Mexico City Collegian - Official Student Publication of Mexico City College
Vol. [IV], No 6.
México, D. F.
jueves 1 de febrero, 1951
- Big Prizes For Speech Contest
- All Students Eligible To Try For Awards Totaling $1,500
- Registrar Head Will Visit Here On February 12
- Special Exams Border Trips
- Studio Stages On Air Tonight
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: ... to win the 1,000 pesos first prize in the oratorical contest set fot March 1 are (left to right) ... Baker, Henry Rose, Henry Shute, David Roberts and Tom Warner. The contest is being sponsored by Barney Collins, prominent local bussiness man. Speeches will be on the topic "The Influence of Modern Mexico on the United States". Besides the first prize there will be a second one of 300 pesos and a third of 200. Entrants may ... up until February 7.
Contestants who have signed up but who are not pictured here are Mike Marmelstein, Richard, Arnold Seidner, and Ann Garges.
- Foto 2: From Colorado to Mexico. Students from the University of Denver are first row (left to right) Jean Eischen, Jean Cunningham; second row, Sy Wise, Walter Stahlek, Joe Russ, Bob Christensen; third row, John Love, Jon Boltz, W. Ronald Douglas, and Nick Torrens.
- Library Hours
- New MCC Posters Sent to U S. Schools
- Alumnus Kane To The Rescue
- Graduate Study Here Gets High Recognition
- MCC to Purchase Collection of Late Professor Barlow
- Everybody Welcome At Thursday Dances
- MArtinez de Alva Proud Grandfather of Little Gringo
- Recent U. S. Magazine Praises College Librarian
- "Bo" Page Engagement Announced
- Noted Speakers For Psychology Club
- Grad Students Tackle Conservation Project
- MCCities Travel To Paricutin
- Smith, Cash Wedding On January 19
- Vera Cruz Fiesta A Student Magnet
Pies de foto
- Foto 1: At the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Cash left to right are: Frank De Luna, Robert Cutter, Jeanette Duncan, Robert Droulliard, Mrs. Robert Cutter, Robert H. Cash; the bride, William Greenacre, Mrs. Charles Peaboy and daughter Stacy, and Charles Peabody.
- Foto 2: Students of the clases de inglés and the American day students at the second of the weekly mixers, held every Thursday in the patio of the San Luis building, are shown here giving vent to a mambo. Although the musical tastes of the crowd are mixed, Latin selections seem to predominate among the requests.
- Annual Letter From Graduate Office
- Emily Post Pepinazo
- Well Over A Million Pesos Will Be Spent By Students This Term
- Famous Temple Brings Thoughts Of Ancient Past
- Mexican Outdor Sports
- Kanguros Defeat Softballers 4 - 1
- Mcc Beats Cubs For First Time
- Basketeers Begin Games At Hacienda