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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1942

After The Donee The Corner » The Story Of 'La Boheiiie' No Vacation Change! Mass Cutting Again? According to the Fall semester calendar drawn up by the College Senate this Summer, Penn _rotate students are entitled to two holidays during this Fall term. One is Thanksgiving Day, November 26, and the other is a football half-holiday to be set by vote of All-College Cabinet. Numerous suggestions for switching and altering the vacation arrangement have been offered. Arguments for and against these plans are round and specific. Here are the plans and both ;iides to each story. General Arguments: .For a longer holiday—Students, most of whom have been going to school for over a year without any extended vacation, are entitled to all the short rest periods the College can possibly give them. Under the present arrangement Thanksgiving holiday is wasted time since very few students will be able to make the trip home and _liack in a one day period. ¦ Against a longer holiday—Defense ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1942

A COMMON EXPRESSION IN TOWN AND ON CAMPUS "YOU CAM 6ET IT M MEIZ6ERS" BEGINNING MONDAY, OCT. 12 Our Store Will Be Open Except Saturdays—7 7:30 A. M. to 6 P. M !30 A. M. to 9 P. M. You Can Get Better Grades By Using An Outline Book For Your Various Courses We Have Review Books On Of Subjects A Wide Range 70c ° $l iS SHOP AT METZMRS M0_RNINGSTAR BREAD Morningsiar Bread is fine Jayvees Ready For Corttell dame 15'Standout'Players Spark McAndrew's Team If enthusiasm for the game meant victory, a band of Nittany Lion Jayvee footballers should easy going against the Cornell B Team tomorrow afternoon on New Beaver Field. . A peppery group of 50 candidates have been scrimmaging almost every night for three weeks in preparation for tomorrow's opener. Unlike the varsity, where positions are usually carried over from one season to the next, every position on the jayvee outfit has been wide open, and each of _ the 50 have been taking advantage of it. "I don't know...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 9 October 1942

FRATERNITIES Members of fraternities interested in an interf raternity bowling league on Thursday evenings, please call State Bowling C@ita By Dialing 4082 2nd SEMESTER _JUNIOR -1 si SEMESTER SENIOR WOMEN WANTED CLASSESm AIRPLANE DRAFTING SHIP DRAFTING HOW ORGANIZING If you are interested leave your name in Room 301 Main Engineering . . . Organization meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. 15, in Room 107 Main . .' Meeting-classes begin Oct. 19. NO TUITION - NO FEES See m _Pmome Prof. B. K» Johnstone For Further Information Sponsored by the U. S.- m£ce of Education women Stop. Look, Listen Before 01 rararofl BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HERB Shows at 1:30, 3:00;.: 6:45, 8:45 • NOW PLAYING • BING! lij FREDA _« ' M W_£ _um$m Mill w (ft | Club Offers 3 Hikes I Leaving the bicycle shop at 7 a. m. Sunday, WRA Outing Club members will ride to the recreation association's cabin for breakfast and a short morning stay, according to ...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1942

Galbraith Tells Campus Party Sweeps AFR Members ' To Call For Blanks Supplementary Forms Muff Be Filed Soon All freshmen and sophomores who have entered the Army Enlisted Reserve since October 1 are requested by Prof. Robert E. Galbraith, FAWS, to obtain new supplementary application forms in his office at their earliest opportunity. The hew forms must be filled out in quadruplicate in order to make enlistments complete under present War Department regulations. The purpose of the new forms, Galbraith . announced,, is to' ensure the student's being called only in the brancjh of the service for which he originally applied should a draft of AER members occur any time in the near future. .The forms are designed primarily for the benefit of those freshman and sophomore .students who enter the AER with the intention of later being discharged to transfer to some other service branch such as the Navy or Coast Guard. As .the system now _operates students enlisting in the AER with thi...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1942

The First National Bank Of State College Member of ""' ;i ' Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" I5..!._abli8he(l 1040. Successor to the Penn State Collegian, _established 1004. and the Free Lance, established 1887, Published daily except Sunday and Monday during the _regular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania _fil._ila _Colleiie. Entered as second-class mattr July 5. 1934 n_<. the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ol March 8, 1879. Editor _«i_&X5_SWBus - and _AAv - Msr _' Gordon Coy '43 _"_^sS_^1 " Leonard E. Bach '43 13 litorial and Business Office •. Downtown Office Carnesiie Hall 119-121 South _Frazior St. Phone 711 Phone 4372, )3ditorial Staff—Women"s Editor—Louise M. _Fuoss '43; Managing Editoi-—Herbert J. Zuknuskas '43 ; Sports Edltov--Donald W. Davis '43: Assistant Managing Editor -Dominick J,. Golab '43; Feature Editoi-—David Samuels '43; News K'litor—Robert E. Schooley '4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1942

