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Grange First Church — during which time he
was moderator of Atlanta Presbytery. Earlier,
he served churches in Greenville and Saltillo,



Miss. He and wife Helen and two children
now live at 525 E. 46th Street.

The Rev. John Donald Fowler "61 is
pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of
Ware Shoals, S. C. He has now been in the
ministry almost 13 years, serving South
Carolina churches in Joanna. Ridgeway and
Timmonsville before going to Ware Shoals.
He was moderator of Pee Dee Presbytery
in 1972.

Kenneth O. Nix '61 is an attorney in the
firm of Nix and Scoggins of Smyrna, Ga.,
and an active participant in the civic and
religious life of his community. He was
elected to the Georgia General Assembly in
1972 and the next year was named Cobb
County "young man of the year." He also
has served as a teacher and chairman of the
board of stewards of his Methodist Church.
His wife is the former Charlene Scroggs,
and they live with their five children at 3878
Manson Avenue SW.

Dr. Rohe N. Eshbaugh '61 is engaged in
private practice as a clinical psychologist
with offices in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He
has been situated here for the past six years
after being the chief psychologist and di-
rector of youth services at the Southwest
Mental Health Center (1969-711 and prior
to that the supervising psychologist with
the Camarillo State Hospital in California.
He and wife Betty and two children live at
4225 Senna Drive.

The Rev. Paul A. Layton '62 has been
minister of the Mt. Airy (NC) First Presby-
terian Church since 1971. Prior to that, he
spent five years with the Monticello (Ga.)
Church. He and wife Harriet and two chil-
dren live at 105 Grace Street.

L. Troy Nobles '62 is now in his 11th year
as principal of the Leavelle McCampbell
High School in Graniteville, S. C. He earned
his master's from Western Carolina Univer-
sity. An active church officer, he and wife



Jeanene and family make their home at 413
Laurel Drive.

The Rev. Roe M. Callaway, Jr., '63 has

just accepted a call to be minister of the
Valdosta (Ga.) First Presbyterian Church
after spending the past six years as associate
pastor of the Decatur (Ga.) Church. He is
completing his doctoral studies at Columbia
Seminary. His wife is the former Paula
Smith, and they have two daughters.

Eugene Goodwyn '63 for the past several
years has been teaching mathematics and
coaching tennis at Seneca (SCI High School.
He makes his home in nearby Richland,
S. C. Prior to going to Seneca, he taught
in the Atlanta public school system and has
been involved in the doctoral degree pro-
gram at the University of Georgia.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Whitfield
(Whit) Jordan IV '63 of Greenville, S. C—
a daughter, Louisa Covington — on Decem-
ber 22. 1976. He is president of the Dixie
Packing Company. Address, 101 Woodland
Way.

Sam Rochester '63 and wife of Walhalla,
S. C, in December announced the adoption
of a 3'/2 -month-old son, Sam Bruce Roches-
ter III. Alumnus Sam is affiliated in the real
estate business there.

The Rev. \Y. Wirt Skinner '63 is now in
his third year as minister of the Grand
Avenue Presbyterian Church of Sherman,
Tex. He went there in 1974 from the pulpit
of Fort Worth's St. Giles Church, and prior
to that he served the First Church in Cam-
eron, Tex. He and wife Torpy and daughter
live at 1203 N. Cleveland Street.

Born — to Mrs. Marilou Ashe Blackburn
and J. Everett Blackburn '64 of Durham,
N. C. — a second son, James Scott — on Oc-
tober 10, 1976. Young Scott had the dis-
tinction of being the first baby born in the
new Durham County Hospital. Address:
1522 Imperial Road.



Allen Morris Inducted into N. C. Tennis Hall of Fame

Allen Morris '56, PC's highest ranked tennis star and now a Greensboro textile
executive, last fall was inducted into the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame.

Since settling after graduation in the Tar Heel state, he has won more North Carolina
men's singles championships than anyone else: a total of seven, including five in a row,
and enough to retire two state trophies.

But PC fans remember Allen Morris best as the man who dominated intercollegiate
play in the South and. while still a Blue Hose player, advanced to the quarterfinals at
Wimbledon. An alternate member of the US Davis Cup team, he achieved the national
rank of 16 in singles and 6 in doubles.

