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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, July 12, 1957
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Friday Evening, July 12, 1957. No Mistake!—Orioles Now in 4th Place; Look Out, Yanks! Typographical error 1 , my eye! That's really the Baltimore Orioles right up there in the first' division today, and it's the first time they have ever been lhat high this late in the season since they entered the . American League. The amazing Orioles reached the lofty region of fourth place Thursday night by sweeping a Iwi-nighf double-jieader from the fading Indians by the scores' of 5-4 and 5-4 (no typo, either), the first game going 11 innings. Pilol Paul Richards, who makes the type moves M other manager will dare, gave a Houdini-like exhibition in an all-out effort to crash the firsl division. He yanked starter Ray Moore in the seventh inning of the first game even though the score was tied and he had two strikes on Roger Maris. Ken Lehman completed the strikeout but he needed help from George Zuverink in 'the last of the llth after the Orioles had scored two runs in the top of- lh» frame on singles by Gus Tri- Jones Whiffs 15 But FOP Loses, 3-2 . Billy Bob Jones of the Logansport FOP nine fanned 15 Muncie Neither Side Gets a H it; Panthers Win A double no-hitter was the top feature of Minor League baseball activity in summer recreation play yesterday. And it involved the two toughest hurlers in the league. ' Bobby Luetzow defeated Mac Ison in the twin no-hit pitching show at Fairview park Thursday morning when the Panthers edgejl the Cards 2-1. The Panthers got single runs in the first two innings and the Cards tallied once in the third. Ison whiffed nine batters and Luetzow fanned 11. Each walk- batters Thursday night but his!ed three men, but errors told the fdQTYi 1rtcr- a *J_0 riant e!nn 'tnln. „„ Tiu_ /i_ l_ _»-^.__:it_j 11 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nine andos and-Jim Busby. Then, in the nightcap, Richards. pulled out Bill Wight in the third! til1 inning even though Baltimore had i Summary: built a 5-0 lead 'off Bab Lemon. Muncie team lost a 3-2 decision. The local FOP team scored first in the fourth inning with one run. Muncie immediately came back wilh two runs. Logansport scored a run in the eighth lo lie it and had Iwo men oh base with no outs but failed to score anymore runs. The Muncie Marhoefer's then scored .the winning run in the bottom of the eighth on a double by Ken Delk and a single by Rearick. Logansport went down one-two- three in the ninth. Jim Ridenour paced Logansport with a single • and a double in four trips to.Ihe plale and Fred Schue tripled in four Irips. Dee Campbell and.Delk each hil two- baggers for Muncie. The game was a CBBL league " lale as "the Cards committed three bobbles and the Panthers had only one miscue. It was Luetzow's third no-hitter of the season gnd Ison's secured zero-hit hurling masterpiece. At Tower Park the Dodgers belted Ihe Cubs 16-2 in a morning contest and the Yanks blasted the Braves 19-11- in the afternoon. For Ihe Podgers Steve Maple socked a triple and for the Cubs, Danny Fettig hit a double. For the Braves Randy Bennett, Dick Hand, Buddy Gust hit doubles and Mike Huff smacked a triple while Bud Coughlin lashed out a triple for the Yanks. • Hoak Hoppin' Mad After Melee KLK KOLTS KICKING UP THEIR HEELS IN COLT LEAGUE He again called in Zuverink, who gained his eighth victory, and when the hard - working', Zuverink weakened in the eighth, Rhhards ' led with his ace, BiJIy Loes. • All that masterminding paid off in the Orioles' 14th victory in their last 2i> games. They are now a half-game ahead of both Cleveland and Detroit, and only three game behind the thrid-place Red Sox, who defeated the Tigers Thursday, 9-7. The -Yankees padded their league lead to 3Vi games when Mickey Mantle's 23rd home run in the