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Holy Trinity Hands Saints First Setbad Holy Trinity handed the second-place Saints their first defeat, 4-3 in one of only three Cadet Parochial AB league games reported Saturday. In the others, St. Patrick 7-8th defeated Sacred Heart 7th 21-8 and Sacred Heart 8th won 15-1 over St. Jo.sepli 7th. Ricky Jack.son fired a three- hitter at the Saint.s while Teddy Gabor pot two of Holy Trinity's five hits a.s a three-run first inninf^ put the winners out ahead. They couiucd their winning edge in the third without a hit. .lackson fanned 19 of the Saints. St, Patrick spotted Sacred Heart 7th an 8 -run third inning then blasted back with .seven runs in their half of the inning and 10 more in the fourth for an easy 21-8 win. T. Adams was winning pitcher in relief, fanning nine. Sacred Heart 8th's N. Ro-I mano and T. Zukcwich teamed up to pitch no-hit ball against St. .Joseph 7th with Zukewich, J. Porcaro and M. Scholzen all hitting home runs to lead tho winners 10-hil attack. Muni Baseball —AP WIrephoto AN INJURED BRAVE — Milwaukee catcher Del Crandall holds his arm up after being hit with a foul tip in the seventh inning of the Braves - Cardinal game Saturday. Crandall was replaced next inning with Del Rice but Is not supposed to be seriously injured. Pitcher Juan Pizarro (34) and trainer Doc Feron look Crandall over. Brue Snares State Title mAClNB gOWDAT BPLtETOf Aif«all,llH iM .t,rki »t (Continued from Page 1) the way, it was merely a matter of minutes to the end. One of Worst The 8-7 whipping is one of the most decisive in the history of the Uate meet. And it followed a pattern Brue set from the start of match play here when he first bounced Chet Sobol 5-4, then Fred Gage 4-3, Steve Caravelio 6-5, Dadian 4-3 and then Simonson. Brue's pin-point approach set him up for close-in green shots. He sank an eight-footer on the 2Ist, a six-footer on the 23rd and then drew applause when he stroked a 17-foot putt on the 27th. Simonson, who was tourney medalist, won the second hole of the morning when Brue had a bogey and the Madison man also took the seventh with a birdie four. But that was it. Simonson thereafter played the next 22 holes without winning one. Didn't Have It Time and again Simonson had opportunity to halve or win a hole with putts of eight to 10 feet but he didn't have It. "I couldn't hit in anything over eight feet," Simonson said after the match. "It was that way for me all through the tourna* ment — and if you don't get the ball in the cup, you're through." Brue said later that a slight neck pain he had all through the tourney didn't affect his game — the fact he was 13 strokes under par in match play proves that. The next objective for the North Hills standout, who captained the University of Miami (Fla.) golf team a year or so back, is the state open at the Brown County course at Green Bay Aug. 9-13. On the basis of what he showed here, Brue will rate as favorite to retain his championship. Becerra • * * Boxer of Month W h' :» 5 STANIIlNCiS C »il.'t-l ';vri )(hU\ A-B W I, St Josciili Rill 7 1131 K (l '.\!ir (l Sttims R'.. r : 3 Hi ail 71li S. Henri Rtli s 1 s; .l"lm "Ih HolyTrtn. (! rfi. ./u-icph 7th Dun. Hiolh. 5' .