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THE OREGON. DAILY-JOURNAL; .PORTLAND. THURSDAY. EVENTS, JULY 5, IVirr.
FEW LEFT AFTER
sports :m';i:HEmM ;
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Faa laaf. F 4 V SHataV.- . ' M alal aal LT ..' .
a,rtSys4 - aM'T-fe!'vV f - 1 s S .
All But Most Expert Players
Eapidly Being Eliminated
i ' From Tennis Tourney.
SEMIS AND FINALS
DOWN FOB TOMOKEOW
Challeof Rounds Co too Saturday -
: Several Semi-Final Matches Are oo
.' for This Afternoon Players VTho
Ara Llkelj to Win Honor Note.
" " Schedule for Today.-';'.
Ewlng va. fink (eoneolatlone. .......
Pmh va- Snow (consolations) ,....,.
- McMillan 'va. Iaewls..........l.,...
Khlves vs. Tyler. .................. .
PrinM n Tunur... ..
Mlas Joeeph vs.. Mra. Baldwin....... I
11 A. M. - , v
Rohr va. Bethel ....... 1
Vlniur McMUlan-Lewts , vs. Wicker- .
ham. . , ......... .a. .... . a
RasanfeLt ve. Frohman (consolation). I
Starr va. Ladd (cdnsolatloo)...,..,,. 4
Winner Uhlves-Tyler vs. Benham . . . . 1
Winner Rohr-Betbel vs. winner
Winner Mia Josephl-Mrs. Baldwin
vs. Miss Fording. . . . . .-. S-.. a
Mrs. Cook va." Mies Weldler . . 4
. . . n u
Gilbert and Adama vs. Rohr and
Prince . a
Mlaa Heltshu and Wlckershan. va.
Mlaa Robertson and Swing........ 1
Wilder vs. Corbott ; . . .j., .... .4
plummer vs. Da Schwelnlta (consola
tion). A .......(. t
4 P. M.
Mla Josephl and ' Bethel vs. Mlaa
Houghton and Baker........ 1
Miss Frohman. and Farling va. Mlaa
atmu('Vi..'r im dvtiiimii, . . . . . a
Mrs. Northrop and McAlpIn va.
Shlmea and Mra. Baldwin 4
Bellinger va. Humphreys (conaola
tlon)... ..v. .. .1
t P. II.
Tyler and Armstrong va. Peaaa and
Farllng i ; t
Winner Gilbert and Amea-Rohr and.
Prince, vs. Ooaa and Lewis.... J
' Mias Buah and Mlaa Frohman vs. Mra. ,
Cook and Mlaa Fox 4
With today's play the Oregon tennla
' championships will be completed In
every event to the semi-final ' round.
.. a u.ma mmm ,aa th. final Mnn4 -
The four third-round matchea in the
an'a tlnrlM tri aehedulad todav. one
for IV, two for o'clock and ona for t
o'clock. . ' ' .'
At 11 o'clock Wlckeraham meet the
winner of the Lewis-McMillan match
to decide who goea Into tba semi-flnala.
At t the winner of the Bethel-Rohr match
fighU It out with the winner of the
Prlnca-Turner match, and at J Wilder
. and Corbatt play. ,. - '
Both aemt-flnal matchea In tha men'a
doubles will be played at ( o'clock. The
drawings In Una event were sTichrthat
neither of these matchea ara likely to
be at all clone, but the final a. which
may be scheduled for tomorrow ahould
be flrat claaa.
Doubles Teame ia naala.
Br defeating Bethel and Kwlng In
straight acta yesterday Caae and Lewi
went into tha atmla. Tyler and Arm
atrong pat out Benham and Andrews In
weight sets: also. Ooaa and Iaewls
and Tyler and Armatrong will undoubt
edly meet In the final, and a great
match ahould result Tyler la a brll
, llant player, while Armatrong ta very
accurate. Lewis and Ooaa are both
' playing fine doublea. Lewis showed
.very strong In hla volleying yesterday.
The semi-flnala In the ladles' alnglea
. will bote be played . today,- one at 1
and one at I o clock. At the 1 o'clock
Miaa Fording meets the winner of the
Joaephl-Baltiwln. match, aid judging by
her form ao tar, aha ahould win. At
fight It -out. Thle match should go ta-
Mra. Cook. The finals will be played
tomorrow, and should develop the best
lady tennis of the tournament so far.
