Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian “The American College South Of The Border”

Vol. 11, No 2.

Km. 16, Carretera México - Toluca; México 10, D. F.

viernes 8 de noviembre, 1957

Página 1

  • Top Undergraduates Receive Honor Pins
  • Hoofbeats Shatter Pressroom Silence
  • Publicity Given To Winter Plan
  • Floor Show Will Highlight College Inauguration Ball
  • Interest in Election Reaches Fever Pitch
  • Murray, Miller To Represent MCC In Texas

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dynamic enthusiasm, as evidenced here by the steering committee of the Inauguration Bill, will spark the gala dance set for November 22. Those in charge of arranging the biggest social event of the term are ( left to right) Dixie Greiner, Tony Posano, Geno Smith, Del Theosmeyer, and Lynn Moon.
  • Foto 2: Smiling scholars are shown in a moment of relaxation. Dean's List students are (standing) Stanley Furman, John Curry, and Ed Woodard. Sitting are Tony O'Donnell , Pete Schnabl, and Don Renton.

Página 2

  • Campus Bums Bring I'll Repute
  • President Prompted On Student's Letter To Comment to 'Collegian
  • Presenting Mexico
  • New Deal Novel Merits Lauds from Robins; Plotting Expertly Handled

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A small group of Catholic priests formed part of Cortes' army which conquered Mexico. Their assignment was to Christianize the savages of the New World.

Página 3

  • Latin American Econ Group Visits Pharmaceutical House
  • Mystery Exists About Incognito Money Fraud
  • Five Students Study Under Scholarships
  • Ceramics Expert at MCC Studies Mesoamerican Pre-Hispanic Potters

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The Latin American Economics Society recently visited the pharmaceutical concern, Eli Lilly Compañía de México. Seen observing employees at work are (left to right): Mrs. James Woodard, secretary to the General Manager; Morris Davis; James Woodard; George Miller; Jim Smith; Francisco Carrol, Accounting Manager; and Bill Pfeiffer.
  • Foto 2: The wolf-in-sheep's-clothing with the dapper mustache is Don Renton, recently elected vice-president of the Press Club. The outraged sneer belongs to the Club's new secretary, the sultry Scandinavian, Karen Olson. Dale Young, as befits his role as president, is seemingfly oblivious to anything not pertaining to the business of the day.
  • Foto 3: Joined together in a welcome time out from hardwork and studies, scholarship winners get acquainted. Seated in front of the partially completed mural located behind the Spanish building are (left to right) Barbara Bradley, Chapultepec Rotary Scholarship; John Trujillo, Latin American Educational Institute Scholarship; Mary Pogolotti, American High School Scholorship; and Elizabeth King, Monmouth Exchange. Norinne Holder is not shown.
  • Foto 4: Ceramic expert, William Payne, assists the anthropology department by making microscopic analysis of mineral components of Yagul pottery remains.

Página 4

  • ' A Walking In The Clouds'
  • MCC Goes To Popo

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Hikers of the Mexico City College Explorer's Club look down into the 2,000 by 1,300 foot wide elliptical cone. They are Bob Jonus, John Rossbock, Ralph Sother, Monte Gillette, and Murray Pilkington. The cross, reaching to God and the HeoYens, is found on every high point in the countries of Latin America.
  • Foto 2: Ten Thousand Feet above the cloud-filled central valley of Mexico, Dick Wilkie and Paul Dix take a needed rest.

Página 5

  • ' A Walking In The Clouds'
  • MCC Goes To Popo

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The long rise sunrise over the 125-mile distant peak of Orizaba, which rises to a height of 18,700 feet, finds Jim Wilkie and Murray Pilkington, crampons tied an ice axes, silhuettes against the sky.
  • Foto 2: High on the snow amid the icy winds of the north wall, Jim Wilkie views the Puebla Valley.

Página 6

  • Library Announces Additional Facilities
  • Evelyn Foster Visits London
  • President Prompted
  • Mexico Offers Countless Sources of Entertainment
  • Ex-Staffer Weds
  • Poet Robins Known For 'Tough Grading'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Caught taking a break in the faculty lounge is associate professor "Ted" Robins, Counselor of the English Department and Director of the Creative Writing Center.

Página 7

  • Ex-Band Leader, Army Colonel, Now Hitting Psychology Books
  • Allen Holds Diplomatic Post
  • Newman Club Plans Busy Fall Schedule
  • New Deal Novel Merits
  • Satellite Sleuth Measures Beep Beep Business And Vodka Volley

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Robert Allen
  • Foto 2: Reviewing troops at Denver, Colorado, in 1956, Lieutenant Colonel Leo B. Leonard (second from left) bids good-bye to the U. S. Are after 28 years service.

Página 8

  • Borrachos and Gladiators Lead Hoop Loop; Zalar, Niemni, Drevant Star
  • Softball Shapes Up
  • Viewing The Classic
  • Weight Champ Likes Lifting

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Willie Dreyant shows the driving form that netted him fourteen points in the intra-mural basketball league. Star athlete Pete Schnabl is covering while Bill Pfeiffer, comes charging in.
  • Foto 2: John Rossbach shows the physique that twice won him the National championship of Mexico.
  • Foto 3: John Rossbach demonstrating a curl.
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