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Sunday,.September 24, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Michigan

ground

game

smothers

Bruins

" By JOHN PAPANEK
Special To The Daily
LOS ANGELES-It wasjust
like old times last night, as
Michigan handed a crushing
26-9 defeat to sixth-ranked
UCLA before 57,129 spectators
at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
While it may be a little too
early to order your Rose Bowl
tickets, you can rest assured
that the Wolverines are not
the pushovers t h a t many
cynics said they would be.
"It was a key game for us,"
Coach Bo Schembechler said after
the game. "We had to prove we
could move the football and we
did. We are going to get better
and our players will get better."
In walloping the Bruins, Mich-
igan officially ended its myster-
ious "Southern California Jinx."
The Wolverines were upset in their
last two visits here, by Southern
Cal and Stanford in the 1970 and
1972 Rose Bowls.
Two-point underdogs a g a i n s t
UCLA, the Wolverines ground out
381 yards on the ground and spiced
their attack with four key pass
completions, all thrown by sopho-
more quarterback Dennis Franklin.
Powerhouse fullback Ed Shuttles-
worth was the big workhorse of
the game, carrying 24 times for
115 yards and two touchdowns. He
was named offensive player of the
game.
Harry Banks, fleet but petite
tailback, rambled for 78 yards in
16 carries, and Franklin gained 68

SUNDAY SPORTS
NIGHT EDITORS: FRANK LONGO and DAN BORUS

AP Photo
BILLY JOE DUPREE, Michigan State's premier tight end, lets
the ball slip through his Spartan fingers, a familiar scene yes-
terday in State's game with Georgia Tech. Flubbed plays cost
the Spartans a chance or seven.

yards, mostly on option plays.
Michigan was as 'up' for the
game as a team could be. In an
attempt to psych the team, Coach
Schembechler kept his squad at
the same hotel they stayed at for
both Rose Bowl defeats. And Fri-
day evening, the team worked out
under the lights in the Rose Bowl,
where Schembechler gave his play-
ers an emotional pep talk.
"I don't have to tell you about
this place (the Rose Bowl)," he
told them quietly. "We're not go-
ing to let anyone push us around
on this trip!"
Apparently everything worked.
The Wolverine defense held the
Bruins to just one touchdown, a
one-yard drive by James McAllis-
ter in the third quarter, but ny
then, Michigan already led 20-3,
and dominated the game until the
final gun.
Ba added, "We knew we had to
control the ball, because they have
two great backs. They are one of
the finest offensive teams we've
seen, and we could not afford to
let them get possession of the
ball."
The Wolverines did execute clas-
sic ball control. Their four touch-
down drives consumed 74, 60, 80,
and 53 yards, mainly on the ground,
and eating up valuable time.
Michigan iced the game with a
drive in the fourth quarter that
consumed over seven minutes, but
ended on the UCLA 12 when the
Wolverines stalled on fourth down.
Michigan stayed mainly on the
ground, but took advantage of two
Franklin pass completions to
score touchdowns the first two
times it had the ball.
UCLA received the opening kick-
off, but the Mark Harmon-led of-
fense was stymied by the Wol-,
verine defense. Kermit Johnson
was blasted by Fred Grambau on
the first play,. and Harmon re-
covered his own fumble to put the
Bruins in a deeper hole.
Bruce Barnes' punt rolled out of
bounds at the Wolverine 26-yard

