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e 8--THE PROGRESS Soccer The Jack R. Oldershaw Trophy, emblematic of in- ternational junior soccer supremacy, is back on the mantel of the North Shore All- Stars in Vancouver, B.C. by virtue of the Canadian's 1-1 tie with the CYO Archdiocesan All-Stars. The tie game was played Sunday at Lower Woodland to complete the annual home-and- home Oldershew series be- tween the star-studded teams. The Canadians took a 3-2 vic- tory in the first game. THUS, WITH the over-all goals scored, standing at 4-3, the North Shore got to keep the cup after a two-year ab- sence in Vancouver. Mark Leino, center-forward from St. Margaret's, scored the first CYO goal in the sec- ond veriod. The Canadians tied it up late in the same period. THE SERIES was again sponsored by the Catholic War Veterans' Father Vincent Post of Seattle and the Vancouver Juvenile Soccer Association. Mike Ryan of St. Catherine's and' Heinz Pfaeffle of St. Philo- menu's coached the CYO con- tingent. ST. ANN'S, in winning the 1964 CYO Tacoma cadet tackle all-stars football league did it in seven perfect games under the coach- ing of Ran Morris. The Tacoma champs include: Alan and Kenneth Kosteleeky, James Loveless, Timothy Thompson, L a r r y Anstett, Richard Dugaw, Michael Houghton, Paul end David Nolte, Thomas McMakin, Da- vid Paul, Richard Caruzzi, Daniel Erker, Kirk Hopkins, Robert Labrecque, Gregory Lewandowski, Michael Med- ved, Richard Nettle, John Rob- inson, Richard Rober, Michael Barker, Douglas Kiehn, Daniel Helstsley, Brad McPhea and Thomas Sobba. Taking the cue from the CYO Tacoma league, the foot- ball program in the central deanery, comprising the Great- er Seattle area, will introduce tackle football for cadets next fell. CYO flag football for mid- gets and cadets will remain in operation and will comple- ment the new tackle system, announced Pete Hupperten, CYO athletic director. Registration for parishes, de- siring to field tackle football teams, has been extended through M a r c h, Hupperten said. lose Oldershaw St. Plus X's midgets in cap- turing the central deanery flag football title, became the first from the northern division to attain such heights. Under the coaching of Paul Cordova and Joe Retallick, the Mountlakers finished the season with a 5-0-1 won-lost- tied mark. The team includes Pat and Bill Retallick, Jim Cronin, Chris Paulson, Ben Light, Donald Crerrey, Ronald and Keith Frazier. Mike Cordova, Joseph McDonough, C h r i s Broc&s, John Ryback, Doug Tavis, Jim Johnson, Ken Mc- Kay, David and Rick Blewitt, Jim McGinty, Kevin Cox, Ar- del Moe, Rick Stmcher and Grog Flares. ST. JOSEPH'S with Thomas Sheehan end Jack Resner at the coaching helm breezed t h r o u g h eight undefeated games to win the c.ntral dean- ery cadet flag football title. T H E CAPITOL - HILLERS are Thomas and Pat Sheehan, Mark Gaffney, Joseph and Pat Sifferman, Richard and Rabble Cohen, Joe and Pat Duncan, Tim Cadigan, Joe Sherman, Jim Gehrts Ned Delmore, Tom McCann, Steven Barber, Bob Murphy, Joe Resner, Pat To- masewski, P a t McGuigan, Frank McHugh, Joe Flajole, Mike McKay, Joe Verschueran and Greg Hay. * • , • IT TOOK four overtime pe- riods to do it but Assumption finally outlested St. Joseph's, 1 goal and 1 corner to 2 cctr- hers, in the CYO'S featured Thanksgiving Day CYO central deanery c a d e t soccer title match. TOOEY ROSE'S undefeated Assumption club with a 10-0-1 record had on its roster Ste- yen and Michael Meyer, Jim Spates, Ted Berard, Greg Mat- son, Jim Croft, Mark Baum- gartner, Brian Rowse, Paul Schuler, Dave Fenton, Greg Stevenson, Mark Berg and Jim Donahue. • m m THE CHEERS for the Our Lady of Lourdes' midget