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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MARCH 9. 1917.
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EIGHT IN CLASS A
Omaha Central High Takes
Starch Out of Scrappy
GENEVA IN THE CONFLICT
'Lincoln, Neb., March 8. (Special.)
, Coach Mulligan's five had its hands
full in. the second round of the Class
A division on the state basketball
tournament here this evening but
won, 12 to 7 from the scrappy Stan
ton crew. The first half appeared
easy for Omaha, ending 8 to 3. Stan
ton braced in the second period and
caged two baskets, putting them ui th
in a point of Mulligan's men. Then
smith cut loose two field goals for
Omaha and cinched the game.
Harvard and Norfolk had a hard
game, but Harvard nosed out ahead.
The third round is played Friday
morning in theuniversity armory and
will decide the teams in the semi-finals.
These Class A teams are left
in the running, with a chance forthe
honors: Omaha, Fremont, Harvard,
Lincoln, University Place, Crete,
Columbus and Geneva.
Class A Summaries.
Following is the summary of Class
A games: . '
OMAHA (1J). STANTON (7).
Patty ...LT.IL.F Burner
Salth R.F.IR.F Qraten
Maxwell ...C.b Perry
Kenesky .R.O.jR.Q. Dewertx
Utgan L.O.L.U I'ont
Substitute: Paynter for Maxwell. Field
Koala: Bmtth ), Patty. Gratton, Perry.
Foul gouls: Patty (2), Burner. Referce:
Fremont Against Gotheabnrs;.
FREMONT (14). .. ! QOTHBNBCRO. (3).
Fltxslmmons . . .I..FJL.F,.-, .-., . . Katn
Oardner .MLF.R.t , Roberta
Dana C.C... Layton
Anderson R.G.IR.Q., Clark
Idam ...I L.O.L.O Brestel
Field goals: Fttzslmmons, 4; Gardner, 6;
Dana; 1: Idam, 1. Foul goals: Kaln, ,3.
Referee: Rutherford. .
, Oseeola Against Columbus.
OSCEOLA (O. COLUMBUS (10).
Gillespie L.F.IL.F. . .-. , .R. Newman
Raach R.F.tR.F.' Weaver
Stevens C.jC Llsco
Dlttman L.G.L.Q W. Miller
Hutchinson . ...R.G.R.G A.Newman
Field goals: R. Newman, 1; Llsco, 3:
Rasch, 1. Foul goats: R. Newman, .2; Gll
lleple, i. Referee: Rutherford.
Korfolk Against Harvard.
NORFOLK (7). HARVARD ().
Rosenthal, Balantyne, Rora-
paugh. Hartley (3). Foul goals: Rosenthal,
Hartley (2), Referee: 8cbiselsr.
Crate Against Humboldt.
CRETE (26). HUMBOLDT (3).
Pnmdell L.F.L.F..... Sapp
Dredla R.F R.F Mathls
Uredla C.IC Scott
Roland L.G.L.O Dorlend
Mains R G.'R.G Bohl
Field goals: Frundell 4), Dredla (4),
.fohnson (2), Sapp. Foul goals: Frundell (5),
Scott. Referee: Schissler.
,. .,, Geneva Against Schuyler.
GENEVA (13). SCHUYLER (7).
Martin ....L.FL.F Ba!lol
Peterson R.F.R.F J. Otrodovsky
Koehler C.-C Jonas
Otto L.G.IL.G Ondrooek
Fusselel ...R.G.IR.O Donovan
Field goals: Martin (3), Peterson, Ballon
t9). Foul goals: Martin (6), Ballou (1). Kef
r - Lincoln Stays In Play.
Lincoln and University Place both
fought their way into the third
round of the Class A elimination
series in the state high school basket
ball tournament here this afternoon
by defeating Arlington and Kearney.
The Lincoln team did not attempt
to pile up a high score, but contented
itself with preventing Arlington from
reaching the basket. Kearney fought
hard, but was outclassed by Uni
Following is the summary of Class
A, Division 1 games:
Lincoln Agmlnst Arlington.
LINCOLN 1. ARLINGTON (13).
