Universidad de las Américas Puebla

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

Vol. 12, No 10.

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

jueves 4 de junio, 1959

Página 1

  • Ambassador To Present Morse To Graduates
  • Two Profs Invited To Conference
  • Dr. Stafford Awarded Doctor OF Laws Degree
  • Library Names New Scholarships
  • School Thespians Will Stage Comedy In Theatre Today
  • Fifty-Two Candidates Scheduled For Degrees
  • Gold Key Honors Outstanding Grad

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: June candidates for the degree of Master of Arts are (left to right) Frances Brand, Donald Schultz, Gene Suhl, Ernest Cobb, and Salvador Ruiz.
  • Foto 2: Dogs line up for pre-reveille wash (front row, left to right) Ronald Walpole, a 17-year old English pointer; Sandra Rice, a French poodle; and Ben Travis, on English bulldog. In back are Don Lent a soldier who becomes a Great Dane; Richard Posner, director; and Don Osmolok, who, as Sgt. Whitey, administers a both to Bull Dog Ben. Admission to the play, which goes on the MCC stage today and tomorrow, is free. The curtain rises a 1 :00 p. m. today. Tomorrow's function starts at 12:00 noon.

Página 2

  • Science Alone Can't Solve Over-Population Problem
  • College Approaches Twentieth Year
  • Search For Pussy Cat Brings Shock
  • Presenting Mexico
  • MCC Faculty Members Publish In Issue Of Texas Quarterly

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: The Village Corbler - Some time ago the man who is now the village cobbler had been close to death of a liver ailment, and he was also the village drunkard. He Was too ill to work out in the fields and had no way of providing for his family. But, after he learned to make and repair shoes, he came to life.

Página 3

  • Ex-Student Publishes Anthropology Book
  • Collegian Given Top Honors In National Collegiate Press Rating
  • MCC Board Of Trustees President Returns From Seminar In Illinois
  • Shields Publishes Magazine Article

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Taking one of the close to 20,000 photogrophs he his mode of Indian artifacts in Mexico, is Frederick Peterson, who his just finished writing a book on the Indian cultures in Mexico.
  • Foto 2: During the recent art exhibit held by the Art Center the prize winners ore caught by the Collegiun camera. In the back row (left to right) MCC Art Department head Marle Wachter Robert Churchill honorable mention in graphics; Wayne Lewis, third prize in pointing.
  • Foto 2: Not resting on their laurels, the Collegian staffers continue working to keep up the high standards that recently wn the paper its I0th straight AlI-American award. From left to right are John Revett, Garno Christian, Paul Moamaw and Jim Woodard. Also shown is Sandra Johnson Dotshkovsky, former managing editor of the paper and a recent campus visitor, who is now editor of a magazine in Dallas.

Página 4

  • Graduation Bringd Remembrace Of Things Past

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: With Paul Estason in the lead, James Pechowlys, Max Connor, John Nowak, Lawrence Nowok, and Davy Mingo go down the stairs for a last look around the anthropology lab.
  • Foto 2: Warm sun filtering through the high windows of the Writing Center will always be remembered by Richard Gaillard, Wiley Henry Smallwood, and Mary Burnett.
  • Foto 3: ..."The mornings when we stepped hopefully into the post office..." From left to right: Dran Woods, Barbara Bertolott, Bob Hambleton, Rino Checchin, and Robert Bruce Macdonald.
  • Foto 4: Gerald Maloney, Mario Dominguez, Darlene Gibson, and Jose Eugenio Castro wonder about final grades and what the future will bring, at a favorite table in the cafeteria.
  • Foto 5: Margaret Anne Gilmore, Joseph Sparma, Fred Graze, and Donald Followay leave the engineering building which they czn remember seeing in Its skeleton form.

Página 5

  • Graduation Bringd Remembrace Of Things Past

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Jeff Lafontaine Garno L. Christian, and Bill Newman spend on afternoon in the Press Room heiping to put the Collegian to bed for the lost time.
  • Foto 2: Artists Navarro Gibson and Normon Bradley discuss paintings in the Art Center... In what galleries will their own work be hanging in the years to come...?
  • Foto 3: The Student Center, chess game, and Sra. Gaos will be thought of often in the future by (seated) Charles Seibold, Donald Porath, Ruth Buetow, and (standing) Henry Younge
  • Foto 4: The lawn below the terrace is a quiet spot to talk about old times for William Gowen and Don Arneson (standing); Kathleen Kelly and David Soblin Keeted

Página 6

  • Bret Harte Descendant Lured By Psychology
  • Talking Iguana Concludes Beatniks Just As Square As Sugar Cubes
  • Dante Translator Has Praise For Italians
  • Former Prof Gives Job Requirements
  • Mother Of Ex-Student Translates Book

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Great grand-daughter of the author of "Outcasts of Poker Flat" and equally famous stories, Kristen Bret- Horte plans a career in social psychology.
  • Foto 2: Dr. Enrique Rivas

Página 7

  • Elmendorfs Travel To Land Of Ancient Tribe
  • College Approaches
  • Licenciado lsraelita Com para Ejido, Miri
  • Deans Cite Changes In '59-60' Catalog
  • Grads Land Airline Jobs

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: Outside his hut stands the chief of a village of Lacandon Indians. The Lacandons never cut their hair and both men and women wear homespun sack-like garments. They are some of the most primitive Indians in Mexico. Dr. and Mrs. John V. Elmendorf visited their village in the jungles of Chiapas a few weeks ago.
  • Foto 2: At the Village of Lacondan in the state of Chiapas a native woman bends over the stove in the corner of her hat. Under the pot she is burning mahogany.

Página 8

  • First For Seven Is Role Of Hot Piojos
  • Double Trouble For Netmen Opponents
  • Joe Runs, Hits, Hurls Victory
  • Volleyball New Target For Former Football Star Schultz
  • Ping Pong To Cop Spotlight
  • 'Ace' Aces Top Score In Bowling Season

Pies de Foto

  • Foto 1: With no current intramural basketball season to occupy idle hands and feet, these Mexico City College students bounce the ball around in preparation for next quarter's tourney. The spring quarter sport went the way of many on campus here that hove met the fate of seasonal showers which have curbed the schedule and dampened the interests of the student body.
  • Foto 2: Poised for a beanball is big Don Schultz who once made the grade with the Chicago White Sox. L. A. Studies major Schultz, who has spent time in the capitals of the world is soon off for a job in gay Quito, Ecuador.
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