The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, July 30, 1957, Page 6, Image 6

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    By JIM VANCE, Sports Editor
To help fishermen refresh their
memories in moments of need or
just plainly for their own passive
recollection, a good fellow by the
name of Lord Calvert has pro
duced a new vest-pocket diary
card.
Calvert's new production is a
complimentary sort of thing eas
, ily enough obtained by penning a
request to Lord Calvert, in care
of Fisherman Press, Inc., Oxford,
Ohio. The former has turned out
this card it might be added) with
the cooperation of the Fisherman
Magazine.
It's a colorful little card enti
tled "Fishing Records," on the
yellow cover. Inside are ruled lines
and sections for recording the
year of the catch, the type fish,
the weight and a section entitled
"Caught."
THE LATTER doesn't have a
question mark after it, so rather
than a "yes" or "no" fitting into
this area, the only alternative is to
assume the recording here was
meant to answer where it was
"caught."
There is room for 34 different
records to be marked and on the
back cover are listed world's
records for various lake and river
fish. They include the rainbow
trout mark of 37 pounds made at
Lake Pend Oreille, Ida., in 1947,
a fresh water record of 39'i pounds
for a brown trout made in 18G6
in Scotland and a Wh pound mark
for brook trout made in
on Ninigon River. Ont.
More modern is the smallinoulh
black bass record of 11 pounds,
15 ounces made at Dale Hollow
Lake, Ky. in 1955.
ran
erson ECayoes Jackson Dm Tenth
Three Junior
Legion Spots
Are Decided
The American Legion junior
baseball semi - finals in Oregon
foot when speaking of the size of ? j"sti a!l?Uf T'.h'8 fh "T"
ily, fishermen are apt to forget
their past triumphs. i
Sport fishermen of this area
have always known it, but just re-1
ccntly The Associated Press came
out with a piece devoted to boast-!
ing the great growth of off-shore
fishing on the Oregon coast and
particularly at the mouth of the !
Umpqua Itiver.
To Douglas County fishermen j
this means Winchester Bay and it
means a verification of the fart j
that the catches shore and off-1
shore bring the lucky angler to
being casual about fractions-ofa
his catch
This is in contrast to some of
the inland fishing where catches
are measured by the lucky ones
down to the last fraction of an
inch.
THE HARVEST report on the
Umpqua's creel count made a cou
ple years ago, says the story, is
indicative when the sport started
getting hot. The harvest was some I
IN CLOSING, Lord Calvert in
structs, "You don't have to list
your record catch in the presence
of a jury or answer for it to the
Supreme Court, just keep fishing
and let the records fall where they
may."
And the card is useful, because
after all, "what with other things
on their minds, ' no matter how
trivial, like business or the fam-
100 tons of salmon caught by more
than 21,000 anglers during the sum
mer season.
But salmon aren't the only prize.
Oregon fisheries, the report boos,
are somewhat at a loss to describe
just how good they've got it. The
vast sports fishery there still is
virtually untapped as far as vol
ume is concerned.
11. J. Rayner, chief of the state's
fishery rliviinn nnnr.'ilinns is
1916 quoted as saying that at least
live Kinds of sea perch are avail
able, 15 rock fish, kelp grennling,
lingcod and many others.
"A five-foot lingcod is no rarity,
although it may be a considerable
shock to the inlander used to hand
some sports like brook trout. How
ever, no matter how it looks, it
tastes line."
Responsible for this big off-shore
boom, claims the article's author,
Dion Henderson, is probably the
spinning systqm; a limber spin
ning rod that can handle delicate
baits right up under the nose of
feeding salmon which makes
fishing sporty.
Keglers Victors
In Tournaments
After the conclusion of most of
the big summertime bowling tour
naments in the Northwest and the
submitting of results, Roseburg
howlers indicated in the standings
fared quite well.
Returns from the All-Coast tour
ney in Albany, largest west of the
Mississippi, show that Roseburg
bowlers brought home about 3 per
cent of the total, according to
league secretary, Glen Wellman.
Men s total prizes for Roseburg
was $2,653.50, while the women
brought back $175.75. The only top
place for Roseburg bowlers was
nabbed by Tony DeGroot and Lloyd
Harris in the 170 and under dou
bles.