Baturaay tne winner win piay Miaa
UHtshu In the final round.
The ladies doubles will only be com
pleted to the semi-flnala today, aa there
Is no challenge match to be played. At
o'clock Mrs. Cook and Mlaa Fox will
plav Mlsa Buah and Mlsa Frohman.
The feature -of the early afternoon
' will probably be the flrat round of the
mixed doubles, the winners going Into
the semi-finals. At I o'clock one of
.the first-round matches will be played,
and at t three others will be on at the
same time. . . t .'.
-T - Teeterday'a Brunmary. .
Men'a singles Wlckeraham beat Ed
gar, f-1.. f-1; Lewta beat da Schwelnlta,
-4, 4-1; Shlves beat Plummer, 4-. -;
'Tyler beat McAlpin, 41-, 4-1; Prince
beat Ames, 4-7, 4-1, 14-1; Bethel beat
Kwlng. 4-4, 4-1. 4-t; Wilder beat Arm
strong, 4-4. 4-7, 4-t; Gilbert beat Fisher
by default; Corbelt beat Gilbert, 4-7,
Men'a doublea Goss and Lewis beat
Bethel and Ewlng, 4-4, 4-1; Prince and
Bohr beat Ehlves and de Schwelnlta,
' Oared of X,ag; Trouble.
'' "It la bow eleven years alnce I had a
narrow escape from consumption."
writes C O. Floyd, a leading business
man of Kershaw, 8. C. I had run
down In weight to lit pounda. and
coughing was constant, both by day and
by night. Finally I began taking tr.
King's New Discovery, and continued
thta tor about alx monthe, when my
cough and lung trouble were entirely
gone ana I wss restored to ray normal
weight, 174 pounds." Tbouaands of
persona are healed every year. Guar
anteed at Red Croaa Pharmacy, tOo and
11 A. Trial bottle free.
MAKES tha SKIN LIKE YOU WANT IT
D0E IT IN A MOMENT .
' .A liquid preparation
; " for Face, Week, Arms
i ' - ' -i ' " and Hands..
' ' ' ' It la neither aticky
sV , -:'orsTTaaaf. .
HUUail Iff karmleea, eleaa
iUagUUHU Cannot b detected.
Two colors, Pink and
I'm It morning;, taooa
nd night, Snmnaer,
I ron rTanufaftoHng Co.,
44 ft. Fifth M. Brooklya, If.T,
Y.. : .A . ..
R. Wilder, who defeated A. Armstronc
i in the 1 itat tennlaloiirnament yesterday. ' ;,
4. 1-4: Gilbert and Ames beat Froh
man and Humphrey. 4-1. 4-4- Benham
and Andrewa beat Starr and St&rr. 4-4,
4-2; Tyler and Armstrong beat Benham
and Andrews, 4-1, 4-4.
Ladles singles Mlsa Fording beat
Miss Fox. (-4, J-4, 4-4; Mra Baldwin
beat Mlaa' Bchattfer. 10-8, 4-1; Mrs.
Cook beat Miss Robvrtson. -1f -4,,4-0;
Miss Weidler beat Mra.r Nortbrup, -4,
o. ; , . " . ! - 5
Mixed- doublea Mlaa rRobertaon and
Mr. Ewlnr- beat Mrs., Cook and Mr.
BelUnger, 4-4. 1-4, 4-1.
Ladles' doubles i Mlaa Josephl - and
Mlaa Heltshu beat Miss Fording and
tss Scbneffer. 4-0. 4-1; Miss Leadbet-
ter. and Mra. Northrup beat Mlaa Mor
rison end Miaa Houghton, 4-J. 4-1.
The rerrennmente today -will DO in
charge of Mra. David Honeyman. aa-
alsted by Mine Margaret Morrison, Mlsa
Margaret w altera, miss Margaret
Montgomery. Miss Frieda Grelle, Mlsa
Kalhlnwn RrownMlaa Josephine Smith,
NOTES OF THE TOUBNET
The sunrise of -yesterday was the
defeat- of Armstrong by Wilder.- It wss
a great match. wilder naa ajwaya peen
known aa a man with keen strokes, but
because he wag prone to fall down at
orltlcal polnta ha has been generally
underrated. Men who know Tyler's
game well say that If -Wilder can keep
up hla game to the. end of the tourna
ment he will have a atrong chance of
beating the -British- Columbia champion.
