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Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - September 26, 1970, Appleton, Wisconsin Album Dale wins 24th in Row no. 1 Antigo romps 38-0 by the associated press Antigo and Auburndale the top ranked Large and Small wis Consin High school football pow ers respectively romped to shutout victories Friday night to action across the Pace prep state. Their team efforts were Over shadowed by some outstanding individual work though Marily from Weston s in Dan bucs magic no. 3 after mets continued from Page 2 hit and fired to the plate beat ing Ken Boswell by several Steps. There was a Challenge both said Stargell. The situation Calls for him to run figured i had to make a goo throw. I would t say that thro was my Best throw but it a Good rips 3rd hit in the Bottom of the eighth Manny san Guillen ripped i third hit of the game moved u in a walk and scored the Devcic ing run on Stargell s hit. The mets got a run Back in the ninth and had runners at first Anc second with none out. But Cleon Jones flied out and then a Shamsky struck out As Sanguily Len threw out Tommie age trying to steal third to compleat the double play and end the game. Rick Wise fired a five Hitte for the Phillies and consecutive homers by Tim Mccarver and Don Money sunk the cubs. Wise also drove in a run with a hit after the cubs had Walker Larry Hisle to get at him in fourth inning. Tony Taylor had three hits including a double for the Phillies. Tommy Davis had a two run Homer for Chicago. Not going to leave Durocher summed up his feel Ings by saying simply i m no going to leave Here and jump off a Ron fairly s three run Homer with two out in the ninth inning carried the expos past the cardinals. St. Louis had rallied for three in the top of the ninth to take the Lead before singles by Mack Jones Bob Bailey Anc Jln Fairey closed the Gap Anc fairly delivered his 15th Homer. Houston broke Loose for four runs in the 12th inning to whip Atlanta. Marty Martinez Pinch single drove Home the tie break ing run and then Doug Rader singled for two More and Norm Miller capped the rally with an rib double. Tom Haller had three hits scored three runs and knocked in another in los Angeles Victory Over Cincinnati. Lee May homered for the reds. San Diego overcame four san Francisco homers two by Willie Mccovey to whip the giants. Rafael Robles contributed two hits to spark a pair of padre rallies and Rookie Dave Robin son crashed a Home run. Fearing and Berlin s Larr Hollmaier. Fearing picked up 376 Yard Rushing in 25 carries for a 15 Yard average and scored touch Downs on runs of 69, 62, 24 an 5-Yards As Weston downed la Farge 41-22. Hollmaier collected 231 Yard Rushing and scored six touch Downs and two two Point conver Sions for a total of 40 Points in Berlin s 52-0 Romp Over Weyauwega. Antigo no. 1 in the a big ten and 4-0, knocked off Rhine Lander 38-0. 16th straight fourth rated Chilton 4-0 Chicago Philadelphia a r h by a r h by Kessinger is i 0 1 0 Bowa is 4110 Beckert Zub 4100 Taylor 2b 4131 Willams of 4110 Briggs if 4000 if 4123 Johnson 1b 3 0 1 1 Santo 3b 4010 Mcarver c 4121 Hickman in 3000 Money 3b Pepitone of 3000 Stone of Hundley c 2000 Hisle of Tepavich in 1000 Wise p halt c 0000 Pappas p 1000 Davis pm 1000 Regan p 0000 Wilhelm p 0000 Smith pm 1000 a Rodrigez p 0000 4221 3000 3000 3011 picked up its 16th straight vie tory in a three season Span be bind the running Power of Back Steve Rozman. Rozman rushed for 137 Yards in 28 attempts. Janesville Craig ranked fifth and 3-0. Dumped ninth ranked Madison West 7-3 in one of the Many rain spaced games. West lost a first Quarter score when the officials detected an extra player on the Field Call ing Back an 80-Yard punt return by a disappointed Jamie Thom As. Craig s defense and the downpour stopped All other West thrusts. Schofield. Ranked sixth and 4 0, was paced by tailback Lester Cheyka s 150 Yards Rushing and three to s in its 28-13 Victory Over Wisconsin rapids. 