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 5.

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

jueves 29 de enero, 1959

Página 1

  • New Club Aims To Bring Local Artists Together
  • Salesmanship Course Makes Campus Debut
  • MCC Press Club OFFers Cash Prize In Contest
  • New Blood Mixes With Old As Elections On Campus End
  • Winter Enrollment Goes Over 900 Mark
  • WQIM Students Arrive on Campus for Study, Travel
  • Israeli Legation Member Speaks

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: New class presidents discuss future plans alter the recent election on campus. Shown from left to right are Douglas Mann, James Wolf, Andy Esquivel and Dean Price, presidents of the freshman, sophomore, junior and senior classes respectively.
  • Foto 2: The political battle over, class officers meet on the bench in front of the post office to originate ideas for this year 's student government. Seated, left to right, are Bob Chappell, senior vicepresident; Pat Sheridan, junior secretary-treasurer; Kathleen Newiome, sophomore secretary-tresurer; Raymond Nosari, senior secretariy-treasurer; and Ken Postert sophomore vice president. Standing are Dick Torres, junior vice-president; and George Blackwell, freshman vice-president.

Página 2

  • Question Of Cafeteria System Should Be Met With Maturity
  • Segregation Discussion Dominates SCONA Meet
  • Education Gives True Meaning of Life
  • Presenting Mexico
  • Need For Endowment Stressed
  • Letters To Editor

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Market day in Toluca

Página 3

  • Shute Made Honorary Member Of Delta Sig
  • Alumni Magazine To Be Published Four Times Yearly
  • Dean Davis Gives Graduation Talk
  • Wachter Visits Tribe OF Disappearing Seri Indians
  • El Trabajo del Doctor Atl Perdura
  • Lack Of Capital Funds Causes Delay In MCC Accreditation

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Newly elected student council members for the 1959 academic year shown above from left to right are: Bob Chappell, treasurer; Andy Esquivel, president; Pat Sheridan, corresponding secretary; Dean Price, vice-president.

Página 4

  • Winter Students Find "Place in Sun"
  • "No Tragedy, This" Say Newcomers

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "A picture of mel" was the cert WQIMers steppins off the busses is photographer Pease went into action. Only the driver seemed dubious. In the picture (left to right) Ronny Rocco of Canton, Ohio Vikcy Lou Ress of Stubenville, Ohio; Join Hirschfield of Cleveland; and Arnold Shifman of Canton.
  • Foto 2: Three Kent State students concentrate on coffee and doughnuts after the trip. Left to right are Gayle Willits of Jamestrown, N.Y.; Jackie Hurr of Akron, Ohio; and Sandra Ripley of New Philadelphia, Ohio. The expressions on their faces come from tired girl, not old doughnut.
  • Foto 3: Whet the well-drened collegiate weirs got left behind in brolcendown bus, but few luclcy students had their with them. Maureen Boudreau of Cleveland end Jean Yet of Columbus (foreground) are caught .

Página 5

  • Winter Students Find "Place in Sun"
  • "No Tragedy, This" Say Newcomers

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: But room 35 is all the way across the campus from room 36," misht well be the plaint of these three newcomers. Jeanine Hendricks of Cleveland and Jeanette Solsky and Marcia Bronson of Alcron, set advice from fraternity members Ralph Meyers and Raymond Nosari kountins clockwise.
  • Foto 2: Early and eager for the first day of classes at MCC, a group of students boards the bus for the scenic trip to campus. Staffer Pease had the camera on hand to catch them 'bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.'
  • Foto 3: "And then you fill this form out, over and over and over ... ", and six more WQIMers are resistered for classes. Clockwise around the table are Arleen Freeman of Columbus, Jon Oversard from Michisan State, Jill Adelman of Canton, Arlene Cohen, Lawrence Brown and Judy Klein, all of Toledo.

Página 6

  • Million Dollar Baby Finds MCC Fabulous
  • Students Take Potshots At Tourists Who Put Compatriots In Bad Light
  • Fulbright Fellowship Awarded To Meier
  • Elledge Highlights Salmon Expedition

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "The million dollar baby", movie gueen Nancy Carroll, finds Spanish at MCC and Mexico much to her liking.
  • Foto 2: A scene from the Fall Quarter production of John Pearson's music-drama The Shawl shows p· Shrady, The Boy, in the foreground while The Woman In Black Freida Hochstein hovers over cad'e.rre Bob Stricklan (left) and Wayne lewis. The. world-production also' featured Nance and John Davis. Others members of the cast included Michael Sheil Sharla Fogli Rodney J, Fernando Cueller, Jose Cadena, and Ronald Walpole. Arnold Belkig designed the set and Ronaldow pole was stage manager for the director, Richard Posner. The original music was composed by the author.
  • Foto 3: George Elledge

Página 7

  • Director Of MCC Foreign Trade Gives Joh Advice
  • Need For Endowment
  • Lack Of Capital
  • Prize -Winning Poet Scorns Shock, Gimmick Verse Style
  • Education Gives...

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: "Contemporary American poetry is finally breaking away from sophisticated obscurity", says William Beyer, who has published considerable verse.

Página 8

  • Diplomats Maneuver Title In Casablanca
  • Aztecas Spot Lead, Return For Big Win
  • Netters Face Man Sh.ortage
  • School Pin Clubs Take Easy Wins
  • Californian Claims Road To Movie Fame Does Not Await'Glamorous Job' Holders
  • Cagemen Treli North With Victory Spirit
  • No New Intra Play

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Alley mighters, Mexico City College varsity bowling team, set sights on title as league competition begins. Kneeling left to right are Richard Torres Ralph Yopp, Don Clayton; standing left to right are Slark Penn, Jene Bardwell, and Saul Ruiz. The club won their opening game 3-1.
  • Foto 2: Dry docked yacht master Pete Wray Bartling poses beside model of Porsche Carrera which he used to race. A surfboard enthusiast in addition to other two sports, Ray is a sportsman on land and sea.
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