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July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…rbne E111JU itoUa One hundred edeven years ofeditorlirdom Summer Weekly www.michigandally.com Monday July 29, 2002 'N & l ! !1! :111 i !j {o I NEWS Highest paid administrator looks forward Brater and oana to research Joh fac( each other before the primary for the 18th District state Senate !Democratic nomination. Page 3 OP/ED The Daily endorses Lynn Rivers for U.S. Rep. and John Schwarz and Jennifer Granholm for governor as the Aug.6...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 PRIMARI ES Continued from Page 1. Grants. She said she relates to people who have trouble paying tuition, as she recalls her own experience of paying her way through school. She added that she opposes private school vouchers, believing they are unconstitutional and drain money from the nation's public schools. "Vouchers keep on sucking the lifeblood out of schools," Rivers said. Dingell has also ...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…The Rithicsnn i ly- lsnnrluoo,.iuly LQi00uvL- 'U' officials look forward to teaching despite work By Jeremy Berkowitz Daily News Editor Despite the larger offices and greater prestige of administrative posi- tions, many deans and executive vice presidents said they desire not to lose touch with students and classroom experience. University Vice President for Research Fawazz Ulaby is returning to the classroom this fall to teach a Ph.D.- level...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 4

…4 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 420 MAYNARD STREET ANN ARBOR, MI 48109 LISA HOFFMAN ZAC PESKOWITZ letters@michigaidaily.com Editor in Chief Editorial Page Editor U ED ITED AND MANAGED BY STUDENTS AT THE Unless otherwise noted, unsigned editorials reflect the opinion of . , ~UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN the 'majority of the Daily's editorial board. All other pieces do not SINCE 1890 necessarily reflect the opinion of The Michigan Daily...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

… VIEWPOINT b Blanchard in the great white north The fat and the furious LUKE SMITH UNRESERVED EMBRACE Monday, July 29 2002 - The Michigan Daily - 5 I can For mont inees for have fum er like a piglets, bo scarce tea tIe-to-the piffW, alt its been i grunt and and hide each.oth grade-sc vivors, in Suppo heat in the few mont wonder i what's go appear li blanket ca unsheathe Any day ing out. L But mayb through dupe. Wel must be "race" is the pun...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 6

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July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 7

…the michigan daily " Great North Campus Location " Spacious 1 bedroom apts. 7 "Spacious 2 bedrooms with master bath "Complimentary shuttle around campus AVAILABLE NOW- EFF, Williami & Divi- * ag rvt acne ih sian. Goo closets, hrdwd. fir great toc.! Gal- woodd vews atmn Realty Co.,9941202 ext.23. r BEAUTIFUL 2 BDRM. hi-level apt. Tire A aae et be nChurclh St.btwnt.ttill & Oakland.. M ngement e. al le ()223-1183. 741-9300 SPACIOUS FURNISHED EFF...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 8

…8 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 Interim President B. Joseph White will step down from his position when President- elect Mary Sue Coleman arrives Aug. 1. Oppenheimer Properties, Inc. w Sept. to Sept. 02/03 Leases Still Available...Call Soon! call (734) 995-5575 or email: tparon@earthlink.net 821 Packard (corner of Greenwood) 6 bedrooms large,3 stories lots of parking new carpet & blinds 3 and 1/2 bathrooms + laundry $2900 + ut...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 9

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002--9 Plan A,' and you always have alter- natives and options. TMD: What is your opinion of the students here? How do you want them to remember you? BJW: I think our students share a remarkably high degree of intelligence and talent. I think they have a very wide range of interests and passions. I think when the chips were down, as they were on Sept. 11, I think our stu- dents pulled together and were a...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 10

… Do you agree with us? If not, holler back in the 'Feed- back' portion of the new Michi- gan Daily website. www.michigandaily.com ARTS 4 Monday 1gf July 29, 2002 1V No, BABY, NO Spoofsequel is a less than Power-ful rehash By Lyle Henretty desperation to remain "swinging." Daily Arts Editor Ozzy aside, there are plenty of star cameos in "Goldmember," big It would be beneficial to human- stars that are either friends with ity to set up faux...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 11

