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VOL. XXXVI. No. 28 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1925 EIGHT PAGES

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

BULGARIA ACCEPTS
TERMS OF RECENT
rNOTE FROM GREECE
A PPON1TMENT OF INVESTIGATION
CONIVTIITEE IS SUGGESTEI)
BY BIJLGARIA
FIGHTING TO CEASE
Ofticial Anuounceumen, Indicates That
BulgariansI 0 ifered Resistance
To Mo e Of Greeks
(By Associated Press)
I fNTlN TOdV 0 iba T)lr' A h

VARSITY BAND COMPLETES PLANS M LLLUII
FOR_ BIG SOWING AT CHAMPAIGN
usical Organization AdoptsPolicy Of Change In Drill For Every Gaine;
Block "1" Will Be Formed In Novel Way Beweer Halves; MORE n tvv n
Iariirn-M ajor iromnises New FeaturesI

i _

COYLE CHARGES LABOR LEADERS
WITH YIELDING TO TEMPTATIOV
Editor of Engineering Publication States That Power Is Used For Benefit
of Particular Groups; Pre dicts Comibination of Labor
and Religion to Eradicate War

HODGSON, SLINGERl
AND RNDT CHOSEN
'CI acSi: PARRIDFrNTq

Taking with them a corps of over 75 The band will parade for a short
men, the Varsity band is now busily, time in Champaign before noon, and
engaged in completing preparations is expected to arrive at 1:30 o'clock at
for the trip to Urbana. The fall pro-the stadium in Urbana.
f he clarion trumpeters will an-
grain of this organization includes a nounce to the crowds the entrance of
changein drill for every game, and the band. Before beginning the
many improvements in presentation march down the field, a quartette
of Michigan's musical organziation from the band proper will answer the
are promised for tomorrow afternoon, call of the trumpeters and the pa-
Activities began last night when the rade will then start. Michigan's re-
band lined up in front of the Union,i presentation will be led in singing
marched to the station with the team, "Varsity" before the game by Otto
and worked with the yell-leaders in; C. Koch, '27, band song leader.
I dirt f th fn 1-1 rl v n1 '" 4 - 1- a _i . . -t _- _ a "

J Ul 111MUHIL 1IIILUd
SECRETARY OF TREASURY MAKES
OUT NEW TAX SCHEDULE
FOR CONSIDERATION
TO DECIDE MONDAY
Members O Both Parties On Ways
And Means Committee Are
Favorable

Fundamental ideas of organized la-
bor and Christianity are similar, A. F.
Coyle, acting editor of the Brother-
hood of Locomotive Engineers, said
yesterday in speaking on "The Temp-
tations of Organized Labor."
Treating on the responsibility of
labor leaders, the speaker showed
that their supreme temptation is to
use their power for the exclusive
benefit of their particular groups
rather than for the general welfare of
society. As an example of the broad-
minded use of authority, he cited John

