Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian

Vol. IV, No 1.

México, D. F.

miércoles 11 de octubre, 1950

Página 1

  • Streamlined Assembly Draws Capacity Crowd
  • Medical Service Given At Clinic
  • Club Will Sponsor Tour to Pyramids
  • Enrollment Near 900 Sets New Fall Record
  • Art Department Adds Show Room

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Part of the 886 students registered for the fall quarter are shown above as they left the opening assembly at Sears auditorium last week. Dr. Henry L. Cain, president of the college, gave a welcoming adress and Dean A. W. Bork was also a speaker. Nominations for student body officers completed the program.

Página 2

  • Know Your Faculty
  • Campus Personalities
  • Tips On Mexico

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: John Somerville
  • Foto 2: Edward and Ann Gibbons

Página 3

  • Card Catalog Is Finished
  • "Just Mexico" Is Main Interest Of New Scholarship Students
  • Writers Plan Talk Series
  • New Local Students
  • Approval Is Required For Announcements
  • Margaret Shedd's New Novel Out Next Month
  • "Old Timers" Back At MCC
  • See Counselors For Signatures

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Mary Pollock
  • Foto 2: Charles Brown

Página 4

  • Weckmann Leaves For Study in France
  • Dr. French Becomes Answer Man
  • Then And Now - 1942 TO 1950
  • No Pica Mucho
  • Songsters Search For Good Bass

Página 5

  • A Drift On The Draft
  • Never A Dull Day – Verdad?

Página 6

  • Dr. Stafford's Book Praised By Scholars
  • Spanish Poet On Teaching Staff
  • Borgia Manuscripts Traced To Chichén Itzá Vicinity
  • Pelissier Visits Eastern Colleges
  • Latin American - Nordic Study To Be Published
  • T. S. Eliot Play Termed Success

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Covered with over a hundred layers of whitewash, perhaps applied annually, the large fresco shown above was discovered by the Carnegie Institute in Chichén Itzá on the outside of the Tem ple of the Warriors.
  • Foto 2: The Death God (lower left) of the Fejervary Codex in Liverpool wears the same paper ornaments on his joints and carries the same flint knife and severed head as the Warriors' Temple fresco.

Página 7

  • Current Activities In The Arts
  • Review of the Art Galleries
  • Important Modern Sculptor Creates Functional Statue
  • "Born Yesterday" Set As Season Opener
  • The Paisano

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: G. Cueto
  • Foto 2: Beisbolista

Página 8

  • The Collegian Sports Parade
  • MCC's Softballers Win, Lose Their Final League Contests
  • All The Bull
  • Aztecas Drop First 3 Games
  • Incidentally Speaking

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Here's how the 1950 Aztecas look to opponents as they line up for the battle. Left to right, Manuel Correa, Bill Tomp, Gene Lepper, Al Lopez, Buz Sonnier Dick Pierpont, and Don Mullins comprise the line. In the backfield are Joe Cerra Bob Schilling, "Soldado" Arriola, and Bob Fox. To the extreme left is the elbow of Coach Byerly, who you'll find, is a bit camera shy.
  • Foto 2: Dick Pierpont, Azteca lineman.
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