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June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 19-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, June 2, 1981 Sixteen Pages Heaviest rfi s Behrtin rocks Beirut BEIRUT, Lebanon - Ignoring an ap- peal by Secretary of State Alexander Haig to end the fighting, Syrian troops and Christian militia forces shook Beirut with heavy weapons fire for a second straight day yesterday, in some of the most intense shelling in two mon- ths. Police said at least 10 civilians were killed - ...…

June 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 20) • Page Image 1

…e Micigan ai Vol. XCI, No. 20-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, June 3, 1981 Sixteen Pages 'U' therapy program targeted for elimination PHYSICAL THERAPY CURRICULUM Director, Richard Darnell, discusses the Medical School dean's recommendation to discontinue the program which supplies 36 of the state's 87 physical therapists each year. ed school prom otes our wit out tenure By ANDREW CHAPMAN The University Medical School has stirred up con...…

June 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 21) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 21-S -Thursday, June 4, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages State plans to resume direct student loans Making a splash A junior high school student cackles with delight after shoving his com- panion off a fallen tree into the Huron River near Island Park. Prison under control in Canad a after riot By MARK GINDIN After a five-month halt, the State Direct Student Loan Program will resume providing Guaranteed Stud...…

June 05, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 22) • Page Image 1

…The Mcigan Dal Vol. XCI, No. 22-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, June 5, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages plus Supplement ax cut plan gains si WASHINGTON - President Reagan, Reaganho e ful persunaiiy iubbyiu ~e peronaly oD~ ing congressional friends and fence-straddlers, inched closer yesterday to the legislative majority needed to enact his multi-year tax cut plan. "Today I'm pleased to announce that we're prepared to . .. reduce the bur- den...…

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 1

…e ichigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 23-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, June 6, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages ' therapy program not Mirrored image A different view of the carilloneur's Burton Tower is seen in the puddle left after yesterday's torrential downpour. Computer age Ips in uest for financil aiEd By ANN MARIE FAZIO While admitting that discontinuance of the University's physical therapy training program would adversely af- fect the cur...…

June 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol XCI No .4-S' Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, June 9, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Israeli jets attack fraqi reactor UNIVERSITY VICE-PRESIDENT for Academic Affairs Bill Frye and President Harold Shapiro listen to students and. faculty members who criticized the Executive Committee's recommendation to discontinue the Department of Geography at a public hearing yesterday. Frye will announce his recommendation on the issu...…

June 10, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…The ..ic igan all Vol. XCI, No. 25-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Wednesday, June 10, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages e Iraqi reactor From AP and UPi bombing mission. JERUSALEM-Prime Minister WHILE THE United States went on Menachem Begin yesterdsy defended record condemning the raid, a White the Israeli raid on an Iraqi nuclear House aide said it did not appear that reactor as a "supreme moral act" to President Reagan would move to cut diff save the Jewi...…

June 11, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…The ichianDaily Vol. XCI, No. 26-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday. June 11, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages US. suspends shimen o ~ jtstoIsae From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - The Reagan ad- ministration suspended yesterday the pending shipment of four sophisticated F-16 jet fighters to Israel after deter- mining that the Isiaeli attack on an Iraqi nuclear power plant may have violated a U.S.-Israeli agreement. Reagan believes the use of American- made...…

June 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…e ichigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 27-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, June 12, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Earthquake rips through eastern Iran BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP)-A strong earthquake rocked southeastern Iran early yesterday, and Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Rajai said between 1,500 and 3,000 people were killed, Tehran Radio reported. Rajai told his countrymen the disaster was so large "that it is im- possible to compensate for it without p...…

June 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 28-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, June 13, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Arab nations seek embargo aainst Israel From AP and UPI blind force," Hammadi said as the 15- - UNITED NATIONS - Braced for a nation council opened debate on the clash with the United States and Israel, Iraqi complaint. foreign ministers from Iraq and other BEFORE THE council met, Iraq won S .Arab states went to the United Nations condemna...…

June 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 29) • Page Image 1

…Th Mchgan Daily1 Vol. XCI, No. 29-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Tuesday, June 16, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Council hears protest over convict By LOU FINTOR Daily city government reporter In an emotionally charged City Coun- cil meeting last night, more than a dozen civil rights activists, criminal rehabilitation officials, and angry citizens voiced their opposition to a proposed city ordinance that would' require city halfway house resident...…