7th rated seventh rated Sun Prairie 4 0 downed Jefferson 17-0 but Baraboo ranked eighth could t finish off Reedsburg. They can to either until monday when the game is resumed at the Start of the second half tied 14-14. The lights went out. Auburndale top rated in the 32 3 s 3 total 325105 3 total Phiiip Esphia 100 102 1 0 x 5 1. 2, Philadelphia 7. Santo , Bowa . Mccarver Money in h r Erbb so Pappas s 42222 Regan .0 22200 Wilhelm .2 21111 00000 Wise w.13-13 9 53308 by the associated press american league East division _ won lost pet. Go. Baltimore 102 54 .654 new York 90 68 .570 13 Boston 84 74 .532 19 Detroit 77 80 .490 25vi Cleveland 75 82 .478 27vi Washington 70 86 .449 32 West division Minnesota 95 61 .609 Oakland 86 71 .548 9. 2 California 81 75 .519 14 Kansas City 62 94 .397 33" Milwaukee 62 95 .395 Chicago 56 100 .359 39 clinched division title Friday s results. Baltimore 9, Cleveland 7 13 innings Boston 5, Washington 1 Detroit 3-3, new York 1-8 Oakland 6, California o Minnesota 1, Kansas City 0 Chicago 5-2, Milwaukee 1-3 today s games Oakland Blue 20 at California Mur Phy night Detroit Reed 1-3 at new York Peter on 18-11 Baltimore Palmer 20-10 at Cleveland Paul 2-7 Milwaukee Puttin 13-12 at Chicago Weaver 1-2 Boston Siebert 14-8 at Washington Gogolewski 2 night Minnesota Blyleven 10-8 at Kansas City Johnson night sunday s games Oakland at California Minnesota at Kansas City Milwaukee at Chicago Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at Washington Detroit at new York monday s games Kansas City at Minnesota Chicago at California night National league East division won lost Pittsburgh -85 72 Newyork 81 75 hic ago 81 75 t. Louis 74 83, Philadelphia 71 85 Montreal 70 87 West division 99 59 .627 of Angeles 85 71 j45 13 an Francisco 84 72 .538 14 Tanta 75 83 .475 .24 Louston 73 83 .468 25 an Diego 62 95 .395 36vi x clinched division title Friday s results Philadelphia 5, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 4, new York 3 Montreal 7, st. Louis 5 Houston 7, Atlanta 4 12 innings los Angeles 9, Cincinnati 3 san Diego 7, san Francisco 4 today s games san Diego Kirby 10-16 at san Francis co Marichal 12-10 los Angeles Sutton 14.12 at Cincinnati Gullet 4-2 Houston Dierker 14-12 at Atlanta Stone 11-10 new York Seaver 18-12 at Pittsburgh Blass 10-12 Chicago Decker 2 7 or Gura 2-2 at Philadelphia be Recti 5-3 is. Louis sales 5-7 at Montreal Stoneman 6-15 sunday s games st. Louis at Montreal Chicago at Philadelphia new York at Pittsburgh Houston at Atlanta los Angeles at Cincinnati san Diego at san Francisco monday s games Chicago at new York night san Francisco at Houston night Little notched its 24th consecutive Victory 34-0 Over Strat Ford. Rich Weiler picked up 164 Yards Rushing for the victors now 5-0. Second ranked Royall 4-1, lost to North Crawford 6-0 As Craw Ford scored after a Royall Fum prep Grid scores we. Gale Ettrick 4-0 dumped Arcadia 26-6 and North fond do Lac 4-0 edged Lomira 7-6. Sixth ranked Westby 3-1 lost to Cashton 6-0 As a Westby 95 play was called Back on an illegal procedure penalty. No. 7 Pardeeville 4-fl Defeated Westfield 32-0, eight rated Waunakee 4-0 nipped Verona 3-0 and tenth ranked Darlington 3-0 shut out Lancaster 28-0. Kaukauna it a sums Conant Madison also posts one sided Frosh Victory Kaukauna crushed defending Champion Neenah Conant 50-0. As the Fox Valley Frosh league opened play thursday. In other games Madison humped Menasha Butte Des Morts 44-6 Wilson tipped Ein Tein 14-5 Kimberly downed Loosevelt 22-14 and Neenah Tann edged the circuit s new Viool Menasha Maplewood 6-0. Reed Giordana scored on runs f five and three Yards and also dded a pair of 2-Point conver ions to