The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 46, No. 158, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 7, 1937 Page: 4 of 6
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ET^RFNO (OKLA.) DAILY TPJBUNE
ONLY A LITTLE SPOILED
TTTftamV, SEPTOrBER ?, 1
|I“ll!5^d®“L!*“pt.,^turd?.y from 207 8outh Rock Island avenue. [
ind entered as second-class mall matter under the ncTof March 31^
RAY J. DYER
Editor and I'ublbhcr
A ■ .
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Kibluatlon of all the news dispatches credited to It
Interesting Tours Enjoy-
ed During Summer
uisparcnes credited to it or not credited bv
l»«s paper and also to all the local news therein
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7 — Stewart
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_ THE OKLAHOMA PRESS ASSOCIATION
National Advertising Representative*
FROST. LANDIS i KOIIN
New York. Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis. Dallas
Atlanta, San Francisco
“AIIY SITBSCIUI , ION RATES BY^^^CAN^DUN^AND
Eades. Jr., and Jerry Tackwell re-
turned Thursday from three weeks'
vacation trip duiing which (hey
visited St. Louis. Mo., Cleveland '
Ohio, Detroit, Chicago, Niagara I
Falls. New York, and Washington,]
D. C. Miss Joan Eades. who has
been visiting Mr and Mrs Bill j
fades in Boston for several weeks. I
accompanied them home
Mr. and Mrs. R T Simpson, son,
Ote Year ________________$5.40 Onl'YMt" $9.50 ! Oooder. Mrs Addle Gossett and
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. 19.77
DISPENSERS OF BEVERAGE AM OHOI. Woe unto him that glveU.
his neighbour drink, (hat pul test Ihy bottle t„ |,|„, a,„, “j ‘ h,„
drunken also, that thou inavct leak on tTiel, nakedness!-ilabakktik
New York . . . Inside Out
BY DON O'M ALLEY
$4.00 j Stewart Eades returned home Wed-
nesday after three weeks' .sojourn at
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and niece i
of Ralston spent Wednesday at1
the home of Mr and Mrs late I
| Baser- Mrs. Mattie Miller ac- ]
I compnnled them to Ralston, where I
she will visit her daughter. Mrs. |
I Warren Phillips, and son, Olendolyn
] Miller nnd families and friends
far a few days, then she will go
| to Oseela, Wis., for an extended
visit with relatives there and other
i iminis In Wisconsin
I Mr and Mrs. Ernest Maher and
be returning from freshmen! |mt the bar in the ] daughter of Payson. Ill, v id ted
friends in Piedmont Wednesday.
Miss Nadine Knohl of Edmond
is visiting relatives here
J. W Towe of Bethany was an ■
overnight guest of Mrs. Zniiej
Prank Fisher and family have
moved to Richland
^TEW YORK. Sept 7-The drama- . Murray Hill has a new re-
lists will lie returning from freshment spot—t
the hay fields soon with loads of Hotel Tuscany on 3f)th street It’s
new plays on their backs ' called the "City of Tomorrow.”
Dozens of noted stage writers anc* has photo murals showing
foster the creative spirit by hunt-1 what New York will be like some
ing the woodlands outside the I Vears hence,
metropolitan area, and cold v/ea-' * * *
ther sees them back on Broad* w PROUD n A Rolfe was stopoed
with the fruits of their toll The; on Broadway recently bv a pan-
rural community at Bucks count.* handler looking for a handout
Pennsylvania, for example, ha bors As B A tendered the usual dime Mr ",Kl Mrs Allp" Every and
a whole crop of distinguished writ- he asked the fellow If he was c,lddmi vii'*tP(l bis sister. Mrs.
ers. George 8 Kaufman owns a married ' Addison Brown, nnd Mr Brown
farm there, and a pair of col- -if r ... , !at Mnbel Wednesday,
laborators are currently putting scornfully "do vSu think 1 Mr and Mrs Dick Wiedemann
the finishing touches on two new, relying on stringers for . 1011,1 chl|dren and Mrs Bill Wiod»-
pliiys with him—John Steinbeck j MH»*rs for support, maun have returned from it brief
on "Of Mice and Men," nnd Mess Lnaremv . Ivlslt at Medicine Park
Hart on I'd Rather Be Right " r 4ST- Allen Miner spprts Phil Porter returned to tils home
Nenrbv nre Reii„ i 0 i cartoonist, leans over my desk to
Spewack. working^on a new co.^r g'V Ulat, 11 ‘he he*vyWf,«ht f'ghLs
With music bv Kurt Well Pea I l f,!!Pr M,° "K ,hplr l,rpspnl *<U?.