' e a . .. I
While Tyler Is considered
vler la considered the moat
likely- candidate for the challenge round
In the men's singles. Major Bethel, who
has won the Oregon championship twice,
la considered a atrong possibility. The
major Just arrived from the Phlllpplnea
Monday ana wnen ne began to piay
yesterday be sent his drives wild. Grad
ually he got them lower and faster
until at the end of - the -day he was
playing far above hla morning game.
Bethel's drives are hla atrong suit,
but on occasion ha cornea to. the net
and amaahee hard and accurately. -
E.' A. de Schwelnlta la a new player
who surprised the talent De Schweln
lta gave Carl Lewis a hard run In the
singles and In hla doubles match he
waa easily tha star of the quarteU ;
- - , e ' ' ; ......
The 1 o'clock match between Benham
and Tyler ahould make Tyler huatle
all the time, Benham beat Andrews
yesterday In atralght aeta. He Is a
strong, heady player and can make any
racket man In these parts work.
' a -
The clay - courts were about 104 per
cent better yesterday than ; they , were
the day before- :
The attendance at the tournament haa
ao far been above expectations. Crowds
watch the matches from the openings
at 10 until the last match la completed
after 4. Tomorrow and the next day
the great strurkies of the tourney will
come and the attendance will undoubt
edly b larger still.
Up to laat night only three or four
of the first rank
rang piayera were out or tne
In singles. Tonight there
will be not ' many . mora than three or
four left : .
i. t . mr . .: .
The drawlnga far the consolations,
held last night, resulted ss follows: ...
Men's consolations Plummer vs. de
Bchwelnlts, Bellinger va. Humphreys.
Frohman Vs. Rosenfeld, WV W. Benham.
ka. G.k.1. 1 Tt r
j , r iiivr vb. cotiiis, re... . m. onuw,
"r- vs. iao. r ailing va. warren, Gil
bert va. Blanch a rd.
Ladles consolation Miss Schaeffer, a
bye. Mra. DuBols va. Mra. Leadbetter,
Miaa Orav vs. Mlaa Buah. Mlsa Fax
vs. Miss Ooaa. . .
Pereentasee Chlcaa-n. .44; f-Javaland.
116: Detroit. (Kl Phlla1alnhla
New Tork .411; St Leula, .406. Boston.
At Naw TnrlcK'.w Tnrlr f
At Boston Boston 4. Detroit 1
At U B.hln.tn. V. , . A .at.
Louis 4 . . l . ; -u
..ti Philadelphia Philadelphia 1, Chl-
tTv'mZTJi9- : Taooma.
A0l07:' V?V",:,?P?""- Butte,
Ut Beattlag.stt.8 t Bnk,ne ,
At Tacoma . -"'.."" '
At Vanoouver-Butu 4,' yS .
Junior Daaeball Challenge,
The Lsue-Davls Ull nine would, like
a game for Sunday morning from any
tesm In the city under li Fn.
rail nr. Jr-.f 1-na nea
of Tacoma' in a ' brilliant match
OLYMPIC ENTRIES TO W l
'BE CLOSELY EXAMINED
., . . i i i . i . . .--'"
American entries to' the Olymple
gamea, to be held In . London In the
summer - of ' 1101,' will be Investigated
thoroughly before, being accepted by a
committee 'of the British Olympto as
sociation. . The many eventa are only
open to bona fide amateurs and com
petitors, and no - matter how distant
homes may be they muat not have their
traveling expenaes paid for them. It la
onlv fair to the United States athletes.
however, to aay that the atandlng of
the candldatea of all -other coun
will alee be -oloaely -Investigated by
speolal committees. But England fears
the Americans . the most, and from
what is heard the committee on the
United States entries will conduct a
remarkably strict -tnquh-jr. Lord - How
ard de Walden will be chairman of tha
committee, and will have the assist
ance of Secretary J. E. Sullivan, of the
American Amateur Athletic association.