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Lul. D y, ct;. -m tI e senunig o the ootba L players. I etween halves a novel block "M" .(AssociatedPress) {L.i X1, wno now controls the des-
correspondent of the Daily Mall Tonight the varsity musical organi- will be formed, quite different from Oct.
understands that Bulgaria has ac- zation meets at 8:30 o'clock in Morris the regular figure. Full co-operation .S~tmGTrstate tha nth "inns ont
cepted the plans of the Greek note. hall, for a short rehearsal and drill, will be given the Illinois musicians greater reduction on the normal in- journalist stated this coe "innocent
The aicedonlan frontier Incidents, marches to the station and boards the by Michigan's band. come tax rates, than he suggested public" is not innocent if it permits
he says, are expected to have no train shortly before 10 o'clock. Each The drum-major, Gordon W. Packer, Monday, were proposed today by Sec- many laborers and their families to
further consequences.j member has promised absolute quiet '28, has promised a display of several retary Mellon in a revised schedule suffer from a lack of the necessities
in the cars after 10:30 o'clock. The new features in leading the band, and . of life.
ATHENS, Oct. 22.-It is officially train is scheduled to reach Cham- the best improvements of the band submitted to the ouse ways and A new era in labor unions, marked
announced that the detachments of paign tomorrow morning at 7 o'clock, and the drum-major will all be shown Means committee. by the recent addresses of the presi-
Greek third army corps, advancing to and members of the band are excused a week from tomorrow at the Navy The new proposal of the treasury dent of the American Federation of
occupy a post on the Bulgarian bor- I from that time until 10:30 o'clock. game on Ferry field. affecting these rates, which are the
der met with resistance from the Bul--
garian garrison. Fighting is in wnsyignes applying to small incomes, a
progress. ['00ti IGrid-Grank To ;ewasiutired on the basis calli"ng f
The Bulgarian charge de affairs to- elimnation of the provision i the A t 1R elgious
day visited Premier angalos wit Rse law allowing a 2 per cent re-
day isied remer jarnloswit a± 11,,11 Sh iv &un eg dution on earned income, a rj
be appointed to investigate the bor- ExactCous The schedule provides for rates of!
der troubles. The Greek premier, LU one per cent on taxable incomes, up
however, refused to discuss the mat- to $3,000, two per cent on the next (By Associated Press)
tsi$1,000 dollars, three per cent on the LONDON, Oct. 22.-A Cairo dis-
Gees torBs a Attributes Full Responsibility For ps n next $4,000, and five per cent on tax- patch to the Exchange Telegraph com-
Greek territory. Defeat of League to Attitude the light representing the ball on the able incomes in excess of $8,000 pany said that 54 persons were killed
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Oct. 22. - An- of President Wilson ri-graphxatcthe Hill auditorium fol- Present normal rates are two per and 43 injured at Tanta, Egypt, where
nsBlows the exact course of the runner, cent on the first $4,000 of taxable in- a great religious fair was being held,
telegraph agency that the GreeksM CALLS LEAGUE FUTILEscome, four per cent on the next $4,000, attended, it is estimated, by a million
Wednesday afternoon again attacked ett h e t h or and six per cent on the remainder. persons. The fatalities occurred
Wedesay ftrnon gan ttake IHe stated that the telegraphic reports( Mr Mellon's letter forwarding the when mounted police were clearing
the Bulgarians. (By Associated Press give as nearly as possible the pat1M.Mlo' etrfradn heWe one oiewr laig
the agency says while a Bulgarian A I(Ty ct.2-e gite a aly s sal the path rates to Chairman Green as a sugges- the way for one of the ministers
The geny sys hilea Blgaian WASH-INGTON, Oct.22.-The League of the ball, so that the audience sees tion but not a definite plan, did not through the masses of seething hu-
press official at Demirkapau was wait-~i of Nations fight and the compelling the plays practically as they were tion tt t ere palclatd n ty.
ing for an interview with a Greek forces underlying it are described by executed. Iyd
press official, with a view to arrang- one of its chief figures, the late Henry The name of Benny Friedman, the Basis of the elimnation of the 25 Tanta is situated fairly in the cen-
ing an investigation of previous in- eCabot Lodge, in a book entitled "The Michigan's forward ps rism, per cent earned income reduction pro- ter of the delta of the Nile, about 55
Cidents, soldiers of the Greek post Senate and the League of Nations," be indicated by a red light Saturday, vision, which applies to incomes up miles from Cairo. A great religious
opened fire. to be placed on sale tomorrow by as well as that of Harold Grange, to $10,000, and embraces all incomes, fair is held three times a year. This
It is added by the agency, that the Scribners who hold the copyright. captain of the Illini. It is assured by whatever the source up to $5,o0.! attracts, among other visitors, a num-
Bulgarian government has made fur- I The manuscript was written by Sen- those in charge that thepy Joseph S. McCoy, government actuary, her of fanatical Mohammedans, from
ther representations to Athens, re- ator Lodge a month before his death, Illinois game will be portrayed withe who framed the schedule, deciard counties rarely visited by Europeans,
questing that measures be taken to and in it le attributes fulllresponsi- the highest possible efficiency and co- however, that the estimates were con- and at such times a personal escort
end such incidents. bility for defeat of the League to the ordination ditional on such action. is frequently considered advisable.