Buck, another community me,S' £ ^ ‘SOmeth‘n‘ “
Is polishing up a play about China 1 ^ ' k thte
which Outhrie McClIntic mav pro-' T""ln,v F"" will beat Max Bear i Friday.
duce. Edwin Justus Maver is toll-1 ,k 8harkpy will challenge Fair. I R*v and Mrs R H Catlett and
Ing on a new show, and Dorothy i w*n Tl,en. after Schmeling | daughters of Oklahoma City were
Barker, when she gets back from Tf, U> Jop lj°ul.s. Camern will I supper guests of Mr and Mrs.
Europe, also will lx- scribbling on ‘bmlenge Sharkey. Whoever wins Osrar Dickerson and sons Wednes-
paper. one will fight Louis nnd gain day.
Up north, Sinclair I -wis work*• championship He'll hold It for Miss Mubcl Biggs will teach
In Ills Berkshire 'retreat Rachel '1 e,‘ when Farr will re- school near Clyde this year
Crothers labors valiantly in her *' “re ,‘‘k'' ,hp Utlp aw»V | Misses Thelnui anil Majorle Rat-
Connecflcut home Maxwell Andcr-1 Hv ,,lal l,,,,p everybody will be 1 c, have ,noml *o Chlikasha
son Is to be found on the bank of ' l"1 1 real match s *IPrp M.irjnrte has enmled in S.'llll Kianns' Hilf I'.rOLGIIls
the Hudson, and Sidney Kim 1,1 ' 11 vet Juck Dempsey back Oklahoma College for Wom-n "
—j - ——---- .. . ‘ Inin i ha i-inn imr4 hi* *.i— —,— Thelma will teach at Ninnekah
in Oklahoma City Tuesday fol-
lowing a brief visit with his cousin, i
Miss Lula Blair of Francis visited I
relaiives and friends in Piedmont j
■ : . ?
Rides 300 Miles
In Elephant Ja
PORT WORTH. Tex. Sept
iU P)—Elementary travel in In
customary but a Fort Worth .
Arthur Huff, Ls among the
in th? World to hove travelerf
miles in an elephant's mou.h ;;
Now Huff is no Jonah, mi
BY CHARLES C. HASLET
IlfASHINGTON. Sept. 7 —0P| —
TT Senator Elmer Thomas of
Oklahoma believes congress Is re- : Nuw Huff is no Jona... .....
Oulred to remain In session much e*l*Phant mileage was cunt
of the time to act as an umpire while lie was a star perform"!- /
x&zzrx: rs a
as an umpire, he said, "restraining ance an estimated total dls
the strong and nrotectinu ii.„ nt -uvi
ir-ai.1 aiiuiiy ifiicr. an osi
tne strong and protecting the or wo miles
, * . trag'c death or Alfredo
‘Iona, famous traneze perfrJ
i ne bituminous coal commission, :,i Callfbrnia recent 1^ br^
with ILs machinery virtually set up, lecollredons of the big top !o!
Intends to be at the stage Oct 1 j —wh0 was forced to retire
where it can set minimum prices | 1 he circus in i93:i because of
for areas 1 and 2. a spokesman. a(,cidentnl fall oi one of Co.-
announced. Irapezes. t(
The areas include all mines east Codona and Huff were fia
of the Mississippi river except Ala- "no. dav however, when Coer
bama. Officials believe the com- was b: Ing removed,
mission may be able to set mini- : ‘rashp(1 fr("n the top of the V1
mum prices in other areas soon ?/wLtor? H,lff from Yasso's n-Je
mum prices in other areas soon from Yasso's ir.