June 17, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 30) • Page Image 1

…The michigianDaly igan-Wednesday, June 17, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Frye urges geography elknination i wan you,.. ... to support my tax plan. President Reagan fielded questions on a wide range of issues and tried to garner support for his tax cut plan yesterday in his first televised press conference in more than three months. See story, Page 10. U.S. to sell arms to China, Haigannounces 75 By ANDREW CHAPMAN Daily staff writer In a ...…

June 18, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 31) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Dail Vol. XCI, No. 31-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Thursday, June 18, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages U.S. hedges on Iraq raid From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - The ad- ministration acknowledged yesterday Iraq is seeking a nuclear weapons aity but disagreed with Israel's claim that its raid on Baghdad was necessary because Iraq was on the verge of building an atomic bomb. "We don't agree with that position of Israel," Undersecretary of State Wa...…

June 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 32) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily Vol. XCI, No. 32-S Ann Arbor, Michigan-Friday, June 19, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Regents set for geography decision Daily Photo by PAUL ENGST ROUM Vice President for Academic Affairs Bill Frye listens to speakers defending the University's geography department during the public comments session of yesterday's Regents' meeting. Frye, who presented the Regents with his recommendation to discontinue the department, has as...…

June 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 33) • Page Image 1

…e Mic iganDa Vol. XCI, No. 33-S Ann Arbor,'Michigan-Saturday, June 20, 1981 Ten Cents Sixteen Pages Regents ax geography Vote marks end o long, rocky review By ANDREW CHAPMAN before voting at 10 a.m. to eliminate the Daily staff writer department. "It (discontinuance) is not a desirable op- The University Regents voted unanimously tion," Frye informed the Regents. "But it's yesterday morning to discontinue the the best option we have." geograp...…

June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, June 2, 1981-The Michigan Daily Rabbi Kahane 11 O01 W seeks to outlaw gentile-Jew sex, 4 TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-Rabbi Meir Kahane, the American-born Jewish militant, -is campaigning in Israel's national election on a pledge to outlaw sex between gentiles and Jewish women. Although Kahane's campaign adver- tisements mention U.N. troops and immigrant workers, they concentrate on sexual contact between Jewish women and Arabs: NO ...…

June 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 20) • Page Image 2

…Page 2--Wednesday, June 3, 1981-The Michigan Daily Reagan visits Brady, says 'e's just fine' From AP and UPI WASHINGTON-President Reagan spent an emotional 16 minutes with wounded White House press secretary James Brady at the hospital yesterday and said his spokesman is "coming along great" and is "very happy." It was the president's first visit to his critically wounded aide since they both were shot in an assassination attempt more than ni...…

June 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 21) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, June 4 1981-The Michigan Daily Canadian pris-on -riot der co trol 4 (Continuedfrom Page 1) flee to a rooftop where they were whisked to safety by a helicopter, of- ficials said. At one point, 40 percent of the prison was on fire, Steward said. There was no dollar damage estimate yet. The Canadian Armed Forces was asked to lend 10-man tents to house in- mates because of the damage to dor- mitories. One inmate was hit in the s...…

June 05, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 22) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2-Friday, June 5, 1981-The Michigan Daily r] Y Sol id at threatens more strikes BYDGOSZCZ, Poland (AP)-The in- dependent union Solidarity, angered that a government report on the beating of unionists here three months ago had not been completed, yesterday threatened regional strikes unless the matter is resolved by Wednesday. The new strike threat in this north- west city came as tensions were moun- ting in the southern province of Ka...…

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, June 6, 1981-The Michigan Daily Computer age helps in quest for financkd aid (Continued from Page 1), has never happened that we have not matched a student with something," she said. The awards are not necessarily based on need, which is different from most scholarships, said Maxin. "The normal requirements of either having a cup in your hand or being a genius do not ap- ply here," she said. Because of the recent federal cut-...…

