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 4.

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

viernes 6 de diciembre, 1957

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Página 1

  • Visitors Taken On Campus Tour
  • Student Water Color And Gouache Art on Display
  • Yagul Digging Shovels Along
  • Bernal To Address Chicago Meeting
  • 'Ghosts' Opens Tomorrow Night In MCC Theater
  • Prof Ramsey Leaving MCC
  • Dr. Cain Returns From U. S. Visit
  • Forbes in Georgia Exhibit, Concert

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Gene Gerzso as Mrs. Alving
  • Foto 2: Anthony Zerbe as Oswald Alving
  • Foto 3: Angel González as Pastor Manders
  • Foto 4: Sam Wixman as Jacob Engstrand
  • Foto 5: Jenny Dowling as Regina Engstrand
  • Foto 6: Shown with a few examples of their work now on exhibit on the cafeteria balcony are (left to right) Bob Ewing, Luis Orozco, Shirley Gnesa and Manuel Hernandez.
  • Foto 7: Delicately arrayed in Oriental silks, tobis and zoris, Nobuko Kimura swings out Western estern style with Fred Graze (left) at the recent MCC Inauguration Ball held at the Junior Club for the presentation of the newly elected class officers.

Página 2

  • Complacent Clan Decries Art Lag
  • Voters A waiting Victors' Integrity
  • Author Grubb Projects Self into New Novel
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Scientific Age Needs Guidance

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Christmas In Mexico: Once again holiday season is just around the corner, and all ever the world preparations all under traditions are revived, plans are made to purchase the Christmas tree which, when decorated and toys, will be the focal point of joy in many homes.

Página 3

  • Editors Flee As Rare-bits, Birds And Odd Brutes Prompt Press Room Purge
  • Fall Quarter Grads Listed
  • Independents Grab Majority of Seats in College Class Elections
  • MCC Orientation Program Termed DeFinite Success

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: These smiling faces belong to the newly elected officers. They are (left to right) Eduardo Calderon, Freshman president; Randy Mills, Freshman vice-president; Andy Esquivel, Sophomore vice-president; Gerald Luckow, Sophomore secretary treasurer; Tom Held, Junior president; and Tony Pasano, Junior vice-president.
  • Foto 2: Newly elected closs officers being introduced at the Inauguration Ball are (left to right) Joe LaCascia, Junior secretary treasurer; Peter Schnabl, Senior president; Tony O'Donnel, Senior vice-president; Louis Jung, Senior secretary treasurer; Bill Sherman, Graduate president; and Bleecker Dee, Graduate vice-president.
  • Foto 3: A patch can go a long way but, when the patch needs a patch, it's time to go to work decide MCC graduating seniors as they look at Perry Duncan's coat sleeve. The December graduates are (left to right) Perry Duncan of California, Dan Leavitt of Missouri, Wayne McClintock of Texas, Charles Muse of California, John Kountz of California, Sandy Johnston of Texas, and Tom LaCascia of New York.

Página 4

  • Talented Cast Presents Ibsen Drama

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "Of coursem I'm just a humble fellow..."
  • Foto 2: Oswald, Regina, Mrs. Alving, Engstrand, and Director Suzanne Miller caught between acts discussing Ghosts and their parts in tomorrow night's production.
  • Foto 3: But what, precisely; do you object to in these books, Mr. Manders?"
  • Foto 4: " It's an outrage that that fine and beautiful life should be distorted by their filth"

Página 5

  • Dr. Greenleaf Stresses lnterpretative Teaching
  • New Business Frat To Meet Tonigh
  • Blade Revolution Pegs Campus lndividualists
  • Virginian Drinks Deep from Pope's Pierian Spring

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. Greenleaf is one of the few people around today who can read sixteenth-century Spanish paleography. He uses this knowledge almost daily in his researches in the Mexican Inquisition of the sixteenth-century, a field in which his wrote his doctoral dissertation.
  • Foto 2: Bernice Lill

Página 6

  • Dutch Lass Goslinga Hails from Curacao
  • Former Swedish Air Force Member Lands In Mexico after Long Flight
  • Courageous Student Beats Sight Handicap
  • Alumni To Receive Copies Report

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Sitting prettily in the bright Mexican sun is Marian Goslinga, MCC's chic Dutch coed from Curacao lsland.
  • Foto 2: Lennart Stalhandske
  • Foto 3: Larry Johnson

Página 7

  • Photo Bug's Spider Wins Cash Award
  • Thompson Finds MCC Answer to Life Search
  • Ebersole Is Editor Of Hispanofila Mag
  • Tharp Directs WQIM Group
  • Archeology Students Trip Over Ruins, Wonder Where To Dig
  • Rogers Daughter Recently Married

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: J. B. Thompson pensively builds on one of his paintings during a break in classes in the Art Department.
  • Foto 1: Spider and dinner is the prize winning photograph taken by Pete Carmichael.
  • Foto 2: While Fritz Heede, at left, draws a bead on a minor pyramid at Teotihuacán, other students record his compass readings. Marking down the data, at right, is Dorothy Richards. Alex and Barbara Richards are the momentarily idle students in the center.

Página 8

  • Pagans Zoom into First Place
  • Glads Trip Cardinals
  • Believe It When You See It
  • MCC Drops Game But Wins Another
  • Old Sport Neglected

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: In a recent basketball pre-game skirmish, Bill Pfieffer seems to be kicking off as he slips the ball through the hoop. The body block is being thrown by Bob Young while John Curry readies himself for the rebound. In the forceground, Ralph Johnson seems to be looking for the "Sputnik." The extra arm and leg belong to Pete Schnabl.
  • Foto 2: Tony Perez shows the pitching form that enabled him to beat the Deportivo Chapultepec by on 11-8 score.
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