The Evening Free Press (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 151, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 9, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE EVENING FREE PRESS, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 191J.
LIVE SPORTING NEWS AND GOSSIP
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Galveston ... .
San Antonio .
Oklahoma City 2. Vustln 2.
Fort Worth 6. Houston 5
*sn Antonio 0. Dallas 4
Waco 4. Galveston ?.
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OKLAHOMA CITY 3, AUSTIN 2.
Austin. Texas, May 9 - (Special.)~
Solid Ivory was the distinguishing char-
acterlatic of Monday's game with the
Mets, and It waa due to the SiJld ivory
top-piece work by Mr. Savelan 1. the noted
home athlete, that Austin lost the lash
with the gentlemen from Oklahoma City.
The Ntaitllng exhibition of bone-hend-
•Uneas nine In the ninth frame, when
the right fielder of the home noys tripled
to rlghtfleld and then stood like u
wooden Indian < n third while Noyes
.lag a hall from beneath the grandstand.
There was no reason for Saveland not
scoring the run that would have won
the game for Hears bunch of willing
workers. However, the player chose to
watch proceeding* rather than run **
distance of 9ft feet to the home plate.
Take it from one of the most
enthusiast!) supporters that Austin
has. the Mets have some team. re-
gardless of what the players have
done at other cities around the
Texas league circuit, yesterday they
showed that they are really ball players.
This Is particularly true of Kuppan and
White. Thoae who guard the outer gar-
dens worked finely all through yester-
day's game and stabbed anything like
a rhance that came their way. Austin
showed with Ita new outfielder. Pennell,
secured Sunday from Fort Worth, and
thin athlete Is th« goods He did not,
to be sure, have any chance to show
today, but the home lot boys are bunk-
ing on him, and he la bound to deliver
the goods whenever Manager Clear calls
on him for an extra effort.
Outside of what you have Already
read, here's Rome facts anout today's
game. The nothing doing sign was fly-
In* prominently to the breeze ou the
home lot thla afternoon until the third
frame when Cook walked and was
brought on In home with the firBt run
of the game, when Gardner ripped off
a stinging double to t enter. The home
boys tallied again In the fifth on a brace
n< Mngles hv <5. Smith and Cook. G.
Smith accomplishl"- the feat of cross-
ing the oyster. That was two.
Tn the next session. Kappan was safe
n< the first station by an error accom-
plished by McDonald lie advanced a
short distance when Noyes hit safely to
Total 34 4 7 24 I 1
•Matted for Gibson In the ninth.
••Ilatted for lllrsch tn lh« ninth.
Scon- by Innings
San Anotonlo 400 200 « • 1
(•alias 100 000 IMO 4
Summary: Innings witched, by Kvans I
2-3; by lllrsch 7 1-3. runs mad*
Kvans 4. «ff lllrsch 'J: hits apuori
off Kvans 4. off lllrsch H; two base nits.
Wallace, Wakefield, Thimllklll: throe base
hit Covaleskl: home run, McDonald: sac-
IVt. rlflce hits. Kns. Johnston, Tullos; struck
out. by Gray 7, by llirsuh 4; bases on
halls, by Kvans 1. by lllrsch 2; left on
.524 bases San Antonio I. Dallas 6: double
.f.oo plays, Kns to Forsythe, Murphy to Kns;
.480 ; wild pitches, by Gray 1; stolen bases, Mc-
.4T ." Donald, I«emon.
.44o ( Tim., of game: One hour and forty-five
FORT WORTH 6, HOUSTON 5.
Houston, Texas, May 9.—Thoae ball
players on the Houston team, who are
I ball players to the extent of six, played
baseball Monday while the other three
j tossed away to Fort Worth a game their
Uomrades' bats had already won.
i The score.
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VICTORY WAS FLUKE
Hard to Realize that Fire-
man Could Win so Eas-
ily from Kaufman.
