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 8.

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

jueves 13 de marzo, 1958

Página 1

  • Committee To Study Request For Membership
  • Librarian Scholarships To Be Granted Again
  • New Art Salon To Open On Campus This Month
  • Sister Benet Working As Medical Missionary
  • Grand Council 0fficals Install New Chapter Of Delta Sigma Pi
  • Thirty-Three To Receive Degrees

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Visiting the Delta Sigma Pi office are (left to right) Stan Furman, treasurer; Tony O'Donnell, senior vice-president; Joe LaCascia, president; Joe M. Hefner, Southwestern Regional Director, Tony Rodrigues, secretary; Bill H, Piercy, District Director; J. D. Thomson, Executive Director; J. Harry Feltham, Past Grand President; Homer T. Brewer, Grand President. Seated is Sylvia Espinosa de los Monteros, secretary of the Foreign Trade Center.
  • Foto 2: Here to look things over, representatives of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools paid a recent visit to the MCC campus. Among those present at the recption given the final night of their visit were from left to right; Dr. John L. McMahon, President of Our Lady of the Lake College; Dr. Rufus C. Harris, President of Tulane University; Dr. Henry L. Cain, President Emeritus of MCC; and Lic. Germán Fernández del Castillo, member of the MCC Board of Trustees.
  • Foto 3: "Ever Deepening Recession Finds Ike Echoing Phrases of Hoover," makes troubled reading for these prospective MCC grads. But things must not be too bad yet, if they can still afford a towel to cry into. Consoling each other from left to right are, Earle Currier, Bill Prowell, Gerald Masucci, Del Theasmeyer and Eugene James.

Página 2

  • And Outside, The Sun Shown Brightly
  • Another Red Weeps
  • Milton Eisenhower Offers Practical Solutions To U. S. Education Problem
  • What Follows Practicality?

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: San Miguel de Allende, in the state of Guanajuato, is considered to be the birthplace of Mexico's fight for independence. It was here that Don Ignacio Allende y Uzanga Was born in 1779, and it was here where this scion of an old Spanish family infused all of his friends with the burning ideals of freedom which he later so staunchly defended.

Página 3

  • Posner Speaks About Actor As An Artist
  • First Editor Of College Paper Views Big Change
  • Student Explorer Heads World Films In Hollywood
  • OSU Professor Gives Lecture
  • Patience Pays Off As Student Makes Valuable Find In Oaxaca
  • Young Speaks To Couples Club
  • Lack Of Adequate Staff Necessitates Dropping Of Major In Psychology

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "In the beginning we had only one typewriter and no mailing list," says Floyd Matteson as he watches some MCC staffers folding nine hundred papers to send to subscribers. Matteson, who edited the sheet back in '47, paid a visit to MCC recently. From left to right in the picture are: Matteson, 'Pierce Travis and Coral Sprague.
  • Foto 2: Reviving its traditional quarterly banquet, the Latin American Economic Society feted its members to a delicious weiner schnitzel dinner at the Restaurant Austria. Shown left to right are Frank Phillips, president of LAES; Jaquelyn Hodgson; Alfred J. Torrey, president and general manager of Mead-Johnson; Mrs. Torrey; William E. Rodgers, Foreign Trade director; Mrs. Rodgers; and Dick Krone.
  • Foto 3: Hostesses at the recent tea held in the theater lobby are (left to right) June Wenisch, Nobuko Kimura, Neeno Kelly, Joan Buckner, Mrs. Dorothea Davis.L Christel Holschneider, Elena Murray, Sandra Feldman, and Emilie Alexanderson.

Página 4

  • Piety , Pain Characterize Taxco Easter Ceremony

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: At the beginning of Easter Week, in the town of Taxco, thousands participate in the Holy Thursday procession.
  • Foto 2: On Good Friday the figure of Christ, crowned with thorns and burdened by His Cross, is carried through the streets of Taxco. The costumed figures represent the Roman soldiers who led Him to His crucifixion.

Página 5

  • Piety , Pain Characterize Taxco Easter Ceremony

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The procession that follows Jesus to His crucifixion is led by little angel-girls who carry the tools of His agony—nails, a vinegar-soaked sponge, and a sword.
  • Foto 2: On the night of Holy Thursday, the five. hour candle-lighted procession winds through the town. From a high vantage point, the lights appear as a silvery sent.
  • Foto 3: A masked Penitente is bent almost double by the weight of his burden of thorny branches.

Página 6

  • Inquiring Reporter Remains Lost Soul
  • Newman Club Again Enjoys Good Quarter
  • Croupier Comments On Game Of Chance
  • Golding Returns After Year Abroad

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dead pan croupier Tom Mailloux waits for Lee Amato to declare her intentions. Mailloux, who is a well-read jack-of-all-trades is a professional gambler during the summer months. His pay as croupier during the summer takes care of his collegee expenses.
  • Foto 2: Pointing out the facts of art to one of his students is John Golding who is a great believer in the value of art history, which he is teaching here along with courses in pointing and a graduate seminar.

Página 7

  • Flyer Relives Fifteen Years Of Air Duty
  • Did You Ever See Any Existentialist Boots?
  • Ryan Appointed
  • Library Book List Increases
  • Voodoo lmpresses Haitian Girl
  • Vagabonds On Way To Horn
  • Club Invites All Students' Wives To Social Meetings

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: George Williams
  • Foto 2: Voodoo drums and island palms are part of the memories of co-ed Caralie Mevs, a native of Haiti. (Sketch by Luella.)

Página 8

  • ''Swinging Down The Lane''
  • Keglers Slip Notch; Other Leagues Close
  • MCC Athlete Views Sports Growth Here
  • MCC-Emhassy YMCA

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Ralph Yopp whips the ball down the alley while varsity teammates gather around. Left to right in background are Del Dornberger, Mgr. Jim Walsh, John Nowak, Glen Beaudry and Clark Penn.
  • Foto 2: Pete Schnabl
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