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OF ,iEF17ER ON rAp,v,r z ADVOCATE B--SPORTS PAGE THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1959 O NEWS VIEWS BY MAX BROWN Down )wn 10.01n0pener ; Baseball hot dog is fretting ready today to observe anniversary as a baseball adjunct. It a day in 1904 at the Polo Grounds when a named Harry Stevens sent down to the 'shop for "some sausages and buns." He and they went like, well,--like hot dogs. r.hile they're hot" day became a part of Amer- language The 'hot dog king" is gope sons, and their sons, still carry on the larg- Catering service in the world. Harry M. :., supplies major league ball parks, tile New 31 horse racing tracks where their events Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont dog (the running kind) tracks. Feeding The Charles Town High School ~)aseballers got their 1959 season rolling Tuesday afternoon on their home field at Legion park and it was a fine beginning, as they scot ed a decisive 10-0 victory over the ~hepherdstown High Cardinals. The Barker-coached Pant'hers capitalized on bhe wildness of three Shepherdstown pitchers, plus some good defensive play by Paul Coffman and Danny Eismon, plus a few timely hits to knock ;'he Cardinals off. Charles Town got a run in the first frame, added two more in each of the second and third inn- ings and then really put t,he game ;n the bag with a five-run out- burst in the fourth frame. In this of fans is taken for granted by the pc- :coring barrage t:he Pant,hers did- amount of behind-the:scene preparation is n'*t even collect a hit, but, took As an example, one of the most imperative every advantage of wildness on the part of Shepherdstown pit- Uate storage space. At Yankee Stadium, fbr chefs, plus some loose Cardinal Stevens' can refrigerate 70,000 servings of fielding -5,000 cases of soft drinks, 10,000' cases of Larry Burns, who started on the 1,000 hot (ioffs... So . . . Mr. Stevenswbrinff mound for Charles Townand work with lots of mustard and we'll be set for the ed three frames was the winning pitcher. Coach Harry Barker also .h.. used Billy Bentz and Dick Poston. Jerry Derr started on the mound Y To .See, seball isn't lacldng one bit here in For Shepherds:town and worked un til the fourt h frame when Knott 'terest in ha . and Strider came on to take turns efferson County. Last week-end a meet|ng on mound. a Tri-County, six-team league, was organized Charles Town collected 10 runs on only six hits. but the ten walks ,. en who are ardent supporters of the great whiclf Derr and Knott gave up Bob Doyle, a jovial chap with a wealth of helped in the big Pant:her scor- OWledge. has been chosen as president of the ing. Sheoherdstown had no runs :h has announced it's opening games for May on five hits. Word reaches this cornet" today that the Rippon The boxscore: ,,new league has already ordered all new uni- Charles Town AB R H Coffman, ss ............ 5 1 1 meir team. (See article on Tri-County base- l analli, cf ............. 3 2 1 this issue.) . . Ware, cf ..............1r 0 l Frye, 2b ................ 4 1 0 '!eSL COFFf I~TNStc pooper, If .............. 211 Burns, p .............. 2 0 0 leared the high-jump at 50 ft. BenCz, p ............... 1 1 0 rlday on a cold and windy aftm oon at Leg Poston, p .............. 1 0 O i " . Ion Snow, 3b .......: ...... 2 2 0 he 1941 record of 5 feet 9 set by a ormer Eismon. lb ............ 3 1 0 and field great, Paul, Barr... CARL HUB- Jackson, rf ............ 3 1 1 Son of the fmTaer New York Giants ace south-CouEer, c .............. 