He is now vice-president for personnel with Texfi Industries. Address: 607 Elm-
wood Drive.



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(apt. Edward E. Galloway '64 presently
serves as a US Air Force chaplain at Iraklion
Air Station, Crete. He was assigned there
last summer after being at Tyndall AFB, Fla.

Marshall G. Jones '64 has been named
manager of Xerox Corporation's branch
office in Mountainside. N. J., and lives with
his wife -the former Tracy Jennings '63 —
and four children at 17 Meadow Brook
Road, Randolph. N. J. He previously was
sales operations manager for the company's
northeast region, an area embracing New
England, New York, New Jersey, parts of
Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico.

Married — Sidney Lackey Hicks of Ashe-
ville, N. C, to George Wiggins Davenport
■65 of Greer. S. C. on August 15, 1976.
They are living at 100 Randall St.. Greer,
where he is president of D & D Motors.

Edwin W. Sillars '64 is manufacturing
representative for Wyeth Laboratories, a
firm with which he has been connected since
graduating from PC. He married the former
Carolyn Fox, and they have two children.
Address: 2259 Laurel Grove Lane W, Orange
Park. Fla.

1965-67

The Rev. Gene F. Couch '65, a Methodist
minister serving with the South Carolina
Annual Conference, is presently situated in
Ridgeland, S. C. (PO Box 550). He graduated
with honors and a MDiv degree from Cand-
ler School of Theology. He and wife Caroline
have two daughters.

Benny David Hurley '65 is vice-president
of the People's Bank of Winder. Ga.. where
he lives with wife Emily and three children
at 612 North Avenue. He also serves as a
Presbyterian elder.

Gary Mike Smith '65 teaches history and
coaches football, track and baseball at Le-
Jeune High School, Camp LeJeune, N. C.
He and his family live in nearby Jackson-
ville, N. C, at 810 Littlejohn Avenue.

Garnet Welch '65 of North Augusta, S. C.
is serving this year as president of the Men's
Council of the Synod of the Southeast. He
gave an effective talk before the Synod's
annual stated session last May. He and wife
Linda and three children live at 1835 Roan
Avenue.

James Tyrus Darby, Jr. '66 is a business
consultant with Goat Island Enterprises near
Summerton, S. C. (Box 143), a position he
has held since 1973. Prior to that he was
executive director of the Santee Water RPC
after two years as a bio-chemist with the
South Carolina Water Resources Commis-
sion. He earned his MS from Clemson. An
active Methodist Church officer, Darby
serves as vice-chairman of the board. He
and his wife — the former Anne Davis — have
three children, the youngest being son Dan-
iel, born last June 4.

Mrs. Amelia Nichols Schumaier '66 for
the past two years has been an analyst on
the staff of East Tennessee State University
in Johnson City. Tenn. (Route 2, Box 219).
She previously was a mathematics instructor
at Steed College after receiving her master's
from Clemson. She married Dr. Daniel R.
Schumaier last October 2.

The Rev. Daniel M. Taylor, Jr. '66 has
just moved to Daytona Beach, Fla., to be-
come minister of the Southminster Presby-
terian Church. The past several years he
spent as associate minister of the First
Church of Lexington, Ky.

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William Eugene (Gene) Bowie '67. on the

stall of the South Carolina Vocational Re-
habilitation, is president of the South Caro-
lina chapter of the National Rehabilitation
Counselors Association and a director of
the eight-state Southeastern Regional Re-
habilitation Counselors Association. He and
his family live at 2311 Locust Road.

Born — to Mrs. Mary Williams Glover and
John N. Glover '67 of Columbia, S. C— a
second son. James William (Jay) — on June
9. 1976. Glover, who earned his MBA at
the University of South Carolina last August,
is with the South Carolina National Corpo-
ration as assistant treasurer in charge of
the commercial paper operation. Address:
1636 Luster Lane.

The Rev. Michael L. McGehee '67 recently
accepted the pastorate of Faith Presbyterian
Church in Tallahassee, Fla., after serving as
pastor of the Columbia (SC) Westminster
Church. New address: 1122 Mercer Drive.