Other high places included De
Groot Knocking oil mud in the all
events, Chick Monnicr sixth in the
same event, Herb Heinz sixth in the
170-under singles and Bo Boucork
fourth in the special 6-game sin
gles. In Mcdford's Southern Oregon
Tournament prize list it also shows
that Roseburg bowlers copped a
big percentage of the cash as well
as some trophies.
BMA Roll Triumph
The Business Men's Assurance
team became the second Rose
burg team to win the men's team
event in this tournament. J o v i n
I'.rake Supply nabbed first spot in
1955.
Sally Moreno and Anita Nichols
took first place in the women's
doubles, while Sally was at the top
in the all events. Helen Carter also
took fourth in the all-events and
Dell Mix fourth. Nichols was se
cond in the women's singles with a
628 scratch series. She was beaten
out by a Brookings girl with a big
handicap.
Total cash prizes for the men in
Ibis tournament was $1119.50 and
for the women $35ti. This is ap
proximately 14 per cent of the
total prize fund of $7,500.
teams clinched a berth in the play
offs slated to start this weekend.
The Roseburg Lockwood Mo
tors team entered the state semi
finals with two wins over Med
ford. Saturday night, the locals
trimmed Medford 13-1 and then
came back Sunday nigh for a 7-6
victory. ,
Silverton, which will be Rose
burg's opponent in the semis
reached the round of four with a
5-2 victory over Albany Friday.
Silverton, Albany and McMinnville
were in a double elimination tour-
Ref Stops Butchering;
Champ To Resume Drills
6 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Tues., July 30, 1957
FPC Examiner's Decision
Defines Role Of Fisheries
By DION HENDERSON
Anociated Pre Staff Writer
The years-long controversy be
tween fish conservationists and
dam builders may have been
brought down to a single, clear-
hotter issue in the Pacific Northwest.
NEW YORK i Heavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson today
planned the luxury of a day and
a half of loafing after his butcher
ing of Tommy (Hurricane) Jack
son .Monday night.
Then the 22-year-old champ will
resume training for his "fantas
tic" title defense against Pete
Rademacher, the balding, Olym
pic heavyweight champion of 1956,
at Seattle Aug. 22.
He scored a 10th round techni
cal knockout over Jackson at the
Polo Grounds, earning a guaran
teed S175.000. For his defense
against Rademacher. who never
i has fought pro, he will collect a
j $250,000 guarantee.
1 his adds up to S425.000 for two
Company May Build
Unless Marsh's decision is sent
back by the full commission, the, fights within 24 days for the one
Pacific Northwest Power Co. may! time wayward boy who is follow
proceed to build a 225 foot dam ing' in the footsteps of Joe Louis
at Mountain Sheep and a 534 foot j 0 boxing's golden trail,
dam at Pleasant Valley. j
The examiner further stated In , p1,,,ers,on Heav"
his decision that he was "sym-1 Weighing the heaviest of his ca
pathetic to the suggestions of the i reer at 184 pounds and punching
nev. A banv had defeated McMm-icui issue uy a reuerai rower
nville Wednesday night for the Commission examiner.
right to meet 'Silverton for the ti- Should high dams be authorized
He j purely on the basis of being "fea-
Bcnd became the third team tojsible and desirable," with the job
enter the round with a twin vie-! of solving if possible such
tory over Pendleton Sunday by the i problems as salmon migration
scores of 4-0 and 9-8. Pendleton i left up to fishery engineers and
had won a Saturday night game biologists after the dam is built?
5-2 to force it to the third game. That, in substance, is the ques
One Position Open tion answered with a firm yes by
The only area not yet decided examiner Edward B. Marsh. In
is area 2, where Bradford's Motors a decision dated last week, Marsh
of Portland and Forest: ordered a license issued to a util
Grove are still in a playoff. In a : ity combine for two dams on the
Sunday game, Portland defeated ' Snake Itiver, where it flows be-
iinamooK 1:1-5 to Keep its hopes iween uimu .ami wickuii '-"'i,,1 " " i .:. . T. ' siein ended the tarn .t 1-S f th.
alive Forest Grove can gain the miles south of the Washington , "'"JV" " i -th the nrnVT in J,
staff" that an application to build
a high dam downstream at Nez
Perce should be considered.