• '.!' ,• SI UUii S(. Pdlnck ti T SI, .Shinislaus St John aih 4 .1 SI Muiy Holy Niiinc 3 4 Krsiilt^ Saturday Holy TrliiUy 4. Siiliils 3 Sacicad Henri Ifi. SI .liisi'iili 7ih 1 St. Piilrick i;i. Sucrcci Heart 7Ui 8 Stampers, Von Schroder Ploy Aurora The softhall doubleheader starting tonight at 7 p.m. at Horlick Athletic Field has been expanded to include two of Racine's top softhall units, Von Schrador's and Racine Stamping. The Stampers will play the Aurora Scalmastors in the 7 p.m. game and Von Schraders w'A\ meet tlie Sealmasters in the nightcap. Originally von Schraders was to have met Aurora in both games with top pitchers from three Racine Classic league clubs doing the pitching in one game. Stan Cichanofsky will pitch for Racine Stampinu in the opener with eitlier Harvey Sterkel or Don Ropp on the mound for the Sealmasters. George Loroniscn will pitch for Von Schraders in the nightcap. Sterkel was rated the outstanding pitcher in the world Softball tournament the last twb years. Ropp, who made the all-tourney team at the world tournament last year is right behind him. Sterkel has won 121 games, lost seven with Aurora, si.x of his losses being by 1-0 counts. He has allowed only four earned runs this year, one of them by von Schrader in their recent clash. D'Amafo Again in Good Spot as Rosensohn Group Argues NEW YORK — iJf) — Cus O'Amato, apparently kayoed when Ingemar Johansson flattened Floyd Patterson on a rainy June night at Yankee Stadium, emerged Saturday as the man who'll again pull the strings if and when there's a rematch for the heavyweight title. Following promoter Bill Rosensohn's downgrading by his own promotional outfit, D'Amato, the manager of Patterson, said: Lorsen * * * Bid from Braves Middlecoff Will Defend MILWAUKEE — Dr. Cary Middlecoff, the Memphis dentist who traded a drill for a driver and made it pay, will defend his crown at the Milwaukee Open here August 27-30, tournament director Wally Moynihan announced. Middlecoff is the latest entry in the star studded field which will compete for the $35,000 in prize money at Tripoli Golf Club. The lanky Tennessean copped the Milwaukee Open's top prize for the second time last year, shattering par with a blazing 264. This -set a tour nament record and stands as Cary's all-time low for 72 holes. The Milwaukee meet has always been a ripe plum for the good doctor. Besides his vie tories in 1955 and last year, he placed seventh in 1956 and eleventh in 1957. His total take from Miller events has l>een $13,450 to date, tops by far among the pros. Jerry Larsen, ex,-Racine Lutheran athletic star, was one of 10 Wisconsin players invited to the Milwaukee Braves farm training camp next spring for a two week session at Waycross, Ga. Larsen played in the 4th annual Sentinel - Braves Silver Sluggers game Saturday at Milwaukee and as a result of his showing was one of 10 receiving the training invitation, Two of the players were invited to play in the annual Hearst National Junior All-Star game in New York, Aug. 18. They were pitcher Terry Olson of Rice Lake and Michael Fleming, a third baseman from Milwaukee. Invited to Waycross with Larsen were Ron Herr of Sheboygan, William Hebl of Sun Prairie, Jim Shuda of Stevens Point, Pat McGlin of Manitowoc, Richard Yates of Janesville, William Tengel, Michael Matusncc and Dave Woda, all of Milwaukee. EYES CITIZENSHIP PONTIAC, Mich, — m ~ Terry Savvchuk, Detroit Red Wing goaiie and six-time National Hockey League all-star, has applied for U. S. citizenship. He and his family have lived here since 1956. Sawchuk, 23, was born in Winnipeg, Man. "I have the right to name the site and date of the return bout. I've always had that right, it's in the original contract but I've let Rosensohn have the say because he was out front. From