1 0 0 e aber of the Quantico Marines pitchinfr staff Dunbar, c .............. 1 0 1 In Charles Town with the Marines for their Totals .............. 29 106 with the Legion on Sunday, July 19... Shepherdstown AB R H EISENHOWER who will be playing golf in Strider, ss, p .......... 4 0 0 L,,when the baseball season opens at Gfiffith Welsh, ss .............. 1 0 0 d.nt miss any opening games in an election Lucas. 2b .............. 1 0 0 Hunter, 3b ............ 1 0 0 !r-ree . . . BUCKY BOLYARD, the West Vir- Kid,Tiler, c ............ 2 0 1 ineer star basketball player is giving serious Myers, c ........ : ...... 1 0 1 turnin to Charles Town this summer and,Shuttz, cf .............. 2 0 1 i the Legion team. Right now Bucky is hold- i CulUson,iWalde'ck' lblb ............ ............ 030000 base--and hittin the ball very well--for Henderson, rf .......... 2 0 1 ir inians... (If) COACH ART LEWIS re- i Harndzo, If .......... :. 3 0 1 football players this fall, he will garner more Richardson. ph ........ 1 0 0 I VartMetre, ph .......... 1 0 0 !there will be none at all. Lewis said he did Derr, p ...... . ...... .... 2 0 0 ).cause embarrassment to any player, and he Knott, p ............... 0 0 0 S might happen if he were to have only one Right now Lewis wantsthree. One of Totals ........... ~ 5 BLOOM. of course. Bloom, the Weirton eing $ouvht bv several other schools. One H0war ,, v.-- .-..-..j ' Playm=s desired by Lewis is a tacMe form i Lewis has made at least one trip to see Coach To Speak At evidently wants him in a bad way. A e'ood ; Lewis would like to make LARRY JASPER Page hckson Banquet 2:R Turn To 2-B ATmmmm AND COUNTRY CLOTHIERS in Life Esquire and Nationally TV Advertised. FOR MEN [NTED 2-WAY KNIT ALL NYLON BODY SOCK OVER LEG AND FOOT FATIGUE /)eslgned for men on !heir feet all day The basketball and football squads of Page Jackson High SchOol will be 'honored on their accomplishments of the past sea- son Monday evening, April 13 at a sports banquet to be held at Page Jackson High School begin- ning at 8:15, it was announced this week by E. M. Dandridge, prin cipal. The lateness of the starting houi" has been necessitated, Prin- el,pal Dandrldge said because of ,the faot that Dr. Tho~nas Hart, basketball coach at Howard Uni- versity Washington, D. C. ,has ac- cepted .an invitation to be the speaker and he can not get away from Washington until early ev- ening. The banquet is being spoltsored by the high school in cooperwt- ion wi~h t~he Progressive, Eureka, and Zenith Clubs, al.1 Negro men's groups of Charles Town Jef ers Little League Heads To Meet Ftiday 7 All officers, Ceazn represen~ta~- yes and other persons interested in the operation of the Jefferson ~Little League again t'hls Summer are urged,~to at,tend a special meet ing to 'be held Friday night, April 10 at 7 p. m. at Fne Peoples Sup- ,ply office, it was announced Mon day by Donald Noland, league pres !::" iden,t. Noland said fi.nal plans for the ',:~ 1959 season will ~be ~nade at ,this meeting. Kiwania r About Leetown Hatchery WHITE, GREY, CORDOVAN, NAVY 10, 10V=) MEDIUM REGULAR (10, 11, 11~) (11, 11, 12) LARGE (12, 13, 14) IN REAR FOR CUSTOMERS WASHINGTON STREET CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. 