Nez Perce was picked as a de
sirable flood control site years
ago by the Army Engineers, but
with blinding speed, Patterson won
his I9th straight victory and may
have ended the fistic career of the
fighter known as the "Animal" in
boxing circles.
I hey call Jackson Animal be-
never was recommended hnpanu . cause of his ability to absorb pun
of the expected opposition of fish ' jshment and his tremendous stam
conservationists. i 'na- Blt he took too much for any
Salmon and sea-run trout (steel "east nelore Keteree Ruby Gold-
Roseburg playing Silverton
Roseburg will be host to Silver
ton Saturday night and Sunday
A FEW FIGURES released by afternoon and. if a third game is
the Oregon Slate Game Commis- needed it will he played in Silver
sion show that fish releases Monday night,
through June totaled approximate-1 l',"r "': t-'a""'s at Roseburg an
ly, 9,517,000 fish slocked in lakes 1 additional seating rapacity of 700
and streams ihrnnnhmii ii, tni,. bleacher seats will be installed.
this vear I Those bleachers will come from
title Monday night with a single , line. ! ' ' h X n" " obblingbut on
win over uraillorcl while rorUandt - ju imi, . . . - - T . The 25-vear-nld li-j-nound -hal.
S rSD"lirenroa!a. Voble'nVX m'os? oF the... W. from New. York had been
i unsolved. ; oroppeo inree limes previously,
and had been rocked from head
i Device Being Tasted to toe in almost every round by
However, fishery men testified Patterson's violent bursts. His
needs two straieht to win
(James this weekend will find private vs. public power contra-
Bend playing the winner of the versy in Congress and an even
Bradford - Forest Grove series and i
Big Ten Bars
Indiana Coach
CHICAGO Wl The Big Ten
f tt .
CHAMPION PATTERSON
. . Rademacher comes next
The total weight stocked
the
more than 346,000 -pounds and lhefor 'he remainder of the season.
numDer is an increase ofi
more than three million over the
identical period in 11156. .More than
100,000 pounds of fish were released
in June, the third straight month
in which that figure has been ex
ceeded.
Distribution, continues the com
mission report, has been state
wide, but complicating the present
heavy hauling schedule is the nec-
cessity of storking approximately
seven million Diamond Lake kaiii
loops fry.
WHILE the commission and Or
egon fishing continue to reap the
harvest from Diamond Lake's re
vitalization of a few years ago,
the commission is still siudving the
possibility of treating the Tenmilc
lakes system.
In that system, recently under
taken was m joint study in deter
mine recommendations for possi
ble treatment by the game and
fish commissions.
A year-long study will be made
including productivity of lakes in
the watershed, age anil growth of
studies of important fish sivcics
ana ioiki oi all lisii through stom
ach analysis to determine if any
competition exists between spec
ies.
Then the commission will re
view literature on control meth
ods by trapping, poisoning, selec
tive poisoning by species and any
other methods developed to deter
mine the best possible means
control. A final joint review will j
Ire held to decide the feasibility
of various control methods, con
cludes the storv. 1
n- im-.u-ni-is win lome mini A , ,j 'nnfi-rence in Use w-iice 01 lne 3-100l .Mavtle
l.A"iL bl ""d of da" one0vearrensuesp!nsione oTlS I Cowhlz would" be
that a skimmer device now being 'face was battered and hleedino
tested on the Cowlitz River in There was some confusion at : three in the second round
Washington is being used in an the ringside over the counts of the four in the ninth,
experiment in getting small fish , knockdowns but Goldstein said aft-!
over high dams on their wav lo crwards Jackson was up at the Champ Scores Points
se,a- j count of one in the first round (the j Goldstein and Judges Bill Recht 40 per cent came lo about S134.800,
I'liey also testified, however, bell sounded to end the round), and Joe Agnello all had Patterson i but he had the $175,000 guarantee,
that success at the proposed sitm
oi ine zz.i-ioot .Mavtield Dam
ahead 9 0 scores until the bout was
halted.