after Oct. I 11 1,1 s f>nr was ripped ojP* j
the impact and he was |
I nc Vic
______ . . 11,1 impart
Trie s|x>kesman said the commls- Mieonscinus
sion 1 toped to get prices set before | Ti1Pn
the peak of autumn buying The ' ihu!l(i *U(lipnoe -»w a
commission asked the district pro- ,,,-am Th T
ducers' boards In areas l and 2 ien'i' riv ^ne.l t tf ' , W, ^S
U) propose their minimum prices orm m mr r , k 1
and s hearing will be held here 'him' to t„e^animal fe.u
Sept 27 to co-ordinate them .-ral minutes she stood guard *L
In order to expedite the work. 'nimpHIng defiance at a|j 7?
e mmmioinn bo. ....... - tried to approach her m„r
other serious accident Ya.s-<» 1
chv clainiied down too hardL1*!
Iractiired Ills -kull dmine • ,f'
the commission has tentatively set ,rie<1
the average cost of production in l>otlv
area 1 at $2.22 a ton and in area Huff was carried bv the
2 at $188
* ♦ *
When Representative Wilburn
Cartwright of McAlester reaches I
home with his trailer, he expects vv. . ..u ....... I
to use it to visit all sections of ctiuwatfr T,,s" f.
the thirr, congressional district Martiu dTicc^i^f lu^iU ci
PXpta,,,Pd he would mem at Oklahoma A .,,„| m]
not be botliered at night with the 1 lege, said all NYA einplovesP
Jangling of telephone bells in a 25 years old would be dlsciil
hotel room under a ruling from national V
--—— I quarters.
I r —
broods over new Ideas up In the 1,110 ,hp rln3 nn(l pit him ugatmit
Looks like a good harvest
* * *
FRIRRI.Es The popular night
*|x>ts are reclaiming their regular
Customers. Republican chlei John
D. M Hamilton dropped in at the
Stork club the other evening ami
ny yp,**r*n Jimmie Walk
Mickey Walker the laser to donate
his restaurant to charity.
WORDS OFTEN MISUSED Do
Visited the Rtlz bur the same dav f8V' HaPP|nps* conBsta of tiw-
. Well It'S women for New York ",,d cho,ce of DleiulsSay.
Juries now- and gone are tb(- .lavs Ml,|,|,'npss conal*tj' In the worth
when 30ti Impaneled cents t0uld in'! of fn(,n(l' "
gather in one small room ill 1RN MISPRONOUNCED: Ere
blow tobacco smoke at end. other Pronounc*1 ar 8 as In rare,
while watting for Justice to call ?*■ '*'* MISSPELLED Always
Mayor Florello H U Ouardla may I! '11"*" A" vays "n everv
be a political expert, but you ,nannprl
Miss Louise Snyder will tea- h
in the schools at Custer City n-
guin this year Mr nnd Mrs. Bill
Gore and children departed Fri-
day for a few days' visit with
relatives In Missouri.
Mr and Mrs Herb Moore and
daughters of Oklahoma City spe-u
Friday at the home of Mr -md
Mrs I I Couch
Are Hard To Kill
should have seen that uuzzli-ii s'NONYMS: Oelineate. describe
expression on his face when Rw |x>-.r-.y'. olltllne. depict
•*“ Sw»nn. the magician. "heY^j lh'vo,!n STUDY "Use
I „i _______tl,rpp times and it Is vours
entertain a recent private Mrtvbv ",nr's a,Kl 11 i!i 'ours " Let
fishing a string of sausages out o. U* '"creaap our vocabulary by
Florello's coat pocket it,,.,,,, . mastering one word each day To-
Mcredlth Is sworn to sccrec v ib, u <1ay s word EMINENT; distinguish-
' The Star Wagon in which h <’<l “s '>,‘in8 ,bovp 0,hprs "It Is folly
makes his next Brondwav ii.ih-, ,nr “n p,,llni‘|it man to think of
mice Spies report however that pscu>lln« ‘T-nsure"- Addison
a small Midwestern oommunltv t ^° ~ Twenty-two new
Manhattan Playgcx-rs l,n «... ,0ncher* J'"nw' •»"' Enid school
nett. Walter Wagner “"d lo/• "'r ,,M* 19:,7 ;,H lp»" V«-
Iturbt laughing at . ix ,f,,rn, ' 1 -‘"etc s weie caused by resignations.