June 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-TuesdayJune 9, 1981-The Michigan Daily 4 Gamble, White, and Foster win board seats By MARK GINDIN DailyStaff Writer Robert Gamble, James White, and Robert Foster were the apparent win- ners in last night's city school board election. - With all the votes counted except one- third of the absentee ballots, Gamble tallied 5,711, White had 5,518, while 5,432 votes were for Foster. The un- counted ballots are not expected to change the wi...…

June 10, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-WednesdayJune 10, 1981-The Michigan Daily Nuclear waste. route through state tentative 0 LANSING (UPI) - The Milliken ad- ministration is not aware that any specific route has been approved for moving Canadian nuclear wastes through Michigan although a federal permit allows entry at Sault Ste. Marie, officials said yesterday. i a letter to Joseph Hendrie, chair- man of the Nuclear Regulatory Com- mission, Gov. William Milliken has cal...…

June 11, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, June 1,1961-The Michigan Doily Polish Comnittee may foe Party chief to, resign 4 WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Com- munist Party chief Stanislaw Kania and his top aides were branded in- capable of resolving the Polish crisis at a stormy Central Committee meeting yesterday that pitted foot- stomping, pro-Soviet hardliners against moderates favoring reform. The attack was viewed as a call for Kania and his aides on the Politburo to re...…

June 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Friday, June 12, 1981-The Michigan Daily Bill to extend scholarship b enefits BY GEOFF CAMPBELL Daily staff writer Michigan students with state scholar- ships could be allowed to attend colleges and universities in states that border Michigan, if a bill introduced in the state Senate last week is passed into law. The legislation, introduced June 3 by Sen. Dick Allen (R-Ithaca), contains a contingency clause which requires that the stat...…

June 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…4 Page 2-Sataurdoy, June 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily Congressional committees agree. on cuts From AP and UPI WASHINGTON - Acting with unusual dispatch, House and Senate committees completed work yesterday on $35 billion in cuts in government programs to comply with President Reagan's fiscal 1982 budget ceiling. The recommendations, expected to be voted upon by both houses within a few weeks, would cut social programs including unemployment c...…

June 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Tuesday, June 16 1981-The Michigan Daily Library Sciene school re-eives $P56,000 grant 4 By CHERYL MCMILLEN Daily staff writer The University School of Library Science will receive $56,000 in federal grants to train specialists to .provide library and information services aiding minority and disadvantaged groups. The University received the largest grant from the U.S. , Department of Education program, which recently awarded library t...…

June 17, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 30) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Wednesday, June 17, 1981-The Michigah Ddily Bomb hits home of B aniSadr; Ousteris likely- I From AP and UPI ANKARA, Turkey - Iranian militan- ts bombed President Abolhassan Bani- Sadra home -and besieged his office, yesterday as parliament voted to begin a debate that could lead to his im- peachment, reports from Tehran said. Officials from the revolutionary prosecutor's office barged into the presidential compound at midmorning with ...…

June 18, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 31) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Thursday, June 18, 1981-The Michigan Daily Bill proposed t'uph old' family WASHINGTON (UPI) - Three news conference in the Capitol that Republicans asked Congress yesterday although he had not discussed the bill to "uphold the American family" by with Reagan, he knew the president barring the federal government from stood for its objectives. interfering with spouse abuse, spanking "I WOULD hope, conceptually, we itrerng ithe sporuse bus...…

June 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 32) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-ri'day, June 19, 1981-The Michigar iDaily 'U' researcher Katona dead at 79 4 George Katona, a pioneer in the field of research at the University's Institute of Social Research and widely con- sidered the "dean of American behavioral economists," died yester- day in Germany at the age of 79. A member of the faculty since 1946, Katona was the originator of the regular Surveys of Consumer Attitudes. He was also founder and long-time dire...…

June 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 33) • Page Image 2

…Page 2-Saturday, June 20, 1981-The Michigan Daily Card catalogues at .. library consolidated By ANNETTE STARON Houbeck, Jr., the assistant coordinator Daily staff writer of the official catalogue project, "it was It took four weeks of refiling cards, something under discussion for a num- double-checking entries, and resorting, ber of years." Within the last year, it but the University's two main library was decided to combine operations and ca...…

