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The Michigan Daily

Monday, October 13, 1986

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e Sue: History r

By Dan Rosenberg
Francis Ford Coppola's latest
creation, Peggy Sue Got
Married not only reaffirms
Coppola as an imaginative and
innovative filmaker, but also shows
that he can direct a film that is both
warm and hilarious. This should
give him his first commercial
success in a number of years.
Coppola finally made a film
about everyone's secret fantasy: to
go back in time and find out what
life would be like if different
decisions were made. Kathleen
Turner is the lucky person who
mysteriously goes from a 25 year
class reunion back to 1960. Turner
flawlessly accomplishes the
difficult task of playing a teenager,
even though she appears to be
forty-three years old. In so doing,,
she helps create one of the funniesta
movies of the year.,
This film will obviously be
compared to the hit movie of last
summer, Back to the Future.
However Coppola's film is different
because Kathleen Turner relives her
own past as opposed to Michael J.
Fox who manipulates events in

someone else's past..
At the beginning of the film,
Turner is a middle-aged mother
having marital problems with
Nicholas Cage (Valley Girl and
Cotton Club), an obnoxious
appliance salesman. Suddenly, she
finds herself back at the time when
she began to get seriously involved
with her husband-to-be. However,
since she "remembers" what will
happen in the next 26 years, she
realizes how absurd most people
are when they are in high -school.
Nicholas Cage is no exception
which brings about her dilemma:
Peggy Sue got married once, will
she do it again?
What makes this film funny is
that everyone sees this middle-aged
Turner as a teen-ager, even though
she acts with forty years of
experience. For instance, what
little importance her high school
classes once had is now completely
gone. Turner states, "Algebra is
useless, I speak from experience".
Coppola does not fail to use
Turner's 26 years of perspective as a
comic vehicle: she no longer has
to study for an office job, all she
has to do is to invent panty-hose.

Turner is also able to take

advantage of this rare oppo
to do some of the things
slip by the first time throul
spend time with her grand
andkeepbettercare ofherte
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combines hilarious momen
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so completely in ?Kathleen Turner's
trip to 1960, that we totally forget
what prompted the journey in the
first place. This makes the movie
one of the top films about time
travel that Hollywood has ever
produced. Peggy Sue Got
Married is a film that should not
be missed.

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The calendar combines meeting, lecture
workshop and conference announcements
with other events happening each week on
campus. It is based on The University
Record calendar, and is open to all Uni-
versity sponsored groups and organizations
recognized by the Michigan Student As-
sembly. Items must be submitted in writing
by 5 p.m. the Tuesday before publication.
Address all information to: University
Record, 412 Maynard St. Asterisk (*) de-
notes events to which admission is charged.
MONDAY
October 13
A-Squares-Plus-level sq dance lessons, 8:30-10 pm, Mich
League basement. 665-5794.
Botanical Gdns-Leaf walk, 4-5:30 pm. 763-7060.
Blood Donors Clin-1l:30 am-5:30 pm, Towsley Rm
G1320. 936-5514.-
Career Ping & Picmt-Interview/disc, "Showcasing Your-
self to the Employer," & library tour, 4:10 pm, CP&P,-
3200 SAB. 764-7460.
*U-M-DBN-Course starts, "Back to Work," 9:30 am-
12:30 pm, computer Lab, Downriver Comm Conf,
Southgate. 593-5120.
U-M-DBN-Women's Ctr support grp for separated &
divorced women, 2 pm, 30 CAB, 593-5147.
*Fac Women's Club-"Lunch & Listen," M Fries, "GDR
Literature: Development of East German Literature,"
11:30 am-1:30 pm, Mich League, Mich Rm. 662-3957,
769-7078.
Guild House-Writers Series, readings, L Field & P Gover,
8 pm, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
*Women's Okinawan Karate & Self-Defense Club-Begin-
ners' class, 7:15 pm, IM Bldg Martial Arts Rm. 763-
3562.
Sch Mus-Stearns Annual Concert No. 1, Sarod & Tabla
Ensemble, K Zuckerman & R Spiegel, "North Indian
Classical Music, "8 pm, Rec Hall.