Lead the Kaukauna rout Newhouse also tallied twice n a 40-Yard punt return and a 0-Yard pass from Bob Steger. A 55-Yard Lunback of a pass interception by Bill Jansen a 32 Ard run from scrimmage by of Dercks and Mark ver Agen s Fumble recovery in the and zone were the other ghost ads. Jansen Curt Brandt and of Deering added 2-Point con versions. Scores 4 times Kerry Frank exploded for y the associated press och Kob a Kumb triv stir str a Mil next cd Bandtl 50, wet Tynberg bar Len 52, Wey Auma 0 new London 22, i Omro i 2v new Manawa a Jolo con m in. Moll ton 33, mlle. Lincoln m w. Washington 22, mlle. North 2 mlle. Boys tech 44, mlle. South 0 new Berlin 9, Greenfield Kettle Moraine 4, Pewaukee 0 Hatel Green 12, West Grant 6 Montello fall River Williams Bay a Palmyra 0 Hillsboro 52, new Lisbon 6 Wonewoc 12, wild Rose 6, Almond 0 mlle. Custer 30, mlle. West 6 Sussex Hamilton 26, Brook Tlell East 21 Oak Creek 6, Greendale 6 tie Musk Flo 14, st. Francis 8 Hales Corners a Kenosha Bradford North fond do Lac 7, Lomira 6 Luxemburg Casco 35, Sheboygan Falls 7 West Bend West 6, West Bend East 0 Waukesha 7, South Milwaukee 6 Madison memorial 19, Madison la pol Lette 8 Black Hawk of new glarus 0 tie Burlington 20, Whitewater 14 Cudahy 33, West Allis Central 20 Brookfield Central 10, Menomonee Falls Elst 6 Horicon 18, Dodge land 7 Sun Prairie 17, Jefferson o Monona Grove 7, Middleton 6 Waunakee 3, Verona 0 Poynette 10, Wisconsin Heights 0 Cambridge 29, Madison apostles 0 Platteville 34, Viroqua 8 River Valley 8, Boscobel 0 mount Horeb 21, Dodgeville 0 Prairie do Chen 20, Iowa Grant o Mineral Point 0, Cuba City 0 tie Wausau West 13, Chippewa Falls 6 mlle. Pius 45, Milf. Cathedral 7 Mequon 15, Brown Deer 14 Hartland 10, Slinger 8 Campbellsport Rosendale 0 Fennimore 23, Riverdale 13 River Valley 8, Boscobel 0 Darlington 28, Lancaster 0 Bloomington 36, Cassville 0 Potosi 6, Highland 6 tie Barneveld 20, Seneca 0 Blair 6, Whitehall 0 Waupun 21, Plymouth 7 m a Sturgeon Bay Amery Moranburg 2j Unity 14, st. Crox Falls 14 tit Luck 20, Frederic 0 Osceola 20, Webster 18 Antigo 38, Rhinelander 0 Park Falls 32, Tomahawk 0 Medford 34, Phillips White Flash Day 12, West Allis Hale o mlle. Messmer 26, White Flash Bay dominican 12 mlle Marquette 12, mlle. Don Bosco i fort Atkinson 14, Edgerton 12 Monroe 14, Stoughton 14 tie Mcfarland 0, Lodl 0 tie Deforest 22, Waterloo 14 Schofield 23, Wisconsin rapids Lincoln Auburndale 34, Stratford 0 Nekoosa 22. Plots Viii o 19, Beloit Turner 12 Lake Mills 29, Orfordville Parkview 6 Evansville 18, Clinton a Oregon 28, Milton 0 Green Lake 14, Markesan 6 Pardeeville 32, Westfield 0 Princeton 13, Rio t Randolph 0, Cambria 0 tie Marshall 30, Hustisford 0 Johnson Creek 12, Deerfield 8 Hartford 14, Beaver dam 12 Watertown 22, Oconomowoc 10 Weston 41, la Farge 22 Cashton 6, Westby 0 Kickapoo 8, Westby 8 tie North Crawford 6, Royall 0 Toman 14, Sauk Prairie 3 Wisconsin dells 14, Richland Center 0 Black River Falls Mauston 12 Sparta 29, Portage 12 Mukwonago 21, Elkhorn 12 Badger 13, Waterford 6 big foot 49, Wilmot 0 Delavan Darien 33, Salem Central 0 Union Grove 20, East Troy 0 Brodhead 20, Juda 0 Lakeside lutheran 48, Madison holy name 6 Argyle 20, Hollandale 8 Kenosha Tremper 13, Beloit 10 la Crosse Central 6, eau Claire me Morial 0 Wausau East 20, la Crosse Logan 0 Eleva Strum 8, Alma Center 6 Osseo Fairchild 20, Fountain City 12 Augusta 6, Independence 0 Gale it tick Arcadia 6 Holmen 18, Bangor 8 Melrose Medoro 20, Onalaska 10 West Salem 0, Trempealeau o tie Mineral Point 0, Cuba City 0 tie Onalaska saturday september the Post Crescent b 3 Catherine ,6, Waukesha me 33 Cedarburg 0 j7, Menomonee Falls North 7 Kewaskum 31, Germantown 6 22, Abby Ford 0 Marathon 30, rib Lake 0 Spencer 27, Edgar 20 bulldogs Post 22-6 Victory Ebert Powers new London past comets on soggy turf by skip Hammerberg