The Greek version of the affair, to unbendinig attitude of President Wil- Ariatgements have been made to .Mr. McCoy estunated that reduc- The fairs are held in honor of Sey-
the effect that Bulgarian soldiers at- , w he sa1s was actuted open the door al Saturday, in tion in total revenue involved in these vid-el-Bedawi, who was a Moslem
tacked the Greeks first and occupied throughout by "an overwhelming order that the crowd will not be kept cuts in the new rates, would be $40,- saint of great renown. It is the Sey-
several high points along the border thought of self." waiting as it. was last week. Tickets 000,000. Mr. Mellon's suggestion Mon- vid whose aid is invoked when
is officially denied. He adds what amounts to a death- for the Ahid-graph are on sale at day, that the sur-tax rate maximum strength is needed to resist a sudden
The Bulgarian telegraphic agency bed declaration, that although he Slater's, Walrr's, and Graham's book- be reduced to 20 per cent from the calamity and it is believed that any
also declares Greek artillery has pen- worked and voted for ratification of stores, the Union, Calkins-Fletcher present level of 40 per cent, was not frightful accident can be avoided by
etrated Bulgarian territory, killing five the League with reservations, he was drug stores, luston's cigar store, and altered in today's communication. calling out the name of the hero.
sentinels, and firing shells against the thankful in the end that it had been Moe's spoit shop The secretary's letter was read to-
Ivillsotsop a a h ote fge ort a of Ptric. -
village of Petrich. The Greeks oc defeated. In practice, he said, the Efforts are being made to procure a lay at the outset of the fourth day
cupied three Bulgarian posts, the League thus far has proved futile for hand and cheerleaders for the after--;of public hearings by the committee, ep
agency adds. the purpose for which it ostensibly noon which it plans to continue through ~c Gam
The Bulgarian government thus far w s designed. snxt week beforetbeginning work on To Reacn Ga ne
has received no response from Athens Several hitherto unpublished inciits new bill. Both Republican and
to its demand, thrice renewed, for an! dents of the ratification struggle are Explosion Caused Democratcmembers of the cmitt W ith Balloon
immediate inquiry to establish re- related in the book, although in the Ex loio C us d expressed approval of the new sche- I
sponsibility for the frontier incident main the late foreign relations com- aUly Valve dule as compared with the sugges-
of Monday near Demirhissar. mittee chairman obviously was trying uions le advanced Monday, whic h ravlineb means a , hge maize
ofj re Moda uar7 e dvncd d WI adbu ooe alotres
to pass on to, posterity a compact ac- calls for normal rates of one per dents of the University will leave
LONDON, Oct. 22.-It was recalled jcount of the major developments of cent on the first $3,000 of taxable in- Wyandotte this morning, bound for
in political quarters today that both tha historic battle. Jacob R, Van Loo, '27D, was slight- mWh xno ism rninbound g or!
Greece and Bulgaria are members of It does disclose for the first time, ly injured about the head yesterday $4,000, and five per cent on the re- Urbanatomorrowic The triootba wll gamre-
the League of Nations and it was- con- however, how in March, 1919, Repub- afternoon when the vulcanizer on m aInd fives. Urna trrow. The trio wi -
tended that if Greece actually has de- lican leaders, escaped what they which he was working in the junior Plans for even greater reduction ping the balloon back to Ann Arbor.
manded indemnity and set a time limit thought was a plot to commit them dental laboratory exploded and broke than these rates, however, have beenp heball.on toA'nE Arbo.
of 48 hours for fulfillment, she has i beforehand, to support the League. loose. Van Loo was attempting to proposed by both Republican and Herbert G. Winter, 26E, Milton J.
made a false move. On the advice of Elihu Root, Philan- raise the temperature in the instru- Democratic members, and pending Thompson, 26E, and Vernon B. Qua,
The affair is viewed in some quar- der C. Knox and others, Mr. Lodge ment to 300 degrees it suddenly ex- study of the proposal none would grd., sue oeron eng
der C. Kox and oherneeringdgareudthefthreeromenl making
ters here as a renewal of the old i declined an invitation to advise the ploded and breaking away from the commit himself definitely. Decision the trip. The balloon, of 35,000 cubic
struggle between the Serbs, Greeks Wilson peace commission in Paris desk, rose to the ceiling, striking him on the new rates will not be mad feet capacity, with a lift of 2,300
and Bulgarians for Macedonia. Brit- what changes in the covenant would a glancing blow on the head as it by the committee until it concludes
ish official quarters are understood satisfy the Senate. " came down. The safety valve on the is public hearings. pounds, is the property of the college
is Ii pbicle rng.of engineering, hc eevdi by
not to be unduly apprehensive over The book also reveals that the cele- vulcanizer failed to work. donation several years ago. Hydrogen
the Graeco-Bulgarian situation. brated round robin, by which 39 Re- Van Loo was rushed to the Health! gas will be used
publican senators served notice on service where it was found that his The; DjectTof the crul tioUwilbee.
-the peace conference that they could injuries were slight and after three aW91ccy I COM IION ( The object of the cruise to Urbana,
not vote for ratification, first was sug- stitches had been taken he went home. 1 cstrate the practical use of ballooning
l urpniI IiTiPENESflT9 Conedctycut amid was and to stimulate interest in practical
rn~ln ril prpleel f_ oneciut_, n _ as^T rwn !GRANGE HUR T aviaion

