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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1967

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For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557 i
Monday through Friday, 12:30 to 2:30 P.M.

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Indians Smash Chisox, 5-3;
St. Louis Beats Pittsburgh, 4-3

FOR RENT

The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-
igan Regents' bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
ed to Off-Campus Housing, 764-7400.
WANTED-Female roommate to share
mod. 2-man apt. Near hospitals.
Starting Aug. 20. Call Linda at 663-
8268. C28
1-4 MAN APTS. available near campus
for Fall term. 761-0884. C29
SINGLES FOR MEN-Hill and Forest.
$40/mo. Linen, TV. Call 761-1743,
3-12 p.m. C27
3 OR 4 MAN bi-level furnished apts.
available for Fall. On campus. Dish-
washer, disposal, free parking, air-
conditioned. Call NO 5-9627 after
5 p.m. C23
FURNISHED ROOMS for women, some
with cooking facilities. Phone 668-
7727. 05
2 ROOMS available for fall in 5 bed-
room house. Private room, share rest
of house. Call 662-2043. CA
AVAILABLE AUG.22
CAMPUS-near
ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL
-New, spacious, 1 bedroom apt.
-Completely furnished, air-
conditioned and sound-proofed.
-$195 per month includes all'utilities
except electricity.
DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600
C19
PACKARD AVENUE
APARTMENTS
736 PACKARD
Now Renting for Fall
2 or 3 man bi-level or efficiency.
Furnished, air-cond., parking, close
to campus. Manager on premises.
Phone NO 3-5584 or
NO 3-8866 before 6 p.m.
C
FALL RENTAL
STATE ST. MANOR
1111 S. State, across from Yost Field
Houe. 3 and 4 man, modern, luxury.
air-cond., garbage disposal, balcony.
Call 1-864-3852. Call collect, C4
WANTED-A spidery attic for this fall.
Must have floor, walls, air and other
essentials. Call 665-8722. CE
815 EAST ANN
Fall Occupancy
Air-conditioned 1-bedroom apartment
with off-street parking.
Also: other air-conditioned 4-man
apartments with wall-to-wall car-
peting, new furnishings, disposal,
laundry facilities, and parking. Rent
starts at $205 per month. 662-7787,
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT INC.
335 East Huron
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FOR RENT
RELIABLE married couple. No chil-
dren, no pets, desires one-bedroom
house or apt. Sept. 1-Dec. 31. Loca-
tion unimportant. 761-0238. C28
A QUIET SINGLE ROOM which has a
porch. In private home. Working
person or student. Cross ventilation.
Near bus route. 668-6551. C32
2 MAN APTS.
-new, completely furnished and
air-conditioned
-3 blocks from the heart of the
Campus
-$150-$155 per months plus utilities
-available now for Fall rental

DAHLMANN APTS.
761-7600

SUMMER SUBLET

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No. But a nice two bedroom, 3-man
apt. in a brand new, modern build-
ing. Located near campus and the
commuter bus.
110 Hill
S Call 761-8055
C24
FALL RENTAL
1506 Packard
Ann Arbor's Most Spacious Apt. 2, 4.
or 5 man, large porches, ample
parking. Call 1-864-3852. C5
418 E. Washington Street
WASHINGTON
MANOR
ON CAMPUS-NR. FRIEZE &
ANGELL HALL
We are now leasing for Fall 1967
DELUXE & SPACIOUS 1uBEDROOMS
FOR 3 STUDENTS. Fully furnished
in modern decorator colors, bal., air-
cond., disposals, soundproof, laundry,
storage. EXTRA FEATURES - Large
study hall and a very quiet building.
]For appt. call NO 8-6906.
C11
1506 Broadway
Modern unfurnished 1-bedroom apart-
ment with wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, stove, and refrigerator. Immed-
iate summer or fall occupancy.
Other 2-bedroom unfurnished apart-
ments.
CAMPUS3MANAGEMENT, INC.
337 East Huron
662-7787
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COUPLES ONLY
VAN DUSEN
MANOR
1210 W. Stadium Blvd.
1000 sq. ft. Unfurnished Apt. includes:
-2 bedrooms
-dining room plus kitchen with
separate eating area
-air conditioning and private
balcony
-$155 per month includes all utilities
except electricity'
-wall to wallcarpeting is available
761-7600
C13
FOR FALL
BI-LEVEL
ALBERT TERRACE
1700 GEDDES
-Beautifully Furnished
-2 Air-Conditioners
-Dishwasher
-Fully Carpeted
-11/% Baths
-Elevator
-All-Masonary Construction
-4 and 5 Man Units

