Universidad de las Américas Puebla

Dirección de Bibliotecas

Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian

Vol. VI, No 5.

México, D. F.

jueves 29 de enero, 1953

Página 1

  • Dr. John Elmendorf Joins College Administration
  • Front Page Ball Set For February
  • Sculpture Show At Art Center Runs Two Weeks
  • Dr. H.L. Cain Will Retire From MCC Presidency

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. John Elmendorf, former director of the Mexican-Northamerican Cultural Institute of Cultural Relations, has joined the administrative staff of MCC. Dr. Elmendorf is shown here addressing the MCC graduating class of '52.
  • Foto 2: Co-founders of Mexico City College, President Henry L. Cain and Dean Paul V. Murray. Dr. Cain will retire in June when Dean Murray will become the second president of MCC.

Página 2

  • Value Of The Student Council
  • From The Dean's Desk

Página 3

  • New Sennett Theatre Group Presents "Gigi"
  • VA Releases Veteran Info
  • MCC Anthropology Students To Work In Abandoned City

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Starlet studies for lead role in Players, Incorporated, initial production, the Anita ("Gentlemen Prefer Blondes") Loos version of the sparkling Parisian comedy, "Gigi" which opened at Teatro Hotel Nacional last week. Readheaded Marylin German was a Spanish and Drama student at MCC for more than two years. She'll be remembered for her outstanding performance last summer in MCC's "The Playboy of the Western World" (Photo by foto-Press).

Página 4

  • At Home... Abroad
  • Geographer Vivo In South America On OAS Project 29
  • Schelley Plays Snow-Man To Mexican Student
  • Lida At Harvard
  • Armillas Begins Five-Year Search
  • Calif. Accepts MCC Bachelor

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Jerome Schelley, Economics and International Relations major at MCC, and his wife Helen show a Mexican boym from Colegio Columbia just what a white Christmas is like in Wisconsin.

Página 5

  • Winter Quarter In Mexico

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Baldwin-Wallace college juniors from Cleveland, Ohio, Winifred Horton, Margery Harkness and Nancy Neukon display their knowledge of rebozo styles; while Kent States Gordon Wynn, Ohio State's Roger Lawrence and William Cleber, also of Baldwin-Wallace, approve from the back. Winifred wears a Mexico City type rebozo as a stole around her shoulders. The hand-woven wool rebozo wound around Margery's head was made by the Zapotec Indians near Mitla and is worn in their characteristic fashion. Covering head, chest and shoulders, the cotton-and-silk rebozo gracing the smiling Nancy is from Santa María in the State of Hidalgo.
  • Foto 2: Newly arrived Winter Quarter in Mexico students relax for a moment to listen to the music of the welcoming mariachis before learing the bus station for their respective lodgings. In the back row, standing, are Greta Gordon, Mimi Zeligman, Ery Bendit, and Tom Ballinger. Seated on suitcases are Connie Findley, Pat Flynn, Carolyn Snook, Marilyn Kreilick, and Charlotte Dumford. The travelers' fresh look might be attributed to the fact that they have just terminated an exceptionally enjoyable trip, which included sightseeing stops in several American and Mexican cities and towns. Most of the WQIM students claimed to be thrilled by the mariachi greeting and with the lively strains of such Mexican favorites as Guadalajara, Cielito Lindo, and Son de la Negra.
  • Foto 3: Home was never like this in midwinter. Some of the Winter Quarter in Mexico students enjoy a lunch in the sun at Herman's on Leibnitz in Colonia Anzurez. Left to right Eleanor Rudolph, Press Club queen, Marcy Vaughn, Salem, Ohio; Ralph Antolino, Columbus, Ohio; and Teri Zimmerman, Lakewood, Ohio, do justice to the blue plate special, a comida corrida.
  • Foto 4: Scholarship winners Martha Vaughn (left) and Dellie Grossnickle are shown chatting in the patio with Dr. James Tharp, professor at Ohio State U. Martha and Dellie were awarded the Mexicohio and Ohio scholarships, respectively, to study at MCC during the winter wuarter. The Mexicohio award is made every year by the Mexicohio Club, which consists of Ohio State students who have studied in Mexico. The Ohio scholarship is given bu Ohio State U.

Página 6

  • For Artists ONLY
  • Bongartz Publishes In Paris Magazine
  • Martínez de Alva Attends Congress
  • Mrs. Rowland Resigns To Take New Post
  • Alumni Write From Paris, London And All Points
  • Dance Success
  • Bernal Lectures In Cities of Europe

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Ex MCCers Patsy Adam of Mexico City and Earl Votaw, upper left, of St. Louis, who were married on December 27th at the Christ Church on Articulo 123. Following the ceremony at which Roger Brothers, upper right, was best man, a reception was held at the University Club on the Paseo de la Reforma. Ushers included Al López, Raúl Fuentes and James Meehan.

Página 7

  • Old Shipmates Meet in Mexico
  • co-ed Candidate For Queen of Ball
  • Ex-Navy Chief Likes Patio Sun
  • Attractive Mother - Daughter Duo Here From New Jersey
  • Scenario Writer In Writing Center

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Marge and John Cannon, and Ann Seminara talking over old Navy days outside the San Luis Potosí Building.
  • Foto 2: Gloria Dickinson
  • Foto 3: Attractive mother and daughter duo, Mrs. Frank Smith (right) and Betty Anne Smith are currently studying at MCC. Recently arrived in Mexico from their native New Jersey, they expect to be in this country at least two years.
  • Foto 4: John Bright

Página 8

  • Report On MCC Golf Activities
  • The Controversial Side Of Boxing
  • Winter Tennis Tournament Planned For February
  • Planksters Competing In Liga De Boliches

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Demonstrating the finer opints of putting, golf instructor Herman Crist appears to have the undivided attention of six Mexico City College student golf enthusiasts. Shown from left to right on the green at the beautiful Chapultepec Country Club are MCCers Louis Phillips, Alkis Vourvoulias, Carl Myer, Selma Kamen, instructor Herman Crist, Al Craig and Ed Dobson.
Volumen
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24