of You Can t Take- I* With You " I n‘:l,rl!*KPS an,‘ 1,11 «*t«wlon of the
Sunday dinner guests In the
Allen Jung home were Mr and
Mrs R O Elliott and daughters
of Oklahoma City, Miss Carolyn
Bridges of El Paso. Tex. Miss
Ix»vle Townsend and Junior Jung
Additional guests Sunday afternoon I OVPr 1,10 well-known scholastic
were Mr and Mrs Douglas Carpen- hurdlp and Injured himself sovere-
I.INCOLN. Neb, Sept 7—(A —
Two hainxic-ks do not a fullback
make, as Coach Lawrence "Biff"
Jones will be among the first to
Ever since the major came to
Nebraska last spring he has been
rooting around among his barks to
nnd a fullback who could step into
the large brognns left hanging on
Hu- Wall by All-America Sam
c lul ihe Biffer is keeping
under his hat.
For a while in the spring prac-
tice. the Big Six champions thought
they sad a coming fullback in the
shape of roly poly Hermle Rohrtg
or Lincoln, but Hermle stumbled
Ronald Knox. 3. son of Mr and!
Mrs. D B Knox of Oeary. was
treated for a fractured arm Satur-
day at the El Reno sanitarium. The
child fell from the poich of his
home. He was dismissed Sunday.
Ed Ayers. Elk City, underwent a
tonsillectomy Sunday at the El
Reno sanitarium He was dismiss-
F M. Lbiebarger. Bridgeport, un-
derwent a minor operation Sun-
day His condition is satis/ac-fory.
Scott Dew. Jr.. 11-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dew. 900
North Admire avenue, was operated
upon for removal of toils;Is today
at the El Reno sanitarium He will
be dismissed Wednesday
The Morning AfterTakij
CartersLitlle Liver I
Grar the beautiful but h.ri- an "aside to^ AUce ^
Nortncutt Construction ward children?”
OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY CO
“rirr^:‘‘Ln* «h.p. f'T a bi tom7h7othm0r,p«^;
^ard'H Pha"»” I-ou noticed that Vern'madVnc
If the hunt has been sue- ^id f,,r thp bmlness, pretense of acknowledging the in
keeping M «** «• • rival ee■- troductlon * m
panv, then plants rvidrnit- in
The evening was a failure
tional, who was counting desper-
ately on getting this business, THE PARTY broke un at mm
. . . with a Quality-Built
DETROIT - JEUIELi
Hrm-k May Go Bark
There has been some behlnd-the-
hand talk that Coach Jones would
wr and son of Oklahoma City,
Mr and Mrs. I aim Jung and daugh-
ter Charlotte Ice cream and wa-
termelon were served tn the after-
Mr and Mrs Newton Randall
of Mountain View, Miss Gertrude
Townsend *'aiKtMrso?i "* .ml* ’'"rry \ "'‘irforming what most Nebraskans
iwwnaend and son and Frank think will be then next All-Amed-
DOWN MEMORY LANK
Randall all of Kingfisher, were
dinner guests tn the J L. Randall
Mr and Mrs Raphael Major and
son. Mr and Mrs Oltn Ha Hirer
nnd daughter were guests Sunday
In the H F Joyce home. ,
Mr. and Mrs John Townsend
and son of Oklahoma City, Mr
and Mrs Ora Jnmes and sons of
“ | Mountain
Sent 7 I«I22 i Mountain View Mr and Mrs
........ ''•>« be,t water ayatem, of ^ “* "m“y ""
7n teKt i'JSStJStt sruHpS
of the line and make a ball ear- !"** Inlereept* his letters to her. Yeah ” VnL VCT'
i ier out of him. but the sideline PaU» *'ou ««>e* to live with Alice
quarterbacks can t see the Biffer Jarr- Chef* fiancee who is de-
termined to avenge Chei's death
by finding the real traitor in the
aa I d
eri representative nt renter
The line won't trouble the Corn-
huskers' new roach Rov "Link"
pacing up and downT "Clever I
You said it!” He paused, ther
muttered. "Guess It didn't helt
me much to frame Northcutt" <
"Frame Northcutt?” Alice' re- I
pealed aoftly. "Sit down. Vern
what do you mean” Tell m«
TK® mtl popJ*r 9«$ r«n9« In
Am#f»c#. Truly mo^nrn itylm^.
