Noted Mexicans Will Be Judges Of Annual Art Contest In December At Saloncito
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Foto 1: Becoming a Tradition, "Tidings of Great Joy", a Christmas pageant will be presented on December 15 and 16. Shown in the Manger Scene are left to right, Albert Gomez, W. F. Oberhausen, Dale Crasghaw, Helen Gilland, Kenneth Long, Peggy Finnel, Albert Hajj, Camilo Hajj, and the author of the play, Frank Whitbourn.
Foto 2: Rufino Tamayo, often called Mexico's leading painter, will head this year's judges at the MCC student art show.
Foto 2: Planning Activities for the Inter American Society now being organized on the Campus, from left to right are: Jerry Hammil; Lic. Xavier Ieaza, political science lecturer and faculty advisor for the new group; Gus Gutiérrez and Rufus Hernández.
Norwegians Studying For Foreing Trade Certificates
Where They Were Two Years Ago On Thanksgiving
Pemmican Eater Now Basking In Tortilla Land
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Foto 1: Students from Norway, Karl Arthur Olss (l) and Nils-Petter Skarboring, relax in the sunny patio. The warm Mexican November weather is quite different from that of their Norweigan homeland, where November means a near zero temperature.
Foto 1: Considering proyects now under way, this term's student council include (front row, left to right) John Hobgood, Newman Club representative; Maurice Manley, vice president of the graduate students; Pedro Montero, president of the sophomore class; Barbara Sedberry, president of the graduate students; Pedro Montero, president of sophomore class: (second row) Mrs. Lou Carty, faculty adviser: Randy Miller, student adviser to the council; Ken Johson, representative of the LAES: Gus Gutiérrez, representative of the Press Club; and Lucille Lanz, representative of the Fencing Society. Not shown man, president of the freshmen class; Harley Outten, vice president of the freshmen; Joe Clurito, representative of the Geography Club; Ruth Kaner, vice president of the special students; and Charles Angle, vice president of the graduate students.
Foto 2: Latin American Economic Society officers from left to right: Chuck Parkyn, president; Paloma Gaos, secretary; Jack Miller, vice-president; and Harry Stadie, treasurer.