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November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 1

…I plh rSir ttl A :I14 DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1918. PRICE 1 _.R-C. r _ ALLIED OFFICIALS TO HOLD MEETINGS DE- (By the Associated Press) Paris, Nov. 15.- Meetings, begin- ning today by the representatives of the associated governments, will be largely of an informal nature. They will consist chiefly of conferences with foreign ministers, rather than of pre- miers, with a view of meeting a c...…

November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 2

… AN t Monday Board in ;D PRESS FIRST METHODIST CHURCH TODAY, 7:45 P. M. STUDENTS WELCOME MOTION PICTURES ("A Forward Step in Church Entertainment") "SEVENTEEN" (5-reel feature based on Booth Tarkington's wonderful story) SAYS GRIT OF WOUNDED SAMMIES IS MARVELLOUS MAJOR I. BISHOP CANFIELD VICHY SURGICAL STAFF PRAISES SPIRIT OF III Arbor, 0. I i .. : . WAR SPIRIT AND THE VARSITY 3oo words, Michigan spirit which has lain arily to ap- f...…

November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r .._.... J , _, <- _ , ..:. .. ..r ESTABLISHED 01S0 MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STRUBT HEW YORK A USE HERETO II66DEFEAT Here's The Dope from both hunches; Take Your Choice Orangemen Will Appear on- Ferry Field This Afternoon, Loaded For Yostmen COHN, PERRIN, STEKETEE AND KNODE TO MAKE UP BACKFIELD Maize and Blue Squad Given Light Workout Last Night; Permits to Sleep Late Granted All is in headiness for the big...…

November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY b..._ * * * * * * * * THE THEATERS tney - "Furs and Frills," y, Nov. 17. * AT THE MAJESTIC TODAY :ajestic - Enid e Vamp." * in * * Bennett cade-Gladys Leslie in "A' ph of the Foothills," and' lie Chaplin in "Triple Trou-' uerth - Frank Keenan ins e Trouble." Also News and edy "No Place Like Jail." 'pheum-Montu Love in "Lit- Sister of Everybody." Also s and Comedy. * * * * * * * * * * * * * A comedy drama in a new ...…

November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 5

…on duty over- iose in service nd abroad are 10'S BIG COAL'MINE FIRE BEYOND CONTROL I U II IX Seven hundred nurses have been assigned to the Federal Public Health RVICE bureau or to the Red Cross service R in the United States, and the remain- ing 12,000 include those not available or eligible for active service, but who may be utilized for home defense report work. rtme o O e a s, ha ss The Red Cross has spent about es $850,000 in equippin...…

November 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 40) • Page Image 6

…p3 p is feats or laor in war- truction is reported from supply base in South Bos- what is known as the "E ," one-story brick and con- dings for storing Army sup- e completed in 39 working ead of the 90 allowed by Department. tion which has reached the it of Labor gives some idea agnitude of this job. The cover about eight acres of end the materials used in ncluded more than 13,000 Is of concrete, 500 tons of ,000 brick, and 2,500,000 feet e ...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 1

…"HE WEATHER CLOUDY; POSSIBLY SHOWERS TODAY r1P Ifr ~~Iait ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SERVICE XIX. No. 13. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1918. PRICE THREE _.. 1 U ENZA TOLL ON THE DECREASE MOST OF THE RMY CAMPS; FIGHT AGAINST IT IS STIFFENED IS SHOWN IN 1ASSA- TS; MOST STATES ARE STATIONARY WO S. A. T.,C. MEN DIE AFTER SHORT ILLNESS' 1litary Authorities Are Aided by Citizens in Fighting the Epidemic, (By the A...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, OC :AL NEWSPAPE;R AT TH] VFRSITY OF MICHIGAN every morning except Mo university year by the Boar Student Publications. %BER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS e Associated Press is exclusively entitled e use for republication of all news dis- tes redited to it or not otherwise credited is paper and als the local news pub I herein. tered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor, igan, as aecond class matter. sriptions by carrerr or...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 3