…A Tmc The ichian Dilv--M na uy 9 09-1 AXRT 1 I TI IVhIsan flKIIlaiiey- IVIVIUle , JlyS, 0 ')LVVG -11 'Nintendo's 'Eternal Darkness' brings insanity to Gamecube By Matt Grandstaff Daily Arts Writer With .Capcom's re-release of their classic horror game, "Resi- dent Evil," many felt that Nintendo finally could be justified as a sys- tem for mature gamers. But as most gamers found out early on, the ghoulishly enhanced "Resident Evil" was a ...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 12

…12 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 AI IELIEFans of Amelie herself will undoubtedly be disappointed with Continued from Page 11 the mis-titled feature "The Fantasies boy-meets-girl tale by creating a of Audrey Tautou," a series of wonderfully detailed environment bloopers and goofs of the gorgeous complete with quirky characters. actress. Also included are the the- "Amelie" aficionados will be atrical trailers, storyboards, screen...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 13

…urs idtigan ailg SPORTS michigandaily.com sportsdesk@umich.edu MONDAY JULY 29, 2002 L3 A disturbing trend Loss of Cammalleri hurts 'M' more than ever before DAVID KATZ/Daily Former Michigan forward Mike Cammalieri scored 23 goals last season, leading the team despite missing 15 games. Cammalleri, Komisarek si NHL deals By Charles Paradis Thursday, Komisarek and Cammalleri, the best four years of our lives" Daily Sports Editor respectively,...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 N, =Media selectsMichigana preseason Big Ten favorite Rogers and Doss take home preseason Players of the Year DAVID KATZ/Daiy if the media is correct, the Michigan football team will be celebrating again this season, as the Wolverines are picked to win the Big Ten. Questioning intelligence When Michigan coach Lloyd Carr questioned the intelligence oftthe media for its preseason picks, he had eve...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 15

…The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 - 15 Coaches address BCS, 12th team Evans making abnormal recovery, plans to return for Big Ten grind f By J. Brady McCollough Daily Sports Editor CHICAGO - The Bowl Champi- onship Series was created four years ago by college football's governing body to produce an undisputed No. 1 against No. 2 national championship game. But in three out of its first four years in existence, the BCS has done exactl...…

July 29, 2002 (vol. 112, iss. 132) • Page Image 16

…16 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, July 29, 2002 BRETT MOUNTAIN/Daily Former Michigan defenseman Mike Komisarek will not return to Michigan this fail. DEPARTURES Continued from Page 13 some of the priorities that I would have thought were important." Some of Michigan's most success- ful alumni, Brendan Morrison, Marty Turco, Steve Shields and John Madden all played four years for the - Wolverines and according to Berenson, didn't give conside...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 1

…SUMMEltA. Vga ag One hundred and one years of editorial freedom Volume No. 12S Ann Arbor, Michigan Wednesday, July 29, 1992 @1992 The Michigan Daily COM-Candidates prepare for primary by Hope Calati Daily Staff Reporter The race is coming down to the wire for candidates running for the state house in the 52nd and 53rd districts, as next Tuesday's primary draws ever nearer. The 52nd district contest includes a hotly contested race to replace S...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 2

…2 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, July 29, 1992 Democratic candidates support gay and lesbian issues during forum by Beth Echlin he or she feels that the police need But other observers believed the Daily Staff Reporter greater sensitivity training in dealing candidates to be fairly-well prepared. The Michigan Lesbian Gay Demo- with gays and lesbians, especially in "There were some tough questions, cratic Caucus gave 52nd and 5...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 3

…Political groups solicit in Art Fair by David Shepardson Daily Opinion Editor Last week,60political actiongroups solicited donations and gave informa- tion to the tens of thousands of people who attended the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Thiswasthefirstyearthatthebooths werelocatedonSouthUniversity Street instead of Liberty Street. Most volun- teers working at the booths said the * change resulted in decreased traffic by their information booths. "It wa...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 4

…4-The Michgan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, July 29, 1992 EDITOR IN CHIEF. Unsigned editorials represent the opinion4 M S48109 ANDREW M. LEVY of a majority of the Daily's editorial 764-0552 OPINION EDITORS board. All other cartoons, signed articles, Edited and Managed by RGIL RENBERG and letters do not necessarily reflect the Students at the DAVID SHEPARDSON opinion of the Daily. University of Michigan When you vote on August 4th... Mo ga...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 5