Cypreansm L.F.IL.F Echtenkamp
Albrecht R.F.IR.F...., l.lldwlg
Brian c. t; Aioxanacr
Field loals: Albrecht
Brian (2). Cypreanson. Free throws: Lull
wig (3), Brian. Referee: Rutherford.
Carrerslty Plaoe Agalast Kearney.
UNI. PLACE (30). KEARNEY (14).
Cummlngs L.F.IL.F Panek
Harrell R.F.RF: Kali
Gates C. C Rumpletes
Trombla L.O.IL.G Erlckson
Banoy R.u.jRQ Cinrad
Field goats: Cummlngs (3), Harrell (.1),
Trombla (3), Panek (4), Ball, Gates Rum
pletes. Free throws: Panek (3). Referee:
Constipation and Indigestion.
" These are twin evils,. Persons suf
fering from indigestion are often
troubled with constipation. Mrs.
Robert Allison, Mattoon, 111., writes"
that when she first moved to Mattoon
she was a great sufferer from indiges
tion and constipation, food dis
tressed her and there was a feeling
like a heavy weight pressing on her
stomach and chest. She did not rest
well at night and felt worn out a good
part - of the time. One bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets corrected this
trouble, so that she has since felt like
a different person. Advertisement.
Persistence is the cardinal virtue in
Sport Calendar Today
Golf West coast open champtunshlp
tournament, at Belleelr, Fla.
Mwlmming Princeton against Yale, at
'New York Columbia against Pennsylvania,
Basket Hall Western Interschotastlc
championship tournament opens at Univer
sity of Chicago.
Wrestling Pennsylvania against Colum
bia, at Philadelphia. Cornell against Le
high, at Month Bethlehem, la.
Polo Hotel del 4:oronado handicap tour
nament, at Coronado, CaL
Boxing Southern A. A. IT. boxing cham
pionships, at ew Orleans. Arlos Fanning
against Harvey Thorpe, twelve rounds, at
Four Players Tie for
Second in Billiards
Boston, Merch 8. Progress made in
the Class A 18.2 balk line billiard tour
nament indicated the possibility that
the championship might be decided
today. Nathan Hall of this city,
scheduled to meet T. Henry Clarkson,
also of Boston, this afternoon, was
within one game of clinching the title.
Hall has won all four of his matches
to date and has to his credit the high
est average for a single game and for
Four players are tided for second
place in the standing, which follows:
Player. Won. Lost.
Nathan Hall, Boston 4 0
Edward F. Oardner, New York... 3 2
T. Henry Clarkson, Boston....1.. 3 2
Ledyard Blake, San Diego,-Cal.... 3 2
E. L. MUburn, Memphis, Tenn.... S 2
J. Kllnger, New York 1 3
E. Rein. Chicago 0
Lincoln Base Ball Club
Stockholders Name Board
Lincoln, March 7. Stockholders of
the Lincoln Base Ball association of
the Western league, at a meeting this
evening elected a new board of direc
tors, which in turn selected the fol
lowing officers: William (Ducky)
Holmes, oresfdent and manager:
John T. Prince, vice president and
secretary; fcdward Young, jr., treas
urer; A. G. Buffura, club secretary.
Manager Holmes has not disclosed
his full list of signed contracts, but
the list of players will include a num
ber of those with the club last year,
as well as several new faces. 'Ty"
Lober. outfielder, a member of last
years' team, signed a contract today.
Columbus Shooters to
March On Omaha Sunday
The Columbus Gun club of Colum
bus, Neb., is coming to Omaha with
a team of ten or more men to shoot
a race with the Omaha Gun club for
the Charles Reese trophy Sunday.
In all probability Dr. Frye will
captain the Omaha team and the team
will be selected trom the lollowmg:
Ray C Klngsley,
B. A. Dixon, ,
0. M. Rcdlck, '
A. H. Frye,
F. E. Ellison,
A I Koyen, 1
A. R. Keellne,
Farmers Holding Back
Many Millions in Wheat
According to the estimate of some
of the local grain dealers after secur
ing data from country elevator men
and others, estimating wheat at $2
per bushel, which is only a few cents
above the Omaha market price, farm
ers of Nebraska are holding back
close to $39,000,000 worth of the
The estimates on wheat of last
year's crop, now in the hands of Ne
braska farmers, is placed at three
tenths of the total raised last year, or
Bellevue in Fast Game
Twenty-two to seventeen was
the score of the fast cage game
staged last night between the Bran
deis and the Bellevue college teams.
