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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, Manitoba12 the Winnipeg evening Tribune monday. December 12, 1932moose jaw unable to hold Early Lead against Toronto failure to kick beats Western juniors 8-6 Saskatchewan Grinders crash through for Early touchdown but varsity rallies to win Poronto. Dec. 13�?ontario had collected All the football glory there i la to Paas around Todey Benlor intermediate and Junior championships of Canada just s week after Hamilton tigers had bowled Over Regina s am hit iou roughriders in the major Gridiron Battle of the Campaign University of Toronto juniors and the yellow jacket of st. Thoms saturday brought this province the rest of the National titles but by much Lee convincing margin. I the Young proteges of Lou Carroll who stampeded through the enter of Legate Field on one Long breath then surprised even themselves by eliminating Malvern Grad in the Eastern final finished the season undefeated by out pointing Moose jaw maroons Western champions s-6, in the Dominion Junior final. At Montreal the yellow jackets _ won the enter mediate Crown for the second straight year with a 74> Triumph Over Montreal rally on varsity stadium s Frozen Field the Toronto students came from behind to the fourth Quarter to a Core winning Points on Punta after Maroon hemmed them close to their goal line with a Brilliant end running attack that failed to bring a touchdown but should have been utilized to Send them into the Lead on Sld Glea the fighting Prairie champions scorned the Safe Point making method and lost. Moose jaw scored a touchdown a arly in the first Quarter after Bobby Coulter varsity Backfield or. Had fumbled a kick on Hie five Yard line Ferguson slipped Over for the major Scorso on the last play in the first half the Blue squad evened the count Coulter romping around an end for a touchdown on a lateral pass trim Art upper. Early in the last period they were a till tied this time at 6-6. Battling against the wind the Maroon drove up Field in three successive sallies. Each Tima they got inside varsity s 35-Yard line and each time they went on to try for a touchdown and each time they missed. Break of Gama the break came when Duchak s wok was blocked and varsity recovered at Midfield. Upper sent a Long drive Back of the Maroon line Lor a single and in the last minute of play Coulter kicked the final Toronto single. Along the line. Maroons had an advantage in every period. Freddy j by dwell ran the ends in spectacular Lahlon and Duchak out punted up a per and Coulter. But the varsity i rear guardsmen Tore Oft big gains on their own behalf and found openings when they did the most Good. It marked the second straight defeat in the East for Moose jaw. A year ago they dropped a heartbreaking 14-13 decision in the Canadian final to Woodstock grads. Helps hold Leafs even a american Forward scores both goals against world s champions Reg Noble is cast adrift by Detroit club Detroit dec. 12 a Reg. Noble oldest player in years of service in the National hockey league was Given his unconditional release yesterday by the Detroit red wings manage. Merit. He got off to a bad Start in this his 16th season of professional hockey by holding out for nearly three weeks. Last season he had an even worse Start for waivers were asked on him. Then however the management relented and Noble responded by turning in one of the Best season s performance of his career. But this year he Hasni to made that kind of a come Back and has not been used regularly a Ince he came to terms with the management. Since 1927, when he was purchased from the Montreal maroons for $7.500, Noble has been the mainstay of the Detroit defence until this year. Trojans Are too powerful Southern California wins football classic by two touchdowns los Angeles. Dec. 12.�?Southern California were atop the United states football Heap today after out playing notre Dame for three period and outsmarting the visitors All the Way in saturdays classic to win the annual Battle Between the trojans and Ramblers 13-0. A record crowd of 100,000 saw the Home team win its 19th straight game and move a step closer to a wrestling match becomes a riot ii week end . By special system q a costs go 0veit�l1ie Champaign iii dec. 12-Alt Hough Southern California s Trojan Defeated notre Dame saturday to finish their regular season undefeated and untied University of Michigan had been declared Winner of the Knute Rockne memorial trophy today symbolic of the United states football championship under the Dickinson rating system. Southern California won on More game