Savona Central High School - Anovas Yearbook (Savona, NY)

 - Class of 1951

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LIBPI 2 X k-X i X., 31' DEDICATIDN In appreciation for his inspiring and helpful guidance glven to us, we, the members of this yearbook staff wish to dedicate to Mr McLoughlin, our many thanks and the 1951 edition of the ANOVAS YEARBOOK STAFF Faculty Advisor Ed1t0P Ass't Ed1tOT AdVSIt1S1Hg Sales Year Book Sales Sports Editor Literary Editor Ass't Literary Edltor Typists Lass Harper Carollne lallke Irene Strzepek Dorothy Taylor Donna White Emil Bedner Leonard Breuer hary Nichols P8tT1Ci8 Dusenberry Joyce Higbie , X 5 ff x film Business manager : . . . :Frances Strzepek 4 I I. fy M , FACULMI Q' Seated Vanheuren, Andrews, Harper, Napolltan, spencer Standing Haines, Clark, Adler, Nadeau, York Wellman, Day, Jackson Beauter, KhO1l, Clark, Connell, McLoughlin Absent Bradshaw, Helm, Love KR RICHARD BEAUTER Ithaca State Teachers Ithaca, New York MR 'RANCIS BRADSHAW B S hansfield State Mansfield, Pennsylvanla MR RAYLOND CONNELL B S Cortland State Cortland, New York M S CEORGIANA DAY Teacher Tralnlng Class Geneseo State Teachers Geneseo, New York MR CARL KNOLL B S Buffalo State Buffalo, New York 6 HY 9,1 zrff 'W MRS DOROTHY LOVE Cornlng Hospital Corning, New York M SS THERESA NAPOLITAN B S Mansfield State Lansfleld, Pennsylvania MRS MARJORIE SPENCER B S Cortland State Cortland, New York MRS ELEANOR YORY B S U of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin M S MARY ANNA HELM B S Fredonia State Fredonia, New York i 2 , I ' . ..!" , ' - 6f', I . ,1,f ' N. 4, 5 '17 fu ff 0 A IBIS. in Physical Ed. Registered Nurse a J o L SENIOR CLASS Row 1 Mary Nlchols, Patricia Dusenberry, Rosalyn Switzer, Joyce Higbie, Dorothy Taylor, Caroline Walike, Frances Strzepek, Marcia Strait Row 2 Clarence Morehouse, Douglas McLoughlin, Roland French, Emil Row 3 Robert Reed, Leonard Breuer, Wdward Robie CLASS OFFICURS President Emil Bedner Vice President Rosalyn Switzer Secretary Edward Hobie Treasurer Clarence Morehouse Class Advisor Mr Bradshaw qi NNNQ-LSL, We have had a very exciting year as seniors and wish good fortune on to the lower classes Amon? our 1950 Sl activities, the most successful were annual Senior Play Senior Fair, Minstrel Show, and our candy sales Our trip to New York City proved worthwhile and was enjoyed by every member of the class Marcia Strait was chosen a new member of the cheerleadinv squad and Caroline Walike dropped out because of an injury Frances Strzepea stayed on S8PV1Hg four years as a cheerleader Emil Bedner, Leonard Breuer, Clarence rorehouse, Vdward Robie, and Robert Reed received letter avards for sports . , g F 'N 1 . ' L SOO! ,. S X r E ef f , A C S A A r Y , 4F'N I I 7 ,, . C y S I .f . Bedner, Warren Faucett, Mr. Clark. H . , ..... . 