Issue: 19730701

Sunday, July 1, 1973
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THE HANOVER INN
THE HANOVER INN
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Masthead
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Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
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Table of Contents
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In This Issue
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NINTH ANNUAL TOUR PROGRAM—1973
NINTH ANNUAL TOUR PROGRAM—1973
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ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
ALUMNI FLIGHTS ABROAD
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Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor
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"This Something Special"
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Eastman
Eastman
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HANOVER, N. H.
HANOVER, N. H.
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MAGNIFICENT CONTEMPORARY HOME
MAGNIFICENT CONTEMPORARY HOME
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THE HARTNESS HOUSE
THE HARTNESS HOUSE
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Dartmouth Given Priority In Sale of '69 Medals
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Most Dartmouth people recall that a commemorative medal was issued in 1969 in connection with the 200th anniversary of the founding of the College. What they may not know is that, unlike the recent prolific issuance of medals by
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
FIFTY HIKES: WALKS, DAY HIKES, AND BACKPACKING TRIPS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE'S WHITE MOUNTAINS.
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CLIFFORD L. JORDAN JR. '45
ByDaniel Doan '36. Somersworth, N.H.: NewHampshire Publishing Company 1973.Profusely illustrated with maps andphotographs. 118 pp. Softbound, $5.95. Hardbound,$8.95.
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Books
Dartmouth Authors
TRADEMARK PROBLEMS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM.
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KENNETH R. DAVIS
By Sidney A. Diamond '35.Chicago: Crain Communications, Inc., 1973.246 pp. $14.50.
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Further Mention
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JOHN HURD '21
Even better known as Arctic detective than as Dartmouth Professor of English, Chauncey C. Loomis Jr. became the focus of attention of countless TV viewers at a prime time – Monday, June 4, 8 o'clock when his book Weird andTragic
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Alumni Articles
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"Twelve Trailer Pick-Me-Ups" by J. Almus Russell '20 appeared in May in Northeast Outdoors.
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Article
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Northern N. E. Art Show
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Paintings from the Dartmouth College Collection will be among those exhibited in the art show, "Two Centuries of Art of Northern New England," to be held at the Cardigan Mountain School, Canaan, N.H., from August 4 through 12.
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Chieftain MOTEL LYME ROAD, HANOVER, N.H.
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THE DARTMOUTH MEDAL
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SCHOOL DIRECTORY
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Dartmouth Renews Its Bonds with England
Dartmouth Renews Its Bonds with England
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JOAN HIER
Yet another bond between the College and England was established in May when President and Mrs. Kemeny and New England alumni with their families visited London where they were welcomed by Lord and Lady Dartmouth and the
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Rome Trip Next
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A nine-day trip to Rome and Florence, November 7 through 16, has been announced by the Dartmouth Alumni Association of Greater Boston as the next in its series of extremely successful overseas jaunts. With a format similar to
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The College
Trustees Back Medical Center
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The Dartmouth Trustees at their June meeting unanimously approved recommendations for establishment of a Dartmouth- Hitchcock Medical Center and confirmed the College's plans for a selective fundraising effort to underwrite the
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The College
Third Century Professor
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President Kemeny announced during the Commencement weekend that Dr. Thomas P. Almy, chairman of the Department of Medicine and currently the Nathan Smith Professor of Medicine, was confirmed by the Trustees as the first
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The College
Phelps Scholarship Fund
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An endowment fund of $101,000 has been established at Dartmouth College by a gift from the estate of the late Clarence L. 'Phelps '01 of Ishpeming, Mich. Income from the endowment will go to scholarships, with preference for
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The College
Grenville Clark Prize
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The Grenville Clark Prize of $15,000 has been established to reward and encourage public service within this country or abroad, it has been announced by Mrs. Mary Clark Dimond of Kansas City, Mo., president of the Grenville
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The College
The Summer Schedule
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June was a month of double commencement in Hanover. With graduation exercises for the Class of 1973 only two weeks in the past, the College fully commenced to a complete year-round academic operation.
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Murdough Center Dedicated
Murdough Center Dedicated
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The Murdough Center at Dartmouth College, a modern, four-story brick and tinted-glass facility linking the Tuck and Thayer Schools, was dedicated and opened on June 22.
