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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 November 1926

'. rVr ' ;'' . -s . '': '- w ? VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY; NOVEMBER. 13 1926 NUMBER 9 AND TIGERS TIE HARD FOUGHT GAME 0-0 nnnniBmMnnnDamBn03sBaaBsnnnnnMinMnnnmBmBBWHBn COWBOYS I .-A" ?v ' y & K ! '. v ' ri. i KBi-Jvw r IV k.-1- .' m ' Wffl Rgero aMDtoieg HABfig Former Students Gather For Annual The Branding Iron Dab Pal No wonder the cultured class is turning to more conservative dress; fee smart set goe"i slumming in eyo- nmg clothes because it is "smart!" Bonugh is a plenty said Solomon when he took his last wife. But a plenty was too much. Should Baylor get a divorce from A. & JUdWcllI The Kaiser pulled a hpnehead and Germany tookn thrash- ing and innocent men died. Did the cadet intend to get a man killed 7 Not Many good Germans died and the Vile Bill lives in luxury. A fool gets drunk and sobers on milk and honey while hla kids go hungry. Does each Baylor student hate each A. & M. man? No! Are all A. & Mmeh tho kind to pick on a bunch of...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 November 1926

v 1:4 K P. V' - . " A as y ft- tt & mSP.'lL . -I fr $- !SBtBJ 1 ' Ktt CM tt Ms ' Qbsbbbibbsbl. M Hw maMit JKmm THt Von; KBBBBfc Jt-JL k t r . ft MM KfTB OF TW ALUiW AMI EXES. ORAHUW P MILLWt CONRAD K. LAM Wi nV' NowHn -ti is 'at the University of Texas where he expects io Complete Hhe work 'for his LL. B. this session. He is' making an excel lent reeord there being in the Legist laUve Assembly .of the Student Gov- ernment orgaaialioa last year and also: writing a prize-wining essay in a contest among the law school stu dents the award being announced at he June commencement. This ses- sion he is a quiz master in the law school. Paris Mgr. Sports Editor Cfereaktten Mgr. mtft'''iJi; ' Swirters: N. E. MeOuiro Mil drd 'Yesger Roberta Turner StneWtiae Bbsew 'Gladys Ripley JUry Howell J. a Salomon Bub PewU I wrence Fitzgerald and BftMlBatton. John W. Cox '22 who has been connected with" the West. Texas Utili- ed to Abilene! where he will bo with ties Company at Haskell has return- the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 November 1926

: THK SIMMOfte WAND' -i' .-.(. . Br HBBu Jm P. v? Sk -J f- "HO -? Tyv OboflsioMeet East Texas i$ns tri Abilene Next Week ?r -"''r'.V ' . tpAVNWUlN K X P E C T HARD ": .ifIGHT WITH JUGGLE BEASTS ' '' WBDfrjKDAY 'It won't be long1 now. Only one ' More game; remains on the Cowboy i-BchiduIe before the all-important Tur- key Day classic and that game will - be run off next Wednesday after- :. noon oij.'Parrflmore Field when the . i-JBiatiTexas Lion from the jungles of ;iCoHUnerce appear to take their an ..3iuaP-erack at the. Paynemen. '-' 'yeryJiittle Is known of tho strength .- .o'thepLloris as their press-agent has .'.been unusually quiet all seasoji -tl? Their outstanding feat seems to be theirhard' 'battle with the Dentin Eagles -finally succumbing to tho t North;. Texas club D-8.' This close Tccre'COupled with tho fact that thy ' Eagler later held the Cowboys to a -li tie seems to indicate that a 'hard fight' will bo necessary to down the . Commerce aggregation. -The East V Texas t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 November 1926

tor THI SIMMONS JUST ARRIVED BY EXPRESS MISS POKADOt A striking combination of black and gold pokadot patent trim teed In blue kid high spiko heels narrow Spanish arclies. Cinderella Bootery Smart Shoes for Miss or Matron 228 Pino St. MISS CAMPBELL RESIGNS POSITION -ASDEBATE COACH Miss Irma Campbell coach of the Women's 0 & D. Association for four years resigned her position at the fast meeting of the association on last Thursday evening. The 'presi- dent appointed Miss Glenna Fayo Grant Irma Taylor and Bennie Speck as a committee to nominate her suc- cessor. Miss Campbell did not giro the rea- sons for'herfectlon and it is with re gret that tho association accepted her resignation. She has been very sue cessful in turning out creditable) teams and her place will be very hard to fill. V Other "Business The matter of selecting pins of orr iginal design for tho members of tho 0. & D. was discussod. Misses Pnu line Hardesty Gladys 'Fcathcrstone and Gleo Ingrom wero appointed j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 November 1926