'Members of the Charles Town Kiwanis Club will hear u report .about the current operations at the Federal Fish Hatchery at Lee town at ~heir, regulur Thursday nl,ght dinner 'meeting a~ hotel 'r~lomas Jefferson. Dr. Robert Lebanon. researoh biologist, will be bhe guest speaker from the hat- chery and wi'll speak at 7 p, m. ~VIembers and guests will assemble promptly at 6:15 p. m. for din- ner. Cul,bure, when you boil t~t down is 4;he art of being unselfish some of your time. Mand,~tory q.uobas fo'r oil im- ports are predicted, ' F RST TO WORKOUT ON HEW SHENANDOAH DOWNS TRACK Charles-To-wn To Football Coach Be Host Friday l!To Speak At Charles To Hartinsburg WItERE, WIIEN THEY PLAY FRIDAY, APRIl, lO Martinsburg at Charles Town lledgesville at Shepherdstown APRIL' 14 '.Frostburg, Md. at Shepherd Iiarpers Ferry at Charles Town ltedgesville at Martinsburg , With the weati~er cooperating ::: ! " ;fully the collegiate and scholas- ~. "~;~'::: !tic baseball season got underway :;!: ::~ ,in fui'i force this week after a.! shaky and cold beginning last Fri ]day. And from now until m~d-May L there should be plenty of baseball action on the sec~on"s diamonds. I For instance two high school] i games areon tap for Friday after- I noon with a good battle expected ~,to take place on the Legion field in Charles Town when the Mar- Town High Banquet ]tinsburg High Bulldogs move into .iLegion field to be guests of the ]Charles Town High Panthers. This " o cin lant wa e d i will be the ,first of two games the Friday morning the ftve-e~ghts mile track at the new Shenandoah D wns ra g p s op ne i ,, .. , ....... m ,~o,, ~,hi~ ~..~n I ART LEWI~ for the first time for thoroughbreds to work over and in the rush of horse traffic onto the track ~ ~.=~?,';~-~,"*'~-~'~+~:~::,,'~,'{:'~'~:: i Jefferson Count- will have the the horse and exercise boy shown above were the first,to try out the turf and both horse and rider !~ons ~lVIa:'~]n~;bur~ "~Ca;a~n~t~""[~e i honor tnd distinction of being .is" seemed to like the track which horsemen pronounced as 'extremely fast." The horse is Mar.inn Kay ....~.~ ,F.~. ,~ .Yn~f~d tn ~iw th~ ~ ~," t ...... ~' ~, ,~i~.'~ r,~n ~,[~i" owned by John Ambrose Charles Town businessman orchardist and banker and the rider is Alkie Dar-I~v~10L~sa~t~e mo~ft-~iou~)~e~or [he " ...... '~""~'" ~'~acT~'s- -' ith~ ~''; . ' 2 ' ' ' * t move u g, , ' " " I lege arnleq;lc co, cne. w t n lington of Charles Town. an exercme boy. Ambrose was just one of a number of horsem~.n o Ititl~, rhi~ Snrin~ i. ~, .......... ~ ~ .... s ~--*h AI"~ horses into the new and modern Shenandoah Downs stables. Shenandoah Downs will conduct a 62- ~'~Irl ~the o~her~'~riday action the wes[ night meeting beginning May 1 The track newcst of four operating in West Virginia has had more ..... ~"iP^ High Ea-les will hel~: "" ~' ..... - ~ "~ -'~ .......... ' ...... ' ' ""-- " ' .... inn" I l-l.eug~ v le g g P ~ v,lrglnla Unlversl[y ano ~,l'etl tnan noo applications zor it's boo Stalls (]ffnoto JI:$Y TInl ;5 ! . - : " , - __ ..... the Shephm~stown H~g,h Cazdm- Schaus, head basketball coach at "-------7~ .......... als open their home season on Fair WVU will be speaking at two dif- -- . .,m m, ll -, IPe I r l' fax field in Shepherdstown, I ferent athletic banquets to be T,,; ff'aBl~&~ II~eak~ll 1 d~lBlllJ~ l-ln~rl~l x.nnarl [ Tuesday af, ternoon two big bat- I held in Shepherdstown and Char-~ III = ~,VUlllV I~tl~l~l~till L~H~U~ IIIlHIISIHI ~H~V t,tles will be taking place in Jeffer- lies Town. e a# ~ono n n I sonCounty and one in Berkeley[ Gordon Eismon Principal of ~ J e J e.'r UT LITIZens AsKea ICunty" Charles Town High School an- , ,raaalqFnn .llNnaU* .IV .name , Charles Town High will be play nounced this week that Coacil Art Vl_~lglllL~Ibll ~FUllgg][j~ #lA /~lldllll~ ~ I ,F ling hos~ to Harpers Ferry in a lLewis has accepted an invitaticm -- I. '__m -- -- =. .. Par IJnlafl ]Jam [game set for 3:30 at Legion Park to be the m'ineipal spoaker at tl~e myra a.