Nat Res-Lec (& refreshments), L McCullagh, "Ob-
servations on the Crucial Role of Volunteers (Non-
vested Players) in Environmental Protection," 3:30-5
pm, 1040 Dana.
Ne E & N Afr Stds Ctr-Brown bag, K Luther, "Pre-Rev-
olutionary Tehran Slide Presentation, "noon, Lane Hall
Commons Rm.
Stds in Religion-Lec, G Gutierrez, "Reflections on Liber-
ation Theology, "8-10 pm, MLB 3. 764-4475.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, beginners welcome, 7-9 pm,
CCRB Martial Arts Rm. 665-7399.
Microcomputer Educ Ctr-Workshops: Choosing a Micro-
computer, 1-3 pm, 4003 Sch of Ed Bldg. Programming in
dBase III PLUS, Pt II, 1-5 pm, dBase III PLUS, Pt II,
8:30 am-12:30 pm, 3001 Sch of Ed Bldg. 747-2424.
Sch Art-Slide presentation, C Ramsay, his recent metal-
work, 12:30 on, 2107 Art & Arch.
Elec Engr/Comp Sci-Computer Vision Res Lab Sem Ser,
K Skifstad, "Change Detection for Real World Image
Sequences, "5 pm, 3427 EECS Bldg, N Campus.
Chem-Inorg sem, R Crabtree, "C-H & H-H Activation:
Agostic C-H Bonds & Non-Classical Hydrides, " 4 pm,
1200 Chem.
NASA Ctr of Excel in Man-Sys Res-Aerospace Human
Factors presentation, J Lousma, "Human Factors in
Space: Experience from Skylab II, " 3:30-5 pm, 107
Aerospace Engr Bldg.
TUESDAY
October 14
Amnesty Intl-25th anniv open mtg, speakers, A & D
Coleman, "Human Rights Conditions in Latin Ameri-
ca "; film, Free at Last, 8 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich Union.
*AAFC-Children's Hour, 7 pm, The Fox, 9:05 pm,
MLB 3.
Botanical Gdns-See Oct 13.
Blood Donors Clin-7 am-6 pm, G1320 Towsley & Mich
League. 936-5514.
Sch Art-Film, Mokume-Gane, 7:30 pm, Art & Arch Aud.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Pre-prof lec, "Tbe Law School
Personal Essay," 4:10 on, 3200 SAB.
CRLT-Workshop, K Zinn, "The Use of Personal Com-
puters for Class Records," 7-9 pm, 3001 Sch Ed. To
reg, call 764-0505.

U-M-Flint/Intl Inst-Middle East in Crisis lec ser, T
Seelye, "Syria: Current Role in World Politics," 12:15
pm, Intl Inst; 7:30 pm, 111 COB.
Mus Art-Art break Albert Kahn drawings; 12:10 pm.
Christians in Action-Mtg, 8:30 pm, Mich League Rm D.
994-6126, 769-4157.
Chem-BASF Corp lec, D Hart, "Ester Azomethine Con-
densations: New Wrinkles on a New Route to B-Lac-
tams, "4 pm, 1300 Chem.
Geol Sci-Turner Lec Ser, S Banerjee, "Secular Variation
in Lake Sediments: Window's into the Earth's Core,"
4 pm (refreshments 3:30 pm), 4001 CC Little.
Hillel-Speaker, Sen C Levin, "Shooting Straight from the
Hill,"7:30 pm, Hillel, 1429 Hill. 663-3336.
*HRD-Course, "Supervising Temporary & Work-Study
Staff Pt 11," 1:30-4:30 pm; Personal Financial Plan-
ning, 5 sess, 5-7 pm; both at HRD, 1111 Kipke Dr. 764-
7410.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops, "Spreadsheeting
with Microsoft Excel, Pt II," & "Microsoft Word for
IBM-Compatible Microcomputers: Print Merge," 1-3
pm, 3001 Sch Ed. 747-2424.
Psychobiol-Colloq, B Hazlett, "Behavioral Patterns of
Resource Exchange in Crustaceans," 12:30 pm, 1057
MHRI.