line and the Michigan machine got
itself in gear.
With third and three on the
Michigan 33, Franklin hummed a
pass over the middle to tight end
Paul Seal for 10 yards to keep the
Michigan drive alive.
Schembechler called on big Ed
Shuttlesworth to power for 27 yards
in six carrys during the drive,
while the Michigan line was slic-
ing giant holes in the Bruin de-
fense.
With third and six on the UCLA
14, Franklin kept the ball and
scrambled behind left tackle Paul
Seymour for seven yards and a
key first down.
Two plays later, fleet wingback
Clint Haslerig swept left behind
blocks by Banks, Tom Coyle and
Shuttlesworth for Michigan's first
touchdown. Mike Lantry booted
the extra point and the Wolverines
took a 7-0 lead.
After Lantry's kickoff, Michi-
gan again held UCLA, this time
dumping the Bruins for minus five
yards.
The Wolverines took over, and
promptly mounted another touch-
down drive. Michigan looked to be
in trouble, with third and five on
the' Bruin 42, but Franklin again
.ametthrough with a clutch 12-yard
pass to Bo Rather in the right flat.
Shuttlesworth continued to power,
and broke loose once for an 18-
yard ramble.
From the UCLA ten-yard line,
Haslerig carried around left end
for five, and Branks took the ball
down to the one. On third and two'
Shuttlesworth was stopped up the
middle, but on the first play of the
second period, Banks took a pitch
and flew around left end for the
second touchdown.
Lantry's extra point attempt
was wide, so Michigan led 13-0.
UCLA's three first half points
came on an Efren Herrera 39-yard
field goal.
UCLA had a drive going late in
the half, as Scribner came in to
lead the Bruins in place of Har-
mon. But a costly penalty, for hav-

AP Photo
MICHIGAN'S CLINT HASLERIG (43) rambles and rolls en route to the first Wolverine tally in last
night's contest against the Uclans. The Wolverines marched relentlessly in their first possession of
the pigskin and backed the Bruin defense against the wall and into a weak position throughout the
contest.

BIG TEN FALTERS:

Husk ies

nip

Pu rduep

i

By The Associated Press { two touchdowns each and the third-
WEST LAFAYETTE - Washing- ranked Colorado Buffaloes explod-
ton's 15th-ranked Huskies over- ed for 24 second-period points, as
came their own e r r o r s and they punished Minnesota 38-6 yes-
Purdue's 21-point first half with a terday.
furious rally to gain a 22-21 victory Davis, whose 119 yards rushing
in an intersectional football game in 15 carries gave him his sixth
yesterday. straight game with 100 or more
The clincher came with only yards, punched in Colorado's first
2:04 showing on the clock on a touchdown in the second period
25-yard field goal by senior Steve from three yards out and the
Wiezbowski. That gave the Huskies fourth TD with a 13-yard sweep in
their only lead of the game and the fourth period.
their third straight victory of the Johnson, quarterbacking Colo-
season. rado to its third straight victory
Purdue dominated the first half, without a loss, ran in twice from
going into the intermission with a one yard out in the second. Fred
21-0 lead. But Washington took the Lima booted a 40-yard field goal
momentum at the outset ,of the and was five-for-five on points
third period and kept it the rest after.
of the way. The Gophers, 0-2, made a game
The loss, the Boilermakers' sec- of it for one period, once driving
ond in as many games, oversha. to the Colorado 15 before a holding
dowed the super performance of penalty pushed them back, and
senior quarterback Gary Daniel- Steve Goldberg was 10 yards short
son, who rushed for 213 yards in on a 47-yard field goal attempt.
16 carries. * * *

Syracuse, 1-2, was stymied by 10
fumbles, seven of them lost, and
an intercepted pass. Orangemen
fell behind 24-0 before scoring in
the third quarter on Allen's 28-
yard sweep around left end.
* * *
Hawkeyes hammer
IOWA CITY - Fullback Frank
Holmes scored two touchdowns on
two runs and rammed 193 yards
rushing yesterday to lift Iowa to
a 19-11 nonconference football vic-
tory over Oregon State.
Iowa, 1-1, ground out 313 yards
before 51,229 fans to win its firsts
game in 11 tries on artificial turf.
The home opener was . the first
played on the Hawkeyes' newly'
AstroTurfed Nile Kinnick Stadium.
Holmes, who set a school record
with 34 carries, scored on a one
yard run to cap a 22-yard drive in
the first quarter set up by Mike!
Dillner's pass interception.
* * *

ing an ineligible receiver down
field, put them out of field goal
range as the half ended.
The Wolverines struck again the
second time they got the ball in
the third period. Starting on their
own 20, after Herrera missed a 54-
yard field goal attempt, Michigan
drove 80 yards in 12 plays, all on
the ground.
A personal foul penalty on UCLA
moved the ball to the Bruin 15, and
Shuttlesworth ate up the rest of
the yardage all by himself. -
UCLA immediately marched 63
yards for its only touchdown, the
big play a 21-yard pass from Scrib-
ner to split end Terry Vernoy at
the Michigan 45. He hit another
seven-yard pass to Vernoy to set
up McAllister's touchdown dive.