~ mvmm l~lldlill field" while Hedgesville High will ~ ~. ' ~ " ~ , . ' . , school's athlet!c banquet to be To Onen Plav Sundav. Mav 3 -- It)e at Martmsbuzg .... H,gh m a game held in the high school cafeteria ............ # -- set for 3"45 l" ~ ~ ~ Jackson-Perks Post No. 71 I .. ~ _ .... Tuesday evening May 12. "--------- ~-- ...... " I AlgO tuesoay alrernoon xne ' ,e The American Legion * ' ~ . On Monday e~ ~,nlng May 18 Sandlot baseball is expected to ......... IShepherd Colle.ebatsmen will ber,,~.,, w..~.~ ~.~. ........ m ~ ~h~ her eak I ~ hi I n playing host to F'zostbt g s hit a big p' "n t :s sect'o Pan}ha,, T ,ae.bman .... I , _ -: ..' .: ' ' . '. principal speaker Ira" the all sport.' this coming Summer than in /UIIIIII~| /IU~][llllI[~|l April 4, 1959I Sta~e '~eacners woneeg in w natban,met to be s:ta~ed at She,nherd many years as formation of a six IF #~ a ~ qm . Mr. Max Brown, Edi,tor I sbm[ld have been 'the fifthcon- College. " ~ ~" team league for Berkeley and Jeff i~ |m~ ~Aflt| i~@@ Spirit of Jefferson Advocate Isecu~ive name gnome mr me ~ams erson counties in W Va 'and ad- 1V ~1;1 II~;al l~31 _ ..... - [but will actually be only the third a,PqP~n ~.~W ~lII~Illv ~,.~;,.. w.ono,.,~ ~.,, 'xr ...... u,harles .own, w, ca. " I since they have had two games ..~_.~.....~.,u...,. .......... Deal Mr Brown rained out completed Sunday agernoon at a In W,nehae}ar " : I .~ meeting of team representatives at ill I1 Ill~ll~h, Ol~h,l On Sunday, May 3rd the Char I ~ . ~ . . .~.~g'..~ll' whiOh league officers were also les Town Legion will open its 19591 Surplus , y~e ~. Ln OW in s~or.age ~.~ WINl~4q/lu~z,# named, x~h ,~,,o ~o ,,;.~+ ..... ~ baseball season at Legion Field. I in the Unlte~.~tacesls sumc,en~ ,d ~~ Robert F Doyle, Charles Town r~'~'~"~y~'.:'~ r~,~r~ This will be the fourteen, th season [ t0 supply all u mtea ~tates aoz'Qes m" 4M~. h~u,,,~*t~ ~,~n ~,~,.~,~. "--~'"J ~ "-~'" '~'~."'~'...~"""" ~'~" t,hat the local American Lesion I tic and ex;por~ requirements ior , ____~,~ ,,,~ umpire and high school coach was ~a~.m~sn~ s~.Cha~es~,~'wwn. ~ Post 71 has sponsored baseball] a year. So said President Eisen- ~, ~l~ ~n~ ' ~'~"' ........ " ................ r h s orts minded citizens of rioTer in nis zarm message ~o ~on - nwmed as league preszden,t. Alec i~ o,,th~.~ t'h,i ura~lr i'nar~d ...... . fo t e p [ ~ 1~| ~[~i .-....., ....... ...o, ...... , .......... . ress W. Carroll, Sr., was named league to be in ton sha~'~ Joy one of the Chah'esTown, Jefferson County [ g -. .. secretary; . and H,arry S. Hesket% tm,~h~t, m~,t~ ,~i~v will f'nPo lhi.~ and .this section. [ | mm [] n .treasurer. season when t'hey move in,to Han- In order to continue to bring to/ Nazned to ~the league's board of dlev Bowl in V~l:nchester Va S,at- Charles Town the very best ,tea,ms | 1 ~, , directors were: Le~s i~. Ca;rroll ur~l'ay af,ternoon.' " awailable such as the Quantico ] 1 t;narles Jr., of Rippon; Frank Kid,w~ler, ,v~,, Po"*h~r~ will h~ '~a+tii'~ P Marines, the Parris Island Mar, i ~ i T~v~ Bakerton Leroy DeHaven Gaines,,,~"wit:h~'w~,,,,~ ~,~=~:~.m~ in ines and the Camp LeJuene Mar- I ~1 ~tv,, ,t boro, Va.; Nelson Gray, Mar,tins,- H~,~al-,. ~i~h ,~nd Frederick ines t s a,bsolutely necessary and i | I ~] .~. .~.~ burg; and Pete Snow, Gerrards- (,M'd~" ~1~':i~ ,o ,~,' .... ,~:,~ ,~; essential ,that the Legion Baseball ] I [] ~ rnone a:~ town s':'~- ""'~'und r .... "'~':~.'