llth inning produced a 3-2 triumph over Kansas City, and Washington rallied for two runs in the ninth to beat the second-place White Sox, 6-5. The Phillies took over second place in the National League by capturing a twi - night twin bill from the Cubs, winning the 11-inning opener, 1-0, and the finale, 3-1. The Giants defeated the Cardinals, 1-0; Brooklyn edged Cincinnati, 5-4, in a game marked byt fist fights, and Pittsburg, 7-2. Milwaukee beat Essig Looms As Favorite In Western LAFAYETTE, In<l. (UP) — Defending champion Dick Foote, Santa Ana, Calif., was on •the sidelines today along with the 1956 runnePUj) and medalist, as eight survivors from a starting field of 147 teed off in the quarter-final round of the Western Junior golf tourney at Purdue University. 000 020 010 — 3 9 3 Logan FC-P 000 100 010 — 2 6 2 Patty and Smih; Jones and Bell. 2 Tall Texans And Ford Tie In Canadian R1TCHENNBR, Ont. UP-Doug Ford of Mahopac, N. Y., who ad- mils he's "playing like gangbusters now," shared the lead with Iwo tall Texans today as the field Seed off for the third round of the Canadian Open golf championship. Ford, Freddie, 'Hawkins ot El Paso, Tex., and Henry Ransom, a Texas cattle rancher playing out of St. Louis, Mo., ' reached the halfway mark of the 72-h'olc tournament Thursday with aggregate scores of 136. Just a stroke off the -pace with 137s were Ed Porfcy Oliver, Pat Schwab, Bill Casper Jr., Bo Wininger, and Gay Brewer Jr., who moved up . among the leaders Thursday with a six-under-par B5 following a first round 72. Summary: , AT FAIRVIEW R 2 1 j Panthers Cards Says He'll Mash Mug Of Dodger BROOKLYN, N.Y. (UP) — Don Hoak of the Redlegs vowed venge- iully today he'll whip Charley Neal of the Dodgers "so bad his own wife won't recognize him" for the punch he threw at him in baseball's latest fist-swinging free- for-all. "I'm gonna get .him and you can tell him that," steamed Hoak, who caught a haymaker by Neal in the fracas touched off Thursday night at EbbeLs Field ^when pitcher Raul Sanchez of the j Redlegs threw a beanball at Junior Gilliam of the Dodgers. Luetzow and Arnold; Ison and. Apt. AT TOWER PARK R HE Dodgers 16 43 Cubs , 246 Lowes and J. Myers; Fettig, Rynearson, Yerkes and Haugh. R H E! Yanks 19 . 4 4 Braves 11 '7 6| Halcher, Coughlin, Howard and Members of the KLK Kolts are, lelt to right, front row, Larry Nelson, Bobby Barbour, Buddy Moire, l>cwayne McClacb and Joe Holler. Back row, Co-Manager Don Lowry, James Robertson, Dick Douglass, Phil Cnrey, Robert Paul, co-Manager Ray Wicker. Not present when the picture was taken were Allen Thomas and Don Miller. After losing four games in a row, the Kolls have hit winning stride. • ' ' (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Frettinger, Tribbett, Pasquale; Ro-izi, Hand, Huff and Huff, Rozzi, Two New Products For Home Repairs AMES, Iowa — Industry is tinal- ly coming to the aid of the house- via *,,,uu *» wcm unim ui™. n«. wife who wants a cement to mend catching and batling, answering Speculation Over Yogi's New "Specs" KANSAS OfTY, Mo. (UP)—Yogi Beroa wasn't telling today why he needed glasses, but he admitted he had ordered a pair in Now York and was exporting to catch up with him here anytime. The squat New York Yankees catcher .said he expected the glasses lo be waiting for him in Kansas City when he arrived for Thursday's game with the Athletics, However, gjtme time came and Yogi was still spectacle-loss. Ber- i'a was tight-lipped about why he had ordered glasses or whether he to wear them both for leather, rubber and other materials and a durable protective covering material. Both of the products, which have been used in industry for some time but arc jusl now getting into household use, are made of neo- phenc, a rubbery material. __ _ One is an all-purpose cement Don'Essig, IndianapolisTrecent which has unusual .bonding winner of the Indiana Junior title and medalist