Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian

Vol. V, No 14.

México, D. F.

jueves 24 de julio, 1952

Página 1

  • MCCers Include Students From Maine to California
  • Good Neighbors Give Scholarships For Summer Study
  • Student Council Opens New Lounge, Plans New Service, Seeks Hints
  • Educator Gives Course On Children's Books
  • Studio Stages Actors To Present "Playboy"
  • Clases de Inglés In New Location

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Some of the Notre Dame students here for the Summer Quarter are (clockwise) Sam Overton, Paul Moylan (sponsor), Brother John Snoddy, Brother Harold Naudet. Jerome Carter, William Missimer and John Queenan
  • Foto 2: A True Bit O' The Ould Sod: Players pause a moment for the cameraman during an early rehearsal of 'Studio Stages' forthooming "The Playboy of the Western World". Left to right, Marilyn Gorman, Kenneth Long, Paule Fercella, Jimmy Plummer, Gerald Leahy, Jock Casasus, and Patricia Crowley. The play, a wild poetic Irish comedy, opens August 14 at the Little Theatre.

Página 2

  • Letters To The Editor
  • News Bits
  • At Home... Abroad
  • Maine to California

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: By Dean Paul V. Murray

Página 3

  • Salvation Army Workers Study Two Languages at MCC
  • Two Man Show Current Art Center Attraction
  • Paintings Gain World Wide Fame
  • Prizes For Best One Act Plays
  • Georgiana Greeson Is 1952 Library Scholarship Winner

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Interamerican student trio devoted to life of service in Salvation Army work. Left to right, Mrs. and Major Reginald Clevett and Ruth Quesada Martínez.
  • Foto 2: "BORDADORA", an oil by Felipe Orlando of MCC's art department, is now on exhibit in the Biennale gallery in Venice.
  • Foto 3: Dr. Elias T. Arnesen, Dean of the Division of Humanities at San Francisco State College and visiting professor; Miss Helen Kaufman, on leave from the Coumbus Memorial Library. Pan-American Union in Washington, D.C. and MCC library staff assistant; and Mrs. Georgiana Greeson, of Harrison, Arkansas, winner of the Southwestern Library Association scholarship for summer study at Mexico City College chat at recent reception for visiting prodessors and deparment heads.

Página 4

  • AFSC ScholarshipLeads From Alabama To MCC
  • Clydella Miller Tops In Language And Speech Fields
  • Hopes To Complete Study Before Draft
  • Clases de Inglés Continue to Gain
  • Summer Newman Dance At Chapultepec Aug. 8

Página 5

  • Through Tarahumara Land

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: A Typical Tarahumara from the Mesa de Arepunapuchic, near the big gorge.
  • Foto 2: Mexico's Rival to the Gran Canyon of the Colorado, the fabulous Barranca is over 100 miles long and 4,000 feet deep. An abundance of shrubbery and the constantly-shifting blue haze which covers the chasm make the Barranca a place of spectacular beauty.
  • Foto 3: All the oppression and suffering endured by the Tarahumara is portrayed in the face of this Tarahumara woman.

Página 6

  • Booters In Final Formation Stages
  • From Where I Sit...
  • Korean Vetran Benefits Voted
  • Tennis Racket
  • Keglers Close-up In Liga de Boliches
  • Band President Studies Spanish

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Trapping the ball in mid-air, goalie Al Antunis does well to impress onlookers of his soccer talent. The two hundred pound giant is also displaying for the first time in college history an MCC soccer uniform. The Green and White Aztecan colors are well know on the gridiron but have never before adorned the field of the sport of the "booters".
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