Born — to Mrs. Maria King Reid and
G. Alfred Reid, Jr. '67 of Clinton — a son
and second child, George Alfred III — on
July 24. 1976. Reid operates a construction
company.

Born — to Mrs. Gail Smith and Dr. Henry
McCord (Mac) Smith '67 of Chapel Hill,
N. C. — a daughter, Sarah McCord — on
Ma) 12. 1976. Address: Route 3, Box 261.

1968-69

Married — Linda Riley to Wilburn Asbury,
Jr. '68 of Columbia. S. C, on February 12.
1977. He is in sales and they reside at 104
Garden Path.

Born — to Mrs. Rita Deaver and Robert E.
Deaver '68 of Hickory. N. C. — a daughter,
Lindsay Carol — on June 30. 1976. Address:
Route 11, Box 214.

Born — to Mrs. Frances Hopkins Dunlap
and Dr. Joseph W. Dunlap, Jr. '68 of Mem-
phis, Tenn. — a second son. Jonathan Hopkins
— on September 8, 1976. Dunlap is now in
his first year of residency in general surgery
at Methodist Hospital, after which he will
serve a three-year residency in orthopedic
surgery at Campbell Clinic there. Address:
1732 Tutwiler Avenue.

Michael Luke '68 is president of Olan H.
Luke, Inc., in Valdosta, Ga., where he and
wife Floye live with their two sons at 1202
Lake Drive. He is a director and first vice-
president of the Menswear Retailers of
Georgia.

The Rev. John K. McCallum, Jr. '68 last
fall became minister of the Allison Creek
Presbyterian Church, York, S. C. (Route 2,
Box 192-B). He moved to this charge from
his position as associate minister of the South




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Carr '62



Jacksonville (Fla.) Church. His family now
includes two sons and a daughter.

Born — to Mrs. Frances Robbins McDonald
and the Rev. David McDonald '68 of Clover,
S. C. — a second child and first son, Todd
David — on October 19, 1976. McDonald is
pastor of the Oakdale Presbyterian Church.

Charles W. Weston '68 is president of
Pioneer Fence Company, with offices in
Greenville, Charleston and Columbia, S. C.
His wife, the former Sue Myers '69, holds
the position of director of education and
prevention with the Mid-Carolina Council
on Alcoholism. Address: 4110 MacGregor
Drive. Columbia.

Shepherd R. Marsh '68 is an officer with
the American Federal Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation of Macon. Ga., a firm with which he
has been associated since 1972 after two
years with the Citizens & Southern National
Bank. He and wife Suzanne live at 534
Marjorie Place.

John G. R. Bankhead '69 recently became
affiliated with the Tobacco Commission and
lives at 6490 King Louis Drive, Alexandria,
Va.

Mrs. Carol Allen Davis '69 is a special
education teacher at Whitten Village. She
has taught at this state institution for men-
tally retarded children since finishing PC
and also has earned her master's degree from
Clemson University. She lives at 403 Florida
Street, Clinton.

Dr. Dan Eckstein '69 this fall became an
assistant professor in the area of behavioral
sciences at Louisiana Technical University in
Rushton. He moved there from Virginia
Intermont College, where he was director
of educational development. He is co-author
of a recent book The ABC's of Classroom
Discipline.

William N. Elebash '69 operates a jewelry
business in Pensacola, Fla., where he and
family live at 3715 Piedmont Road.

Born — to Mrs. Martha Ann DuBose Green
'69 and Charles R. Green of Clinton — a
second son, Richards Haskell — on October
14. 1976.



Dick Carr '62 Heads Textile Plant in Augusta

Richard W. Carr, Jr. '62 last month assumed direction of Spartan Mills' King
Division in Augusta. Ga., as vice-president and general manager of that textile manu-
facturing company.

An executive with Spartan Mills since finishing PC, he was assistant plant super-
intendent of the Spartanburg, S. C operation. He also has been active in civic affairs
there and as a Presbyterian Church officer. Carr and wife Bonnie and three children
are making their new Augusta home at 703 Ravenel Road.




