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World News Capsules
. Outnumbered U.S. Sabre Jets
Win in Two Korean Dogfights
Compiled by Herb Voremberg
(From the wires of United Prow)
American Sabre Jets, outnumbered two-to one, banded the
■•Communists their most decisive air defeat of the Korean war
Tuesday, knocking down six and possibly seven Kussian-built
Migs, in two duels yesterday.
The engagement, the largest of the war, brought the total
of cnemv planes shot down to 120, and bettered the previous
'showing for any single day’s combat.
_ I*'ifty-eight U.S. jets, all of which returned safely, engaged a
total of 125 Red planes, which sought to disrupt U.N. ground
'lorces in their "killer attacks" in the vicinity of Chorwon.
* The U.S. air victory underscored (»cn. Omar Bradley’s con
fident prediction that the Allied forces now “poised and ready
to strike" can fight the war to a successful military conclusion,
if Korean armistice talks fail.
The day’s ground fighting bogged down to a standing fight,
a- the air battles raged overhead.
Six men were killed, and fifteen injured . . .
... in a naval gunfire accident off Cubn. The U.S.S. Gatling, a de
stroyer, was conducting firing exercises when a fire inch anti-aircraft
gun went off acidentally. The shell hit the barrel of another gun mount,
and a spray of fragments caused the deaths and Injuries. The list of
Injured did not include the names of any west coast men.
'Air evacuation was demanded . . .
., ... by the British oil refinery workers, to save them the trouble and
.embarrassment of a sea evacuation.
The British government’s decision to pull out of Iran completely, set
'the stage Tuesday for an unprecedented election campaign fight over
’’ The labor party has claimed it is the party of peace and indirectly
he accused the conservatives of old-fashioned imperialism and war
'Rain is good for something ...
.. .indicated by the delay of any power brownout in the Pacific North
The threatened brownout would have cut off power to defense plants
mnd clamped rigid controls on outdoor advertising and floodlighting.
The current rainfall has increased the rate of stream flow in the
"Columbia river, and present reports indicate that there will be no
curtailment of power for the near future.
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A tropical storm moved inland . . .
... on Florida's west coast after endangering four vessels in the Gulf
At least three lives were lost as the storm, with wind gusts up to
sixty miles per hour pounded south Florida. The high winds cut tele
phone communications between Miami and the rest of the west coast
More rain and winds were forecast for all of Florida and the rest of
the east coast.
The reactivation of Camp White ...
*. _.‘?is at a standstill while government investigators deliberate over
whether or not it is the best possible spot in the area for the purpose
Camp White was declared surplus in May, 1946, and some of its fa
Tilities were turned over to a private lumber company.
Now, it would cost $11 million to reclaim it fro mthe lumber inter
ests. Planning for construction by a Medford architecture concern was
halted after the army engineers report.
A new drug against malaria ...
...was tested on 1,500 Korean combat veterans who docked in Se
The new drug is Primaquine, which comes in pill form. The main pur
pose of the tests was to determine if seasickness had any effect on the
workings of the drug.
Four hundred students . ..
- ... of the new Redwood school in Grants Pass were on vacation yes
terday pending an investigation of the building by architects.
• The children were sent home when a 36-foot-long truss holding up the
joof of the lunch room collapsed. Rain had also been seeping into class
rooms and the auditorium. The building was accepted from the con
tractor last week.
Another cache of narcotics ...
... was seized aboard a troopship steaming toward Seattle, the
collector of customs revealed yesterday.
Officers aboard the navy transport Joe T. Martinez found one-and
gne-half ounces rf heroin in the locker of a messman as the vessel
sailed toward Seattle with 511 Korean veterans.
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An announcement form Buckingham ...
"... palace said the condition of King George VI is continuing to im
prove. The British monarch underwent a serious operation for removal
yf alt-'or part of a diseased lung nine days ago.
The latest official bulletin said “There has been further improvement
in the King’s condition in the past 24 hours.
ASUO Screening Group
Member# of the A.SUO screen
ing committee are requested to
meet at 4 p.m. today in the ASUO
office in the Student Union by
Dave Rodway, committee chair
Presidents of all professional
honoraries on campus are request
ed to report to the office of stu
dent affairs to fill out a roster of
officers and give other information
concerning their organization. The
office of student affairs asks that
tills be done as soon as possible.