Both squads played a fast game from
start to finish, Bellevue starting out
with an upper hand on the score but
losing it before the end of the first
half, when the tally stood 8 to 6 in
favor of the uptown men.
This evening the Indians will play
the Nebraska Wesleyan cage team on
the Bellevue -floor.
Vernon Defeats Chicago
Cubs, Fourteen to Nine
Pasadena. Cal.. March 8. The
Vernon Pacific Coast league team de
feated the Chicago National league
first team, 14 to 9, today, in the third
exhibition game here between the
two clubs. The Cubs had a batting
streak in the ninth and aided by Sala
zar's wildness scored seven runs.
it. H. B.
Vernon It 17 t
Battsrles: Johnson. Fromme. Salasar.
Poena and Simon ; . Douglas, Perry and
Lyons Defeat Bancroft.
Lyons, Neb., Maroh 3. (Special.) The
Lyons boys defeated Bancroft boys In a
ame of basket ball here last night, 44 to 4.
This was followed by a game between the
htgh school or Lyons and Bancroft, the
latter winning, 23 to II.
Omaha Cabs Lose at Benalagtoa.
Bennington. Neb., March S. (Special.)
The Bennington basket ball team defeated
the Omaha Cubs In one of the fastest games
ever played here. The score was tied at
various times up to the last three minutes.
Score: Bennington, 30; Omaha Cuba, 11.
LOSES BYONE POINT
Fast and Snappy Exeter High
School Puts One Over on
HAVELOCK LOSES OUT
Lincoln, March 8. (Special.) In
the Class B of the Nebraska State
High School tournament, the second
round of games, starting this morn
ing, saw (he Omaha High school of
Commerce fall by a single point be
fore the scrappy five from Exeter.
Adams by hooking four points from
free throws and two field goals scored
the entire eight points which put the
Omaha five out of the running.
Following is the summary:
EXETER (I). OMAHA H. S. of C. (7)
Norrls L.F.IL.F Johnson
Coslello R.F. R.F Nicholson
Adams C.IC Reevee
Smith L.G.L.G Levlnson
Lcfler R.G.IR.O Carlisle
Field goals: Nicholson (3), Reeves (2),
Adams (3). Free throws: Exeter. Long.
Howerd, McCleary; Omaha, Reese. Referee:
In the second round of Class B,
Auburn, Clearwater and Ravenna
piled up big scores against their op
ponents and appeared to be the cream
of the class. Auburn went Into the
third round by beating Ewing, while
Clearwater in its defeat of Falls City
was even more impressive.
Ong spilled several buckets of dope
in trimming the Havelock five in one
of the best games played during the
tourney. Hlvelock had the lead at
the start, but the Ong five gave such
a spirited exhibition of fighting it
soon pulled ahead.
In Class C, Minden is given the
preference for championship honors,
by those who have been watching the
games from the start of the tourna
ment, although Lexington, Tilden,
Wolbach and Salem, all have strong
friends, who insist they will be in trie
running at the close. Minden piled
up the biggest score of the division
against Silver Creek. De Witt furn
ished a surprise by disposing of
Steele City. Wolbach put out Tobias,
Tilden played a splendid game against
Waco and Salem eliminated Palisade.
Twenty-five games were played int
the second round of Class B and C
up until early evening, when Class j
A games started. Following are the
Class B and C Results.
Class B, Division t.
Auburn. 20; Ewlng. I.
Clearwater. 22: Falls City. t.
Havelock, 14; Ong, 13,
West Point, 12; Hebron Academy, fi.
Ravenna, 16; Seward, 11.
Swanton. 12; Dunbar, 10.
Class B, Division t.
Lynch, 2; Hardy. It.
Exeter, I; Omaha High School of Com
merce, 7. .
Pawnee City, 10: Oshkoeh, S.
Clarkson, 8; Holbrook, 6.
Claes C, Division I.
Minden. 28; Silver Creek, t.
Fairmont, 10; Culbertaon. 7.
Bancroft, 8; Falrbury, 4.