YELLOW JACKETS THANKSGIVING! "' i I m liWV V. ' ' :i VOLUME XI SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 26 1926 NUMBER 10 500 STUDENTS EXPECTED TO ATTEND GAME NOV. 25 mW$0Y& SWAT r Cowboys The Branding Iron Dab Pal Aimee McPhearaon and Frank Nor- ris arc In a Popular Preacher con--test Pockets with holes In 'em are more neeful than vacant buttonholes if you have more canity than money! Some girls havo faces that are like a new barn the doors squeak. Xlves of great men oft remind us Of the work we have behind us. If you think you have everything on earth that you need see a barber. James the Greek says that when you order coffee you get a spoon if you ask for it Dealers in antiquities stand ace htgh in society provided - they deal not in jokes. Long live that goal post but some body tray Jitney J ones a snoigun. Freshmen aro like these oyenly matched teams-revcrybody wonders what would happen if the officials turned 'em loose. Sophomores are like tho tailor shop boiler...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 November 1926

V U V -t tr -i '. M uit n V 'v ; ii. 15. tKtStaMMnBm&A Weak If fettI 4 law tf ssss KssAtflk? Jfr at Ml a M lMtoaM at AUImm Mi r year .M nlbaif ataak SaUarday Kerala. i CaURUM F. MILLBR " x ' JMftitIjt-CMe ; CONRAD R. LAM . ' Baaiaesa Mgr. Ifcfert WWaW Maaactae Ed. toe.. Parka Sfeerta JSdtter 'JtaaMae Xardesiy Seeiety Bdtter ClreaktkaMgr. jUportwi: N. E. Me aire Mil- drl :Yer Roberta Turner 'Janwatkw itoeew Gladys Ripley Mary Howell J. C. Solemon Dub PwrU -Lwretee Fitzgerald and raaaal Ilatfcm Bob Potter. .TM SPIRIT THAT LIVES Thaw is a spirit that exists between fataUjNtioaa of learning that never aHas obm H'haa.heeome firmly eatab-BaMLThat-ia' the spirit" of irkmdli- 'isaeav Me. better manifestation of such ' aaUlt was ever seed than that shown -between Simmons and Trinity on Amiattbe DayJ" arid between Simmons aaTTL;T. S. T. C. this" week. . TriaRy seat a delegation of stu- SMtibttt Mr to help fight the Cow- bays; they were well reeeived and watauly eatertained. The' Tiger sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 November 1926

i .jf TH SIMMONS BRAND i!l ii- Cowboys Have Balanced Team Ready for Jackets . ." .& iA . Br dee.' Parks The lone' Simmon progpect for vic tory next week rests in the check- ' link of the Howard Payne running r shift and Just one thin can stop it . 'that forward line. If Black and Gold ""' . TJersied backs are allowed to dash '.""'.'' ifthrough the. line .with the reckless "'-' abandon noticeable last season then - -' it's all over but for a private opinion tit can't be done.. . . Five men have started nearly every T " game this season in tho Payne line. ';"'' Pickens' and S. Morris at tackle. Rath- ''fi - .niell and Armour at Ktiard and Pitt-'.'- - man at center make up the regulars - at these positions and thus far havo . been able to outplay practically; every opponent. .-. Pickens and Morris make a very ef- fective tackle combination. Both' men arc known as hard X tenters and stub- .born tackles. Morris' is playing his fourth and 'last year and Pickens -.while having played o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 November 1926

rmitkotompMrn 4. .. a ' h 3 T tmt aimc kithrnran ni'iiV iMh fpv Ant SO DIFFERENT ' Se Them In Our Windows SMART SHOES FOR MISS OR. MATRON Cinderella Bootery 238 Pine St I COWBOYS TROUNCE EAST TEXAS LIONS WEDNESDAY (Continued on Pago 4) Stod gains one dash netting 40 yards e also accounted for 3 points with a field goal from the 18 yard lino. Cox was as hard to down as usual shifting and sidestepping for soveral long gains Estes' 70 yard dash for a touchdown was the longest gain of the game while 'he accounted for 'many more yards in other trials at the end positions. Miller Harris Roy Morris and Red Moore stood out in their defensive line play. t Simmons East Texas Jennings L. E. Williams Pickens L. T. Bohnnna Boyd L. G. Cowley B. Bounds 0. Foster Rathmell R. O. Shaddox Harris R. T. Hopper Beckham R. E. McGlll Estes L. H. B Dunning Cox R. H. B. Bradford Wells Q. B. -'Gardner Lynch P. B Smith Substitutions: East Texas Stanley for Smith Smith for Stanloy. Ander- son for Hopper Mustek ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 November 1926