/5 ....... Club has ~the active and financial l I [] . .e~ ~o ge~ e'way a~ a .. Lewis Lieklider, IV~,artinsburg; ,Coach Dick Harmison's boyssuppo,rt crf the cmzens of ,the co~a/ LeRO~, DeHaven, Gainesboro; ,and will however have an oppm~un- munt,ty, n William Hough of 'Bakerton were' it- "to ~et in' some more combat The sale of season tickets priced i !!11~ '1 '1 named ,o'the league's publicity action ~lais afternoon before they at $10.00 includes admission to alli If '= "U commi,t~ee. " move into t~he bi~ one Saturday as home games during ,bhe 1959 sea-/ m Particii~ting ,teams will be Rip- they ~raveiled in-to Morgan c(;un- son and greatly assists club offi- [ ,port al~d Bakerton from Jefferson ,ty ,to meet t.he Berkeley Springs c!a~s m the operaraon of the pall | County; Gerrard~town, ,Martins- High tra,ckmen in a dual meet. Al crab. A dave ~o/ |.~ L-- own as h wzll notsell as many ~cKe~s as ~posslble i 'burg and R ,teaim kn t e ,I~hough even ~his meet' ," ., , ., J Berkeley Place team, also oT Mar- provide ,the sharp competi~tion a,na D aseoall fans are,urged ~.o par | -~ .m ns r fr m B r le x ~ cnase mese ucKers wmcn wzll as bu g, o eke y Oounty which, the Par~t'hers can e. pec .-. . '... .. ... ;-I n alnesb rfrom Freden 1 r ss~s in mam~ammg ~ne nagn cal a d G " o o ' "'ok, ~aLurday, it will prov'de mo e op- :: ' ~ , ..... . . .. " ~, ,~ z h e team meet loer ot oaseoali ma~ Jenerson IF ~ County, Va. " pos'Von than the ,t: re ~ . ' * ~ . , ,3 League action will Cake place v~hich the Panthers won last Fri- ~oun~y ~ans nave peen.accustom each Sunday with $~hree games day afternoon in Oharles Town eo m seeing a~ hegmn l,'~el(1 every ._... being pl~ayed on three different In ~he Friday meet the Pan- season. t~hers looked exceptionally good in some events despi,te the ,high Winds and cold weather which prevailed. And they are expected to show up reasonably well in these even~ts in Saturday's meet Coach Harmison was still trying this week to find ,more strength for the distance runs since it was very evident in last week's meet that his Panthers do not yet 'have entries that can give them a fight ing chance in them. The following men can be con- 'tacted for ticke~ts: Leland Shugart, Thornton Perry. Randolph Huye~t, Joe Chris~tian, James Strider, How ard Sechrist, Roland Bond. Wil- liam Jackson, Charles Clendening, Joe Wilson, Ed Heckman, Roger Ramey, Roy Klsner. Sincerely Yours In Sports James P. Morison Chairman, American Legion Athletic Committee yers, ;To W.i,th" ideal weather ,prev~ling some ,twenty or more candidates reported for the first practice ses sion of the season last ,Sunday for ~he Charles Town American Leg- ion basebatl team. Manager Woody W'Mters was on hand to greet the large number of ,players and after seeing ~hat~ everyone was properly i~troduced and ,told of some preliminary plans for ,the ini,tial workout, he lost no ,time in getting down to the business for .the af~ternoon. U,tilizing both the chain diamond and the Li,tt~le League diwmond just outside of ,t)he Legion diamond the genial l,i,ttle manager for .the Legion here ~his season, kept the candidates busy ~taking hi,t,ting practice on the big diavnond while from five to seven players ,were ~taking pa~t in an infield pepper drill on the Li.t~tle League diamond. Baseballs were flying in all direct- ions and old-tAnners and fans who were ~t the ~ball park Sunday were all ,in accord that ~,he ,turn-0ut i was the biggest and possibly ,the best of array of ball players ,to report for ,posi,tions on ~he ,team here An a number of years Returning Veterans ' Among Che so-called veteran players' returning were 'Wimpy' Zoar~bro, Chalky Hopkins who will (be back ~he