…CHICAN E 1- l I 11 EST INHYARS Yost Recalls Contest of Ago and Tells of Game Years GAME OF THIS SATURDAY TO BE PEPPERY, SAYS THE MENTOR Game of 10 Years Ago Crowded with Fight from Beginning to End "Fur will be flying fast on Ferry field next Saturday afternoon," smil- ed "Hurry-Up" Yost yesterday when asked his opinion of the coming con- test with the Lansing aggregation. "The toughest game that we ever' had with M. A. C. was in 1908,"...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY WENESDAY, OCT01 _ { alestic PHONE 1701 DAILY 2:00 3:30 7:00 8:30 mm [oday and;T omorrow William Fox Presents GLADYS BROCKWELL IN "KULT7UR"' THE RAPE OF DEMOCRACY What were the inside workings of Teuton diplomacy which tctually launched the rape of democracy? Was it the assas- ination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne at Sara- evo a real cause of hostilities, or was it merely an excuse for he launching of a...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ,v9 YYYYYYAIY/ 9 YYM ii Y - . . ,... r- YIW . w i execs; )fflcers and men in the S. A. T. C. h sections A and B, will be grieved know that their old friend, the big aggy dog, whose grizzly old face s often seen on the steps of the w Union building, has departed for officers' training camp in Texas. [he old mascot used to be with ne of the men at all times. He was en seen in front of regimental head- arters, and around a...…

October 16, 1918 (vol. 29, iss. 13) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY D _ IS TEIL TENSIVE COURSE ON MILITARY SCHEDULE WILL REPLACE AT HOME 'HOSE SENT ABROAD' re of the girls who took the nonths' course in nurses train- Vassar during the summer are attending the training here. Only college graduates ligible to attend the course at There were 418 girls from leges, and 47 states were rep- d in the group. The work in- courses in chemistry, prac- ursing, dietetics, bacteriology, general a very ...…

July 16, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…IS A WEEK LL UTHE ONLY OFFICIAL / UMRNEWSPAPER No 9 upy Main Floor at Concert nesday Night; Harrison Will Lead I AND MOORE APPEAR ethusiasm is being maniest- e complimentary concert to Wednesday evening under the of the University School of' hen a program unusual in will be offered; a feature of 11 be the singing of patriotic the audience under the di- f Theodore Harrison, head of department of the School of 1 men in the Mechanics'tcorps ...…

July 16, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…qE TWO THE WOLVERINE '"be W'olverine Official student newspaper for the summer session of the University of Michigan. Issued Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoons. Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap- plication to the business manager. Office hours: Managing editor, 1:00 to. 2:00 o'clock; business manager, 11 to 12 o'clock, daily. Address, The Wolverine, Press Build- ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mich. Russell Barnes-Managing Editor Phone...…

July 16, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE WOLVERINE PAGE THREE """"II ""'i"""""i"""i"ii11lIIIIUIII;; A t the Theaters uerthTheater WHAT'S GOING N "Over the Top" is considered one eningg-7 a,8 en and: a of the foremost stories of the war be- July 16, 5 p. m.-The Social Outlot Phone-G 6oJUcause it was written by a man who After the War. Mr. A. E. Wood. PROGRAM FOR JULY has been there, who has suffered sev- 7:30 p. m.-Visitors' Night at the O Xed-16-17-Henry B. Walthall en wounds,...…

July 16, 1918 (vol. 9, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…FOUR THE WOLVERINE HE DETACHME NTNEW DETICMENT BHAVES Tear Gasitis WELI I ISPECIONWe Still Wunder Twinkle, twinkle, little Czar, Officer Commends Men; Declares He How we wonder where you are. Will Rate Them High in Report Dead or buried-shuffled off to Government Or still a healthy Romanoff? FROM THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE. The inspection held ,by Captain THE LATEST puzzle for war fiends James H.. Buell, Saturday, was near- to solve is the solution ...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 1

…loo ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918. M BH GATHEF ITEST PIP [igh Although Nun Few jn Comparison !Enrollment ERS -tXPLAIN RUL CANE, AND ROPE Electe Captain of1 ;icipati g; Sophomo Ass ble Tonight ers of he freshman compa tively few i pirited pring game ie amp itheatre of t last n ht. a the p p yo 've go enough men here," >ck, '19 wh presi in co men ing on present Ro ert T. aging e 'tor f The: unicatio f m a n homore ela s rega is ...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 2