DeWltt. IS; Steele City, C.
Minden, 18; Fairmont, 13.
Dewitt, 3G; Bancroft. 14.
, Plller, 17; Pawnee City, 3.
Claes C, Division 3.
Diller, 18; Elmwood, 6.
.Chester, 8; Nelson, 8.
'Lexington, 1 ; O'Neill. 4.
Pawnee City, 10; Oshkosh, 8.
Kenesaw, IS; Alexandria, 26.
Bethrand. 6; Valparaiso. 6.
Clasa C, Division S.
Tilden, 24; Waco, 6
Wolbach, 18; Tobias, 7. .
Bloomfield. 14; Davenport, 18.
Salem. 18: Palisade, 8,
Class C, Division 4.
Clarkson, 8: Holbrook, 6.
Kenesaw, IS: Alexandria, 26.
Paptlllon, 20; Humphreys, 10.
Darcy Will Fight
Gibbons at Milwaukee
Chicago, March 8. Les Darcy,
Australian middleweigl.t champion,
will fight his first bout in this coun
try in Milwaukee, according to Frank
Mulkern, Milwaukee fight promoter.
Mulkern said Les Darcy would come
west in a few days to accept a match
with Mike Gibbons before the Mil
waukee Promoters' club.
Reports were current here that the
bout would take place within three
Alton la Three-Bye. -
Peoria. 111.. March 8. The 1817 circuit
Of the Three-I league was completed here
oday, when Alton, 111., was awarded the
franchise held by Davenport, Is, Failure
of Davenport to post a forfeit of 11,000
caused the change. Harry Bay, former
Cleveland player, will manage the Alton
Nature Cures, The Doctor Takes the
There is an old saying that "Nature
cures, the doctor takes the fee," but,
as everyone knows, you can help Na
ture very much ar.d thereby enable it
to effect a cure ir. much less time
than is usually required. This is par
ticularly true of colds. Chamber
lain'! Cough Remedy relieve the
lungs, liquifies the tough mucus and
aids in its expectoration, allays the
cough and aids Nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition.
Wins First Game
From Randolph Five
Lincoln, March 8, (Special Tele
gram.) in Class B at the basket ball
tournament last night, the Omaha
High School of Commerce opened by
shutting out Randolph High school,
12 to 0. The lineup;
COMMERCE! (12) RANDOLPH 0)
Reeves . . ,
Carlisle . .
, .Tj.F.r,.F., Floury
, ...C.iC Black
..L.O.jL.G, Lett ton
.K.U.iH.Q Bow let
Substitutes: Ret (or Revvei. Bernard
for Lenton, Field foal: NlchoUon (1),
McFurland 3), t.vtnoQ. Refer: flckeU.
Other Class B results were;
Reward 14; Franklin, 11,
Ravenna, ; ,Ord, 4.
Swanton, 11; Nebraaka City School for the
Hardy, 14; Sidney. 7.
Exeter, 19; Nttwman Grove, it. v
Central City. Bi Co Id water, 10.
Cedar Rptdi forfeited to Falli City,
West Point. 12; ghelton, 8.
Auburn, 11; Mlnatare, 6.
Minden. 14; Alma, 6.
Ushkoah, 14; Baaeett, S. '
Ltlller, 23; Haya County Hl(h School,
Kim wood, It; Genoa, S.
Pawnee City, 13; Stella, 6.
Tilden, 12; rndlanola, 7.
Salem, 11; Ohlowa. 8.
Pallaade, 8; Murdocft. t.
Belgrade forfeit to Waco.
Wo 1 back, 14; Juniata, I.
Toblaa, 8; Loulavllle, S.
Temple High, 12; Davenport, 7.
Bloomfield, 14; Gretna. 6. (
Keneeaw, It; GIKner, t. ,
Bertrand, 4; Cedar Bluffs.' 5.
Paptlllon, 1$; Crawford, 10.
Holbrook. 11; Bdyar, 10.
Fairmont, 17; Analey, 9.
Minden, 14; Alma. t.
Culbertaon, 20; Colerldg-e. t.
Falrbury, 10; Arnold. 0. I
Bancroft. 40; Hattier. 4.
Steels City, IS; RuahvUle, t.
Hewitt. 13: Brady, .