Michigan began its final TD drive On his second try from the one,
on its own , 47, late in the third Shuttlesworth pushed over for his
period. After a first down, the second touchdown. Lantry failed to
Wolverines had third and five on add the 27th point, but Michigan
the Bruin 42. Franklin dropped hardly needed it.
back and zipped a pass to Rather The Michigan defense was out-
for 10 yards and a first down. The standing, but Randy Logan was
period ended as Shuttlesworth con- named defensive player of the:
tinued to dazzle the crowd with an game, with Clint Spearman and
11-yard breakaway. Tom Kee a close second.
. The big fullback lugged 15 more "m h bc teod
yards in his next two carries "o Michigan won because they just,
yplayed better football than we did,
move the Big Blue Machine to the said UCLA coach Pepper Rogers.
UCLA 21. "They are a bigger team, they
Franklin sprinted out and hit 'il don't take chances and they conrl
Chapman with a bullet on the one, Anyay S e s
the same play that scared Mich-, iAnyway, Bo Schembechler shoul
the ame laythatscoed Mch-find out what a good night's sleep,
igan's only touchdown last week in Southern California is like to-
against Northwestern. night. He finally earned one,

Tiers, Lolich squnash Red Sox;

li-ui-sing

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Washington, led by senior quar- Irish ower Hoto d
terback Sonny Sixkiller, rolled up pooosiers opped
336 yards total offense to 316 for EVANSTON - N o t r e Dame's BLOOMINGTON - Texas Chris-
Purdue. *Fighting Irish opened their football tian scored early, then held off a
* * * season by scoring the first five furious In'diana charge led by Tedl
times they handled the ball yester- McNulty to beat the Hoosiers 31-28 '
Illin iEced ;day and rolled to a crushing 37-0 yesterday.
CHAMPAIGN - Top r a n k e d triumph over Northwestern. McNulty, a six-foot senior from
Southern California, twice trailing The Irish, ranked 13th nationally Columbus, Ohio, tied an Indiana
at 7-0 and 14-7, was ignited by without having played a game, un- record with 23 pass completions as
sophomore tailback Anthony Davis leashed a devastating ground at- 'he rallied Indiana from a 14-0
and exploded in the second ,half tack engineered by sophomore deficit early in the second quarter.!
for a one-sided 55-20 victory over quarterback Tom Clements and ex- McNulty hit on 23 of 35 at-
out-manned Illinois in an intersec- ecuted by such hard-running backs tempts for 282 yards in the air.j
tional football game yesterday. as Darryll Dewan, Eric .Penick Flanker Glenn Scolnik caught nine
Davis, used sparingly in opening John Cieszkowski and Andy Huff. of the passes for 175 yards, an IU;
Trojan routes of Arkansas and The Irish ran up a 30-0 halftime Stadium record.
Oregon State, boosted USC to a score and shut off any Northwest- ! The Horned Frogs broke open'
14-14 tie late in the first half with ern hopes of a second-half come- the contest with key plays for
the first of his two touchdown back when they took the kickoff long yardage, including the final
smashes. and marched 81 yards in 14 plays touchdown on a 62-yard pass play,
After that, the Trojans crushed capped by Penick's nine-yard from quarterback Kent Marshall!
the Illini with a 35 point splurge touchdown jaunt to make it 37-0. to halfback Bill Sadler. That gave
in the second half. * * * TCU a 31-20 lead with 9:48 to go
Illinois, relying on a rookie quar- Badgers romp in the game.
terback Tom McCartney, carried r
the battle to, the heavily favored MADISON - Wisconsin, sparked
Trojans most of the second half, by the running of Rufus Ferguson
but then collapsed under USC's and Rudy Steiner's two touchdown
awesome second half power gen- passes to Jeff Mack, converted , j '.U
erated by Mike Rae's passing and three recovered fumbles into scores
a relentless ground attack. and rolled to a 31-7 college football!
Illinois made its last bid in a victory over Syracuse yesterday. By JOEL GREER
78-yard drive midway in the third Mack's touchdown receptions, on Special To The Daily
quarter with Bob Hayes scoring plays covering seven and eight EAST LANSING - Eddie McA
his second touchdown on a one- yards, came 12 seconds apart and been waiting over a year to resum
yard run. gave the Badgers a 14-0 lead en-soadulwtth MiignS
y r.route totheir second victory in as sonal duel with the Michigan St
many starts. Syracuse's Greg Allen.sive backfield. As you recall,
Buffaloes storm fumbled on the kickoff after the failed to complete a forward pass i
MINNEAPOLIS - Charlie Davis first touchdown to set up the sec son's 10-0 Yellow Jacket victory.
and Ken Johnson slammed in for ond score. Yesterday, however, McAsha

