Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. VI, No 4.

México, D. F.

jueves 11 de diciembre, 1952

Página 1

  • Donald Demarest Sells Novel, "Fabulous Ancestor"
  • Dugas Gets High Honor
  • MCC Receives Korean Vet OK
  • Press Club Plans For Conference
  • Chorus And Drama Group Present Play This Week
  • Rags, Tatters Feature Art Club Dance Tonight
  • Vets Given Word To The Wise
  • Royal Society Honors Whitbourn

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Alice Dugas, Chief Librarian at MCC is shown with President Henry L. Cain. Mis Dugas was awarded the Distinguished Visitor Medal and was chairman of the Southwestern Library Association conference which was held recently in Mexico City.
  • Foto 2: Rehearsing for the chorus concert and Nativity play to be presented Saturday and Sunday are (left to right) Roy Downs, Victor Chiquiar, Al López, Dorothy López, Clarence Bordeman, Bob Davis, César Pinkus, Susie Jeffcott, Maureen Leggatt, Beverly Phillips, Jane Oskins, Mabel Senor, Dave Roberts (director of the play), Mercedes Arizpe, and Marge Cannon. Evelyn Mosier Foster, director of the chorus, is seated with back to camera.

Página 2

  • Glad Hand All Around
  • Forty-Four Students Scheduled For B. A.'s
  • Hispanic Studies Field Loses Top Men Of Letters
  • From The Dean's Desk

Página 3

  • Dave And Thea Ramsey In Current "Mademoiselle"
  • Ebersole Studying At Lawrence For Ph. D.
  • Drama Group's Plays Convincingly Portrayed
  • Dugas Honored
  • At Home... Abroad

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: The Ramseys in their studio apartment.
  • Foto 2: On the good neighborly visit of Governor Johnston Murray of Oklahoma the welcome to the campus was extended by Vice President Paul V. Murray for the Oklahomans at MCC. Among those who met the Governor at the Art Center or at the informal coffee and sinkers patio get-together were Miss Juanita Means, Librarian, Oklahoma City University; Mr. Eugene Long of the MCC faculty; Patrick Kennon, student, Oklahoma City; and Mr. W. D. Little, publisher of the Ada Oklahoma News and President of the Board of Regents of Higher Education in Oklahoma. Many who met the Governor were convinced of the validity of the more than mild ripple of hope which ran through the SWLC sessions that he might be named next Ambassador to Mexico.

Página 4

  • Patroness Of The Americas Honored In Mexico Tomorrow
  • At Home And Abroad
  • College Students Exhibit Art Work
  • From National Univ. To MCC President
  • Art Show Solves Xmas Shopping

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: On the hill of Tepeyac there stands an eighteenth century chapel that marks the site of the Virgin of Guadalupe's appearances to Juan Diego (Photo by Mary Lou Pease).
  • Foto 2: Among the devotional offerings on the December 12 Fiesta of the Virgin of Guadalupe, are those of the colorfully costumed Indian dancers. Performing in the Basilica plaza and on the hill at dawn, these dancers add an exotic note to the religious holiday (Photo by Mary Lou Pease).

Página 5

  • South Sea Wanderer Now Sociology Major
  • Popular Student Weds Tomorrow
  • Talented Puppeteer Finds Ideas In Local Folkways.

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Helping Daddy with his lessons in "Everyday Spanish". Gardner Gilliam and his two daughters, Russel and Michelle.
  • Foto 2: Evelyn and Buck
  • Foto 3: Ruth Gardner and one of her puppets.

Página 6

  • Ken Howe Triumphs In Men's Single Matches
  • From Where I Sit...
  • Bowling's Top Ten
  • Thirteen M.A.'s To Be Awarded
  • Enrollment Open In Field Work
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