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 6.

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

jueves 13 de febrero, 1958

Página 1

  • Association Heads To Visit Campus
  • Revise MCC Charter To Create Foundation
  • Book Champs Take Honors On Dean list
  • Board Raises Tuition Beginning Next Fall

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A study in compassion, MCC relief party members Dick Mallchok and Chuck Baldwin bring the warmth of humanitarianism in the form of clothing, food and fire wood to the snow-stricken villagers beyond Toluca. The relief expedition was organized by Vincent and Francine Hagle and Dean Woods to combat the effects of the worst snow fall in the history of Mexico.
  • Foto 2: Men of distinction not because of their choice of beverage but because of scholastic excellence, smilingly surrounding undergraduate Dean Mildred Allen are Brian Burns, Richard Torres, David Goodmen, and Leo Leonard.
  • Foto 3: With the signing of the new college charter, members of the Board of Trustees shown above assumed responsibility for the indefinite existence of Mexico City College. Shown above, watching Board Chairman William B. Richardson, prominent investment counselor, signing the charter are: Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas de López, Dean of Admissions and Registrar who has been with the college since its founding; Dr. Lorna Lavery Stafford, Dean of the Graduate School; and board members Dr. Paul V. Murray, MCC president; Chairman Richardson; Dr. Henry L. Cain, president emeritus; Mr. Fraine B. Rhuberry, general manager of Ford Motor Co. de Mexico, S. A.; Don Pablo Martínez del Río, director of the Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia; and Don Germán Fernández del Castillo, prominent attorney.

Página 2

  • Do Today's Writers Have Key To Future?
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Yanknik Launching May Cause Slump In School Improvements
  • Dreams Are Key To Enlightenment
  • Ambassador Hill Writes Letter To Pres. Murray

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Back in 1533 a dark-skinned Virgin appeared to a lowly Indian, Juan Diego, requesting that a church be erected in Her name. Since that date Her shrine, built on the spot of the apparition has been the greatest magnet for Mexican Catholics.

Página 3

  • Wachter Lectures On Art Teaching Today
  • Revise College Charter
  • Thriving Success Follows Opening OF Oaxaca Center
  • Michigan State Dean Erickson Discusses Education Proposal
  • Ohio Magazine Appoints Bill Stewart As Editor
  • New York Banker Speaks To LAES

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. Ignacio Bernal gives a lecture on the archeology of the Mixteca Alta at the MCC Centro de Estudios Regionales de Oaxaca.
  • Foto 2: Talking things over on the terrace, representatives from Michigan Stote University discuss a plan to bring teachers in the education field to MCC from Michigan State. From left to right are: Dr. Carl Horn, Professor of Education at MSU, Dr. Clifford Erickson, Dean of the College of Education at MSU, and President Murray of MCC.
  • Foto 3: Newman club officers plan a full schedule of social events and lectures for the members of their orgonization which meets every Wednesday at 7:45 at the American Society headquarters, Lucerno 71. Non-Catholics as well as Catholics are welcome to join according to Tony Pasano, president (extreme left, back row.) Emily Alexanderson, social secretary, is at the extreme right. In the front row are Joan Buckner, secretary; Dean Price, second vice president; Carmen Correo, treasurer; Wally Life, vice president; Nino Kelly, social representative.Officers not shown here are Alice Murray, corresponding secretary; and Bob Hambleton, sergeant-at-arms.

Página 4

  • MCC Students View
  • 'Blessing Of Animals'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Why it's only a bird in a gilded cage," exclaims Koren Olson to Al Guilinoni who, from his expression, knew it all the time.

Página 5

  • MCC Students View
  • 'Blessing Of Animals'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A sudden interest in dog dentistry overcomes Wendy Siegel, Jo Ann Meyers, and Marty Miller. The fur-coated patient is determined to keep his bridgework despite all coaxing.
  • Foto 2: A well-trained dog usually faces the camara when his picture is taken, but when Sally Johnson exhibits such an approving smile, no doubt he felt he had received more than his quota for one day's blessing.
  • Foto 3: Is that rooster as tame as he looks, Marty?" It appears that Jo Ann Meyers and Wendy Siegel aren't quite as enthusiastic about fondling the fawl, although their grins express an inclination to do so.
  • Foto 4: While two proud youngsters eagerly await their turn to have their pets blessed, Beryl Karpe, Bill Jagoda, Dove Rogers, Carol Opdycke, Sally Johnson, and Bill Pfieffer crowd throuth the entrance to the priest's quarters.

Página 6

  • Summer Session Will Offer Unique Courses
  • Dr. Tharp Of Ohio State To Of fer European Tour
  • Ordain Donahue
  • Smoke Jumper Tells Of Fighting Flames
  • Shoeshine Money Sends 'Bolero's' Kids To School

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Elwood makes one of his frequent, perilous jumps into a forest fire. Hard work, danger, and hours of heat lie ahead.
  • Foto 2: Bolero puts his cloth and skill to a future shiny leather.

Página 7

  • Scooter-Riding Yogi Comments On India 's Contrasts, Changes
  • 'Wife Of. Bath' Will Appear On MCC Stage Next Month
  • Visiting Lecturer Voices Firm Belief In Blend Of Old, New
  • Admiral Discovers Brotherhood Of Man
  • Six New Phones...

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Rigged in a Toluca sweater for the brisk open ride to and from MCC daily, Louis Ghosh poses briefly alongside his Italian-mode motor scooter.
  • Foto 2: Enjoying the view from the pyramids are some of the WQIM students. The group spent a recent Saturday touring the ruins at Teotihuacan. From left to right are: Dove Rogers, Judy Stansbury, Susan Murtha and Celia Jacquez.
  • Foto 3: E. P. Southwick
  • Foto 4: Dr. Vera MacKay

Página 8

  • Mau Maus Head League
  • Varsity Hoopsters On Stateside Tour
  • Pfeiffer Feels Foreign Service Should Suit Him
  • And The Rains Came
  • MCC And Embassy Combi1ied In Team
  • Aztecas Keg Men Sweep Four Tilts

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Looking as relaxed is any basketball team that ever hit the "garden," the Borracho's John Stossi posses the ball to teammate Randy Mills in a game against the Red Dogs. The Red Dogs come through, though, to beat the Borrachos and tighten their hold on first place.
  • Foto 2: Bill Pfeiffer
  • Foto 3: Carole Partridge smashes the shuttlecock back across the net while her partner of serious intent, Joy Huey, watches its flight. Their opponents, Roger Long and Pat Burke, look hopelessly lost. Badminton, along with ping pong, is a popular patio sport.
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