staff writer Waupaca a Strong defensive Effort and grueling ground attack on a Muddy Field gave the new London bulldogs a 22-6 Victory Over the Waupaca com ets Friday putting the bulldogs record at 2-1 in East Central conference play. The bulldogs drive was keyed by Ken Ebert who gained 122 Yards in 15 carries ran for a 12 Yard touchdown and successful Yard keeper with on Thione on the ground and two by clock. Penalty. At the end of the first Waupaca started a last min Ute drive which ended when a Thompson pass from new Lon Don s 23 Yard line was intercepted on the one Yard line by Dave Grain. The bulldogs ran the clock out in five plays. New London passed seven times for a total of 55 Yards and two first Downs. Their Rushing game gained 211 Yards and nine first Downs and they picked up one first Down by penalty. Half their ground game had accounted for a loss of 27 Yards in the second half they gained 17 Yards on the ground and ended the game with a Rushing loss of 10 Yards by completed two 2-Point Pat Waupaca gained 110 Yard beat huskies 21-6 pet. J41 .519 j19 .471 .455 .446 go 3vi 11 13vj 15 touchdown dashes of 17, 43, 44, and 25 Yards and also added a air of 2-Point conversions to Ace Madison. Dean Kurath s 33-Yard pass interception and Pat Long s 22 Ard reception of a Dave Cham eau pass accounted for the remaining Madison scores. Butte Des Morts which trailed 36-0, at the half got on the Board in the fourth Quarter on Bruce Biljan s 2-Yard run. Einstein grabbed a 6-0 Lead Over Wilson by scoring a touch Down in the second Quarter after a blocked punt. Jeff Jirschele went Over from the two. J Wilson took the Lead late Ini the second period when Scott Robertson scored on a 45-Yard pass play from Bill Schabo. Schabo ran the Point Over for a 8-6 Lead. Tigers notch 16th straight Triumph runs. Quarterback Mike Baehman put the Ball in the air seven times for the bulldogs completing two passes for 55 Yards one being a 45-Yard tour Ndow pass to Bill Stern. Baehman also suffered two interceptions coach Jack Kohlts bulldogs started clicking immediately in the first Quarter with Strong control of the Ball but an Early second Quarter touchdown culminated the team s main drive. The touchdown came with n the second Quarter when j Ebert rambled 12 Yards. At in the second Quarter the bulldogs gave the Ball its second trip in for another six Pointer on Baehman s pass to Stern following o Waupaca Fumble recovered by Ebert at the 33-Yard line. Only to the comets recorded their n he air on 28 attempts All but one by Thompson. They gained two first Downs through the air new London Waupaca 6-22 6 run Ebert 12 Ebert run Stern 45 pass from Byhman Lewis 4 pass from Thompson failed Baehman 11 run failed no w first Downs 12 5 total Yards 266 100 net Yards Rushing 211 Yards passing 55 110 passing 7-2 26-13 passes intercepted by 2 2 furn Les lost 5-3 3-2 penalties 6-60 7-65 season. Jeff Wieckert plunged Over from the three for the other Wilson touchdown in the third period. Gary Vanderzanden threw scoring passes of 60 and 50 Yards to Randy Van Hout As Kimberly broke a 14-14 tie against Roosevelt. Tom Welters hit pay dirt on a 6-Yard run. Jinn Morin accounted for All Roosevelt Points rambling seven and 65 Yards and also running one conversion attempt. Mann scored its to in the third period on a 33-Yard pass Erom Dave Eccles to Mitch Beatty. Maplewood s deepest Penetra a Tion was the Mann 17 in fourth Quarter. Dutchmen Frosh tie rings found a Bone crunching Paik Nufi 1919 winning attack to offset Remy Wolfn Konca Iff Stephenson s passing and upset Manitowoc Little Chute previously unbeaten Oshkosh st. John freshman football team Lourdes 13-0 Friday night at tied with Roncalli. 12-12. In a Minahan stadium game thursday. The two clubs with Tom Cotts. Tom Thomp were also deadlocked. 