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From an order allowing plaintiff mother to remove the child of the parties from Missouri to California and modifying the decree of divorce to allow defendant father to have the child for three months during the summer of each year, defendant appeals. We affirm. Plaintiff, Molly B. Girvin, and defendant, Charles M. Girvin, were divorced October 15, 1969. Under the terms of the decree the custody of their two-year-old son, Charles M. Girvin, Jr., was given to plaintiff, with the right in defendant to have the boy during the months of June and July and on alternate holidays. On August 1, 1970, plaintiff married Gordon Craig Humphrey, who lived in Orinda, a city near Berkeley, in the state of California. Humphrey had been an engineering student at the Berkeley campus of the University of California. He had completed all of his courses, except for two quarters. He had missed school the fall of 1969 because of injuries suffered in an automobile accident. When he returned to school in January, 1970, the classes which were offered and which he could attend did not fit his requirements. He then returned to Missouri, where he had been employed, to continue with his work. He had saved enough to complete his courses without working. By returning to the university in September, 1970, he could obtain his degree in civil engineering in March, 1971.