soc- cer d e a n e r y champs have not as yet subsided in south Seattle. THE HURRAH'S are for coaches Jim Galletti and Du- ane Ashby and players Casey, Pat and Mark Gravel, Greg and Steve Hughes, Tom Con- cannon, Bobby Colasurdo, Pat Rice, Jeff Vert, Larry and Steve Renn, Gordon Runge, Victor Ashby, Scott and Craig King, Rich McCoy, Mack Hen- derson, Dave Anderson, Joe e series Withee, Dcm Percich. Francis Rathburn and Willard Thomp- son. CYO scoreboard Seattle results Boys' basketball MIDGETS St. Plus 38, Sacred Heart Villa ,0. Assumption 30, St. Luke 37. St. Mark 47, St. Louise 25. St. Joseph S0, St. Matthew 13. Christ the King 28, Sacred Heart (B) 27. St. Anthony (R) 44, Lady of the Lake 24. St. Catherine 19, Holy Family (K) 8. Blessed Sacrament over Holy Family (forfeit). Holy Rosary 22, St. MargarM 21. St. Anne 27, Lady of Lourdes 22. St. AIphonsus 36, St. Bernadette 26. St. Paul 27, St. John 9. St. George 31, Lady of Fatima 17. SPARTANS St. Joseph 35, St. Catherine 11. St. Plus 32, St. Mortice 29. Lady of Guadalupe 43, St. Matthew 31. St. Joseph 3S, St. Catherine 17. Assumption 57, St. Alphonsus 17. St. Luke 26, Holy Rosary 10. Lady of tho Lake 28, st. Francis 23. St. John 28, St. Bone€lieS lS. Sacred Heart (B) 31/Sacred Hirers Vlllo. 10. CADETS Lady of the Lake 35, Sacred Heart (B) 12. St. Paul 52, Lady of Fatima 26. St. Alphonsus 51, St. Francis 25. Holy Rosary 28, St. Margaret if. Blessed Sacrament 30, Brlscoe 12. Holy Family 28, St. Anne 13. St. Bernadette 25, St. Benedict 23. St. Joseph 43, St. George 19. St. Luke 56, Holy Family (K) 16. St. Matthew 4S, Immaculate 13. St. John 33, St. Edward 24. St. Monlca 17, St. Mark 16. St. Catherine 35, Mount Virgin 30. St. Louise 34, Christ the King 33. St. Anthony (R) 33, Assumption 27. 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The:KOMO Radio sports director ad-libbed on the air and in darkness for exactly one hour and 42 minutes, marking Friday's marathon SU-Univeralty of Oklahoma halftime intermissio n in Norman . . . It was an experienced never before paralleled in Desilet's 22-year broadcasting career or in anyone else's. It was so dark in the broadcasting booth, Desilet said, that he could see neither notes nor faces during that time while embarrased UO tech- nicians combed the blackened campus for the reason to the electrical power failure . . . But you wouldn't have guessed Desilet's predicament by hearing it over the air as he calmly spoke from memory, gleaned from extensive research, and to visitors finding their way to his darkroom . . . A Lewiston, Ida., native and 1949 Washington State grad, Desilet called 22 Chieftain games last year for KOMO while pinch-hitting for his predecessor, Keith Jackson, now with ABC Radio in Los Angeles . . . And if you doubt Desilet's work, bring a transistor to the SU games. You'll find him quite accurate, bounce-by-bounce. e Radio KETO out on limb again A PLUG tar Radio KOMO deserves another tar Radio KETO, which has gone out on the limb again tar Catholic high school basketball coverages . . . Although KETO couldn't get the support to cover ALL at the Seattle Prep, O'Dea and Blanchet contests, the next best was the "Game at the Week" approach with Richard (Dick) Good- man, sports director, giving the play-by-play . . . KETO /ocuses on Prep vs. Sealth at 7:25 p.m. this Saturday at SU . . • Eleven Seattle games are on the docket. Extracurricular games on school calendar ST. PHILOMENA'S CYO soccer midgets beat their fathers, 5-4, Saturday at Olympic Junior High in a regulation-timed soc- cer game... Of course, it was "fixed a little" because Father Raymond Heffernan, priest youth director of the Des Moines parish, and