New York, May 'J Jim Flynn's win
over Al Kaufman the other night tn
Kansas City, Is the talk of the sporting
world, hut Jim will have to show more
Spee.l than that before he will be even
mentioned as an opponent for the colored
Jim's knockout over Kaufman was such
a surprise that many still believe that btg
Al was double crossed In the deal. Kauf-
man had already knocked Flynn out. in
nine rounds «t Los Angeles h few years
ago, and this bout looked so far "In"
mat there wasn't a bet recorded here in
It doesn't matter much now, however,
whether Jim Is the real goo Is or not so
he has knocked out Al Kaufman, the
best big white heavyweight In the world
And that alone Is gome trick.
Philadelphia Jack O'Brien la the only
other man who ever performed siich a
feat at that time, big Al was a mere
Flynn Will grab many a bucket of dough
before the public forgets his flpht with
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Pete Shaughnessy vs. Young Mc-
Farland, welterweight. fifteen
- ; rounds.
0j# Young Scott vs. Guy Helmlck,
u,# lightweights, eight rounds.
„ 1 * Young Applcgate vs. Arthur
1 | * Smith. lightweights, six rounds,
u Carl Larson vi
\ j I? shaw, six rounds.
Totals ?.:> 6 12 27 18 1
•Hatted fur Hornsby In ninth.
Score by innlngn
Houston non nort on— s
Fort Worth 000 210 oo:t ti
Summary: Innings pitched, by Nollv
8 1-3, Robertson 2-3; bits apportioned,
off Nolly 7. ltobertson 0; three-base hits.
Thomas, Salm: sacrifice hits. .Tolly, Allen,
Howard; sacrifice fly-outs, Salm. Davis;
struck out. by Nolly 3, Robertson 2.
Hornsby; bases on balls, bv Hornsby 3,
Nolly 6; batters hit. by Nolly 1; left on
bases, Houston !. Fort Worth ti: passed
balls. Allen; stolen bases. Morris, Powell
2. Flllman 2. Davis 2.
Time -of game: Two hours and eighteen
Brady and Spencer.
WACO 4, GALVESTON 2.
! . -Wohleben's
lay's game tor
two home runs won
center and went to third when White j u, Navlsators the snn.t rmh«
duplicated the catcher's stunt Then J"* •;aM«al0"' \n* «nd _ ( rahs
nine Yohe, who slammed the pill to i.'* V ^ f of n * 1
■ enter for a sack and In the Interval
both Kappan and Noyes scored.
Again in the tenth. Oklahoma Cltv
scored and tinked the game awav In
that club's bat bag. Jackson hit to
tight and came In when Noyes lifted tho
ball to center for three bags.
AB. R. H
was pitted against Grove: Brandt, a
pitcher secured by Galveston from Si
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Pete Shaughnessy celebrates his re.urn
to an oklahoma City ring and Young Mc-
r aiiand will be up against a nmn that
will make him extend himself to the ut-
most when thes,. welterweights meet In
the fifteen round main event of the box-
ing exhibition staked by itie oklahoma
City Gymnasium club tonight.
Shaughnessy has not boxed here for
several months, but Young McKarland
has had three engagements recently, the
most Important of whlcti —as the con-
test in which he re operated from an
early handicap and won over Soldier Mil-
ler Shaughnessy al^o holds a victory
In the semi-wlndup will appear Young
Scoti and Guy Helmlck, both tough light-
weights. and the other preliminary boys
have boxed before local crowds before.
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
ON OLD TIME SPEED
(By SAM CRANE)
New York. May 9. -Frank Chance an 1
Ids Chicago ciiuh will bugln a four gamo
kcri«*H with the Giants upon American
League Park Tuesday afternoon, and as
tlds Is the day of tl>« first Invasion or
the Kast by Western clubs, a line will be
afforded on the comparative strength of
tho team* of the different sections.
It can be said, however, with a good
deal of truth, as well as the Tightness,
that the Glarts will be obliged to play
n good ileal more with their heads than
they did yesterday In Boston to make the ,
Cubs back up, or any other Western team
for that matter.