Ut
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
TOTAL NO. OF RUSHES
Rushing
Passing
FORWARD PASSES ATT.
Completed
Intercepted by
TOTAL PLAYS
(rushes and passes)
TOTAL NET YARDS
FUMBLES - NUMBER
Lost
PENALTIES - Number
YARDS PENALIZED
PUNTS,Number
Yards
Distance
KICKOFFS, by
YARDS KICKS RETURNED
Punts
Kickoffs

CLA
11
3
1
46
189
60
10
4
0
56
249
0
0
3
35
4
198
49.5
2
16
42

MICH
24
3,
1
77
381
41
6
4
0

Shuttiesom
Banks
Franklin
Hasierig
Chapman
Thornblad
Heater
Totals

Individual Rushing/,
tries yds loss net avg
wrth 116 1 115 4.8
11 75 7 68 6.8
4 26 0 26 6.5
9 41 0 41 4.5 By The Associated Press relief of Siebert in the first, hit a The Orioles tied the sco
h 6 27 0 27 45 BOSTON-Mickey Lolich notched triple and scored on Luis Apari- top of the seventh on as
77 389 3 381 4.9 his 21st victory with a six-hitter cio's sacrifice fly. Coggins, a ground out,a

83
422
0 Lyman
0 Vemnoy
0 Johnson
53 Totals
3
104
34.6
34 Barnes
0
53 Scribner
Johnson
McAllister
Campbell
Tyler
long Harmon
12 Ferrell
10 Totals
10
12

UCLA
PASS RECEIVING
no yds
1 10
2 28
1 22
4 60
PUNTING
no yds

l

re in the
single by
and Paul

and Duke Sims drove home two
runs as the Detroit Tigers beat
td long Boston 7-1 yesterday and moved
p ion within one percentage point of the
0 21 first-place Red Sox in the Ameri-
0 22 can League East.
0 22 Sonny Siebert, 12-12, making his
r-Q= I first start in nearly two weeks be-
av~ *lo

Singles by Mickey Stanley, Norm Blair's fourth hit of the day.
Cash and Sims gave the Tigers a Jim Lonborg scattered 10 hits to
run in the fifth, Stanley's sacrifice pick up the victory for Milwaukee
fly produced another run in the and end a personal four-game los-
seventh and Aurelio Rodriguez hit ing streak.
a home run for Detroit in the * * *
eighth. Al Kaline hit another home anees cli
run for Detroit in the ninth. p

ag og

4 198 49.5 75

Seal
Rather
Chapman
Totals
Dotzauer
Franklin

MICHIGAN
PASS RECEIVING
no yds
1 12
2 19
1 10
4 41
PUNTING

td
0
0
0
0

Individual Rushing
tries yds loss net avg
15 92 2 90 6.0
10 50 12 38 3.8
10 39 3 36 3.6
3 7 0 7 2.3
5 22 0 22 4.4
1 0 2 -2 -2.0
2 2 4 -2 -4.0
46 212 23 189 4.1
Individual Passing
pa pe loss yds
1 0 0 01

