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 14.

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

jueves 31 de julio, 1958

Página 1

  • Public Relations Director Attends National Conference In California
  • Williams Attempts To Break World Records
  • Directory Ready For Publication
  • Two More Trips Remain For Worksshop Members
  • Deans List Honor Goes To Sixty-Nine
  • Committee Gives Rules For Grade Of 'Incomplete'

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: On the steps of the Ciudadela at the temple of Quetzalcóatl in San Juan Teotihuacán, members of the Latin American Workshop hear an explanation of these famous ruins by John Paddack, co-counselor of the MCC Anthropology Department. In the background can be seen the Pyramid to the Sun.
  • Foto 2: In the plane he will fly solo in an attempt to break two world records George Williams, MCC business administration major and member of Delta Sigma Pi, grins as he contemplates his 22,820 mile trip.
  • Foto 3: Honor pin worn by Richard Humbert is being admired by Ed Tynan (extreme right). Other outstanding students who also made the Dean's Honor List are (left to right) Robert Allan McPheeters and Raymond Ball.

Página 2

  • Have Men Ever Been Truly Equal?
  • Mexican Politics Advance; Satire Lauded
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Propaganda Barrage Breeds Conformists
  • Open Letter To Student Body

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The street without doors

Página 3

  • Posner, Harmer Set To End Roundtable
  • Delta Sigma Pi Sponsors Banquet For Pledges
  • 'New Blood' Explores Placement Center Boost
  • Class For Bilingual Facuity Continues
  • Galería To Exhibit MCC Students
  • Unit To Steer Student AFFairs
  • Local Students Hike MCC Total By 100

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Among the more prominent guests at the Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity pledge dinner was Joe Piccolo, District Director for Mexico who is also a member of the local American Embassy staff. Piccolo is shown regaling his fraternity brothers with stories of his days as a member of the Georgetown chapter. Lic. Alfredo Ramos, faculty member of the local Delta Mu chapter, seated across from the speaker appears to doubt the authenticity of some of the stories.
  • Foto 2: Studying at home this summer is a group of about 100 MCC students who are residents of Mexico City. Some of them are in Mexico between terms at U. S. colleges, and others are here to graduate. From left to right in the picture are (standing) Bill Trevino and Fred Colin. Seated from left to right are, Maria Elisa Kruttschnitt, Pat Sheridan and Colette Lindner.
  • Foto 3: Touring the Campus are two members of the Rockefeller Foundation. From left to right are Dr. Edwin Wellhausen, chief of the Rockefeller Mission in Mexico; Fred Lauerman, Alumni Director; Dr. Dean Rush, Head of the Rockefeller Foundation; and Dr. John Elmendorf, vice-president of the college.

Página 4

  • College Gypsies Roam To Ancient Maya Land
  • Travel By Car,Train, Bus, Boat, Plane

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Aboard the "jungle express," MCCer Ron Grennes traces the 27-hour journey that took him and his traveling companions through the hinter lands of the Yucatan peninsula.
  • Foto 2: What appears to be the start of a shipboard brawl actually is a friendly discussion among three MCC "gringos" and four crew members of a Cuban fishing schooner, anchored in the harbor of Isla Mujeres in the Caribbean Sea. Anita Iorio, Steve Swingle, and Judy Harrison are shown with the crew.
  • Foto 3: Leading the "salty crew" up the rigging of a Cuban ship is Steve Swingle. His shipmotes are Anito Iorio, Judy Harrison, and Tim Lemucchi.

Página 5

  • College Gypsies Roam To Ancient Maya Land
  • Travel By Car,Train, Bus, Boat, Plane

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "You ought to see the one that got away,'' scream Tim Lemucchi and Ron Grennes as they wrestle a giant cawama sea turtle. Four other MCCers enjoyed similar thrills during their stay in the Caribbean.
  • Foto 2: Casa de las monjas is the thousand-year old site that Steve Swingle photographs during a stop at Uxmal, Yucatan.
  • Foto 3: Looking as if they had lost their ship on the rocks, are Anita Iorio, Ron Grennes, Steve Swingle, Judy Harrison, and Ed Tynan. The students were only sightseeing in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, when they came upon the sunken Yessel.
  • Foto 4: In the center of the dense jungles of Yucatan lie the Maya ruins af Chichén Itzá. The student-vagabonds explored the main sites of the ancient civilization.

Página 6

  • Library Group Picks Scholarship Winners
  • Drama Director Posner Searching For New Talent
  • LAES Examines Bacardi Factory
  • Collegians Sent To Local Businessmen
  • Yugen Means As The Book Nothing, Proves
  • Fellowships For Grads Presently Being Granted

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Tending to the bussiness of books, (left) and Don W. Der, who are here under a Ronald DeWool summer scholarship, help a co-ed client.
  • Foto 2: Getting the poop from newly elected president of the Press Club, Ted Grayno, are Don Renton, secretary treasurer; and Joe LaCascia, vice-president. Grayno's first order to his associates was to get rid of their soup strainers but according to lost reports, Renton was holding out for better terms, although has recently sacrificed his lip adornment.

Página 7

  • MCCer Bacli From Year In Germany
  • Student From Philippines Isles Gives Impression Of U. S. A.
  • Nahuatl Book Goes On Sale At Book Store
  • 'Purple People Eater' Vies For Place In Pit
  • Ex-Librarian Awarded Post In Venezuela

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Antonio Araneta wears the national dress of the Philippines. It is mode of golden piña fiber and may be worn both formally and informally.
  • Foto 2: On leave from his studies in Berlin, James Mendelson vocations in Malaga, Spain.

Página 8

  • Three Teams Tangle In Wild Alley Scrap
  • Sandlotters Forfeit Chance For Victory
  • Long Hot Summer Takes Varsity Toll
  • Past, Pins, Poetry Please Glib Glenn
  • Lack Of Interest Cramps Athletics
  • Alleymen Set As Two-timers
  • Students Hop To Tour Plan
  • Batters Spot Season Start

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Poised to roll is Vago ace Glenn Beaudry, consistent leadman who scatters pins and shatters scores in intramural and varsity bowling.
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