O'Neill defeated Scrlbner by default
Nelion, 16; Weeping Water, B.
Cheater. 134 Fierce, 2.
Keneaaw, 19; Olltner, 2.
Alexandria, 21; Battle Creek, 14.
Valparaiso, ; Merna, 3,
Bertrand, 4; Cedar Bluffa, 3.
Humphrey, IS; Carroll, 2.
Catches Man With
The Eggs on Him;
Guess the Sequel
Although M. H. Lee may be con
sidered a bad egg by N. M. Benson,
night cook of the Night and Day
restaurant, 320 South Fifteenth street,
he was more tike an omelet when po
lice arrested him Wednesday evening.
For the last three nights Lee, ac
cording to Benson, had been calling
at the restaurant and by telling a hard
luck story had been' supplied with oc
casional fodder. Somehow the night
cook found that hit supply of eggs
seemingly diminished every time Lee
departed. The last straw was when
the restaurant ran out of eggs Tues
day evening after having had nearly
a case full earlier in the evening. The
cook then made up his mind to watch
his hungry friend.
Wednesday evening Benson made a
hurried trip to a small room in the
rear and saw Lee just departing,
"Hey, what are you doing here?" he
"Say, give me something to eat, I'm
hungry, will you?"
When the cook came neaier, Lee
started on a dead run down the alley.
When caugh', Lee blurted out. "I
stole the eggs, beat me up, it would
certainly serve me right. He ad
mitted that he had five dozen in his
Mashed, eggs oozed out of every
pocket of Lee when the event was
over. He alsd had two blackened
eyes and a head of hair so matted
with broken hen fruit that police say
he will not have to take a shampoo
for years. He was charged with petit
larceny. - "
Jack Tolliver Loses
Match to Ray Collins
Syracuse, Neb., March 8. (Spe
cial.) A wrestling match was staged
at the Eagle Hall last night between
Jack Tolliver of Omaha and Ray Col
lins, a local boy, both lightweights.
It was the hardest fought match ever
staged here. Tolliver won the first
fall in thirty-three minutes and Col
lins the next two in less time for
both, the last fall being in less than
Nathan Haje Wins Title
In Amateur Cue Match
Boston, March 8. Nathan Hale of
this city today won the national ama
teur billiard championship at 18.2
balkline. His defeat of T. Henry
Clarkson, also of Boston, by a score
of 400 to 224, made it impossible for
any of the six other championship
contenders to defeat or tie him in the
remaining matches of the round robin
Davis Wins Game From
Conrad Doyle of East
Los Angeles, March 8. Willis E.
Davis (west) . defeated Conrad B.
Doyle (east) in the singles match of
the east-west tennis tournament. The
score: 6-1, 4-6, 8-6, 6-1.
Dr. Bell's Ploe-Tar-Iloaer.
Holier soothes the Irritation. Pine Tar
outs the phelsn, relieve congestion, soothes
the raw epota, Ko, All tninlsu. Adv.
THE COYOTES DOWN
Nebraska Wesleyan Unable to
Withstand Fast Work of
Blue and White. '
THIRTY-EIGHT TO TWENTY
Creightoa took the Nebraska Wes
leyan basket ball team into camp at
the Crcighton gymnasium Wednesday
night, 38 to 20, making it three
straight for the Blue and White
squad over Coach Klein's pupils.
The game was unusually free from
fouls, only one personal being called
on the Crcighlou sqaad, while four
were chalked up against the Wesleyan
team. Neither team put up the brand
of basket ball it is capable of turning
out. Team work was sadly lacking
ot. both sides and nothing saved
Creighton from defeat but an ava
lanche of seventeen field goals. Neither
team seemed able to take the ball
down the floor and many a basket
was lost because of poor passing.
At the start it looked as if the out
state team were out to win as the
Coyotes took the lead. The lead see
sawed back and forth during the first
halt with Lreighton being on top, 13
to 9, when time was called.
The second half saw the Haley
Mulholland combination in the Creigh
ton lineup and from their showing last
night they are a hard pair to beat.
