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106 the american university

Hilda Minder French

B. A., M. A., Ohio Wesleyan
Instructor in Speech and English

Marie Delonglee

B. A., College de la Legion d'Honneur, Paris; Diploma, University of Paris;

B. A., Chattanooga
Instructor in French

Ethel G. Stiffler

B. A., Goucher; M. A., Pennsylvania; Graduate Study, Cornell
Instructor in Biology

Cornelia M. Cotton

B. A., Cornell; M. A., Syracuse
Instructor in Biology

Harlan Randall

Student of Herbert Witherspoon, Chicago
Instructor in Choral Music

Donald Sherbondy

B. A., Ohio Wesleyan; M. A., American
Instructor in Political Science and Debating




American University



WASHINGTON, D. C.



CATALOG NUMBER
for 1933-34 SESSION



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VOL 8, NO. 1



FEBRUARY, 1933



American University
Bulletin




College of Liberal Arts



CATALOG NUMBER
for 1933-34 SESSION



The American University Bulletin is published quarterly by The
American University in February, April, June, and August.
Entered as second-class matter March 23, 1926, at the Post Of-
fice at Washington, D. C, under the Act of Aug. 24, 1912.



Digitized by the Internet Archive

in 2010 with funding from

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Directory of Offices



Acting Chancellor

Dean of the College

Dean of Women

Registrar

Business Manager

Bursar

Librarian

Director of Food Service and

Dormitories
College Nurse
Director of Men's Athletics
Director of Women's Athletics
Students' Supply Store
Superintendent of Grounds
Director of Orchestra
Director of Glee Clubs
Director of Debating
Director of Dramatics
Dean of the Graduate School



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Contents



Page

College Calendar 5

Board of Trustees 7

Administrative Officers 11

Faculty 13

College Preachers 18

Entertainments, Concerts, Etc. 20

Aims and Purposes 22

Ideals and Standards 22

Location 24

History of the University 27

Grounds and Buildings 28

Libraries and Laboratories 30

Supply Store and Post Office 32

Rooms and Board 33

Requirements for Admission 35

Requirements for Graduation 41

Fees and Expenses 47

Scholarships, Loan Funds, and Student Employment 51

Prizes and Honors 56

General Regulations 59

Student Activities 70

Special Programs of Study 77

Courses of Instruction 83

Art 83

Astronomy 86

Biology 86

Chemistry 90

Classical Languages and Literatures 92

Economics and Sociology 94

Education and Psychology 98

English 102

French 106

German 109

History 110

Library Science 114

Mathematics 114

Music 116

Philosophy 116

Physical Education 118

Physics 119

Political Science 120

Religion 122

Spanish 125

Speech 127

Registration by Courses, 1932-33 130

List of Students, 1932-33 135

Honors and Prizes 146

Degrees Conferred in June, 1932 148

Alumni of the College 149

Index 160

Form of Bequest 162



1933


1934


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College Calendar

1932-1933

Freshman assembly, 1 :30 p. m.
Freshman registration, 2:30 p. m.
General registration, 8:00 a. m.
Opening exercises, 9 :30 a. m.
Class work begins, 11 :00 a. m.
Mid-semester grade report due.
Thanksgiving Day; a holiday.
Christmas recess from 12:00 noon to
Wed., Jan. 4, 1933, 8:15 a. m.

Class work resumed, 8:15 a. m.
Registration for second semester.
Semester examinations begin.
Semester examinations end.
Semester grade report due.
Registration of new students for second

semester.
Second semester begins, 8:15 a. m.
Washington's Birthday; a holiday.
Mid-semester grade report due.
Easter recess from 12.20 p. m. to Wed.,

Apr. 19, 8:15 a. m.
Class work resumed, 8:15 a. m.
Semester examinations begin.
Memorial Day; a holiday.
Semester examinations end.
Commencement Day.

1933-1934

Registration of former students, 9:00 a. m.
Freshman assembly, 1 :30 p. m.
Freshman registration, 2:00 p. m.
General registration, 8:00 a. m. — 4:00 p. m.
Examination in English for all new
students, 8:30 a. m.



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15


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19


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Examination in French for all new

students continuing the study of

French, 8:15 a. m.
Opening chapel, 9 :30 a. m.

Metropolitan Memorial Church
Class work begins, 11 :00 a. m.
Psychological examination for all new

students, 2:30 p. m.
Mid-semester grade report due.
Thanksgiving recess from 8:00 a. m. to

Mon., Dec. 4, 8:15 a. m.
Christmas recess from 12:00 noon to

Wed., Jan. 3, 1934, 8:15 a. m.

