Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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Colecciones Digitales Periódicos Universitarios

Mexico City Collegian “The American College South Of The Border”

Vol. 12, No 2.

jueves 13 de noviembre, 1958

Página 1

  • Sixty-one Students Make Dean's List
  • Rodgers Returns From Conference
  • Elmendorf On Club Committee
  • World Traveler Shows Colored Three Dimensional Slides Today
  • College Newspaper Awarded Ninth Consecutive All American Rating

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Brainy and handsome are these Dean's List students. Hugo Kunoff, seated above at left is an old hand at handling textbooks and is on the list for the fifth time. Leo Niehorster is on for the third time; Rachelle Duber Foster, lower left, is a first-timer; and Patsy Sheridon has made the academic honor twice.
  • Foto 2: World-traveler, Milton Reynolds, will appear to lecture today on the For East. He accompanies his talks with his unique three-dimensional slides which he has shown throughout the United States.
  • Foto 3: Hats off! Busy at work in the pressroom of the Collegian, award winning staff members pre shown in their "naturol habitat." From left to right are Garno Christian, Don Renton, Bob Stout, James Woodard and Paul Moamaw

Página 2

  • ManNeeds To Look Within Himself
  • Articles Focus Attention On Football Abuses
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Griping May Wreck Valuable Partnership

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Sidewalk scribes known as "Evangelistas" (the name has no religious connotation) sidewalk scribes have been playing their trade all over Mexico for uncounted years. the desired document in beautiful copperplate script. they might even add some delicately drawn birds and flowers, if the contents of the epistle were of a romantic nature.

Página 3

  • Woodard Represents MCC At Scona IV
  • Three American High Coeds in Tuition Scholarships
  • Four Members Added To Board Of Trustees
  • U. S. Ambassador Hill Gives Talk To International Relations Club
  • Hispanic Circle Plans Meeting
  • Gallery To Open, Show Student Work

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: These three smiling scholers are the best contradiction we've seen to date of the of the old saying that "it pays to be ignorant." All are American High School Scholarship winners attending MCC this quarter. Left to right pre: Dorothy Hammond, Carmen Hellinger, and Linda Tempest.
  • Foto 2: James Woodard
  • Foto 3: Ambassador Robert Chill shows that he can give an audience a good laugh in the midst of a serious talk. The Ambassodor recently addressed the members and guests of the MCC International Relations Club at the home of Dr. Paul V. Murray. Listening to Mr. Hill pre, left to right: Dr. Frank B. Savage, Mrs. Hill, Emma Reo and Robert Anderson.

Página 4

  • Wanerers See Lands Of Mayas
  • Explore Yucatan, British Honduras

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: A touch of the Old World in the New. Belize, British Honduras, lives on European imports and sends its Dutch-like fishing boots out to the cays that go swinging down the Caribbean an the world's second longest caral reef.
  • Foto 2: At Orangewalk, British Honduras, this ferry helps maintain the road link between Belize and Chetumal, Quintana Roo Territory, Mexico.
  • Foto 3: Campeche on the sea. Thatched roofs under the sun-slanting palm leaves line the street leading the quay.
  • Foto 4: The Governor's House at Uxmal's sun drenched ruins has thick walls covered with intricate sculptures of human heads, animals, and intercommunicating tracery.

Página 5

  • Wanerers See Lands Of Mayas
  • Explore Yucatan, British Honduras

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Tropical sunrise over the Bay of Campeche–The rain clouds scattter before the sun; fishermen ready their boats for the long seas' sail.
  • Foto 2: The weekly Guatemalan mail boot out of Belize plies her Caribbean trade to Puerto Barrios, Guatemala and Puerto Cortés, Honduras. Take your own canned food, bread and cheese, if you want to survive the boot's fare.
  • Foto 3: The art of Maya construction is shown in the stone work of the "observatory' , where the ancient Indians surveyed the heavens to make a science of astronomy and calender time.
  • Foto 4: The Maya's "New Empire" observatory at the Yucatan ruins of Chichén ltzá (1000 A. D. to 1441 A. D.) has been little altered by the centuries, for time brings few changes in the unpeopled peninsular forests where the climate is 10 begin.

Página 6

  • Dr. Shields Comments On College Changes
  • Sleuthing Abandoned To Follow Learning
  • Reporter Digs Up Barranca Question, Dispels Freeway Construction Rumors
  • 'Great Man' Theme Treated In Far-From-Great Book
  • Donated Books Always Needed

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Dr. James Shields
  • Foto 2: Now looking for clues among the books of MCC's library instead of along window-sills, James is fining this experience somewhat more educotional, If not as exciting, as his former occupation.

Página 7

  • Motorcycle Fall Goes Speeding To Alaska
  • Articles Focus Attention...
  • Scotch Lass Relates Tales Of European Adventures
  • Prospective MCCer

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Bearded and smiling, Eric Simms is shown at the completion of his 12,000 mile Mexico-Alaska trek.
  • Foto 2: Ruth Sim

Página 8

  • 'Picking Up Experience'
  • Track Man Revett Treks To Mexico As Journalism Major
  • Stickmen Slide Into Third Place Position
  • Ravens, kings Sport Top Bowling Honors

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Hands up as oil reach for the bounding ball in recent intramural play. Left to right are Joe Leavitt, James Wolf, Ruben Robles, and Joe Ficarra. First week play saw Champs and Piojitos victorious.
  • Foto 2: John Revett
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