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Idaho Free Press, Saiurfcy, June 24,1967 - 6 Hawks to Hurl Yocum Against Marsing City Club Seeks 4th Win in Row NAHPA-Seeklngthelrfourth straight victory as loop leader of the Border League, the Namr* Hawks will be hosts to Marsing Sunday night. Game ttme Is 7 at Rodeo Park. "We'll start Rich Yocumonthe mound," said Co-Manager Gary Sharp "to see If he can lend us some more pitching depth," The Hawks a re expected to win -- inasmuch as they scored t rousing 16-1 victory at Marsing June tl -- but Ihe big question might be how much Marsing las improved. The winless cellar- dwellers (0-3) spruced up their attack against Welser and scored seven runs !n a 19-7 setback. The Hawks have been getting great pitching from both starters and relief specialist Loren Graham. The latter now has come In cold In two games and spun together four strong frames, allowing only one run. Fred Ballard and Jim Uwson, who started the Mirsing and Welser games, respectively, each gave up but one run. Larry McMlllIn was tagged for only two markers In his start against Boise. The big puwle (or the Hawks Is Phil Smith's batting slump. The big first baseman has gone O-for-7 in the three victories and Is due to break out of his silent spell soon. He met the ball twice very well against Welser, sending towering files to center field. Yates Remains Cleveland Open Pacesetter HUB HERO By Alan Maver //iff see// ww/tis onset*. /ft ffffPrrtMS STstT/tr/e* Mf Wffif TM* ffltotf M4f KM JAcatfP CLEVELAND (UPI) - If Wayne Yates pressure was rough second round, U was even tougher today paired with Arnold Palmer and his noisy army in the third round of the $103,500 Cleveland Open Golf Tournament. Yates, a 25-year-old novice in his" second season on the pro tour, took everybody by surprise In the first round by going four under par and then did it again in Friday's second round with another 66, which put him two strokes in front of veteran Gardner Dickinson and three better than Palmer. The winner ofonly$3,781 in 15 tournaments this year, Yates played like a Palmer or. Jack Nicklaus going after a Masters Faylor Leads Meet CALDWELL - Led by Nampa's Rich Faylor, a field of 84 golfers, Junior Division, Senior Division and Cttrls' Division, attacked the Fairvlew Gob* Course Friday and again today. Playing In the largest field ever in the Annual Elks' Junior Golf Tournament, Faylor shot a score of 70 with an unbelieve- able 30 on the first nine holes. The golfers will be at one another and the course today for the filial round of ihe 36-hole tournament. The leaders in the three divisions after Frlday'splayare: SENIOR DIVISION Rich Faylor, Nampa, 70; Jim Crawford, Boise, 72; Doug Pasley, Caldwell, 74; Scott Masin- glll, Payelte, 74; Brad Masin- Etll, Payette, 74; SandyMcLeod, Caldwell, 75; Mike Bidepneta, Boise, 76; Grant Patorson, Boise, 76; Dave Young, Caldwell, 17; Dean Smith, Boise, 77; Mike Huffaker, Mt. Home, 77; Brad Chance, Boise, 18; Barry Westfall, Ontario, 18; Hal Filch, Payetle, 79; John Lodge, Caldwell, 80. JUNIOR DIVISION Paul Lodge, Caldwell, 77; Jeff Rodwell, Caldwell, 82; Scotl Holloway, Caldwell, 85; Tom Owens, Nampa, 85; La/ay Kelly, Ontario, 86; NickStradley,Cald- well, 87; Doug Mallea, Nampa, 87; Bart Baranco, Caldwell, 89; Jeff Batt, Caldwell, 89; Jim Guy, By PETE SAWYER over-anxiousness - guys trying Jr - CaWweU, 91; Bruce Smith, CALDWELL - By the grace too hard to please. Once they B °!? e ' , 91; Curl Wcllz ' Cald of courtesy In the Idaho Falls get over the hump, the first few ^Jl' 9925! . J ° ehdn l^td' CM' outfield, Caldwell's Cubs out- games, they'll start to relax and well! 95;' warren west/ail o n ~scored the Angels by a 9-8 count play baseball." tario, 95. ' at Simplot Stadium Friday night. McNath was quite happy with GIRLS' DIVISION A Texas-League fly ball by his hit, his second of the game, vickt Maiiea,Nampa,-!9;Deb- centerfielder Jim McNath fell although he wasn't impressed by ble Taylor, Ontario, 93; Bonnie FOUR GAME-WINNING HOMERS THIS