Listen to the- - - at the COLLEGIAN DANCE TONIGHT IN REC HALL • DANCING 9-12 • ADMISSION BY SUBSCRIPTION ONLY Supporters and Opponents Thanks for a Good Square Election _tf ack _Qrey_, ( / job _Zraioon, CAMPUS '44 NEW JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Frosh Will Cheer Lion Soccer Fray 25, sophomores, 18, juniors, and BUY DEFENSE STAMPS the same number, seniors. AND BONDS Assured of a cheering section by Tribunal's rule that all freshmen must attend this afternoon's game, Penn State's soccer team, after a brief practice last night, is ready to tackle the Bisons from Bucknell on New Beaver Field at 2 p. m. Out to repeat last year's 7-1 lacing which the Lions handed the Orange and Blue at Lewisburg on a soggy field, Coach Bill Jeffrey will use the same starting lineup that opened against Gettysburg, a week ago. Johnnie Struck will be at.goal, Captain Hap Freeman at right fullback, Bill Deitrich at left fullback, Dean-Hartman at right halfback, Sammy Schnure at center halfback, Bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 10 October 1942

Thanks Class of '44 For Making This a Clean md Honest Election Hoi _jbauCa _VjSiil _^haawr.a.kar INDEPENDENT '44 TIME SCHEDULE MISB1M AUTO BUS LINE,-IK Eff ective October 15, 1942 TRANSPORTATION NOTICE In order to comply with the. ruling of the .Office of . Defense Transportation's 35 mile per hour speed limit, it is necessary to make a change in our present bus schedule. New schedule effective October 15. 1942 BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE. Inc. Make direct connections with trains East bound 12:30 P. M.. 5:58 P. M., 8:20 P. N£. . ' West bound trains 12:30 P. M„ 7:20 P. M.. 8:46 P. M. Dial _Boalsburg . 9-2731, State College Hotel 733, or Company Office 7S_9 4:30 P. M. 6:45 P. M 5:45 P. M. 8:00 P. U 7:25 P. M. 8:50 P. M 8:40 P. M. 10:05 P. M State _Coilega .. 11:00 A Lewistown 12:15 P _Lewistown .... 12:35 P State College .. 1:50 P Refreshment at Hie 212 S. BARNARD ST Students Set Thai Mid-Evening Stamps To Replace Flowers At WRAs 'Footbill Formal Sum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 October 1942

Two Fraternities Put On Probation For Violations Lack Of Evidence . Dismisses 3rd Case . ¦ rnterfraternity- Council's mixed drinking problem appeared on campus again yesterday when the Faculty Judiciary Committee of IFC released the list of punishments for! violations of the code during Interfraternity Ball weekend. Of three violations reported to the committee, one case was dismissed_, for lack of evidence while the other two were placed on eight-week probation from October 2 until November .28, a period which includes Senior Ball. Minor Cases Dismissed In addition to these three cases of unchaperoned mixed drinking several cases where houses had chaperones but still violated the code were reported. These cases were considered yesterday by the ¦ IFC Board of Control. The board inflicted no punishments on the violators turned in but will recommend to the council that such cases be tried by the Judiciary Committee on the same basis as unchaperoned violations. Violation 3rd In 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 October 1942

_NV 2nd SEMESTER JUNIOR - 1st SEMESTER SENIOR WOMEN WANTED CUSSES IN AIRPLANE DRAFTING SHIP DRAFTING NOW ORGANIZING If you are interested leave your name in Room 301 Main Engineering: . . . _Organisation meeting will b_£ hel<J _Thursday, Oct. 15, ip Room 107 Main . . . Meeting-classes begin Oct. 19. NO TUITION NO FEES See or Phone Prof, B. K, _Jphnstone fpy _fnfifier Information Sponsored hy the U. S. Office of Education PENN STATE CLASS RINGS L. G Balfour C 109 S. Allen St. in Charles Fellow Shop Its Always?- The Corner unusisa iA/e. _Jhe Women Picking Up Pieces J I After The Rush Perhaps the October Weather has affected our sense of humor, but we can't help being amused over the shots still being fired after the rushing battle is over. If the stories of dirty rushing tactics were only half true, we'd suggest that women replace men in battle. •Beneath our amusement is a serious thought. 'Why didn't the houses \yho persist in gyiping repo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 October 1942

