Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. VI, No 3.

México, D. F.

miércoles 26 de noviembre, 1952

Página 1

  • Hemingway Novel Subject Of Writing Center Discussion
  • Haddad Recalled
  • OSU Students To Attend MCC
  • Murray Returns From Texas Trip
  • Purchase Show At Art Center
  • Collegian Editor New Press Club President
  • Music Department Will Present Nativity Play
  • Armilla's Classes Being Taught By Weitlaner, Lorenzo

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: "The Old Man And The Sea" was the subject of a recent round-table discussion in the Writing Center. (Left to right) Edmund Murphy, U.S. Embassy Cultural Attaché; Elsa Garza Larumbe, MCC assistant professor of English; James Norman, widely published novelist and short story writer; and Ted Robbins, co-director of the Writing Center.
  • Foto 2: Eleanor Rudolph (left, first row) was crowned queen of the '52 Football Squad at the Coronation Ball Saturday at Ciro's. Eleanor was the Press Club's candidate. Princesses were (right, first row) Marta López, Clases de Inglés; (second row) Barbara Knotts, Fencing Club; María Elena Ruiz, Clases de Inglés; Margarita Bustamante, Clases de Inglés; (third row) Margaret Hawley, Latin American Economics Society; and Susie Jeffcot, MCC Chorus.

Página 2

  • Art For The Masses
  • "Que Toquen Otra Vez..."
  • To The Editor
  • Grad Office Will Change Location
  • New Pamphlets Now On Presses
  • Alumni Notes
  • From The Dean's Desk

Página 3

  • MCC Linguistics Lecturer Favors Direct Methods
  • Amador Reproduces Paintings In Oil
  • Frosh - Junior Picnic Stimulates School Spirit

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Transcribing the speech of a Zapotec indian, students in George C. Cowan's course in Descriptive Linguistics face a practical problem. Back to the camera, Robert Ashby and Vera Snyder. Left to right, Jim Giles, Lois Huish, informant Gregorio M. López, and instructor Cowan.
  • Foto 2: Planning the frosh - junior picnic are (left to right), Tom Kingsbury, Peggy Finnel, and Gabriel López.
  • Foto 3: The picnic was fun. Here are some of the people who worked hard to make it a success. (Left to right) Margaret Hawley, Anne Kingsbury, Bob Gómez, Bonnie Beard, and Helen Shader.

Página 4

  • Weitlaner Work Displays Wide Range Of Interest
  • Geography Frat To Receive Pins
  • Library Suggestion
  • Chorus Elects New Officers
  • Psychology Classes Visit Parque Lira
  • Sanborn Leads Photo Group In Shooting Expeditions
  • Freshmen Impressions

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Discussing a point after class with Prof. Weitlaner are (left to right) Volney Dunklin, John Paddock, Vera Snyder, Dick Beesly, Prof. Weitlaner, Elizabeth Wachtel, Jim Giles, and Robert Ashby.
  • Foto 2: Students observing weaving techniques in the Otomi area.

Página 5

  • At Home... Abroad
  • Get Literal... And Get Lost
  • Enrollment Open For Anthro Field Work
  • Cambridge Educated Spaniard Instructs History, Fencing
  • Figure Modeling To Start Next Term
  • Dr. Briseño Returns From Washington

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Carlos M. Sagasta

Página 6

  • Water Ballet Star Learns Under-Sea Table Manners
  • 82 Airborne Vet Continues Studies
  • Texas Scholarship Winners Praise Local Environment
  • Korean Vet Plans To Solve Ancient Problem

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Willa Harris
  • Foto 2: Bill Dutcher
  • Foto 3: Pat Kennon and Shirley Simpson
  • Foto 4: John Hobgood

Página 7

  • Ex-Air Force Flier Still Navigating Unger G. I. Bill
  • "Syllogisms Will Get You, If You Don't Look Out," Says Logician
  • Around The World With "Sarge" And The U.S. Marines
  • Miss Parmley At Convention For MCC

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Fred Grovic
  • Foto 2: Donating their time and efforts to the success of the current Southwestern Library Convention being held in Mexico this week, the MCC students pictured here took turns at the convention information booth. (Left to right) A. M. Lantsberger, Ann Seminara, Joyce Barger, Paul Pilz, Hertercene Turner, Bob Saunders, Roy Downs, Arnold Salcedo, and Mary Anne Schwandt.
  • Foto 3: Almost to the top of Ixtaccihuatl, 17343 foot peak, the sixth highest mountain in the Americas, are Sten Bergman and Roy Downs. Bob Saunders was along too, but, being the photographer, he doesn't appear in this shot. The three mountain climbers took about twelve hours to make the grade and spent two nights in the mountains, one of which was passed huddled in rock crevices.

Página 8

  • University Outlasts Aztecas
  • 39-20 Puma Win Analyzed By Local Press Notices
  • From Where I Sit...
  • Bowling Teams Making Headway
  • MCC Soccer Team Trounces AHS
  • Irzyk-Goldfarb Team Wins Doubles Event
  • Football Queen Crowned At Annual Coronation Ball

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: George "The Tank" Martínez, who rolled through to acclaim by Mexico City sportswriters as the star of the week, Martínez thrilled the yell-happy crowd with the longest run of the game against the University, returning a punt 91 yards for a TD.
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