now on, I'm protecting my fighter; things have been kicked around too much." Johansson, who signed an individual contract with Rosen­ sohn, still holds t|ie final decision of whether the rematch will be fought this September as planned. If he wants it, D'Amato takes it from there. "I am open to bids and have received several," said D'Amato. "Rosensohn has nothing to say about when or where the fight will take place." D'Amato's renewed position came to light in the wake of the addition of Irving Kahn, president o f Telepromtper, Inc., as third director of Rosen­ sohn Enterprises. The other two are Rosensohn, who holds one-third of the stock, and Vincent J. Veleila, two-thirds owner. It was Veleila who seated Kahn as a director over Rosensohn's objections. Both Kahn and Veleila contend their main objective was to speed arrangements for the return. "Rosensohn belongs to the organization," Kahn said. "In many respects he's a good promoter. But he didn't spell out for Johansson the terms on theater-TV as they actually stood and that has created a lot of confusion in Ingemar's mind." Both Kahn and Veleila visited Johansson in Sweden recently. Rosensohn, who returned from Sweden Wednesday after two days of talks with the new champion, now says only; "Don't forget one thing. I have Ingemar Johansson in my hip pocket." D'Amato claims, however, that Rosensohn never had the radio, television and film rights to the return bout. "They belonged to Patterson Enterprises and were assigned to Teleprompter." Statement by Ingo In Sweden, mearfwhile, newspapers criticized "un­ scrupulous American methods and urged Johansson and his advisor, Edward Ahlquist, to show their hand. At a press conference Saturday night Johansson said*. "I keep personally in contact with Rosensohn. He has always been honest with me before, why shouldn't he be so now?" "I have a personal contract with him about the return bout." Then he added: "Rosen­ sohn apparently says one thing, Teleprompter Boss Irving Kahn another. I don't know what to believe." Press on the point whether he would meet Patterson again if Rosensohn is eased out of the picture, Johansson's only reply was: "Ask Edwin Ahlquist." MILWAUKEE — (iW — Joe Becerra of Mexico who knocked out Alphonse Haliml of France to win the 118 pound championship, Saturday was named Boxer of the Month by the National Boxing Assn. The shift in the bantamweight division due to Becerra'tl victory was the only major change in the NBA's monthly ratings. mAVYWBIOHT CHAMPION—Inimtr Johkniion. Svtdtn. 1. Floyd PaUtrion, Rookvllle Ccnt«r, N.Y. 3. Cor* Polar, Chkndlar, Arli. 1. Bonny Lliton, Phtla- dclphU, Pa. 4. Kddia Machen, Portland, Ora. 6. tianry Coopar, Infland. «. Roy Harrl*. Cut and Bhoot, Taaai, 1. Alonio Johnton, Rankin, Pa. 1. Charlla Powall, Ban tMcfo, Catli. I. Brian London, Bni- land. 10. Joa Iriklna, Bngland. Arehia old Jo. Ouralla, man Bowdr/, «t. Louii, Mo. C. Tony Anthony, Naw York, N.Y. 7. MIko Holt, Bouth Africa, a. Jarry Luadac, Maw Havtn, Conn. •. Johnny Halallhl. Pon(a. 10. Chuck Caidarwan, Bcotland. MIODtBWIIOHT — TrrUI OPEN. I. Carman Bailllo^ Canattota, N.Y^I, Oana Meadowbrook, J-P Set Match Play Pairings BESMANOFF WINS STEUBENVILLE, Ohio ~ IJf) —Heavyweight Willi Besmanoff of Milwaukee scored a unanimous decision over Marty Marshall of Detroit in a 10- round fight here Saturday night. —Journ»l-Tlme« Photo AN UP-AND-COMER — Don Iverson, a 13-year-old golfing whiz from LaCrosse (he won the city men's tourney there), is a fellow