Ap SaM 3000 Years Ago: tThi(jEnd of tht Score Com to those Who Wait ff V ( 'a- W ev Wpt VOLUME XI MftlbNS UNIVERSITY ABILENE ft-XAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 27 1926 No. 11 COWBOYS JACKETS aellmmoBrli -. 13 6 f'. i vP . -ft. r V I.' $ 5J0 Simmonsite s Make Pilgrimage to Brownwood On Special Train The . Branding Iron Dub Pal Rod hair is a sign of a high temper according1 io grandma fonder what she1 would say were sho around the "campus? "Madncssl"' is my guess. What about this idea that the Sim-mona-Howard-Payno combat should come but once in two years. Weill All reformers tend to ward speeding up time a bh but to put two years Info one is-cramping to thoso who stay around .the corner and those who study sometimes. During the off year- there wouldn't be anything to talk about In the li- brary; half of the faculty would be out of entertainment; and Charlie would have to tear tho sign out of the drug store. i ' It would mean eight years before some would bless the- world with an A. B. 'Course ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 November 1926

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 November 1926

u4 i m: &: ". fe ftfr- A V'tf m4 l-y W $ " J ft' ' '.? rs J day night "SIMMONSITESGO- WILD WITH JOY Chapel Bxerctaes Given Over to Pep Leaders? Holiday Parade And Big Bonfire Friday Simmons pep ran High In chapel Friday morning when students gath- ered for an hour of colcbratlon of their victory over tho Yellow. Jackets and their first Texas Conference championship. Proxy started things off right by giving tho moral victory to Howard Payno but reserving tho big end of the scoro for tho Cowboys. Prexy ..stated n tho beginning of. his Bpcech thaj "tho day for which ho had long ..t.t u.. 1..J t. ..... t.j . ouuBi.n uu. i.ou .... unu uuu comu at last lie paid tribute to the fine sportsmanship displayed by both teams and thanked Simmons students for their good spirit at Brownwood and on tho special train. Ho climaxed his speech with tho announcement that there would bo no more classes Friday and that celebration was In '..: ":- order. tfiidgo Caldwell Sam Morris Spoof- '' in' Weir an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 November 1926

Tttt SIMMONS 6RAND h K K . .-.. . THIS WEAUTIFUL NKW PUMP " JUST OLGA ARRIVED ITS DIFFERENT Made of black velvet trimmed in patent tipped; in gold kid high spike heel short round toe' sKiART SHOES FOR MISS OR MATRON Cinderella Booiery 238 Pine St COX AND HYDE INTERCEPT JACKETS' PASSES FOR SCORES (Continued from Page 1) the last quarter. One' drive Carried the hall to the Howard Payne 14 yard line but Davenport fumbled as ho advanced the ball to that point. Cook punted straight up and the Cowboys .recovered on the same 14 yard line. Three drive netted oniy 7 yards and Pittman fried for a field goal but it was wide. Cowboys Glorified Every Cowboy covered himself with glory and all of them strred. Captain Bob Estes was watched as doso .as possible but several times ho scared .the Jackets and their supporters with brilliant dashes off tacklo and around end. Herring Bounds who was ruled . ineligible last year just before tho Jacket game got his rcvengo Thurs- day. ''Doodles" was in overy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 December 1926

BraM ' .( ;' - tOtUMEXI siMMONs "uiNivERsiift awleKe texas; Saturday; December 1920 No. 12 PLAYERS NAMED ON MYTHICAL T.C.ELEVEN r. v' S J& fljf t immons -;. v . xw f . t - . i . ... 1 . " . f OUR SIMMONS ? .- Choral Club to Give The Branding Iron Dub Pal Browning had; the' same spirit as "Spdofin" when he started Rabbi Ben .Ezra with "Grow old along with Hie j The beat is yot lo be." Fall and Doheny are having a hard time convincing the government that they took a bunch of money from it Roy' Skagga was voted trie best testing fellow in Gorman High :Meol. I bet the rest of the boys felt MHy. ' "4 ' . Mussolini has a private barber who has not spoken to tho big Wop in .four years. No wonder the dictator 'is able to put tho nation on its feet financially. I "had rather bo a sheepherder in the house of my Lord than bo the devil himself. The "U. S have 0 per Cent of the world's population and 40 per cent of its wealth yet some find that they can't go automobile riding when they want-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 December 1926