In order to comply with the ruling of the Office of Defense Transportation's 35 mile per hour speed limit, it is necessary to make a change in our present bus schedule. New schedule effective October IS, 1942 ' BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE, Inc. with _iraihs East bound 12:30 Make direct connections P. M., 5:58 P. M., 8:20 P. M. West bound trains 12:30 P. M.. 7:20 P. M., 8:46 P. M Dial Boalsburg 9-2731, State College Hotel 733, or Company Office 769 Ly. Slate ' College .. 11:00 A. M. . 4:30 P. M- 6:45 P. M Ar. Lewistown .... 12:15 P. M. 5:45 P. M. 8:00 P. M Lv. Lewislown 12:35 P. M. 7:25 P. M. 8:50 P. M Ar. State College .. 1:50 P. M. 8:40 P. M.' 10:05 P. M \i\ TIME SCHEDULE BOALSBURG AUTO BUS LINE , INC Effective October 15, 1942 JACKETS-Plaids and Blazers /r5 _ri WOOL SUITSCorduroy, Plaids and Camel's Hair » SKIRTS and BLOUSES cu] I'll I' Silk Dresses ... $7.95 up Wool Dresses $10.95 up 136 E. College Ave • ICE CREAM • PIES and CAKES _Kaye's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 13 October 1942

Girls GeWour-Datesiw ' FOOTBALL FORMAL Music by October 17 CAMPUS'OWLS White Hall Thanks -Freshmen ror Your Loyal- Support in the Recent Election Evie Williams Jack Berlin Betty Shank Robert E. Cowel ) Lome Van Deusen Newly ElectedFreshman Class Off ken* BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS-HHU Shows at 1:30. 3:00, 6:45. 8:45 TODAY - WED. " - THURS. HE'S A CAVE-MAN '_* CABALLERO ... and (he's working overlinw-... ^¦_JK - on him! A? A vun MECHE Bennett Bfl_^ \t. f W * ~ * -1 V Billie"l BO«KE J «™* ran 235 Women Join Greek Groups Sunday (Ccmimuedttam Paga One) and-white! Freshmen Nancy AuslSu, J-icqueline Bader, Patricia _jHeldoch, Elaine Dinowitz, Shirley )*iibm._)n, Sonya Freedman, Doris <S-l6s.se r, Naomi Glosser, Adelaide Cluck, Ruth Goldman, Joyce Creeuberg, Fern Kaplan, Audrey Wiieger, Florence Levinson, Harriet Morrison, Dorothy Moscowitz. 'Helen Beth Orange, Thelma _J ' _Vckennan,. Shirley Pincus, Shir-Joy Quartner, Gertrude Rosen, _fci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 October 1942

Ail-American Rating Awarded to LaVie By NSPA Conference An All-American rating has been awarded to the 1942 LaVie by the National Scholastic Press Association, according to Martin H. Duff '43, present editor of the College's yearbook. Edited by Joseph T. Reichwein '42, the 1942 LaVie was one of_,six college yearbooks to be selected for the outstanding honor from the class of colleges and universities which have 5,000 or more students enrolled. This is the second time in a period of eight years that LaVie has been awarded the rating, the first honors being won by the 1934 LaVie, which was edited by William Steighieier. Rated on a basis of a possible 1,380 points, which were applied to various factors including cover design, page design, selection of print, feature sections, color effects and the like, the 1942 LaVie scored 1,300 points, one of. the highest scores given by the press association. This year's LaVie has almost been completed, most of it already sent to the printers i...