SEASON Man's Belt Saves Cards By United Press International reliever Chuck Hartenstein to and a pair of singles and Tony II may look as If Roger Maris record the victory. Jim Wynn, Conigliaro smacked a two run has lost his home run swing, Rusty Staub, Julio Gotay and but he really just tucks it away Jim Landis all homered for for special occasions. Houston while Billy Williams The 32-year-old outfielder, and Ernie Banks homered for who has become a changed the Cubs. player this season since coming to the St. Louis Cardinals from the New York Yankees, flashed his famous homer swing for only the fifth time Friday night but made it pay off as Ihe deciding run in a 3-2 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Maris, who has been swinging for average rather than home runs this season, smashed his homer in the eighth inning to break a 2-2 tie. The blast enabled the Cardinals to win Minnesota's Dean Chance may have finally settled the question concerning Ihe American League's starting pitcher in the All-Star Game July 3 at Anaheim, Calif. The Cy Young Award winner as the major leagues' best pitcher in 1964, Chance tangled with Chicago ace Joel Horlen, undefeated in eight decisions, Friday night. The cocky right- hander limited the league- leading White Sox to three hits homer to power the Red Sox over the Indians for their fourth triumph in the last five games. The Red Sox pounded out 13 hits against Cleveland with Carl Yastrzemski collecting a single and a double to extend his baiting streak to nine games and increase his balling average to .338, high in the league. Paul Casanova's three-run home run in the fourth inning lifted the Senators over the Orioles and sent the defending world champions to their eighth loss in the last 11 games. Jim Fregosi's third straight single scored Jay Johnstone from second base with the deciding run in the eighth inning to propel the Angels over the Athletics. Johnstone opened the eighth inning rally against Jim (Catfish) Hunter with a double into right center and raced home just ahead of the throw on Fregosi's single to right. Rookie Rick Clark, who allowed only three hits before being replaced by Minnie Rojas in the eighth, was credited with Ihe decision, his fifth win against six losses. their sixth straight game and and Harmon Killebrew provided increase their lead in the the game's only run with his National League to Cubs Win Again On McNafh Hit League to three games. Although Maris has hit only five homers this season, four of his blasts have been game- winning blows. In the meantime, he has been able lo add i steady .302 average lo the hard- hitting St. Louis attack. In other NL games, Pit. tsburgh edged Cincinnati 4-2, San Francisco ripped Los Angeles 7-1, Atlanta crushed New York 12-4 and topped Houston 9-8. 22nd homer, tops in the majors this season, in the seventh inning to pace the Twins to a 10 triumph. The victory was Chance's 10th, high in the American League and tied him with San Francisco's Juan Marichal for the major league lead. The win boosted Chance's recordtolO-5. The loss was Horlen's first this season after winning eight straight for the White Sox. He Chicago allowed only six hits, struck out two men and did not allow a walk. Killebrew's homer was the only time a Twin passed SPORTS ALSO WORLD RECORD BY W/LSON Ryun Registers New Mile Mark In American League action, Minnesota blanked Chicago 1-0, New York defeated Detroit 3-1, first base. Boston heat Cleveland 8-4, Chance, who recorded his Washington edged Baltimore 3-2 four ' n shutout of the year, and California shut out Kansas allowed only a single to Horlen City 2-0, in the third, a single to Pete Maris' homer, which wasonly War l " the fourth and a double his second at Busch Stadium to Tommie Agee in the sixth, this year, enabled Dick Hughes to notch his seventh victory thought the tx*»oen Bob PerruchonandKees the power he had behind U. Bui ; nSl 5 a ' dwe , 1 , 11 112; s ", e Par " S in Se *** '" he 1«* - «* ^ "» TM-t a pod hit, hut It ^^iV"' "* *"' . ° Innlrm in*1 «c- 4Hflu .tlituarl 1~/.T.