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 12.

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

jueves 29 de mayo, 1958

Página 1

  • Good Neighbor Head To Give Graduation Address
  • Collegian Maintains All-American Rating
  • Saturday Seminars Prove Successful
  • Belkin Holding Exhibit Of Numerous Etchings
  • Lauerman Plans Lake Placid Trip
  • Library Awards New Scholarships
  • Bernal Returns From Symposium

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: One of the rarest pictures ever taken shows staff members of last fall's Collegian, winner of an eighth consecutive All-American rating. Bill Sherman (the nattily attired gentleman with the heavy bags under his eyes in the foreground) is seen for the first time without a necktie. Leaning on Sherman for support in his old age is Pierce (KO) Travis. (Careful developing shows Travis, for the first time in a photograph, with hair on his head.) Next to Travis, associate editor Dale Young peers over Sherman's shoulder. He is photographed for the first time in a turtle necked sweater. The Nietzchian character with glasses, Melbourne Lockey, is shown in print for the first time without a turtle neck sweater, and editor Bob Stout, far right, was actually caught with his hair combed, another all-time first.
  • Foto 2: Three M.A. candidates are shown discussing plans for the future with Dr. Lorna Lavery Stafford, Dean of the MCC Graduate School. Appearing from left to right are Allan Schienbein, Joe Hill, Dr. Stafford, and Bob Almanzo.
  • Foto 3: Glenn E. Garrett

Página 2

  • Salutes, Bravos For Our Outgoing Editor
  • You Gotta Be Mad, Mad; You Gotta Burn, Burn
  • Nixon Experience Raises Two Questions
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Dr. Kling Writes Report On Mexico City College
  • Ortega's Ideas Apply To Distracted Times

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Seventy nine miles from Mexico City, over a magnificent high vay that winds southeast, is Puebla, one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico.

Página 3

  • 'In The Zone' Ends Tomorrow Night
  • Various T oursAdded To Writers Courses
  • Bradt Made MCC Representative In St Louis,Missouri
  • Travis, Kiernan Star In O'Neill One-Acter
  • Councils Discuss Student Proposals
  • College Art Exhibition Nets five Picture Sales

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Above Smitty (portrayed by Denny Kiernan) is regarded suspiciously by crewmates Phil Hamilton, Kent Sutherland (with coffee cup), a nd Ben Travis. At right, fight between Davis (Ben Travis) and Smitty (Denny Kiernan) results when Davis accuses his shipmate of being a Nazi spy. Helping Davis are Kent Sutherland, Bill Reilly, and Jim Wood.
  • Foto 2: At a luncheon held recently on the college terrace for prominent local businessmen President Paul V. Murray is shown with F. A. McGuire of Carnation de Mexico (center) and Alberto Misrachi of Central de Publicaciones.
  • Foto 3:Upon awekening in the morning, Smitty (Denny Kiernan) pretends to ignore shipmates Kent Sutherland, Ed Eglinton (in lower bunk), Ben Travis, and Dick Limon.

Página 4

  • Nostalgia , Reverie Set Graduation Mood

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "And twenty years from now, I'll still remember... " Milton Bernstein, Ronald Stone, Donald Wald, and John Calley exchange reminiscences on the steps leading into the barranca from the back of the student center.
  • Foto 2: Newspapermen Bill Sherman and Sally Johnson... the view from the press room balcony seems to extend into the mist around the foot of Popocatepetl as though Yeiling what secrets the future holds.
  • Foto 3: Michael Friedman, Pauline Broke, and Penelope Jones " Remember the professor who..."
  • Foto 4: Finals, coffee, friends made and faces forgotten... all a part of college life that is ebbing into the past... Brian Burns, Leon Lane and David G

Página 5

  • Nostalgia , Reverie Set Graduation Mood

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 4: Artist Bert Ramsey ond John Baum... their work now hangs in Saloncito N° 8... what other galleries in what other cities will display their future works?...
  • Foto 5: Lizarraga's mural looks down for the last time upon Phil Hamilton, Otis Brake, and William Reilly...
  • Foto 5: The birth of a fraternity and the people who helped Vernon Meyer, Stanley Furmon, Anthony O'Donell, Robert Miller, Theodore Turner.

Página 6

  • Intellectual Bouncer Now Punches Books
  • Ex-Merchant Marine Leads Varied Life
  • Good Neighbor
  • June Visit To Havana, Planned By Pogolotti
  • London Institute Gives Portrait
  • Financial Sheet Made Available To Student

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Phil Hamilton, ex-bouncer and currently a student at MCC, finds Faulkner easier to handle than drunks in bars.
  • Foto 2: William Reilly
  • Foto 3: Juanita Pogolotti

Página 7

  • Thurman Comments On Changes In US
  • School Offers New Seminar
  • English Girl Recalls Snakes, Blockade
  • Hypnotism Leads Student To Career
  • MCCer Employed In Foreign Service

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Syd Thurman
  • Foto 1: "You never stop learning about hypnotism," says Rip Gowen, a serious student of the science. Rip, shown here with a book on the subject, is trying to help hypnotism find its place in psychology.
  • Foto 2: Her name is Felicity Ann Cook, and her aim in life is to be a professional makeup artist. She grew up with a mongoose as a pet for protection against the snakes in India. And she left India for Berlin just in time to take in the blockade. Now she is studying at MCC.

Página 8

  • Big Sched Faces Fred
  • Pistol Expert Roettinger Speaks At Sports Banquet
  • Guest Azteca Cagers Trip Up League Hosts
  • Mau Maus Keep First; Beat Jefes In Three
  • Revett Compete In Javelin Meet
  • Three Lives Led By Ex - College Matman

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Everybody is happy as Gus Salazar receives his three-year sweater from Dr.Paul Murray Looking on left to right, are Lou Zalar, John Niemi, Bernie Kaminsky, and Bill Pfeiffer.
  • Foto 2: Stan Wisnieswski
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