than the wolverines but professor Frank g. Dickinson of the University of Illinois originator of the system said Michigan outranked the trojans because of the superiority of Middle Western football in intersection games. Michigan had a rating of 28.47, with California second at 26.81. Pittsburgh undefeated but tied by Ohio state and Nebraska had 26.49 for third place. Morenz leads canadians to 3-2 Victory Over Detroit rangers bump Bostons ameriks tie Leafs there Long a been controversy As to whether a fighter could beat a wrestler and fans in new York Madison Square Garden Almos were Given the answer when Ray Steele right started tossing haymakers at championed. A Strangler Lewis left in their wrestling match. Steele was disqualified but not until after there was pretty much of a free for All with John Evko a wrestler getting so excited he just had to jump into the ring for the fun. He is seen climbing through the ropes on his Way out escorted by the referee. Buffalo bosons tie Syracuse International league teams fail to break 3-3 deadlock a Oronto dec. 12�?leaders of the National hockey league remained unchanged today after a week end of four games All of them overtime conflicts Only two of which resulted in a decision. The speeding new York rangers lengthened their Lead at. The top of the american division by scoring a 3 to 1 overtime Victory Over Boston Bruins last night and Maroon retained their one Point margin at tha top of the Canadian Section by drawing 2 to 2 with Chicago. Canadians snapped a lengthy losing Streak saturday night with a close 3 to 2 overtime Triumph Over the battling Ottawa senator while Toronto Maple Leafs were held to a 2 to 2 deadlock by to Simpsons smart americans in another overtime altar. The Leafs earned a 24-hour tie with maroons at the top of the group by gaining a division of the Points. Deadly marksmanship of Bill Cook Star Ranger right Winger accounted for two of the Blue shirts goals. His first goal of tha has father time overtaken him Veteran Detroit defence Man Given unconditional release Edmonton superiors score seventh straight Victory London dec. 12 a Edmonton London and contests at Glasgow second quot National quot championship inferior today were proud pos Uve Pool. Oxford did Birmingham two years. I sensors of an undefeated record in the record crowd busier Brown took High scoring honors saturday tallying three Law Southern of Tenn games be they journeyed to goals against the English team. R. Charlie Mcveigh Lakehead puck so Zebule ready Woodmen play ten less games than ports and forts Young Weston teams Are tied cubs and Robins deadlocked for leadership of flyweight league cubs and Robins climbed into a tie for the leadership of the Weston flyweight hockey league by registering 5-to-3 and r-to-0 victories Over Maroon and sheiks respectively. In another fixture. Tigers nosed out Hawk. 5 to 4. The Bright feature of the game was Young Well feat of scoring four goals in the third session to put the Tiger in the running Monarch Engineer lest year champions squeezed out a last period Victory Over Cougar spam Rook we. Mcalister scored the Lone goal of the game in a 10-minute overtime game Sharo Rook Cougar intermediates Defeated Laet year s champions 1 to 0. Due to darkness the game Between Monarch and rangers was called it the end of the first period with the former leading 2 to 0. Tonight Falcon play Monarch at 7.45 o clock. Fort William. Dec. 12 a re lease today of the Thunder Bay senior Amateur hookey league schedule which is to open Here on tuesday december 20, with the Lakehead Woodmen of the world playing fort William Reveny a somewhat of an Odd arrangement. It has been drawn to give fort William and port Arthur More games than the Lakehead Woodmen who Are to be accorded 5vs Points for every game they win As against three for every one won by their opponents. This is based upon the total of 12 games for the Woodmen As com pared with 22 for each of the other i clubs in a 78-game i Gomm. As usual fort Wiliam and port Arthur i will return Holiday Carnes with the Porta at port Arthur Christmas Day and ports at fort William on new years. As these fixtures come on sunday this year they will be celebrated on the monday follow a my. As season s openers fort William and port Arthur clubs will play Ben fit games for Christmas cheer funds to port Arthur december 13 and in fort William dec. 15. Jack Crawford wins from Ellsworth vines Call Fornet ride to Victory on the flying feet of Irvine Cotton War Burton a pint sized quarterback a sensational catch of a Forward pass by Bob Mcneish and a series of Well placed Quick kicks. Warburton