no yds avg long
3 104 34.6 36

Harmon
Scribner
Totals

Individual Passing
pa pc loss
6 4 0

LINE
UCLA
yds MICHIGAN
41 Attendance: 57,129

ESCORE
3 .
7

9 4 0 60
10 4 0 60
6 9 0-9
6 7 6-26

5d
Ashan had
ne his per-
ate defen-
McAshan
n last sea-
an's luck

Teclh

stings

cause of a twisted right ankle, at- * * * CLEVELAND - Two-run homers
tempted to protect Boston's one- rbrewed by Ron Blomberg and Bernie Allen
Orioles brdr tdwand a solo shot by Roy White pow-
routed in a three-run Tiger first MILWAUKEE - Ollie Brown's ered the New York Yankees and
inning, clutch single drove home George Fritz Peterson to a 5-2 baseball
Leadoff batter Dick McAuliffe Scott with the tie-breaking run in victory over Cleveland yesterday
was credited with a double when the seventh inning yesterday and in a game shortened to 61/2 innings
Boston left fielder Dwight Evans gave the Milwaukee Brewers a 2-1 by rain.
lost his fly ball in the sun. Mc- American League victory over
Alifes lter came oun on anBaltimore, jolting the Orioles'
Arroriteroit'sefirstunn anAmerican League East title hopes. Magic Number: 10
error with Detroit's first run and Brown's hit pinned the defeat on With our fat hero coming
Sim an J~ Nothrp eental-Pat Dobson who had entered theth hher cm
ly knocked in runs with singles PtDbo h a nee h through :with another of his pat-
to giveLolich, 21-13, a 3- lead. game with the score tied at 1-1 ented clutch wins yesterday
The Tigers' ace lefthander gave in his first relief appearance of Billy's Bengals are right up back
up a run in the Red Sox' third as the year for the Orioles, rapidly on top again where they belong
pitcher Bill Lee, who came on in fading in the tight East division and with only one and a half
pitcerB____e,_ho _amen__ race.' more weeks to go, it's a cinch
It was the third straight victory that those latest ten magical
for Milwaukee, which swept two digits will quickly disappear.
games previously from the New
York Yankees to hurt their flag.
hopes.Allen's ninth homer of the year
Scott led off the seventh with came after Johnny Callison's in
a line drive double over the field single in the fourth and tied
cAshan for an 11-yard loss. Boni- head of Rich Coggins in right the game 2-2.
d another field goal-this time field, and moved to third on a The Yankees knocked out Steve
. ground out. Brown poked a sin- Dunning, 5-4, in the next inning
less, that was the only time the gle past the drawn in infield to when White slammed his eighth
fensive line got to McAshan. "The bring home the deciding run. homer of the season to snap the
)wed great execution," praised Milwaukee had jumped on top deadlock and Blomberg followed
her. "McAshan had plenty of time in the fifth inning off starter Dave with his 13th after a' walk to. Bobby
McNally,John Briggs walked, was Murcer.
end he read the defense well." sacrificed to second and scored on Dunning has now surrendered 14
her hand, Mihaiu's protection was a single by Mike Ferraro. homers in 99,innings.
s he didn't complete a pass until
ninutes of the first half...... .. ...................s.......
rgia Tech bench though the game jor League Standings
put away late in the third quar-
cAshan found Robinson again with .

SCORES

GRIDDE PICKINGS
MICHIGAN 26, UCLA 9
Georgia Tech 21 Michigan State 16
Notre Dame 37, Northwestern 0
Washington 22, Purdue 21
USC 55, Illinois 20
Colorado 38, Minnesota 6
Iowa 19, Oregon State 11
Texas Christian 31, Indiana 28
Wisconsin 31, Syracuse 7
Tulane 24, Georgia 13
Penn State 21. Navy 10
Colgate 33, Lafayet e 14
North Carolina 34, N.C. State 33
Bowling Green 16, Miami (Ohio) 7
Air Force 41, Pitt 13
Stanford 10, Duike 6
Hofstra 23, Boston State 6
Daily Libels, not scheduled
Rice 29, Clemson 10
Alabama 35, Kentucky 0
Mississippi 21. Souh Carolina 0

Auburn 14, Chattanooga 7
Hampden-Sydney 42, Sewanee 0
East Carolina 35, Appalachian St. 7r
Furman 24, Wofford 7
Southern Methodist 21, Florida 14
West Carolina 10, Citadel 0
Kentucky St. 21, Maryland St. 0
West Virginia 48, Virginaaio
MIDWEST
Hope College 34, Concordia Tech, I. 13
Northwood, Mich. 30, Georgetown Col. 9
Ohio Wesleyan 28, De Pauw 6
Denison 37, Juanita 7
Kent State 37, Ohio U. 14
Carthage 47, Carroll, Wise. 13
Dayton 39, Marshall 0
Hillsdale 25, Ohio Northern 7
North Dakota 33, South Dakota 3
So. Dakota St. 49, Missouri, Rolla 0
Iowa St. 44, Utah 22
Kansas 52. Wyoming 14