Class work resumed, 8:15 a. m.
Registration for second semester.
Semester examinations begin.
Semester examinations end.
Semester grade report due.
Registration of new students for second

semester.
Second semester begins, 8:15 a. m.
Washington's Birthday ; a holiday.
Mid-semester grade report due.
Easter recess from 12:30 p. m. to Wed.,

Apr. 4, 8:15 a. m.
Class work resumed, 8:15 a. m.
Semester examinations begin.
Memorial Day ; a holiday.
Semester examinations end.
Commencement Day.

1934-1935

General registration.
Freshman assembly.
Examination in English.
Examination in French.
Opening chapel, 9 :30 a. m.
Class work begins, 11 :00 a. m.



Board of Trustees

The University was incorporated by an Act of Congress
of the United States on February 24, 1893. It is governed
by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees consisting of forty
to fifty members. The Charter provides that two-thirds of
the members must be members of the Methodist Episcopal
Church.

Officers of the Board

Honorary President John C. Letts

President Arthur C. Christie

First Vice-President Edward F. Colladay

Second Vice-President Daniel C. Roper

Treasurer William S. Corby

Secretary H. Wilson Burgan

First Assistant Secretary Sara H. Dow

Second Assistant Secretary Ethel M. Martin

Historian Albert Osborn

Secretary Emeritus Charles W. Baldwin

Term Expires in 1935

John L. Alcock, Box 994, Baltimore, Maryland
Lumber Dealer

Charles W. Baldwin, 226 Lafayette Avenue West, Balti-
more, Md.
Clergyman, Retired

Jabez G. Bickerton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Clergyman

Lewis E. Breuninger, 1610 K Street, Washington, D. C.
Contractor and Builder

Wade H. Cooper, 14th and G Streets, Washington, D. C.
President of Commercial National Bank

William S. Corby, American Security Building, Washing-
ton, D. C.
Financier



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Collins Denny, Richmond, Virginia

Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church South

C. Francis Jenkins, 1519 Conn. Ave., Washington, D. C.
Inventor

Mrs. John F. Keator, Germantown, Pennsylvania

David Lawrence, 2201 M Street, Washington, D. C.
National Chairman of The United States Society

Benjamin W. Meeks, 100 Maryland Ave. N. E., Washing-
ton, D. C.
District Superintendent of Methodist Episcopal Church

Daniel C. Roper, Commerce Building, Washington, D. C.
Secretary of Commerce

William J. Showalter, 1156 Sixteenth Street, Washington,
D. C.
Assistant Editor of The National Geographic Magazine

Term Expires in 1939

John E. Andrus, Yonkers, New York
Chemical Manufacturer

H. Wilson Burgan, 1206 Decatur Street, Washington, D. C.
Clergyman, Pastor of Hamline Methodist Episcopal
Church

Edward F. Colladay, 1331 G Street, Washington, D. C.
Attorney

J. Phelps Hand, 3738 Jenifer Street, Washington, D. C.
Clergyman, Pastor of Wesley Methodist Episcopal
Church

Harry Hoskinson, 3410 Garfield Street, Washington, D. C.
Vice-President of The Sanitary Grocery Company

Edwin H. Hughes, 100 Maryland Ave. N. E., Washington,
D. C.
Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church; Acting Chancel-
lor of American University



Samuel H. Kauffmann, Evening Star Building, Washington,
D. C.

Business Manager of The Evening Star

William F. McDowell, 2400— 16th Street, Washington, D. C.
Bishop of Methodist Episcopal Church, Retired

Hosea B. Moulton, 1351 Girard Street, Washington, D. C.
Lawyer

William R. Wedderspoon, Cooper-Carlton Hotel, Chicago,
111.

Clergyman

William Lee Woodcock, Altoona, Pennsylvania
Financier

Harry E. Woolever, 100 Maryland Ave. N. E. Washington,
D. C.
Editor of National Methodist Press

Term Expires in 1943

Peter M. Anderson, Investment Building, Washington, D. C.
Architect and Consulting Engineer

William F. Bigelow, 119 West 40th Street, New York City
Editor of Good Housekeeping

Henry N. Brawner, Jr., Pennsylvania Ave. and 26th Street,
Washington, D. C.

President of Chestnut Farms Dairy
Arthur C. Christie, 1835 Eye Street, Washington, D. C.

Physician
Josephus Daniels, Raleigh, North Carolina

Editor of The Neivs and Observer
George W. Dixon, Chicago, Illinois

President of Dixon Transfer Company
William J. Faux, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Coal Merchant
Harry H. Flemming, Kingston, New York

Attorney



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John W. Hamilton, Stoneleigh Courts, Washington, D. C.