TBI SIMMONS BRAND : : .; It li IfclltV.rt JfM AMkM PYlMt'Ptt fif- ffcifl CMUU4M ISiiSk nTTIAN MWWlYvr.ijBWlBKgT hmwummm BY COACHES ' (CeuttaHuil frew F 1) P. MILLS Siltor.fei-CfcM (XWRAD X. LAM. If Mwgtej I& Om. Pttof .Syerts Miter ' JiwvSQM j f 09SOy JBKnOf CkeakMoa M(r. ltepftrters: N. E. McGuire Mil- dred Ywcar; Roberta Turwr BnuMttto Roeeer Gladys Ripley Mry Howell Jt 0. Solemon Dab PvmU Lawreoee Fitsgerkld and Haasi. HiMm Bob Fetter. SUPPORT THE CHORAL CLUB. 1 StoiJuwie of Simmons University ;r ywi pksnW to hear' tho. concert 'W;W;'givw by the. Choral Club next Tuwtky Mght? Do you know that It wW .W'yew .first and only chance tM year to hear It as a student body t D; yew realise that the Choral Club k al atedeat organization your- or gnwhntkmi. 1 Itt'the words of Dean Richardson "The Choral Club ranks next to the Cewboy Band as ftnadvertising me- Aw for SimBKma. University.'' The Choral Clab has worked faithfully ami a very interesting and varied pro gwiw has Wea arranged. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 December 1926

fiHHPmS TfflC SIMMONS BRAND' k 22 Men Awarded Letters on S. U. Squad JUDGE CALDWELL TO GIVE MEN GOLD FOOTBALLS THIS YEAR. ' Twenty two. members of the Sim- onions University football squad met all gridiron requirements lor letters and will recoivo ihem provided they measure up to tho scholastic qualifi- cations. Recommendations that they receive the "S'1 and a sweater will be made to the athletic committco "by Coaches Vic Payne and Cranflll. - Abilcno's contribution to the honor roll is tho largest In thd history of Simmons fourteen players: with this cltyi as their 'home being recommend- ed. Of this group eleven previously won blotters at tho high school hero. Sam Morris Harold Walker and Roy Morris havo adopted Abilene as their homo sinco entering Simmons. Caldwell Makes Gift To make tho award even sweeter each letter man will recoivo a gold 'football watch1 charm engraved "Tox- . as Conference Champions" as tho gift of judgo C M Caldwell president of 'the board of trustees and an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 December 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND SiatjKStQ 1 ' JiU lr v I Iv1 w SEX Ttta-BEAUTIFUL NEW StlflM? FUTURA Made of black sarin and Valvet'. Mrippd in blue' and green kid- '.hottest start vamps' high spike. Mt.- SMART SHOES FOR MISS OR MATRON Cinderella Booiery 228 Pino St. SEVEN COWHANDS LADOWN (Continued from Page 1) Work have always been steady and ' dependable. Lyach's greatest- value to a Cowboy eleven was during the past season and it is unfortunate that he does not have another year in - which to perform. Three Favorites "8lfrn Off" Three men who have played their last games are transfers from other .schools. "Red" Moore came to Sin rflotta from Rico and Beckham and tj ' .Armour lelt Burleson uollcge to De- eorae members of tho Cowboy squads for the past two seasons. f M(jore served .only one' year on the Simmons aggregation but it wasn't from lack of ability he just decided to leave Rice too Into and was eligible only during tho past campaign. His steady fighting work at end was. on- ly" slightl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 December 1926

