Foto 1: Dallas Beauties, at MCC for the summer. Left, top to bottom, Carol Luce, Addie Lee Burroughs, Ann Quillen, Joan Hassell; right, top to bottom, Shirley Jones, Jeanne Davis, Priscilla Vermooten; sitting, left to right, Linda Hancock and Frances Ann Burke. (Story on page 6).
So-Called Student Writers Get Professional Size Checks
Fencers Learn All The Tricks
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Foto 1: Around a display table in the children's books course are Alicia Coria, British Council Library; Laura M. de Piña, American Book Store; Aurora Labastida, Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin; Amparo Arteaga, Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin; Wilma Ebergenyi B., American Book Store; and Professor Noris McClellan.
Foto 2: Playing Hamlet, or something, are (left to right) Remy Bastion, Michael Fody, and Merle Wachter.
Foto 3: Admiring the under water murals at the Lerma Pumping Station are Mary Lou Proctor of Belton, Texas, Bill Rambo and Mrs. Marie H. Spence and Jamie Spence of Temple, Texas, and Maxine Schuetze of Burlington, Texas. Mrs. Spence is the winner of an MCC scholarship, and the others are all attending the summer session on Good Neighbor awards.
Foto 1:Dead Man Returns!! Left to right: David Reed, Jimmy Plummer, Gerald Leahy, Kenneth Long, Marilyn Gorman, Patsy VonWeberer, Richard Batcher, Paule Forcella, Patricia Crowley, Elsa Weber, and Jules Klebanoff in lively scene from Studio Stages'. 'The Playboy of the Western World'. The Irish comedy will play at the College Theatre each night through Saturday, August 23, at 8:30 (Photo by Sidel)
Foto 2: Photographed outside Chapultepec Castle are Selma Quateman of Chicago, John La Prade, an MCC scholarship winner from Brownwood, Texas, Ted Carmack of San Antonio, Mrs. Coralea Shaw and Hazel Simons of Dallas, both attending MCC on scholarships donated to the Good Neighbor Commission of Texas.
Foto 2: Studens visiting MCC for the summer from Georgetown School of Foreing Service (top to bottom, left) Mrs. Thomas Crooket, Mr. Thomas Crooket, Wm. Francis Hart, Donald Haddard, Lydia Weher, Jimen Balcazar (right) Harold Payer, Manuel Pérez Alonso, sponsor, Francis Kerner, Robert Bria nFox, David Harrison, Ted Carmack.
Foto 3: A cross section of Arizona students shown are from Phoenix, Seligman, and Tucson. (Left to right) Joseph J Murphy, accounting major studying Spanish here, Tucson: Don W. Grady, also working for Spanish credit, Tucson; Marian M. Hale, a Spanish student, Tucson; Irma A. Urrea, an education major taking electives, Tucson; Clydella E. Miller, a speech-drama major taking Spanish, Seligman; Mary B. Sargeant, taking advanced painting, Phoenix; and Lorna A. Grady, taking Mexican history, Tucson, Not present are Katherine Evans, Marie J. Costick, Spencer J. Giffords, and Mary Ellen Troutman of Douglas, Tucson, and Phoenix respectively.
Marvin Gray, Outstanding Player Of Last Year's Eleven, Selected For Tough Football Assignment
From Where I Sit...
Bowling Teams Finishing Strong
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Foto 1: Coach Marvin Gray, recently chosen by Dean Paul V. Murray to direct the Mexico City College football team, is shown here as he will appear to his chargers on the gridiron. Gray was successful in his first coaching assignment, wining the Liga Intermedia championship with the Club Parras team. This will be his first attempt at coaching in the Liga Mayor, which is the top division in Mexican football.