The Pre-nursing Club will meet
today at 12 noon at Wesley House,
president Alice Welk has an
Pre-nursing women are invited
to attend and should bring a sack
The fall organizational meeting
of the Young Republican Club will
be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the
General purposes and back
ground of the College Young Re
publicans league will be explained
by Dick Paul, chairman of the
college league, who also will pre
side at the meeting.
Plans for the club's activities
at the college league convention
in Salem Oct. 20 and 21 and the
Oregon Young Republican Federa
tion convention in Portland during
November will be discussed.
A. H. Kunz, head of the depart
ment of chemistry, will deliver a
public Sigma Xi, lecture on science
honorary “Chemical Microscopy”
on Monday at 8 p.m. in the Stu
There will be a business meeting
of the University chapter of Sigma
Xi before the lecture, at 7:15 p.m.
There will be a meeting of the
University of Oregon faculty to
day at 4 p.m. in 3 Fenton. New
members will be introduced.
Over 300 Schools
Belong to NSA
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Freedom and Student Rights,
which has performed work in re
search and information. NSA's re
gional organizations also sponsor
informational, welfare, and cul
Regional conferences are held to
get together students of the
schools in the region to confer on
student life, government, and na
tional and international problems.
Any number of students from col
leges in the Great Northwest re
gion may attend the regional as
Activities of NSA on all levels
are directed toward the lines sug
gested in its constitution, such as
the maintenance of academic free
dom and student rights, stimula
tion and improvement of demo
cratic student governments, and
promotion of international under
standing and fellowship.
Thursday: Observation on the
national student congress in Au
gust by a foreign student who
uttended the congress, a continu
ation of the role of NSA, and
some arguments which have
l)cen advanced for and against It,
in the second and concluding ar
ticle in this series.
Order of the 'O'
Order of the “O” President Tom
my Kdwards announced Tuesday
that there will be a meeting of
that organization at noon today
at the Phi Gamma Delta house.
He added that members who help
ed as ushers at the Stanford game
may receive their pay at today’s
Coach Len Casanova’s 1949
Santa Clara squad defeated Ken
tucky 21-13 in the 1950 Orange
Thursday at 5 p:m. is the dead
line to sign up for rushing, Joanne
Lewis, Panhellenic president, an
nounced. Those wishing to register
for rushing should sign up in the
office of Mrs. Golda P. Wickham,
director of women’s affairs.
A rushees meeting is scheduled
for Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Ger
linger, the rushing headquarters.
Procedure for rushing and explana
tion of the date schedule will be
made by Miss Lewis and questions
will be answered.
Rushing will start on Friday and
run through Monday. The Friday
and Saturday dates will be in
formal and call for campus clothes.
On Sunday and Monday, which
has been designated as preference
day, rushees are to wear short
After the last date Monday,
rushees are to turn in their pre
ference cards to the Gerlinger
headquarters. The bids will be
picked up after 6 a.m. Tuesday
and the pledges are due at their
respective houses for breakfast by
Night Editor—Joan Marie Mil
Night Staff—Sue Fuller, Mary
Barber, Mary Ann Mowery, Jeri
Austin, Ginger Loudon.
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Makeup editor: Phil Eettens.
Copy desk: Donna May, Virginia
... at the Infirmary
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday
For Mus/c School
Exine Anderson, lyric soprano,
will be singer and voice teacher 1
this year at the music school, re
placing Mrs. Florence Vander- j
Miss Anderson comes from Min
nesota via Columbia University
and the Metropolitan Opero in
j New York. Miss Anderson won a
! Catherine Long scholarship giving j
her a part in Wagner's “Die Meis
The new voice teacher has also j
had experience in radio work with j
Lyn Murray, Frank Black, and
Toscannini over the NBC network, j
She plans a recital at the music
school auditorium Dec. 1
Previous experience includes a
concert at Times Hall in New
York, soloist for New York tem
ples and the Fifth Avenue Presby
terian Church, and three years of
teaching at Columbia University.
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