Publication Title: Daily Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 October 1942

_i/l/e, _^Jhe _Vi/omen Do Transfers Waul Orientation? TH1Y LOST IT Who Can Help Tliem? The Daily Collegian can help you locate lost articles or secure a ride For quick results and your convenience use the Collegian Want Ads f 0 PLACE m CALL Ask for The Daily Collegian THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn State" K-'._ublished 1010. Successor to the Penn State Collegian established 1901. and the Free Lance, established 1887 Published daily except Sunday and Monday _during Iht «v,:ular College year by the students of The Pennsylvania KUlo _College. Entered as second-class mattr July Ij, 1M-1 ni, the Post-office at State College, Pa., under the act ol _Wuroh 9. 1870. Editor _^_SSSHs_^ Bus< and Adv - M 9 r ' " _Gordon Coy '43 <ss_^W _fo Leonard E. Bach '43 Kditorial and Business Office Downtown Office Carnejrie Hall 119.121 South Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 1372 _Tentorial Staff—Women"? Editor-Louise M. Fuoss '4"; _MandRiim Editor—Hotbcrt .T. _Zulsnuskas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 October 1942

2nd SEMESTER JUNIOR - 1st SEMESTER SENIOR WOMEN ENROLL NOW! AIRPLANE DRAFTING SHIP DRAFTING Organization Meeting ROOM ffl mm ENGINEERING % IP- fi Thursday Aliernoon HO 1_WNGN NO FEES For Further Information See or Phone Prof. B. K. Johnstone ' _Sponsored _bu the €/. S. Offke of Education Pi Kappa Phi Wins Gridders Polish Offensive Flaws In Ma Period; /„ Scrimmage Prep For ' Big Red _SPF Virfnriniif Individual brilliance was the order of the day in two intramural football victories last night while steady team play was responsible for the other as Pi Kappa Phi squeezed out a freak overtime win from Gamma Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Sigma conquered Phi Kappa Tau, 7-0, and Sigma Phi Epsllon chalked up two-first downs to Alpha Sigma Phi's one. _N ¦ Pi Kappa Phi- vs. Gamma Sigma Phi • ¦ Headwork won this one for Pi Kappa Phi. Following the regulation game, with the score knotted at 6-6, each time was given ' four downs for yardage. The Gamma Sigs lost 10 yards in their four ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 14 October 1942

ARRID Can-Be Purchased at I$r& _JericKs _$_jir_$st to the Bank- Clock'', - W/J. _^ . "' .- •: :',- •'¦ _' ¦ toda-t (PP_^I^^_Jf^^l Shows at THURS. L -Tl W» \ (| _3f 8SS /J 1:30- 3:00 FBI, _mm_^Jl 1 am m 6:45. 3:45 BUT VHM BONDS AND STAMPS-HEIRS RAW.. „ RUTHLESS _antf ¥£_9ffi_# ^> ItOWPY! ' ...A_^l H _vm m IP^^ with ;©_amstara«e BENNETT Pairle Anm _M$ _KITOWLES.GWYNNE Added: "A LETTER FROM BATAAN" Mort-ar Board Will _Correlate Women's Defense Activities A movement to _coirelate all women's defense activities on campus was started at Monday night's _Mlorliar Board meeting, Pauline Grossman '43, president of the senior women's honor society, revealed. Supplementing a survey of such activities made last -semester, Mortar Board has called a special meeting of representatives of-various campus organizations to discuss and analyze projects now under way, Miss Grossman explained. Those who will attend the meeting in Women's Building loung...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1942

Coeds Will Receive Military Training What's Coming Off! Where's Everyone! I _WSGA _HoUSC Members T_© Elflisf 200 Campus Finally Deserted-Air Raid Alerf! | |n CODET Unit Under Col. ArdeiV - By MILTON DOLINGER "What is it. ' a fire?" "Where's everybody running?" Typical of the comments made" when the -surprise daylight raid •came at the change of one o'clocks, were the above questions and many more by bewildered students. In a flurry, important-looking students appeared with authoritative arm bands on their arms'and the-'campus exodus into shelters began. "How long is this going to la_^t?" one freshman inquired plaintively. "I've got a blue book I have to hurry to this period." A very excited blonde coed, as she pinned on her shiny arm band, turned -to. the air raid warden in the Sandwich Shop and asked him ii- she had time to run home for her flashlight! When the campus- finally -cleared—rin.-. 10 miraculous • minutes—with the exception of two' oblivious coeds walking down from A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1942