•®u pp#d »itk nvnry d«-
uk# lor c*r*wnn.#fK#, pnrfotm-
•conomy of ope-al on.
G® mo4*n M,|® hnppy . . ,
• apt I drudfory from yow
LVck®n , , . |yy § 0otf®d-Jo«ro*
CHICK THISI MATURISI
I vn n. the line ranch, already Is INURINQ the days that fol- Hbout It.
proud of what he has to work ** lowed Pntfu fy... *ri„^ .Vern *al down, but jumped up
H'TtwnSh the Htate* vet the “old oaken bucket” still in
f,kiith,LSO,’'’> Sect,‘ons of. thp dt-v. One of these wells
tzJir'X rnu“‘iu? nor,th... *he
jiassi hy it a reminder of Iniyhootl days.
h ........................ vw«
rifv^,r' n"i* Mrs'. r*>«dnor A. Barnard will go to Oklahoma
w.HoM7'i J‘ °1 M.at,heWs delightfully entertained the Fntre
cnurZ S',*fl7 « *Hcl»». two
tvu i ». served. Additional irueatn were Mrs I O
Ill two weeks with Mrs.
Mrs Morris The clt.l, will meet
V>filter H. Martin
^n^'ri.M".rri" wi" ,<™h PSvalo I,,.
sons lieirinniiiK Oct. 1.
aftern?whhClM* h°V 1* V‘‘ry ‘‘"JoyaLlc meeting yesterday
guests in the O L Townsend home
O S Smith and Connie Smith
were dinner guests of Mr and Mis
Wayne Hubbard and daughters
Frank Randnll and Gertrude
Townsend spent Sunday cveiuii* m
the Newton Randall home nt Moun-
Mr and Mrs John Townsend.
Mr nnd Mrs G L. Townsend and
daughter spent Wednesday at Hin-
Mr and Mrs J L Randnll and
family. Mr and Mrs. Harry Town-
send and son and Ocrtrude Town-
send were guests Monday evening
in the Will Townsend home
Homer George Carpenter of Okla-
homa City, la spending this week
In the Allen Jung home
reputations built last year
Tile redoubtable Brock will hold
down the center post Bob Meh-
ring and Lowell English appear
from this distance to be the class
of the veteran gunrds. Ted Doyle
too frail to give anyone confi- h*t?"
dence in her ability to do a ,,ft*Z vfrn had *onp A>l«
hard days work. S.*T«f»S5,i2MSli!5ni
R’Irt iJLrw »^XSft»A!S’r S'JK'ta *"»d^o',Sp5:'1' Bu!
i ,ckle past* hard to work for and ',nder a tension and kept going at ,
Paul Amen and Elmer Dohrinann ?,J!lrr ,pacp “ waa ronslanlly p^}tJR DAYS later. Alice earn*
lighten End Coach Huoid Ri .wne's 1 Pbrtiea at Ihe apartment, as home early,
worries Browne* th„UKh ^klng forgetfulness In "Today Is Vern's birthday." she
Cardwell i ti *alety. announced lo Patty Lou "I'm
Hu. in the backfleld oidv on* of lh'"R of a» waa caVe"'VvtJwhZ "°r h‘m B“
the cracker Jack 1936 quartet Is p7w,;rsdd frlp,,d!,h‘p wl,h Vern N*Ti^yt h* *
^"UnndtSS? ' 1,1 dldn>t know you liked v- ■» "Eve' Invited Dick Jones for
graduated S2LPa,ty ^o« commented, one eve- ,you' A,,cp WPnt "Just a cozy
* *J,h Fraf,cl> °nlyi n|nx. ' oursome. Now listen to me. Pally
• Thermiwl imutated o> fH
• ('!■ rinnf-piatnl Hu'nna
• Automatic Burner lighter
• Gift "lie Broiler Burner
• Kfuioi able Mmfn , .■#. ,
• Of** heat control
• Stmmer-to-f ill flame
• Many other refinements
Johnny HowHl. the passlns qimr-
............... trying an“ VLr,c 10 appp y«ur wits. Vern
Harris to cheer him up.” ?‘,d Mardell had a terrible row
_ "In he still in love with Mar- k".*, ?l,ht;.vH.ew" !'Pady 10 falk-
dell?" Patty Lou queried Lhat with the help of a mun-
Yes—but he'll turn on her one ,r of drinks. Ill stick with him
Look and Learn
Irene and Alice von Merveldt Agnes uLa ™ ?
