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PAGE BIGHT BLYTTTEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY Phillies Increase NL Lead to Three Games-Piggott Wins Legion Tourney Del Ennis Shines * u ././. r- / . n > 'wmmmmmmmum^mmim Tarawav Reatan *T : ~~ De!Enn« As Kids Win Two Cords End Giants' Win Streak at Nine; Bums and Braves Win By JOK RK1CIII.KR Associated Press Sports \Vrlter Wlien the lime comes to vote for the National League's most valuable player please don't overlook one Del Knnis. You'll never get Manager Eddie Sawyer to admit it, but the muscular Philly outfielder has been the most vital per- iornier among the host of good looking kids on the hustling club. Ennis, more than any player on the club, is most responsible for its position on top of the heap today. Sure, the three bonus pitchers- Robin Roberts, Curt Simmons and Bob Miller — have come through handsomely. The trio owns 36 vic- ories. Roberts n'oti his 13th i game yesterday \ Wh e JphUs I swept a double i header from the Pittsburgh Pir\ ites, 10-0 and 1-2. , Every Philly 1 nas done his bit. j But in the final , analysis, it has I been Ennis and A his big bat who ' nas put. the Phils (n first place — *nd is keeping them up there. The 25-year-old native of Philadelphia has been the batting terror of the league in the Phils' current home stay. In the Phils' last eight gftmes, of which they've won seven. Emits has clubbed enemy pitching for 13 hits in 30 times at bat. Drives in Seven Rum Except for driving In siren runs with a pair of home runs, a double and single. Ennis had a somewhat mild afternoon yesterday. His grand slam homer in the eighth inning of the opener was just added dressing as Roberts coasted to his third successive shutout and his 13th victory of the season with • four-hitter. But Del's other four-base clout decided the second game. It came in the eighth inning to climax a four- run rally that overcame a 2-0 lead Murry Dickson of the Pirates held over them. While the Phils were Increasing their National League lead, the New York Yankees moved np to within two percentage points of the American League's pace-selling Detroit Tigers. The Yankees swept both ends of a rionbleheader from Chicago's While Sox. 15-7 and 4-3. , The Timers were forced to come from behind to outlast the Philadelphia Athletics. 12-10. They spotted the A's a 7-2 lead, then came up with eis;ht. runs In the fifth. Vic Wertz banned his 20th homer (or Detroit and George Kell drove In four runs with three hils. Nevertheless, they lost a half game to the Yankees. Cleveland's third place Indians fell two games off the pace, splitting a douhlcheader with the Bost-'i Red Sox. The Indians won the opener. 6-5, but the Sox won the ni-rhtcap. 6-3. Washington swept a twin bill from the St. Louis Browns. 9-5 and 13-8. Home runs b.v Sum Mele and Irv Noren featured the Nats first game triumph. An eight-run uprising hi the ninth won the nightcap. Cards. Bums, Braves Win The. National League contenders, the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Braves and Brooklyn Dodgers al! won. The Cards snapped Ncu York's nine-game winning streak, whinpinsr the Giants. 6-3. The Braves wrested third place from the Dodgers by three percent Finds Boner Is Forgotten by Fans NEW YORK, July 31. (AP)—"I didn't want lo come here," the heavy-set, grey-haired man silling in the rear seat of the bus said. "Now I sort of hate to go back." + "It makes a man fed good." Fred Merkle continued, "to hear such SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Atlanta Birmingham . Nashville Memphis New Orleans , .. Mobile Chattanooga , .. Litlle Rock . .. W . 64 . 61 . 60 . 55 . 48 . 47 . 43 . 35 Detroit. New Yorlc Cleveland Boston , Washington . Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Yesterday's Results Southern Association Memphis 7-1, Atlanta 2-3. Nashville 3,'Mobile I. Birmingham 5-1. Little Rock 1-1 (Second game called end seventh, darkness). New Orleans 4-2, Chattanooga 2- NATIONAL LEAGUE W I. Philadelphia 58 39 It. Louis S3 40 Boston 52 40 Irooklyn . ....,.,... so 39 New York 45 47 Ihlcago 40 nl Cincinnati 38 55 Pittsburgh 34 59 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L 59 34 .... 60 35 59 38 ....54 43 .. .. 44 49 40 51 34 fil ....34 .62 PcL .622 .508 .506 .529 .471 .4M .406 .350 Pel. .508 .570 .505 .562 .489 .440 .409 ,366 Pet .634 .f>32 .608 .557 .473 .388 .358 .354 National Leirae Philadelphia 10-4, Pittsburgh 0-2. St. Louis 6. New York 3. Boslon 4-10, Cincinnati 2-0. Brooklyn 7, Chicago 1. American Detroit 12. Philadelphia 10. New York 15-4, Chicago 7-3 (Second game called end eight, dark- nessl, Washington 9-13, St. Louis 5-8. Cleveland 6-3, Boston 5-fi. Today's Games Southern AssoelaUon Night games: Memphis at Birmingham. Little Rock at Atlanta. Chattanooga at Mobile. Nashville at New Orleans. National Lracve Night games: Chicago at Brooklyn. St. Louis at Boston. Only games scheduled. No American LeaZ games scheduled. Livestock age points with Cincinnati. 4-2 . Anlonelli. $70,000 bonus youngster. a double win over and 10-0. Johnny NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 July 31. W—<U5DA>—Hogs 10,500 barrows and gilts mostly steady wilh Friday; spots 25 lower Inlc' bulk 180-230 Ibs 4.50-15; top 24.75 fairly freely; 240-260 Ibs mostly 23.15-24.50; heavier weights spotted; scatlercd lots 270-30fl Ibs 22.00 23.50; big packers doing very littli late undertone dull and weak; spot: 25 under early; good and choice 150-110 Ibs 22.00-24.25; 120-140 !!>• 19.00-21.25; 90-110 Ibs 16.00-18.25: sows 25 to 50 higher than Friday; bulk -100 Ibs down 20.00-21 50' over •100 Ibs 17.25-20.00; stags steady 12.00-15.CO. Gallic 6000: calves 1200: nboul cheers after all those years. I don't think I'll forget it. 1 expected so much worse." Merkle sat far tack in his seat as carrying the 30-odd Giants nud Cardinals of yesteryear continued ils Irip downtown to a restaurant where they were lo )« feted by the Giants management. Most of the former stars just had participated In n Ihrec-ltining o 1 d timers game for the lx.'ncfit of 35,000 cheering fans at the Polo Grounds, Among them were such famous baseball names as Me! Oit, Carl Hunbcll, Joe Medwick, Pepper Marlii^, Travis Jackson, F'red Lindstrom, Hughey Crilz. Ripper Collins, Bob OTar- 11 and Tex Carlcton, Merkte did not play. Hc'and Larry Doyle, another of the Inmotis Giants under John McGraw, had been invited as special guesls. Neither put on a uniform as the '33 Giants renewed their rivalry with the famous "Gashouse Gang" of St. Louis. "I spent close to 10 years In New York with the Giants." Merkle resumed. "They all were not. happy ones. 1 thought I never wanted to get back. I guess I was wrons." Merkle has never been allowed to forget that disastrous afternoon of Sept. 23, 1BOS when the Giants lost a pennant- bcciuiso of an al- le»cd blunder pulled by him. It was Merkle who neglected to run from first lo second on a ninth inning single by Al Hi idwell _ that apparently scored Moose MrOormi'-k from third with the winning run against the Chicago Cubs. The game was declared a 1-1 tie nd ordered rcnli'-eri. '•'hr 1 Cubs won it and beat out the Giants for the nag by one g:imc. New York fans blamed the loss on Merkle. wherever he appeared after that he was called "Bonehead" Merkle. The fact that neither McGraw nor Ihe other ptavcrs blamed Merkle did not filler the opinion of Ihe fans. Even after he helncd the GianLs win pennants in Ihe years 1911-12-13. llic.v still referred to him as "Boueliead." At the end of the 1927 season, he quit Ihe gnmc for good. For 12 years Mnrkle exiled himself from big league baseball. Living in Florida, the now 61-year old reared businessman hadn't attended a big len!;ue game let alone conic to New York. But in that one moment at the Polo Grounds on July 30. lil.iO. whei, 35.000 people cheered wildly all the bitterness of more than four decades was