4TH GIRL WANTED for 5 man apt.
Modern,nair-cond.,squiet, private
patio, near campus, inexpensive.
Mary, 761-1368. U43
HAVE YOUR own room. All facilities
and conveniences. Very cheap. From
now until August 20. Close to cam-
pus. Air-conditioned. 761-6201. U31
4TH GIRL WANTED - July, August.
Modern apt. near campus. Usuals-
air-cond. Call 665-7391. U42
SUMMER SUBLET-$100. New, furnish-
ed, pool. Call 971-0667 after 5. U38
WANTED TO RENT
APT. OR HOUSE wanted for Fall, for
2 female grads and 1 friendly quiet
dog. Distance no object. Call 665-
2162. L26
FEMALE STUDENT and 4 children
ages 8 to 15, .need 3-bedroom house
or apt. in immediate AA area. Will
buy, rent or lease. Call Flint, collect,
742-1133 or 787-2645. L27
FEMALE transfer student, Junior,
wishes apt. with 1, 2, or 3 girls. Call
Pontiac 338-4547. 1041 James K. Blvd.,
Pontiac, Mich L23
FEMALE JUNIOR transfer student
wants to share apt. with others.
Fall term. Write Ellen, 825 Field
Ave., Plainfield, N.J. 07060. L22
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
GILERA 106 SS, 1700 miles. 4 stick,
65 mph, cover, runs great. $250. Call
434-0327 after 5. Z47
FOR SALE-'66 Honda 305 Scrambler.
$500. 663-0660 before 3 p.m. Z44
'66b SUZUKI, 250 cc. 400 miles, ex.
shape, 2 helmets, best offer over $500.
761-9450 after 5. Z45
HONDA '65, 1967. 600 miles, exc. cond.
$250. Must sell. Call 761-6406 after 5.
Z46
BSA 175cc. $235; 761-9677 after 5. Me-
chanically good, dependable. Z42
H.ONDA 300, plus helmet. 8700 miles.
$500. Call 761-5857. Z39
1964 DELUXE HONDA 90, low mileage,
many extras. $250. 536-9829 Detroit.
Z17
BRIDGESTONE 90 Trail, 12 horsepower,
$300; Honda Sport 50, $110; 1967
Bridestone 175 new, $595; 1967
Bridgestone 175 Scrambler, $625.
Custom Painting
UNIVERSITY MOTORCYCLE SALES
211 E. Ann NO 2-3979
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HONDA 150. $300. Call Campus Bootery.
Ask for John. Z24
NOW
DUCATI
Only the best for the nicest people
Honda of Ann Arbor
3000 Packard at Platt
665-9281
Z18
HONDA 150 bored to 160 cc. Like new.
See and make offer. 668-7846. Z32
DOWNTOWN HONDA
CAMPUS LOCATION
"WE Service
What We Sell"
(AND OTHERS TOO)
YOU CAN PURCHASE a cycle any-
where, but the combination of
cycle sales at competitive prices
and CONVENIENTLY lo c a t e d
service is hard to beat.
WE FEATURE OUR SERVICE DE-
PARTMENT. This department is
headed by a man with 13 years
experience as an engine research
mechanic.
OUR PARTS DEPARTMENT is one
of the largest in the area.
TO OBTAIN ONE DAY SERVICE
phone in advance for an appoint-
ment,
P.S. We carry the full line of
HONDA exclusively, to serve you
better.
DOWNTOWN HONDA