started his team on the Road to the first score in the j second period by returning a notre Dame punt 39 Yards to the visitors 44-Yard line. The Little fellow j dashed to the 30-Yard line on the j next play. Pan for first score notre Dame railed a halt through the line then but Homer Griffith on i fourth Down with the Ball on the 31-Yard line tossed a pass to me Neish who made a sensational catch Over his head two Yards from the goal line and stepped Over. A Quick kick in the third period 1 was fumbled by Chuck Jaskwhich Bob ers Klinc recovering for the trojans on notre Dame s 26-Yard line. Southern California moved on to a second touchdown by Succes i Sive running plays. Notre Dame s offence failed to function during the first three periods but came to life with a bang in the closing Quarter when it was too late. Notre Dar e gained 131 Yards on seven completed passes from a total of 17 attempted Southern California completed Only one pass of Light but this toss was Good for a touchdown. The game was a rough Tough affair marked by hard line play. Larry Stevene. Southern California l Uard and Steve Banas. Notre Dame fullback were ejected from the game just 1 fore it was completed for hitting in the clinches. Excelsior in scoring mood Paris for their first game in a tour of the continent. Saturday night the Alberta hockey its ran up two goals in the first half minute of play and went on to win 6-0 from an outfit representing England. Previously they had won two other games in a Crossland had two and Albert Powers one. After the first Brace the superiors added another before the period was ended but ran into a scoreless slump in the Middle session the last three goals were added to their total toward the end of the final period. Rules governing Amateur sport i in 1933 will present few changes. The much talked of pro i Amateur question allowing professionals in one Branch of sport to 1 Plav As Amateur in another was shelved for a year but not until after a heated argument. Saskatchewan brought in the re years. But if the u. Of c. Is going to live up to its rules and traditions a stand one Way or the other should be taken regarding the . A a if Western senior Rugby does not appear to be on a Par with the East at least the Junior game is As Good if not better. Although fort Erie. Ont., dec. 12�?a three All tie was the beet Buffalo bosons could squeeze out of Syracuse stars in an overtime International hockey league fixture Here saturday night and they had to score twice in the third session to get even that. Syracuse n.y., dec. 12�?Syracuse spent More than 30 minutes regaining its Pace setting form last night before it finally took the Lead from Cleveland in their International hockey league Duel and went on to win 6-4 Buzz Boll former Regina pats Star scored three goals for Syracuse. Cleveland. Dec. 12�?Windsor bulldogs administered a 2-1 defeat to Cleveland indians in an International hockey league contest saturday night. Scoring first in the opening period the bulldogs held their Lead throughout the game. Detroit Mich. Dec. 12�?Detroit olympics led by George Hay. Veteran playing manager Defeated the Tecumseh of London 2-0, last night in a bitterly contested International league hockey match. Both olympic goals were scored i by Hay Crafty play maker from Regina. Boston trims Providence 5-1 rangers Lead is reduced scottish soccer Pace setters held to draw by Queen s Park strenuous game came on a Beauty a Ful individual play in the second a period and with Boston shorthanded through penalties in the Over time session. Bill streaked in to convert Frank Boucher s pase into the winning goal. Mcveigh 8tsr Charlie Mcveigh diminutive Lafe Wing Veteran of the new York americans was the Star of tha game at Toronto on saturday night. He scored both his team s goals on passes from Normyle Himes Clever Centre ice player. In the other saturday game Howie Morenz showed the stuff that has made him famous and scored the tying and winning goals to defeat Ottawa. Maroons and Chicago fought hard in their overtime saw off at Chicago last night. Hooley Smith opened the scoring on a first period Pas by Baldy Northcott Only to watch from the penalty Bench while Teddy Graham tied to up in the last minute of the period. Chicago went ahead in the second session on Vic Ripley s goal on i it assists by Taffy Abel giant defence Man. And Doc Romnes. Glen Bryd a son evened matters Early in the 4 third period with Hugh Plaxton and f Dave Trotter helping. St. Thomas intermediates retain Grid championship Montreal dec. 12.