Sellars '64



Loeble '65



Born — to Mrs. Marianne Boylston Lassiter
"71 and E. G. Lassiter III '69 of Stone Moun-
tain, Ga. — a son, Richard Gray — on March
11. 1976. Lassiter is with the London
Agency of Atlanta, affiliated with Crum &
Forster Insurance Companies, and recently
received his CPCU designation. Address:
815 Dunleith Court, Stone Mountain.

Mike LeFever '69 received his MPA degree
from the University of South Carolina in
December and has announced his engage-
ment to Mary Hutchens of Sumter, S. C. A
June wedding is planned. His new address
in Columbia is 3133 Chinaberry Drive.

Hunter Ramseur '69 is a director of re-
habilitation with the Georgia Department of
Human Resources and lives at 863 Hearth-
stone, Stone Mountain.

James I. Roberts '69 is now practicing law
in Elberton, Ga., where he and his wife, the
former Barbara Hogan '72. live on Oak
Street. He previously served as probation
officer for Fulton County, in which Atlanta
is situated.

The Rev. Michael Simons '69 last fall
became pastor of the Ha (Ga.) Baptist
Church after serving as associate pastor and
minister of youth with the First Church of
Fort Myers, Fla., for more than two years.
Address: Box 168.

1970

Born — to Mrs. Judith Stirling Bomar '72
and H. Leland Bomar III '70 of Spartanburg,
S. C. — a son and first child, James Stirling —
on August 3, 1976. Leland is an attorney
with the law firm of Holcombe, Bomar.
Cureton & Wynn, and the family resides
at 613 Norwood Street.

Belated congratulations are extended to
Mrs. Susan Holder Colvin and Ronald H.
Colvin '70 of Spartanburg, S. C on the
adoption of little Susan Holland (Holly) who
was born on May 25, 1976. They recently
moved to Spartanburg where Ron has joined
the law firm of Williams and Williams. New
address: 117 Pineville Road.



Mrs. Jean Glover Clark '70 is enjoying a
two-year stay in Bandung, Indonesia, while
husband Peter, an engineer with Binnie &
Partners, works on an irrigation project for
the Indonesian government.

Married — Mary Patricia Baker of Hender-
son. Ky., to William Cleveland Dobbins '70
of Greenville. S. C, on September 4. 1976.
They now live in Frankfort, Ky., where both
are employed by the State of Kentucky in
disability determination. He received his
master's degree in disability evaluation from
the University of Tennessee.

Robert A. Gustafson '70 is a sales repre-
sentative with the Ivan Allen Company in
hometown Atlanta, where he also takes an
active part as an officer of the Peachtree
Preshwerian Church.

Married — Elizabeth Matthews of Nichol-
son. Ga.. to John Jackson '70, on December
18. 1976. He is completing graduate study
in architecture at Clemson University. Ad-
dress: 1 15-B Dove Circle. Clemson.

John W. Lewis, Jr. '70 is a young executive
with Duke Power Company in Charlotte.
N. C. His address there is 4741 Hedgemore
Drive. Apt. 5-P.

Born — to Mrs. Dianne Mayo Quillen 70
and Richard T. Quillen '68 of Old Hickory,
Tenn. — a second son, Bradley Thomas — on
August 12. 1976. Their first son, Travis, is
now 3 years old. Richard was recently pro-
moted to assistant terminal manager in the
Nashville office of Roadway Express. Inc.
Address: 205 Matterhorn Drive.

John C. Shackelford. Jr. '70 recently re-
ceived a BS degree in computer science from
the University of South Carolina, and wife
Sharon Connell Shackelford '70 completed
requirements for a master's in early child-
hood education. John and Sherry and their
young daughter, Ansley Connell. are now
living in Alexandria, Va., at 8204 Chancery
Court.

Born — to Mrs. Beth Stanford and John O.
Stanford '70 of Atlanta — a son, John Oatley,
Jr.— on August 10. 1976.

1971

Sam F. Broughton, Jr. "71 received his
PhD degree in psychology from the Univer-
sity of Georgia last August, specializing in
educational and school psychology with an
emphasis on childhood learning and be-
havior disorders and applied behavior analy-
sis. He has published several research re-
ports, and was named a Zimmer Scholar for
outstanding work and research. He is now
a member of the faculty at Southeast Mis-
souri State University at Cape Girardeau,
and he and wife Jean reside at 2104 Notting-
ham Drive.