3,, g 'v-:xg I '46 Th 5 J - . : , , . . A C Q , - 0 . . BEDNER, EIIL Pres 2 h, Treas 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 2 3 3 Soccer 3 3 Football 1, 23 Volleyball 1, Senior Play b3 Minstrel Show 33 Badmitton 23 Inkspot 3 Yearbook Sports Bd hs King 33 Track 1 2 3 BREUER, LEONARD Soccer 3 , Volleyball 3 M, Ping Pong 3 Track h, King Att 3, Senior Play linstrel Show 3, Inkspot M, Year Book 3 Literary Club Vice Pres h DUSENBERRY, PATRICIA Literary Club 1, Chorus 1, 2 3 Operetta 2, M3 Spring Concert 2, 33 Track 13 Inkspot lj Features M3 N8oeoer 33 Minstrel Show 33 Year Book M3 Comm Usher 13 Girls Quartet 33 Girls Trio M FAUCBTT, WARREN Ind. Arts Club 33 Inkspot h3 Year Book 3 'ii' . , 'I I 'fi . lu hi 3 ls I M. 5 U I Pres. 1, 3' Baseball by Basketball 3, M3 gli .1 L' I I ' M. 9 uf . ' I ' M .ligr ' n s ul ,J3!J.M . . M , s nf. ,J it , lv" fr' ,ble HIGBIE, JOYCE Literary Club lg Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 2 Spring Concert 2, Track l, Ink Spot Lit Ed h, Soccer 1 3, Basketball 1 Minstrel Show 3, Senior Play , Year Book LL, Comm Usher l MOREHOUSE, CLARENCE Soccer 3 , Year Book , Inkspot Treasurer , Track 3 7 - v ' ' 1 ' h. 5 4 if d' ' Baseball 1 2, hp Basketball l, 2, 3, by , hu- uf l ' FRENCH , Romwm Senior Play 14, Basketball l, 2, Year Book 14,3 Inkspot , Ind Arts Club l, 2, 3 MCLOUGHLIN, DOUGLAS Minstrel Show 3, Senior Play Literary Club 3, Year Book, Inkspot In Arts l 2 3 King Att Operetta 1, Christmas Pagent 3 NICHOLS, MARY Literary Club 1 3 M, Chorus l 3 Softball 2, Spring Concert 3, Track 1, 3 Inkspot M, Soccer 3, Bowling 2, Minstrel Show 3 Senior Play M, Year Book REED, ROBERT Soccer 3 , Track 3 , Basketball 3 Baseball M Volleyball 3 M Ping Pong 3 , Badminton 3 , Minstrel Show 3, Senior Play M Year Book M Inkspot ROBIV, EDWARD Basketball 1, 2, 3 M, Year Book M Inkspot M, Secretary , Ind Arts Club 2 3 f STRAIT, MARCIA Senior Play M, Minstrel Shpv 3 Chorus l, 2, 3 M, Band 3 M, Literary Club 1, 2, 3 , Yearbook M Inkspot M Queen Att 3, Operetta 2, Track 1, 2, 3 Cheerleading , Sprin Concert 1, 2, 3 N Y 8 S M A 3, E W MW i 0J,9 any srazfvv , FQAWC J reas 1 2 c Cho us erarj Club 1, 2 5 , T ck , , Cheerleading 1, 2 3 , Basketball 3, , Ooeretta 2 W 5 ot Ar Ed Queen Att 3, Softlal Soccer 3 Year Book Bus Mgr or Play L Comm Lsher 3 MV LM' ,P ...P SWITZER, ROSALYN Literary Club 1, Secretary 3, Vice Pres h Chorus 3 Spring Concert 3 Track l, 2 3, Inkspot , Soccer 3 Year Book yy JY' TAYTOR, DOQO 1Y Literary Club l M, Chorus l 2 Sprinv Concert 3, Track l, 2, Inkspot , Year Book , Basketball 2 Minstrel Show 3, Senior Play WALIKE, CAROLINE Pres l Llterar Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary Chorus 1, 2, 3 , Cheerleading l, 2 Operetta 2 Spring Concert 2, 3, Track 2 Public Soeakinz 3 Inkspot 3, Editor u Soccer 3, Basketball 2 3, Christmas Pagent 3, Senior Play Year Book Vditor Comm Usher 1, 2, 3, Queen 3 1 . 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I 1 3 , ' - fa: A hs JUNIOR CLASS qv, vo SN Row 1 Rose Groves, Anna Wolverton, Donna White, Delcye Ferguson, Betty Nichols, Grace Brown Row 2 Henry Morse, Charles Tobias, Helen Zemak, Irene Strzepek James Grimaldi, Dennis LeGro, Mr Beauter CLASS OFFICERS President Anna Wolverton Vice President Donna White Treasurer Irene Strzepek Secretary Helen Zemak Class Advisor Mr Beauter The first big event for the junior class this year was the arrival of our class rings from the Josten Company in Minnesota We have held many activitiasto raise money for our Senior trip The annual Junior Prom was held in May Reporters for the school newspaper were Irene Straepek and Denny LeGro Irene Strzepek was treasurer of the Literary Club and Betty Nichols was on the Library committee Donna White is Sales Manaver of the Year Book and Irene Strzepek is Assistant Editor Charles Tobias and James Grimaldi were on the track, soccer, and basketball teams We are lookinv forward to an enjoyable senior year C 15 , Q f . . ' Q , K V ' IX. 0 V' ' . . ,X J, "' we-f, kril. xl',.,' . ' I . . ........... -. .