….4' RY ATID the place she holds in peace A NEW IDEA r stopped to think you hold your own Isn't it your first ing any new or radi- 'essed to discount it g from some one who ny better," or who certainly must be iyone capable of hav- t to think that any- say will be met so The type of mind which holds so maciously to a given opinion ghat atrance to any other is barred cer- ainly ought not to belong to any ae who is really trying to secure an ...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sophs Will Clash Sr With grosh Today { .: fARRELL HOPEFUL oF BEATING NOTRE DAME IIL Are nes But Blows . Sophomores and freshmen will en- gage in the first of a series of regular baseball games at 4 o'clock this aft- ernoon on the field across from Bar- bour gymnasium. The captain for the sophomore team will be elected be- fore the game and Margaret Rott- schaefer is the captain of the fresh- men. The sophomore line up...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 4

…* * * * * * "' *, I' i* AT THE THEATERS WAR FILMS WILL BE SHOWN HERE SATURDAY ows cast by the foliage will appear strange, because the light in shining through the apertures in the leaves, forms little crescent images of theI partially covered sun. Ten minutes 18 will no Ion- in former days. will be thrown s as they pass d "'matrimony." and old shoes ry as a patrio- od Administra- hat every effort waste of these thers. Rice is Id shoes ...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 5

…11' 61 f'f 1r1 Th. S , ... I ? ____ & _* FRST AIRPLANE MAIL SERICE ESTABLISHED NEW YORK-WASIIINGTON ROUTE IS FORERUNNER OF NEW SYSTEN Washington, May 15.-With the es- tablishment of a regular airplane mail service between Washington and New York, the postoffice considers that the project is experimental only in the sense that a now familiar means of locomotion is to be put practica+ly to a new use. The war has demonstrated effectively that t...…

May 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 161) • Page Image 6

…N AT ONCE (Continued from Page One) wood and composition sheeting, with a large skylight in the center. No windows will be installed until fall, the openings to be covered until then by wire screens. Heating and light- ing appliances will also be put in at that time. Smaller Building Alongside and to the east of this building will be another one, of small- er dimensions, 60 by 16 feet, with toil- et facilities for 375 men and washing accomoda...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…)FF WITH A BANG! BUY YOUR THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BONDS TODAY t THE WEATHERI FAIR AND WARMER TODAI r .Sijr~tl ~AaitJ ASWSOCI ATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHIT WIRE SERVICE VOL. XXVIII. No. 13. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1918. PRICE THREE CENTS HEAVY ONSLAUHT AGINST BAILLEUL ARTILLERY DISPLAY INCREASES IN GIVENCHY SECTOR, SAYS RAID HUNS ON GAIN FOOTHOLD MESSINES RIDGE Mysterious Plot in Frague to Create German Government There, Sta...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MEMBER ASSOCIATE PRESS he Associated Press is exclusi'vely entitled he use for republication of all news dis- hes credited to it or not otherwise credit- in this paper and also the local news ished herein. fficial newspaper at the University of higan. Published every morning except :day during the university year. ntered at the postofficesat Ann Arbor as nd-class matter. ffices: Ann Arbor Press Building. hones: Business, 96...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…I P. door director of out- confined to his' Y's hospital fol-' ion. John Ed-' in Bartelme's te latter's ab-' =r *: *x :x H6U EU UL. AFTER TRIALS I COACH FARRELL TO RUNNERS THIS AFTERNOON SELECT an ope: is acti . during e'. 0 6 1 6 Bartelme is expected to be * >ack in his office in a short time. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1 0 ..20 3 3 0 * ...............30 7 27 21 123456789 0 00 00 002 1-3 . ...1 20 00 1 01 *-5 hits Taggart, Ga...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I . II SPECILiIZATION TALKS "LET"S 60!",O N TRIP, MAKES MONEY RA NIT Early Spring Showing of HIGH morale and neat appearance are inseperable -in business and profess- ional life as well as in the fighting force. You rmen who control the destiny of industrial America will find the qual- #ztes you need-the snap of youth, the dignity of age, the refinement of ex- perience and the acme of value-best exp'ressed in I...…

