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 9.

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

jueves 17 de abril, 1958

Página 1

  • Bert Ramsay Again Wins Grand Prize In Art Show
  • Registrar To Attend Cincinnati Confab
  • Old Timers, Newcomers, Bring Enrollment To 778
  • Prof Gives Speech
  • Gene Gerzso Will Sing At lnstituto On May 7
  • Murray, Stafford Go To ATC Meet

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Making plans for the coming quarter, the newly-elected officers of the MCC Student Council gather around for a fireside chat. The man with the friendly smile, standing next to the mantel, is president Tony O'Donnell. Seated, (left to right) are treasurer, Wallace Life; recording secretary, Elisa Torrey; corresponding secretary, Gerald Luchow; and vice president Bleecker Dee. The chess set crashed the party.
  • Foto 2: "Euphrates 14", grand prize winning oil painting by J. Bert Ramsay (standing left), rates the admiration of fellow artists as well as the spotlight in MCC's current art show. Looking on (second from left) are Norm Bradley, John Baum, Luis Orozco, and Gerald King. King's entry placed third in oil painting while Bradley, Baum and Orozco each received honorable mention.
  • Foto 3: Gene Gerzso

Página 2

  • A Degree Alone Is Empty Decoration
  • Actors Excel In 'Tale'
  • Presenting Mexico
  • High Hopes Held For Delta Mu; Installation Impressive
  • Inside And Out, Prof Describes The Artist
  • Open Letter To Student Body

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: At a distance of some 7 miles from Mexico City one comes to a beautifully fertile valley which is some 5,000 feet above sea level. This is the setting for Cuernavaca, a typical Spanish city that enjoys an eternal Spring.

Página 3

  • College Fetes Southern Association Committee
  • Latvian MCCer Fights To Keep A Free World
  • Trip To Tula Planned
  • Oaxaca Anthro Project Gains More Recognition
  • Pan American Employees Revisit College Campus

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Around the table clockwise are Dr. Rufus C. Horris, President of Tulone University and President of the Southern Association; William Richardson, president of the MCC Board of Trustees; Dr Henry L. Cain, President Emeritus of MCC; Dr. Jerome A. Moore, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Texas Christian University; Lic. Germán Fernández del Castillo, member of the Board of Trustees until his recent untimely death; Pablo Martínez del Río, member of the Board of Trustees; Dr. John L. McMahon, President of Our Lady of the Lake College; and Mrs. Richardson.
  • Foto 2: Intently interested in proceedings ot the Preparatory Conference for the First World Anti-Communist Congress; for Freedom and Liberation which was held in Mexico City recently, is Hugo Atoms, (in light suit) English major at Mexico City College.
  • Foto 3: Enjoying themselves at the buffet dinner given recently for the Southern Association representatives are ( left to right) Dr. John L. McMahon, Dr. Rufus C. Harris and Mrs. Paul V. Murray.
  • Foto 4: Lining up for the sumptuous buffet dinner given for representatives of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, a group of MCC faculty and staff members gather around a candle-lighted table at the University Club.
    Among those shown are Virginia Escalona; Louis Gosch; Dr. lgnacio Bernal, head of the MCC anthropology department; William E. Rodgers, director of the Foreign Trade Center; and Miss J. Hodgson. The Southern Association representatives came to MCC to consider a request by the college for membership in the Association.

Página 4

  • MCCers Return From Central American Odyssey
  • Adventurous Gringos Welcomed By 'Ticas' , 'Cipotas', and 'Patojas'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Christmas dinner aboard the Tonolá - Tapachula Mexican rail-line to the Guatemalan frontier: Dick Wilkie and Al Manchester order the deluxe dinner of Argentine conned corn beef. conned peas, coconut milk, oranges, bananas, refrescos and stale crocken from the Chiapas vendors.
  • Foto 2: The heat of Managua, Nicaragua, finds MCCers Colin Maclachlan and Jim and Dick Wilkie enjoying the celebrated Honduras Imperial Beer.

Página 5

  • MCCers Return From Central American Odyssey
  • Adventurous Gringos Welcomed By 'Ticas' , 'Cipotas', and 'Patojas'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Storm clouds and sun vie for attention over Lake Atitlán, famed resort of the rugged Guatemalan highlands.

Página 6

  • Austrian 'Frauleins' Praise Native Land
  • 'Antologia' Receives Many Favorable Reviews In US
  • Leading Library figure Honored
  • 'Time' Magazine Does Story On Ex-MCCer
  • Ramsay Wins
  • Fellowship Awarded To James L. Wal sh

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Karla and Senta Eberl, radiating their European charms with healthy smiles, take a moment off from studies and scan the barranca.
  • Foto 2: Archie McCormick

Página 7

  • Successful Writer Covers Many Fields
  • Student Council Airs Revised Constitution
  • Library Makes Policy Changes
  • Sinks Installed
  • Psychology Prof. Has Lived In Four Countries
  • Fools Walk Where April Fears To Go
  • Don Dumond Hits Literary Review

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Taking notes and getting ideas, Howard Dale Hixson thinks over the material for another article to add to the long list of his successful attempts... Hixson, a money-making writer and holder of several college degrees, continues to take writing courses at MCC.
  • Foto 2: Dr. Rafael Núñez

Página 8

  • MCC Still Vies For Cage Berth
  • Aztecas Show 'Ole' Game Zip
  • Quinn Really Rolls Racer
  • 'Green Wave' Bats Slash Out Victory
  • Varsity Gears For Stateside Tourney
  • 'The Harder They Fall'
  • MCC Hurdles Softball Test
  • Tennis Team Set

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Bon Quinn grins broadly ofter winning 1,000 pesos and a trophy in the annual Veracruz classic.
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