CORRECTS BYLINE - Carlos Paez, 58, a former member of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash with his team, waves a small red shoe after a helicopter carrying fellow team member Fernando Parrado lands in a rugby field in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Parrado gave a similar shoe to his friends at the plane crash site in 1972 before he trekked the cordillera with a single companion for 10 days and guided rescuers back. The rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby game with Chile's former rugby players. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)

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CORRECTS BYLINE - Carlos Paez, 58, a former member of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash with his team, waves a small red shoe after a helicopter carrying fellow team member Fernando Parrado lands in a rugby field in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012.  Parrado gave a similar shoe to his friends at the plane crash site in 1972 before he trekked the cordillera with a single companion for 10 days and guided rescuers back. The rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby game with Chile's former rugby players. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)
CORRECTS BYLINE - Carlos Paez, 58, a former member of Uruguay's rugby team who survived a 1972 plane crash with his team, waves a small red shoe after a helicopter carrying fellow team member Fernando Parrado lands in a rugby field in Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Parrado gave a similar shoe to his friends at the plane crash site in 1972 before he trekked the cordillera with a single companion for 10 days and guided rescuers back. The rugby players marked the 40 year anniversary since they survived 72 days in the Chilean Andes by playing a rugby game with Chile's former rugby players. Only 16 of the 45 passengers aboard survived, by feeding on dead passengers preserved in the snow. (AP Photo/Luis Andres Henao)
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