hero, loffmcd as. the favorite with Foole ouslcd, but the wave of upsets which highlighted Thursday's play indicated it was anybody's tourney. Essig teed off against Dan Fredcrickson, GJendalc, Calif., and Ronnie Atwell, also of Indianapolis, opposed Bob Zimmerman, Jackson, Mtch. in two of the quarterfinal matches lottay. Bob Klelchka, Ciiicago, was pitted against Jack Moore, Duncan, Okla., and Sam Carmichael, Marlinsville, Ind., took on Tad Schmidt, Garrell, Ind. in an a!l-Hoosior match. • The winners were scheduled lo meet in the semi-finals in the atlernoon, with the 36-holc finals Isalcd for Salyrday. Moore registered the biggest up*>l of the tourney when he derailed Foote, 5'and 4, in the second round Thursday. The tall Okln- homan fired a 1-under-par .35 on the front nine and Foote never recovered as he soared to a 40 to fall five strokes behind. Carmichael celebrated his 18th birthday with the best round of the day, a 2-tmder-par 69, as he disposed of Dearie Bcaman, Kensington, Md., last year's mnnor-up and medalisl. Zimmerman figured in another upset Thursday, .outlasting 195C semi-finalist Ronnie Royer, Craw- tordsville, 1-up In 19 holes. The Michigan yoftngsler canned 'a 18- loot birdie putt to stay alive. . Other sccond-cound results: Essig defeated Kon Wamie' inuehler, Evansvllle, 3 and 2. Carmichael defeated Wayne Pence, Kansas City, 4 and 3. Klelchkc defeated Carl Mitchell, Helon Harbor, Mich., 1-up in 20 holes. Zimmerman defeated Frank 1 Jarncs, Grinnell, Iowa, 1-up. Schmidt defeated Stephen Miller, Jackson, Mich., 2 and 1, . Fredericks-en defeated Gene Francis, Seacli'if, N-X-, 2 and 1. Atwell defeated Roy Moore,Memphis, 4 and 3. strength and will hold together any combination of rubber, leather, wood, cork, glass, plaster and other assorted materials. Manufacturers, who have used Ihe protective coating for cabinets and other easily - marred items, said a single coat of liquid nco- prcne has the thickness of six lo 10 coats of ordinary paint and won't crack or become brittle. both questions with a "I dunn&" Manager Oasoy Stengel said, "The doc sold Borra should start wearing them—but I don't know it he'll wear thorn all the time. He's got to get thorn first." Sad, Unshining Eyes of Ex-Champ Tell Ring Story By OSCAR FKALEY United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (UP)—There are two moments of misery which have seared themselves into, dhe soul of a sad - eyed little man named Sidney Walker. > The first came when he was 10-years-old and the ancient grandmother who had raised him, and wanted him -'to be a minister, called him lo her side. Sitting in a rickety rocking chair, she told knew him as Beau Jade, a perpetual motion machine of Uie ring whose furious brown fists had .Beau Jack was good. Not a jreat puncher bul a slashing will o' the wisp; a tan tiger wilh earned \vpte than 2 million dol-1 laughing eyes who gloried in the lars. And they told him that he i combat and the adulation which was on the v'enge of being broke. Thought About Family "I wanted tu take a gun and do something about' It," he rasps, the old scar tissue flaming above the hooded eyes. "People have killed for less than that. But then I thought about my family and him not to cry but thai she was]how. they would feel if I was on going away. , [ my way to the electric chair." "She sent me to the kitchen for j So now, 10 years after that scc- a bowl of soup and when I came ond moment of misery, Beau Jack back the Lord had stole her! feels worse about that childhood away," he recalls, iears filling his brown eyes. The second'time of torture came 16 years later when, his kneecap shattered, he.was just a washed up former lightweight champion di the world. The boxin.g world Major League / Standings National League W. L. Pet. 4C 32 .590 DENTISTS GRADUATE INDIANAPOLIS (UP ' — All members of the 1057 class of Ihe Indiana Universily School of Dentistry successfully