- 1IL« * II J_|... -_ it. ' J inning, and as they played and Gaston and Terry Hughes crossed the plate with run number nine for the Caldwell team. "The way we played," said Coach George Freese, "we should haye.lost the.garae. f * "Both-leams ·were 1 very poor on defense tortghj, 'and-1 don't think either one of us deserved to win." to all the Cubs committed five errors to onlyoneforthe Angels. However, the Angels' pitching looks like a line drive on tht scorebook. I'm Just having a f* · P ,, hard time hitting the ball solid tnUVOlO, Fullmer this year. I'll start that pretty p os f f flsy y/j ns With one out and oneonhegave MISSOULA, Mont. (L'PI) -up consecutive singles to John Brawling George Chuvalo dis. Jackson and Charley Oakes and played a potent knock out he hit catcher Mike Brown. punch, durable DonF u 11 m e r He got out of ths difficulty by complained of having it loo easy fanning the next batter and and rugged Roger Rouse was getting the last man in the inn- frustrated by a back - peddling ing to pop out to second. opponent. Loser Delbert Adams was not Tho ,, e , h . d b so lucky. He entered the game in lnose ere llle vaned obser ' was less than overwhelming In the eighth and got the Cubs out either the first or last inning, with only one hit, but in the ninth Caldwell scored eight times in a fielder's choice, a walk and ^'"IT* M Ph ' the first frame to leap to an M McNath's hit did him in. Sender _ lead. The Cubs got their runs on The two teams meet again to- ,,^ or i e ' tlirr'He "rnade only "one'bogie Just three hits which were mixed night to close theseries.withthe "" and birdled four of his last eight' *M four walks, a hit barter and game starting half Mhoumrly, an error. al 7:30, to accommodate the Idaho Falls hwler Dave Me- Cu'us' having to leave right away scored his 12th straight knock- Cormlck settled down after the for their series at Idaho Falls out victory as he stopped Arch- first Inning deluge and held the starting Sunday. le Kay of P h o e n i x, Ariz., in Cubs under his hand for the next Jess Hill will be the starting 3:00 of the second round of their six innings while his teammates hurler for Caldwell tonight. scheduled 10-rounder. chipped away at the lead. Idaho Falls knotted the score in the top of the ninth with two singles and a Cub error to set the scene for McNath's dramatic shot to left center. About the lapsesInthedefenses of the two teams Freese said, "That's going to happen early In the season. with a four- itter. Maury Wills drove in the tying run with a single and Geno Alley scored what proved to be the winning run on a wild BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (L'PI) --Jim Ryun and Paul Wilson gave track and field followers the world around today time to pause and reflect that both a 3:50 mile and an 18-feet pole vault are only as far away as probably the next meet the two compete in. Ryun and Wilson, neither of Al Downing scattered six hits tlie TM "I 1 " en ?*h to vote as and blasted a 400-foot home run * et - P ut ^imslung touches off Detroit starter npnnv Fnda ' ° n 1ne Na «'onal AAU Denny McLain to pace the Yankees over the Tigers. Steve Whitaker and Tom Tresh also connected off McLain, who has surren- Track and with world recordperformances in the mile and vault. The 20-year-old Eyun, a pitch by relief pitcher Bob Lee dered 22 home runs this year runnine ptienom from lhe as the Pirates rallied for three by far the major league high! Unlversit ' of K 3 " 535 - clocked runs In Ihe ninth to defeat the Joe Foy cracked two triples Reds. Dennis Kibant received "^~""~~""·"""·"^~~~"~* credit for the victory while Ted Abernathy took the loss. ' ' ' " . - : LCGIOn NlHC Hosf fo Four Clubs Tonight holes, including consecutive birds on the 15th, 16th and nth holes. thro f Chuvalo, the Canadian heavyweight champion from Toronto, Soulhpaw Mike McCormick scattered nine hits and stroked a two-run homer to aid his own cause as the Giants defeated the Dodgers for the sixth time