6-6, at the Json and John Faulds grinding Chilton two touchdowns in the first period sparked the Chilton tigers to a 21-6 Victory Over new Holstein Here Friday night. It was the 16th straight win Over three seasons for the tigers. The tigers currently fourth ranked in the state s big ten of Ligh school football counted a Omro posts 3rd straight dec Victory Ripon Omro extended its East Central conference whining Streak to three with an impressive 22-6 win Over Ripon Friday. Dennis Moon racked the rip on defenders for 181 Yards in 23 carries and Ken Tritt scored1 Wice for the rejuvenated foxes Tritt tallied the first two Omro touchdowns with runs of 1 and 2 touchdown on the opening series plated a Paf to air t i j four Yard slant for of play As they marched 64 Yards in 10 plays to score. Chilton Yards to piled Only up 95 260 for Only touchdown of the game in the waning seconds of the half when Tim Thompson completed a pass to Tim Lewis on a a six Point. The touchdown was the result of an All Aerial drive in which completed six out of new Holstein. The huskies had 83 of those Yards on the ground and just 12 on passing. The tigers now have a 4-0 Mark for this season while it was third straight setback for new Holstein. Mitch Frank scored the first Chilton touchdown when he caught a 31-Yard pass from Ken Schommer. The Aerial capped the 64-Yard March which had been confined to the ground until the Schommer to Frank Yards. He also added 2-Poinl Pat. Mickey fancier accounted Foi the other Omro to with a 25 Yard Jaunt and John Lenz the two Points with a run Ripon s Only score came on s 14-Yard pass from Steve Stell a Cher to Kelly o Brien. The pass. Tom Mcmunn booted his first of three successful conver Sions. Steve Rozman Chilton s Lead ing ground gainer in the contest scored the second Tiger touch Down of the opening period. Rozman went 24 Yards on an off tackle play capping a 35-Yard drive that was covered in three Quick plays. Chilton took Over in Good Field position after a Short ight attempts for 73 Yards. At the end of the half the bulldogs led 16-6, and coach Wohlt adjusted his team to Hault the Comet s Aerial game putting his secondary on the Ball instead of picking up the Man. The third Quarter was uneventful score Wise though the bulldogs gained 73 Yards on the ground compared to Waupaca s three. The comets attempt to gain through the air also failed. In the fourth Quarter the comets Rushing game gained them 14 Yards while their Aerial attack again proved to be their Only offence. Bulldogs tally meanwhile the bulldogs gained Possession at Waupaca s 46 red sox Pound Washington 5-1 Yard line and ground game stuck to to score their their third Ami Clinch the the six Pointer was by Dick Couch associated press sports writer the Long season is Over for Little Luis Aparicio. But big Frank Howard struggles on. Aparicio Chicago s 36-year old Bantam set a major league record Friday night by playing his game at shortstop As the White sox trimmed the Mil Waukee Brewers 5-1 in the opener of a doubleheader. Then As the Brewers bounced Back to take the Nightcap 3-2, Texas tech to Challenge longhorns Darrell Royal would t mind being no. 1 but right now he s More concerned with no. 22. With that in mind hell Send his second ranked Texas Long horns after their 22nd consecutive Triumph saturday night against Texas tech in Lubbock and stadium be the place where Texas last lost a football game. The year was 1968 and the score was 31-22. Both teams Are unbeaten this Young season Texas routing California and Texas tech under new coach Jim Carlen. Downing Tulane and Kansas. Aparicio prepared to depart for his native the sox Blessing a career High Bat Ting average of .313 and a signed contract for the 1971 sea new Puz Bato i As pleased to see that _ _ _ _ _ 3 i of f t Artvie again added the Point Chilton boosted the margin