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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1950)
Red China Called
By U.N. Council
Compiled by John Barton
From the Wires of Associated Press
Communist China has been ordered by the United Nations se
curity council to appear before that body and answer charges of
intervening ip the Korean war. The council issued the order yes
The United States and France said they would regard repre
sentatives of Mao Tze-Tung’s government as defendants to the
charge. The charge, of course, was made Monday by General
MacArthur, supreme commander of U. N .forces in the Korean
war. He accused the China Reds of inserting 30,000 regular
troops into the Korea war. The U. S. demands they be immedi
Huge Swarms of Allied Planes...
- . . .pounded North Korea all along the Red China frontier yester
day, dropping hundreds of tons of bombs. Air observers has been see
ing what they call “very heavy traffic” of military vehicles pour
ing across Manchuria toward Korea. The air command wants to make
sure the going is as tough as possible when the traffic gets there.
Around 700 vehicles have been seen south of the border moving to
ward the front.
U. S. Jets Met Russian...
. . .made jets in a historic battle yesterday. The Red flyers tried to
l^e the Yanks over the border into Red China, but all they accom
plished was the destruction of one Red plane. Most of the fighting
was done at speeds around 600 miles an hour.
Ground Fighting. ..
. . .is still fairly quiet, with no major advances by either side re
corded. But they’re still shooting. East coast positions are being reen
forced by elements of the U. S. third infantry division, recently land
ed at Wonsan.
An Eye Witness. . .
, . .of one gigantic B-29 raid on far-north Korean points yesterday
was AP Correspondent Hal Boyle, flying with the Yanks. He was
over Sinuiju, which he says is on the most critical border in the world.
And he said the B-29, fighter-bombers and fighters, turned the town
into a “burning torch of warning’’ for the Chinese Reds. Seventy
eight B-29’s “beat that town to death” while Boyle watched. In 25
minutes, 90 per cent of the community was destroyed. All bridges
across the Yalu river have been destroyed, but bombadiers were care
ful to hit only the south (Korean) ends of the bridges.
Ike Eisenhower Will Be in Europe...
. . .before long as commander of the Western European defense
forces. He made this disclosure yesterday in Fort Worth, Texas. He
wouldn’t comment on his specific role in Western Europe, except that
he will be there “because it will be my job to get all these people to
But Ike added he will be back in this country by April to open the
American Assembly. That’s a project being sponsored by Columbia
University, of which he is president, to bring together the best minds
in the y. S. to study problems facing the nation and the world.
9 a.m.—Police Officers Class,
11 am.—Sumner Welles press
conf., SU Dad’s Lounge
11:45 a.m.—Forensics, 110 SU
13 noon—Sumner Welles lunch
eon, 112 SU
1:80 p.m.—Sub-eomm, Publica
tions Bd, 337 SU
3 p.m.—Sumner Welles Recep
tion, SU Dad’s Lounge
4 p.m.—Fulbright Interviews
I-VCF, 114 SU
4:30 p.m.—Forensics, 110 SU
Phi Chi Theta, 112 SU
4:45 p.m.—Mu Phi Epsilon,
6 p.m.—Phi Chi Theta Dinner,
6:30 pm.—YMCA, 213-214 SU
Theta Sigma Phi, 110 SU
7 p.m.—Delta Phi Alpha & Ger
man club, 333-334 SU
Future Teachers of Oregon,
Retorts, 114 SU
7:30 p.m.—Sumner Welles As
sembly, Mac Court
4 p.m.—AGS meeting, Sigma
“Captain John and the Golden
Locket,” a radio fantasy, will be
enacted by the Radio Workshop
under the direction of Burton Fil
ut at 4:30 p.m. today over station
Jim Blue will play the lead role
of Bigsby and Ed Raggozino will
portray Capt. John. Supporting
them are Janet Harris, Dianne
Dunn, Evelyn Hodnett, Pierre
Pasquio, Bunnie Philbriclc, Lois
Williams, Clifton Cole, and Don
Assisting Filut will be Loris
Antijunti, with George Drougas
and Lois Williams on sound and
music, and Terry Roseen at the
Road Work Set
For UO Campus
The campus mall and the Ger
linger Annex area will gain a new
face today, weather permitting.
Plans as outlined by 1.1. Wright,
physical plant head, call for the
black-topping of the mall’s ser
vice roadway and diagonal walks,
and pouring the concrete for the
east-west walk. Black-top will al
so be applied to the Gerlinger An
nex parking lot and the adjacent
Campus crews readied the sur
faces for the black-top Wednesday.
When a check comes back “no
account” maybe it means the per
son who wrote it.
In all work, advises a professo*j\
put your heart and soul into it.
Your head and hands might help)
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President Truman. . .
. . .had no comment yesterday on Eisenhower’s statement. The
President is now cruising abroad his yacht. The general has been in
for strong mention (along with Omar Bradley) for the position of
chairman of the U. S. joint chiefs of staff. And the President didn’t
have much to say about Tuesday’s elections either, except that he was
happy with some results, disappointed with others.
We May Never Be Able to Beat China...
. . .according to Lieut. Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, commander of
the Sixth army who formerly was wartime chief of staff for Chiang
Kai-shek. Wedemeyer says that out of 10 million North Koreans,
thWReds got 15 good tough divisions. And out of 450 million Chinese
there’s no telling how many endless armies the Commies could form.
“It is only reasonable to think that maybe we could never defeat such
a force,” said the general.
Acheson Won't Resign...
. . .despite the Republican election victory, the secretary of state
says. He says he has no intention of resigning. Acheson was a sort
of Republican target in the election. Harold Stassen says the GOP
win was a vote of no confidence in Acheson.
Nina Warren's Condition...
. . .is still critical. But a plane late yesterday was rushing polio serum
to her in Sacramento from Chicago. Nina, honey-haired, 17-year-old
daughter of California’s governor (and governor-elect) Warren, was
stricken with the dread polio early this week, and hospitalized Tues
day. She is paralyzed in both legs. And the tragedy came as her fath
er made political history by becoming the first man in history to get
three terms as governor of California.
Two Navy Destroyers...
. . .collided yesterday 400 miles off Wilmington, N. C., killing four
men. Three others were injured, two seriously. The collision occured
during Atlantic fleet maneuvers.
A Blizzard Is Sweeping.. .
. . .toward the northern and central part of the IT. S., Weather
bureau men say snow, cold and 40-mile-an-hour winds will hit Min
nesota and other points.
A "Large" Earthquake...
. . .was recorded yesterday at the University of California on seis
rr^lfaphs. Authorities said its center was about 6,000 miles fron
Berkeley, probably in the South Pacific.
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