- .... . ... . .. .. 0 l Q O Q .J I O Q e CLASS Q f if Row 1 Shirley Mulliken, Pauline 114 I Ames, Evelyn Rouse, Cecilia Hale, Betty Daningburg, Stuart Davidson. Row 2 Wilhelmina Jones, Kay Vanderhoff, Beulah Morse, Beverly Buck, Bertha Pierson, Virginia Ware. Row 3 Miss Harper, Richard Timken, John Buck, Joseph lalike, Ronald Sim onds. CLASS OFFICERS President. .... . . . . . . . Richard Timken Vice President . . . Shirley Mulliken Secretary. . . . . lilhelmins Jones Treasurer .... . . Beverly Buck Class Advisor. . . . Miss Harper The year 1950-51 has been a busy and happy one for the sophomore class. From our class Pauline Campbell, Carole Ames, and lilhelmins Jones, are Cheerleaders. The boys from the class that made the teams are John Buck, Joe lalike, Stuart Davidson, Richard Timken, llnsger. During the year we have increased our treasury by sponsoring bingo parties, movies, and raffles. Reporters for the school newspaper, 'The Ink Spot,' from our class are Joe Walike and Cecilia Hale. Cecilia is also.v1ce president of the Literary Club, while Carole Ames holds the position of secretary. Q l f4f 54142 'x 1,524 6"-Z2 FRESHMAN CLASS as J r- Row 1 ichols, Loretta Johnson, Barbara Feehan, Dolores , Gail Lewis, Ethel Drehmer, Jay Fisk Row 2 Betty underman, Shirley Bennett, Lois Thompson, Crystal Hough, Lois S rait, Carol Holmes, Miss Napolitan Row 3 Artie eters, Clarence Southwick, Henry Hobie, Martin Kellogg, John Merrill. CLASS OFFICERS President .... . Martin Kellogg Vice President. . . Shirley Bennett Secretary . . . . Lois Thompson Treasurer . . . . Roger Peters Class Advisor . . . Miss Napolitan This year has been a very exciting one for the freshman olsss. We have put on skating parties, dances, and raffles to raise money for our senior trip. From our class Dolores Polaski was chosen as one of the cheerleaders. Jay Fisk, Clarence Southwick, Roger Peters, Martin Kellogg, and John Merrill are on the Jr. High basketball team. Henry Robie is on the varsity squad. The reporters for nThe Ink Spotn are Martin Kellogg and Lois Thompson. A ,V X +C! 1 f ' X Y vj lj i ' . " , 'N J Wk If gf ,I .,, jifx .2 r,x W , ,H 'ga yi Q 5-3 x , . ','.y ,. L, 4 Y - . , g Y, :Xti .Y.x A-azlkgxfi 1 ' ' - ' mx ' f ' 7-,g ri, ,H KX f' ,QL I4 n 4 J' P57 ,lk 6 L 3 .D - . ,i M , 7' .59 ' .Q g, .A, ' ff in g .Hg . t , X .Y :Wg 4 N A , . G t . P x L JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL xv' '- -5. 'Jn ow Wow w Y 141119-J LJVL, LCECFS, Q Q , bt'1J'p'P, O' x. o JLUIC.. I' un, Si rson bpra 'e, Peters, Loroint klarbou, Le or, urpV llls Jwseg. 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R 'mem ty. - ' A u,f nw . -99 I gr ,lx 11" acl 'JA to . 