coach Heinz Pfaeffle played on the midget side . . . AND AT O'DEA, the faculty beat the senior class in basketball, 104-39 . . . Pacing the teachers was Ernie Dunston, former SU Chieftain star and Irish assistant football coach and basketball junior varsity mentor. Dunston's point total was "somewhere" around 48. Quakers from St. Edward's BIG-SCHOOL CHAMPIONS of the University of Wash- ington invitational cross-country meet are the Franklin High School Quakers . . • Five of the six harriers are members of St. Edward's Parish. They are Tom Maltsberger, Ran Fisk, Bruce Pulmana, Jim Schultz and Bob Worthy .... Their coach is Frank Ahem of St. Paul's Parish. In case you missed his last name, it's the same Ahem who once played for SU and coached Seattle Prep in basketball. e Down with TV transmission difficulties WE'RE MIGHTY PROUD of two Huskies this year: R i c k Redman and Ran Medved . . . And so Redman, Blanchet's con- tribution to football greatness, is named to American Football Coaches Association and Look Magazine All-America teams among others and with it naturally comes glory for the state, city, community and school... There stands Rick, wide as can be with his 66 jersey on the television screen. Johnny Carson gets set to introduce the Look all-stars and guess what? The audio blinks out . . . Leave it to Washington State and Seattle fortunes whenever network television is concerned. Both get struck out more often than not .... We hope Medved, Bellar- mine and Tacoma have a better chance next season. [iihi4;[;i[UJi[h[)I[iii])fillI]HliI1;UiIIl)1I)p)Ui(Ii[/tlr)1Ulilt Collegia+e progress SU improves 2 WINS,  LOSSES, .SO0 Pet. (Homo samos In capital letters) SU OPPONENTS BIG CHIEF 71 ARIZONA ......... 76 Workman, 23 98 Oktahoma ......... II1 Williams, 26 76 Tulsa .............. 9S Strong, 14 79 ARIZONA STATE.. 711 Warkmon, 324 Paurtlama totals...333 NEXT -- University of California at Santa aarbara December 12 at the Cotl- seam, LaSalla College December 16 In Philadelphia, Duguesne University DO. comber lY la Plttsbursht Memphis State Ufllvelty December 21 In Memphis, DePau! University December 2.1 In Chi- cago and Gonzaga Unlverslly December 30 at the Coliseum. SMC rebuilds $ WINS, 2 LOSSES, .riO0 Pet. (Home games In capital letters) SMC OPPONENTS TOP SAINT '(I Eastern Washington* S0 Burnley, W 38 British Columbia" .. 59 BurNey, 15 91 WESTERN MONT... 77 Brueaer,28 79 WESTERN MONT... 66 Bruener, 24 74 Llafleld ............. 81 Druener,34 343 Five.game totals ..... 333 • 141h annual Totem .TOurnament ta Vancauvar, B.C. NEXT--Oregon Technlcot Iostltate De- somber I1 In Fife and December 12 In Olympla; Western Washington College December 15 In Belllngham and Univer- sity of Alaska December 17-18.19 In Fair- banks. iiiiiU[illi[1[1Utiiii11j[1Un[1i[JTlil[iUrrtiUUr1t[1qiUi1T[ti;111tU1l1 ---BROTHERS OF SAINT JOHN OF GOD--" I I Christian Charity +o Every Corner of +he Globo UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN MISSIONS CANDIDATES TRAINED AS: InfirmaHans  Medical Technicians Pharmacists  Therapists  Secretaries WRITE: DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONS St. John of God Hospital Erookllne 46, Mass. i i i Off to flying start By Jim Murray """"1""'"""`""""'"""""H"""""`"""''""""""""""""""""""m""""""""""'"`""""""" A slashing set shot Norfhwes+ Cafholic Association with four seconds left, a 1965.64 varsity basketball balanced scoring attack, League Season a big second quarter, a run. W L Pct. FF Opps. W L Pet. GB and-gun offense, and a terrify- Seattle Prep ...... I 0 1.000 101 109 2 0 1.000 ing T-Bird set the 1964-65 bas- Blanchet ......... 0 0 .000 56 36 1 0 1.000 ketball season rolling in high O'Dea ............ 