June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…The'Michigoan Ddly--Tueadby, Jun6 2, 1981 ,Pae 8- " Student running for board End of high school marked byelection bid By MARK GINDIN Most people do not run for a seat on the city Board of Education before graduating from high school. But most people are not like Pioneer High School senior David Wolfe. "The top" is where he says his political ambitions will take him. Ann Arbor Rep. Perry Bullard's state legislature seat may be on the horizon,...…

June 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 20) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, June 3, 1981-Page 3 PRISON OFFICIALS SA Y DISTURBANCE QUELLED Inmates riot in Hawaii HONOLULU (AP)-About 300 inmates took over a cellblock of the Oahu Community Correctional Cen- ter yesterday in what had been labeled "a major disturbance," but later agreed to withdraw so riot equipped guards could search for contraband, of- ficials said. No injuries had been reported and no hostages were taken, but the trouble w...…

June 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 21) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 4, 1981-Page 3 Economic forecast mixed 'U' economists predict slower inflation, differ on unemployment By NANCY BILYEAU Using extensive survey data, a group of University economists and specialists predict that President Reagan's supply-side economic package may lower inflation and generate greater production and em- ployment by 1982. Consumer attitudes, the automobile industry in North America and Japan, an...…

June 05, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 22) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 5, 1981-Page 3 A look at women med students This is the first of a two-part recent study in the New England Jour- 'sexist' attitude, students say. "There's "I really don't think I could possibly seris o woen n th Unveritys nl ofMedcin. Te to stden inthe goodandbad" sid Dnovn. I tink have a family while I'm a resident,"casi oaSae oe h tsmr n oeafco fpr ooa ad series on women in the University's nal of Medicine. T...…

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, June 6, 1981-Page 3 CHANGING ROLES AND ERODING STER-JOTYPES Women on med campus By JENNY MILLER In the past decade the number of women in the ranks of medicine has in- creased, and most women say 'sexist' attitudes and stereotypes in general have disappeared. There are, however, some inherent problems. for women in medical schools. Few have achieved the higher- paying senior levels in faculty or ad- ministration, ...…

June 09, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, June 9, 1981,-Page 3 Research climate studied Report questions faculty on research environment By JOHN ADAM Daily research reporter Complaints ranging from limited travel funds to tiresome committee and classroom commitments were revealed in a report assessing faculty responses to a survey studying the University's research environment. The purpose of the report is td develop a series of actions to be taken toward...…

June 10, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, June 10, 1981-Page 3 CALABASH PIPES, OLD HA TS TA TTOOS, AND FL YING SAUCERS Specialty shops a local specialty By JOHN ADAM the rush of expensive cigar purchases for the Rose Touch - I'd seen its ads in the paper, and I was y stafBowl last year, or about the Turkish monopoly on curious. On the door's window panes were the words, Daiyiafepri~precious meerschaum and the "coolies" who mine "ANew Girls, New Girls, New...…

June 11, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 11, 1981-Page 3 'U' attracts Chinese prof By JOHN ADAM Daily research reporter In March, a group of psychologists from the People's Republic of China toured the United States, visiting such universities as Harvard, Yale, Stan- ford, U Cal-Berkley, Massachusetts of Institute of Technology, and Carnegie- Mellon. At the end of their tour all the psychologists returned home to China - except for two, who stayed ...…

June 12, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Friday, June 12, 1981 -Page 3 a potential economic oasis By GREGOR MEYER With a major research university, a core of high technology business, and a considerable amount of undeveloped land at its disposal, Ann Arbor has the potential to become an economic oasis amidst the financial chaos plaguing much of Michigan., Community leaders, however, stress the need for controlled development of industry in the area. "For the first...…

June 13, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday June 13, 1981-Page 3 Education after graduation By MARK GINDIN Daily-staff writer Although many University graduates vow never to return to school, duce they are established in their careers people find "the hody of knowledge changes," and they need updated inatruction, ac- cording to a University Business School official. Fortunately, the University offers the type of instruction many professionals need to famili...…

June 16, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…The Michiaon Daily-Tuesdo. June 16. 1981--Page 3 SENA TE COMMIT TEE INCREASES AMTRAK APPROPRIA TION Michigan train will remain By MARK GINDIN the ranking Democrat on the committee, said that this week, Morgan said. Daily staff writer Michigan service will not be eliminated. "We do not Initially, the Reagan administration had recom- Ann Arbor and the rest of Michigan will probably envision any cuts in Michigan," said Linda Morgan of mended $613...…