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Give a Rouse for –
Give a Rouse for –
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JOSEPH G. BUTLER III '24, recipient of the honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts from Youngstown (O.) State University.
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COMMENCEMENT 1973
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CHARLES J. KERSHNER
If you think midtown Manhattan is a crowded, busy place, you should have been in Hanover last month for Commencement. The dilemma was not the unscathed negotiation of Main and Wheelock, but rather how to seat the nearly 8000
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A Dream Becomes Reality
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For Robert Fish '18 of Los Altos, Calif., back in Hanover for his 55th class reunion, the College's 203rd Commencement, June 10, made a dream come true.
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HONORARY DEGREE CITATIONS
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Dancer, actress, politician, world traveler, and writer. Born into a middle-class Virginia family, you seemed destined for a conventional life. But your insatiable curiosity about the world and about your fellow human
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1973 Fund Tops $3 Million
1973 Fund Tops $3 Million
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The 1973 Alumni Fund, which closed June 30, will end up with $3.1 million from 21,000-plus donors. On July 5 the total stood at $3,095 million, counting endowment income, from 20,650 donors, with additional pledge payments, matching
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Senior Valedictory
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DOUGLAS A. JABS '73
Today most Americans live in a media-induced awareness of the problems now facing our nation. But awareness of a problem and solving it are far from identical. We all know about the deterioration of our scarred and abused environment,
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Valedictory to '73
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PRESIDENT JOHN KEMENY
MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1973:
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1923 – Great Class of a Great College
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Charles J. Zimmerman '23
To the Class of 1973, the Class of 1923 extends a hearty welcome to the ranks of alumni – and now of alumnae. We wish all of you good health, happiness, and the satisfaction of achievement in some worthwhile undertaking. You are
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Two Charter Trustees Retire
Two Charter Trustees Retire
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The Commencement meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees brought to a close a combined total of 34 years of service on the Board by two of the College's Charter Trustees – Lloyd D. Brace '25 and William E. Buchanan '24.
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Three Staff Members Reach Retirement
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ROBIN ROBINSON '24
It is manifestly unusual for anyone to reach a span of 46 years of continuous service to the College, but when that service has been rendered at the active frontier of contact between the institution and its student clients, as
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REUNION WEEK
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Although rain was an ever-present problem throughout the week after Commencement, the classes back for reunions last month had a near-record turn- out – the best since 1968 – and the reunion reports in this issue indicate that
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Article
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Robert C. Rooke '49 Heads Alumni Association
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Robert C. Rooke '49 of Morristown, N.J., was elected president of the General Association of Alumni of Dartmouth College at the association's annual meeting, June 9 in Hanover.
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Stevenson '57 Heads Alumni Council
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Tosiah Stevenson IV '57 of Wilton, Conn., was elected president of the Dartmouth Alumni Council at the 126th meeting of the Council in Hanover, June 13-15. He succeeds Vincent W. Jones '52 of Long Beach, Calif., who presided
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Alumni Awards
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The Dartmouth Alumni Award, highest honor the Alumni Council can bestow, was conferred on five distinguished graduates of the College during the Reunion Week. At their respective class reunion banquets, William B. Head '27 of
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Big Green Teams
Big Green Teams
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Participation is the name of the game in Ivy League athletics but it's still nice to win more than you lose.
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Big Green Teams
BASEBALL
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JACK DEGANGE
There's a bronze tablet near the fence surrounding Red Rolfe Field that honors the memory of Jeff Tesreau, the man who coached Dartmouth baseball from 1919-46. It includes the inscription, "All he ever asked was his share of
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Big Green Teams
GOLF
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JACK DEGANGE
Dartmouth's golf season came to a close on June 21 when the Green's two standouts, freshman Jerry Daly from Middlebury, Conn., and captain-elect Paul Dixon from Aurora, Ont., fell by the wayside in the NCAA tournament at
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Big Green Teams
TRACK
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JACK DEGANGE
The dual season in track showed a 4-2 record and three College records fell by the boards this spring. The marks set included the 440-yard relay plus individual records in the javelin (Skip Cummins, a freshman, set the mark of
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Big Green Teams
LACROSSE
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JACK DEGANGE
The Green lacrosse team won its final two games against New Hampshire (18-9) and Union (13-5) to finish with a 7-10 record, the most wins for the Green since 1965. The measure of improvement for Coach Dudley Hendrick's team is
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Big Green Teams
OTHER SPORTS
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JACK DEGANGE
Jim Myers, a junior from Palm Beach, Fla., is the new tennis captain and will be defending champion in the New England "C" Division singles next spring. His father, James Myers '50, was Dartmouth's top singles player in 1949 and
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Big Green Teams
AWARDS
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JACK DEGANGE
Among the winners of awards for achievement, contribution and improvement in athletics during the spring season are:
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Big Green Teams
GREEN JOTTINGS
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JACK DEGANGE
Art Thibodeau, who was equipment manager for Dartmouth teams for more than 40 years until he retired in 1967, died on May 23 after a long illness.
