The essay contest rankled the Soviet’s . representatives. The Soviets were famous for using their veto power in the Security Council; they cast 45 vetoes in the first five years of the .’s existence. The chief Soviet delegate to the United Nations, Jacob Malik, launched into a tirade about the essay contest on September 16, 1950. He claimed that . Secretary General Trygve Lie had promised to end the contest. He was infuriated to learn that it was still on, and that winners were about to be announced. Malik declared that the contest organizers “aimed at undermining one of the basic principles of the United Nations Charter.” Exactly what that “basic principle” entailed was not stated. Lie merely replied that he was “surprised that the Soviet delegation should take such interest in a relatively minor administrative question.”
This is the fourth of the mandatory 15 in the last hour of the Test. Bouncer from Ishant, Handscomb leaves well, good testing line around off angling into the body, and an equally good leave. Immediately the fuller length, Ishant still probing away, but PH defends. Again the search for the yorker, and PH does well each time to pull his front foot out of the way so he can get the bat down to it. Short after those two fuller balls, and this time Handscomb into the pull, nicely controlled, not overhitting it and almost a short arm jab, gets him four. Australia 35 ahead.
Youth Day was celebrated throughout the former Yugoslavia on May 25. This was also a celebration of Josip Broz Tito 's birthday who was in fact born on May 7, 1892. His birthday was celebrated on May 25, because his troops were attacked by Nazis on May 25, day of his birth found on his forged personal documents. In the weeks preceding the date youth ran a relay around the country and on his birthday Tito was ceremonially presented with the baton. The baton, which had passed through all major cities, contained a symbolic birthday message, ostensibly from the youth of the whole country.