
rious divisions, from the bantam to
the heavyweight, will be held in this
city on the nights of November 21, 22
and 23, under the auspices of the
Sacra"mento athletic club and with the
sanction of tho Pacific amateur asso
ciation. \
This will be the first real bonafide
amateur boxing carnival that has been
held in the state for more thaij two
years. The program is a very "com
plete one, and, Judging from the list
of entries, the northern part of the
state pill be very well represented,
especially San Francisco, Oakland and
Sacramento. Entries. are also expected
from the south. '• . ; . ; ; ' ; ' «.." '
.The classification is the same as that
used by the Olympic club in all its
tournaments held In the past and the
scale is as follows: Bantams, 115 pounds
and under; featherweights, 122 pounds
and under; special, 125 pounds and
under; lightweights. 135 pounds and
under; welterweights. 145 pounds and
under: middlewelghts, 158 pounds and
under: heavyweights/ all over 158
pounds. ;
11. A. McGregor, athletic director of
the Sacramento club and one of the
best known amateur sporting authori
ties in the state, will act as referee
for all the contests, which will be
the regulation three round affairs, with
an additional round, should the- judges
so order.' : '-'
Up to the present time, more than
'oO boxes of various weights and' sizes
have entered. \u25a0". Included among these
are men from the Sacramento. Olympic,
Pastime. United Railroad and Mission
clubs. : Sacramento will plnMts faith
to: Pete Muldon, a welterweight who
has managed' to dispose" of all comers
in the capita! city: } '. '
The merchants : of,; the city, are tak
ing a lively Interest , in the affair and
have donated handsome silver loving
cups. gold, silver and -bronze medals,
which will be awarded to the win
ners in each class. The entries for
the tournament will closo on November
15 and all inspiring amateur boxers
who wish to compete; should send in
their names/ rating, amateur, standing
and the like to H. A. McGregor, in
care of the Sacramento athletic, club.
lwanddlcAffl;and bl. .C 5504938271
Villagers Defeat Big
League Stars
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 9.— The Vemon
coast league: .team today :; defeated an
aggregation, of all" stars composed- of
hig*leaguers -and several Angels. The
score was 4>to 1. ?Cravath, : Breen, Ellis,
Oaks,. Grindley and ;Dolly;; Dolly; Gray were
among the major leaguers playing with
the "all stars, while | Raleigh • and .Cas
tleton';-/were, ; the opposing slabsters.
Errors by the all stars figured largely
in the; result.
Dennis- Hafris Go Is
Added to Card v
The .Oakland: Wheplmen club has'
completed its card for next Tuesday
night, at- Piedmont pavilion." Yesterday,
Match -.Maker* 'Mcl 'Moffitt;. secured
Frankie" Harris- and LEddie Dennis 'for
the six-: round speciaT event,, making
two six ground ; goes, ;: two /four: round
preliminaries and. the t ten round . main
event between : ~_Roy Moore and VHaVry
Deii.-;'';, ;:: .' '\u25a0\u25a0'_ '\u25a0-\u25a0 ; / v.;^.!': WH"v "<\u25a0 :
Rain Puts, the Surface of California
Field in Tip Top Condition
This, year's game Is attracting atten
tion all over the country. ' People are
coming thousands of miles to see the
game and a party of four Is to arrive
from Chicago Friday, making a special
trip for this game. Manager Farmer
also received word from Spokane to
reserve seats for a party .of six, and,
with other visitors from Los Angeles
and other parts, the number of tran
sient visitors to the game will be far
In excess of any previous game.
The difference in the' weight of the
California and the Stanford team per
man will be about six pounds. The
California forwards will average
about IS3 pounds per man to Stan
ford's IS9 pounds. The back division
shows California to have an average
weight of 160 pounds per man, while
the Stanford men will weigh about
166. These weights are not up to
those of last year's teams.
The California rooters held a big
bleacher rally yesterday, with the
band In attendance. Yell Leader Har
tlgan and his assistants. Woodward
and Johnson, put the rooters through
numerous stunts, and the new songs
were rehearsed. California will this
year spring two songs that will be
well received by the public at the
game. One of them is called "All for
California," and Is the product of two
of the varsity students. The words
are by J. \u25a0 M. Hunter of the 1912 class
and. the music : has, been composed J>y
the yell leader. It" is a v catchy sons
and has a fine swing. The other song
is by Hal Bingham, yell leader in 1906,
and named "Hurrah for California.". J
An innovation at the game this year
will be a giant scoring board erected
at the north end of, the field. It will
be painted in the colors of the two
varsity teams and, besides showing
the scores, will also show = the names
Indoor Meet Planned by
Stanford Athletes
More or less of an innovation in the
line of track athletics will be Instituted
Thursday evening, .November 17, when
an indoor meet will be held under the
auspices of the Stanford gymnasium
club. It is planned to allow any stu
dent to compete in this contest. A con-,
testant may. enter. 1 one or all of the
events and the .winner of the meet will
be the man having the highest number
of points. This , man will be declared
the indoor champlon^of the university.