The games next year promise to be the
greatest world's . sport carnival ever
held. Should the Americana win a ma-
orlty of the eventa they will be able
o demand that the gamea of 1110 be
held In the United States. The Franco
British exposition to be held at Shep
herd's Bush. London, Is, defraying the
eost of the games In Construction of
tracks and building equipment, attend
ance, and advertialng. work was be
gun last week. . :
AQUATIC TOURNEY: AT .
. JAMESTOWN BEGINS
A. (Joans! .Special gervtce.) 7
Norfolk, Va-, July 21. What prom
ises to be the most notable tournament
of aquatlo events ever held In . this
country-began at the- Jame4owi -exposition
today, and will continue through
the remainder of the week. The tourna
ment ia to decide the junior and senior
national swimming ana water poio
Championships. The contestants In
clude not only the moat famous swim
mers of ths United Statea, but a num
ber from abroad. The grand basin In
Smith harbor, where the contests are
being held, la an ideal place for the
competitions. The basin Is 1,400 feet
long and o reet wine, who a oepm oi
IT feet, and Is kept filled with- running
water direct from Hampton Roads.
The program for tne tores aaya em-
bra oe the following eventa;
Junior championships Firry yaroa,
Ino vanta. 124 Yards. -440 yards. 110
affll. one Tniieroack troe-e yaraeu
reast stroke (60 yaraai, zancy giving.
plunge for distance. r - - -
nemor cnampionsnipa r jmim.
100 yarda. 110 yards, 440 yards, -110
yard a, one mile, plunge for distance,
back stroke 100 yarda), breast stroke
(100 yards), fancy diving, relay race
(200 yards), fonr men. t- , ;
. Water polo Championship.
- i- Oakland .Win ta Tenth. ;-
- San' Franelseo. July IS. Quick -Weak
ened In the tenth and Oakland put the
run over that won tne game, rore;
San Pranclaco.l 1 0 0 1 ,11
Oakland ......100401000 1 f J
Batteries quick ana Mint: nnini
and Bliss. Umpire Perrlne. . .
While two. Albany men were hunting
near Cascadla, a big bear ehaaed one of
them down a ateep bill and kept the
other treed up a aapllng for a long time,
till other parties arrived and killed tha
animal. - - - '
positively beneficial, de-
lidously fragrante gives
JAsk your dentisti
Ajnateur '. Makes Debut In. a
Bea?er Uniform -and Fans
1; Six Leaguers.
...... 'T - .'-'-
ATTEMPTS TO RATTLE
HDI WITHOUT RESULT
Botand Tontb From Oruti . Pi
Make Anaplclona Start ln'Faat
Company, Holding Down Leaden
to One Bon in Six laalag. . .:
- . TESTKRDATS RESULTS. '
Portland I, Los 'Angeles 1. - ,
Oakland 1, San Franclsoo L. -
- STANDING OF THH CLUBS:
' - Won. . Lost V.C..
Los Angeles .: . ES . '41 .: .447
San Francises ..... IT ' T . .641
Oakland ...61 . 61 .640
Portland ........... 17 40 . .181
Buaher Pernoll made hla bow to th
Portland fana yesterday . And tha Port
land fana liked him. They will ha glad
to aea Buaher Pernoll again at a very
Buaher Pernoll la a " ehbrt, ' atout
youth of If. who learned to curve a
ball aomewhera near- the pretty -town
af Grants Pass. He pitched noma ama
tear gamea and sot a big atrlkeout
reputation which extended through aev
eral neighborhoods. ; Some professional
or another saw -htm work-on day and
said "Good atuffl" - . " : -
Month afterward a, aeelng ' ' Walter
McCredle with, a amall box of pitchers,
tha professional bethought hlmaelf of
tha atout boy of the mountain and
mentioned him to McCredle. -
McCredle Waa looking for rood thtna-a
that wouldn't coat much, and when he
came' north the last time he sent word
to Pernoll to Join the Beaver bunch on
the way up. Pernoll joined and in years
to come the records will show that tha
rat boy won hla flrat game twirled In
faat company. .
Hake Aaapleloua Start, . : J ,
Pernoll got on the good aide of the
fana right away by striking out Mr.