�?Dominion intermediate football champions for the second year in . St. A Thomas yellow jackets today could afford to laugh at the close Call they had Here saturday afternoon when they just managed to Edge out a 7-6 Victory Over Montreal s Westward maroons. T solution for the intermingling in one Brunch of sport and prior to the Moose jaw maroons failed to the annual session of the . A bring the Dominion championship of a. Appeared to have the backing Back to the Prairies they matched i Raul tips 111 adm Amer of the majority of the provinces the Best the East had and with a however. It appears As if they i Little better Field generalship could backed Down somewhat on their have come through earlier stand. A a a a pitted against a fighting uni i of Toronto outfit the westerners held their own throughout Melbourne Australia. Dec. 12 a Jack Crawford. Aus Ralia s leading Tennis player saturday Defeated Elsworth vines. Or. American and Wimbledon Champion 1-6, 6-4. 6-4. 2-6, 6-4. To win the championship of Victoria. Jack Arbour reported new Windsor manager Montreal dec. 12 the Gaz Elte Jack Arbour Velar an de Fence Man of the Windsor bulldog will manager that International league team until a new Mentor in named and May finish the season in the managerial capacity it in Learned Here the Gazette adds Herb Mitchell Hae been dismissed a. Manager. St. Aidana a club sweeps series with st. George s st. Adriana a registered a clean sweep at the expense of st. Seoi get i in a City Badminton league fixture winning All five matches. The results follow or j l. Stev is mrs. I. Smith heat Misa Dubarry ads Thompson 15.4, 15-8 Gallant mls s. Smith beat Goodchild Misa pen Nock. 17-14. 16-6 mrs Lloyd be it mrs. G. Stewart. 11-2, 113 t. J Clarke a. Manti Sainbert beat j. A Robertaon a. Moffatt. 15-8 15-1 Lane boat Short. 15-1. 154. No Gamble score 12-1 Triumph Over . In Community juvenile game Excelsior broke out in a a coring rash in the third period of their Winnipeg Community North division hookey fixture with . Saturday at the Granada rink to rattle in eight goals and thoroughly trounce the jewish youngsters by a 12 to 1score. The ultimate winners Lead 4-1 at the end of the Middle session. Walter roat with five goals Ross Papineau with three Doug John Ston with two and Latham and Hasa on netted for the winners while Wald Man accounted for the Lone goal Early in the game. A Lucky goal off the stick of a memorial defence Man in the first minute of it play and Joe Donovan s goal keeping for the winners were the deciding factors in Winnipeg a 4 Triumph Over King Mem this no doubt is due to the plan advanced in which the question will be referred to a special committee. This committee will investigate the situation from All angles and bring in their verdict to the next annual session. A t he Amateur pro. Angle cropped up a few years ago when a professional hockey player was al Lowed to perform against Amateur in soccer. Efforts have been made to come to an Alliance with the Dominion football association but to far have failed. A e the matter a been put aside for study by the committee but what of the professional performing against an Amateur soccer player. If a professional hockey player cannot play Amateur baseball in the summer there is no reason Why he should he allowed to perform against Simon pure footballers. A the football Angle a been a contentious one for several hockey fixtures indians win a a a Boston Deo. 12 Boston Bruins i and Only failure to punt for single Cuba overwhelmed the Providence Points on several occasions Cost a a 5.1 saturday night to avenge warm. Wino to ithe setback thedr first of the season maroons dropped a 14-3 decision to Woodstock grads in a game they administered by the Rhode Island also might have won. Sex Tette earlier in tha week. A Springfield. Mass., dec. 12�? following the Regina rough old in the presence of their Boss col ers the maroons Are becoming Onel John s. Hammond of the new perennial visitors to Eastern Rugby j York rangers Springfield indians haunts. It was the third time a Tomahawk d Philadelphia arrows during the past four years the by a score of 5-1 in a Oan Adlan maroons have travelled East and american hockey league encounter returned empty handed. However on the last two occasions it was just Plain Tough Luck they did not emerge with the laurels. A credit is due to Allan Wilson for the fins teams is has turned out. This year s was a mighty Classy squad and if is Mould another machine together for next year no doubt his efforts will finally be rewarded. Here saturday night. New Haven conn., Dee. 12�? new Haven and Springfield fighting to break a tie for third place in the Canadian american hockey league battled to a