passed the ndi- ana licensing examinations, according to Dean Maynnrd K. Hine. Twenty of the 54 graduates opened offices for private practice, 22 entered the service, 8 accepted hospital interships, 3 will do graduate wcrk, 1 will join the U.S. j Public Health Service and 2 have no immediate plans. St. Louis Philadelphia 44 34 .504 Milwaukee 45 35 ,563 Cincinnati 44 37 .543 Brooklyn 42 3fi .538 New York 37 43 ' .403 Pittsburgh 30 50 ,375 Chicago 2C 47 .356 Saturday's Gurnet Cincinnati at Brooklyn St. Louis at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh American League W. L. Pet. GB 2 2 3% 4 10 17 GB H(E)AVEN FOR IKE VACATION Hartack Will Be in Bed 3 Weeks • CHICAGO (UP) — Willie Hartack, the country's leading jockey, •tnyed in his hospital bed-by doctor's orders today' and it appeared he would spend at least *>ur.more days there. Also, Dr. Herman J. Carr, track physician at Arlington Park, •aid that tlw broken, vertebra Har(•ok suffered in a spill Wcdnes- «^QT would sideline him for "about i weetat." Boston Balti'irtoro Cleveland Detroit Kansas City Washington 52 26 49 30 43 ' 37 39 39 39 40 39 40 29 4B .667 ... .(520 3V4 .538 10 .500 13 .404 I'M 13% 22% .494 .377 26 56 .317 28 Saturday's Games Washington at Chicago ' New York at Kaansas City , . Boston at Detroit ' Baltimore at Cleveland American Asuoclutinn W. L. Pet. Wichita •:.. 5434. .614 Minneapolis 5040 .556 St. Paul .' 4639 .541 Omaha ., 47 40 .540 Denver 41.45 ,477 Indianapolis 3945 .404 Charleston 4149 .450 Louisville 32 58 .358' Thursday's Results Denver M Charleston 2 (1st, 7 inns) Charleston 7 Denver 0 Louisville 5 Omaha 4 Minneapolis 15 Wtehila » (10 Inns) Indianapolis 10 St. Paul 8 day in his grandmoWier's kitchen than he does about the people who fleeced ihim. went with it. But then came the niglit in 1947 when the knee popped in Madison Square Garden and suddenly the cheers were no nore. • That's when Beau, after weeks in a hospital, went 'home to discover that he didn't have lhat big cushion in Ihe bank. Thai's also when Ihe laughicr fled from his eyes forever. , Spued Was Gone A year later he came back "bul I wasn't no whk-wind no more." The speed was gone, cut away by ; Ihe knife which had healed Ihe "I ain't mad at nobody," he' leg. Beau fought four more years, says despite the fact that at 36 he is right back where he started —shining shoes. retired in disgust Cor tw« and then, wilh 10 children lo 'be fed, gave it one more whirl. In four Little League Yankees Win 7th Game in Row THRIt NIARIY golf courMo and-both fresh and salt water fishing maltc the U. S. Naval baae (upper) at Newport, R. I., a mighty Inviting. h(e)avcn for President Eisenhower 1 * vacation. .He and Mrs. Eisenhower will stay at'the commandant's residence (lower). It In located on Coaster'n Harbor island (left in aerial photo). August is probabl* tlm*. (inttrnatknul Houndphotot) Tribe Blasts Saints 19-8 INDIANAPOLIS' (UP) - The Indianapolis Indians spotted St, Paul a, 7-0 lead in the .first Vk innings Thursday nighl and then exploded for 21 hits'lo trounce the visitors, 19-fl, and break .a four- game losing streak. Third baseman Charllo Wi'l- Hams, first baseman Ron Jackson and cenlorflelder Ted Beard led the Tribe attack wliich produced clusters of five runs in the second and six in the seventh. Williams banged oul a triple, .double and Iwo singles while driving in six runs;' Jackson slammed out four three-run • homer.. Third baseman Ihe year with one on in the fourth, to rcgisler 5 EBI's, and Beard chipped in with four singlfcs; LeMiolder Oohn .Glen got the Saints off to a fast lead in the first inning when he whacked a threorun homer. Third ' baseman Dick Gray duplicated, the feat for hits, including his. 13th homer of St. Paul In the second and. shortstop Bob Llllis hit a solo blast in Ihe same frame.