It Is expected that Mutthewson Will he '
trotted out uaalnst the Cubs Tuesday
afternoon, Matty has done nothing \\>ry
wonderful thus far this season. Ho la
using Ids head Just,as much as ever, but !
there are some w'm think his arm Is not i
what It was. There Is Just a chance that '
those two old rivals, Matty and Minor j
Brown. wl|| hook up. If tho weather bo |
good there will be an enormous crowd on
tho hill top to welcome the Invader®.
PRIZE RING GOSSIP
New York. May 9.—Montana Jack Sul-
livan beat Sailor Burke In a ten-round
bout a' tlie Olympic A. C. Monday night.
From the start Sullivan carried the fight
Chicago—George "Knockout" Brown
will be the first opponent Jimmy dabby
has met since his return from Australia.
The Hammond middleweight has signed
articles to meet the fighting Greek in a
ten-round contest before the Hammond
A. C. on the night of May IS.
Philadelphia -Bully Berger of Pittsburg I
heat Jimmy Glavln of Annapolis. Md., in j
a sIv-round bout at the American A. C. ;
Dayton, O.—Frank Mantell and Jack j
Herrlck of Chicago fought a fifteen-
round draw near here Monday night. Far' J
Denning of Chicago and Tommy Hudson ,
of Toronto fought ten rounds to a draw
In the preliminary.
Lexington, Kv. — Andy Bezenah of Cin-
cinnati got the decision over FreddO
Cole of Indianapolis after fifteen round1*
of fast fighting before the Star A. l£.
Buffalo, N. Y .lack Twin Sullivan,
weighing thirty pounds less than young
Ross of New Castle, pa., put It all over
the Pennsylvania "White Hope" In a
ten-round battle here Monday night. Had
Ross been able to land, he might have
put his comparatively light opponent to
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BY PETIT DECISION
Springfield ,111., May 9.—The state sen-
ale Tuesday will take a hand In the rul-
ing of Judge Adelor Petit In Chicago,
whereby Edward Tilden, George Benedict
and William C. Cummings were relieved
from appearing before the state senate
Investigating committee, which Is probing
Info the bribery charges In connection
with the election of William Lorlmer to
the United States senate.
Lieutenant Governor Oglesby has put
it up to that body to decide whether an
appeal will !>♦ taken from Petlt'a de.i-
hlch he overrode the state sen-
lefied them. It is almost cer-
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Score by innings:
Austin ..ooi Old 000 0 2
oklahoma Cltj ..two 002 000 1 -3
Summary Two-base hit. by (iardner:
three-base hits, by Saveland. Noyes: sae.
j rlflce hits, by Saveland, Cowan; struck
out. h\ Ashton 5. by Lingenfelder bases
on balls, by Ashton 2. by Lingenfelder 7;
Uft on bsses, Austin 7, Oklahoma City
3; double plays. Cook to Smith to Gard-
. ner Cowan to Casey to Jackson.
Time of game One hour and forty-
Cmplres: Mat'news and Goodman.
SAN ANTONIO 6. DALLAS 4.
San Antonio, Texas. May 9 —Pounding
Evans and Hlrs n to ihe four corners of
the universe. th< Bronchos wre«"hed the
open-'d from the Giants here Monday 6
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Wallace. :s. . .
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Thrailkill, 3b. .
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Mich., Ma\ 9- Detroit ba? -
ar* expected at Bennett pork
umbers this week for morning
Adrian C. Anson, for a score
the greatest ball player and
manager of them nil, has announced that
he would work out with the Tigers dur-
ing his stay here and show the present
feneration that he still can bat .100 and j pion( 1,,
play a good game at first.
. .—77, , ... ,, i tRln that an appeal will be taken.