r_£\A- for Christmas Cards -t YOUR NAME IMPRINTED 50 hr $1.00V K_, c E L E R 5 Cathaum Theatre Bldg THE DAILY COLLEGIAN "For A Better Penn Slate" KiJablishe-l 1310. _Succesnor to the Fenn State _CoHeainh_, efclnbllahqd 1904. and tho Free Lance, established 1887. _I'ubliflheri daily except Sunday and Monday during Mm _ivvular Collate year by the students of The Pennsylvania 81-ito ColleKe. Entered as second-clans mottr July 5, 1934 nl the Pont-ofticc at State College, Pa., under the act ol Wwob 8, 1870. Editor ._jjffljjfcim Bus. and Adv. Mgr. Gordon Coy '43 _^SS_^° Laonard E. Bach '43 _iEliUirlal and _Buainesn Office Downtown Office _Onrnewie Hall 119-121 South _Frazier St. Phone 711 Phone 4372 Staff This _Isnue ,, „,. >i mnirinir Editor — - Donald Webb _tt_£nt * _Ito:5_Sni _- B.iitor - William E. Heimer N_,.Wn Editor - M. 3. Winter A-w _livtant News Editor liucille J. Bell Annuitant News Editor Alice Fox MniRlafit News Editor : J"nn P_«ollet ._Advertisinjj M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1942

What we arc fighting for «—THE FOUR FREEDOMS _^^^- _£ R ' i . -. .< jF/w<fo» ofSkuA, \Fmtkm RsliziM} _iJFnfdm f» . WfafJ Freedom From Fear ntvitrfttui* rre* u» _ovt vuriiut *zi}« r«r rr«*4<>«»a FINE SUITS, tailored i lity fab s, cuvenss teds and t dfv _mixt mith_'s T lorSh NEXT TO POST OFFICE Three Teams Win Three Nittany Opponents Raider Game Lasl IM Games In Mud Cancel Fall Sports Contests Home Soccer Till In an evening of football that drew more laughs than the last Thespian show, Kappa Sigma slipped _. to a 25-0 decision over Chi Phi, Delta Chi • overwhelmed Theta Kappa Phi 25-0, and Alpha Zeta outpointed Lambda Chi Alpha 6-0. An all-day rain left the practice .field ankle deep in mud which made play more difficult as each game progressed. Kappa Sigma proved' to be capable "mudders," running roughshod over the Chi Phi team. Stebbins raced around right end from his own 35 yard line and hugged the right sideline for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 15 October 1942

If a Not Too Late-To Get That Bate • • • «*? FORMAL music bu the _JSSWhit e fall CAMPUS OWLS Topping It All G ARELES: ASUAL AMPUS APS . v_* U 1 fmr > i_& 9- w I Footbedi Games Weekend TripE&me M'mmvmm-u\mimism\m WOMEN ENROLL TODAY! GLASSES li-AIRPLANE-DRAFTING SHIP_^DRAFTING--omizMiMMiEiiis ii' mom m _MMummmnm ki 5_K , this mmmm CLASSES TO _I3IEG1N1EXT _WEEK • For Further Information' SEE OR PHONE PROF: B.-K.-JOHNSTONE Sponsored - by- the U..&• Office of Education Senate Schedules Election Date _BaifflWS, PictUS! For WSGA Officers November 5 Will Um _tafi I© Gfttwp AppoinM To Aid _Pm$ Cross (_Dooirdination _Election date for WSGA officers ! ¦ -. sot. for Thursday. November 5, h wa.s decided at a meeting of WIiGA Senate last night. A nomination mass meeting is scheduled fir Wednesday, October 28, and fit-unary elections will be held Tuesday, November 3. Included on the election slate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Collegian — 16 October 1942

Perm, Temple, Pitt Presidents Meet Hetzel For War Discussion "We are meeting in order to plan ways and means by which we can best aid the war effort in our respective areas and, in the interes t of-our students, help in the preparation for . the national war .effort and for the peace which follows." This was the statement issued yesterday by four college presidents meeting here as representatives of the four leading colleges in. Pennsylvania. • The executives who, met with President Ralph D. .Hetzel were Dr. Thomas S. Gates, president of the University 'of. Pennsylvania,- Dr. John G. Bowmari,: chancellor of the University of Pittsburgh, and Dr. Robert L. Joltnson, president "of" Temple University. After the conference held in President Hetzel's office and eager to return to their own colleges, the Temple and Pennsylvania presidentsv answered several questions in an informal discussion with Collegian reporters. Leaning casually against a front pillar at the Nittany Lion Inn, dist...

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