washed away. 1008 seemed far, far away now. 2 Games Slated In BWL PJayoff Play in the Biy Window League': championship phiycff conlinncs thi: week with second games in the first, round scries to be played. This afternoon. Godwin Sporting Goods plays Mead's Tigers. Tomor row afternoon, Applcbaums pla; Fred s. Saliba Company. Wcdiics' day afternoon the Cornier New.' plays Burnett Hudson Sales ant Thursday afternoon Ark-Mo Powe: plays Whiscnhunt, A change In (he week's scheduli may be made later in Ihe week switching the Whisenhunt-Ark-M Tame to Wednesday afternoon an, •'•• Courier-Burnett-game to Thurs day. posted his first victory of the season for the Braves with the five- hit shutout in the nightcap. Brooklyn beat Bob Rush for the ninth straight time as Don Newcombe hurled a five hitter over thr Cubs with a 7-2 will. Homers by Pee Wee Reese and Roy Onmpan- ella featured a five-run fifth inning uprising. The Card victory over the Giants • mon ended in a sour note when Red Schoendienst, their trashy second b?sernan was charged with his first enor in T>8 consecutive games. The all-star game hero drew an error one out before Ihe end of the giune when his relay from the ouliield struck runner Monte Uvin on the head as he came into third. fchoendiensl had gone through 320 consecutive chances before making the miscuc. That bettered his own former National League record of 285 chances and 44 games IS loads of steers including 10 cars Kansas and Oklahoma gva.s-sers; opening trnde slow on steers; few sales barely steady to weak .... medium and good at 27.50-28.00; choice weighty steers to 31.00; medium and Rood heifers and mixed yearlings 24.00-29.00; cows opening steady; few medium and good 21 00- SO; common nnd medium cows 18.50-20.00; canners 14.50.18.00: [bulls weak lo 50 lower; medium and 1 !>,ood 21.50-23.00; cu'ter and com- ia.5Q-21.00. Hot Rod Racer Injures 8 Fans MIAMI Fla., July 31. (AP) — A hot rod racing car blew a lire at Ihe OPA Locka Optimists' .-pcedway yesterday and cra.sh.cd throimh a two-foot barricade into the grruul- •itand. Injuring eight persons The stripped down stock car driven by Carl Donaldson, 22. was' IN REVERSE—i'rcccdcnt is'thrown into reverse at Yankee Sta- ilium .is Ed Lopat is presented with a baseball aulogiaphed by youngsters of Manhattan's Big Brother Movement. The little brothers selected the southpaw as their favorile New Yorlc boy who made good in Die majors. Making the presentation are, lefl lo right, Steve Lope/, 16; Doug Williamson. 14; Louis Martin, 15. and Johnny Maher, 14i. Three Missco Teams Enter District 4 Softball Tourney Three Mississippi County teams.* two Irom Blylhcvillc and one from Osceoja, are entered in the District Tour Softball tournament which opens at I'arngould Thursday night. Entered from Mississippi County •e Burnetl Hudson Pacemakers, the independent team of Blytlieville ml an all-star team from Osccola's City League. The tournament will be a double elimination nifttir wilh two defeats required lo eliminate a leam. The winner and the runner-up in the tournament will represent this dLs- u-icl in the state Softball tournament. The Independent team from Blytheville, which will be composed largely of Blytheville Motor Company players .is scheduled to En- action Thursday night ir.eetin^ a team representing Radio station KNRY of Newport. The Pacemakers will not see action until Friday night, playing the winner of the t'arngould Jnycrc- Jonesboro All-Star game. Other teams entered in the tournament arc Dr. Pepper of Paragould, American Legion of Para- goutd and the Upton Insuiance Company of West Memphis. Trophies will lie awarded to '.he winner and runner-up in the tour- Memphian's 2nd No-Hitter Routs Armorel P5ay Underway in State Tourney CAMDEN. Arfc., July 31. CAPI _ Motiticclto nnd El Dorado won opening games of the state semi-pro bliseuall tourn;unenl here ye.ster- dny. Tonighf,. Monliccllo will ;)lay Morrilton in n second round g;mic, but El Dorsuio advanced lo the third round yesterday when mn- ville forfeited tonight's g;ime. In opening gnrnp.s yesterday till F.I Dorado Lion Oilers staged a srw en-run raliy in the eighth to defeat Walrtron. 