…Wednesday, July 29, 1992 -The Michigan Daily Summer Weeky - 5 From the editors * It is critical that the approximately 10,000 students who are in Ann Arbor during the summer vote. In this primary season, students have been summarily dismissed by most candidates - regardless of ideology or party - because of a widely held belief by the candidates that students are apathetic and unconcerned with the primaries. This trend must be reversed. The D...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 6

…6 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, July 291 m,1992 Ef'... magazines all too frequently lead to books and should be regarded by the prudent as the heavy petting of literature.' I Fran Lebowitz Bull shots HA bar, a 0 Apted's new film explores the possibility that the U.S. government might be fibbing Incident at Oglala dir. Michael Apted If you want even more appalling evidence that the United States gov- ernment plays dirty a...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 7

…Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - 7 The Essential Ellison Harlan Ellison Morpheus International Where can you get New York street gangs, post-apocalyptic vi- sions of the future, dogs, God, and musings on violence in movies, all in one volume? The Essential Ellison is a thirty-five-year retrospective of the author's work, including several of his best short stories, essays, and an unproduced screenplay. Its thousand pages are a representation of...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 8

…8 -The Michigan Daily Summer Week - Wednesday, July 29, 1992 Each year - rain or shine - hundreds of artists bring their work to the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair and thousands of people take to the streets to see it. The 1992 fair, which ran from July 22-25, reminded us that is people who create the art, people who make the fair a reality and people who make it an event to remember. …

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 9

…Wednesday, July 29, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -9 Clockwise from top left: A worker at Oaza Foods fills a jar with bagels on opening day. Food was a major part of the fair, providing everything from full meals to quick snacks on every block. Patrons were able to maintain long distance relationships with free phone calls. A couple pauses to take a closer look at some black and white photographs. "Mr. B" jazzes up the intersection ...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 10

…10 -The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly- Wednesday, July 29,1992 Police W Lloyd cuts dining sponsor.. .aiyservices shifts faii events without notice by Andrew Levy Daily Editor in Chief by Adam Hundley agreed. "They might as well have been The large police presence on North Daily Staff Reporter fired," said Kinesiology senior Sharron Campus' DiagnextTuesday willnotbe Student cafeteria workers at Alice Purdy, who was one of the few workers respond...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 11

…Wednesday, July 29, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -11 THIS WEEK IN ARTS Art: Coming Together of the Four Sacred Directions, a beautiful, multi-media display of Native American art. Through Friday, Union Art Lounge on the first floor and North Campus Commons Art Gallery, free. School of Art Brown Bag Lecture, Marc Wise will talk about his experiences as a truck driver and photographer. Monday 12 p.m., Art and Architecture room 2104, f...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 12

… CLASSIFIED ADS 764-0557 . ANN ARBOR CONDO 2 BDRM Great location. Parents: Good investment for your student or grad. student. Unit rentable. Leav- ing town. $52,000. Call 677-4261. AWESOME KENWOOD STEREO two 4- way Kenwood spkrs, must sell $400/best, 483-0558. BY OWNER 2 bdrm condo 19th fl. Tower Plaza E. William. Great view. 971-4742. MDL1200 TREK Road bicycle. Alum. frame. Shimano derailler and Trek composite frame sets. Riden less than 3 ...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 13

…Wednesday, Juy 29, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -13 PAK NG GR Dtheir "last resort." May 1991 graduate Other students realize that while toward paying for a keg.RShelia Hartford said, "It's not like I being back at home may not be ideal, it Continued from page 3 "We had to sit outside in the sun alCon ued from page 1 don't like my family or anything, it's can offer a huge decrease in expenses Some students may also find it dif- just ...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 14

…14 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, July 29, 1992 RECORDS from adrummer who wrote(butnever Cont dfrompage1sang on) a couple of songs for his Continued band (but on some cuts, Mars' vocals are more than lacking). I'm glad he Chris Mars did it, it made me happy, but I wish Horseshoes and Hand Grenades for more. Smash /Island -Annette Petruso Recalling the Jam, They Might Be Giants, and, not surprisingly, the Polvo Replacements, ex...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 15