to be heard from in Wisconsin golf links circles for many years to come. Don, ousted by a Beloit player in the Junior tournament at Racine Country Club a couple of days back, shoots a long ball. Don packs 160 pounds on a 5-8 frame — making him bigger than Bobby Brue, who reach«d the finals of the amateur meet. Play starts Tuesday In the Meadowbrook Women's Club championships with play in four classes, A, B. AB-9 and C. Alyce Witt will face Betty Hein in Class A competition with Ardith Frank vs. Gen Dickert, Ann Buffham vs. Irene Olsen and Irma Mayer vs. June Kuefler in other Class A matches. Friedel Kundman and Carol Hall have byes. In Class B, it will be Betty Miller vs. Ingrid Hagen. Shirley Christensen vs. June Nielsen, Marcy Lucas vs. Nancy Donnell and Marianne Christopherson vs. Jerry Strieski. Class AB-9 will pit Sis Eise- hut vs. Eleanor Dase, Betty Nelson vs. Elsie Keleske, Mabel Barton vs. Vi Herzog and Mitzie Smith vs. Helen Madden, with Ada Postorino bve. In Class C it will be Barbara Skousted vs. Helen Griffith and Muriel Miller vs. Ruth Ann Pettibone, with Yola Mata grano bye. Elmer Knudsen, club champion at Johnson Park, begins defense of his title in August match play against Earl Whip pie in the championship upper flight. And in the lower flight, Hank Ruppel, who lost in the finals 3-1 a year ago to Knudsen, takes on John Aroks. Match play for August also is set for the Johnson Park Women's Club. The pairings: MEN Cbawpionahla rilihl (Uppar Braokat* Elmar Knudun vi. Karl Whtppla, Kan Holland vi. Al Bcbradar, Oava Amundaan VI. Bin Soranien, Oiok VanDyka vi. John Mattohek. Prank Romano vt. Tom Koat< tine, Don Studay vi, Don Petaraan. Ivan Hjorlneia vs. Ve^n Janien, CbrU Rain *k, Btan Litranta. (Lowar Braokat) Hank Ruppel vi. John Aroki, Harry Anderson vs. John Balarno, Bob Uadsan vs. Dick Connar, Ray Vanturlnl vs. Kan Linstroth. Joe PIsanallo vs. Dick Colt, 8sm Yoghourtjiaii vs. llmcr Btacay, John Hesich VI. Larry Hjortness, Roy Raaiaan vs. Herman OitarberB. PIrat Pllibl (Uppar •raokal) Cilia Schumann vs. Ralph Karltate, Bid MIkulaolcy vs. Lou Bansriaeutto, Kan Bath vs. Don Olian, Bill Roisman vi, Bam Pullce, Wally demons vs. Btava flad« Ion. Julius Kovaoh va. Hal Brown, Hat< lie Petarion vs. Ocry Lthman, John Julian VI. Euiana Panyk. (Lavar araakat) 10 va. Prank Brlokaon, Irnia Vanturlnl vs. Btava Bosak, Oana Baahlan vs. Mike Btspanlan, Ola OIkon va. Jot vanturlnl, Prank Basil vi. Al Vi Chuok Camarda vi. Bill Po«. Ban H< vs. Prad Btrta, Al Ruppal vi. Ital vanturlnl. Bavas vs. Art Johnson, Jack Oarabedtan vs. Oeoria Larson, Bam Oadlan vs. Btan- lay Choslai, John Orcnntr vi. Prad Wll- latts. Milt aragory va. Ed Keritan. Ruse Boldus vs. Harry Pornary, Don Nahmar vs. Jack Poweri, Br. (Lawar Bracket) Ed Katslar vs. Richard Hatelton, Itaw- art Close vs. Alai ModastI, Don Millar vs. Pat Conner, Jaka Brdmann vs. Lance Clausen, JIhn OInter vs. Rois Duncan, Lou Wliman vs. Dan Hill, Warren Mlel- ka vs. BUI Oracn, Paul Badlon vs. Ous Patrakls. WOMEN'S Class A—Laona Perkins vs. Rosa Hartman. Rosa VanDyka vs. Maria Juadls, Pat Meslnli vs. Mary Marosli, Jean Myrnold, bye; Bdal Colt vs. Bis Erdman, Doris Parrell, bye; Alice Petersen vs. Ellen Wolff Mavis Christensen, bye. Class a—Mary Jana Hush vs. Mai Juras, Emily Phelps, Doris PIrk and Clara Hougaard, byes; Irma Helm vs. Ruth Mllholland. June Kraemer. Oreta Jacobien and Barbara Thorsen. byes. Class C—Rosemary Chamberlain vs. Arllne Eby, Nancy Clausen vs. Bhirlay Dougaard, Pat Hogan vs. Edna Clausen, Haial Woodward vs. Jean Mohrbackar. JAYCEE NET MEET PHOENIX —im— Two hundred young tennis players will compete next week in the sixth annual International Junior Chamber of Commerce junior and boys tournament. Pa(o •aeent Plight iNdtr, mok' bra Dafias -TS-ar -t .