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Very good question!

The difference is because the statement of cash flows only involves sources and uses of CASH. The cost of the treasury stock was described as:

During the year ended June 30, 2013, we incurred $72.7 million to repurchase 2,938,900 shares of our common stock at a weighted average price per share, excluding fees, of $24.70.

So that explains the $72, 663 figure.

Since cash paid out for the stock during the period according to the statement of cash flows is $58,666, that's a difference of $13,997 which is explained in the notes to the consolidated financial statements, specifically Note 11 — Supplemental Cash Flow Information on page 97:

The following table represents our non-cash investing and financing activities (in thousands)....

Repurchase of company common stock 13,997


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