WEDNESDAY
October 15
Sch Art/Hist Art/Prog Scandinavian Stds-Lec, E Liden,
"The American Works of Swedish Sculptor Carl Mil-
les, "4:30 pm, Art & Arch Aud; recep follows.
AIESEC-Intl Bus Club gen mtg, 5:15 pm, K1310 Kresge.
Botanical Gdns-See Oct 13-
Bioengr-Sem, W Williams, "Information Techniques in
Biological Systems, " 4 pm (coffee, 3:30 pm), 1017 Dow,
N Campus.
Blood Donors Clin-l1 am-5 pm, G1320 Towsley & N
Campus East Rmn. 936-5514.
Sch Art-Video, Art/New York, interviews w/T Wessel-
mann,3 Rosenquist & R Rauschenberg, Pop Art To-
day, 5:30 pm, 2216-19 Sch Art.
Career Ping & Picmt-Workshop (pre-reg), "Introductory
Practice Interviewing," 3:10-5 pm, 3200 SAB; Lec,
"Choosing Your Major," 4:10 pm, MLB Lec Rm 1; Job
search disc, \"Effective Correspondence in the Job
Search," 4:10 pm, 3200 SAB; Lec, "The Job Search,"
6-7:30 pm, MLB Lec Rm 2. 764-7460.
CRLT-Workshop, G Williams, "35 mm Slide Produc-
tion," 7-10:30 pm, Mich Media, 400 4th St. To reg,
call 764-0505.
Communication-Brown bag, B Morris, "TV Text Analy-
sis & 'Live' Televised Sports," noon, Marsh Sem Rm,
2035 Frieze; Stasheff Lec, I Starr, "Creating Your Com-
munication Future, "3 pm, Rackham Amph.
*CEW-Workshop, "Step Before the Job Search, III," 7-
9:30 pm, CEW, 350 S Thayer. 763-7080.
Counseling Svcs-Dissertation support grp, 8:30-10 am,
3100 Union. 764-8312.
U-M-DBN-Concert ( & coffee), Lafayette String Quartet,
8 pm, Music Rm, Henry Ford Estate-Fair Lane. 593-
5087, 593-5183.
U-M-DBN Std Act-Films, Romancing the Stone & Jewel
of the Nile, 7:30 pm, ROC.
Ecumen Campus Ctr-Speaker, M Deshpande, "Exploring
World Religions-Hinduism, "8 pm, 921 Church St,
Chem-Org sem, D Szura, "Inert Carbon Free Radicals:
Their Unique Properties & Applications, " 4 pm, 1300
Chem.
GEO-Membership mtg, refreshments, 7:30 pm, Anderson
Rm, Mich Union. 995-0221.
*Hill St Cinema- The Godfather Pt II, 8 pm, 1429 Hill.
*HRD-Course, "Winning the Game of Office Poli-
tics," 8:30 am-noon, HRD, 1111 Kipke Dr. 764-7410.
Intl Ctr-Film, The Toughest Job You'll Ever Love, &
speakers, Peace Corps volunteers, 7:30 pm, 603 E Madi-
son. 764-9310.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops, "MacDraw" &
"PCTIE," 8:30-10:30 am; "Microsoft Word for IBM-
Compatible Microcomputers: Style Sheets," 10:30 am-
12:30 pm, 3001 Sch Ed. 747-2424.
Minority Org of Rackham-Mtg, 5:30 pm, 172 Rackham.
763-0044.
Mich Gay Union-Mtg, 9 pm, Guild House, 802 Monroe.
763-4186.
Mech Engr & Appl Mech-MSA Sem III, S Braun, "Some
Comparisons Between FFT & Parametric Spectra," 4
pmi, 1017 Dow.
Germanic Lang & Lit-Reading/disc, H Haasse, 8 pm, E
Lec Rm Rackham. 763-8299.
LSA, Prog in Judaic Stds, B'nai B'rith-Shanik-Fleischer
Forum Series, speaker, Abba Eban, "Jewish Presence in
Civilization: A Historical Overview, " 8 pm, Rackham

Sci fiction Club, Stilyagi Air Corps-Mtg, 8:30 pm, Mich
League Conf Rm.