0 O .000 57 70 O 1 .000 gear as the Catholic preps of this Archdiocese captured three Bellarmine ....... 0 1 .000 128 119 1 1 .500 1 of five games played. Spectacles to come Jim Gillingham's 20-footer December tt--O'Dea vs. Bellarmlne at Seattle U, NCA, 8 p.m.; and turned defeat into victory for Rochester at St. Martin's, Central League, 8 p.m. December 12--Shorellne at Blanchot, non-league, 7:30 p.m.; Seattle Prep Jim Harney's Seattle Prep Pan- vs. Scalth. at Seattle U, non-league, 7:30 p.m.; and St. Martin's at Castle thers. Rock, non-league. December l-Blanchet at Nathan Hale, non.league, 3:30 p.m.; O'Oea at The Jesuit Hill boys, trail- Queen Anne, non-league, 3:30 p.m.; Seattle Prep at Garfield, non-league, 3:30 ing 25-19 at half, rode the shot p.m.; and St. Martin's at White Pass, Central League. December 16--O'Dea at Lakelde, non.league, 3 p.m. to a 50-49 victory over the December 18--Bellarmlne at Blanchet, NCA, 8 p.m.; O'Dea at Evergreen, non-league, 8 p.m.; Seanle Prep vs. Wenatchea at Seattle U, Wesern Confer- tough BothelJ Cougars, 1964 ence, 8 p.m.; end Eatonvllle at St. Martin's, Central League, 8 p.m. Kingce Conference them- December 19--Wenatchee at BlancheS, Western Conference, 8 p.m.; and O'Dea plans, vs. Roosevelt at Seattle U, non-league, 8 p.m. 1 II I UII[ II IHIlll lllll [llllll[JI I IiNIItrll IIIIHI IIIIlfll[lllll [ I1 II Ill Illfllfll Iflrfll[lllllll I TIIIlll! IIIII rl I I[I George Morrison's Blanchet Braves parlayed a balanced scoring attack with a stingy de- fense to clobber the Mount Vernon Bulldogs, 56-36. And leading the way was .Terry Workman, little brother of Seat- tle University's superlative sophomore, T o m Workman. Workman and Tom Lyons each had 11 points to lead the Braves. RaN URQUHART'S Bellar- mine lions outscored West Bremerton, 16-8, in the second quarter and held the advantage in a 68-58 win. Mike Tretton, senior guard, led the victors with 20 points. Tyee, running and gunning, built up a 44-23 half time lead and coasted to a 70-57 win over Dick Naish's O'Dea Irish. De- spite a 23-point fourth quarter, the Irish could never catch up. A terrifying T-Bird, Garry Terry by name, scored 20 points for Tumwater as it came from a half time deficit to edge St. Martin's, 58-54. Jim Hannan led the losers with 12 points. The "Odd Play of the Week" was contributed in the North- west Catholic Association's op- ener in Tacoma Monday when Seattle Prep's Pat Burns got Key leaders for track meet named Key men have been named to chairmanships to arrange the Seattle Invitational Indoor Track Meet to be sponsored by the Carroll Club Saturday, Feb. 6, in the Seattle Center Coliseum. Carroll Club members named, according to co-chair- men Vern F. Raschko and Lee E. Sinclair, are: Earl Spangler, public rela- tions; Milton A. Link, finance; Thomas T. Kobayashi audit- ing; Frank Scott, ticket sales; James A. Rider, track facilio the ball after a jump, whirled and canned a field goal -- in Bellarmine's favor--to knot the score 45-45. BUT BURNS' mistake did not upset Prep's motion as the Panthers won a 61-60 thriller on Dick Saxton's two free throws in the last 12 seconds. Burns could be excused. He's averaging 11.5 points a game for the Panthers. In the "Game of the Week," Bellarmine this Friday travels to Seattle University to play the O'Dea Irish, Bellarmine is the favorite in this second NCA tussle of the year. Blanchet plays Shoreline of the Metro League Saturday at home with the game rated a tossup. Saturday night the Prep Panthers entertain the tough Sealth Scahawks. St. Martin's travels to Castle Rock Saturday for a game with the always rugged Rockets. The Braves and the Panthers are already