Perhaps the most devastating
blow Patterson landed was a
thumping left hook to the body in
the fourth that doubled over Jack
son and made him grimace in
pain. Jackson offered practically
nothing but courage.
Asked why he hadn't gone to the
body more often, Patterson said
Jackson's "elbows made him hard
to hit in the body."
Patterson will rest until
Wednesday when he will return to
his Greenwood Lake, N.Y., camp
to resume work. He said he plans
to leave for Seattle Aug. 12.
Jackson, who struggled to break
loose from Referee Goldstein's
grip when the fight was halted,
muttered, "The referee had no
right to slop it."
If he really meant it he must
have been the only one in the
crowd of 18,101 who felt that way
deep down.
Knock-down Hurts
He admitted he was hurt in the
first round.
"My legs were lazy," he m u t
tered. "They gave me away."
Asked why he did a jig between
most rounds, he replied, "To make
my legs unlazy."
Jackson took a fearful beating
although there wasn't much visi
ble damage afterwards. He had
bled from the nose and had been
puffed around the eyes.
The promotion by dress manu
facturer Emil Lence was the first
heavyweight title fight staged by
an independent since the Interna
tional Boxing Club, ruled a monop
oly bv a federal judge, was formed
in 1919.
and ; The radio-TV sponsor paid $175,
000 and the gross gale may have
hit SIM). 000. On this basis Jackson
received about S64.800. Patterson's
Local Junior Nabs
High Rifle Award
Laurence Vernon McAllis
ter, 16, 1435 SE Pine St., Hose
bnrg, has been presented with
the expert rifleman, medal,
second highest award in Amer
ican Junior shooting by the Na
tional It if lu Assn.
The new expert, who attends
Roseburg High School, is a
member of the Roseburg Jun
ior Riflp Club and has fired
his way through 13 lower NBA
qualifications lo achieve his
new hi:;h rating.
McAllister has one more set
of targets to fire before he will
up his rating to distinguished
rifleman, the select rating for
"Hie junior shooters of the nation.
Sports In Brief
diana Football Coach Phil
no assur-1
ni..i- ance that the same device would
ens, is conducting investigations ! w.or at dam. particularly
of numerous rumors and allega
tions of recruiting violations.
Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wil
son said Monday "there are few
at Nez Perce.
Atarsh said, on this point:
"It would seem to follow, then,
that Nez Perce could never bs
cr complaints from Big Ten i'1' " a "s
schools in wncral circulation unJP'oblem which cannot be solved
dcr the new financial aid plan mi
unless and until the dam is built. : EAST MEADOW
1 est Success Seen j T o m m y
"It is concluded that, as is in-Itko'd bv
dicatcd by the testimony of the Floyd Patterson Monday nieht
rushed to a hospital early
Hurricane Enters Hospital
in Morning After Battle
EADOW N V l .feul mlien rnfurua R,il,u fint.lH,
(Hurricane) Jackson, I ended the fight at 1:52 of the 10'H : weight boxing champion, says li s
heavyweight champion I Mrs. Jackson wouldn't talk! S.r'I5:!!. ,;?u'rs01'- J0'''1
Fight Perfect,
Martian Savs
CHICAGO W Rocky Marci-
N. V. (ffi ,feet when referee Ruhv finlrklein ano. the retired undefeated heavy-
there are more of them coining
directly into our office than in the
nncl "
Wi'knn !.! oneh rminri nr a.. I expert witnesses, there is suffi- i was
legation is being investigated and cient probability of success of the i Tuesday, suffering from
added that the rumors "invnlvn 1 1;lclllllra now the experimental complaint.
every Big Ten institution" j state to justify the authorization! "'s conc'i'ion was described ai
Dickens was suspended' after a of . license for a high dam proj-.fair.
meeting of faculty representative.! I cl lyln,! aci'Oss the migratory His mother, Mrs. Georgie Jack
""'"a "'Ma "perfect" fight in stopping Hut
urinary hnmn s:ho ci,i ha ua n i
ncane take "worse beatings." rauerson inane no mistakes.