10-2. The Monttccllo Coca Colas were held to three hits but used two uut- tield errors to defeat Ozark. 2-1. Defending champion Canuien will swing into action tomorrow night. The National Geographic Society says that in 1047 there were 2,615.000 Chinese in Malaya. 2.234,000 Malayans and 600.000 Indians. The av<M-.<gc level of (oori consumption in Britain rose lo 1!9!!0 calorics daily In 1!HO. just below the pre-war figure of 3.000. Australia Netmen Defeat Mexicans By the Associated Tress Au tr.ilia's ixnverful tennis team. still smarting from last year's setback, has only Sweden in its path uefore it challenges the United Slates for the coveted Davis Cup again. Australia and Sweden will cl:ish at Rye, N.Y.. Aug. 11-13 to clctcr- -., „ ...:v... ^, „„.., mine which team tackles the Unit- ?olng about 75 miles an hour when ed Stales at Forrrst Hills Aug -'5-27 'he right [roni lire blew on (he The Aussie.s. who are heavy favorites to roll past Sweden, concluded their American zone final.' with home stretch turn. It lunseri across the Irack. i-masii- cri tht: board nnri steel cable barrier and came to rest three feet from the bottom row o£ the wooden grandstand. None of the ucrsons Injured was hit by the rar. oy by pieces of flying timber fro.n the barrier. -Mcxico ye.slcrday by splitting singles matches. It Rave them a 4-1 victory. The Swedes made a clean s?.ei'p of Iheir European zone final .vilh Denmark by winning two .-ir.glL-s malches. LUXORA. July 31.—Preston Haywood Watts, 17-year-old Memphi: high schcol pitcher who pitched i. no-hit game during the first District Three semi-pro tournament ::t Manila three weeks ago, did il again yesterday. Walls set the Armorel Tiger;, down without a single hit to spirk the Mixora Tigers to a 10-0 victory here yesterday afternoon. Walls allowed only two runners to reach first, both on bases en balls And that was us far as they got Only three balls were hit out of the infield and only nine balls were hit all afternoon. He struck out 15. . The victory wns Luxora's fourtl over 'Armorel this season ngnins only one loss. The teams have thrci more games to play. Thursday night Luxora plays Trumann at Hate Field in Osceola. I.UMlra AH K B. Wixson 2b 5 o C. Wixson cf s White If 4 Neyman ss 4 Koontz c ..4 B. Conner ib 4 J. Conner 3b . 4 Hicks rf 9-8 in Final Tilt Cloy County Team To Meet Pocahontas For District Crown By BOBKV C. WATSON Courier News Correspondent ti two-run, last of the ninth — —*—" ••.—• ".• nv.u.*.v»m -»v-uoj inning rally by PisrL'ott ni-o i )Criod of srace in which to pay off vidGd an exrilivJ nil f the Shibe ' Maryland Hut-rcsUi. viaui an exciting climax for a i 0 n g with those of Mrs Mack and the fhflmmMiioh i\ ....— ~c n._ ,-,_.-.,- ... ,. . mat* auu .. _..,..„ , s uiuuiiA nj, along wilh th f M k tf/\ntf Knvrtft.4 the Championship game of the Connie Mack, jr., representing H5 KOUIS Dl/fOGl District 2B Junior Legion l >cr cent of the sto rtc of the piul- k «. 01 i O baseball tournament at Osce- a<ic 'P llia American League baseball /V/HG £ / TO <J nlit v*»«l nv^Io ., ~n-~ ._ Club. Bakci Watts Totals .... Arm ore! Killett ss ... Rogers 3b . Whistle c ... Bunch cf West p O'Neal If. ... McArioo Ib . Over 2b Metcalf rf . Totals .... . 38 AB .. 4 .. 3 .. 3 .. 