PERSONAL
NEEDED-Male actors for UAC Summer
Stock to do one act plays. Call 668-
8661, F36
RECORDS - Selling- my collection-
mostly jazz and a few classical; 5Oc
to $1.25. Call 761-8472 between noon
and 2 p.m. FE
ALMA COLLEGE PICNIC, Delhi Park,
Wednesday, July 19th. Bring table
service, meat, drink, dish to pass.
Anytime after 4:30. F37
THERE IS A road rally on July 16.
Registration begins at 12. The start
is at the Arborland parking lot.
S.C.C.A.A. F38
WHERE ARE Crisler Falls? See the
back cover of THE SWINGERS'
GUIDE. On sale atnewstands and
bookstores, or send 69c to Swingers'
Guide, 11357 N. Shore Dr., Whitmore
Lake, Mich. F32
REMEMBER - Nationally advertised
franchise rings such as Artcarved,
Keepsake, Columbia, and Orange
Blossom cost you 20-40% more. Don't
be misled by a name Austin Dia-
mond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151, Fl
STROBE LIGHTS. 662-2769. 1215 S.
University, Apt. 4. F
S.A.E. ROAD RALLY-Picnic. Sat., July
8, 12 o'clock. Auto.Lab. Call 764-2239
for info. F33
NERVOUS? LearnA self-help. Recovery
Inc., Box 231, Ann Arbor. 668-7030.
F
FRESHMAN!!
Are you taking Spanish 101 or 102 in
.he Fall? Get your workbook cheap
for $2 50. (In the bookkstores it costs
$395). Call Steve, 662-8225, evenings.
FA
LITERATURE-POLITICS - GENERA-
TION(s). Contribute to "Overflow."
Ron, 663-2348 or Richard, 665-2154. FE
WAKE-UP SERVICE. Have your phone
ring at any designated time, day or
night-LOW RATES. DON'T BE LATE
FOR CLASS OR WORK - AGAIN.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE,
665-8871 (24 hours). F
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19 in, all channel portabl esfor
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery. Phone 662-5671. F
FOR M.G.s and TRIUMPHS-Two 15-
inch wire wheels and two new tires
which havenever touched pavemen.
Ron, 663-2348FE
HELP WANTED
URGENT NEED for color-blind sub-
jects-Ordinary red-green color de-
fectives. Good pay-easy work. Ad-
vance knowledge! I Call Mr. Lee at
764-0574 or come on over to 5044
Kresge II, corner of Forest and Ann.
H15
MALE OR FEMALE-Part-time; eve-
nings or weekends. No experience
necessary. Apply Mister "S" Restau-
rant, 3325 Washtenaw (2 blocks west
of Arborland). H16
WANTED-MALE HELP
Waiters, dishwashers, pots and pans
and cook's helper needed for break-
fasts and noon dinners from July
23 to Aug. 18. Alpha Chi Omega
House. Small group of about 30 men.
Served buffet style. Please contact
at once. Write Box S4, C/o The
Michigan Daily. H14
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$7.50 FOR Rh positive. $10, $12 for
Rh negative. Hours: Mon., Tues.,
Thurs., Fri. 9-4; Weds. 1-7. 18-21
years old need parental permission.
MICHIGAN COMMUNITY
BLOOD CENTER
404 W. Michigan
Ypsilanti
Phone 483-1894
H
USED CARS
VW MICROBUS, 1961, exc, cond. Re-
built engine, auxiliary heater, radio,
very cheap. Call 665-6896. N16
1964 PONTIAC Tempset; V-8; auto-
matic, power steering, power brakes.
$890. 769-5185. N17
BUICK SPECIAL, 1962, 4-door, auto-
matic, radio. $395. Call collect 1-697-
8694. N
1960 VOLVO, A-1 cond Rebuilt engine.
$400. 761-3227. N15
'62 TAN MONZA hardtop, auto. trans.,
new brakes, exhaust, battery, shocks,
etc. 665-3418 or 662-0050 nights. N13
VOLVO 122S 1966, 2-door, 8000 miles,
perfect cond. 663-8200 after 5. N14
AUSTIN HEALEY 3000, 1965, Green;
and 1961 Red. Call 449-4370. N12

'65 VW SEDAN. Excellent running con-
dition. Must sell immediately. Call
662-9153 evenings. NA

BUSINESS SERVICES
GRADUATE STUDENT of Architecture
wishes to manage apt, in Ann Arbor-
Ypsi area. Has experience in building
maintenance and management. Call
665-5720 after 5:30. J22
TYPING-Experienced. Call Judy, 429-
7795, Saline. J20
COLLINS TAILORING
AND ALTERATIONS-SHOP
225 E. Liberty St. 665-8195
J2
761-3993
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE,
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medical,
legal and technical conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
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IT'S HAPPENED
TASK , ..