…Wednesday, July 29, 1992 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -15 Q: What was the last European city to host the Summer Olympics? * SPORTS 0 ofs TIq ~~411 (7 i I k i :6 z) WlunW : d \iiLl 1C/L V Y/ T "/ T ' Y Borges, Namesnik strike silver Barrowman, Ferguson go for the gold today from staff and wire reports BARCELONA, Spain - Two Michigan swimmers found the silver lining in their Olympic competition earlier this week. In yesterday's 100-...…

July 29, 1992 (vol. 102, iss. 12) • Page Image 16

…16 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly - Wednesday, July 29,1992 FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK Townsend signs with Rams' by Josh Dubow Daily Football Writer Former Michigan linebacker Brian Townsend recently signed a contract with the NFL's Los Angeles Rams. Townsend, who was a starting outside linebacker with last year's Big Ten champion Wolverines,reported to the Rams' training camp in Irvine, Calif., July 15. Townsend is being represented by Cincinnat...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 1

…Non-Proit Org. U.S. POSTAGE 47) PAID Ann Arbor, MI PERMIT NO. 13 Ninety-eight years of editorial freedom Vol. XCVIII, No. I1S Ann Arbor, Michigan - Friday, July 29, 1988 T*.% Regents enact protest rules BY RYAN TUTAK policy defining the first amendment rights of for the University community. eludes guidelines by the University's Civil University students no longer have a voice participants in campus events, and to ignore a Bylaw 7.02 will "aut...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 2

…Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 29, 1988 Ed. school gets new dean [ ...... BY JEFF ARCHER The newly-appointed dean of the! tion will begin his five-year term ausl end of a five-year period of budget cut Cecil Miskel, whose appointment the University Board of Regents at t week, will oversee a "rebuilding perio said Carl Berger, who proceeded Misk In 1983, the University had the school of education to cut its progra due to financial...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 29, 1988 - Page 3 PRCESE WOD Two worlds collide BY AMY HARMON Kristin sits with her legs crossed and her arms crossed and her eyes glued to the floor. She does not trust me. She does not want to be here. She has come to Ozone House, she says, because her only other option is the street. She can not go home. Even if her mother would take her back, she wouldn't go. Something about her mother's boyfriend. She do...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 4

…OPINION Page 4 Friday, July 29, 1988 The Michigan Daily August 2 primaries: Vote f4 THE DAILY ENDORSES DEAN Baker for congress, Nancy Francis for circuit court judge, Janis Bobrin for drain commissioner and Andrea Walsh for county commissioner in the August 2 primaries. In the congressional race, Dean Baker, who holds a Ph.D. in eco- nomics from the University, is op- posed by State Senator Lana Pol- lack. Baker has run a grassroots campaign,...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVES k I- The Michigan Daily Friday, July 29, 1988 Page 5 Fleming's inferno BY COREY DOLGAN This is the story of how some wide-eyed optimistic students and faculty tried to apply an idealistic set of democratic principles to a document on the "Rights and Obli- gations of Speakers, and Protestors at the University of Michigan," and how they were led down a path of crafty lies and unconscionable be- trayal by a University admi...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 6

…Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, July 29, 1988 -The monthly open poetry reading at Rabbi Jacob, is the story of a Ha- pants reading their works in rounds - Sottini's Sub Shop begins at 8 p.m. sidic Jew thrown into the red-light with the audience as judges. Check it 'Amadeus, Amadeus ... the Oscar- district. It's at 9:15 p.m. at the out. A I-R e a winning film hits the big screen of Michigan. WEDNESDAY the Michigan Theatre at 5:10 p.m., fo...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 7

…ARTS The Michigan Daily Medieval Fest: Chivalry's alive BY LAUREN SHAPIRO _ dizzying fun. REV up your old time machine After watching a production or and set the dial back four or five two, get ready to jam. The Early centuries. But if the machine is giv- Music Ensemble will present a ing you a hard time, then just come rumhorne Consort which replicates over to the Arboretum this weekend hI curt. Hre it your chan ce for a sneak preview of the...…