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C.

Students who will form the honor

Architects Unanlmous
George Foulks was one of the two
candidates of the dn~'nh aatr

! u. u .iL uy o oe seiectea
guard in the inaugural procession unanimously; he received the entire
when President Clarence Cook Little vote of the sophomore architectural
is inducted into office on Nov. 2, were class for vice-president. Clark Harris
selected by the President yesterday. defeated Charles Sestok, Jr., for the
The 28 students who were chosen secretaryship, but Sestok came back
are leaders in campus activities, or and won the position of treasurer,
I are of high scholastic standing, For finishing ahead of Earl. Cummings.
are f hih sholatic taning.For The class of '28 in the dental school,
the first time in the history of the T ckd o J. in to fll sheoic,
University women have been placed picked John J. Galvin to fill the vice-
's n an honor guard. president'soffice. . Galvin rolled up a
Thd on guard. hur total of 49 votes to .28 -for Myrle
Thenrcsiopohasventsguard he Walker. Everett F. Pierson took the
honor composed of students at the secretaryship, beingthe choice of 56
inaugural ceremonies, came as a rt' of his classmates. Frank S. Beverly
sult of the desire on' the part' of; a h eodmntr e¢slce
President Little to have the studentwas the secod man to be selected
body actively represented. Each mem- unanimously yesterday, as he received
ber of the honorrentd.oEah mem- the entire vote for the position of
her f te hnorguard, although rec- treasurer.
ommended to the President by those trursleyAproves Choces
( who are intimately acquainted with The last two of the officers elected
conditions here, were selected by by the junior class of the medical
i President Little. ' school last week were approvedTrby
Those women who were honored ean Burley yesterday, when H.
are Norma Bicknell, '26, ConstanceDan useyytrdwhnH
1Care, '2, Ma ryck ell'6,Coneyn'26, Mortimer Bishop and F. Bruce Frae-
Clarke, 26, Mary E. Cooley, 26,tlick were given permission to con-
Eunice Louise Eichorn, '26, Margaret tinue with their activities. The two
Effinger, '26, and Eunice Rose, '26. men are the secretary and treasurer,
The men who were selected are Al- respectively, of their class. Thomas
bert Adams, '26L, Robert Brown, '26,.T. Mills, who was elected by the junior
Roy 1-I. Callahan, '26, Hugh Byron lass of the College of Pharmacy at
Carnes, '26, George W. Davis, '26, Na-their second election Tuesday, had
than P. Feinsinger, '26, Richard Frey-4not been approved by the dean's office
berg, 26, Kenneth C. Kellar, '26, Ren- last night.
sis Likert, '26E, Theodore W. Barlow, With the conclusion of the organiza-
'26E, Eugene F. Cardwell, '26E, Harry tion of the sophomore classes yester-
Hawkins, '26E, Chester A. Sirine, '26A, day, the campus elections which have
Richard Ford, '26L, Egbert Isbell, been held weekly for the past three
'26L, George Babcock, '26Ed, FordK. weeks were finished. The only ballot-
Daines, '26D, Harold R. Bowers, '25P, ing still to be conducted is scheduled
Robert J. Cooper, '26M, Carl H. For- for Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, when the fresh-
tune, '26M, Cecil De Boer, grad., and I men will elect their class officers.
Dudley M. Phelps, '26B.Ad.
Vorrectlon
Due to a misplaced line, the account
of the freshman law election Wednes-
day was confused in The Daily yester-
n D P g/ day. The paragraph should have read:
ERn IOPB Margaret Hellier was the victor in the
, --.I . vote on the secretaryship, defeating
Ba L E t .Milo D. McLintock. Charles F. White
BALTIMORE, Oct.22.-Three dis- rolled up a large majority when he
tinrt tvnpesofa icfplanes wil hat-, --"--------