New ^ ork Ii a, of tln> suit of .lo in . • j ,j*j,e investigating committee Is sohed
War,! jina'.nst I'.yron Han. roft .Tolm.nn. , hj m(i(„ >(J.iln Tl,„,lay a,,ernon
president of th American league, but lt is jjke|y no testimony will I
I alleged slander con^s up Tuesday In the , bp(.a„Kf, ()f tho un,.er(ajn poalt;,
United S.ates clrcu t com . | commjttee a" a result of Petlt'i
Chicago—Johnny Evers Is in good j ruling.
health and spirits Tuesday after suffering
for four <lays from a nervous breakdown, j BODY OF MISSING
lie expects to sMrt cast In a couple of „T__r ^ _______
days to Join the team CHILD IS FOUND
FUBEST FIRES IN BEEFTHIiSI HEW)
FIR NORTHWEST ICIII III MM
Winnipeg, Man.. May V. Fanned by a
high wind, fbrest fires ar « raging along
the international boundary line in Sas-
katchewan and Manitoba, and many
towns and large saw mills are in danger.
Hundreds of men are fighting the
flames, and the Canadian railway is send-
ing out relief trains from every available
point with recruits.
Fires are occuring at Swan river, Dau-
phin and at the foot of the Ridge moun-
tains. Many settlers have lost every-
thing, bridges have been destroyed and
miles of telegraph poles burned.
The situation In the Prince Albert dis-
trict is alarming, and fires did consid-
erable damage on the outskirts < f Hud-
son Bay Junction and Wafeklng.
Total 32 4 5 27 17 0
Score by innings:
Galveston ooo n;o 000 2
Waco 000 300 ooi—t
Summary Two haae lilt Price; home
runs, .lames. Wohleban 2; sacrifice hits.
Bran.lt. Redmond; struck out. by Brandt
4. by < >gles 1: bases on balls, by Brandt
1. ogles .1; team errors on Brandt 1;
first base on error* Price, left on bases
Oalveston 5. Waco 2.
^ Tjpi . of game: One hour ami t«*ntv.
Detroit S. Chicago 2.
Boston 4, New York 0
St. Louis 4. Cleveland 2
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ft NATIONAL LEAGUE.
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: LEGAL BATTLE II
Chicago—The Illinois-Missouri league :
season will open Tuesday with game* : s j
follows: Champaign at Clinton. Lincoln J
at Taylorvllle and Pekln at Canton.
s prep 1 ring t'
vill endeavor to have necessarv changes
nadc in the American league schedule.
Chicago. May ! - After a series of
en weeks. In which N'or them Illinois
scoured by police, school children
op ratlves of charity organizations,
body of little Elsie Paroubek, who
was | Los Angeles. Cal . May !i. The first
and real clash between District Attorney
the ; Fredericks and lawyers for the defense of
was j John J. McNamara, accused of being the
Chicago. May V.—Edward Hines, lum-
ber millionaire and the tnfln who I? de-
clared lo have "put Lorlmer o\'er" Wffh
the $100,000 corruption fund raised to
buy the stale legislature, will have to
tell the United. States officials all he
knows about the rebating alliance be-
tween the "Tug Trust" and the lumber
A subpoena has been issued for him •
government officials, but deputy United
States marshals have been unable *,o
lt Is charged that the Weyhauser lum-
ber Interests obtained big rates from the
"Tug Trust." Monopolistic tyranny wm
> omplained of by a number of Chlcag >
| tugmen. who testified that a bribe
I $10,000 was offered to Captain Charles A
I McCarl. former president of the Tugmen'a
Protective association, to wink at the
\iolalions of the tug trust.
The government seeks to learn why
! nines' vessels receive some tug services
fiee, while othdr vessels have to pay 'ho
regular posted tariff. It is charged that
ihe Sherman anti-trust act has been vio-
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X WESTERN ASSOCIATION. V.
STANDING or THE TEAMS.
Won. Lout. I'll
Coffey vl lie
esponslble for the running meet which
will occur at the state fair grounds be- I
- ginning .nine IS. announces that E. C.
• *«# #*«•«« t! # j! Smith or w York l.as hen "TO"'1;'*' j
presiding Ju.lge of ra.es. unil Ar.hm
STANDING Or THE TEAMS. I McKnight of Kansas City as off! Hi j
p t starter.