July 29, 1988 (vol. 98, iss. 11) • Page Image 8

…SPORTS I The Michigan Daily Page 8 Miller wins conference award BY STEVE BLONDER SPECIAL TO THE DAILY WASHINGTON, D.C.- As a final hurrah, former Daily sports editor Scott G. Miller won the William Reed Award for writing last week. The award, which carries with it a $1,000 prize, designates the top sports writer in the Big Ten. "The award once again shows the superiority of the Michigan Daily sports staff," said Miller. "We al- ways cons...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…a7Ier £ihiqan IEiI Ninety-four years of editoria/ freedom Vol. XCIV, No. 30-S Copyright 1984 Ann Arbor, Michigan - Sunday, July 29, 1984 Fifteen Cents Sixteen ?ages Study urges more merit aid By ANDREW ERIKSEN school students is becoming more of a The University has issued a report __ o concern because the number of high that recommends the financial aid for fi'O rCe 1t com m e R a school students will decline students with high academic...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…i Page 2 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 Union's General Store to close By THOMAS HRACH The Michigan Union's late-night staple, The General Store, will close Tuesday as the Union phases out its retail operations under an agreement which gives a privately owned bookstore exclusive rights to sell Michigan insignia merchandise and cer- tain other items. Currently the Union runs three different retail operatons which include The Gen...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 - Page 3 25th annual art fair draws to a By ERIC MATTSON Artists, merchants, patrons, and in- terest groups all wrapped up their four- day binge at the art fair yesterday, and most people said the annual event was quite a success. Cold, rainy weather on Thursday slowed business down a bit, but some merchants and artists said they ac- tually did better during the rain. By yesteday, the skies had clear...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 4

…Page 4 - The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 MSUeezesdin-state undergraduate tuition IN BRIEF Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports By PETE WILLIAMS with wire reports In response to a recommendation from Gov. James Blanchard and the State Legislature, the Michigan State University Board of Trustees voted Friday to freeze tuition rates for in- state undergraduate students. According to MSU administrator ...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 5

…The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 29, 1984 - Page 5 Ten wom pornography week outside sity building portraying w violent condi The warn "Women h CO 0 "Pornograp every woma three times through Satu "People se audience," sa and MSU soc The film ca more of an Bob Muraw munications An advertise "Women's Revenge". The prote upset by the tisement as a The film's rated Cage popularity o Murawski sa Although customers ai Film sparks protests at en ca...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 6

…a OPINION -. - - . . . w . . Page 6 Vol. XCIV, No. 30-S 94 Years of Editorial Freedom Managed and Edited by Students at The University of Michigan Editorials represent a majority opinion of the Daily Editorial Board Two steps back at FCC S INCE 1953, the Federal Communications Commission has forbidden any person or corporation from owning more than seven television stations. The idea was to use federal regulations to encourage diversity in ...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 7

…ARTS Sunday, July 29, 1984 Page 7 The Michigan Daily Gatemouth gives his philosophy By Joseph Kraus I'm not just here to play music and see people dance around. I'm here to teach people about my art. G ATEMOUTH BROWN is a philosopher - a philosopher who does most of his talking on stage with his guitar and fiddle, but who has plenty to say backstage. Gatemouth is certainly best known to the world for his individual guitar style. Specializi...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 8

…I A The AMithinan Daiily -CS.ns i..10 o QI4O t PIO F n oa FaL ion a SS J s. 612 E. Liberty (Across from the Michigan Theater) gives you the World in News! call 764-0558 TO SUBSCRIBE Let us introduce ourselves. You can't miss our "M" section. We have just about everything imaginable for the Michigan fan: shirts to - shorts, pens to pen- - - nants music boxes to mugs banners to - backpacks and more. Our clothing items We're Ulrich's Books...…

July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 9

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July 29, 1984 (vol. 94, iss. 30) • Page Image 10

…L Art Fair '84 Certain forms of art don't fit inside a booth a Most of the 400,000 people who flood Ann Arbor for four days every summer come to see booths filled with han- dmade arts and crafts. More than 300 exhibitors offer almost as many dif- ferent kinds of artwork for sale. But each year the throngs of tourists are joined by a group of artists who bring a different kind of art to the fair. Their work doesn't appear on canvas, in clay,...…

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