Chancellor Emeritus of American University ; Bishop of

Methodist Episcopal Church, Retired
James C. Nicholson, New Freedom, Pennsylvania

Clergyman
Clarence F. Norment, Wardman Park Hotel, Washington,
D. C.

Chairman of the Board of National Bank of Washington
John D. Townsend, Jr., Senate Office Building, Washington,
D. C.

U. S. Senator from Delaware
Samuel R. Van Sant, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Banker; ex-Governor of Minnesota
Wilbur M. Van Sant, Baltimore, Maryland

President of The Green and Van Sant Advertising Co.

Committees of the Board

Executive: Dr. Christie (Chairman) , Mr. Breuninger, Dr.
Burgan, Mr. Colladay, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Corby, Mr.
Kauffman, Mr. Lawrence, Bishop McDowell, Dr. Meeks,
Mr. Roper, Dr. Woolever, and ex-officio — Acting Chan-
cellor Hughes.

Finance and Investments: Mr. Corby (Chairman) , Mr.
Colladay, Mr. Roper, and ex-officio — Dr. Christie and
Acting Chancellor Hughes.

Audit: Mr. Anderson (Chairman), Mr. Hoskinson, and
Dr. Woolever.

Budget: Dr. Christie (Chairman), Mr. Anderson, Mr.
Breuninger, Mr. Corby, and Dr. Hand.

Buildings, Grounds, and Real Estate: Mr. Breuninger
(Chairman) , Dr. Christie, Mr. Colladay, Acting Chan-
cellor Hughes, and Mr. Kauffmann.

Instruction: Dr. Hand (Chairman), Mr. Anderson, Act-
ing Chancellor Hughes, Bishop McDowell, and Dr.
Woolever.

Ida Letts Educational Fund: Mr. Corby (Chairman),
Acting Chancellor Hughes, and Mr. Walter.



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Administrative Officers

Edwin Holt Hughes

B.A., M.A., D.D., LL.D., Ohio Wesleyan; S.T.B., Bos-
ton ; S.T.D., Syracuse ; LL.D., DePauw ; LL.D., Maine
Acting Chancellor of the University

John William Hamilton

B. A., Mt. Union; S. T. B., Boston; M. A., Wesleyan;

D. D., Baker; LL. D., Southern California, DePauw,

Mt. Union; L. H. D., American
Chancellor Emeritus

Herbert E. Walter

Washington School of Accountancy; Alexander Hamil-
ton Institute
Business Manager

Raymond Julius Spaeth

B.A., American; M. Bus. Adm., Harvard
Assistant Business Manager and Bursar

Sara Ann Stover

Averett College; Washington School for Secretaries
Secretary of the Business Manager



George Benjamin Woods

B.A., Northwestern; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts

Mary Louise Brown

B.A., DePauw; M.A., Michigan
Dean of Women

Bernice V. Moler

B.A., Maryland; M.A., American

Registrar and Secretary of the Dean of the College

Elizabeth Carmichael

B.A., Maryland; M.A., American
Assistant to the Registrar



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Kathryn Larimer

Secretary of the Dean of Women

Walter Francis Shenton

B.A., M.A., Dickinson; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Acting Librarian

Mrs. Pauline Olds

Hostess, Women's Residence Hall

Donald Sherbondy

B.A., Ohio Wesleyan; M.A., American; George Wash-
ington University Law School
Proctor in Hamilton House

Scott Crampton

Comptroller of Funds of Student Activities

Mrs. Sarah Sumner

University of Montana ; Pratt Institute
Director of Food Service and Dormitories

Student Assistants in the Library

Winona Buchanan Virginia Sherier

Margaret Dimond Edward Still

imogene flcklen eleanor taylor

Alice Louise Ford Ratie Tompkins

Arnold Fort Elizabeth Towne

Frances Noble Mary Webb

Vernon Robbins Adolphus Worley

Office Assistants in Women's Residence Hall

Anna Forrest Janet Stevenson

Dorothy Latham Ilse Taenzler



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Faculty

Edwin Holt Hughes, 1933 —

B.A., M.A., D.D., LL.D., Ohio Wesleyan; S.T.B., Bos-
ton; S.T.D., Syracuse; LL.D., DePauw; LL.D., Maine
Acting Chancellor of the University

George Benjamin Woods, 1925 —

B.A., Northwestern; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard
Dean of the College and Professor of English

Mary Louise Brown, 1925 —

B.A., DePauw; M.A., Michigan

Dean of Women and Associate Professor of English

John Edward Bentley, 1925 —

M.A., Clark; S.T.B., M.R.E., Boston; Th.D., McGill
Professor of Education and Psychology