0 g "" A . , 1 1 I . O I o 3 ' l I I , , ' 1 L a I 4 'N 144 "O ' 0 I ' ' ' Y 4 'I I . V. I n A 3 Lf B g .J vj 'W .l,1u: 7 .pn- . x xl .H Z1 :J 1 - :QQ i Q ' SECOND GRADE Row Row Row Row QQ Youngs, Thomas, Bedner, Nichols, Davidson, Hayes, Feucett Gay, Alderman, Gunderman White, Butts, Ferguson, Merrill, Dusenberry, Wilson, Percival Thompson, Littell, York Jones, Chace, Zyla, Robie, Goodrich, Travis, Porter, Kress Winnie, Dixon, Scaparo, Balcer, Reed, Cratsley, LaBar SECOND GRADE 1 Row 1 Alderman, Leonard, Conklin, Mariner, Zyla, Winnie, Walling, Peters Row 2 LeBeron, King, Catania, Caward, Scapario, Hatch, Benedict, Rich, Davis Row 3 Miller, Dixon, Grimaldi, Longwell, Allen, White, Bulkley, Spencer 3 25' In ' J K 6 5 , , . 1 , 2 ' , , ,I T ' 512 . L .1 I . ,f . his f- . - V 4 gg FIRST GRADE O0 Row 1 Winnie, Love, Travis, Goodrich, Scott, Wilson, Kress, Porter Wilson Row 2 Knoll, Cratsley, Nielsen, Stuart, Hayes, Holmes, Miller, Brewer, Day Row 3 Jones, Holmes, Bergin, McGlynn, Clark, Tucker, Towner, LaBar KINDERGARTEN How Row Row Row W' ,WF Cratsley, Walters, Johnson, Freeland, Gunderman, Serdula, Hosmer, Ferguson, LaBar, Gay, Hannan Clark, Nichols, Sorge, Bulkley, Johnston, Polmanteer, King, Hauber, Littell, Hatfield, Sturdevant, Gates Adler, Button, Morse, Gardner, Vogel, Hariner, Southwick, Odell, Coe, Tompkins, Jordan McGlynn, Dusenberry . .DQ Y W' 4 Q? as , c Q 41- l 45 L 6- - - , - . Y l O 1 I - fi 1 I I , ig, .. 4 , is V , - .7 PM N ' f- F? -5 ' ,za " k " ' 1 Emi F 1.1 h 67- " . A M-IF 'i 4: 1 - N ,- .. -- - - . mx Q o - '-' - I ' as 2 . O ' Q . SOCCER Row 1 Tobias, Buckley, Timken, Buck, Reed, Morehouse, LeGro, Merrill Row 2 Coach Beauter, Bedner, Robie, Breuer, Higbie, Walike, Wing, Mgr , Connell Ass't Coach Seated Ames, Mgr The coming of fall found the Savona soccer team getting down to work in preparation to defend their county championship Althouph some of last year's members were missing, Savona had enough returning veterans and players with some experience to make them an early season favored to repeat in regaining their crown The league proved to be much stronger this year and the championship was not decided until the last day of the season when Savona, needing a win to take the title, beat Woodhull in one of best and most exciting games of the year In the sectionals, held this year at Peneseo State Teachers College, Savona was disappointed for the second straight year as they were defeated by Bergen Central SFASON RECORD SAVONA OPPONENTS Jasper Elkland Troupsburg Woodhull Jasper Troupsburg Woodhull Sectiohals Savona Bergen 6 wdenotes league game I I' s I , V' l ' 'ya 24 O 12 B4 2 4 he 4+ 6 4 3 T JR HIGH BASKETBALL Row 1 Ames, Smlth, Taylor, SIMPSOD, Tremalne, Zarek, Gunderman Stampp Row 2 Beauter, Merrlll, Southwick, Buckley, Wing, Peters, Kellogg, Jones, Adler, Manager The 1950 51 Junior High basketball season was not very successful considering the victory stand point The boys managed to win only six out of eighteen games However, 1f the team had a little more overall height, they could have made a more impressive record SAVONA OPPONENLS Al's Boys Cluo Avoca Hammondsport Cohocton Bradiord Prattsburg Woodnull NOTCDSIGG Braulord Prattsourg Campbell Avoca Jasper Greenwoo Arxporn mddlSOH Troupsburg l ' 9 55 2'l 15 52 54 26 29 15 b ' 36 29 21 14 Campbell 26 54 19 12 ' 56 21 9 ' 5'l 25 47 21 45 lb 52 14 18 5'l ca 28 19 - 56 17 I ' 25 24 52 VARSITY BASKETBALL Ark-ff, I '5- L to R Buck, Wallke, Grlmaldl, Robie, E