Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 6, No 9.

México, D. F.

jueves 21 de mayo, 1953

Página 1

  • Collegian Takes Top Honor In Newspaper Competition
  • Plastic Arts Faculty Exhibits At Saloncito
  • Lopez Reports On Conference
  • First Season Of Olmec Work Almost Finished
  • Gonzalez Shows Oil Paintings
  • Plastic Arts Faculty Exhibits At Saloncito
  • Army Map Making Viewed By Frat

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Dave Ramsey, design and painting instructor at the MCC Art Center, is shown chatting with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gourley at the opening of the Exposition of the Faculty of Plastic Arts which opened at the Art Center's Galería Saloncito recently. Mrs. Gourley is a student at MCC while her husband works for Time and Life magazines. The painting in the background is Fernando Belain's "Cristo" done in oil.
  • Foto 2: Trophy holding editors meet at TIPA conference. Daisy Culley, editor of The Prospector of Texas, Western, and Bob Tulp, editor of The Collegian hold awards for papers from colleges of more than 1000 students, and Class B for smaller senior colleges.

Página 2

  • Collegian Success
  • Esoteric Carrillo Music Pleases Local Audience
  • Peter Piper Presents Puzzle Pidió Pedro Para Pensar

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Picture of the week – A group of MCCers shown on a recent excursion to historic Chapultepec Castle.

Página 3

  • Prize Plays Introduced In Spring Drama Festival
  • Luncheon Tendered Student Council At Dean's Home

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Virgil Richardson, New York dramatist, has long been a student at the Creative Writing Center. His one-act play, "A Family Affair", was awarded three opening-night curtain calls when premiered recently by Studio Stages at the Spring Drama Festival (Photo by Marilú Pense).
  • Foto 2: Assembled in the MCC Patio are some of the members of the spring quarter Student Council. Front row, L. to r., Tom Kingsbury; Roy Downs; Hertercene Turner, Council Secretary; Ransome Miller; Bill Llewellyn, Council Chairman. Back row, l. to r., Dick Parthenais; John Orrell; Elmore Barton; Arnold Salcedo; and Jay Wilson, Council Vice-Chairman.

Página 4

  • Humphrey Here From Wayne
  • Writing Center Authors Continue To Market Works

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. Norman Humphreys and students
  • Foto 2: Mass migration. - Students and faculty alike took advantage of the recent four day holiday and made a mass migration to Acapulco. Post-grads of Acapulco Tech are, left to right, William Pontius, Carlos Ortigoza, Ken Smith, Henry Guthrie, Vic Barnett, Phyllis Lamley, Larry Toadvine, Bob Slepka, Jean O' Malley, Arden Bovee, and Becky Chang.

Página 5

  • Lost In Deep Jungles For Days, Student Now Safely Back In Patio

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: John Hobgood wears a tilma made by the highland Maya of Chiapas. The garment, made of handwoven brown and white wool, cost 15 pesos second hand.
  • Foto 2: It takes time to become accustomed to sleeping in a jungle hammock which is actually as comfortable as any bed -- after one gets used to it. This model is equipped with a waterproof cover and mosquito netting, two very necessary details.
  • Foto 3: Indians from the highland town of Huistan in Chiapas wear a distinctive costume consisting of a coolie-like hat adorned with colored ribbons, a black and white wool serape, and white pants of such a nature as to have caused the wearers to be callen "diaper boys".
  • Foto 4: On the coast of British Honduras natives live in one house and cook in another. All wooden huts are built on piles for the sake of coolness and as protection against varmints. The cook hut in the foreground is made of palm leaves and cane stalks.

Página 6

  • Puppeteers Plan New Production
  • Diplomatic Merry Go Round Halted By Studies Here

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Making puppets for their next production are the Titeriteritos, MCC student puppet group. Membera are, left to right, Lou Phillips, Bill Geppert, Bob Davis, Clarence Bordeman and Mary Vaughn. Missing from the picture is Ruth Gardner, who acted as photographer. Clarence Bordeman is not saluting, he is merely passing the lacquer.
  • Foto 2: Doris Herbruger
  • Foto 3: Estela Herbruger
  • Foto 4: MCC conference headquarters at the TIPA meeting in Wichita Falls was a mecca for poster viewing delegates such as association vice-president Frank Alban, and Mary Ruth and Bob Cunningham of the host school, Midwestern University.

Página 7

  • Leaves Band For Spanish
  • To Orient And Back Again
  • Frank Petot Here From Indo-China
  • Tokyo Rosenfeld Now Writing For MCC Collegian

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Del Wilson
  • Foto 2: Eddie Rosenfeld, former publicity writer for General McArthur's headquarters in Tokyo, congratulates Lt. Glenn Davis in Yokahamn gym after "Mr. Outsides" brilliant play helped his team garner All-Army basketball championship in 1949.

Página 8

  • Softball Reactivated For Summer Quarter
  • Army Officer, Wife Resume Schooling

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Cut-head, offensive saber thrust is being demonstrated by Merle Wachter, right, and the parry or defensive movement is eing performed by Hubert Ramírez, left, during a recent meeting of the Latin America Fencing Club. The club is preparing for the Mexican National Fencing Championship to be held in June with practice sessions schedules for Wednesday and Friday, from 5 to 7 p.m. An invitation has been extended to all fencing enthusiasts to attend these weekly meetings.
  • Foto 2: Mr. and Mrs. John White, students, are caught relaxing in the patio between classes. Mr. White is a retired infantry officer with over thirty years service in the United States Army. The Whites expect to obtain their BA Degrees with a major in Spanish. They both find Mexico enchanting and the people extremely interesting.
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