off on the victory track, and Bellarmine and O'Dea seem to be the outsid- ers in the Northwest Catholic ii HOLY CROSS BROTHERS Serve God Through Teaching, Youth Work, Missions Writing • Farming • Trades Social Work • Clerical Work For Information writo: Rrotber • ilbert hrko, C.S.C. Notro Dame Hlgk School 1364 Riverside Dr. Sbenna Oaks. Calif. i Association r a c e. St. Martin's could be a contender for West Central League honors. THE SEASON is yet young. Recaps: FRIDAY'S OPENERS Tyee 70, O'DEA 57. High for the Totems: Jack Van Vleck, 20, and John Sholberg, 7; for the Irlsh: Pat Welch, 11, Mlke M’Cann, 11, and Ray Slmpson, 11. Halfflma: 44-23, Tyee. Non-league at Tyee. SEATTLE PREP 50, Bolhell 49. High for the Panthers: Pat Burns, 13, and Mike Tronquet, 10; for the Cougars: Dick Nlemeyer, lS and Bob Haynes, 14. Halftlme: 25-19, Bothell. Non-league at Bothell. SATURDAY'S WINNERS BLANCHEr Off, Mt. vet.on 36. High for the Staves: Workman, 11, Tom Lyons, 11, Tom Ourke, 10; for the Bulldogs: Ray Cassidy, 7. Holftlme: Clenches 25, MS. Vernon 12. Non-league. BELLARMINE 68 West Bremertan 58. High for the Lions: Trottan, 20, Craig HIIdea, 11, Ran Evay, 11. For the Wildcats: Dove Shuta, 16, and Jlm Pudos, 10. Holttlme: Bellormine 32, West Sremerton 31. Copltal League at Bellarmlne. Tomwaler 68, $1. MARTIN'S 54. High for the Thundurblrcls: Garry Terry, 20, and Jack May, 14; for the Rang. ors: Hannah, 12, and Jeff Smlht, 11. Halftlme: 27-26, Tumwater. Non- league at Tumwater. MONDAY'S NCA THRILLER SEATTLE PREP 61, BELLARMINE 60. High for the Panthers: Gllllng. ham, 16, Tranquot, 13, Mike saree. sen, 10, and Pot Burns, 10; for the Lions: Trettan, 18, and Craig HII. den, 18. Hairline: 32-31, Bellarmlne. NCA at Bellarmlne. LLOYD Member of St. Louisa Bellevue AT YOUR SERVICE MUSTANGFALCON GALAXIE--FAIRLANE THUNDERBIRD NEW TRUCKS--USED CARS METKE FORD CO. 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CARL NELSON, TERRI COLE AND CHRISTINE ANDERSON St. Luke's (center) and Christ the King SchooJs in fie CYO parades talent galore 4th Degree sets essay contest The late beloved Pope John XXIII is the subject of the ]964 Scholarship Essay Contest, sponsored by the James Shields General As- sembly of the Fourth Degre e Knights of Columbus. Theme is "What the reign of Pope John XXIII has meant to me as an American Catholic." First place award is $500. Initiated last October, the contest is open to all aenior students of Catholic high schools or senior CCD stu.:": dents in Seattle, Bellevue,. Renton and Auburn areas. Contest ends January 15. Other contest rules, accord- ing to chairman A. Patriclg. (Pat) Hannah, are that the es- says must be limited to 500 words or less and double- spaced on one side of the paper only, that contestant's name.= address, phone, name of school. In numbers alone, the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H,,.,,,,,., :,,,. 1964 CYO Archdiocesan Teen Parade of Talent was a 00ucc=00 talent One hundred and thirty.five grade school youngsters- 63 finals set from the Greater Tacoma area and 72 from the Greater Seattle area -- participated in the fi- Again the parade from the rials of the talent show Friday Greater Seattle and Tacoma at Seattle University's Pigott areas of CYO young star-stud- Auditorium. dad talent will be featured on The 135 is a new participat- the stage of the Seattle Uni- ins record and so were the 49 varsity Pigott Auditorium. separate acts. This time it's for teen-agars St. Luke's and Christ the in the second annual CYO King Schools, both of Seattle, Showcase of Stars, marking tied for the school sweepstakes this Sunday the 1964 archdioc- award. Each had three winners, esan teen-age