Legion team this season, lgay Jaxnison, Roger Ram- ey, Larry Bolyard. Plick Bond, Jim~ny Locke and Dennis Alexan- der. Newcomers included hard-1~it 'ti~g R~y Doyle who played last season wH~h t~he Plea,n, N, Y. club in ,the New Y0rk-Penna League, Bruce PhilRps, a c~cher from Red Bank, N. J. Bill Ishm~vood, a )l'tcher from Arlington, Va., Glenn Gainer, Harpers Ferry Hlffh bas- ketball coach, Everett Kibler, a pi, tcher-first baseman from Win- chester, Va., Jerry Stewart, an in fielder from Middletown, Va. and Charlie Dodson, local boy who caught ~for the Junior A~nerican Legion team a few years ago. Veteran players who were un- able to at,tend practice were El- wood Heironimus, Gilbert Miller. Ted Keller and Jt,zn Moehler. All are expected to join the ,team for duty ,here this summer and will probably 'be on hand for the next practice scheduled Tor this gun- day ~f, ternoon a~ 1:30 p. m. Manager Waiters said tha,t reg- ular workouts will ,be held every Sunday afternoon un~l the season opens here on ~u, nday, May 3. wiivh the ,tempo being stepped u~p quite ~ bi~ beginning next Sun- day. Walters said he hopes ~o stage an in,toy-squad game possib- ly on April 19 in an effort to get a better line on ~me of the play- em and the positions which they can handle Atttomohiles lined ,t~he right field fence side of the diamond and there were in the neighbor- hood of a hundred or more ~ans on hand co wa.tch the candidates go ,through ~he two-hour and a. half workout. LAKESHORE OXFORDS Childs-1 to 12 $2.98 Juniors 12!/z to 3 $3.19 Womens 4 to 10 $:|.98 For real foot comfort and long weor, you can't beat "P-F" Con- vas Shoes Outfit the youngsters today! VULCANIZED {or Longer Weor . . Sorer Woshing '*POSTURE FOUNDATION I. The important "P-F" RIG- ID WEDGE helps keep body welght on outside of normal fool .--- de- creasing foot and leg strain --- |ncrtas;ng com- fort and endurance. 2. Sponge rubber cush;on. "P- F" EXCEL Boy's $:}.79 Men's ; $3.98 "P-F" REDMAN (HEAW SOLES) Boy's Sizes 12 to 6 . - - $4.49 Men's Sizes to 12 . - $4.98 fron.ts. Opening gavnes will be Sunday, May 3, wi,th league, a:ction to con- tibiae until August 9. The complete schedule as releas ed Monday will be as ,follows: May 3 I~ippon vs Gainesboro Bakerton vs Berkeley Place Gerrard~town vs Ma~tinsburg May 10 Berkeley Place vs Rippon Martinsburg vs Bakerton Gainesboro vs Gerrardstown , May 17 Rippon vs Bakerton Gerrardstown vs Berkeley Place Martlnsburg vs Gainesboro May 24 Gerrardstown vs l:tippon Bake,ton vs Gainesboro Berkeley Place vs Martinsburg May 31 l~ippen vs .Martinsburg Bakerton vs Gerrards,town Gainesboro vs.Berkeley Place June 7 Galnes~oro vs Ri,ppon Berkeley Place vs Bakerton Mart~nsbur~ vs Gerrardstown June 14 l~l, ppon vs Berkeley Place Bakerton vs Martinsburg Oaines'boro vs Gerrard~town June 21 Bakerton vs Ri..ppon Berkeley Place vs Gerrards~own Gainesboro vs Martinsburg June 28 Ri, ppoh vs Martin~burg Gerrardstown vs Bakerton Berkeley Pl~ce vs Gainesboro JULY 4 ALL STAR GAME July Pd~pon vs Gainesboro Bakerton vs Berkeley Place GerrardStown vs Martinsburg July 12 Barkeley Place vs Rippon M~artan~burg vs B&kerton G~inesboro vs Gerrardstown July 19 l~i,ppon vs Bakerkon Gerrardstown vs Berkeley Place Ma~tLnsburg vs G~ine~boro July 26 Gerrardstown vs Pdppon Bakerton vs Galnesboro Berkeley Place vs MaPtinsburg August 2 nippon vs Marti,nsburg Bake,rton vs Gerrardstown G~inesboro vs Berkeley Place August 9 Pd~aon vs Gerrardstown Bake, r,ton vs Galnesboro MurInsburg vs Berkeley Place Drive CAREFULLY. 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