Dr. Murray Welcomes New Students to MCC By Bill Sherman
Alumni Exec At Conference
Richardson´s Address Cites Grad's Role By Saudy Johnston
Colorful Performances Mark Summer Patio Party
Ahumada Attends Washington Meet
Comerciales Set For Graduation
Artist Belkin Designs Mural In Cuernavaca
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Tere Murphy Photo "THIS IS THE DAY of the well-trained college graduate," stated William B. Richardson, President of MCC's Board of Trustees and commencement speaker for the June graduates. Seated to the left is Fraine Rhuberry, also a member of the MCC Board of Trustees.
Jeryl DaPont Photo EMILY ALEXANDERSON AND CARMEN CORREA do a lively Mexican folk dance to the accomponiment of the Mariachi band that entertained students at the recent Student Council Fiesta.
RESPRESENTING INDIANA UNIVERSITY here at MCC during the summer quarter are (bottom, left to right) Susan Roster, Marilyn Edmier, Janice Hattendorf, Marjorie Pickett, Ann Reynolds, Rhoda Seman, Marna Alexander, and Elinor Rossin. (top) Kay Hurst, Joan Hattendorf, Sally Anderson, Hal Hiatt, Pat McCord, Judy Robertson, Jane Cook, Charles Blandford, Francis Taylor, Denise Whitney, and Tobi Saperstein.
Tere Murphy Photo. CO-EDS FROM IMMACULATA COLLEGE, Magie Lyons and Rosanne M. Mills present a gift to president Murray. Other girls from Pennsylvania college who are studying at MCC this summer are Vonne Vecaro and Pat Lanahan.
Tere Murphy Photo. BRIGHTNING THE CAMPUS this term are these six young women from Fresno State College. From left to right, Nancy Aten, Marilyn Nikkel, Marilyn Maddy, Jo Anne Hansen, Sandra Sawtelle and Lois Maulsby.
Graduate School Observes Tenth Anniversary. TEXT BY JERRY OLSON
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PHOTOS BY JERYL DAPORT AND TERE MURPHY THE ORAL BOARD, an ahen dreaded but important requirement af graduate work is shown questioning Donald L. Brockington on his thesis, " Piedra Parada: A Comparative Study of a Site in Jamiltepec, Oaxaca." He received his M. A. degree lost quarter in anthropology. The members of the board are: from left to right, Fernando Horcasitos, associate profes-
sor of anthropology and history; Ignacio Bel'nol, professor of anthropology and director of Monumentos Prehispánicos; Eduardo Noguera, lecturer in anthropology and formerly director of the National Museum of Anthropology; and Robert J. Weitloner, associate professor of anthropology.
MAURICE L STAFFORD, Former First Secretary of Embassy and Consul General of the United States (retired) and LORNA LAVERY STAFFORD, Ph.D., Dean of Graduate Studies at Mexico Cily College relax in their home, backed by souvenirs of many travels.
THE CROWNING MOMENT comes when Dr. Stafford places the hood on the candidate. Dorothy Lenz is being awarded her M. A. degree in international relations. Dr. Murray is shown at the left.
NEW GRAD STUDENT Dick W. Kuehl and his wife, an undergraduate, exchange greetings with Joseph T. Yalenicks as they walk up from the patio of the graduate office. Kuehl has a B. A. from the Stole University of Iowa and Yelenicks holding on M. A. from the University of Denver.
ONE OF THE TOUGHEST requirements for the M. A. degree is the nine-hour comprehensive examinatin. Felix Ashinhurst and John M. Cole are shown here going through the ordeal.
MANY STUDENTS attend MCC's graduate school in order to do special research after they have their M. A. degree. Luke Pappas shown here looking over the bound theses in the library has his Master's degree in Spanish and French from Louisiana State University. He is working on modern lyric poetry and studying advanced Spanish at MCC (below).
ONE CORNER OF THE GRADUATE office is of paned windows which offer an inspiring view of trees and mountains (above).
HELP TO THE STUDENT is the by-word of the graduate school. Robert B. Young, Assistant to the Dean of the Graduate School (left) and Lie. Alfredo Ramos, Counselor for the Department of Economics advise Joseph A. Hill (center) who received his B. A. degree in Economics here in June and is now studying in the graduate school.
Army Boxing Coach Put Out to Pasture By Pierce Travis
City's Swimming Facilities Available to Aqua-Lovers
Basketballers To See Action
Alley Cats Grab Four
This Quarter's Tours
In This Corner Viewing Things with a Once-Jaundiced Eye Ry Pierce Travis
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Nelson Schwarz demonstrating an en garde position. Any students interested in getting expert instruction in fencing can join the group that meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 2 o'clock
Kuns of the Green Wave didn't quite make it to home as the empire starts the sweep of his hand signaling the out. The play was in a game against the Embassy. Terry Everett stands waiting, bats in hand.