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 15.

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

jueves 14 de agosto, 1958

Página 1

  • MCC To Host International Semantics Conference
  • August B. A. Grads Count Thirty-Nine
  • Thirteen Students Eligible For M.A. Degrees In August
  • MCC Invited To Attend Congress
  • University Of St. Louis Group Comes To Campus

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Jean Woods (for right) explains alumni data sheet to August graduates (left to right) Ed "Inquiring Reporter" Tynan, Joe Peña, Glenn Beaudry, Martha Mclamb, and Mary Alice Corrigan.
  • Foto 2: The university of St. Louis workshop, headed by Dr. Trafford P. Maher (far left), is on the MCC campus for the fourth consecutive summer. The group of 42 is shown being received by Dr. Savage and Dean López.

Página 2

  • Nonaction Spells Snare For Student
  • Murray Gives Brief Report On Paper Bounds
  • Presenting Mexico
  • One Should Examine Self And Then School

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Taxco

Página 3

  • International Relations Club Holds Meeting
  • Art Class Leaves MCC For Working Weekend
  • Delta Mu Visits Aircraft Factory
  • New Saloncito Prepared For School Art Exhibits
  • Classes In Modern Dance Now Given
  • LAES Makes Rounds At Procter-Gamble
  • Oaxaca Anthro Class Tours Mayan Sites
  • Three MCC Grads Take Positions With CARE

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Longhorns from the University of Texas form a port of the summer enrollment at MCC. Among those from the school at Austin are (l-r) Sally Jean Gandy, Don Strybos, Barbara Ann Kathman and Fred Colin.
  • Foto 1: What all the king's men couldn't do to Humptey Dumptey, Ronald Spores is managing to do to this pottery. The pieces, oil together, add up to a part of the Mayan civilization. Spores took part in a recent trip to various archeology centers made by the MCC Anthropology Department.
  • Foto 2: Gleem toothpaste is just one of the products made at the Procter & Gamble plant here in Mexico City, which the LAES recently visited. Watching a wrapping process are, from left to right, Vernon Taylor, LAES treasurer Dick Krone, LAES president Bill Pfeiffer, secretary Bob Anderson, Ruth Davis and Carl UBell.

Página 4

  • Workshoppers Combine Work Woth Play

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The Dance of the Deers was a highlight during Sunday lunch at the Rancho del Artista.
  • Foto 2: Nell Stancavage and Roberta Wood arrive at the Plaza Mexico, the world's largest bullding, for an afternoon at La Fiesta Brava. Statue in the background is of Manolete, considered the best bullfighter of all time.
  • Sunday morning in Xochimilco, the Floating Gardens, was greatly enjoyed by the members of the Workshop, as they were poled up and down the canals in a flower-decorated Trajinera.
  • Foto 3: Janet Bruderes and Nellie Ryder, both from Berkeley, Calif., bargain for baskets at the Toluca market.
  • Foto 4: Recently uncovered palaces in the vicinity of San Juan Teotihuocán show how the VIPS of the Teotihuacán Empire lived. Visiting this interesting spot are Marcia Rivkin, Robert Oliver, Elia Vento, Tina de los Santos, Marjorie and Don Hansler.


Página 5

  • Workshoppers Combine Work Woth Play

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Comparing their purchases at the Toluca market are (sitting) Mollie Nelton, (Standing) Ed Scharff, Sue Houghland, Susie Dunnet, Alicia Almeida, Marcia Rivkin, Marge Hansler and Irene Johnson. Sarapes, petates, a straw horse and a basket are all shown.
  • Foto 2: Detroiters Bessie Elaine Demetral, Edith Haywood and young daughter Kenyetta, and Lillian Winifred Demetral, on the putting green at the Churubusco Golf Club. A typical Mexican Sombrero tops the caddie house.
  • Foto 3: The Temple to Quetzacóatl, at San Juan Teotihuacán, shows the Plumed Serpents which are a representation of the ancient God of the Wind.
  • Foto 4: Snapped at the Lerma Waterworks Building are Joan Downes, Bob Oliver, Vera Gurk, Mary Margaret Williams, Fay Fuqua and Ed Scharff, as they admire the underwater murals painted by Diego Rivera, Mexico'a famous muralist.
  • Foto 5: The Man of Tepexpan, whose remains were found in the Plains of Tepexpan, near San Juan Teotihuacán, is considered to be the oldest man known to have lived on the American continent. It is tentatively calculated that he existed between 1200 and 800 B. C.

Página 6

  • Parmeley On Campus For Eighth Summer
  • Magician Carrillo Makes Magic Touch Pay Off
  • Photo By Ted Grayno Soon To GraceAIFT
  • Seay Visits MCC

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Speaking of pictures, this one shows Ted Grayno doing his best to "shoot" his pet cat. Grayno is known around campus as "The man with the camera."
  • Foto 2: Luis "Young Christopher" Carillo, MCC magician, is shown demonstrating one of the tricks he will soon perform on TV. Mary Ellen Smith, lost winter quarter student is his lovely assistant.

Página 7

  • Campus Snoop Hears Sobbing Seniors Relate Future Plans
  • Ortega, Tynan Declare Banns
  • W. Forbes Has Work Printed
  • Successful Carnival May Become Annual Affair
  • Israelite Girl Recalls East

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: To pop the ballonwithout stepping on your partner's toes was the object of this dance at the recent Kermesse de Verano.
  • Foto 2: Twenty-one year old Esther Boyle is shown relaxing on campus. The brown-eyed girl grew up in the mid-east.

Página 8

  • Sport-Minded Dottie Spears Prof Hubby
  • Collegian Has Rough Lesson
  • Netmen Pitch Into Action In October
  • Flyboy McPheeters Jam Sessions, Teaches Boy Scouts How To Swim
  • Bowlers Bite Dust As Leads Lengthen

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Woman of action Dorothy Banks terrorizes table tenn is set as recreation from bringing up three children and MCC instructor husband.
  • Foto 2: Boy scouts in reserve are Robert Allen McPheeters' ace-in-the-hole in case the government service sours.
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