scoreless tie in a hard fought game Here last night it was the first scoreless tie played in the league this season. Falcon intermediates trim Kenora thistles Glasgow Scotland dec. 12 a weekend games in the scottish football league left leading positions unchanged but provided a Surprise when Queens Park held rangers to a. Scoreless draw rangers Lead was reduced to one Point by their failure to win As celtic in second place took Dundee 3-2, celtic got a lift to Victory when Gilmour playing for Dundee ran tha Ball through hts own Goalmouth. Meg Rory and Geatons scored celtics other two goals while Belfour tallied twice for Dundee. All scoring was done in the second Frame. Motherwell stayed in third place with Little difficulty taking East Stirling hire 4-1. Mcfayden scored twice for Motherwell and Moffatt and Ferrier once each. Cragie got East Sterling a Only goal. Hearts in fourth place Defeated Aberdeen 3-1. Smith Anderson and Coutts scored for heart and Mills for Aberdeen. Hibernian and Queen of the South leaders of the second division played a scoreless draw which left hibernian at the top. Fort Rouge club tonight s Sames bids is. Alexander Jamieson is Honeyman Johnston is. I townsman Bubbs is. i Bailey j is. Stevens. Ossa Srawl men s gifts from Dahl it i . Traffics Lead railway circuit football gossip Kenora ont., Deo. 12�?crashing through an indifferent defence almost at will the Falcon intermediates sent the thistles Down to a 7 to 5 defeat Here saturday night. Weston will be held tomorrow even j by a he g . As a solution to the j fifteen year old quot hot dog Smith. By Tommy Zavachan tha annual meeting of United a be one of the suggestion advanced 5 to trials. By it of a you done to risk a cent when you try the a Blue if not satisfactory return the package and get your Money. We predict you won�?Tt1 the a Blue Blade i made in addition to the regular Gillette Blade told in the Green package. Robertson juniors turn Back Norwood 16 to 10 Robertson juniors Defeated Norwood collegiate 16 to 10 in a girls basketball league gam�1. Virginia Nash practically Defeated the collegiate girl Augle handed. A coring 11 Points the teams were nor Wood collegiate Dunbar 3ducharme Hunter. Grant Magoo 5. Garrett 2. Roberta on Meyer. Brazanski. V. Nash 11buchanan 3lamp sky. Were Lake 2. J. Lasky. Nomads take measure of Maclean United Nomad took the measure of Maclean United in a Junior girls basketball fixture by a 16 to 10 score. Jean or Fader n. Lillian Small and .1 Sott. Account d Fot the Winner baskets. We lie s. Hill. M Suggit and s. Wigeon starred for the Leors. The teams were Maclean United Hill 5. Suggit 2. Wilson 3king Bigg r no made Mcfadyen 6. Hodgen non Barnett Small 6 Scott 4l. Scott. Ing in the Brookland hotel offi ers for the coming season will be elected and footballers throughout the City will watch proceedings with interest. It n expected that his old club will next sees n regain the High position it enjoyed a few years ago. United w eat on perhaps More than any club in Winnipeg a i been hard hit by the depression. The majority of their supporter Are employees of the Canadian Pacific shops. Short time has made it impossible for Weston fans to problem. At the present time Irish scottish fort Rouge rangers and the Young hebrews in the greater Winnipeg league operate Junior teams. In the w. And d. League . Is the Only member with a Reserve string although for years Winnipeg electric has looked after Kildonan. It 1� the intention of those fostering this move to play All the Reserve teams in this league along with others that might Nike application and it is ale their intention to draw from their Interne support the club As they have done teams whenever occasion May in. Past seasons but once times improve Weston will again be one of the outstanding teams in Winnipeg. To order to keep Pace with other i clubs at pre f it in a More flourishing state than the uni de Weston May have t gather Roud them a Leven younger players to take part in the proposed intermediate j league. This league if it operates will be for senior Cluba who conduct Junior teams. Let me explain this proposed league at the Semi annual meeting of the greater Winnipeg league a letter was received from Harry Randall Secretary of the Winnipeg and District league asking the g. to appoint a delegation to meet tace officers of the a. Amp d and talk Over the Prev ent situation 1 think i pm quite it afo in saving to it both bodies Realise that it is rot in the Best of football of operate two senior leagues in Winnipeg. Arise. It just Means that if Seni r player is injured the club Call upon on of the in terms