talent show fi- But they were all winners, nals. each CYOer in his or her right Curtain time is 2:30 p.m. for all had to be that in their Admission is 25 cents with a respective districts to advance CYO card, 50 cents for other to the finals. And talent was teens. Priests and Religious high quality in both division will be admitted free. age divisions, said Mrs. Carl T. The showcase will include Nelson, archdiocesan chairman more than 30 acts of singing, oooooeoeeoeooooooeoo from Christ the King Parish. dancing, instrumantals, comedy The midget division produced and dramatic talent, e e  by. • outstanding winners: • Earl Sp gl RECITATION -- Christopher .................. =,,,,,P,lr,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,H. ........... i,rlw,!,*,,,,4!,..h,,.ii,,il • an er. Gianelli, Sacred Heart Heart Kagan, Teresa Reynolds, Kath- School and St. Patrick's Par- hen McMullen, Molly Witt- ish, Seattle. man and Betto Steele, Assump- NOVELTY--Denis Wilcox, St. tion, Seattle, for ensemble; and Mary's, Seattle. Colleen Korte, Peggy Sullivan, VOCAL -- Kathy Puz, Holy Jeanne Farrow, Maureen Cross. Tacoma, for solo; and Schwitter, Terri Cole, Judith Anthony Edward and Stephen Gardner, Susan Nelson, Jean McKillop, St. Luke's, Seattle, Marqueling, Jacqueline Haase, for ensemble. Patricia Cullen, Barbara Stein. INSTRUMENTAL -- Maureen aner and J o a n K a r t a k, St. Lyneh, Christ the King, and Luke's, Seattle for chorus. Nancy Filbin, St. Matthew's, INSTRUMENTAL--Bill King, Seattle, both for piano. St. Mary's, Seattle, for piano; DANCE -- Kathleen Lillian, and Gordon Pugel, St. Luke's, Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle. Seattle, for accordion. Competition w a s absolutely DANCE -- Joan Everson, St. fierce in the cadet division, Patrick's, Tacoma, for ballet; Mrs. Nelson was told by the and Patty Jo White, St. Matth- • four judges. Winners include: ew's, Seattle, for interpretive. RECITATION -- Christine Mrs. Nelson was assisted by Anderson, Christ the King, Seat- Mesdames Howard Forrest, tle. Earl J. Lorraine and Carl • • NOVELTY-- John Kamacho, Reynolds and Misses Cindy : ASSURANCE "o Tim O'Leary and $ohn Steven- Nelson, Ellen Ortblad, Kathy • WHITi HENRY STUARIr BUILDINO son, Christ the King, Seattle. Murphy and Ginger Filbin. eOoooeoooeeooeeoeoooeoeMAin 2.18S1 IA 9-|6S7 VOCAL -- S a n d r a Woody, Holy Rosary, Seattle, for solo; Kathleen Lavigne, Claudia Mc- FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Progress in youth affairs name of teacher and contest- ant's age must be placed on a separate sheet and that entries must be delivered or post- marked before 12 midnight January 15 to 722 E. Union St., Seattle 98122. JUDGMENT WILL be based on originality of thought and clearness of expression. The $500 cash award, given for scholarship purposes, will be presented at the annual Fourth Degree banquet. The contest is presented annually to stress patriotism and Ca-" tholicism for Catholic high school students. Assisting Hannan are Robert: F. CaldweH and Faithful Navi- gator Edward D. Sima. i MERZ SHEET 1 METAL WORKS | We do new and repair jobs for ai! I purpoles where Iheet metal Ii re-I qu]rad. MAIn 3.04Z  Jaekeaa Sh.ml"l, m SIATI'LI 4 I I SUNDAY, Dec. 13---St. Benedict's CYO Etalbo Teen Club, pancake breakfast, 9 am to 12 noon, parish school lunch- room, N. 48th St. and Walllngford Ave. N., Seattle. Donation, $0 cents. Mlckey Roberts, chairman. FRIDAY, Dec. 18--O'Dea High School Lotterman's Club, sock hop, 9 pm, school gymnoslum, Columbia and Terry Ave. Music, Dynamics. Ad- mission, $1.25. Brion Gurry, chair- man. BN.t, Bl.l.t CH01RO.ET Iolmesa.  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