2 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 10 R 0 0 0 0 a o o wnniui i.i^iua baseball tournament at Osceola yesterday afternoon. Piggott went into the bottom half of the last frame trailing 8 to 7 when a combination of walks errors and one base hit enabled them to cop the game and (he championship from Caraway 9 lo 8 The winners were off to a winging start In the first inning With two out. Harmon was hit by a pitched ball, stole second and scored on big Doug Wellman's single. James and Richardson drew walks and Roeder singled Wellman home with the second run of the inning. Caraway cut this lead In half with a single marker in the third. Gates walked and Danny Dennis sent him home with a sharp double into left field. In the fourth, the Piggott defense crumbled completely. Six Piggott errors and three Fi""les allowed Caraway to score six times and assume what seemed lo be a sure five run lead. . Four in the Fourth However Piggolt came back in their half of the fourth to score four times. Actually five men crossed the plate, but rightfieldcr noe- der neglected to touch third base oil his trip around the bases and was declared out. Lcroy Brown of Piggott drove in the fiftli with a single, but Caraway assumed the lend in the sixth when Lefty Holloway tripled and scored on Fortuners one base blow. With Holloway in the game in relief for starter Bobby Dennis, the Piggott youngsters couldn't get the ball out of the Infield until the ninth. After Wellman, the hitting and pitching star of the tournament had skied to center. Holloway walked Tommy Janes. Second baseman Puckett booted Richardson's easy roller and Roeder received free transportation to first. Golden hit back to Holloway who hobbled the hopper, allowing "janes to score with the tying run. Don Gatewood. in Ihe game only two innings and in his first appearance at the plate then singled to score Richardson with the winning run. Brawner Starts " Bobby Brawner started on the hill for Piggott but left in favor of Golden in the ninth who received credit for the win. PiBSOtt went through the double elimination tournament with a clean slate, knocking off Blythc- ville n to 1, Marked Tree 5 to 4. Osceola 15 to 7. and Caraway twice] 11 lo 3 and 9 to 8. Caraway, in grabbing the runner up position, defeated Bay 19 to 5, Rector 11 to 4 and 25, to 24. nnd bowed two games with Pijgott. Douglas Wellman. a husky lad from Piggott easily took honors as the. outstanding player in the tournament. The. big righthander captured three decisions on the mound and boasted a .522 batting average. The piggott lad's will now have to meet Pocahontas. District 2A champions to determine who will represent the district in the state tournament in pine Bluff in August. I'igsoll AB R R Brown. If 4 I 1 Irby, 2i> 5 ] 2 Harmon, ss ..4 1 1 Wellman, lb-3b 5 1 2 Janes, cf 3 1 1 Caraway Beaten ~ .• -., n . , o 9 ; n cLi r u Option on As Reported 9-8 in Final Tilt r - , AA /, ^ Cla v e....... T.__ (jLven to Mack s bona • I iven to Mack's Sons* PHILADELPHIA, July 31. (AP)—Connie Mack's two oldest sons, Roy and Earle were reported today lo have se- 11 red a 30-day option on the Philadelphia Athletics', The Philadelphia Inquirer in a* • __ - pccinl dispatch from Detroit said the option has an additional 45-day I jiff^e ^^rtfO Routs Burdette club. During the past several months, even or eight groups were reported interested in purchasing the Ath- .ctic.s, including one headed by James Clark, president of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. The Inquirer story indicated ownership of the A's probably will remain in the Mack family. The option carries a stipulation, the Inquirer reported, that if Roy and Earle are not prepared to take possession on the club at the time of the final settlement, the Shibe- MacParland-Mack combination will step into control. Terms ol (he deal giving Roy ami Karle control of the A's were not disclosed. Earlier reports, however, were that Connie, Jr., and the heirs of the late Benjamin F. and Thomas Shibc want $1,800,000 for their interests, with the understanding they should have the right to repurchase at the same price. Frhch Sets Record BROOKLYN, July .31, (ip, pran- kie Frisch. manager of the Chicago Cubs, holds one mark in the National League this season. But "Onclc Franz" is far from proud of il. Frisjh has been ejected from the ball parks six limes this season —Ihe most of any manager in the loop. Cilpin and Moody Team Against