Loeble Elected to Toastmasters International Board

William D. Loeble '65 of Columbia, S. C recently was elected to the board of
directors of Toastmasters International — one of 16 such directors of the communication
and leadership education organization which has more than 3,000 clubs and 60,000
members in this cotmtry and abroad.

A marketing representative for Uniroyal Inc. in Winnsboro, Loeble lives with wife
Diane and son at 6901. Columbia, and serves actively as a Presbyterian elder and
clerk of session.



Born — to Mrs. Georgette Wright Fallow
'74 and Grady A. Fallow '71 of Laurens,
S. C. — a son and first child, Lawrence
Alexander — on September 20. 1976. He is
employed as specifications engineer at the
3M Company, and they reside at 311 Acad-
emy Street.

F. Madison (Mat) Hough, Jr. '71 of Lan-
caster, S. C is a member of the faculty at
South Junior High School, teaching 8th
grade English. He received his master's
degree from Winthrop College. He also is
an elected member of the Lancaster County
Delegate Assembly in the South Carolina
Education Association.

Friends of Mrs. Becky Birdsong Hudson
'71 and L. David Hudson, Jr. '69 of Macon,
Ga., were saddened to learn of the death
of their 17-month-oId daughter. Kristin
Elaine, on January 13. 1977, following sur-
gery for correction of a congenital heart
defect at Atlanta's Emory University Hos-
pital. Address: 3022 Tiffin Circle.

G. Patrick Phillips '71 recently was pro-
moted to assistant vice-president at North
Carolina National Bank in Charlotte, where
he is an account officer in the national di-
vision. Pat joined NCNB in 1973 as a credit
analyst after receiving his MBA from the
University of Virginia. He and wife Debo-
rah live at 4810 Fairheath Road.

Born — to Mrs. Laura McLean Powell '71
and James H. Powell '68 of Marietta, Ga. —
a daughter and second child, Kelly Anne —
on October 3, 1976. Laura is a housewife
while husband Jim is a banker with Georgia
Trust Company. Address: 1579 Bellechase
Drive, S.W.

Carroll W. Rush '71 is serving a one-year
internship with Ashland Chemical Company
in Saint Cloud, France, while working toward
a master's degree in international business
at the University of South Carolina. Ad-
dress: c/o Ashland Chemical Company, 104
Bureaux de la Colline. 92213 Saint Cloud,
France.

Born — to Mrs. Cynthia Wilson Spurlin
and Capt. Lynn V. Spurlin "71 of Fort Camp-
bell. Ky. — a son. Ashley Charles — on De-
cember 10. 1976. They also have an 8-year-
old daughter, Wendy. Lynn was assigned
to Fort Campbell after a three-year tour of
duty in Germany. The family resides at
7393-B Gardner Hills.

Charles E. (Neddy) Stoddard, Jr. '71 is
employed as special education teacher and
football coach at Laurens, S. C, Junior High
School after working as recreation director
for the City of Simpsonville for several
years. He and wife Karen and young child
reside at Route 3. Gray Court.

1972

F. William Dotger III '72 is now pastor
of Salem Presbyterian Church in Chinquapin,
N. C. after completing his studies at Union
Theological Seminary. He and his wife, the
former Sallie Stakely '71, may be addressed
at Route 1. Box 60-A.

Married — Olivia Starr Horton '72 to Lau-
rence Allen Deets. both of Miami. Fla., on
July 31, 1976. They are making their home
in Miami, at 7900 S. W. 145th Ave., and
Livy is employed by Southeastern Banking
Corporation as an auditor.

John Ben Jones III '72 is practicing law
in West Point. Ga.. after receiving his JD
degree from Samford University's Cumber-

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Sam Green '73 Acts with National Shakespeare Company

Sam Green '73 is now a professional actor and member of the National Shakespeare
Company, which tours annually to various sections of the country for performances
before college and university audiences. His former PC professor. Dale Rains, saw him
in Twelfth Night at South Carolina State College last month and praised his work.