Robie, Breuer, Bedner, Reed, Tobias, Morehouse, Beauter Thls year's varsity basketball season, although the record was good, was dlsappointlng to everyone The hlghlight of the season occurred in the openlng game when Savona held Lakemont Academy down to only a S11 point vlctory This was an achievement 1D ltself, especlally slnce Lakemont has gone on to play many large schools from Buffalo and even some college freshman teams SAVONA OPPONENTS SAVONA OPPONENTS NAME Bedner Breuer Tobias Higbie Walike Robie, Lakemont Avoca Bath 'Cohocton 'Bradford 'Prattsburg 'Campbell 'woodhull 'Cohocton GAMES 16 l ll ll 10 NAME Robie, B. Morehouse Reed Buck Grimaldi 'Denotes League Game SR CHORUS Row 1 Nichols, Johnson, Walike, Zemak, Dusenberry, Ferguson, Lewis, Hale, Holmes Row 2 B Nichols, Drehmer, Thompson, Ware, Vanderhoff, Bennett L Strait, M Qtrait, Hough, Gunderman, Feehan Miss Merrick JR. CHORUS Row l Leonard, Crane, Alger, Sprague, Stuart, Peters, Pierson, Negrycz, Taylor Row 2 Strait, Ames, Stampp, Ferguson, Bedsworth, Towner, Caward, Taylor, Love Row 3 Thompson, Murphy, Robie, Borhman, Morse, Balch, LeBaron, Rice Miss Merrick, Director 0 ' I Director. . L . BAND 4 .Q5 A or .5 ...A Row l F Nichols, Hauber, Thomas, Love, Buckley, D Strait, Stinson Row 2 Jackson, H Morse, Kellogg, Towner, M Strait, B Nichols B Taylor, L Morse Standing Simmonds, Jones, Tobias LITERARY CLUB Row Row Row Row F Strzepek, Vander Hoff, Thompson, Norse, I Strzeoe', Reed 3 B Nichols, Ferguson, Strait, Lewis, Brown, C Nichols Johnson, Davidson, Simmonds, Fisk Gunderman, Nulliken, Zemak, Feehan, Hale, LeGro, Danninoburz, Peters S Southwick, Robie, Bennett, Campbell, Rouse, Ames, Tobia , lik 2 Jo . Row L: Napolitan, Polaski, White, Breuer, Walike, Harper. . 2: . . . , A . . 2 . . , . ll: . . M YEARBGOK I i1 Seated Dusenberry, Strzepek, Walike, I Strzepek, Reed Standinq Harper, Adler, Fipbie, Switzer, Taylor, Bedner, Breuer, Clark, White, Nichols, Strait, Bradshaw INKSPCT Seated Row l Row 2 Pditor Assist d Sp Feature Lit Td News Sports Humor Fd Cover Art 'f-'1 Walike, Strait, Harper, Figbie, Taylor, Switzer, Nichols, Breuer Norehouse, Dlsenberry, Thompson, T Strzeoek, Hale, Strzepek, Reed, Kellovp, LeGro Bedner, Robie, C Walike Strait Dusenberry Higbie Dusenber, P Switzer Reed W Sedner Taylor P T1CHO1S U Strzeoek Faucett, J Waldke Bus Tgr Assistant Tyoists Reporters Qreuer Robie Higbie, Switzer Dusenberry, Taylor, Nichols I Strzepek, Hale , Thompson, LeGro, Walike Y ,T I P' I 7' .1 1159 ' L jIv H, CHEERLEADERS D Fervuson, P Strait, P Camobell, F Ames, I Jones, W Strzeoek, W Polaski DRIVER TRAINING ! 9 fnoll, F Vallxe, Q Quo' Tones, roves, F Strzeuek Absent ohias J rlwaldi , U, ,. . .. .. A I VF 0 I -. . 214.4 Ari . 1 -Ill' ' " 1 iw- ' 7 "" Y L L. to R: G. Grams, R. Switzer, D. Taylor, P. Dusenberry X. jichols f' ' V' ' 1 A, ur Q rw U. M -. H M. - ,, .. . . ,. , - A . 