'j.1. ' "Red" McClain, the well-known form ,
1 fiRl i chart man, is In the city and will have j
6321 charge of the daily form sheets of the
The Post Card Shop
Roy croft Mottoes
Main and Robinson
RESULTS YESTERDAY. i
Tulsa 11. independence 9.
Coffeyvllle 4. Sapulpa ?.
Joplln 10, Springfield 2.
Muskogee-Fort Smith; no game sched-
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STANDING OF THE TEAMS.
Won. Lo«t. Pet.
Memphis 11 7 *11
New Orleami $ ,5^9
Atlanta !> \> $00
Montgomery y y . :,0rt
Mobile !> ,;.rm
I Na*hvl!!e !t ? .500
Hlrminghani s jrt .144
Chattanooga 8 1U .(14
! chattanooga 13. Atlanta «.
| Mobile 7. Birmingham 3.
| Nashville 6, Memphis 1
j Only three games scheduled.
GOVERNOR GRAY FAVORITE.
j Lexington. Ky., May The field tor
the classic Kentucky derby, which will
be run at Churchill Downs, Louisville,
Jon, Saturday, now numbers twel\> and
1 turfmen say It is th. highest claja fiei 1
]in years. It Is Indicated that Q ivernor
|(iray will go t0 the poat a atrong favorite.
Pittsburg . . .
New York is ■
Chicago II 1 . " 24
Cincinnati 7 S .4*7
Boston 8 14 . '.R4
St. Louis . 4 dl! .2.10
1 Brooklyn 5 IS .250
Philadelphia 5, Brooklyn 0.
Pittsburg 4. St. Louis 2
Boston New York 4.
Only three games scheduled.
TO MEET BRITONS
■ Cleveland baseball club , ...
rilit\ Sundav games and 1 believed to have been kidnaped from her j principals in the blowing up of the 1a s
j home, has been found In tho drainage • Angeles Times buildlnf* came Tuesday,
anal at Lockport. ] when the latter asked Judge Bordwcll to
According to th • police Tuesday, there | fjx bond for the defendants.
] is some doubt that she was kidnaped. ;il- 1 The offense charged that the nineteen
HORSES COMlWLr (though th are unable to explain how ,.,dlctments agalnat the men is bailable,
TTTir>T:1 TUTlPIPrP 8,U: ,?0, so far 'rom h0m0, if J,,ie waa not land the lawyers Insist tliat the bond be
xliijivJj i? l/XC 1 taken there. fixed despite the fact that such actlu.i
_ . i Every camp In the ,,a'' might not give hi mhis freedom.
1 , , , ... „ *"> xoarched (or hor l.f«u t she „ b.,|evKl M.Namara's counsel are
TI . OkUliorna City JQckeN club, whl .11 simultaneously with a band of. alteniptlng to for,.p lhe (.ourt lnto
eamp.itK n. ai i ]nlcal error by refusing to Krant ball. |
Officials of the district attorney's of - j
fice Tuesday declared there would be no '
additional arrests until Matthew Schmidt j
and David Kaplan, the other two men In-
dicted <ni charges growing out of the '
dynamiting of the Times building, an [
I Chicago, May 9.—An unldentlfli.l Ital- I lt |„ nicely, however, that two Call for. j
I Ian was stabbeil to .leath In an allev at who name,l bv r>rtiP M 1
Other officials who will preside rear 0f g07 Miller street at midnigiit
at ti e races have not been selected as an,| two men who killed him escaped.
yet, but will be within the next few j They are believed to be members of lhe
day-4. I Chicago Mafia, which has terrorised r >i i-
Some of the horses have already began dents of the north ride and west side
to arrive at the « -ack. although the meet j Italian colonies for fifteen months.
is still over a month off. Most of the; The unidentified man is the forty-first j Parle> Mnv o.—Despite warning from
thoiougi breds arr being shipped directly victim of the black hand since January 1. |oermany against French soldiers
lthough some coma 1910. He was stabbed six times and Im-
| mediate!) alter found, a search was start-
• ed for the slayers.