Will Hutchins, 1925 —
B.A., B.F.A., Yale
Professor of Art

Walter Francis Shenton, 1925 —

B.A., M.A., Dickinson; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Professor of Mathematics

Delos Oscar Kinsman, 1926 —

B.L., Wisconsin; M.A., Butler; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Professor of Economics

Wesley M. Gewehr, 1929 —

Ph.B., M.A., Ph. D., Chicago
Professor of History

C. Henry Leineweber, 1926 —
Ph.D., Fribourg
Professor of German

William Bultman Holton, 1926 —
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Illinois
Associate Professor of Chemistry



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Harold Golder, 1927 —

B.A., Carleton; Ph.D., Harvard
Associate Professor of English

Jessie Mary Ferguson, 1927 —

B.A., Chattanooga; B.S. in Ed., M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State
Associate Professor of Education

Glenn Francis Rouse, 1927 —

B.A., Cornell College; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Associate Professor of Physics

Ferdinand A. Varrelman, 1925 —
B.A., California; M.A., Columbia
Assistant Professor of Biology

Lois Miles Zucker, 1925 —

B.A., M.A., Illinois; Graduate Study, Catholic Univer-
sity of America
Assistant Professor of Latin and Greek

Mary Meares Galt, 1926 —

B.A., Randolph-Macon; M.A., Columbia; Alliance
francaise in Paris; Graduate Study, Johns Hopkins,
Chicago
Assistant Professor of French

Arthur Jennings Jackson, 1927 —

B.A., Geneva; B.D., M.Th., D.Th., Drew; Graduate

Study, Columbia
Assistant Professor of Religion

Walter H. Young, 1929 —
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan

Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men
and Instructor in Political Science

Edward William Engel, 1928 —

B.S., Union; M.A., Ph.D., Princeton
Assistant Professor of Chemistry



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Lowell F. Huelster, 1931 —

B.A., Lawrence; M.A., Ph.D., Illinois
Assistant Professor of Economics

Ruberta M. Olds, 1930 —

Ph.B., Chicago; M.A., Columbia
Assistant Professor of Spanish

Marie Delonglee, 1929 —

B.A., College de la Legion d' Honneur, Paris ; Diploma,

University of Paris; B.A., Chattanooga
Instructor in French

Cornelia M. Cotton, 1931 —

B.A., Cornell; M.A., Syracuse
Instructor in Biology

Harlan Randall, 1931 —

Student of Herbert Witherspoon, Chicago
Instructor in Choral Music

Donald Sherbondy, 1931 —

B.A., Ohio Wesleyan; M.A., American
Instructor in Political Science and Debating

Bernice V. Moler, 1928 —

B.A., Maryland; M.A., American
Instructor in Political Science

George Lawton Sixbey, 1931 —

B.A., American; M.A., George Washington
Instructor in English

Student Assistants

Art: Anne King.

Biology: Kenneth Hoover, Alice Lee, Myron Simpson,

Dorothy Waller.
Chemistry: Francis Cramer, Hyman Kohan, Webster

Ramsay, Richard Tuve.
Classics : Genevieve Spence Blew.
Education : Lois Spencer.
English : Max Schaul, Harold Swift.



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French : Earl Kernahan.

History: Leon K. Bryner, B.A.

Mathematics: Frances Arnold, B.A., Pierce Gelsinger.

Physical Education for Men : Chester Bowers.

Physical Education for Women : Beatrice Adam.

Physics: Brooke Bright, B.A.

Spanish : Sara Motley.

Standing Committees of the Faculty

Executive: Dr. Woods (Chairman) , Dr. Shenton, Dr.
Kinsman, Dr. Gewehr, Miss Brown, and Miss Moler.

Admissions: Dr. Woods (Chairman), Dr. Bentley, Dr.
Kinsman, Dr. Leineweber, Mr. Varrelman, and Miss
Moler.

Curriculum: Dr. Woods (Chairman), Dr. Shenton, Dr.
Kinsman, Dr. Gewehr, Dr. Engel, and Miss Olds.

Registration and Schedule: Miss Moler (Chairman) , Dr.
Shenton, and Dr. Holton.

Absences: Dr. Woods (Chairman), Dr. Kinsman, Miss
Brown, Dr. Golder, Miss Gait, and Dr. Ferguson.

Social Activities: Miss Brown (Chairman), Prof. Hutch-
ins, Dr. Holton, Miss Olds, Miss Moler, and Miss
Cotton.

Library: Dr. Kinsman, (Chairman), Dr. Shenton, Dr.
Gewehr, Dr. Leineweber, Mr. Varrelman, Dr. Golder,
Dr. Ferguson, and Dr. Rouse.