Tae Kwon Do Club-See Oct 13.
WHE-AC-Talk, J Collins, "Why Hunger in a World of
Plenty?" 8 pm, Hale Aud, Bus Admin Bldg. 663-3560
(eves).
THURSDAY
October 16 %
Mus Anthro-Brown bag, W Farrand, "25,000 Years of
Prehistory in Franchthi Cave, Greece," noon, 2009
Museum.
Mich Media/Kresge Bus Ad Lib-Bus Sch Film Fest, 7-10
pm, 1310 & 1320 Kresge Lib, Bus Ad. 764-7356.
Botanical Gdns-See Oct 13.
Bus Ad Finance Club-Lec, D Evans, "New Develop-
ments in Financial Careers, " 4:15 on, Wolverine Rm,
Assembly Hall Bldg. Recep follows, Exec Lounge.
Sch Art-Lec, G Marks, "Formal Sources of Formal
Forms, "7 pm, Art & Arch Aud.
Career Ping & Plcmt-Resume disc, "Marketing Your
Liberal Arts Degree"; Job search disc, "Investigating
Careers in Government"; Library tour, 4:10 pm, 3200
SAB.
Univ Musical Soc-Lec, C Wick "The Impact of Cul-
tural Diplomacy on US/Soviet Relations"; video, "Her-
mitage Museum Exhibit for Cultural Exchange," 5 pm,
Rackham Aud; Concert, *Moscow State Symnph, 8 pm,
Hill.
*Cinema Guild-Koyaanisqatsi, 7 & 8:45 pm, Aud A,
Angell.
*Cont Med Educ-Conf, "Perinatology-Neonatology
1986: Clinical Update," Towsley. 763-1400.
NucI Engr-Mich Ion Beam Lab for Surface Modifica-
tion & Analysis open house, 2-6 pm, 120 Naval Arch &
Marine Engr Bldg, 2600 Draper Rd, N Campus.
Engl-Vis Writers Ser, P Janowitz, poetry reading, 5 pm,
Rackham W Conf Rm.
Engl-Colloq in Critical Theory, T Bahti, "Histories of the
University: Kant & Humboldt, "8 pm, Rackham E Conf
Rm.
Human Growth & Dev/Anthro/LSA-Lec Ser on Evolu-
tion & Diet, R Lee, "The All Natural Diet in Hunting
& Gathering Societies, "4-6 pm, Rackham Amph.
U-M-Flint-Regents mtg. 1 pm, Mich Rms.
Mus Art-Art break, Albert Kahn drawings, 12:10 pm.
AAUP-Public mtg/speakers, D Appley & Sen L Pollack,
"Higher Education Issues in the Election, " 12:30 pm,
Alum Ctr, Founders Rm A. 764-6485, 662-0119.
Chem-Phys chem sem, G Babcock, "Structures & Kinet-
ics in Photosynthetic Oxygen Evolution as Determined
by Magnetic Resonance, "4 pm, 1200 Chem.
Hist/S & SE Asian Stds Ctr-Lec, H Tinker, "Roots to
Freedom: Nehru, Ho Chi Minh, Sukarno & Aung San, "
8 pm, Rackham W Conf Rm.
His House Christian Fellowship-Fellowship & Bible study,
7:30-9 pm, 925 E Ann. 665-0775, 663-0483.
Intl Ctr-Intl Neighbors Women's Intl Day, speaker, P
Kempf, "Availability & Preparation of Produce," dis-
plays, demonstrations, 9:30-11 am, Zion Lutheran
Church, 1501 W Liberty. 662-0626.
Japanese Stds Ctr-Brown bag, G Wilson, "Human Re-
source Management: Japanese Policies in Transition,"
noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
LSA Honors Prog-Film, The Toughest Job You'll Ever
Love; speaker, P Chabi, "The Peace Corps, "noon, 231
Angell. 764-6275.
*Mich League Intl Night-Russia, 4:30-7:30 pm, The
League Buffet.