Bernard and Mr. Carlisle, two atsr bat
ters of the league's leadera, if you
pleaae. . After that he struck out an
other , every now and then. - Pernoll'a
bread-winning arm ta . hla left and hla
Jerky out and drop looked ao bad to
Bernard that he -tried to bunt Car
lisle tried to bunt' too, -and-ao did Dil
lon, but none of them got to first
When the end of the Inning- rolled
around you ought to have seen the grin
on McCredle's face.
-A bonansaT Pahawt I'll aell htm
for a cool $2,00. Inside of three
montha," thought McCredle. .or aome
thlng to- that effect.
More innings rolled - around. When
five-were gone the Angels were still
blanked and but three hits had been
a co red. two by Cravatb and a double
by Burna In the sixth the youth let
down and the. visitors hit . Mm three
times, putting one man across the plate.
McCredle was wise. He put - Pernoll
out and let Hartman finish the game.
8ix Innings Is plenty-to start a young
twlrler on and the kid waa retired with
honor, not with disgrace - , . , , .
' VeraoU Teatnre of Oame. ' .
Pernoll was easily the feature of
yesterday's' game. Otherwise It- waa
a batting match In which the locale
oame out of the scramble on top. - - k
, Oh yes, there waa another a eo
6ndary feature. It was Keith, the um
pire. My, what an eye! The Angela
howled and aomettmea the fana howled,
though moat of the kicking waa done
by the visitors. When Keith called
Smith out at third when the latter tried
to make a double-sacker but of - hla
right field hit the big third baseman
advanced upon Keith with olenched fist
and threatening eye.1 J- -
Keith looked fierce, too, hut -Smith
went ao far in hla wrath aa to grab
Keith and ahake him. That'a where
Keith ahowed hlmaelf easy. He ought
to-have put Smith out of the game and
plastered a big, thick fine on the player.
But he didn't. Ke Just "let him pmw
on after he had persuaded Smith and
hla teammates to go back to their places
and let the game go on. j a
Baa Bmnofced la Third. ' t '
The Beavera mad all their run -In
the third Inning. Lovett Mott and
Casey all got hits one after another and
filled the bases. -Atherton hit one
which Delmaa muffed and Lovett and
Mott-scored. - McCredle. followed with
1 They come in all
; mas, every one
An Offer Absolutely
Equal. 5ec Windows.
4 . . 1
1 You might as well try .'to force a
', substitute for a U S. g9ld piece upon. .
. a banker as to attempt to force a sub
upon the man who has once. smoked therri.
A, cigarette means only one thing" to bhn--ein
. ImperiafcB. . ';.'' ' '''.''. '-'i
That's because Imperiales Cigarettes have
rich. smoking Jaste alltheir owti-r-a taste result-,;;
ing from the careful Wend of the pure clean tobacco
that's in them, and the way the thin mais paper
crimped, not pasted helps that tobacco to smoke
right down to the mMntc.- . ., .: C ' j i V'
All tho full tobacco taste with no afUr taste, ,.
10 for 10 ccnU'; - -; ';
Th men of tha West smoked 1000IOM Imperiale ia 1900. ;
t. Sold Bmmiywkmrm--y - IT'-
" , THE JOHN BOLIaMAIf ' r 7
" Majwifacturar . Si Fraactaa
a grounder to'Braahear and . Caaey
uimi. i umi .waa a.,,. , .
Portland might have don something
In the flrat. but . poor baae running
knocked the chancea. Lovett and Mott
were on the flrat two baga whan Caaey
bunted. He thought it waa a foul and
refused to run.. Lovett and Mott were
both alow about running and the Angela
came very near scoring a triple play.
Aa It was, Lovett and Caaey were put
out . Tne crucial score: . .
; r PORTLAND. . : - -'"
4 .- AB. R. H. PO. A. B.
Lovett cf.... .....,..,. 1 1
Mott, lb...,., 1
Caaey, 2b .'4
Atherton, ID. .........
McCredle, rf......... 4
Bassey, If . ... ....... 4
Fay, aa. ........... ...1
Pernoll, p.... t
... I I till 1
LOS ANGELES. .
. ; ab. r. it pa a; E.