- ' • Barry Latman held line Saints to one hit In the last five innings to .lake credit for the, win. in relief and pun hta seasons record to 86. Little League Yanks kept pace Thursday night with the unbeaten Cardinals by winning their seventh, game in a row, downing the Keystones, 24-3. In other .action Thursday nighl, the Pony League Tigers beat ihc Indians, 7-3, and the Colt League Pirales defeated the Bears, 2-0. The Yanks scored freely in cvory inning against the Cards. Ronnie Wood homered, Jim Conrad doubled -and Mike Nicholl doubled for the victors. The game was called at Ihe end of five innings. The Orioles built up an early lead against the Senators and held out for a 5-4 win. Mike Leonard doubled and singled and Butlic doubled for Ihe Orioles. Mike Par- relt doubled and Tom Parrcll doubled and singled for the Senators. In the Pony League mutch, the Indians stopped the Tigers, 7-3, as Harry Dahl turned in.a two-hit pitching performance. The Tigers outhit' the Orioles, 6-5. For the viclors, Charley Myers and Tom Knepper got the hits and for Ihe losers, Hugh Burns tripled, Sieve Skelton doubled, Joe Newman and Terry Albright hail two hits each. In Colt League play, Jerry Buseh blanked the Pirales on four hits. Tim Mcdlancl doubled twice for the Bears and Jim Coiner and Dave Vance hit iwo-baggcrs for the Pirates. Summary: LITTLE LEAGUE Yanks 295,62-24 13 1 Keystones 100,11— 3 4 11 Schubnch, Conrad and Poor, Gaumor; Hlsscr and Easter. Senators 100,003—4 B 2 Odolei! 200.30X—5 5 3 Sharp, M. Parrett and Parmeter; Rose nnd Pankow. PONY -LEAGUE Tigers 1)10,200,0—3 -2 4 Indians 012,202,x—7 9. 3 Wallers and Knopper; Dahl and Carr, COLT LEAGUE Pirates 000,000—0 4 3 Bears OOO.llx—2 3 0 Hayward and Vance; 'Busch and Cain. round televised bout.' The bout will be Gomes' first one away from the Easl Coast and only his second on TV. The fast- climbing lightweight owns a record of 39 victories in 42 bouls, including 20 knockouts. Pei-ez will be after Ms third straight comeback violory, afler overcoming a blood deficiency, which marred his fighting efforts during Hie past two years. Fighting ias a featherweight, Pore/, lost to Sandy Saddler in a title bout Iwo years ago. His ca- Odds Against Perez Tonight CLEVELAND (UP) — Lightweight Harold Gomes of Provi- bouts he realized he had "had it." /He tried training fighters who wouldn't listen. He opened a drive- in and. saw it fail. So finally the world-weary kid from Uie Georgia cabin went back to shining shoes. They brought Beau back to New York Tuesday .ironically enough to appear on s program called "Strike It Rich." He won $500 with the help of "a lady who svas real nice and gave those answers right down the alley." Beau didn't recognize her, an aclress named Yvonne do Carlo, because he doesn't have the nioney lo set many movies. Bul lie was real grateful. "II helps me realize cuz I was knocked down I don't have to stay down," he said hopefully. Bul the eyos, which fill when he talks about his grandmother, still didn't shine. BROOKLYN, N. Y. (UP) — The Brooklyn Dodgers. Cincin- nali Redlegs and Milwaukee Braves are involved in a close fight for Ihe' Golden. Gloves championship of the Nalional League. Each team has been involved in two brawls this season. The New York Yankees arc leading the American League "boxers." They've engaged in three skirmishes on the field and one nightclub fracas. Major League Leaders National League Plnycr & Club G. Al! K. II. Pet. i Aaron, Mil. 81 345 Ofi 120 .348 Musial, SUL. 78 309 51 105 .340 Fondy, F«b. 69 2B2 32 Ofi .340 Robinson, Cin. 79 ;!21 59 101 .315 68 .315 donee, H..I., is a 7-5 favorite to G-oai Pgh 53 "Ifi 24 spoil the comeback of little Lulu j ' Amerlcan L , ue Perez of Brooklyn tonight in a 10-1 Mantle, .V.Y. 78 257 74 95 .370 Williams, BOB. 73 253 57 87 .344 Kkowron, N. Y. 73 283 43 95 .336 Mab.onc, Bos. 79 322 39 IDS .329 Boyd, Bal. 76 252 44 «3 .329 Home Rung National League—Aaron, Braves 27; Musial, Cards 20; Crowe, nod- legs; Malhews, Braves, and