. V ' " j iftr : wz.i imsi mmjkfTTt .If .-. r.- .- 'COWBOY BAND EDITION .41 U ' -f .At .?' .--'.. . i-.' '"'. '- t X''?t J w ' ' " ' 1: ' "' ' ' VOLUME Xt SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ABILENE; TEXAS "SATUIIDAV DECEMBER U 1926 No -13 BANQUET FRIDAY .jlMT ". '. '1'4.H ' H & . K. . A. '- .A. i A -A '.A J . . - A A ' . ' ' M !i' ' . .kMP. - . ..- ( -B . . "' -.: wm. mmmmWr-' rr 'w -'a v mtfmr U aa aV ar av aa -sa ' - " ' : ''.''- " '. . ' ' ' "''''...--' 200 GUESTS ATTEND ANNUAL FOOTBALL tA t. W1 r 'C . if.- i'..' i Original The Branding Iron Dub Pal .Busier Harrison doesn't want 'his name in this column so I shall men- tion him but everybody know what I would say anyway. Don't write a check on Dad' for $4.76; he can't sco anything but $6.00 in it so get the other two-bits. While speaking of. culture Dr. Ba- ker said that ho cultivated potatoes by throwing dirt on 'em and ho went on o say that potatoes and people aro cultivated in the sarao way. Cowboy Band says'that. thoy have something new ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 December 1926

fpppp? V4 HhLmhmmmhhhmhm raiiei-4ihs thamtamMnatA iwft-3. . v " - V: KiMiiil mUi igr m rm (Mb to Hm Onuljit U . J'.- V; . - (. t toil tetitMQNte BR&ftD ftftfteii cod fclfctures of Banc's JDeveloprnent to Be Shown In Cowboys' Open House Reception JH M Alt a Miitn a AMmm lifcwaiwi Erf. yc ?y M.M MM VMr mM - mtWWWrw iimih i win mi y JPSWPVAy 4sfcwCTMM CXAKUMP. MILLKC . cdmtAB it. LAM hnwi Mgr. ferita Serta Bte Btfei OfamdMteB Mgr. lUprtra: N. S. McGuire Mil- drW Ttuw. Roberta Turner Bfiatlm Boooor Gladys Ripley MUrr Howwi J. 0 Bolemoa.JDub PinrtkU Lawrence Fitegerald and tbmti HattoB Bob Potter. 6ne of the features of the Cowboy Band concert to be given Monday night Will be the open house recep- tion to be given in the bandroom.at the entrance of the Abilene Hall au- ditorium The room will bo opened about a half hour before the concert for the benefit of those who Wish to see the trophies of banddom gained In the last ten years by the. Cowboys. There will be numerous things of inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 December 1926

THE SIMMONS BRAND m KiA i -J & . & - 1 tA. MEAL COWBOY BA AND ITS HISTORY (From- The Western Weekly Sunday May 23 1926) n. ' ''Unless thoro aro somo Cowboys In the crowd it doesn't seem liko our convention any more" pleaded one of the wearers of fast fading gray of the Army of the Confederate States of America during tho stato reunion of' tho United Confederate Veterans in Abilene last Spring. The remark made by tho warrior '01 was prompted by the motion made in tho convention that tho Original Cowboy Band Inc. of Simmons Uni- versity of Abilene bo mado tho offi- cial band of the Texas U. C. V. Tho motion carried unanimously. During this month tho Cowboy band accom- panied tho Texas Veterans to tho na- tional convention at Birmingham to help tho men of a famous ago enjoy the reunion to the fullest extent Ever since the Simmons organi zation furnished a largo part of tho entertainment for the veterans at tho naltonal convention held at Dallas two years ago thcro has been a ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 December 1926

( r THB SIMMONS BRAND f f i i j i tf - . r ;"-' '.' '-- ' jj ftr 4 i.. H .- ' HIII..I-M lMWWMWyilWWWIWWl I. HI ! ''- " ...IJ.K.I THE 0OWBOY BAND QUARTET I i-i ii ' " -.."'..' . . - ..- Reading from the left the members of; the Cowboy .Band Quartette are: Y. P. Kahn Glen Gooch Hinea Sims aad Ckude Cooke. - One of the outstanding features of thr Cowboy Band concert will bo the songs' rang by the Cowboy quartette. Boths popular songs and songs of the We4rB ranges sung before the ad- vent of the "iron horses" will be on the program of the quartette. " Where ever the Simmons band goes the oar songsters are received with enthusiasm. In Birmingham; Ala bama last spring tho singing outfit of the Simmons ranch hands becamo known throughout tho city for its unique song. One of tho songs "Tho Girls Wear Purple Hoso in Mobilo" caused a. great deal of amusement in the U. C'V convention city because of the rivalry existing between the two leading cities of Alabama. In other cities throughout tho ...

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