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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1950)
jyj Set to Consider
Compiled by John Barton
From the Wires of Associated Press
ted Nations Security Council will meet today to con
■ tervention of Communist China. The meeting was re
^•'"mediately after General MacArthur reported to the
JthaTChinese Reds are fighting against U. N. forces in
" ntjl tociay for the meeting was asked so that delegates
have time to consult, considering the seriousness of the
Chinese Red intervention were presented to the council
8i>°d legate Warren Austin. The fact that Red China is in the
S 6e than token force has been thoroughly confirmed, Mac
m°(i He listed the individual Chinese units, both air and
I which have been encountered by U. N. forces in Korea in the
days and weeks.
ident Truman Phoned. . .
Secretary of State Dean Acheson yesterday and had a long
dth the state department boss on the seriousness of the present
\ situation. Truman, it is reliably said, is “very deeply con
„ over the crisis in Asia. White House press agent Charles
ays the President has been well briefed on what is going on
China Will Be Told...
0 stop sending troops into Korea or it will face destruction of
eat Suiho Dam, major source of power for China. That was the
in Washington yesterday, not official, but again reliable. The
aentioned is on the Yalu river on the Korea-Manchuria border.
tinese Withdrawal Rumor...
which circulated around the United States yesterday on some
services is thought by now to be false. The rumor said that
liina was pulling its forces out of the Korean conflict in a hurry,
ighth army headquarters in Seoul says the Reds are still shoot-1
d there has been absolutely NO indication of ANY withdrawal.
d Lines in Korea...
ire still holding firm today. Chinese Commies made an attack
Monday morning which grabbed small gains, but the ground
taken by U. N. forces at all points during the day. A few Rus
ade fighter planes are drifting around, but there is no indica
e Reds are going to make any major advances southward in
In the northeast sector, South Koreans are still creeping for
or the only gains on the Allied side.
} Reports of China's. . .
warlike intentions are kicking around Hong Kong, and the
market there is getting sensitive to the threat of a general
war. Hong Kong, British outpost in China, would probably
first to fall if such a conflict did spread from Korea. Value of
lerican dollar in the colony jumped rapidly yesterday.
n's Soviet Zone. . .
ewspapers yester day did a great job in headlining the Chinese
1 situation. Such headlines as “China Decided on Self-Defense,”
Threats Against China,” and so on blackened Eastern Berlin
in Has Admitted...
rat their atomic scientist, Bruno Pontecorvo, has gone to Rus
t British spokesmen say, so far as they know, he took no docu
with him. But a marv like Pontecorvo, outstanding authority
hydrogen bomb, can carry a lot of information in his head,
okesmen say they aren’t absolutely sure where he is, but all
i°ns point toward his being in Russia.
n s Labor Government. . .
fathered an important storm yesterday by defeating an op
motion of censure on its housing program by 12 votes. That’s
' vo*;e *n Commons since the general election last February.
°r party won a narrow majority in Commons then.
icKtor Would-Be Assassin. . .
oiiazo, Puerto Rico nationalist held for murder in Wash
Wl be appointed by the federal district court there. Collazo
companion Griselio Torresola, charged on Blair house last
J0 admitted attempt to kill President Truman. A White House
ie<f in the gun battle which followed. Torresola was
ibilitv”^ declared the u- S. will never again “run out on its
•ion f or tne Preservation of world peace. Truman made the
m an informal conversation preceeding a luncheon address
w wjuvczaanuu preceeuing a luncneoii auuicaa
to naT-’ ^° ’ home town. He referred to the 11. S. refusal
1 sairiF lci^ate tn the League of Nations. We can’t do it this
• Said> and we aren’t going to.
IS® Pac'f‘c Fleet.
the nexiT1 ^orean war and will enter Pacific coast porl
itine rec da^s’ according to the navy. The ships are bac
; Helena°n ition!ng- They include the aircraft carrier Boxe
ter win fnd Toledo and destroyers and destroyer escort
enter San Francisco’s Golden Gate Sunday.
estiil'negoy ^ Steel. . .
11 Section f°r new wa^e contracts in Pittsburgh. They
eaders p0i|Vffation tomorrow and then resume talks for wh
ail Wealthy” increases in pay.
To Play Leads
Lead roles In “Captain John and
the Golden Locket,” a Radio Work
shop presentation to be broadcast
Thursday, will be played by Jim
Blue, as Bigsby, and Ed Raggo
zinno, as the "Captain.”
Supporting parts as determined
by tryouts Friday will be played
by Janet Harris, Clifton Cole,
Diane Dunn, Evelyn Hodnett,
Pierre Rasquio, Bunnie Philbrick,
and Lois Williams.
More students are needed to
work on music and sound for the
show, according to Burton Filut,
director. Anyone interested may
inquire from 3 to 5 p.m. and from
7 to 9 a.m. today at the Univer
sity studios, Villard.
To Women Grads
Graduate women students or
those who will graduate this year
are eligible to apply for the Ame
lia Earhart scholarship, accord
ing to an announcement by the
Office of Student Affairs.
The scholarship, given to a
woman for graduate study in en
gineering with special interest in
aeronautics, amounts to $100.
Zonta International, an organi
zation of executive and profession
al women, is offering the award.
Further information about appli
cations may be obtained in the
Office of the Director of Women's
Affairs in Emerald Hall.
Most girls seem to prefer learn
ing popularity by male.
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