April 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 135) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, Al Walk-Over pring Pumps and Oxfords FOR WOMEN A wonderful assort- ent of styles and pat- Pump shown in the cut is one of our many :istinctive styles and car- ies the popular military heel, long thin vamp and small narrow silk bow, naking a smart tailored effect. Ua Unusual value at $5.50. Ann Arbor Talk During Vacation Friday, April 5 Work is commenced on a large elec- tric sign on the court house lawn. The si...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 1

…optr _i -I axt P PF IIAY AND p SE' ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1918. t PRICE CABLES LTY LISTS Washington, March 15.-More than 100 names were contained in the casuality lists cabled to the war de- partment by' General Pershing, but only 62 were made public tonight be- cause of delays in checking. Al- T though the list was the longest yet received from France in a single day, the number of men reported killed in action was co...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 2

…ate that it needs "push." every reason to believe ernment will not end the idea at the conclusion of ipaign. Thrift clubs will . therefore, and will re- lves into organizations to r finances on a plane with requirements. They will round up all those un. with the allied cause, soon be taken for grant- rson with means not con- the cause is not an Am- r. t time every pro-Amer- a member of a Thrift CARYATID A certain ridiculous person sug- gested...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 3

…in Vatting Loss of Johnson least, with land. is for - Jackson an-Baker to- 15, 34, Buell, More than twenty of the men that survived the cut were out in suits yesterday afternoon and went through the regular fielding and batting prac- tice, in Waterman gymnasium. Scheidler, Wescott, Gariepy, Ruz- icka, and Glenn were used by Coach Lundgren in the box, while Heidler, Morrison, and Mraz caught them. A big improvement in the batting has bee...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 4

…iwere t t 1 18 DAY I lay Saturday ATRA" E '1:. Y A Triangle Feature De Lux Featuring BELLE BENNETT - in - THE WOMAN" Also Triangle Comedy "HIS BAD POLICY" - and - WM. S. HART - In- "THE BAD MAN" The Biggest Show In Town Prices Always the Same TOMORROW DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in - " REGGIE MIXES IN" GEORGE WILSON WITH GUS HILL'S MINSTRELS, AT THE WHITNEY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * AT THE THEATERS * * * * * * * * * *...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 5

…k rl 'ru MILITARY NEWS :Ht FOR RUOTUG Early Spring. ' ance are profess- fighting I VADETS TO LEARN CARTRIDGE. FILLING AND FIREARM MECHANISM A requisition for supplies for main- destiny of d the qual- f youth, the nent of .ex- value--best /i L&co_ taining the gallery -range in the base- ment of Waterman gymnasium was sent to the Rock Island arsenal, Rock Island, Ill., by Lieut. George C. Mul- len yesterday afternoon. The quarterma...…

March 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 117) • Page Image 6

…ii'jewV L/ilL. IY Models PROFHa -IC AL ODESSA DOUBTFUL GIN THINKS GERMANY CANNOT USE RESOURCES UNLESS PEACE IS MADE I The Literary Critic Says E E ing Slippers IN OUR FIRST YEAR OF WAR, by Woodro Wi lon2 Harper and Brothers, New York. EASTER IS MARCH 31 AND VACATION APRIL 5 k or d or r r £ ai i Following many requests for a war "The risks that Germany is run- volume of important official documents ver. Boot Shop, J. Hoffstetter, ...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…XEATHER ; CONTINUED COLD g Sfr 43r til ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT WIRE SE:RVICE No. 93. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1918. PRICE THREE .EDO 0BUSINESS- ICTION PARTLY WEPT__BY FLOOD CING PLANT MAY BE CLOSED BY RISE OF MAUMEE RIVER JSTRY IN PERIL. [F FLOOD CONTINUES ENGINEERS APPLY TO ENTER RESERVE Moore than 270 students have now applied for enlistment in the engin- eers' section of the enlisted reserve corps, acco...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRI ASSOCIAThD PRESSv Press is exclusively entitlea publication of all news dis- to it or not otherwise credit- - and also the local news per at the University of. shed every .oing except he university year. postoffice at Ann Arbor as ;er. bor Press Building. , ss, 960; Editorial, 2414. s not to exceed 300 words tices of events will be pub- ily, at the discretion of the the office in the Ann Arbor the notice box...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 3