Hall, Martinez Lucky Giliiin and .T.ick Mood> team asainst Finis Hall and Charley Marline?, in the Uag match features of the American Legion'6 wrestling bouts at Memorial Auditorium lomeM. Two one-fal' preliminary match* es also arc on the card, with Gtl- [>in meeting Marline?, nnd Hall tackling Moody. The firal match starts at 8:15. Polra Dura is the name given to the finest kinds of Florentine mosaic work, formed with inlaid materials of the hardest kind. BLYTHEVILLE LEGION ARENA WRESTLING Monday, July 31 8:15 p.m. Adults 50c—Children 1 5c TAG MATCH Lucky Gilpin & Jack Moody vs. Finis Hall & Charley Martinez Tor Reserved Scats, Call 3389 Also 2 1-Fall 30 Minute Matches Gilpin vs. Martinez Hall vs. Moody em [M THE CRfASt BEFORE THEY SWEAK! Let our j*rvic« expert* giv» your truck't wheels • periodic check-up. They'll clean, repack and adjust b*«rin«m. Be sure! Avoid bearing failure; drive in to— DELTA Implements, Inc. :U'2 South 2nd. Street INTERNATIONAL T = JC- Contractors! Builders! Air-Cooled Comfort Sells Homes Quickly The Hunter Attic Fan Two Make-Up Tilts Slated In City Loop Two more make-up games are sceduled to be played tonight in the City Softball League. In the Walker Park doublehcuder tonight, Montgomery-Ward Is slated to meet the Ark-Mo Kilowattsrs in the first game with Hazorbacks of the Razorback Drive-Iu playing the Wade Lee Cotton Company team. The;e games were rained out July Two regular league games are scheduled for tomorrow night with Blytheville Motor playing Ark-Mo hi the first game and the Jayceas playing Wade Lee in the second 219,644 See Gomes NEW YORK, July 31. fAP) —Th major leagues, featuring a 13-°ame program .attracted 219.C44 fans to eight bill! parks yesterday. The largest turnout was at Cleveland's huge municipal stadium, where 71513 saw the Indians and Boston Red Sox split a doublehead er. Richardson, c Roeder, rr .. . Hinkle, 3b Golden, Ib-p Brawner, p .^Rogers' Gatewood, Ib .. Totals Caraway Abel, c-lb Thomas, ss Gates, rf ...... Dennis, 3h-c Holloway, Ib-p Portner, If Cogglns, If Baldridge. cf Arnold cf Puckett, 2b B. Dennis, p-3b Totals x-ran for Brawner The Lutes Store nine of the Mississippi County Semi-Pro League continued its winning ways yesterday afternoon drubbing Burdette (1-3 in a game played on the Lutes diamond. The game was highlighted by a 19-hit Lutes attack and some fancy base running by Charles (Ruff) Lutes. Lutes stole nine bases including home twice. He also got three hits in four times at bat and scored five runs. LaVon Easley. Burdette outfielder, suffered a broken nose during the game. A line drive tore through the webbing on Easley's glove with the ball striking him in the noseSK^ Billy Denton led Lutes' 19-hl^.rt- tack with five hits In six times at bat, Petty and Odis paced Burclelte with two hits each. Burdette got but six hits off Lutes' hurler John McHaffey. Lutes AR J. Lutes. 2b 4 R. Lutes, if .'; 4 J. DUClOS. S3 3 Hay, c . ' Dcnton, rf Duclos. 3b-lb Mitchell, cf FilzMuuh. cf . .. A. Duclos. ib . :.. Malone. ss McHaffey, p ."." Totals Burcletfe Petty. 3b . .. Odis. c Easley. If Roark, ss Singleton, ef-p . Weather. 2b . Brown, rf Ellis. Ih . ...".'. Wilson, p J. Roark, Ib . ... Totals 3n 21 AB R . . 5 The Grand Canyon was accurately mapped In 1923. . i . 4 , .1 . 0 . 1 38 AB . 6 .. 3 .. 4 . 5 .. 5 . .1 . 1 . 1 .. 4 .. 3 . 4 39 ghth. TV TOP —The is an architect's drawing of the new 217- foot multiple television tower being built atop the Empire State building hi New York City. The tower, scheduled for completion by the end o* U» year, brings the overall height of the building "P to 1«7 (eet LSi Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in aircondifioned i comfort at (he brand new Blylhcville Motor Grill. Keallj- GOOD Pood . . . prepared the way you like it. Low in Cost Easy to Install A complete IMXTTK tooling »nrt — no acccssorici to buy. Attractive • utomatk shutter included. 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