Min Rn„ M,rv Ep*r,.,„ ,lf A„.'. ^.....
Mrs. F. 0. True of KatiHtiK City returned from aeveroi
d»ya via,t in Oklahoma City and will continue her visit
With her parents. Mr and Mrs lord Smith
I What Is the largest dcnomlnn-
tion of pn|>ei money eireulnted in
th© IT. 8 ?
2. How many baseballs are us*<|
by the major leagues during one
3. What famous author and
humorist wns a .liver prospector
In Nevada during and after the
4 Which state of the union has
the most water In it. not includ-
ing water surface of oceans. Oulf
of Mexico, or great i*akex?
5. How many Illegitimate births
are there in the V a annually?
3. Approximately 105.000
3 Mark Twain
4 Minn, Hi .
6 Statistic* of
from Beatilee. may do the honors
nt the other one.
m"^JT2Z 11 ‘£i‘SR ZJr'*” ...
Jaekle, Adna Dobson by name who »nc tonight I ” sayA ,
has all the drive of Francis and I < "Not a big one" Alice ,, f.Vi 1 dol?,'t 1,kp for y°« to do
eel, another soph, also lookThke U for ^ou " ‘ “nd “ ^ld say seemed to deter Alice
a room. j “Vern knows a lot I want to
The Hunkers open their 1927 cam- P^TTY LOU sighed. It was ..J101!!; *hp !Tp,,Pd to Patty Lou'i
paign against the fearsome Min- * Ironic that, now that she had 2!T?d n*I' —T”'1 and Dick must
nrsota Gophers Oc, 2 nt Lincoln an opportunity for dates eve"? whal I m
There.* this much in the Nebras- r'‘«ht. she did not enjoy them L7i Bnir,,d?iw8° Pam*. By th*
teams favor Biff Jones never 3hp wasn't Interested In „r S?y' 5?5.*l,kf* t?,rk m.,"hty well
A trim t*bl® top mo4*l
(«bov»). Surpimi yoqf reottj
etdmnt ^e|ir$t for ^ * W I
n * I
*rd utility. In O.qn
contfrucllon nnd ImIu/m,
*>'t rtnyn b iupn,Mr
•o, in tynry dnt^tt. An
tlnndin* *«lyn ,1 Ih.'l Mod..
Mc«. Only .
(7(2 ,abov»). A b,| full-
•u« Junior inodnt. with •
■gacioun luoklni lap Eon-
i more and flnrr foa-
•um than you wouM ,
perl lo limf on any oihrr
lauga al thu price. Only
has lost an opening''game "a"any ^ boy* Aliee*'invited" to*the y®V,™lffht *,lp hlm Ulat Infor-
.......... pver coached. apartment Hhe wan^d de*plr- "“a,,”" “Z™ hAw^.c»!““!•".
I Dale again, her r
Hen; him say. ,uch
»lely to be with Dale VXn her'^ ,alk“d and l-Vlnt
fHnce with him HcYT hlin .^v *^!V?n,n»V,T?«>
* recent yegr
A Krohlum A Day 11 'F" "" 'P* SwTtSS
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there In the box” ^m tuahinl I k "* .lncp,,,?nt|y thoata." Alice
ANSWER I i1’?—“bout nothing, with a erooked smile
4i red apples Explanation - Multi
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Antal S®nior r®ng®« ®v®r
to b®«r the ham* of Dr-
known to ®n«in#®rinf bcI-
emca to provut® moNltnum
rQinriwy and ®cono$m
ply 52 by 3; add 8, divide by fie
auni of 3 and t. y ‘
thinking UUa that
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