Abe Attell and Owen
Moran Fight Draw
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 9.— Abe Attell
and Owen Moran fought six fast rounds
to" a draw tonight. before the National
athletic club. Attell kept after his
English opponent from the sound of
the bell, but Moran was just a« anxi
ous, to mix as was. Attel ;and at the
end of the fight there-was little to
choose between the two fighters.
NEW YORK, .Nov. 9.— AI; Kaufman
was to have met Jim' tSewart at" the
National sporting,club|tomorrow|even
ing, but in his. training work at Allen
hurst today he sprained his right wrist
and was obliged to call his engagement
off for the present. The pair will
meet/however, within a very short
time, as soon as Kalf man's arm mends.
Latoiiia Results
LATONIA So-rl f>.' — R. F. • Carman's Horizon
won thp handicap ' today tn lajpr^sMre fashion
after KPttln* off . to a " poor \u25a0 start. -~ HeatU*>r
broom was practically left at the. post.
First race five 'and a balf fnrloncs—Atten
tive, straight :$7.80.-,won: ; Cplotta,- pUre I^.SO.
second- Eastern Star, show $6.20, third. Time.
1:07 2-5.
Second rac«>. Ms- farionjjs— Bat Ma«tfrson.~
straight SIM.OO. ' won; Knnda mental, place $».20,
spronlli'CbapuUepec, .show ?5.40. tfcinl. Time."
l:i:t2-5. . . \u0084 r
'Thirrl race. ; mile and ' a sixteenth, -s««»Ii Ins; — *
Dewomnetß, straicht $.".80. won; Sbap<laliV
place: ?S*. 2o.- second; 'All«*e' BalroV- *how' s4.7o,
third.- Time, i 1:47. . • - \u25a0; ;' ;.-'...-:.
. * Fourth race. : six S furlongs— Horizon, > straight
of the men who make tries and kick
goals. It is an excellent Idea and is
the handiwork of Trainer "Walter
Another idea that will be of great
benefit to the public is the method oZ
numbering the players, to be intro
duced for the first time in thia year's
game. Each player will bear a num
ber which will correspond to his name
on the program, and In this manner
identification is made very simple.
• • •
The California varsity srjuad did not
have any practice yesterday, but tha
jnen tried on their new suits for Sat
urday's game. All uniforms -were &
perfect fit and all the men on th<»
training table were supplied with.
In numbering the California team
the number "13" has been omitted.
Probably the California management
had in mind the hoodoo that went with
"13" last year for the Stanford team.
The game last year was played on tha
13th of November, and when the>
Stanford team had scored 13 points
they could score no more. Possibly
bearing this in mind the California,
men wanted to keep as far away as
possible from the hoodoo number.
« • •
The annual varsity smoker always
tendered to the varsity team just prioi*
to the big game -will be held in Har-»
mon gymnasium tonight. Th© affair*
promises to" be one big: success and
the enthusiasm over the game Is
greater this year than ever before. All
the principal men on the campus will
speak at the rally and Coach Schaeffer*
will officially announce his lineup for*
the game.
The "sophs" are scheduled to paint
the big "C" on Charter hill today. This*
is a job that sroes by tradition to the*
"sophs" at California.
$5.20. won; Srcin^j R. place $3.70, s«rnnd3
Ella Bryson. show $2.70. third. Time. 1:18 1-3.
Fifth ra<*e. mil* and 70 yards — Botraie Kelso.
straight $3.. r .n. won; John K»ait!on, plac» 12.30,
n»«>n<t: Carlton G. tb<*w $2. G0. third. Time.
t :44 4-5.
Sixth race, mile and 70 yards — Medallion,
straight $13.40. won: Trnprn<l«it. plae« J3.90.
second: Crossover, show $4.SW>, third. Tlme t
1 :44 4-5. '
Bad blood does not always come a3
tie result of careless living, or indis*
cretions ; it is a condition frequently
inherited. Normal, healthy blood
contains millions of tiny red corpus-
cles, which are the vitalizing and
nourishing element of the circulation,
their office being to provide every 1
j portion of the system \rith its neces-
sary strength and nutriment. Ifc
weak, impure. blood these corpuscles
are lacking in numbers, and therefore
the blood is not able to supply the
proper amount of nourishment to the
body. Bad blood manifests itself in
many ways. With some it takes the •
form of skin diseases and eruptions,
others become bilious and malarious]
with sallow complexions, torpid liver*
etc. Bad blood produces Rheunfatism].
Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers, Scrofula
and like troubles. Nothing is equal
to S. S. S. as a remedy for bad blood;
it is the greatest of all blood purifiers,
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