Bernard. '-'Of........ . 4 . 01'
Carlisle, If............ 4, : 1
Braahear, - lb.. ...... t - 11 ' 1 4- 4
Dillon, lb............ I I 111:1 I
Cravath, rf .....1.01 0
Smith, lb... ... 10 1110
Delmaa, aa. .j, .4 -1 S 4 1
Hogan, e .v. r.v. .." ... ."1 o o " 4 -1 o
11- 1 1 14 IT 1
Batted for Bum In ninth Inntng.
- " .--'. 8CORB BT INNINGS. ,
Vom Angeles .... 0 1 0 0 1
Hits 1411101 T
Portland ....... 00140000 1
, Hits 04111 SI !
" SUMMARY. ' -; r..-
' Struck eat By Burns i, by Pernoll
S, by Hartman 1. Bases on balls Off
Burna 1, off Pernol 11, off Hartman 1.
Two-base hits Burns. Casey. Double
plays Hogan to Smith to Delmaa to
Dillon, Delmas to Braahear, Fay to
Casey to Atherton. " Sacrifice hit Fay.
Stolen baae Smith. Hit . by - pitched
balla Mott (twice), Donahue, Cravath.
Flrat baae on arrora Portland, 1. Left
on bases Loa Angeles 1. Portland' 7.
Innings pitched By-Pernoll 4, by Hart
man 1. Base hits Off Pernoll 4, off
Hartman 1. Time of gams 1;59. Um
pire Kelth. i . ,
FOOTBALL STAB NOT
TO EETUKN TO EUGENE
sscUl pteaatek le Tka SeamaLI
University of Oregon,-Eugene, 'July
IS. Frank Templeton,- a former uni
versity football star, while vlalting
here atatsd that he would not enter col-
the staple and noyclty shapes. !Thcy
perfect in bleach, and
stand cleaning and-re-,
blocking ; will stand the
rain. They are the regu
lar $6, $7.50, $8. and $ia
grades. We must effect
an absolute clearance.
The Greatest Variety of;
69-71 THIRD STREET :
.11 "V a
were paid in premiums to outsido xm- '
panies for liability, indemnitj and accidfmt
insurance.'' .Oregon resident should have I
"Oregon insurance, keeping the.wealth of : their state
5ithin itself for , the i benefit of . its own; people.
olicies iMued by the Union Guarantee 'Association
of Portland, Oregon, parallel, in ' eyery. a4YaniAgeous - .
' feature those of. the oldest andt 'strongest ontsid
"companies. There is a paid-up-cash capital of .One .
Hundred Thousand Dollars.-1 It has the backing of
' twenty-two well known, successful Portland business y
TTmen. Plate; Glass,; Steam" Boiler, -liability and f
1 "Accident Insurance ; Indemnity Bonds,1-- '
. . WaaUsehwIarralta -
f, tntassta, . . ' Ylee-PreaMsa
. wkaisaale eaSBalaU Omw
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Tt Sum . VuuaM
Valoa tsaanam la MS .
.. J.&WirnaaBS,VadlealaVaferee , .
t . PkaSalaa aaA Saissae
AuaarBars . . . . '.,
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rsatkar aaa Saea jfiaalaea
UNION GUARAOTEE ASSOCIATION
lege- next falUand play . football. ' Laat
winter It waa reported that he Intended
to return to college and finlah hla
oourae,. but now It-appears Oregon will
not. have the 'veteran halfback, to. fill
the gapa in laat year'a team.
Temoleton la one of the famoua Tem
pleton brothers, who have played auch
f romineni paria in eiuaeni aiiairs . at
; finish: Guaranteed
Styles. Ever Shown
AIM A W A
GO fP For Panama TIaI , '
If &Cp, $1.30, $4C0, $10.00 t
Three Hundred ) and1 Nin -Thousand,
Eight HtaUidred andTwenty-fivo Dbll
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CHAB. O. WOODOOSS
Men,' go' to the coast prepared! Oaf
one of -' our greatly reduced ; bathlnsf
suits; -.ur 'outfit f flna underwear, m .
hew straw hat. etc..' so cheaply during1
thlg'antlrlpatlon sale, yon can't ariors
to- mlsa It.
Robinson Co.. Ill Waahi
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