to 21-0 in the second period when1 Mike Weiler picked off a Huskie pass at Midfield and went All the Way to score. Mcmunn again converted. Bears win Loyal said after Texas picked i up 58 Points on top ranked Ohio i state in the associated press loss dropped Rippon s new Holstein got on the Mark to 0-3 and 0-4 in the final Quarter on an 11-Yard pass play from Omro rambled for 291 Yards on the ground and failed to gain through the air. However Ripon garnered Only 148 Over the soggy turf and added 53 passing. Pennings ground attack defeats the Mann 17 in he Oshkosh Lourdes i j a. W ia1 Steve Aggen to Chuck Lefeber. The to huskies Fumble on the 11. Was set up recovered a when the Chilton on Rozman picked up 137 Yards in 28 carries for Chilton. Son. Howard Washington s Mas Sive slugger took an o-for-4 col Lar As the senators bowed to Ray gulp and the Boston red sox 5-1. He has gone witless in five games Over the last seven Days j senators Skippy Wil Liams said Howard who leads Jive America Inus 42 j Home runs is so tired he barely can swing a Bat. But will not j leave the lineup while the Homer race a undecided Minnesota s Harmon Killebrew is just one behind Baltimore topped Cleveland p-7 on Terry Crow Ley s 13th inning Homer Minne Sota nipped Kansas City 1-0 on Jim Perry s two hitter the new York Yankees won their double header Nightcap against Detroit 8-3 after bowing 3-1 in the opener and Oakland beat California 6-0. Culp held the senators witless until the seventh and finished with a four hitter while Rico Petrocelli and George Scott poked two run singles in the sixth. 2-run blast Crowley s two run blast in the 13th lifted the orioles past Cleveland after they squandered a 7-2 Lead in the ninth. Dave Mcnally trying for his 24th Vic tory left for a Pinch hitter in the top of the ninth and the indians promptly raked relievers if you enter a Beauty con test you like the folks to vote Hortonville the Hor you harrier meet for five Der s three run Pinch Homer the Conville Cross paced by 1-2 country finishers team. Steve Bergmann and Randy Ebben captured a quadrangular meet tech s defense led by Eno big blow. Perry limited the royals to a at its Best to contain the Long a or Chilton new Holstein de Pere de Pere Penn first Downs rustling Yards passing Yards passes intercepted by penalties 7 i 0 no 5 s3 12 2-10 1 1-1 3-25 0-21 6 c 12 193 scoring double in the fourth against Waupaca Weyauwega Boras devastating a and Winneconne Here thursday attack with Eddie Phillips at cellar is the the Polar bears wound up the controls and Steve Worster. Other Winner m with 27 Points while the comets Jim Bertelsen and Billy Dale 106. Bergmann crossed the finish that game is just one of 17 line first with a the Light saturday night i for the 2.3-mile course. Ebbe Nithe Only other one featuring they Ert Roth for run w was just one second behind. Ron member of the aps top then e 3-9 3-3 6-65 of Weyauwega. Was to takes place in los Angeles. I another Ewd behind. Where lath ranked Urcla enter Jonn 32 order were Gene gains Northwestern. Weyauwega John other night action finds East Ohman. Her Onville m a r i Carolina at the Citadel. Wake esl move with me ing paper makers lose Cross county a Romeis Waupaca Bruce Bey Forest at Rusdorf. Waupaca Dale Jorgen Siana state. North Texas staff Esie Raay Hing of " Dom to i y of Nail the al Stu Driessen accounted for both Chuter scores six and 11 cards. On runs of out the bulk of the Squires 222 Yards Rushing and Stephenson clicking on 5 of 18 passes for 81 Siana state. North Texas state l r Grewe Louisville. Davidson at Rich by the associated press a h i a if Conville and Tom Jack. Texas Arlington at South pitching Jim Perfy three places and Defeated Kim Ville. Ern Mississippi. Mississippi twins became the major hoi it

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