Macromolecular Res Ctr/Inst Sci & Tech-Ann Symp,
"Current Contributions in Polymer Science & Engineer-
ing," reg 8:30-9 am, lower lobby Chrysler Ctr Cont
Engr Educ, N Campus. 763-2316.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops, "Microsoft Word
for the Macintosh, Pt II," 8:30 am-12:30 pm; "MS-DOS
Basic Skills," 10 am-12:30 pm; "Microsoft Word for
the IBM-Compatible Microcomputer, Pt II," 3-5 pm,
3001 Sch Ed. "Basic Concepts of Microcomputer Spread-
sheeting," 1-3 pm & "Basic Concepts of Microcomputer
Database Management," 3-5 pm, 4003 Sch Ed. 747-
2424.
Mich Mathshow-Film, The Planar Double Pendulum, 4
pm, 3201 Angell (refreshments 3:30 pm, 3212 Angell).
*Sch Music-Univ Players, "Waiting for the Parade," 8
pm, Trueblood Theater, Frieze Bldg. 763-4726.
Mich Union Arts Prog-Arts at Mid-day, Residential
Coll Players Spec Presentation, 12:15 pm, Pendleton
Rm, Mich Union.
Antiquarian Book Soc-Speaker, F Page, "Adventures of
Collecting Sherlock Holmes, 8 pm, Clements Lib.
*Major Events-Concert, "October Blues Fest, "7:30 pm,
Power Ctr. 763-TKTS.
LSA, Prog in Judaic Stds-Shank-Fleischer Forum series,
disc on "Jewish Presence in Civilization: A Multidisci-
plinary Approach," 8 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich Union.
Ctr for Res on Econ Devp-Screening & disc, of videos on
devp issues: "A Plague Upon the Land," & "Dadi's
Family," 12:30-2 pm, CRED Conf Rm, 361 Lorch.
Student Woodshop-Safety class, sess II, 3-5 pm, SAB.
764-4025.
Univ AA-Mtg, noon, 3200 Mich Union.
Univ Activ Ctr-Impact Jazz workshop, 7 pm, Mich Union
Ballroom. All welcome.
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Mich Media/Kresge Bus Ad Lib-Bus Sch Film Fest, 9 am-'
4 pm, 1310 & 1320 Kresge Lib, Bus Ad. 764-7356.
*Cricket Club-Practice, 5 pm, Mitchell Field. 763-8216.
Taubman Prog in Amer Insts/CEW/Women in Sci/CCP/
Bus Ad-Panel/disc, "The Dual Career Relationship:
Making It Work," noon-1:30 pm, Kuenzel Rm, Mich
Union.
*Cinema Guild-Les Jeux Sont Faits, 7 pm, Murmur of the
Hear, 9 pm, MLB 4.
*Cont Med Educ-Conf, "Perinatology-Neonatology 1986:
Clinical Update," Towsley Ctr. 763-1400.
U-M-DBN-Film, Zulu Zion, 7:30 pm, 138 CAB.
U-M-DBN Humanities-7th Biennial Renaissance conf,
"The 'Muses Common-Weale: Poetry & Politics in the
Earlier 17th Century," 9:45 am-10 pm, Henry Ford Es-
tate-Fair Lane. (*meals/cocktail party/musical enter-
tainment). 593-5168, 593-5433.
*U-M-Flint-Play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, 8 pm,
ZU-M-F Theater, Clifford & Kearsley Sts. Opening nite
recp follows, lobby. 762-3230.
U-M-Flint-Fri Nite Spec, K & R Harris, 8 pm, Univ Ctr
Brewery. 762-3431.
U-M Regents-Mtg, 9 am, Fleming Bldg.
Guild House-Speaker (*lunch avail), P O'Leary, "Guate-
mala Update, "noon, 802 Monroe. 662-5189.
Germanic Lang & Lit-Symp: Utopia of Peace, 7 pm, E
Conf Rm, Rackham. 764-8018.
Health Svc-Bicycle Safety Day, 10 am-3 pm, Diag. 763-
1320.
*HRD-Course, "Copyright," 1-4:30 pm, HRD, 1111
Kipke Dr. 764-7410.
Intl Ctr-Brown bag, D Merritt, "Study in Bitain &
Ireland, "noon, Rec Rm, 603 E Madison. 747-2299.