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Big Green Teams
Football Preview
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JACK DEGANGE
Four straight Ivy League football championships is unprecedented. Five in a row is unheard of.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1908's 65th
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FREDERICK H. MUNKELT
Reunion began with the arrival of classmates early Friday morning, June 8 and proceeded all day. We were fortunate to have three sunny days and mild temperatures. Seven classmates attended and six members of their families, as
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1913's 60th
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MARC S. WRIGHT
Our 60th is over and went by too quickly. It was a wonderful occasion, full of fond memories of bygone years. Registration began at twelve noon and eventually our original 1913 reunion registration book showed 36 of us signed,
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1918's 55th
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EDMUND J. FELT
The 1918ers having their best possible time at the 55th Reunion were these:
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1923's 50th
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WALTER C. DODGE
In his letter of May 10 to the 1923 family, Ike Phillips outlined our 50th Reunion program and pretty well anticipated the events we all enjoyed so much during three perfect days of Hanover June weather.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1927's 45th
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THOMAS V. GILLESPIE
The delayed 45th Reunion, held 46 years after graduation and 50 years since our matriculation at Dartmouth, was most successful, with 171 persons in attendance. This consisted of 77 couples; 15 singles, and 2 grandsons. Included
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1928's 45th
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OSMUN SKINNER
Our 45th was a great reunion, as all 162 who attended (90 men, 70 wives) will agree. Reunion Chairman Cal Billings had every detail perfectly planned and added several innovations which added interest to the program and were greatly
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1929's 45th
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HAROLD H. LEICH
Our “45th” - one year early! 103 men, 91 wives, one child, and Janet Woodbridge made it to Hanover for a reunion that was memorable, thanks to advance work by chairman Duke Barto and his officers, and especially the local contingent
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1933's 40th
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GEORGE DROWNE
Without exception all of the class members and wives attending have acclaimed the 40th as the most successful, rewarding, and pleasurable Reunion for the Class of 1933 to date.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1948's 25th
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SAMUEL A. WILKINSON
It's hard to describe the best reunion that '48 has ever had in any terms except superlative! Therefore, I am only going to summarize the event by saying that everyone, and I mean everyone, agreed that our coming together on the
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1952's 20th
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WILLIAM J. MONTGOMERY
To those of you who made our 20th Reunion, we trust you all arrived home safely. Those Sunday morning Bloody Marys were a sellout! To those of you who didn't make this one, don't let it happen again. Our 25th is June '77. Mark it now.
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1953's 20th
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ROBERT A. MALIN
In the beginning there was the tent, conveniently located directly in front of Middle Mass. First a Friday afternoon check-in with Super Bagman Warren Wentworth, assisted by Ralph Tozier and Dick Fleming. A small check for big
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Class Notes
Reports from the Reunion Classes
1954's 20th
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FREDRIC ALPERT
The big weekend is over! The memories that remain I am sure will be only happy ones for the over 130 classmates and total of 455 family members who attended the great extravaganza.John Gillespie erstwhile reunion chairman, ably
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Reports from the Reunion Classes
1963's 10th
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KEVIN G. LOWTHER
Most great events have their omens. Take Ten's was New England's first significant earth tremor, which rippled through here the Thursday evening before reunion. It left its calling card in my living room ceiling and prompted fresh
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Obituary
Deaths
Deaths
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(A listing of deaths of which word has been received within the past month. Full notices may appear in this issue or a later one.)
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ALUMNI REGISTER
ALUMNI REGISTER
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Arthur T. Gregorian Inc.
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"DARTMOUTH SHOP”
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