in seven meetings. Willie Mays also homered for the Giants off b aseball team meets powerful Jim Hickman, who made his Lewiston, perhaps the state's first appearance ever as a strongest Legion team, at 9 to- major leaguepitcher, n| S n ' a ( R °d e o Park. Mack Jones and Felipe Alou Ttle ame is tne Iarf d the 3:51.1 lor the mile to send a crowd of 11,600 in Bakersfield Memorial Stadium jumping to its feet in a spontaneous burst of applause which didn't subside for more than 10 minutes. An hour later, Ihe 19-year-old Wilson, who was Ihe first high schooler ever to clear 16 feet-NAMPA -- Nampa's Legion and that happened only two years ago--sailed a majestic 17 feet, 8 inches over the bar to shatter the world pole vault mark of 17-1 set only two weeks ago by his University to the Hawaii Invitational, in which he will compete. Both Wilson and Kyun then will go In the U.S. vs. British Commonwealth meet in Los Angeles, July 8-9. Seagren, who took the NCAA title a week ago with a 17-4 leap, settled for the same height this time as well. The two record performances completely overshadowed a flock of other fine efforts in a meet which will decide the makeup of the U.S. team for the Commonwealth meet, six Candidates in each event for the Pan-American trials al Minneapolis, July 15-lti the world student games at Tokyo, Aug. 26-Sept. 5, and meets with Britain, Germany and Italy In mid-summer. Lee Evans, Kandy Matson, Wade Bell, Tommi Smith and D«lmon McNabb all turned In fine performances on Friday night, following on the heels of a sensational 100 victory by Jim Hines over Charlie Greene and Ed Burke's American record 235-11 in the hammer on Thursday night in the two-day Colorado Gridder Far Ahead in Golf SHAWNEE - ON-DELAWARE, Pa. (L-PI)-Hale Irwln, who played quarterback at the University of Colorado, called the signals today with a commanding five-stroke lead in the final round of the 70th annual National Collegiate Athletic Association golf championship. Irwin had nine birdies and a hole-in-one, the second of the day, as he shot a course record 65, seven under-par, Friday to take the third round lead over Steve Melnyk, a stocky University of Florida sophomore who gave up football for golf. Irwln's sensational 32-33 round over the par 72 Shawnee Inn course gave him a 54-hole jj ro * n , « total of 207. Herallledfromtwo strokes behind Melnyk to well in front of the burly Floridan, who had a par 72 alter leading the field for the first two rounds with 69 and 11. -- . -- r _ by his University of AAU championships. each collected-three hits topace "ay s four-\vay doubleheadersln- Southern California teammate Evans wiped out one of the a 13-hit attack that helped the volvIng Caldwell, Coeurd'Alene, Bob Seagren. oldest AAU marks on the books Braves to Iheir fourth straight Le^ston and Nampa. The first triumph. Ken Johnson, who two clubs clastl at 7 p.m. This worked six innings for Atlanta, a*' 61 " 0011 Nampa (3-6) met Coeur Ryun beat his own mark of received credit for the victory d'A^ne and Caldwell faced 3:51.3 set nearly a year ago in "· Bob Shaw was · tagged [£wis t°n- That brought another round of since 1958 when he took the 440 prolonged applause. ,,, 45.3 seconds, Smith set still another AAl' mark when he Rogers, Hartman To Head Sun Valley Coach Clinic "Most of the trouble Is just Swim Re/ays Here Tonight NAMPA - The eighth annual ^Stes Nampa Swimming Relays will be " "" run off at 7 tonight in the city swimming pool. Swimmers will be honored for Neai, c the first three places, but no team scores will be kept. Entries are expected from Utah, from Pocatello and east- U]it]0 ern Idaho as well as from the Treasure Valley area. E - nosendo, Hutchinson 2, No admission will be charged Crawczyic, Williams, McCor- to watch the meet. Cornerman Howell Signed by Celtics BOSTON (IPI) - Bailey Howell, a rugged 30-year-old veteran cornerman, has signed his 1967 contract with the Boston Celtics, it was announced Friday by general mutter Red Auerbach. CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS SUN VALLEY- Kansas foot-ill Coach Pepper Rogers and These guys are alia Southern Illinois basketball little on edge yet, but when they coach Jack Hartmanheadofthe get the nervousness out of their gun Valley coaching clinic systems they'll all be all right. s i a t e d July 31- Aug. 4. Vaughn Hitchcock of Cal Poly will head the wrestling phase of the clinic. Football will run from July 31 until noon of Aug. 2 when basketball and wrestling lake over Ihe spotlight. Rogers will be starting his first season as Kansas coach after serving as offensive coach under Tommy Prothro at UCLA. He previously served as an aide to his alma mater, Georgia Tech, Florida and Air Force. Several of these teams received bowl bids. Hartman's SIU cagers won the National InvitaUonal Tournament last March and finished the season with a 24-2 record. He also coached in high school and junior Allege ranks before coming to ISU. Assisting on the agenda will be Central Washington football Coach Tom Perry and Boise College basketball coach Murray Sallerfield. The latter won two Idaho prep slate championships at Wendall and Boise Borah High Schools. Those still wishing to attend the clinic should contact Jerry Dellinger, clinic director. BOX SCORE TWIN FALLS Shibley,.2b Perruchon, cf Jackson, ss Oakes, Ib Nunn, c Brown, c KosmalXa, rf Scarff, If Lane, 3b McCormick, p Floyd Adams, p Totals CALDWELL Williams, 2b Hutchinson, 3b Krawczyk, ss Hughes Rosendo, Ib McNaUi, c( J. Johnson, if B. Johnson, rf Heal, c Kingfisher, p Reyda, p Benson, p Totals AB 3 4 4 4 4 0 5 5 4 3 I 0 37 AB 5 2 3 1 4 4 3 3 3 2 1 0 31 Idaho Falls 000 R 3 2 1 0 0 a 0 0 2 0 0 0 8 R 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 9 220 Caldwell BOO 000 H RBI 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 7 B 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 9 211 001 0 0 1 3 1 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 RBI 0 2 a 0 i 0 i i i i 0 0 7 - b - 9 mick, 2B - Hutchinson, Oakes. HP. - Lane (1). DP-Williams i Hutchinson - Rosendo, Lane Shibley - Oakes. SF - Oakes. LOB - C»ldwell 7, Idaho Falls 5. IP R/ER BB SO Kingfisher 5 4 / 2 2 3 Reyda 3 1/3 4/1 1 Benson f0 2/3 0/0 0 1 McCormick 7 8 / 6 4 5 Adams (L) 11/3 1/1 2 0 HBP - Keal by McCormick Brown by Bonson, WP - King- Usher, Reyda, McCormick. U Hadley, DIckcrson. T 3:05. A- 3M. while with the loss. """" Sunday the five teams battle Lee Thomas' pinch single In 5t out a ' Caldwell's Luby Park. the ninth inning drove in Ted Bor a h 'aces Lewiston at 1 p.m. Savage with the winning run as and N 'arcpa P'ays Coeur d'Alene the Cubs sent the Astros down at 7 p.m. while Caldwell plays to their fourth straight loss. al 3 Pm - anS at 9 p.m. against Thomas' hit came off loser Coeur d'Alene and Levrlstoa, res- Dave Eilers and enabled Pectively. Cage Prospects 'Good' at Idaho the All-American Invitational at Berkeley, Calif., and later did a throw of 268-3. 3:52.3. Thus, he now owns the three best times ever recorded for the mile. Wilson took his record leap matter-of-faclly and commented his mark won't last long. "It could be broken next week," he smiled, in reference won the 220 in 20.4, and McNabb won the Javelin with a Richey, Melville Vie for Net Title LONDON (UPIJ-Nancy Richey of San Angelo, Tex., who stopped Kerry Melville'sparade MOSCOW - When Wayne An- Valley inscoringlastseasonwith of "P sets in the Url "ed States derson became head basketball 449 points. championships last fall, today coach at the University of Idaho Tony Traweek, Coeurd'Alene, faced the ' OUI1 £ Australian in he knew that he would hive a 6-5 forward from North Idaho ttle finals of tne London lawn big job in the recruiting field Junior college, has been the out- tennis tournament. if he were to build the Vandals standing player for the Cardi- . Mlss Rlcne ' advanced to the into a strong contender In con- nals the past two seasons. final b y defeating Annette Van ference and independent play. He is one of two top JCpros- z ^ of Sou* Africa, 6-4, 7-5, in a Following his 15-12 