Jackson's trainer. Whilev Bin,-! "'d. "ar5'a!V'' matched th
Silnin nir) ha ir-iva IIniiimA I n it idM uj UK Will: ll.HIll 1 I U III
u;rtSZ""uJ!i"..?."-u-' New
ncr, Mrs. ueorgie jacK-i, , ,v .. t : : ;iew i
the boxer to the hospital 1 1tba'h; aPP'j9(' compacts to his i showc(
permits
computed need
York's Polo Grounds. "He
d no noticeable weakness.
He's a fine champion."
Marcinno said he didn't know
i. '.,., ' f ,,, f,:i ir, ,i 1 1 j. JiiiKMiii Li Kill i rummy ins
as badly battered':""'""" "' "v " ' . usual swarming style of attack
(Hurricane, his mother and other
cct lying across
nunuav or one year lor o cring - hT uuam j, l" "- ""1i"1"' , f.iep and mil him m ileen at ihn
illegal payments to prospective 1 spawning) -fish if the project is : by automobile at 4.30 a.m. , K ?. P hH Hm Pul ,f
..i.i mi n:..t I iJiiirrwisn ii;isimp .mri iintir-ihi . .i :i c k- win in ri nnnii:ii annnri.' -
vinlnltM. Ihn finnnrini aid o I a n l"at. ine nsncry engineers and hi-1 ants he "felt bad
nrlnntoH Fphnmrv Th.it nlnn 1 'Mists can and wilt provide fa-1 Jackson, 25;
iiul nnlv nn tho hni nt.,-",,,,-3 wi-aii i winch maor-iii mi iiuiu ai ine ruiu vnuuiniv
.w.i.n. .t tri nut;' dlUl 1 IM1 Will UU 111' 1 I'UUl L I'll IV WtlS WillMHK Willi r)n-tni- Gnac I . nn
.i.fr:..i i u i t iun ,VI
V.m Hurricane "left
e, i .,i i,'. ..... ..i own.
nit uu.Hiini saiu i,c naa aim , -;u,..- i.J I niaive a
to bed. i". k. ''.'.i,"Alarciano said
'i.taiiiiucu u, a oitiir miiiL-iii.
Challenger Wobbles Commission physician after t h e
Jackson was wobbling on hi! fifiht and was pronounced O.K.
may exceed the costs of board, ldo"
room, hooks, tuition and fees. !
In Dickens' absence, his assist ;
ants are expected to lead Indiana
through the 1S57 schedule and
during spring practice next y
Dickens, 42. was to start
first year at Indiana after an un-1
Drain Schedules
i,L Recreation Night
here on his
Bimstein said at the hotel.
He termed Jackson "the onlv con
tender around and he's at least
a year away."
Asked if he had any plans to
make a comeback in the ring.
Retired perma
nently, thank you!"
Marciano is serving as master
of ceremonies at the Italian Fes-
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
BOXING
NKW YOliK Floyd Patter
son retained his heavyweight title
by stopping Tommy (Hurricane)
Jackson at 1:52 of the tenth
0f round.
defeated season at Wyoming lie
has a four-year contract at $15,'
000 a year.
Oregon Boys Triumph
In Junior Net Tourney
A recreation night for the cilv
of Drain will be held Tuesday, i
Aug. 13, beginning at 5 p.m. for'
any one interested in attending.
Sports Calendar
The night, under the leadership1 ,..... '"t:,"AT ,. . : rs s
of Pat Wohlers. will begin with a B?,WLI lllxed s0'atch dou- tion.
spaghetti dinner at the picnic blcs' 7:30 p m' Ur-.
area from 5 to 7 p.m.
Between 7 and 9 n in Iherp will
GOLF I I hp nelivities at thp hnll field Firl
1IF.HSIIF.Y. I'a. - Craig Olson.) ARCADIA, Calif. W Two ; on the Sehedule will be three one
a junuir high school teacher from Oregon youths won boys singles ; inning peewee baseball games
l.akewimd. Calif.; George Honey, ' matches Monday in the first 1 with six teams entered
a truck driver from Pittsburgh; ) round of the National Public I sjjx games of badminton will be
and Frank Gacek. a construction Parks Junior Tennis Tournament. ! payCH, with the w inner declared
H ill M-i mil i ,ii 111,1, imiiu, ill I I .HI I y ll ihiks in r.UKeilf III" l,e thn firsl nno In rnai-h e v niniilc
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Cluco Vcjar. l.'iS'i.iof the National Public I.inks'Cilv. Calif, (i-2. 6-1
jiii-Ksuii s leinpeiaiure was lui llva, a ohm itv affair, m a sub
jwhen admitted, but subsided later urban district.
io near normal.