After finishing PC, Green earned his master of fine arts degree at the University of
Georgia and then had some experience in off-Broadway productions in New York City.



land School of Law. New address: 1318
4th Avenue.

Steven N. Lentz 72 has been named vice-
president of Lentz Brokerage, Inc., in home-
town Charlotte. N. C. Prior to joining the
family business, he was employed by South
Carolina National Bank in Columbia. His
wife, the former Susan Irwin '72, is a case-
worker with Mecklenburg County Depart-
ment of Social Services. Address: 617 Ebb
Place.

Ross M. (Buddy) Lindsay '72 recently
joined the firm of Chasteen, Johnston &
West, as a certified public accountant, in
Myrtle Beach, S. C. He and wife Joanie
live at Porcher Villa #12. 5508 Porcher
Avenue.

Craig S. McKenzie '72 is now a member
of the faculty at Lakeview Academy in
Gainesville. Ga., and is an active PC re-
cruiter among his students there. His wife,
the former Cheryl Lunceford '72, serves as
head librarian at Brenau College, having
received her MSLS degree from Emory
University. They reside at 1246 Parkhill
Drive.

Married — Julia Linden Robertson '72 of
Anderson, S. C, to Raymond Michael Hagg
of Pitman. N. J., on December 28, 1976.
They are making their home in Pitman,
where he is associated with Washington
Township school system. Before marriage.
Julia was employed as librarian in Anderson
County schools after receiving her master's
in library science from Winthrop College.
New address: 632 Lincoln Avenue, Holly-
court South.

Richard G. Whiting 72 and Mrs. Carolyn
Brown Whiting '72 of Miami, Fla., are at-
tending Florida International University — he
is working on his MBA and she is working
toward a degree in music. Richard is vice-
president of Frontier Freight Forwarders,
Inc., and Carolyn is a stewardess with
Delta Airlines. Their address: 1542 Malaga
Avenue.

Born — to Mrs. Sara Jackson Woodside
and John P. Woodside '72 of Clinton — a
daughter and first child, Emily Bonner — on
November 15, 1976. John is employed at
Whitten Village, and the family lives at 305
Woodrow Street.

1973

Married — Lynn Coleen Cordes '73 of
Atlanta to Samuel Horace McCall III '71

of Troy, N. C, on November 27, 1976. They
now live in Troy, at 937 North Main Street,
where Sam is in the mobile home and real
estate business and Lynn is teaching in the
public school.

J. Allen Crenshaw '73 is vice-president of
Walter Lee Builders in Central, S. C. Ad-
dress: Route 2, Box 248-A1.

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Married — Betty Ann Cook of Simpson-
ville, S. C, to Junius Henry Garrison III '73

of Greenville, S. C, on August 7, 1976. He
is property manager for Furman Realty
Company, and they are living at 313 Trails
End, Greenville. Garrison has just been
awarded the designation of Certified Property
Manager by the Institute of Real Estate
Management of the National Association of
Realtors — recognizing him as being pro-
fessionally qualified in the field.

Married — Debra Ann Smith of Green-
ville, S. C. to Steven Darryl Jabaley 73 of
LaGrange, Ga., on December 11, 1976.
They are making their home in Augusta,
Ga., where "Chip" is a student at the Medi-
cal College.

Harvey M. Jones, Jr. '73 is now employed
as personnel director at Wholesome Foods
in Atlanta. Address: 4560 E. Ponce DeLeon
Ave., Apt. 41-1, Clarkston, Ga.

Married — Karen Sue Milano of Denver,
Colo., to John Stephen King '73 of Greer,
S. C, on June 18, 1976. They are living at
1062 S. Dahlia, Apt. 31-D, Denver, and
Steve is working with the Young Men's
Christian Association there.

Norman C. Melvin '73 recently was
awarded a master's degree in botany from
Clemson University and now is working
toward a PhD at Miami University in Ox-
ford. Ohio. His address there is 317 W.
Vine Street.

Married — Susan D. Roberts of Smyrna,
Ga., to P. Jay Rogers III '73 of Decatur,
Ga., on May 15, 1976. They are making
their home at 2005 Mercer Road, Smyrna,
and he is employed as credit manager with


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