CLEVELAND (R) - Max Alvis C and Chico Salmon followed Alvis'
touched off a two-run first in- first inning double with hits, pro-
ning rally with a double and then pelling the Indians to a quick 2-0
homered in the second, triggering lead. Alvis slammed his 11th home
Cleveland's 5-3 victory over the run in the second inning.
Chicago White Sox yesterday. The White Sox closed it to 3-2
The defeat, trimmed Chicago's in the third before the Indians
American League lead to 11/2 added two more runs in their
games over second place Detroit half of the inning.
and two games over third place Pete Ward led off the third for
Minnesota, both idle. the Sox with a walk, and took sec-
Chuck Hinton, Rocky Colavito ond when Gerry McNertney beat
out an infield hit. Pinch hitter
A D nWayne Causey forced McNertney
and Ward went to third. Ward
scored on Don Buford's sacrifice
fly and Causey scored on Tom
FenMcGraw's single.
e Don Demeter led off the In-
dians' half of the third with a
" " walk and advanced to third on
Colavito's single. Demeter scored
and Colavito took third on Joe
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (R) Azcue's single. Larry Brown bunt-
a eto aed to reliever Don MMahon and
Heavyweight boxer Muhammad Colavito was caugh in ao run-
Ali was denied yesterday a license down. AZcue eventually scored on
to fight a bout in California to a wild pitch.
benefit poor children, Negro andaw 'tarter So
white, in the South.Starter Sam McDowell, 6-7, who
The California Athletic Com- gave up six hits, walked the bases
Thes Californi4-0ganthi Am-'full in the fifth. But he struck
mission voted 4-0 against Ali's out McCraw and Tommy Agee,
application for a boxing license,oesc tam.nHe fanned eight.
escaping the jam. He fanned eight.

Blass. Juan Pizarro got Tim Mc-
Carver to pop up on an attempt-
ed sacrifice and Mikkelsen came
on to face Shannon, who belted
his sixth home run.
An error by Maury Wills help-
ed the Cardinals score two un-
earned runs off Blass in the sixth.
Lawn t ennis
Group Still
Blans Pros
MONTDORF-LES-BAINS, Lux-
embourg ()-Tennis officials from
some 35 countries, led by a No, No
chorus from the Communist bloc,
slammed the door Wednesday on
Britain's plan for open tourna-
ments.
By 139 votes to 83, the annual
meeting of the International Lawn
Tennis Federation ILTF) decided
against letting professional play
in the World's big events-even
for an experimental period.
Britain, seconded by Australia,
had proposed open tennis for two
years. The motion required a two-
thirds majority.
Bob Kelleher, president of the
U.S. Lawn Tennis Association who
went to the meeting with an open
mind, finally sided with Britain
and threw in his country's 12 votes
in support of open tournaments.
At least 10 countries voted in
favor. But they failed to convert
the smaller nations, who feared
their players might be eased out
by the professionals.
They also feared that open tour-
naments might upset plans to have
tennis included in the Olympic
Games.
British tennis' officials for the
past several years have been eager
to open up Wimbledon to the pros
-making it truly the world's
championship - but never have
been able to swing enough of 'the
smaller nations.

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W141 uiem ener aostanng.
Ali, sitting calmly and seriously
before the commission, had no im-
mediate comment, except to say
he would not try to hold the fight
outside California.
Ali was stripped of his title by
the World Boxing Association and
the powerful New York State
Athletic Commission after he was
convicted in a federal court in
Houston, on a charge of refusing
to be drafted into the armed
forces.
He faces a five-year prison sen-
tence if his appeal of the con-
viction is upheld. California's
boxing rules deny any fighter a
license if he has been convicted
of a felony and even if he is
out op bond pending an appeal.
Ali refused to be inducted, con-
tending he is a Muslim minister
and objects to fighting on relig-
ious grounds.
Oakland boxing promoter Hen-
ry Winston said he had hoped to
stage the fight in the Oakland
Coliseum. Ali said he would pledge
all his proceeds, except for $100,
to a charitable organization buy
food for hungry children in Mis-
sissippi, Alabama and Geogia.
The California commission re-
jected a proposal recently to go
along with WBA in refusing to
recognize Ali as title holder.
Ali named as potentian oppo-
nents Floyd Patterson, whom he
destoyed twice, and Sonny Lis-
ton, from whom he took the title
and "I guess I'll have to just
issue an open challenge."
At the same meeting, the com-
misison deferred action on the
license application of Liston.
Commissioners said they want-
ed to check Liston's status with
the New York commission before
deciding. Liston, 35, was denied
on grounds of unsavory associa-
tion by. his managers and
handlers.