record pects who have accepted athle- rain ' de 'ayed match Friday last winter, Anderson hit the re- fic,grants-in-aid. while M ' S S Melville upset Judy cruiting trail seeking out both" The other is Jim Thacker, ^S*^ also of Australia, 4-3, high school and junior college Spokane, a watch charm guard 10 ~ 8 candidates for the coming sea- from Central Valley High school The mosl celebrated meeting son. and Spokane CommunityColIege. between the two players oc- Headed tor Idaho this fall are Thacker, son of CV basket- CWd at Forest Hills last Keith Hessing, Boise, a 6-5 for- ball mentor Ray Thacker, was September in the U.S. semi- ward from Capital High School, an all-conference selection for ' lnals ^ere Mss Melville and Mike Hagler, Meridian, a SCC last season. after stunning Billie Jean King Also Idaho-bound Is Chuck Cut- m a host of other favorites, lings, Buhl, a 6-4 forward who was SMno ' 1 r whipped by Miss averaged 22 points a game for Riche y. 6-3, 6-2. former Vandal ace and now head c , .. coach at Buhl, Tom Moreland. Standings Another Spokane prep stand- PIONEER LEAGUE out, John Nelson of Shadle Park, ^ ^ w L PCT. ""'"" o i.oo'o o i.ooo 6-6 center, who led the Treasure JACK H A R T M A N Pirates, Athletics Post Midget Wins First Title Bout TOKYO (I'Pl) - Newly crowned world junior light- NAMPA - The Pirates nosed we ight champion Yoshlakl Nu- out the Gibs, 10-9, Friday in a mt(ii wm make his first title Midget League baseball game. ,j e f ense ( n Augl | S | against The Athletics lipped the Orioles, m ros t,| Kohayashi. 4 " 2 ' CLASSIFIEDS GET KKSULTS Tennis Lessons Start Monday NAMPA -- The city recrea. tion department announces the will enroll this fall. Nelson was CalJ well following schedule for Us tennis an all-city selection at 6-5 and """ program which starts Monday, a top baseball prospect. June 26 - The one "foreigner" on An- Mondays - 10 a.m. at Kurtz erson's fall roster is Adrian Park and 6:30 p.m. at Lincoln Prince, Saginaw, Mich., a 6-7 Park; Wednesdays - 6:30 p.m. center, who was all-state in Michat Lincoln Park; Fridays - jg ln and a football and track 6:30 p.m. at Kurtz Park. letterman. Classes will be held for all ages - beginners, Intermed- Rocky Hunt Posts fates, and advanced. The regis- ij_| '· /\ u tration will be held this Mon- "OIC-HI-Une Mere day, June 26. Participants are NAMPA -- Rocky Hunt re- to bring their own rackets. corded a hole-ln-one Friday on the 80-yard No. 4 hole at the municipal par three golf course. Hunt used a No. 7 Iron for his ace. GB Salt Lake Ctly 0 2 Results Friday· " Caldwell 9, Idaho Falls 8 OgdenS, Sail Lake City 2 Games Tonight Idaho Palls at * Sah 8 p.m. Games Sunday Caldwell at Idaho Falls Ogdsn at Salt Lake City The Instructor Is Tony Boh ner. CLASSIFIEDS CRT RESULTS INSULATION AIITyp« s FBtRGUSSMSUUTOfiS 46W919 Across the Counter Blaine Ott I read in the paper that a few states have increased the limits required under Iheir financial responsibility laws", Mr. Read- ley, a local businessman said tome across a luncheon table. "One of these requires car owners to have minimum limits of $15,000 and $30,000 on the bodily i n j u r y seclion of their liability policy but left the property damage coverage the same at $5,000." I n a t s a mistake," 1 said R e c e n t l y , for e x a m p l e , an automobile ran into a freight tram m an eastern state. The collision overturned the engine and several cars, and uprooted hundreds of feet of track. In addition, some of the freight was damaged. And several t r a m s h a d t o b e r e r o u t e d . iince the motorist hart ignored the w a r n i n g lights, he was stuck with Ihe properly dam- 1 ' a n l e d l ° W e " "The same problem exists" I c o n t i n u e d , "on collisions r c f r e i g h t 'felts, The businessman nodded in agreement. "I can see the necessity of more adequate properly MAI 466-7111 damage limits." May we REVIEW your Auto Insurance coverage? NAMPA BRANDT AGENCY "COMPLETE INSURANCE" 2)511thAv t .Sa.

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