Snider, Dodgers, all.JB. i American League — Mantle, Yonks 23; Sievera, Senators 20; Williams, Red Sox 20; Maxwell, Tigers 16; Zcrnial, Athletics 16'. Runs United In reer went into a taiispin until I National League—Aaron, Braves doctors noted the blood deficiency. ?3; Musml, CnrdsyC; Crowe, Rcd- lag,s 55; Hoak, -Redlegs 55; En.iix, T1PTON BOOSTER MEETING Tipion Township Music Boosler club members will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the high school building. Reports on Iho spring concert and band clinic will be reviewed. Cards 53. American League — Skowron Yanks Sievers, Sunnlors Mantle, Yonks 58; Mal'/.one, Red Sox 515; Minoso, While Sox 55. Shanlz, Pitching Yanks 0-1; Schmidt, MORE THAN CHANCE HERE Corn Formers-Get . Soil Bank Advice CHICAGO—A -University of Illinois farm management specialist has cautioned corn farmers to ,tako a look around before putting land into the soil bank program.. "Putting corn land into the soil bank actually saves a farmer only about one-third of Ms per-acrc costs," Finiey said. "A somewhat higher proportion of production costs can be saved in areas where i land, is a bit cheaper." Finiey said many fixed costs, such as taxes,- investment interest, and some labor ant) machinery upkeep, must be paid whether the land Is cultivated or left idle. "And the soil bank brings with it other costs, such as fencing and weed control,"- Finiey added. "It all boils down to the individual case and thus it Is up to the 'individual farmer to decide whether or not the soil bank will do him any good." Sanchez' beanball came with two out in Ihe lost, ot Ihc seventh, inning and Cincinnati leading, 4-3. On_lhe next pitch, Gilliam bunted- along the first base line vritfi the | obvious intent of drawing Sanchez • over and running him down. Gil- Ham's bunt bounded a few feet foul half way up the line, but as Sanchez came over to field the ball, GiHia-m crashed into him. and the two went to the dirt, fisls swinging. Within secon-is, players from both dugouts flowed on the field an<l became embroiled in a fist- swinging melee lhat ranks wilh the June 15 Yankee - While Sox fight as one or the -vildcst in many major league seasons, Neal came charging at Hoak and landed a clean punch to the head that knocked the,Cincinnati infielder sprawling. Hoak. enraged. re-Rained his feet and went afler Neal. Four or five Redlegs hold him off. The umpires and the rival managers Jiad just about' restored order when lioak broke loose, charged Neal nnd had to be restrained once again. When play was resumed, Hoak, Sanchez, Gilliam and Neal all were ejected from the game. The Dodgers, who wound up wilh first fcase-mun Gil Hodgos playing second, won the game, 5-4, on Duke SnhJcf's .seventh-inning homer. Twelve Mile Dodgers, Hatdiets Win LL Tilts TWELVE MILE—The Dodgers defeated the Hatchets 5-3 nnd Ihe Flying Aces soared past Iho Blue Caps 12-7 in a • pair of Little League- baseball games here Thursday night. Bill Cover whiffed 14 batten ond got two hits for the winning Dodgers. He allowed Ihe Hatchets only one hit. a single by Dick .Nance. The Aces were outhit 7-4 but used walks and errors lo help build up their big winning margin in the second tilt. Summary: Hatchets 120,00—3 1 2 Dodgers 2<)0,3x—5 4 2 Maudlin and Ulcrick; Cover and R. Jones. Blue Caps 223,02— 775 Flying Aces r !70,4x—12 4 5 Moss, Kunkle and Abbott; Anderson, Wright and Ulerick. ^RIPI'LK lll.'KT FATALLY INDIANAPOLIS (UP)—William Hall, »3, Indianapolis, died of a broken neck when struck by an automobile Thursday night in un Indianapolis street. Police said Hall was a cripple awl was walking across a street with the aid of a metal walker. Driver of tho car was Harold 0. Helbert, 57, Indianapolis. Cards 7-1; Sanfordr~PJiiis~ Jil-2j Hunninjj, Tigers 10-2; Trucks, Athletics 7-2. 4* STMK Sm ttc. Hloli . F»il. 4«p«id«bU il.rH. CUki, 10 w I4MM MM. 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