International Students Fellowship-Mtg, 7 pm; for ride,
call 9944669.
Japanese Stds Film Ser-The Family Game; 7 pm, Aud A,
Angell.
Korean Christian Fellowship-Bible study mtg, 9 pm,
Campus Chapel.
Macromolecular Res Ctr-See Oct 16.
Microcomputer Ed Ctr-Workshops, "MS-DOS Hard
Disk Skills," 9-11 am & "Final/Word II Pt II," 1-5 pm,
3001 Sch Ed. "Intro to Microcomputers," 1-3 pm, 4003
Sch Ed. 747-2424.
Sch Music-*"Waiting for the Parade." see Oct 16; (free):
Concert, Chamber Choir, 8 pm, Hill; Fac Rec, E Par-
mentier, harpsichord, 8 pm, McIntosh Theater.
Ne E & N Afr Stds Ctr-Disc, c Greenleaf, "AID Info &
Job Opportunities, "3 pm, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
S & SE Asian Stds-Lec, H Tinker, "The Departure of the
British, French and Dutch Colonialists: Did They Jump
or Were They Pushed?"noon, Lane Hall Commons Rm.
*Women's Volleyball-vs Iowa, 7:30 pm, IM Bldg.
Turner Clinic Learning Progs-Love Intimacy & Aging
Grp, 10 am-noon, 1010 Wall St. 764-2556.
Tae Kwon Do Club-Practice, 5-7 pm, CCRB sm gym.
SATURDAY
October 18
*AAFC-What Happened to Kerouac?, 7 & 9 pm, MLB 3.
*Cricket Club-Practice,4pmn, Mitchell Field. 763-8216.
UM-DBN-See Oct 17, time: 9:30 am-5 pm.
*U-M-Flint-Play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, see Oct.
17.
U-M-Flint-All-Alumni Reunion, "Meet the Faculty"
recp, 5:30 pm, Univ Ctr Riverview Rm; *dinner/speaker,
Sen D Riegle, 7 pm, Mich Rms; dance to Night Shift,
following, til midnite. 762-3350.
*Amb/Amer Univ Grads-Benefit dinner, Palestine Aid
Soc, speaker, T Ziyad, mayor of Nazareth, 6 pm, First
Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. 668-6430.
*Kelsey Mus Archaeol-Mini-course, "The Egyptian Col-
lections of the Kelsey Museum," E Gazda, "Karanis &
Graeco-Roman Egypt, " 10 am (refreshments 9:30 am),
Kelsey, 434S State. 764-9304.
Sch Music-*Univ Players, "Waiting for the Parade, "5 &
9 pm, Trueblood; Concert, Contemporary Directions
Ensemble, 8 pm, Rackham. 763-4726.
*Major Events-Concert, Starship, 7:30 pm, Hill. 763-
tkts.
*Brecht Co, Residential Coll, Guild House-Mime Troupe,
The Mozamgola Caper, 8 pm, Mendelssohn Theater.
763-TKTS.
*Women's Volleyball-vs Minnesota, 7:30 pm, IM Bldg.
SUNDAY
Oct 19
*Cinema Guild-They Caughtthe Ferry & Gertrud, 7 pm;
I Know WhereI'm Going, 9:30 pm, MLB 4.
*U-M-DBN-Concert, Fair Lane Music Guid, The Balti-
MORE Consort, 7:30 pm, Henry Ford Estate-Fair Lane.
563-4399.
*U-M-Flint-Play, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, 2:30 pm,
see Oct 17. -
Mus Art-Docent tour, Mexican prints, 2 pm.
*Bullard Film Series-Silkwood, 7:30 & 9:45 pm, Aud A,
Angell.
*Hill St Cinema-The Diary of Anne Frank, 8 pm, 1429
Hill St.
His House Christian Fellowship-Dinner & fellowship
mtg, 6-8 pm, 925 E Ann. 665-0775, 663-0483.
Kelsey Mus Archaeol-Workshop/demo, "Moulding,"
1:30-3:30 nm. Kelsev. 434 S State St. To re, call 764-

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