…THE MICH1GAN DAILY _, rt Women For Basketball i. T Al 'ARSITY TRACK MEET TO BE NEXT SAlURDAY' Notre Dame Has Few Track Stars ,L TAKES SQUAD EN TO MINNEA- LME TONIGHT TO PLAY, OCK PIVOT MAN >f Veteran Center Weakens Five on Eve of Battle With - Gopher ,five ch Mitchell and his squad of eers departed for Minneapolis day afternoon at 1:16. t. Boyd, McClintogk, Ruzicka, tt, Emery, Bornstein, and Ry- r were the men who made the Manager Nye ...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 I und reduced rates may ose women wishing to s in "A Kiss for Cin- sday, Feb. 20, in De- ent number desire to erested may have a for them by calling es E. Wells, or Miss 7, at the office of the in Barbour gymnas- R R IG Pop.-atAWed E ' and Sat., 25c' ETROIT to $100 DND WEEK Iho CamesBack" STIC T R E MILITARY NEWS Make-up drill will be held from 9 to 11 o'clock this morning in Water- ma gymnasium for the cadets who ...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY :e Army- ,, / I recognize the part that clothes play. The recruit soon is that to be a soldier he must look a soldier-trim, smart, set-up! .iusiness Life- 01 same thing holds true. St look successf a. If you would attain success-you A Stein Bloch or a Michaels-Stern Suit one of the best advertisements for the man who wants to ake himself known as a comer." Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co. w ® r MI HIGAN MEN!' - hmmm...…

February 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 93) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY SA _. r -- ,x 9 w United States ARMY SHOE Regulation MUNSON LAST Large Shipment Just Arrived SS o N All sizes and widths Regulation or Oil Tanage Price $7.09 .(V Walk-Over BOOT SHOP 115 S. MAIN ST. Men's Shop-Woodward at Grand River AN N OU NC I NG THE NEW 1918 SPRING STYLES IN MEN'S CUSTOM .SHIRTINGS Exclutive Importations in Madras, Silks,. Silk Mixtures-Distinctive Designs and Colorings EARLY INSPECTION SOLICITE...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 1

…r ± t a ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, W EDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 1918. ',, ,- t POSTERS FOR WANTED "LET'S GO" For Cast and Chorus Will Be Held Again Tonight U.S. TO PUT' NEW 21 'S U NDE R 0DRAFT Government Decides Against Raising Limit Above 31 Years of Age MAY USE NATIONAL ARMY TROOPS FOR HARVEST WORK SENATE VOTES TO, RETAIN ATHLETICS IF FRESH LIT NOTICE -.,-.-- I. The poster contest for the 1918 Union opera, "Let's Go," opens today. Campu...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 2

…year's tuition fre won't leak, and are you going eading "Kai- and we want e, a fountain more sleep; to do about CONFERENCE DECREES GOOD SAMARITNISM, STUDENT VOLUNTEERS ADVANCE NEW IDEA OF CHRISTIAN - WORK Good Samaritanism and absence of hatred were'the keynotes of the stu-1 I Wlomen Acting Dean Agnes E. Wells will be at home to University women at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at New- berry residence. Mr. N. C. Fetter, secretary of the U...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 3

…its Bath Robes off / Co. MAIN STREET AT WASHINGTON THAT YOU MAY ECONOMIZE THE COMING YEAR Let us renovate your soiled garments and restore them to usefulness. By our process, the most modern known, we are enabled to turn out perfect work, removing stains without injury to the most delicate fabrics. Won't you let your first order "blaze the trail" to satisfaction. ANN ARBOR STEAM DYE WORKS PHONE 628 :Ch opSuey Hot Rolls - 2 for Sc MICHIGA...…

January 16, 1918 (vol. 28, iss. 80) • Page Image 4

…Iut BUREAU AVIATION OFFICER TO ID GIVE MEN INFORMAlON i IS GREAT MUTUAL A ORG(ANIZATION SERVES NATi( AND MEN IN MANY WAYS It Behooves Us to on .o ws- ATS YOU )LM m 1*1 Lu Two or Three Stars. id Gold. I NICKELS ARCADE Fa .s t Co. Detroit Universities, colleges, and technical schools throughout the country, organ- ized as the Intercollegiate Intelligence bureau, are giving valuable aid to the government in the present crisis. At ...…

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