Chapel: Prof. Hutchins, (Chairman), Dr. Woods, and Dr.
Jackson.

Lectures and Entertainments: Prof Hutchins (Chair-
man), Dr. Bentley, Dr. Jackson, and Miss Olds.

Scholarships, Honors, and Prizes: Dr. Woods (Chair-
man) and Miss Moler.



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Student Petitions: Dr. Shenton (Chairman) , Dr. Holton,
Dr. Golder, Dr. Ferguson, and Miss Moler.

Student Organizations: Dr. Bentley (Chairman), Prof.
Hutchins, Miss Brown, Dr. Holton, and Dr. Golder.

Athletics for Men: Dr. Holton (Chairman) , Dr. Golder,
Dr. Rouse, Mr. Young, and Dr. Engel.

Memorial: Miss Brown (Chairman), Dr. Kinsman, and
Dr. Holton.

Faculty Adviser of Student Publications: Mr. Sixbey.

Auditing of Accounts of Student Organizations: Dr.
Huelster (Chairman) and Mr. Spaeth.

Vocational Guidance: Dr. Kinsman (Chairman), Dr.
Bentley, Dr. Ferguson, Mr. Varrelman, and Dr. Jack-
son.



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College Preachers

1932-1933

Sept. 21 Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes, Resident Bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal Church

Sept. 28 Rev. James Shera Montgomery, Pastor of Met-
ropolitan Methodist Church

Oct. 5 Rev. Frederick Brown Harris, Pastor of
Foundry Methodist Church

Oct. 12 Rev. J. Russell Clinchy, Pastor of Mt. Pleasant
Congregational Church

Oct. 16 Rev. Frank S. Niles, Pastor of Georgetown
Presbyterian Church

Oct. IS) Rev. Charles T. Warner, Rector of St. Albans
Parish

Oct. 26 Rev. William S. Abernethy, Pastor of Calvary
Baptist Church

Nov. 2 Rev. Frederick W. Perkins, Pastor of National
Universalist Memorial Church

Nov. 9 Bishop William Fraser McDowell, Bishop of
the Methodist Episcopal Church, Retired

Nov. 16 Rev. Joseph Sizoo, Pastor of New York Avenue
Presbyterian Church

Nov. 23 Rev. J. J. Rives, Pastor of Emory Methodist
Church South

Nov. 30 Rev. Allan Stockdale, Pastor of the First Con-
gregational Church

Dec. 7 Rev. J. Hillman Hollister, Pastor of Chevy
Chase Presbyterian Church

Dec. 14 Rev. Fred Reynolds, Pastor of Grace Methodist
Church, Baltimore, Md.

Jan. 4 Rev. Vernon N. Ridgely, Pastor of Calvary
Methodist Church

Jan. 11 Rev. H. W. Burgan, Pastor of Hamline Metho-
dist Church

Jan. 18 Rev. Carl C. Rasmussen, Pastor of Luther Place
Memorial Church



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Feb. 8 Rev. H. W. Snyder, Pastor of St. Paul's Luther-
an Church

Feb. 15 Rev. Albert E. Day, Pastor of Mt. Vernon
Methodist Church, Baltimore, Md.

Mar. 1 Dr. Arlo Ayres Brown, President of Drew
University

Mar. 8 Principal Howard Davis, Bucksport Seminary,
Bucksport, Maine

Mar. 15 Rev. B. W. Meeks, District Superintendent of
the Methodist Episcopal Church

Mar. 22 Rev. Forney Hutchison, Pastor of Mt. Vernon
Place Methodist Church South

Mar. 29 Rev. A. J. McCartney, Pastor of Covenant-First
Presbyterian Church

Apr. 5 Rev. Mark Depp, Pastor of St. Mark's Methodist
Church, Baltimore, Md.

Apr. 26 Rev. Robert L. Wood, Pastor of Epworth Metho-
dist Church

May 3 The Right Reverend James E. Freeman, Bishop
of Washington

May 10 Rev. U. G. B. Pierce, Pastor of the Unitarian
Church

May 17 Rev. John C. Millian, Director of Religious Ed-
ucation of the Baltimore Conference of the
Methodist Church



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Entertainments, Concerts, Etc.



His Excellency the Ambassador from Germany

— Chapel address
Prof. E. Kuhnemann — Chapel address on Goethe
Men's Debate — Rutger's University
Women's Guild Reception

Dr. Frederick Brown Harris — Chapel address
Science Department Show
Illustrated Lecture on Chesapeake and Potomac

Telephone Co. — Chapel
Mr. V. L. Granville — Recital


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