Both showed a world of speed on
team work and Haley broke into the
score column with five field goals for
the half. His habit of shooting with
either, hand completely baffled the
The Creighton team has nothing
but strenuous work ahead in prepara
tion for the Brandeis conflict on Sat
urday night. Interest in this gam be
comes keener, now that the Creighton
squad has the undisputed champion
ship of Nebraska. The lineup:
WESLEYAN. . CREIOHTON.I
. . Lutes
Bubstttutes: Haley, Mulholland, Vandever.
Carmen and Payne. Field goals: Lutes,
Plats, Cosier (t), Hughes (2), Anderson 2),
Kearney (6), Uplttler (6), Haley (0). Foul
goals: Anderson (2), Lutes (4), Referee;
Helen, Y. M. C. A. Ucorer: Welgel.
Truck Knocks Motor Car
On Viaduct Railing
Clara Reeder, 1618 South Tenth
street, and L. W. Rushing, 4428 South
Twenty-eighth street, narrowly es
caped death Wednesday evening when
the automobile they were riding in
was knocked against the Tenth street
An Omaha Transfer truck driven by
Will Hoover, 2101 Douglas street,
coming up the drive from the Union
depot, crashed into the car driven by
Rushing and knocked it against the
railing of the viaduct. The iron was
badly bent outward by the shock. To
many spectators who saw the accident
it appeared as if the car would break
through the 'railing and the occupants
dashed to the ground more than fifty
Miss Reeder received a slight con
tusion back of the head. She was
allowed to go to her home following
the smash. Rushing'i car was badly
refers , I
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I A a" General Distributor! Omaha, Nebraska K I 1
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IN OMAHA WHEAT
Eastern Buyers Resell Their
Holdings and Net Neat
Profit from the Deal.
PRICES STILL ARE GOING: UP
Eastern buyers who took over
Omaha wheat a month or so ago
when it was selling around $1.70 to
$175 per bushel and have since been
h tiding if in elevators here, waiting
for space in vessels crossin; the (At
lantic, have resold and have cleaned
up a neat profit.
Word reached the Omaha Grain ex
change that orders for 1,000,000 bush
els of wheat bought during January
and February by easterners had been
cancetled and that the grain had been
resold. Sold on the eastern market
Wednesday it brought around $1.95
and $1.98 a bushel.
Prices Thursday were up, wheat ad
vancing something like Vi cent,
though some of the lower grade stul!
was off i'j cents a bushel. The
prices ranged from $1.94 to $1.96. Re
ceipts were twenty-seven carloads.
Corn receipts were tifty-ene car
loads, selling at $1.02 and $1.04 a
bushel, H of a cent up.
Oats were 'i cent higher and sold
at SS'i and 594 cents a bushel. There
were twenty-six carloads on the market.
Attracting Big Crowds
The Willys-Overland company,
which is conducting a special exhi
bition of Overland and Willys-Knight
all-year models this week, is demon
strating the possibilities of that form
of exhibiting cars.
The company was unable to show
all its models in the limited space al
lotted at the automobile show last
week and adopted this plan to exploit
the all-year cars. The announcement
of the special exhibition brought out
many visitors, interested in seeing this
latest development of the automobile
industry. The cars are the convertible
type, designed for all-year use and
they are offered on all Overland and
The Overland show room is open
until 10 o'clock every evening and
has been handsomely decorated for
"The careful automobile buyer can
not fail to bee the many advantages
offered by this type of car," said J. R.
Jamison, branch manager. "For a
little more than the price of the tour
ing car he has all the comforts of a
winter limousine for inclement
weather and a car that is practical lor
service under all conditions of weather
and roads. This type of car is not,
as many people seem to think, a
limousine, but. is really an open tour
ing car which may be converted into
a limousine. Instead of flimsy, ill
fitting side curtains, the car is en
closed with comfort in a permanent
top. It lacks nothing that will make
for comfort and conenience whether
operated as a touring car or as a
limousine. It is the ideal combination,
in every way."
Persistence is the cardinal virtue In
Governor Whitman Rejects ,
Personal Plea of Darcy
Albany, N. Y., Man.fi 8. A persona!
pica by Les Darcy, the Australian
boxer, that Governor Whitmau would
reconsider his decision not to permit
the lighter to appear in the ring in
New York state because he had
evaded military duty in his own coun
try, was refused by the executive
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