-HSil, Mlm^^^ Was -R- jngion, O.C. 10. Paul Pander, Brookllna, WKLTBRWEIOHT CHAMPION — Don *"«•'•». calif. 1. Buaar Hart, vllle,. J. Charles Bootl Pa 4. «.>Ph -Dy ^^^-Ni >-«iri?:^^^^^^^^^ Dannls Moyar, Porlland, Ore. •. Caspar Mexico. 7. Luis Rodrlguei, Cuba. •. Dullio Lol. Italy, t. Isaac Logart, Cuba. 10. Plorenttno Parnandei, Cuba. ^LIOHTWEIOHT CHAMPION - Joa 5!l2.'"V„?5"'t5'"'l*i»- *• <i»rlos Ortls. New York, N.Y. a. Kenny Lane, Muskegon Mich. 3. Paoll Roil, Italy, i, Dave S»'V'"S''<,«"«'t"''i.*- Johnny Busio, New JlSL"* ST.-. Armstead. Los An- Calif. 7. Len Matthews, Phlladel- trifj P».i. Johnny Oonsalves, Oakland, Ca J. f. Bobby Bcanlon, Ban Pranolsco PEATHERWBtOHT CHXMPION-Davay Moore. Bprlnaflald, Ohio. 1. Hogan Kid Baiiey, l/jgerTa. a. Harold Qomai. Provl- Texas' Jergensen, Houston, _ BANTAMWEIGHT CHAMPION — Joa Becerra, MexWso. I Alphonse Hallmi, Prance, a. Plero Rollo, Italy. 3. Josa To- luco Lopes, Mexico. PLYWEIOHT CHAMPION — Pasaual Pares, Argentina. 1. Badao Yolta, Japan. \- .""I Kingpetch. Thailand. J. Ramon Arias, Vanasuala. Liddle Botting Daryl Beahlen. Red Box Mike Anderson, Cubs .. Jim Leseowici,Cardinala Dick HIavka, Olants ... Daryl Robay, Cubs Bob Btrausser, Braves .., John Grass, Braves ...., Bcott Leigh, Tigers ... Karl Rudat, Braves AB R R .10 10 ai 31 t 16 .17 I II .11 4 7 .30 4 13 .la 1 7 .14 4 • .13 7 to .15 • a ,10 4 • .13 t • 31 l! It LarrylTrauVaVcardlnals '!!!il 3 S Rick Luccassen, Orioles 30 4 • Joe Vallnar. Dodgers M 13 13 Wei Pinager, Braves 14 t • Mike Orth, Red Box 3113 11 Jeff Bailee, Red Box 11 13 14 Ken Krauae, Tigers 10 3 • Pellx yncocencio. Orioles ... il a • Howard Olson, Athletics .. Randy Bavagllo, Braves ... Jack Qoldsworthy, Red Box • ilat Allan Hagoplan^bj-lola.^^^ II Joe Vallner, Dodgers Daryl Beahten., Red Box Ynooanelo, Orioles Orth. "•'i,85«. i^rtEo ^ Vallner, Dodgers _ Qoldiworlhy. Red Box Beahlen, Bed Box Berimann, Red Box OroV Tigers .^^^^ Orth. Red Box , Thorsen, Cubs Beahlen. Red Box Crane, Braves Oraia. Braves Krauae, Tigers Taliima, Olants _ Berimann, Red Box Mueckler. While Box Phalps. Dodgers Ava .700 .«N .Ml Mlt .000 .113 ,671 .IM .131 .MO .too .414 .470 .4lt .4tO .413 .431 .434 .434 .431 .431 .411 ...t .. .4 ...1 .31 .,lt ..14 .. I W L BO ..4 0 47 ..4 0 34 .4 0 11 ..3 0 33 .3 0 31 ..3 0 It .1 0 31 .,1 0 II .1 1 17 .1 1 31 JOHN QUICK ,. Junior Runner>up... Six Home Enliven Y' Runs Tilt All-stars of the Liddle League American division, the Pacific Coast loop and the Pony League won victories Saturday, the American division trimming the Nationals 9-5, the Pacific Coast taking the Southern Association by the same 9-5 edge, and the Ponies beating the Colts 9-7. Six home runs marked the American All-star win as the Americans counted all their runs in the last three innings after trailing 2-0. Daryl Baeh- len. Rocky Falaschi. Jack Goldsworthy and Jeff Baillee homered for the winners, Wes Pinager and Butch Usty for the losers. Allen Rognerud was the winning pitcher and hammered home three runs to lead the Pacific Coast stars to their win. Pete Nelson had three hits to lead the Southern Association stars. Harvey Hilliard was the winning pitcher ai the Pony All- stars beat the Colts. Three-run homers by Jim Martin and Gene Hansen