dates at any time. But it also Means More. If the club is engaged in an important game end they Are not just sure where their senior player has fully recovered from an injury they give him a workout with the intermediate team. This gives the club with two teams a great advantage a a it is in the interest of every club to run a second eleven. What a w nerf us team United Weston could gather round them from the Young Talent available in the Weston District and what a Sale did senior team Weston would have if All the players living in w a on cored be a ier minded of turn out for the old club. This intern 1 a i nuo May be the turning Point for Weston they will have we tab every move very closely. Arsenal is pulling away from the remainder of the clubs in the first division of the English hold a five poll to advantage the greater Winnipeg league a rvs As on Omli quot a 1 a heftier a wed pointed a Delegate n to meet the nes Daya. Manchester City and Winnipeg and District league and West Ham United Are the improved a amp Mill. At this session it is jus possible teams during the last month. I that this intermediate league will keep your eve on them. In the Kenora net upheld Hie end i of the defensive a Stem in a creditable manner. Stew Smith Kerr and Hogarth provided the losers with a speedy attack we Hile the visitors depended on Cloutier Morrison. Rockwell and Roberts the latter nailing three of the tallies. The line up Falcons Gillies Walby Roberts Rockwell. Morrison Buddick de Demus Cloutier. Kenora a Smith Arthurs Wilton Taylor. S. Smith Kerr Krutz Bodnar. Novak Lindstrom. Wesley Speed skating club practice tuesday All members and those wishing to oin the Wesley s i id slip ten Canh Are requested to be at the Wesley rink Balmoral st. Tuesday from 5.30 to 7.30 for net Lee and stiff Long up. Bert Neal one of Winnipeg s Foremost Speed skater will be out to coach the club members. This will be a notable occasion for Speed skaters in Winnie. A the Wesley management is laying out a splendid six Lap track. Dust storm halts Cricket exhibition Ragga Ragga dec. 12 a dust storm brought about the cessation of play in an exhibition Crie it match Here today Between the Enir Dah Mcc. And a team representative of the Southern districts of new South Wales. The match was drawn. The scores were cd. 313. Ames i i. Brown 51 rumble five for 731 Southern District 266, Ely 67 not out. Bennett 53. And in second in j Nung 68 for seven wicket. The inter railway hockey league furnished two fast games at the stadium rink on saturday afternoon the r. Vice presi dents Defeated the . Purchasing team by the Cir be score of 2 to 1. The playing of Wright for the . Team was outstanding while for the losers Crockett and Jones played steady hockey. In the second tussle . Traffics Defeated telegraphs by a score of 7 to 6, thereby putting the traffic at the top of the league. This game proved very exciting and the winning goal was scored with Only two seconds to go a red Watkins playing for the . Traffics was the quot big noise quot of the a game. A Jerez a a useful gift a a i Dock s dress shoe a faultlessly Correct for every formal occasion these distinctive shoes May be had in selected Patent leather or Black calf. Custom Grade is 2 quot Bond Street quot. $8.75 hockey standings National league Canadian Section p t f a p Montreal .12 6 5 22.214.171.124 Maple Leaf .10 5 3 2 19 20 12 Ottawa _______11 5 5 1 26 25 11 american. ,10 3 5 2 23 28 8 canadians. .11 3 8 0 18 31 6 american Section Ranger. 10 7 2 1 38 22 15 Chicago. 12 4 4 4 21 24 12 Boston .10 5 2 1 28 23 11 Detroit .10 4 6 0 22 22 8 Canadian american league Boston 10 7 1 2 34 18 16 .10 6 2 2 23 16 14 11 4 5 2 22 24 10. .11 4 5 2 19 24 10 .11 4 7 0 25 27 8 11 2 7 2 15 30 6 Philadelphia Springfield new Haven Providence Quebec. International league Syracuse .12 8 2 2 39 22 18 London Buffalo. Detroit Windsor. Cleveland 11 5 2 4 19 12 14 .11 5 2 2 20 16 12 .12 5 6 1 21 18 11 .10 3 4 3 17 26 9 .12 1 9 2 26 45 4 Why Wear ready Mades Fine Blue Serge. Blue and 2� Grey herringbone suiting ��0 made in our sanitary workroom. With extra trouser $35 j. Norris amp son Ltd. For his Leisure moments what More acceptable gift than a pair of docks hand turned opera slippers $7�?or a pair of comfy fleece lined bedroom slippers at $3. Additional suggestions a Dock shoes spats half Hose Golf Hose Riding boots. Mail orders filled shoes for men 231 Portage Avenue phone 92 939 store will remain open evenings until Christma Toronto Windsor Montreal Winnipeg Hamilton j Vancouver a merchant tailors it it. M our window phone 0� 027
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