June 17, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 30) • Page Image 3

…TheMichigon poily-Wednesday, June 17, ,1Qh-Page 3% Engin. School plans co-op By JOHN ADAM Daily staff writer In what appears to be a shift in policy, the new dean of the College of Engineering, James Duderstadt, is moving ahead with plans to establish a cooperative education program for engineering students. Such an education program would allow students both to attend classes and hold down a job in their field of industry on alternating seme...…

June 18, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 31) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Thursday, June 1,8, 19$1--Page3 AATU urges tenant activism By PAMELA KRAMER Daily staff writer "What'll you do?" sigh thousands of students, year after year, about Ann Arbor's "unique" housing situation. The woes of high rents and sometimes poor living conditions in the city are endlessly voiced as students throw up their hands in exasperation ... and usually do nothing more. The hesitancy of students to do something more ...…

June 19, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 32) • Page Image 3

…The MichiganDaily-Friday ,une 19. 198. -Page ERIM'S BREAKTHROUGHS BENEFIT 'U' Local firm reveals inventions By JOHN ADAM Daily research reporter In what has been described as a "quantum jump," two major inventions by Ann Arbor's Environmental Research Institute of Michigan may have "really important potential for upgrading heavy industry in Southeastern Michigan" and have beneficial im- plications for the University as well. Robert DiGiovanni...…

June 20, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 33) • Page Image 3

…The Michigan Daily-Saturday, June 20, 1981-Page 3 OFFICIALS STRESS CIVIL DEFENSE A WARENESS Grim scenario considered By JOHN ADAM Daily staff writer International talks break down. Washington gives Moscow an ultimatum: Withdraw all foreign troops from the Persian Gulf within one week. Surveillance satellites monitoring the Soviet Union spot a migration of Soviet citizens out of the major industrial and population centers. Washington prepares...…

June 02, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…4 Page4-Tuesday, June 2,1981 -The Michigan Daily Bangladesh life. "returning to normal" From AP and UPI DACCA, Bangladesh - Hundreds of thousands of people poured into the streets of Dacca yesterday to mourn Bangladesh President Ziaur Rahman, killed in a coup attempt that gover- nment troops crushed three days after it began. Indian news agencies said at least 50 people were killed in fighting for con- trol of the nation's second-largest cit...…

June 03, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 20) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Wednesday, June 3, 1981-The Michigan Daily Inmate release haltedin Kent County, LANSING (UPI) - A state appeals court yesterday, in a bid to challenge a Kent County early release program to" ease crowding at the county jail, or- dered a stay of the program until the case has been heard. Kent County Prosecutor David Sawyer filed the suit in the Michiganr Court of Appeals last week to protest" the early release plan, which was or- dered b...…

June 04, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 21) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Thursday, June 4, 1981-The Michigan Daily Lefever denies reported slur against ,blacks 4 In Brief Compiled from Associated Press and United Press International reports WASHINGTON (AP) - Despite fresh White House backing, Ernest Lefever, President Reagan's embattled choice as human rights adviser, confronted new questions yesterday after he was portrayed by two of his brothers as believing that blacks are intellectually inferior to...…

June 05, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 22) • Page Image 4

…Page 4-Friday, June 5, 1981-The Michigan Daily JAMES EARL RAY: Stabbed 2 stable condition EtR benFrom APEand UPI man) Davis," she screamed. "He had PETROS, Tenn. - James Earl Ray, James out in the general prison who pleaded guilty to killiog civil rights population - he knew some people leader Martin Luther King Jr., was wanted to get him. stabbed several times in the chest, arm "We know of some new evidence in and neck early yesterday in the ...…

June 06, 1981 (vol. 91, iss. 23) • Page Image 4

…Trueblood renovations 'big improvement' (Continued from Page 3) productions, he said, explaining that the new theater will be more suitable to both the audience and the actors. The plans for the new theater, designed by the University Architec- tural Office and approved by the theater department, call for the stage in the center and seats surrounding it on all sides. WHEN FINISHED, the yet-unnamed theater will seat 220 people -120 more than t...…

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