2 C- T I , . Q M , CLASS WILL In the name of God, Amen. We, the class of Nl9Sln of Savona Central School, county of Steuben, State of New York, continent of North America, wish to express our deep and sincere gratitude to Savona Central School and the class of Nl9S2u, in our first and last will First: We asked that we are remembered for a while after we leave, for the part we played in mak1nv up Savona Central School Second To the class of '52 we will our places in the teachers' hearts, hoping that you all give your undivided attention, and receive as good marks as we did We will to the teachers that they do not weaken their self control, until we are many miles away We also will to the class of '52 the driver's training class, the rest of the car, and what's left of mr Knoll C Please leave a little bit of each for the class of S33 To all commercial students we will our old review books with a few of the correct answers found among the jokes Dot Taylor willingly leaves her silliness and scraps with the teachers to Helen Zemak Rosalyn Switzer willsto Rose Groves her nickname uRosien and also her seat in the homeroom lRight next to Mrs Adler J Fran Strzepek wills to Irene Strzepek her place on the cheer leading squad and also a place in the driveway for Stanley's car To Grace Brown, is left Joyce Higb1e's ability to get along with Mr Bradshaw and hr Clark Caroline Walike leaves her ability to get along with the teachers to Delcye Ferguson Pat Dusenberry leaves to Anna Wolverton, her extra seat in Nr Clark's office Lenny Breuer leaves his heart and his class ring to Donna Vhite Bob Reed wills to Henry Morse his sales talk and his brilliance Clarence Morehouse wills to Denny his shortness and the sophomore girls Red French and Fmil Bedner leave behind them their beloved erasers to Chuck Tobias to throw at the girls Doug McLoughlin wills to anyone who wants it, his job in the cafeteria LA lot of dishes and plenty to eat J Ed Robie and Warren Faucett leave to the junior boys, their hot rods Mary wills to Bettv Nichols her locker, well supplied with funny books, collies, and a mouse trap Narcia Strait leaves to one of the lucky girls, her job as Secretary to Mr Clark Senlor Class of 1951 CM N J n . 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SAVUNA DINER FINE FOOD COMPLETE DINNERS SHORT ORDERS Mcxncrger Phone 2402 M J WARD and SUN COAL FEED SEED FARM SUPPLIES JUINT HARDWARE CEI DEALERS IN Lme of CASE FARM MACHINERY ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS RANGES SWEEPERS COMBINATION STOVES Savoncr New York Sunoco SSIVICG SUNOCO OIL G DYNAFUEL LUBRICATION AND COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE E NELSON AAA MECHANIC Lfwffffr- -W ,, .1111 H ' 1,4 L4g:l:lfLi"" ' 'W ' W A 5 N I EARL HEPWQRTH HEFRIGERATORS I R A M . R N 1 I I I I I i Lomphmcnt BOLLEN S LIQUOR STORE Ph Jne 283 Sawona New York Conbratulanons to the CLASS OF 1951 SAVONA LADIES SHOP BONAT BEAUTY SALON 8 West Lamoka Ave COLD WAVE HEAT WAVE and BARBERING Phone 2021 Savona N Best W1shes For Class of 51 BART S OROCERY CHOICE MEATS Sz GROCERIES BIRDSEYE FROZEN FOODS Phone 2161 Savona New York I p une ORINIAI DI S BARBER SHOP Savo a New York HATEILLD S DAIRY PASTEURIZED MILK HOMOGENIZED MILK BUTTERMILK CLIEESE 8: HEAVY CREAM Phone 4121 Savona N IIIIL1 SAX ONIA DAIRY BAR LIGHT LUNCHFS ICF CREAM Phone 4931 S111 bury Proprletor SHORT S SERVICE STATION GAS OIL GROCERIES Lo en Lewls Mgr Phone 2591 l is A' ' , ,,f LM: I' I' xms of , , I .A .A L 4 4 A 'V r I C ' - v Q Y COIIIIJIIIIICIIIS of o' ' T , L ' 1 , . Y. KQIFIIIIYI- 'IIS HI 'Y ' Y I I L . I , ' , .Y. 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