changed the first time Tech had the ball. The
Yellow Jacket signal caller tossed a 77-yard
bomb to fleet-footed Jim Robinson paving the
way for a 21-16 triumph over the downtrod-
den Michigan State Spartans.
McAshan confused the highly touted Spar-
tan defense all day long making shambles
of Duffy Daugherty's zone coverage.
All told, McAshan hit on 16 of 26 attempts
for 239 yards and two touchdowns.
Daugherty was emotionally drained in
the comber Spartan dressing rooms after the
game. "Tech shocked us on the very first
play and we stayed shocked all day," spelled
! out the usually humorous Spartan coach.
But there was very little to be happy about
in the Spartan camp as the wishbone of-
fense sputtered for the second consecutive
week. "I just can't understand our lack of
consistency on offense," Duffy continued,

Jim Owings in the end zone hit him right
on the numerals but defensive back Mark
Niesen jarred Owings from the ball prevent-
ing a two touchdown Yellow Jacket lead.
On the ensuing play, Cam Bonifay's 38-
yard field goal attempt was wide.
State continued to struggle as the rushing
segment of the wishbone was successful but
the passing was not. Mihaiu was gaining
yardage in chunks on the keepers, but his
favorite target tight end Billy Joe Du Pree
was unable to latch on to the ball. "I don't
know how many passes we dropped," added
dejected Duffy.
It was even tougher for Duffy to take as
he has claimed DuPree the best tight end in
the country.
The Spartans broke the ice in the second
anrter on Mary Roberts 21-yard field goal.
The drive, starting on the Spartan 27, was
highlighted by Mihaiu's 51-yard sweep. .
Before Mihaiu could complete his first
pass, Tech grabbed a 14.3 lead. Tech drove
82 yards in 11 plays going most of the dis-
tance in the air. Highly touted safeties Bill
Simnson and Brad Van Pelt were beaten
regularly but the touchdown play fooled the
entire crowd of 77,141 - the largest opening
day crowd in Spartan history.

sacking M
fay misses
a 32-yarder
Neverthe
Spartan del
squad sho
Coach Fulc
to set up a
On the ot
minimal as
the final m
The Geor
was finally
ter when M

a'36-yard scoring strike.
But the Spartans never gave up getting a
break midway through the final period. Bill
Simpson who ran a punt back for a touch-
down against the Illini last week, duplicated
the feat with a 74-yard return to cut the
Yellow Jacket lead to 21-9.
State immediately held Tech's next drive
and the comeback was for real.
Mimaiu marched his' Spartans quickly
down the field taking only eight plays to
move 62 yards. Hawaiian Arnold Morgado
completed the drive going off tackle for zig-
zagging 25-yard touchdown.
State got one last chance with less than

Boston
fDetroit
Baltimore
New York
Cleveland
Milwaukee

American League
East

National League
East

w
79
80
77
76
67
61
West

L
66
67
69
70
86

Pct.
.545
.544
.527
.521
.453
.415

GB
2
31
131
19

Pittsburgh
Chicago
2 New York
%,St. Louis
4 Montreal
Philadelphiat
Cincinnati
, Houston
2 Los Angeles
:2 Atlanta

W L
92 54
81 65
75 70
70 78
66 79
55 91
West

Pct
.630
.555
.517
.473
.455
.377
.621
.556
.541
.469

GB
I1
16
23
25%
37
I
92
11%
22

'
3
'

Oakland 86 59 .593 -
Chicago 81 63 .563 4!
Minnesota 75 69 .521 10%
Kansas City 71 73 .493 14
California 68 78 .466 181
Texas 52 92 .361 33!/
Results
New York 5, Cleveland 2, 7 innings
Detroit 7, Boston 1
Minnesota 2, California 1
Milwaukee 2, Baltimore 1

90
80
79
68

55
64
67
77

M2

San Francisco 63 84 .429 28
San Diego 54 89 .378 35
Results
New York 5, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 0
Chicago 2, St. Louis 0, 1st
Chicago 13, St. Louis 1, 2nd

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