Labor before religious meetings and u Lin U U 1I11LUVI U LI1rIfU
the presence of twelve clergymen in
the British labor party as outstanding 3OPHOMORES OF THREE SCHOOLS
leaders, is now evolving, according to ORGANIZE AND COMPLETE
Mr. Coyle. ELECTIONS
It is predicted that the new forces
entering the labor unions will form MEDC APP
1 an alliance with the present religious
I movements to eradicate the evils of
war and child labor. ouliks, Architectural Vice-president,
During the course of the speech an and Beverly, Dental Treasurer,
eulogy was given on William S. Stone, Get Unanimous Votes
a former head of the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, who recently G Marion S. Hodgson won the press-
died with the burdens of the office dency of the sophomore class of the
still upon him. Mr. Stone had the igneering college yesterday, when
distinction of greatly increasing the he defeated Edward A. Chapman by
membership and activities of the or- a margin of three votes. The final
ganization and was also responsible count was 65 to 62, a total of 127 bal-
for the formation of the first union I lots being cast. Frederic Arndt and
- bank. John R. Slinger were selected to lead
After the adress itself the speaker the sophomore classes of'the archi-
answered questions which the mom- tectural college and the dental school
bers of the audience requested by respectively at elections yesterday
means of slips of paper. afternoon.
The sophomore engineers completed
their list of class officers when they
chose Charles E. Robinson for the
vice-presidency over Charles R. Dou-
gall, Jr., by a vote of 70 to 54; James
B. Florence for secretary, In prefer-
e ce to John C. Mathes, 64 to 59; and
Daniel Cluff for the treasurer's posi-
tion, Frederic Deeman running see-
ond, 68 to 57. All the candidates were
Women Students Will Be Included In
Inaugural Procession For approved in regard to eligibility be-
The First Time fore they were permitted to be nomi-
nated, according to the new ruling of
the Student councilelections commit-
PRESIDENT SELECTS 28 tee.

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MEN riwRnbt VIM

Socialist Group Is Determined
Take Aggressive Attitude

to

by the late Senator Knox of Pennsyl-
vania.
Senator Lodge likewise declares
that he himself called together the
mysterious unofficial committee of
senators, -who late in the struggle,4

(By Associated Press) I sought to take the League out of poli
PARIS, Oct. 22.--The financial crisis I tics by formulating a program of!
in France is expected to come to a reservations that would have bi-
head with the reopening of parliament partisan support.
when M. Caillaux, the finance minis- I
ter, will introduce measures by which
he hopes to provide for every event-
uality, including the payment of war L U BURNED LINER
debts. It will then be decided whether ! UM OflHl air
socialist policies shall be introduced IflI l U
into the French fiscal system. The i
socialist group in the chamber of!
deputies is determined to take an (By Associated Press)
aggressive attitfde and has notified NEW YORK, Oct. 22.-Conflicting
the government that it will insist on stories were told by survivors of the
i discussion of interpretation of the burned Clyde liner Comanche, at the
financial situation before all other hearing before the United States
questions. The socialists will demand steamboat inspection board in the
a calpital levy to balance the budget customs house today. The vessel was
and provide a fund for the payment destroyed off the coast of Florida Sat-
of France's debt to the exclusion of urday night, October 17. Several
further inflation of increased taxa- passengers told of drinking by mem-
tion. hers of the crew: others denied theyl