I Asked whether the 25-ycar-oid :
fighter was mentally alert, doc-1
tors said he was under medica-'
Yesterday's
Stars
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
PITCHING
Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell,
RING RECORD
NKW
Arena I
Stamford, Conn., outpointed Jay i Championships to lead
Anderson, 1S8, Patersnn, 10. l.'iO.
The final event on the schedule
will be a three - inning Softball
a field of Harry Doyle. Portland, defeated , ganle between the Silk Sox, worn
Mark Spoelstra, Arcadia, 6-2, 6 0.
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on s softhall team, and the Junior
State League baseball team.
City Tennis Meet
Planned This Week
George Erickson, assistant .
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SOFTBALL: YMCA Church sald ,he aiinlent was marked bv 1
LeaKiie: Nazarene vs. Looking- bloo(1 in the urine
t;lass. Riverside School, 6 p.m.
Twilight League: Christian Hurrican Marked j
Church vs. LSW. Vets field. Bj "He had, of course, siqns of be-!
e .... ..'uj iAi(,us. nig in ine tignt, out it wasn t any j larcunais dave up onlv a pair
Roseburg Jaycees vs. Montgom- i,e;u injury that brought h i m j of fourth-inning hits, walked none
cry Ward, fairgrounds, 6:30 here," tiie doctor said. land struck out six in 4-0 victory
p in. nitiuie i.iuns ai .iiyrue To a Question whether the ail over P rates.
ment might have been caused bv
punches to the kidneys, doctors; HITTING
said thev did not know. Harry Anderson, Phillies Had
! Jackson lives in St. Alhans, , three singles in three trips, driv
YMCA, 5 p.m. Queens, adjacent to Nassau Conn-j ine; in two runs, one with a sacri-
iy wmjie ine Hospital is lucdieu. use uj , in o-u viciory over cuns.
Creek Lions, 6:30 p.m.
TR APSHOOTING: Winchester,
p.m.
WKIGHTI.IKTING
7
WEDNESDAY
ROWLING: Three - man teams
7:30 p.m.
ARC1IKRY:
7:30 p.m.
PAL Cl.VB:
High.
Douglas Yeomen,
Winston, Douglas
A Roseburg city tennis tounanient
for the men is being planned this
week with the starling date to he
Thursday. There will be both sin
gles and doubles in the tourney
which is expected to run about two
weeks.
Several players in the Roseburg
area have expressed a desire to
play in a tourney of this kind, sev
eral ot tlicm with college exper- who guided Bobo Olson to t h l
ence. world middleweight boxing chain
Anyone interested in entering the pionslnp, said Monday he wi'l
tournament must have their en- manage Phil and Dennv Mover
tries in before Wednesday at 6 when the two top Portland aiiia
p m. when the drawings will be teurs make their professional
neio hi ine nign scnuoi i e n n i s rlehuts next month
Bobo's Former Manager
To Guide Portland Boys
PORTLAND i.Ti Sid Flaherty.
courts.
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The two young amateurs, sons :
MOTS
(oaiatfai
It is honed that the singles fi- nf Portland nromnier tlmrv
nals ran he played on August 18 Moycr. are scheduled to box ;ii
and the doubles finals the follow- four-round preliminary bouts on
ing week the Olson-Pat McMurtrv fight here
Interested parties may contact Aug. io. The opponents for Pn !
Rovd Hruton at Bruton s Shoe Scr- and Dennv have not been select
vice. 412 SK Jackson St. cd '
Denny, 17. won the light middle
Outfielders Bobby Thomson and weight championship m the ria-
Andy Pafko both reached 200 iion.il AAU boxing tournament at
home runs in 19..6 while with the , Boston last fall. Phil. 18. reached
Milwaukee Braves. the finals in his division.
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