MAFIA GETS ITS
FORTY FIRST VICTIM
j Manigal in ids confession, will be arrested |
soon as their records can be examined !
FRANCE DEFIES GERMANY.
T. P A. HOLDS ELECTION.
The annual meeting for election of
officers of the Oklahoma division of the
Travelers" Protective Association of
America resulted as follows: president,
c« \\ Andrees. first vice-president. W.
.1 M- I.eod; second vice-president. J. B.
Jeffries. third vice-president, L. E.
Johnson; fourth vice-president, A. W.
Hovd; fifth vice-president, M. L. Wolfe:
secretary and treasurer, J. It. McClung.
QUARREL OVER GIRL
CAUSES 3 DEATHS
! living Pe7. Morocco, War Minister Ber-j
jtegu Tuesday Issued orders to Oeneral |
Monler. In Morocco, t > proceed with all
'haste to Fe . the Moroccan capital.
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London, May <> - A great International
athletic meet between the combined
forces of Harvard and Yale of America
v , , . , . , , , . .leririfP «mr*i VKWtiipmueiii, n. « • |
an,i Oxf..r,i ano i ambrldge of fcnglan.l u I
will, in nil probability, be held at Shep
perds Hush on July G. The English uni
\orsltles hav e Jointly challenged tlu> The board of directors Is composed of J quarreled over tho girl. The stranger
American universities. lt Is reported | (1u# y j fjallup, S. II. Harrelson, j drew a revolver and began firing. His
E. S. Marx, F. W. Cardwell and C. F. j first shot fntally wounded Unger. The
Adams As physician of the association, „PX-t killed the girl, the third killed an-
Dr. Wahl was chosen and as chaplain, otber visitor at the place, and with the
Milwaukee. Wis. May P Two men
and a girl were killed and another mai'
was fatally wounded in a battle over the
siain woman In a questionable resoi i
here early Tuesday.
John I'nger and an unidentified
Tuesday that Yale and Harvard have
cepted the terms of the Britons.
It Is understood that an innovation
tlonal games will be
, , , c. nalrrl, pastor of tho (ourth bullet the aliyer killed hlmielf.
1 aiirlnt. The program will Inrluse Jrtr,t l'resbyterlan church. Retiring
also a 100-yard dash, quarter mile, half, president K r (lallup was .hose:, ,lelr MIMTSiPPB
one mile, two miles, hurdles, high Jump, gate to the nest annual convention of j All-EiD JY1XJNio 1 £iXv
broad Jump and hammer throwing ! the national Association to be held at
Philadelphia In June.
FARMERS FIGHT RECIPROCITY
KILLS HIS WIFE
The boxing contest that was to have
Uk«n pUoa between Jess Willard and I 0hlcagOi May 9'-I>. clarlng war on
Bill Schiller at the new arena on I President Taft and ('anadlan reciprocity,
the Interurban line between Oklahoma , «lelegates from MlmivKOta and the
CHy and Kl Reno next Thursdax has j j ag0taH. representing 35,000 farmers, met
been postpone,l for one week, on account tn Chicago and then went on to Wash-
of th.- uncertainty or street ear service hngt0n to appear before the senate com-
resultlng from the present agitation, mittee on Thursday. Their spokesman.
Willard and Schiller .1 e heavyweight^, p Collins, editor uf the N'orthw. stern
an.1 Die flghi nas to have gone fifteen , Agriculturist Minneapol!-. will utato the
rounds. | i.ostion of the farmers in the Northwest*
Murphytboro. 111., May 9.—Charging his i
wife with Infidelity, the Rev. James Free-
man, residing south of Murphysboro, fob j
lowed his wife Into the cellar of their
home and cut her throat, death occurring 1
almost instantly. Freeman Is 70 years oi l
and his wife S6 years old.
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