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* * *
ST. LOUIS (P)-Mike Shannon
smashed a two-run homer off re-
liever Pete Mikkelsen in the eighth
inning last night, propelling St.
Louis to a 4-3 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
The victory upped the Cardi-
nals' National League lead to four
games over the Chicago Cubs,
who were idle.
St. Louis starter Dick Hughes
was working on a three-hitter
and protecting a 2-0 lead in the
eighth inning when Donn Clen-
denon singled and Gene Alley
cracked a two-run homer, tying
the score.
Jerry May followed with a tri-
ple and pinch hitter Manny Mota
hit a sacrifice fly, giving the
Pirates the lead.
Orlando Cepeda opened the Car-
dinals' eighth with a single,
knocking out Pirate starter Steve

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 47 34 .580 -
Detroit 45 35 .563 112
Minnesota 45 36 .556 2
California 45 40 .529 4
Boston 41 39 .513 5%
Cleveland 41 42 .494 7
Baltimore 39 43 .476 8Y2
New York 36 45 ,444 11
Washington 36 47 .43412
Kansas City 35 49 .417 13Y2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 5, Chicago 3
Only game scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at Minnesota (n)
California at Chicago (n)
Detroit at Washington (2, t-n)
Cleveland at New York (n)
Baltimore at Boston (2, d-n)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
St. Louis 50 32 .610
Chicago 46 36 .561"
San Francisco 45 38 .542
Cincinnati 46 39 .541
Atlanta 42 39 .519
Pittsburgh 40 39 .506
Philadelphia 40 40 .500
Los Angeles 34 47 .420
Houston 33 50 .398
New York 31 47 .397
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3
Only game scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Atlanta (n)
New York at Cincinnati (2, t-n)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (n)
Chicago at Los Angeles (n)
Houston at San Francisco

GB
5%
51,
7%
8Y2
9
15Y2
171/2
17

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WANTED-Grad to share 2-man apt.
3745 Greenbrier, 2250. 764-3109, Dave.
030
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
Has Genuine LEVI's Galore!
For "Guys and Gals",
LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.98
Pure White and 4 Colors
Cord. SLIM-FITS-$5.98
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing---$7
STA-PREST Slim-Fits $6.50
LEVI JACKETS
"White" or,
Denim-$7.50
LEVI'S Supersims-$4.98
LEVI's Dungarees-$5.25
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"White" & Colors-$6.50
COTTON TURTLENECKS-$1.79
(Colors)
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
SAM'S STORE
122 E. Washington

UNION-LEAGUE

310 E. Washington

Phone 665-8637

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665-8825

1335 S. University
C25

Ann Arbor
TRANSPORTATION
NEED IMMEDIATE RIDE to California.
Share expenses and driving, 668-
6758. "26
U.M. JET CHARTER, Paris-N.Y., Aug.
19; $110. 665-2357 or 764-4303. G25
DRIVING N.Y.C. July 17. Returning
about Aug. 6. Wish someone to share
driving or riding either way. 662-
0086, Gutworith. G24
WANTED-2-3 small size households
moving to Los Angeles to share ex-
pense of large U-Haul van. Leaving
end of August. NO 3-6797. G23
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
A-1 New and Used Instruments
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
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presents
HIGH'
NOON
The original
psychological
western

FRIDAY

8:00

JULY 14

11

IRST TIME
IN
AMERICA!

Yehudi
Mlenuhin
,Thean
Bath
ii.Festival
SOrchestra,

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DEARBORN CAMPUS, THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

5 MINUTES FROM CAMPUS
Call 761-8055
C
PETS AND SUPPLIES
SHELTIES (Toy Collie), champion
sired, six weeks, $85. Also six-month
male, all AKC. Area 517- 546-2080
(Howell). T9
ADORABLE KITTENS. Free-Siamese
mother. 665-5301. T8
Enjoy Yourself
I Join The Dailv Staff

CINEMA II
presents
ADOLFAS MEKAS'
HALLELUJAH,
THE HILLS
(1 963)
"A gloriously fresh
experience in the
cinema' -Time

YEHUDI MENUHIN and the
BATH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA
CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN ......
Soloist, Yehudi Menuhin
CONCERTO FOR PIANO .......
Soloist, Hephzibah Menuhin

. Bach
Mozart

DUIRRONMA TT

JUL1 1 %INTERMISSION
8:30 SYMPHONY NO. 44 .............Haydn
VARIATIONS ON A
THEME OF FRANK BRIDGE . .. .,.Britten
CONCERTO GROSSO .'.........Handel
SUN,,VIOLIN CONCERTO .............Mozart
CONCERTO FOR
JULY 16 VIOLIN & ORCHESTRA ... . Blackwood
4:00 BRANDENBURG CONCERTO NO. 3 .. Bach
SYMPHONY NO. 29... , .......Mozart

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