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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 7, No 2.

México, D. F.

jueves 29 de octubre, 1953

Página 1

  • Clases de Inglés To Stage Annual Masquerade at Riviera
  • Plans For Annual Student Art Show Get Early Start
  • Class Opens For Anthro Students
  • Matinee Tilt With Californians Precedes Homecoming Dance
  • Press Club Literary Contest Discussed At Meeting
  • Librarians Put On Committee
  • Players To Participate In Pygmalion

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Masquerading as a textbook and a professor, the wearers of these two costumes at last year's Halloween Ball created more than a mild sensation. Also seen were Old Father Time, the Machine Man, oriental princesses, Spanish dancers, the Three Muskeeters, a ballot box, and Chiapanecas. This year's ball is expected to rival last year's in originality and elaborateness of costuming.
  • Foto 2: Earl Sennett, Director and main lead in Pygmalion.
  • Foto 3: Frank Whitbourn who will plar Dr. Doolittle in Players Inc. production of Pygmalion.

Página 2

  • Espirit De Corps
  • Books In Review
  • President's Desk
  • Music In Mexico
  • At Home-Abroad

Página 3

  • Ruth Gannon Here On Ford Foundation Grant
  • Clare Trujillo Publishes New Child Book
  • González, Flores-Sánchez Among Founders of Pro-Arte Club

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Ruth Gannon and son, Grael, study together.
  • Foto 2: Author Trujillo and Daughter.
  • Foto 3: Faculty members Angel González Arauzo (left) and Horacio Flores-Sánchez comment on the first issue of Pro-Arte.

Página 4

  • Varied Job Man Turns To Schooling
  • Literary Contest
  • Aranda Scwitches From Pugilism to Psychometry
  • German Youth Studies Mexico

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: John Egan
  • Foto 2: Capt. Juan Aranda

Página 5

  • Día De Los Muertos

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: This Skeleton, typical of those painted on bakery windows, offers passers-by a tray of death bread. The lettering in Spanish advertises "The Best Bread of the Dead."
  • Foto 2: Mexico City College students Sally Ann Miller, Al Yayerski (left) and Lloyd Blumenfield search for their names on skull in a pastery shop.
  • Foto 3: Arnold Belkin, young canadian artist, uses the all night death watch of women over the graves of "Los Chiquitos" as subject for this painting. Few photographs have been taken of the vigil.

Página 6

  • At Home Abroad...
  • Layton Foiled Again
  • Pins Fall as Bowling League Begins
  • Dean of Grad School On Vacation In Hawaii

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Between frames at the Austrias bowling alley are: seated (l to r) Art Knutson, Barbara Gray, Ted Cook, Chuck Parkyn, Angie Palomino, Dave Popelski, Ma. Elena Díaz, Chuck Nash, Mireya Olvave, Rudy Alvarado, Pat O'Malley, Tom Ash and Bob Sinelair. Standing (l to r) Gus Gutiérrez, Asturias Club Manager and Bob Sato.
  • Foto 2: Lunge and Parry — Jon Gussick (center), fencing master of the college fencing society shows Gil Layton (left) the correct position for parrying Merle Wachter's lunge. Wachter (righ) is faculty advisor for the society and also an outstanding competitor among the Federal District fencers in the foil and saber. This photo also illustrates the "on guard" position as assumed by Layten with bent knees, feet at right angles, and with his foil in the "four position" protecting his torso, the target when fencing with the foil, from Wachter's lunge.
  • Foto 3: En Guarde.—Members of the Latin American Fencing are seen during practice session at the Art Center, Jalapa 147. Dick Sullivan, is the recently elected president of the society, which meets on Wednesdays and Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m. Previous experience is not a requisite. Shown in the "on guard" to basic fencing position are (l to r): Hubert Ramírez, John Hobgood, Estela S. Curiel, Norman Leggatt, Dick Sullivan, Mary Hoffman-Pinther, Ann Hoffman-Pinther, Lucille Lanz, and Gil Layten.

Página 7

  • Green Wave Swamps Penta In Downpour
  • CUM Clobbered
  • ¡Charge!
  • MCC Seeks Upset In Saturday's Tilt With Favored University

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Quarter back Ralph Herr is caught by camera just as he is about to hit wing back "Picos" Aguilar with a short pass in the Penta—MCC game. It was a onesided, muddy brawl that saw the "Green Wave" roll on to a 37 to 7 victory. The other Aztecan showm moving in on the play is half back Federico Escobedo.
  • Foto 2: Manuel Posada, MCC's great pass-catch-ing end, has been instrumental in all Azteca victories to date. Against C.U.M., the big end scored twice on pass plays and in the same contest intercepted a C.U.M. pass and raced 49 yards to account for a third touchdown.
  • Foto 3: Wing Back "Picos" Aguilar, veteran of three years with the green and white clad Azteca warriorsm is expected to see a lot of action this Saturday when the "Green Wave" tangles with the "Pumas" of the National University. The game is scheduled for 3:30 in the University City Stadium.

Página 8

  • LAES Group Grows Rapidly
  • MCC Chess Club Formed by Sato
  • President's Desk
  • On the Kampus Korner With Stan Krasnic
  • Anthro Club To Hold Dance

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Roberto Sato
  • Foto 2: Up in the air at pep rally for the Politécnico game is Cheerleader Stan Orrell with co-leader, Connie Carmona. Everybody is expected to be in the patio tomorrow ar 11:10 a.m. and get the BIG rally going for the 'Universidad ...'. All classes will be excused.
  • Foto 3: Some of the American High School Grads now attending MCC discuss plans for attending the November 7 celebration at the local high school commemorating the 65th anniversary of the American School Foundation. After the gala event at their former campus, the A.H.S. alumni will take part in the MCC Homecoming Day which is being highlighted by the MCC-La Verne football game in the afternoon and the Homecoming Dance set for the evening of the same day at the Club Asturias.
  • Left to right, seated, are Adolfo Kraft, Emma Leibman, Paloma Gaos, Mike Anthony, Elsa Somers, Clara Wagner, Raúl Fuentes, and Norma Kreimerman. Standing, Naomi Lipshitz, Mario Castillon, Connie Carmona, and Pedro Montero.
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