sparked the Pony attack with Martin hitting four for five. Bleeack In l-Hltter In other Y ball Saturday the Pirates blanked the Cards 14-0 with Gene Blesack allowing just one hit and fanning 11. In another Pony loop game the Senators drubbed the Indians 9-4 with Bill Russell fanning six and allowing four hits. Herb Reinders'and Tony Falduto led the hitters, each going three for four. In American Association play the Cats beat the Colonels 10-3 behind six-hit pitching by wjn- ner Jim Horvath and reliefer Jim McGowan. Dick Domanic of the winners had a triple and three singles in four tries and Scott Zierke of the losers was three for three. The Buffs took the Indians 13-4 with winning pitcher Dave Back allowing three hits, fanning eight. Chuck Spader led the batsmen with four for four. In Liddle League play the Phillies bombed the Orioles 114 as R. Wuerzberger pitched six-hit ball to win. A big leven- run inning did the trick. Steva Leafe of the winners led at th« plate with three hits in four tries. YMCA Stondings Braves Cubs Dodgers Olants Phlllias Cardinals LIDDLE LEAOUB NatUnal Amatlea* W LI Red Box White Boi Athietiea Yankeaa Tigers Orioles AMEBIOAN ASBO0MTH )N Eastara ~ Bainu Banatora Colonels Mlllara Indiana Pirates Athletioa Radtege Mountiaa Padres Baavera Lookout* Craokera Ohicka W L{ Bears Cats Buffa Cards Eagles PONY tHavu W LI s BOVTHE; W L • 1 fl 3 3 4i Westara Cardinal! Benatora Indiana rAOIPli:) OOABT W LI Ralnlera Kk >f *]l«BN. Voluntaara Pelicans Travalsra YMCA Baseball MONDAY ajw a.ra. Bo. Association. LookouU vt. Palican*. (Rainout game ol June II), 1:00 a.m. Bo. Assoeiation. Cbleka vo. Pony Lcaaua. Bmatera VB. Llddta Laagua, Tlcars va. Craakars. (Pony Btadlura. Rainout IHM 01 June 13). t:lt p.m. ' Radlajs t:ir p.m. aianu TCEBDAT 1:00 a.m. Paelfle Coast, Baa* va. Baav p2i??s ?iRn/Kl'dW»" ^^J »:4I a.m. Paaifia Coast. Bess va. MowH cJinafi ^, t:ll p.m. Amar. AMoelatton, Batr* va. •anator* (Pony Btadlum. " • or May aid) ^jlilO p.m. ixli WBONBBOAT 1:00 a.m, Bo. Aaaoeiatlon, Chlaka va. Travelers (Rainout game ot June StU» l -.OO am. Be. Association, LookoHts v% J'junVaitl,?"' I: II p.m. Llddla Latgua, CardtaaU va. Olant* t :55 p.m. Llddla Laaaua, White Boa v% Orloles^jPony Btadlum. Rainout Bama al a:00 a.m. Paoitio ihlbition, colu va. Wbtataa, Beavers (Rainout Coast, Padraa vf. - tame ot July 3MI .,a :oo a.m. Paelflo coast, IOIOB* va. Mountles (Rainout game of July M. Pony Btadlum) 1:11 p.m. Amar. Aaaoeiatlon, Bufft va. Oats till p.m. Pony .Loagua, Indiana va. Pirates (Rainout tame of May Ud) PBIDAY l:tf p.m. Liddle Leagua, CardlnaU va. Phillies (Rainout game of May 8M) tilt pjn. Liddle Laaaua. 1^ Boa va. TIaers (Pony Btadlum. Rainout gama air May 31d) BATOBOAT a:00 a.m. Amar. Assoeiation, OolOMla vs. Eaales (Rainout aama ot May aid) _,a:00 a.m.. Pony League, Banatora va. Pirates (Rainout aama ot June lath) l;4t a.m. Llddla Laaaue, Athlattea va. Yanks (Rainout game of May aSd) .,f:00 p.m. Exhibition, Minor L*a««*a All Star Oame ^ 1:00 p.m. Liddle Leaauf, Tlfara va. Cardinals^ (Rainout game of July lltB Pon^Btadlum) p^. Llddla ^''p*!^ Olinta va. Braves (Rainout game of May 3ad) 1:00 p.m. Exhibition, YMCA Colls va. Woodlawn Boys Club ot JaeksoB Park. Illinois (Pony Btadlum) CROWDED FAnWAYS ~ Golf fani crowded around tiM fairwair. firit te«, and firat grMn. ti PGA tou«MflMiit ih Minneapolii ntared the cUii|fuiih| fttgt. Sam SiiMd> th« old Mtor who hMn't boon <^ writ, tted off tboviu

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