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Mexico City Collegian

Vol. 7, No 6.

México, D. F.

jueves 14 de enero, 1954

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Página 1

  • Judges Announce Prize Winners In Student Literary Contest
  • Cal. Leads In Registration
  • Mixer Dance To Open Winter Festivities
  • Dugas Serves On Committee
  • Dean Reports MCC Interest High In U. S.

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: The first social event of the season, the Student Council Winter Dance, set for this Saturday at the Club France is expected to draw a record crowd of regular MCCers and WQIM students. The big celebration is being planned by (left to right) Morse Manly, Louis Roberts, Gus Gutiérrez, Harold Martin, and Norma Kreimerman. (Photo by Paul Durege).
  • Foto 2: Winter quarter in Mexico students traveled over two thousand miles to study at Mexico City College this term. Of the fifty who came by bus are shown here, left to right, Carol Princer, Carl Weiffenbach, Carol Young, Janet Peat. Windi Flightner, Greta Gordon, and Mrs. Lou Carty, housing director for women. Another twenty-two students of the WQIM group came either by plane or private cars. (Photo by Marilú Pease).

Página 2

  • Library Contest A Success
  • Books In Review
  • President's Desk

Página 3

  • Newcomers Welcomed to MCC At Orientation Meeting
  • Gardner Will Play Lead For Stage Production
  • new Members Join Faculty This Quarter

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Leonard Gardner
  • Foto 2: Mariachis playing mexican music welcomed the two bus loads of students from Ohio State University, Kent State, and Michigan State as they arrived in Mexico for the winter term. Left to right, first row, Ted Padden, Cleveland; Erlene Penn, Glen Head, N. Y.; Marilyn MacInnes, Port Huron, Mich.; Nancy Nickles, Cleveland: Ronald Schor, Warren, Ohio; second row, Bob Sudyk, Cleveland; and Miles Heyman, Elmira, N. Y. (Marilú Pease Photo).

Página 4

  • E.N.M.U. Writes Squad Had 'Wonderful Time'
  • Federal Court Judege Visits Library Here
  • Book Reveals Brilliant Talent
  • Catherine Canada Of Tenn. Studies Spanish in Mexico

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Visiting the college library are local experts on juvenille delinquency, who praised the library facilities available here. Left to right; Lic. Esperanza Velásquez Bringas, of the Federal Supreme Court of Mexico; Sra. Anita Christlieb, Mexican repesentative to the seventh district of Altrusa Internacional; Faith W. Ryan, professor of Sociology; and Pedro Zamora, associate librarian. (Marilú Pease Photo).
  • Foto 2: Catherine Canada

Página 5

  • Variety Of Activities For Idle Hours Offered By Campus Social Organizations
  • Stanton Forbes
  • Former Writing Center Scribes Report From Far Away USA
  • Sports Splinters

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Two of the LAES members who made a recent trip to the Ford Assembly plant here, watch intently while an employee puts the right pieces in the right places in a Ford door. The Economic Society plans many similar visits to firms in Mexico during the current quarter.
  • Foto 2: Chairman, Vice Chairman, and secretary of this term's student council are, left to right, Morse Manly, Barbara Sedberry, and Ruth Kaner.

Página 6

  • At Home-Abroad
  • On the Kampus Korner With Stan Krasnic
  • Here Is Mexico (Cuernavaca)

Pies de foto

  • Foto 1: Acapulco Fish Fry–Pictured here are a few of the many members of the MCC Beachcomber's Club who spent part or all of their Christmas vacation in Acapulco. The occasion for this particular gathering was a fich fry at Soto's shack on the Acapulco harbor beach. Foreground (L to R) John Davis, Vicky Davis, Angie Palomino, Nick Nixon, Chuck Parkyn, Georgia Parkyn, and Pete Keek; background (L to R) Roger Reyes, Margarite Ferrante, Ralph Herr, and Betty Keck. (Paul Durege Photo).
  • Foto 2: By Marilu Pease
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