onthe oficeo tresrr
SA SP Count Valpi and Associates Given 1d te for supremacy over the waters of! I) 1~Uli~ iLesrr
A Pretentious Send-Off BAT ES SPEAKS Chesapeake bay in the Jacques
PretentIousSend-O B TESSPEAKSSchneider trophy race at Bay Shore
CHICAGO, Oct. 22.-Newspaper of-I AT IINITIA TIO N4 park Saturday. In their diversity i U IOLE DIIUImsIFRun vY
flees were beseiged for confirmation (By Associated Press) aeronautical experts a
of reports tonight, that "Red" Grange NAPLES, Oct. 22.-Italy's war debtdinteest in vieing with that in the tre-
sustained a broken leg in football commission, headed by Count Volpi, istersenio asdsociety,held ieres vieid wit t ie e-
i pr ctic at rban tod y. l ft h re t is a tern on a oard theits annual fa l initiation banquet W ed-! m endous speed expected to be B evel- IJ I I
practice t Urbana today.E left here this afternoon aboard thet U Rihdo ed. Observers of the United States,
While these reports were flying steamship Duilio for the United States. nesday night at the Union. Richard Iped bevr fteUie tts
Iaround thes counrtst fa syng sntei arivl from Re te c .n- Ford, '26L, president, acting as toast- Great Britain and Italy will watch Advance Demand Indcates Town Will
anwas vheury te onhis ouper-gj missoers erea mmetbyofficial rhep- master, introduced the speakers for with keen eyes the cause as well as Be Crowded to apacty
man was very active on his two per-I missioners were met by official rep- thicain en er .Bts the effect while 350 kilometers of
fectly good legs, going through the m'resentatives and a great crowd of the occasion, Dean Henry M2. Bates, teefc hl 5 ioeeso
yrClayton C. Purdy, '26L, and William dazzling speed is unreeled in the Although the addresses of nearly
roughest sort of scrimmage in prep- citizens who cheered the minister of Cl C. world's premier seaplane racing 30 rooms about the campus, which
I aration for the Illinois-Michigan game the treasury and shouted "Viva Amer- h sCudlip ty, un ,.It.th mpkn h
B.The'city'2 ude6L.90, - vet.1 will be let over the week-end of the
Saturday. No one knows how the ea, Viva Italia.'' fa'composed of about 24 active members, Saturday's event will match bi- Navy game, have already been filed at
str tre. IThere composedofiabout24ractivlmembers
story started._t ard he vess el unt of whom one half are elected from the planes against monoplanes, flying the Union, the demand for such rooms
tions aboard the vessel, and Count jno ls ahsrn.Tefl boats against seaplanes, and Napier has been so great recently that many
BATTLE CREEK, Oct. 22.-The first Volpi delivered a brief address. He ijunior class each spring. The fol- boat s against Ctns, . Np r e ae desired, It was stated yes-
freeze of the season came early to- was proud of the lofty and delicat remainder from the senior class. Italy, with two legs on the trophy terday by Karl Crawford, '27, chair-
glay followingovhree days of inter- task intrusted to him by the national won in 1920 and 1921, pins its faith man of the reception committee.
mittent snowfall. governmentnow ruling the country to ships of the flying boat type, the Representatives of the committee
lubP aeBefore departing, his last thought u la s bodies resting on the water at the are at the Union every afternoon be-
WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 22.-Pres- went to the House of Savoy, to vie- Bartonoix, ' take-off, the motors elevated above tween 4 and 5 o'clock for the purpose
ident Calvin Coolidge Wednesday was torious Italy, to Beito Mussiloni, as To Barton Ills both wings and body, forward of the of receiving room addresses as well
elected a member of the American E a sure omen of every greatness and - cockpit. as aiding students to procure desir-
Antiquarian society. fortune for the mother country. Taking the place of their regular The United States, this year's cup able quarters for their parents and
I Count Volpi inquired after Ameri- bi-weekly luncheon, the Cosmopolit- defender, has entered one army and I riends over the next week-end. The
cans on board the Dnilio and invited! an club has scheduled a hike for to- two navy Curtiss seaplanes-specially lists are available to all student mem-
ILJ~j Ve at er 621 Archbishon Hanna of San Francisco morrow afternoon. The members will- built rcers almost identical of the I ,- *r + A1.

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